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Albon Replaced by Perez in Red Bull's 2021 Line-Up
"First topic for discussion today. Something actually we chat about quite regularly last year. But i haven't had the chance to go in depth on the costs over the christmas and new year break. I'm not reports driver lineup. Now of course we now know that. Sergio perez has been signed to partner. Max for slapping while. Alex album is team last year. And so the second half of two thousand nine hundred has been made. The team's reserve driver album also compete in the revamped. Dm category in twenty. Twenty ways efan commitments. Allow this and we understand. He'll be driving a ferrari. Four eight eight. Gt three alongside rebel genius liam northern. How big a hit. The think being mighty back to reserve driver an out formula one in terms of racing for at least a you know a whole calendar year. How do you think that how big hit that. he's f f one ambitions. yes he can. I think that it is so different when we saw by pierre gasoline daniel via meet similar fight when they were sent back to toro rosso and that them released the chance kind of rebuild that career and keep racing in athlon keeps it of all not rada christine made clear a few weeks folded station and the end of the season. That if alvin didn't get a rebel safe next year he will be our. Beth won't completely on on the sidelines. Although the team has said he's gonna be undertaken an extensive testing and development program with a view to twenty twenty. Eight doesn't really give much of a chance to actually sort of show. Boy he can do in really strike back and before about something the by them caveat when he made his his second comeback with taurasi s scoring podium nine and of cpi guiseley to an enormous two great right away three twenty twenty that were both able to rebuild and get these big results. The made everyone go. Oh well they're still decent. They're still performing and day. She for the albany. He doesn't really have the opportunity and going into a very sort of new. Dtm series with the gt three rules that they're updating ultimately not raced in ten tops. Ever i don't think so. I think that's going to be a big change for him and yeah i think it's just a it's it is a real big sat back and i think the full red bull i think just got say i don't really see what he goes from hits bonus nothing gets allows useful. Okay he's going to be playing such a big role in that too much to development. I think unless peres absolutely stinking year in that say realistically red bull going to be looking out. But if someone's come back with twenty twenty because are they need. Wii the perez goes beyond the initial one year contract. He signed or they'll look further into janea program if he's not has an amazing first year without tariff some let your e bits really stand out. I don't know me album just seems in this way. It's sort of purgatory state right now. I don't know where he's actually gonna
110: Insurrection at the Capitol: Whats Broken and How to Fix It - burst 02
"I do like Josh M A Virginia and I was participating in various of the public fora along with a lot of other people on both sides around Virginia's potential action following the horrific shooting in Virginia Beach. I was standing sort of on the field flanking the capital am talking to some other people and one of the team actually Christian Jaime who worked at C S TV and is it Brady has been involved in the movement for a long time came over to me and said I want you to move you need to move away from where you are and I looked over and there were two men standing next to me with AR-15s. And the minute I saw it. I felt like I was going to vomit and they looked very hostile and it was terrifying to me and let's face it for a lot of us who were involved in the gun violence prevention movement. I personally have not experienced gun violence in my life. It is sad to me that we have so many people in our country who either have been victims of gun violence or have lost people who they're very close to family members to gun violence who are having to advocate in this environment and I think Wednesday members of Capitol Hill regardless of the party affiliation the terror that you see on their faces isn't because they were afraid that they would get beaten up. They were afraid that people had concealed guns and breached the capital and knock on through the magnetometers and they were afraid for their lives. This is America off. And it doesn't have to be this way. And I think everyone needs to put themselves in that situation and understand what's really at stake for people to come out and exercise their first amendment rights to say things and fully participate in our society and it should not be that someone second amendment rights in any way Trump those thoughts and that's the balance that truly has been lost that we need to reinvigorate and and now back into our public discourse and use this opportunity to act meaningfully reform our gun violence laws across this nation.
Ferrari now in favour of F1 engine freeze from 2022
"So on the need someone needs to make you some more space but elsewhere in the news. I suppose We should probably start with ferrari. I guess Today they have suggested that it would now back an engine freeze now. This is something that rebels been asking for because as we know home there is expected to undergo palau at the end of two thousand. Twenty one and red bulls ideal scenario that to kind of take on this the engines. But it needs an engine. Free said it doesn't have to fronts the cost of the development itself and ferrari been against this when asked previously and now it's made this year ten john. What's what's changed its mind. Maybe some ferrari engine donna figures. I twenty twenty one engine. Perhaps if you're is classic from london if you're the team in front than you'll be more than happy to freeze anything to stop your rivals have the ability to catch up. And if you'll behind you want everything you put in development totally free so you can make the the steps forward that you want Was very interesting. Ferrari of basically said that they would support a potential freeze from twenty twenty. Two still get some scope for improvement next year under certain conditions. Which are that the the all new engine that formula increasing. Whatever this new hybrid will be from. Twenty supposedly twenty-six comes forward to twenty twenty-five and efan commits heavily to sustainable fuels of this biofuel carbon recaptured fuel. Or whatever that that final full mattis but so it wants to see you. If one heading in these this direction the engines in on that front will accept a freeze on that front but then kristen hornets spike in tonight and was asked about furrer situation said he always very happy. This is really important at then said but it's important that There is freedom to develop engines in this freeze. If you're behind the to catch up so to me. That's not a freeze. So i think you know may be one of those scenarios that we have in having the coronavirus world especially with the uk government. We come out of lockdown into something. That's still lockdown. Down isn't cool to lockdown so is going to head to a scenario of an engine. Freeze isn't actually an engine.
"And welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm Charlotte bombed. I'm Lucy handsome and I'm Megan Lee. We are all of us shaped by our childhood the books and characters. We grew up with are the ones that stay with us throughout our lives and also the ones which helped us to shape ideas about ourselves and the society. We live in Palm spend a lot of time on breaking the glass slipper championing modern authors and ground-breaking characters. So we thought it was about time to devote an episode to discussing the heroines good and bad that we grew up with them. So ladies, what is the earliest heroin that you can remember having a strong attachment to it can be from a film from a book from TV anything? Who is the first time that you really remember going? That's the girl for me. Yeah, so Millions totally going to say princess Slayer, which I'm not going to say because I'm clearly crap and don't watch Star Wars, but I was thinking about this today and maybe that was because I was in waterstones and so I was surrounded by books, but I had some Enid blyton's and I read the naughtiest girl in school and I have to say that she was one of my first like heroic female characters because I just loved her. I love the fact that she was a Red Bull from the start and yeah, she had no friends and it was her fault. She had no friends. But you know, I I was with her all the way. I was like, yeah, you kicked that proof egg, but you know, I went on the journey with her and she grows as a character mean in a flight in like kudos to her. She does some real character development and Elizabeth the heroine of the of the naughtiest girl she she kind of reforms herself and grows up. Be a prefect and you know, yeah, it's a bit of a goody-two-shoes things, but she never really loses that kind of rebellious spark. She always does things her own way and and that's what really appealed to me off. Okay. I'm going to say that I'm not that predictable because I wasn't going to say princess layer. The reason was because we were trying to think of the song list heroin that I really remember having a strong attachment to and this is probably going to come out way of left field but Ducky from The Land Before Time. Do you know what I never watched that? I knew it that maybe I saw like one episode of it. So I'm all ears which one was ducky ducky song from. Well, I'm talking about the film. I've not actually seen any of the other films all the series. So, oh I knew it was a series that I just never saw it, but this is the one with the Dinosaurs in yes. Yes, so Ducky song The cute little one that's always like yep. Yep. Yep. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's right. And I I love ducky and I loved Spike and I loved their friendship and oh, yeah ducky. Yeah. I just really yucky when I was little and I still do and yeah, although home today. I actually looked it up because it had been such a long time and I could remember her voice and I could remember that you know what the character looked like and for some reason the name had gone out of my head which I felt terrible about but also I discovered something really quite horrible the the little girl who voiced ducky she died at the age of ten because her father had killed shot her mother and her and then killed himself and was really quite depressing. And so that's what I am that still line. I went down this afternoon when I was Doing my research for today's episode, which is great. Yeah, that's crazy. She was ten o horrible pool kids. Yeah, and then she cuz she was also took in All Dogs Go to Heaven, but that was really helped. Mostly. Yeah. I remember that film cried so much of that film. Yeah, me too. Anyway, sorry, I had a high and then a real low, but anyway ducky was probably yeah, the the very earliest one and if God, I think if anyone else has really early it would be Mary Lennox from The Secret Garden. I loved Mary C. I wasn't really Blown Away by them regarding they must have met it was just kind of a am effing for me. Yeah same here. Yeah didn't get it still don't I love The Secret Garden. So one of my dreams to come across the hidden garden Wilderness know it's nothing Tom's. My garden is so much better than that. Sounds good. I love that. I can I had never even thought of that before meeting you too. So, yeah. Sorry. Maybe it didn't make it to Australia. I don't know. So what about you Charlotte? Well, I'm going to show my age here. I think the first heroin that I ever remember really cutting on too and I must have been very very young was Juliet in dog Canyon. If either of you old enough to remember that, of course Canyon and the musket hands and I don't know why cuz she was so cute and like had that lovely pink dress that never got Mucky or maybe it's always just just perfect and are she I really when I was growing up, I really wanted to be Juliet from dog Canyon but when it comes to books I grew up with my parents reading the books and as leasing I would talk you about previously before we joined the discussion. It was in an era when there wasn't like young fancy children's books that you could read to kids. So you kind of got rid of adult books wage and I was read The Hobbit Wind in the Willows was red which courses very very lacking in women or female characters
Finding A Cure For Hangovers
"Everyone, it's Martin from twenty minute fitness. I'm here in San Francisco and I'm connected with season Lee founder of more laps Could you please do to yourself and Tello our audience? WHAT MORE ABSENCE? All about? Yeah. I Li- Martin having me. Yeah. Little background about myself. I was born in Korea and immigration with my family to Canada when I was nine. So I grew up in Canada did all my school here under Grad and that moved To Central Cisco right after that where it began my career as a product manager at Facebook, a couple of years through lots of different asserted destroyed I ended up in L. A. starting two thousand seventeen to start what's more laps today am what has more labs do is essentially we're stupid you company on Consumer Goods Company that makes what we call science beck supplements that combat modern-day stressors that slow you down such as fatigue poor sleep quality. Hangovers. I. Mean we referred to our products says, life products you know things that can help you hack your life be more productive than just more joy out of it and yeah, I mean like one of your hero products has been morning recovery. Maybe we can start with that product and you can tell us what actual day stressors this product actually focuses on. Yeah I mean I think the sort of DOT gr no more labs and our mission definitely evolved from morning recovery, which was the first product and basis of our company in its early days although we a lot of months where this was sort of a fun side project before it stepped into A. FULLTIME and a company with a mission, but ultimately, morning recovery think of it as their a remedy for when you consume alcohol especially if you to consume too much alcohol. So we we have it's a holistic approach though it's not a single ingredient but the hero ingredient is flavonoids called out Dha, which is an acronym. Extracted from a plant known as doses, which is also known as on Oreo, Japanese, raising tree, and product that carry the is actually quite popular in Eastern Asian culture especially create Japan, and what's interesting here is that it's got properties a speed up the breakdown of what as hell to hide, which is a highly inflammatory biproduct alcohol that's created when we rate out in our liver and so ultimately when we consume any type of liquor beer wide, ultimately, it's alcohol that we needed to break down into a civic asset fled under body but before call acidic acid, it turns into height that's actually a byproduct as much more than alcohol itself, and so all the really doing is. Acting as a catalyst to help your body break on sort of faster than that you, you didn't have a morning recovery and so at its core at you know that sort of how it works right. So basically helps me to process alcohol much quicker or my liver by that I mean, of course, and then the next day I on much faster recovered and I don't half that sensation of well hangover which for many people can be quite a few different things from nausea rain faulk to exhaustion dizziness headache CETERA, right? That's right. Yeah. Arrive at that compound yes. Oh, you know initially I mentioned through a lot of serendipitous dirty. We got two more labs and so I think It's difficult to sort of describe how we found developed the product without going through the founding story. But I, mean ultimately over decades especially in places Korea Japan, there's actually a giant industry, but that's explicit known as hangover drinks as funny as that sounds just like how energy drink is massive north. America with hero brands such as red bull monster at everybody is very familiar with personal concept over there but replace energy drink with hangover drinks. Now why? Why is that? So I mean I think a lot of it is a cultural thing and I think there's two components to it. This is just my best my best guess what is scheduled to set to drink quite a bit and so a data sources such renominated a year year actually shows that Korea especially is the number one liquor consuming country in the world. So I'll give you a statistic that's kind of mind blowing fourteen shots of liquor per week per capita in south, Korea and number two Russia at seven, and so I think this is one of those things where when people talk about worker. Party without ever actually having been to places like. China Hong Kong Japan Korea people definitely drink a much frequently and I think maybe that's also the reason why and especially because they have such a cutthroat work environment where even though the throughout the week, not just weekends next day you you have to dress up and go to work
Doug Parsons - Ride to the Hills
"To be sick of we could do out there. These nice plush Green Rolling Hills in perfect location, right? Yeah and so we got We got a bunch of the guys that come out. Basically, I told him I'm like we don't have any money this time around but if we can sell the show for next year, I'll pay you guys double to make up for Ryder that's that's a good deal, right? So We Got Red Red Bull. The next year we made sure that we on now and we. We did a three year deal with them. After that first year. But that first year we we we got the money together from sponsors. We cut a half hour TV show and fuel TV bought it, and we're off to the races. Men that is Olsen like I remember those right to the hills and that was the. Pretty much the coolest thing I'd seen. Thank you. That was. The unbelievable.
"red bull" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"And he basically took them Beith dry joins to defend. You had y'all suffering allied Joe Load in the arrows was running second as a result of that The David Gell managed to outfox rooms With the. Along I in run your controversy at Keller Netting, she must throw in the final ap so a brilliant grown, preying on all kinds of ways enjoyed watching races there the race. The I mentioned earlier at attending was European. Series. Price doesn't fourteen which Christian also famous racing. Moran's Morgan and he ended up finishing fist, and the reason for that was because you had a teammate Christian who draw the to. IGA coming into the pit lane on complications, are NBA. Exactly yes, I remember that then obviously it's my was my homegrown pre I didn't have any home gonNA bring Luanda. Unfortunately because there was a ten year break the at the REC, would rings when I was in Formula One, but anyway in the more serious, that was racing there, and hoping always for a podium, or even a race victory was going very well fought the as it is in endurance racing y'all household, so other drivers, and remember the teammates he was as you said very coming into the pits, crossing the line twice and I think we look twice surprise tool for that then and finishing chiefs unfortunate. Yeah wants his perhaps forgivable vice, maybe less so, but as you said you're required unfortunately with your timing because Iran in Formula Two dozen full justice just as the ripple ring the ring. It was then dropped off the calendar. When did you actually get to race for the first time? Did you raise much j? Yes I was racing in Formula BMW of for first time I guess and was racing. They're also in two thousand three of loose the former St Euro series. On managed to finish fifth, also fifth. Twice on fifth position, so I didn't have a the best wrestles at the at the at my home, grump race, but always loved it. I mean it's it's great circuit drive. almost gives you great racist. Because a lot of shaking possibilities, especially in the categories missold the slip. Scream You can have their, so it's it's great. And Christian has he has it changed that much over the years you mentioned the ten years that it wasn't on the Formula One calendar, but In two thousand fourteen was was he been massively rebranded as the Red Bull Ring, love investment from rebel, going around the track, but the actual cirque itself. The layout wasn't wildly different to what happened before. No, what's was actually the same same layout. Always the new asphalt was much better more a higher higher grip asphalt there. The curbs were a little different but the layout itself was. was the same as it was into the via. And those curbs of the plight of havoc over the years I'm thinking Daniel Caveat crashing in qualifying. What was that Twenty fifteen? He sixteen round then. What are they like the racist? You've done with with those kneecaps in how the? How's that affected things? I mean the crops their half now the pretty flat and because they used to track hold so lot for motorcycle to so they have to find a compromise and obviously turn one but also up a turn to. A lot of runoff area to be able to make sure you know people don't run. Run off the exit of the corners too much invented this. Sausage curbs there which I think dimmer pretty good especially for formula cars. in really shows the limit. Let's say off the racetrack. Not so much for for Chijika. You can just run over it, so it's a bit more tricky there, but the way Detroit is now on the corpse to have installed a I quite like it. Wait is because it shows really okay. That's the limit of a track. Hugo more you break damage to cars on a that's the limit. Last loss were hoping to get another GT three drive. In the series, as it was, then, when that fell three ended up, doing quite a bit of drive touching with Porsche, the red beret one the makes. That you see when people becoming bed, you'll coaching. As on etc. It's one of those circuits the. People look at an on a map. It looks quite simple, but one of the really common mistakes that people make. A basic is just going in too deep into the corner so. You have to maximize maximize your exit of the. After caller is always a long straight saw. You know you have to have to hit your breaking point perfectly, get apex perfectly and then make sure you have really good accent and most of the time people just wanting to much going too often to the corners and and. Just fuck out the exit basically and have have a bad the Bedouin on the on the next straight, and that's the same in informed one. That you have the WHO hit that apex, twenty one on three just perfectly. Otherwise you lose a lot of time. the way up long straights. Is An interesting one, isn't it? Because the getting rid of all the gravel when replacing it with a canoe must lull drive is false sense of security. That doesn't really matter if you read. Why does he say it's? Not, accuracy, I think is all the more important having Exactly! It's a very short lab. There's not that many corners that can make a difference so usually. All the cars and all the drivers are very close together. It's all in the details and. You have to maximize You know really every tense and hit every a X. perfectly, and as I said, stood new tracks size that we have since years now with all these big Ronald areas, which is great for safety bought. It also means that you know. Mean that there's no real limits at at the exit of the corners, and even if you make a mistake. It's dangerous so basically your own the to make a difference for good drivers pipping between the best drives I mean that's not the case in former one, because still very very good of its For example into this racing where you have pros and amateurs. Amoco's, it's much easier if they have. A is a lot of runoff because Donald. Skip the credit. As inch. That's an interesting point. You mentioned anchorage and he's actually GonNa. Throwback to an earlier episode of the race I've focused that we recorded talking about Jackie Stewart and his his. He's race in my life and I do urge any listeners focused I haven't checked the go in and listen to the rates of my life series I, but it's interesting. He said talking about. It was really satisfying to get a win there. Because the other drivers he pouts weren't quite so good. The gap the gaps the gaps are smaller because there were fewer corners. It was my CPA sector, etc, so how satisfying is it when you know that you've done this extra bit travel at the red? Bull ring POPs monitor as well. If you go on a shorter lab, just to just to take you clear with the opposition. Yes? It's it's A. It's a really good feeling. If you get perfect, let out and A..
"red bull" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Drives flow the from the car there to release a little earlier obviously if he changes to the front wings well to sort of. Enhanced that fact as a little cats out in the trailing edge the. the front wing of sits a little bit lower down as well so these are all tools again to. Essentially set at the flow of the rest. The car I think it's easiest. Leave it. Leave it like that Be Nice little changes or changes to the bachelors as well. We didn't get pictures them until ensued today. Really, but they're tiny little ceratinly. They've added JUSTA. They create the tools in front of it. And then if there's any sort of straggling, left behind the front ties than they've got these little tools to keep the taxes, keep everything away from the underbody in. Yeah. You have much greater downfalls by doing that. So yeah, there were few changes at random as well. But slightly worrying on the bourgeoisie front that was a piece of cardboard appeared to be. That fell off Esteban's car an F. B. One which he had to come in early and things look. Yeah Nice advertising for Dupont there as well 'cause it was that part of the barge board that was just resting on the track. Free advertising for them as well. And our wherever Dupont does, other versions are available I'm sure now let's move on to our next tech focus for this episode, which is at Red Bull which was paying particular attention to the floor on the obvious thing was not drink. There was a little bit of a fury last week when they've done their shakedown for a full Laura for Ferrari mild smatterings of discussion on the Internet maybe else hyping out with a little bit with the Ferrara they what they've done is they've put some little fins on the the edge of the floor. And people can do that in a in a filming day. They allowed. The is is part of the car is something they back-to-back tested? So I think it was a stopped car that had the fins on and albums car didn't. Obviously. The effects against each other Adele how much data they would have got one. Both drivers work doing their best to spin the car at various into during the day, but we'll see tomorrow with that. She put on full qualifying not but the tools to bring airflow around three at this time essentially keep the fees or a bit more protected about see away interesting you mentioned. Those spins for slapping spinning at term. Term. One in F, one album spinning at someone enough pizza because we saw that happen on a number of occasions that wins testing, think back to another lifetime free corona, virus, or well just as the virus pandemic was sadly accelerating the the report deco off the track on several occasions during testing. Now they insist the Bosque Masters happened about these in Australia remember I. Actually went to a race before. Everything happened in it. Pretty cure tend to go on site. Just citing never took place. regular listener to the podcast will know that. I'm very bitter about this. But. He insisted that there was no inherent problem. It was just because it was windy. At Barcelona was one of one of the mornings it was wet and that was another contributing factor, but. It has happened again as soon as they're running again at the red bull ring. Both drivers have leapt the music scene around. So is there any indication of what could be causing that I? Mean you could catch on the face for they were just pushing a little bit too hard. So Alex suggested when he got out the car, but it does seem that under your, which is of rotation when it's turning, does wash out a little bit and. You One. Way To suggest that red bull car would lose grip doing that because we know, it's an Adri new philosophy and each one of the greatest tack minds for when one is ever seen and he has me criticizing his one of his designs, but A dentist got an inherent problem with that. Just it doesn't look typically comfortable in the hands. Maybe it's a little bit a little bit, particular bit highly strong, and just when you put too much steering lock into it. It just doesn't respond to it too much and it snaps. I think we'll see tomorrow. They'll be doing the hot laps in EPI three They'll be pushing a little bit more if there are more more spins than probably maybe a little bit of a cool. Concern. Again. They've just been testing things out. And it might of on the way they wanted it to just let you know when it comes to the Hungarian. Grand Prix three on reorganized calendar. We're going to be doing a particular. Is podcast looking the Ferrari which of course is very upbringing? A massive update package to trophy transform their fortunes at for the season so. That's for that's for the future. Of course now let's have a look at what we think. We saw the Times told us or the information we had available with all the caveats that they may be on percent wrong with that, and what fuel is. Drivers were running well engineers they were in. Let's. This is what we think. Potentially could happen in the race based on what we saw on Friday, and for anyone, hoping that another team would be out to stop. Mercedes sadly appears as they as was boldly. Forecast that in fact they taught the two practice sessions. They are quickest on all fronts, and by a pretty hefty margin must be said at the start of the race will be expecting front to start on the soft tyres. Ferrari does appear. It can track Mercedes on that rubber. The problem was they NFP to Sergio. Perez beat Sebastian veteran. The qualifying simulations, says your parents in the racing point, of course, so that's the other point of this Nancy's racing points pacing testing appears to be real, and it's going to cause Ferrari and red bull some serious headaches, which of course pleasing to Mercedes hands, even further so, Jake. What did you make racing point today? I'm really happy to see another team. Potentially it in the podium placings because philosophy. Season's been this Mercedes Ferrari. Ripple triumvirate of. Podium? Scores. and obviously we know when the car is good, and when conditions are right, said Jay Perez can be on the podium on a smattering vacations, but good is it to see that he might potentially have a car that can do own more than just a fluke. A call that can on merit potentially you know, get in the mix. You know if bought as having an off day for example. Peres could be one..
"red bull" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Prix and the twenty twenty season is finally underway. Cars have hit the track. Their practice sessions at this weekend's race at the Red Bull Ring and that meant new pieces new faces while returning face comes west demand, according to new face in terms of Nicholas, Latifi and F, one Grand Prix particularly focusing on those new pieces new bits on the cars means that joining me today, go to everything we learned is also sports technical editor Jake books so leg. How're you? Jake I'm in very good spirits It's so nice to have a racing back. Yeah, I mean obviously. NASCAR, indycar and stuff, but nothing beats. Getting stuck into a form in one weekend. And obviously with SPEC series as well I can't look at everything in minute detail, an analyzer SPEC series must be awful for technical editor in terms of especially one focus, narrow dynamics. Yeah, exactly the problem with that, is you just everything's inside a car? And he currently seal's going on, so you have to make incredibly wild and slightly less informed guesses. Much like we did it formula. Test Lots of space and another reason why you were in high spirits, because you've just sub edited and got ready to publish my Friday feature, which we will come on and discuss. It was as if I do say so myself. Some of my finest work, not so stressful and Wrong, but we should say we should say and there was spreadsheets again so house. pitchy. Right well, let's get an the on. Sorry, we're wasting. Everybody's time and what it's supposed to be. Bites US the headline. We're GONNA start with what happened on track and we're GONNA. Come to the new stuff at the very end of the episode, but the headlines Ako AIDS from the on track action is the Mercedes topped EPI one to with a one two in each session, Lewis Hamilton the world champion leading the way. Way Occasions picking up where it left off pretty much Mercedes. But what about the car itself that w? Now? We know it's what I think having seen it now on track a fantastic livery. He's been chosen specifically highlight motorsports problem with diversity and the the push for racial equality around the ball. Nicer Lord who aim is absolutely fantastic I think that Mercedes have done that and to see it on track it comes. With a bonus really that it just looks so down good. The differences are more than paint deep because their new pieces on the wfan. There are indeed so I'm going to start at the back this usually okay through the front wing, an wet, my way through the COBB I'm going to start from this time because. Mix Up. Let's start doing new rear wing and plates. It's never or something that they brought midway through the season, and it's a they've stuck with, but what they've done is made a change to these slightly overhanging strikes you see on the rear wing end plates where it flares out is is that of manage flow coming off the back of the car? What you have is you have to diffuse the way the visa works is through massive amount of suction. So if you can expand that diffuses out, and then you have more suction, therefore, you have more downforce from the floor. What those were hanging straits do so pushes at outwards behind the tire, and said maximizes that low pressure zone behind the car. You have a lot more brand downforce from the floor. What they've done is they've move. They strikes even further forward so the they can begin that progressional earlier and make a little more gradual was well or help. Clean up the floor on the railway as well. The main plane flap is is slightly. Straighter edged at thoughts, Nostra specific design or not, they will say opened their cooling as if this of learn from the lessons of last year where it was unexpectedly hot in Australia. Mercedes turned up. Going of cooling for this Sir Stirling engines down, they were slightly uncompetitive. I don't think they'll have that problem this weekend. Because the weather's a bit if he better safe than sorry, a spouse is is the mantra. An is also a little few new flicks on the The bulkhead it just in front of the driver so well that things it's pulling airflow down around the tops of the barge boards, and just sort of helping to improve the flame front in the flu so again, if some detail changes the not massive changes there was also a little change to the rare that the diffusers Welsh to go those rear. Rear play changes, but just a few little bits and pieces from sadie. We know how much they love. Listening to marginal gains approach when it comes to updates and stuff so again. This is just businesses normal for them just to quickly touch on on on the weather. As you mentioned, Jake was in there was a little bit of a reigning f P. One that forced. It seemed all the cars. Come back into the. The pits intermediates were on the driver's immediately inform their teams. Those intermediates were utterly useless. Track was offensively by dry, but it didn't rain a little bit, but that just means basically Mercedes shouldn't have any worries when it comes to cooling and indeed Lewis Hamilton's reset on last night's forecaster, said the twenty twenty. The W eleven Mercedes design has incorporated. The issues struck in Australia, last year, and this other reliability concerns around cooling. Cooling, so it shouldn't be affected anyway. It was very hot so moving onto the next tech development. WE'RE GONNA go to Reynaud and what? They called a triple update package they put on their car from testing which incorporates what would have been on the early season races that was sadly washed away by the pandemic, so yes, Jake I think the most notable one was a new front wing is going with the sort of. The Ferrari philosophy that they'd brought in France last year where they squash the footplate, a little bit and introduce a tiny, little thin, and so over the top. You're able to push airflow around the front ties a little bit more easily. You have more tools to do that job by squashing afoot. Play down a little bit more you can. You can release that the vortex that created like the little tornado that's developed by footplate..
2020 F1 season: No reverse grids for double-headers
"Talked about this last week, but it's been confirmed now that reverse grids will not be happening at the double header this year because Toto Wolff is not into them. He's apparently the only dissenting voice that required unanimity and Formula One fell one short as a shame authority I thought he would be an all for that. You know he's talked about these issues in the one where? He has provided on things for the greater good. Decisions that may not necessarily be the best for for his team, so in this instance. Sort of gone against that one little bit hasn't even as given three reasons which we didn't have last week, so let's consider them three very specific reasons, reason number one that is formula a meritocracy and this would be a gimmick. Which look I understand on one level because it is very arbitrary, just reverse secret especially when there is such a big performance disparity I mean. Let's be honest. That means Williams is going to be starting on the front row with agreed every double header. And that does look a bit silly. When the wheels of Folding Company and they've decided. Yeah, but I, I think people are now beginning to unravel an inherent problem with qualifying represents. Your qualifying at the Front of the grid to get. Not even to get ahead. What is qualifying? Is it to get a head start on the foster 'cause, or is it basically an order of which you'll car is better than everyone. Else's so therefore you also get more of a headstart than everyone, but then I'm going to be able to catch you anyway, and then therefore you know. Come the groom furry. We don't have a spectacle of saying the best car. We. We literally say the best car being the car, and while that might be nice for Lewis. Hamilton NFL bought has depending on the time of day. It. The rest of the shark doesn't it doesn't really matter so everyone's having a bit of an existential cross whether pay a boiling it down so well. Is this entertainment or sport that we're after? Wouldn't it be? Form One, just adopt the model of trading itself as the ultimate speed comparison. They have it some grown pretty well. You do all this relations on practice actually with wile, maybe Rendu like a sprint rice ingred order not in reverse order, and then just figure out how long how much quicker the Mercedes than the red bull, how much quicker the red believes in the Ferrari and just. Just place them several laps pot, and so the idea is that on the final lap they'll end up crossing the line at about the same time, and you'll have a great. Fini the other thing is i. think everyone has caught up with the history of what qualifying is I mean people always do the direct comparison of all man as instead of had x amount of pole position. We Wanna piece on that sort of history well. Things evolve and and things change. So you know we we you capable of open open-minded Tim's of what? The one he's going to look like. Prey not the qualifying lap.
"red bull" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"If you're not a premium member all right so that being said I think it's time to switch gears for bryce menzies and you know bryce kind of hanging out here in studio and I gotTa Say Bryce. You're walking in here. What a hundred thousand dollars richer. Never a bad thing. No my my pockets are a little heavy this morning It's not every day that you get to go Race for a An off road race. One hundred thousand dollars. So my hat's off the king of the Hammers for putting on one One heck of a race in It's crazy what they do on out there at the lake bed so it's cool to see so I gotTa Ask. You said your pockets a little heavy. You didn't pull mark McMillan because he said on the podium master dude this hundred k. That's GONNA throw one big party like I think it was all gone before they ever left. Koa so you actually kept the money around a little bit right We'll see where we're going to do. Definitely a big team party They're the whole reason why we kind of win these races. It's crazy how many people it takes to go to win one of these desert races. These days We usually bring around. You know forty fifty people so You know we'll go through a little celebration party and then Put some money back into the the racing so we can go win some more racist. Why do we got? We got so much to talk about but I wanNA talk one of the big things. Is You talk about the team and stuff like that. I know you've been very fortunate you've race for for quite a while now but I mean you know you brought Oregon. What you've been with you about a year year and a half now. I can't remember but I mean you brought in one of the top co-drivers I would say in North America hands down. Man I mean how. How is that been for your team? I mean I know you guys have known each other but I mean he's legit when you go to something especially in the rocks. Koa UTV's but even this let's bring into the table for you. What's different about your dynamic that you've got yeah I think when you talk about co-driver you really have to kind of check all the boxes. I mean you're in the car with a guy for sometimes sixteen hours. Twenty four hours You know you really have to have a good connection and really trust that guy so When I was looking around for a code writer Orrin popped up and we started talking and I was friends with them before. We started racing together and always just love the type of guy that he was he was just even kill always always wanted to have a good time always had a good attitude on him. And you know once. We put him in the truck and started kind of working together. It seemed like we clicked right away with our personalities You know when things happened. It seems like I always get frustrated. And getting my head and and Kinda get down and and it's good to have him sitting next to me to be that voice of reason to to kind of calm me down. He's always even Keel. Whether we're getting flats or have any type of issue that trucks so putting them in whether it's You know the the T. One of the trophy truck or the UT race I just feel the most comfortable with him and he's also putting in the effort. He's putting in the work nowadays and You know offroad racing you have to have a guy that could change your tire within a minute thirty. Which is insane. But that's what these races are coming down today so I'm lucky to have that guy sitting next me and we have one hell of a time doing that for sure. You know it's funny. You mentioned a minute thirty like do and you've been around the sport for for quite a while now like you. That's insane it used to be like you'd get a flat and he was five six minutes. Whatever you know and it's like you said a minute thirty. That's that's so lightning-quick. Especially with forty inch tires and the weight and you know and it's funny because watching the livestream tire changes are happening so quick out there they'd be like oh so and so dropped back a little bit and they'd be like. I wonder why and then all of a sudden they're like oh they changed chases tire and like you guys are changing tire. So quick like the livestream doesn't even realize you guys changed them because they're out of the truck back in the truck before before licensing even catch up with with what's going on man like to me that's crazy and you gotta think that it's just some of the top teams of the drivers. Don't even get out of the trucks these days so I don't even get out of their truck when a flat. I hit the Jack Button. I I manage the Jack from inside the truck He jumps out. And I mean like you said those forties tires the rooms they weigh upwards to one hundred twenty one hundred and forty pounds some of those things so for him to just throw that thing around like it's nothing and he's not a huge tall big guy so he puts in the work in. And that's what all these coders Kinda gotta do. Nowadays is It's almost their full time. Job is to Just go ride. Workout train Practices stuff because you know when you look at this stuff. We're we're dumping a lot of money into it. Our our partners dumping a ton of money and do it to go racing into win these races and You know I think they expect and we expect to have the best guy sitting next to us and that can get those tires done as quickly as possible. Or if we have a mechanical problem inside the truck Have that guide knowledgeable. Be Able to fix it on the fly so it. It's kind of wild like you're saying you know during the Koa trace you know they're saying Andy. Oh you had an issue drawback twenty eight seconds or thirty seconds or whatever and that's just a a tire chain it's crazy. How fast you guys are doing it nowadays. That like what you're saying is you don't even know that we're getting flats because we're back on the road. We might not even lose the position because we could change these higher so fast now. Yeah it's it's nuts talking about that you and Andy at a dude. It was something to watch there for a while and you know and obviously he ended up having what happened to him but dude it was use a driver that had been pretty fun when you're battle with that guy. Obviously you guys have been teammates down to Baja. You know each other. Well you guys are both sponsored by Red Bull. Same tire partner. You know what I mean like in both in all wheel drive trucks like that has to be fun for you as a driver to have a wicked battling that. Yeah a Akina Hammers. When I qualified I was second I knew I know. That's where he likes to. He likes to hunt and I like to be out front like to set the pace and kind of clean air. I like dealing with us that much And I knew with the two gap that they they put for the starting position there. That's kind of a little bit of a disadvantage because it leaves him two minutes to clean air to catch up to me so kind of my game plan was. I always make this game. Plan is to take you know the first lap and a half easy and then kind of really see where we're at and From the GEICO. I just wanted to hold them within. Try to hold them within those two minutes. And at this race we have no There's only pretty much one remote hit. So that's only the time that we get time splits. So when I'd come through on the I lab He was twenty seconds ahead of me. And I'm like man you know. We're we're pushing pretty good. We're clicking pretty good I got one flat. It kind of gave him a little gap caught up on me and I knew on that second lap that we were going pretty good in in. He got a flat so gave me about thirty second lead going into one and I was pushing still pretty hard. 'cause I knew us on my tail and I knew that racist. It's three hundred miles but It's probably one of the rockiest. Gnarliest UP Hills Races that you could put on tire so for us are playing. Was this stop every lap and put rears on and then if we needed to one of the lobster put fronts on and coming through about lap and a half. I believe it was. We heard Andy. put it on its LID Which is a bummer. 'cause we had such fun race going it was it was going back and forth on time and we were putting a bunch of time on everybody else so after you know. He kind of topped over. I got the Times from Luke McMillan. Who was third at that time and He was over six minutes down. So we kinda backed it down and crews from there but first half of the race was An ALL OUT BATTLE THEY INDIANA. It's fun to go race like that. It makes you a challenge yourself. Challenge the truck and When we got that flat Like I said Orne did in a minute thirty or something like that and I thought he was going to get around this but he must add a problem as well so clean. Clean Air all day which is always nice. Well it which leads me to talking about. You know you guys kinda running out front and we gotTA talk the. All wheel drive tool drive thing. But here's a question. Kind of is my lead him like. I haven't driven it all wheel trophy truck. I've I've driven wheel drive ones in in those. You gotTA drive pretty committed or they don't quite work right but with the all wheel drive rally cars. I've driven and stuff like that and I know talking with guys like Kyle Duke. Obviously you've driven approach four plenty but they don't really work right you can't lay up a big lead and it doesn't really matter because if you go you try and run ninety percent. The truck just doesn't work right right now. I know rally cars the same way as is the all wheel drive trophy truck kind of the same way like you get out front and you. You really can't even though you've got this big gap layup because a truck just won't work right. I mean you kind of because I've never driven bryce kind of take us through that I mean you you've got to be pretty committed in them though right for them to to hook up. Yeah I think once you kind of get in all wheel drive truck and learn learn the vehicle that is definitely right like in the corner. You can't be halfway on the throttle order quarter on the throttle. 'cause the rear spins a little bit faster than the front so There is a lot to learn with those trucks and I think with kind of me racing pro for before I got into trophy truck and then Into an all wheel drive trophy. I think that really helped but there is that little bit of ballet. Let's put it. It's funny that you said that on the third lap we actually backed it off and tried to conserve and in played smart and save the truck and Kind of what? We found that we were actually burning more fuel doing that Which was surprising. But that's kind of the game is is with these drive. Trucks momentum is the key keeping everything spinning But the game has changed. I mean like I say everybody. The the first time that I realized I needed a four wheel drive trophy truck was I wanNA say forget. What year was fifteen or sixteen and I drove a razor for the first time down in Mexico on the crossover road and I drove half of it and you'll drive and then I put it in. Fort will drive and drove the other half and I said if you could build a real drug trophy truck hands down. It would destroy the to drive competition no matter what and it seems like. That's what's getting to these trucks or you know you gotta think you have four tires connected to the ground at all times compared to to You have that much more. Traction you have that less of wheelspin for hurting tires for fuel. So I think the game was for longtime was to try to get the equipment to live and the technology to be at the standard that it can withstand thousand miles of the most brutal terrain and and Truck Abuse. You could put on something. So it's cool to see the level of our sport get to It's hard 'cause it's costing so much more money now with Development bringing these squirrel drives in. But that's sport has its We're in the unlimited class and whatever you could bring in your ratio I think everybody's trying to push the bar and see where it technologies take nowadays. When I think it's interesting you mention that because I wanNA compare trucks to Formula One cars. Formula One's even got rules. You know you you look at that car. You've been there there's rules they're like you know even these major that are supposed to be open. Kinda run. What you Brung Pike's peak. Probably the only thing left that I know that is wide wide open trophy truck really on a technologies standpoint due to its can stand on its own in the world just because there really are no rules even the other unlimited like I said if Formula One there's rules their trophy truck. There is none of us your best. You know you get your best minds in engine ears and whatever they can design you can actually go in and race. It and I think that's what For sure that's what keeps my dad coming back His mind's always spending and win You know two years before. We even started building our first four wheel drive. That's all he talked about was blind from the helicopter. And seen you know. Slow down for ditches and then come back out and just watch the rear tire spin and I believe it was Vegas to Reno Where we got. I think it was like eight flats or something and my dad like this is ridiculous. Were building the four wheel drive and You know that's really what's helped our team. Kinda grow is is my father being a part of it and He's not in the day in day in and day out activity of Watching the prep.
Eventbrite: Julia Hartz
"There's a famous quote by Warren Buffett about his investment strategy when he looks for investment opportunities. He looks for quote Economic Castles. Protected by UNBREACHABLE MOATS SO. In other words huge companies have scale that can withstand or even quash any potential competitor in getting over. That mode is meant to be hard and sometimes the only way to penetrate. The castle isn't by crossing the drawbridge but by going raeside sort of like the way monosso. Bhargava launched five hour energy. If you heard that episode you might remember that when Minoshe got started. The energy drink market was dominated by red bull and monster. There was no way as small upstart like his was going to compete with. The big guys is for shelf space so instead of marketing. Five hour energy drink minnows. Turn it into a different kind of product and energy shot and before his competitors could even react. He'd created a whole new kind of product in the energy drink industry and in kind of a similar way when Julia and Kevin Hart's decided to get into event ticketing. The obvious competition of course was a massive company called ticketmaster a company with lots of control over large events at stadiums and arenas virtually Kevin noticed. That ticketmaster wasn't all that interested in small and medium-sized events. And when they saw that opportunity they realized it could be their way across the moat that ticketmaster around the ticketing business and while is still the biggest player in the ticket. Space event. Bright is no slouch today. Fourteen years since it was founded event. Bright is a publicly traded with a market cap of nearly two billion dollars for for. Julia hearts much from her early life suggested she become an entrepreneur in fact growing up in Santa Cruz. California. She was really into broadcast journalism and apply to college thinking. She eventually get into television.
Super Bowl LIV fan base: What to expect for 49ers-Chiefs
"Which teams fan base. Have you seen show up in larger volume for this super bowl. The chiefs the forty nine. It's really interesting when the chiefs chiefs won that game against the Texans. I mean incredible game right. I'm sorry I didn't start going. We've both been credible Adam Schefter we saw a huge pop from chiefs fans when the niners beat the packers. We saw kind of a large base of people people purchasing tickets. But not as big. What's happened over the last few days however is that niners fans are starting to flood it? They've got the notification for the price alert And so I flew in yesterday from San Francisco where I live in eighty percent of the flight must have been Garoppolo or Eric. Sure Era Richard Sherman jerseys an and so. I think it's going to be fifty fifty in the stadium going to be hard to tell because it's GonNa be a lot of red bull's dream crusher. That's that's right so it'll be fascinating to see but I think I think these are both phenomenal fan.
Sounders supporters group walks out to protest ejection of leader for displaying Iron Front flag
"Leaving a big empty is section in the usually full stands group of Sounders FC supporters walked out of Sunday's game apparently over politics almost Romero explain the Sounders be the New York red bulls forty two but behind the scenes of struggle over what's considered political the team's biggest group the Emerald City supporters left at halftime reportedly after fan was ejected for waving and iron front flag three Aeros going the same direction inside a circle according to the ECS website the flag means anti fascist anti racist always Seattle but to the Sounders the flag is considered political and against its fan code of conduct head coach Brian Smith Sir both sides need to train you know find a solution to the conflict I support both sides I see both sides the band has also made waves that matches in Portland and LA Romero
Survivor 39 Preseason Interviews: Vokai Tribe
"Some more interviews from Fiji with the man who went down to get them all with the cast of survivor thirty nine. Please welcome back great friend Joshua Josh how are you. I'm fantastic. We Are we are. We are changing beaches today. We are changing weeks and beaches all in one go. It's such an exciting time here in the IOI preseason. He's in now that it is finally upon us time three day. Three of our interview series days but yes yes. We're going to be hearing. Ah Josh is five interviews with the alphabetical first half of the vote try. That'll be Jamal Janet and Jason. Yeah a lot of Jay's lots of Jay's all the days of the season. Were put on FOCI. I I have noticed that about survivor like if there's two Kelly's Odyssey's in they'll throw both of the Kelly's onto the care. They really don't like they're like I don't care if there's four people with the first name starting with j on the same tribe and none on the other one we don't. We don't need to make this easy for you. We believe your ability to follow along. Yeah survivor never playing. They'd never played the audience like they're dummies right. It's up to them then to figure things out and you're a purple. Oh Kelly Era Boston. Rob Your Z. Yeah exactly all right. So did you like being robbed. See would if you could have done differently if you could go back. Would you change anything. I would change a lot being robbed not high on the list not high on the analyst but we'll see maybe if I play again maybe Boston Rob will be coach and then he released the test on what I should you. Of course we part. One and two of this interview is series with the Leroy tribe. Those were all very fun but Josh we're going to get into the vote Kyw. Try anything you want to say. The name like Giora More Mont because 'cause I know you want to vote yeah doesn't that it's more fun to say that yeah all right. Josh anything big picture about L. Jam focused slowly absolutely I think I said on the Lyra tribe podcasts that and certainly Mike and I talked about it too in the in the podcast we did together. You're going to that beach to Lyra beach like we were just like we were trying very hard not to like crack up in front of the actual contestants really keep a low profile. Oh file and they were not making it easy for us. Boakye was a different story not that it wasn't highly enjoyable to go and check out this tribe in action and they were just actually in action whereas Lyra was lying down in their shelter doing their best to just like stand up comedy us to death the members of Boakye much more taking the game seriously and taking the survival aspect seriously worker worker bees all over buzzing around all over the places aces. They're chopping Bam boo. They were working on their shelter which was already pretty impressive for day to both shelters were pretty impressive for two and just moving around. I and getting things going and working on figuring out how to find like the best supplies that'll help you. Brush your teeth things like that and things like that so that was that was really the experience. Just seeing people already get into like that daily. Grind of survivor living and I think that there are allied. God Really Fun people on this tribe as well but I do think that there's almost like a little bit more of like a serious mindedness. Maybe to some of these people so I I thought that that was an interesting distinction that I kind of felt that way about a lot of these people individually anyway and to see that that division between the two tribes is one is sort of like the really whimsical group then the other group that isn't just like stone cold serious but they were just like kind of getting to work and there's a lot of work to be done out. There and we ourselves have have a lot of work to do right now all right up. I is going to be Dan Josh show. What can you tell us about Damn yes. Dan is a talent manager. Originally from New York is currently in. La as he'll tell you he's had a few brushes with survivor in the past few near casting incidents himself off your definition of winning that I think is going to be different from your definition of winning. Hill articulate that in the interview that we did but he'll also he'll chart history with how he got into his industry. How he got into his his particular position within his industry. there will be some stories about soda that I think will will will be ironic in the light of another interview coming up later in this ferry podcast so we'll just we'll touch those two things back when we get to the moment but other than that let's turn it over to. Dan as again mother Corner Office. Dave really done well by either. I'm Josh Josh. I'm Dan Nice to meet you. Grab a seat. Join me in my very fancy. They love it lovely cubicle the SPIEL. I'll give you a no hands on the table. Yes because otherwise otherwise you are free to do anything and everything you're heading to yeah you can do that. I mean like the Canary can tell people Wisconsin on as he banged his head on. That's my God Dan yes. What are you doing out here. What am I doing out here. What I'm doing here here I guess is the way I've the way I've come to it. Now is like my Mount Everest right like in the last you know. This is my thing that have read about. It was really cool. In the last twenty years there have been five five thousand people who climb to the top of Everest. Both there have been what less than five hundred sixty you played this game and I guess there's less than thirty seven or thirty seven eventually won it right so it's I think we look for challenges in life and I have no interest in frostbite and oxygen deprivation. Well maybe this and then like maybe helpers whereas zero no telling you frostbite oxygen deprivation. I've watched those documentaries. No you're going on. This is my Mount Everest. This is my this is my kind of challenge. Calendar fits. Everything about who I am and how I lived in what I've done and it's just to me is like that's it. This is the this is the amount I want to climb this mountain yeah so tell me who who you are. What you've done that makes this your Everest then a lot of the last twenty years I run a talent management company actors and and and did it from. I did the famous you know you were attorney thinking that you'd be you know maybe entertainment trying to clients conciliatory kind of thing and you'd be their protector and you're just shuffling paperwork in. WanNa kill yourself and so you know did the famous quit that and got a job you know unbeknownst to me where the first they had to do was. I was told that those to hold every floor the three floors of this building have a fridge in has you know free it's snapple and diet coke and coke and seven up and diet seven up and in Red Bull anti-rebel a great. She's like the storerooms there so each fridge has them like I'm putting that shit in the fridges so yeah to start and then come back when you're done and how's he really didn't give it about what you've done before this business yeah but yes. I've been doing that for twenty years and coaxing frigid exactly how having and move I just. I'm so good at that why you think they would have promoted me by now. I just love the way that the the temperature is always fill the bottles Donald Alternative label facing you get a job job at some point though they're going to believe in me and give me a shot okay so they gave you a shot event. They gave me a shot pretty quickly and the funny thing is the place that I did that. I left and came back to but now I own it so it is pretty neat to be the guy in the office. Talk about planning the flag and the summit. That's very cool. I am in the office in which I had to put a semi ripe banana and a copy of USA Today on the desk of twenty years ago. It does really when you wake up in the morning. That's gotTa feel good. It is really neat to go to that is a nice big office with a huge massive deck and that's pretty rare and so yeah it feels feels really good is it's. It's been a fantastically successful ride and and I think you know my father gave me a great piece of advice but you know you take your twenties figuring out what you WanNa do in your thirties getting really really good at it in your forty s making lots of money. Doing it and you're getting out of it yeah so I'm in I'm in the I'm in the thirty. s doing very get about getting the next decade you make a Fortune Ottaway fortune and then you've got six years to figure out how to make money got plenty of your the window is coming all right yeah so you're you're enjoying what you're doing. Love what I'm doing but you're also enjoying taking a break from it for a couple of weeks at least a couple of months. It's forty five days when lose it's a little terrifying. I mean definitely the the only fear I have isn't isn't losing per se but his losing and not having purposeful existence I have to find a new purposeful existence post vote which I do not anticipate but the post merge jury vote as perfectly fine right as this probably for most people though I anticipate and expect to vinyl three and family visit family visits a big highlight for me because they've allowed me to have my thirteen year old son. My family visit shows history. They've had a minor who needs it to be traveled with. Someone be the van. He's a he. We've watched it a massive survivor fan and we've watched it since he was four dream and so he's gotta hit the loved ones. I mean if I can somehow tell people that look honestly vote me. I thought me out that don't vote me out that night. Get into eight or nine lead us to. I don't care just get me to eight or whatever eight seven whatever number that is. That's a very big you know when you have the visualize where you want to be a big visualization for him running out from behind the bamboo who in the you know it's a big thing for me so excited about that. How did all of all of your work lead to survivor to this being the challenge. If you've been a fan of the show for a long time and the funny thing was that first stocking the fridge job I wasn't a kid you know so I was twenty eight right and and that was the first year of survivor yeah and so we both started together you know humble beginnings of the my first year was not quite as Momentus as survivors but I've I've literally watched the show you know grow and change as I've grown in change has been kind of interesting in different ways but so I've been a fan ever since and I think it was a combination of just different life events where you know talking to the TV screen for the fourteenth. I've just just apply for this thing and finally life you know. It looked like why aren't applying for this this thing and funny enough we had taken a vacation in Fiji partly welcome back. I know but partly because they had filmed here and so I think part in the back of my mind I didn't go to I I don't know where we are and have no idea where you are but in the back of my mind I think it was like wondering why they started to hint that they're saying I think it was the second time they filmed here. So I came here. Maybe the third three years ago and three years ago I would have been probably the first year that they were right to the season second against season they filmed here and I think indicated they were coming back or there was blogging or whatever so we took vacation here and it was so nice like okay because I think I had a little bit fear of I don't WanNa go to Cambodia and like I don't WanNa be bitten by. It was rough out there. I mean there are parts of that's not the advantage of their lords.
"red bull" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"I could see n._b._s. Doing this lawsuit like i drank the red wings bullshit. He starts doing scam. Lawsuit pumpkin spice was so hot to me all right not a scam lawsuit the hot coffee well that was yeah. I saw that documentary yeah. What do you think he's still not a scam. I think it's not a scam really yeah. Why not give room for the scam the idea that it could have been a scam. We're talking about the woman who was handed coffee. So hot for mcdonald spilled it on herself. She got third degree earns. Yeah hundred legs you think not a scam very very bad burns jeffries an insane credibly blay high temperature was it that she the the cup made her drop it or she had her hand. She dropped. It happened to be hot. I don't know i don't know the enquiring minds yeah. He's like ju wait. Didn't you represent mcdonald's in a similar case. I do feel like red. Bull has too much money for the product that they sell like that. That's one of the things that makes me suspicious of them. Is this a drug yeah. Absolutely like is it just made of garbage garbage ingredients. Is it a drug front because like it's i get that it's popular but like they own so much shit and they have like entire you you know teams music studios t._v. studios. It's like lech shouldn't be possible while they they did what kind of revenue they pulled old in two thousand seventeen. Was that seven point three nine billion dollars is billion bedbug bill. Wait is it mostly off of the drink or is it is. Is it off of the other stuff. I'm not sure i mean i don't know what they they sponsor a lot of stuff so. I'm not sure what people are like the products they sellers essentially just the a drink shrinking read but i don't know anyone who drinks it on the regular right. People who work raves like me yeah. I used to have to drink so much and and that's another thing red. Bull didn't give me fucking wings either. It's only this fucking kirkland signature colebrook. Get your ten bucks canadian dollars okay a canadian member of the xijing mary me oh my paperwork going ten dollars divorce you amicably boom of course everybody i've. I've annual split the money right there. I had a like two three red bull <unk> habit at one point. I don't think i've ever put anything in my body. That made me feel worse than red bull. It makes you feel bad yeah yeah yeah. I did love when i in back in my via may watching days. <hes> i love the red bull vodka. I thought it was fun. Drink it would keep me up. Keep me going get my energy fun. He's moving his shoulders back and forth yeah. I'm sure you can tell he's <hes> for the record. I'm shimmying yeah. You can tell it's i enjoyed it but <hes> i rob i again. I think that they seven billion dollars all right my little shoulder shimmy. It'll make your shoulders do this. That's that's what they're going to change but they they did profit from like f. One sponsorships i mean they got money here in the right but i don't but i mean they're core businesses. The energy drink so yeah and just knowing that red bull has just become become synonymous with like fucking extreme adrenaline sheds right use that to make themselves seem to be a an example of a smart direction of that twelve year old energy energy. They like ryan invest their twelve year old money. Well right there like you know what dude fuck it. Let's send a guy who's this guy wants to jump out of fucking space right than fuck. It was skrela thing i know and i was like damn red bull. It was a weird thing in high in college. Is you still like sort of dream about like dude. How sick would that be. If you just yongqing get them space space dude and you got the fucking ex. I will literally talk like this. I'd be like thinking about this. You're in space. The fucking universe is expanding around you fucking infinitely and then he jumped down to this fucking finite plane on earth man just like i don't know dude fuck me up. I would say this fucked up on a beanbag chair..
"red bull" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"This'll three red bull racing options for next year but there are other drives if they wanted stopgap don's nando alonzo you think they'd go quite long that she talks for lonzo in the past but i think they're very wary about they. They won't go that. They're drove is if you wanted to slot in stopgap drive. He could do a good job. Nica hall comebacks as i've come up with rhino gets on well. We've stop-and open. Not the disruptive driver in things actually probably could you could say that oh options that wet. It's having to have joys in the red bull drivers in from outside. The rental program caveat chile was from outside the rebel program. That's all for this year but i didn't see any reasons <unk> often that pointing hockenheim honestly. I don't see any reason to look outside. Take take holcomb book. The guy brilliant speed like we all know everything about nicole froing. All the trump's chances to be on the podium. Why would you give him a chance to be racing driver and not give it to the guy finished on the podium with tourism well exactly that that could have been podium and it was no matter what you say about that runoff area area hokkenheim of see the the star treks snakes up it wasn't anti jobs get cooled out a he did get caught out and he ultimately through a it could have been a great result and it didn't happen a couple of times before so until august twelfth rice. He's victory it now okay. He was over achieving massively up even so i made a mistake how top of buck races as well when everything was at stake and then <hes> nick results in the world is ready for strategy really rating but yeah i think you're probably you're probably right there so i think it would be <hes> he would. They would be a very interesting option for come on and well for me. It's different. It's different levels of as what what would i do. What would red bull do. I've still got that slight suspicion that there might they. It's not so much losing face but they might fail actually we've. We've gone down that report full. Did we want to go down that road again with him. We'll do we want to do something else. That's that's the only thing i'm just wondering and suddenly purely performance performance this year. He is if you take. Those degree for three drivers gas leak <music> album. The best season of serie is if if if at the end of the race we have exactly the same picture if he's doing these things and scoring points <unk> consistently been fostering quality to occasionally q. threes and then if we still see that album is not radiant after season season. You can't really ask for that and keep keep keeps doing what he's doing now. I i see that yachties now currently me is on pole position for and if it stays like this until the end of the year i think they they we- they really can take him and and the going the same route twice nate. Don't see it as a real real reason not to not to do it. It shows that red baron quite good position because they've got these drivers they can philo seats no problem than having to fight with other draw with other teams for for people signatures that they can't afford. We'll just to sit there and i moved them around at the end of it you know they could they could if they if they don't wanna pay anyone promote anyone inserts or rossa has back there for example if they won't ser consecutive yeah yeah why not put gasoline back you out daniel shows you can recover from it and if you take a carefully if you explain need okay. You need one more year. Look what happened to dino. You have all the things to play for..
Health officials advise precautions to avoid ticks
"When the weather is nice and end everyone is out for summer ready to be outside and camping and hiking. We really wanna be aware of insect bites especially tick bites. Good ways to protect yourself when you're outside would be to cover your skin with either long sleeves, long pants, you can also use some insect repellents. And then when you come back inside have someone help you check for any insects, or takes on your skin, you'll want to look for a small black tick on your skin, which can also lead to infections or diseases like. Lime disease or starry later on. If you start to develop a red bull's eye, like infection on your skin, something, you'd want to see your doctor about right
Source: Nets extend qualifying offer to Russell
"Naturally extending a qualifying offer at the Angelo Russell making him a restricted free agent. Nets can match any offer receives on the open market. Kevin Durant reportedly me with four teams in his free agency tour. No real surprises. It's the warriors the clippers the nets and the Knicks MLS red bulls past the fire three one and WNBA liberty escaped the wings, sixty nine sixty
DeepMind Can Now Beat Us at Multiplayer Games
"A person's life, markedly living in a basement in your mid upper thirties, chomping away on Tito's and red bull typically in a span extending longer than a year.
A Tale Of Two Dollar Stores
"You would go into a store, and there would be a bunch of stuff in there that would only cost a dollar and during the great recession this meant a lot to people customers poured into dollar stores in two thousand nine Dollar General already had nearly six thousand stores today. It has about fifteen thousand stores Family Dollar was a bit smaller had roughly six thousand stores in two thousand nine now it has almost nine thousand and both stores were basically going after the same customers that WalMart targets. But these stores could go where WalMart's couldn't like in cities, for instance, New York, there is a Dollar General and Family Dollar both pretty close to where I live in Brooklyn. They also went really hard into small rural areas where the population was not big enough to support a whole WalMart superstore lake that three hours outside of Saint Louis drive down. There we go through this little town, and it's got like twelve hundred people to Family Dollar Dollar General and a little low. Grocery store. I mean, the nearest WalMart's like thirty five to forty minutes away. This is Brian Yarbrough. He's a consumer analyst at Edward Jones. When the economy slows down, they actually perform a little better because you'll see people trade down. So people will go into some of the higher price grocery stores and places, and they'll trade down into the dollar store environment. So in the teeth of the recession Family Dollar Dollar General. We're just having their moment the bad times for the economy or the good times for dollar stores. But when the recession ended, and the recovery started these stores made very different bets on how to survive during the recovery, and you can see the difference in these shopping bags that I brought back from both stores. So I up Dollar General Dollar General decided we are gonna go hard after the mini WalMart thing. They basically became a grocery store, and this makes sense, right? Because in good times and bad people always need the basics, groceries pet food detergent and dollar generals. Like, we are going to be the place where people can get cheap basics. So you can see. In here basics. Yeah. Got a got a carton of milk. Sure. Dollar General basically went hard after the grocery segment of the market. So buying Yarbrough says mall. It's convenient way home though. I need some milk or anything bread. You can be in and out in you know, two or three minutes versus, you know, go to a WalMart supercenter, and it could be a fifteen or twenty minute ordeal. That's journey. Exactly. So I went to the Dollar General store near me, and I could see all this right away. It was really nice. It was super clean and well organized, right? When I walked in. There was this big fancy. Starbucks display. They're selling some new kind of canned Espresso got you. Again. You know me. So well, that's exciting. And I got you a red bull. Just in case in case. And they had all the name brands like everything you might have on your grocery list. Chips. Ahoy the peeps. Of course. It'd be easy heaps. It's like a whole variety of things. Some of this stuff is like a treat at love it. All right. Exactly. So I spent about thirty dollars on all this stuff. You know? So the prices are good, but not super super-low, but it was very easy to navigate. It was really pleasant shopping experience that shiny yellow cards everything was organized, and then I wanna few blocks away to Family Dollar, so Family Dollar two very different tack. They went really hard on the dollar part. So after all there's a promise in the name of a dollar store. Right. And they kept this promise. But in order to keep things price low. You can't really have regular groceries. Right. You can't live like eight kinds of chips ahoy, and you know, Starbucks displays and things like that diversity, right? Like if you're enforcing the price. You're not going to be able to get everything you want for that same price and in order to keep. Prices that that low you end up having to kind of get a bunch of weird stuff. Right. Like, a hodgepodge lot of food and weird small packages very excited about this. There's this Honey nut Cheerios. That's like I like cutting Cheerios, but it's like yours. To servings or something it's like a packet bills. Have a lot of off brand stuff. Like, there's this energy drink red bull. I've got here a drink called rip it energy with a picture of a soldier holding a flag a gun in the colors of the American flag. This is like super patriotic energy, Drake. And you know, it takes the edge off of a heart afternoon card marshmallow offering marshmallows. Yeah. You also end up with this kind of grab bag of stuff that's made in India and China kind of whatever fell off the truck that week a little bit more candy holiday decorations seasonal type items galaxy allow that comes from China a lot of its discretionary nature driving people with these great deals. I mean Family Dollar brings in whatever. It can Mark down. The selection is more random. So like here is an Easter banner for you. I got to a paper crown check it out. This is my favorite purchase a skittles flavored candle handle, I know eight for my gift from me to you for your house when a glow sword. Okay, close. Yeah. I know. Yeah. We're gonna have to wear those around the office knows glasses a package of six gradu- marks knows last night with the mustache and everything six of them for a dollar. So in order to keep their prices, low Family Dollar did not invest in fancy stores the way the Dollar General did they kept overhead low, and you know, the stores as a result are a little hard to navigate I spent like three times longer in the Family Dollar store into the lots of poking around. And and honestly the experience of being in the store was a little bit unpleasant. Like, right when you walk in. This automated voice told you you were being monitored. I mean, all the stuff was just a dollar. So the deals were actually really amazing. I kinda couldn't believe all the stuff I could get for dollar so Cardiff who dollar stores to business models one chain bet on the dollar one chain bet against the dollar, which one do you think is still thriving? I'm gonna guess Dollar General. You are right. Okay. Dollar General has been killing it brought in customers with higher. Income during the downturn. And some of those customers are still customers today. They didn't leave them Dollar General has grown every single quarter. For nearly a decade. Brian Yarbrough said going upscale ish kind of paid off people like shopping there, and they like the deals so even when times got better and people could maybe afford to shop in a more expensive store. They didn't they kept shopping Dollar General because they liked it. And also because Dollar General is a big chain. They're able to get lower prices for a lot of the name brand stuff. They carry an offer better deals than like local grocery stores in rural areas or corner stores in cities Family Dollar on the other hand did not fare. So well as the economy improved people are willing to spend a little bit more on things like holiday decorations, and candy, and cutlery, and pens and skittles candles, and they wanted a more pleasant shopping experience and Family Dollar kind of went sideways again, I think when dollars was investing opening new stores updating and remodeling stores and family. Which is kind of plotting the loan. You know, I think Dollar General took a lot of market share and took a lot of customers. Now, I think, you know, Family Dollar struggling to gain those back Stanley dollar was bought out years back, and it just announced that it is going to close nearly four hundred locations totally rethink its business model, it'll probably also start to leave the dollar part behind things are probably gonna get more expensive there, which makes me a little bit sad because you know, where else are you gonna find like six Groucho Marx glasses for a dollar on the other hand if the economy goes into recession again, then maybe their fortunes will switch yet. They could be singing a happy. Tune with one dog. Purple plastic recorder that
Atlanta United and Portland Timbers advance, will meet in 2018 MLS Cup
"Next story Atlanta. United lost to the New York. Red bulls one nothing in game two of the Eastern Conference finals, but because of the combined score of both games United advances to the MLS Cup with an aggregate score of three to one the championship game is December eight at Mercedes Benz stadium when the five stripes, we'll take on the
"red bull" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Temperature barometric altitude density out the toot is one which makes this the lowest or if you will the thickest air that the red will raise of ever had to race through. Can you please explain what you had to do to get a just a defined through this thick air? It's a great question. My tactician. I talking before I laughed about eight will repeat because when the air is like it is here elevated works. Really? Well, so. Just have to be a little careful and for me. It's just a way that I actually applied that g to the stick changes with temperature in the speed of the plane so but actually in in the round before. Coming out of the gate seven. I pulled about eleven point nine and a half key. Right. The end. And so it was trying to get around that corner. And. You know, it's just one of those things were you have to know your airplane. Really? Well, and it's a it's a game everybody here. Played that age is it's a new day the wind condition from the other direction. It's really cold outside the entrance making a lot of power in the league colorful. So you have to back off a little bit. But not so much that you go from your normal profile to less a lot less Jeep, right. It's easy to go from eleven something down tonight or something. And that's a that's a second on the race track. So it's just one of those balances dates, and that's all of us know our planes. So well that you can make judgment or at least you to. Any questions will the judgment? Hello aware plane geeks. I'm here with our favorite at red bull.
"red bull" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"So we were doing fourteen through eighteen year olds. Yeah. And what was the reaction? What what did they what did they think after this experience? It was very positive. I flew one young lady who I don't have permission to name on the air who really got it. And it was exciting after about five minutes of instruction. She was like, well, this is pretty easy. And I was like well. Yeah. But don't tell your friends that because keep it. Let's keep it mysterious. But you know, we were able to deviate. There was a grass fire to go like okay over. We'll do a lap around the top of grass fire. And you know, we orbited a grass fire. She didn't lose any altitude. And you know, she was like, well, I can do this. And I was like, yes, you can this is an amazing program. I think from from everything I've ever seen. It's just a great way to generate some enthusiasm. In in young folks for for aviation, right? And all our target was all aspects. It wasn't just getting your pods last. It's it was the other parts of aviation. We had a flight search in their talked about, you know, medic aero medical. It was pretty good. And then yesterday, I went to this red bull. Oh, yeah. We mentioned that the rebels. That's right. This was the championship finale in Fort Worth it was and before we say another thing I want to thank the red bull organization for inviting me up to help cover it. And to our listeners out there. If you get a chance to do a red bull event and especially a red bull air races. I cannot say go strong enough. As pre mentioned, they really make the on-track experience for the viewer. The guest is phenomenal. And it's on par. If not better than what we get formula. One the professionalism is there the there's always something to look at. There's other things going on at the track. It was and your situational awareness of what the aircraft or doing who's in the aircraft where they are in the standing was easily absorbed. Interesting now have maybe for for all of us described the venue where this took place this took place at the Texas Motor Speedway. It's actually a NASCAR oval. And what they do that also is really cool. They build a runway in the middle of the oval, and then they put up the air gates you've seen them. They have a entry gate a series of of slaloms single gates, and then a double gate, and it's really exciting because you can watch the planes taxi out from their hangers they built temporary hangars. And then you can watch them take off they make the call smoke on. And you'll see the airplanes come in there describing what he's doing. There's a running commentary. There's times that are being shown live. It's very exciting. And what you get. It's one plane comes through the slalom and leaves and it's time to vent. So there's only one plane on the track at a time. But the outage are extremely low. But it's extremely safe. And it's very exciting. All right. Well, we've got a recording that you provided to us. And it's it's really in two parts. Isn't there the first as the? Press event. Yeah, I got to attend the actual debriefing impressive event. And got to ask a question. And then representing the podcast among y'all. I was next to ESPN two and the Dallas paper, and then I was able to get an exclusive with Mike gooley in. All right. Well, let's listen to this right now..
"red bull" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Welcome to the airplane. Geeks podcast. This is episode five hundred twenty eight of the show where we talk aviation. I'm max flight in joining me is I max trescott. He's host of aviation. News talk podcast. He was the two thousand eight CF. I of the year. He's also an expert on the Cirrus aircraft mex- tea back from Australia. I am back. So good to be here. I enjoyed listening to the show a few days ago, and I was just trying to figure out here. So I was down under what's the opposite? Now that I'm home is that up above you have a Bob here. Well, what did they say down? There doesn't have the same ring at all. I have no idea forgot to ask that it doesn't that? That'd be the question. Okay. Also with us is our aviation historian, David Vanderhoek. I David do you know, how many listeners now especially McCarron is going to jump on that conversation. I hope so. Yeah. Hi, Paul happy early. While when this comes out it'll be the day before thanksgiving, and I hope everyone will have a happy in the states. Here have a happy holiday with their family, and friends and food and football and the rest of the world while we wish you the best on this probably my favorite holiday of the year. Very good. Also with us this episode is our airplane. Geeks. Reporter it large launch pad. Sorry, how you doing guy I'm doing well Hello from deep in the heart of just having a great aviation weekend. And ready to continue on all right launch pad attended the red bull air race. And we're going to hear some more about that coming up. We're going to go without a guest one more week it it makes things easier shorter faster quicker for for the post production part of this cycle in the. The need the time lately to attend to other affairs, but we're going to restart guests next week. And I'm really looking forward to that. You know, guys. It doesn't feel the same without guests. I it it just it feels like only half as show to me. I don't know what you guys think. But I'm looking forward to bring guests spec. It's like having a house party or a dinner party. And only, you know, the neighbor shows up, and none of the other guests. Yeah. Yeah. Kind of does it kinda does they should we should. We should mention the people max you're sounding deeper in throat ear today. Why is that? Health. I guess I think I'm coming down with something. But yeah, I feel in my head like it's a different kind of a voice than than usual. But oh, he's just moody this week. Well, that could be but all right. Well, let's hey, jump right into the news. Some of the aviation news from the past week. Are you guys ready ready from the west ready.
The New-for-2019 Lincoln MKC Has Arrived
"I have fallen in love with this new MK see and a lot of it has to do that beautiful new front end on the KC. And this is a technologically advanced automobile. But the looks alone are just stunning it's Vakhidov the previous generation, but it has an all new face that will just stop you in its tracks. Can you tell me a little bit about the new exterior design, of course, one of my favorite, you know, pieces that you really hit the nail on the hottest new signature Lincoln grill. It absolutely lines up our entire showroom. Now. In addition to that, we've also added a new exterior color called the Baltic Sea. Green. Which really exudes this high fashion luxury trend that we have going on right now. We also have a really cool new interior color called realto green and our design team really got that inspiration from the realto bridge in Venice Italy from the flowing waters beneath that bridge, so really a lot of focus put on the exterior interior design. This vehicle something that I've always loved about Lincoln cars is the technology in Lincoln has always been a step ahead in that front. I mean going way back if you wanted all the bells and whistles that meant that you were getting Lincoln. But I notice in this new twenty nineteen Casey, you can even Taylor this to your own tastes with the interior lighting. There's also this remarkable new feature in which when you approached the vehicle the vehicle almost seems to welcome. You electrically. What year referencing as are? Awesome. Lincoln embrace feature. Anytime you have the key on your body you walk up to the vehicle and it lights up greets you at welcome Zeo with LED lighting. We also have awesome lighting on the ground that just sort of light, the where your feet are going to be an addition that when you get into the vehicle it knows who you are. And it has its settings to the ambient lighting. So for Christmas. I actually made the inside of my Lincoln Casey green, just as sort of fit in to whatever feeling I was going for for
"red bull" Discussed on Business Wars
"Coverage. Sales of red bull rise seven percent in comparison monsters sponsorship of motocross, bikers bull riders and monster truck events, look stain, but flashy stunts aren't monsters style. Instead monsters using a cocktail of sponsorship deals rock concerts, every man brand ambassadors and scantily clad monster girls to build a more grungy image an image. That's converting monster drinkers into loyal monster fans, and it's working especially with young men. So. Some identify with monsters rough and tumble image so much. They're pledging permanent allegiance to the brand across the country. Monster fans are asking tattooists to ink the drinks monster claw logo onto their bodies. Monster might rarely seek the headlines, but its image is inspiring extreme customer loyalty. But that's not to say monsters, not making headlights quite the opposite. Trouble is monsters in the news for all the wrong reasons. And that's because it's energy drink is being called deadly. It's time time to finally turn that cool idea into a new website time to showcase your work time to start that blog or publish those stories you've been writing time to set up your online store and squarespace is going to help you do it. I know the getting started can be scary. But with squarespace it has never been easier. Everything is optimized right out of the box with analytics that help you grow in real time built in search engine optimization and twenty four seven award winning customer support. Well, the only thing stopping you for making it happen. Is you tons of people and businesses are already using squarespace to make their dreams a reality. So what are you waiting for? If you can dream it. You can make it happen with squarespace all you have to do is go to squarespace dot com slash BW for free trial. And if you'd like. To support this show. Then when you're ready to launch us, the offer code be w to save ten percent on your first website, or domain that squarespace dot com slash BW offer code be w. You know, if you're like me the list of books, you wanna.
"red bull" Discussed on Business Wars
"Kinds of ways you can watch red bull movies and YouTube videos, read, it's lifestyle magazine. Listen to music from its record label and support it sports teams. You can wear red bull. Clothes attend action packed red bull. Events and yes, even by its drink red bull's no longer presenting itself as just beverage now. It's a mentality. A way of life built around brand values of speed vitality and adventure and the art of flight. That's just the start. It's October twenty twelve and more than fifty million people are glued to their screens. They're all watching a live broadcast from red bull. They see a cone shaped capsule reminiscent of the Apollo spacecraft a huge white helium filled balloon is lifting the capsule higher and higher into the air past ninety thousand feet, then higher still. One hundred thousand feet, you still got twenty eight thousand feet to go. The door will open when you reach ambient Allah to one hundred twenty eight thousand. Inside the capsule is Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner. He's wearing what looks like a spacesuit the door opens and Baumgartner steps out onto the tiny ledge of the capsule and looks down. He so high up that he can see the earth's curve and the dark. Void of space. New mexico. Lies twenty four miles below. He braces himself and then with the world watching steps forward. How how? As Gartner freefalls the world spins around him as if he's in a washing machine. He feels like passing out the speed limiter on his wrist reads, eight hundred forty three miles an hour. He's falling faster than the speed of sound..
"red bull" Discussed on Business Wars
"That's taking it where few brands dare to go. Summer twenty eleven a helicopter covered in red bull. Logos is swooping over the mountains of Chile's Patagonia region as the chopper clears craggy peak the film crew and pro snowboarders inside strain to get a better view terrains pretty gnarly out there. I think the clouds are moving pretty quick looks heavy below them is Darwin's range one of the most inhospitable places on earth mountains, extend skywards like crooked clause, the valley is full of vicious looking shards of tall. Blue is the snowboarders are here to make a movie for red bull a feature length documentary called the art of flight where they will take on some of the world's most dangerous slopes. They've already been to some challenging locations, but this one feels different now they understand why they're guide didn't wanna come here. He told them this is where the devil lives. Maybe he was right. The pilot interrupts their thoughts. We're almost there. We got maybe forty minutes before we have to leave I drop you and you've got to get moving right away. Every way too long. We won't have enough fuel to get back out here. No one will become into rescues. Okay. Minutes later the snowboarders are on their way. The borders zigzagged down a tight quarter of snow bracketed by sheer rocky slopes. It's tough. They can handle it. Then they spot a problem. And it's coming up fast a large patch of bare mountain in their path. The borders grind to a halt remove their boards and start clambering down the mountain rock from bulls away as they try to find their footing. Eventually they make it back to the snow, but they've lost precious minutes. The helicopters already in the valley below blades, turning the pilots. Been crystal clear, he won't wait. He's not going to die out here. No matter. How much red bull is paying? The borders strap on their boards and shoot down the slope. But at the bottom, there's another problem an iced up stream that looks like a slow moving slurpy they glance at the water and then to the helicopter. There's no time to waste. They throw their boards over the stream plunge into the bone, chilling waters and swim across shivering. They climb out of the water and run to the chopper desperate to escape this hell hole. But back in the safety of the helicopter, still riding the adrenaline rush. Everyone is pumped as the helicopter lifts off. The camera crew gives the borders of thumbs up. The footage is good. The borders moment of death defying glory is captured for posterity, and they're one step closer to completing their movie. Red bull spending more than two million dollars on making the art of flight yet. No one in the film drinks or even mentions. Red bull. The only sign of red bull's involvement. Are the logos on the helicopter snowmobiles in borders? Wool hats, red bull wants the art of flight to stand on its own merits and does upon its release in September twenty eleven the film immediately tops, the DVD, Blu Ray, and I tunes movie charts. This film is part of red bull's new marketing approach and approach built on the idea that there's a thrilling high-octane world of red bull out there that you can connect with in all.
Roy Hargrove, Grammy-Winning Jazz Trumpet Player, Dies at 49
"Guy. But just a quick shout out. My red bull. They they just one essentially, what was the president's call for Major League Soccer. They've got the they've got about six guys homegrown guys from Long Island, New jersey, New York that are really kicking. But right now, and they got a huge game tomorrow in and the. That would be great stock. It just doesn't seem to catch on. Because I I watched it. And when I've got nothing to do with this on Sunday mornings. I'll watch the Spanish language broadcast started pick up Spanish, but I like watching the telecast is going to billion Long Island, Billy you're on the fan. All right, man. How are you? Change subject. We go football for a minute. Sure. Baseball. Watching the postseason a lot and Wachner Red Sox fan and watching the Red Sox. I mean, yes, they have those power hitters, but they had those strap hitters out. I need to pick up one of those straphangers off season to be almost a table center for those power hitters and like everyone's talking about Harper Machado. But I think they just need someone like even the Daniel Murphy almost two who's a strap hitter that could be a table center for our power. I I agree. It's so agree so much with that because they're all looking for home runs. So if you get a guy, that's just a singles and doubles hitter. Wouldn't he be on base for the home hitters 'cause you got a bunch of homerun hitters isn't everybody homerun headed these days? I mean, you look at the Yankees catcher homerun when bird was healthy. And void those are home run hitters Torres can give you a pop DD and do our. Stanton Hicks judge. And when when couple of years ago, you throw Gaudron everybody's in home runs. They need more guys. I can do who can hit home runs. But if you don't run hitting three hundred that's a lot better than hitting three thirty home runs. It hidden to two they need guys. Like that you need to get on base. You watch gardening get on basis like you might as well, wait three hundred pounds. He's not gonna steal. He you know, he used to steal. But I guess they're afraid if you get thrown out and this guy hits a home run. You know, we would have to run home if he didn't go. Well, I still do you get into position to put pressure on the on the defense and run, but we can talk about that. We're gonna have a good conversation with Kevin current postseason. You know? Winter meetings are coming up free agency trades hall. That's coming. We'll talk to him about all that. Right after this. It
"red bull" Discussed on World Cafe
"Support for this npr podcast than the following message come from red bull radio whether it's the latest dance hall out of kingston techno from berlin or underground hip hop red bull radio is the place to tune in and discover great music that's new to you listen at red bull radio dot com here listening to the world cafe i'm talia slanger you know there is a danger when an artist has as compelling a story is my guest margo price does that what's going on personally will overshadow people's appreciation of what's going on a fleet so let's just get one thing straight first marco price rights really beautiful songs in boy oh boy can she sang here's what i mean seven great margo price but one of the reasons margo story is such a major focus on the talking about her music is because they're intertwined on margots debut record 2016 's midwest farmers daughter she wrote raw songs about her own experience including being broke ponting her diamond wedding ring and selling her car and spending weekend in jail after drinking too much drinking was her way of coping with the loss of one of her twin babies shortly after he was born in 2010 a story she also committed to a song on her debut record midwest farmers daughter became a sensation margo landed on a remarkable number of best of 2016 lists for a debut album and earned praise from the likes of rolling stone she was even asked to lend the dress she wore to perform on saturday night live to the country music hall of fame needless to say things are a little different from argo this time around with her second record all american made she does continue the tradition of really personal songwriting but she's zoom's out the lens of her experience.
"red bull" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"And i always do like to plug it i always forget too but i do like to plug it tommy anderson in the morning from six to nine he is definitely more energetic than i am he's like an shaohua on unlike an a red bull every minute i mean he is he's very energetic but he is a man of many talents he's on from six to nine every morning same channel and i guarantee he will wake you up in the morning so a laugh this morning i was getting ready for i had a committee meeting this morning at nine in anchorage and and a who's kidding readies i turn them my my on my phone 'cause they streamed online and i heard tommy anderson complaining charles about my age create that i have right here see my feeder on it right now i have this crate under the desk 'cause i'm short right icon virtually notice that before yeah i mean yeah i can barely touched the floor but um i i chuckled because i usually put the create on the desk because the nights at my laptop on it and i could stand up often when i'm doing the show not always but when i sit down to michael just put the under my foot continuum alltimes a tower than he was in the middle of a of a story today and he walked is leg on it and i just couldn't help but laugh i that's so not nice it's like little brother and sister frightening uh but it was really funny anyway i digress this morning there was a fire let me get to the story here anchorage firefighters extinguished house fire neighbors say it's been abandoned i'm surprised or not more these they do have this issue the more and more abandoned houses you have they do become public nuisances people will homeless people or whatever will go into these houses and oftentimes have the proper let's say electricity here heater that kind of south and so people uh we'll go in and they'll start fires and these can become a real a real nuisance especially as the economy tank and you have more and more people that abandoned homes anyway i digress this could become more of an issue depending on how the economy shape i would suspect but they're saying from katie you you i a.
"red bull" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Your old man here he said that sounds really swelled nick on route eighteen you're on new jersey one to one point five okay i'm twenty four i graduated from atlantic city i go with a or it not strong and the red bull's goal of the night now i'm kind of conflicted not having energy drinks they weren't popular when i was a drinker but i would feel like i've just becoming more obnoxious drunk like a downing energy drinks and my alcohol okay like if you get on it won't be huband okay according to urban dictionary i don't know why this is in urban dictionary but yegor bomb a shot of yegor moisture dropped into a half can of red bull which causes one to dance nice the he either that's why it's a nerve addiction areas leah in hamilton euro new jersey one at one point five okay very funny that you found that he can happen concrete now because i think apart eightpart drink would be an irish carbomb any papering a copy enough there's an irish carbone like shot a ends in a beer or something yeah for you gotta get up and i'm happy i cream have ira repeating goppingen and degree you know you can it really creepy her could get berry against the party go and never really really good it's half irish cream and a half a whisky um so is it a shot of each your halfshot of each africa you can then you drop it in that style of course it again guinness of your what's your drinking experience seventy years you've been reckon armstrong twenty one year a lot of living in they'll have you heard so full of crap but now it's been audubon actually had my burke ira car bomb with my boyfriend perrine um i think patrick and.
"red bull" Discussed on Politically Re-Active
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"red bull" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"At that some of the red bull in it yeah i yeah that the three burials of milky eldest estrada our own is another way too referred a of a serb broke speaking of speaking of broke uh these companies can go broke if they can't figure out what's going on with the money it said it it turns out somebody was stealing money and then plunging it back into the company in hiding it um they've got the suspects down to three need it's the holiday like this really they've got they've got the suspects down to one really in the house john lewis goes best friend was with the company fifteen years who in a better world would have been play by tvs matt for the says he got this given the some guy not were tom noonan i could see doing it either one of those guys how come they never done a show together met for and charm newnan yeah i would see that in a heartfelt have been great yeah neither them should have plane alien now knows be the time where they don't have to be a late now somebody else estimate alien let's new show somebody else's the nail him and it turns but meanwhile israel he's discovered that and then african and kendrick start integrate and little long white flirting a little bit ed's it's heart frantic kendrick to flirt with ben affleck because he doesn't understand emotions the same way other people jello for most of the movie he's like just a normal dudes rightly nerve it works slightly shy banana that we i mean the thing is he he's just kind of a nerd.