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Michael Imperioli On Acting, Success, And The Buddhist Path
"Michael welcome to the wisdom dommage chats. Thanks for having me so great. To have you get i was gonna Start off. I thought i'd start off by asking you how you got into buddhism. I was wondering whether it was a full. You become well known as an act. Taro aso at what point in. How did you get involved in buddhism. it was definitely after around two thousand seven during a right when the sopranos was ending the same year But i i i. I discovered buddhism. Through the writing of jack kerouac when i was like nineteen years old And i bought at saint mark's bookshop which is no longer there. Unfortunately but i bought a copy of the diamond sutra which i could not make heads or tails out of i mean it was way beyond me and i did not understand but there was something about whatever how would ever care wack talked about or whatever my perception of buddhism was. There was something there like. I i appreciate it for some reason and i wasn't looking for anything religious at the time that copy of the diamond sutra. Believe it or not. It stayed with me all these years after. Like twenty different addresses and moves and stuff. I still have it In wrote that book the scripture of the golden eternity which is poems really but he had an incredibly deep understanding of dharma and was a big practitioner of it for a very long time. You know unfortunately the end of his life you know he he kinda succumb to alcoholism and and I think it it Pulled him away from the dharma and his studies and his practice. I think but there was a time when he was very much into a great understanding of it. So flat fast forward. Many years. So i was nineteen. This book kinda sat on my shelf for years
"taro" Discussed on Cueca Apertada
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"taro" Discussed on Cueca Apertada
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"taro" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"You know gazette got guys in adelaide. Who are the top top players. So they're probably going to have to play somebody who who has in the fourteen day hardcore dean. They're already better than us and they already have a bandaged together together with the quarantine right now. It's pretty brutal. If you play dominates the game or a joke right now by. I think i think another thing. That's maybe they might try. And do is a bubble within the bubble. Maybe the second week of quarantine. But i don't know how it's going to depend on test results. The next few days in whether the person who tested positive was a viral load. And stuff like that you know. So we'll see you. Mentioned the adelaide south with djokovic team in all against the three guys were there. What does that mean. Obviously we know in tennis. There's lots of different sorts of star treatment for top players and they get different advantages and bigger locker rooms or you know more resources. Whatever else that might be at tournaments but the seems like an especially big difference between the sort of starves treatment being different city in a different on different flights in different you know protocols. Mark people allowed than everybody else's in melbourne. What is your what is your feeling about that. And is there's like resentment among the rest of the guys about the sort of different differentiation in the treatment. Not clearly not everybody's being treated equally. Y'all i mean it's it's it's pretty difficult to accept Because i mean the difference is always there in treatment But this time it's in the spotlight and it's it does. It still doesn't seem to be getting that negative of an attention difference that they are get that the different treatment that they're getting versus what we're getting here. Yeah it definitely. Players are not happy about the late thing. You know 'cause in this case especially you know. It's such a special circumstance. The event any advantage is multiplied by by two or three compared to normal year. I you know i. I don't think anybody cares. If they get to travel on the private jet and get free champagnes service and stuff like that. But i think when they get more practice time and get more boss to practice with nick and actually bring the whole team onto the court verses us when we only bring one you know stuff like that does make lot of difference especially when when the situations even more difficult but yeah. I don't know. I mean i it's it's difficult. It's a difficult topic. Because if i was one of the top guys then it's also difficult not accept the conditions that are given to you right. You know yeah. I don't know difficult topic it's not. It's not clear against the job. Had a choice he kinda was told you're going to adelaide majorities for example. Yeah like he actually come back to melbourne and trying to have everybody do quarantine in melbourne jamaica bear. But i think there's a lot of politics involved there with the state's also involved in megan it even more difficult. They basically i think kind of forced him in yet like you said because they have the charity event to and it's also hard to complain when you're giving that treatment i think no you talking about the states. You've talked about the australian landscape of politics in their crackdowns here and stuff. You seem to be a lot more aware of the current events in the landscape of things. A lot of players bundy How do you follow. How do you keep up with district things in important to you to stay sort of informed on all this stuff i mean i. I just look at twitter. Churn nets were Play a place where all the information kind of flies around you know. I like the guys. Just look little bit. Bosso not obsessed with the news most of the stuff that you know whatever happens good or bad. Most of the things are super out of my control and yeah. Sometimes things are exaggerated. Sometimes things are not paid enough attention. You know yeah. But i mean right now. It's very difficult to not pay any attention to the news. Because i mean especially in the us. There's a lot a lot of things going on. I don't think there's a single country in the world where things are not dramatic right now. That's probably true even here. Cohen is co vida's covert free. They have the australian open. Talk about to complain about an japan. We had the olympics. Coming up and That's a huge issue over there too so you know a very complicated. What is what do you sense. This is the atmosphere in a show towards the tennis. The tennis players right now because there's been when the first sort of according to being announced from la flight and then the abu dhabi flight was the next one of the wpa players. Were on lot of them. were saying. Like wow how. Am i supposed to prepare for grand slam. When i can't court for two weeks as impossible which i think is fair and but then they get a lot of backlash from the public saying like quit whining. You're being paid one hundred thousand dollars even if you lose first round and not that all of them mostly did not plan on losing first round. I think people should point out. But how do you sort of balance. How do you feel about the perception of tennis in right now in australia. Specifically and if there's ways like tennis players can improve their Their image right now. Y'all want me my whole stance on all this political and stuff is just did always put myself in the other. The everyone's shoes. I definitely understand that people that are giving the backlash towards the players at the same time there. I don't think that's the majority of the people you know. I mean probably the more aggressive people Saying stuff like that on twitter are it seems like that's the majority just because people commenting are just commenting that new loudest voices. You're here yeah. Yeah i do understand that sentiments especially when they had to do the crazy hardcore team during periods of four to five months. I can't even imagine doing that. You know so when you've gone through that and there's a risk of another one happening because.
"taro" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"Was when i was more surprised like a like. Aw shit it's really happening. Yeah you know so then when that happened house off. I mean there's plenty of. There's pretty decent chance that could happen to my flight. You i mean when you're flying yet seventy two hundred people on tests every single person learning a pretty good chance was going to be positive so yeah and then it happened and it happened having several more times. Yeah so erupted. They think four planes or so. It's hard to keep track of. I think you have four planes. Now what was your reaction. Then when i got the email finally after seeing other ones that that happened to your plane like we already sort of braced for that news or was still still tough to to get i. The news came out around nine. Thirty last Last night but not like nine fifteen. I finally got the practice schedule for today. So that now like okay so our flight was fine and you know me and my college in the guy i'm hitting I was supposed to hit with. We were like oh yes we are able to practice you know. We were so relieved and in five minutes later we got the email that unfortunately your flight level of law so yeah. I mean i wasn't. I wasn't my heart. didn't drop. okay. Happened re supposed to practice with Picks whole unique. Set up there for that too alice. The books ahead with a key miracle He's a guy. I've known since junior's really nice guy in a hard worker he's been kind of in and out of the he'd been top hundred once and kind of in and out of the one fifty zone for these years So when we finish the qualifying in doha. I just said okay. Who's like the guy. I know the best From from all these guys that are going to melbourne. And i asked him aaron yet. Workout will not letting more at what goes into your planning for when you're trying to pick a practice partner the only person you can use for a long time. What are you looking for in a in a practice partner there. Maybe it's different as a qualifier to. Yeah i think probably. In this case more than how the person plays it would be more about if the person would be on time. How much do i know person. Will this person breach protocol stuff like that. You know and humor is definitely one of those guys would breach for a goal or come late to practice or anything so now. It's more important for me than you know than how the person would play in this particular case. Yeah yeah for sure. It's not someone reliable This one of the things that in terms of breaching protocol people have been sure about with players In this whole sorta time. I guess like much. They should be trusted to do responsible things all the time. Like what what has been your experience to that as a as a player do you think that. Do you think that your players are are getting it or are they not getting in as a mixer Earning most of them get your. We never shake hands. We never hi We're pretty good at social distancing I mean obviously there are. Some players are some coaches at really struggled invest properly. You know yeah but most most of the players are well you know are doing it doing it. Well obviously in this in this time like where. Everybody's very aware of what's going on you see two players when you break protocol that gets out more than when everybody's following it i suppose so there's definitely more guys and women also that are doing it correctly than those that are not doing it correctly. But yeah you're right. The ones sort of break the rules circuit attention than the ones who are doing the quiet right thing. We go in this situation. It's very unique situation being stuck in a room for fourteen days in a row before having to play a grand slam event especially for guys specified in in at the event do feel like sort of helpless resignation in this. Do you feel like you can still make you know the best to this. Or what is your sort of attitude towards the tournament is coming up now with the and even a lot of time to think about it there in my case. I'm a lucky loser. So i know i just. I have nothing to lose at this point. I mean yeah But then there's like eight or nine days before the the actual grand slam start. So that's a relief. You know it's not. It's not the most important thing to make the good result in the two fifty or les de beek up before the before the australian open so he got a little bit of time to get used to Either play matches or not played a match just practice but a five-set parts going to be tough. I think there's been some suggestions to bring down this time. I don't know how how if that's also or not but we'll see you be in favor of that switching to three sets. Yeah i think being one of the guys that are stuck in the fourteen day quarantine. I mean like what is the hardest part because i mean like are you. Were just worry about losing conditioning fitness. In i guess also that's actually going from that into best to five. I imagined heard some people talk about like possible. Fears of players getting injured trying to with Outta shape trying to push themselves in a best of five grand slam. I'm not that worried about losing my fitness. i mean. of course. I'll lose know very scientific stuff. You know about the muscle mass and things. But i think tennis is not like a track or swimming where that stuff is absolutely necessary like you. You definitely need it but you can transcend over it. Will your william mind with how you're feeling with the ball so Yeah i am worried but it. I think it'll be fine especially in the long run. I think everything will come back to norm. One two or three weeks but then with injury. That's another thing than five cents when you are when you're getting nervous especially in we'll How nervous we're gonna get during the and then those things can bring more tension and your body might not be prepared for that. L. injury could be possible for many players. I don't know if this is obviously not something they ever do normally during tennis. But i was wondering if it will be almost impossible to do something like make the draw so that players in the first round at least had players who were in the fourteen day quarantine got to play other players in the fourteen day quarantine. Because i feel like you would if you draw somebody else in the first round who was in the same situation as you you would feel incredibly more health more health by that and more even less more hopeful you know and i think the other guy with the same way i mean if there was a way to almost sort into different categories or something with no the affair thing to to try to make role. It's going to be pretty tough. You know gazette got guys in adelaide. Who are the top top players. So they're probably going to have to play.
Threatening emails sent to Florida voters linked to overseas servers
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City of Miami announces road closures ahead of President Trump’s arrival on Thursday
"Up Miami commuters, You could have some major traffic issues. This afternoon's vice president Mike Pence, and President Trump arrived for campaign events. There will be rolling road closures for pants who's appearing at Memorial Kumano, followed by Obama Educational Center in the next few hours. Entire MacArthur Causeway said to be shut down completely between 7 P.m. and 11 P.m. as president. Trump appears at the Perez Art Museum, the alternate arteries such a 79th Street causeway. Julia Taro or the Venetian to go in and out of Miami Beach without any traffic. Miami police officer Kenya Fiat says Biscayne Boulevard will also be shut down between 7 39 30 Tonight between North East 8th and and 13 13 streets streets about about
"taro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"taro" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"She's had in Formula One. Is it arguably, you know championship or Rice Not Championship. So let's I I would be half dozen seven and ice. Yeah. Before Red Bull again, how many points is he go to he has seventeen well okay. So to the night, there's at least twenty-five that I can think of and wasn't two thousand and eight the previous snow the previous rules, previous points, right all the top ice but I'm looking at the points now but even before you got twenty five for windows ten for win in two, thousand, eight, scored thirty, five points the twice as many as he scored now and I remind you we're more than halfway through the season. And he's outscored. He's got his first career was any half a year? So that doesn't count. So it doesn't an ice thirty five could this could be lost at Ferrari be he's lowest scoring year. And like let's think about their two reasons why the shocking at hate that he's at Ferrari but bay in two thousand and ice racing for Taro also in an era when you scored few points in general like when you score ten points for a win and so on and so forth and did you only get down to eight, hundred, thousand and eight? I think well, maybe you still new probably at that point that I was right there. So. That's shocking. That's that's upsetting me having realized this information just now you know even worse what was that Toros I powered by two thousand and? Yeah Yeah same engine net. Yep I. It's it's it's not good. It's good. It's an awkward well. Not, depressing night. Russian conference. Listening to Greeks.
Seattle businesses face thousands of dollars in damage by vandals, protest fallout
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Japan confirms its scrapping US missile defense system
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Nintendo Reportedly Retreating from Mobile Games Market
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Japan scientist 'very pessimistic' Olympics go on next year
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"taro" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And you know it's in tuner cars and a bunch of different stuff and kind of Orange Nice area I saw. There was one black person there and I watched a cop make him. Papa sowed not maliciously he was under the guise that he was curious about the car but the black kid who was a young kid was driving his shop like he worked for a shop. He brought the shop car the car show. It's not his car. It's a shot and the cop made him pop hood in front of me and I told the kid in front of the cop not to Papas. It I was like don't do that. Fuck hell no I was like I don't you don't trust that guy. You know what I mean it was. It turned out fine but like that was the most. Like Oh this guy of all everyone here Montana tags on the Centers. And all this shit and you're gonNA make this dude. Pops Z thirty. I was like that's a little granted that's not particularly egregious in the grand scheme of racism but it was enough for me to be like. Ooh It's something you'd have to question. The COP could have any thirty me interested but he also be very smart clever and getting someone to pop the heads so that he can write a ticket. And you don't know which way it's going to go Yeah I don't know in general though. The sexism is more than the racism. But I mean at press launches like. It's a lot of white dude's a lot of white dude's wide is it a Lotta White dudes. I don't really know I do know that there. It's very very very very hard to get into this business at all. If you don't have some kind of economic security it's it just is You know and I think there's probably fewer minorities than white folks that have the economic security not so that you have to lean on but it's a it's a risky business and you know that's that's that's it yeah. I think that's probably true Greg Howard says he just finished lexus. Pursuit of perfection. Though he heard you mentioned it on Old Pike Ask Anymore Automotive Book Recommendations. He's already read. Go like hell and he liked it. 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But it's there's a book called Super Pumped the battle for Uber which is about how uber was created and came to be what it is now and also tangentially related to cars and And fairly interesting Right on reading SAPIENS. Which Zakho Yemi you me for my birthday. Two years ago and a been staring at it for a while. It's like six hundred pages it's a it's a fucking it's dense it's dense and I really only read when I travel and it's so heavy I carry it but now I'm reading it home again so I'm like one hundred pages into it and I really like it. Yeah I wish I read it earlier but I'm enjoying it now. Yeah it's a good time to read. It is a good time to raise kilogram. It's really I. I went camping as I was like You know away from everything and then reading about human evolution could kill the animals and it was just a really weird contrast that to be reading that and going I've kind of gone backwards Big Johnson Bikes says T-shirts your shot. Makes her just ridiculous. I don't know if you have shopped He says thanks for being healthy dieting but not pushing on pushing it on us like a jerk. I don't give a fuck what I'm doing. I'm doing me. Yeah dieting. By the way. I'm just working out every day. I'm not traveling this irony. I've I've lost some weight. I'm pretty decent shape for me. Put the irony of me People were very nice to me the other day when I put up the t shirt picture because we got our T. shirts for sale blips shift and I guess it looks. Kinda thin in the picture. It's picture me I look. I look thin for me And people were very nice to me about that and I appreciate that. I'm not doing anything though. I'm literally just cooking my own food at home which is healthier than restaurants. I've I've learned why I think that is too because I don't cook particularly healthy. Cooking is in the coronal. But we don't get appetizers desserts. You know what I mean. Cook won a main a main course and side. And that's it and less tripoint because you because you don't you don't have to look at how much work to I want to put in. And if you're GONNA have an APP like an appetizer. It's like what do we have? Sushi's you're not gonNA like indulge because you're getting offered all these different try. You're going to new restaurants. I want to try some shit. You know what I mean bringing out what he got. Can you do but so no? Apps is an easy cut out. And I'm fucking bored. Some doing seven days a week the gym all the cardio are doing cardio. Seven days a week and one of the only people I'm allowing in my is my trainer. Who's been coming? He's been coming in my house the whole time and and so I make him wash his hands and I clean on the fucking get all the bullshit but but So yes ton of exercise because I have free time. Yeah Mike ideas put up a poll on instagram. And it was like Are you going to be healthier? After quarantine ends or or less healthy. They're interesting to see the different numbers and most people are going less. You're like sitting at home which not used to. I mean people are probably moving less because even like those little walks office to the bathroom coffee and stuff like that kind of is worth something so it depends on how sedentary being forcing food is different yet. Not Eating out is probably much better for most totally And Hanan I are forcing it like. Yeah we're not. She's not walking around or an office or whatever but like in the morning we take like a three mile walk on the beach and then in the afternoon I do cardio and Jim and so I think it's it's evening out losing weight in quarantine. I'm not gaining weight. Which is Nice I went to prison. I would definitely be doing pushups. Shit myself the whole five steroids. Before I went to I would come out of jail immediately. I would be crushed. That'd be strong who've Joseph Regan says what's the Best Bourbon for less than fifty bucks or maybe around one hundred. Thanks for keeping his instagram full of delicious food. I don't know where you buy it. But my favorite cheap bourbon to drink and cheap is the wrong word. Affordable Bourbon to drink is by Takashi Clinic distillery maybe Zach. Find a picture of it is. It is their single barrel. Bourbon by two conic distillery there at a New York A friend of mine is one of their head distillers and he is a genius and they. I drink the stuff I get it out of New York and I carry a couple bottles when I come home. Which is the one. I think it's still bottle on the left. This is straight straight Bourbon whiskey. It's like forty nine fifty bucks a bottle great over rocks very very drinkable. That's what I'm that's what I'm fucking with for For just drinking And not being the kind of not not like collector level. Yeah Duchess Private Reserve. That's it no and you can ship now. It's eighty dollars. Oh eighty bucks. Raise the prices a little bit. It's a little cheaper. If you buy it in New York I guess than if you buy it on the Internet well. He has for fifty fifty Iranian hundred dollars. I think yeah I think Fuck what's it called plantains. Bland's is like sixty see going. Blanton's is generally my favorite. But I it's it's it's spike recently with demand I think but it's generally between sixty five and eighty five for for Blanton's which I really like as well. I think there's some like I'm like monkey shoulder and stuff. I think our I can drink. They're all like small craft companies. I see at the bar and I've tried and they're all pretty good. They're not that expensive and they're all just like that. Yeah I think there's a lot I mean. Bourbon is you know there's a there's more bourbons than there's ever been right now. I mean I can't say that definitively but there's a fucking lot so We'll get johnny back on The book yet. Yeah I think he's got booked it right next week. We'll do. Johnny Lieberman is Sixteenth Sixteenth. Yes Sixteenth Jonny Lee will be here and we'll talk about Bourbon and that is that the game is the game. All righty well right on time. That's ninety minutes fucking almost exactly. Well the right amount of questions. All right folks was a good show did a narrower. Taro thirty questions. I like it We are back live Saturday April eleventh two. Pm Pacific Five PM Eastern. Alex Roy will be checking in from no-ho sound on the East Coast and then you could also mark your calendars got April. Fourteenth regular car reviews is on the show April sixteenth. Jonny Lieberman is on the show April twentieth. Johnny Smith is on the show of Smith and sniff from the UK awesome and then April twenty third. It's actually going to be UK. Week April Twentieth because April Twentieth. Johnny Smith from England and then April twenty. Third we've got Ted Gesu calling in. Who was quarantined on Damien? Hirst a houseboat in the Thames River in London on the river. Yeah he's on the river. Look if you get his is instagram is Is Ted Gesu G you yeah? That's the boat right. He's a houseboat on the Thames. That's it yeah. And Ted's limit on it. Yeah it rules over his instagram. I'll find We had one late. Supercharged donation was worthy of this. So this is Ryan Rask and last question everybody His father in law is looking for a Florida car to people in two golf bags. He would prefer manual. He wants an Aston but will those fit two golf bags. C. E. Six wagon is also strong contender. I mean on a second Aston's two golf bags answer some The DB nine's and I think the newer second Gen Vanquish Current Gen D. B. S. Will however they're not manual? You want a deep Own Nine to eleven DB S. I believe that will hold two golf bags. Trump great car so sexy very very cool car. I also believe that the newly no I am an manual to golf bags. Lot of corvette is a lot of corvette. You can buy zero. C Seven C seven corvettes leftovers for sure definitely manual gearboxes. All over the place big chunks able to carry people because the table. He's a golf bags. But why would he want a CSV waggin other than the fact that it's fast and cool and I think the people have a problem with this right basket with how they ask because it's like these two cars are awesome right but if you don't need to carry more people you shouldn't get that big car? You know what I mean. Keep it small. Get the smallest car that you need for your task. Shrew right because small is better. It's lighter it's more fun. It's more agile. Is You know I I think maybe not he I think. How much bigger is it? C. T. S. V. Wagon than a DS like don't feel small because you sit down and look over the the the hood you know what I mean. It's IT'S A. It's a but the two golf bags. It really limits you right you talking about now you're talking about you need a GT style. Cars may be an am GT and Alexis L. C. Five hundred these are not manual transmission cars house. One Hundred Very Nice. Yeah Yeah how about shelby. Gt three fifty shelby. Gt Three fifty manual gearbox a BMW. M. Four you can get with a manual gearbox Yeah get him three. But you're not that high higher at the higher end though it's just it's tough to find those you should go ask then. A Ferrari six twelve. Those are out there with manuals theft. Kenya those five fifty. I don't know about the trunk. I've never tried matter golf stupid. Just drive your five fifty of back and forth and back and forth on well straightaways. That's all they have out there in Florida but that'd be precinct. Oh well thanks just perfect. He has an F. One fifty an Edgy S. T. For daily I mean all right then an aston would be nice jam. Check your golf bags but I think to two thousand nine to two thousand eleven D. S. is the biggest trunk. Aston Martin that you can get with a manual transmission. I love someone said. 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"Yeah that was very and it was all he got out of the car and talk to them again an started and tried to go like I mean the meant his mental space. There is not on point. Cocaine is a drug. Yeah I don't know if he's drunk or some zone I'm but The hubris was impressive. Yeah someone doesn't hear no allot. I am impressed. The car started again. I mean you look at the front of this thing and it is ready to be salvaged and it started. I mean he drove away from one location down the street with like one of the rear wheels cockpit forty five degree angle and left the scene. We didn't look like it could do. It does say something for the reliability of the career in the mid engine the mid engine although yeah. He lost all of his coolant from the front radiator. You know what I mean. I wouldn't be able to do laps you wouldn't you wouldn't make it very far but he made it like six blocks. I mean this is just destroyed and he has written off that. I know of three supercars. He's that picture you've got there. That is a what I call another unforced error. He he fucking sailed this thing. We pulled this up back in two thousand thirteen. We pull up the Google maps link. He he was driving on a gold rush rally in a rented McLaren Twelve C spider and exited the road deep into the triple digits and hit like storage a self storage place. We pulled up the location on Google maps. The storage unit was like two hundred yards away from the highway. He fucking sailed that things so far off the road it was amazing and he also trashed a mercy. Lago Mercy L. Ago. Sv after he was denied entry into cars in coffee in L. A. M. Woodland Hills because he was driving like a Dick and then he left in a huff and decided to fuck and take out his agro in the car as he left in a half and crashed it so he's really good at driving. That's my point. Drug charged with drug driving says update. Yeah I mean. Cocaine is a hell of a drug. I'm not sure exactly what drugs he was on. But I'm betting coq one of them crashing your career. Gt and trying to drive it out is about. The cokie is thing I could think of confidence powder extremely what I have observed in Los Angeles. I people. That can't put their shoes on. Like I'm going to start a business and a band. Tonight's you aren't starting anything guys corona viruses fucking keeping people inside. I what we do. Let's do standing miles on Eleventh Avenue? Come on yeah just like the roads are empty. I you know. If he would've played four guys went out and just like street drifted and it was shot in and they did it. Well didn't hit anybody like we all be sharing that video because it'd be cool if it's being clever and stupid not defeat. Yeah Bummer Doodo Nice. I mean look affluential. That's one hundred percent. Affluential member that kid in Texas. Who Never had consequence in his life. This is where you end up. Well it's I can't remember who did it once. It was the math of lake like Lamborghini. You A billionaire. He's like a t shirt to me. I I did that actually in it and it's like no no really percentages are the scale which is an interesting thing to to see. It's like you know Lee today. I donated a t shirt that I'm never gonNA wear shop sure that someone gave me but it was cool because like. I'm never gonNA wear this. This is if you billionaire you giving that shirt to somebody would be the same as someone giving you like Lamborghini right. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I did that math once and I got very depressed about it. The economies of scale it was someone else to the other did a similar version of that scaled math which was How much is the difference in a million billion and it's like if you had a million seconds? It's like thirteen days. And if you had a billion seconds it's like twenty twenty years so you look at it. Yeah a million. What does that say? A million seconds. A billion seconds is about four months shy of thirty two. Yeah at a million seconds is like two weeks. A million seconds is eleven and a half days. Yeah wow that's a scale. Eleven half days thirty two year and Apropos of our our current financial situation. A trillion seconds is thirty one thousand seven hundred and ten years. Wow Yeah so anyway. If you have so much money where money no longer has any value. That's how you treat. Oh here's the video of this boom for people listening just go to instagram and look up Broadway auto ny all one word security camera footage of. Yeah it's it's gone straight across the road pointing straight loses it and starts drifting drifts right into a park many then luckily. I don't think anyone was in it. And I'm I'm amazed watching this. How look five carling jumps in the area? I mean this is a good lesson in just. Here's a question for hypothetical situation. Do you think that minivan could've done zero to thirty miles an hour faster under its own power or rear ended by bed San coked out in a in a an occur. There's no way it's getting out of the whole life that Bob a really really hope. Van but yeah. That's the fastest. That van has ever accelerator. I mean the force of a car hitting another car. I don't know we don't see it that often. If it's if it's in racecar great you know to Nascar's going two hundred kind of touch and slip. I mean then the crashes can get really bad but it's just more controlled environment. This is like hitting a parked car at ninety cars not slow. Yeah no those. The thoughts take up a lot of bicycling thoughts. Question Mark under license can't do it and see. What does he quietest daily driver for fifteen grand? Miguel Flora's asks used. Ls Four hundred correct. Oh Yeah what does the? Cd was low. Twenty nine on the twos. Yeah as low like. That's that's another piece of people don't think about. Also they don't think about their tires also really true. I mean huge huge spread allowed tires and quiet tires. It's both it's like compound and with all those things a ton Shout out to be wounded English translation on best motoring Thanks for making crazy. Good content crazy times. I thank you guys for your donations during these Weird Times..
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"Be awesome Well on the best morning channel on Youtube you can you can find the old ones. Okay Cool Oh look let's say get it all. Looks like leaving for a dollar for dollar on Amazon prime workers and for a dollar on Amazon prime are available. Those are ours too like the American. Yeah what do you think? Do you think it would be possible to to do a modern best motoring in America like if we went to networks? Could we sell that? Would anyone ensure that would manufacturers participate in that? That would be something that I would love to. You know get going. That's my fucking dream to start that show again in America. It's my dream. It'll be so great we could get the funniest drivers out there. I mean we know all of them literally people that like are fucking friends. It'd be like Turkey and Force Berg and Lee keen and like four other people that we know that are hilarious and they just screaming racecars do that. We can mix it up with the original Japanese guys to be out here of course absolutely chia or does still young tiny Gucci. He loves HE LOVES COMING OUT HERE TO GAME. Yeah what else you got tired. You've craziest Togay battle story or just like do you have a favorite shoot. Her favorite story from the series I think the one that we were involved in and Kinda comes to my mind is when we shop. Senna so this was before my time obviously When we shot Senna but Senna was in Japan for the F one Grand Prix in Japan and Honda had him out at Suzuka To test drive in. Show the press. The new annex type arm and the best motoring crew was asked to film this because they were the only guys in town that knew how to shoot cars. You know in a professional way at the time still. Is this the heel toe video? Is this the Senate heel toe video? Yeah Yeah Oh shit. This is like the most famous video ever. Yeah so so. We shot that all the best. Modern Greek shot that and we had the archives and this was in about two thousand When we started creating the English version of the Senna Foundation contacted us and said hey you know we. We've heard about this. You Know Unicorn of footage of of Senna driving you know because there's not a lot of footage of him driving anything else. Besides a Formula One car. He's driving Stock Ns ex type bar and we were kind of like loafers and white socks. Don't bury the Lead Tarot fucking loafers and white sox right. White Sox pulled out Zach Scott already. He's got the white sox back. We can't play it. Can't play. Show you the freeze for the white sox. If you if you can see this is shot completely like best morning. Yeah I did all the camerawork and and shot this thing. It's it's one of the best Driving videos of all time honestly because it because the way you said. There's so few videos of him driving anything else. Not to mention Cameron. His Feet Cameron attack. I mean that's I learned to toe in that video. Frankly that's what I used. Yeah no no one used to put the camera on the feet. You know only. We're the only ones that ever did that. How big was that camera? The foot camera is like one of those small lips that camera. Oh Yeah Little Guy Okay. Cool yeah it was a little guy but it was connected to a recorder. Yeah so you have like a giant refrigerator sized box in the truck with the mechanical we had. We had a big box. If you if you watch some of the best motoring you see in the drive in the passenger seat. There's a big black box and we you know we. We've covered up with with black with a black piece of cloth. Yeah so I won't be showing the video. Recorder was was in the passenger seat the whole time. Because we didn't have you know pros. You gotta you gotTa slate like twenty cameras together and recorded -tations fucking gangster old school. What else you Trench Schaefer asked. Tara. What's your opinion on infinity. I guess in general he was thinking about a twenty twelve g thirty seven. But I think he's just like you. A lot of Tuner Carr experienced Japanese car experienced even opinion on that got A. That's Kinda random you know we got a couple of. We have one more. But they're aimed at you so okay Well I mean they're nissans. I like Nissans I mean there. I think it's a it's a good brand. Go for which which model is talking about. Has He said Gee thirty seven. They're very comfortable. There's something amazing though like I said it's totally true but it's what he wants to away from it is like well they're nissans and it's like factually accurate. Cam. It don't say that exactly don't say the maker of perfectly forgettable but otherwise fine vehicles. Yeah I mean I haven't driven a new infinity in a while. We should probably try and get a new infinity. I haven't driven whatever that Red Sport one they have turbos now right one of the dirt for Dr Last year. It's fast says it is the go. I've seen this interior before several times. They haven't changed much on that front but the engine is very strong. It's very quick all drafted a pretty good job and I mean they're very friendly they were like you're GonNa do what you can drive on. Rally course absolutely. Not Very very encouraging. Yeah we should call them and try and get one. Quarantine ride Last One Taro is from Dylan. Moshe and he says are black. Top BEAM SWABS FROM. Al Has a special enough motor to be a worthwhile swap in an Ra twenty-six Celica GT. Lift back. Whoa recently blew a softball sized hole in his engine. Can you break down that question? Do we need bracket up? Can you break that down a little bit? He he he. He has an Ra twenty-six gt. Lift back pop. The motor needs a new motor. And he's looking at an engine from an is three hundred. Is that special enough for the car? It's going into or would you do something else Is that special enough? Which is what's our what's lift back. Celica is that. Is that a like an old like seventies eighties. Hundred Bucks all do we. Are we talking about that one? Okay Yeah it's like it's linked three seventy seventies seventies. Wow an is three hundred engine and a seventies celica would be bad ass. I mean it would be. That'd be cool. It'd be kind of like an old Taco kind of right. Yeah Ish I think that engine would be plenty special in a fucking old ass CELICA. That'd be cool and the engine work. You probably work. She's miss you want. I is three hundreds of really eight. Well haven't they the I? So on there's none left but rugged Nice Man. They're all pretty haggard that are left or expensive and they they have bad gas mileage and low horsepower. Which is why didn't buy what good company combination that really sets it off but that's it for the Tara we have We got a bunch of other random like consumer advice questions which will go to but we. We don't need to waste your time on those. We can send you on your way but what do you this is the benefit of fucking zoom. You don't have to linger for the Bullshit What do you want to plug other than? Gt Channel on Youtube. What WANNA plug? Well yeah go uh find us on on Youtube Channel And GD channel DOT COM But mostly go to a youtube gentle. Gt Channel Like it's people like an subscribe can subscribe please and we have an exciting a network to We it used to be the GT channel Creator Network. Now we're just calling creator formula We are working with a technology group. that is part of our company now And you know these guys are really smart guys and you know Matt explained a little bit about what what we're doing over there but It's it's a really It's so advance to be honest with you that half the time when these guys are speaking to me. I really don't even understand what they're saying. But it's like Charlie you go and keep on making content art technology. We'RE GONNA USE. A to flush your content through this pipeline. And we're going to all of your videos and videos are going to be able to. We're going to be able to link your videos just like the rest of the Internet so I was like well that means that I can. I can put ecommerce links or links to my channel or links to my friends channel or links to products that appear on the videos all in the video so you basically it recognizes things in the video and you can link like if you put If correct me if I'm wrong I remember this from the from the call last week if you have a if you have an. Am intake in your engine bay and you show a shot of the engine bay. The viewer could click on the fucking intake in your engine bay and go to the e commerce site. Well it's correct tomorrow. I think I think that's about right. Yeah right yeah and and and the software spots the the stuff somehow the A it does this video recognition and can recognize so if we went and facial. Reggie missiles news tutor parts. I like it it it would take forever right if we did it manually but the AI does it for you. So that's the beauty of it in were testing it out on. Gt Channel but all of our readers in our creative formula in our network will be able to test this out pretty soon. So we're really excited about that. So also you know find creative formula and you know get take advantage of this New Technology that. We're developing sounds interesting. Check it all out at GT GT channel. Thanks Taro I really appreciate your time. And we need to figure out to to pitch best motoring to somebody. Someone needs to fuck and make it and I think when he probably start with the insurance company to get insurance company but yeah loves Hollywood. Haggerty haggerty wants to roll those dice. That would be amazing. What if best motoring is brought to you by fucking Haggerty Balvi of as inc the amazing brought to you by Haggerty? It'd be sick. It's anybody's unsure and it would be those guys. I know they like to have fun. I they do those guys like Dave. I'm GONNA call them. They're interested in is that we know you know between all the guys we know. There's got to be someone that wants to. I'm sure people want to do it. I just I think the hardest part is going to be the insurance and I think the second hardest part is. GonNa be the manufacturers. I I think that's GonNa be the finding factors that are GonNa let you wheel-to-wheel race their cars giving you yeah I know I guess there's fish lawyer is way more lawyers more lawsuits many lawyers. Yeah well thanks for coming now buddy. I appreciate it. Thank you. Thanks for having me guys happy quarantines. Yeah see her thanks. All right bye For the rest of you folks who have car questions for us. Thanks thanks Tara. I like this now. We can't now we were doing a partial guest. See that's cool so now we can. We can get kind of best of both worlds. Maybe we can get a thing going in the future where guests call in like mid show or that that might be something that makes that have a panic attack while producing. I'm not really sure I think it works. They the same meeting okay. The technology seems really cool. That Taro's talking about except all you need is like the CHP to get fucking phone with that technology to go pop your hood Bro. And then just just just wave. The wave the phone over and he goes. Oh you've got market. You know cats you know what I mean. Yeah that's true yeah. It's pretty impressive. That it can just look at a frame though and just like pick stuff out when he told me that. Shit I was like get the fuck. Outta here and there and they said they said he's like he said I mean the they said it's not perfect but like that's the business that they've got is that is to do that. I mean I don't know three or faced on lock. Your phone nights got to be able to recognize something that's true and he's actually far fewer intakes in the world and there are people you have to program the Mall Internet. I remember the first when they first started doing the face recognition. All Asians could unlock every day was PR problem. That was big race. Probably Interesting All right let's go back to the people and And fucking take off the tight Zach. Can't look at me anymore. Someone said five dollars for bench instead. Port AU I had that on my list. Yeah I wrote at the top of my list today Ben. Chen fucked up. Here's the dude whose name I don't really speak very often because I don't think he deserves it because I don't think he's a nice person. I've never met him everything I've ever heard about him and I mean everything is bad everything I've heard about him and not just cars is bad. He had a fucking rough day yesterday. He like five blocks from his own crib in New York City trashed career. Gt Modified by Gim. Bala he fucking smashed it into a van at high speed on Eleventh Avenue destroyed the whole front half of the car and then with a million people around filming him attempted to drive out of it. Yeah that was very and it was all he got out of the car and talk to them again an started and tried to go like I mean the meant his mental space..
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"I'm a family man. I'm a surfer. I Durham four-under. Now okay four hundred cool I get the truck life I get it I get it. So tell us about Gt Channel. We are also. Sean sounds shooting shooting videos about or a pro wrestling this year. We're going to be told you know we. We did this in London so I've got great somebo. I'm really looking forward to that. This old to everything but We're planning on releasing a whole bunch of new stuff. Yeah would have been a good time to have a big backlog of content. Wouldn't we are? We're very lucky that we the we still have the The press cars trickling through but unfortunately I had some very exciting fast cars. That were Cancelled and press launches were canceled. And so we're still. We still have nice stuff to drive but it's not the heavy hitters that we were looking forward to but I suppose we should count our blessings that we are Still still working at all. Yeah yeah so we'll be Sam Itani and James mckeown from node raking. We have little going on every month. But we're going to be ramping that up to every other month now because we're just at home now so that's why I was asking those questions about wire cast the wire cast. Yeah yeah no I mean if if why are cast works. There's other there's other ones too but But wirehouse works. Everyone's got their own sort of sort of methods we've just been. We've we've done the additive method. We started with just sound and then video and then the done the live in you know really kind of it's just always been all video so there you go so you know. I always want to go live and I always wanted to video ama- James like well. Let's just record this zoom. I in your your first couple definitely. Don't don't try and balance the live all at once you'll you'll mucking lose your head. You know what I mean when you Did you have a favorite a favorite driver when you were working on best motoring did you vote for somebody or was it just kind of like just watch? What happens and smile like Johnson a lot? He's a really Nice Guy I I heard So so I met him. I met him This winter when I was in Japan for the Tokyo I'd just I'd bumped into him. And he's like seventy eight years old and They were telling me they went to Nurburgring couple years ago just like maybe Twenty Sixteen. They kind of like this the best morning revival one off DVD. They went to nurburgring and they had gone son. You know driving nine eleven three and M. G. G. TR At Nurburgring and and you know since he was like maybe seventy six at the time they They brought a couple. You know drivers out there. You know to take it out to get guns send you can just be you know the man and just hang out and reminisce about you. Know the good old days and he once they got there was like I the old racecar driver. No blood started. Let me go let me go. Give it a shot. You know. So he he gets and you know it's unbelievable. They're telling me that they. He clocked like the same time as the the younger. Yeah yeah I it comes out. You know they put it they they push it down you know and then they get to the racetrack and they. They smell the race gas and the rubber. It's it's like Popeye with the spinach. Fucking comes right now. Zac and I went to film something at At Bhandara School in Arizona and Bob. Bond around eighty seventy nine eighty. And we're filming and we just hear like Z are one is doing like drift laps. We're like what the fuck is at. And it's and it's comes over and it's and there's Bob Oleg I like to keep reflexes up Iraq and Ma still being you know he. He could go down any second.
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"Oh no surrender. I knew got no. He was so upset about that. Yeah it's funny I mean. That's it's like wikipedia and Japanese but that's hilarious. Yeah they sent a ringer. Yea Right and this is the best car I've ever driven out all my God. That's funny I bet you. I bet that's happened elsewhere in the automotive journalism world. I mean the are one of my favorite. Chris Harris stories that he told them the podcast is that his his mother wanted just a nice Fun To drive a station wagon to take her her big dogs out in and so he goes out on some local like used. You know used car place and pipes this Audi s four avant for his mother at about a couple of weeks later. It's gotTA acting up and acting weird not driving right and he all of a sudden gets a sense of familiarity about the car and it turns out it was the very same press car that he beat the absolute balls off of. Here's before he was drifting Eddie completely smoked the he Any bought his own press car. But Oh yes. Act PULLED UP. Zac also pulled up the the story the legendary Chris Harris Jellab story where he called out What year is that twelve Twenty eleven when he eleven he called out Ferrari for For their press car ringers. They would show up. You know quote prepared or something like that yeah. Did you have manufacturers on best motoring show up with like fold you know full teams and transporters and they have their Dick Sassy guys and yeah. Yeah I I've seen I've seen the whole teams arrive with their cars. They take that. Shit really seriously man. Well Yeah I mean the the the chief engineer whence would sometimes show just to make sure that everything's running fine. I bet yeah. Sometimes you won't even be on camera but You know a lot of times. They would come on camera to and we. We didn't read them but they'd show up even without without an appointment to discuss right here. I mean we've been to car test where there's no wheel racing. Sometimes it's time sometimes. It's just a track day. They'll send an engineer just to make sure the car is set up well because they want your impression of the car to be as good as possible now. Just imagine if it's like this is a national TV show and it's racing. Yeah and I also you know my favorite thing about best motoring is just how it introduced us. Americans to the weird you know J. d. m. only versions of cars. You know the Tommy mackin Eve. Oh the Subaru type. Ra It all this shit. That like maybe saw a magazine. Or maybe you saw in grand juries our whatever but there's a real car being driven by a real guy like that. This is a real thing you know that was. That was very important to right so like a lot of cars in the. Us viewers only saw grant original or as best motoring hat. All those cars right. Yeah type ours even like you know type RS and like you said that s. She is and Special version of tuna versions of these are all in. You can either either seeming grandeur Israel or in the game or on best motoring and that was the only place you really got to see These cars like being flogged. You know yet. It's like perfect for our time now because now it's like people our age like me and Zakar late thirties. In you know the people like us we can now get import. These cars can buy them like ooh Shit. So it's actually like a pretty good reference you know to to go back. Yeah so over at top rank you know Yes Sean. Yup sold me both my right hand drive cars. Yeah he's the man Top rank importers go to import a vehicle DOT com. If you're in California or anywhere in America they have a lovely inventory right now. Those guys are you know they know what they're doing and they do things the right way and all the cars that we drove back in the day are you know. Even the art thirty-three from January this year. You know you. Can you can import it. Yeah you know. I've been meaning to go give Sean visit. He's I told him I said the next are thirty-three. Gt Are you coming? You had that you have coming in. That doesn't already have an owner I'd like to come take it for a day and go play. I I haven't driven are thirty three before. Have you driven all generations? Yeah what's your favorite Skyline Generation I like I mean I think I like the art thirty four. It's just as I'm in love with the minds. Tuned are three four G. tr you know. But I like our three twos as well. Thirty three is just not my kind of thing. A lot of people. I think it's kind of you know heavy and not as agile as the authority to. It's not as not as menacing as or thirty four. I'm I think I'm with you on that. Even though I admittedly not driven a thirty-three and would like to have a go but I owned a thirty two and it was. It was eighty percent of the way to a thirty four. It was really except for the six year and the power. It felt very similar to the thirty four. The thirty four had like better air conditioning and shit but and was a nicer thing. But like it was you can get pretty close to the feel of a thirty four with a nicely sorted and mostly stock thirty two. Did they change the computers and dips and things much in between those two generations? Was it with a Lotta updates to that kind of stuff tartu you know. I mean I think they definitely updated stuff but I don't know if there's a go ahead it's updated but it's a it's a basically the same setup the hardware wise and computers completely different but It uses the same all wheel drive system. Same engine you know Yeah just added the sixth gear and the ratios are a little different for thirty four but like the overall experience of driving. The two cars is really really similar. They're fun those things are so nice. They're just such nice cars. Yeah I gotta get one of those from from Sean. One of these days. Yeah what do you got? What are you driving these days? I'm a family man. I'm a surfer. I Durham four-under. Now okay four hundred cool I get the truck life I get it I get it. So tell us about Gt Channel. We are also. Sean sounds shooting shooting videos about or a pro wrestling.
"taro" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And a couple of things that really stand out to me from that show is. He introduced me as an American into a lot of the brand name. Japanese tuners like veil side H Chaos and a bunch of guys. That had you know. These kind of complete builds. I really you know watch- watching this like tuner skyline like battle like he pulled it up was it a Sylvia or something else. I Had Vale side Supra battling an F. Forty I mean that's like Oh shit. That's a David Goliath kind of thing. I might have seen. Wb for the first time on best. Motoring maybe and definitely h KS for sure I think that was really interesting. I also think that they did such a good job. I it might have been the translations and like or might have been because it was the guys were like. We're like yelling at each other while racing. But I thought they the the racing drivers like really their personalities came through even though I had no idea what they were saying your time. Yeah it was so we. We tested a lot with that too like at the beginning. We used Voiceovers for the race car drivers as well But in order to get the full excitement of them yelling at each other started subtitling the drivers only using video for the narrator and funny enough we use the the the iron chef guy. I don't know if you guys what's that. Guy's name I forget I forget that dude's named iron chef narrator guy that's funny yeah no substitutes Subs over dubs always subs over dubs for sure. I was so great. Just seeing like the racers are the drivers. Were clearly having a good time. And if you know one guy passed the other guy. 'cause they're in mismatch cars? They would kind of talk about the car there and like He has way more top. You just you'd see like the racing glove gesture and the head tilt and you just knew how this guy was feeling. And then he'd get him in the next corner and they are always they're always having a good time and sometimes they comment on the cars pros and cons a little bit but it was more about just like watching it and watching the watching. These experts drive the cars as fast as possible. And we did that. Give you guys some freedom where you like. Look we're not gonNA really comment on the pros and cons of each car. We're just going to drive them and let them speak for themselves that that make manufacturers more comfortable I think they were just naturally. You know race car drivers more than any anything else So we left like the the impression of each car To the driving impression part where before the battles start so if we do like a full feature on a car. If it's a brand new all new car you know they take it out to see somewhere street driving or coin or whatever and they they did get done with all of the baby. Make highlight reel us. We didn't have twenty years later. We're like skipping over that we're like you know. Just show me. The grace road got cut to cut to the togay battle. We don't watch the actual like reviews. Zach we just watched silliness Kinda true. What was one of the lowest of the Sillier ones you put together? Well I mean I think the craziest one that you know there are a couple of crazy stories but Like when we tried to get the McLaren F one this is how I mean is like an incredible. You know feet that they even got the car Ah Tori one of the drivers was a a tag. Heuer driver writes us. He's on L. U. driver in tag heuer bought a car to promote their watch. And kinda like the the the relationship and they brought it to Japan and her tag heuer car. Yeah I was like okay. I think I can bring this car out to you. Know to Cuba and McLaren was very wary. About the whole idea. Taking it out on the track and you know going door to door with these guys. They've never heard of In the end they they they actually Okay did and we were able to get it but You know you. Guys Noah Roger Yes cow indycar driver so I don't brush other yes. A Roger's father was The head McLaren Guy in Japan at the time so it was his it was up to him to okay or not finally okayed it and we were able to get the car for the show. The relationship between tag and McLaren's very interesting and it's an resulted in in most. Recently those loans entree porsches. Which are these sort of nine? Thirty porsches that have the TAG To Formula One Tornado. F One engines. That went in the in the McLaren. F one cars and It's the same. Yeah the the F. One Sante. Is anyone actually driven one of these things? Have you seen these things Taro? No no but that relationship goes back. Oh my God. So tag tag was working Yeah Tag Turbo. V six is a Formula One engine that fits a nine thirty turbo and they found a bunch of them somewhere. I don't know how many there were But they're they're selling these things now and you basically get an engine stand for your potentially Grand Prix winning engine but the engine ten happens to be fucking nine thirty and I think you can drive it. They give you this. Look at this chassis plate. They pull up. So here's your engines and all the shit at one. So this has chassis Nikki. Louder Eighty four thirty four and then it has the history of the races in the Finnish. like eighty four Britain. Nikki Lauda I. That's a good. That's that's Porsche. Built the TAG F one engines. I believe that went into the McLaren Formula One cars. And so yeah you can. You can get one of these things now if you want to be very silly To take a left into left field there. But it's a it's an interesting relationship between tag McLaren that I don't believe still exists anymore. But did that what. What did they race? That thing against In the battle Taro I don't. I don't remember exact. Found the video somewhere. Zach Zach found road test or is that the The actual battle. I don't know it seems like it exists. It's in four by three from nineteen ninety. Four right yeah no. That's a here's someone mobbing on the track. Oh Yeah here's the we. We have ahead to see what they raised it against. Oh it looks like Oh yeah. Here's a race that has like Is it kind of regular cars. This looks like a pretty. This is a forty five minute episodes of it might be A montage of like race cars in McLean if one oh. I'm not sure but people can people can find it. But you know you guys have roofs out there. F- forties and then you'd have like you know the the tuner series was awesome to watch like HP as versus outside version and then like STI versus Eve overs. I mean you just you. Didn't you know you'd never saw that stuff here? Then or now you really versus Yvo battles. Were were legendary. I mean that the whoever won that month I mean. It really reflected the sales of the following month. That's awesome to be. He and Subaru like they were like they came really prepared. I mean all their cars were like you know they were. I mean it's funny because It's it's all public now but One Time Nissan really messed up because It's achievable was driving a art. Thirty Three G. T. R. I don't know she heard of the story. But you know it was like awesome right. And he's like this. This car is bad as it's awesome you know and and He he bought one. I I think he actually bought one. And then He realized that he was driving on best. Motoring was like oh no surrender. I knew got no. He was so upset about that. Yeah it's.
Travel to Tainan, Taiwan
"I'd like to welcome the show. Katie Liang who is come to us from Vancouver British Columbia. Come to talk to us about Tynan. In the country of Taiwan Katie is from photo spire D- Dot Com. She is a blogger there and we'll put a link to that in the show notes and now katy welcome to the show. Thanks for having amy. So what's your connection. I with Taiwan so I was actually born and raised in Taipei Taiwan which is the capital city of Taiwan. I moved to Canada when I was eleven years old. And I've been back and forth in between the two actually look in Taiwan for four years after graduating university and I just recently moved back to Vancouver have but I will go back to Taiwan again in the next few months or so you have two homes is really what you're telling us. Essentially I cannot sort of home because my family's here and my cats is here. I think spiritually I really really Miss Taiwan and I think I think that's where I really feel at home. Excellent will in. Why should someone go to this? Part of Taiwan. We've talked about Taiwan the show three times before I think this is an area we have dealt with. Why should we go to China so I want to talk about ten specifically because I really enjoy going in there so it can be the short weekend trip for me? But I've been there numerous times and each time so much to discover and I think the essence assists me about the warmth the people there and history and culture can find there and we're in the southern part of the island on the western coast of Taiwan so the opposite end of the airline pretty much from Taipei. I guess you could say that. It's about four hours drive from Taipei. But if you take the high speed rail it's only two and a half hours. What should we do in China? What itinerary recommend for US Tannen on is really about the street food so the first thing going to try is definitely to find some Thomas Breakfast so breakfast is essentially things psych? Mike Soya milk so if you find a place where they make fresh soya milk it can really taste of roast. You can also find things. I Chinese donuts and counting style armlet so those are really excellent. They don't want to donate is. I don't know what a Chinese style Avocados got pastry. And then the egg on top and you can flavor with sway sauce and I think they usually ask some corn or pork floss but it depends John. What can flavor you want? It's a really good start today because you have so many different things. Is there a particular region of the city street or or vendor. You would send us to for street food street. Food obviously changes sometime. Yeah so actually confined to bacchus everywhere throughout Ireland. Four China China is especially they have very unique. Take on breakfast so they like to eat. Things are really heavy for breakfast so you might find. Do things like Taro cake for breakfast or shrimp meatballs for breakfast. So those things are a bit more heavy but down really very flavorful. They really give you the energy for the rest of the day. We'll let me let me pin you down a little bit here so I arrived. Let's say by train high speed rail. I get out of the train station. Should I hit the very first vendor. I find or is there particular direction. I should head to find the best street food. So if you get up to high speed rail you won't be in town and city centres. It's actually. It's actually quite a drive from city centre so you can take a shuttle or hop on the regional train and get there here in maybe ten or so and since the descend to attend find much more options so once I've been city centre. They're we're all over the place. I would start my search the Tannen train station. So there's lots of streets and lots of street vendors there and I'm sure any one of them will be really good next okay so after breakfast you'll probably to explore a bit more so I recommend the streetcars Gosh Shannon's street. What's unique about the streets? It was once one of the busiest streets in China because of trade the town I used to be really famous canals and waterways. That was how people got around in days overtime. Dock became less popular and the street fell under repair now all the government has really revived it. And now it's become a cultural hub of so you can find this stroz cafes frosts and lots of things to do that's a good place to check out the street one more time Hsien no streets so it's spelled S. H. E. N. N. O. N. G. But one thing had to be careful of that has to have a lot of different crafts and handmade stuff there so most of the vendors don't want you to take photos yeah you you can take photos of the streets for not of the products are selling in. What kind of products am I going to see it? Sh- street very unique seven years. I I can take home because I find that if you go to a souvenir store general you find the same stuff. All throughout the island are Chanel. Street can find glow pouches. You can use for coins and there's also traditional closing got it. This is when you say street. This is more like an alley. Yeah exactly so if you look on Google maps is actually really short. Okay Yeah so is you are for you probably we're too. I think it's a good time to cool down because hands generally very warm authored a year. So you might want to go and in have some shaved ice and so one place. I recommend as Code Eugen. It's spelled Y O U C h e the N. G. so very famous for the mango shift is and that's usually during the summer months. That's when the mangoes are in season and the most suites and so you have to order the mango shaved ice. If you go there during the summer so it's better to order strawberries in the winter because that's when strawberries we saw in season then after chastise onto more food because this is really just food brings allow memories of place and I really liked to discover food cities to food. I find out fascinating because of that after that I recommend for land she can go to do south for the Dandy Noodle Noodle is also unique Tatan it's actually become uh-huh so famous that it's the number one search word fourteen. Okay Okay and so. There's a story behind it so it used used to be that fishermen in town then they would have a few months of rough season. Were unable to go out to see and so this guy who he wants to to survive over the few months so he started selling noodles at Temple Square and because he was carrying the noodles over like a shoulder pole as he named her Danzon. Nudo for that. You're sorry you by Chinese is not as good as here's the meaning of the word is Dan's I is our knees for the shoulder. Polls OCHRE got it. You'll find actually several locations for Danzon. You'd in China and all claim to be the original and I'm not quite sure which is actually the original but the one I went is actually actually the most humble looking I should say and this right across from chicken tower. which is the most famous landmark container? So it should be it'll find Quite easily and it's very good snack food for lunch or for any time of the day actually okay and you see ah the Tower Chicano Tower C H I H K an correct. Yeah so that brings onto the next eighteen points. It's of interest to check out the tower because it is mostly landmark in China and lots of stories and legends behind a plays You'll find out. There's nine turtle looking statues placed throughout the compound. Yeah they symbolize strength because they carried tower which is interesting. There's also this myth. That's there was like a tunnel dot com next tower to another nearby forts switch. I'll talk about later. There were used by the Dutch in earlier days. The two towers are connected to the Dutch so the Dutch they had a colony colony here in town trading city. Yes was one of the early years establishments in Taiwan and so the Dutch came around around sixteen hundreds and they built a fort called. Well we call it today on PM sports and then lead it. Also builds Chicano she can tower and a bunch of other landmarks and Tannen and so a lot of architecture. Here is really inspired by that area. Time not that. This tower looks Dutch. So yeah she kantar actually does now look Dutch because being through several changes and so now it looks more Chinese after that I would recommend checking out the other folks I was talking about. which is this is a bit on the outskirts of town? You'll likely get due to afford by the streets so the old St is another interesting place at checkout. Because has the many street vendors for drinks and snacks and dessert. You might find things like Tofu. Pudding desserts my find things like the voice Oyster omelets which is famous in Taiwan. The Ford has so much history. You can find a remains the original wall on account pound literally a wall right next to you this memorial hall. That explains the history behind a consider photos and can see the artifacts remaining take time
NFL Renovates Gwen Cherry Park Football Field
"Gwen Cherry Park. which is in Liberty City is where players like colts wide receiver T Y Hilton in former steeler Antonio Brown grew up playing pee wee football yesterday yesterday? NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell showed up here to unveil a new turf. Field and several. Local officials spoke at a ceremony to commemorate the occasion the in addition to building strong children Mister Dale. We build champions here. The gwen Cherry Paul Bulls have one six. Pop won a super bowls. And I think that's the total number of the Patriots have won so we can't be doing too bad and at the moment as we speak fifteen. NFL players will come from this part does NFL players include Teddy Bridgewater Amari Cooper Delvin. Cook Labonte David remarkable list given that Liberty City is home to around twenty thousand people. I spoke with one of the neighbourhoods. Youth coaches not. My husband's father tyrone my name. Is Taro Hilton. I coach I don't know how many kids but there's a lot of kids in Miami here Gwen Chair Park coaching since nineteen ninety nine. So I've been coaching in for a number of years and I enjoy coaching these kids here. What does liberty city like? You got to be your own man like I tell you why you gotta be on Man Maybe neighborhood you have a bad and you gotta good but it's up to you to follow the good. You know you see wrong over there. You don't have to go way wrong. You go way right. Just do the right thing. So what was it like when you were growing up here when I was growing up here it wasn't as bad as it is now. You know you got more games You got more stuff to Troubled kids can get into right then and there. You know You fight you get back together as friends now you fight the guys see you next day you know it kill you. You know. That's that's the hardest part about you know growing up. Here is my violence now than when you're a kid it's more violence way is more violence more violence you see a gunshot You know you duck and everything. It's it's really tough stuff you see on. TV Israel who are some of the NFL players. He came from this neighborhood. Wow it's a whole lot. You Got T. Y.. Hilton you. You Got Tonio Brown. You've got Teddy Bridgewater. You Got Devante Freeman. We own a football field. devante Freeman on that bill. devante Freeman wasn't running back always always had devante Freeman at quarterback so I turned Costa offense. He walks up to coach running back. I put him at running back. I actually really did and I said wow look at this kid him before I knew it. He's running back next level. They take them through the mill. They take him to the ground. You know Tamp Down Bill Amok yelling at them screaming at him to make sure to get right. That's why you see motives. Were colleges now come. They come down. They told me Nick savings over like four times last week. This is found. This is this is to ground right here. There are so many activities comfort. You know whether it's on the pee wee we level what is on the college level whereas school level. You know to get good quality coach. I remember watching you coach Peewee a few years ago. I think there there were like four five year old kids but usually four or five year. Old Kids it's just run run run you know one kid. Everyone chases they are running place. Yeah T- wise little boy. I think you saw touchdown still remembers on that side of the field. And it's just a football instance. Now here I mean you see a little kid at four and five stopping on a dime going across the new and it gets better and better as you grow up. You Know Glenn. Cherry Park is now hosting the third generation of the Hilton family. On the ninth field. Open tyrone son. Ty brought his own sons nephews to practice and carry on the family tradition receiver for Jerry. Pollock just taught me everything I know we had. We had star pledges sit on a bench waiting for the competition was always there to competition was always so you know always full five deep. Every position always wanted to give back community. You know Chad Johnson did Repairman data for me to follow in the footsteps. She knows on your identity paid for this is why we're gotta gotta you know so. I'm always here every year every chance I get another workout so I'm always you got my son. You know my my close friends you know Rochelle. Oh Cato Buki Raj and my tight end I used to play for the coast. Ross traveled. No He's in second grade and he's playing with third and fourth graders in my my son Jean. They're dominated seventh grade football and basketball. They have lost the game. Never know the kids that I grow with you know a lot of kids. That's competitive competitive. Drive as you so I wanna see that you know because you know anything competitive job. It ain't like this so you know it's pretty special. Oh absolutely you never want to forget where you come from your mom and dad always I mean on no forget where you come from so I always always come back to give back to the kids. Let them know you know. I was saying shoes I was in the same season that you can trust me. You can do it
US, S Korea postpone joint exercise criticized by N Korea
"We have made this decision as an act of good will at a meeting in Bangkok with his south Korean counterpart defense secretary mark asper said the two countries decided to put off the exercises in hopes of creating space for diplomats working to get North Korea back to negotiations over its nuclear weapons program I don't see this as a concession I see this is a good faith effort by the United States and the Republic of Korea to enable Pete's but at an expanded meeting Japan's defense minister taro kono voiced skepticism no one could be optimistic about North Korea in a tweet later president trump hinted another meeting with north Korean leader Kim Jong un could be in the works soon Ben Thomas Washington
Colombia defense minister resigns amid pressure over bombing casualties
"The Colombian defense minister again but taro has resigned often opposition politician rebuilding Congress did not inform the public of the deaths of eight children during a military offensive against FARC rebels two months ago America's editor Candice PS triples Mister potato announced his resignation after meeting with president Yvonne do que he said the offensive had been legitimate and the Colombian minutes she had been on aware of the presence of children in the rebel camp that was bombed Guillermo potato has been battered by repeated scandals in September the government was forced to defend the report it said prove that neighboring Venezuela was supporting rebel groups and drug traffic as officials were forced to admit it contained uncredited photographs taken by major outlets in Colombia not to
Japanese PM picks new foreign, defence ministers in reshuffle
"It's not just president trump shoveling top staff Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave he is making changes in his cabinet Ave is appointed a new foreign minister and defense minister with former foreign minister taro kono shifting positions to become the new defense minister Ave has made cabinet changes a regular occurrence in his ten year replacing thirteen ministers since he took over as prime minister in two thousand
Costco Says 'Prices Will Go Up' in the Wake of U.S. Trade War
"Caused go is joining a chorus of retailers who are saying that the continuing trade war with China will lead to higher prices COSCO's chief financial officer says the discount warehouse giant is just beginning to feel the effects of the latest tariff increases with higher costs for bicycles furniture luggage and other things. President Trump bumping taros from ten percent to twenty five on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports earlier this month.
Japan wants you to say its leader's name correctly: Abe Shinzo
"At home. Japan's Prime Minister introduces himself as obey Sheen's, but in the west is, gene, so Ave. That's being the convention for at least a century. But Tokyo, now wants the west to follow Japan's way of doing things. Let's get more on this with Joe. Nielsen Reid who is a senior lecturer in modern Japan at Cambridge University, and an associate fellow at the London based think tank Chatham house Joan, get you tell us more, how exactly do the policymakers want to change name conventions, while this is an idea that has reportedly been floated by the foreign minister, taro Kono or Connell tarot, as in Japan corner vein is family name. And I think this is something of an experiment. There is a sense, in which some senior officials are exploring this idea, partly because of course the convention in Japan for years the standard practice fee like is being to use the family name. I and I think there's also a sense in which in the absence of the new era. Ray wa with the transition from one to another, perhaps Japan is starting to feel a bit more culturally self confident and wants to explore the option of making this change to reflect that growing confidence. And also, I think looking at the experience of career and China where the convention is, of course, again to use surname first. We talk about, for example. President moon Jae-in moon is the president's family name or Xi Jinping. Same idea. It's not unreasonable. I think the Japanese to want to explore this idea how long has flipping the name or. Into it. Is it a new idea? It's not something that's really been forefront, public discussion that has been some evidence that junior high school textbooks in English recently have started to adopt this convention departing from the western Newman other words, but it's not something that I think we've found has been the forefront of public debate in Japan and opinion polls seem to suggest that the Japanese public is pretty evenly divided about whether this is a good change or not. It's also I think driven by the reality that Japan will beginning a lot of international attention will, of course, be in June. Be hosting the G twenty summit in all soccer. We have the World Cup and the next year. Of course, we have the Olympics and looking ahead to twenty twenty the government, or at least some senior officials seem to be tested for this idea. But it's by no means clear up, whether this is something, the government is really pushing for or simply exploring this in a very tentative way laws are the best arguments for not changing the name order. I think it's just really a kind of practical question that this is being the way Japanese names of being. Used by western media in the past undoubtedly any change will involve a degree of. Potential. Confusion. And it's a reality, I think, for now that when, when westerners who aren't familiar with Japan grappling with Japanese name, sometimes they're not aware of the nuances, and aren't necessarily immediately aware of, which is the family name, which is the given name. I don't think this is as some people might suggest a turn towards more nationalistic Japan. But a Japan that what did you in the current context may be wants to feel that it's cultural identity gets a little bit of a boost? We saw that in the decision to pick Ray wa the first time that. Chinese characters have been explicitly taken from Japanese classical literature and used to signify new era. There's I think essentially which particular for conservatives in Japan. There's a growing confidence in the country and the desire to reflect that internationally. Exactly, you talk about radio indeed the Indians, this, this new imperial era. Can you tell us more about how that new air is at the moment being reflected in how the police feel about themselves on the country?
G-20 chiefs: World economic growth to revive later this year
"Growth g twenty finance ministers and central bankers are hopeful the world economy will pick up in the second half. But like, the International Monetary Fund. They see the outlook clouded by trade. Tensions among the US, China and other nations mounting debt burdens and doubts about Brexit Ed to anxiety. Japanese Finance Minister, taro also who chaired the meeting told reporters risks are skewed to the downside. He said G twenty officials fear growth prospects might deteriorate if we inning in Kia Connie's feed into each other Japan, which runs a sixty nine billion dollars surplus with US starts trade talks in Washington next
Oscars To Add Popular Movie Category, Won't Air All Awards Live
"Here are the nominees for achievement in cinematography several categories, including cinematography won't be aired live is now my honor to present this year's nominees for in film editing. You won't see film editing live either the academy has announced those categories. In addition to best live action short and makeup hairstyling will all be awarded during commercial breaks. The air Modell taro reaction from some of the Oscars. Most famous alarms has been swift gear mobile Toro, last year's best director blasted the decision saying, cinematography and editing or at the very heart of our craft. They are cinema itself. And this scathing tweet from best actor winner. Russell Crowe calling it such a fundamentally stupid decision and. Alphonso quorum the mastermind behind one of this year's most nominated films. Roma added no one single film has ever existed without cinematography, and without editing, but portions of those acceptance speeches will be aired academy. President John Bailey says the change was made to help keep the broadcast to three hours. But in an Email to academy members promised a winning speeches will be shown later in the broadcast. That's ABC's TJ homes.
"taro" Discussed on KCRW
"The word. No, taro is a tricky word in Latin America, the taro Publico or notary public can process legal documents that only lawyers can process here in the United States, and that leads to a whole lot of confusion about what a so-called notorious can do in Los Angeles. And that confusion helps scammers who exploit vulnerable people for money. Well, now, the LA county board of supervisors is moving to protect immigrants from falling victim to fraud. Here's reporter Pablo PINA. When Rafael Tobias heat on went to get his immigration papers, renewed he didn't think he would be locked up for trying on came to the US from Salvador seeking asylum in nineteen ninety nine he's here on a temporary protected status or TPS. It's a designation specifically for asylum-seekers with. In the book on the. He says he came to this country and looking for a better future today. He works as a gardener in northeast LA to support his family. He has four kids all who were born in the US meet the best in this movie ended. He don't says his legal immigration status wasn't updated. A oh, man. Here's an Atari you set up an appointment for him filled in his paperwork, but the lawyer wasn't a lawyer. He was a lawyer is assisted or at least. That's what he was told. He paid several hundred dollars to the supposed- assistant to make sure he could stay in the country without any legal problems. But instead just the opposite happened. Though.
"taro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Becky manage twelve candidates in a tight race replace German Chancellor, Angela Merkel's the leader of her CD you party. Bloomberg's on adult says the details so far Matt's head of Niagara. Tremendous. It management unit is a frontline this race uneducated Crump Katembo Michael ally skin stalled parties, the party's secretary in February also spends chances Mackel the week ago that you will not tried again for the leadership. She's planning to surface chancellor until the end of her term in Berlin on adele's, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Japan's top diplomat says South Korea has to resolve forced labor claims that a looming over dozens of Japanese companies in threatening ties between the two countries. Foreign minister taro Kono spoke exclusively to Bloomberg they are responsible for taking care of all the claims from the Korean people. So that's what they have to do. That's what's in the nineteen sixty five agreement and. 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Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts inaugural hundred twenty countries. I'm Ben Clarke, this is Bloomberg. Ben, thanks to the roundup. They are the worst performer among forty eight of European banks in stress tests, fellow British land Lloyd's didn't fare much better than the test with a key measure of financial health falling sharply in the most adverse scenario envisaged by supervisors for more on the UBA stress test joined now by our Bloomberg financial supervision reported net comfort Nicodemo speak to you this morning, what a Barclays another banks get hit so hard. In a word is Brexit. The the UK banks would clearly how to hit many other your European countries because they would be more exposed to it to a downturn. If there was one for example in the housing market or weaker growth in the UK as a potential result of Brexit was model in the scenario. It was was on. Everyone's mind, the focus was elsewhere. But it it really underscored just how vulnerable the banks of the should things turn out. Like these regulators modeled. What are the other complete? What are the other conclusions that we can draw from these stress tests, Nick which other banks were in focus? Well, I mean for me, I thought it was interesting to see the the factor that affected Italian bond yields. So the test model one hundred twenty five basis point increase on on on the ten year Italian bond. We're actually this year alone. We're already above an increase of one hundred twenty five basis points. So if I wasn't Italian Bank investor I would be thinking. Okay. So should things stay as they are now with the physical turmoil. I will be taking this one part of the test as being a potential prediction for the helpings Copan out for the banks. Obviously a lot of things can change as well. The banks can take action as well. I'm not nothing's gonna turn away. But it's a useful indicator beyond that the investment banks. I mean, they they tend to get pretty pretty hard head. Both got hit hard this time around as well. But better last time, but still it just shows you. How? And the strongest among the European banks and. What does this leaves? As anybody got a raise competent what happens next. What are the results of these stress tests? Is there any reprimanded dividend consequence? That's the thing. So we we would love to know all those those questions, but it kind of a black box because there's no possible stale Marcus, we know that the issue be another in Europe will take account of these these result factor them into the capital demands. They may combine and yes should those demands be higher. Then clearly banks will have less money. They can return in phone photo staff or dividends to shareholders. So you can't take a one to one comparison. But I mean, the banks that do do worst would normally be in a in a tough position, how would Barclays they've also been making some brother bullish comments lately about the return of capital. And I would note that the stock is only down slightly this morning. So maybe investors that are taking it in stride. I think we'll be L to make the relevant in the dialogue with supervisors. All right. Bloomberg's financial supervision reports. And they come for joining us. They're down the line we've seen Barclays shares actually Tunceli higher now as I look at those shares in London trading Manasseh rising by about a third of one percent. So we're not looking at a massive rally. But still though we're trading to the upside pops investors, then taking these stress tests a little bit in their stride. Do you know, the one thing that struck me really quite so on this was the Italian banks in actually for better than perhaps some of their French peers, you know, that's one of those ironic things I think when you stress test the banks on a European scale that was one of mild shocks that. I got what have we got stacked up in next. We're gonna talk to John Bilton. What's going on in markets? Double have multi asset strategies J P Morgan asset management joins Marcus Carlson, myself.
Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton
"The lucky Morton onyx powered lower body Exo skeleton can increase mobility and reduce fatigue of its users. Onyx detects what the body is doing and provide support all at the exact time. It's needed sensors distributed on the Xhosa Killington reports speed direction and angle of movement and an onboard computer that drives electro mechanical actuators the knees, all work synchronous Lee, the Exo skeleton delivers the right torque at the right time to assist knee flex and extension on IX. Sounds awesome. It ultimately reduces the energy needed to cross terrain squats, Neil. These benefits are most noticeable when ascending or descending stairs, or navigating inclined surfaces. Now onyx syncs up with its user. It takes about. Seventy five milliseconds for the human body to go from thought to action, speeding up on x will improve the impact on human endurance. Currently, it has improved endurance by nine percents and the powered system lasts for about sixteen hours when using four batteries, the onyx system weighs less than fourteen pounds. The current net benefit is a soldier who could normally perform twenty-six reps of hundred eighty five pound squats could get this performed seventy two similar reps while wearing this device. Lockheed is currently working on hardening the components so they can withstand battlefield use in proving the hardest thing. So it's even more discreet and unobtrusive and tweaking the fitting process to ensure that soldiers can properly adjust it without tools on x will soon use a common electro mechanical structure and control software, which will be customized for firefighting legit. Disticts and military road transport on is being upgraded to us military specification batteries that are approved for infantry use. A robotic third arm appears to be highly useful as well. The US army research laboratory is developing it. It weighs less than four pounds hangs at a soldier side and stabilizes rifles in the sheen guns. It lifts over twenty seven pounds all on its own no word on when we will see this technology, but it sounds like we won't have to wait too long. Think you have good coordination, you're probably not as agile as MIT's. Cheetah three robot in a new video MIT demonstrates how the ninety pound robot, which is about the size of a full grown labrador. Dog can climb a flight of stairs. Littered with obstacles like roles of tapered wooden blocks while blind cheetah. Three can also Gallup jump spin around and walk on three legs. All without relying on cameras or external environmental sensors. There are many unexpected behaviors. The robots should be able to handle without relying too much on vision vision can be noisy, slightly inaccurate and sometimes not available. So researchers want the robot to rely more on tactile information that way it can Hindle unexpected obstacles while moving fast. The team developed two new algorithms which allow cheetah to blindly walkup clustered staircases gallop across rough terrain and quickly recover its balance after being pushed MIT researchers plan to show off the robots vision, free capabilities at the international conference on intelligent robots in Madrid, coming up in October, cheetah three is designed to carry out dangerous tasks like inspecting power plants or exploring disasters zones. There are countless occasions where we would want to send robots to do simple. Tasks instead of humans, dangerous dirty in difficult work can be done, much more safely through remote controlled robots than sending in real life person. One of the things that we learned from the DARPA robotics challenges that it's useful for robots to have legs to walk budgets, even more useful for robots to be versatile and adaptive with multi model locomotion capabilities that they can deploy depending on the situation at the DRC we saw all kinds of different designs. But one of the more unique approaches came from the university of Bonn in Germany with their robot. Memorial memorial used a Centaur design with four legs that had wheels on the bottom coupled to a humanoid upper torso with a head and arms. It was the top ranked European robot in the DRC, completing an almost perfect run in just thirty. Four minutes. We've since been wondering whether these Centaur designed would inspire other disaster robots, and now we have the answer and it's yes, a consortium of European research groups announced a new Centaur robot platform called appropriately enough sin taro the robot was built at the Italian institute of technology. That project is part of the sin taro consortium funded by the European Commission and coordinated by researchers from the university of Bonn. The same group that developed memorial, the goal of Santaro is building a human robot symbiotic system where human operator is tele- present with its whole body in a Centaur like robot, which is capable of robust locomotion and dexterous manipulation in the rough terrain and conditions, characteristic of disasters from the look of things. Sinn Tauro shares. The same kind of rugged capabilities. We've seen in other, I robots meaning that this could be a robot that manages to be both a research tool and real world useful at one point, five meters tall and weighing ninety three kilograms. Sin tarot is both larger and somehow more agile than the video might make. It seem it's made of lightweight, metals, like aluminum, magnesium and titanium with skins of three d. printed plastic inside are a trio of computers to Hindle perception control and motion planning along with enough batteries to keep Sinn Toro moving for two point five hours at a time. The idea is that this combination of quadrupeds and humanoid optimizes both stability and mobility while allowing a remote human operator too much more intuitively control the robots, arms and head since everything is oriented in a familiar way were looking. Forward to seeing more of house in taro integrates full tawny supervised Itani and Tele presence control with hardware. This capable l. the robot may be limited primarily by what it's smart enough to do along with the interface that lets human control it directly. Hopefully we'll start seeing more demos from IT to get a better sense of all the cool stuff that Sotaro will be learning. Got some spare time this weekend. 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Trump looking to re-enter TPP, says Sens. Pat Roberts, Ben Sasse
"Whole lot of change although the end did weaken lot in in new york session and looking at oil prices vary strong dwi crude was up over sixty seven dollars a barrel for much of the morning now at sixty six eighty five doug back to us all right brian well as you mentioned president trump making some comments on teepee he told lawmakers he's considering rejoining the transpacific partnership now you might recall that he withdrew from tree tpp shortly after taking office republican senator ben sasse of nebraska was part of the group that met with the president china cheats and lots and lots of ways their theft of intellectual property they're made in china twenty twentyfive initiative are a whole bunch of bad actions and that cheating needs to be countered but the single best way we can counter that is by leading all the rule of law nations in the pacific would rather be aligned with the us then be aligned with china well the president's news on tv p comes ahead of next week's visit to the us by japanese prime minister shinzo obey bloomberg's global economics and policy editor is kathleen hayes she tells us president trump's move will be welcomed by japan it seems to me that he may be also getting ready to take steps that are so important for asia ex china this again is something that japan and other nations want in place because they to want to counter china's rising power in the region particularly when it comes to trade trump and albay will also likely discuss the us tariffs on steel and aluminum and the possibility of japan being granted an exemption from these levees and on sunday japan and china will begin their first highlevel economic dialogue nearly eight years we have more from bloomberg's ramy inocencio chinese foreign minister wong e will visit japan for three days to meet as counterpart taro kono bilateral trade and investment is strong but the relationship has been plagued by problems in recent years including territorial dispute in the south china sea one topic that may be discussed is japan filing to join a us complaint to the.
"taro" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
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"taro" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Fourth missing man jimmy taro patrick nineteen of newtown township unbelievable mass murders slaughter four young men uh but were more interested in the meeting of eight navy was twelve maybe it was seven doesn't seem to matter the goal of course is to destroy this administration destroy the president and destroy his family i might add we now have a democrat congressman demanding to hear from a vodka trump a better husband jerry comey have any of the democrat children urban treated this way what's the problem their successful at always agree with the trump children they're much more liberal than i am but who cares who cares what does it have to do with anything and to hear people on tv and radio who used to be show supportive of trump prep work what what what was the fire trump man presidents he's our it sucks this is why ladies and gentleman got cling to your belief system he got a cling to your values and principles in easy times they're easy to spout but in harder times they're easy to surrender don't surrender though stick to them stick with that's my opinion anyway anyway mr producer do we have god bless america there and on catching of god i this is in honor of the sixteen men who lost their lives the other day in this horrific accident go ahead.
"taro" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
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