21 Burst results for "Tauch"

Why The 90's Was The Decade Of The SuperCar

Past Gas

05:37 min | 5 months ago

Why The 90's Was The Decade Of The SuperCar

"To pass gas. I'm your host known sites trying to always by james pump. Frey hello there. Everyone it is i james and not an pasta and joe weber. What's up wink wink nation. I'm here for you. And i am fired up and as as the boys have been Saying we are talking about ninety supercars today on this episode. We were talking before we started. Recording i think like we're a little bias as far as the nineties. Being the greatest time for supercars that's like saying like the nineties is the best time for cartoons. Yes because that's when joe and i grew up at least win win. Did you grow knowing how old a year you're six years six years old Yeah i mean born in ninety three so like my k- yeah you're the first time when you realize supercars where thing was in the nineties. I sure i heard third eye blind on the radio is what you're saying about three eleven. Her three eleven to okay got it. So like like the diablo's the labor gyn machines. Those are big big parts of your formative years for sure. Yeah now supercars are a lot more prevalent. Yeah i feel like within the last ten years like it's blew up again. But i feel like the nineties really set the president the president the president and showed what was possible and kind of like blew the whole supercar thing out of the water because we had just come out of the malays era and people were like. I want something fast and flashy and purple and green are really cool right now so. Let's just make cars like debt for sure. And i think you know from the sixties to the eighties like cars. That would be considered supercars today. I mean there are just called sports cars you know. Yeah 'cause they were. They were really fast. Yeah not the ninety s great supercars because it literally defined that genre. That's when he started seeing like dance materials carbon fiber the. That's it that's it really for me only carbon-fiber that's the only qualifier. I think we should just get right into it. Yeah let's go. let's go so so. How did we get to the nineties. Being the definitive era of supercars the term supercar itself isn't really official it. Roughly describes a high performance. Luxury or exotic. Sports car generally a two seater with at least an eight cylinder engine. Although that'll probably change here the trend towards these vehicles started as far back as the sixties when detroit started shoehorning big block. v8's into sedans and turning the results loose on the american public and of course we know those as muscle cars across the atlantic european manufacturers were also busy refining. their lightweight. sports cars what. These smaller cars lacked in displacement and seating they made up for easily in handling and driveability as a sixties turned into the seventies. Those massive motors became liabilities with the looming gas crisis and clean air act of nineteen seventy then the second oil crisis in nineteen seventy nine. The industry yet again. An american cars continued to get smaller and more efficient manufacturers in the. Us knew they had to do something. So they're carburetors. Were replaced by fuel injection and distributors being swapped for coil packs. But we weren't there yet after all the one thousand nine hundred. Five corvette made her on the same horse. Power as a well-equipped twenty twenty. Camry the so-called malays era when autos reached a low point of reliability and performance was in full swing. New emissions equipment was starving the motors of their power. And even in the instances where these new cars had style. The eighty-five corvette being a prime example was under. The hood didn't match up that being said the eighties were still an impressive decade for supercars. Just not in the united states. American consumers still reeling from the death of the muscle car scene started looking abroad for inspiring performance. Every decade is a reaction to the one that came before in the eighties shoved back. The seventies with an absolute explosion of high performance supercars a handful of imported performance. Cars like the lamborghini coon tash for testarossa and the lotus esprit were blowing enthusiasts minds and with the stock market. Looking like pikes peak. There were selling faster than cocaine in wall. Street bathrooms by the nineties. A lot of that pesky emissions tech that was thrust on manufacturers was starting to get smarter as we're onboard computers and fuel injectors the progressing technology let engines breathe better and pass their gases in ways. That didn't starve the performance. Nice if you if you like stories like this check out. Our podcast passed gas. Celebrities enrich folks. Were having a hard time justifying spending big bucks on stiff bucket seats and jarring track suspension setups and manufacturers took the hint burr example lamborghini spent the late eighties upgrading. The coon tauch into the diablo. The coon tosh is often derided for having a borderline unusable only tight interior that overheats quickly so they lengthened diablo to improve the comfort ability in the cabin. The word is this comfort. Yeah right after ability never heard of that. Is that a diablo right there. This is a blow right here and it's purple too. Yeah that's the blister. That i had

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‘Tosh.0’ to End After 12 Seasons at Comedy Central

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:14 min | 1 year ago

‘Tosh.0’ to End After 12 Seasons at Comedy Central

"Point. Oh, coming to an end the show wrapping after its upcoming Twelfth Season Daniel Tosh just signed a four season deal with comedy central back in January. So not sure if he's going to remain with the network season twelve of top debut. September fifteenth on Comedy Central. Did anybody else like, kind of raised eyebrows. When you heard that he just got a four season extension was going to go through sixteen seasons of tosh boy. No I didn't even know it was still there. I lost track of Tauch. I've actually been wondering where he is like just in terms of doing stand up because you just haven't heard his name as much. As I cannot believe that that show has been going on that long. That's crazy. He was so smart about that whole ride though he knew it was going to come to an end and he just went out and did a ton of standup shows around centered around the success of that show and banked a ton of money. 'cause you knew it was gonNA come to a narrow eventually. It just was a format that. You can go on twitter and see a million different comics doing the same thing. Every single day now. So I I still thought their writers were good. It was super edgy and it was I. thought that was hilarious.

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75 years after Hiroshima, they're still feeling its impact.

Between The Lines

09:42 min | 1 year ago

75 years after Hiroshima, they're still feeling its impact.

"This bomb has this frank for twenty thousand tons of TNT. Harnessing, the basic power of the universe. What I fifteen I am on August six, nine, hundred, forty, five, the US Air Force dropped the little boy uranium fission bomb on central hero. Shema. Making it the first city ever to be destroyed by a nuclear bomb. On August nine Nagy became the second when the bomb exploded around thirty percent of Hiroshima's population that were killed instantly many more died in the months and years to come. Now, the bombs brought to an end to world war two but the wool was horrified at the human cost. Russia has since become a byword for nuclear holocaust forever linked to the words never again. Now, this week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki joining me to reflect on the legacy of those events. Tashi. Tauch. She is assistant professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and the author of political fallout, nuclear weapons testing, and the making of Global Environmental Crosses. Welcome. Tasha. Thanks for having me and Michael Gordon Professor of history at Princeton University and Co. it is a of a new book called the age of Russia. Welcome. Welcome. It's very good to be here. Now, Michael the fear of the nuclear age is the period after World War Two when the US dropped the bomb. The fee was that the nuclear weapons would become a common part of conventional warfare but in the seventy five years since he Russia and Nagasaki, there's not been a single bomb dropped in a conflict. Question is this because deterrence works or have we just been lucky I would say we've mostly been lucky It's quite rare that there are conflicts between nuclear-armed nations. The major example is the nineteen sixty, nine border conflict between the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union. So there haven't been many occasions for things to escalate, and there's a strong incentive in those cases to de-escalate. There have however been very close near accidents whether missile just that needing on its own or people launching almost launching in fear of an attack and there. Have Been Plenty of conventional wars that could have escalated that way. So by and large, we've been lucky but we've been abetted by the fact that there has been an ambient taboo that has grown over the years against nuclear first use although that is rarely the policy of any nuclear power. Okay. Now from an Australian perspective, Tic- Japan was seen as an aggressor in the war, the war crimes but also as a victim because of the destruction wrought by the nuclear bombs have is the wool remit in Japan now aggressor and victim. Tarshi. Many pass through consider themselves as victims thinking that Japanese were misled by the government inter- Disastrous Wall Conquest. In this view here stands at the as the ultimate symbol of Japanese victim. But today is victim narrative faces two competing accounts. One is to recognize Japan's acts of wartime aggression, including tweeting massacres, forced labor, and sexual violence. If we see hero Shimmer from this perspective, it takes on a whole different meaning not. Not as a national tragedy, but rather as international event. killed not only the Japanese residents but also many colonial subjects and allied. POW's who are present in the city at the time of the Tom Bombing. The other interpretation that has also gained for Japan is to see the wartime conduct Japan as an act of self defense. This This lesion is narrative recaps here. As the ultimate proof of Western aggression. So fitting the predation of Japan's Joel Roles as. Aggressor and victim during the war will gain the upper hand in the future will depend on how sweet society around the world comes together and develops a shared understanding of the complex legacies or Corna reason on the war in the Asia Pacific region and back to the United States markle. There's a popular conception that Washington had to drop the bomb that it was the only way. To win the war, of course, the war in Europe come to an end in May of forty five. This is early August two, forty five is that true I mean what? What President Truman's options? So. This is a great question and it's one with a lot of confusion around it. Functionally. The only way the only government that had any power to end the war was the Japanese government which was in a position to surrender and the question was when would that happen would have happened later or earlier by summer nineteen, forty, five, it was already clear that the war was militarily lost. President Truman and the US government in general had basically fixed options of what they could do to try and encourage the Japanese government to take that move. There's only two that people usually talk about dropping the atomic bomb or invading the home islands of Japan. Both of those were on the table also having the Soviet Union inducing them to enter the wars of belligerent which happened on August eighth increasing the intensity of firebombing tightening the blockade of foodstuffs into the home islands. and modifying the terms of unconditional surrender to allow Japan to keep the emperor. The interesting thing is all six of those happen Truman pursued all sex and the war ended. It's unclear which ones were determinative. But the point is there wasn't like we had one option or nothing else. The US had plenty of options and exercised actually all of them. On the one level target for the bombs was obviously Japan on another level. Real target was the Soviet Union. How did the Kremlin of you? He Russia Mirror Negga? Second Markle. So. Really, the question here is a small set of people within the Kremlin stolen and his closest advisers and you that there was an atomic bomb project going on in the United States for years they've found that out from spies from Britain from spies in the United States, and they had their own uranium enrichment and bomb development program that was going on at I would say a medium scale What happens after the destruction of Hiroshima is I in absented himself for a few days he went into a depression and didn't. React to any of his advisors and then immediately massively escalated the Soviet development of their own atomic bomb. So they were both caught by surprise and not caught by surprise. It's true that the Americans didn't always think about the Soviet Union as a factor in any decision related to how the war was going to end but they also very strongly, we understood that the key issue was trying to get this the Japanese government to surrender faster because the faster they surrendered the less impact. The Soviet entry in the war would have to how the end game would play out in Asia, my guest, Michael Gordon, and Tashi Hitachi, and we're reflecting on the seventy fifth anniversary of Hiroshima. Tashi. One, hundred fifty thousand atomic bomb survivors still living in Japan. In fact, as a guest of Japan's Ministry of Foreign. Affairs this would have been in September twenty, sixteen I met one of one of the survivors now they're all in education and public law has plied an important part in shaping Japan's post-war Pacifism. Now, as generation dies out, is the role of pessimism in Japanese politics is that diminishing especially in the face of Rausing China Toshi? I don't think the passing of the atomic bomb survivors will diminish the strengths of pacifism in any short-term. The correctly memory of human magazine Japan has been fairly robust and the taken deep roots in popular culture. I can think of a good example that is Japanese animated wartime drama film released just four years ago in two thousand, sixteen cold in this corner of the world. This picture accounts of the wartime life in here she was a smash hit in the box office. Be, atomic bomb survivors will also active in passing down lessons from the world's first nuclear war to the next generation. The city's over here streaming nagy training. Many Japanese Ron Tears as storytellers who share the testimonies are waging victims and a second generation survivors are spearheading efforts for peace unjustice. Well, that brings me to today and really in the last that he is the end of the call was thirty years ago the US. And the Soviets on Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty non stop this was President Bush senior and Gorbachev in Russia in the inside at Union. Then just as it was collapsing now, both agree to significantly reduce their nuclear stockpiles and of course, the updated treaty between Moscow and Washington that expose I. Think it's February Knicks Jeez. So that's just a few days after the next president is warning Michael Do you think it will be resigned. I think that's entirely dependent on the results of the election. Joe. Biden has indicated that he would refine the treaty The trump administration has had many opportunities to re-sign the treaty, but they have not taken advantage of those opportunities yet. Russia's indicated that they're very interested in extending

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"tauch" Discussed on Equity

Equity

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"tauch" Discussed on Equity

"Gamut on price to figure out what works but I'm pretty hype about it, and it's moving away from being an API driven company instead towards a no code, which is a I I've never seen that model before, but we're short on time, so tauch tells about and why that's actually the name of the company. Okay, so which the theo fell Levin, who was previously the of? Named because he wanted people to have to think about it when they say it, it doesn't just fall out of your mouth like Uber. They've just say. Official tone or was like happy. Is it status as? The inflection and however way people want to inflame. I'm going to go with so for.

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Direct Connections - Chuck & Matt McMurray

Talking Mopars

09:48 min | 1 year ago

Direct Connections - Chuck & Matt McMurray

"All right introducing my guests for the first edition of direct connections. Chuck mcmurray and his son. Matthew mcmurray guys. Are you doing good good and happy Easter by the way Yeah Happy Easter? Do you guys to before we get into your current mo par endeavors. Let's rewind time a little bit and chocolate start with you. What got you into Mope ours. So it's an interesting thing. There was a A nineteen eighty eight hot rod magazine. Maybe it was car craft and they had the the top ten fastest cars of all time and they were measuring the cars in various road courses in quarter miles and things like that and so you know at the age of thirteen. I was really into like Lamborghini. Coon Tauch Ferraris did not the cars and car that owned the quarter mile for that particular top. Ten that they did was a sixty two Max Wedge Dart Right which is the opposite looking of a Lamborghini coon touch and I was just completely floored that something that was that ugly could be that fast and so that kind of caught my eye and from then on I just started picking up reading magazines and kind of following the Mo par story and of course once you get into the four twenty six Hemi content and you realize how many engines they own in straight line racing. They've been pretty much the dominant force when it comes to top fuel and those types of engines and things and so I stuck with it then Got Into my own cars. When I was fourteen. My Dad let me by a seventy four valiant with three hundred bucks out of a walgreens parking lot in Chicago knew nothing about it. You know toward the slant six out and and learned the hard way and After that got into a sixty six cornet and from then on it was it became pretty natural to me to be able to fix stuff was always kind of good with my hands and just fell in love with the brand which was weird because in the early nineties you know. Mo- par didn't have nearly what they have today. Or what the late sixties so sure it was definitely a hard time to be the underdogs so to speak. Definitely Matthew. What about you? Obviously your dad had to have some sort of influence on you and your love of no go ahead. Go ahead and tell your side of the story. Yes so I mean I've actually got two different peaks Because I'm interested in both old offers annual And the the new generation are and actually both have to drexel cars that he's bought so that goes twelve years old. My Dad Decides to tell me. Hey we're going up to Wisconsin and we're GONNA TALK HUNDRED DOLLAR. Nineteen Sixty six dodge. Coronet THE ROAD. Kill the road kill influence. We actually did have a pretty big influence. And I can't leave that part out because I started watching roadkill with him and that definitely sparked the interest in him to want to go and fight in this car. So it's kind of whole cycle on. We started with them. And so when up to Wisconsin? We bought this car and drove at six hours home and it was incredible. That was we almost did. Maybe almost didn't make it. We ended up. You ended up getting home all right and we spent six months with that car before we decided to try it out for our newest nineteen seventy-three Dodge coronet which we still have today. But then so that's my interest in Olmo parts. That's how it all started and now since day. I'm actually driving a nineteen seventy seven plymouth. Which we bought on Saint Patrick's Day this year green current Saint Patrick's Day in and right around the same time my dad decides to get a two thousand ten dodge challenger Archie. And I'll be honest at first I was not kind of it. I was Kinda weird new car. He's always had cars around and then we decided to take it out to route. Sixty six raceway out here. Julia took it down the track. And I for some reason to seeing the car out on the track comparing its other cars. My Dad was out there I was like this is so awesome just the track experience everything about it and pretty much that moment on just seeing the cargo down the track during during a testing tune into it was awesome. Was that your first time at the drag strip. No I've been since I was like three dragged him out every summer and spring we would go down there and go to the MCA events and took him to the Shows when he was so young. The only thing you wanted to do is by matchbox cars and free ice cream. I think the influence of seeing enough of it you know. He started to kind of pick up the hobby and took to it. Pretty naturally right on right on well now that we have a little bit of your background. Let let me ask you a couple of questions. We get into your businesses journey. What do you guys think about? The current mopey marketplace as far as where pricing is for not only project mopeds that are classics but also fully restored Mo- parse. How do you feel about that? You know it's interesting Because you know we've done worked for retailers in the automotive market we've kind of followed where the investment Moped level cars have gone since you know after the economy crashed in two thousand nine and it really got inflated right. It was almost frightening to think that if you wanted to go out and get a four forty four a barrel automatic body that you're GONNA be spending at least forty thousand dollars for something so that was crazy but I am happy that the market is recognized that these cars important enough to put the money into them and take care of them because so many of them just got left out in the weeds and crushed and everything else. So it's been interesting to see kind of how that's continued to change over time but what? I found what I found really interesting where you know. The price of the aftermarket is gone. It's actually a lot cheaper now than it was so many years ago to be able to build engines and get parts. There's you know we went to. Sima last Fall and you know you go to the Diamond Piston booth. And there's four different piston types just for the four hundred in a low deck engines. There was stuff we dreamt of twenty five years ago so I think that's great and the new stuff has certainly respond generation in the market You know it's challenging that hell cats. Are you know to get into one now? If you're going to get into a used one you're probably looking at forty forty five thousand but the demons you know. They're still at that inflated price is you know even with all the incentives you're still looking at a seventy thousand dollars. Eighty thousand carbajal are also buying a ten second. Turnkey Quebec killer so I guess that does make sense. But it's it's really exciting time and I think It has never been good to be a mope or guys it is at least in the last couple of years and my personal. I definitely agree. What about you matthew? What do you think about? These prices are the crazy. Or what for me definitely barely for anything that any of these cars I see him? I'll go on facebook marketplace a lot. Just dream you know. Look at Ebadi's I'll look at peabody charters and stuff and I'm just thinking to myself like if it weren't for the fact that he was into the stuff I would just continue to dream and but I think that it's words at is pretty good because if you look at the comparison of other domestic vehicles New prices used prices. They're they're pretty expensive and I mean it's when you're in the restoration market alone. You're looking at expensive prices anyways. When you're going to get into a project you know you're GONNA be spending money but I would definitely say that. For where things are you know. Where the economy is. I think that the prices are very reasonable and and for some cars for some. I feel like you know the demon. The inflation should go down. I'm hoping it goes down as I just I mean. It's an incredible carbon. I just one hundred and thirty nine hundred now. Let me ask you both this. Do you think that 'cause I I've been seeing almost a divide between modern moped enthusiasts and the the old school guys for lack of a better term. Do you think it takes a little bit of fun out of the equation when you go out him by say a demon or even a hell cat or a hell cat red eye because they're already fast out of the box so like you know you dump will say fifty thousand or a hundred thousand plus on a car you know unless your pockets are really deep. I mean how much modification are you really going to do? How much fun are you really going to have aside from just turning the key in going? Do you think that those cars take the fun out of it you know? It's it's a twenty to say that because we've we've really Invested in in both old and new and having a two thousand fourteen thirty eight that ran he got an eleven ninety. Three out of it with soft tires out of the box mods and It was neat. Because you know out of the box you can go that fast but at the same time. There really wasn't a lot that you could touch easily. If you'RE GONNA make one modification you need at least a tune and with a tune in a few modifications if you put the Karni Eleven's then you need to start trason Dr Line making improvements and so it's really never just a bolt on. It's a few thousand bucks so you know I'd say that it's reinvigorated the market but I would agree that there seems to be kind of a divide between the folks that did restoration and were part of this for thirty or forty years and what the new market has done but in some ways it has kind of taken the fun out of. I think you know when when you can get in a red eye in run ten teens or high nines to do that in a body would require a lot more. Yeah so it makes it easier if you are not mechanically inclined and you don't have tools but at the same time it has reset the bar for. What is a fast car? So it's a it's interesting right but they're also forty six hundred pounds. So you know the safety equipment. My concern with a lot of those cars. What happens if you do have something happen at the end? I mean forty six hundred pound car versus twenty. Eight hundred pound. Cars is a lot more inertia

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"tauch" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"tauch" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"The Story of Bolero Fon and the camera has endured for thousands of years. It's a testament to the ancient agent Greek civilization. That a story I passed down orally over twenty five hundred years ago is still told today. A fearsome fire breathing beast with the heads of a lion goat and snake. The camera was probably not a real creature but it represented presented a real fear the dangers of fire volcanic or otherwise were well known to the ancient Greeks with flammable building materials tyrians. No modern plumbing systems and water not always easily available. It was all too common for families entire life to burn to the ground maybe humans thousands of years ago saw the fires of Jahangir Tauch and feared the destruction they could cause ause the story of Bellerophon besting. The camera reminded the ancient Greeks. That fire can be controlled. Blair Ifan on us the cameras fire against it melting lead in its throat and killing it so too could humanity us fire as a tool to shape metal however the story of the camera also served as an important warning while fire can be controlled it must I also be respected. If you're not careful everything you love could go up in flames..

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"tauch" Discussed on Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia

Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia

"What well i mean when you're working like wearing a sexy drizzle settling asking hi guys. I have to very extreme. I'm like super relaxed or like super gus yeah. This is probably kind of in between never professional on. I love blouses. I have a lot of blouses because it just looks a little extra than a teacher. It's comfy yeah exactly also. I think it's important to learn. I'm going to accentuate the chest us but i'm gonna keep it modest down below. I try to mix those two a lot instead of being super skimpy here in super skimpy here. It's important to to know when to pull out. I mean i think the number one thing is women need to remember that you can be sexy without showing everything you don't. That's my fav- can be covered instill be sexy. Oh yeah it's it's. It's all about your presence yeah for sure for sure so okay. What is your advice giving someone. That's trying to break into the industry <hes> so you know it's the same thing with like parents and children you inherit <hes> <hes> behaviors that you observe that becomes learned trait so if you work from someone that you appreciate and that you doing business well you do business well. If you work for someone that's mean and cheats in this and <hes> and you know cursing temporariness organize then you'll most likely run your business that wings. That's all you've known zo. <hes> the best advice i can give someone is to find someone that you really respect and that is treating you well. That's inspiring review. That's appreciating you and that's making you. It's enjoyable to learn. It's not enjoy no work is not where like work as hard work but you you can still be proud of what you do and you can be healthy environment so finding someone that you can appreciate and then working as absolute ours you can like you know always offer to do the extra picture thing link always offer to fill in that last moment you know it's it's an it's so invaluable the team that will say like i can drop it i can do it and i'll bring it not a worry and it all comes. It's gonna come back. Tenfold always gets noticed one hundred her young ed karma yeah no. I i agree with you on that because i've seen people on set that are just so eager and it's like you want to help them more. You want to because you see how thirsty than they are to work in the want to do it the drive that they have so it's like it's almost like re inspiring you. When you see somebody who's like building their way up. You know it's like oh. I've i've been there. I wanna treat you right. Exactly i love sure and then you're gonna be nice. You know like yeah. It's there used to be an old way in the tauch business where people would be mean like yell at you and harass you and call you names and somebody got and i don't know if it exists so much anymore right <hes> but i i think it's just like <hes> you know when someone when you're someone that whole ripple effect good behavior and respect and you only get one shot at the first impression too and the one most valuable lesson i learned is that your reputation is one thing you can't buy no. It's priceless. It is priceless and it's so hard to change your reputation once it's tainted so you have to go in there into this industry being strong and being a nice person you know we're gets around to this is a very small industry like travel and authentically nice. Oh yes fiction the you can tell you the fake fashion world. Yes you look so young that from forever twenty the selena frazar that's a larry i have these shoes that look just just like <hes> just like the row like identical and they're from zara was like the rovers are hey. You know what mixing high and lows lows. The best is like you know that friend of mine i mentioned from w. Now she's vogue and you say the words are and she cringes like the the the copying that they do is just so unfair to designers at original idea..

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"tauch" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Paulie is literally having a meaningful relationship with somebody outside of your main partner, and that comes with its own challenges. No doubt. And I understood this on paper before we started, but fucked, I had no idea how hard down boarding process would be going through that I've really? Have grown in ways that I didn't think possible released a lot of jealousies. I'm still working on jealousies. I'm still working on things to this day, and I'll probably always have work, and I don't you know, as with plant medicines, it sure as hell is not for everyone. But again, as with plant medicines if this is something you choose to do in the comfort of your own home, and it's not hurting. Anybody? It doesn't fucking matter shouldn't bother, you know, like you may not agree with it. But, you know, some people really get triggered by that because we've all been force-fed an idea of, what love looks like and what's appropriate. And you know they just go back to thing, we're talking about two it's fucking pride month. Like a lot of people are triggered by homosexuals like, bro. Who the fuck cares? Like, really, who the fuck caring and was really doing. It does nothing. You know, and they're no sorry to fuck in. I'm sorry. Spoiler alert. They're not going to hell sorry that it doesn't work that way. That's not it. So I don't think what people do in their own homes, and even outside of that really matters of, it's not hurting people, you know, and, and to that point, you know, it, it isn't for everyone, but, you know, if you that's a conversation to be had if it's something that interests, you, or you have feel feelings around that, like. Maybe it's not with somebody, you've been married to for ten years and have this thing locked in the way that it is. But, you know, if it's something that you're starting out with or. A lot of people who start open to. That's another thing another thing I should bring up is I have total gratitude for being monogamous with my wife for the first seven years of a relationship, I think we built a very solid foundation of trust and communication that we now can lean on when we experience challenges like open and without that I don't know that we would have survived it. You know. So I wonder what are the rules? Like, like, you know, somebody might be really, you know, upset, someone else goes through someone else's phone and like you know what? What is there must be a whole different set of rules, right? Like you who you texting right like that? Kind of. Yeah, yeah, I mean, because the because they've had other partners like we know we're Texan with, and that's why I think one of the rules that we have is if we do want to build this as tribe, we need to have relationships with our with our partners partner. You know, I'm friends with my wife's boyfriend good friends, and I wanted to be that way. And as parents, that's the other thing, people always ask, what about the children as parents? I want to give to our children just as much right from our partners. Like our partners have to be on board with being a great auntie or great uncle. And if they're good with kids, that's a prerequisite, right? If they're not your fucking out, you got no business being here. You got to be with kids, and he got enjoy being around, and you got to be a part of the family, and he's amazing with bare so with that he's added value, not only to Natasha's life, but to my life and bears life. And that's really, it's a really special thing to have that, you know, and really when I when I boil it down and look at it. He's not taking anything away from me. He's only adding to my life. You know, even if Tauch men's the night at his house once or twice a week, he's only adding to my life, you know. And so, I think another rule because we have kids is, you know, there's. There's there's many different ways. I recommend people if they have an interest, obviously, sex at don's great book untrue. If you're a female great book by Wednesday. Martin is a good, buddy..

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"tauch" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Gigabit ethernet. In it. I mean you can gang them up together to make a very powerful server. I mean it's just I mean, there's some amazing technology that they've they've added there. But one of the reasons I promoted the idea of the motherboard just the motherboard is that one of the things that the hacking Tauch ING thing has done not that I've ever been, you know, very separated from my son, who's a wonderful, wonderful kid. But he's a PC guy in a land guy we joke with each other being on opposite sides of the fence. But the day that we decided to the decided, I, I would build a hack toss is that he's a really good PC builder. So a no hitter as far as he's concerned. Dad getaway mom doing this move out move them. Not letting do this do the cable routing because he's really unbelievably OCD about it, and it's got to be done right. And we went out and he's specked it. And we just had a phenomenal time together building it, and I go also back to the heath kit days, which way, too young to remember, you'll have to dig up heath kit, but I used to build stereos and radios with my dad. My dad taught me how to solder solar. Sorry, and I taught my son how to solar and. There's just so many things that we're we're making that prevent us from doing things together. Yeah, you could say you could be content creating together. But I mean not every kid wants to be a youtuber or shoot things or flog or blog or whatever. And my son was a hardware guy, and we just had so much fun building this thing. And then we started building other ones around the house for our own purposes. And for my father-in-law stuff like that. And we don't sell them. Just a little hobby, but we've had just terrific connection since that first hack, and Tauch, and we, I had to relearn PC shit. I mean I thought, okay I don't. I don't know about I come from the days of ide- are drives and jumpers and windows, three point zero and Dawson stuff like that. And I never wanted to really get back into that, but any kind of forced me, and so every, every once in a while, we have this huge discussion on VGA cards, or, or, you know, power supplies, and with the latest motherboard and, and you know, and, and, and now it's meaningful because he's talking about it from a PC perspective. And I'm talking about it from a hack Taj perspective. So didn't just improve your MAC. It improved your relationship with your son. Yup. And I would go to Canada computers and I would literally see, mostly, I don't wanna get into the intersectional lists out there, mostly seeing dads talking with their young kids about the computer. They were going to build so they weren't candid. Computers is like fries, I guess, so in the United States. And so they weren't going to buy a pre-built. They were they were choosing components together. All get that ten seventy or ten that ten fifty TI, whatever and will match it to this board. We'll get this, this CPU and I went. Wow. That's that was fantastic. That's just wonderful because I'm not one of these batting coach dads. Get you're not squatting broccoli. The like lift that front leg before you swing the bat for God's sakes, I'm gonna have to beat you. You've heard my conversations with my kids, you baseball with my daughters. Yeah. No, I'm not. I'm not. They don't play baseball yet. They're too young. But when the old enough, I'm going to speak to them, just like that. That's right. That's what you need to do. Where's that? Triple sow for fuck sake. Do I have to take dinner away from you? Put that pick on the ice gut. Dem. And, and yeah, so I see a whole community of people who are enjoying a different life that apple does not allow at all hell..

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"tauch" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"tauch" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Ours. Auburn mind and Tauch seems perogie he's a fucking amazing musician out of Sedona highly recommend Wasco album. He did for Aubrey in the Iowa remixed album, but he talks about. Buffalo medicine in this idea from the Lakota of what the buffalo represents is a spirit animal when the buffalo have a storm coming. They don't try to outrun the storm. They get shoulder to shoulder with their family, and they go head first into it. Because they know that's the fastest way to get out of that storm. Right. So what is the fucking fear? Let me engage with that. Let me fully accept. What is let me surrender to it and move through it because that's the fastest way. If I try to ignore it or non acknowledge it or think of ways to outsmarted or out quick it that never fucking works. It will always catch me from behind. So I really have to decipher and that comes with being still like what emotions in my feeling that. I don't like, oh, I'm feeling anxiety. Or I feel fear. I feel this thing pulling me out of a lineman with love and when I see it. And I am willing to look at it. Then it can actually be. Gin to have an idea of how to move through that. And oftentimes it's with full acceptance of what is rather than resisting right resistance to my wife having a partner, even though on paper. I wanted to have a partner in on paper. I know all the reasons we choose to do poly to have more than one meaningful relationship more than one love and to know that love is infinite, and as you have more children that doesn't take away from your first child's love that. That's it's still there. Right. So as I've really decipher these things, I come to the place of the it only adds it takes nothing from me. It only adds to my life because it enriches hers. It enriches my son's enriches my life and turn there's a. Different types of monogamy, you know, and course, and like, well, I mean to so like there's a. In india? They have the Brahmachari shrimp is called the renunciation Ostrom into this is like hardcore very rare that you get an incarnation where you could even do that. But some people they according to this particular belief system. They've gone through the melt so many times that they get born into a family of. Conscious family for lack of a better word, and it's like a it's a really great for me. Like I stumbled upon this round. And all this stuff just by good fortune because my mom's stumbled upon it, and there were books around and stuff, and I just got lucky, you know. That's bullshit is chance. Nothing is right. He's fucking called that into being your executive supposed to be loved. So maybe coded in with some karma to burn off. And then I got lucky, and then I got to meet some great teachers who work with me in like if like helped me reconnect feel the earth under my feet, so to speak and. But some people get born into like, like an example. Dildo can see Rinpoche is this. Dildo. No, I know it's like that though. That would stink to be like thank God the Buddha. Thank god. His name wasn't dildo. Mind Buddhism, not happen. Like Jesus's name had been dildo. Would there still be Christianity? Because people be like they've just rename him. Probably. But of course, in those days, they didn't know what a dildo, then maybe a dildo. It'd be called Jesus. Maybe Jesus around long before dildos. So then that that would have been switched. There have been a native. For sure for sure right now. So more on the planet. There is a Goth who has a Jesus shape dildo. Maybe like an aside down crucifix. And she or he is just they're fucking themselves with it right now in their mind. They're like, yeah. This this show your God. I'm so dark. Funny. It's like whole areas to imagine that that that is a that's happening dill. I could be mispronouncing his name dill go. Kency rempac. Very very great teacher and. Interesting story his life, man, and. He was born into a family, and he went from a very young age..

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"tauch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Keep us together. If you were around listening to top forty then you know, what I'm talking about. You get on the school bus. It's on the radio. And then Tony to kneel will the captain into Neo became super popular. I was mad when mom and dad didn't earn. Mom, dad and sisters and everybody don't wanna bring little brother along to the captain Antonio concert when they were here in Sacramento. Yeah. How I mean these these guys were so popular for a time that like you would see them on everything. I remember Tony to kneel and she had those beautiful huge teeth huge teeth, but she was really fun and everything. Still is I'm sure. Fascinating about top forty radio the time they play this on right? And then they may come off of this song, then they play something like fame, David Bowie or. Tauch by Z Z top right after this. Daryl dragon was the other part. He was the captain. The Mark is referring to of captain Antonio he passed away. A sad to see that seventy six years old from renal failure. Daryl captain dragon. From the legendary nineteen seventies pop duo, captain cabinet to Neil. This was again. Does huge and his ex wife.

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"tauch" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"Here it is your small batch, micro, for the most English travellers, if you take this eggnog and get your hands on a gnome in larger you might just blend. In remember, take these drinks with you and use them outside of iron forge, right before you plan on meeting farther winter and Fraz as pains me to say, this, you're very welcome. Signed Tosh buffoon. Oh, wow. Thank you, Mr. Tauch. Maybe we'll come back and visit him someday. Oh. Well, thanks, Taj. We owe you one happy, very man, we hope. Soon major portal..

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"tauch" Discussed on The Site Shed

The Site Shed

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Coop scrolling down. Then do you wanna talk a little bit about the Tauch free? I do wanna talk about some of these meetings. So one of the meetings, and this is Ellen. I but this together years ago for our mutual call power partners. And so the meeting with you, his just what it says, I have a top five at Matt's. Herbie talk about the top five, you know. So there's master project list of a hundred hundred twenty five things that you're gonna get done in the next three to five years. And then you boil it down to your top thirty which is either gonna fix your biggest problem challenge. Great chance to be profitable. And that's one year. And then you sort it again using those same filters down to your five that you're working every week. No matter how crazy our week is. You said you said that these five things would make the biggest impact. Fits the problem challenge. Bachchan's profitable. So there is nothing that you can do all week that will be more important than that. But life hits you, right? So this meeting with you mine is on Sunday. Every Sunday, I have recurring appointment in my outlook. And in that meeting with me my top five or they're my goal. Four seven power contract. Is there how long to create that money who I'm going to be working with? I really hate the time to have written it out. And I edited each time, including where my clients are what do I need to do some other work that I have to get it out. You know? So all of it is there it is two things. It's kind of like GPS in that year a little off this. And it helps you drive back to ways said you wanna go I tell you everybody that I've trained to do this meeting with you. They do not skip a week. Now, if you're always waiting to your meeting with you to work on your top, five, stop and ask yourself. Why? No once in a while, I will do that..

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"tauch" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"Twenty entries. In the world of high finance that are ten thousand hedge funds. How do you know where to bet? One of the first ones K R S chose was called aero hawk durable alpha it had no track record and long odds reporter, John Teves era, hawk was one of the first sort of alternative investments, as we call it where we had these third party middlemen would come to Kentucky what time it systems and introduce KRAS to these alternative investments, they came to Caras and said usually putting your money in these funds. And we think these are the best places for you to invest the states money. These middlemen are called placement agents apparently unbeknownst us the placement agents were being paid fees. So they were compensated. Very generously for us giving our business to these funds. The lead placement agent for arrow hawk a fellow of Newark named Glenn surgeon. Yeah, this is Flint search. Yes. So this guy he was the sales for home. Mojo in two thousand nine when aero hawk was being considered the only person on the K A R S board with much investment management. Experience was Chris Toby he thought it was a risky bet. Hitch on you're looking for a fund that has a track record. It's. And this one didn't. But Clint surgeon had relationship with 'em toss chief investment officer of K R S at the time Tauch Solis that Toby told me that chaos is chief investment officer, Adam Tosh convinced the board to invest in aero hawk which resulted in a large fee from aero hawk for tasha, man Glenn surgeon, and how much money was he paid to bring in airlock two million for hawk, but he brought in some other investments total of six million. But at the time of the vote the board didn't know there was a placement agent operating in the background because it was never disclosed financial statements was never disclosed anywhere. Even the existence of placement ages. I think that while the key issues is disclosure of placement fees and as Toby then hired Ted Sidell a financial crimes investigative. They eventually filed a thirty two page complaint to the SEC case, the SEC and state auditors investigated and found no laws were broken. But the auditors did conclude that Taj violated care. Ss disclosure rules. Tauch went to work for Tosh left Kentucky and has not returned. Our calls surgeon has since died headline here. Well, the headline was that there were these abuses involving placement agents fourteen million dollars have been paid to undisclosed individuals for doing little or nothing. It was happening all over the country public funds pay hundreds of millions in placement agent fees. So it's a significant problem, and it's a real waste of retirement savings. Air hawk proved.

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

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:03 min | 2 years ago

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

"I'm imagining some awful guy who's fingernails too long some kid catcher type, and I'm assuming that Pierpoint is all business from a nation of shopkeepers as time went on. He decided he wanted to leave the grocery business on open a pub he felt like having a pub was an opportunity for him to be his own boss. And so he did open a pub the pub was called help the poor struggler. I mean, the English, you know, they name their houses, and they named their pubs strangely. I mean, I love the names of English pubs, but help the poor stroller is a complete sentence. Yeah. Help the poor struggler was the name of it. It's not it's rarely theirs. A verb. This is what I'm saying in in the phone the name of the phone. It's. It's really, you know, the crown it's not sure where the crown Robert the Bruce died on the on the cross. So at the same time as he's pouring ales for people he still occasionally getting called up to execute criminal not occasionally, he's the chief executioner of the United Kingdom during this period. But also, the pub man and would sit and poured beers and sing songs now that's part of the appeal of the puppies. Like the early the boxer who has a steakhouse or writer, but famously he was called to execute one of his favorite customers know a man by the name of James Corbett who was such a regular at the bar that Pierpoint called him Tisch and James Corbett called Pierpoint Tosh. They had nicknames for each other Titian Tauch, and they would sit at the bar and sing in harmony with one another and then James Corbett killed. His mistress in a fit of anger after having too much to drink too much. Drink of the the help for struggling and then ended up going to the gallows and Pierpoint was his executioner and came into his cell and greeted him. You know, Hello Tisch. Do you think that would be a comfort for the condemned? According to the guy, according to Pierpoint it calmed him. And the fact that they had, you know, Pierpoint said he kept it light. He kept it professional. But like if he faltered at the step he said come on tissues, man, or whatever and like walked him up. And and it all it all went off without a hitch. But Pierpoint he used that as an example later on in life as he reevaluated his career and came and decided that he was anti capital punishment. He said if it were truly a deterrent to murder this man of all men who knew I was a hangman and was his friend. It would have deterred him. Maybe more than anyone else. I mean to drink with me night after night that the hangman, and he said, you know, if this guy would go ahead and kill his wife anywhere kill his mistress. Anyway, it's not like it's going to deter. Someone out in the streets. I think there have been many many attempts to show that capital punishment does deter future crime in some way..

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"tauch" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Pita Tauch of course. It's going to be a great day out in the countryside, wife from by routes, traffic and pollution. And then the mother of all traffic jams before he minute trip over the hill tixx newly three hours. The playlist ways. Thin is only so much paid at Tauch grown men who listened to. Finally, we make it to David point at the entrance to the valley roadside cafe where fixer has arranged to meet the growers. There's a solid man in his mid thirties in jeans and a worn great Teixeira who looks at like Pete Sampras and a much more sharply dressed character wearing a gripe LIZA with slicked back hair liberties. Don Johnson everyone hugs each other, but it soon clear. There's a problem we sit inside while the fix negotiates. There's lots of loud conversation and I'm waving fix. It comes inside to explain. The cannabis grows didn't realize we wanted to film. They crop clear that pictures are essential. This was the whole point of coming here. Okay. Okay. Says the fixer. Let me talk to them. They reach a compromise. Don't Johnson filmed at all, but Pete Sampras will as long as his entities concealed fine, fine. I say, we don't want to miss the harvest. Pete gets in the back. The Lebanese security forces on really in control of the beca- there are a few army checkpoints, but this is a tribal area run by Shia families. Hundreds of black flags fly along the roadside, but this nine eight for Allom the not a sign of extremism. They Marcus Shia, religious, fistful, cold shura, and then things start to get complicated. We have to stop multiple times to ask for directions, doesn't pay Samper snow the away to his own crop. In the back of the car ABC producers Charene tries to get to the bottom of things. Going to. Charene explains a guy is cannabis grow, but we can't go to his phone because he shot someone yesterday and people are off to him. We going to another field and passenger needs to be with us so that no one shoots us filming. Commas into starter is headed. We've stumbled into some kind of complex feud. People have been shot. One of passages may have Scheldt someone yesterday, which means we can't cut his field and must instead head to one of his friends crops, the person he shot who's connected to the Elmo SRA front, which was one of the extremist groups fighting in Syria. Oh, and the passenger. He's also wanted by the Lebanese army. He's got Susie warrants out against him. He says, as we pass through another checkpoint the pita Tauch road trip, what needed different soundtrack riders on the storm. Brain is were. Eventually after asking for directions, if you dozen more times and driving for about an hour down a series of narrow tracks, we find cannabis crop field of chest high plants, the with sticky buds. Perfect. Exactly what we came full. We still unloaded the camera, gay warmly welcomed by the fields, caretaker, great. Things are gonna work out. Someone hands me at diet, Pepsi and a packet of salted pumpkin seeds, Greis. Terrific. When does the harvest begin? Oh, cisa local fixer. There's no harvest today. Before one month. They're harvesting. Cameramen Erin quietly employed told him this would be an easy shoot harvest day in cannabis field, but imagine the team happy workers counting plants and tossing them into a tractor, perhaps at sunset when the lights, lovely and soft, maybe they'd be smoking. Spliff says they worked television gold. Now, what we've got is the field in the middle of the day. It's about forty degrees in the sun's directly. I've ahead the worst time to film anything. Start speed munching the pumpkin seeds, one of the farmers sympathizes and hands me a cigarette smoke, but I like this one. The note how. This is what we're going to have to film him. He said he can turn the tap on and turned the sprinklers on something. At least we've got Pete Sampras to interview. He stands next to us expectantly. He's holding an k. forty-seven because he wants to show that growing. Cannabis is a risky business. What about concealing his entity? He says, wiping around the Kalashnikov is he makes his point about being a wanted man. Yeah, that's fine. I say the gun warily is it loaded rain to us paid if he could please point the gun at the ground while he's talking to us, don't. Why are you whispering the safety zone. I'm totally over this now and want to film the interview and get out of here. Pete says he doesn't have anything to cover his face. No one else does either this Mouloud discussions and Pete and his posse jumping to their car, I say, to go and get scuff. I'm not so sure. Erin Charene and I left alone in the cannabis field. This have been my teenage self stream. Now it's a nightmare. We'll the cannabis posse return. We film a frame. We hit him. I get out of here. We'd like to have a word with a bloody pay to toss. Adam,

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"tauch" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Smile choreography. Cool. I'll do that kind of thing. I was looking all might give me a black and gold outfit, and I will be right there at your best. And I told you, I still have the affinity for the purple. So I'll tell you now. Killing the cartoons, you killing the music your touring. Is there anything? I mean, if you have time, I don't even know how you would have the time, but anything else you haven't hit yet that you would like to kinda like step into Dobelin just because I'm like that Alyce nut with back on Asian bomb light into techy stuff a lot. Oh, always an hour. We say had just want like an app to kind of help me, but we my life in my fictive life of some was at manages wanna find like a way to be involved in take that helps people kind of do I know because it was like an app is like duck. You should cut your assistant and be still do things in sometimes like there's nothing more mazing than the natural human to help you do the things that needs to get done. You know, like on notice. The different as not like Tauch in blahdy bloody difficult. You know, I'd like to probably I won't say develop something a little bit more streamlined and easier as far as like humans, helping the humans do things that need to be done. So at basically that would like sin, somebody text message when they breath stinks. -bility orlando. To go to my house and do this, and you always work with this person, but you don't have to do all the things around it. Like, you know, you can do your references getting right. You know this things, especially nothing about how allows will see transient, we all at moving around. No one's in one place in he need like a home. Like I know my house is tipped right now. 'cause I definitely through everything in the bag. Dan got home in ads. So many dishes in the sinking ho tire been a long month and I was like our pay someone a sow. Not going just assistant. I don't like it only work like that. No, and I wouldn't have one assistant washing my dishes like that's ridiculous. Get clean, but you need someone, you know your space. In your face and essentially becoming you and figuring out what the things everybody has a significant other and nobody has the luxury of having a a mater, whoever how no..

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"tauch" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Yeah, you get one and don't drive it, but it. You know, we're talking very small percentage of people, but if you've got three hundred or four hundred to spend on a car, you don't plan on driving very often. That is just designed to look there. Look, look pretty and make some money for you. You could do better. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of dispute that at all. You can do a lot better. You know, three hundred spent on a Dino you're not gonna drive is going to be better than three hundred spent on nine hundred. Are you know some some level of of vintage car. That's almost what would it comes down to and we have clients of looking at different cars. What do you want to spend your money on the driving experience? The collectability, the cachet or the investment, the investment? You know? And yeah, eighteen vanquish eeking Osman's yes. I mean, I I really liked the new Zack wish to drive good the the eighteen. We'll have this the eight speed gearbox which is better this one, unlike the one is actually I, I think nice looking car. Yeah, there it is. That's, I mean, that looks great. It looks like a bigger version of the v the vantage God. It's very cool in the light treatments. Like, unreal, you can't really see it, but it's a great picture of the tail lights there. It is. Yeah, yeah. It's like I fiend LED her by. Like old school, fifties. Tailfin era. Yeah, I'm into it. It's like a new deco. Fucking cool. New deck. Got yes. He got one on this one. Although I've driven this car with the square steering wheel, it's funded weird. I don't like square steering. Don't like flat bottom steering wheels. I don't like square steering wheels, and I don't like these new hyper-cars where they just cut the top third wheel off entirely. Fuck you. Still depart this thing to fund you. Oh man. Akhoon Tauch sands.

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"tauch" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"For that. That's a good point. Yeah, absolutely. That I think between CGI impractical stuns is is really what makes yeah, the mission impossible movies, the kind of their own special thing I want to see again this week from watching a second time from the first time you kinda gone, oh my God, it's Tom Cruise, higher. Does he do that? I went from that to, oh my God highway filming that, you know in time specially those bike scenes through the streets of potus it's phenomenal and the halo jump. We actually had a cameraman also during the jump with just amazing. Allison Williams admission script is obsolete Tauch, but let's face. It doesn't mar when the action is so good that I only side when the women in front of me started on her kebab. Wow. Do you think clearly? So I'd mission impossible fallout shortly after you review last Friday, I have to say it far exceeded my expectations. Unlike some of the recent bond films, it doesn't seem to be suffering from an existential crisis. It's an ashamed lead it unashamedly delivers great action and employs -able plots and the audience is Hopley cutted along with it. Suspending disbelief, I agree pretty much with all said about the performance of the cost with the exception of Simon Pegg whilst you Lee delivered some possible comedy moments, I can sometimes find his every month slightly out of his comfort zone character a bit man. Although I much prefer his character to Scotty, my friends, and I follow the tip of covering her eyes during the opening credits, although do under whether the bemusement this caused to some of those sitting around us may constitute a new breach of the code, famous looking forward to Friday, show John Gleason in Birmingham. Thank you very much. Indeed.

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"tauch" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"tauch" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Obviously having vita on the defensive line last year too as well helps he's gone and they'll have to play him figure out the defensive line with a secondary is going to be a good little backdrop for them as they have a guys keith taylor tila rapid safety and then also joe joe mckim tauch a big heart hitting safety as well on was wisconsin is we're going to finish off the top ten here before we sign off for the day wisconsin their office of line always been a big thing pokers is a big office of lying guy obviously with his staff they're going to try and get some big big guys in there to replace some of the voids they've had duda duda drafting looks like this year it's going to be bobin schwartz will david edwards michael dieter to be the big guys they're going to fill in those holes they i mean well not fill in the hole beat the guys were there and had to get some guys fill all of those guys at said all americans was mixed mixed me a little bit but no wisconsin the alex broke i mean if he's going to be even serviceable next year you gotta be able to make sure he is a safe and sound back there behind lies scrimmage have miami at it's it's gonna be linebacker position obviously they hit the figure out whether they're going to do with the receiver i think is a little weak but definitely the defense that linebacker shouldn't really have at various lettuce linebackers i mean even you look at the interceptions by position next last year you think obviously secondary is going to lead that cornerback safety but they had a bunch of linebackers with some great hands and they were definitely wearing turnover chain with pride last year a bunch of guys linebacker position instruct quarter min is definitely guy to watch also michael pitney and zach macleod are two guys to look at this.

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