18 Burst results for "Zuzu"
"zuzu" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Speaking for free. I work in a big game. The saturday i got oregon at stanford well nice. Pretty ba- games here. Yeah they have coming up by refusal preston. No by but now that we're speaking about work to do now. The today is the twenty third of first and ten no shit. Wow yeah happy birthday. I intend you've made me want to die this weekend. No that's all. I'm sure we'll get into that but we can't. I don't even wanna talk about it. I have to relive it again tomorrow at seven. Am i just. Don't even want to bother it. It happened it's over. were all right. Ready yeah board to help you. Better enjoy our sunday night coverage espn unveils. Its latest technical innovation on tonight's game. It's espn's first and ten gallard appears to babbling field with really being electronically generated by us. That's right you test was live entirely on. The shoulder is up like mars. Somebody pressing a button. Espn's first and ten we think. Wow that's us. That's great twenty three years ago. 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Almost two years ago and some i needed to provide proof in two different forms of proof that that's how much we build for anna go back through like a mountain of invoices and it actually warm me out and i feel so dumb that it did but menial work like that really wears you out and go fucking damn it. The new iphone update is so shitty. I went through my phone across the room. I've just been trying the entire time you've been talking to play the forensic files intro music off of my phone and the the fucking phone is now so bad and useless that i'm pressing it right now and it's just not hear me pressing it and this is not working fucking so stressful so unhappy anyway. Sorry keep going. Oh no you're having a worse than me pal. don't worry about. Yeah that's that that just rocketed me to having a worse day that my youtube app didn't work those sound pretty bad anyway All right so looking all right taking the top three two one two one. Okay here we go well. 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"zuzu" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
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"zuzu" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus
"There's still nothing like them. And it's you know i. It's one of those things to where sometimes you have to train the audience to accept what you're doing Other times you should bludgeon them over the head with it. And eventually they'll come around and psoriasis. Their friends of mine from philadelphia great band. They've played here in columbus Quite a few times. I just had zuzu manzoor on the show few weeks ago but this is sarah and their cover of the sonics santa claus. And you're listening to it on the cat club. Podcast paul Said sir lets legit. Cute earth data alan.
"zuzu" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus
"Be the one with the biggest coconuts we're back for a final segment is to catcalled podcast. I'm your host. Your geffen honored to have zuzu mansour of rock band survivor in the house. This week you know. Susan one of these like not only you would hope and i would love that. I love that Recognizing that's that's the only reason they're not all here right now really. I'm bad at organizing. They're probably fine with it. Well you know i. It's one of those things that we'll make it happen. You know it's it is. I'm sure that You know about me and anybody that knows me tell you anyway. I'm all about long term relationships anyway. as don't think you're going to get rid of me quick question i don't want to so it's good as you're stuck with me now so that's a good going to have to deal with that but you just brand new christmas on your first recorded christmas song that you released a november twenty third just recently new music coming out new single coming out next month and you're anywhere well seeing is this show is now live on the last day of november so will say the month after but after the first of the year and new music the ended twenty twenty one these still my beating heart. Guess he's still my beating heart always good to hear excitement about it. Oh whereas like oh you know even going all the way back to the beginning of You discography With sarah i'm there isn't really is not a song that i don't want i mean they're they're songs that i like more than others but there is not a song and i'm like oh that's really just kind of like a throwaway song or that's a filler song and i don't care for it i don't feel that way about any songs in your in your at all sounds good. I like hearing that. I think we have such a such a history and all those songs that we britain over the years i i was thinking about releasing something like with all the demos and all the unreleased tracks that we haven't done. I mean we have a lot of unreleased songs that we actually recorded but we just never. You know released an ice leak. I think like people that really dig us like that would really like to hear all the songs didn't get picked and maybe like why they didn't get picked or why they never saw you know a vinyl record or a cd or something so mean really you see especially on the gun box from big nationals. Aren't as they always have like one album or one disk that is you know. Sides unheard unreleased. Never before heard music type of things and it's always like one distance cheering down towards the bottom on like that sam because really the a. It's something for the fans of psoriasis. Not necessarily the new fans of all new fans are sure to become longtime once. Get into the band But the fans that have been chance of sarah. Yeah we're just eat shut. I think so. I think i think too. I was reminded This guy steve lavar show who did a lot of our earliest recordings ever when we were just starting to record in was with us for a long time and he's also helped engineer. Evergreen are on our last album he He contacted me and said you know there was people contacting him about psoriasis stuff and he said something from like a show you did one of the first shows you didn't two thousand and two and i'm like oh my god i say don't give that to him if that's anyone but i wanna hear it hear it you know and and made you. We'll put it out. But i mean just know that our history is that bass that we've been trying for so long that we wanted to be involved in music and like my earliest open mics from that time. Just that i've been doing it for that long. As is just it makes me feel good and that you know. I mean it's a vast catalog and a lot of experiences so you know and a lot of different You can hear the different moments that the band and yourself gone through By going back through the discography You know and on that. I think is the perfect segue into my favorite tracks by sarai and To me it really really kind of drew me for a loop. The first time i heard it was just. It's such an awesome song. But you did it. I mean you may your own on the coverage track. I mean you. Cover i you know. Turn it artist by any stretch of the imagination and You know. I just can't say enough about your version of this. Track is without any further ado. The band is suraya. This is their track while a cover of the classic. Free song on the podcasts. How are you look..
"zuzu" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Good morning. Welcome to the world Tuesday, October 13 And it is the voice in the dark Bob Suraj and company and I think I finally figured out what was wrong with me yesterday. It wasn't Just that it was Monday. And after sleeping late. Saturday and Sunday. I was getting up at 3 30 in the morning. What it was wass because I got two better early Sunday night. You know what the problem I had here yesterday was I did too many things that one thing too many Sunday. Is that played in my 16 inch softball game, And then my wife wanted to go on a bike ride. So I did that, too. And that that knocked me out. So no matter how much sleep I got on Sunday night, I was not going to be With it Monday. Yes, that's what I've determined. 16 inch softball really knocked you out. I do. Run a little bit. Yeah. How much? It is a game that just cries out. Old muscle because you're standing around then you're in full speed. But you know, I ran around was active. And then then I had the bike ride. So how far did you bike I actually we biked. Ah, I would say you mentioned this yesterday. You went up to the tea house? Yeah. Billy Corgan's Madame Zuzu's there. I'd say it was about Matal, maybe 78 miles each way. Maybe something like that. So it was a good round trip. I can only handle one physical activity a day. What? What is going on on the Kennedy vig? What? What happened? Reason exactly. It was so quiet. And then all of a sudden everything just went haywire. It turns out that a police vehicle went over that overpass the foster overpass and ended up on the outbound Kennedy. So, um, not a good situation trying to get more information, but it's definitely shut down. So the only way you can get on the outbound Kennedy is the Nagel. Entrance ramp. So that's a Kennedy at Foster. Yeah, so whoever's trying to get to the airport. I would suggest that you take the Edens. Get off it, Caldwell, and then take Devon up to Nagel and then get on the Nagel exit. Tio R Get on the Nagel entrance ramp to the outbound Kennedy. So is there. Is there already a backup inbound and outbound on the on the the Foster T. Right, So there is a definitely a backup to the junction on the outbound side. Inbound side is not being affected at this point. But I'm sure the more emergency vehicles and police vehicles get there. There definitely is going to be a shutdown throughout the morning commute. All right, thank you. For that. We'll be watching this from a newsstand point as well. Because if Vicky's reporting is correct, we have potentially police officers who are injured or worse. In this situation. The vehicle was on fire, apparently after hitting concrete below. So we're watching that in the newsroom as well, trying to gather some more details. So Steve and I will be talking regularly. I think this morning..
"zuzu" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And here he is Stan Freberg. He actually I expect a little more of an ovation Lumumba tribute than that Fred. kind of like a seal. Just, a moment not check with the Soundman Hey, Chali that a seal. Yeah, it was a seal. Come on folks Gaudio audience let the people at home. There's somebody heavy one miserable seal. include. Thank you a little more like. I just wanted to see radio and all that I have many fans among the flipper folk. After all CBS is investing quite a chunk of money in my show I mean when you consider that they could've taken the same money and bought the screen rights the Santa Monica Phone Directory. A three hundred page paper on the underlying significance of Geophysical Year by Jayne Mansfield. A. Pretty good sized chicken ranch and Pokorny. Why it makes a man feel pretty humble. Matter of fact, I feel so humble I can hardly walk. Which reminds me a funny thing happened to be on the way the show you folks at home. Folks at home, get a load of that. I was. Listening to that, we should have bought the chicken ranch. I was trying to listen to that and I was trying to read our finance. Hey, get onto that mountain lie I'd like to get a load of free bird. Will you turn him on Sylvan? Okay. Guys alligator I thought you said Bagpipe. With he gets land. Sylvan. You didn't hear the whole Joe Alligator. I thought you said Bagpipe. GotTa remember to try that on the boys during back on till. Then we're probably nothing something. All right. Well, you're relaxed Valmont. We've only had them off for eleven seconds. Now, what could he do in eleven seconds? Well. Hope you enjoyed our cat fuel version of Oklahoma. Robbers a car unless you suffered in the editing. Snap that up when you GonNa get around the ME. All right. All right. Now, Matt what is your problem again be Kinda. Tier Right. That universe that is true. However, I'm afraid it's the Kelaniya. Go right ahead two weeks trying to get in that Lousy Long Beach Line Up. And they wouldn't pay any mind. Now Mind at all you got some manners and what you call your world. It will just from I mean what manner? Gilpin I'm so Natta ten thousand girls on our planet. Jupiter it's amazing. Not the kind of universe, right? Right. So how come they wouldn't let me in. And you got a point there. That's my antenna. De. Look Miss Jupiter. How did you get here? I love my thoughts on them what do you think? Yes, I see it there. Why don't you climb all the way out of it? I have cried all the way out of it. I talked it outside just those wheels what about those wheels L. Real as you. So in delicately put, it happens to be my best feature them go that truly antennas at the go got Puke faction up. Got, shapely wheel. Yeah. Been Pretty shapely at that. You. Point. In. Them. They went to the Miss Universe contest. They shame it's been the nation is what it is. If you'RE GONNA run the next world context rather Miss World contest have you gonNA run and Miss Universe contact Let's be tolerate the ball plan. That's. Nicely put. But Look Miss Jupiter. Me Zuzu. All right look Zuzu honey practically. Married. Yeah. But I ain't married and I'm over eighteen belief that could do is get a couple of model jobs like Leona. Game I'm just wondering if your height had anything to do with your being ruled out how tall are you? Wine. In High, real Think, that's tall. No I had in mind the other way round well Paul. Bite, you'll put a buddy. About. The measurements back. Yeah how `Bout them measurements? What are they? Thirty, nine, thirty, nine, thirty, nine. o'clock. You can count on me believe me. Well, of Zuzu, we'll try and get you a couple modeling jobs. Get me a cup Leah Okay I'll give them a bug over fantasy and science fiction. Treat, the back. Well. From Week to week in this spot, you know we will be bringing you somewhat unusual elements including the truth about tree toads. I build it yourself. Great Wall of China. Kit. And, a child psychologist only four years old. The night however, we take you through the magic of radio to Romantic Laguna beach where the skin divers Mandolin Club is holding their annual festival. Every Laguna. Old purply. Regard, in Laguna. has an a sight to behold. Picture.
The Origins of the Ouija Board
"I've been investigating the paranormal world and metaphysical world for the past couple of weeks yesterday. I reviewed rain. Clervoy end and me a psychic and owner of Psychic Boutique here in Ashland Oregon and I asked him a question about a Ouija board. Got a really interesting answer so I thought it would only be appropriate to store in today's podcast about of Ouija board in the small seaside town of Dungeon a spay. The bodies of seventy five year old Eric Warden to seventy two year old life billboard were found on the beach without a mark on either body their clothes were so would sea water. An autopsy reported indicated. That water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. At twilight. The couple's adult son Clayton Ward. Came up from California but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and Clayton had to get back to his job as technology specialist for the Silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the Dungeness Bay. Police was when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one a patent was granted to Elisha bond for the OUIJA board but one of the first mentions of the method used with the Ouija board is found in Asia around eleven hundred eighty in historical documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of Ohio produced by Charles Kenner following the American civil war. Mediums did significant business in presumably allowing survivors to contact lost relatives. But talking board would be created named in Baltimore Maryland in eighteen ninety but the use of talking bores was so common in eighteen. Eighty six that. The News reported the phenomena as taking over the spiritualist camps in Ohio. Six months after his first visit to Dungeness Bay Clayton more return with a list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murder of his. Paris seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in Steve Hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that Eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking it. He was unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. However when asked by the police where he got the clues Clayton Ward replied that he belong to a small group that used the Ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted. His father's spirit told him. Steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged them into the waves thinking they would be washed to sea where they would drown but he was on a word that it was low tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. Further Toll Clayton that. If the police went to Steve's house they would find the bloody tire. Iron used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to California when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues. They found his address. Non-existent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the Apple Corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that Eric Milroy Ward owned a Ouija board and from a journalist kept learned that they were often the host of a spirit called. Zuzu Richie Board users will tell you that Zuzu is that demon spirit of the Ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those of hold the door open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was the door that allowed to pass back and between this world his shot. In which world is he
"zuzu" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"The twenty ninth can hear chimes louisianans Joan Whitcomb stone at Liliana 's in that gets going You at do. six thirty drench, I'm shows also at six thirty mil Dula is at the brink loans in that gets going at eight o'clock tonight. And REBA is at cafe KOTA at eight PM, the seasoning tomorrow, June, the thirtieth cliff Frederickson point Qatar Louis onus for brunch at ten thirty. Am in the new village jazz band is coming grown at eleven AM to moral moving hit, two Tuesday, the second Adria Smith What and please Clifford or accent don't Louisiana's grow. at five thirty PM, then judge James is at louisianans Yes. at six PM new bridges GM at nursery cabaret at eight thirty Please don't Tuesday you know. in the five points jazz collected at the Meese some loans, and that is a. Nine o'clock show. Com on Ted be sensible keys about trio it. is it alchemy, and that is a ten o'clock show. Then Be Wednesday the third your. jury module, it out owes at five thirty gypsy. Swing open gym at funk factory. It's thirty the northwestern's at the malt house at seven thirty pm then Thursday, July, the fourth independence day, pancreatic steel bend is at the moment. Mona community festival July fourth, and that's at two o'clock. I would The check sovereign for all these other through. gigs, and July the fourth Colin advanced to make sure that they are happening can Wheaton at Louisiana's at five thirty. Jim Erickson plane jazz at louisianans Two-time at six o'clock into. Thursday, just jam at zuzu cafe at seven pm Thursday, and Latin Jim it Rabin courtyard, nine pm on Thursday, Friday, the fifth by kirwin quartet. Role. It's Leaney's at six P M in Mandela's quartet at cafe coda at eight PM on Friday, the fifth, and then when gig from Bankroll. Saturday, the sixth, and this went sponsored by wwl T Madison read in the band the time.
"zuzu" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"They have elephants that have been rescued from the traditional industry, and tourists are not allowed to get close to the elephants. This is probably the only interaction that tourists will get wilder here. It's next time able to feed each of the elephants bananas, and you can see this barrier. Is there mostly for? To prevent people from going into the elephant. Elephant grounds. So it's voluntary elephants poem for snack time. And then they can leave whenever they want. So it's a sustainable option for elephant tourism in the area. So in these attractions are technically legal. Right. You know what kind of action can be taken either on the part of the industry, or on the part of the consumers? Yes. So I think it's really important to know that everything that's going on in Thailand with elephants, and Tigers, etc. These are a legal activities. The all league. Yes, everything. That's that's happening that we described that you just heard are above board and legal and authorized by the government. Nothing. Seen is nothing wrong with what is happening. Right. Exactly interesting. Now, we mentioned earlier the role of social media in popularizing these attractions. I know I for one have been dying to go to Thailand thinking, a while the first thing I want to do is take photos with the elephants, because that's what everyone does on my Instagram feet. But what else has changed about the industry if anything that's exactly the issue of ethics here? Yes. So I think what you describe is actually a really common desire. You know, you people love animals. They wanna get close to them. You go to Thailand and absolutely. One of the things most people. I wanna do based on a year of reporting talking to dozens of tourists is get close to an infant. So I think that, yes, this is exasperated by the fact that I mean first of all these activities are nothing new, this is not something that's popped up in the last few years by any means. But what really has changed? The game is social media. So just as you describe you may be scrolling through our Instagram feed. See a friend or even just, you know, celebrity or influence or that you may follow having this beautiful picturesque experience with an elephant, and you might think. Wow. I really want to do that as well. So what social media functions as essentially viral advertising intentionally or not for these experiences, zuzu wrote on our Facebook page. Please stop writing elephants and camels swimming with dolphins taking photos with any animal, you are participating in and funding their abuse. Right. So I think that the key thing here is that most people do not want to hurt an animal, most people, do not want to think that they're contributing to any sort of abuse. So what I think is important to remember is that it's extremely important to do your homework to do your research. If you don't want to be to think that you may be contributing to these activities than you really wanna research ahead of time. What you're getting into before you pay your money at the door to buy a ticket, but also before maybe post it to social media and recommended to your friends and family. You wrote in your reporting that you're most concerned about elephants and Tigers why. Right. I think the nature of the elephant, and tiger industry in Thailand, and I keep bringing up Thailand because it's where we reported from for. So long is massive part of the tourist Connie. So there are about thirty hundred captive elephants in Thailand. And a huge majority of them are part of the tourism industry, and they're so popular and remained so popular that these experiences are something that is a huge sort of dimension of this wildlife tourism industry Tigers, I'm glad you brought them up because they're. Are two very popular experiences with Tigers. Well in Thailand one is snuggling tiger club. A close you'll go to a facility, you'll have a baby tiger, you'll be able to cuddle it for five minutes, and then sort of move on, on other really popular activity is posing with adult tiger cubs, like right next to them. Getting your photo taken. But what people may not realize is that tiger cubs are often speed bread for this industry, which means they are their mothers are bread over and over there taken from their mothers after birth and Tigers are only little for so long. So in order to always have new baby Tigers to cuddle a business half to always have no baby Tigers. So I think that that's maybe something people don't realize just going for a few hours coming up. We'll discuss tips for ethical animal encounters on vacation. We're speaking with Natasha daily writer and editor for National Geographic, I'm sash, I'm glad to be with you. You're listening to one A from WMU.
"zuzu" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Go to the link there ratios biography in your biography. You are you're one of the founders of zuzu the natural Mexican chain. That would that was that was a great entrepreneur story too. Two. Back in eighty nine. Actually. So it help crabs and better July nineteen eighty nine and turned it into it wasn't number of stores. Everything was back, then everything was processed again. And it was. Five or casual dining created the time because that's exactly what they want. They go. I do. I love your fall. Food brands and ballista and a little bit about food. And but with the quality of casual dining, I remember zoos zoos at Hillcrest was iconic for more than a decade. Yeah. I know I'm. On a one amount of doubts. Pose for the least run out off the thirty of that would album Addison them out of well, the by and just close to go that with with my boys. You know, we maybe. Very fat. But anyway, but we have to that all about hell them taking care of yourself and a balance of life that you can have, you know, night bowl of wine, beer, or whatever and barbecue. And then the next day you have put a Jew and that the balance and the died as I'm sure you know, Spencer is like ninety percent of the game. If you take care of your.
"zuzu" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"No. I'm just thinking about new tactics. My dog I'm gonna teach. That will be interesting. If we go because we could also go against each other in the Super Bowl, we could go, you know, your falcons will never go against. Oh, yeah. Yeah. New stadium. Dan got a new team. We are not getting better. Either kills me too. Because you guys were in the off season. We haven't made any like we got it new offensive coordinator. But it's like a guy that was there before going to tell you the falcons honestly for like five years. I have thought they are no kidding top four contenders in the NFC, and it's just been forty fart except for. They did make the Super Bowl. And then of course, we know what happened there, but it doesn't seem right. If feels like they've had all these weapons way. And now they're weapons are a little long in the tooth. It's kinda. Yeah. I know who he is not as like the young Julio that we used to have. And we have some great, you know, obviously, some great prospects. And like, I'm sure we'll we'll draft. Well, we always do. But it's more. I think it's I thought that Dan Quinn's like way of doing things was great. But I don't know if that's right anymore. I will say you're stadium is magnificent. Thank you enjoyed seen many games. They're surprised how many game the Braves the falcons, Georgia BULLDOGS. I'm so used to getting close and then not winning. So at this point. I'm like, there's nothing you can do to hurt me steel curtain inside your dog could attack me, but he'll probably break his jaw on the chainmail around your heart. Exactly. Wait, tell us. He's in the tournament Chandler. We just totally go over that. So the first game is Duke against Michigan state going to get their ass. Whooped? Michigan state's kinda hot right now. Tom Tom zuzu is oh is his red. Hot will also Duke like we said has been dodging bullets. I don't think they can dodge this Michigan state. They definitely don't look as good as they did like a couple years ago when they had just like those giant like the four horsemen of the apocalypse and their team. But I think that I don't know I think Michigan state has all momentum, right? Game. Yeah. That's the east conference. All right. And then the west is Gonzaga and Texas Tech won that game today. So now, Texas Tech is in the final four and south is Virginia. And Perdue Virginia Purdue are playing right now as as we're speaking right now, and I think close. Bust and ask Purdue has been on fire. Yeah. But but Virginia's got a deep bench because. Yeah. I mean Virginia, but they almost lost sixteen. No. No. Ooh. Hope it's eighty to seventy funny you say that because I obviously everybody remembers last year Virginia was a number one seed and they lost a sixteen which had never happened in the history of the tournament. And then this year they were number one seat and they were losing at halftime to sixteen. And I thought oh my God. They do it two years in a row. Like, I think they'll cancel the program. I think they'll just cut the program out. They'd have to. And then the midwest is Auburn in Kentucky. Yeah. Auburn kentucky. And boy, I don't know who wins that one. I'll be honest. It just shows who shows up if the juggernaut still alive, but I sometimes you win a big game. Like Auburn just took out UNC. You know, it could go either way you either keep it rolling..
"zuzu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"zuzu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"zuzu" Discussed on WTVN
"One Randy. So our tattletale it's unbeatable untouchable and all that. Right. This is this goes hand in hand. So so yesterday in the you know, Armageddon blizzard, we're all trying to this survive. So my wife's trying to help comes homes puts purse down the way her keys were in her purse puts the alarm on instant will the alarm goes off. We don't know we're outside data that. Well, here comes Westerville PD you're wearing that hat. You look a little shady, and these guys are so awesome. So Westerville officers, and they both listen to the show, which is really cool. Most most police officers do like our show real police officers, and he said we got talking on the driveway. And I am so sorry. I said it's cool when we start joking around about drought bad drivers. And everybody was in ditches yesterday. We the people to slow down when it snows. They drive like old people like, you know, that old person on a freeway going on our don't drive slow dry. I mean bad habits, but when it snows people give fearless. And I love when people have a four wheel drive vehicle, and they say to me. Well, I got four wheel drive, you know, ice doesn't ever send out a memo saying, hey, if you got four wheel drive, I'm not gonna have tree four wheel drive does not stop you from going into a ditch and get you out of the ditch. Once you enter the ditch if you're lucky, but people just use common sense when it snows. That's when you drive like grandpa and grandma you don't drive like that. But when it rains they putter, but when it's snowing everybody drives like there's nothing going on. So no big deal. So that's Alsir, but westerly police department. Thank you. They were there in a timely manner. And they were there to protect me. And I can't thank you enough that I know. My house getting broken into tattletale gets. You then Westerville be close behind Amy of you've been saved on the roadways. Yes. I have no problems for you at all. No. What are you Dr Amy? I drive a Volkswagen Jetta. Okay. How many miles round? Now. You've had a while. There's about one hundred twenty twenty. Nice court next door now Amy joins us, Amy heck is CPA and owner r h w CPA's, and you tease to as we went to break that you had a big announcement to make right? Yes. We now have our third office location near the San Francisco Bay, California. That's why that happened. So we have some business contacts out there and it just worked out. So we have ten new employees. Great. And we'll be able to help our clients office manager, I called it. San Francisco you fit in good San Francisco. Thank you, very much San Francisco's as bad as the media, portrays as it got really nice neighborhoods is everybody of a homeless guys laying on the sidewalk shooting up everywhere. There's some good and bad areas. Is it that dramatic is like Detroit, you got the two good blocks and everything around it's bad. Now. It's not like, okay. I've never been. I've never been San Francisco. No. I have not been there. Nope. I love. I I think of the high speed chases and the old Clint Eastwood move bullet and everything like that Aaron and I've been to twenty of the major league ballparks, but we missed like northern California San Francisco, Oakland and up to Seattle to trip. So when you so you you made this big move. You guys got a accounting firm CPA firm there and. As a person who lives in Ohio won't you do everything possible to be out there. This time of year. Gotta go. It was hard coming back this week to this now. Now, you mentioned you have a third location with that being the third what are the other two locations? So we have one in Dublin, and we have one in Westerville, okay? Who's your favorite client the car guys truckers whose? Oh, please. No, no, no, not your favorite client clients. Like what what's your us? Do everything. Don't you love every type of client? I mean, we have the individual tax returns to the big business owners. So it's awesome. I've been with them since day one there they save my butt all the time. And she rolls her eyes. When my stuff comes in the mail, but she gets it done. That's all matters to me. Is boost difficult to deal with as a client? No, he's not my stuff's a cluster. One problem people have when they're trying to do their taxes when they get ready for April the fifteenth. What's the big mistake that historically they make one of the biggest specially relating to cars is they forget if they have a small business to give us their mileage so in two thousand eighteen you get fifty four and a half cents per mile deduction. Good. Wow. Have to add that by the way, if you have a question for Amy she's here the rest of the hour six one four seven nine three nineteen fifty seven. We're going head back the phone lines. We've got Dana online one Dana. How can we help you out? Good morning. You guys morning. Yes. First of all, I have some knocking on one thousand nine hundred six Honda little bit knocking it and the engine and boots. Someone told me that Lucas upper cylinder lubricant fuel injector cleaner would help. What do you think? It may as it knocking like, okay. When you first start the car after it sits for twenty say say you have that weekend where you know Sunday rolls around. You didn't last time. He drove it with Saturday morning on Monday. You go jumping does it. Knock like crazy. When initially starts on not real crazy. Just just until gets warmed up. Okay. So I wouldn't lose sleep over it. Because the what's happened the car sits and all the oil runs all way, the bomb the oil pan. Okay. So it takes a second. And that's a knocking noise you're getting. But if you're only getting it start is not good on the motor. So you may go a little thicker or that synthetic blend or. Was. What is the semi synthetic? Okay. You you don't really want to go full synthetic. And because that's when oil full synthetic is really thin, and they'll find any oil leaky may have. But you do have a Honda. They don't leak most of the time. So you probably could venture in go down full synthetic, and that would probably do away with the knock noise, you're dealing with it because full synthetic sticks to all the components, even if it sits for a long time. So the the top of the motor never runs dry like synthetic planned or a conventional oil that makes sense when when do you think Honda will be out with her passport? Well, good question. And I checked Marcello for starchy is going to be up here from Tremaine haunted nine Forty-five. They've got I think five in house already. Oh, yeah. No, I have not because I think they're in the back lot. And I have not been out there yet. But. Going to be up in about twenty minutes from right now, but they have them already. They're five and house. There were six they sold one yesterday was told you still have five left. So I would say it's worth the trip to come over to sixty seven fifteen sawmill road today. Check it out. And here's the thing. It's not like the original passport with that zuzu rodeo cluster massive, you know, what of I can't put Honda ever did that which affiliates self, but they did. And I remember Rosie Perez rodeos zuzu trooper remember now, what was his name David leisure who was Josue. Whereas you dropped the ball. One of the best car commercials ever was Joe zuzu, and some, you know, fresh out of college know, it all advertising agency came in and said that's stupid. That's changed up. Zoos gone. Ninety percent of the ad agencies are worth about ten percent. Him percent of them are fabulous. They understand our show. So many of them look at our show, and they go your car show niche by sorry. I'm they don't look at numbers. Then look the reached in a look at our social presence. Then look at the fact that we do live remotes live shows and everything else. How do we not have oil and gas on this show? It's amazing. Great grudge for our people have disposable income. They don't live in the basements smoking dope. They have their own house working or they're retired. You know, he's book. There you go. That's the truth though. If you let gamers Randy, you know, they're the best they get online, man. I tore this guy up. Yeah. Dude. Anyway. Thanks for that. Call amy. I've got to ask you something. Now, what made you get into the accounting business. First of all, it's not something when you're five years old. You wanna be a firefighter or police person or something like that? When did, you know, you say, I'm going to be a certified public accountant? I knew when I was a sophomore at UD. Okay. Took an accounting class and loved it. And surprisingly, I love taxes, you love taxes say that mixed company. I can right. We talked about you know, one mistake. The people always make do you see next year the tax laws becoming more stringent or lenient? Is there any way to predict? Or is it the one of the difficult parts of your job? You never know. What's going to happen from year to year, that's one of the difficult things year to year things change some of the tax laws though, have are set for the next five years or so so one of the other big things for small business owners is if you buy a heavy vehicle. Title. There's one hundred percent bonus depreciation for twenty eighteen. So if you buy a sixty thousand dollar heavy truck that's one hundred percent business. You get to write off one hundred percent of that's good. That's the way it should be. Yes. I mean, I. You don't like Trump or not? Okay this. But I guarantee someone who doesn't like Trump comes in your office loves these new deductions. Yeah. I mean, I've seen in doing projections and everything for people this year about sixty percent of people benefit from this tax loss. And then guess what if the owner saves money their employees are gonna make especially a working guy face it? There are guys at dig ditches for a living and they make twenty five bucks an hour. But you know, what that guy says one hundred thousand dollars on his taxes? He may pay that guy twenty eight bucks an hour, and that that one hundred sixty bucks a week and his check could buy his natty lights. So you can watch NASCAR on Sunday. Don't judge that guy. All he wants, Amy. Again, more information about your company. Your website is WWW dot H W, CPA's dot com and your phone number is four three four four nine three eight one and your phone number in San Francisco is. That one. I don't know yet. Ask Randy your new office manager, right? We're gonna take a break on the other side. Wow. I can tell you can feel the love already. We'll have more of the program. We'll talk to Russ and Jim we'll talk to Ray Joseph from Vance outdoors, and we'll have Marcello for start. Here's well to right here on Pepsi's. Auto smarts, presented by germainhondaofdublin on NewsRadio. Six ten WTVN ever. Need a truck for projects around the house for a minivan for weekend adventures with family, wouldn't it be fun to try.
"zuzu" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"And if you do like, Jesse said, still pretty entertaining. My my thing is like like throttle it like don't block it. Because again, it's like almost like a. A child you say no to this. Then they thought what does that mean to do that thing? It makes you want to do that thing more throttle if they want it to not be. Viral or ubiquitously spread on their platform. They can identify those types of videos and just throttle. The reach of those videos. Eliminating it don't even make an announcement. Just make them not say. And then when they're not successful people stopped posting them people. They wanna post right? They could have totally coerced this behind the scenes, and nobody this wouldn't be news. And now we're all going, well, then I'm gonna find a new place to post my videos. You know, what I mean, surely wouldn't be legally responsible for somebody who gets injured doing something that they're gonna post to YouTube. I can't see I can't think of what no way they'd be seen as encouraging this. I think everyone needs to realize what the stakes are here. The stakes are some watching someone dance down the side of the road going KiKi. Do you love me and to see sheer panic rush over their face when they realize that the car that is movie with no one behind the wheel is going much faster than to try to. All you, see all your. Here's a scream them footsteps running at in the car smash into park. Police car are the stakes. That's what we're risking from the internet forever. We need really firmly defined about because like I'm thinking about like bloopers on like on movies where like the boom Mike falls over and hits you on the head is now also going to be like a yes are the snowflakes gonna be triggered by that. Now who knows who knows YouTube who knows this is incredibly high. Speaking of I've found I think probably never listeners will be. We'll be familiar, and I think most of you will be too with the old nineteen eighties BBC narnia series for member. Zu costume made me watch that. I love zoo bolaise Zeus, so my own on YouTube. Of course, the bloopers the unwritten ab-, our existing the exist on YouTube and watching there's a lot of good ones on there, including like malfunctions with as lands big puppet. Head or whatever. But the best ones were definitely the beavers who if you remember their costumes kind of like little cocoons like didn't really have use of their arms or feet. So they kind of just wobble around these to fully grown adults in in beaver costumes that limit their mobility down shuffling, basically with their feet in one of these videos, Mr. beaver waddles himself off camera, and you immediately here this doll. Pass over and he has fallen and slimmed-down a snow drift because he can't use his arms. I saw really funny one to the guy. Mr Thomas got mauled by an actual lion onset. That was. Weird crush as a kid on the FOX zebu? I love bullies. Joe watch it. No. Woken out Chandler, nobody. Nobody. That love that guy. There was either as any like romantic awakenings. Watch the show, but I'm gonna look that up zoo. Bolaise Zale bull. Yeah. I just thought wasn't in a FOX the kind of he was like the dramatic theatrical. I think he it all my. Yeah. Yes. It was great. Oh, no, y'all need to Google the zuzu FOX to see what Annie's romantic earnings as a young girl. Avid was thing. Yeah. No. That's the one. That's. This find the right character. It wasn't the FOX the FOX. It was a chair. Surely, it was the bear. It was Kinda he's kinda kinda. he's kinda cool. He's got a little baseball cap or the bear. Yeah. I fear young any was deviant. If she was had some of these. See that's what you can't say that. For sure. I I didn't mean to didn't mean to to imply. He was so fun. Here's a fun. Oh, gosh. You should look them up. Like, where's he now? And then maybe his college up ironically mauled by a lion, tragically, a YouTube hilarious. All right. I'm moving moving slices along. I know any said on the show. She said is the best she's ever brought..
"zuzu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Listen carefully. I believe that the sedan station wagon and pickup truck over part. Thank you. Mark. The hospital some night and take the bolts off wheelchairs. The classic Andy Griffith show. No doubt about it. I'm dated Serio. Good morning to you. And welcome to you ought to know every Saturday morning eight to ten right here on WCBS wanna remind you that you could take WCBS, and you ought to know with you on your phone or your tablet or watch it on your computer at home if you like at W dot com, all the great audio with no static. No interruptions, all bailable at WCBS dot com. Take us along with you. All right. Let's go to the phones. We've got Ross in Pasadena. Hey Ross how you doing pretty good. Pretty good. Not so good tomorrow. It's going to be six degrees here. I heard I heard it was good. Well, no, I I don't feel. I don't feel good. I one of the reasons why I'm here. But I certainly don't wish it on you guys. I love to see you get some warm temperatures over there. I know it's going to warm up soon. But tomorrow's gonna be a rough day. It is I have a little eight ninety four zuzu truck pickup. Has about eighty two thousand miles on it. She uses it take debris to the landfill. When I started up. It it screeches. I. A fan belt. Let's do it for about maybe six seconds. And then it's fine. And then I'll drive it it's fine. But that's what happened to it. Well, either have some kind of product on anybody's sprayed something on the belt. Do you have or you have something binding up sometimes a water pump or a power steering pompon? A c compressor is binding up. And it's not ready to start the belt is, and that's why you hear the screeching sound probably probably does your AC work on your zoo. I don't have air conditioning. Okay. Not even from the factory never had air conditioning. No, okay. So it's a basic truck, and it does not have air. A small little truck, and I ended up to the local mechanic s and they said, they check the belts. They said, it seems fine. You know, the belt. And they're going to have to see this happen. In other words, you'd have to drop it off the night before. And let them see the start up in the morning. What they're going to be looking for is. What is not starting exactly the same? In other words, what you're crank cranks over the belt goes onto the other pulleys, your alternator, your water pump your power steering pump. For example, one of them is dragging. Yeah. Deering? It's just a string truck. It is a basic truck up. You still have an old alternator, and you still have water pumps so slowly. But surely because of the lack of features on your vehicle, we're eliminating things so far we can't be your power steering your air conditioning. It can be your can't be your water pump, which is the most likely or the alternator. Okay. All right. Look for that. Would you ask him to do is drop it off the night before? Right. And make sure they have the hood open and someone out looking at the hood underneath the hood. When somebody else starts, the vehicle can take a look at take a look and see what's happening. All right. Great. Okay. That gives me a clue. Okay. One other thing just to let you know that that belt made need tightening. Okay that could possibly help. But normally, but needs tightening, you sometimes get a squeeze at other times only startup it. Usually means something is slow lane behind. Check, the tightness of the belt also. Okay. We'll do. Thanks. Thank you. Fred is in New Orleans. Good morning to you. Mr fred. Fred are you there? Well, we we must have lost. Fred he was in New Orleans, Louisiana. And we're sorry. We lost them. But hopefully, he can call back. Let's go to our other caller John in false in good morning team. Mr john. Oh, come on guys. It's not that early in the morning and had this all happen. All right. Well, we must have lost John too. So either Pepe scared them away or they couldn't hang on for a few moments. When you do make a call to me. And I'm hoping that you do at four ten WCBS six eighty probably in most cases, we'll be holding on for at least ten minutes. I do my best to get to everybody in order as quickly as possible. And we do that on the show, but we'd love to give us a call at four ten w CDM's six eighty four one nine two two six six eighty also. Of course, don't forget that you also have the other phone number for the long distance toll free one eight hundred WCBS six eighty well. By the way, Chrysler is recalling more than one point six million vehicles worldwide. Replace you best you got Takata airbags. Some of them are still on the front passenger airbag inflators that can be dangerous. Over the last number of years, at least twenty three people have died from that problem worldwide, not just Chrysler. But most Beagles the Honda's have more deaths than any other manufacturer at this time. But twenty three people have lost their lives possibly due to the airbags situation with tocado. This particular recall covers twenty ten through fifteen through sixteen Jeep Wrangler. Twenty ten ram thirty five hundred forty five hundred and fifty five hundred chassis cab trucks, the twenty Ted at eleven dodge Dakota at the twenty ten through fourteen dodge challenger muscle car, and a twenty eleven through fifteen dodge charger sedan and a twenty ten through fifteen Chrysler three hundred sedan all included in this latest recall of one point six million vehicles. Let's go to the phones we've got Donald all the. Eastern shore. Good morning. Donald morning days. How you doing, sir? I'm not bad. Good. And if you remember the gentleman that had the heater that was only working part of the time. Do you? Remember, what vehicle that was? Yes. There was an Astro van ninety three Astro van. Okay. I thought it was a Chevy early early van. I I had the same thing. And. I had four it was where the passenger sits. There's a there's a wire harness connector. And I walked out that Hornets after I chase the problem. Just like he did. Right. And it was passengers would kick it, and it just shorted out to the liars. Okay. I thought it in a new connector and the the problem was fixed. It might not be ex. But it worked for me. Very good. Well, we appreciate you giving out that info, I'm sure he's still listening, and hopefully that's going to be helpful to them. I appreciate that. Yes, sir. All right. You have a great day. Thanks again. Donald. Thank you. All right. Bye bye. Now, that's a good fix. And again, I'm not sure if the Astro van is wired the same way as the full size Chevy vans. But back in ninety three a very good possibility that GM did that also the Astro van. So that gentleman Mr. Ed TV hill check that out taking a break back in just a few moments. Dave cereal by request by Email, the racket tours and this new song from them Sunday driver. Vixen teas my mechanic at ninety.
"zuzu" Discussed on Car Talk
"All right. My name is John Finley. I'm from Minneapolis Minnesota. Hi, John, John, what's up? Well. I have an zuzu trooper it's an automatic. And as at builds up to shift into the next year. It makes a noise kind of growly noise. Coming goals. Like that. And and then it shifts kinda roughed into the next gear. And it doesn't do it every time but probably seventy percent of the time. And when you say, it's shifts rough was that mean sort of feels like it's building up, you know, to shift like you can hear the PM's the engine increasing. Then all of a sudden, it goes room and shifts into the next year. Right. When it makes that noise. Yeah. And how long has this been going on six months? During which time other than calling us you've done nothing about it. No. I haven't been anywhere. I've been waiting to talk with you guys. Yeah. Well, that was the right thing to do. Because it would cost a lot of money going anywhere. The option of selling the truck. The transmission guys would not have given you. That's right. It could be something as simple. Go ahead as insufficient. Transmission fluid. Okay. Well, you didn't even check that. I haven't checked that. Oh, so you really have done nothing. You're right. I'm busy Joan buys by the philosophy of it ain't broke wait. It will be it's my brother's. Absolutely, right. Of course, it could be something as simple as that. But only if you have led a very good clean life on the other hand, it could portend the end of the transmission, the my nervous. And that's why you haven't even open the hood, you chicken. All right on this thing hundred and something thousand four ninety four and what kind of driving has that been Ben? Oh combination mainly though, you know, just normal city driving and that type of thing some highway driving but more city than highway. It's more likely than strength that the transmissions did. Because in the city, it has to shift more time. Right. Right. Whereas when you're on the highway, you get into high, and that's it for our to take it into your rope local repair shop, and but before you do that, even you might wanna check the transmission fluid yourself. I will do that. Hopefully, you're gonna find that it's low and you have a small leak in the transmission cooler line and a twenty five cent hose clamp is gonna fix that. And all the right within worth don't. That'd be nice, John. Yes. But you never know. So it's either going to cost you, let's see a couple of bucks hose clamp twenty five dollars or twenty five hundred dollars. So we're gonna take the average. Okay. Twelve twenty to see you later. John. Yeah. We gave them hope. And then we I would have left him with just the loose colour line and N left at see I twenty five hundred dollars was unnecessary in hurt eight carts. That's eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello, you're on car talk..
"zuzu" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Zuzu? Oh. Will you go out for a beer when I ask you go for beer in the pouring rain when I ask you. Milo. That because we are faulty engineering here in the bone conducting drunken monkey radio anyway, Johnny guitar Watson and Cordell at the mile on the bone conduction music shows what I'd be trying to say that is called lonely girl. This is from some fine fine superfine, Johnny guitar Watson slab. More actually where that came from. For that. We checked out Etta James some earlier James reject dot, you know, what I mean on the phone conduction. This rock in the show on the radio. You know what? I mean. We've got a lot of that. Good stuff straight up ahead. We're gonna prove we come back right after this small short interlude. Give you time to get the store and get some beer or Pepsi or coke or mountain dew moon pies. Sure, you're back after this a break here. I'm gonna hit you over the head with Dinah Washington. I'm going to go out in the kitchen, make myself a salmon. Big fat one. Going down the side of my that'd be a good one. I have that sandwich. Made be ready for action. Just straight ahead. Take out one solid minute back. I'm gonna punching the time clock and sold on the bone conduction music insane anyplace else. Stick around. Hi, I'm pastor Toma from our savior Lutheran church and school in Hartland at our savior and Hartland. We don't have light shows projector screens or rock bands. But that's because we aren't trying to entertain you into Christianity or.