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"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Will too they do so they've got he listen I want to tear up the you guys have done so much for the wooden family when when when he came down with this food allergy feeder supply was there yup taking care of him on treats meatballs food the entire thing when he had a torn ACL as in a delegate I think one of my strict meatball you need to be on it struck me all when he tore his ACL you over there use this toys these are keeping calm you've got Carly products you all have helped me and my family out so much you helped out the the shelter animals in lieu of all in the service rounding cities back by donating over two hundred twenty thousand pounds of food shelter animals by getting an adoption program and you're also helping out the K. Naija Allen PD feeder supply truly does love all pets the working police pets the family pets and pets without forever homes how could people help L. MPD canines right now well we have two big things that are going on for the holidays as you know it's the time to be giving so we have our donation where people can go into any Peter supply store and donate money for the canine Caesar for that drug detection officers there's three of them that don't have the protective vest over it and they will and we've learned how important that is yes yes absolutely there stab proof bulletproof vest and we are going to match the first thousand dollars that are raised so down the road number thirty first going to feeder supply please donate and you can see our store associates and they will tell you how you can donate and then we have our pitchers your picture your pets was saying now that's the first to December two first two Saturdays in December December seventh eighth fourteenth and fifteenth from eleven to three and a hundred percent of those proceeds go to local animal rescue organization and that's something to my wife and I take our dog let me too and I want to remind everybody that yet one hundred percent of proceeds to go to the shelter animals and the packages start as low as twelve Bucks on that day and there did so well done we love our picture we look forward to it every year you do you guys do a wonderful job okay you we have new backdrops this year too and not really a full so they're all they look real professional all and they're awesome they are professional photos and this year thirteen local animal rescue groups will benefit from that scene go to our website and find out who those rescuing is also our and that is the first two weekends of December and then hours are changing this year they're it's eleven to three well I want to thank Santa for taking his time out right to be there too absolutely all he's a man's got to do what he's there a feeder supply now you said there was a list of foods that are on the table on thanksgiving that we should not it's scrap out for for kids if they are for I'm sorry for dogs or cats right what we do yeah this is a USA today Tony and it's in thanksgiving is fun for the entire family and it's fun to feed your pets but be careful express around thanksgiving eggs meat and bones food is not cooked all the way through could call salmonella believer not yet a or E. coli in dogs of you also was they way minute time out yeah you said eggs meat and bone bone no Turkey that are not fully so you can't take the Turkey down in it if you want to nibble but you give a little bit of the Turkey to the dog that we say it is cooked meat it's less it's not dangerous it's not too much trouble talking about okay I'm somebody uncooked meats uncooked well who the hell's got who's feeding their dog and cooked a Turkey you'd be surprised I'm sorry yes I have to be careful with the Turkey bones and Jackie skin because they splinter they splinter and they can poke through the intestines now the skin is good though right also stay away from chocolate avocados there's a lot of food has nuts coconut oil fat milk in them all of those well upstate your stomach it raises or any race alcohol yeah yep what about points that as I've always heard the points that is bad yes dogs and cats and mistletoe hello whoa whoa whoa oh yeah these animals are trying to kill crescent aside all right but poisons are not only are they poisonous to humans too well if you have I don't know only if you think there's even a point Tony drink this points well I know you never know everything was fine until then these poinsettia casserole ruined every it's robbing Peter supply because the the face giving.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Feel about your team this week versus your opponent and a lot of factors that go into it more injuries coming up but now we move over to lions and bears and Matthew Stafford has been well done on right there to find. Your math is ever been red hot of late. Rb One of the best quarterbacks and fantasy football over the past three weeks but now he has a very very difficult match up yours. Truly wrote the quarterback the back section of love hate this week in Matthew Stafford made the hate section. I've got him at seventeen this week. And my my my quarterback rankings any thoughts and why Very personal as you know has always been about personal feelings motion so all personal. He Georgia. No I love Matthew Stafford I love the lions too but and I have credit credit one prize. All of this goes to Kawasaki the great research from Kyle Soppe each week but where he has thrived. This season is throwing the ball of the perimeter because he has to outstanding Targets and Kennedy Golladay and also Marvin Jones Junior. He ranks first in points per completion to the perimeter. One point four. That's also the one area or one of the areas various where the bears have basically been eliminators this season they are second in the NFL in points per opponent perimeter completion point five three second only the Patriots and for whatever reason all senior and quarterbacks not just Matthew Stafford but the great Aaron Rodgers the sometimes good kirk cousins and other quarterbacks along the way have struggled struggled at soldier field over the past three season the last time and if North quarterback went into soldier field and scored more than twenty plus points. He was throwing the Football Calvin even Johnson yes. It was Matthew Stafford. That was a long time ago long time ago long long time ago. So since the beginning of the two thousand sixteen season only one quarterback has thrown thrown. Three or more touchdown passes in Chicago. That was Tom Brady in two thousand eighteen yet week seven last year. So yeah I I think it's an Stanford has traditionally struggled on the road and when he's not playing in a dome and so I'm with you here I think Stafford is somebody that is merely a mid tier. QB To this week. Yeah I feel the same way there on staff a little little bit nervous but conversely same game different position David Montgomery found the end zone twice last week before that really good to Daniel is ardent toit only David Montgomery stay away my tough lions run though actually a good question. It's not about. It's not about my tough lines. Run Defense Okay okay. What's it about? It's about the idea that David Montgomery is. Maybe he's just not a good running back. How about the fact that they gave the ball to Tarik Cohen at the one yard line rather than big old David Montgomery areas great? I think about two hundred. Twenty thousand pound freight train instead. Let's handed to the guys and that's the only time that's happened by the way David Montgomery has eleven. The bears twelve cares inside the five yard line and like an aunt. Listen I'm not even a David Montgomery fan like he was. He was not a big sleeper for me the way he was for others Going going into the season all that said like he's Goldline back like and that's what's kept fantasy value. Afloat is that they keep giving him chance after chance after chance when when they get in close I mean look. He's averaging since week four. He's averaging thirteen point nine fantasy points per game and yet he ranks thirty thirty seven to forty three running backs in yards per carry of that stretch. I mean so it's just been a volume thing with him. Yes he's trail. Richardson is what you're saying. He honestly the underlying number. I don't think he's a little bit better than Trent Richardson. But yeah I mean underlying numbers suggest sort of that that it's I don't think it's all on David. Montgomery I think it's offensive line. I think the whole offense candidly is broken. Totally and that's not just about David Montgomery Hake without having Mitchell trubisky in that passing game thriving so they obviously teams are going to want to stop the run. So but I'm I'm I don't know I I think he's a top twenty play this week just again given the other options that are out there given the volume that you expect here. I'm not really that worried about Detroit. Over the last four weeks their thirtieth against the run the lines are thirtieth against the run. We've been brutal often. Brutal surprising that I thought on paper would be strength agreement. Yeah sure so. You know he is going to get. He's GonNa get good volume. He's going to get good volume in a in a good matchup. 'cause you think about Matt Nagin what's it GonNa do let trubisky throw it actually fun potential board that here. Yes Sir L. Math but I'm organizing between us too so you guys can decide okay. I don't in this week David Montgomery or Matthew Stafford I would still probably take. Stafford is because it's a quarterback like okay getting close though giving me a give me a five point over under Untied Johnson. I'll take tie Johnson over David Montgomery this week. Give me five points. Johnson get five more points the bears. It here's a cause I don't love High Johnson but I will say this. I will say that the bears are really bad against pass catching running backs and so it's whether it's tied Johnson. Jd mckissick mckissick. One of those guys. It's kind of a good game. The bears are brutal against pass catching running back so I don't know that we have a board. I wouldn't have something specifically to David. Montgomery Montgomery's atop twenty play this week. I probably I probably agree with you. The line and start 'em you matthew. Montgomery he's not a top twenty running back this week. Put up on the board key. Wow tape like breaking stop one song. He's Van Halen's kid. He's he's trashing the he's like a Rockstar. Now he's trashing the control room. That had a back to the future feel to it. They're just basically caught him chicken and he's like all right. How top twenty? Yeah do you guys like ticketing websites websites. Make getting to the event difficult on all the time always constantly..
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I can't stop watching six forty live everywhere on the radio out the Oklahoma Sooners wagon tipping over is so good I got to see that one yeah if you when that thousand dollars by the way you will be contacted by phone you got to pick up the phone pick up a thousand Bucks another chance an hour from now on every hour through the first hour of the Conway show we give way thousand Bucks an hour here on KFI a quick note to tell you about we're following the story out of Santa Rosa way up north of San Francisco one person injured in a shooting at a ridge way high school in Santa Rosa police at the campus couple of other schools on lock down there said they were searching for a shooter but at this point there does not appear to be any sort of active shooter situation at the time is what they're saying only again one one person injured well let's check up on Syria shall we the one hundred twenty hour cease fire may and today of course we and Turkey announced last week a five day break in fighting in northern Syria a pause by Turkey we call that a ceasefire and it is scheduled to end today today also Vladimir Putin and the Turkish president error to one had a meeting in Sochi add a Turkish official has said that they reached an agreement to establish a terror free safe zone there in northern Syria we reached an excellent agreement he said we agreed to set up a terror free safe zone in the mean time senior administration official in the United States said that the US was committed to rolling back the sanctions imposed on Turkey last week saying that the pause in action would become a halt under the terms of the agreement we'll send that any kinetic military operation would be considered a violation well we know that American troops that have been leaving that area specifically in northern Syria northeastern Syria and then are moving their way to other parts of Syria then could potentially move out we understand that American forces do have permission from the Kurds at least their regional government in the area to go through Iraq bought I defense secretary mark Gasper had said that we were going to be able to stay in western Iraq we being the United States troops that have been moving out Iraq now says that's not true Iraq says you cannot stay they do not have permission to stay in Iraq this is just an example of those to show that we just don't really have a grasp or a lot of power when we're talking about the Middle East and our agenda there that the Middle East runs that show yeah that were out of place there right now does that mean that we leave what does that mean that we try to figure out a way for us to have a foothold there so that in the event that something does break out the allies that we do have in the region can ask us for some help like Turkey who's going to Russia well I mean a Turkey Saudi Arabia Israel if it ever expand expands that far which isn't a crazy thought so I I don't know I mean it's it's one of those weird and confusing situations that we find ourselves and I don't know what the answer is but it's a complicated one it's why why we saw all of that exploded when the president took the troops out of that area of Syria it sounds great let's get our guys out of there what we'd still doing there let's bring them home sounds great but then look at the collateral damage that that was imposed on the people that stood by us and helped us fight ISIS no it's complicated yeah because if we ever have to do that again in some other part of the world it was an issue that who's going to stand by us right the they're just going to say well we saw what you did with the courage why should we trust you now coming back isn't it well let me ask you this what you're getting is it that is it safe to say that the argument of well that was a different administration would work or is this what America is now the president trump is so different from any other president it's possible I mean if the next president whoever that might be if the next president says Hey we don't do things like that anymore that was an aberration right could or they just go listen you guys are the ones who vote you as the country voted this guy to be your president how can we possibly trust you again yeah strange story Munchausen by proxy syndrome once again our Munchausen syndrome by proxy where a mom attends that our kid is sick for the benefit of the both of them until the kid dice we'll talk about that we come back to Gerry Jenna Monica rex has the latest one person's been heard in a shooting just outside of high school in Santa Rosa the shooter took off but the high school along with another high school has been put on lockdown so has center as a junior college he's run to buy my cal choice dot com a record two hundred twenty thousand pound donation of fruits and veggies from produce trade show.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Actually. Hey Hey let's talk about what's going on this Thursday at bear knows by the bay. a party not I like parties only being. I like dogs too so far I'm in there like swimwear air or open a dog parties there were Kevin our we're gonna start back with another patient on vacation hoping to have this year last night there because we're special needs and and do a lot of behavior cases the medical case we don't often have dogs that can come to events like this but we may surprise you all you never know about us out at we're going to be their dog friendly I hope that everybody that works fine who comes out and bring the dog. have a good time and and spread the word a little bit about what we do as well so what was all that they're willing to do this let's talk about what you do do with with Tyson's chance what is the order. are we here a special. were based out of Shelbyville Kentucky we're about twenty thirty miles the whole special needs some medical cases seniors to hospice program for end of life care on unfortunately doctor get under shelter at fifteen sixteen multiple issues and things like that we also do the whole. so we do dogs that most people want the perfect dog day you know he never has any kind of an attitude issue but hi and we believe everybody's kind of entitled to their own little personalities there we do behavior are an issue with your training and. thanks for trying to get those guys out an adopted to appropriate homes as well what can I tell you the underdog basically everything a man. Hey man I love that let me tell you about my dog let me when when we when we adopted let me he had some behavioral issues cement I've got the scars to prove it but let me tell you his soul rewarding when you turn that that dog with some attitude into a cuddle bug there's nothing more rewarding in this life for at least for me there's no when when you see when you gain that dogs trust respect and love and confidence there's nothing more rewarding in my opinion than seeing that in the dog's eyes we saw where it came from where it is today. absolutely there's some of worry and stress and fear that goes into a lot of these dogs that come out of the south thirty nine and that that creates behavior issues a lot of people think that we have an aggressive dog a lot of times we down a lot some really scared dog a dog it doesn't know how to try for dogs been mistreated and you know it's it's not always a dog that really wants to buy Jen heart yet the dog that just has learned to protect himself because we haven't had a choice Ashley thank you George here is what the details baby all right barking at the bay at Bernal's by the bay fifty eight oh one River Road at limestone bay this Thursday night fifteen percent of all proceeds. ranks beer food pizza of course and it's all going to go to Tyson chance animal foundation and enjoy some fruity greens for your dog brand dog out we're going to have a a party whether supposed to be great and we'll we'll have a we'll have a fun time and raise some money and awareness George Ashley Carla thank you so much for everyone. everybody says we have a great turn out okay granite limestone bay third third Thursday. all right on it right take care. yeah it's like that I don't Hey feeder supply the pet lovers store I love them you're going to love them to do all the things you need for all the page your feet and that's where me and let me the rescue dog go every single Saturday morning you should tell you go shopping with your dog walk around the house I like to let let me pick out his own toy that's right he picks out a toy pop pop picks out a toy that's me I'm pop pop we get is food that we get is treats that off to the register we are god but let me tell you this they love all animals not just the animals with fur ever homes that's right do you know the feeder supply has donated almost two hundred twenty thousand pounds of pet food to shelter animals that's a lot of food and that's a lot of love and that's one of the many reasons I love feeder supply the pet lovers store back after this newsradio eight forty WHAS now.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Six one seven two five for ten thirty on WBZ newsradio ten thirties are totally what counts is my guess this first hour and we are talking about the place that employees and has implored him for about twenty years the New England aquarium now do they still do that now the person had to be certified which she wires and other different qualifications required by you the aquarium but can that's still be arranged. it is done but it's not done generally for the public the sales for special gas that can be done and that you there is access looking one way there is the New England aquarium dive club it's actually a separate entity from of the aquarium but they're fairly it with us and they actually have members that are able to access the the dive club at the great place to be able to learn to safely skip that particularly in dealing with the water with your account watch cold water and what's the current phone but they actually give away a couple slot for you per month and to be able to go in there and yeah it's a really it's a great treat for the the you claim is built around the US war stories central tank units one of the great we when it opened in nineteen sixty nine it was the largest tank in the world we get a huge renovation of it about four years ago it's still one of the great tanks in the world because it's got this unique design on the architect owning Peter to my from Cambridge still alive on using is late eighties he actually designed the breaker concept of putting a spiral walkway around this entire tank with you in windows that are perfect for a family so you can really and can we see all the different life at different levels of coral reef and so and there's about two are usually a little less than a thousand animals in there of about a hundred and thirty different species it is spectacular but in the past we've had people like Aerosmith Steven Tyler and Joe Perry and Dr Peter Benchley and many other a lot less who are certified scuba divers go in there but it's a it's a difficult yeah it will take you know in their and it's a little intimidating you've got a lot of animals really close out on it has a high density of animals and so you gotta be really be on top of your game when you're driving I. I am laughing when you said Peter Benchley the man who kept. hundreds of thousands of people out of the water are with the book he wrote jars and he's in that four stories tall tank and there are some sharks and there are there not. yeah we right now would be the species of shark that we have in there is the smallest of the hammer Amy it's called upon. when we leave that that particular tank you yes or a Caribbean coral reef and so we had a black shirt in there and well and is there a bonnet has recently yes they have a very large shark species in there that was up to nine or ten feet long how the fans not a tiger shark which is a dangerous game sharks but we had this very docile but big check that used to have resented lots of roses he's just been terms with normal swim part pattern on that but that that was the fees that would no longer actually a a truck he wasn't commonly found a critical routes that we decide the fate that out in terms of biological actors. you know one of the things I want to get back to is that people who might be in Rhode Island we can upgrade think they'll watch is down at fort Adams state park is not in court where they have to focus the jazz festival there are doing on the grand die club there if there this weekend well some of are actually professional biologist divert but also dozens of other people from all kinds of different organizations and bear down there believe it or not on the road Allen codes this weekend catching hundreds and possibly thousands tropical fish. why don't bigger fish eat the smaller fish if someone calls the environment where is the smaller fish from a high and if you can tell. van Damme Malone. because I am one of the first things that you do in the morning if you're a diver could you gonna go feed the big predators first and so basically our strategy and there is that we keep the large animal stated writing and yeah and say that I don't like myself for a lot unfortunately too many other people those animals don't eat from commercial reasons can I worked for comfort food you know when they're hungry right. okay generally not gonna feed on each other yeah we do have some predation happens once in a while but it doesn't happen a whole lot but this weekend in Newport what will happen is that you're gonna have a if you go down to fort Adams you gonna see thousands of diapers and everybody else working the shallow water and what they're gonna do it they'll have you might have correspond people that'll have a three foot long at that that works you shallow areas and other people have got little little Max with them and they are collecting tropical fish that are anywhere from the side you're now up to maybe the size of your finger your small finger and these are tropical fish that have got no business being in that way you know these are fish that norm you cannot find it anywhere from the common south all the way to Brazil in what happened the number is is that you know we get that giant liver of tropical water that comes up the coast in the Gulf Stream and then just south of Long Island years I worked at a terror U. K. and that's why northern Europe is so much warmer than the equivalent areas in North America latitude with their warm in Ireland where they have no business in warm because should be like move on but what happens is that little ladies of water break off from the Gulf Stream and when they break off the service for around and they'll take may be you know a few days and oftentimes the lady and against the right island coast sometimes even on the way toward by the bay and the fall river side but particularly the Rhode Island coast and you'll have all these tropical animals particularly small tropical fish that are you know you can the water is very warm still it's in right around seventy degrees it's fine for them but in about six weeks water temperature to be in the fifties and most of those small tropical won't survive so it's not but instead of having to hop on a plane and maybe get the courage to collect animal you have dozens of people who are gonna be down at or Adams. collecting and lot of unusual tropical fish from shallow water and it's again it's a really pleasant they would think to watch people do because they'll be identifying them and they'll be having pails of water of all these animals and and we got some divers going down this weekend with a list of animals we like to be able to get because the collecting trip to the Bahamas will try to put on hold for awhile until a full recovery from Turkey I just got a gentleman who has been holding from five to six minutes I'm close to the time for my break enters to retake Carl or do the break first. I will take him because Andrew said I can hello colonel welcome the WBC. good morning to the chancel war of the air chair in your gas. Simpson via cherub Galaga. I have a question or two the largest animal in the waters is it a whale shark word giant squid. yeah for our waters the well it depends on how you measure in so the largest animal that we're gonna see in New England alright you're are actually what's called a scene back whale or been well on back is going to be the that's the second longest whale in the world though they're sort of slander and their shape we've got them out it's that lacking bank as we speak a twenty five mile from Boston and making the sixty to seventy five feet long and they probably are normally running you know forty to sixty tons on you know eighty thousand two hundred twenty thousand pounds now the the whale shark we don't have in our region there the longest shark in the world they can be forty feet class there when computers when they are generally going to be in tropical and warm temperate waters around the world but they're cousins basking sharks are here from late may all the way through the end of October and those are again a plank competing shark bay actually have on the amount spent almost looks like an old and so on in terms of the way it sort of shaped and they're out there with their mouths open collecting all kinds of length and on essentially it's not cheap but it's like a filter feeding device and there are like that there are hundreds of basking sharks better probably congregating toward the tip of Cape Cod asked we eat over the next two or three weeks and they could have this really bizarre ritual where they will get head to tail and they will almost these concentric circles nobody has any idea what that behavior supposed to do but that's also the case that you're in a turbo data Provincetown were well watch but when I had a problem and you get a really good chance of seeing that which is really unusual the giant squid we don't have a lot in our region we have had evidence of them in the past yeah eight PM. and the cram actually was very involved with the largest Janet's with writing probably up until maybe the nineteen nineties at what happened we got the call in the nineteen seventy of some unusual animal on the beach our rescue team knew it was bad they had they were busy with something imitated yeah. and it was part of the body and the tentacles of a giant squid off of Gloucester on that with the thirty five feet long and we kept that I'm a good fit for several years and then the Smithsonian on it and so it went down the Smithsonian was last you could at the Georgia aquarium and I think it's being held as an artifact behind the scenes it's not currently on exhibit there but yeah Janet squared off the Cape band occasionally are in there but the giant squid would probably be you know I think I'll be maximum forty five or fifty feet so you get a lot of whales no longer. second question okay after the break. do we believe that there are animals or animal in the waters that we haven't discovered yet that. surpassed what we were just talking about inside there yes but. the express to them. this is the megalodon fascination I'm assuming is that correct. yes. no I don't think it is and I can only explain why I believe we've got commercial fishing fleets around the world better really you know have discovered you know most of the ocean areas and terms of that and they the cleaning out I have any animal outside yeah reason is is that physically on you that animal of that size would take tremendous amounts of food protein and you and you're gonna have it have to be hunting in areas where where you have a cold one hi eight aggregations of youth crime. well it.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Like seriously you Z. What get out? PC MAG in there. There's a bunch of articles exists. I guess they will every there's articles out there. Lake the top APPS for Gut top top hacks Zappia right but basically yeah the broadcast new relic alerts team members by email get hub pull requests trigger creation who trello cards or Jira tickets assigned task teams. It's it's pretty pretty stretching yeah like give it to give it a shop as where you want to start. You know what I like stuff that makes me angry and this one I I really you know the study finds right and I really screamed bullshit. As soon as I read it I did I was so I am so skeptical about this article today. Ask for a number of reasons one number one go ahead and present the findings and then I'll I will be skeptical. Dave yeah yeah well. The thing you know the new a new survey of two thousand British they said British adults which may be skews the stats a little bit and as performed by a stationary company. Oh how does he know now you make me angry but basically they're basically the respondents reported becoming frustrated after sixteen sixteen seconds of getting far too a webpage to load dude ten years ago it was if you build it. They will come if you make them. Wait eight seconds they will leave if it was sixteen eighteen seconds in ninety eight. I'm already assuming something is wrong with your site and I have moved on or refreshed or done some. I'll give you three minutes in my three hundred Baud Modem days like when I saw that sixty I had to send this thing because I'm like no no skeptical be of skeptical and not only that they said twenty five seconds for traffic signal to change Josh not which ice-cream Bullshit to that's also high. I know I think that's way low I'll sit and my light red light in my neighborhood for two and a half three reminds before I run that red and make a left like longest red light but how it works it absolutely is but it's but when but when do you get frustrated like it's not Wendy done after I'm done looking at my phone and then I look up and see so red and I'm like God so you've probably missed a green cycle. I know for real everyone you know. How many times have you been beeped at or beep that someone that's been head down in their fall absolutely when the light turns green right so I I love this story? I meant to shoot a note to kneel to see if he got impacted by this end Tom so apparently the TESLA TESLA APP went down and people were locked out of their cars which I find amazing. Here's a tweet Heya I can unlock my car with my phone but it's off the only way to get into my car but okay so I have a key fob yeah if the battery my key fob dies I can. I gotTa do this physical key but so here's here's the best here's the worst part of our either are people that I know that aren't aware that there's a key insight. I I know there there are many people live the one that button it pops out. I'm just saying I'm here's the worst part best and worst part about it being Ilan mosque great great radio randy. Thanks thanks for democratic. Thank you d'artagnan. Here's the here's the best part Arthur you you've pulled the key from the stone the best and worst part about the Elon Musk here's guide bianco twitter at Tesla at Elon Musk. I'm locked out of my car and been on hold for twelve minutes. Why is it so difficult to talk? Talk to a train Tesla Human for support Tesla at Tesla your servers down for maintenance or locked out of the car. What's your ETA and everybody every single one of these? These tweets is at Elon Musk at Tesla. Why wouldn't you I? I guess not. Maybe he'll give you a free one. I don't know I it is that simple but yeah I love my new model three but the apple refresh won't let me sign in and says I have no vehicle his minute car redbrick already nice so this one is is actually a corollary of a story that we talked about last week we talked about the Bang Bros guys had bought the Porno wikileaks site and like set all the hard drives on and fire the reason for that is because there is a class action lawsuit that was brought against the guy behind a site called all girls do porn and apparently it's amy as maybe a dude seriously like so and apparently it was a thing where like this guy puts these ads out about modeling gigs and that kind of stuff loathed modeling gigs and then the girl show up and they're like oh well. You know there's not really a modeling GIG but hey we'll pay you three to five and and to like have sex on Cam and it's just it's just for me. It's just for Europe just for like international number told just from some of them. We're told it's only going into international distribution. DVD's no Internet yet idiot and so there are twenty two girls that are now the worst part was like they're skeptical right and then here comes former porn star or former like a woman mellowed heart you know she wasn't she was just some girl that they fired two hundred to five hundred bucks and it's just trust trust them distrust. They were good. They didn't like they were totally add. It all went overseas. I might nobody in my town knows Yadda so there's he's twenty two girls in his class action lawsuit suit against this guy who basically had no idea they were getting filmed for an internet porn channel and so like and there's and I can to some degree I can kinda see two sides of the story one yes because according to this guy's claims look look they they signed the non they signed the disclosure agreements. They signed the likeness rights they signed this. They signed that but then you hear some of these girls stories where they took the mountain got them hammered and jacked up on drugs and all this other stuff and then brought them to a hotel room and said here's signed this and by the reading and all this stuff we talked about in there and so they signed it which K. Shame on you for signing stuff but if you're jacked up on drugs and booze and everything else that's due there's a hundred more women men that don't want to come out that has they don't because they don't want their names and that's the thing so these girls like you know. One one was kicked out of a very conservative Christian school rule one was fired from the law firm that she worked at one another had to deal with like some insanely creep dude. It's the Internet like like this shit goes shit gets out there. It is what it is and then there's stuff got put on the porn wikileaks also and that's the thing so then this this guy and this this was the corollary to that is so this guy apparently bought or bought into the porn wikileaks website and started releasing all their names names and their home address and their hometown creepy MC creep star were sending all this like we're sending links to videos to their neighbors and that and again it gets it gets back to it's like what retirement last week there is zero. I I have no acceptance acceptance tolerance for dachshund whatsoever of any kind for putting somebody's you know name address all that kind of crap out on the Internet but this shit went a step further do screw this guy and especially when like when you like you read through some of the court case filings where you know he's he's done every stall tactic known to mankind where including declaring in bankruptcy trying to avoid this case in trying to avoid this court case God. I hope he gets nailed across. I I got worse things to do the NAT. Are you kidding me just seriously you're on the same low. You're you're like. Were like your pedophile rape. You are the worst of humanity God what I've got to cleanse my palate. Can we talk about. It Chris. Let's talk about angry now. Let's talk about the guy a charming Australian fellow hello who went to a bar and Manchester England and thought he'd owner himself a ban May and then didn't put his reading glasses on when he got the TAB and and the and the bartender had rung it up wrong how wrong so he paid sixty eight the equivalent of sixty the eight thousand dollars. US for a beer one hundred grand a US yeah yeah in Australian dollars yeah and got got hit with a seventeen hundred dollar transaction fee to go along with it now. Here's here are my questions because I have questions one dude what kind of limit you got on your car. You can take Ega sixty eight thousand like our our credit cards different in Europe where like black like they just let it go through and you have to deal with it later. We'll know that he was he wasn't manny got charge. You got mets GonNa take seven days to get the charges clearly. He got mad. He got chart. You know he got mad. He got charged. Oh yeah they got the transaction fee waived immediately that at seventy nine hundred dollars but yeah but that's sixty eight grand apparently is going to take seven to ten days to get back to him right. I want to go drinking with that guy yeah yeah so but a month ago dude. We talked about remember the Joe Rogan thing. We're like pretty much there. You know we talked about the voice like four hours a podcasting assing every day for ten years you have you can pretty much make them say anytime so they took the deep fake a algorithm and they basically did they took all of his episodes and created created a new Joe Rogan episode without Joe Rogan right so we get. We talked about this a few months ago so here's where it gets Here's very strict. I'm just GONNA. I'M GONNA start. Uh I'm just GONNA start reading. I'm the CEO of energy firm based in the UK thought he was following his bosses urgent orders in March transferred funds to a third party but the request quest came from an A. S. This voice of a fraudster now here's Waco of two hundred forty three thousand dollars so here's where it gets. It's interesting so the Wall Street Journal reports that he believed you who speak to the CEO is businesses parent company based in Germany the accent it was a German accented caller. Holler melodic tone is what he said like that guy's voice told him to send two hundred twenty thousand pounds or euros to a on Gary supplier within the hour of the firm's.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Is use radio eight forty WHAS Hey very good with the little Steven you are listening to Tony in the way well Steven thank you Steven newsradio eight forty W. A. J. as Tony and why were out here will is Klein show rooms say Matthews gorgeous gorgeous night we have saucer readers we're still going to go away you still have time to get out here I don't nine thousand dollar bathroom fixtures that we use gave again my dream toilet just went and I think it's the one where you walk in the room and the seat automatically goes up and there's two lights and okay so the let it lights up the Florida Hey this one time I just want Terry miners invited me in the wife over all which is what we have been invited sets yes so I Hey there where's your where's your bathroom angles of the dreaded we went down or I went he had today's insult what I didn't want to flush the toilet I was looted took on flesh please is what it was like some kind of electronic so they've got stuff like that here it will as class I come on now but you never know who you're gonna run into our run into my friend Michelle from feeders plot how you doing Tony how are you yeah okay feeders plus sixty years you guys are suffering the sixth anniversary I just wanted to grab because I want to thank you for everything you guys done donated well over two hundred twenty thousand pounds of food or shelter are you serious that's incredible yes crazy but there locally owned you guys constantly give back but if there's anything I can thank you the most for he is friends with him Linney's jolly well no they don't claim is for yeah we do Ali Paul this is I've got an eighty five pound German shepherd in the toys you got a cell here's the thing they can pick out a toy you say here my dog super destructive okay here's a tort well let me get to pick out his toy every Saturday when we go there you spoiling what do you do I know you'd be a helicopter parent spoiling hearing you get all of us parents we actually you spoil let me put you guys so reset the call the jolly ball because all let let me pick out his own toy every Saturday well those get shredded like five minutes busted pick one out through glass the use of the color jolly ball is lasted too much is incredible well that's great that's right I'm glad he's enjoying it you are one of our best customers sixty years and in twenty three locations you guys got to be proud.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Know it was it was a two hundred dollar cleaning fee. Does it Yeah Yeah Fair. The guy was cool and it was it was like it was non non stinky vomit but but yeah every time every time I hang out with matty's in long. I'd like to ask that guy if that was if you agree with that were they in the car aw yeah yeah well every few three times in the last five years in two of the three have been oh I've been with Steve and he just got he he he he sends it. Where were you sitting in the car? I it was like it was a dodge caravan and it was two captain's chairs right captain's chair right in the middle but you can't roll the window down. Brutal coming didn't warn the driver it was it was just non stinky thinking. I had to go pick up the the Toronto had the drone. It's GONNA go pick it up from him today. He's not fit to fly. I messed division. Hey can I get the drone never replied and I was passing his house. anyways I just pop in the ring knock on the door and he comes to the door or just looking Freddie and he was he did not look right. I felt like I interrupted like a funeral of sub guide. He was a dead man walking Helluva show by the Iranian guys who gave a shout-out the tourist saas threat before he played already gold which was hilarious such fun venue a great event south. Thanks those guys for having us out last the last thing I had on my list you guys see the <hes> news from Bob Gerege skins game coming back in Japan. I saw that the Monday of the Japan Uva Monday of the zone championship is it Monday or Wednesday. I thought it'd be really early in the week tigers the same course whatever the tournament. I don't know if that's right. It's at Accordia Gulf Narashino Country Club <unk> one day competition will offer lucrative prize money will take place a few days prior to the start of the zone championship. So who is it Tiger Woods Roy mcelroy Jason Day Hickey Matsuyama assume means all of those guys are would be playing in these championship as well. I know the big cat has already confirmed but I don't know or they might up. I don't know complete non-starter if they're not miked up just off off the top like I already probably don't care because it's just the money give away and they'll probably screw it up so do not no on whether or not players will be miked up. It says basically this is part of an agreement that tiger has to to provide content to golf TV which as we know is an international rights holders but apparently there is negotiations to have the skins event televise in the U._S. market as well the big Homey Mark Steinberg has declined to comment. Maybe on Golf Golf Pass possible that maybe the golf boys involve all the all the donations they got in lieu of flowers. I Dunno whatever we bring it up because we talk a lot about you know weird ideas and I'm favor of man weird ideas but they always end up looking to like formula formulaic yeah. I don't have confidence that they're gonNA crush. This and it's going to be really freaking cool. I think they should do three three of the top ten players and then the other one should just be totally totally out of left field giving strokes. That'd be yeah having an everyman getting this would be great. Yes they should use some of the exemptions for somebody like that. The more interesting Bernard longer won the U._k.. Senior open at Royal Lytham <hes> didn't watch a ton of that but <hes> not a surprise he wins pretty much everything and I think that's pretty much all payouts and that one healing one to two hundred twenty thousand pounds about right. Isn't it normally only for senior majors. They win five or six hundred. Maybe yeah I'm I'm fascinated to watch this week you get the Korn ferry going to San Francisco or East Bay should say but the between that hat and they've got two more weeks than regular season there and then between that and the the Wyndham just seeing guys on the bubble like patent desire..
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Because evidently, you're targeting the wrong spot because your hips belly. Look look have you had. You was the last time you had your sights adjusted for this talk. Listen. Diet coke, and I apologize. It was like fourteen dollars for that thing. Only one in this group of four. So maybe the poach. I got you. Practically begged for the number. Did not even trying I got two numbers. And if I got five more, I've got an entire phone number. That's not good. Not bad dudes. These Friday shows are always so much mess whereby contract here. We all is the track of the show. Let's show. Are you the one that's supposed to be running? This. On a serious note for five seconds. I went and took the tour today from the Healy place, and they have expanded in the last couple of years too. I mean, they have a thousand people in that place, and they need it, and what the healing place. But here we place is I will I will say one lot. They are the most successful treatment treatment of addiction. In the country. What Tony with the seventy five percents success rate? Wow. That must cost a bazillion dollars to attend. No. It costs it costs nothing. So they attack it from two ways of people go. Well, how can the healing place? Do what other treatment plates places can't can't pay attack? They treat the person not the drug. So they fixed they try to fix mentally the person and not attack the drug you can leave at any time. You come in detox. I was in the detox area today. There was about sixteen man laying in the bed. It was in the military because they have a woman area, all obviously. And they're laying there some of them there that were just full on sweat course. And they were in the middle of their detox, and they will detox for up to a week, and they just get up. They have some food on the table, and then they buy baby steps, and again, they can get up and walk out any give time they can go out go. Back to the street and go do drugs, do whatever. Self and they say we're here for you. And here's the difference. They treat them like human beings. They don't ask for idea numbers. They don't add you can leave anytime you want. They don't ask for social security numbers. They don't ask for insurance. They don't ask for the gotta get your this. And that they treat them like human beings. And the other thing is everyone that is there works there. So you get up in the morning your feet hit the ground. You're in recovery, you go to classes, and then you're assigned yet cleaning bathrooms sweeping the floor security, all that it was as impressive a tour of that. I've ever seen in my life and not only does healing place. Get you through the detox and all that starts a recovery. They're there for after care after you finish. So. Really is. And there there are now twenty places around the country that are like this because they came here and a copy the exact way, they do it here. And now, they're doing it other places. They said how do you do this because it's successful? And that seventy five percents success rate is unheard of thirty days is not enough. They average six to nine months, and he goes sometimes on the ninth month. There's in such a comfort zone that sometimes they gotta go. They had a discussion of are. We enabling them now by keeping them. You have to kick them out. You got to kick them out and go you're fine go so tomorrow on a meme seeing that event for for them in John Paul was the keynote speaker. So that's the end of the week. I'm excited about that. But I'm more excited about Saturday mornings baby. Because it's time for me. And let me the rescue dog to hop in the truck head on down. The feeder supply the pet lovers store. Feeder supply has been in business since nineteen sorry. Nineteen fifty nine time. They've served global says nineteen fifty nine and they keep expanding and they're not going anywhere. And the reason is because they love your pets. They even love pets without forever homes. They've donated over two hundred twenty thousand pounds of food to shelter animals. I love the folks a feeder supplied. If you go there, I promise you you will too..
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"He might be before. And. Angela. Was he was he was he pretty strange Clinton for a motivator. Some of them can be absolutely officer chops cut this. I shouldn't that's the module lane Amman July in yet. So kevin. Would you be keen on needs to be seen as well? Or are you looking elsewhere? I wouldn't put anyone on off for the type of price Petit Palais who was one I had my I I don't know if you've seen this pedigree. But he's a he's a half, brother. Those are half froder to the top sewn Galileo Galileo gold. Oh, oh, you mean, the moral winner of the two thousand Guineas is the two thousand winner for Galileo, whose whose behalf sun'll Galileo top asunder Galileo who of course, enhance Galileo's record no end. I could never understand the naming of that horse was absolute Dickey Galileo mayor. The point it's done. It's not that point. Karen, call him Galileo gold when he's out of a Galileo mayor. But this fellow he was with John Gosden he caused the few Cuba's yearling and ground for John's for John Gosden, rated eighty four changed hands for twenty six grand which was pretty cheap now to be fair for what he is. He looked like both. He made a lovely started load low and Gordon straightforward his jump in. What was was granted the may be kind of paratrooper couple. He was good in the strong up the Ronin, which I always like, and I'd say stronger tests of stamina would be a help to them. And. Yeah. To pick one it'd be him. But I wouldn't put anyone off ritzy selection. There needs to be saying two hundred twenty thousand pounds. You originally costs petite? He cost twenty six grand last time. He was two hundred and twenty thousand pounds and the only got twenty six grand back fingers burns. So Petit Palais Princess Haya was visitor with over..
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Story. I think that story is about to get trumped Robert you're on with Tony and Dwight and Haley what's up, ROY Robert. Hey, how's it going tonight? Yeah. I got a certified letter. I was working. I didn't know what it was. And it was on the free two days. Thereby was tipped toolroom house. I could not figure it out. Then I got up early yesterday. I said, I gotta go get this letter from Jefferson County court. I didn't know what I did. I got out to the car. Let me just open it. And then my wife's name was on there for a divorce decree on Valentine's Day. Yeah. Oh, Robert, man. It just told me out a robbery. I did it. Okay. You know, just had to get home. But I I was taking my clothes out immediately. And I was getting my stuff, and then she came home. I guess one of the kids called her. We don't have kids together hers. They're thirty years old. They don't work or nothing. That's driving me nuts. And she's like, well, I thought we could be friends or something. Friends. For eight years and don't get those people were show shots. Well. One door closes another one opens where here's what hind it might be somebody between Haley and here into. Here's what say Robert model. Normally what I would do right now say you need to name names. But since this is headed towards let. Donate names, because I'm on your for some reason, you know, who's behind you, Robert the entire Tony and Dwight show. Have a great night. Don't worry about that. Does seem contentious though, she thought we could be friends. And I'm a firm believer of if something doesn't work out that means because it wasn't meant to be. And you even said you didn't like her loving real estate same way. No. You make a commitment to marriage than there. You are the rest of your life. Tiny technical. You did follow that about divorced. But you marry. Listen, if you love someone enough to marry him, that's a choice people change. So you're supposed to stay with the crazy just saying loves a choice. Okay. Is it? Yes. The motion. It's a choice. So this is fun. Can we go to like? Hey when we come back. We're going to tell you, I I guess we're going to tell you. I'm gonna tell you you're gonna tell us to something that no judgment zone. Here is the no judgment zone. Something weird. I'm a completely perfect person. And I've never done anything. We're entire life. What's your weird thing? Everyone has this one weird thing. So we're going to mention what are weird thing is Finn is gonna mention his weird thing. And it's gotta be you got to spare. We'll see we'll listen we'll say going into that both topics. I've got a story. There's a new trend where a lot of men are doing this when they're going to the restroom. I don't understand it. That is going to Mark dantonio and Haley, go ahead, Mark. Hey, joining eight why is smart from firm guy? Hey, Mark creek is arising I've been revived guys. I've been revised. Yes. It's a sad thing. My revivals. Sad thing my wife passed away. I sear sorry. I'm looking for Valentine's girlfriend after where else I go to find more help into Tony into why? Dr. Right. Yes. Yes. Hey, listen. You guys guy. Great show. Love you, lots were having fun out here in Ferntree guy, come out and see us out t- case, we're. Thank you. Old stomping grounds cutback. Find out the new trend. The guys are doing in the restroom which I'll never understand. And what weird things we do. But I feed or supply is the pet lovers store. Baby. Cannot wait for tomorrow morning. That's our trip. Our our our weekly trip to feeder supply with me and let me the rescue dog that I'd opted from feeder supply pet lovers store. Hey, did you know the feeder supply has donated over two hundred twenty thousand pounds of food to shelter animals? You do now feeders how much to over two hundred twenty thousand pounds of food to shelter animals. Hey, listen, feeder supply loves every pet, and that means they're concerned about is your your dog, your cat, whatever having a food if you get home,.
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"The USDA announced last week that Tyson Foods is recalling thirty six thousand pounds of chicken nuggets because rubber contamination. This isn't the first time the consumers have found rubber chicken nuggets in two thousand sixteen foster farms recalled two hundred twenty thousand pounds and pilgrim's pride recalled four point five million pounds. So how does keep its way into nuggets the contamination usually occurs. When a piece of rubber food processing equipment breaks off into the chicken maintenance programs normally catch replays war impeaches before they cause problems. But they've missed they can end up in the finished product. When it comes to chicken, nugget processing rubber plastic are most commonly found in paddles seals in. These parts were down with us in Tyson's case a rubber seal broke off into the chickens. Larry normally inspectors check for fraying rubber at the end of the day during the cleaning sanitation procedures with chicken nuggets, it's fairly difficult to filter. Out extremist material that makes its way into the meat slurry, magnets, aren't helpful in attracting pieces of plastic and the slurry can easily pass through fine mesh filters. Yuck. Yeah. When I saw the story. I was originally like oh my God. How is in house rubber ending up in chicken nuggets? This sounds like this sounds terrible. But after hearing what Aaron said, it's like a little bit more reasonable in the sense that you can understand how it gets in there. But you can also be horrified at the fact that it's still made it out to delivery despite. The operation falling apart, essentially doesn't change the fact that it's, yuck. I don't care how we got here. I don't need explanation. How it got here explanation for how is not out? That's it. No rubbing you chicken. Who's who's watching the process, you know, like nobody's watching to see if if something falls apart? It's all bad news man, saw bad news. Godman awful this last story was kind of developing yesterday's we couldn't get someone on time. But Liam Niessen actor from some movies. You might know we've taken he's facing a major racism storm since he made comments and interview all declare. He's not phased into racism storm. He is the storm cr- just reading here. To make sure that people understood you know, what I mean creek. He said he walked the streets with a weapon around forty years ago, hoping to take out his anger after someone close to him was raped by a black man, quote, but speaking on ABC's good Morning America needs and said, I'm not racist. The Hollywood star told ABC's Robin Roberts on Tuesday that around forty years ago, one of his close female friends told him that she had been raped. He said I had never felt this feeling before which was primal urge to lash out an Astor. Did you know the person was it a man no race? She said it was a black man that actor said he went out deliberately into black areas in the city looking to set upon so that he could unleash physical violence. And then he added that he did it maybe four or five times. Your thoughts. First of all he said this like pro at this movie. It would of cast members said holy bleep. Right..
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Dude Soup
"Start my timer here. Boom. All right. We're on the clock now, boys. Fill my box. All right. Yeah. Pootie pies back in it back in the headlines tearing it up again destroying your nation's youth and filling all sorts of terrible thoughts. So here's here's the long and winding narrative there is there is a battle between PD pie and t series to be the most subscribed channel on YouTube. One is a corporation Ma love youtuber say PD pie singular youtuber. So subscribe pupae has kind of become it's late game Memed territory at this point NPD pies, actually benefited from it. He's he's getting another chunk. Subs. And what he in one of the videos that was problematic like why'd all caps unit code problematic. He he talked about how he's he's waiting for t series to pass him because he has a video ready. And it keeps almost uploading it. But then it gets another way. Besides anyway. So that delivers us to the video that caused all the problems he has a satirical YouTube news show called Pugh news, which is pretty funny pretty edgy at the end of it. He covered himself the subscribe to PD team. And basically said stop stop it. I'm I'm good. And as a kind of a gesture of of YouTube creator support he said, I'm gonna shut out all these tiny channels. I've been watching recently try to share which is very very very nice of him. I'm going to just go out there and say, that's actually pretty nice. It's pretty cool. We're one of them, right? No. You wish you weren't. I know he watches us. But I don't know that he shot on our I think he he watches what other people watch may man, that's out. And then give him react to maybe maybe people give him clips lease offer us upon the flatter. So that people may actually know who we are since we're getting buried by the algorithm, never mind continue. Speaking of aluminum body. So when a pile of twenty eight channels that he dedicated five minutes of his video to just kind of iterating through them. A lot of them were like pretty hard Memed channels. That's his sense of humor. I don't think it's a secret to anybody. A lot of really intense stuff not quite like like deep web shit. But yeah, just funny shit. A lot of a lot of stuff from all over the world from all sorts of creators one of which was e semi colon. Are who does a lot of video essays and stuff? Apparently has a bit of a reputation for dipping into some antisemitic. Memes and jokes would use footage from Charlottesville and stuff. Like that. Videos, terrific. So here's here's kind of what happened that that channel was included in this string of shoutouts people started tweeting about like, ooh, this is problematic is Felix up to his old tricks. And then the headline start popping out of all of which context sort of fades away. And that's the thing that I am kind of miffed about about this. So here's a headline PD pie gives shadow to hateful antisemitic YouTube channel that's a bitch of a headline. Yeah. Technically true. Also for additional context. Pupae just raised one hundred seventy nine pounds slash or hundred seventy nine thousand pounds slash two hundred twenty thousand pounds or US dollar given for CHRI child rights in u this is to prevent child rights violations in India. So on the back of raising a quarter of a million dollars for charity. Suddenly, the news machine is picking back up. He's he's back to being an anti Semite. So you would have been happier with the verge out of the word philanthropists. Local philanthropist. So he's anti semitic. Let's see here. Shouts out shots out shading our Hannukah loving China. Whatever I guess, so those that's before I I've already kind of tainted it with my own particular take here..
"two hundred twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"The now famous words, we've just been thank seed or it would appear. We've just been Bank seed, right? But what is banks himself said, thanks himself. He. So I mean, famously elusive, he, he chooses Instagram as a way as a mode of speaking to the people, and he posted straight off to the cell a couple of hours after a photograph saying, going going gone quite simply a picture of the of the incident of the camera slipping through the framing being shredded. He then the following of a few hours as a few hours later, he he posted a video of the stunt. Now, this video is shows him supposedly building the shredder into the back of the painting. He says some years ago on the chance that at one point it might be auctioned. And then the video is perceived mash up of different scenes from within the auction room as incident on folds. So it's not clear whether he's used found footage or whether he had several players in the room who he has then sort of accorded the incident through right, and we don't yet low exactly hail. This mechanism was triggered Dewey, right? Well, there was a guy spotted in the sarum there. I, I cross of him. He's not to inconspicuously dressed. Here's a white hat and a white scarf and gold airing. He's dressed in black and Boeing sunglasses inside. So. This, this gentleman was off with a briefcase and inside that looks to be some sort of wireless router or something some sort of device that would most likely triggered this shredding mechanism? Yes. Do we know anything about who consign the work and. What the stipulations were in terms of wolves, the frame an integral part of the work and therefore could it be inspected? Well, there's been a lot of speculation that banks himself consign the work. I mean, it had to have been someone close to the artists in order to have access to the work in recent more easily than two thousand six is idea is batteries would have still been working twelve years later. Is is fancy full. But I mean, Cording Saudis, catalog. The providence says that it was a quieter by the artists from the artist by the present owner in two thousand and six. So one of the theories is that banks publicist, Joe Brooks consign the work. And when I saw the about the consigners they said, all they can say is that we took the work in good faith and they believed the story, the consign it gave them about his provenance. We didn't have any reason to think the story and the history of the work was anything other than what was presented to them, and they got up Pacific from pest control, and they ask the right questions. They save from pest control. They did that you diligence so they did. They went to pest control and said, can we? We should explain pest control, right? Yep. So pest control, our Bank sees or indication's body. He isn't represented by galerie. He this, his studio integration body, and he sells directly through them. He's quite an anomaly in that sense. He's one of the contemporary artists really who doesn't have a gallery. Even though his work is so boy, very many galleries, right? I should stress primary market galleries. Yes, he hasn't. There are many secondary market galleries who sell his work independently of him. So so the be say, they went pest control and they, they asked if they could remove the canvas from the frame as usual, but they were told flatly, no, that that the frame is an integral part of the artwork and to do so damage to work and value I should think is that is that standard practice, they're all very many artists for whom the frame is part of the work. Sure. I mean, most most folks that come into auction will be examined. And taken out of their frame. But of course, with contemporary artists Manzoni or Joseph, boys is objects that the cases that the the plants that frames are integral parts of the work. So it's not entirely unusual to be refused to examine a frame with this is a first reveling story, and there we're gonna speak to Jonathan tune from Maddox gallery who was one of the unsuccessful bid is in the room. Jonathan, I'd like to begin by just asking a very straightforward question, which is, why did you bid for the work? Sure. Think you know Bank season most conic pieces. Definitely the go with balloon Mr.. Most public mention to UK voted last year believe and such a such a historic peace. And you know to my knowledge, dusty only you know, one of one out there. Enough out. The estimate was very attractive for for us and you know we, yeah, that's why I went for it. Can you take through the efficacy Goto to on the one hand, authenticate the peace to inspect the piece, that kind of stuff. I mean, both with Saudis with pest control. Sure. So when when we made aware the lowest coming off sale with Sotheby's, I decided to on behalf Maddox Sita working person obviously assisted by few specialists in in a sale. When I stumbled across the Bank CEO's is very unique in the sense that is very different to the other job balloon images varying from editions and editions on canvas, the what was very distinctive and it was much more detailed. You could say, is that in the stenciling? Exactly. Yes, yes. And yes. Of course, you know, we had to go through the judi- legit and you know, examining the peace at self and of sleep, does the frame as well. But when I did ask suburbs, actually, can we remove the the canvas out the frame and the the first response was the frame is pretty heavy. And I said, you know, why is that? They basically said, I'm the p the framers integral parts who to canvas and kind of ended from this. So obviously I ask for the pest control and the gave it obliged and all you know what's out. So basically pest control provide you with this ticket over ten on that. That. Certificate of authenticity. It mentions a dedication on it, but it's sort of been blurred out. I mean, it says the work was gifted with thanks to in. The name is is is blurred out. So I'm gonna. I'm interested in whether we believe that this is a work from two thousand six, either the either the painting itself or the the painting in the frame. Can you what do you think? Do you think any part of it is from two thousand six, or do you think is a new work? I'd definitely no new work judging by the piece that looks pretty age pre. Well, I'd say but I think it was definitely done in two thousand six. But the most important question I think is whether the shredder was installed in two thousand six. And if it is somebody in banks, his inner circle, the the shredder could have been added at a later date. Absolutely, absolutely. So it was ask you about the what was tipped to do? Well, I mean, it's go with balloons that you need works with sensors on canvas. Reds come up. Auction as you say, it's my corner Kimmage. What did you think of the of the low estimated it ring any bells? Two hundred thousand three hundred thousand there was of interest. Can you tell me about what you knew know about who how many people were potential bidders? Sure. Think palled reason, you know for the lowest was I also same question to sub as well. You know why? Why is the bet so ridiculously low? And then basically said to consign gifted work if they did receive a hundred thousand pounds, still be happy with it. And hence, that was that was main reason. And. Another reason would be tracked other serious collectors because I don't think Benghazi is in the same same league as delights of Jenny Saville, Mark Rothko, Mark, Bradford, it's just a different category and of see that would potentially attract your classic more clap. Traditional classic letters is is part of the reason that that that could have attracted low estimate because there are so many other images of go with balloon out there on the market, even if they on, you need works like this. Can you say something about that? There are obviously different forms of go, go with balloon out there. Sure. Well, there are several. There's additions ranges from screaming on paper which is sign additional one fifty. There's also inside addition over six hundred and they vary from thirty to forty thousand pounds to sign ones from eighty five, two hundred twenty thousand pounds. You've also got, but balloon girls and very Calloway's the sixty six arts proofs. Then you've got addition, canvas twenty five which goes for about three hundred and fifty thousand pounds madness. And that went for about three eighty thousand pounds early this year bottoms and you in fact happened to have and addition of go with balloon on sale. That Maddox gallery, yes. Funny enough. We actually do have a dedicated one outside Titian balloon go, which we recently sold it for. Hundred thousand pounds. So that's, that's, that's that's from. So it's dedicated print buddies. Part of what part of the addition of one fifty. It's outside the addition. We've also had, you know, very colored weights as well. We had. We had a pink one actually and that soda, so fairly recently. So, yeah. One of the things that I think some listeners may not be clear on is what market banks he has a sandwich for his work and how much money he has made from these works because obviously we're talking a lot here about the secondary market dealing with banks. He doesn't have a dealer. He. He creates his in sales through pest control. But for instance, if banks were to produce a new edition of prints, now how much would he fell them for. I, I mean, banks has one. Thanks. He has an artist. I don't think he was ever really in it for the money. I think that's that's been proven last year. He sorry? Sorry, interrupted you. I meant just put my question. Question
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