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"porsche" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | Last week

"porsche" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Porsche the Austrian automotive engineer, Ferdinand Porsche debuted his first design that the world's fair in Paris in 1900, the electric vehicle set several Austrian land speed records reaching more than 35 MPH earning Internet. National acclaim for the young engineer this week in 1966, the Supreme Court hands down its decision of Miranda, the Arizona establishing the principle that all criminal suspects must be advised of their rights before interrogation. Now considered standard police procedure. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law, etcetera, etcetera. You've heard it so many times on television and film that it's become almost cliche set this week in 1982 E T. The Extraterrestrial is released in theaters. It was Steven Spielberg's ninth film, nominated in nine categories of 1983 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best director. The film won four Oscars for best sound effects, editing, best visual effects, best original score and Best sounds. And this week in 1987 and one of his most famous Cold War speeches, President Ronald Reagan challenges Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall, a symbol of the repressive communist era in a divide Germany Two years later on November 9th 1989 joyful East and west Germans did break down the infamous barrier between East and West Berlin. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart radio. And even the most Mhm Mhm and went to work the first place Why Ladies and gentlemen, we take pride in presenting small left off just minutes ago. Just a few more words here I left off. Speaking about Democratic House of Representatives member Henry Clay layer of Texas. Calling out his fellow Democrats calling out the Biden administration to do more to secure the southern.

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What energy are you creating from?

The Next Level Life Podcast

04:09 min | 3 months ago

What energy are you creating from?

"So what are you doing. you'll business. I guarantee that you're creating in some way shape or form using your creative juices to whether it's creating content with its creating punk kaas whether it's creating programs. What ever is that. You use your energy to create. I want to ask you. What energy creating from are you creating from an energy of i should all i have to. Or what have a choice. I'm just going to have to do it this way. Right when we create from that energy and you can feel it in your body to live icon people. That i don't wanna have to like i feel like it's out of my my choice and we are literally creating from this crash. Push push energy and it's not conducive with positive vibration. That's going to support the growth of your business. Ideally what we wanna do is actually start creating from a pool energy so where we feel cold to share. We'll are inspired to share something or create. something we feel motivated just because we're excited by it right. We joyful all we feel excited. By the circumstances the outcome of what it's going to create right the results. We want to create from a place of where driven to create change or driven to create a certain outcome. Or maybe it's purposeful. All the other energy i love creating which is still a pool ellen. Energy is service of wanting to educate and serve from the truly place of just willing to give and from that energy. That's where all the positive bods happen. That's where all the amazing things that happened where you would track what you want into your world. It's from that pool in the jade rather than porsche. So how do we get into pull energy. Best push energy will firstly. If we're stocking push energy we want to reframe what we're telling us cells so if we're using fake things like should or have to. We want to reframe that too. I get to actually choose this. Because if you're in your business than is absolutely your choice not forced to do it. And if that seems to be a consistent pattern in your business in absolutely reevaluating what it is that you're doing because you if you're not if it's bring you joy if you're not feeling fulfilled then you're doing it wrong right like why did you get into this business place. I guarantee you. It wasn't just have another job and feel like you had to your shoe way so really questioned that full sole but how do we get out of the push energy. Want to shift night. We want to change physiology. Get up from your desk. Move around put on some high bob music or another really great way to get into cool engine. When you stuck in push is to focus on getting yourself inspired first before you take the action before you create because again if we're in that place of should literally creating from off. What am i gonna write today. What am i going to put in this. Is it even going to really make an impact like really low revive energy so we want to work on vibration fast lift out energy get into a better state and then start to feel colder inspired to to share and inspire right like we're actually coming from a whole different energy and people can feel that people feel in parts they feel in your episodes they feel in your program like if it feels like it was hard for you to create the my feel that hot energy receiving it. I am such a high vibe. Believe i in the energetics of everything and people would feel on the other side so really if it doesn't resonate with people and you're not getting the feedback. It's working then. You must likeliest because you created an push energy so she vibration reframe the fact that you actually get to your choosing to and then change what you wanna create because if you don't even spy but nobody else is going to be inspired by it if you're not feel purposeful if you feel cold like driven to actually do it then don't do it right find something else that's going to be much more inspiring that really drives you to share because of its that that's what it's going to land not anything else.

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Did Bill Gates Seriously Short TSLA Stock

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:37 min | 4 months ago

Did Bill Gates Seriously Short TSLA Stock

"Robbed our here and today we're going to be talking about bill gates response to on musk's claims the oregon podcast a couple of weeks. Back that get heard. That bill gates had been shorting stock. We've also got some news on the broader electric vehicle automotive market an interesting response from yvonne on an article from the washington post. And of course. We've gotta talk about tesla stock. It's about wild couple of days. We had the interview yesterday with alex rotter so we didn't get a chance to talk about it. But of course yesterday. Tuesday february twenty. Third tesla dropped to a low of six hundred nineteen dollars per share. That was down more than thirteen percent from the prior. Close then of course. We saw us swift recovery in the market. And from tesla tesla finishing down just two percent yesterday on the biggest volume day that we've seen in over a month and a half with sixty six million shares trading hands yesterday. So i talked about on monday and we briefly talked about yesterday in the interview as well. A lot of this is tied to expectation on interest rates. So yesterday fed chairman. Jerome powell made comments to congress. Indicating the current monetary policy is expected to continue for some time as economic uncertainty remains so not to get too deep into that. We've talked about that. Of course in the past but as far as tussles yesterday certainly was not isolated to tesla. Those sort of concerns were broadly extended to high growth. Stocks tussle obviously falls in that category. And i think the volatility there serves as a nice quarterly reminder that you have to be very very careful with stop losses on a volatile stock like tussle as for today tesla continue to rebound finishing up six point two percent to seven hundred and forty dollars two cents. That compared to the nasdaq up one percent. All right so i up today. I want to continue a conversation that we began a couple of weeks back after yvonne. Musk went on joe. Rogan's podcast for the third time and said that he had heard from people he believes would know that bill gates had shorted tesla. Yvonne brought that up in response to a question from joe rogan on the tesla semi citing that bill gates in a blog. Post a few months back had said that eighteen wheel electric semi is probably would never work so allen's claim here understand. We drawing a lot of attention not the first time something like this has happened between musk and gates last year. He did by his first electric vehicle. The porsche ticon. Which at the time. Maybe it wasn't so clear why he didn't by ordering vehicle up until that point. Well now we might have a better answer for that. But he talked about the decision in an interview with marquez brownlee and it seemed to be a relatively tepid endorsement of electric vehicles gatesville right up ranging anxiety as a problem and elon. Musk responded to that interview. Not necessarily gives purchase of tycoon but those comments in general by saying that quote my conversations with gates have been underwhelming to be honest and so that catches us up to today and then we have launched claiming that he heard gates which tesla now in the last week. We've had both cnbc and bloomberg asked gates directly about that claim. I think gates tone is important these responses so i will play the actual clip. The i wanna hear from andrew. Ross sorkin cnbc asking gates so so you're not sure tesla's stock were clear. Yeah i'm not. I don't talk about my investment. But i think he should be very proud of what he's done. Okay so technically there. He did say yeah. I'm not but it sounded like he was more starting a sentence of saying yeah. I'm not going to talk about my investments not yet. I'm not sure tesla because he interrupts himself and says i don't want to talk about my investments so to me. That's a no comment. Rather than a denial. What's interesting here is his reason saying he doesn't wanna talk about his investments but in the exact same interview. He talks about his investments multiple times. He says quote when i invested in impossible foods or beyond me or quantum scape. I was doing that just to help their own climate. Now it looks like those three will be very successful companies. And so i'll have more money to put into the tough areas a climate like cement and steel and quote. Okay so he says he doesn't want to talk about his investments but then he in response to another question talks about his investments in impossible foods beyond me quantum scape and then how does investments are doing and that i'll have more money to then go on an invest in other stuff. I mean how much more could you talk about your investments. And he uses the first person tense. You're saying i invested. He's asked about bitcoin and he says quote. I don't own bitcoin. I'm not short bitcoin. So i've taken a neutral view and quote so for bitcoin. Perfectly fine to say i'm not short bitcoin. Same question for tesla. oh. I don't want to talk about my investments that we just spent a bunch of time talking about. If you're not going to answer the question at least come up with a better non answer. That doesn't immediately contradict yourself. He has to have known that he'll be asked about that and yet seems completely content guard answer so that was last week if there was any doubt left after that because he did start off. By saying yeah. I'm not before interrupting himself as we said. Here's gates on bloomberg yesterday so we had five days to think about this answering the same question from emily. Chang yuan has in the past claimed you shorted tesla and i wonder if there's any truth to that Well you know i think. Test us on amazed seen company I wish you know own. Been more on the long side. But i it's it's great And you know i have. Lots of relatives won't tassels Helped by for them. So you know nothing. But positive thoughts about tesla role. Okay so if the answer to the cnbc question was a bit of a flood. There was a clear opportunity to just say. Hey i'm not sure. Tesla was jor tesla and again gates passes and he sure doesn't look comfortable to me answering the question. Belief is that it looks pretty clear. That bill gates was short. Tesla who knows if he's still is it'd be surprised but come on. How are you going to be all about climate change and then short the one company that's doing more than any other company on earth to combat it. If you don't think it's a good investment you think it's overvalued you can just not invest in it. No one has any problem with that but too short it push the stock price down. Make it more difficult for tesla to raise capital. That's something else entirely.

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3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021

The $100 MBA Show

03:49 min | 4 months ago

3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021

"The branding is thrown around a lot and business and melinda people really fully comprehend it. You know what something you need to have an order but you're not really sure how it ties into your business your marketing your sales. This is common so on a simplify things and then share with you. The five things you can do this year to strengthen your brand branding simply what other people say about your business. How do people describe. Your business is your brand. For example nike is known for being motivational youthful. Go-getter all these things kind of mesh with the brand of nike. That's the message. He put out there the kind of product and business they run. It's also a very casual type of brand versus louis vitton. That's not a casual brand. That is not a motivational brand a luxury brand. It's not for everyone. In fact another luxury brand porsche had a very famous and the billboards on this magazine ads. That stated their brand in the simple sentence not something for everyone everything to someone again making it exclusive. so how can you form that message that branding. Well it's actually quite simple. There are three things you can just write down in a document right now. This is a great exercise to really solidify. What your business is. all about your branding. The first thing is what is your. Usps your unique selling proposition in one sentence. How is your business your product. Your service unique in stands out from the competition. One of the most famous ones domino's pizza. They had this For a very long time in the eighties and nineties. It's not their current one. But you could see what i mean. It was fresh delicious pizza in thirty minutes or less so in one sentence. I know exactly domino's is all about. It's about fresh pizza. The tastes good the delivered to my door quickly at the time. The competition didn't do delivery or their delivery was really slow. Quality varied that kind of stuff. So you need to write down your usb number two. How do you serve your customers. Howdy deliver your products or services. What experience do they have describe it. And then lastly and you can flip two and three if you wanted to. Who are your customers. Describe your target market people that you serve in as much detail as you can by having these three pieces of information you have a good understanding of the brand that you want to build these are the things you say about your company so in order for them to say that you have to practice what you preach. You have to put that out there. So how do we do that. Well these are the five tips. I want to give you tip number one. You're usp this has to be at the top of your homepage. This has been your headline. This has really be the first thing anybody sees so they understand why they should go with you. You don't have much time when somebody hits her website. They wanna know quickly. Why the stick around. Why should consider you. And if you can't grab them and hold their attention with your first communication. Which is the headline the headline. That's on the top of the page. Then they're just gonna leave and you're gonna lose them forever so tip number one very easy change the headline on your homepage to your usb. I know this sounds really simple. But i guarantee you many of you if you look at your website right now you don't have that remember. You wanna make your usb. Your headline is very very easy to understand. It's simple remember. We always say a confused mind. Never buys you don't want to confuse him. With a long winded sentence with commas and semi colons and hyphens. No keep it short if you have to take a breath say the sentence. It's tool

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Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"

Short Wave

10:06 min | 6 months ago

Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"

"Jeff. i have a lot of questions about antimatter. But can you just start with regular mater. What is that. Yeah so a refresher for who don't remember regular matters abroad category for everything. So you're matter i'm matter. The studios matter the microphones. Yeah i get it matter and we matter. It's a nice thought. Yeah and as matter were all made of atoms. So you're bunch of adamson the shape of an emily corn. And i'm tabatha the shape of a jeff brumfield now for antimatter. I'm actually going to let another jeffrey. Who knows a lot more. Physics denied to answer this one. His name is jeffrey hengst. And he's a researcher at our house university in denmark. And to i. I think of it as kind of an evil twin of the stuff that makes up our everyday world intriguing. Go on it is it is. It's just this kind of opposite matter. It's like this muir to everything that's around us so antimatter. It's here right now yet. I mean it's a little more complicated than that but anti matters real stuff and it exists in our universe and actually before anyone ever even detected it. They predicted it because math. The equations of physics demanded in fact it was discovered that way by coming up with an equation that predicted his existence. Nobody was really looking for it. And i am not going to attempt to describe the fundamental equations of physics on this podcast. Because i don't really understand them But hank says the closest analogy. He's got for us mortals to think about. Is this math problem. What's the square root of four two very but there's a second solution negative to allocate right because negative negative to is four so the way you just went straight to two. That's exactly kind of what happened in physics like there were these equations and there was a positive set of solutions for particles and negative said and everyone was like the negative set. What does that even mean. That's nonsense but it turned out there. Worthies negative particles. They did exist in. They're called antimatter. Oh okay so there's this theoretical idea of antimatter kicking around for awhile. Which kind of explains what it is. But what is it exactly. Here's the thing it really is like opposite matter. Protons remember protons. Yeah their positively charged subatomic particles. They are anti. Protons are negatively charged electrons their negatively charged and their anti particles are positively charged. This is kind of amazing. It is kind of amazing. And here's the best part. It actually lives up to the sci-fi analogy so just go with your sifi brain and i get it emily. You're more of like colin firth. Pride and prejudice bbc. You know no shame in it. There isn't there isn't i've seen it probably more times than you have in my life. But what do you think happens when matter and antimatter Get together when they actually meet okay. If anti matters the evil twin the fight they do will. They do like in a jane austen novel. They do. Well you're not too far off. I'm going to let the actual experts explain it to you. And i have a tendency to cancel each other out a minute. Where's this under. Certain conditions when to identify articles of matter. Antimatter meet these. Are your experts. Jeff captain kirk and is that leonard nimoy as relationship. Yes total complete absolute annihilation. Spock it is. That's right and you're right. That's star trek season. One episode twenty-seven original track the best track. But here's the thing eveline. It's actually a hundred percent accurate or pretty close so the universe won't end if antimatter and matter meat. But the two particles do disappear in a flash of light. The anti-matter can't exist in the presence of matter. The science fiction stuff comes in these things really do annihilate each other if you get together okay. So i've covered a lot of physics over the years and this is pretty much the only case where the sci-fi and the reality match although i will say annihilation is actually a lot less sexy in real life it's really Just annoying to have to deal with something that you have to make that the universe is trying to destroy and every every every turning point be an antimatter physicist it it is. I mean he's literally been doing this since the ninety s and like he does get a little frustrated. All right you said earlier that antimatter. It's here in this universe but this universe is full of matter and i don't see any antimatter lurking around. So where is it if it's existing theory but it's hard to find in reality. I don't get this you know who else doesn't get it. Every physicist on earth this is one of the fundamental questions the equation say there should be as much antimatter matter but in practice. Antimatter is actually super hard. To find and hank says nobody knows why there aren't any good ideas about this. I mean physicists. Do see little bits of antimatter here. and there. In fact anti electrons for i discovered in cosmic rays coming from deep space way back in the nineteen thirties. And actually i've got another natural source of antimatter right here in the studio emily in this room. Yes ready yes this banana. What are you talking about this real episode. This is an episode about nothing and tomfoolery. Hold the banana to make sure it's real. I'll explain yes okay so obviously. The banana is not anti matter. But here's the thing about bananas. Bananas are full of potassium. Which is really good for you. But there's also a radioactive isotope potassium into banana called potassium forty. This is a naturally occurring. isotope So some porsche. The potassium in the banana is potassium. Forty now here's the thing. Potassium forty when it decays releases an electron but very very very very rarely it releases an anti electron. So if we just hold this banana and wait for for. How long are we waiting. Okay we'd have to seventy five minutes. We're at ten minute podcast. Geoff just sit here for seventy five minute. What i'm hearing is seven part series on antimatter. Emily kwan and a meditation silence. That's right no so. On average this entire banana will spit out. One anti-electron every seventy five minutes. I think this really makes the point. Well right like antimatter exists. It's not some parallel universe but one tiny anti trump for trillions of banana adams is like even. That's a pretty rare thing to have. Happened and jeffrey wants a lot more than that. That's why he's at this giant particle accelerator cernan switzerland. Okay so tell me what. He's up to their well. Hanks wants lots of anti electrons. And in this is key anti protons. Hey so it turns out the anti electrons are kind of easy. You can find other radioactive sources Besides bananas that can make a lot more of them and then the elevator makes anti protons. And here's the thing so you have to very carefully hang us to bring the anti protons in the anti electrons together we call it s- merge it's a smooz merge merge but even after that merge they still end up with a lot of antimatter just disappearing. Thirty million anti protons. That's converted two hundred thousand or so trapped. Anti protons of those will get twenty or thirty that actually make anti hyphen that we can use well. Willow anti-hydrogen is that what i just heard. Jeff what is that. Anti-hydrogen is just one anti electron orbiting one anti protons and it's the antimatter. Equivalent of the lightest element on earth. So that's regular hydrogen willing to go to all this trouble just to get a few atoms of anti-hydrogen but why go through all the trouble you know of making andy hydrogen okay. So here's the thing. He's hoping to get some clues from anti-hydrogen about matter antimatter and the thinking goes like this. Hydrogen is the lightest element in the universe and hydrogen is probably the thing we know best. We've been studying it forever. We really understand it. So by looking very very carefully at anti-hydrogen. He's hoping that they can learn more about what's going on with antimatter. And that's basically what he's doing he's using lasers all kinds of stuff to probe this anti-hydrogen to see how it behaves. Well has shed any light on where the rest of the antimatter is. Not yet not yet. And so far. Anti-hydrogen is behaving exactly as predicted by all those fundamental physics equations. And so far with the places that we've looked and to the precision with which we've looked they're the same and that's kind of a problem because they also say there should be much matters antimatter unless they can find some sort of deviation it may not be possible to figure out you know where the antimatter went. So we don't have any clues but that's okay because he's just

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:05 min | 6 months ago

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap

"Atlanta atlanta. Okay so we have two new faces. Who grace us in this episode. We have looked toya who is a friend of and we have drew sonora. Who has the fast housewife of the season. Well and we have a third person. If you count drew's husband ralph. who is. He is hot but he is also a little too much unpacked there. So i can't wait till we get to that final scene but yes. He is at first glance a very attractive man and we know how we all feel about getting a new hothouse husband. But there's much to do. There are a Twa comes into our lives very an interesting fashion because kenya usually does not warm up to new people. But she's all about the toyota innocent even her friends. Candy's friend right. Her lower third is candy's friend. That kenya stole link is not very common for kenya. Take to a newbie like this. I'm getting crushed vibes and there was a hint of that in the super team for the season where kenya says something about. I've got a crush on her or something along those lines. So we're definitely seeing the beginning of this girl crush that may ultimately become something else. I don't know but it is not characteristic of kenya to be taking to somebody like this right. I kind of hope that marriage has put kenya off so much that she's just like you know what women women now i mean. It wouldn't surprise me also does drew starting the show in a boot make you think of brandy from beverly hills. That is such a great point. I didn't make the connection before. But yes so really. She has the makings of becoming a great housewife late. There's something about the lucky boot and let us not forget. Porsche was in a boot at bravo con. So there's a lot of good luck there. Yes yes yes yes. We found out a lot about drew's marriage. Can we just get to that part. Yeah definitely there's yeah for sure okay. Because drew and her husband. Ralph are living with drew's mom. Yeah we'll technically. She's living with them. Well the mcdan- right. Yes that sounds like a recipe for divorce. That's i don't know how else to say especially in quarantine like it's it's just not setting yourself up for success. Definitely not i mean pastor. Jeanette seems like quite a character. And i also love when we get a new housewife. We get potentially a hot house husband and we got a mom who's going to be a big character and we got that in her. But i feel like quarantine or not. I'd be like after a certain amount of time. Mom you gotta go back home because we got got a situation going on here with my family that needs to be worked on and clearly. There's a lot of work to be done Andrew and ralph's relationship.

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"porsche" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:14 min | 7 months ago

"porsche" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"And not the first time. Customers have been surprised sitting in the car that was a previous shock deporting. That's exactly cayenne people were rending their garments and threatening to jump out of ten storey balconies over this car again. I think it was a shock to a lot of people that torture could make a car. It's five thousand pounds. That has this high center of gravity handle this well and feel like a porsche. You don't hear that conversation very much anymore when for should introduces a new variation. Cayenne client coop or mccown. Gts or something like that. That dialogue is sort of over the fact that porsches making four door cars and crossover suv's porsche people. Do i mean. I went back when all of the pushback was going on over. The kind of went back and looked at some old issues of panorama from nineteen sixty four and there are tons of letters. Were absolutely up in arms with a six cylinder. What do you mean a nine eleven eleven. Six cylinder porsche. What have you done. This is heresy. You're dead to me. We can have an awful lot of fun with those nine eleven ours the first series forces at all that. But what do you think. They're taking that car in the future. What would you like to see from a nine eleven to see it evolve having just been fresh from spending a lotta time in every flavor the latest iteration. That the nine two. It's really hard to say particularly drive. A neutral s. How they're gonna make that. Car appreciably better. Andy warhol used to joke about people doing the quarter mile in negative seconds. How quick can you get a car. Is that really what it's all about. I'm beginning to wonder because honestly things have moved really quickly. Maybe it was ten years ago when breaking the three seconds. Zero to sixty barrier was a huge deal. That was something you did in aviation not an automotive check. That's the analogy going for. It's probably felt a lot. Like the eddie breaking the sound barrier. Didn't forty six. it's out there. Theoretically it can be done but is anybody ever gonna do it. And now that's really commonplace. I think obviously even to the nine eleven in sports cars some form of electrification i think is fate accompli. I mean that's going to happen at some point whether seventy teen morphs into something physically electric whether the nine eleven gets a hybrid drivetrain of some kind. Those are all things that are fair to guess. I don't know if you saw this wild back. We did some playing around with just this sort of speculation and one of the things that we of throw out there was bring back something like the nine fourteen only make it an easy there tons of possibilities porsche has made me not fear the future i love the internal combustion. Engine is much as anyone and i don't think that were really near writing last chapters of the internal combustion story yet. But i've seen what a fully electric car can tune the ticon and we've all watched what the nine nine did in the l. n. p. one classic lama with a hybrid drive drivetrain. And of course the road going nine. Eighteen made a bit of a splash. When at touchdown and shook up yeah exactly so. I don't think there's really anything to fear. I mean that said. We're always gonna be able to get our analog car fix. I don't think that internal combustion cars you're gonna be legislated out of existence outside of really congested city centers. were always going to be able to enjoy. Let me put you on the spot. What's your favorite new porsche. And what's your favorite old porsche. Technically new new but the gt three touring. I adored the no argument from me. Old porsche. seventy three to seven r s or sixty. Seven battle of an are probably. Those are amazing. We had a chance to talk to freeman recently on the show. And of course talking about the original argh rupa. And you're done a lot to promote the efficacy and desirability of those cars whether they're originals or whether they're contemporary hot rods in fact in this october issue. There's a great feature on a hot rod alec and they said oh. Well let's peter in l. a. Bought that car. Incredible the yellow card. It ready well shot so here you've got an old style nine eleven that's equipped with a relatively contemporary engine. And it's kind of the best of both worlds. I am sadly old enough to remember when people were front dating cars. I hate to admit this. But when i bought the seventy two nine eleven s all i wanted to do was make it look like a new medal of career. I put some flares on it. I blacked out. The beautiful bright trim around the windows. Dankali never did this. But i was gonna buy like the kid for the back and do everything that you could to try and make the car. Look like a newer car so really. I think it's really actually kind of amusing. The the backdating craze took hold or people are taking impact bumper cars and making him look like long owed cards and what goes around comes around but boy none of us had ever any notion that these cars would come around the way they did. Maybe four years ago these early nine elevens were absolutely on fire. Couldn't keep on the shelf. I think things have settled down a little bit. Twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen. They really sorta peeked when a really really good early as three hundred thousand dollar car. I mean that seemed a bit excessive when you were looking at cars and the three hundred fifty range. But they've come down a bit even to seven our asses if settled down a little. Bit right now touring. His goodwin might be what six seven hundred thousand dollars. Sir i are still in the nine hundred thousand dollar range. But i mean i've seen driver quality touring four fifty even in the threes for cars with the same needs. They've come down a decent amount since the absolute peak but no. I never would have. When i bought that i seventy two s back in the late eighties. Who would have imagined that. The one thing that i always think about when i bought that car i think around nineteen eighty six. It was it was a fourteen year old car and it had about ninety thousand miles on. It had some rough starting in the door jams. The paint was faded. Dash was cracked. There were a lot of things going on with that car a few years back. I own a ninety nine nine six with about the same number of miles out of the car head. Probably ninety thousand miles on it and i realized that in two thousand seventeen this nine nine six was actually older than my seventy two s was back in the eighties when i owned it and the paint looked like brand new. This nine nine six. The interior barely had any where everything worked perfectly makes you realise as sixty the new forty. It just made me realize that new cars are really pretty good and it's not like old porsches weren't assembled. With as much handmade care is they possibly could have been the bill. Quality was amazing. The panel gaps are fantastic. The paintwork was good. I think it's just the advances in assembly technology and robotics metallurgy paint. And everything else to say. I'm impressed by what they did. Forty some odd years ago. You know. I think what makes porsche so interesting. Nine oh for me as a quote unquote work stiff. Who never got a car given to him. A porsche is an aspirational dream. But it's a dream that can actually be realised cars like ferraris and lamborghinis and clarence. That's rare air is tough to do much more than aspire for a lot of enthusiasts but a porsche especially some of the older ones. Those might be within the grasp of an enthusiast. And i think that's the magic of porsche. The performance build quality. The look the feel the experiences all there and yet the cars are almost within reach of a real working stiff at. I think that's what's made them so incredibly popular with the new cars. We certainly have taken their place with the other aspirational brands. But they've got such a back catalog of cars to choose from ferrari and number guinea which in their best years built a handful of cars. Porsche was building seventeen. Twenty twenty-five thousand cars a year. That's a lot of cars when you look at like a ferrari daytona like that. That's considered to be a fairly common for ferrari in their fifteen hundred of those no idea. What the total production number of the nine forty four was but it's probably wandering eight hundred seventy five. It's a lot of cars. There's a lot to choose from but you're right. I've been a confirmed bottom feeder by whole life. But i managed to sneak in just before the ferrari. Three hundred eight market went kind nutty and enjoyed that for four years and it's a surprisingly good car. That was actually a car that you could own their fifty percent more expensive than they were when bought mine but can still buy three later mondiale. And they're perfectly nice cars. They are not build quality. Wise or shes for is kind of late to galvanize steel. So you do a lot of rest bubble chasing three hundred eight but it's a fun car and it's a car that very much was viewed as a competitor through it in the free twenty nine eleven back in the day so it's kind of neat to have that sort of comparison of spending a lot of time in.

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Invisible marketing  with Jeff Lotman

The Futur

04:51 min | 8 months ago

Invisible marketing with Jeff Lotman

"Great Gun and welcome to the future podcast. Today's guest is the founder and CEO of Brand Licensing Agency global icons. Now, you may be asking yourself what exactly is that? And Russ assured you're not alone as he puts it they operate in an incredibly misunderstood field that no one knows about except we see every day. Remember Flintstones, vitamins. You. Don't think hanna-barbera actually created those do. Yeah totally neither did I. In, this episode he and Chris Talk About the world of invisible marketing pairing brands with products that you wouldn't think necessarily go together. BMW Strollers Porsches Sunglasses. Forever Twenty One and the US Postal Service. It is a super interesting field that I had no idea existed but after hearing about it seems so obvious and brilliant. Please, enjoy our conversation with Jeff Lyman. Okay. So my my audience might be familiar with this idea. It's called a mash up it's when to artists or maybe through a DJ or mixer puts things together two genres that don't belong like rap and country The most famous examples I can think of as an artist whose name is danger mouse he took Jay z's black album and the Beatles white album and put them together and created magic between I. I think if I understand what you do correctly jeff that it's kind of like what you do you take two things that we love and you smash them together and it's just wonderful thing and most. Of US are completely oblivious to this happening you write about this in your book called invisible marketing now do I have this Jeff? No I think that's a really interesting way of looking at it and I've never ended describe like that. But I think you're right. I mean that's exactly what we do. We really put a manufacturer together with the brand usually have someone that wants to create a product and he's trying to break into the market and they're trying to figure out the best way of doing it, and of course, they could call it jeff or they call it Lamborghini including the their name WanNa, compare to my name what goes up dramatically. Okay. So this is fascinating because this is a world that we all kind of are somewhat subconsciously aware but until we learn about what Jeff does, then it becomes very clear what's happening. So Jeff for people who don't know who you are, can you introduce yourself and let let us all know kind of what it is that you do. Short. So my name is Jeff Lottman. I'm the CEO Global Icons, which is a company that I started almost twenty years ago and were a brand licensing agency and we work in a field that is incredibly misunderstood and no one knows about it. It's really crazy when you. When you tell people what you do, you only have to give them an example for them to understand it because otherwise they won't get. It's very frustrating at times apart parts. Well, it's interesting because I have imagined that you probably don't have as much competition because not that many people understand what it is is that true or now? It's also really s could feel there's not really many people that work in the brand licensing company in our world probably are. Ten fifteen agencies is probably no more than four or five or six of any real size. It's a great business i. mean it's been around really got in. Thirty years ago when really hit his stride compared to entertainment licensing like you know, Mickey Mouse on t shirts have been around. Since the early twenties. Right, so I guess a lot of people don't understand is like a company like Disney makes a lot of their money, maybe most of it through merchandising and licensing and building products based on entertainment Ip, and some some reference or some examples that you gave on different podcasts that are heard you talk about, which will help you understand truly what we're talking about is flintstones vitamins. The flintstones hanna-barbera did not make those vitamins the BMW stroller a BMW. BMW. Did Not make that stroller and then one that I can think of I think is Porsche Sunglasses? Maybe they did make it but it's licensing. Right. So it's a licensing, the brand equity that somebody has built up and moving into different product categories right. Exactly. I also called rarified air because let's face it. What is a brand a brand by you buying something and says a lot about how you feel you WanNa feel. So when you're going to buy apple the great, let's face it apple has built a business not about making the best computers but really telling people that when you use their computers, you're more creative you're more clever. You're you're on. Tran-. You're on edge or Microsoft, is always about we're GONNA make the best computers in our numbers in our ram is this and this and Mac never really sold that I mean they talk about benefits but it's really more about what it does for you and how it releases your freedom and because of that people look at it very differently and that's why there's so much passion for apple compared to Microsoft.

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"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 02

The Sportscaster and Her Son

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 02

"They gave Robert Quinn 70 million additives. Okay, the Bears offensive line, we all know needed help so they went on and got Germain ifedi for league minimum. So now now we're not very confused why the Bears all kind is not plain great football game right now, right and it's just even when I when I used to play for the Bears for years people would ask me that question what's wrong with the Bears offensive line and and trying to be a good teammate, I wouldn't say a word but my what I wanted to say, I have you looked at the draft pick since we got here right? Have you have you looked at who we've signed? I remembered 2009 the offensive line was terrible and and I had a conversation with some of the month. We gotta we really need to improve our offense right? We're going to get get color killed here. And so what they did is around the side Julius Peppers, they put another Hall of Famer on a defense of Brian Urlacher and in the club. Discontinue the next year why is your offensive line so bad and I just keep looking at the people would ask the question that they man. I mean, all you have to do is look at draft picks and look at who we sign is free agent and you figure out why we don't play very often decided the line. Yeah, they're buying Toyota's on the offensive line and Porsches on defense. So it's a little it's a little different. Sorry about that chase of go ahead with the exception of the offensive line. Which what other unit on the entire team. Do you think needs improve the most in order for the Bears to validate their their Good Start? You know, what I what I'd like to see an improvement on is David Montgomery just or somebody. I don't know who they'll get artavis Pierce or or Cordarrelle Patterson or so. You know, what I'm getting to is when when all Chris lines does give me your whole you have to hit it right and and here's a problem with David Montgomery, even if you know, I love the way he played he's not going to break two or three tackles and go to the house. So the birth Are missing that kind of player. I'd like to see them improve their with their running game and their offensive line working together. Cuz look at here's the here's the honest truth about the Bears to be honest with you. I'm an expert on it. There's not a lot of talent there and they have to they have to get in a room somewhere and they have to admit that to themselves. So when you don't have to have a lot of talent you you have to be all in by that I mean, you have to contract your details, you have to give maximum effort on every play. You have to be better than the sum of your cock. So when you asked me where they have to approve by position-wise, what they have to do is they have to improve all eleven guys have to be a well-oiled machine artists authors really doesn't have a chance so they have to go in every time thinking this is a gang fight. It's also 11:00 working together to pull this boat on a field do everything right. For example. You cannot on 34 come across the middle and a crossroad like Miller did and then run backwards you can do that. Okay, the offensive line has to be able to recognize run flip pick em up and give their running back or Kris and only way you pick a run place up is you all work together really really? Well. What do you think it's going to take because clearly no matter how many times you win like, you said earlier like all the matters at the end of the day just wait in the Bears have done that so

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Three charged with Bloomingdale armed robbery in Chicago

WGN Showcase

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

Three charged with Bloomingdale armed robbery in Chicago

"With a leg injury to adults are in serious condition Three men from the south side or charged in an armed robbery of a T mobile store in Bloomingdale, prosecutors say Jaran Brewer dealing on Fisher and Felton McKinsey targeted this store Thursday morning. Armed with a handgun and an AR 15. He allegedly demanded phones and tablets from the two employees before driving off in a Porsche SUV. Suspects were arrested when their getaway car was involved in a crash in Chicago. Fisher is a

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Why There's No Shame In Feeling Your Best!

On The Verge

04:45 min | 10 months ago

Why There's No Shame In Feeling Your Best!

"All righty. All righty we are here once again, thank you for joining me my friend. My name is Cara. Bradley bringing to you these early morning messages. These little pokes these prods these. Words of empowerment of inspiration anything that's streaming through me I want to share with you. Because that is how I am wired. I'm just wired to want everyone to feel their best. That's what I want to talk to you quickly about this morning. Feeling our best I think it's it's what's driven me in everything that I've done in my career for my whole life. How do we feel are best because when we do feel are best mentally. And physically. We do everything. Better. Everything clicks into place. There's alignment there's flow, there's ease their creativity there is service, right so we can't give what we don't have. So when we focus on what we have in what we don't have in a good way, I'm talking about a positive way not like I don't have the Porsche right but we can get there. But but when we can focus on truly as I was talking about yesterday, getting down to the studs and really focusing on. What we need to do to feel our best. And we start to take consistent daily action they are. Then everything's going to start to change everything everything. Now, most of us don't take care of ourselves the way we should I am at the top of that list. I've told you I, have dealt with high stress chronic stress adrenal fatigue. It was like a it is like an invisible gas in my life. Until I started taking care of other areas specifically my gut. Health. which led me to then see the stress that I was carrying. So. As we do one thing, we do all things as we fix one area of our lives we become more aware of other things. So for today, I just want to drop this into your consciousness. Where can you feel better? Right. Let's just get down to the nitty gritty here. And List. Not, in a way to make feel bad not to call us any shame but to really take an unemotional and I, think that especially as women we need to get down to that unemotional reality. Where we can just deal with it deal with it in in plain sight. So the common sense pillars of wellness that I talk about I talk about this in our new facebook group called your high definition life. I'd love for you to be a part of it. I'm just curious eating it. This is a work in progress, but the three. Weeks of living in high definition is number one to feel your best. Number to walk your talk. And when that happens, then you can impact the world in the way that you feel call to your unique expression. So today is just feeling your best and I talked about at the last two days starting with the gut. So the common sense pillars of wellness are one. Stress Reduction too. Good Quality Nutrition. Three Exercise Four Quality Sleep five being in nature and addressing your gut health. So I'm going to say those one more time, write them down if you can. And just start to look at each one of these areas of your life and I'm GonNa talk about them more in the coming weeks going to intertwine them throughout these messages. But what I what I encourage you to do is to really really look at. These areas of your wellness and like I said without the shame. But with an intelligent curiosity, how can I do better? What do I? Where do I need more information? Where do I need support? And then go do that because your health. Is the most important thing. For everything in your life for living that high-definition life.

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Biden, in Kenosha, hails fight for racial progress

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Biden, in Kenosha, hails fight for racial progress

"Joe Biden says the nation is primed for an awakening after the police shootings of black Americans in Kenosha Wisconsin which is still reeling after protests over Jacob lake shooting Biden said the country is finally getting ready for change this is not who we are Biden says he spoke on the phone with Blake who is hospitalized at the met with his family later telling a community meeting he wants to find the common ground contrasting his visit with that of president trump who was in Kenosha two days ago and did not mention Blake by then heard from activists Porsche Bennett says black people have been shown for years they just don't matter I see it I live it Biden says he'll fight for change certain things worth losing over and this is something worth losing or craft or documents Sager mag ani Washington

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The Greatest Barn Finds of All Time

Past Gas

05:50 min | 10 months ago

The Greatest Barn Finds of All Time

"Barn fines. The long lost cars with a built in mystery, we're addicted to these lost and found time capsules partly because of the story they tell about the past but also of how they feel in the president like something that time traveled into. Now with decades old potential waiting to be tapped and to be clear, these cars don't need to be found in a barn. Okay. Today are barn finds come from parking garages and Australian chicken coop and even buried underground some because. What's the rarest car ever found? What's the most valuable and how did these automotive treasures get lost in the first place? A normal person loses their car keys once in a while. But who is the person that can lose an entire car? especially one like a prototype shelby Mustang or a LAMBORGHINI MIRA s here's a hint. They're usually very rich people. We'll also get into Wi Carr fans continue to love these barn fines. Maybe an age where literally all the information in the world sits in our pocket. The idea of hidden treasure is more precious than ever before and with so many cars feeling blander and more mass produced than ever unique cars feel rare than ever to a barn find always has its own one of a kind story behind it. So I think that's a really good point I would say that like barn finds potentially like. Don't exist in the way that they used to because to me a barn find. Also. Suggest some sort of like. Deal or like you. You know what? I. Mean Like it's like, Oh, I found this car. Then I bought it for this much money whereas like now the person. Can just google it like I know I I make a living everyone in this makes a living talking about cars on the Internet, but the Internet is ruined cars everything is valuable now. Yeah. It tennis sucks I. Think it hasn't ruined the joy of driving or getting to experience like new things in that way, but I see what you're saying whereas. A lot of things are described value immediately, which I I really hate God on bring a trailer this week there is some Honda accord from the mid seventies that sold for like twenty one thousand dollars and I was like that car it's not worth that amount of money just because it's A condition four thousand dollars to a huge Honda accord. But because like there's such a hype around like Oh man this is like in this such and such condition with this miles and it's There's only so many of them like that's when money kind of ruins it in that culture of like wanting to have. A car that valuable I don't know the same thing happened though like fifteen years ago with barn find particularly mopus because those cars Warner's common back in the day. So when people found like Barracuda or Challenger sitting somewhere in a barn there like a meal like discards worth a million dollars no rusty piece of. and. It's only worth a million dollars if it was original parts matching everything. But because you found some shell behind your uncle's place, it doesn't mean Jack it's. Clearly. Look I'm a I'm a bitter Mo- par, Guy. It's been the the the. Been in completely over inflated, which is why I had to buy an imperial instead of like a real muscle car. Of. This attitude that everything has to be some crazy valuable car for to be cool which is not true. Your car is really cool knowing don't feel bad about but Joe, I know I don't know any sometimes Nolan's car. No one's cars parked at my house sometimes I go and sit in it I I. I'm glad. It's fun. It's like I said Mitt I think like when the Sun's going down. Unlike man, this thing is going to be cool when it runs, we'll be it's it's I ordered a bunch of brake parts which have arrived James outs There might be some more boxes on the way, but I'm GONNA refresh the brake system, and after that, the big hurdle becomes getting the car to run and that's when I can find out what else needs to be fixed. So. is it are you converting from drum brakes disc? No, it's. It's got drum brakes around. So I ordered a bunch of drum brake. Specific stuff like. Brake shoes and wheel cylinders. Brake lines return springs all this stuff I also live on the top of a gigantic hill. It's to be a real trial by fire situation. We're going to go around your little neighborhood there first before we do anything drastic. This is like a seventeen thousand pound rockets. Zooming down. Well, we know that we know the break works. So let's get right into. Finally. With what might be the OG OF BARN FINES? All right. This car probably has the record for the longest time hidden away it spent. Okay. You guys ready for this. One hundred and twelve years sitting in a shed in Austria before being uncovered in two thousand fourteen. Wow. The car I'm talking about is the Porsche p one also known as the Edgar Lunar Electric Vehicle, and even calling a car might be a bit of a stretch, Armstrong whatever you WanNa call though what's not up for debate is that the P. One is the world's first ever Porsche designed by then twenty three year old Ferdinand Porsche Ferdinand even employees the nineteenth century version of a watermark actually hand carving P. One into every individual component of the car. So like you mentioned, this is parts numbers matching Baoji are all original equipment the

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Amy and Tavis Guild  How to make large portrait photography sales from auctions

PhotoBiz Xposed

05:42 min | 11 months ago

Amy and Tavis Guild How to make large portrait photography sales from auctions

"I mean Tabas Welcome. Thanks for having us. Hello. Look there I the name of your town Roy Euchema. It's Yakima. So we have a lot of Indian native American names here. So we China and. Yakima we know. We know it's okay. We'll look talking about the the living in the you work from. Can you give us an idea of the population and the clients that you'll servicing? Yes. So calculation here is I guess our county is around two hundred thousand or so. But really like our city is around one, hundred thousand. So we're a farm town. So we produced seventy percent of the world tops, and so if you drink a beer, the odds that we grew here in Yakima are incredibly high and we also produce a large or should have the apples, peaches, cherries hairs were the fruit Bolsa. We're surrounded by farms and you come out here is that way you'll clients coming from from that family and community? Yeah. A lot of the farm owners, and of course, you know that's going to spur on other business in the area and so yeah, like our clientele. So our suit is a good pair of jeans. In the Collared Button. Up, shirts. If. You get fancy you can tuck your shirt in. If you WANNA, get really fancy you can just add like a blue blazer and anything beyond that is the super formal event that only happens once a year. And as obviously you guys both working the business do you have totally separate roles or overlap quite a bit? Yeah I would say we have pretty separate roles. Well, it all started when we started photographing weddings together and actually be very had kids. We've been married for twelve years before we had kids we did everything together. We sat side by side on our computers and photograph together did it all together but now with the kids, it's like I'm on duty in the office and I do a lot of the correspondence, the photo editing, the marketing things like that tavist as most of the photographing and all of the in person sales after and going to the clients home and inside the wall art so. Nowadays we actually do way more by ourselves the we do together but. is to be altogether your are you both actually shooting still? and. Then you both go out to weddings together would go to the same family portal's Tavistock one and I mean, you take another It just depends like this past Saturday, we had two separate events. So I went to one and tavist went to another with a an associate char and then family sessions he'll just go himself or take Khloe, our associate, and then every once in a while I'll get a babysitter and we'll both do the same wedding. It's really the kids that have changed the way the business runs yet, which is normal for every couple. Yeah, it's season and once they're grown and and shifting into the gears, they're going to be doing in life. I'm sure will spring back and. More together. Show and did I get that raw in the charter that it started with the wedding photography business and then you move into portraiture It did and you know the interesting thing is this we actually started as A. Company, and so it was back. When if you said, you did HD video it was like a marketing thing like it was like Oh you do hd like it was kind of like you offer the digital. Gets US important as that, and so we started with that and then quickly found every client wanted photography and we're like, okay, it's the same. We're doing all the manual settings on the video. Let's get into the tire free still world up, and so we quickly went full till photography and then soon thereafter drop the video side of things just because the workflow was difficult for our team size and we're like, Hey, let's just focus more on the photography inside and kind of fell into our laps that we even did. Weddings in the first place because we are both in college at the time and I was studying to be a teacher and I thought well in the summer like photographs a few weddings and then Soviet teacher year round. But by the end of our college career, we were doing late twenty five to fifty weddings a year twenty five was our first year and then fifty or next like, okay. Let's switch gears. Let's just do this full-time. So it was never like our lifelong plan to be wedding photographers it just kinda happened. But it's been a lot of fun. So then why the transition into portraiture. Well you know it's so interesting because for those of you that are wedding photographers out there, you'll know exactly what I'm about to say is is when you're at these events, it's kind of a commercial for yourself as an artist as a porsche artist because you're photographing families in in after that couple that you photograph, they then begin to start a family. So the longer you're in the industry. It really has a natural velopment to all of these people that you're just kind of their household photographer. You're a part of the family and your role is the artist right and we just start at the wedding side, and then as they begin to have kids and stuff like that, we do the newborn and then the family stuff, and then of course, you begin to be known for that also. Of course photographs, people, you didn't do their wedding, but ultimately, we've always kind of done family photography alongside weddings. More focused on weddings. But just recently, we decided to create a brand around that in a really helps with clear marketing messaging and all that stuff and being able to run promotions and not have it be conflicting with our you know bride and grooms, and you know the marketing pumping out for the wedding size thing. So that's why we split the brains. We didn't necessarily just start doing that we just made it super clear that we do that.

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Volkswagen replaces Herbert Diess as CEO of the VW brand

America's First News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Volkswagen replaces Herbert Diess as CEO of the VW brand

"And Volkswagen says its CEO is giving up managing the company's core brand in order to concentrate more on the group as a whole Herbert dices images been tarnished by the company's diesel emissions scandal the change will give that days who's been pushing at the German automaker had with the shift towards zero emission vehicles and a new more environmentally friendly image of more time to focus on the overall brand which includes Audi Porsche and

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"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

"Affordable luxury car so buying a new one outright isn't quite there yet but you know I guess it kind of fits. What everybody plan is what everybody's budget is? But that was his recommendation. You've seen the we've talked about the new Porsche. The nine two a you know we talked about the new Porsche. Turbo S which Again Alison chance to drive. He's got a couple of videos on Edmunds in regards to that. We saw the new nine. Elevens I think year ago at L. A. Auto Show and there's been some interesting portion news one of my favorite cars. The nine eleven body styles is the TARGA. And we've had the nine eleven we've had the ASS. We have the two wheel drive in the four wheel drive the all wheel drive the forest and the turbo s and on the new platform and now they just released the targa and it is fantastic. It is gorgeous and they're doing the same ideas they did as the previous generation. Targa it has the power soft top in the Middle. And if you really look at that car the one of the reasons why. Looks Beautiful. Not just the you know the blade that goes across the separate the roof bar. Yeah the target bar on the previous one day where they were like a brushed silver right like brushed aluminum stain. Almost yeah and then the GTS came default with the Black Tar bar by when you build a GTS on the configuration on their website. You could you can opt to go back to to the brush. Stainless look if you wanted to. But they just try to differentiate the GTS between the two by default by changing the different colors But the rear glass is beautiful piece of glass that starts off the side quarter windows and and Ben's into a rear glass in into one piece so your rear visibility in that car is better than the normal cars and it looks fantastic. And it's nice to see that they're continuing with that. Also you can get those with a manual transmission like the normal nine elevens and the fours so I like the idea of that now my my favorite car and the previous lineup was the porsche nine. Eleven GTS four Targa and you can get it with a manual transmission the GTS gave it the centre lock wheels like on the turbo ass. And and but you can get it with a seven speed manual what you can't get in the turbo and the terrible ass And it has the Nice. Gts bits the Alka Tara. You know there's a lot of standard options that come with the GTS kind of make it bang for the buck. And you're somewhere like I know. Sixty or seventy thousand dollars less than the turbo money right and so I always thought that would be a really really cool car to have so. This new target is gorgeous. There is like I said the the standard nine eleven and the ass but there isn't a gts there isn't a GTS in the current lineup yet. Point I'd like to see a GTS at some point but it's it's nice now that the one thing that does is it does have a tendency in my opinion to suffer from some color combinations. I there's a guy down the street from me in my neighborhood that has all black was black. Targa bar and it's the configuration that you were talking about. Is that long domain name. It yet but it looks spectacular but then I was down in Newport and I saw one and I can't remember what color was it was an odd color like a blue or something and it just didn't it was like to talk about almost stuck out too much with the silver and I know a eastern zone right but I think sometimes Less is more and that all black look so wicked when I see him coming down the hill. Yeah it's tough to notice that if the block has the black bar like on the GTS. Yeah it's tough to tell its target. You're just looking at it going. Hey this not eleven looks good. I like the rear glass. I like the shape of it. And it's got little black to pay for a soft top which is which is addressing but from a distance. You wouldn't even know that it was was a targa opened up and it looks good at the thing is is a big wheels centre lock wheels. Everything looks yeah so that is the GTS. That's nice. That's a nice one. That's he's probably spent one hundred and sixty thousand on that one that configured. But it's not. It's not turbo money. Which is two hundred plus down? They keep going up in price. So all the Porsche's now. We talked about have turbo engines but the naming convention is we have whatever nine eleven we have an ass we have the GTS. We have a TURBO TURBO S. That's that's now. Just sort of the upscale diversion the more powerful version but they all have turbo on it and of course we talked about this as well but the Thai can take in tight taken. Isn't it ticon tight? Ticon RHYMES WITH ICON corner. Okay icon. That's a just a pure vehicle as you guys know but there was a turbo ass and then that are in the four ass or whatever the base model is that our current did you malls. I believe are four ass at a terrible ass but obviously no turbo on the just. That's just the name now right. It's sort of like saying it's a m five instead of five series or am versus versus the non mg versions of the car so They've all got the turbo power on it now. But what's interesting is new rules coming into place. These are emissions rules coming into place in Europe all the E U Rules and these are kind of wacky right. So they're saying we're GONNA put a limit on how much power and engine can make per leader right so if you went with a three liter twin turbo making good power four hundred and fifty horsepower in in your in your vehicle. Great Little Sports car package smaller engine lighter weight more efficient well the EU is saying. Oh no no. We don't want you to make that much power you'd have to make a bigger engine to make more power and like why this is stupid. Why would you do that? We can make smaller more efficient engines. And their argument is is they think they're gonNA force car companies to move towards hybrid and electric drive trains right by saying. Oh we're going to force you to not make an efficient gas engine so us more electric drive train. But that doesn't work for some companies that are specialty sports car companies like Porsche. Does I think they saw? I don't know something about ninety. Five hundred nine eleven year. It's not it's very profitable for them and it's an important part of the brand but they they sell a lot of SUV's they're going to sell a bunch of the electric cars so whereas the current Porsche has a great packaging of a small turbocharged engine with a lot of power the next version of the nine eleven and twenty twenty six will have to step up to a larger engine. They'RE GONNA have to go back to something like a four leader engine because to make the horsepower that they wanna make without any sort of hybrid drive. Train increase everything they. The government forcing them to go in. The Opposite Direction is seems weird. Right. I'M GONNA make a prognostication here too though Matt. I believe that code has changed everything and I think as long as that's not too far down the road at this point we might see changes just like la who said we couldn't have plastic bags at the grocery stores. I mean that was neto but now we got plastic bags. They're encouraging a jake. We're seeing a lot of these things. People that wanted mass transit now. They want to go to individual cars. Because it's safer I think. And what getting out is that? I think the e you will recognize that there's been such an economic you know weight on the shoulders of all the manufacturers that they might start hauling back on a little bit that yeah so a company like Porsche can afford to make this change their profitable operation over there. I believe they are. I don't see why they wouldn't be But but yeah for this rule to apply to a lot of other car companies it. It's it's tough you've got imagine. They've got people up on the hill. Whatever their hill is lobbying going. I don't know we we want to do this We should come up with a better plan. And they're they could. There's a compromise they can say. Hey we'll still meet the EU like fleet MPG standards and and and whatnot and we'll still do it cleaner and we'll still invest in hybrids and EVT's but we want to make small more efficient engines for our sports cars right. The guy from Porsche said that the catalytic converters on these larger engines twenty twenty six. Because we haven't even gotten there yet. He said they're gonNA have to be so huge. It's like it's to like what the that Cadillac Is going to be expected to do? Is going to be way beyond what we're doing now and by car getting pretty clean right like Oh yeah you go into a parking garage and your new car sitting there running idling you've you don't notice. Some guy runs through the sprints through there with a leaf blower a gas edge leaf flower. And you're going to be choking to death right that has got to be spewing far more emissions than any other car on the road. And He Kerr made in the last two decades it's gotta be way cleaner than than than any leaf blower out. They're not always size. You can't let me converter but the way I mean those things are heavy. Yeah so they're going to have to do some adjusting there because you know they. The wait is such a factor on everything speaking of weight. I want to talk about this big giant. Bmw X. Seven the largest SUV with the world's largest kidney grille out there before we do that another reminder from our friends at at Dutch so I guess dealers opening which is fantastic so visit your local dodge dealer or.

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Remember this Apple Car? Porsche’s early race replica up for sale at $500K

Geek News Central

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Remember this Apple Car? Porsche’s early race replica up for sale at $500K

"You've got Four hundred ninety nine thousand dollars laying around. You can have a replica apple themed race car. It's the original apple sponsored Porsche and had a brief racing career in one thousand nine hundred eighty S. So if you've got If you're an apple fan Four hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars it's available someone's going to buy it. Some silicon valley person nerds out on apple stuff. We'll have this in their garage. A no doubt is it street. Legal let me see here so nineteen. It's a replica of a nineteen seventy-nine Porsche. Nine three five key three and The version listen on sale on two point Dupont. Registry is not the original car O which is owned by Adam Corolla and worth in the ten million range according to the two thousand sixteen profile of its brief racing career Apple. Co-founder Steve Jobs was a fan. The idea of re company doing race car so a eating at the history on this save you wanted. But that's interesting I do remember Adam Corolla owning the original but That was Kinda the back in the cobwebs of my brain somewhere.

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AA: The Early Years

Big Book Podcast

09:01 min | 1 year ago

AA: The Early Years

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since nineteen eight day at a time in this double story episode the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Stories from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine the seventeenth stories entitled the. Fearful one and the eighteenth is entitled. Truth freed me. These two short stories appeared only in the first edition of the big book. So this may be the first time you hear them both stories paint an extraordinary picture of a in the first few years after bill. W and Dr. Bob. Met well before the big book was written. They recount the critical role of early. A A members who carried the message of recovery to still suffering alcoholics who wanted to get sober and now the original story the fearful one followed immediately by truth freed me the fearful one. When I was twenty one I was taken suddenly. And violently ill and was ill for seven years. As a result of this illness I was left with a porsche nervous system. And a curious phobia as this has a large place in my story. I will try to explain it clearly. After I had been ill for some months I grew strong enough to GET OUT OF DOORS. A little each day but found. I couldn't get farther than the nearest corner. Without becoming totally panic stricken. As soon as I turned back home the panic would vanish. I gradually overcame this particular phase of the trouble by setting myself longer distances to walk each day similarly. I LEARNED LATER TO TAKE SHORT STREETCAR. Rides than longer ones and so forth until I appeared to be doing most of the things other people do daily but the things I did not have to do each day or at least frequently remained unconquered and a source of great but secret embarrassment to me so I went on for years planning always to sidestep the things. I was afraid of but concealing my fear from everyone. Those years of illness were not all total invalid ISM. I made a good living part of the time but was continually falling down and having to get up and start over again. The whole process gave me a licht feeling especially when toward the end of my twenties I had to give up the presidency of a small company which was just turning the corner to real success shortly after this I was successfully operated on and became a physically well man but the surgeon did not remove the phobia that remained with me during the period of my illness. I was not especially interested in liquor. I was not a teetotaler but I was just a social drinker. However when I was about thirty my mother died I went to pieces as I had become very dependent on my parents through my illness when I began to get on my feet again I discovered that whisky was a fine pain. Relief from terrific nervous headaches I had developed long after the headaches were gone however I kept discovering other difficulties for which Whiskey was a grand cure during the ensuing. Ten years I once by sheer willpower remained drive for five weeks. I had many business opportunities during those ten years which although I tried to keep them in. My grasp slipped through my fingers a lovely wife came and went. She tried her best. And our baby's birth put me on my medal for all of six months but after that worse and more of it when my wife took the baby and left. Did I square my shoulders? And go to work to prove to her and to the world that I was a man I did not. I stayed drunk for a solid month. The next two years were simply drawn out process of less and less work and more and more liquor. They ended eventually at the home of a very dear friend whose family were out of town. I had been politely but firmly kicked out of the house where I had been boarding and although I seem to be able to find money to buy drinks with. I couldn't find enough to pay advance room rent anywhere one night. Sure my number was up. I chucked my pride and told this friend a good deal of my situation. He was a man of considerable means and he might have done what many men would have done in such a case. He might've handed me fifty dollars and said that I ought to pull myself together and make a new start. I have thank God more than once that that was just what he did not do instead. He took me out bought me three more drinks. Put me to bed and yanked me. Bodley out of town. The next noon to city two hundred miles away and into the arms of one of the most extraordinary bunch of men in the United States here while in the hospital men with clear is and happy faces came to see me and told me the story of their lives. Some of them were hard to believe. But it didn't take a lot of brain work to see. They had something I could use and it was so simple. The sum and substance of it seemed to be that if I would turn to God. It was very probable that he could do a better job with my life than I had. When I got out of the hospital I was invited to stay in the home of one of these fellows. Here I found myself suddenly and uncontrollably seized with the old panic I was in a strange house in a strange city and fear gripped me. I shut myself in my room. I couldn't sit down. I couldn't stand up. I couldn't lie down. Couldn't Lee because I had nowhere to go and no money to take me any attempt at reasoning accomplish nothing suddenly in this Mellstrom. I grasped at a Straw. Maybe God would help me. Just maybe mind you. I was willing to give him a chance but with considerable doubt. I got down on my knees. Something I hadn't done in thirty years. I asked him if he would let me hand over. All these fears and panic to him. I lay down on the bed and went to sleep like a baby an hour later. I awoke to a new world. I could scarcely credit my senses but that terrible phobia which had wrecked my life for eighteen years was gone utterly gone and in its place was a power and fearlessness which is a bit hard to get accustomed to all that happened nearly six months ago in those six months. A new life has opened before me. It isn't that I have been cured of an ordinarily incurable disease. I have found joy in living. That has nothing to do with money or material success. I know that incomparable happiness. That comes from helping some other fellows get straightened out. Don't get me wrong. We are not a bunch of angels. None of us has any notion of becoming such but we know that we can never go completely back to the old ways because we are traveling upward through service to others and in trying to be honest decent and loving toward the world instead of slipping and sliding around in a life of drinking cheating lying and doing what we like truth freed me in. May Nineteen Thirty. Six after a prolonged period of alcoholism. My friends my associates my superiors and those people who really loved me in spite of embarrassments. Too many to mention finally left me because they had come to the conclusion that I didn't have any idea of doing or trying to do the right thing I was a spineless individual who didn't care a rap for anyone or anything I was hopeless and knew it and then in my extremity the divine comforter truth came to me in a bar room where I had spent the major portion of six weeks the divine comforter in my experience came in the guise of a former drinking companion whom I had assisted home on several occasions because of physical infirmities brought about by alcoholic excess. He had been unable to walk a distance of three blocks to his home unassisted. When I last saw him now he approached me and to my amazement he was sober and appeared greatly improved in physical condition. He induced me to take a ride with him. And as we rode along. Told me of the marvellous thing that had come into his life. He had more than a practical idea of my difficulties. He also had a logical and practical idea as to how they might be overcome.

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Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting

Arizona's Morning News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting

"A domestic violence call turns deadly for the Phoenix police department that's our top story and Jerry foster is in for Jamie west nine eight twenty three thousand eight hundred thirty six north forty of drive thru officer down Charlie ten Charlie ten yeah that initial call of a deadly officer involved shooting in north Phoenix courtesy of broadcastify a long time Phoenix police department veteran shot and killed last night during a domestic dispute two other officers were also wounded but expected to survive KTA ours Jim cross joins us live near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak in north Phoenix with the latest gem yeah Germany thirty one years on the force commander Greg Carmichael shot and killed in a home after responding to roommates and a fight to other officer's name was not released yet both female were also shot taken to the hospital they're expected to recover of a suspect a twenty two year old man was shot and killed by police Phoenix police sergeant Mercedes Porsche and spoke about the fallen officer conical just months away from retirement

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Breaking up with Mom

Unladylike

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Breaking up with Mom

"So kristen when I was prepping for this episode. Two big things surprised me okay. What's that okay? Thing number one breaking up with a parent is actually pretty common. Like the stats aren't airtight. But at least in the US and the UK an estimated ten to twenty percent of folks experience some kind of family estrangement and thing too well because of how common it is. I was expecting there to be a ton of research on. Who What where? When why it happens you know like cutting ties with your parents especially your mom is so ripe for research at touches on psychology mental health trauma but practically no one has studied it partly because it just goes so unspoken yet you know estrangement sounds like such a formal term but it's not a legal designation like emancipation but because it revolves around adult parent child relationships. It's kind of tough to track. You know because once we're grown ASS adults Technically these are voluntary relationships. Yeah and I mean one thing. Harriet although emphasizes is how estrangement encompasses a whole spectrum of situations geographical distance emotional distancing or completely calling it quits which is what focusing on today. Could you give us an example of sort of that line between just standard parent child conflict? That's GonNa Happen. And actual like boundary crossing problems that tend to lead to estrangement. Yeah that's a that's a good question I can speak to it from my experience but also having interviewed fifty or sixty other people who have been through estrangement. The stories are often very detail sometimes are different but the the basic pattern of the story is often the same and that is that there is some fundamental lack of ability to trust in the relationship. You know and whether that comes from way way back in the relationship or whether it's something that Sort of enters it. I mean most of the time. There's something that's really wrong. There's something that's really been wrong for a long time And so you know in a sort of non estranged quote ordinary family. Of course there's going to be conflicts and of course there's GonNa be problems but you have the ability to get past them because there is this fundamental trust and Sort of mutual understanding that you know we might disagree but I have your best interests in mind and I know you have mine in families that have estrangement that seems to be missing. There's not that sense of like unconditional love trust So often there's just this sense of like it's not just one thing that you did. It's everything that has gone into our relationship is it's the pattern of things you know It's this sense that you're always saying things that are meant to cut me down. You are always do violating my whatever privacy my boundaries whatever in very very often there's substance abuse or mental health issues involved Or alcoholism those have been features in a lot of the stories. I've heard too so what are some estrangement myths? That need busting in your mind. Ooh There are a lot of them. one of the most pervasive myths. Is this idea that kids today. They're spoiled. They get mad because mom and dad didn't give them a Porsche for their high school graduation or they didn't like something that one parent did one day and so they walk off in a huff and it's a tragedy and everybody suffers In other words this idea that people walk away from their families in a very casual way and that is not just just not true what the research suggests and what my own experience suggests is that walking away from. Your family is so complicated. And it goes against so many social norms and a- prohibitions. That it really takes a lot to make people do that and so it might look like there's one incident that make people walk away but in fact there's always you know a lot a lot a lot of things that have happened and gone on over a long period of time. So that's one and then I guess the other big myth to my mind. Is this idea that family estrangement is always a bad thing that it's always something that we should be trying to fix for some people. Walking away from family is not just a good idea. It's a survival

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15 Years to a SaaS Exit (Plus Why Forecasting is Crucial)

Startups For the Rest of Us

06:54 min | 1 year ago

15 Years to a SaaS Exit (Plus Why Forecasting is Crucial)

"Matt wincing. Thanks so much for joining on the show again. Hey thanks for having me on again absolutely man so I talked in the intro about you. Growing risk pulse finding CEO. And selling it and I always ask people who've had these life changing exits. What was it like when you looked at your bank balance? You hit refresh and you see all those Zeros for the first time in your life. Yeah I think I think for me. It was a huge relief. Just because just the sheer number of years that I put into it. It was not a hey. Let's let's bet the summer on this. You know it was. It wasn't quite bet the farm. I didn't go that far like if it hadn't happened. Things would have been okay but you know I was very invested in. It adds it was. It was a huge relief to see that. Definitely as you said life life changing and you know obviously life improving but really just that peace of mind. You know that you don't have for sometimes very long startups indeed. It was a really long journey for you. Right it was was it fifteen years. Yeah I had the idea in two thousand and four side Yeah I. I went from idea. No four drawing little notes on posted on my lunch hour while on break is a software developer thinking. Hey you know steps one through four of starting startup. Let's do this fifteen years later. Congratulations man did you. I know all the listeners are thinking. Did you buy anything? Did you buy a Porsche to buy a house? I yes I did. I did a couple things. We've been postponing a great ski vacation. For a long time it happened in December. And guess what if it was time so it took the kids? Something I've been wanting to do for years was take the kids out of vacation. So we we last minute booked all. That didn't worry as much as you normally would about the last minute rates and went up to Whistler Canada and had had a great time with family invited family to come join us so that was great and I did have a you know inherited a car for my parents few years ago just because they didn't need it anymore and I was like okay. You know an extra commuter cars always helpful especially when it's paid off and was able to get rid of that and get a new vehicle show great very nice. You know. It's funny because when I was there's a podcast called the tropical NBA and Danny and talk about Entrepreneur Mobiles. And it's basically that she pieces that you drive while you're trying to build your company because they're not actually making much money so I drove a salvage title. Two thousand six Buick rendezvous at one point had a bunch of duct tape on the mirror got hit and I so I drove that up until a year after I sold trip. I like that car totally and and then the next car. It's a nice car. It's a Volvo. It's the nicest car I've ever owned. In fact it's I still bought it us though I could not. I couldn't bring myself to buy a new car but yeah that's funny I we. We had the two thousand five Toyota Sienna minivan which we put two hundred and fifteen thousand miles on as as a family and we replaced that with a you know a modest functional SUV. But then I had inherited a car for my parents that was An oath four and it worked. It was fine. It was it was exactly what you described. It was paid off and worked and got me from place to place but I tried it and I did get an off lease vehicles because again I wanNA to pay the depreciation but it's a lot more fun to drive once a scrappy founder always scrappy founder. That's Yup it's hard to change it so I wanna I wanNA ask you about a couple of things. One thing that you did. That was super interesting. Risk Pulse is build the SAS apt multiple seven figures. And then you replace yourself with a CEO and you moved on to start summit. Which will you know? We'll talk about towards the end of the interview that it's very. I say it's unusual. Most people don't go through that experience most people aren't able to find a CEO. It's not even on the radar of a lot of people. What was that process like? And why like why did you? Why did you take that step? Yeah it was. It was a process and I think it was the deciding that he was going to be. Ceo was definitely last step in a mental journey. That started with you know. We need a experienced enterprise sales executive to join the team and I had a recommendation from a board member which is a great example of how board members can be value. Add is helping you find top talents. And in this case he knew him professionally. They'd worked together before and you know with somebody that had significant experience building companies from the few million in revenue to the next phase so kind of the ten employees two hundred employees face which is a great fit for where we were and so. I I initially hired him to be chief strategy officer which is a fancy way of saying not quite sure what your title is going to be but I know that you have a lot of experience and we want to just get you involved in the first things. He did was really focused on sales and overhaul in the sales process is an enterprise. Sales processing had more even though I had more experience in the business of course. Because I've been doing it for years. He brought in that outside experience and revamped. Our sales process professionalized. It and that was kind of the word. It was really going through in professionalising each function in the in the company and after sales it was marketing and customer. Success and Finn OPS and kind of all down the list and then lastly would just kind of got to the point where you know. It wasn't that I didn't want to manage him. It was more you know what's in it for me. Like why? Why do I want to hold onto? Because it was clear that point that he could be. Ceo and that. I didn't need to be so it was kind of an either or and without any forcing from the board. I mean this was completely my idea. I said I'd never intended to run this company forever. That's not my that was not my identity and I think that's that was like the key decoupling that was already true in my mind and heart was like who. I am is not the CEO. Repulse it's the founder of response. Maybe a little bit more but you know the CEO to me was always a always a title. That could be changed at some point tonight. I always intended to change it at some point so it just became a natural transition to say. He's that person now announced to the board. The board was I mean if anything they were a little surprised at my willingness like it was almost like what you said if this doesn't usually happen and it isn't usually peaceful when it does happen but yeah I think that's a that that should be the goal of maybe more of us like a peaceful transition of of leadership and power. I mean that's that's kind of. It's kind of a an important tentative of well-functioned organization so I was happy to do it. And it just immediately freed me up to focus on just the things that I was world-class ads and still wanting to focus on and then ultimately wind myself out of the

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"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

"There's no possible way. He was making that turn. He should've known a lot a lot better than to know that. There's never going to make that turn now. I know it's enticing when people slowdown and move over and sees part there's all this daylight but you I know you're not getting out the other side of it. Yeah that's a tough one. That's a tough one too because you're right a lot of times on the tracks somebody has to turn the next sky. The next guy that are all in the same line. And you're like just seems like there's an opening here I don't know why no insane slowing down moving over there's plenty of day. Yeah so We got that car rage brody. The yellow flag does is passing during the yellow. The we called it end and called into the mecum auction. Yeah and We bid on it and went for about a the hammer at one forty five sat on the phone. It got there fast. You know what people don't realize about these auctions is they get from zero to hundred thousand plus or million plus. They don't get there and five minutes. They they get there and forty five seconds. Yeah the whole thing was probably two minutes long that that maybe maybe because they slow down a little at the end when they try to milk it but they go all right. Let's start with fifty fifty any okay. Seventy five seventy five hundred okay. We're at one hundred. That's eight seconds. One hundred eight seconds. It moves quick and it was once it hit a hundred it was it was one fifteen one twenty one twenty five. I think it hit one thirty. And they asked us for one forty and we said one thirty five and he's like one thirty five accepted. I was yeah well we split we number and then yes we hammered at one. Forty five It felt like there was only one other bidder. Maybe in the beginning there there's a couple but once it hit that one hundred ten one hundred fifteen mark I think it was just Just two people just us on the phone and and some somebody else. It's a nice piece and I think it's the kind of thing you could drive at Rennes Sport. For sure it runs sport and then at some point when you could probably drive that thing for the Monterey historic so I mean it is twenty years old already. I think it it. It could do some Porsche Club of portion clubs things like dad but I don't know I could just drive it down to Bruce Miles Rodeo drive show I think it's kind of St Komo lights and stuff and you have some footage or the aftermath of of the Braga Newman racing racing suit. He's got out of the car. The reason contact although it was really his fault. There is the car the number fifteen contact with Lola..

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"porsche" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"porsche" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Four hundred sixty four hundred seventy it who's pattern paired and now can be cranked up to well over five hundred reliably where the nonsense going the other way because he's been exotic. If you blow porsche known seven engine then it's serious money and the other one is is modern chassis sentinel node. The lulu is a semi monocoque so you can you can stiffen everything in it takes it whereas the one of the moments seven strengths at the time was white space frame and you start stiffening suspension and hitting clubs and you just crap the suspension as this chassis tubes so ah the things that worked for imperial been negated really. Have you ever seen a five one basing ni- i've never seen i think the christ we got we was kid would revival where we completely missed it to run display in the in the sort of show yeah yes. I think the the opposition really the main opposition is for. They're actually works out for my matra teams that out during that period as well for always the main in one and it just didn't do good enough job to call wasn't caused path when it was a bit too heavy so bad weight ratio key thing and foreign got their car early enough so that you have instability problems portrait already sold by nineteen seventy think the five onto 'em which is the call paid ended on seventy actually jackie blue the normans yeah well y at the asteroid ring indices before it filed southern portion you. That's what they're guy. Inside five liter engine never just one of the reasons that i put forward what is being the greatest race in is because of the number innovations that they used as drilled brake discs come in during that point. I tried a._b._s. That she did even think about reverse in the cooling fan on the top of the engine to suck effectively kovac came under nathan produce downforce it actually shout the engine too much debris so the guy down that right but i try and different things all the time so kind of come back around see original question. Are we talking about kind of the opposition. That was that so how how how serious the three think of all says always this question mark is that you can judge it by the opposition but if a car such that forward it can make the opposition look weaker. Shall we say than it. Perhaps most fundamentally well. I think with the nine one seven is prime. Go from porsche was to win lamont so they it was an on slow nine hundred seventy when when an upward finally one month porsche i think they qualified fifth and it was a race of attrition they they came to the front. This was pushed dominated that race with entries and it's something that is not possible at nine. Three five is dominated the whole grad red but they were it was a real this tactic. I win yeah. I think that's failed. I would say now about fourteenth on the grid the nine hundred seventy empty car. I think they must have been lamont grit positions of one of those things that you quite quite easily yeah well. I think i would about twelve seconds off in qualifying and that russia has the <unk> richard. I read about that and he he driven he. He driven the white car and six calvert. They pulled sir. You won't get the finishes. It'd be a waste of time but be careful was adamant. He always wanted to tharcisse thingy hands on because you know why he said what wa drive on the corner that i can deployed applied on wall. Santoni mall are false nails and they absolutely sort of so carefully stumbling went out and just blitzed it yet the app. This is a quick as alfred atwood. I think we're trying to get the cost. The end got within three three hours or so the finish which was much further than portrait expected in the car. Bryk had no desire to drive the car. He was caught cleveland but even though they were why hate in the late nineteen seventy..

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"porsche" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"porsche" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Title wasn't doing anything <hes> so the solutions to build up build up the tail kahar and on and it was in the air flow now who spotted that first opened debate but put like all these things. It's not the rarely eureka moment necessarily. Isn't it sometimes a little bit more. The slow process isn't it but at blaze interesting that it's so he's kinda come down so effectively downside team. That's that's picked up on this. We'll i see why was that this elite porsche team and nineteen seventy s just just interesting that and that's the team is often forgotten match thing why it's made mentioned a lot burke but john trauma important figure actually terms of running teams in ira- subplots actually is his tension wade's with perish because they're completely different types of character while i was a very conservative small see everything i'm gonna go to the racetrack with is going going to be a it's gonna have been tested and we're going to run this pike except those hubs it so you bring in nineteen well that yeah absolutely but i think that that affected the relationship because that's only the second time the the iran the bushes and porsche came out with these new jobs for c. Bring on data and abide absolute moral most of the calls of foreign pashtun ferraris ba- <hes> yes these new hobbs handsome incested and why ran them in broken for free on the right and i think from then on that it just underline wiersma might not actually wants to run every porsche putting new three new things on the nominees have all the time. I think every single car is different and they were probably probably in a different spec pretty much every time they appeared. But what porsche did that really irritated while i was to have a second works team say ninety seventy four salzburg so what tended m._v._p. Alford was the best porsche drive in not part of the gulf setup so it was great for porsche. They offer the peace. Whatever it was to wire <hes> who would call up and say we're white into these proven and then the very next day part would be bolted on to the ports per car and the kale food co's all sorts of problems for them with classic while actually is when they brought out the four point nine liter engine and had an oil leak dream practice while now we'll go back thorn half's and found the four point nine was in the alfred r._n.'s car the following day he will disappear down the road when that opponent you so there was quite a lot of ever really saw i like to ally wire and some of the porsche management it's funny as ninety seven so you look at that that the the why porch was that strongest car that didn't manage to win lamont though saving that your vote of see they were won by a porsche but not alive so that by the nineteen seventy six point kosovan becomes his all conquering..

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"porsche" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"porsche" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"I guess we stopped one of the reasons why it's like only but he's also very very successful racing car and i guess if we look at the stock is the funny thing is gone on. Seven is is the first great porsche endurance. It's racing car in some ways isn't it. I don't know maybe a little bit harsh predescessors. I call the one the mom it's probably a bit harsh on the no eight which won the great underwriting eighteen sports cars three later car but i think the normal seven yeah. It's the first week porsche up to that point portrait been because remember it was a small companies companies well. It wasn't a big powerhouse. Try and think about nine hundred sixty eight when the idea they came up with it. They never want them on. They were small-time manufacturer the nine eleven to not only been a few years <hes>. This is very much a company. That's yet to kind of stop south porch. We yeah love punched above their weight eight. In terms of small engines cars up against remember. This is the three sixes you go ferrari and ford going at it with big heavyweight calls and pull. She were quite good at picking up. Good class results occasional rule win at somewhere like yeah the talk of florida where you know the powwows and what you needed and then two things happened. They changed the regulations. I will seem sort of are running now really given how quickly the nominations were just a couple of years later but the thing there was concern that the ford marque fours and the peaceful ferraris nine hundred sixty seven were getting too fast and so they sort of cut cut back to sports pro talks to be three liters but then they once it's. They realized that cars aren't the g._t. The smaller engined one were they were quite a few of those out there so the the governing body said if you've got fifty of these cars you can get the five liter effectively production g._t. That's pushing it a bit and then the really so that is not our interplay in the non i seven because we'll see what the big stuff gone and then the real the thing that got got the ball rolling with the non seven was they cut the fifty down to twenty five and then <hes> is a key person in this in the porsche story sort opportunity unity in unpersuaded porsche to go. It's built twenty five for effectively a five liter sport.

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"porsche" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on Critical Role

"Turning towards the grandchild or just hurt her so badly, and she is going to rake her claw, you warrants. For twenty two twenty two. So you. Twelve points of slashing damage, and then she goes, we're. Magical or they silver medical. They're magical, twelve points. And then she that giant gaping hanging walling mouth lunges down and. Your AC is what again. Snaps, just shy of your face. Yeah, you yank back at the last second, almost lose your footing. Almost do that. Whoa. Whoa, whoa thing, but stay up. Snorts nose or the holes in the skull and a big. In your face to you for a second. What was that. Now it is our streams come on. Oh, I'm gonna retroactively do something to the spear still floating in the air and flies in an arc over and. Mistake goes in a circle and strikes into Porsche. That is. That is a twenty two. Really, I write this down. I. I. Six points of damage, but does magical. Turn on those form. We gotta do that. Wisdom check. Oh, we all. Yeah. Who all took damage. Return. If you've taken damage three have to roll at the top of your turn. Keep control of yourself. That's right. How do we know. So or I, it is. You have to know how much damage. Ten or half the damn relative to Porsche right now. Do we know where am I relative to. The era, and where is she. Porsche is here. Okay..

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"porsche" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"You find in your house when you convince your children colleges overrated so you don't wanna go to school remain ignorant i got a ticket and i gotta tell you to me the police are getting lazier that's all i'm going to tell you i was speeding i'm not gonna fight the ticket but a porsche shot past one hundred at least one hundred i was doing eighty porsche i see the lights in the mirror and i'm laughing because like you would be laughing because you know the porsche is going to get a ticket imagine my surprise when i got pulled over and i said that the policeman didn't you see that porsche and he actually said to me i was after the porsche then you showed up and he said to me what moron doesn't slow down for a cop and i do speed i know that i've been patient i know it i was dealing with in therapy but who can listen to that stuff for write it down let me go and nothing ties traffic more than a cop doing fifty five come on we've all been there you're driving along and all of a sudden you grind to a halt you wonder what is going on and there's a policeman up there and there's two hundred cars behind the cop in perfect formation and as soon as he gets off an exit ramp is like the indy five hundred out there oh daddy's gone and every time i get caught speeding i get a policeman who wants to chat with me for whatever reason they never let me off the ticket i don't have a face that gets off tickets.

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"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

"Now i'm kind of leaning it's like now there's cool cars that are coming out and it's just like you have no choice you have a porsche jeet porsche turbo nothing i can afford it or gt are and so many cars i love the jaguar f type right you can't get them with a manual and those of you guys that follow me on social media you know that i've been crushing on the porsche nine eleven targa specifically the gts targa and i'll tell you why that one specifically is one i love the new target body style and i love the way the roof works and the big glass in the rear has so much beautiful like visibility and has such a great look the way curves so one is the styling to the gts comes with centre lock wheels when you get that option and i love that luck and three the gts cars again i like the target but the gts cars are kind of like the top of the range normal not getting into like a gt to gt three and that kind of you know like that kind of specialty list gotta be on a list kind of car but of the nine elevens and the turbos and the and the the you know the twos and the fours and the gts is that you can't get a turbo with manual transmission but you can get a nine eleven with a manual and you can get gts with emmanuel you get gts target with manual so the wishlist for me would be like nine eleven gts targa manual transmission that's why keep if you look on on your social media you can't tell it all that you're in love with it really.

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"porsche" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Don't care if the price skyrockets you still gonna buy it ran ball red bull i like red bull to stop drinking it but i unfortunately grew to like the taste of it i think it tastes good somber energized drinks what do you do for a living drink red bull pack we're gonna fix it all comes thermometer up here we go thank you samantha yeah i there's some folks that like the people who are dealing with health that surge my surgery just who hey porsche there's a porsche course porsche porsche p so for us wine prices are skyrocketing we got on this thing and you don't care you're still going to buy it yeah i'm definitely getting my wine i have to have my wine and my batteries there yeah yeah yeah very after everything i'm kinda as possible insatiable is it on right now what does that buzzing can you can you wait till we hang.

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"porsche" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on WLOB

"Program a porsche you can join us here the tollfree number is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom we did a lot of talk about stadium subsidies here tonight at the beginning of the show and just a few months ago were discussing the scam that is government regulatory structure and the licensing which is basically just a protection racket for those who are in business there are some people out there who have a fantasy belief that the government is actually protecting consumers from unscrupulous business owners through its licensing and regulations when the reality is the government is being used as a tool by those very unscrupulous business owners who who would be willing to use the violence of the state to prevent their competition from coming up in starting in the first place as we've seen with some industries like the taxi cab companies being assertive disrupted by companies like super and lift what happened there was super lift didn't come to town asking for permission the reason why uber lift made it in the first place was because they didn't go through the typical legal structure they didn't try to asked for permission to become a cab company in the first place they said we are going to do our business differently we're not a cab company we're just day connector we just connect people who wanna drive somebody somewhere to people who wanna go somewhere and you know like a.

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"porsche" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Well i'm always on the side of ride i don't really pick a girl i i just pick the side of the truth and woods right and um i have to say that niimi has a lot of great points in her argument with porsche um i think that historically speaking she's just not been a great friend to people that have only tried to help her i remember when there was a time we're porsche was not returning to the show and niimi and candy all spoke up to help her keep her job so um i think that's a little t you might not learn from that's when he was referring to at the dinner is that she didn't help her get her job but she was she definitely helped her keep it by champing for her so i i just think that you know we just have to look at the behavior and nod at what people are necessarily saying do you think that is regretting her decision to go to bat for porsche over her job oh i think now she is because of the way um you know she's behaved with respect to her friendship and the things that she's said about niimi maybe as a good heart and i just think that she needs to be careful on how much she gives to people who don't really deserve it tpg the purpose following abu threaten nothing ciro di just for people deliver truth.

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"porsche" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Of it stems from you know the demise of the relationship renewal her in nature you know like ads will john has redial these two ridges can't stand each other now own and from knack you got a whole bunch of stuff going on there are accusations that her and todd are slegers or at least like to have three sons now we all speculated on whether that was true or not latapy was said that you know candy tricky so it may be true hell at no no and i don't have any speculation on it now at the end of this season refined candy porsche ads you know porsche audi processing information to candy that they candy dim light amp worship was vedro eh candy when all also her so as a lock on or there's also the relationship that everybody claims that candy has media you know of the rumor was that the three sound their todd and candy had was riff shimmy ah and after watches in shimmy at his season i don't think that's true so i don't know about that dan you know earlier in the season they had a candies baby daddy riley's father one and we saw that little drama play out where he does not have a relationship with uh with riley and that others candy then also you know there's candies crew a lot of people kidnapped stan down while in common in all of them and they were like good riddance to candy and take your with you now when i was reading the com is a lotta people said that they would be happy to see candy off the show a nest surprise me they also told her to.

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"porsche" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Of it stems from you know the demise of the relationship renewal her in nature you know like ads will john has redial these two ridges can't stand each other now own and from knack you got a whole bunch of stuff going on there are accusations that her and todd are slegers or at least like to have three sons now we all speculated on whether that was true or not latapy was said that you know candy tricky so it may be true hell at no no and i don't have any speculation on it now at the end of this season refined candy porsche ads you know porsche audi processing information to candy that they candy dim light amp worship was vedro eh candy when all also her so as a lock on or there's also the relationship that everybody claims that candy has media you know of the rumor was that the three sound their todd and candy had was riff shimmy ah and after watches in shimmy at his season i don't think that's true so i don't know about that dan you know earlier in the season they had a candies baby daddy riley's father one and we saw that little drama play out where he does not have a relationship with uh with riley and that others candy then also you know there's candies crew a lot of people kidnapped stan down while in common in all of them and they were like good riddance to candy and take your with you now when i was reading the com is a lotta people said that they would be happy to see candy off the show a nest surprise me they also told her to.

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"porsche" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on CarStuff

"All sorts of subscription services right yeah sign up for a place to just singe bacon every month yeah and this one is one that actually a listener had suggested it not long ago and i think we saw the article in the same day that uh the or listener wrote in chris cave wrote in and said i just thought this was an interesting article but then here's the next line if you can afford two thousand dollars a month to rent a porsche two thousand dollars a month ladies and gentlemen today's episode is about the porsche passport a subscription service from porsche the does start at the bottom end at two grand a month wiggins that the andrew package yeah we're gonna we're gonna explore this a little bit ultimately the end of the episode i say that we pass a verdict this is going to be a for it oregon episode okay we're gonna talk about more than just porsche though that's true yeah and we'll dive in afterward from our sponsor did are'making super villain almost destroy san diego i liked to picture him as malevolent area yeah like him kind of like yes whether they super villain guide if what the hacker soviet bone recordings the square's in the colleges in the current budget lines in the sensors tommy's the khamis how did i missed the khamis okay yes he can't you never may never see them cummings is the problem did america really wage war on chinese restaurants okay so you you that i felt like there was a silver lining coming there bannon just i just i don't i don't see it iin a vase with your say like it got better because it got worse.

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"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"porsche" Discussed on CarCast

"Basically debuted at their event as opposed to a car event lake of at large debuted at fourth event yeah yeah the couple of days ago so it's like officially like this this virtual world has officially like crossed over there right like your your furnace guys because they make the best car game woolmer yeah so in the past the the put a parachute over the car they put a couple of hot chicks next to it and they pull the parachute off yeah and then and then you'd say i saw that car last month the auto show right and and then they but and then they and then there than that gave way or no even if they're not nominee things even if they unveil it at the auto show they back in the sixty that put like a parachute then try in the smoke came and tried to smoke in a car with drive out on thing but now it's all its urgel yeah committing do we shall we say the name of the car yeah okay yeah let's say it's the porsche it's the two thousand eighteen nine eleven gt two r s yeah to e three so it no that's the event it was at o'hare to fraud it they run rodota eatery so that but the let's hope porsche hasn't done g two in something like seven years so this is why everyone is kind of a secretly dominance secretly dumped because it says nine eleven gt two are asked and then t o e three yellow is this some electric model number three is the trade show this is how the plane's crash because nobody is wrong here but we're still smoking on the side of the mountain everyone is right except for one i'm reading at it seems like well this is a very elaborate porsche gt two are s now yeah.

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