4 Burst results for "Von Leo"
"von leo" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Eight hundred gs is a a good entry level adventure bike it's The the twelve hundred The are twelve hundred. Has big boxer twin. It's a lot more power. And i wouldn't. I wouldn't do that as a first bike. the f. Eight hundred has a parallel twin. It's a little narrower. It's it's as tall or almost as tall But it's a little lighter Easier to maneuver. So i might try something like that As far as an adventure bike. i mean the harley panamerican That i wrote recently and you could see my review of it It has a big powerful engine up to. I believe it's one hundred and seventy horsepower. But you can write it in a reduced power mode where drops the power down to one hundred fifteen horsepower so you can really It was not super heavy. it's pretty pretty maneuverable. pretty agile. The height adjustable suspension means that you come to a light and it you know it. Settles see santer flat foot and it has traction control in abs. and all those kinds of things so You're you wouldn't get into so much trouble. Alternatively you know something deeply used us us keilor a used forever. yeah Yeah pretty much Justin becker has a okay twenty thirteen. Bmw active hybrid three. It's a bmw. It's a three thirty five with an electric motor in the torque converter and i love the hybrid powertrain. Are there any hybrid performance cars. You're looking forward to at less than a thousand one hundred thousand dollars. No i'm looking forward to the aftermarket. Hybrid was that. Come on von leo. If more people try that that seems interesting and kind of exciting but I mean no. I'm sorry to say it's a it's a one word answer but but i mean no. I'm particularly impressed. I mean i'm pressed. But i'm not excited by you. Know we just put up the video of the accurate sex which is impressive. But i'm not excited by it by owning in. And i i don't i don't aspire to own it. We drove the sf ninety ferrari impressive. But i don't aspire to own that For me I'm not interested in performance hybrids. I like I liking it. And then i like engaging drivers cars and i think hybrids are great Especially extended range like the volt are great as appliances if you can't charge as much frequently But there's nothing about a hybrid powertrain that inspires me or makes me wanna spend my own money on one From sporting perspective. Because it will. We know it's gonna add weight. That's the problem you know. The cars are already getting too heavy. And then if you take something fun camaro or something and then add hybrid powertrain. You're adding even more way to which doesn't need miata like you're gonna ruin what makes it great or b. r. z. Right it adds weight. It doesn't need an ed power. It doesn't need You know right i don't. I don't think that that. The addition of that hybrid powertrain to go from a ferrari f eight to the sf. Ninety makes absolutely no difference in the real world. These cars are both insanely fast I know in the nfl. The hybrid powertrain is part of what makes the handling so magical. Well that's cool And it's and it's impressive. What it can do. But i don't i i don't want to own that i think has so many other flaws. That almost detract from how good it is to drive in in the performance that like the interior is so dull and an constraint like it feels small. There's not a lot of places to put things and it's very uninteresting to sit and look around your cabin in that right there. You're like well if being in the car is so much experience in addition to driving it. And you've just lost that. Yeah it it really reduces and i mean i know the first intersex was not the most interesting place to sit either but i think it moved this ball forward and we appreciate that more. But there's other options out there at that price point. Yeah brad has a twenty eleven range rover. Five point oh as hse. That just won't stop breaking. Should i keep fixing it and stay in the whole or replace it with four by pickup truck diesel. Well you're asking a financial financial question. This is not a car question. I mean there's literally nothing you're going to do with this rate and like your ranger is not going to stop breaking like if it's been breaking over and over like it ain't getting newer. The parts of the parts aren't Aren't going to be in any better condition You know you're talking about a ten year old vehicle that was designed with a ten year service life. You're at the end of the the intended service life. Like i've learned this press launches. What intended service. Life is Range rovers not have an intended service life beyond ten years. Do not have it intended service life beyond hundred thousand miles. Wow so if yours is older than that and works has more miles than that. And it works. You are the exception. You're not the rule The only vehicle that i know of that is designed with an intended service. Life over ten years is the land cruiser which is a twenty five year design. And that's why it's ninety thousand dollars toyota. Because the actual hardware is more robust. And the things that can break are simpler and durable in proven Old range rovers. I mean if you're dumping money into it now you're gonna keep dumping money into it forever. So i can't tell you to to replace it with an f to fifty because i don't know if you want to be driving around enough to fifty. I feel like the fact he's asking. It tells me that you don't love it anymore or as much as you need to keep throwing money at it like if you can get something especially a newer pickup truck this can have lots of new features ride. Nice be quiet They do a lot of things. Really well in twenty eleven. You might be just as happy with that as you would with the range rover and yeah you don't get to like pull up and be like range over but but range over years. It's broken all the time. I try to ask me how i know. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Having a having saying you have a luxury vehicle but the reality is your luxury vehicles. Never quite right That's not where is it. Let's in the shop again. You don't wanna do that. Yeah yeah let's see swerving eight wants to know. Where do we get our plane t shirts. Actually i've been buying the warri. what's it for. It's like one of these like it's almost like lululemon but they haven't figured out that it's lululemon yet. You know what i mean nice it's like technical fabrics it's vu. And i've been. I bought like ten shirts from them. Recently that's plain t shirts and bought on amazon. And once i found a pack i liked. I just bought twenty of them. They're twenty black t. shirts there. You go Kevin says with the next generation c. Sixty three moving to four cylinders In your opinion will eight c. Sixty three's is beginning to hold their value The model is the ninety two. Bmw look to the ninety-two bmw m. Three and it's it's it's residual values I think there's a floor will they. Will they begin their value. I mean there is a floor right. I and they will not go below that floor. Yeah and so. That's so yes. I mean look as i think too right now a manual gearbox ninety two m three is more desirable than it was when it was new Yeah probably because it sounds great You know the styling has aged very well. Well when it was new. I think it was also kind of king of the ring when it was new because at the time the c. Sixty three had such a shift transmission and was just like the. The attitude of the car was different right and now but the sixty that came out like two or three years ago also terminally well and shift quickly those. That's the sweet spot for the c sixty three. You're not like the box. He won the the the the current gen. Yeah yeah yeah. Those are fantastic. Those are very good Sean says thirty five k. Would you prefer veloce n or a new eighty-six for fun experience. I mean here's the question. I assume this person is not asking. The that's an only car question veloce a weekend toy The real question is do. You need a back seat or not. That's really more i mean. Do you want to drive the front wheels at the rear wheels. And do you need a back seat. That's much more important than which is fun. Both of those cars are leaders in their class currently but a front drive experience and a rear-drive experience and a car with a big trunk and an an real rear seats versus a car. That doesn't have those things has a real trunk. But it doesn't have real receipts. We're talking about real world practical differences so in a vacuum where it's just my fat ass and nothing else. I'd rather have the eighty-six because the steering is is a little better And a a rear-drive experience is preferable to me. Yeah all other things being equal. If i could only buy one car that i had to actually live with and carry stuff and carry people and get in and out of fifty times a day. I'd probably rather have the hyundai because it would probably be easier to live with it more..
"von leo" Discussed on Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden
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"von leo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"One of the lowest prices of the year, AAA survey found a thirty four cent range in prices to from a low of two dollars and sixty six cents to somebody out there gouging you for three bucks a gallon. Gas prices continue to fall here in the ocean state, which is good news. All right, here's a candidate for brilliant of the week. Police seized a gun from a teenager and ticketed, the driver, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, while driving around providence early on Sunday morning, Brian emerald new Providence Journal says, when patrolman Scott Campbell pulled over twenty one year old Delfi Vega for crossing the yellow dividing line and not using his blinker just after midnight on Douglas avenue that was near Chad Brown street, the officer noticed the driver was wearing a bulletproof vest. It's just fashion. That's what they told the cops police on the scene also noticed that a seventeen year old passenger in the black BMW had his belt undone, and mostly off police said, a Pat revealed that the teen had a handgun in the groin area of his pants seventeen year old was referred to family court on charges of possession of a firearm, so a search of a backseat passenger nineteen year old j von Leo. Also turned up cocaine a base of cocaine in his pants police said so try to Bruhns so we'll put that in the file. What's Bruno new ask? It's kind of a dope to the tenth power, and we choose our brianna the week, which is brought to you by the big blue bug, by the way, how convenient and these are three candidates. One story three candidates can't go wrong with that. It's twenty minutes.
"von leo" Discussed on Ideas
"Microbes were completely invisible to humans until the seventeenth century. When a Dutch tradesman turned mature scientists discovered them, his name was Tony von Leo. He was the absolute best in the world that grinding lenses and could make microscopes that were just much better than any anyone else could make and he became fascinated with with microorganisms. He called them anima Cules. Right. Exactly. Yeah. They're wonderful drawings from the late sixteen hundreds where he actually sketches out the different shapes that he's observing under the microscope, but the, you know, he saw these microbes writhing around and living in these entire worlds that really no-one previously had appreciated. Did he? He knew about microbes in the body. Yep. -solutely looked at scrapings off of his teeth. This is another spot where we have resident microbial communities, and depending upon which microbes are there, you can have healthy teeth or you can end up with dental caries. So now another example of how you know fostering and maintain. Being a proper microbial community is important for your health so that that was one of the first communities on the body that he observed. But he eventually went on to look at stool as well, and and saw these microbes that were incredibly abundant in his own stool sample. To microbes. Human guts are not all that different from the innards of other animals. Even worms. We commonly think about our digestive tract is being inside of us, but it actually the inside of our digestive tract is the outside world. It is, you know, exposed to the foods we eat, which passed through us in. So a simplified way of thinking of the human body with our digestive tract running from our mouth to our anus is as a hollow tube where the microbes live in the middle of that two Benner responsible for processing this food as as a passes through. And so while the the tube itself has organs in it and we can add arms and legs to it, really the the whole point of the tube is to gather nutrients and to make more tubes eventually reading that. And and I guess the further descriptions you had made of that. I started forming this image of human beings and other animals is kind of like. Wormed with arms and legs and other parts I mean is at an all in that kind of an accurate picture of what we are. I think from the microbial standpoint, yeah, we're great little vessel that they can live in an. It's an added bonus that we have arms and legs that can move around and gather food to feed them. So from their perspective, we're, we're just a convenient vessel that they can evolve and and divide in and and and make a safe home for themselves. So you can really think of humans as an elaborate culturing vessel that we are here on this planet to culture microbes and to pass them from generation to generation. So so would a microbes e is any differently than they would see a worm. I mean, probably based on the western diet, they'd be happier in. Right now worms. The first living things on earth known to have complete digestive system mouth got and anus. It's hard to know exactly which microbes lived inside the earliest worms over half a billion years ago or how these helped with their digestion. But here's a dramatic example of very strange worm. The bottom of the ocean discovered in two thousand two. It was named by marine biologist. Greg rouse, he called it awesome tax, which in Latin means bone devour. Even though it's got is bizarrely different from ours. Also, dex has stunning digestive superpowers. Thanks to microbes. We used to think that Wales and other large vertebrates would fall to the sea floor and their skeletons might loss for decades. So we were very surprised when we saw the bones of a whale of California that were covered in what looked like shag pile cop at that was bright, red. At turned out. This was a one that the pot we could say on the outside. The red pot was feathery plumes full of blood, but the was bodies were actually down inside the barn and there were digesting away the barn. We now know secreting acid to dissolve the bone, and then they've lost. They got, they don't have any mouth done in the barn. They're actually uptaking the nutrients. We think it's mainly the college now bonus largely made up of collagen protein matrix and then the the, the hot pot, the calcium appetite around it. And somehow they're taking this up through the skin. And then the providing this too similar to the hydrothermal vent and seep animals that providing this broken down collagen to bacteria that they've farming inside. What we call the root system. Do