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"todd dill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The road from three angles family thought it would happen the principle of what happened in the constitution hi I'm pissed off and all the way it is using predictive modeling is accurate thank you thank god and president Hillary Clintons in the White House if you think these modeling means to them dot American I've been waiting all day I'm going not some being driven crazy I can't take it anymore many times in life I hear from many radical leftist we deal in facts and science you deal with police and I personally and false predictions yeah we go back to March the twelfth and I have the video on my Twitter account the words of your friend Dr Amy acted instead on March the twelfth of this year there were at least a hundred thousand Ohioans infected with the crown of ours and then according to all the most conservative modeling by the first part of may there would be eight million infected Ohioans another eight million doing the math a little less than one percent would die that would be in the range of eighty thousand dental islands yeah hundreds of thousands of those would have been hospitalized that drove a policy that crash the economy to put out of work about thirty million Americans who told small business owners to go home that said if you want to go to church on Easter Sunday morning state agents in Kentucky will write down your license plate number and the federales would come looking for you that it was so frightening and scary you better get on your bad in fact I have a lot of data haven't cemetery I called up there to tell the director start digging the plot of about that died the world's about to end Todd Dills marginal around New York City breeding farms were all about to die so I played back on my Twitter account on March twelfth using the doctor Amy acted that every six days that would double eight million are infected how did you go to the website today the number was eight million affected numbers about twenty three thousand if you take all the school children in Ohio and Kentucky between the ages of six and eighteen there's about two point five million total school children between the ages of six and eighteen hello I would conduct how many of those killed children have died echo the nineteen so far yeah zero zero so therefore we must cancel all graduation ceremonies hasn't families can't figure out what to do when you're in a family setting and the argument is a course they become germ factories which kids have never been before this the first time ever kids are germ factories and so therefore families cannot decide for ourselves whether we can act responsibly in a family setting to celebrate the attainment of many high school graduates to to leave high school and ready to take on the responsibilities of an adult and so for some reason we continue to act is different a damp pandemic which is the most placid placid in easy parking ticket kind of pandemic in American history we can't give up the ghost therefore we must wear masks we have to be real careful what we do and we have to seek permission of government Jason Williams to go to church to open a business to travel or get in public education hello said if I got a couple masks and if required to do so how to enter store whatever I will do it I went through recently to see my dentist Dr Gerrard and she had a requirement to wear a mask to private enterprises you know Cameron amassed yeah if I have to go to Kroger and I have to wear a mask they're going to Kroger I wear a mask other than that I don't want to wear a mask because it is submitting what amounts to almost a health care fraud that is crash the American economy thank you and may be potus near depression level unemployment for maybe years to come with the best of intentions by those who were wrong and I'm not saying doctor Amy actin like the wind hello I do wish they did not lie they're not liars they relied upon predictive models and almost in every circumstance is proven to be false and so about four weeks into this deal sometime around the first part of April middle of April station is that okay the hospitals are not indicted we can now tell the hospitals let's go back to status quo into this thing spikes will give you forty eight to seventy two hour notice let's back off a little bit they didn't do any of that they kept their heads down and looks like someone whose sense of pride is going to route they can't go back and say I'm sorry to keep acting now heading toward the middle of may everyone's about to die in fact this is a placid placid pandemic imagine Jason you have a contagious fatal disease in which you have it you go through it came out the other side and more than eighty percent of the time you never knew you had in the first place I'll take that one okay like a symbol it's a Q. first set of beliefs and someone has much like of one flies the Confederate flag you're thinking okay that person subscribe to set of beliefs if I see a flag that says the ACLU I see applied to talks about other left wing political issues I'm a member of the ACLU someone might say well that I naturally assume they ascribe a certain set of political beliefs and so the massively comes at symbol in a sense a trump supporter or resistance when all of this is a sign that perhaps like many Asians have done because of sars and murders and a bunch of other things that they were the mask because they believe it gives them a perception perception of safety healthy experts say if you have it it keeps you from spreading in someone else it doesn't go the other direction and mostly experts say that about forty percent of the air you breathe in anyway comes on the side the middle in the top most people don't handle it properly and the actual the fabric itself may stop as much as two percent of the contaminated virus to mentor me you're not facing those anyway so it's as simple as something else that say I complied and therefore I rely upon facts all give you some facts more than ninety nine point nine percent of the American people will be unaffected by this matter what else happens more than ninety nine point nine percent are unaffected the average age of those affected are seventy five years old with at least two underlying conditions well I could catch it you could catch it my wife could catch it I fight like a warrior poet there's no guarantees in life so you don't base a general public policy does not impact one percent of the American people and tell those that are well and not sick or more likely to get sick you have to quarantine because about zero point one percent school may be hospitalized and and the city of New York which is the belly of the beast the odds of someone between the age of sixty five and seventy five years old being hospitalized it's one point seven percent and that's in the belly of the beast yeah and so it is not something that is not a uranium two thirty five it's not anthrax is not ready so there's like a hundred percent fidelity rate let left untreated if we have public policy based upon point zero one percent of the American people were in trouble never before in American history recording came to help me normally a quarantine those at risk and those that are sick and everyone else goes back to work to support the systems pay all the bills and now I find myself being somewhat brutalized by even Republicans tell me you got to get in line they get a line for what hello I'm getting in line for his for a functioning economy many years ago before you were born in nineteen sixty five Palmer be good day something verbally about it if if the devil or Lucifer took over America what he would demand the first thing he would say is empty out the churches have make it a crime to go to Easter Sunday morning services then would say you can't practice your religion he would say make government become the god make sure everyone is dependent upon government I want to be put sixty million people out of work if you assemble your own home in a crowd you might be cited sent to jail right now what's happening in America is that the thing we feared most occurring which is to tell a tarian ism is happening before my very eyes and Republicans and Democrats are doing it with the tactics and facts that have no basis in reality yeah they keep predicting what's going to happen and it didn't happen and when I asked the officials in Columbus or Washington how come this stuff didn't happen because they tell me of social distancing and modeling the statistics from the I. D. H. M. ET which is doctor Murray's group could no account substantial compliance through may not have happened there is no overwhelmed hospital rooms there are no large numbers of people except the New York City and the reason so many people died there is very little uniquely for the tri state how about this all graduations are canceled one not one student has been affected by it and a higher Kentucky Indiana and for those of us you understand you have grandkids germ factories we know what to do which is socially apart wanted kids be kids start the little league baseball play soccer go swimming to live your life don't rely upon Dr Amy acted to tell you what you have permission to do think about that in the wilderness I'm I'm in the back room raise my hand I wait a minute so you're pretty set about two months ago there were there would be tens of thousands of dental higher once upon that policy was based upon that protection the policy was based the prediction is wrong actor of eight thousand percent time to say you know what I relied upon Dr Murray's alright Jimmy models and it didn't work I knew that three weeks and four weeks and five weeks and that were about ten weeks since step along the way and they can't restrain our rights and liberties and they told the seventeen and eighteen year old boys and girls this weekend you can not graduate from high school because there's a chance you may impact your grandparents really the side that that dynamic and there's no and these three states that have been they've been hurt by that what what are we doing to the children what are we doing the kids got to play ball chase and they got to go on soccer ghosts women live their lives and instead of doing that you have public officials eighty percent approval ratings to me that's more frightening than anything else it really pisses me off is not a very close family member who's supposed to graduate tonight from high school and state government said my family that that kid cannot graduate from high school because you may be a germ factory infecting your grandpa all had to take away his opportunity to have those experiences on an angle shot it's not the role of government is the role of family most Republicans say let's rules less regulations more local power we have governors whose states now saying no local power one size fits all others eighty counties in Ohio that would generally rule that have donated might have wanted to do the whole county of some ninety one year old and what do you say to those kids in monster Indiana in Batavia you can enjoy your high school experiences because you might down the road and three adult family through thought it would happen the principle of what happened in the constitution hi I'm pissed off and all the way they did it using predictive modeling is accurate thank you thank god the DUP president Hillary Clintons in the White House if you think these modeling means a dance dot American hi Scott Sloan here at seven hundred WLW we know you may be going through a tough time that's what we want to help pay your bills every.

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"todd dill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Going nuts on being driven crazy I can't take it anymore many times in life I hear from many radical leftist we deal in facts and science you deal with police and I personally and false predictions yeah we go back to March the twelfth and I have the video on my Twitter account the words of your friend Dr Amy acted to settle March the twelfth of this year there were at least a hundred thousand Ohioans infected with the crown of ours and then according to all the most conservative modeling by the first part of may there would be eight million infected Ohioans another eight million doing the math a little less than one percent would die that would be in the range of eighty thousand dental islands yeah hundreds of thousands of those would have been hospitalized that drove a policy that crash the economy put out of work about thirty million Americans who told small business owners to go home that said if you want to go to church on Easter Sunday morning state agents in Kentucky will write down your license plate number and the federales would come looking for you that it was so frightening and scary you better get on your bad in fact I have a lot of data haven't cemetery I called up there to tell the director start digging the plot of about that died the world's about to end Todd Dills marginal around New York City breeding farm world not to die so I played back on my Twitter account on March twelfth using the doctor Amy acted that every six days that would double eight million are infected how did you go to the website today the number was eight million affected numbers about twenty three thousand if you take all the school children in Ohio and Kentucky between the ages of six and eighteen there's about two point five million total school children between the ages of six and eighteen hello I would conduct how many of those school children have died October nineteen so far yes there is zero so therefore we must cancel all graduation ceremonies hasn't families can't figure out what to do when you're in a family setting and the argument is a course they become germ factories which kids have never been before this is the first time ever kids of germ factories and so therefore families cannot decide for ourselves whether we can act responsibly in a family setting to celebrate the attainment of many high school graduates to to leave high school and ready to take on the responsibilities of an adult and so for some reason we continue to act is different a damp pandemic which is the most placid placid and easy parking ticket kind of pandemic in American history we can't give up the ghost therefore we must wear masks we have to be real careful what we do and we have to seek permission of government Jason Williams to go to church to open a business to travel or get in public education hello I got a couple masks and if required to do so how to enter store whatever I will do it so I went through recently to see my dentist Dr Gerrard and she had a requirement to wear a mask it's a private enterprises you know Cameron amassed yeah if I have to go to Kroger and I have to wear a mask they're going to Kroger I wear a mask other than that I don't want to wear a mask because it is submitting what amounts to almost a health care fraud that is crash the American economy I think I may be potus near depression level unemployment for maybe years to come with the best of intentions by those who were wrong and I'm not saying doctor Amy Acton and like the wind hello I do wish they did not lie they're not liars they relied upon predictive models and almost in every circumstance is proven to be false and so about four weeks into this deal sometime around the first part of April middle of April they should have said okay hospitals are not indicted we can now tell the hospitals let's go back to status quo in the fisting spikes give your forty eight to seventy two hour notice let's back off a little bit they didn't do any of that they kept their heads down and looks like someone whose sense of pride is going to route they can't go back and say I'm sorry we keep acting now heading toward the middle of may everyone's about to die in fact this is a placid placid pandemic imagine Jason you have a contagious fatal disease happened which you have it you go through what came out the other side and more than eighty percent of the time you never knew you had in the first place I'll take that one I'll take that as a symbol it's a Q. first set of beliefs and someone has much like of one flies the Confederate flag you're thinking okay that person subscribe to set of beliefs if I see a flag that says the ACLU I see a flag that talks about other left wing political issues I'm a member of the ACLU someone might say well that I naturally assume they ascribe a certain set of political beliefs and so the massively comes as symbol of and a sense of trump's supporter or resistance when all of this is a sign that perhaps like like many Asians have done because of sars and merging a bunch of other things that they were the mask because they believe it gives them a perception perception of safety L. the experts say if you have it it keeps you from spreading and someone else but doesn't go the other direction and mostly experts say that about forty percent of the air you breathe in anyway comes on the side the middle in the top most people don't handle it properly and the actual the fabric itself may stop as much as two percent of the contaminated virus to mentor me you're not facing those anyway so it's as simple as something else and say I comply and therefore I rely upon facts all give you some facts more than ninety nine point nine percent of the American people will be unaffected by this matter what else happens more than ninety nine point nine percent are unaffected the average age of those affected are seventy five years old with at least two underlying conditions now I could catch it you can catch it my wife could catch it I fight like a warrior poet there's no guarantees in life but you don't base a general public policy does not impact one percent of the American people and tell those that are well and not sick or more likely to get sick you have to quarantine because of that zero point one percent school may be hospitalized and and the city of New York which is the belly of the beast the odds of someone between the age of sixty five and seventy five years old being hospitalized it's one point seven percent and that's in the belly of the beast yeah and so it is not something that is not a uranium two thirty five it's not anthrax is not ready so there's like a hundred percent fidelity rate let left untreated if we have public policy based upon point zero one percent of the American people were in trouble never before in American history record Gina healthy normally a quarantine those at risk and those that are sick and everyone else goes back to work to support the systems pay all the bills and now I find myself being somewhat brutalized by even Republicans who tell me you got to get in line to get a line for what hello I'm getting in line for his for a functioning economy many years ago before you were born in nineteen sixty five Palmer be good day something verbally about it is that the devil or Lucifer took over America what he would demand the first thing he would say is empty all the churches have make it a crime to go to Easter Sunday morning services I would say you can't practice your religion he would say make government become the god make sure everyone is dependent upon government to be put sixty million people out of work if you assemble your own home in a crowd you might be cited sent to jail right now what's happening in America is that the thing we feared most occurring which is to tell a tarian ism is happening before my very eyes and Republicans and Democrats are doing it was to test the syntax I have no basis in reality yeah they keep predicting what's going to happen and it didn't happen and when I asked the officials in Columbus or Washington how come this stuff didn't happen because they tell me of social distancing in modeling this the test takes from the IT H. M. ET which is doctor Murray's group could no account substantial compliance through may not ever happen there is no overwhelmed hospital rooms there are no large numbers of people except in New York City and the reason so many people died there is very little uniquely for the tri state how about this all graduations are canceled one not one student has been affected by it and a higher Kentucky Indiana and for those of us you understand you have grandkids germ factories we know what to do which is socially apart let the kids be kids start the little league baseball play soccer go swimming why don't rely upon Dr Amy acted to tell you what you have permission to do think about that once in the wilderness I'm I'm in the back room raising my hand I wait a minute you per instead about two months ago there were there would be tens of thousands of dental higher once upon that policy was based upon that prediction the policy was based the prediction is wrong zero eight thousand percent time to say you know what I relied upon Dr Murray decided Jimmy models and it didn't work I knew that three weeks and four weeks and five weeks and that were about ten weeks since your step along the way and they can't restrain our rights and liberties and they told the seventeen and eighteen year old boys and girls this weekend you can not graduate from high school because there's a chance you may impact your grandparents and we decide that dynamic and there's no kidding and these three states that have been they've been hurt by this what what are we doing to the children what are we doing gotta play ball Jason they gotta go on soccer ghosts women live their lives and instead of doing that you have public officials have eighty percent approval ratings to me that's more frightening than anything else it really pisses me off thank god the very close family member who's supposed to graduate tonight from high school and state government said my family that that kid did not graduate from high school because you may be a germ factory infecting your rand Paul to take away his opportunity to have those experiences on an angle shot it's not the role of government is the role of family most Republicans say let's rules less regulations more local power we have governors whose states now saying no local power one size fits all and others AT county didn't whole heartedly generally rule that have donated it might have one or two deaths in the whole county of some ninety one.

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"todd dill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Line in the places are packed and guess what we got a special treat for you how about a little bit of Willie and least I've been waiting all day I'm going not some being driven crazy I can't take it anymore many times in life I hear from many radical leftist we deal with facts and science you deal with police and I personally and false predictions yeah we go back to March the twelfth and I have the video on my Twitter account the words of your friend Dr Amy acted to settle March the twelfth of this year that there were at least a hundred thousand Ohioans infected with the crown of ours and then according to all the most conservative modeling by the first part of may there would be eight million infected Ohioans another eight million doing the math a little less than one percent would die that would be in the range of eighty thousand dental islands yeah hundreds of thousands of those would have been hospitalized that drove a policy that crash the economy to put out of work about thirty million Americans who told small business owners to go home and said if you want to go to church on Easter Sunday morning state agents in Kentucky will write down your license plate number and the federales would come looking for you that it was so frightening and scary you better get on your bad in fact I have a lot of data haven't cemetery I called up there to tell the director start digging the plot of about that died the world's about to end Todd Dills marginal around New York City breeding farms world not to die so I played back on my Twitter account on March twelfth using the doctor Amy acted that every six days that would double eight million are infected how did you go to the website today the number was eight million affected numbers about twenty three thousand if you take all the school children in Ohio and Kentucky between the ages of six and eighteen there's about two point five million total school children between the ages of six and eighteen and I would conduct how many of those killed children died echo the nineteen so far yes there is zero so therefore we must cancel all graduation ceremonies as if families can't figure out what to do when you're in a family setting and the argument is a course they become germ factories which kids have never been before this is the first time ever kids are germ factories and so therefore families cannot decide for ourselves whether we can act responsibly in a family setting to celebrate the attainment of many high school graduates to to leave high school and ready to take on the responsibilities of an adult and so for some reason we continue to act as if we're in a damp pandemic which is the most placid placid in easy parking ticket kind of pandemic in American history we can't give up the ghost therefore we must wear masks we have to be real careful what we do and we have to seek permission of government Jason Williams to go to church to open a business to travel or get in public education hello I got a couple masks and if required to do so how to enter store whatever I will do it I went through recently to see my dentist Dr Gerrard and she had a requirement to wear a mask it's a private enterprise as CEO Cameron amassed yeah if I have to go to Kroger and I have to wear a mask they're going to Kroger I wear a mask other than that I don't want to wear a mask because it is submitting what amounts to almost a health care fraud that is crash the American economy may be potus near depression level unemployment for maybe years to come with the best of intentions by those who were wrong and I'm not saying doctor Amy Jackson and Mike DeWine hello I do wish they did not live there not liars they relied upon predictive models and almost in every circumstance is proven to be false and so about four weeks into this deal sometime around the first part of April middle of April they should have said okay the hospitals are not inundated we can now tell the hospitals let's go back to status quo into this thing spikes will give you forty eight to seventy two hour notice let's back off a little bit didn't do any of that they kept their heads down and looks like somebody's sense of pride is going to route they can go back and say I'm sorry we keep acting now heading toward the middle of may everyone's about to die in fact this is a placid placid pandemic imagine Jason you have a contagious fatal disease in which you have it you go to wouldn't come out the other side and more than eighty percent of the time you never knew you had in the first place I'll take that one I'll take that as a symbol it's a Q. first set of beliefs and someone has like a one flies the Confederate flag you're thinking okay that person subscribe to set of beliefs if I see a flag that says the ACLU I see a flag that talks about other left wing political issues I'm a member of the ACLU someone might say well that I naturally assume they ascribe a certain set of political beliefs and so the massively comes in symbol of and a sense of trump's supporter or resistance when all of this is a sign that perhaps like many Asians have done because of sars and murders in a bunch of other things that they were the mask because they believe it gives them a perception perception of safety L. the experts say if you have it it keeps you from spreading it to someone else but doesn't go the other direction and mostly experts say that about forty percent of the air you breathe in anyway comes on the side the middle in the top most people don't handle it properly and the actual the fabric itself may stop as much as two percent of the contaminated virus manner you're not facing those anyway so it's as simple as something else and say I comply and therefore I rely upon facts all give you some facts more than ninety nine point nine percent of the American people will be unaffected by this matter what else happens more than ninety nine point nine percent are unaffected the average age of those affected are seventy five years old with at least two underlying conditions now I could catch it you can catch it my wife protested I fight like a warrior poet there's no guarantees in life but you don't base a general public policy does not impact one percent of the American people and tell those that are well and not sick or more likely to get sick you have to quarantine because of that zero point one percent who may be hospitalized and and the city of New York which is the belly of the beast the odds of someone between the age of sixty five and seventy five years old being hospitalized it's one point seven percent and that's in the belly of the beast yeah and so it is not something that is not a uranium two thirty five it's not anthrax is not ready so there's like a hundred percent fidelity rate let left untreated if we have public policy based upon point zero one percent of the American people were in trouble never before in American history recording came to help me normally a quarantine those at risk and those that are sick and everyone else goes back to work to support the systems pay all the bills and now I find myself being somewhat brutalized by even Republicans who tell me you got to get in line to get a line for what hello I'm getting in line for his for a functioning economy many years ago before you were born in nineteen sixty five Palmer be good day something verbally about it is that the devil or Lucifer took over America what he would demand the first thing he would say is the open churches and make it a crime to go to Easter Sunday morning services then would say you can't practice your religion he would say make government become the god make sure everyone is dependent upon government to be put sixty million people out of work if you assemble your own home in a crowd you might be cited sent to jail right now what's happening in America is that the thing we feared most occurring which is to tell a tarian ism is happening before my very eyes and Republicans and Democrats are doing it was statistics and facts that have no basis in reality they keep predicting what's going to happen and it didn't happen and when I asked the officials in Columbus or Washington how come this stuff didn't happen because they tell me of social distancing and modeling the statistics from the odd H. M. ET which is doctor Murray's group could no account substantial compliance through may not have happened there is no overwhelmed hospital rooms there are no large numbers of people except in New York City and the reason so many people died there is very little uniquely compared to people in the tri state how about this all graduations are canceled one not one student has been affected by it and a higher Kentucky Indiana and.

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"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"I have a lot of Cherokee Indian blood in me so we made the front of the sleeper basically a tribute to the native American. That's actually a real ghost. Feather and feathers are very important in way of thanking. You get to feathers one for wisdom and one for courage but anyway. So that's the front of the sleeper. On the side over the dining table we built her a mantle and we made it a Western theme mantle with rope outline. She's not a real rifle a real pistol but I don't know I guess you might a thief. Thank it was if you grab it off the wall and then on the shower bathroom door we put an assortment of bickers each of our mothers so we add different things around to to be more like a home not just. It's not just the trump to us. It's a way alive. When we bought this labor it was out of a salvage yard. It's important to emphasize here. That customizing a truck is not just about style for day on Phyllis. It's really an investment in both their business and the quality of life Ivad quite a bit of health issues. I ain't GonNa say all of her due to my French fries as I still like French fries but we gutted all this out and just built it back the way we wanted it and by doing that we made it possible for us to eat a lot better healthier and we have we'd about nine out of ten meals in the sleeper. Not Anything you do at home. I mean there. The night we ate eggs bacon and biscuits and and then yeah. Shrimp and steak. He barbecues that we've got a barbecue grill that matches the truck to its green looking in here like a cake or anything going down the road. You Know Ball on my biggest problem is I can't hardly drive down a road smell and all that cooking on my okay. We gotta find a place to stop. I'm about to starve to death. I like to eat. And she's a good cook so it's a good combination. There's a world of customized trucks out there as varied as the trucking business itself. I've seen sleeper cabs built out with any kind of cooking equipment. You Can Imagine. Ranges Ovens Espresso machines and grinders foldout charcoal or even gas grills mounted on the deck off the back the exercise equipment weights stair steppers. Sometimes even an exercise bike. Along for the whole I know at least one trucker songwriter with a professional recording studio built into the bunk of his rig. Hey maybe we ought to get Paul set up with one of those WanNa see more. You can take a tour of the custom rigs section of overdrive online dot com. Don't miss the reader rigs photo gallery. We're owner operators upload their own trucks. You can also see the goose for yourself in all. It's gory search. Daniel Phyllis snow. That's spelled exactly like the white stuff that's for channel nine. Keep those questions coming. We'll catch you next time. Gentlemen nine special is a feature of over the road from radio. Topiary and overdrive magazine is produced by Ian Costs and myself. Todd dills who support from Lacey Roberts Palmar Hoffer in Jewish appear the trail. Joppy glass off your tail.

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"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"Will help us learn more about our listeners. And we'd really value your feedback. Could you take just a few minutes to tell us about yourself and share some things you like about the show after you listen to this episode? Of COURSE PLEASE VISIT SURVEY. Dot P R x dot org slash over the road to take the survey today. That's survey dot P r x dot org slash over the road. Thanks so much. Hey Todd dills here from overdrive for this week's Channel One nine. We're trying something a little different. We're getting off the phone and heading out into the World Day off when you come up. The question of the day is how do truckers customized trucks interiors? So we're taking a little tour. Of course there are as many answers to that. Question is there are over the road drivers but Daniel and Phil Snow here out of Harrison. Arkansas can give you a good idea of just how far some truckers will go to make a truck their own. We got married three months after we met. I mean I thought she was just going on vacation when she got into drive women. Fourteen years ago. She's still air. You know. Get rid of me. Daniel in Phyllis call their deep green truck. The goose that does is a nineteen ninety six freightliner plastic exile for actual tractor day droid powered with a custom hundred and forty inch bottled on it. One hundred and forty inch bunk. It's a pretty staccato workforce. Let's sleeper cab. Almost twelve feet long picture. The body of a small travel trailer say built onto the back of the driver's cab and painted to match. You're getting close to a good description of what the goose looks like two top stove and then I have a microwave conviction. Eleven Jeanette shower shower bath in the toilet dining table and all of it tastefully tiled floor decorated to theme that reflects the snow's faith so our basic overall fame of the truck is Christianity. Daniel show you around a little bit on the back wall. We used a cowboy nail nat across the center of the sailing. We have a cowgirl With a truck behind her Neilan at across and it says in God we truck.

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"Gentlemen. Nine special is a feature over the road from radio. Tokyo and overdrive magazine is produced by Ian Cost Myself. Todd dill's with support from Lacey Roberts Palmar Hofer and Jewish Shapiro. Thanks for the feedback. We got for this episode from the drivers whose voice you heard the top Taylor. Barker Cody blankenship Mike Mustang Crawford Jason Milk..

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"Hey listeners if you're a fan of over the road you may also enjoy carrier in immersive audio thriller from Q Code Media. The fictional series stars. Emmy Tony and Grammy Award winner. Cynthia every vote as raylene watts. A long haul truck driver who somewhere along the lonely highway discover. She's carrying more than just produce. Every leads amazing. Cast that includes Martin Star Lamar and Morris Dale dickey Lance rettig and Elliott. Gould Binge all of carrier. Now subscribe wherever you. Get your favorite podcasts. It's todd dill's from overdrive magazine back with another channel. One nine special peterbilt. Three seventy nine worth nine hundred fell. Thirteen international part of a driver's job is to know their equipment inside out. Thirteen speeds sleeper hundred. Four fifty five Walsh Angie with three million six hundred forty two thousand six hundred eighty miles on so today. We'll be taking questions about engines. Gears brakes lights in all else you might want to know about the truck itself over the years of the known to Marcy Radnor Avenue in a peterbilt. Today's Ingrid Brown had no hailing from the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina. Pratima Kennedy. No come on. I've been a driver in. Breyer now. Company governor for forty plus years. Okay let's.

"todd dill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Seven. Two eight five. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum. Show podcast well. We have been talking to a lot of our friends on the road Over these last two weeks because never in my Lifetime has have have truckers. Been more important and we are delighted to welcome into the program. Not only is a song writer but He does a trucking pot trucker in and he does a podcast Palmar Hofer and I hope I got that name right Long-haul might be the best way to Paul. How are you great? Your pronunciation was spot on. I am a trained professional. Seriously it's it's it's really great to have you on and we had a call about twenty minutes ago from a trucker in Frankfurt Germany. We've had calls from truckers all across this country and You know because you deal with these men and women every day They are keeping this country alive right now. The thank you for being with us. And tell us what you're hearing and and from your friends out there on the road unfortunate to Be someone who hauls food and So it's really been business as usual for us and I mean yes sir. Been changes I mean. Atlanta was a ghost town on the Florida last week. and you don't have as much access to some facilities sit down restaurants and the like but when you when you compare those Inconveniences to just the you know What the rest of the world is going through. I feel quite fortunate so things are going well but I want you to talk a little about just The men and women that you know that you see that you converse with that you hear from because I know we always tend to take people for granted until we into we realize how important they are but Give us a little back story on on on who these people are. And and what people like you and your friends out there go through every week. Well you know had a really interesting conversation with a friend of mine Shortly before Calling you seem as Bill Bill. Last Wednesday fell sick and just horribly sick at a truck. Stop in stock and let me. You couldn't even see watch TV. And you know He. He carries his own food as you know Microwave and other ways of preparing food but but he he was just laid up sick unable to care for himself For days and He called his brother who was in nearby. Indianapolis brother was under quarantine. He said the best I can do for us to call the ambulance. And so they did and the ambulance came out and they asked him a series of questions took his temperature. And Said we don't think you've got you know Cova nineteen and he was just left there to to deal with it and He he heard His the trump park next to him like something is tires and he said Man I. I don't even have strange to to to go in there and by myself water. I've run out of water. Could if I give you this money and the gentleman said Menu. You're sick yeah I I'm bad. And the truck next to him said get away from me you know. He was just irate. Don't breathe on me. You don't read on my truck but there was a there's no organization now they're Called meals for eighteen wheelers and so a call went out on social media and you know. He woke up one day and there was a six pack of water on his step. Somebody else brought him some orange juice and soup and lemons and cinnamon and I. I've known Bill Awhile. So when I got off work eight he and his wife or old friends and they back. They gave me a couple of harmonicas once and I was able to take take some groceries to him but I mean this guy still there and and then when when you consider the impacts you said you know in Texas if you take a ride to a hospital in an ambulance your commercial. Driver's license automatically suspended. So Ah when you imagine just how fraught That situation is for a gentleman like that. Who really can't verify condition. That's one example. You see the best in the worst of what's going on in this Pandemic and that whole episode strangers bringing him food. And you know I'm a stranger who is the brother just could would not help him so I'm just giving you that story because it's the the the the first one that comes to mind long-haul Paul joining us Talking about The truckers who who make this country work. I know that it's difficult and and I say that because I experienced five days with a trucker many many years ago so to in terms of a newspaper piece I was doing but what is a normal or is there such a thing Paul as normal week for a truck. Well I the job I have now. I've had almost nine. Years is is Kinda gravy deal. We have direct accounts with Fortune. Five hundred companies and we. We always go somewhere warm almost so we we legal high. Oh and Florida go to Texas about five if this is how you want to run home in about five or six days and it's it's really nice. I call it old man my earlier days. I didn't hall this kind of stuff I was just you know I was just you know all out. You Know Gung Ho just going as many miles as I could. This has been a kind of a good place for me to land after that That kind of running but But for me. The normal for me is two days up in three maybe to today's down. We're three days But I gotta be honest. All I'm kind of a sin bagger. I'm just I'm I'm just not the guy that just is Gung Ho. I've done this job a long time and I just want to get my job done and not hurt anybody and go home and understandably so what. What can we normally find on your podcast? Oh well thanks. For that mentioned we hit over. The road is is a it's a PR extra radio. Topi collaboration with the folks I write for overdrive magazine and in fact my editor. Todd dill's is a listener understand. And he wanted me to send you his regards along with a rousing in dogs. Thank you He's Interesting story about toddy. He lived in Chicago for ten years and then he just gravitated to sec football at a sports bar because like other people with that same cultural identity were there and those were. I became his group of friends and So but anyway Getting back to the PODCAST. What they did was Jewish Shapiro Just I don't know I don't know if this analogy is going to work with the sports trucking audience but it was sort of like Unwise THE ELISA doolittle project they they just. We're GONNA take this guy in this truck seem to like to spin yarns and tell stories and and the land the land mentoring resources into production resources of this amazing network and turn it into something which hopefully approaches an ethnology of the industry in an artful manner. And it's it's done well. Julie Shapiro is is really honest. Our executive producer and. She's really one of the great teachers I've had in my life she She's she's justed. Collaboration that that took and in the skill that took the people that parties on the same team is really bears. Tribute to her and in cost in costs are sound designer. But we we've gotten so so many nice conversation started and It's it's made. It's made a pretty good impact. It was In the top. Twenty for awhile on Apple. An apple has half a million active. Podcast seems to be hanging in the top one hundred fairly well and and it's It's really a bizarre turn of events because of this podcast and this association with this network Get calls from you know legitimate people like yourself we we just had an article shout out from the New Yorker today and and I think what I hope people will hear as like a studs terkel storytelling Version of trucking. That doesn't always make it into Commercial programming this is it you know. Radio is an independent network. I've of content creators and so we had a little more latitude and What I really respected about in costs and Julia Shapiro like if someone would tell us a story about how they were addicted to a drug and they got down on their knees and ask God to take it away from. They didn't they didn't They didn't shy from that story. They put it right in there and because they're looking for an historical context of what has to jump in here. Because we're we're about to run out of time but I do thank you very much. We wish you well and we hope hopefully give our best regards to everyone out there on the road. Absolutely thank you. Thank you long-haul joining us a really interesting concept there we We are certainly saluting. It's been a breakneck show. We started Couple of hours ago with Kirk herbstreet saying he believes the College Football Season High School in the NFL could be off. Didn't feel comfortable. He didn't feel comfortable thinking it was going to happen. That set off quite a chain of events. Joe Scarborough joined us. Mike Lucan the next hour. We have been very very busy. And we'll try to include your phone.

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"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"Hey folks todd dill's from overdrive magazine. We'll be back next week with episode four over the road but in the meantime I'm here with another Channel One nine special today. We're talking about music but do truckers listen to out on the road. A lot depends on taste of course so we went ahead and put out a call and see be garth Brooks Keith. Whitley Air Naval and down Harry Connick Junior Travis trid George Strait George Jones. Some familiar names in there for sure. But here's one you may not know ric that'd be the tone justice troops. She can can game between the labs. He's like the Merle haggard trucker songwriters. Both the quintessential example and inspiration to legions of others. County best..

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"Hey everybody todd deals with overdrive magazine back with another channel. One nine special where? We put your trucking questions to the professionals. As of this week phone lines are open. And the question's been rolling in it calling from Medford Massachusetts the question about roads. I'm figuring that Long haul truckers just about every stretch of highway in the country. So I'm wondering. Yeah what's What's the best stretch? Vote out there. Thank you know. Now there's glass question something. Every trucker has an opinion on six Wall Street past early. Seventy seven going through West Virginia. Twenty eight Lewis owner-operator. We know name. Mandy joke narrow even wrote a song about the subject. Eighty makes you happy to be so? We tossed this question at this time to a relative newcomer for a fresh. Take on the matter. My name is Frederick Claxton. Everybody back home calls me choice. Choice has been loading a flatbed for three years. Always say you like it or you'RE GONNA love it. You're not flatbed. 'cause doing is torture. And when I asked about his favorite stretch of road he actually gave me two answers before we get to those. It might help to know a little more about the man first off. He's a big town guy born and raised in New York that is definitely shaped the way he drives where he likes drives. Well the perfect road has to have character but it's also got to be something challenge. I would never be team in growing up but I am a New Yorker would call an aggressive driver. I love to maneuver New York. Also helps to be where he picked up his nickname while sitting at a table with friends. One time and one of them told me I was the master of my own choices and the phrase stuck with him. I just decided to star writing choice master in graffiti and also pending right decades later after a career with a major clothing brand brought him all the way out to the west coast choice decided to take a motorcycle ride across country from La to New York on a street. Pike it changed his life. Everybody calls me crazy but it was the first. Tom had seen anything in between the East Coast and the West Coast and I thought to myself what could be better travelling in the truck. I get to see the United States and get paid. Mother is really excited about me. Chuck in remember the first time she asks me. What's the most beautiful state and when I said Utah like she was really Utah? Here's his first favorite road. Interstate fifteen from Las Vegas to salt. Lake City keeps me on my toes. 'cause there's a lot of inclined decline you know a lot of twists and turns but for the most part is is two lanes so it's a challenge for sure working the gears and engine. Brake control downhill speed. It's not like a car. I can just ride my break all the way down the hill they'll smoke and then I'll lose my breaks and no I'm going to go off a cliff but at the same time. It's just beautiful. That's that's the saw. I'm I'm off every time I drive through. It is one chunk in particular for fifteen crosses the Moa Valley in Nevada and then roughly traces through the Virgin River those canyons or just to me. It's just like unfinished art. What I always think about is that used to be water flowing through those canyons. Nice beautiful water and I can imagine when You know the native Indians were running it what it be like to be a child to be able to play out here in these canyons. I think about when I drive through there. Okay that's favorite road number one for number two. He was something a little different. Call me crazy. I like ninety five minutes. Yeah that would be. Perhaps the most heavily traffic north south route in the nation. I ninety five particularly the northern part of it the cuts right through New York City. I know you're GonNa sit that like this. He's off his rocker. But I just I like the drive something that has some character like you know I really don't use cruise control a lot first of all. I like to use the pedal you know traffic or when it's moving I like it and that feeling doesn't end at the offramp either. I love driving to New York City. I'll take those lola tall day and I don't mean you know a lot of people like I'm going over the George Washington Bridge. Oh I drove New York City. No you didn't drive New York City you bring in and you deliver on Central Park West. Where trucks don't even belong you're taking lanes because you got all these box trucks had his don so you gotta go into Oncoming Lane and I I love it I love the northeast gets a bad rap. Eighty one Brenston. The North had the upper upper without a doubt. Please keep those questions coming. We'll keep working on the answers. Give us a call. Seven six five two four five four eight four and leave us a message. Gentlemen nine specials feature of over the road from Radio Topiary and overdrive magazine. It's produced by Ian Costs and myself. Todd dill's support from Lacey Roberts Omar Hoffer and Julie Shapiro makes the truckers whose voices you heard top bread. James Phillips no the Sandra Gibson and Jacquie Wallis plus a few. We know only by their handles demand. Little Mama and the Texas special. Thanks of course to Twin Falls Idaho based owner operator manage open euro for her heartbeat song. You can find music on Youtube spotify and most other places under Mandy Joe Panero. That's A. N. D. I. J. O. P. I. N. H. E. I R. O. Researcher name overdrive online dot Com. By more about Frederick Claxton's truckers feeding homeless effort via truckers feeding the homeless dot com. We'll be back with you next week with a deep dive into the history of trucking until then ghostwriters over.

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"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"todd dill" Discussed on Over the Road

"Hey there and welcome to the Channel. One nine special. I'm todd dill's in case you're just joining us or wondering where Paul is and who I am. Here's the deal. I'm an editor at overdrive magazine. Meaning I spend most of my time writing about trucking four truckers. But for this podcast. I'll be hosting this series of mini episodes. Where we help. Answer your questions about trucking. If you're hearing this and you are a trigger then keep toned but bear with me. We'll be hitting some real basics. Start I channel one nine. We're going to talk about handling. Cb handles guess the only one I've ever really had was freak as infrequency because on the Radio Guy at our company I fix everybody's CB's you've well started out years ago Hall concrete on flat bed one of my buddies and said Hey Kanzi cowboy it stuck with me in the late. Nineteen fifties. The Federal Communications Commission started requiring licenses for anyone wanting to use a see. That's a citizens band radio. It was easy enough to get a license but CB's got so common that many truckers just didn't bother with it today the FCC truckers and others without licenses came up fictitious names for themselves shadow. I'm not going to get into the story about how I got that name. Even though the FCC stout requiring the senior license in the early Nineteen Eighties. Tradition of handles stuck around. They can be jokes because I used to weigh a hundred pound exercises in wish fulfillment. But I've gone by T. speed before but like slow and slower. Yes appropriated insults to if you Google the words Wild Australian bitch it comes back Dingo sort of. That's my handle Schreider. The heck are you might Crawford here. Might be the first trucker who told me that a CB handle meant to last is rarely something you give yourself given the handle beer cab. Because when he was sitting there drinking beer kept count of how many dad was he saved little tabs. Legit handle is a nickname that takes the reins and he looked like curly from a priest. Who just and he could sound. Act just like in fact Crawford gave me my own him like you're like a ghost. I'm somewhere all of a sudden you show up and would you be in everywhere and being able to write about everything. You need dose writer. That's W. R. I t. e. r. most writer chants. But how might Crawford became? The Mustang is a more interesting story. We're going on a ranch out in Colorado for one hundred dollars a week. He'd come off the road and the nineteen eighties to try his hand is a cowboy out in Colorado. Wow Mustang from out in Nevada or somewhere there you would come to know a wild horse. They name the force. Norman Norman. It was very friendly and he was very playful. He would come up behind you. And take you snows in Knox Cowboy hat off. He's like Mike took on the project breaking Norman to a writer and I can ride most anything. Well didn't always go. Well I climbed up in the saddle. Squeeze my legs together. Which was commanded to get into? You know go forward He didn't walk forward. It straight up. Did you ever try to get a saddle out from between your legs when you're eight foot in the air in coming down and there's no horse under you? I hit hard me the saddle still between my legs and I'm trying to breathe. Norman comes over and I swear to God. This is the truth is some other people. See It would verify norman. Come over then down. Looked at me like are you alright and lick my face like damn dogwood how everybody kept telling me. Mustang man and like any good handle the name stuck mustangs long career in trucking saw both the glory days and the long decline of the truckers. Today call it. The quote original Social Media Boards Heyday in the nineteen seventies when impromptu highway meet and greet for drivers. Cb coffee breaks some called. You got no guys at. You'd be driving down the road and see it coming on and Holler over a bear. Tab Is that you or hockey child is that you when friendships were forged over the airwaves. But we'd go along just BS in the Hallway. Always a social thing. Those things still happen but the steady rise. The cell phone did a number on. Cbs Culture among truckers on the vault. And everybody else cellphone. It became the downfall for a lot of things. One good thing makes it fairly simple to collect questions for podcast? If you've got a question about trucking dial seven six five four five four eight four four to ask the pros. He sure to state your name and location within a message. Gentlemen nine special is a feature of over the road for media. Tokyo and overdrive magazine is produced by Ian Costs and myself. Todd deals with support from Lacey. Roberts Palmar Hoffer and Jewish Shapiro. Thanks to the truckers whose voice you heard at the top. Steve Comedic Jason early wind and Walkabout Transport on her operator. Debbie Dingo visitor auto. Don't believe her go ahead and Google. Paul will be back with you next week all the way from Grand Island Nebraska until then ghostwriters over. Now do we'll catch you on the trail Emami Glass and the bears.

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