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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

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03:45 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:24 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"The tap brothers and we hit a disgust cars car repair and listen retaliation. This week was celebrating thirty years. Npr by asking you what you want to hear and yes. we did. Note that the top vote-getter was the week in two thousand six. We both that laryngitis. And weren't able to speak but a close second to that was some of the hate meals received now. My brother love's reading are hate mail on the air and a lot of you. Remember this particularly precocious letter from a little tour named melissa. Dear cod talk. I just want to warn you that if you don't do something about that show of yours. I'm going to tell the. Epa the environmental protection agency by the way this is written in. What seems to be a child's handwriting. Don't you think maybe not to know i'm gonna write. Tell the epa to put a ban on your program. I'm tired of you. Polluting the airwaves with all those dumb jokes. I think your show is absolutely awful. And i'm sure that there are others who agree with me. I would also be. It would also be greatly appreciated if you would stop saying. Don't drive like my brother at the end of each program. I've never seen either of you dry but it can't be that bad file. You say you run a mechanic shop. I don't believe you. Nobody in their right mind would let either of you work on their cars sign. Melissa peterson seattle washington. Ps you might get more callers if you didn't insult the ones that you got p. p. s. My dog hates your show. You're right you said you wanted more male. Well here it is. I hope your satisfied. I'd new talk about venom. Wow gre- that was pretty potent. While i was be hard to top that one wouldn't it wouldn't. That's what i call fanmail. We're gonna thousand of those a week. It's good to know that i mean. She thinks that much of us that she wrote at length. I asked for the meal that night. You take anything in one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five low. You're on car talk. hi it's christie christie. Don't tell us no tell us where she's from. We're going to tell them how to spell it kogyo for o from chicago so let's just see hris ti ty. That's what he meant. Parliament had been if you had been like from like from from la y. s. t. e. e. e. Here leaders not right. That's a cheerleader spell. You got it. So what's going on kristie. I want to ask you guys. we've got about a car. Problem happened about fifteen years ago to my dad's old citation that i was driving. I've been feeling bad about it for a while. Nice just find out exactly closure closure it is closure something that's been plaguing you for fifteen years causing you nightmares. Is this something laming you for for really now. I mean reference to it after all these years you know. There's you know the car. The car died and i think he was surprised. Okay i was driving. I've got sixteen years old. And i was driving from south in indiana. It was your fault. I'm driving a nineteen nineteen. Eighty two chevy citation. This would have been like nineteen eighty two eighty three. I think the car was maybe a year old driving from south. Bend to where. I'm trying to get down to the Indiana university down in bloomington indiana about four and a half hour drive. Okay i get about. I tried for about half an hour and the temperature late starts kind coming on. I mean it's kind of coming on. It's going off it's coming on. It's not doing it in any kind of consistent way you know. It'll blink on for wound. So anyway i was just like okay. This is an problem. So this is a glitch. Yeah right quick. Because before we've had some real i'm like this is just another weirdo car thing. I go into the glove compartment. Get out of piece of tape. Put it over the lights be dealing with. Listen to our show at the time. I didn't know you guys were you guys on. The air used to sell the special tape in fact still have it so you put the tape over the light dr driving. Well i started losing acceleration. But that doesn't really thought me. Keep going until the car actually just stops. I mean i can't. I can't actually go any further and now i'm kinda like in southern indiana. I get towed down to this little mechanic shop put a new thermostat in the car and they told me to go back to south bend. They're like this. Is you know i they. They said this is like a band aid. But you know go back to south band. And of course i didn't. I drove another three hours. Went down to the. You know bloomington joe back the next day. Four and a half hours. You drove down to bloomington because your boyfriend was party to go down there. I was young so you turn around drive four hours back. Yeah and and you know i. The car was fide on. Oh no no tapes. Often the whiteside not blinking anymore. Okay so i get back to south bend and You know. I thought everything was fine those mechanics. It's fixed it thermostat from whatever and my dad then got in the car to go to work. He worked about ten minutes from our house and car just blows up. The engine block was almost melted. Together was really. It was a major major problem and my dad was is utterly confusing. Of course he came home and asked me if anything happened. And i said i know gosh really dream all the way down loyd back trying to figure out why the car why did like just putting thermostat and do and did..

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"You have to spell your first name all robert you as an umbrella peers. Peter gupta right. So where are you calling from from phoenix. Arizona wouldn't wonderful arizona winter. Now yeah good for you. Yeah it's nice and mild air isn't it. yeah it is. That's good that's good. That's why you call this makes. Actually i have a kind of seasonal problem in my nissan maxima and the problem is that immediately after the summer. I hate to say during the monsoon season because we have so little But that would monsoon in india and at that time especially when i'm taking a left turn. I have a kind of waterfall from just underneath my glove compartment on the right side of my car and i don't know what that is. I mean i have checked the fluid that comes out. It's clear the non viscous right it just like water. Bet like water in you know why is water. The water is coming from your air conditioner in all likelihood and what happens is when you when you run the air conditioner which you certainly ran. During the monsoon season because it was hot and sticky right the air conditioners responsibilities to remove moisture from the inside. Ea from air inside your car. And that's what keeps you nice and comfortable in doing so it must eject that moisture out of the car. Somehow and it drips from the evaporator onto the ground. Fact if you look well not your car because your doesn't work but you look at other cars whose air conditioning is functioning properly. You'll notice that waters dripping out from the car and that water is the moisture that the air conditioner removing from the passenger compartment. You'll even remember that before you had this problem if you park the car after driving for a while with the air conditioner on. You'd see a little puddle somewhere very close to that side of the car where the leak now is. The evaporator is condensing the vapor. And it's supposed to leave the car but it isn't because the drain is plugged up you need to have your evaporator drain. Rutter your simple coathanger. Well you mechanic will go in there. We have a big long nozzle with compressed air and we blow compressed air in the probably leaves a junk dead rodents. Or you know anything could be anything. Clara leaves phoenix out there. Yeah i don't know what you know. cactus needles or something. Yeah this is relatively simple auto. You're very fortunate man. This is simple and inexpensive. I know i would let my mechanic do it okay. It's not easy to find. Yeah well actually. My car is still under extended warranty. And i wanted to find out before the next monsoon season when my you know this is not covered by your extended warranty. Okay simple problem and it doesn't cost me a bundle of money know i. It shouldn't cost more than a few bucks. Twenty thirty bucks. Yeah yeah and if they say is gonna be a lot more involved in that than take it someplace else because it shouldn't be quote you on that good luck thanks a lot nice talking to you bye bye bye bye. What eight hundred love indian names. Yes i mean. I could say group gupta all day and it would make me happy. Glad it's sort of like montauk mantra. Instead of all much rupe gupta syria are up gupta. Isn't it great rupe gupta. I love it. Wouldn't break must be time for my memory exercise. Why are you doing memory exercises. Remember we'll be.

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:12 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"And even the listeners wonder whether they've got some kind of weird one hour virus whenever they hear us saying this is npr for this podcast and the following message. Come from the university of virginia darden school of business through darden signature. Approach to teaching and learning you will gain skills to make an impact as a purpose driven leader at darden facilities and roslyn professionals can earn an mba or ms ba or take executive education programs while continuing to work learn more about darden's full variety of program offerings visit darden dot virginia dot edu slash npr support for npr and the following message. Come from better. Help offering online counseling better. Health therapist has joe explains the importance of creating a safe space for therapy. I can't tell you how many times i've had clients that. Say that expression like. I've never told that to anybody. That's when i know. I've made some kind of momentous move with this person. They feel safe enough to expose that part of themselves and doing that together with somebody else can be very powerful to get matched with a counselor within forty eight hours and save ten percent. Go to better help dot com slash car talk. We live in a world a country and a moment in time. Were there so much important news and it is constantly changing. That's why up. I is here for you. It's npr's daily morning news. Podcast in about ten minutes. You can start your day informed. Listen to up first on the npr one app. Or wherever you get your podcasts back. You're listening to car talk with us. Click and clack the tapper brothers and we talk about cars car repair and thirties wasting perfectly good hours now. This week we've asked you via social and elsewhere to tell us what moments mall stuck with you or as we put it. We're least intolerable. And a number of you asked to hear from a guy who appeared several times over the years repeatedly evading. Our call screeners. Somehow i don't know how we did it. Here is five five. Hello you're on car. Talk this is daniel in the hudson valley new york state. Yes daniel and the hudson valley. This is a familiar siding. Daniel daniel pink one of the famous daniel pinquater of npr and book fame. Same say the one and only one and only now you may recall. We've spoken previously. I've course i recall it was right. After you published fish whistle once we discussed my theory of displaced misery. I remember that when regarding pujol's straw physician that if you own a french car no further ill luck. Can before you pre-disaster right after that you you assisted me. Abeille in the case of the mysterious flashing dashboard in the car. I purchased from five brothers all named mike five case of the fi conan doyle mystery. What's the next chapter daniel. I have the next chapter for. This is a problem that i've actually solved it is. It's well known that i am circumference challenged. You told us that and it is a cruel fast that even if you've been fat all your life you still get middle aged spread on top at insult. Injury solta yes. Yeah well this resulted in my having difficulty gracefully entering and exiting my car civic was not the right path. Run at it. The grease up your body running the store greece wheel. They're going to swim the english channel. I'm gonna to get the corner. Milk wasn't the worst in a parking lot. I would draw a crowd now. You can't get a running start getting out. No no yeah. So i decided i had to find something that was rotunda accessible all right. Yeah so i began checking out various vehicles and my experiences were well. They were painful. In many cases can report. For example that the the nissan altima is not for the no diametrically disadvantage smoke in the room to be kept in there so i found a nineteen eighty five. Bmw seven. Thirty five. I this is about as big as bmw's get doors like a church. That is the conflict you by looking at the car along comes a man a mr moriarty professor moriarty and says you know we can get you in this car with no trouble. I said that's what i hope so. We did. Some trial entrances. I was able to gracefully. Enter and seat myself so now. I wanted the car very much. This car is got a seat memory. Press the button and the electric seat will adjust itself to the position. It remembers in the case of this car from his first older. Yeah who was the guy. I recognize him if i saw. He's got a nineteen inch in seen like a guerilla. So i had plenty of time to read my owner's manual. I have it before me On page three dash stroke. Oh seven a sitting ski rack technical modifications and keeping fit and i read from manual. Stop the car at intervals. Thri a few of the gymnastic exercises. We have outlined for you following. This is on your way to the slopes on occasionally and you do the exercise on pages. Three dash oh eight. This be keeping fit. We have a dozen diagrams which include one swinging z. All spending forum three zo hula-hoop movement titans bending oversaw racist number. Four number five is raising up which we won't go into that one. Bill de bends fifteen jumping jacks. So have you tried all these course of course page three dash ten stroke see an important contribution to journey. Fitness is made by kurt nutrition. This is an oldest manual that you stay fit from not eat greasy cheeseburgers. You really fresh fruit chris. Well you don't need time. Car actually lost a lot of weight and also nice saturn. Gee i don't my owners. Manuals never had this level of detail. Now you know i got a hold of a owners manual for a five series. Bmw already a pretty classy car. This there is nothing about calisthenics. There's nothing about the right crisp and the fresh vegetables. This is only for the elite. Were you know why. I mean they make so much money on these cars. They want to make sure that you live long enough to buy many of them or at least to finish the payments on the one. You're incorrigible wise guy..

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Djokovic's Bid for Year's Grand Slam Ends Against Medvedev

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00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Djokovic's Bid for Year's Grand Slam Ends Against Medvedev

"The grand slam dream another joke of it just turned to a nightmare after a straight sets loss to the U. S. open men's final lackluster Djokovic struggle from the very first game against the second state dental Medvedev and saw his hopes of a record twenty first major win and a calendar year slam taken away as a Russian pad to a six four six four six four victory the took two hours and fifteen minutes I do feel sorry for not because I I I I can't imagine what it feels I don't know this film but it definitely makes it sweeter the wear and tear of one five set and full force it matches on the way to the final obviously took its toll on the thirty four year old son it was made but its first major win I'm Graham like us

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"A lane by the way there is no statute of limitations on this. We can find you dawn. Thanks a lot for lewis find. You don't know how we you it's good to know looking forward to arrive in. You will get it. Don't worry don't get it jason's foreign so you say wait a minute. Make sure you send us the money. You don't think we're going to pay this two bucks and in fact you might want to send an extra in case there's a penalty or anything one hundred dollars postage and handling and all that it might be like a fifth and you might want to include a little something to make sure we don't divulge your last name always good good sport. A little feisty with the guy dull. I think is actually pretty reasonable for bridge. Bridges a heart to build doing of land on one side or the other side and water in the middle. That man you know the thing. He shoots across resort. That's right so. I guess dollars isn't bad but stop turn. It is to be in new jersey. Yes suffolk okay. Thanks for calling carries some quarters. That was good. How did you find him very good. That's very good boy. We have a crack staff is joel. Yes we and i. I will admit that. I was quite impressed by that. Alacrity with which that whole process ensued. I mean we got the call from gail right away. get. Ken must have invaded. The toll on this bridge wants himself was dawn piccolo by his first name right away i look i. It's it's it's pretty obvious. Time for us to take a little break and give our friends at the stations. A chance to chat with their listeners can hear their message now. Help we've been up on. We'll be enforced. authorities holiday. Please help doesn't work. We'll be back in just a minute so stay tuned steal gamma rays radio. Dan cancelled away. Racing dandy ninety days is my hands got and even though charles darwin wonders. How did these guys survive years. Say it this is npr support for npr and the following message. Come from better help. Offering online counseling. Better help therapist. Hassoo joe knows that lockdown has been hard on us as humans we as people are hardwired to connect with others which is why this whole time is so difficult. The connection that happens between people and be very powerful and how healing it can be to have a healthy relationship with someone to get matched with a counselor within forty eight hours and save ten percent. Go to better help dot com slash car talk..

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"Too much money. The gate will go up. And within two months you'll have satisfied your conscience. You'll satisfy the conwell pennsylvania. Would they come get me. Is there any way they can get my address for my license can find out. It's it's called the betsy ross. Bridge nice five in pennsylvania where it recently burned down right by us. That's why i had to take that bridge back to reach the pennsylvania transp- transportation authority. Okay okay. delaware's a delaware pennsylvania Coming from new jersey into pennsylvania pennsylvania. The bridges actually in pennsylvania jersey to pennsylvania. New jersey a bridge over between the two states. Also both states. Oh it's the federal government then it's a federal concern so i don't know it seems to be run by the delaware port authority. Okay the delaware because over the delaware river. Maybe we have on the phone. You gotta be kidding me. I'm not going to believe this. Hold on we're not giving him you on name. Evidently doug and ken have just somehow gotten a hold of who dawn somebody. Who's the bridge manager. Hello don gale. All this is cruel. I really was ready to pay the two dollars. Sure.

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:10 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"To this deal. Good deal in the vehicle as we speak and it's probably running really quiet right now. Running pretty quiet. I'd say we're we're still going pretty fast. But it's very quiet. How are you going. Oh about seventeen thousand five hundred miles an hour have some breaks. This must be a dodge dart. Holy cow i can tell you this much. Use breaks glow red hot. oh i bet they. Do you know when i heard you. I was going to say that this is the furthest distance which we have ever received a call. But that's probably not true. You're only a couple hundred miles up right We're talking through a settle which is twenty five thousand miles away but has to go along long way before it gets to to your city and right now we're docked to A large space station. The mir space station. We heard we heard on the news that now we know you the guy going into the guy coming out of the folks delivering the guy who went up there. Jerry linenger cabbie board now and he's been up there for four months taxi driver now you won't you've been up there for four days and it's clear that you've already run out of people to call because you have called us when you call you. Why your call your mother and father talk to president clinton now you said who else can we eat dinner. I thought waste a little time. Well boy this is an honor and honored to hear from you and good luck. How long are you going to be up there. We'll be up for about another five six days and Doing a lot of experiments and Actually so far the opener. Atlantis that were on has been working flawlessly. We got to orbit without any problems at all and all the mechanical systems on board or working in great. And it's a very complicated vehicle to ask you if you have another minute or so. What do you drive when you're a civilian. When you're on the ground clever. I have two cars. I have a turtle runner nineteen eighty-seven that's also works. Great and a pontiac grand prix but none of them has the neither one of them is the acceleration of this thing off at the miles. The odometer reads about sixty million miles. Boy oh boy. I got to say you guys have got guts. Good luck i. I went to the small technical institute up the river there in about nineteen seventy seven. I had a green sunbeam. Alpine and i used to go to this garage. Pay a few bucks an hour and some folks that help me fix it and I think they sound kind of familiar. This would be john grunsfeld. Would it well the last time. You didn't pay your bill. Outstanding bill of five bucks bay rental affording address. We'll send it to you. You remember my son being i do. Remember sunbeam read on three cylinders. Of course i forget it on a good day. Whoa boy. I wish you a safe landing john. Good luck and i'm proud of you and if you're bored and you wanna talk again give us another co free to call today. Eight hundred number. it's free. i appreciate it. Thanks for do two million by pretty good. Whose idea was this. He did actually. He sent us an invitation to the launch of this all he did that's right. He sent us an invitation. And we we said saw chickens we. This guy's being hurtled into space at eighteen thousand miles. I think escape velocity is eighteen thousand miles an hour or close to it or something like that. Yeah we were too afraid to play to go down there and live in cape canaveral and watch the takeoff. Well we should all know too scary. Well his his vehicle is probably a lot safer than the seven twenty-seven. You're going to go down to florida on. Yeah probably well. that was. That was pretty exciting. That is i mean. His voice did sound strange. Well it it was just so it was just like houston. We have a problem. Yeah he was from where houston must. Have those cheesy microphones and they've been using the same ones for thirty years because they all sound the same. That was that was pretty. Excited is good. That's good that's the most. That's the most interesting call we've had in the will while yeah. I've never talked to an astronaut. Before even when he was on the ground he was a former customer of ours. Yes and he still owes us five bucks. I'm telling you. I think he does this. I think he stole a wrench to one. Eight eight eight car talk all one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car talk. Hi this is gail from south philadelphia. Pennsylvania wears out the philadelphia pennsylvania not south philadelphia but self off south philadelphia. Which one is quick. And which ones glass. So what can we do for you guys in the right okay. I have a little problem here in philadelphia. I feel like. I'm sort of a fugitive sorts. Here my friends. Jonathan and david told me to call you and that you might be able to help. Okay i drive a oh okay. Nineteen ninety-one saturn which you'll need to know later. Okay yes and okay. I take a bridge to work every day. And they charge two dollars to get across this bridge. Okay that's a little pricey. But i have to take it so I have my two dollars ready. And i'm waiting in a tow line. That's like you know fifteen cars long or something and at the last minute. I realized that. I'm in a coins only lane. And there's no way to get across the traffic shredding. The doors no choice of what to do with no this short notice. I had no way of pulling this kind of cash together. So i realized that it was also a toll lane with. We're one of those things comes down so it's not like i can just go through it you're gonna have to run the rapids as they say exactly. The rapid only got the green light. Yeah so i waited until the guy in front of me through his whatever. Three hundred quarters or whatever and when that thing went up florida florida buzzes went off. There was mayhem everywhere. Jamaica's no one followed me. I was very lucky. I i don't know how. I did it but i made it under one of the best kept secrets in the world. Who was the trace. You nobody nobody. My question is do they. Take a picture of my license. Is there some way that i could like. Send the two dollars in. Because i don't want them to send something to my house. 'cause my husband's going to be so mad so you have a guilty conscience about this really do but i don't wanna get caught in the i'm honest and then they're gonna charge me forty dollars for doing this right. You may in fact be opening a pandora's box by confessing to the crime may be subjecting yourself to a toll evaders find. They'll take the two from you and then they'll come to your house rescue. I was certainly let. Here's what i would do okay. I would let sleeping dogs lie. Oh i mean if you really feel if you real feel really feels some compunction to pay up if the toll is is two dollars the next time you get in line and for the next eight times you get in line for nine quarters in. Yeah exactly okay penalize. You live in not send the gate up. It'll be another stoop that just put in too much money. The gate will go up. And within two months you'll have satisfied your conscience. You'll satisfy the conwell pennsylvania. Would they come get me..

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"I know from my own personal experience that it makes my hair feel greasy enron streamers and it flattens out isn't as fluffy and fly away and it's fresh looking but what is it supposed to do it. Matt sit down which looking wet dog. And that's what cream rinses four nixon manageable it. Softens you here makes it easier to comb and style. I don't have that problem. Because i have nothing left so homeless style suggesting suggesting that sharon would have this problem whether she were in the car or not. Yes i would suggest that i i. It's it's it's a little known fact. You'll probably stressed when you behind the wheel. Stress affects the way. Your hair lies. I mean vidal sassoon. Did a big seminar attended. It was the convention when i was in indianapolis. Well sharon i am going to figure out what this problem really is in your right. We will come up with something in a spray him. I'm willing to contribute like my whole thirty seven dollars in life saving. Go into business with me. Your we're partners. That's okay profit. Fifty fifty right. But i would try to be more relaxed behind the wheel and void the cream and i would avoid the cream. Rinse at least. I would hold cream brinson and i. I would probably switch never mind.

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:13 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"Flight in a in a in a launch the number to call is one eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car. Talk this is will winfrey high. Will you from will joplin missouri. Yes i have never had the pleasure but well somehow joplin conjures up for me. A great place river boats and whatever. No i can see people hanging out. You know we go down owner. Watch the stoplight change. Yeah that's it that's kind of that's the kind of place for me but it does have that romantic sound to it and i love the way you say missouri. It's actually if you've ever been here. It's misery mrs. is that the proper pronunciation from missouri. missouri Yeah that's that's the way missouri. And say i will say it that way from now on. I want to be one of the guys. I wanna watch the stop light. What's on your mind will well. I've got an eighty eight ranger the little baby Pickup truck. I've got a A hundred eighty pound dog a great pyramids when moses sits in the truck with me over the passenger side He's got his feet down on the floor and has bought up on the seat where it belongs and his head hanging over the dashboard. Well he had a full stomach. The other day and improves bumpy road. He blew beats. Cookies feud on the dashboard Not into not into the events into the vent into the defrost events. Yeah oh my god. I took it down to the shade tree mechanic and dry squeaky up most of the honks. Yeah and i said what can we do because this mel Yeah i mean it's bad enough when humans but gusting yeah. We do know why it's so did did you tell them what it was Yeah did refuse to work on it. I i asked him what he can do to fix it and he said well. I can take the whole dashboard out yeah. I don't think you have to go to that extreme. Okay here. here's my here's my thought as he was talking. You know a couple of hundred dollars to do that kind of work. And i was thinking should i do that. Pay him to do the work or should i sell the truck to somebody who has a real bad. Should i get an airsick bag to my dog. Gee really what can i do about this. If i'd be obviously the stuff either went down the vent or it stayed on the dashboard. Because right right but not of it. I mean some of its state so so. Suffice it to say that we didn't stay on the dashboard went down the vent right. That vent looks like You know the thing that goes into the vacuum cleaner that you have you vacuum your rug with if you look at that. That's what that shape like. And it comes down to a circular connector at the end to which a hose attached. That comes from the heat box and the entire dashboard doesn't have to be taken out to get at this. Oh you can take off the glovebox. Fortunately he was. He was not driving right because he was sitting in the passenger seat. If you've been driving this would have been a bigger problem. Yeah so you have to do is take the dash the glove compartment out. Okay that's easy to do and you'll be looking right at this thing and it looks like a funnel where surgical mask and clubs because it's gonna be gross isn't it. It's going to be. But i don't think it's that hard because once you take out the glovebox you will see the end of this funnel shaped thing. And you'll it's got a hose clamp around it with the hose that goes to it and to loosen it up have a barrel ready and then you could actually flush it out. Well you can take the whole thing off. You can take the hose off you can take off this deduct and you can probably clean the thing out. Pretty well actually. I don't think there's any harm in actually pouring water down there. it'll just come right out the bottom. Yeah okay onto my carpet. No you'll have a bucket down there. Okay the bucket down there. Pour some water in and you'll just flush baby right. Would you what. I what i would do is line the floor actually with a with a plastic bag and let this stuff pour onto the plastic bag and puddle in the middle of it. Then you can pick the whole thing up and dump it. Put another bag in there and do that but boy it must have been pretty bad. It's not as bad as seemed at the time. I think it's i don't know you riding pretty bad but i think you can clean it up will okay. Good luck you're going to need. They were later one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five low. You're on car talk. How are you. Tom and ray good boring. Who's this. I am sharon. You have to identify yourself. Sharon from where from spokane washington spokane seattle home of melissa. Peterson isn't it well. It's clear across the state thought process but it's closer to her then. It's causing striking distance. Speak so what's up. sharon. I have deceive question. with rosemary and thyme oh seasoning a or the seasonal question. I'm sorry i'm wondering with vacation's coming up. I wanna know why after five to six hours in the car. I always ended up having a bad hair day and i know it's gotta have something to do with you. Know something mechanical to the car but you know it doesn't matter how beautifully i'm cough quaffed in the morning. it's just. It looks iraq by the end of the day. It looks like i pulled it out of the trunk and glued it on my head. That's my looks like that all the time. Have you got any kind of a hairdo army. We're kind of a here do you have. I have shoulder-length hair me. It's kind of naturally curly and have lots of body and by the end of car day it looks it flat is less and not fluffy flat and not fluffy no and this happens when you spent many hours in the car and it's not like i'm sleeping in the car. It's just like that's my brother's problem. And do you have air conditioning in your car and you use it and this problem worse in the summer than it is all yes probably. Do you use a cream. Rinse yes and you have a branch. Actually what i wanna know. There's some like gadget. i can buy for three payments of you know ninety five. It's going to care. this run. Full appeals is working on right to laugh here but this show started. This show started today. No no general years ago this show started out with people calling us with nuts and bolts questions. What's the valve clearance of. Should vows be harder cold when i just them in ottawa. Talk the firewalls. In the way we have come now to bed hair here asking heard the brits i wondering you some of the problem it can show up in in. You know my next credit card statement and you could make. I'll be because i mean the problem. Do you use cream rinse. you shouldn't in the summer. No because you hear too.

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"A truck driver by trade bought a bunch of weather balloons. Some sources say forty to forty five. He filled them when helium and tied them to a lawn chair. The what. I got to this point. I said this has got to be good. So he ties forty five where the balloons to launch. He provided himself with the two way radio a parachute some jugs of water and a rifle and then cut his conveyance loose from the bumper of his car which was anchoring it to the ground. Take a moment to imagine the throw and terra of that. Ascent transforming a man surrounded by the normal princes of life garden house sport utility terra firma into a spec floating in space hetty rigged up some sort of seatbelt. Did the chip tip and wobble. Did he call out to the figures below. We don't know we don't know we don't know it is clear however that he violated f. a. r.'s. I don't know what that means. It's all caps. just don't forget. This is in flying aviation regulations. That's oh i love it by passing through the los angeles t. ca. We don't know what that is either without a transponder. Our clearance to passing jetliners reported. Control a man with a gun seated all deckchair at eleven thousand feet helicopter went up to take a look. Walters had planned to descend one blue walk now plan to descend by shooting out the balloons with this gun. One time ten of them this way when he accidentally dropped the tell you what will the first who trump accidentally.

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

10:47 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"Oh we don't speak to anyone named doug anymore. What's up all right. Here's my here's my scoop. Yeah i'm happily married been married a long time and my wife She drives a van. And i drive a volkswagen golf with a manual transmission. Now my wife cannot drive stick shift so she can't drive my car and in fact we've Since we've known each other we've never shared a vehicle. That's the best way the best way. Well okay. i'm getting to the point here now. i'm very neat in my car. She is very neat everywhere except in her car and she can tolerate a lot more mess than i can. Yeah we've discovered over the years that i this is merely an observation. Yeah okay and i don't mean to suggest anything by it but most women's cars are met before he says. I want to distance my irrefutable. His most women's cars are mess inside. My what we have grandchildren little kids. Who live near us. And so she's always carrying them around and i'm amazed at At the mess. That accumulates in there sometimes tell you the truth. Kids stuff i mean. I don't drive her car very often. But one time. I hopped in and the steering wheel was coated with spilled with felt like something. Sticky like spilled soda melted ice cream and melted lipstick. All over the engine. Cover so my question do you. Guys is my volkswagen. Golf has Almost two hundred thousand miles on it and what by another one gets to stick shifts if he can. I mean my wife suggested. Wouldn't it be nice. She says darling. Wouldn't it be nice if the next vehicle had an automatic transmission. So that i could help out on the driving on some of the long trips that we take and very sweet but i just want to say i'm not going to give you any advice and whatever you hear is coming our brother. Raymond francis ma yahtzee. Well is giving you all of the advice. I wouldn't touch that plus ten foot pole. I'll have the courage the ted. Get a stickshift. Ruin it on you. That's my inclination. I think that automatic would cause us marital stress. Yeah well but what. What's how you going to get out of it. What are you going to give her. As a reason when you say no honey too much of a better mileage more pick up the you know you love which is true. It's cheaper my mental health. Yeah we're gonna you're on your own on this. What i will say i'm thinking throw go. Yeah well i'll tell you. My wife recently was dry. She was behind the wheel and my wife always had a pretty neat car. And i never really were whether i drove her car. She drove mike she was. I'm not that i'm a neat nick. Either but we were relatively. We're on the same plane. No and named slob reading the point eight. She is eating candy bar or some such thing and she takes the rapper tosses it. Oh i toss over power to the people said. I'm sick of being neat. I figured i was done. You should see your colonel is above four inches of junk on the floor in the back. So i i've given up. There's some delicate politics involved in this question. I think his his. I would stick with it. Were i giving advice. Which i'm not giving. Yeah they don't sell it anymore. Know the stick shifting and the manliness aspect right. You say hon. We've been married. I'm an old married guy now. And i've been emasculated in every possible way. Only thing left for my machismo is the stick shift. So i can get in the car angle room room room and use that thing and shift into all those gears. It's a manly thing. Please don't take this last piece of mainly from me. Stick with that like yeah. I would stick with that too okay. Well i'm gonna give that some thought. And maybe that's what i'll do all right. Thanks a lot guy. He's done for one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car. Talk kim from washington state. High divulge Tacoma so what's up kim. Well i've listened to you guys enough to know that you're great marriage counselor indeed and so what. I need to know. This has to do with cars. Trust me. i need to know who was more stupid me or my husband. We don't use words like that. Kim don't know how 'bout idiot. We'll we'll get to that you go ahead and tell us the problem and we'll tell you the proper method of communication because we've been in therapy on this for a long time frank. Learn the lingo. You know what i mean and the words more and stupid are to be eschewed. Okay go ahead to start my husband that moron. I'll put her the right. Who parents center this other words. They'll come out of your mouth my husband that more on that blank okay. He found a lexus that was abandoned at the airport and he decided it was there for three years. I thought to every time we flew out. There's that lexus. And it's got grass growing around it. It has boot on it. You know so nobody can steal it right so he decides he has to have it so he purchases the lexus From the bank because the guy that abandoned it never made a payment on it and quit pan the airport okay so he owed the bank so the parking lot yield of nine five a deal right. They made a deal. But i was concerned about the car because of what he found in the car. What he found was bolt cutters and shoe covers. And one of those key punch things you know that you punch out the lock of a car found. The dome light was disconnected. And then the lights on the doors were taped over so these whoever was using this car was using it to to some nefarious enterprise. Wow i'm feeling like when you to go and witness protection. So does he have this karnal. God yes he has the car running running it runs. Well it runs well but you're worried that it has out of our sight has dragon tracks. Chinese it's just got bad vibes new eight pay for an all toll. Well see. here's where you guys are going to think he's not so dumb. He paid four thousand dollars for it. He's a genius really between the bank and the parking place in the getting the boot removed. What a deal. That guy's a genius shoot. Well you know. I gotta tell you before you go want. This is every guy's dream. God is i mean. There's nothing better i mean. I guess women don't respond to these guys but the something a euphoric getting something for nothing. I mean he got the car for nothing and then somehow susceptible to these. You won't believe this the too good to be true thing. I mean there were years and years and years in which guys would show up at kinds of auctions government auction where they were expecting to get a complete jeep. Lvn in pieces in a crate. Fifty dollars leftover world war two and when those ran out there we're going to sell them the gps when world war one and you can't believe the millions of men who showed up for these things because they believed this to be true. That was the first million man march back. All the governor was the post office because someone had mailed a few hundred thousand of these jeeps in crates. It's no surprise that your husband succumbed to the lure of this legs us. He couldn't help himself because in his mind. This was the jeep that he never got seventeen. He became quite obsessed or the steered it in that context. Okay that doesn't mean he not a moron but it's almost redundant to call him a busies a guy. This is going to be. No he's a. But i do agree with you that there are certain wagon tracks associated with this car. But you may be able to visit someone to get them. Removed the dragon track. He had a detailed less. I don't think that white walls dragon. That's different department. I'm afraid to tell you what i did because now you're going to say i'm a complete idiot. Haven't even told you my what i bought. Oh i know what you bought you bought the whole ginsu knives. not not. That wife did the same thing goes into the garage and he glances over at what i bought and then i have no arguments. You bought a car. yeah. I got it okay. No i bought a nineteen sixty six volkswagen camper van. Oh man well. If you dump this guy call us will marry. Those cold. wasn't in great shape. It's in perfect shape. Man i have to say. I came very very close recently to buying one. Yeah and he also came very close at the same time to being divorced again..

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"Well you know. I was thinking about this just the other day and lots of times. Y- you don't really tell a lie but you don't really tell the truth either and sometimes you do it just to be polite. I'll remember. I was in the presence of some of the other and i can't remember who it was but i'm sure he or she will remember and call me about it and he or she said something that i really wasn't interested in at all and i say conversation. I did the nodding and all really. Oh gee that's interesting off saying you know. I don't have the slightest amount of interest in what you're telling me you do say things like cheat. That's really good. That's an and then if they pick it up. Oh you really like to get you on. You know all of a sudden you're in over your head right to say no no. I was just lion. I was just trying to dance high when you should tell the truth when it gets. That first crossroad. Yeah you say i. I didn't mean it. I was just lying. One eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five zero. You're on car talk. Hi this is dolores with the do instead of a d. e. from royno jinya. Yeah delors. hi. I have a nickname doty so you can call me daddy if you like. Is that a common nickname deloris. I don't think so. I i know a couple girls who are dorsey and they call them doti but there are very few of us. Doty's around call. My brother dodo. That's great i love it. I love it. So what's up a heap. do you dr doty. Well i'll tell you what i drive a nineteen eighty two Fleetwood cadillacs yeah. How about that. And it's My husband and i. We have a his and hers cadillacs. He's always He is driven a cadillac because he does a lot of traveling and he thinks that that's really great. You know it's it's much comfortable. So he's got the new one and he gives you the old one a hand-me-down cadillac. It's really special. Especially when i drive up to his office at. I don't know what sort of You know. I like to drive up and have both those fleetwood sitting side by it kind of gives you a little special feeling. It is does it. Does i can see that. I wish i could find a matching sixty three dodge dot from my wife. Then we could have same joy and feeling of one this as you and your husband. Obviously i'm sure she'd be thrilled experience and you should really try to help with arthritis. This is our problem. It's almost turned into a family fight. And i thought you two guys would be neutral and and at least Tell us tell us the truth about it. But this is what happens when i'm writing with him Justice we pull up to a stop light or a stop sign. Whenever he's going to just stop momentarily he he shifts gears puts it into neutral. And i say you do that. And he says well it's much easier on the motor. It keeps pulling and pulling. I said well if you want to shift gears. Why don't you back car with with the gearshift you know. And he says well you can see that. My car runs much better than yours. And that's the reason yours doesn't run as well as mine because do this. Cadillac doesn't make a car with a gearshift. No is your husband's did she tell us what line of work her husband. Wait a minute. Does he wear white shoes ever he he he wears. Why choose sometimes when he's just you know just casual like at the beach during working hours now in sales he he exactly is He's a life insurance professional. So you can't help but put those white shoes on this dress code at the preventive from wearing those white shoes but it susie a he slips into those babies and and you know what the other thing is that i just thought of when when we when i drive in his when i'm driving with him If it's if it's so so hot this summer it's been so hot and he will not turn the air-conditioner until about fifteen minutes into the drive. When you're already ha. You know what i did not know i was not going to guess. He was in life insurance. I was going to guess that he was either an accountant. An engineer now the second little peculiarity that you describe even confirms further my idea that he was an engineer or an accountant. He has a degree in physics. Does that have anything you can't you can't get away from it. You know a degree in physics. I gone that's right. And you know and musician. So i happen to be you know little like In lala land a lot of times and he. This is what he thinks. That i don't know anything about the two of you are the classic right brain versus left brain kind of people and you are the creative right brain type and he is the linear track ingle left brain practical kind of guy and i just before we answer your question. I wanna know. Is this marriage. Otherwise on relatively solid ground out just wonderful in fact about forty two years of it for two years so much. I guess who loved. This is on the road of life. Who love this man. I certainly i think he's the greatest you know and i don't argue with him..

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"O'neil don't they. They come from kids petition. The ports changed names to something more innocuous quarterly odi whenever they hear us saying this is npr support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the american jewish world service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world. Learn more at age. Aws dot org support for this podcast and the following message come from k. Buxbaum in support of the david gilkey and zaba ulitsa mono- memorial fund established to strengthen npr's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments support for npr and the following message. Come from better help. Offering online counseling. Better help therapist. Has you joe. Explains the importance of creating a safe space for therapy. I can't tell you how many times i've had clients that. Say that expression. Like i've never told to anybody. That's when i know. I've made some kind of momentous move with this person. They feel safe enough to expose that part of themselves and doing that together with somebody else can be very powerful to get matched with a counselor within forty eight hours and save ten percent. Go to better help dot com slash car. Talk over this last year and a half. The world's been through a lot so on this season of the store podcast. We'll hear stories reminding us that. Even when times are hard we can still begin again. Listen to our new season. Wherever you get your podcast. I were back. You're listening to talk with us..

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"It was not a pretty you know he has told me day after day after day after day that i have done some type of permanent forever damage to this vehicle of his dream car. Yeah wow i really hate the vehicle. Wanna get near. Is we get behind the wheel of will you ever again i question. There is nothing wrong with his car. nothing was done. you didn't have. You had the tank drained and they filled it with gasoline. Now runs fine. I think it runs fine. He says no. It doesn't well. You know why he wants to be able to hold a grudge forever because what you know. Whatever happens this thing from now until the end of time. He's going to be blamed on you. So i think you're only out here is a fire. I think you. I think you need to hire someone to torture is a possible solution. I think the only solution disappear somehow but vehicles one hundred and ten thousand miles on it and it throws a rod. He's going to say ellen. Remember back in nineteen ninety four when you filled it up with diesel. That's what caused it and you won't be able to deny it but now see i am denying it. 'cause y'all are telling me that that i am right. Nothing wrong with that car. He's not gonna listen you know he's not gonna. We're going to lose him as a listener to lose your listeners. Now where we've already lost all the meal listeners. Only hope is to agree with you ellen. Because all we have left is a few females. You're absolutely right. You did no damage to that vehicle and everything he notices which isn't quite right. I'm having trouble your husband around. We talked to him. He talk to us. He's he's a gun kylie getting a room with cleaning isn't gonna get them ellen not talk that's right. We've alienated all males. Let's be honest. let's be. Let's be serious just for a moment. It is possible. There's some small chance that the diesel fuel being crud begin with might have in fact clogged up injectors right it's only one step up from the primordial that's right i mean these will feel it comes out of the ground and just the way it comes out of the ground they put it in a tank so it is. It is not as refined so to speak as we are. I mean as as gasoline is so it is possible that he does. Your husband is indeed. Right so i would get them to put some to maybe cleaned injectors even put some injector cleaner in. There are many additives on the market. That will help to clean the injectors and make them work the weight. And get the spray pattern back to where it should be and that'll help but the more important issue is restoring your your relationship where it was before you started all the suming. It was all right. It must have been all right. He gave her the vehicle to drive so he must have had some degree of trust. You saw husband's problem is he. You sound like a very nice lady. Thanks so that's the only thing that saved your butt because you guys dream. You didn't reckitt whatever we don't even want to use the word damage whatever it has been done to it is easily fixable so all those things to claim the that right you'll injector cleaner injector cleaner. Write you dump it in the gas tank a couple of times maybe. Mix it with a little diesel fuel to. And if that doesn't make him happier then he can take it into the shop and they can actually take the injectors out and clean them. I doubt it will need that. Eleanor has been a joy and pleasure talking to you keep smiling. It's only car. Yeah keep listening to lighten up fake for him. But i will go right. But he wouldn't even talk to us. Who had done for god. It's hundred take a short break right. I can see the gauge on. Your forehead is reading hot. Must be kinda cool..

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"One eight car tuck. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer.

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"Dot com. That's it well. I think karen and catherine agree that that's better than the first one boy. I mean this is contest. I can see it this contest. Yeah we're going to have to run a wash nationwide search. What the heck would you do and the other way around. I mean what if you're a female and the same thing happens. The guy turns around and he smiles. What would female to warrant. Well chris. i don't know what the answer is. And obviously you don't know why but maybe we'll get some suggestions from people all the data that good but trust us the puppy. The puppy hoppy works. Well you i mean you have raised a brilliant. I realize brilliant so situation here of how you do. This i mean. How can you turn a traffic jam into something positive. And that's it if you could if we could find the answer to what do you say when she smiles late. We certainly need people to write us with with suggestions. This is an issue that needs attention. Chris we want you to know. We're here to help that really talking with you chris chris. Thanks a lot for your call. That's a question. All america wants to know. What do you say what do you say you've got one line and it's gonna be good. It's gotta be having your puppy jump off. Jump up off the seat. It's paws on the windowsill and wag its tail. We all admit we all agree that that is without doubt a foolproof strategy. I mean know her next line here line would be. Oh what a beautiful doggie and and even then what do you say. I just got up and get you know about long. He'll be in in my lap. My crush you love that. One eight cards. That's one eight eight eight two seven eight two five five lawyer on car talk. What part of the sultan you from. Can i tell you alienate all the southern roll man. I say georgia couldn't no. I thought we were heavily listed. Georgia i would say huntsville alabama now. I'll give them bernardine. What's up ellen. Well my husband. And i kind of have this Ongoing dispute lots of husband and wife disputes. Well.

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"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:03 min | 3 months ago

"thirty four years" Discussed on Car Talk

"National public radio with us clicking the tapper brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the ripley's believe it or not department here would car talk plaza and are believe it or not entry for today is a car. Talk has now been on. Npr for thirty years which is about twenty nine years. Three hundred sixty four days and twenty three hours longer than any of us thought to show last. Now we know the most appropriate way to marcus. Anniversary would be with a heartfelt apology for all those hours that you wasted with us but instead this month. We're looking back at some of our all time. Favorite moments and the theme for this week's show is relationships. It didn't take long for us to figure out that just about every issue and human relationships somehow gets expressed through cars including the first stage where relationship meeting that special someone. One eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello your car talk. This is chris in colorado springs. What's up man. My question is about how to go about meeting women and traffic. You know this can be a depressing time of your bachelor's wondering if you had any Good strategies short of having a head on or Playing bumper cars to get how to get that female that you've that you've spied through from your driver's seat to first of all notice you and then to actually roll down your window. Why would why would anyone. Why would this boy chris. This is a challenge. Wait a minute. Don't give up. No i'm not giving up. Because i tried just for years i mean. Is it appropriate at a stop light to just get out of your car and leave it there and walk around the passenger side and knock on the on the on the glass to get in no jail. That's not good. This is going to be voluntary on her apart. So either she's You have to have a car that she's interested in for example and i don't know how that's obviously why some guys go out and buy ferrari testarossa 's testimonies right and that's obviously why because it's it's kind of a car that you think women will say. Wow what's that. And i have noticed in fact this past summer i was driving a bmw z. Three on the highway with the top down and the wind blowing through my ball spun. But as i was i got enough here to almost fake it. I mean the loan around and a car full of young girls had been following me. I noticed at a distance they were in the left hand lane. Still in the right hand lane in this. Carfully young babes. Yeah is following me obviously wanted to check out not just the car but who wheel boy. I'll tell you never saw a sixty five dart move fast when they pulled up next me and found out who was driving so there is the point that you might date were they were but they wanted to see the car and when they saw the car and who was behind the wheel boy. They zoomed off on that diet. They were gone so the car. Obviously you can have. You can buy an interesting and expensive sports car well. I'll liquidate my entire stock portfolio. First thing tomorrow now the the thing that got me thinking about this was was the fact that cars are so damn reliable. These days that there aren't any damsels in distress. You know to be saved with outspoken. Down by the side of the road saved anyway because all they want you to do is call. The police dug out of your car. If you wanted to be a favor call the police on your cell phone or they have cell phones and you can't trust anybody and that's part of the problem right. Well chris i think the solution that i know. That guys like berman used for years because he could never get any girls to talk to him was a dog. The puppy a puppy dog. Especially i mean. Nothing is cuter yacht. Don't care if you're allergic. I don't like dogs. I don't care doesn't like the car very much for your cats are no good. Nothing is cuter than a little golden retriever. Furry golden retriever. Hoppy have women all over you. Wait a second. I'm cuter than a golden. I don't quasimodo. Could have a golden retriever puppy on the ends of beliefs right and christie. Brinkley would be beaten on the door of yet. Beat him trust us. We do have an interesting idea here. Though that i mean there's the positive side the silver lining to a traffic jam. Is you could meet the love of your life if you only knew how to do it. Think about people. Would you use if you were to roll down the window. What would you say to an attractive female. It's in the car next to you. Know what if what if you're lucky enough to get her to roll down kirwin better than she turned to you and smiled. Oh what would be your next step. I know has all of the american men are dying. Say next i would say My car would like to get together again with your car. And we're both invited. Bad the females in the group. Okay harrah's giving two thumbs down thirty six down. Yeah let's try again. Try another one rid traffic. Who've been in traffic you're going along bumper to bumper tumblers back and forth by turns to you she turns to you and with only spoken words. She smiles and you roll down your window and she rolls down her rolls down her window. And you say what. Chris dot com. That's it well. I think karen and catherine agree.

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AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Naquin Extends Hitting Streak, Reds Beat Marlins 6-0

"Wade Miley double home run and pitched six hit ball over seven innings of the red six nothing shut out the Marlins the thirty four year old left hander lowered his ERA to two point seven four and hasn't lost since may nineteenth a span of sixteen starts Tyler Nagel was three for four stretching his hitting streak to sixteen games the longest current run in the majors macron gave Cincinnati a quick lead with his nineteenth Homer a solo blast in the first inning OPSEC Thompson Mike Moustakas also went deep and had an RBI double for the Reds who began the night two games ahead of San Diego for the second NL wild card I'm the ferry

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Coronavirus Drug Price: Cost May Only Be $1

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus Drug Price: Cost May Only Be $1

"Is rarely scientists says covert nineteen could be treated for under one dollar. A day i've been telling you for well over a year. I've been doing it. Double blind double blind study. You're ignorant doctors against ivermectin. Ignorant is the charitable exclamation because He doesn't know about so many of the studies that have taken place double blind study and argues. Oh we don't have a double blind study for ivermectin shows. Ivermectin reduces diseases duration and infectiousness. Ivermectin can help reduce the lawn. The length of infection for people who contract corona virus for less than a dollar a day according to recent research by shit chevra for sheba medical center in tel hashomer. Professor elliott schwartz founder of the center for travel medicine in tropical disease at chevra conducted randomized. Control double blinded trial for may fifteenth. Twenty twenty through the end of january twenty twenty one to evaluate the effectiveness of ivermectin and reducing viral shedding among non hospitalized patients with mild to moderate cova. Nineteen ivermectin has been approved by the us fda since nineteen eighty seven. That's thirteen plus twenty. One is thirty four years. It's been it's been approved drugs. Discoverers were awarded the twenty fifteen nobel prize in medicine. I mentioned that last week. So what do you say about that dollar a day my friends. That's why they hate. It doesn't make pharmaceutical companies billions of dollars.

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Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden

The Pomp Podcast

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden

"Lynn thank you so much for doing this. Hey thanks for having me absolutely. Let's maybe start with for those that don't know you maybe give a quick thirty seconds on just what you spend all day doing and then kind of your perspective with the research service that you've got which i think is absolutely fantastic and high suggest people go subscribe to but how do you kind of think of your day to day role and what you spend your time focused on mostly research so my background is initially an engineering and i went into engineering management kind of blended into finance and then now i i work fulltime. Doing investment research as independent analysts as most of my time is research books on individual companies as well as physically major sectors and overall what's happening in the macro space so inflation policy that sort of thing got it and so when you look where we are today it feels like the fed is the most important person in the market and kind of their monetary policy decisions. Some of the fiscal policy decisions that are being made as well. How do you kind of create a framework to evaluate what's happening and what the impact of that will be in the future. Is there a specific framework that you use. The closest thing after a framework is the concept of the long-term debt cycle popularized by radio. And so. that's the idea that you know we go through these five. Ten year business cycles With with rising debt. And you have a recession and then you you go into next cycle but if you string a bunch of those together we actually seen is that. Each cycle doesn't reset to the previous one in terms of debt or industry. Since what you get it's higher and higher debt as a percent of gdp over time and you get lower lower interest rates and that that that happens for decades until industry rates run into roughly zero or some cases mildly negative and so they run out of that policy. Ruin up to pull in other types of tools and so the last time we were in this type of virement in most countries was actually back in the nineteen forties. And so you know. We have a lot of analog to that time obviously with different technology at things like that. So that's that's actually my main probably a model framework But then you know more more tactically. I'm just kind of looking at. What are the bottlenecks in the system. policymakers to do something. and so. because we're at the end of a long term death cycle. We're in a very macro heavy environment. And some of things that people expect the past say thirty four years are behaving very differently this environment that that's how i approach

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Novak Djokovic Posts He Is in for Tokyo Olympics

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Novak Djokovic Posts He Is in for Tokyo Olympics

"No that Djokovic she's going to the Tokyo Olympics keeping alive his chance to become the first men's player to capture a golden slam in the same calendar year the thirty four year old joke that says he's booked his flight and is proud to represent Serbia in the Olympics after winning the Australian Open French Open and Wimbledon this year Steffi Graf accomplished a golden slam in nineteen eighty eight she joke of edge when the U. S. open this summer will be the first men's players is rod laver in nineteen sixty nine to complete a calendar sweep of grand slam events his Wimbledon title was his twentieth grand slam championship tying him with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal for the most all time I'm Dave Ferrie

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Olympian Dawn Harper-Nelson on The Balance Between Motherhood and The Olympics

Running Realized

02:48 min | 5 months ago

Olympian Dawn Harper-Nelson on The Balance Between Motherhood and The Olympics

"For me. I've always known. I wanted to be three things. A wife a mom and a gold medalist but for me i also knew deaf for one of those dreams to live. The other one had to die. In what i mean by that is in order to be the athlete that i wanted to be in a sport that i love and to be a gold medalist. There was no way. I could be a mother. Not only was i nervous about. What being a mother and having a child would do to my body. I also understood it and it was very clear my sport that there will be no support from me financially or just support mentally and i was not happy about that. But that's the way the world worked. And i had accepted that when i went into two thousand and eight i felt like that was the year that i really put the stamp on my career professionally and i won the olympics in two thousand eight and at the time of the greatest time of my life. It was everything that you had just imagined. This moment would be came true and from two thousand eight and two thousand twelve. I had really great years in between and so they made that. Two thousand twelve was once again going to be so caught the pinnacle of my career. I was twenty eight. And for what i have been told was the ideal age for track and field in the hurdles. I was also dating a guy at the time that i was pretty sure i wanted to marry and at this olympics my mindset. Was you're ready. You're in the best shape of your life. It's time to make history. The race goes off. And i ended up getting silver and i tied the olympic record. The woman broke the record. Both about point o. Two and it is still to this day. The greatest race for the hurdles in olympic history. I remember feeling so honored in so privileged in that just thinking that these things i feel like in the sports subtly come true. Are you ready to actually achieve the goal. And i remember that christmas was when my boyfriend at the time. Proposed to me as overjoyed as i was. I was also thinking to myself. Oh my goodness. The conversation of a child is coming forward by with me and him because we had talked but with my family and friends. Because that's obviously what's the next natural step in so it seemed with the family. The thing is with me. My body is my job. It's how i make a living in. So i'm at the moment of my life where dreams may switch and i remember talking to my husband and we saying that we're going to hold off because i am running so well that i wasn't ready to give up on this dream of track and field yet and so if we fast forward to now i'm thirty four years old and i'm knowing that the pool of being someone's mother is more than the love half track and field

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20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal

"Not a jagged edges tough that aforesaid whenever Matteo Derren teeny to claim his six Wimbledon crown the world number one was far from convincing during the three hour and twenty three minute battle but in the end found just enough to bump the Italians pal and win six seven six four six four six three it was his third consecutive win at the all England club and now ties with thirty four year old Serb and twenty career major titles with thirty nine year old Roger Federer and thirty five year old Rafael Nadal is also on track to become the first player since rod laver in nineteen sixty nine to win a calendar year grand slam only needs now is a U. S. open I'm Graham like us

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Squeezed (MM #3750)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Squeezed (MM #3750)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've been doing a lot of reading about the middle class, I fall into the middle class and I'm feeling very frustrated at times because I don't think I'm getting ahead quite like I want to and as the end of my lifetime comes about in the next twenty, thirty four years, whatever it happens to be, I still want to be able to survive and enjoy life. At the same time, what we're seeing is the squeeze of the middle class. Right now, we're in the world of The Haves and the Have Nots. What we're finding is a lot of middle class oriented businesses. Like restaurants, they're being squeezed as well. Restaurants that were normal. Go to is for people, like the Olive Garden, TGI Fridays, Applebee's. Many of them have been squeezed downsized and been forced to re-evaluate their situation because the middle class, the people who liked getting a good meal and a good value aren't using those types of restaurants anymore, because they've had to realign their budgets. They're going for more of the fast-casual, not as much serve, but cheaper prices, it's not right, it's not fair, it's just reality. And we've all got to figure out a way to survive.

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Squeezed (MM #3750)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Squeezed (MM #3750)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've been doing a lot of reading about the middle class, I fall into the middle class and I'm feeling very frustrated at times because I don't think I'm getting ahead quite like I want to and as the end of my lifetime comes about in the next twenty, thirty four years, whatever it happens to be, I still want to be able to survive and enjoy life. At the same time, what we're seeing is the squeeze of the middle class. Right now, we're in the world of The Haves and the Have Nots. What we're finding is a lot of middle class oriented businesses. Like restaurants, they're being squeezed as well. Restaurants that were normal. Go to is for people, like the Olive Garden, TGI Fridays, Applebee's. Many of them have been squeezed downsized and been forced to re-evaluate their situation because the middle class, the people who liked getting a good meal and a good value aren't using those types of restaurants anymore, because they've had to realign their budgets. They're going for more of the fast-casual, not as much serve, but cheaper prices, it's not right, it's not fair, it's just reality. And we've all got to figure out a way to survive.

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Putting Away and Putting Away Again

A Slob Comes Clean

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Putting Away and Putting Away Again

"Thank you so much for coming on the podcast. Cindy well com. I'm glad he finally meet you. I'm so excited for you to be your. Have you been on any of the zoom calls that we've had as a group now i haven't been able to do. Those excited talks universe. Well yeah. I know it's so fun to like. Get to see real people and figure out. Oh these are the people i've known online for awhile. People exactly exactly so. Tell me about your unique life situation. I have six grown children. Wow seven grandchildren. Oh congratulations and so. I have an enormous six bedroom house. And it's just and it was really a lot easier to take care of when i had six little servants. Yeah i did have them all working because we have one simple rule. If you don't work you don't eat so We had like cooking lunch. You'd better hurry and get all your lunch for sun so you can sit at the table when i get ready and it was so much easier than when i moved out i was like oh i think it was made. It was the swap. It wasn't relieving him. It was more about get myself shoots so now. After thirty four years of marriage my divorce will be final this week so now i'm in i thirty five hundred square foot house all alone and i really suck maintaining it. Just not really

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The Future of Fashion Education

The Fashademix Podcast

02:41 min | 7 months ago

The Future of Fashion Education

"So we're starting off our in the no conversation all around fashion degrees. So i think there's been a lot of who can. I say who has around fashion. Getting fashion degree is a necessity. And i think it's also personal preference but if you look at what code. Savage has done in terms of the creative arts. I know they didn't get much funding but everything everybody has done. In lockdown has revolved around creativity. Were watching tv. Or those people have art directors producers costume reading books time without all they signed. No we do then. I mean if i couldn't buy clothes. You lockdown do spend my time to stern scrolling fade by by think he's radiating polston. I mean even if two children important as for their development ought arts and crafts build curiosity creativity imagination. It's supports their development and communication scales. Like it really is so important in terms of a person's development. And and i just feel like i guess. In the olden days going back thirty four years is not particularly old. But maybe it wasn't so much of a need to go into fashion occasion. There was more opportunity the fashion. She wasn't as big but now it is so so competitive and for my experience being university you know doing the fashion retail management course. I went to university. I wasn't tidy. Sure what i wanted to do. I just knew. I wanted to work in fashion and i didn't want to be a designer. I remember speaking to a careers advisor and she said to me you call eighteen gatiss taste or so you know walk gonna go. I'm going to get i god. He did y'all And i went to a degree. And i thought you know what i want to be a buyer. I want to go into martin. Nacho which one and it gave you like a little sample of everything and then straight find out what you like. You don't like an graduated and went into buying did that for a couple of years. Didn't feel it was for me. The moved into martin and absolutely loved it but it was doing that degree that i was able to get that initial first buying job because i had the experience. I had the knowledge around how things work lead times. You know. freight on board sample swatches designing the collections. How that works sourcing all those different elements of buying so. When i went into the job interview i had the very basic knowledge of how the

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Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?

"We are back final hour. It's been a fun show. We appreciate you being here. A lot of conversation with my Mike smith earlier. We also talked to dennis dodd. Another conversation predictably has been tim. Tebow we've given you a lot of reaction on that in the mike cannon bom from espn former gm jets dolphins. He's been here a couple of times. He had this to say earlier today. On keyshawn jay will and zubin about understanding the signing. I don't like it. I just don't see the upside in this move. He's thirty four years old. He would be a backup. I just don't know of thirty four year old players that can come in and be back place special teams and you're taking away a roster spot from hopefully a young developmental player that could grow with a young nucleus obviously led by trevor lawrence. And to me this is probably through the lens of urban. Meyer saying a decade. And a half ago tim tiba was the most competitive guy i've ever been around and he can help set the culture. If i was in that building what i would be pushing back saying coach. That may be true but in the nfl as you well know. Players needs to be led by players. They believed can take them to where they wanna go and as a backup tight end. I just don't think tim tebow would have that same credibility as he wants dave when he was the starting quarterback in florida. He also questioned whether tibo could even makes a team. I just don't see how he makes the team or urban and he's a really good coach he he's been historically great college but i just don't know he has to earn a spot and he's given a spot. That's gonna cause a big problem because players weren't have a chance to win and again to me just putting on my lens of a general manager and roster construction if you're not a starter in the nfl with only forty six players dressing you have to play special teams so my question. is tim. tibor thirty four years old going to cover cover kicks that remains to be seen. Now if he doesn't earn it does a totally different discussion. But i don't think you could sign him and say hey. He definitely has a spot on this team.

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Rhode Island Investigating Death of Man Handcuffed by Police

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Rhode Island Investigating Death of Man Handcuffed by Police

"I'm Julie Walker the death of a handcuffed man while in police custody in Rhode Island is prompting an investigation Providence police released body camera video and say officers were called around twelve thirty AM Friday for report of a man who was outside screaming and possibly on drugs officers found thirty four year old Joseph entry rolling on the ground and called for medical help the body cam shows they spent more than ten minutes trying to calm him down before holding him down on his stomach for about ninety seconds while handcuffing him behind his back he then appeared to collapse it was pronounced dead at a hospital I'm Julie Walker

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Google & Privacy

Cricket's Campfire

05:34 min | 8 months ago

Google & Privacy

"I want to talk about something. That's been concerning me for while google and online privacy. We've touched on this topic before but recently it's reared its ugly head again. It's come to light. The google who we already know collects an obscene amount of information is taking even more than we thought through their web browser. Google chrome on. Iowa's apple's recently made privacy labels mandatory forcing companies on apple devices to display. What information they collect from their users. Let me tell you. It's a lots between the most common web browsers chrome safari edge and fire fox by far chrome takes in the most information by far browsing history. Financial data location. History information about your phone. Your unique advertising. I d. that's the one to keep in mind advertising. That's what a lot of this comes down to. Why taken so much information. So they know what they can advertise to you. Google's ad revenue from twenty twenty was just shy of a hundred and fifty billion dollars. That's a single year. It's also about eighty percent of their hundred eighty billion dollars in total revenue all of the information they absorbed from their litany of sources helps them do a number of different things on the more useful end. They use it to customize the user experience they figure out how to improve your experience with their products connected programs make for easier use especially between different devices on a wider scale. They use it to fine-tune algorithms to be more accurate and efficient but on the other side and a bit more insidious they use it to target you with ads ads match based on everything they know about you to hopefully convince you to let go of some of your money now you may be thinking. They can't possibly know that much about me. And maybe you're right. Some people go through and on check every box. Never let google in as far as they'd like. It was only last june when google started setting those boxes to be off by default. If your account is older than that there's a good chance that all those settings protect privacy from google's specific is are still allowing them in and they'll keep that information indefinitely unless you tell them to delete it now if you have a second. Let's do a little experiment. If you have a google account head over to google clicker count in the top. Right navigate to manage your account and find add personalization if you have it set off congratulations. Google isn't collecting as much data about you. They still are but at least they're not using it to advertise to you if it's set to on however you'll see some interesting things now. This is something that i didn't even know about myself until recently my writer slash editor pointed it out to me. If you scroll down you can find all the little things that google thinks that knows about you as well as your interests. Here's a little bit about mind. Before i turned off my preferences. We'll go with the obvious ones. I according to google. I'm twenty five to thirty four years old. that's correct. I'm interested in audio equipment. Well obviously i'm interested in consumer electronics. Which i guess so I like dogs and cats now for some more obscure references. Some of those correct and some of those incorrect die-cast and toy vehicles. That was probably my children's search result. Honestly i don't remember searching for it. I may have but i don't think it was me custom and performance vehicles. That was definitely my kid. My eleven year old is super into all those sports cars and special cars out there. Fashion and style Well i mean maybe once google this i i don't remember and i don't particularly care about my fashion or style. That's why i'm on podcasts. Instead of on. tv. Here's the funniest parent not apparent right below it. I'm interested in parenting engine transmission. This is actually an impressive reference. I don't google this information often but the fact that it's recorded here is intriguing to me. Nintendo funnily enough. This seems to be a link to youtube. I don't recall googling anything directly related to nintendo. But i'm interested in it so they definitely got it right does google. Thank you like sports. You get a little button for sports. are you married. you get one for that. Have kids there it is. What is your job in. They'll make guests if the can. Are you a man or a woman. Well that they don't even have to guess. It's probably listed near account information. These are all basically you. These are just some of the things you let google. no it's not just trivia. It's identifying information. A lot of people share their name their face where they live all for convenience in exchange for knowing everything there is to know about you that they care about anyway they pick and choose the ads most likely for you to click on from a pool of the highest. Bidders was going to get you to spend money. What's going to make these advertisers. Continue to go through google and pay them another hundred and fifty billion dollars this year. Maybe that's all right with you. Some people do enjoy ads that they might want instead of the background noise of things. They're never going to buy. But i feel you should at least get to be the one who decides what information they have and are allowed to take us against you. Just remember when something is free you might not be paying with money but you are paying with something else.

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Would You Ever have Plastic Surgery?

WokeNFree

05:50 min | 9 months ago

Would You Ever have Plastic Surgery?

"Question is why. Do people have plastic surgery so indeed. This is a good one to ask. Personally i feel that people want to gain acceptance by changing their outward appearance. I think they feel by getting the enhancement. Their life will be easier than keeping their current physical appearance but there are actually some legitimate use cases but for plastic surgery. But i'm actually referring to the optional cosmetic type here not the reconstructive surgery that people will often undergo okay so i came across a blog post by doctor named dr vintage. Ns i believe his is as a twenty seventeen blog post article that actually broke down different reasons why people get plastic surgery and it goes as follows so reason number one because of an injury so common reason why people decide to have cosmetic plastic surgeries to correct a deformity or defect caused by injury so that seems legit similar to what you were saying. Outside of the the the you're saying you're not referring to reconstruct this falls within that. This is like a reconstructing exact something bad happened or not ideal happened and now you're doing something to correct the situation so that makes sense reason number two because of health issues. They'll health concerns or issues. Are other common reasons why people seek out surgery. Nasal surgery or rhino plastic is a common procedure for people with health issues. And i myself definitely have a. I think we both have a deviated subject. Yeah and i was told that if that was something i wanted to pursue i could and it's like ha no shot interesting definitely not ruling it out completely but not necessarily getting it today. Another reason would be to change something they don't like so if you don't not necessarily like injury or health issue but maybe for some other reason like maybe there's something you don't like about your body people even if there's no medical reason to change people still pursue this avenue to be able to similar to what you're saying which is to create or recreate an appearance for themselves and maybe it's for acceptance or other types of reasoning behind that but that's another reason and then i love this one reason for which is to look younger. Wow this seems to be very much the The the foothold for many folks in hollywood because a lot of our celebrities definitely have this kind of frozen look in time situation going on which is interesting. Take off years off their parents and then the other reason listed in the blog post is to feel more confident and goes on to say one. Last reason people choose is surgery it can help them feel more confident and give them a boost of self esteem. Whether you're having a procedure to fix an injury correct a health problem or change something you long been unhappy with at the end of the process wants. Your results are visible. You'll likely to feel happier and more in control of your body. That sentenced to me seems really loaded. You'll feel happier I think you might enjoy the new appearance. You have in a specific time period. Ray because our emotions are not stagnant they change and hopefully that you like how the surgery turned out. Sometimes you can go for surgery and not actually like the outcome. So i think that that's just a loaded statement there but you can become happy because of the new found attention of feet psychologists to really dive deep into the emotional connection between our physical appearance in our emotional state of being. I think that that's a very. It's a like a broad stroke statement there there. You can be unhappy surgery as well exactly because you're so many ways can feel it's not a guarantee that changing your identity makes you happier true to changed circumstances for sure but remains to be seen are those. Were definitely some valla reasons. Why people get plastic surgery. But we're gonna ask. Would you ever have plastic surgery. So i growing up and today rightly so growing up. I would say vanity was definitely something that was very big and prominent in my household and unfortunately you know i wish i wish i could say you know. I have overcome being being. Not necessarily i think every time i get a pimple of a blemish how how i struggle with that and not to say that i think i'm in any way perfect or in any way ideal but it is i struggle with visible parents my own physical parents and wanting to. I don't know i guess you could be in a state where it feels like. You have perfection but you don't have perfection because my entire life. I've always struggled with weight. I've always struggled with things about my body stretch. Mark scars like things like that. so the idea of plastic. Shorty was something that i definitely romanticized. When i was younger currently at thirty four years old. I would say i wouldn't knock it out of the park is a no but being a mom to be in really excited to our sign this summer. It creates another complication. Because i would not wanna go through any procedure that could threaten my life and take me away from to be one of the most important people ever make and no in my life which will be our son. So i would say if i needed to write your and if i didn't need to probably not but i need to meaning like if if you you know you never know what can happen in life. Rights originated reconstructive. Like maybe because. I do have a lot of congestion issues. Maybe if my deviated septum that would be the only way to make my nose like allow me to breathe and have my nose then. Maybe i would go for

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Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years

The Dallas Morning News

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years

"In crime news. Dallas man imprisoned or three decades in a deadly. Dallas robbery was wrongfully convicted. That's what dallas county prosecutors said. Yesterday ben spencer fifty-six is expected to be released from jail. This week for the first time in thirty four years prosecutors in the district attorney's office who reviewed his case found that previous prosecutors withheld evidence from spencer's defense team about the robbery and slaying of businessman. Jeffrey young spencer always maintained his innocence. Even though admitting guilt could have meant earning parole years ago cynthia garza chief of the conviction integrity unit said in a written statement. We conducted an independent investigation. And when we did that it was apparent that spencer was wrongfully convicted. The district attorney's office would not say whether they plan to retry spencer. A da's office spokeswoman said the conviction integrity unit is still investigating the case

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Baby Or Bust

Dear Sugars

04:44 min | 9 months ago

Baby Or Bust

"Dear sugars. I'm a thirty four year old woman. Who's been happily married for five years. My husband and i are both in the military. Have made it through six deployments while together. Currently i'm transitioning out of the military and trying to figure out what career to pursue. My husband sees this transition period as a great time to have children and start a family. I however do not want children. He is always known how. I feel about kids but i think he got married to me with the idea that he could change my mind or that biology would flip some switch and i would wanna have kids it. Hasn't i feel horrible. That i can't give him what he wants. I feel there is something wrong with me that i don't want kids. All women are supposed to want kids. Why don't i. I've thought that. I should just have a baby for my husband but i know that is a terrible idea. I don't wanna feel resentful towards him or the child. And i have told him as much. This has become a deep source of conflict in our marriage and i'm completely to blame sugars. I love my husband and our life together and don't want anything to change. Please help me figure out what to do. Do i have a baby anyway. Or do i let my husband go so he can get what he wants sincerely baby or bust. Wow that's such a hard one. The first thing. I want to say to you baby. Your bus is that you are not completely blame. I completely agree. It's a deep source of conflict. And this is a very big deal. But you're not to blame. I think that we mustn't blame ourselves for the feelings. And we have about the ways we wanna live our lives you from the outset told your husband. I don't wanna be a mother. I don't want kids now. He's also not to blame for thinking that you might change your mind. You're thirty four years old. You've been married since you're in your late. you know. Sounds like about twenty nine and a lot of people do change during those years. It's not completely unreasonable. That he would think that you were may going to be open to the idea of motherhood someday but you never said you would be and i don't think that you're going to get anywhere from a sort of beating yourself up about not wanting kids. It isn't true that all women are supposed to want kids. We've talked about this over and over on this show. An and i think that there are so many voices out there right now. Women telling their stories women who do not want to be mothers and have no conflict about that. So let's just get rid of that blame and shame piece before we begin the discussion. Don't think steve. Oh yeah absolutely. I mean the most unsettling two words in this letter to me. Are i think but i think he got married to me with the idea that he could change your mind and this is part of. What's so difficult about the letters that we're encountering is that it's not a situation where the marriage is necessarily going to survive. You can't therapies it away. This is a a strong impulse within one partner for a particular kind of intense experience and the other partner feeling differently. And what. I think it's symptomatic is not that anybody's to blame. I completely agree that this is a complex sort of collaboration but where it started was with a set of unspoken possibilities or wishes that weren't articulated at a crucial moment. This is something you have to talk about to the extent that you're conscious of your desires. If your husband was aware that it was something that maybe his feelings change or evolve or that he was making the assumption that you would that is really if there's anything to blame it's that assumption. You can't assume about something so huge and fundamental and the real question. You face is really a long conversation with your husband. About what sort of life. He wants to lead. And what sort of life. You wanna lead whether those two are compatible. Let's a brutal thing to have to say. But i think you have to be clear eyed about it. The only way through it is to communicate honestly about what sort of life you can make together or apart. Yeah and i do think you sign your letter baby or boston. You are at that moment in your life. It is either that this relationship needs to end so that your husband can go and pursue the opportunity to become a father with someone else or even by himself or you need to come to some terms in your relationship where your husband can accept the idea that indeed you are not going to become a mother and you're not willing. It sounds to me not willing to save this marriage by having a baby that you really don't want

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Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach

The Free Agents

01:43 min | 10 months ago

Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach

"We've got a head coaching change in the nba. The timber wolves have fired head coach. Saunders but i. I had a game to play brian. Sanders was coaching against the guy. He replaced tom sibito of the new york knicks. Having a great season there is game. Went down to the wire. Karl anthony towns had shot in the post to try and take the lead with thirty seconds left over his former teammate. Taj gibson but it rimmed out on a rim in madison square garden. Where the ball. Just capterra women out on sunday and that was ryan saunders. Final quarter as head. Coach of the minnesota timberwolves took over for his late father. Flip saunders in twenty nineteen thirty four year old had a string of injuries to deal with and played many many close games and the timber wolves already have saunders replacement chris finch who was a raptors assistant coach. This season has been given a multi year deal by the minnesota timberwolves to coach them full time. It's a rare move to pluck an assistant from another team. Mid season to take over job just doesn't happen very often. Usually the team that fires a head coach just moves their assistant over for a while at the very least when the full job search can be done until the full job search can be done in the off season but they had been looking at chris finch for a long time in fact he interviewed in twenty nineteen when ryan saunders was eventually given the job and finch like his good friend raptors head coach. Nick nurse coached abroad for a longtime uk. Germany and belgium then moved to the g. league and then was assistant in the nba for a decade. And he's an offensive specialist who worked with james harden in zion. Now he'll have the chance to work with karl. Anthony towns anthony edwards.

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