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"What Mope aren't suzy. We are back again for another fun filled episode of talking Mo- Pars and I've got some good news my project. Art is finally getting an engine. Unfortunately it's not the fifty one that I had hoped for because that engine is still at the machine shop dead in the water for monetary reasons. But I'm so anxious to get behind the wheel of this dart that I've actually decided to hold off on the big box walk for now. I have most of the small block parts. Still with the exception of the engine and transmission. So I actually had a buddy reach out to me about the seventy one charger. I was looking at saying that he had a three eighteen and nine hundred four that he was just looking to give away so he generously donated that engine and transmission to the new cars. And the new. 'cause IS TO DART on the road before I go out acquiring any other projects I gotta get the ones. I have on the road with that being said. I've got a project right now with this little three eighteen and I'm just trying to dress it up a little bit and give it a little bit more go crazy. I just want to make it a little bit fun okay. The engine project that I have now is called project free eighteen because it is a three eighteen and free. So that's what I'm up to. I'm just gathering parts trying to find good deals and it's funny because I posted this cheesy ad was a wanted poster. Ernest said basically wanted small block. Par- parts you know. Cheap is good and free great and there was one guy who's like. Oh better. Get a small block Chevy. Nothing in the Mo- par world is cheap. But here's the thing he's wrong because I've gotten plenty of cool stuff for free or next to free or really cheap. Just based on the fact that I'm a nice guy and I guess I've been fortunate that I've ran into such cool people in the mobile world and unfortunately for that guy. Apparently he's run into a bunch of jerks that are just out for money which you know there are a lot of people like that and the Mo- park immunity unfortunately but you know thankfully I haven't run into any of them. I've ran into some really cool people and they've given me some really good deals so I'm not complaining on that front and I'm still getting the deals I just acquired an intake and a carb and I've got some really cool vintage valve covers and I'm just having fun with this car now. I've got everything I need to throw together and have a ratty little small blocked art and that's all I want. The shiniest parts on the start are going to be the wheels and tires because I have brand new bef. Gta's and Krieger SS for it. So you know it is what it is. I'm GonNa have fun with it and hopefully you guys will be along for the ride. I'm going to try to get some of that content up on Youtube here sooner rather than later so you guys can follow along on a little bit more of a visual level. So that's what I'm up to now. Let's get this show on the road. Like I said in the introduction folks we've got to listeners stories and I'm GonNa Sandwich our segment called high performance parts in between both stories justice which things so our first listener story comes from Shane. Taylor here. Is Shane Story? Hey Chris my dad has always had cool cars and trucks for much of my life. He's made a living off of hunting down deals and then flipping them. I'm now in my late twenties own a house and financially stable as a congratulations or as my dad says early inheritance. He said I could have any one of my choosing. I had the choice between fully restored. Nineteen seventy-nine Camaro RS s with a pretty radical three eighty three stroke or a fully restored Purple Nineteen fifty-six Plymouth Savoie or a dusty old red and black nineteen fifty five Plymouth Belvedere that didn't run and was missing the rear window which is apparently traded for a brick that sat in the backseat. I took the fifty six savoie because it was in the best condition and would need the least amount of work. It was perfect. Because I don't know a ton about working on cars but I love detailing although this is probably the most valuable car. It had a few drawbacks. The car was restored in the nineties and was overdue for another restoration in the near future. The interior was badly stain and fading. The paint was getting rest bubbles and there was a lot of custom work done that was very obviously trendy a couple decades ago but not anymore the worst part though it had a three fifty small block. Chevy. Don't get me wrong. My family was GM all the way. Unless there was a MO- part deal to be found. My Dad even warned me that when I took it I couldn't hang out with the Mo guys or else I'd be chastised. He said apart by the fifties chevrolets at shows and don't talk about the car more than need be after all. The car had no signs of make other than the aluminum. Plymouth play under the door when open so most people thought it was a chop fifty seven Chevy. Once I got it I started doing research on the forward. Look Mo- parts and I fell in love the more I looked at him. The more disappointed became with fifty six mash up with Chevy engine. Ford Rerun Nineteen Ninety. Eight Ford Escort Royal Plum. Paint which looked great. But I just can't stand forwards and Tacky customisations. I found myself eyeing the faded beaten up Belvedere that my dad had sitting in a shop. It had one around the title and had gone to his surviving kin. It was easily ninety percent original so I started drooling after I to educate myself on these classics after a week of having the Purple Plymouth. I called Dad and told him I made a mistake. I detailed the Savoie and send it back to him. Any happily gave me the bus at fifty five after all he had been offered up to ten thousand four and only paid fourteen hundred for the non running Belvedere. Although it wasn't a smart financial decision was the right thing to do and I couldn't be happier. We really to a local shop that specializes in classic. Mo- parts have the clutch rebuilt as well as some brake work done. Once I got a new six volt battery hooked up. It started and ran great. Save for some smoke. Every light on the car worked perfectly and the more I looked around through the scattered parts in the interior and trump the more original parts. I found for it now. There runs in drives learning and working on finding parts for these is a very expensive scavenger hunt. But it's fun to work on such a neat piece of history even though I live two hours from my dad. It's brought us closer together because I'm always sending in pictures of things. I've probably messed up and calling him for help. I look forward to restoring beauty overtime. The Right Way and going to car shows with him even if we can't park next to each other Shane. Thanks for sending in your story I've been wanting to do some forward look content and your story kind of inspired me to get Looking into what I want to cover an hi Wanna go about doing it. I actually have a guest lined up. That is pretty deep in the forward look community. But I haven't really scheduled him in yet so I gotta get a hold of him and figure out when we can get him on the show. Because like I said and like I've been saying this show is for all aren't disease that includes a forward look the modern era everything in between and I'm GONNA stick to my word. We will cover the antique stuff like the really really old stuff. We're going to cover the forward. Look we're going to cover it all or at least we're gonNA give it our best shot so look forward to that very cool story. I'm glad that you chose at least a MO- par over the Chevy. That makes you a lot cooler in my book and let me just say this. A car enthusiasts first and foremost but I am a Mo- par guy so I respect all cool cars but there's just something about Mo- parts that gets me going so when I take shots at Ford and Chevy guys you know nothing personal. It's all in good fun. Okay now back to Shane Story. It's good to hear that you're getting into Mo- pars and cars in general it's something fun to learn and you sound like you're really motivated to gear project on so that's really cool in. Hey a fifty. Five Belvedere is pretty cool in my book. So keep me posted on your project. Buddy thanks for sending in your story I really WanNa see pictures of this car and see how far you belong. Maybe you can call in and give me some tips to pass along the people because I get people asking me about forward look cars and where to find parts and all this and a lot of stuff you know. I try my best but I don't own a forward look cars. I'm not too deep in that world and I know there's people out there that own those cars and start finding really good resources and stuff so anybody out there actually not just. Shane knows any good places to go forward. Look stuff let me know if you know someone. That's really deep in the forward. Look each that's one aspect of mope our history that I admittedly don't know very much about but I love those cars. I think are really cool and I'll take. I'll take anything in the forward look era over fifty seven Chevy any day but that's me and that's not to say the fifty seven chevies aren't cool but hey forward look parts or cooler. Proven wrong Shane once again. Thank you for sending in your
"purple plymouth" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"We eat the same type of food like why would we argue. That's right here in the same thing about Israelis and Palestinians individual. I think it's it's a very similar thing but that's what's interesting. Is that even outside of that Conflict Area A lot of times. They don't get along because there's so much politics behind you and I mean there's some of that here too and like our whole area is very very complex so it Yugoslavia's communist so you have this generation of people that all they know is communism so like even now like all day think about is communism was good because all this bad should happen for communism is amended because everybody want their republic. Everybody wanted democracy and then that's the thing too is like everything over. There has been stable since like the early two thousands and but the economy's still kinda crappy because a lot of people still do business in the communist way where I want business to go pay off this state official or go here. I pay this guy off center. Yeah and you know and then a lot of is just you know bad decisions and rebuilding after a war yeah all right so you get into this program you come to America when you were how old was so. I was eight. My brother were six. My parents were like in their mid thirties. Okay so basically we had we had to get sponsorship so you don just come to America like you'll get approved for the program and then the refugee organization in has to look for somebody to give you a loan so like you have to pay for your plane tickets and all this stuff. It's not just show up so they found a church where your parents like decently decently well off over there before the war yeah so like they were an attorney in an accountant so yeah you know the you know fairly fairly fairly decent jobs but once the worst lease pay jobs bosniaks salesman killing it there but I mean we were reasonably well off off. They were building a new home when the war started you know knows you know we we lived pretty well before all that but once the war started the bank collapse unlike anything he didn't have in your hands. You didn't just fucking gone yeah so basically all the all the cash that you had on you which when we came up you know came to America was maybe three or four hundred dollars that was that's what we so you know but basically this church sponsored us so like when they got to the end of the program they found a few different nonprofit organizations churches and local like NGO type places that would offer my needs to give you a loan to help you get started so it was like a place. North Dakota this church in North Carolina and they looked at a some books and they're like yeah. There's nobody in North Dakota and like my dad had some family that had gone through the program that chose North Carolina to sorta like we're going to go there yeah housing to say how did all these like these like refugees in that area you said even from all sides of the war ended up in North Carolina how that is that intentional while part of it is organizations imitations nonprofit organizations that are giving out these loans and sometimes they're giving out grants where they're paying for a portion of it wherever they were that's where the refugees are and then once the refugees fugees got there so like once we got here you know my parents worked like real crap jobs like the first job they worked here was like building cabinet kitchen cabinets like building doors for like four seventy five an hour and they've never done shit like that before and I like my dad you know like he worked on cars and stuff because he liked cars for fun and he did like random jobs like when he was a teenager. You know he'd like construction. Okay all right not since they had finished college yeah so basically all these people come come here and once they're kind of stable so my parents started with these real crap jobs and then once they start to learn English work their way up a little bit and then got better jobs so now they got ten dollar an hour jobs then a couple more years fifteen hundred dollar jobs and then they both decided to go back to college and their early forties because the what's it like if you can speak to this like they are when they're when they're back in Bosnia. They're highly educated people with you know way collar job. What are we going to call for their educated people then you have to come here and almost start over until they learn the language you save up money to go either. Get educated is is time in getting educated. They are the whole time they like God. This is annoying back home. We were this hour this or is it. This is amazing. Keep your head up likely we're very fortunate. That's that's the thing is like when we were kids like even though like like me and my brother in law. I've talked about this recently. We just sat down and talked about like you know like sometimes we spend on dinner what they made combined in a week. When we first got to the country you were just talking about trying to like just make sense of that by like when we got here like so you know. We thought that we're they're just kids in the world because like you know my dad worked two or three jobs my mom usually work to and then they kind of rebel to get down to one job so they both worked multiple jobs. They rarely saw each other but whenever they were with us and they're like everything is awesome yeah. We're not getting shot at like you know this. This is good. God like we had toys. We had you know candy. Whatever like every other kid had we had like you know basically like they most of what they earned went to you know me and my brother Yeah. You had a great twitter thread like I don't know months ago. It's like a series of the kind of like crappy at interesting ours your they do the list what car they 'cause. This is allegedly. This is a car show for nothing. It's not like it's not the all refugees but when you told me like g these stories all my God wait not just the interesting thing twitter like You're the only refugee I know so. There's good brothers. Yeah sorry boy on. I know you're fucking out. They're not trying to discount you but you're not in that chair yeah so have time to bring dude if he was coming to town. I'm fully I'm sure I'm sure he'll be around his. She just Kinda chilling right now doing a few few different gigs so he'll sure he'll come through here at some point. Wait so give us a big big list of your parents crappy cars so one we got here. The first card they had wasn't actually their car. They was like somebody like in the neighborhood. Just let him borrow a car and there was some like Buick from the mid eighty s like from Dr Look Connell Box Buick Skylark Skylark. That's it that's it and and had like seven or eight different like colors of panels because they're just like a salvage. Carlos quit together as like for people in the neighborhood to use this was the neighborhood share car body body body but it was for everybody because like when we got here because of the jobs they worked. We live in the projects so like you know that's just how stuff goes there you know like that and had after that they saved up money and got a plymouth acclaim yeah so that was it was it was really terrible. It was it was purple. Well Purple Plymouth Acclaim like a ninety one or ninety two flat the flat window so man whatever happened to that era of they just all crumpled like they're just dust now. You know what I kind of. D L liked was the Cougar Cougar with the flat wasn't bad like yeah. It is bad I mean it had decent stuff underneath it. You know you're always thought like a like an outcast yeah cool. There's a skylark skylark. I've seen doesn't I was I was. I was a pebble in the historic last month. They're awesome saw those are like the GTO GTO cars. We literally talked about this on twitter. Today is that something has the right at the right time of race parts suddenly suddenly good-looking yeah. It looked bad ass. I mean look at it. Is there anything you put vendors off in fairness sidewall us good what's great about the Lebaron in in a NASCAR is that you're allowed to make the pop up lights close a couple of rectangles. The only girl yes looks custodian. I dated a girl that drove Lebaron high school and what a hunk of Shit. I've heard I think I've only driven a Lebron for like ten feet arable. Does that was it. I've never ever like and that was enough. The weirdest thing about a Lebaron is at the blinker is on the gauge pinnacle not the steering column. That's where it's very it make any sense at all. I wonder why that is because they had to be like in. Whatever after the Plymouth typically so plymouth acclaim that got sold and they a dodge caravan so like we had a progression of Van so the first one on no actually sorry the first one was a nineteen eighty eight or eighty nine plymouth voyager so like they started a very basic like this one didn't have like the tinted rear glass like this is is like the very basic one because that's all they could afford the time right yeah exactly exactly that they had that and then that one got traded for a like a ninety one or ninety two Dodge Caravan so the Dodge Caravan had the factory tint on the rear had the captain's chair in the second row yeah and I mean this was still like six or seven year old car with like eight hundred ninety thousand miles but also like shares are forever. They invented the minivan so the the best right yeah. It was a used car by like I remember that like those cars specifically because this is like we're like eleven twelve. I'm I'm eleven twelve and boyens like eight or nine. Yeah I like we had the advanced went everywhere like this was like now road trip now get road trips adventures and stuff so like like like my parents. They got like they they got us a low mattress that would fit in the back they took out the seed sound like we went to Canada like chilling in back. Yeah had a mattress back. There had a bed and like drove all the way up to like Ottawa because they had some friends up there so I trust like that. That was you know like really really memorable where you know it was just a crappy old van but as a cool van because we did so after that they got a Pontiac Bonneville one thousand nine hundred nine Pontiac Bonneville it was it was light blue in color. Those were actually kind of cool. There were decent like so they had they had the T v three point eight Liter v six which is still one of my favorite engines to this they. I can't kill it like I mean other than some of them. They had the intake intake manifold gasket which is fairly easily fixable like it's not like the the end all for the engine didn't have like RX7 race car. Something bad guys ten knows that one that the fabricator in I'm blanking on his name right now but yeah ten men he owns that Black Betty you saw like Jack Mark Sam Mental. They all race that for a while the F. C. apparently thirty eight hundred. Oh that's got to be quick yeah I mean thirty eight hundred if you open it up a little bit it'll make like two hundred and fifty pound feet of torque which an NFC RX7 yet is what do they use it in the supercharge charge pontiacs yes they did that three point eight liter started as a buick engine in.
"purple plymouth" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Be purple. Well, I mean, here's one for twenty four thousand. Here's a nineteen ninety nine for twenty nine thousand four hundred ninety dollars an EBay. That's stupid. I think that's a good lofty goal. Comics. I feel like that has to be this. Mobile. Have you there two seaters? So if you see me during driving around in a Plymouth, purple Plymouth prowler convertible, flames we've made it has to have flames on wwltv made it then that's our superior. Oh, car kind of you know, like our greenhorn. What's the green hornet car? That's like a lack beauty or. Yeah. Isn't it a is? It's a convertible to it's an old school. Like, we saw it at a Comecon once I think they had it did. Yeah. It was not a convertible though. I thought they were now nineteen fifties cruiser type car black beauty. I mean, I don't know what kind of car. It was. I don't know enough about green hornet. I don't I should know more. It's just not my type of I don't think he's my type it is. No, it is kind of Norwich though, isn't it? I mean, I don't I really don't know enough about it. Nobody wears a suit to Seth Rogan movie. But I don't remember at all. I'd never watched. It never sought some comic book fan. You are. I mean, we're both literally saying how much we don't know about this. And then you're going to claim I know. Six chrysler. Okay. Awesome. Which is Chrysler Plymouth. Same company. They are the same company. We're we're I don't know one of them doesn't exist. It does not exist anymore in any case. We're going to be at sea to we're going to be wearing shirts. We're going to be passed out snarf, talk stickers. We're going to be looking for artists. And I'm gonna prow we're going to be Jerry gonna be prowl an artist alley. I have. Oh, there are some people. I do want to see though, there's colon Cullen bunn's going to be there at a table. Jason Aaron's going to be there at a table. And Kyle Higgins is going to be there to take it. Remind me the other two, you don't know. Jason Aaron remind me while I'd have to look up the books. But I I know I have a bunch of his books. He did Thor. Right. Yeah. He's done four Star Wars. I didn't know he did story. Okay. He's done about bond. Just yet. Kyle Higgins did ghostwriter stuff night wing. He's best known for Thor scalped ghost rider, wolverine punisher. Max there you go. Cool cool done. Some indie stuff though, that is that I like a lot. I can't remember it. I'll have to look it up. But Kyle Higgins house on a couple of podcasts. I want to get this. Listen his cousin Gustaf has furred wrote the book, which became the movie full metal jacket Jason earns his cousin Gustaf half hazard. He wrote in his semi-autobiographical novel the short timers on which the feature film full metal jacket was based was largely an influence on Aaron while. I mean, bam. How can you go wrong with that interesting? It's a small world it is. It's like Jason Al Aaron Gustaf has for it full metal jacket. Jerry Snyder, Chris Harford snarf, comics, you see it all the brick. Yeah. All right. It's all together. This is like a Stanley Kubrick thing, we're doing, you know, kind of like, I feel Kubrick, right? Now, what's your favorite Stanley Kubrick movie full metal jacket by far? That's is that a is that a Stanley Kubrick movie? Yes, of course, it is. I don't think it. It is one hundred percent directed written and co written and produced by Stanley Kubrick. Outta random loan. You know, what sometimes I do do that though? I think my favorite Stanley Kubrick movie. I see that's that's a good one. I don't know. Didn't he do a clockwork orange? He did. I like that moves a really good. It's not as good as full metal jacket. Did he do? It's different though. It's hard to. Oh. That's very different. Yeah. You can't do paths of glory, right? Yep. That's a great one. Shoot. I know there's another one kiss. That's a good one. They're like an alien movie that he did twenty two thousand one space odyssey. Was that him or was that it was him? That was him. Yeah. Because I was thinking Steven Spielberg with Steven Spielberg did nineteen thousand four well that and something encounter. Yes. Close encounters of a third kind. That's what I was thinking of. I think my favorite is Dr Strangelove. You know that I have never seen that. Yeah. I think he's like, I don't know if he's a producer on that. I don't know exactly his entire role in that a lot of people like that movie though. I love that movie. But I've never seen it any do. I need to check it out. You should it's great Peter Sellars come on. You can't go wrong with a good Pete sellers. Yeah. Wasn't he the Pink Panther? Anyway. I do want to see those people along with Kyle Higgins Kyle Higgins, I've listened to a lot of podcasts. He did. Awesome work on Batman stuff. He's doing a Power Rangers run right now that apparently is being like really loved not interested. No, neither my, but I'm interested in harassing these people to be on our podcast and interviewing them, and we're going to give them cards, and we're going to be like, hey, let's literally schedule a date right now. I haven't got cards yet. They're supposed to be here today. I wonder if they're at home. Well, they have to be here by Friday morning or otherwise this is over Chris otherwise for back in the printed guard. Yeah. I will hand those out you think they're ridiculous. I'm going to burn every last one. So yeah. I I want to see those people Cullen Bunn is really cool. Yeah. That guy's amazing. And I'm a backer on his Kickstarter for metro metro. And he co wrote with Brian. I'm blanking now as rela no from tell them, Steve Dave oh Franklin Quinn. Be BQ BQ should I wear my spot. Smart casters -i or my telephone Steve, Dave jersey. Who were wearing snarf stuff? Oh, yeah. So so neither none of those. Jersey underneath of your snarf talk shirt. Okay. But okay, you would look absolutely ridiculous. But you could do that. Yeah. I'll allow it in any case C two we too. It's happening will be there. It's going to be great with cells on. So I got a bunch of news. I got some news. You wanna do the news at Stu some news? Okay. I'm going to start off with one. That's quick. I talk about this. I feel like too much. I need to quit bringing it up. But I did feel like this was newsworthy. If it's about Bill Maher. I'm not getting into. No, it's about suicide squad again. Okay. And they came out and said that this suicide squad movie is a total reboot. Oh, the one with issue Selbe. Yeah. It's not a sequel. It has nothing to do with the past the other one it is a complete and total reboot. Here's a question. Why don't they just do that four issue dead shot miniseries from the nineties that was like cell good? Yeah. Everybody loves and not do. Suicide squad. I don't know why they are doing this. Or why don't they make suicide squad into a TV show? I think they could put it on their DC streaming app. Yeah. And it would do a lot better than a major movie because it's going to be your hauled the suicide squad. Right. Wait. What was the last one called suicide squad? Okay. Okay. Why are you doing this? I don't sound WBZ. Like, you're not the Warner Brothers. Yeah. Like what what are they thinking? We wait. Wait, wait. But it's James Gunn. I didn't see that. James Gunn suicide squad movie is a total reboot. I didn't see the James Gunn part. Okay. What how while that changes changes everything because it don't James Gunn? If you don't know is the writer director of both guardians of the galaxy movies. Well in other news that I have he also big news. He is also coming back for guardians of the galaxy three.
"purple plymouth" Discussed on TechStuff
"Right. So, but from the RC range, you know, you don't have to necessarily have a line of sight. Now, there is a only a useful broadcast range that it's gonna be dependent upon the power supply, and the kind of antennas you're using if so if you were to say fly a remote controlled helicopter around and it started to get outside of that rage. You might quickly have a a search and rescue operation on your hands. Yeah. I thought I was thinking back to some of the other stuff I had that sort of emulated remote control. But not really I had a car that had a Cam system on it and it came with a series of plastic cams. It was actually a replica of a Porsche nine seventeen race car. And you would stick a Cam on top. And it would do whatever the Cam had the Kamat rotate. And so the car would basically, you know, go forward, and then reverse and do whatever, but it would do that according to the shape of the Cam. And then of course, I had the big track which sort of appears to be remote controlled, but you're really programming it before you even press go, and then it does when it does. And I mean there are there other ways of doing similar things. But it's just not the same yelich, the old remote controlled toys. That would still have a wire attached to them by one of those where your car up or down and that would make a go forward or backward. But it's all wired. It's not. Yeah. So you're tethered to it. Yeah. The parent AR drone. Yeah. Which is something I saw the s a few years ago. It's the it's been out for a while. And it's been out for a while. It's a four rotor. Copper copter. Chopper, and it doesn't look like a helicopter because it doesn't have that one of blades up at the top. Yeah. It's got it's got four sets of them. And it looks like a weird hovering drone thing. But you can control those through a smartphone device. I think it's only IOS actually I don't think they have an Android based system yet. I don't know. But they they actually maybe they do I'm looking at their website, and they have a little Android icon on it. Yes. A new Android app. So they do in fact have Android now. When I I thought it was only for the apple iphone. But in this case, it's using wifi to to let you control the the device and you do it through an interface on your smartphone. Yeah. And it's similar to what we've been talking about. Except that you know, it's a wifi frequency not the same as the the old direct radio frequencies. Right. So. We're seeing lots of kind of experimentation with this this older technology. I mean technology that dates back to the nineteenth century. And it's really neat to see the kind of toys that are coming out. I I was always a big fan of remote control cars. I owned a few haven't played with one in a long time. Because it drives my dogs. Crazy. I would've figured you'd play with one specifically because it drives your dogs. Crazy. They don't last so long the toys not the dogs, and I was the last all day long. But no, they will like I had. I think it was a remote control Plymouth prowler purple Plymouth prowler because that's the only color they came in originally and. The dogs didn't seem to like those classic lines the same way. I did. They're not roadster fans on the other hand. I do you have a remote controlled mouse that I use with my cats, and you know, so it's it's it sort of works at the very low end mouth. Right. Plug it in to control week mouth nutty point and click mouth, right? And it it stays charged for maybe about five minutes of play by play. I mean, I play with the mouse and the cat's stare at it..
"purple plymouth" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Anyway all that aside oh i also added some movies to the movies to watch with your dad's segment from rb p fortysix this first bunch they're all space movies and there was a jested that i add them by by one of the rb p gang members interstellar great movie love that movie also a good dad movie because it has a lot to do with you know madame econo hayes character and his relationship with his kids and shit also alien the original store wars trilogy and apollo thirteen apollo thirteen great one and i'm probably biased because i'm from houston big nasa guy but lots of good space movies you can watch with your dad also the patriot with mel gibson not sure how i left that one off fantastic movie to watch with your pops happy birthday to brandon cooper birthday was yesterday one of our listeners limit up player stick around at the end of the show for life changing for more life changing important announcements let's get into our first segment every core you wanted in high school was trash so when i was a little kid idol out of hot wheels you know many people did was really wheels i loved them i also had several of these like much more expensive and intricate slightly larger model cars like you could fit one in your hand but they were bigger than hot wheels probably like ten times bigger than a hot wheel and one of them was purple plymouth prowler which is like the most hord core midlife crisis mistake a human being could possibly make and then another one of them was a yellow dodge viper in oddly enough just to connect the dots on my weird life i'm almost positive i won both of those at dave and buster's but that's neither here nor there i fucking loved that dodge viper and when i turned sixteen that was like my ultimate pipe dream car so we got to talking about dodge vipers in the office today which is why i'm bringing this up at all and the dodge viper is kind of the alternate overcompensating for some serious physical or mental issues vehicle fucking love it i am now officially all in on dodge.