17 Burst results for "Zwart"

"zwart" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

The Mindful Coping Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

"In the script to the wii end. I mean that probably essentially late to an influx of other men coming into the group and more connections and more impacting things that it's all pretty exciting. Yeah i i have to. I really do honor you dick for you know for all the work that you've done for just taking this inspiration in this idea that you've had and all the effort that you're putting into this in your heart that you're putting into it coming across loud and clear it really is i. I knew that at the moment that i mentioned you were speaking about it and what was going to say to you. Is these days with time being as it is. I you know. I talked to so many people that are doing so many things that i can't get involved in everything so i have to but this one is like i need to think about. I want to be if we want him. And i'm so glad he's been this is just. I know we've been working together for a while. But yes and this has been amazing Has i guess. I'm guessing you feel it to. This is the tip of very large asparagus. I mean the beginning. And it's something it's not driven boy. It doesn't cost. Anything is subscription monthly subscription Money i'm not. I'm not going to send it back It's not out. it's not about money. Very hot centered. And i m one one thing. I am amazed is the everyone i mentioned it to or everyone who's attention. It comes to the instantly. Get the instantly feel. Yeah that's what happens when actually it's valuable. It's not let through these. How would unity waking as well. Ben the guy who started it is getting shorter narrowly. Hot set it Everything about that movement is completely pure and it reflects in the people within that movement. So you've got. Literally hundreds of people convening to bring these together different beliefs different nationalities different but also to different things and car and that is a heck of fate. I feel like when something is built on that purity of the hot it just resonates through everything that happens within that that groupul will whatever it is. It's just that's when magic happens so beautiful man and i really do. I honor you know you've been working a lot of hours and fitting a lot of effort into this. I can tell this is something that is really close to your heart. I mean it. it's very obvious. Yeah absolutely absolutely. And i mean even that saw if things temple of masculine as well the amount of men and women that have come forward main phenomenal paypal. It took me a while to get over the whole by talking to me syndrome. On this thing. I had a now long conversation. The other diet with ninety if american elder woman and are coming up to it because she has a reputation. She's a full meetable human. She's done the work She's unbelievable leading up to it on feeling very intimidated like it was just a meeting Anyway on i'm sitting. They finally and it was the complete opposite to what i thought it was And did not intimidating. It was just can't remember sky at always going somewhere guy all sna why. I was still ons. Yeah and i get the sense that you really that you were really speaking about the. It's not on a certain level..

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"zwart" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

The Mindful Coping Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

"Not sure that i was completely am. I really saying the right thing. Am i saying it the way to get into come across. So i'm also gonna say to you to that even for someone like myself who may be cubs of this from a little bit of a different viewpoint that this is so incredibly helpful because this is a learning experience for me as well. Yeah that's amazing. Because i mean this I look at myself To yee's compared to three decades and these other goes in the group the You would have seen joining mcgeough. He's taught advanced on the path. But that's one of the really beautiful things Hockey in there It doesn't matter if you to dicing twenty two decades role on an agent kill Isn't interesting and i think it's just amazing. The you'll still off the side long noticing. These things come up and that group. That group is triggering that in year to recognize that. That's the thing. I just think it's amazing that you becoming aware of that and then going that one step further finley sharing it. Because i'm the site. Yeah yeah it's in what. I really am finding that. It's it's literally learning by doing that. You know i i. There was a couple of times that i would. I commented on something that somebody shared. And i knew that my heart was in the right place. But it's like after i send like. Oh gosh i i really wondered you know was i really was i really conveying. What was here. And i remember literally second guessing myself and then i realized wait at. That's just part of the that's part of the process. That's the journey is just that that insecurity and that's why feel so healing for me to talk right now until there has been so used to having these conversations for years but yet i really felt almost inadequate in really unsure of myself. You know it felt like a two year old taking baby steps and the man. That's it's so healing really is it. Isn't it said. I thing is hot emojis raw.

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"zwart" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

The Mindful Coping Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on The Mindful Coping Podcast

"Making all absolutely and thank you so much. I'm so glad that you share that. Because it's what is so beautiful to me. Is that how quickly this is come together. But yet at the same time it seems that people are really rallying around it and that people are participating actively engaging you know in in in the facebook group in is used as you're thinking about you know being willing to share so openly. I've been really beautiful to see a guy shared guy sharing things that you have to really wonder what you know what this be like. If they didn't have this outlet to be able to share these things to feel comfortable that they can share in space. You know that without judgment or without having to me without any fear worry about you know sharing so openly. I think i think one of the big strengths realism sort of struggle with these because necessarily lock the separation than and things like that making it. Men unle has played a role. And i did put that question to the Started because i wanted to gauge their. Id's on that and they were pretty unanimous that that they wanted to keep it Just for men. And i think that's i think that's a strength at least at the moment because i mean there are still I guess outdated id's and on on guilty of it And you probably less likely to share in an environment With the women rant open. Because maybe you wanna fit into the paradigm of of being masculine may be paying a bit more tough aware The guys do seem to feel fairly comfortable in a in a man. Iron non judgmental environment Sharing oh yeah it. Just i was gonna ask. You just came to be just at the moment as you're sharing that i have to wonder to. This is just the first time i've realized this that you think in some ways this gives other men who were listening or commenting..

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"zwart" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The way people to talk to begin to develop a positive white anti racist identity, you know, to lay a foundation because speaking for myself. I was Was heavily conditioned, growing up in America as a white person, especially as a white man. I was heavily conditioned to believe it, and without it, you know, no one ever had to say it the superiority of white men. But every time I pull a dollar bill out of my pocket every time I see a coin growing up seeing movie posters turning on the news, every president's everywhere I looked up, I saw white men in positions of power. And I thought that's the way it was supposed to be. And psychologically what that does is really twofold. You know one it it creates for me internalized racism, of course, white supremacy, but it also Uh, you know, so I'm acting out on that. But then it's it also just, you know, I begin to think that that's the way it's supposed to be, which you know spiritually. Meant to me that there was no way I could access my own humanity under those conditions of sort of internalized hierarchies, so constructive conversations, you know, we just said, come as you are. It's a place for white people to come in and You know, Sitting two tables. Let's talk because I realized I could have lived my entire life without ever understanding systemic racism and was ever without ever sitting at the table with other Um, similarly inclined white folks to begin to work through this stuff so that I could find my own personal liberation. But also I could find my sense of purpose and usefulness in dismantling this. This oppressive system. That's going so far. No, it zah great. Answer my questions. How's it going so far? Because it doesn't seem like it's an easy It's not like just turning a switch, right? I mean, it's not like flipping a light switch. This is this is Systemic, ingrained be before orange type of stuff and and trying to break norms that have been, you know, ingrained into our our fabric of our existence. Since before we exist, it is is difficult. Yeah, well, absolutely, And it's meant to remain invisible. I mean, certainly it's not invisible to black indigenous people of color. I mean, no It in no way. Is it invisible? But it is meant to be invisible for us white folks. And for the most part, I would say it is, you know, it's zweiten Supremacy is effective. It's been, you know. 400 years of working just the way it was meant to work, but but to answer your question, it's going well because more people you know this this past summer was really a A turning point for a lot of white folks. Really getting e e mean even my mother, you know, it was started to see something she hadn't seen for 80 years. She could you know it had been in existence, but she saw it for the first time. As it is so and also because we're in the zoom era. Now, people from anywhere in the country or the world can can come to our gatherings. We have seven a month. It's constructive white conversations dot org's on Gui really figured out a system that Zwart King very well for people who want to go deeper into anti racism and I would say Collective liberation. Okay, I'm glad I got you started on that. Yeah, Come join us. It's really It's a very moving experience to have and t get that sense of Understanding and to get a sense of purpose and usefulness around these, these issues is really important and meaningful. Okay, I'm gonna Jump subjects. I like this. I want to go toe constructive white conversations that org, But I got other questions. Yeah, um When you get back to doing shows. You're doing something called sensory friendly shows, And that's you, Nick Witty. I don't hear a lot of people talking about that. So can we hear a little about what makes AH show a sensory friendly show is compared to just going to see Regular, family friendly event. Sure, So I think sensory friendly means different things to different people. Oftentimes when folks here sensory friendly, they think, and it means the student is a show or an event that is specifically for adults or Children on the autism spectrum. When we talk about sensory friendly, we are really talking about again. Come as you are a show that is for everybody. And when we when we look at that we're thinking about the ways in which it's inclusive and accessible to people. So in our shows even before we were calling it sensory friendly it really I think we were still we're tapping into the essence of sensory friendly where we have parts for the audience to do. There's something for everyone that we know there's not one way to be in music, so just really just tapping into what folks need. Opening the door wider so that more people feel considered on been vital to the party. As a music therapist. I know in working with families, one of the challenges that many of them faced was having this sort of split family dynamic where One parent might be doing something with the child with a disability while the other parent is doing this with the child who doesn't have a disability, and so there wasn't a lot of opportunities for them, too. Have these social interactions as a family unit. So same thing was shows, you know, as we know, and we, the theater environment sometimes isn't as inclusive as we like to think it to be on Dhere ng from families to where it was. You know, we went to a show My child was Crying or my child couldn't sit in this seat for the entirety of the two hours And so we're getting looks for being shushed The Stig mother, the challenges that families face, so we work with presenters. We work with the people there to really make sure that we create the conditions where Audience members can come truly comes. They are if they want to jump up and dance during. Ah ballot, a slow song they can do that, and that's totally accessible on and also having spaces that might be For folks who may be overly stimulated or just need a time out for whatever reason, and I just need to recharge that they could still be a part of the overall experience. And, you know there might be a modern, modern monitor in there where they can still see what's happening on the stage and some sensory, tactile things possibly up there, too..

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"zwart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Think it zwart sharing Want To share it with you. Tony Katz 93. W I b c Good morning. I am not an expert. On gets. I don't know It's dad. Sada God sad as a D. The professor. He deals in behavioral science. He's the author of the parasitic Mind. Have not read the book. I'm going to now. Read the book. And I'm going to read the book. Because He on Social media. Got into a very quick back and forth with Seth Rogan, the actor, the comic who is He's all sorts of super tough guy. On on Social media. Right. He's the guy who, you know, uh, went after Ted Cruz and called me a fascist all these kinds of things. Um He talked about Seth Rogan being a classic example of a video that that He's a part of And Seth Rogan responds and says, I watched the video and it's so stupid. Why was I left wing Socialist when I was broke and unemployed, according to your brilliant theory. Well. I want you to hear this response. Gadd Saad says Thanks for watching many young people are socialists when they're driven by immature impulses of utopia. Then they grow up. You are a grown man with tons of money. Your current stances are rooted in vacuous. Empty. I think it's pronounced vacuous. There's a vacuous, vacuous, sorry, vacuous, empty, signaling rooted in the desire to belong in Hollywood. Well, how many times we've seen this where people engage positions because it puts them in line with the right people, as opposed to maybe having a strong belief for an idea that they put out there even if others disagree. With the thing. He continues its egg zero courage to hold your stance is within the entertainment ecosystem. You espouse Bs rhetoric that wins you points at the cool kids parties, But you are otherwise as ignorant does my out of order toaster. That's a pretty brilliant line. That's a brilliant line. But we've seen this when people talk about being brave. And while they're at the golden Globes of the Oscars, that spot espousing leftist politics is not bravery. Bravery would be. I voted for Trump and you're all crazy for not doing so that would be bravery. I mean, it's not as brave as going into battle, but it would still be more brave than saying we have to right the wrongs of injustice. It's not my fault. Hollywood is a big place. Go handle your handler yourself, right? Fix your own house. I'd be happy to chat with you on my show is you have a very large platform, and as such, you have the opportunity to make a difference. Now That's a smart move right. You get his people in there and you create a name for yourself. That's that's good. Marketing. Stop succumbing to the herd Mindset. Learn how to think. Critically learn the meaning and implications of socialism versus capitalism. You are among the most privileged people in the history of humanity now. This is where I found myself saying, Oh, somebody listens to the show. He writes your the among the most privileged people in the history of humanity. And yet you walk around as though you are a Che Guevara revolutionary. You are the product of capitalism. If you're such a socialist, send me some of your money. I'm trying to build an interdisciplinary research institute. Without your convictions. If your socialist you have no business being the beneficiary of the most capitalist industry in the most capitalist country in the history of humanity don't be a hypocritical fraud. Cheers, amigo. Now there's some little digs in there. They're not necessarily my style. But the idea that you're the most among most privileged people in human history and you walk around as though you're a taker of our revolutionary, This is the these are the facts. This is the truth. People talk about being oppressed. They're searching for something to be oppressed by Just the small it. I'm sorry, Juicy Chevalier, As as Dave spot would say was so not oppressed, he had to invent a reason to be oppressed. People do that all the time. That is part of the basis of things like critical race theory, an anti racism not to discuss real issues out there that do indeed exist, but to find ways to be insulted. Oh, it was a micro aggression. You're searching for ways to to be hurt. You are amongst the most privileged people in the history of humanity, being an American at this day and age and time. That's not me somehow not noticing reality. Those are the facts there undeniable And when people walk around angry and bitter and finding this one did me wrong and that one did me wrong and I have to fight against that because we've talked him. If you're not fighting injustice, you're not a real person. But there's no injustice in in a major government top down way, So you have to find anything to be the injustice. There are injustices are things wrong and they're worth fighting. But people go out searching for them and everything are angry, bitter people when they're amongst the most privileged in the history of humanity with that is a factual statement, and I love that it got made. No bone loss. He's got traffic.

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"zwart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I wanna tell you a little story that we're talking about the difference in agents. The differences between you know, selling house to me and in some into the house to somebody text you and bring this voicemail or whatever. It may be someone that knows how to think outside the box. I had somebody the other day, and I'm not gonna say who or whatever, I'll be very general about it, but just going through some hard times and even to sell her house. And didn't know what she was gonna do. Um, had a ah, unfortunately, had hadn't paid her h away bills and they're they're Kate actually came out to her house with, you know, do Ah, basically like sheriffs or closure. And She was called me up crying. And I said What? How can I best help you? And she's like why and I have no place to go. Well, she had a lot of equity and I'm like, Listen, let me let me do this way. How about we be structured? Deal? What would you like she goes, I need to be in this. You know, I need to be here for six months and then I could move. That's okay. That Zwart on that. How does that look and try to figure out how much that would cost me per month and I said, I'll tell you what, I'll buy the home. Yeah, Cash and then you don't have to pay rent for the next six months and well, you know, at the end of the six months you move obviously had to put up some money. You know that will be held in escrow just in case the house gets damaged or something doesn't happen. She's not out in six months. When you're seeing you seeing her put up somebody You're seeing the old back. Some of the money was going to get when we could just to make sure it's in good condition. Exactly. And she was so happy that I was able to come up with something like That and structure a deal that not anybody construction. That's the difference between working with someone's been in the business for 25 26 years. That can figure out a way to structure something to help the client and help the cellar because that's the difference. We're working for the seller to try to make them now I got a good price on the home and you know, it's not like I'm going to be out that money. But it's a big risk, and I can't do anything on it for six months, and you know there's all sorts of rest that go along with that, But we were able to take care of it with her. And, you know, I hope she's gonna do very well and she won't have to worry about her payments or anything for the next six months. Nothing more frustrating than trying to deal with a big company. And they tell you Locks. They they're like, Oh, no. The computer says I can't do it. The computer says this like there's not even humans that do that. Now. Doug is the computer. He's not exactly. Computer is more like a speak and spell. I guess you could consider, But thanks, Dad. You remember those from back in the day, right? The speaking spells So, but he is, but that's the great thing about Doug is he is kind of the computer in and he can override the computer, and he can say no. We're going to do this. Even know that this is not in our processes and systems that was more of an action sketch guy role and had sex. Okay, remember those I do? Well, it's way too young to realize what I had, in essence, just sketching. That's a little magnet. And you have the wheels and a draw stuff. Yeah. Wow. Not only that it was it was featured on Elf. Member when he was like making like zillions of him and everything. And who hasn't seen health 25 times.

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"zwart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"zwart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ryan. Okay, Let's talk about fear. Fear people. Anxiety Do you notice on the road? People crazy people about I just I actually you know, Yes. They was pulling out of the job site. And the FedEx Guy was like laying on his horn on this old woman that was like in her eighties. Like I had to jump out of my car until the fact in the neighborhood. You know, she couldn't figure out how to get in the right side. The left side of the road you are impatient. He was played on that whole nature and he's got him and another guy, the truck and I was a chump out of my cop. My truck to go Hey, back it off, Like let me help this woman. It was a tight street. Let me help her. You know, and I happen to be building a house that street and our cars, putting the parked on the road. But he like we'll get a mover Com link You better calm down right now. There's like 20 guys, that job. Say that looking at you right now. Calm it down right now. And I said the woman, Let me help you move this car, please. She's like, Well, you sure because of covert. I'm like, Well, you can't go back, but you're not going the right not going toe left. He's laying on that horn I wanted. I just can't believe it. I see you. This could be your mother. One day. This could be your mother, buddy. And then I said, push it, But I won't use bad words pushy truck back, and she'll just go straight up the street and he was put on this plate number two. I would've called it product that because your drive for somebody it's just like if I drive for ups, and I'm driving like a I could like a private figure who is going in the street and I know the time it happened. So that Zwart the steps that have been, it should be like to call and write again. Why? That's just an example. But a pressure with economy right now that's why you see people stressed out of their minds. You don't know what if it's gonna be? You're gonna make a million dollars or you're gonna make a dollar. You don't know in your home with your Children. They can't go to school. They can't go out. You can't go the restaurants that everyone just scared. What's nice anymore? Sure, every time. Someone's nice. It's kind of like, Hey, what's up? What's going on with this habit? What a breath of fresh air when somebody is nice, That's it. Everybody just wanna wake up and be December. Of 2019 again or no politics? No, nothing. Nothing. What do you are? You just go back to the last Christmas and be in Florida and Life was fun, and we weren't worrying about all the things that were worrying about right now and when not walkabout with so much fear. You walked out with fear, right? No, but I'm also aware of like there are things to be feared concerned appeared of concern. More like okay, There's there's There are issues, right? But you.

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"zwart" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"zwart" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is that like Levar Burton? No. Sorry. I don't know what happened, My buzz. I erased it. OK, that was a cartoon. About Rick Moranis. He are. Well, that would make sense. Right? Like Ghostbusters era. What was it called? I couldn't understand the words they were saying grave. Dale. Hi. It's about Ah, high school full of monsters. And Rick Moranis like the teacher. They really remember that. Minus the Rick Moranis part like I vaguely remember like a reformer ran us with like a rat. Who is the rant? Was like a celebrity rap cartoon that doesn't sound unfamiliar right now. Oh, no. What am I thinking of? I'm thinking of the science show the world that I love Is that rat Never happened that dues remembering. You know what I'm talking about. He was a guy dressed in a rat's. Yeah, he wasn't an actual rand wasn't a celebrity. Hold on mine rat. Well, because there was Bill Nye, the science guy. I was not a Bill Nye. I played Leicester. The lab rat on Beekman Zwart. You're either a Bill Nye person or a beekman person. I was a bit mean. Yes, and you're sure Bill Nye was way too boring for me. Also didn't Bill Nye come after Beekman Sze World I feel like they were contemporaries. Who? I don't know why. Bill, Okay? Bachman's world versus Bill Nine will have to learn.

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"zwart" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"zwart" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"And then I ended up talking to them for quite a while about it. And we both, you know said, oh, it's natural film L. It's everything that you know, it could be but yet it took forever. And then Patrick Dempsey. Fortunately, bought the rights to it. And he really worked and worked and working at it was almost there Greenland and wants to do almost the next one. And then finally FOX two thousand came along and took it. Morad says the executive producer? Area now. So so he he was great. And you know, this all came together. So naturally racing is the on, you know, underlying theme to the whole thing. But it's not the bulk of the book, but I got called in to basically be second unit director to direct all racing and ultimate lead shooting all the car things. And you know, I shot the opening title sequence. And I shot the in scenes, and it's just it's really I've seen the film now. And it's really great. But it's a bit like field of dreams. You don't have to like baseball. You know? That's my main thing is you don't have to like racing. You don't have to any. It's just a wonderful movie. And Kevin Costner is the voice of the dogs. Oh, that's awesome. So it is like field of dreams. Yeah. So to work. With a bunch of fundraising farmers who got to both race for real. And for fake. Yeah. You say part of the, you know, the idea was just to make it legit. I having dealt with them. So for so long. My natural idea was let's go to let's see if we can imbed ourselves in a few races and work around the teams that are actually racing. And so we were you know, there's a real reality to it there because it is real. Yeah. In the way that you know, Lama race or whatever. Whatever have you. That's so cool. Is it coming out? It'll be out in September. And it it's it's it's going to be a great launch to Milo Ventimiglia is the main character and Amanda safe reads, his wife, and so they've just it's a great. It's great cast. And and it was really it. Just you know, it's a sad story. But yet it's leaves so uplifting in it that it's really a positive story. So. It was a fun year for me because I worked on that film. And then also did those wacky red bull films of taking the Formula one car from San Francisco cleared Miami? So we had a good time with doing all that red bull stuff to. That's so cool. Man. You are you're on a wave. Time. That's awesome. Man. I'm I'm I'm super to come in. And thank you saying. Saying. On my throat, scratchy today. Oh last last real quick question for you doubt. Someone may want prescription Dylan sunglasses, Email me mad at this entire dot com. If you want prescriptions, I forward you to their optometrist who is as excuse me. Sorry, any of their plastic framed glasses like the sports kind of wrap around ones work. Well under my scooter helmet. Thank you. Jeff Ward warts on Instagram Z, A, R, T, anything any other platforms user, just this that I'm a photographic guy. Yeah. You're your Instagram is a great follow I strongly recommend in may eleventh look to Los Angeles. I will see their

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"zwart" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"zwart" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I when I ran the world championship rally. New zealand. I drove an ego. And you know, I literally got out of my Porsche one weekend gun the New Zealand, and then drove the evil, and it was like, wow. This is the way rally cars are supposed to feel because it really was proper. Really cool. I could all throw a wild card out if you're willing to drive on the right side of the car has now you might be able to like get some weirdo. You know, pulsar Jesse? I are or some you know, starlet or some kind of bizarre inexpensive yet. Cool Japanese thing. So that or even skyline honestly. Yeah. GTS skyline can have Superfund rear wheel drive. What else do you wanna plug lift to goal is not that? I not that you need my plugged. What do you got going on? And we've got a film coming out and. Should we talk about that racing in the rain? Yeah. So Arte racing. Rain was you know, book that was book. No one's ever heard of. I definitely heard of ten years ago. So. Yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. If that went over your head, I thought within this room. How could it? Arstein? Great book Garth. It is such a great job. And it was a book that when I read it, it just captivated me on what the visuals could be especially, you know, I was studying to be a veterinarian, you know. So I'm all into the dog world anyway, and to to, you know, read from the dog's perspective and kind of see all that I really conjured up a lot of great visuals with me, and I actually went to one gar book signings in you know, in the day the day just to see him, and I felt like a Stocker. But at the end of the books, I said, oh know Jeff's Worden, here's gave a little introduction..

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"zwart" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"zwart" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Make some good parts Barton. MD says thank you for the payment. You're welcome, sir. Joe says what happened to oh, what happened to a seven hundred fifty? Oh, as has a video of mine gone missing. I don't know allegedly of one of my videos is missing. I don't know. I'll go find Joe, thanks for the heads up. I appreciate it. That is not a dumb question as you suspected. It was I will go find it for you later. Tech says, oh, I've. Getting married. Congratulations. Yes. Jeff any up church of petrol says any upgrades coming to the turbo GT three this year for Pike's peak. Yeah. That's a sidebar is the turbo GT three the GT three. Was it came picture that to me? Yeah. It came about in two thousand two thousand ten Iran edgy three Cup car. Normally aspirated the race car. Four hundred eighty hours about it was the first everything else. I driven was production-based. So this is the first race car and was like he suddenly sat in there and yet sequential box and everything it felt like you were wearing the car. It was it was awesome. And it was half dirt. Then. So the car was a blast the drive. What tires? Do you drive on a half rain? We ran arraigned tighter. So we ran pearly rain tires that year. And it was just it was just liver shot that picture wins. Yeah. That's the turbo shot that I think that's Larry Larry. Larry's the he's fucking great. He's companies scooted, but Larry. I just had a little meeting with Larry. I just some. So did you see the the the poster that he show you the post that we did someone asked about this? Yes. For the cherry fire. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. Shoved it's the shot is fucking looked Look at a. a stitch shot on he showed me that that was super cool. He's my favorite two thousand ten we ran that GT three Cup card. Normally aspirated two thousand eleven Porsche. We came together saying, let's do us. That's do the event where you drive from here in GT to drove from LA to pikes peak put numbers on it. They're go race. And try to try to win the class. I ended up losing school. But it's debt that drive really shouldn't have been a big deal. Right. It was car had full cage, and you know, like stuff, and it was it was fine. And we rolled along. It was great and no big deal. And then I get to there. We put the numbers on put a few sponsors on race. And we ended up losing just by like a second and a half. I think the class, and but we set a production car record there complete stock. But what was cool that was the GDP to R s was six hundred and twenty worst power, and it was fully six twenty at the summit? And it just pulled like nothing I'd ever driven there. And so I come back from that. I go I'm on the GD three Cup cars best handling car. I've ever g as the most power I've ever driven. Let's put those two things together. Well, it didn't exist. So we got together. BB I and Potemkin Joey Sealy, and they all combine their talents together to create this turbo Cup car, which was an absolute monster because you know, to deliver seven hundred fifty eight hundred horsepower at the summit. Yeah. It's like working over a thousand horsepower at the summit. So it's it was just a crazy car. There were a lot of things that had to happen in there that made the reliability tough to get it all dialed in the first year. So we we ended up coming back three times but ended up winning there. And that's the car that. I went went under ten minutes into I drove a car that was that had a slightly milder version of that engine, and it was a psycho death machine that swan..

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Dope. One the one with all the breakfast. And everyone like I think the people at Lamborghini are amazing like all those talion complete. Either minds are super funny, and they're just nuts, and I like their thought process things. But like, yeah, I I call that out right there. Because I could literally be sitting I complain to Janina and she laughed. It was funny. She was like only drink out of any little cups. Oh, good. We got a bunch of questions from our audience. Can you punch on that Tim? So I can read a little bit of please. Yeah. Folks can donate in the super chat for the next five or so minutes sly, folks. So we don't go to too long on this Friday night. But Nathan says some friends are coming to L A next month. They wanna get some cars in taro and hit the canyons were staying closer to Beverly Hills. There's only two areas to drive in L A, really Malibu canyons. Yeah. Angeles forest from Beverly Hills year pretty much halfway between them. Yeah. Yeah. Angeles forest. If you really wanna go drive for us. Yeah. Go early in the morning. Do not go on a weekend on weekday and have fun. Yes. They on your side of the wwl. Yeah. I the those are the two areas and oh actually the third one is up by lake steak. There's a lovely lake Hughes rooms now there's a good sleeper spectacular road. Joe says I'm on the fence. An oath five Mustang GT in a Nissan three fifty or INFINITI g thirty five the money is about the same. Which would you suggest with a focus on drifting? I mean, look to build a drift car. You you need a let's say at least at least a couple of hundred horsepower rear wheel drive with them with the Ella. Limited slip differential and mentions mission. Either of those will suffice. Yeah. And there's certainly a lot of three fifty when I'm around that have drifted. So there are. Yeah. They're pretty good at it. Yeah. I think personally, I think and oh five and up Mustang GT will make a more durable drift car. I had maximum motorsports..

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03:25 min | 3 years ago

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"The the someone had just rattled the pain was fucked. There was there was no coming back from the. I mean, seriously congrats on that. I thought that was good. I so this dude, Freddie has it in Florida right now. And he's like a youtuber also. And he he does like crazy builds and he's putting a tar by on it. Well, so much. That was the rule was I he can have the car for free. Now, do whatever the hell he wants with it. I signed it over to him. He owns it. But when he blows the engine I would like an engine block coffee too. That's that's our deal edgy blog coffee table with a rod stamina side. It'd be just about perfect, you know, going into it that it wouldn't go over million miles. They'd just go nine AB somebody did you into the project. I did learn that because I would have never been on that I would have thought it just rolled over digital and just sticks. It so on the one hand mildly anti climatic on the other hand, permanent permanent badge of honor. Yeah. Yes. No, that's super cool car was like, honestly, if you were to go out right now and spend twelve to fifteen thousand dollars on the nicest LS four hundred find. Yeah. It would be the one of the greatest vehicles ever produced that you could ever own true. Any nineties Lexus is is built to a absurd. Standard of quality, especially the LS. Yeah. I'm ready to peace for road and track about it. Oh, good. I'm so excited this car that I got on Craigslist like fucking forgotten about in Florida. Yeah. Is going to be like a feature in road and track of like nudging cul ski to make it a cover. Getting a great. Yeah. Yeah. We got off the photography subject. But I brought something did you bring me a poster? Yeah. Ratchet something and this is an light another subject. But so in the early eighties. Oh, this is going to be so good. It's going in the early eighties. Any souvenir store, especially around the Warf, and San Francisco, whatever do you use to hear the sound in the back of the store Clack Clack Clack Clack Clack, and there were these walls of posters. They were all in metro trains trains. Yeah. Yeah. So the biggest selling poster was Farah Fawcett. Oh, yeah. Okay. The biggest selling poster was this which is mine. Ooh, let's see what we have here. You'd be very careful. Let's see the opens it up. Oh do. Chefs worn. That might even be my car. It looks a long. Oh, so that's so lovely this. The audio audio this is red Lamborghini Coon, Taj with a tan, interior and gold mother. Oh, you know, what it's not my car because these mirrors are red and my ears are black. Oh, well that dude thing. Okay. Appreciate that. So a hundred. Amazing. The the funny thing is that was the car we use for the road and track world's fastest cars in that day. And it was it was in those days world facet cars didn't really progress..

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03:18 min | 3 years ago

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"Everybody was rocking amid nightmare. Lexus. Everybody had. So like, I think there's probably a lot of million mile lexuses in the Middle East. Yeah. But like nobody gives a shit, but like Lexus didn't really care either. But I was proud of us. I thought it was almost like I actually made me think about the times we shot million mile cars and also how you have to like one hundred twenty five thousand miles on my. Okay. Three and a half years almost four years. Right. You know, and not that's a lot of driving. Yeah. But that's nothing compared to how how did that? How did I I remember how the Mercedes the last one I shot for a million, man? I remember how it got there. So so the thing about million mile cars is like you in generally, I think in most cases, you need one really fast idiocy owner with a really absurd commute. That's that's kind of the normal art. Yeah. The guy who checks telephone. Polls on the highway for a job in his. Whatever for me. I was the sixth owner of this fucking thing. And then I put ear wasn't a ninety six ninety six. So the first owner leased it normal lease second owner bought it off lease drove it about an and drove it from thirty six thousand miles to seven hundred and fifty thousand really, yeah. In twelve years Wendy do. I don't know. I've never found. The dude isn't that. My Mercedes guy was a west coast rap. Yeah. Living in Portland, and we basically go L A Portland. LA? I would guess it was something like that. And then the the owners after that between seven fifty and eight ninety seven where I bought it. Basically just did the bare minimum to keep the thing on the and so when I bought it it was in a pretty rough state and win across the million. It was in significantly better shape than when I got to the point where I would not hesitate to get an driving across country right now. The biggest where points like what made you notice? Everything's. What made you know, is it's age first off everyone who drove it uniformly said with a hundred percent across the board that it that they would have not guessed it had more than like two hundred thousand on it. So it was really really nice. The engine was really saying with was it in had been rebuilt. Never be engine. Never been open insane gearbox three times. Yeah. The the I had to do a gearbox rebuilding. It was thirty six hundred dollars. So I would say that was a big one. I did shocks bushings and shit like that. And you know, there wasn't any one maintenance item. That was horrid aside from the gearbox rebuild. Everything else. Was was fine. It wasn't that bad. They have a tendency to leak the power steering pumps will leak onto the alternator. And then kill the car. What was the interior like decent? Yeah. I wouldn't want to loom it all in you've it. But. Is everything works? See he our everything works. I have an original nine eleven with sixty thousand plus miles. And it's a seventies. Okay. And literally like sitting in this seat is. So it looks normal till you sit in. Driver's seat. Now wasn't the best. But the back seat was in pretty good shape. It was it was a lot better. Visit original paint. No pay was fucked. Okay..

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"They have all my Formula one stuff laid out on the conference table. And they say if you can stop Formula one cars, do you think you could do something with our fighter planes? Yeah. And so I so I started with the project or the F twenty which was this third world country kind of it was a private fighter plane. You know, that that they were selling till they were going to sell to other countries and do things, and it was it was a spin off of the t thirty eight and the F five, and that's okay. But so the first one I shot was red white and black all sports card out. It was really cool. And then and then we use. Plane to plane from the role. So here's the deal. Listen, I'm going to need to go up there. Yeah. Well, so here's the deal is that I shot they didn't have any two seaters of of twenty. But we used one of the F twenty s and BMW shot group was cars that I was shooting and that being we painted it BMW gray per Flaine. And after that, then we started shooting at all over again. And that all came from my association with BMW will then they took on the teen program. And all of a sudden, I was Martin Baker ejection seat certified, and I was flying all the time on different missions on. And also, they never fly for you. You know, dedicated. Yeah. Us go out. So I'd get to a briefing in the morning, and they would be okay today. We're going to do hygiene dog fights, and you'll be able to shoot on the transition out there and shoot on the transition back. And are they doing this to to develop the planes or to train pilots or is all the navy? I was with the name was with Northrop at this point. You're well, I'm still working for Northrop, but I was lying within. I was with VFW one twenty five which is based in Lamar, and, but I went through all my Jackson seats simulation. All my lottery survive, it was wild because you know, the objection seats simulator was eight to nine. Jeez. Okay..

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03:50 min | 3 years ago

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"And I remember my dad said, well, you need you have interest in the cut of artsy version of it as well. Or did you just like doing kind of action sports type stacks in sports? I mean, I liked photogr. Lifer. Kind of. And I I remember photographing. I wanted to photograph things I liked being around. Yeah. And so that was the main thing, and it was interesting because it wasn't you know, I just never equated to every billboard. You drove by every magazine, you opened up all the stuff that somebody is getting paid to do that. I just didn't some a lot. And I didn't have anybody that I'd grown up with doing that. So I didn't have an example. And it wasn't until I got art center that they actually said, you know, this is a career that's money making career as opposed to you know. So you you went to art center here, and from your time there, they taught you that this can be a business, and here's how you do it. Yeah. The difference between fucking jealous of that. I went to art school. I was studying talk graffiti, you Penn like the best business school country. I studied art, and it was all fucking frou frou high-concept shit. Yeah. And I was like how do I make money at this jazz me, please? You know, I wish they did that and. I should've gone to arts center will he did that. And that was the difference is I looked at RIT. I looked at Brooks. I looked at art center. And when I got art center, you know, there's really maybe only ten percent of the teachers are full time. There actually is there any striking. And I remember like maybe the fourth or fifth week of school. We went to this photographer who had a studio. My one of my instructors had a studio, and he got the parkas cars inside his studio. Oh, you thought that was the cool. Yeah. It's like a Dan Tanna moment. Shitty. Has an adult hand. It's almost like a really nice tree. Yeah. Big enough for a car, a nice, fresh seamless and like ooh, soft box. When I saw that. I was like sold. I go. I gotta I gotta do this thing. So the for those who don't know arts center in Pasadena, by the way is also wear a lot of car designers end up going. They have a great program for that literally drawing than doing interiors on clays and all that kind of crazy. Yeah. And that was the fun thing for me is because you know, generally. Everybody. There was wanting to shoot tabletop things or girls, or whatever I was just there to shoot cars. And so nobody in photography, you know, the photography classes were really interested in the car thing. But I had this whole transportation design there. So I got to be buddies with a lot of the guys there who went on. And did lots of great things. And I grew up with Freeman Thomas. Oh, yeah. So it's kinda cool because you know, he did the t t did so many great things along but not a lightweight. Yeah. He's like mister like kind of bow house. Totally so baseball gloves stitch seats. Yes. That's exactly right. Why didn't those last that was awesome? When will there be a throwback? It's gotta be time. Maybe on Audi's, their whatever their their their version of the taken is a sport GT. Yeah. Whatever that's called. Yeah. Each Ron jacuzzi because that actually looks like a pretty good car to throw the baseball, John. That'll be it. They'll pay for it. You know, they'll pay for events in a leather fusebox Hersey shit. Art center must have been what years were you there? Seventy seven to seventy nine must have been good time. Yeah. It was definitely. And it was when they just moved to the new campus with the building building and buildings really. And it's still cool. Yeah. Designing building. And I was just like it was it was cool. And it was so different than my kind of science and biology kind of background that I was before. So it was it was great. And I, you know, skateboarding every afternoon in kind of it was just the full, and, you know, all California, and like I live like forty five fifty miles away from it..

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04:16 min | 3 years ago

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"I actually don't doubt it because they don't even when I was running the paraly- championship. You know, as the cars, we were driving were still relatively obscure, you know, so Mazda three to three or, you know, those things which is what I was racing Yuna three two three with now. Those amazing six cylinders to have a six now as turbos. All this before the eighty. Eighty nine hundred more of like a normal car back. Yeah. Okay. So I ran one of those. I remember, you know, people there were several running in the events. And there is always the need for taking something off as spectators gar gun. Got you need really helpful spectators. That's for sure. To push people that were in a hurry to go home. Rallying is the greatest sport. That is the hardest sport to watch. It's like it's just except for, you know, the occasional WRC, you know, helicopter and seventy cameras it's impossible to. Yeah. It was it was even worse than the US because of the, you know, basically, how dangerous it was to run on public roads. Yeah. Everything when I was running was at night, literally the rally start till at night, and is because there'd be less traffic, and so traffic, and if somebody was coming out of the way, he had lights and all that sort of thing. But it, but literally our rally championship was maybe to do stages in the daytime everything night, which you know, you go to sponsor and say I want to run a full championships, we're cheap. And by the way it runs. No one's going to see. Yeah. Yeah. How how in hindsight? It was it like how much can here is it to rally at night. You know, it was it. It's fortunately, kind of all equal everything. But I will say I drove in the world championship rally New Zealand, and I drove a Mitsubishi ego. And I had you know, a full on WRC co-driver for me to work with. And he had told me that with notes I'll be just as fast in the day in the night as I was in the day. And we went and ran a in New Zealand rally ran a stage twice once in the day. And once and that was absolutely true. You could you when you started dialing in on the notes and just fully listening to it and going very little by what you're seeing. It was pretty amazing like was it. Good enough for you almost got close. My eyes. But I do remember the stage that we ran in the day, you know, day, and then we ran at night. Here's three jumps three rises. And I just remember we were like you. They were the first one was flat. The second one was a lift and the third one was flat of heading. And so you're coming down his rises and come over the first one flat. And you know, your headlights are aimed up high in the trees, and then they come down, and they reveal that. Okay. That was. The. Crest four something. So you're backed off a bit back off a bit headlights go up, and then it comes down, and you see the mmediately why it was across for. So then you hit the third one, and you've already seen what it's like if you get screwed up and he hit the third one. And I just remember flat out foot straight to the floor. And no way was my mind saying, that's what should be doing. Leave my foot down and has headlights just stayed in the trees, the jump was much bigger though. And I just think it we aren't even. I know see Rodas point. And when the headlights get down. It was like okay is a straight road. So so I did a tiny little jump in a car once tiniest little bullshit tabletop where I think I probably travelled the length of this table in the air like not very far. It was the most fun thing jumping a car. If you know that it's going to be okay. Yeah. Is the just especially when the landings are really nice downhill landing is just like, it's like, you never left the ground. Yeah. Yeah. It's just a carry. I love the I love the watching that that glide lovely. So all right. You have had an extraordinary career..

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