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"trucking magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coffee chewing tobacco, a truck magazine. Other items which may or may not be porn. My favorite of all McDonald's apple pies, all of this stuff and the fact that he ratted on 123 people. Of course, it does raise the question whether he has not been exaggerating. Fully, it becomes apparent to even his interrogators that he's probably not telling the truth. For example, at one point, but started names a bunch of guys who were at a training camp with him during a specific time frame. But then a military official finds that not a single guy he named was even in Afghanistan at that time. You can actually see the doubt unfold over time in the documents themselves. Thies disclaimers start appearing next to his claims in detainee reports I'm putting here In every interview where Bas Arda was questioned on detainee Basada has changed his story or this one. But Sarda quote should not be relied upon trusting him. Strange, the imagination. Okay, so over too. There is literally no other evidence that the U. S military has publicly acknowledged to argue that ability of Nassir was involved in the bombing and Buddha bombings. That's it. Now I wanted desperately to talk to these two guys, but I couldn't get in touch with either of them. So instead, I went back to that d O D document and looked for other names of guys who had said incriminating things about Abdelatif. None of them could or would talk to me. Except for this one guy. Yeah. My name is Mohammed Olusola. I'm a more Italian citizen 47 years old electrical engineer Information technology, Muhammadu. So while he was in Guantanamo Bay from 2002 to 2016, really? I just have one question for you. And it's a maybe a difficult one. Which is that in reading ability of Nasser's D O D Detainee assessment file. There was this quote and I wanted to ask you about it. The quote is Detainee which is not sir admitted he attended the wedding in Kandahar of Osama bin Laden son Mohammed bin Laden. Mohammadou would Salahi that's you. Corroborated detainees participation in the February 2001 ceremony. Did you say that? What? What do you make of that? Huh? Her up. Salute. Lee have not the slightest idea. And this is possible that I told them that even though this is the first time I ever heard that he attended this wedding, my understanding that he was in Afghanistan much much later than I And we never crossed fast ever in Afghanistan. I left Afghanistan around March of 1992. And this wedding is February of 2000 won. How possibly what I know about the wedding that happens in February of 2001 when I was thousands of miles away. So there was it was impossible for me to be there. Absolutely impossible. But why? Why would you have said yes to that. If you did say yes to it, because Uh, I will through so much. Pain and suffering. Including sleep deprivation, multiple sexual assaults. The threat against my dear members of my family, including my mother that I said I'm not going to make this any more. Whatever they want me to say, I would say. For instance, like this wedding, those great pictures so them They showed me a million times. But I kept saying, I don't know about this event. Then we're the after the torture. I took them all. Of course it happens and everything like they ask me, I say yes. Could you talk to a bus? Are there Opus Arte beside Oh, I tried. I tried. I really tried I He's in Spain. Well from what I've heard is that there's so many people who are very angry at him. On potential even want to kill him is sort of deep in hiding. To be honest, Do I don't think anyone wants to play live. You think everyone knows that? He's very disturbed mentally. Yeah, He tried to kill himself. You know that. There? No, I did not know that society. Wow. Yeah, it was really hard. You know, he was very young, and they kept giving him cheeseburger, Hamburger pizza, and it could just saying random stuff and they know he was lying. Do you sort of? Do you blame him? Or do you think it's like It was such a honest with you? At first? I did not. I did blaming them. You should say there is no loyalty if someone commits crime But if someone didn't and you should not lie about people, and then when they I was so angry when they told me that detained you lied about but when I was tortured.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

06:07 min | 2 months ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"This that tastes the way it does And and finagle it the way he did. We need that to. I dig this a lot. Thank you i'm. I'm pretty proud of it and we talked a little bit earlier about You know one of my other favorite styles. Doing the week i got. I got a fucking hit on my hands back there in that format. Right now It is it's tasting great. And i mean it's not my thing necessarily a think it's going to go over incredibly. Well there's got to be something fun to about taking something that isn't thing and trying to trying to make it as good as possible and try to kinda sure. Hack that idea of you know this. I'm gonna. I'm gonna talk a blow. Their minds but the seltzer is a great example. Yeah nobody fucking like. Nobody likes seltzer. People that are drinking seltzer. Don't really like seltzer and some of your emails. You're you're confused right now and i give them l. Set you down now. Explain why you're drinking seltzer. But you had a great seltzer was it. You know it is. He said you're going to make it again about being clean and there are so many not clean seltzer. Well you don't have to cover it up with a bunch of crap. We're not we're not ever in a in a big hurry you know. Just just do things the right way. you know. it's something that was a. It was a cornerstone in in a thread that went through this industry especially in this town. When i started bruin here that it was a truly you can define quality and so many different ways. But you know when you're doing something if you're cut corners or not and and don't do as the theme of this show you know if unless you wanna bach this may with lager. Yee's allah has. I cut that corner. But i made it tastes good but even that like you had this this this constraint that you had to work with how do you take that and do it the right way and you know you can work within boundaries and do things the right way and that that's to me. That's what this episode is about. You know like you don't have to be an asshole to people. You don't have to half ass stuff you don't have to. You don't have to cut corners with anything in life. Just be be better. Be better than i know. This is a beer show then much bigger than beer we had. We had that conversation through the middle of the show. I mean a lot of this is about. It's about being together with people you know. The beer is a is a tie in with it. But you know just being together and and doing these things and at the very least when somebody walks away from you and a conversation. Don't make them regret it right now. When you walk away from my beer my establishment wants to be happy you know. I am not here to insult anybody not here to. I know we're going to be judged constantly because that's just what happens in this world. Social media's is it can be great and it can be awful all at the same time But you know what. I want you to walk away. You don't you don't have to love what you had. But i want you to say you know you appreciate it and you had a good time. You know all right what else. Let's go that's it that's it that's it was that says no we're good. We're good If you guys like what this show is you can support it. You can go to. The gnarly gnome dot com slash support. And do that whole thing. that's how this keeps growing. Were were really close to some really fun stuff happening. That i can't really talk about but Yeah we. I love all of you. Guys that support on on Especially oh i almost got in big trouble here this week sponsor. Chef tony I love chef. Tony Queen city mobile food truck association if you are a local brewery. There's looking for food truck reach out to them. Also food truck magazine Every every tuesday. Tonight's a tuesday when recording. But that's not when you're listening to this tomorrow night if you're listening to it on monday when it posts They do a live show on on on facebook and on facebook on youtube. I'm terrible terrible podcast. Show on your trucker magazine if you are interested in the food truck world but if you're looking to book a food truck city food truck association They are the sponsor of the month. And if you want to be the sponsor of the month if you've got a bar or a restaurant or a brewery or anything reach out to me we can. We can make this happen. Because that's how i We'll be back here back here. Hope so much quicker than we did last time because this world keeps changing so fast and places like this kind of Bring me back to to why it exists in the first place. Thanks for you know. Obviously we see each other more frequently than obviously than you know when we're on the show Thanks for giving me the opportunity to kind. Of course you know what happened and where we are what we've been through and who we are. Thanks for sticking around by bush. i can't even tell you guys on how how how much this place means to me. How much Media trains do you ever been here. Get here there'll be links and the show notes tell you do that craft..

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A truck magazine. Other items which may or may not be porn and my favorite of all McDonald's apple pies, all of this stuff and the fact that he ratted on 123 people. Of course, it does raise the question whether he has not been exaggerating. Fully, it becomes apparent to even his interrogators that he's probably not telling the truth. For example, at one point, but started names a bunch of guys who were at a training camp with him during a specific time frame. But then a military official finds that not a single guy he named was even in Afghanistan at that time. You can actually see the doubt unfold over time in the documents themselves. Thies disclaimers start appearing next to his claims in detainee reports. I'm quoting him. In every interview where Bas Arda was questioned on detainee Basada has changed his story or this one. But Sarda quote should not be relied upon trusting him. Strange, the imagination. Okay, so over too. There is literally no other evidence that the U. S military has publicly acknowledged to argue that ability of Nassir was involved in the bombing and Buddha bombings. That's it. Now I wanted desperately to talk to these two guys, but I couldn't get in touch with either of them. So instead, I went back to that d O D document and looked for other names of guys who had said incriminating things about Abdelatif. None of them could or would talk to me. Except for this one guy. Yeah. My name is Mohammed Ursula. I'm a more Italian citizen 47 years old electrical engineer Information technology, Muhammadu. So while he was in Guantanamo Bay from 2002 to 2016, really? I just have one question for you. And it's a maybe a difficult one. Which is that in reading ability of Nasser's D O D Detainee assessment file. There was this quote and I wanted to ask you about it. The quote is Detainee which is not sir admitted he attended the wedding in Kandahar of Osama bin Laden son Mohammed bin Laden. Mohammadou Woods, Lahey. That's you. Corroborated detainees participation in the February 2001 ceremony. Did you say that? What? What do you make of that? Huh? Her. Absolutely have not this slightest idea. And this is possible that I told them that even though this is the first time I ever heard that he attended this wedding, my understanding that he was in Afghanistan much much later than I And we never crossed paths as in Afghanistan. I left Afghanistan around March off 1992. And this wedding is February of 2000 won. How possibly what I know about the wedding that happens in February of 2001 when I was thousands of miles away. So there was it was impossible for me to be there. Absolutely impossible. But why? Why would you have said yes to that. If you did say yes to it, because Uh, I will through so much pain and suffering. Including sleep deprivation, multiple sexual ofall. The threat against my dear members of my family, including my mother that I said I'm not going to make this any more. Whatever they want you to say, I would say. For instance, like this wedding, those great pictures, so them They showed me a million times. But I kept saying, I don't know about this event. And then was the After the torture. I took the ball off course it happens and everything like they ask me, I say yes. Could you talk to about farther off a Sardar? Sardar always tried. I tried. I really tried I He's in Spain from what I've heard is that there's so many people who are very angry at him. On potential, even want to kill him. He's sort of deep in hiding. To be honest, Do I don't think anyone wants to believe You think everyone knows that? He's very disturbed. Mentally. Yeah, he tried to kill himself. You know that. I don't know. I did not know that tried to come society. Wow. Yeah, it was really hard. You know, he was very young, and they kept giving him a cheeseburger, hamburger pizza, and you could just saying random stuff and they know he was lying. Do you sort of? Do you blame him? Or do you think it's like It was such a honest with you? At first? I did not. I did blaming them. You should say there is no loyalty if someone commits crime But if someone didn't you should not lie about people. And then when they I was so angry when they told me that the train you lied about but when I was tortured I did not live them anymore..

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Chewing tobacco, a truck magazine. Other items which may or may not be porn and my favorite of all McDonald's apple pie all of this stuff and the fact that he ratted on 123 people. Of course, it does raise the question whether he has not been exaggerating. Slowly, it becomes apparent to even his interrogators that he's probably not telling the truth. For example, at one point, but started names a bunch of guys who were at a training camp with him during a specific time frame. But then a military official finds that not a single guy he named. It was even in Afghanistan at that time. You can actually see the doubt unfold over time in the documents themselves. Thies disclaimers start appearing next to his claims in detainee reports I'm putting here In every interview where Bas Arda was questioned on detainee Basada has changed his story or this one. But Sarda quote should not be relied upon trusting him. Strange, the imagination. Okay, so over too. There is literally no other evidence that the U. S military has publicly acknowledged to argue that ability of Nassir was involved in the bombing and Buddha bombings. That's it. Now I wanted desperately to talk to these two guys, but I couldn't get in touch with either of them. So instead, I went back to that d O D document and looked for other names of guys who had said incriminating things about Abdelatif. None of them could or would talk to me. Except.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

23:28 min | 4 months ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"To this tonight or whenever you typically listened to the weekly. We'll talk about what the studio is looking like right now. But the table has shrunk up a lot which opens up this room a lot for some other stuff Which is coming down the line. I'm drifting all over the place with the topics. What i wanted to talk about this week. is cans. You know we de sol mcleese over a brink He let loose with the The artwork for their upcoming cans. If you guys listen to To the show regularly. You'll remember back when we wrap brink last Which was probably i. Don't know may esh complete guess could have been may. I don't know it was. It was post Post covid was in a post covid world but We did talk about where brink goes from here with what the future looks like for them and He made a big point to say you know. Packaging is coming cans Their contract brewing there cans and getting them out to To stores we saw those labels so a lot of labels actually and you're starting to get those glimpse of how big they are really doing this. The rumors that i'm hearing Are a lot of kroger stores. Somewhere around seventy different kroger stores which is a lot. that's not obviously to the levels of like a Rang geisler imaginary or something like that. But you know urban artifact. I think is Maybe twice that maybe one hundred fifty somewhere around there so it is a big. It's a big move for a small neighborhood brewery to move into that many stores with packaging including a whole new kind of process which is the contract brewing process It's gonna be exciting to watch. It's gonna be exciting to see a whole lot more people that you know. Maybe maybe knew about break. But don't get there as much as they they want to You know the me people like that you know i can just run out to you know my local bottle shop and i can get bring beer now easily and then bring it home and and and drink it. That's fun but then also those people that have never even heard of brink you know there. We forget as as craft. Beer geeks like the uber. Cincinnati beer geek. We forget that there are people that don't know about these places that we call our local hans the places that you know we spend so much time at. There's people that don't ever heard of it. You know there's people that live. You know blocks away from brink in college hill and have no idea that there's a brewery there which you know is is mind blowing to me but i know that it's true. I've talked to people plenty of times with every brewery that this is my first time here. I know that this place existed and again. It's it's mind blowing but it's going to allow it's going to allow. It's going to allow people like that to discover. Bring to find this place that hopefully will become their new kind of spot to hang out there. New haunt their their new local spot. maybe just the place that they go and they pick up a six pack of the store and drink it all summer long and never stepped foot in the tapper which is okay to it just opens the door to a lot of new experiences. And i think that that's it's a craft beers about right as the quest for new experiences but and so bring is is definitely making some big moves in in that regard. They're not the only ones though you know we are We're getting ready to see a couple. Breweries new packaging new to kroger alexandria They i believe he's talked about that. Believe okay saying this He is also canning his beer and they will be in kroger. I'm not as mini kroger's as As brink as but definitely a you know a a big move for them they're also contract brewing And they are being very open about where they're contracting and they are going with wooden cask I know that Andy down at alexandria definitely trusts randy. Wouldn't gas trust what he will do with his beer and It's it's a big move a big move for everybody wooden cask if we want to go down this rabbit hole is putting in an entirely new canning line. They were bottling There's they will still bottle beers. I think the barrel aged stuff and things like that will still see bottles but their core beers are not going to be canned. Their contract stuff obviously is canned and it opens again at the door for people to find new experiences. Be a with alexandria people who live in ohio. That just have just been desperate for more alexandra beer without having to drive down to alexandria to be able to get that easily. It's a game changer. Especially as we head into the warmer months which are coming here we are. We're not even into the coldest part of the winter. The miserable part of winter. But i'm already looking forward to sunshine and warm weather drinking. You know it enables you to grab beers that you know you love but that you might not have been able to fill cooler with easily before Be that alexandria. Wouldn't cask brink any of those places. It's just it's so much fun So much fun getting the chance to do things in a new way with them. A we you know. We've talked a lot. Doom and gloom about what covid means for businesses and for bars and restaurants. It's it's nice to take a break every once about and remember the other side of it and remember that there are some businesses that are doing. Okay that are trying to keep growing and keep evolving and keep Reimagining how they do things even when the world around them seems like it's burning down and everybody's telling them that they are going to burn with it. You know it's a good to see that that's not necessarily true. Not that people are suffering and we could talk to him a gloom. If we want to. But i you know i i like to look at the positive side of things. Yes carrigan Is shutting down has shut down their restaurant I'm hearing lots of people. You know screaming that that's the end they're gone. They're they're destroying themselves am i. I don't think that's true but You know you have obviously more line. Who shut their doors late last year. Late twenty twenty last year makes it sound really long time ago. it wasn't. There are other rumors around for. I know a lot of you guys that listen to this are people that are either in the local industry here or close enough to it that i'm sure you've heard some of the other rumors around but it's not all bad. The world is not all horrible. There is good still happening. Even some of the places that have shut down parts of their business to kind of To keep things lean and nimble will say i like i like the word nimble to describe it. It's it's done with with thought and it's done with care has done. It's done to keep things moving and I think that's important to keep in mind for a lot of these places whoever they may be That it is it's part of Part of a bigger plan on the bigger picture then cincinnati. Beer will be okay through. All of this in fact is still firmly. Believe that when we come out the other side. This community This industry in cincinnati craft. Beer we'll be better coming out covid and all of this then it went into it. I you know it's going to be rough through some of the patches of but it will be better afterwards. And i firmly firmly believe that and i. I know that that's easy for me to say coming looking in from the outside. I know there's a lot of people that are probably not comfortable terrified every every emotion that you can think of But it it'll be okay. I guess we're getting way too deep with us. This was not supposed to be a deep show's supposed to be kind of nice and calm. Easy stress-free guys. That's all weekend vibe. Sorry this is the the downside of excuse me the downside of you getting me a solo is that anytime. I wanna to take a drink. You get dead not going in and cutting those pauses out because this is supposed to be easy stress-free right this is When we get into two weeks like this where you've got entire family is is sick with a cold. The kids aren't sleeping. Hey you know my. My daughter wakes up in the middle of the night just screaming having you know bad dreams and can't get comfortable and you have to go and you just bring her a glass of water or something and that you know you have to get out of bed. You're gonna go get anybody to give it to her. You gotta paddle head and then move it gets it takes you out of your sleep cycle. Then you've got. The baby is still sleeps in the same room as us sees right at the foot of the bed and even if he is semi resting you know if he just yells because he's uncomfortable or because he was feel good you know we may not really affect him he may still be resting but awakes. All of us up so you get weeks like that and couple. The experience of sick kids like that with trying to trying to keep episodes of prost up on youtube trying to keep episodes of since hebrew cast to keep the schedule going trying to figure out a win. The schedule is happening trying to work the day. Job trying to You know the last couple of weeks. I've been helping Good friend chef. 'antonio from brusett sausage. He's been on the show plenty because he's been on the show plenty of times Trying to help him launch his podcast food trucker magazine. I don't think the podcast feed as of right now is up yet but He they do live every every tuesday On youtube so check that out but trying to help him get that launched which takes an evening trying to A do projects around the house trying to get through the holidays. it is chaos. I guess is the entire point. It's absolute chaos and makes finding time to to sit down and do this increasingly hard. You would think that the fact that i can just walk downstairs in my house. Grab a beer. Sit down and hit a button and everything turns on and just starts recording. You would think that that would make all of this easy to just do it. But it For some reason it doesn't. I think it's actually easier to leave the house. Go somewhere and sit down and record. Pack all my stuff up which can't depending on what the episode looks like where it is and who's on it Sometimes packing all that stuff up can be a bit of a chore Sometimes it's easier still to do that than it is to come down here and just hit a button and hit record Because you'll hear people running around upstairs and know that there is some kind of some kind of chaos happening that Pools your attention even when you Evening right here. But i don't know if you guys care about any of that. A little too behind the scenes behind the scenes stuff like that is probably more suited for the weekly pint than it is since broadcast but just being open and honest with you. It's the goal of twenty twenty one to To let you behind the curtain little bit. Because it's going to be a big year About that a little bit. I did write a post Which actually upload up just that. i don't miss anything. I i ran through kind of all of the aspects of Of of not. Just you know the website but the podcast The youtube channel. All of that stuff. I took every every piece of it and kind of went into detail of where i'm at with it. What i'm working on When when i foresee anything happening so good post if you want to kind of get behind the scenes a little bit but if you wanna listen. I'll run through everything with him. So the started off talking about my work life and my life so if we can get a little bit personal sort of my my day job. I'm a photographer of been a photographer. For twenty years and have never really in the in the work side of my photography Blended with the gnome side of my life. I've never i don't work for breweries. I don't shoot stuff for breweries None of that stuff has kind of has has kind of crossed paths. That's changing this year Not just photography in general just content creation. I guess if People within the industry around the industry utah restaurants bars. That kind of thing. I'm going to be shooting more for folks like that. I'm going to be helping people launch. Podcast which you already see with chef tony and And food truck magazine Things like that video you know. Businesses are looking for social media videos. Or anything like that I i'm not going to say no to that stuff anymore. It doesn't make sense. It's always been strange. It's the two sides of my life. butt heads a lot and get confusing and that doesn't doesn't make sense to me. So we're we're changing that and Those things are coming together and to something called gnome creative which you will hear more about In the in the near future There's website and all that stuff you find it if you hunt although it's not done so don't do much youtube we've talked about that a lot on On everything in the last you know three months or so launched and You know every week we put prost up there which is a basically from the beer fridge segments. But you see me do it. We crack open a beer or a drink Last week's episode was a cider. This week's episode is booze next week's episode depending on when you're listening to this cocktail so you know we do drink other stuff but youtube is going to continue to be a a big big big focus When i started the website the gnarly dot com. You didn't see me at all. It wasn't until this podcast started that if you showed up when we were doing a live show you would see me. They're recording obviously which then kind of started shifting the idea of the anonymity of the gnome them into what i call her semi anonymity because he see me people. You know there's plenty of times that i'm sitting taproom telling people about the website so obviously i don't care if people see me if you are finding this on youtube or wherever you see my face right now so it's it's changed. It's a little different and it's going to keep growing There will be more video stuff including some longer kind of format shows for for lack of a better description. I have some Some really cool stuff. I've been. I'm still kind of planning out and figuring out but Stay tuned for all that. I don't wanna spoil too much about that podcasts. Obviously you right now or listening to sense. Hebrew cast which will always be going on. I love this show so much. And i love being able to sit down with people in the industry and just talk about the industry and about what they're doing in about what other people are doing and Just watching this whole thing keep evolving and growing and getting to know people in deeper levels than you would just from writing an article about him but the other podcast drinking with the gnome which i've neglected for the last year is going to start getting a little more attention this year I don't know for a fact if we're going to get video. Content around drinking with the gnome but it is something that i've kind of toyed around with and we're planning so it's there it's an idea but the podcast itself the audio version of since hebrew gas drinking with the gnome is going to go strong and may start getting some more video stuff which we talked about with this show the blog. The website is something that i am also deeply in love with working on There is a lot of sides to the website. that aren't Aren't as publicized in a big way. Be at the historical stuff with local breweries. The you know who was around before the craft beer boom. There's stuff have ton of notes that just need you know turned into blog posts. Basically that i'm going to work on. I'm always touching on some kind of improvement. Be at speed or just the way. The website looks or how the website works. How easy it is to use. I'm always working on that stuff. But in addition you're there's a whole bunch of content from wine to cocktails to booze to bars and and things that just kinda focused around drinking that is getting integrated into the gnarly dot com with the goal that eventually That website will be the ultimate place to go to for any information about drinking in cincinnati. It it may be the best spot right now already but it's not where where the vision a is for it. So it's it's going to. This year is going to grow a lot. And you'll start to see what that vision is. The no means patriot supporters if you are a supporter of all the stuff via patriotic. I appreciate you more than i can tell you and have also woefully neglected you guys in the last year. There's some fun stuff coming Leg this video that you're seeing right now you guys get access to that stuff now. The swag is definitely definitely going out. Once we get through some of these kovic shutdowns that have made all of that very difficult and very expensive And then kind of the the look of the different tiers of how you support will will get kind of a revamp and You'll see more from that so stay tuned to that and if you don't support on patriot You can. it's the cheapest five bucks a month and Is as simple as five dollars as it helps immensely if If enough people support that way it really does support the nuts and bolts of all of this and let me shift my focus into Growing what it is you know. It's it's easy to get caught up in the nuts and bolts in and making this thing work and it's hard to then make it grow sometimes so Support from people like you guys. Make that possible so Thank you and And if you want to check that out go to their early dot com slash support with all that being said we went down a couple of rabbit holes and we'll wrap it up because like i said chaos surrounds me when i'm at home so stay tuned next week. We are back to normal. We're back at it for twenty twenty one after a nice little This'll vacation. I guess it's not you know vacation. If you don't go anywhere it felt like a value vacation so we're back at it and And we'll we'll have some fun new content coming at you from all of your local breweries favourite or places that you've never been to and I've got a couple Implanting that. I think you're going to be excited about so. Stay tuned for that and make sure that you obviously like and subscribe on all of your favorites social media platforms. You gonna make a horrible joke about getting banned from social media and how live politics but also tell somebody about the show that is easily the best way that you can support all of this and helping keep growing as just tell somebody that doesn't know about it because that's how people find the show commercials. Think since guest the voices craft..

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"We gotta do something about Harm News. The same negative comes with the same software Joe US. Shit. Horn sounds I guess on the backup of fucking semi, truck magazine fucking softwares. Dj Pro same program. Joe The JVP's. What's wrong with your horn? So you think, did you enjoy it was a headache is hard to watch a headache for me and owning get headaches is just like what the fuck it was. I was I was disappointed. I was looking forward to that. Fuck to man I I. Sat Down I. Had I was like. I just like the play offs. Man had me a little brew. Ready. Had Me some food, right? You know sit down and washed down like was like I was about to watch the game. It's might be surprising to you or it might not be. But this is my first debate on ever watch I I'm not surprised. Because the first one ever watched I'm probably won't watch another one No watch these things again, Bro. Each other guys they find. This wasn't I was disappointed by infrared 'cause. I wanted to see trump clown by and like jump on their negative for stammering shit you know negative was todd I mean it wouldn't even politics was some bullshit. Was it was all. It was a personal jabs. Yeah. It was show your taxes. Your son took twenty, five, million in Russia or Soviet. What did you say say say say he's a crackhead cocaine. The it's got to be the first presidential probably the last one to for a Nigga ever come and say your son might have fuck the Mayo Moscow. He said that he knows words but he was he said, do that three hundred million from the mayor in Moscow? And she's a female so no one. No. There's no what he's say no teller how he got it or whatever you. fucking. She's a joke negative Schuessel. Joke about to get my door citizenship you out you out off the back of the debate man it'll be out I'm saying I can be out. Go. To be able to help out. Right to another. Nice saying a third World Country is about to be negative. Third, world country would somebody. My. Country Gucci. Country with a Gucci Bill died in whole United States is Atlanta. We rounded up. Yeah. To round out divided by two. Zero two Bill Gucci Belt remained..

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on Over the Road

"Hey listeners Paul here packing up to take a load of food down to Florida. I just want to offer personal content warning for this one you know the world we as truckers is not always G. rated and frankly the way we talk about that world among ourselves can get pretty course. We do our best here at over the road to present these stories in an unvarnished manner while still being sensitive to both our listeners and the people were talking about to be truthful though. That hasn't always been easy. There have been some pretty tough calls along the way especially in this episode. We'll be hearing accounts of drug use homelessness and sex work just know we thought a lot about it and feel like there's meaning and merit every story you're about to hear. Here's the episode. When we were mapping out this podcast. Somehow this idea came up. Just who are your personal heroes and who are people that just mean a lot to you and somebody at that Radio. Topi headquarters said you know. We just need to make an episode about these people. That's why we came up with this title So ball I have a question. Yeah go ahead Tom. Are we really going to do the titled Trucking magazine Pun thing with the the Word Hall for this well. Here's the thing time that we're broadcasting this to the outside world and you're an editor for a trucking magazine so it might be tired and moth eaten to you but to our radio TOPI listeners. It could be fresh and new Lacy can can you announce the title? Because I don't completely remember sure well hit the music. We're about to enter the world of long haul polls long.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Let's talk about damning again, a lady that I I do spend with took a picture of her her back door, okay? And the back door. She started with the picture of the lock Lou frozen on the. Insight k which is not a good sign. Okay. That should that that to me is a door. That's not sealed properly or the locks not installed properly. If the if the inside of the house, Donna, the lock is frozen. Okay. So there's there's frost on the lock and the insight on the inside of her house. Then the next day. I guess she went to bed you're supposed to h went to bed came up. Now this was Wednesday Thursday. It was fifty five below and all that stuff. Right. We all made it congratulates put on another sweater shut up. All right. And let's your heats out unless you're heats out. Then then you then you got problems. Yeah. Okay. There's there's there's chops paying attention gladly put down the truck magazine and span attention to the to the show. So so so she took a picture of the inside of her door completely frost covered probably two inches of solid ice on the inside. And I sent her a text right away. I said, please call my good friend, Tom Janke at builder supply outlet. Your door is not properly. You know, the is not properly installed the house has shifted something's happening there. I know nothing about building is already by listen to the show. Okay. But I did see if you have ice on the inside of your house. You have a problem. Are you getting those calls? I can't be the only person that that's happening. And if listeners are having that same challenge with their house, what is typically happening, and what is the solution? So typically that is not a well insulated door itself. Anyway, but when you see frost like that, it is an ear seal problem. So when you're not stuffing the insulation around or using spray foam around the door. You're going to get an air leak. It will freeze up right on contact with that air that's coming in and it builds up until up and build up and build up. And then if you have a steel door that's not an insulated steel door. It's even worse. So that's probably what she's got going on there. And I I saw her this morning at at at spin class. And I said, you know, what you're probably wasting the cost of the door installed. What five six seven hundred dollars? Okay. Okay. The amount of energy that that she's pissing away through. I'm sorry. I don't know if you could say that. Probably not wasting through that door. Right. Just the energy savings alone. Probably over a twelve month period of time, especially in the heat coming in obviously in the summer, especially when you're cold, and you turn the heat on you gotta continue to run the heat in order to keep your house warm when you got up obviously have a hole in your back door. What what type of procedure should people do if if that's happening? Well, buying a good door number one is great. But you still have to install correctly, right? If you can just throw the door and door trim on it. It's it's not gonna work. You gotta have that air seal. Totally so stuff that installation around it seal, it up caulk, the outside get all the air seal up that you can possibly because that is definitely where you're gonna find all your frost coming in. Donna explain how that negatively impacts somebody trying to sell a house while I tried to fix the audio here. Go ahead go well that will certainly not be a selling point. When you've got frost on the inside of the door. I mean, that's just a no brainer. I forgot. How much you want me to expand? Here's another technical for all you would be radio. It helps when you plug the microphone court into the port. If you wanna have audio on Facebook live. Thank you to Silla for pointed out to me three one zero five nine one thousand nine hundred three one two five nine one eight nine zero zero go to WLS diva dot com. We've got Doug Robinson coming up. He opened up a store experiment, which he's gonna talk about which basically he sells new stuff as well apple products. But he also takes an old apple products, refurbishes them. And he does a lot of different things. We're talking about Doug store coming up at eleven. But also wanna talk about how real estate impacted his decision to put the store that he just opened up where he put the story, and he.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"America loves to celebrate polish. Dr truck the truck driver has long been immortalized in songs like this one by Dave Dudley. Through as a kid. I dreamt of driving eighteen Wheeler who doesn't want to get paid to see the country. I moved on eventually to other aspirations but America still revels in the joy of trucking and increasingly taken kind of new form. This song truck union by surgeon. Sing is a him to the success of truck drivers who are members of the Sikh faith. Wherever seeks go. He exults they never looked back. They achieve success through dedication, hard work. Good ethics. And it's not just songs all along the west coast. Now there are truck stops run by people of Indian origin selling butter chicken, and Kashmiri lamb and lentil curries sometimes there are spaces for seeks to worship usually do from like LA to Washington Krige Inder Singh is one of many drivers at this stop who is seek and who comes from the Punjab region in northern India. He started off working at a truck stop and now has his own company. I have trucks trucking was familiar work for a lot of men back home. I think it's the background because lot of people back in back home. They regret having. And so there are used to it. There are stimulated about hundred and fifty thousand six trucking in America grinner sing, Kelsey is the head of seeks pack a seek political group. It all happened. It has very is related back to it is lot of six youth Muthu US there had been a spasm violence against Sikhs in India, the CQ that can't US the most of them very close in the faith. Specially the beard and turban, and they were getting hard time getting entry level jobs where Dicker the same time get a job and. Religion having beard and turban. So they looked elsewhere. That was easy for them to become truck drivers. And that's how they got into it. Because there was industry where they would not acquire take off their turbulent here. Mr. Singh says most every Sikh family, he knows has at least one person working in the industry, the trucking magazine overdrive this year, put a Sikh on the cover for the first time it reported that the older trucking community is now more integrated with the Sikh subculture after seeks joined in protests against an unpopular new rule about electric logbooks and even as they're making the trucking culture their own revamping songs and food for a more diverse generation trucking has also made its way into see culture, Mr. Singh says no wedding is now complete without a trucking song. Listen to this one Pucca truck in Wally by Nissan Buhler in it Amana singing to his new wife that with his job in trucking. He'll be able to buy her a beautiful house and a car. An American dream if ever there was one. That's all for this episode of the intelligence, you can subscribe to the economist at economist dot com slash radio offer, twelve issues for twelve dollars or twelve pounds. See about your tomorrow.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on Car Talk

"Ninety. Two Chevy blazer. Are you mean stuff like dual exhaust headers, high-performance computer proms, all its. Yes, I remember Ellen, very, very well. But this is a dream sequence. Does he grunt the lot her Eleanor sits around any reads that car the truck magazines and then looks in the back and calls all the places in California, the purchase these, you're marrying this guy, I'm nervous about it should be nervous about it more than numerous about it used to be on a plane. Well, I just I think he needs to be stopped and I, I was hoping that you could, you know, do some intervention to prove to him that these things really don't help the car or do they. Well, it's it. That's not even the question. It doesn't matter whether they help the car and they don't help. The Cowart man is is that he's interested in this. I mean, this guy has got serious problems. Cars respect that you're interested in cars. No, we're rested in people cars just happen to be a vehicle. If I remember Ellen was actually a pretty good sport about all this stuff. That's right. She tried to approach your fiancee's testosterone poisoning with an open mind, and we told her hang tough in time. He would either move onto bore hundred. Or she would learn to love going to the monster truck rallies every Sundays. The woman, Ellen. Are you there. God before we find out if you even went ahead and married this guy, we have to common Morand, is you okay now, Ellen, is it true that we have not spoken since our initial conversation some months ago? Is it also true that you have been offered? No cash or prizes a free passes to anymore truck rally.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Car stuff on youtube and i uh i have in the past subscribe to think every karma every street car magazine not like you know truck magazines or you know hot rod magazines from our specialty type of stuff um which which may be what you could end up getting into but for karma reasons con drivers still my gold standard um but the reason i have trouble recommending this for a kid is because um like when you when you think of car magazines like in the worst case scenario your thinking of like some hot rod magazine were every single month this girl in a bikini sitting on the roof of a car you like all i'm not going to buy those from my kids 'cause that's you know i don't want to spread that kind of a message about how this stuff works but here's the problem with uh even car driver which i think has some of the best car writing and has for many years now it is relentlessly unconsciously sexist like it is it in every part of that magazine and you think will but this is no girls in bikinis on the cover bike it's fine right it's not though like every articles written assuming that the person reading it is a man like every every joke every gag every coverage every like so much so that they they don't even know they're doing it they don't even think that there could possibly be another joke they don't make any attempt like uh and and as and right wing politics is store on there but i think that's that's less harmful because it's it's you know mix of everything else so i have trouble recommending the young people start their life in cars reading a magazine that assumes the only people who ever be into cars are men because that's not healthy for anybody involved um so i would say the youtube it has a higher chance of being.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"It's wrong for you to walk into your local pharmacy with a gun in your hand and clean the safe out of the pills in order for you to support your drug addiction but it's also wrong for you to go down at local medical local hospital for medical treatment where they patched you up and drug you up and send you out the door healthy in healed and the ever go bother to go back and try to settle your bill and pay for the goods and services that made you well now there there are differences intention yes but take responsibility for these things it's wrong to steal his wrong to steal now sean not steal the book azzam's in the bible says the wicked borrows but does not pay back if you're one who borrowing and not paying back that his wicket thing to do but the solution is to pay back of things that you will and if you have that intention if you have that clear intention if you have that firm conviction then we can go back and start to arrange these things so that you can start to pay back your creditors and that's what i want to help you do i want to help you protect you along the way on protect your family but we want to make these situations right how do you make the situation right well the answer for theft the right thing to do in case of theft is to make restitution and to pay back the things that you stolen if my son goes into a local grocery store and steel something steals a the said he sees steals a toy when i was a kid i still magazines from a grocery store i would nude go and i would read dna truck magazines and i would slide emma pants and i would steal women and and walk out and i think i was caught at some point i think for details are hazy at this point but i just i know i did that when i was a kitsap like if my son does that he follows in my my footsteps and he goes into the grocery store and he's reading magazines and he steals a a a truck magazine from the grocery store.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Landmark west 57 street mm hmm it's todd's willockx thanks for being with us on the take away today the reaction to harvey weinstein and his treatment of women has hit far beyond the united states women in france are coming forward by the thousands with their own stories on television imprint and on social media there is no exception that almost every woman at this everyone who has access to a twitter and can talk about it says she has had an experience a sexual harassment that's france based journalist adhaline seer there while the overwhelming public reaction to the harvey weinstein story in france is new like in the us debate over sexual harassment is not in fact some pilot titians there are proposing things that most americans wooden contemplate like the possibility of criminal fines for catcalling atalie's year explains how france is now beginning to reckon with a problem that affects women everywhere at least four french actress has came forests after this article the new york times two said they had they too to have been attacked by weinstein and uh flurry of other reactions including uh a hashtag on twitter and french dallas don't ball which would be translated loosely us squeal on your big name you know report the man has been harassing in your life and that followed the the hashtag on facebook me too you know women testifying to their experiences of sexual harassment as well and so this hashtag by alcohol was started on october thirteen us and has become one of the most used hashtags in france allow thousands of women to air their grievances and clearly there are many and this has a lot of men and women also astonished and is that reaction moving beyond social media onto radiotelevision public discussions and and debates between people absolutely it's it's been a really intense week also partially be caused last week the french truck magazine called a halt keebler which is a little bit like though although the french rolling stone put on its cover the band leader of a a a rock band from them the '80s '90s this man beth hall konta in two thousand three he punched his gulf friend to death she was a wellknown actress he was sentenced to eight years in jail only served four and at the time the crime was played in some.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's tops todd's relic thanks for being with us on the take away today the reaction to harvey weinstein and his treatment of women has hit far beyond the united states women in france are coming forward by the thousands with their own stories on television in print and on social media there is no exception that almost every woman at this everyone who has access do on twitter intent talk about it says he has had an experience of sexual harassment that's france based journalist attling seer there while the overwhelming public reaction to the hearty weinstein story in france is new like in the us debate over sexual harassment is not in fact some politicians there are proposing things that most americans wouldn't contemplate like the possibility of criminal fines for catcalling atalie's year explains how france is now beginning to reckon with a problem that affects women everywhere this says resonated all over the world as you know and france's no exceptional at least four french actress as came forests askar this article the new york times to said they had they too had been attacked by weinstein and uh a flurry of other reactions including uh a hashtag on twitter and french as balanced don't fall which would be translated loosely as squeal on your pig you know report the man has been harassing in your life and that followed the the hashtag on facebook meet two women testifying to their experiences of sexual harassment as well and so this hashtag la stampa was started on october thirteen and has become one of the most used hashtags in france along with thousands of women to air their grievances clearly there are many and this has a lot of men and women also astonished and is that reaction moving beyond social media onto radiotelevision public discussions and and debates between people absolutely it's it's been a really intense week also partially because last week the french truck magazine called a halt keebler which is a little bit like though you know though the french rolling stone put on its cover the band leader of a a a rock banned from than the '80s '90s this man that hong kong thao in 2003 he punched his girlfriend to death she was a wellknown actress he was sentenced to eight years.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Happen has his vision and then on november twenty seconds goes to dallas and we all know what happens there which was the most one of the most shattering experiences of my life and for so many millions of americans and people around the world and there are other events of that particular day november twenty second ask flaw logically but this things were set in motion and a psychic try you know if they had only been a little bit open even the have to be open to the you know bringing gene dixon in you know having a palm reading fashioned or something her you know just hearing which he has to say but of course in the in the old days jorgihno king was in queens and rulers they would have um they're quarter stronger jurors and maja and different people these are reported in this astronomy magazine one of the recent decisions that going back a couple of thousand years in china in one of the old dynasty is the uh whoever was in charge of that particular time periods they killed two horta stroller drew a couple of thousand years ago because they didn't predicted an eclipse in other words than eclipse happen because these people were supposed to the one through figuring it out didn't do it an off with their heads you know that right to the truck magazine so this has been a part straw injures of nostress dominance this is a a whole famous thing in the 1500s with the court in france he did some phenomenal thing while this this is what exactly gene dixon said she'd been quoted in rage magazine okay in nineteen fifty six okay all right 70s before kennedy was assassinated yeah danny democratic presidents were elected in 1960 whom she described as a tall young man with blue eyes and sick brown here we die in office now this is what she says after that said i actually told the magazine right the president would be assassinated i'll but they refused to publish on where we stay away from that status quo yeah i and and by the way she's the one who also said at the time of the city you're e v nato teen 62 total solar eclipse that the indian astrologers saying was in.

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"trucking magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"trucking magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Get you write to the good staff available to residents will customizing concepts areas brother like actually quite a few things but he participation by the conditions apply come home boy i don't hear no thing in this nights side is e e with dan ray three we wbz news radio 1030 doctor jack loo and he is an expert on what's going on in north korea jack you mentioned there was an article yet another yeah yeah for those interested let me give uh let me provide the reference truck magazine the atlantic i'm pretty here at the olympic we sure have the authors mark boden b o w d n and the title the article is called how to deal with north korea it's a very long article um i think it's uh i think if you were the printed out or something like that it probably be about fifteen pages lot but you live read it you have read it for us you're going to the cells so he lays out four options i guess right right so so the four strategic option that purportedly beamed sky um uh in washington currently our one uh prevention which is basically a crushing us military strike the basically eliminate bill north korea as it is uh to would be called turning the screw which would be a limited conventional military attack you know such as trying to take out the nuclear facilities the nuclear test site the uh missilelaunch sites that type of thing um three would be decapitation uh at the you know uh it's obvious what that means and then for is acceptance namely namely a dealing dealing with uh north korea having having a nuclear weapons and ultimately the capability to deliver them okay let's let me walk through those and i wanna make sure that i understand the may audience understands so a preventive strike is that a nuclear strike um well it would basically take uh at the this is the harshest one namely it will pick up the leadership destroy the military and basically and north korea as it is oh that's that's basically all out war reds basically the korean war how dangerous is is is.

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