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Under The Hood show
Finally A Way To Keep Out Mice and Stop Rust

Under The Hood show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 56:54 Very Popular


Hang on until the end of the podcast where we talk to NHOU and tell you how to keep mice and rodents and Rust away from your car! How can I fix my ABS problem on my 2008 Dodge Caravan? Why does my 1991 Chevy Suburban stall while driving. Can I keep my flex fuel in my 2008 Tahoe and use e85 if I do a 6.0 swap. What kind of car cover and charger should I use when storing my Camaro? How to disable AFM and Displacement On Demand on a Chevy Suburban. Should I do a LS Swap or use a 383 Stroker in my 1981 GMC Truck? Why does my 1998 Buick Century stall when hot?

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor
The Car Doctor - 9/24/22 - Focus Hatch Unlatch

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 35:16


Ron starts this episode with a call on a 14 Focus where the rear hatch unlatches at inappropriate times : talks with Franklin Gage, president of the Vintage Chevrolet Collectors Association : talks about his mechanic Danny needing to replace an engine in his Camaro and parts warranty issues.   Visit us at https://www.cardoctorshow.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Supercars
Inside Supercars -Show 408 Part 2 - Ford vs GM

Inside Supercars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 18:28


Mark Rushbrook Ford Performance Motorsports Global Director set the scene for Mustang becoming the global platform for the future of Ford motorsport and how Supercars sets the platform. On the other side of the Supercars fence is Chevrolet Racing general manager Chris Payne who is shepherding the transition to the Camaro.

Sport Radio - Australia
Inside Supercars -Show 408 Part 2 - Ford vs GM

Sport Radio - Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 18:28


Mark Rushbrook Ford Performance Motorsports Global Director set the scene for Mustang becoming the global platform for the future of Ford motorsport and how Supercars sets the platform. On the other side of the Supercars fence is Chevrolet Racing general manager Chris Payne who is shepherding the transition to the Camaro.

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
ADD Biotech Director Shawn Malloy on Managing Neurodiverse Employees

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 22:02


A few fun facts about our guest today, Shawn Malloy: 48yr old Father of 2, a little trouble being ‘present' sometimes.Married 17yrs to a very tolerant and patient wife Meghan.Undergraduate degree in Biochemistry (after starting as a music major) from California State University, Long Beach (study abroad semester in Nottingham, England). 21 years at current employer, Biogen, 12 roles in 8 groups over 21 years. Hobbies: parkour (6 stitches), rock climbing (sprained knee), mountain biking (sprained ankle, lots of scars), and trail running, Yoga, meditation, swimming, racing midlife crisis Camaro, guitar building from scratch. “Poor student” all the way from kindergarten through high school – a few flashes of brilliance caught by the odd teacher throughout. Dangerous teenager and mid-20s kid. 25 jobs by the age of 27 and only fired once. Still struggles with honing in on 1 passion. In his own words:  “I've always preferred breadth to depth but I know that if I gave my full attention to one of my passions, I'd conquer the world. As with most ADD folks, I tend to be my own worst enemy in that regard. But anytime I've given something full attention I've had wild success – the guitar is one of my favorite examples. I had a desire to build a guitar for a while, a passion for artistic endeavors, creating things, and woodworking, and a goal of finishing it before Christmas as a gift for my dad. The end result was a beautiful piece of functional art, and it was the first time I ever saw my father cry”. Today we're talking mostly about Neurodiversity in the workplace.  ——  In this episode Peter and Shawn discuss:   00:40 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 01:01 - Intro and welcome Shawn Malloy 03:36 - You had 25 jobs by the age of 27. Let's talk about how you're not bored now, finally. 04:25 - "An ADD brain is like having a Ferrari engine with bicycle brakes" 04:55 - ADD can really be a blessing if you're in the right environment or you've put yourself in the right environment 05:55 - Growing at work under good, or ideal managing 06:55 - What happens when you get a dud for a manager at work? 08:05 - About Human Resources 09:40 - About recognizing talent and knowing how to utilize it in it's best possible ways 10:22 - Trust = Commitment 10:54 - On Managers and management 13:19 - On how purposeful planning is so important 15:00 - What do you tell the up and coming manager about how to manage folks with neurodiverse brains? 15:47 - “You don't manage to the role. You manage to the person”. 17:47 - On the power of diversity 18:42 - What is the one thing you've learned about your brain, that you wish you would've learned earlier in life? 19:12 - This bit right HERE on Imposter Syndrome and permitting your neurodiversity to work 20:00 - How can people find more about you? LinkedIN profile page is here: linkedin.com/in/shawn-malloy-3636696 20:22 - Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to hear. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits  — TRANSCRIPT via Descript and then corrected.. somewhat:  [00:00:37] Peter: Hello, everyone. Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal my name is Peter Shankman. I am thrilled to have you here today. It's great to be here. Its a gorgeous day outside its approaching the end of August as we're recording this. Couple more weeks to labor day, I am about to get outta here and take my daughter out for a week to Tenerife. If you don't know where that is, all need to know it's off the coast of Spain and it is the largest has the largest water park in the world. So you could make the argument I'm going to the largest water park in the world and taking my daughter with me. So it doesn't seem weird. Anyway, thrilled to have you for another episode!   We have a guy named Shawn Malloy on the podcast. Shawn is different than some of our guests, but also very much the same as all of our guests. 48 year old father to 12 year old boy Killion, 10 year old girl, Anna. He loves his kids to death has trouble being present sometimes .Sounds familiar, born and raised settled north of Boston, Massachusetts married 17 years to a lovely tolerant and patient wife named Megan. Here's the cool part undergraduate degree biochem okay, so abroad in England, 21 years, the past 21 years, he has worked at a company called Biogen, which is how I met him when I gave a keynote to Biogen about a month or so ago, 12 roles in eight groups over 21 years, loves adrenaline sports .Sounds, familiar, parkour, rock climbing, mountain biking. I love that he puts all this stuff in his bio and includes the number of stitches and injuries he got with each one, which I think is just so ADHD for all of us. He races a car. He has a midlife crisis Camaro on track. He built a guitar from scratch. Don't we all with that? Anyway, his story is like all of ours. He was a poor student. He was a dangerous teen, he, hit his stride stride in college. Let's talk to Shawn and figure out what turned him into what he's doing today. Shawn, welcome to Faster Than Normal man.  [00:02:37] Shawn: Thank you very much, Peter. Um, your talk at Biogen was definitely it hit home. Um, I was an adult diagnosed #ADHD or #ADD um, survivor, I guess you could say. Uh, and my teen years is definitely a survival story to some extent, um, But, yeah. Thanks for, thanks for having me on this is, uh, I'm looking forward to a fun conversation. [00:03:00] Peter: At the end of the day, we make it through, we survive it. Somehow we move on, you know, we become adults. I joke that, um, you know, I turned 50 a couple of weeks ago, but didn't really hit me until yesterday. When I had a wall unit delivered. I now own a wall unit in my living room, which is. What kind of bullshit is that right? That's how, you know, you're getting all that, a goddamn wall unit. You know, I used to just hang my TV on the wall, right? No, not I have a wall unit cause you know, I need storage. What is that? Right. Welcome to middle age.  [00:03:30] Shawn: Adulting. Um, it's horrible. [00:03:32] Peter: Yeah. So let's talk about ADHD. You had 25 jobs by the age of 27. You were only fired once you got bored, super fast, right? Biogen, you found a place that never let you get bored. Yes. Um, okay, so let's talk about that. Cause not everyone has the fortune to not always, you know, not everyone has a job where they don't always get bored. [00:03:56] Shawn: It it's been, honestly, it's been pretty amazing. Um, I think Biogen's been a place that. If you're performing reasonably well, you don't even have to be a top performer, but you're performing reasonably well. They'll let you try different stuff out. And I've moved from jobs that were somewhat adjacencies to jobs where I, I didn't know what I was doing. Um, And much to my surprise, each time I would be at 80% of my peers within a couple of months. And I attribute that to that ADD brain. Right. You've got this #Ferrari engine with bicycle brakes. Um, I. I was always able to assimilate information really quickly, put the pieces together, learn really fast, and it started to be intrinsically rewarded, rewarding. You talk about that dopamine hit, but the success profile that Biogen let me build over the years, just continued to add confidence to me as a person. Um, but also to the power of ADD. Like once I found out that I had ADD it started to click that this really can be a blessing if you're in the right environment or you've put yourself in the right environment. [00:05:02] Peter: Well, and that's sort of one of the, sort of the unexpected gifts of, or ADHD that we, we figure out, right? No one can tell you that, right? No one can say, oh, trust me. It's gonna be, you know, you don't believe it. It has to happen. And it has to show up naturally, but once it does. It's sort of that way of call, like, wow, I'm in a position. I, I, I have this job where I have ability to not only do my job great, but then I can create things within my job that give me that dopamine hit that, let me work harder and let work more and let do better. So it's almost like selfing, prophecy.  [00:05:33] Shawn: Yeah. Yeah. And in my time here, right, I've had 21 years. You can imagine I've had a lot of managers in that time. I've really only had two duds. And those were the times where there was such rigidity placed on me. And what I was allowed to do that I really did actually flounder. I, I was not good at the job, or I just couldn't get engaged with the job. And those were really hard and it got me to a point. You know, rather than looking for the ideal job, I look for the ideal manager and just make sure that the work's gonna be interesting. [00:06:04] Peter: That's an interesting point. Instead of finding the, the, looking for the ideal job, you look for the ideal manager. And I think a lot of that actually resonates because I remember, you know, the few jobs I've had, right? I, I, I, I worked for America online, back in the nineties. That was the last job I ever had. The only job I ever had. And I had a great manager who let me, who understood, like do your job, you know, do it whichever way works for you, but get it done. And, and that. I think for me, you know, for my first job, having that as a first job was a bit of a, a problem because, uh, I just assumed every job was like that right. I went to my second job and, and, and it totally was not. And, you know, there were 8:00 AM meetings. There were check-ins and like, you know, I quit in two weeks. So having that ability to find that, or to have a boss or to have a, a manager. Who understands how you work and let you, lets you go the way you want I think it's key. You sort of honed in on that and you said it, you only had two sort of duds. What happens when you get a dud though? How do you, how do you sort of handle yourself? Because it's not, you know, if you can't be yourself, if you're not allowed to do the things you want, be the way you want. It's difficult. [00:07:06] Shawn: It's very difficult and it, the problem that was just, it continued to get worse is I didn't stop being myself. I don't think that that's in the, a add profile is the ability to not be impulsive and not be yourself. Right. Um, that's so one of the things that defines us, so the relationship just deteriorated from not good to really bad. But what I did have was this long history of performance with a lot of people, I had a big network, so I was able to work through my network to find the next opportunity. Um, and really that was the only way out. I was not working my way out of this, this problem with the manager that was the dud or the managers that were duds, it just wasn't gonna work. Uh, one of the managers was removed, so they were a dud for everybody, not just me. The other one was the manager who was highly regarded and really was a brilliant man, but it was not a good personality match between how I needed to be functioning and how he wanted me to be functioning. And that one, the one where I network.  [00:08:04] Peter: That's interesting point. That's interesting point because you know, it's not all the time that, you know, remember there are a lot of times where you you're sitting there and you're going okay. It's not that the, the boss, isn't a good boss. He's not a good boss for me. Yes. Right. And how do you, how do you sort of explain that, you know, to, to the powers that be when they don't understand what he, not a good boss for you, he's a boss, you know, you deal with it. Well, it doesn't work that way all the time. [00:08:31] Shawn: No, it really doesn't. And you're very right. HR is almost always gonna side with the boss and they did, um, they didn't fully get it, but I wasn't in a unique position. This was, you know, maybe 15 years deep into my career here. I had built this legacy of everywhere I went, I did excellent. So it wasn't like, they just thought all of a sudden I'm not doing my job, but it was not a pleasant experience trying to, to escape if you will. I, there were a lot of things up against me, but I don't, I think there are gonna be a lot of people that don't have that benefit.  [00:09:00] Peter: Well, that's the thing that brings up a really interesting point is that, is that every, you know, for as long as you're in a job, whether it's 15 years or 15 days, you know, your goal is to create a, a sort of, uh, security blanket around yourself where people look at you and go, yeah, he's a really good worker, or he's a really, you know, smart employee or whatever and so if something's not working. Right. Let's not be that quick to blame him. Let's see what the issue and, and that doesn't necessarily happen all the time because companies aren't trained to think that way.  [00:09:35] Shawn: Not very often. No, I've what I got to know when I became a supervisor, is that there are very few people who don't want to do a good job. I would say it's bordering on none. Nobody wants to come in and be known as the crappy employee. Um, there's usually a barrier in their way, and it's whether it's a barrier in how the job is functioning or the training, or in my case, if you having a person with a ADD or some other, um, I don't wanna call it a disability, a different ability, a different brain, right. Um, you've gotta find ways to get them to be their best, cuz if you can find that for them; man, will they run through brick walls? Like if you're the person who discovers what that person's talent is after they've been, um, pushed down their whole life, what a connection seriously. Um, and had many of those over my career. [00:10:22] Peter: That's really a key point also, because if you are a manager and you're able to bring that out, Your in your employee. Right. And, and, you know, not only bring that out, but, but appreciate it as opposed to try and push it back down, you know, these employees will go to the end of the Earth for you. And I don't think enough managers- don'ts that, that. They don't realize the level of commitment that someone with a different brain will give you. If you give them that level of trust.  [00:10:54] Shawn: Oh, you I've seen it too many times to not believe it's true. Peter. You're, you're dead right. And. The not only that, right? The work side of things, but that personal connection that you get that personal, just watching somebody light up because they've been discovered for what they bring to the table. The, the trouble with managers is very few of them receive good formal training. It's kinda like when you're parenting, right. You become a parent. And then all of a sudden you've gotta figure out how to raise a human being. Um, when you're a manager, most of them are thrown to the, the, the job because they were good at a job, but not necessarily good at managing right. The good ones over time, come to realize that you manage the individual, you don't manage to manage your role. You manage to the people that you have in front of you. And, and that does get to you're managing to every individual difference. You're bringing out the bright spots and trying to minimize the deficits and it's not easy. It really isn't. So I don't, I don't fault always the managers who aren't good at it because it, it does take a, a really dedicated person to be able to do that. And you also have to have the bandwidth to do it. A lot of managers are given a day job as well as a manager role. So there's gotta be some patience for the manager as well.  [00:12:04] Peter: Isn't that, um, what you said earlier that, that, you know, most managers aren't born into, into the concept of managing they're they're they're become, they become managers cause they were given a job which isn't necessarily a manager job. Isn't that the Peter principle, the Peter principle is, is the object that basically states that every worker will rise to his or her highest level of incompetence. Yes right in that, in that you, you, you, you hire someone and they're good at their job, so you promote them and they're good at the next job, so you promote them again and they're good at the following job. So you promote them again. Then they're not good. If finally reach a point where they're not good. Well, you don't demote. But you don't promote them again. Right. So they sit there. Right. And they, it that's how bureaucracy happens.  [00:12:43] Shawn: yes. Yeah. It, it plays itself out over and over again in corporate America. For sure. I, I don't really have a good solution for it. Right. But I, I think, I don't know if there is one there really,  [00:12:55] Peter: I think we can make a lot, you and I can make a lot of money, but you figure one out.  [00:12:58] Shawn: No question. Yeah. I would agree. Um, I took a few notes as I was thinking about this podcast and, and the things I wanted to be able to convey. And we've talked about a, a great one, right? I think understanding how to navigate your career with ADD is important. But one of the things that I've I've learned throughout the years is, um, purposeful planning. As a person with ADD and activation energy. And I think they do relate to how I've navigated my career over time at Biogen. It wasn't just that I bounced around from job to job because I'm a ADD; I did all along have plans. Um, and for me, it's similar to the guitar that I built. Right. I had a, I finally had something that I could leverage my artistic capability, my engineering capability. I had a goal around it. Timing. And step by step of how to approach it. And I've, I've approached my career much the same way. And when I first started supervising people, I was in the manufacturing element of Biogen, very small little world. Okay. Very small little world. Right. But you feel like it's all there is because you're in the science, you're actually making the drug. But as I was developing people, all, I really knew how to develop them for were manufacturing roles. So I wanted to get out and see the broader thing that is biotech. I wanted to hop into some individual contributor roles, learn what different roles did so that as I came back to a management role, I'd understand how to develop people. Like when I saw somebody's passion to speak to what we were getting to before, when I noticed somebody's niche, I didn't necessarily know what to do with it other than maybe a small part in manufacturing, but now that I've come full circle with all this knowledge of all these roles, when I see somebody who's got a particular passion, I know where that fits in the organization. I know how to put them in a role that's gonna get them into that flow state. And that's good for people with a ADD that's good for people in life in general, but it all came because I had a plan that as a manager, I wanted to be able to develop people better, to be able to do that. I had to understand  [00:14:53] Peter: that brings up a great point. What do you tell, you know, if you had to. Sort of hammer that down in 10 words. What do you tell the up and coming manager about, I mean, managing in general, but obviously managing people with neuro diverse brains, right. Because you know, , you certainly do not learn this in school.  [00:15:11] Shawn: No, I think it's the first question I ask my people, um, when I meet them is- what is your passion? Where does time disappear for you? And then I'm gonna do my best to find the aspects of the current role that you're in and whatever future roles you wanna point yourself towards where that passion can come to bear as often as possible. Every job is gonna have crap you don't wanna do, sorry. It's work. Yeah. But the more that you can leverage those points of passion. The more you're gonna enjoy your work. The more you're gonna succeed. And the more you're just gonna really shine. And that's, that's what I would tell managers is you don't manage to the role you manage to the person. [00:15:51] Peter: Ooh, I like that.  [00:15:52] Shawn: If you wanna get the most out of the people that are around you, find out what drives them. Where does time disappear for them? You'll be surprised, right? You may hate analytics. You may hate looking at data, but I've had people under me who that is their passion. Mm-hmm they love working in a spreadsheet. They love seeing the story that comes out. When you start looking at the data and the numbers. If you have somebody who hates that, don't put them in a role that that's their main function. Find the person that that is their passion and oh, you're. Get such better work outta them, and you're gonna get better dedication, better loyalty. And you'll have people coming to you for jobs because they wanna work for you because you get it. You get how to place them in success. [00:16:35] Peter: You bring an interesting point because I think a lot of people, whether you're manager or not, you know, we tend to gravitate towards the stuff that we're good at the stuff we like. Right. I mean, you know, let's. As we're as we're growing up and we're in school when we're undiagnosed with a neurodiverse brain, um, it's no surprise that we gravitate towards the stuff we're really good at, right. For me it was, it was English or it was, you know, it was social studies or whatever it wasn't math. Right. And so math would be horrible. So I would avoid math as much as possible. I think as adults, when we're in job roles, we sort of keep that uh, in the back of our heads and we don't really let that go away. So that, so that, that, you know, we tend to gravitate sorts of stuff we like to do and try to avoid the stuff we don't. And so, because of that, I think, you know, we look at our, our, our sort of employees when we're in a managerial role and we put them in the same boat, but what we have to sort of understand is that, that we might have employees who love the very stuff that we hate, like love. Yes. The very stuff that we hate. And we have to sort of, I guess, embrace that. For them. Right. And let them under, you know, Hey, you, you have that math kick. Great. Go do math. you know, I, I, I look at along lines of, I, my assistant is awesome at the stuff I'm terrible at. She doesn't let me schedule stuff in my calendar because I screw it up, but she's great at it. She loves that stuff. And so it's that, it's that giving over that ability for her to do that. [00:18:08] Shawn: It's the power of diversity, right? We're talking about neurodiverse brain, but the power of diversity is everywhere in life. It's everywhere in work. And if you can work with people who are different than you, you're gonna be so much better off because everybody can bring a different strength to bear. Yeah. The hard part is a hundred percent. Different personalities that are there. Cause that can be a little weird. We are humans at the end of the day and sometimes we get a little quirky on the personality side.  [00:18:32] Peter: I think. We could do nine and a half hours on managing personalities. So I'm not even gonna start with that. but I will, I will end it with this. I'll ask you this. What is the one thing you've learned about your brain, whether it's, you know, in a professional setting or personal setting with your wife or your kids that you wish learned earlier?  [00:18:54] Shawn: That is a great question. I think you had mentioned it it's that the imposter syndrome, um, that it's very real, that it exists, but it really isn't true 90% of the time. The ADD brain, you are so good at so many things, and you can see the big picture better than so many other people. You're gonna be your own harshest critic. Yeah, that does not mean that you are not still better than 80 or 90% of the people who are doing the same thing. It means you're not 80 to 90% as good as you wanna be, or, you know, you could be, but stretching that extra mile may not be worth the effort. Your, your good enough is gonna be better than most people's best. So don't let imposter syndrome beat you down.  [00:19:46] Peter: I love that. [00:19:46] Shawn: Don't fall prey to it. Have faith that what you're doing is probably better than the majority of the people around you. [00:19:53] Peter: That's that's a phenomenal, uh, a phenomenal line. That's that's awesome. I love that. I love that. Awesome. Well, listen, I cannot thank you enough for taking the time, Shawn really appreciate it. I'm so glad we connected, uh, at the Biogen talk. Guys, Shawn Malloy , uh, how can people find you? How can they, how can they, uh, learn more about you?  LinkedIN profile page is here: linkedin.com/in/shawn-malloy-3636696 [00:20:11] Shawn: Uh, LinkedIN I am on LinkedIn. It's Shawn S H a w N M a L L O Y. Uh, and you'll find me as employed by Biogen. That's probably the cleanest and simplest way to find me.  [00:20:22] Peter: Awesome guys. We've been visiting with Shawn Malloy and you've been listening to Faster Than Normal. My name is Peter Shankman as always. We love that you're here. And if you had a second right now, go and leave us a review. I cannot tell you how those reviews help our uh, podcast growth, the more reviews the more it helps the website and the podcast is seen. It is really incredible, and we're able to help more and more people understand that ADHD is a gift, ADD is a gift, Any form of neurodiversity is a gift, not a curse! We will see you again next week with a brand new interview and a brand new episode. We appreciate you listening, and we appreciate all our guests, including Shawn, thank you so much Shawn for taking the time. Guys, thank you for listening. We will see you next week. My name is Peter Shankman. And remember the ADHD and all forms of neurodiversity is probably the best thing that ever happened to you. We will see you next week. Stay safe. Talk to you soon. Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!

Opening Weekend
Episode 82: Fatal Attraction - Hellraiser: September 18, 1987

Opening Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 95:00


Opening Weekend will NOT be ignored, Dan! This week the boys head back to September 18th, 1987 to revisit the (rabbit-in-a) pot-boiler of an erotic thriller, FATAL ATTRACTION and the gross-out S&M horror of Clive Barker's HELLRAISER. Take a CenoBITE out of Episode 82 of Opening Weekend!September 1987: It's a Land of Confusion for Jason, Dan, and Fred as they navigate both the ups and downs of High School and the trickle down economics of Ronald Reagan impersonations. In the movie theaters, Clive Barker is grossing out audiences with a hell-scape full of unimaginable sadistic terrors, and yet that's nothing compared to what Dan faces as he walks down the halls of JFK (Jail For Kids) High as a Freshman. Pinhead SCORES! While Michael Douglas was getting in a Sammy-Hagar-head-of-hair-full of trouble for playing naughty, Jason was playing his own naughty games with some counterfeit hall-passes. And Fred learns that the only thing dumber than egging a High School Senior's Camaro is watching “Hellraiser” while eating left-over eggplant. The Order of the Gash commands you to enjoy Episode 82 of…BLUUUUUURGGGGH!

Hemmings Hot Rod BBQ Podcast
Revamping a Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z , on the Hot Rod BBQ Podcast!

Hemmings Hot Rod BBQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 51:43 Very Popular


Back in the mid-1980s, classic muscle cars weren't that cool, there were just old. Cars like Bandit Trans Am's, Chargers, AMXs… sure, they had a following, but they weren't sought after like today. Carburetors gave way to fuel-injection, and it seemed like every new car sold had air conditioning and power windows. And while late 1980s tech was cool 35-years ago, today, it could use an upgrade. That's why we here at Hemmings have decided to revamp a 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z with a new EFI crate engine, a slick new 5-speed transmission, along with a host of other goodies. On this episode of the Hot Rod BBQ Podcast, host Mike Musto and Hemmings Terry McGean tell you why we chose this iconic Camaro and give you a little insight into the 6-part video series that you'll soon see on the Hemmings YouTube channel.

Motorious
One State Is Backing Classic Car Owners Into A Corner, A Yenko SUV, And Hellcats Are On Patrol

Motorious

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 72:27


This week on the Motorious Podcast, the editors share little tidbits from their background before discussing why Nevada's registration laws might be a threat to all classic car owners in the country. Then, we get into a debate over Yenko SUVs, a Camaro driver gets into a hilarious police chase, and Texas cops will sick a Hellcat on you. Street takeovers are killing people, and we reveal our one of the coolest inventory picks of the week.Follow Us:Instagram: (Elizabeth) https://www.instagram.com/notorious_elizabeth/Twitter: (Steven) https://twitter.com/StevenSymes13 Headlines:https://www.motorious.com/articles/features-3/nevada-classic-car-registrations/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/yenko-tahoe-suburban/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/camaro-runs-texas-cops/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/texas-cops-have-1000-hp-hellcat-on-patrol/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/texas-cops-have-1000-hp-hellcat-on-patrol/Inventory Picks:https://buy.motorious.com/vehicles/277089/1969-plymouth-road-runner-hellcat-customhttps://buy.motorious.com/vehicles/276724/2018-bmw-m5

GEARS, GREASE, AND GASOLINE,  VOL 1
The Camaro and the Jet Truck

GEARS, GREASE, AND GASOLINE, VOL 1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 56:21


Big shout out to David for letting us stop by and getting on the Podcast. Gosh we sat there on his back enclosed patio just talking about his car his dad and brother Jack. He talks a lot about Jack his brother. His brother sounds like he was a great guy, I would of loved to meet Jack. Talking to David is much like talking to a excited kid that just got the keys to this awesome Camaro.

Gwatney Unplugged
Online Personality Kayla Rundle

Gwatney Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 40:13


Kayla Rundle is an online car enthusiast that has worked with numerous companies including Gwatney Performance Innovation and Holley. Follow her at kaylarundle.com

What Moves You | Speedway Motors Podcast
The Subtle Art of Thrashing a Build - David Newbern | 28

What Moves You | Speedway Motors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 41:29


David Newbern was always into cars, but he wasn't always into cars on-camera. That is, until someone named Mike Finnegan moved nearby and needed shears and a finger brake.  Growing up, David tagged along with his father to every car show possible, watching while his dad worked a kind of car guy magic to trade cars on the spot. They'd show up in one, and drive home in another, which happened as many as 20 times. His father's habit of swapping cars on a moment's notice gave a young gearhead practice on the idiosyncrasies of various cars and engines.  Before his television career, David made a profession out of installing gates, security cameras and construction. On the side, he was always building something with a passion to get it rolling as soon as possible. After trading his ‘71 Camaro for a ‘26 Essex Coupe, the Buick nailhead began knocking as soon as he got it home. He had a 2004 LS1 on the garage floor before LS swaps were common and made it work.   That old spirit of getting it running no matter what made David fit right in with the Roadkill crew. The rest, we already know. We've always been big fans of David and it was a pleasure to have him on the podcast.  Follow David on Instagram @DavidNewbern  Watch him on Finnegans Garage, Faster with Finnegan, Roadkill and more.

Moote, Kimmie and Otis
Comedian Alonzo Bodden: The Stolen Camaro

Moote, Kimmie and Otis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 13:38


Stand up comedian Alonzo Bodden stopped by Moote, Kimmie and Otis to talk with Moote about comedy in the pandemic, his new dog, getting a car stolen from his work and killing zoom shows.

Mecum On the Move
Fountain of Youth: Elmer's Fantastical Auto and Toy Museum

Mecum On the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 52:34


In this On the Move, hosts Matt Avery and John Kraman open the show with a slew of recent travel updates. Matt tells of his time at Berger Chevrolet's 23rd Annual All GM Show, held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, including the reveal of an off-the-books, GMMG-built, fourth-generation Camaro. Next, he details his time at Roadkill Nights in Plymouth, Michigan. Now in its seventh year, this year's event set a one-day attendance record with more than 40,000 spectators coming to see the drag racing on the historic Woodward Avenue. Then it's on to the three days of announcements from Dodge, including the debut of the Daytona Charger SRT Concept. The guys then recap Mecum's Monterey Auction, breaking down the Top 10 sellers, which all sold for more than $1 million dollars. After some impressions from attending the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, Matt and John highlight their favorite consignments at Mecum's upcoming Dallas auction. John likes a 1955 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster, while Matt is saddled up with a pair of SVT Cobra Mustangs. In the second segment of this week's episode, Matt and John are on-site at Elmer's Auto and Toy Museum in Fountain City, Wisconsin, joined by Rick Duellman. Rick shares with the guys how his father, Elmer, spent decades passionately collecting everything from pedal cars and antique toys, to motorcycles and cars, and then set it all up in a museum for others to enjoy.

Oil and Whiskey with The Roadster Shop
Chad Glasshagel: The Rampage Camaro - Ep. 34

Oil and Whiskey with The Roadster Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 200:37 Very Popular


Oil and Whiskey is presented by Blade HQ. Blade HQ has a knife for every pocket and any adventure! Shop their huge selection today! bladehq.com/oilandwhiskey Today's guest is the super-talented Chad Glasshagel, formerly a Roadster Shop guy who now helps design and create world class cars as a fabricator for Martin Bros. of Johnson City, Texas. He talks about his career, some of his favorite builds, and he and guys break down the Rampage Camaro. Find him on Instagram @chadrach56. On the Gas RexRods The Glove Box Microtech UTX-85 Benchmade Redoubt Elmer T Lee Bourbon Oil and Whiskey is also brought to you by Stillhouse Whiskey. Drink Stillhouse Whiskey, the Unbreakable Spirit. Find Stillhouse Whiskey at a store near you by going to stillhouse.com and using the store locator. Purchase Here: https://mikmak.us.stillhouse.com/1655131971082762a53d 1/6853cfc2-4a78-7be0-9e29-e0e19a1225b1 Don't miss the latest from The Roadster Shop. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @roadstershop Oil and Whiskey in an IRONCLAD original.

Oil and Whiskey with The Roadster Shop
Chad Glasshagel: The Rampage Camaro - Ep. 34

Oil and Whiskey with The Roadster Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 201:07 Very Popular


Oil and Whiskey is presented by Blade HQ. Blade HQ has a knife for every pocket and any adventure! Shop their huge selection today! bladehq.com/oilandwhiskey Today's guest is the super-talented Chad Glasshagel, formerly a Roadster Shop guy who now helps design and create world class cars as a fabricator for Martin Bros. of Johnson City, Texas. He talks about his career, some of his favorite builds, and he and guys break down the Rampage Camaro.  Find him on Instagram @chadrach56. On the Gas RexRods The Glove Box Microtech UTX-85 Benchmade Redoubt Elmer T Lee Bourbon Oil and Whiskey is also brought to you by Stillhouse Whiskey. Drink Stillhouse Whiskey, the Unbreakable Spirit. Find Stillhouse Whiskey at a store near you by going to stillhouse.com and using the store locator. Purchase Here: https://mikmak.us.stillhouse.com/1655131971082762a53d 1/6853cfc2-4a78-7be0-9e29-e0e19a1225b1  Don't miss the latest from The Roadster Shop. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @roadstershop Oil and Whiskey in an IRONCLAD original.

Labrador Morning from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)
HVGB drag show, NORAD modernization, and Dr. Peter Lin

Labrador Morning from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 57:25


Charger, Challenger, Mustang, Camaro...names synonymous with the iconic muscle car. But is the end of the gas-powered muscle car here? (0:00) Less adventurers, more glampers... That's one of the trends that Experience Labrador's Pete Barrett is noticing in Cartwright. (7:51) We continue our coverage of the Drag show, which took place in Happy Valley-Goose Bay earlier this month. (17:15) 5 Wing Goose Bay will get some upgrades as part of the initiative to modernize NORAD. (24:29) It's day four of the Elder's gathering, taking place in Natuashish. We'll hear from one of the event workers laying spruce boughs in preparation for an elder's meal. (40:41) Trying to avoid a trip to the ER? Tune in as health columnist Dr Peter Lin shares the most common injuries and illnesses hospitals deal with -- and how to prevent them. (48:18)

Car Talk
#2268: Donna's Hyundai

Car Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 33:37 Very Popular


Donna from Virginia used to be a REAL Donna in the Car Talk mold: She owned a couple of Camaro's and was perfectly happy. But Donna decided to tempt fate and bought a Hyundai and now all is not well with Donna. Can Click and Clack help Donna or does she have to change her name? Find out on this episode of the Best of Car Talk.

Mad Dungeon
MD 019 Head Kicker! The Musical w/ Brian Shutter (Neon Lords of the Toxic Wasteland)

Mad Dungeon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 111:07


You're a tourist visiting the sweet-smelling hometown of Connor Woodpond, the one-hit-wonder mega-star who wrote your favorite song, “Furry Boots and Slick Razors,” but he hasn't been seen in years. There's something about this town that just makes you want to sing your feelings. After your opening number, a mysterious figure in a trenchcoat and fedora implores you to save the rec center from Head Kicker and his bitchin' Camaro gang, The Mutated Mullets.This week's guest is Brian Shutter. We talk about Neon Lords of the Toxic Wastelands. Swingin' swords and choppin' lords vs. mutants and mullets. Their appendix N contains no books, but it does have music and movies like Mad Max and The Warriors. Brian's favorite movie is Dawn of the Dead (1978) and we talk about the different VHS covers that were available. Brian does a show called “Wax Pax Massacres” where they open old trading card packs and eat the 40-year-old gum from it. Neon Lords of the Toxic Wasteland "Total Carnage Edition" on Kickstarter!His new kickstarter is up and we talk about stretch goals of temporary tattoos, pogs, and we recommend xeno smut posters and Lord Randy action figures.  In this game, character creation's most important aspect is your hairstyle, and “attitude” is how cool you are in civilization, but sleaze (anti-charisma) is how much respect you get in the Wastelands.Follow Brian on Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - YouTube--Thanks for listening to the Epic Levels Mad Dungeon podcast, where D&D hip hop group Epic Levels and a guest create a system-neutral, playable one-page adventure map using improv, comedy, and lifetimes wasted on roleplaying games.Let us know if you run this or any of our other adventures and use the hashtag: #maddungeonYou can support us via Patreon for early episode releases, bonus map content, extra art, access to our discord server, and lots of other exclusive goodies.Epiclevelsrapgods.compatreon.com/epiclevelsinstagram.com/epic_levelstwitter.com/epic_levelsfacebook.com/epiclevelsrapgodsSubscribe to us on your favorite podcast player, leave a comment and tell your friends.Get nerd merch and stay up to date at EpicLevelsRapGods.comThe Epic Levels Mad Dungeon podcast is hosted by Andrew Bellury, Rob Bellury & Steve Albertson, and produced by Zach Cowan.Theme song by Epic Levels and beat by Inner Resting AKA Mason Grant who also makes tabletop games that you can purchase at Gamma Wave Games.© 2022 Epic Levels. All characters in this adventure–even those based on real people–are entirely fictional.

Kids in Need of Grace
7. How God Blessed Me with My 2022 Camaro 2SS!

Kids in Need of Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 41:38


I just wanted to take this time out and show y'all what God has been doing behind the scenes! This is my testimony of how God answered prayer in ways I couldn't have imagined, and now I will always have somewhere to look as a reminder of his faithfulness. Meet my brand new car, Grace! Linktree - https://linktr.ee/kidsinneedofgrace Christian Clothing Discounts! - https://linktr.ee/jnelsonambassador --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jnelson13/support

Motorious
Mustang Week Crushed, A Cop Who Can't Throw, And Kids Are Stealing Your Cars

Motorious

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 34:21


This week on the Motorious podcast, we talk about the end of Mustang of Mustang week. This week's headlines include cops using stop sticks in a chase, Dodge Challenger goes full Dukes of Hazzard, car thieves are recruiting children, and a muscle car crabbing on the highway. Then, a Camaro gets pulled over twice with minutes, and we reveal our inventory picks.Topics: https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/mustang-week-breaks-record/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/dodge-challenger-full-dukes/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/car-thieves-on-child-recruiting-mission/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/challenger-crabbing/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/camaro-driver-pulled-over/Inventory Picks:https://buy.motorious.com/vehicles/282604/1999-ferrari-f550-maranellohttps://buy.motorious.com/vehicles/283269/2019-chevrolet-camaro-zl1

Pressure Points
S5E26 - God's Rambo and the Ghost Camaro

Pressure Points

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:55


Evidence on today's episode that one christian helps someone of a different religion without expectations. Dee finally takes on his white whale, and Alex Jones joins us in studio to apologize to parents of Sandy Hook.   Patreon   Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for BTS and more! @pointsopressure    Subscribe to our Youtube channel!   Merch Here!   Music Credit: SUNDANCE Track Name: "Perséphone - Retro Funky (SUNDANCE remix)"  Music By: SUNDANCE @ https://soundcloud.com/sundancemusic  The SUNDANCE Official Website is HERE - http://lefthandmusic.fr/  Follow SUNDANCE on BandCamp: https://sundancemusic.bandcamp.com/  License for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...   

Motorious
Dodge Gets Its Wires Crossed, Teslas Are Getting Wheels Stolen, And Arkansas Police Give Chase

Motorious

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:35


Welcome back to the Motorious Podcast, today we're talking about the confusing future of Dodge muscle cars. Then, we talk about the trend of Tesla wheel theft, the reported reason why California Sheriff Raids Indiana Auto Shop, a Camaro driver thinks he's the next Steve McQuee. A YouTube is lucky to be in jail, and we share our inventory picks of the week. Topics:https://www.motorious.com/articles/features-3/dodge-isnt-ditching-hemi/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/tesla-wheels-thieves/https://www.motorious.com/articles/features-3/california-sheriff-raids-indiana/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/camaro-goes-150-mph/https://www.motorious.com/articles/news/youtuber-corvette-impounded/Inventory Picks:https://buy.motorious.com/vehicles/282208/1996-toyota-crown-majesta-viphttps://buy.motorious.com/vehicles/283057/2019-chevrolet-camaro-2dr-cpe-zl1

Just Another Car Podcast
013 - RIPPING A COBRA, New Type R, New Camaro, and Hyundais?!?, HAS THE CAR MARKET POPPED???

Just Another Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 73:30


DUDE. WE HAVE GOT IT ALL FOR YOU RIGHT HERE. Sam and Park RIPPED Robs Cobra! New Hyundais, and a new ugly Camaro

Previously On Lost
Previously On LOST 72: The Beginning of the End

Previously On Lost

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022


We are smashing piles of mangoes as we race toward the end in a nice red Camaro...Well, maybe not us, but Hurley sure is! From the heavy hit of Charlie's death, the Lostie's choosing sides and Hurley ending up back in a mental institution, things are looking a little shook up for our castaways. Join Mike, Steven and a special guest as they take a look at Season 4, Episode 1 of LOST and decide whether they are one of the Oceanic 6!

RetroZap Podcast Network
Previously On LOST 72: The Beginning of the End

RetroZap Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022


We are smashing piles of mangoes as we race toward the end in a nice red Camaro...Well, maybe not us, but Hurley sure is! From the heavy hit of Charlie's death, the Lostie's choosing sides and Hurley ending up back in a mental institution, things are looking a little shook up for our castaways. Join Mike, Steven and a special guest as they take a look at Season 4, Episode 1 of LOST and decide whether they are one of the Oceanic 6!

NC Shop Talk
Powerhouse Shop Hits Discovery Channel

NC Shop Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 50:11


In today's episode, Mal speaks with Gil and Linda of Gillin Custom Design, the go-to shop and Orange County's pride in auto and home builds. What makes this shop famous? Let's find out from the owners.  Gil is one of the original owners of Gillin Custom Design and opened it with Linda in 2006. Thirteen years later, the vision of opening a shop that completed high-end builds from start to finish came to fruition with GCD Auto Studio. Linda grew up with a love for muscle cars, with the 1967 Camaro as her favorite. She is currently in charge of client relations, operations, and social media and assists with design.  NC Shop Talk welcomes the power couple behind Gillin Custom Design into the show! “We're not building a car for just today. We want it to age well.” - Gil Monge   In This Episode: Gil takes us through the first time he came across Mal's company How important work dynamics and choosing the right team member in running a successful business? How does it feel to lose valued team members? What does Gil have to say about the Orange County Choppers team? Services, car types, and scope of work by GCD Auto Studio Fun facts about Gil and Linda and how they ended up together How Gil leveraged social media to connect with people and grow their brand Linda talks about her background before teaming up with Gil  The BIG News–this shop makes it to Discovery Channel! And much more!   Connect with Gil and Linda: Website - https://www.gcdautostudio.com/ (https://www.gcdautostudio.com/) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gcdauto/ (https://www.instagram.com/gcdauto/)   Connect with Mal and NC Carpet: Website - https://www.n-ccarpet.com/ (https://www.n-ccarpet.com/) Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/nccarpetmachines/ (https://web.facebook.com/nccarpetmachines/) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nc_carpet_binding/ (https://www.instagram.com/nc_carpet_binding/)

In Wheel Time - Cartalk Radio
Sportsman Drag Racing - Dale Hulquest and Raymond Martin join in and we review the '22 Silverado.

In Wheel Time - Cartalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 29:03


Ok, we admit it, we are into drag racing.  Pros are great, but the Sportsman are where we find the most fun.  These people are working everyday jobs and finding the time and money to follow their racing habit.  And it is not just a matter of head to head racing, the classes have rules and even being of 1/6000th can get a racer booted.Joining us to day, friend of the Dale Hulquest - Sportsman Racer and owner of Elite Glass and Trim.  His partner today is NHRA Hall of Famer, Raymond Martin who is helping out with the Camaro, as the engine is on the Dyno waiting on the boys to finish the interview.Also, in the New Car Showroom, Don Armstrong has been rolling around in a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado.  This vehicle gave Don the idea to check out some of the various engine options for the Silverado.----  -----In Wheel Time Car Talk is now available on iHeart Radio!  Just go to iheart.com/InWheelTimeCarTalk whereever you are.-----   -----Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast provider for the next episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk and check out our live broadcast every Saturday, 8a-11aCT simulcasting on iHeart Radio, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and InWheelTime.com.In Wheel Time Car Talk can be heard on you mobile device from providers such as:Apple Podcasts, Pandora Podcast, Amazon Music Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts,    Stitcher, iHeart Radio podcast, TuneIn + Alexa, Podcast Addict, Castro, Castbox and more on your mobile device.-----  ------  ------Want even more In Wheel Time Car Talk in 'real' time? Follow InWheelTime.com for the latest updates!Twitter: https://twitter.com/InWheelTimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/inwheeltime/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InWheelTime/ YouTube:  https://www.YouTube.com/InWheelTimeTags: In Wheel Time, automotive car talk show, car talk, Live car talk show, In Wheel Time Car Talk, 

Best In Class
#73 The small but mighty Chevy Nova

Best In Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 58:00


The Chevrolet Nova started life as a simple trim level, but graduated to it's own car before turning into a badge engineered Japanese-American hybrid. With that kind of tortured past, was it ever any good? And is the Nova just an also-ran to the Camaro and Mustang? And did Steve's Ferrari ever get fixed? All this and more on today's episode.

Mecum On the Move
Bringing the Heat: Mecum's Orlando Summer Special

Mecum On the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 27:28


In this On the Move, hosts Matt Avery and John Kraman have a ton of event updates and recaps to share, starting with Mecum's Tulsa auction. The four-day event saw 643 vehicles cross the auction block with total sales reaching $17 million. A 1965 Shelby Cobra CSX4000 Series Roadster took the high seller spot, selling for $409,750. From there, the guys dive into recent travels, including detailing their special look at the new home of the famed Hirohata Mercury custom, their time at the Bloomington Gold Corvette and Camaro show, and their days on the road with the Hot Rod Power Tour. Then, it's off to rumors swirling around the C8 Corvette Z06 and a potential interior redesign that may remove the "great wall" console. In the latter half of this week's episode, Matt and John share a preview of what's in store for Mecum's Orlando Summer Special, taking place July 6-9 at the Orange County Convention Center. After sharing a brief origin of the event, the guys go into some brand new bidder registration options making their debut at the auction. Then it's off to a few consignment highlights, with Matt spotlighting a 1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible (that's hiding some modern upgrades) and a bad-to-the-bone 1987 Buick GNX with 55 miles. Meanwhile, John is taken by a classic Mustang K-code convertible and a pair of "bookend Corvettes": a 1990 ZR1 with 98 miles and a supercharged 2019 ZR1 with 755 HP.

Revolutionize Your Retirement Radio
Emotional Planning for Retirement with Louise Nayer

Revolutionize Your Retirement Radio

Play Episode Play 26 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 61:44


Though most people spend countless hours doing financial planning for retirement, how many people do emotional planning? Retirement is a huge transition, and it's essential to think about how much money you'll have and how you will create the kind of life you want. Whether you are about to retire, newly retired, or have been retired for a long time, it's never too late to talk openly about how you feel and the difficulties and joys of retirement.In this episode, you will discover the importance of articulating anxieties about retirement, including:Making the DecisionFears of Isolation and Losing a CommunityFears of Losing Your IdentityTrusting YourselfFears of Getting SickCalming exercisesMaintaining a healthy and fulfilling retirementAbout Louise Nayer:Louise Nayer grew up in New York City, received a B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Wisconsin and later a Master of Arts in Humanities from SUNY Buffalo, where she studied with poets Robert Creeley and John Logan. In 1976 she put all her belongings in a '68 Camaro and moved to San Francisco, where she dedicated her life to writing and teaching. She is the author of five books, most recently Poised for Retirement: Moving from Anxiety to Zen. She kept a journal for the five months before she left her community college teaching job and wrote about the importance of emotional planning for retirement. That book also offers calming exercises to help people through that time. Her book, Burned: A Memoir, was an Oprah Great Read and won the Wisconsin Library Association Award. That book chronicles the devastating effects of an explosion in Cape Cod that burned her parents when she was four years old and left her mother facially disfigured. That book outlines the lasting effects of child-parent separation. She has also written for OZY and the San Francisco Chronicle and has been interviewed in Forbes Magazine. She is a long-time educator and member of the San Francisco Writer's Grotto. She teaches memoir classes at the Grotto through OLLI at UC Berkeley and works with people individually. She has given readings of her work at universities and bookstores all over the country and has been interviewed widely on radio including on NPR. She has two grown daughters and a stepdaughter and lives with her husband and dog, Ella, in Glen Park in San Francisco.Get in touch with Louise Nayer:Louise's website: https://www.louisenayer.com/ Buy Louise's book: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/nayer Download Louise's Handout: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/nayerhandout Grab our free guide, 10 Key Issues to Consider as You Explore Your Retirement Transition, at https://10keyretirementissues.com/

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
06.26.22: PPIHC 2022 Review - The Drivers, Racecars & Stories from the Race, w/ Finishing Times, Backgrounds, Tales from the Track & A Little Bit About the Course, Somehow Good Weather, Next Year's Access, + Daily-Driven Hillclimbers & Going

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 56:27


Too much good stuff:  with the Pike's Peak International Hillclimb done (full-length, too!), it's down to the whos, the whats and the hows. Racecar: Mustang, Camaro, Bronco, Wolf, 911, Cayman GT4, Evo, 935, Taco (spaceship), Tesla, Sierra, M3, NSX, WRX, STi, Audi 4000, Charger, 'Cuda, Boss 302S, Integra, Palatov, Viper, F1, Leaf and a Porschevy. Racer: Shute, Donner, Donahue, Vahsholtz, Becker, Block, Millen(s), Boyd, Zwart, Murdock, Dai, Dallenbach, Clay, Bolleau, Robinson(s), Schrantz, Aweida, Denmeade, Sighn, Guerrero, Strauch, Hess, Novembre, Zimmer, Lundh, Hill, Crouch, Wesley and Oi. Spot: George's Corner, Cog Cut, Engineer's Glen Cove (& Cove Creek), Elk Park, 16-Mile, Devil's, Boulder and the Ws.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
06.26.22 (MP3): PPIHC 2022 Review - The Drivers, Racecars & Stories from the Race, w/ Finishing Times, Backgrounds, Tales from the Track & A Little Bit About the Course, Somehow Good Weather, Next Year's Access, + Daily-Driven Hillclimbers &

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 56:27


Too much good stuff:  with the Pike's Peak International Hillclimb done (full-length, too!), it's down to the whos, the whats and the hows. Racecar: Mustang, Camaro, Bronco, Wolf, 911, Cayman GT4, Evo, 935, Taco (spaceship), Tesla, Sierra, M3, NSX, WRX, STi, Audi 4000, Charger, 'Cuda, Boss 302S, Integra, Palatov, Viper, F1, Leaf and a Porschevy. Racer: Shute, Donner, Donahue, Vahsholtz, Becker, Block, Millen(s), Boyd, Zwart, Murdock, Dai, Dallenbach, Clay, Bolleau, Robinson(s), Schrantz, Aweida, Denmeade, Sighn, Guerrero, Strauch, Hess, Novembre, Zimmer, Lundh, Hill, Crouch, Wesley and Oi. Spot: George's Corner, Cog Cut, Engineer's Glen Cove (& Cove Creek), Elk Park, 16-Mile, Devil's, Boulder and the Ws.

Blunt Force Truth
The Racist History of Planned Parenthood - an Interview with Steven Mosley

Blunt Force Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 66:52


Today's show rundown: Mark kicks us off today - he starts with a little story about this car trip he took this past weekend. Essentially he was disconnecting himself from emails, phone calls, and the Media for 3 days. Taking himself back to being 18-19 years old, driving his Camaro, listening to old music. What an interesting weekend to turn the news / media off. Chuck has been paying attention to the main stream media and how they do not talk about anything that is really going on, Biden, the border, anything that matters. They don't even hide the facts, that they are hiding the facts. We meet Steven Mosley, Mark gives us a quick breakdown of his background. Steven wants to be a game show host, and he talks about loving Chuck on Lingo. Steven says they need more Educators with like beliefs, get in the game. The Left loves saying that it is either Pro Choice or Pro Life. Chuck says it is Pro Death or Pro Life, and now days you can't even use the term Pro-Life. Steven talks about the Racist Boy Chop Shop AKA Planned Parenthood. He talks about going back and looking at Margret Singer, the founder. Her thought was to get black people to kill themselves with abortion. She was pre-Nazi, purpose driven killer. There is a disproportionate amount of Planned Parenthood facilities in Black Communities. They focus on Blacks and Spanish neighborhoods. For Years the Left has legislated through the Supreme Courts, and it is killing them that they can't do it anymore. But now that the Left disagrees, they are calling them an illegitimate group. People need to catch on to the word game the Left plays. The message is that they have Black women's health at the fore front. But then ask yourself, why is Black Lives Matter not protesting Planned ParentHood? The number one killer of African Americans IS Abortion, if their lives matter, they need to go after abortion. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/facts-opinions-rants-with-steven-d-mosley/id1521302438 Project 21 member Steven Mosley is a Christian, conservative college educator. Steven hosts the Facts, Opinions and Rants podcast, in which he focuses on the integration of faith and public policy on a range of issues from the impact of COVID-19 on the church to Critical Race Theory. School choice is growing in popularity among black and Hispanic Americans in part due to advocates like Steven, who made school choice a centerpiece of his campaign when he ran for the Fairfax County School Board in Northern Virginia in 2019. Steven believes that parents, not zip codes, should determine where and how their students are educated. Steven has also served on local northern Virginia political campaigns as a prayer leader and campaign manager. As a decade-long college educator and administrator at Northern Virginia Community College and Liberty University, Steven knows firsthand that mentorship programs and restorative practices can have a positive impact on student success and bridging the achievement gap, particularly for black males. As a husband and the product of a two-parent home. Steven advocates for the “Success Sequence” as the best poverty-breaking tool known to man. Steven is an ordained Baptist reverend. His mission in life as a Christian speaker is to make disciples who live and think like Jesus and who impact people and policy for the glory of God.

Two Guys Garage Podcast
'69 Camaro Returns

Two Guys Garage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 36:08


In the second of a two-part project for the TV show, the guys really upped the '69 Camaro's game, converting it from fully carbureted to fully fuel injected, and doubling the original two-speed Powerglide to a four-speed. In this podcast, they explain how they did it and why this is a true DIY project almost anyone can do. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hooniverse
The One Where I Show My Credit Car On Screen

Hooniverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 72:56 Very Popular


Ron and Jeff are back in action and we're rolling right into some auction results from Bring-A-Trailer. We've got three gross results, and three great results. On the gross side, we have a 1968 Camaro, 1990 Honda CRX, and a 1969 Chevy K5 Blazer. The good results feature a 1999 Chevy Suburban, a 1964 Dodge Polara, and a 1989 Ford Mustang. After digging through those, we answer your questions, talk about some recent press car action, and get an update on the Speakeasy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hooniverse/support

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Thursday, June 23rd 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 200:44


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about a woman taking heat online after accusing men at the gym of acting inappropriately, Ohio State University trademarked the word “the,” Brad Pitt says he's on his last leg of his career, a woman that sat on a man's face at a public bar to win a bet, a fast food worker arrested for putting meth in an order, the worst foot you've ever seen in your life, a new dating up just for fans of oral pleasure, what “Icky” thing happened to you on a first date, high school teens broke into an $8 million mansion for a HUGE party, a woman hired a thief to steal her car from a repair shop cause she couldn't afford the bill, a guy scammed out of his Camaro during a marketplace sale, a distillery turning crabs into whiskey, a homeowner that assaulted state troopers with an excavator, and more!

Two Guys Garage Podcast
‘69 Camaro Strip to Street

Two Guys Garage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 40:40


Kevin and Willie kick off Season 19 of the Two Guys Garage TV show by reconfiguring a 1969 Camaro from a strip car to a born-again daily driver, and in this companion podcast they detail the setup change and performance upgrades that propel the Gen 1 classic from fight to fun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rough Cut
The Book of Boba Fett

The Rough Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 52:11 Very Popular


Editors – Jeff Seibenick, Andrew S. Eisen ACE, Dana E. Glauberman ACE, Dylan Firshein Editors Jeff Seibenick, Andrew S. Eisen ACE, Dylan Firshein and Dana E. Glauberman ACE got the band back together from Season One of THE MANDALORIAN to help tell the story of the legendary bounty hunter, Boba Fett. THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT follows bounty hunter Boba Fett, from THE MANDALORIAN and the STAR WARS feature films, as he establishes himself as the new crime lord of Jabba the Hutt's former territory on the planet Tatooine. JEFF SEIBENICK In addition to his work on the Star Wars shows for Disney+, Jeff has a background rich in comedy tv editing.  You can see his work on series such as; PARKS AND RECREATION, EASTBOUND & DOWN and VICE PRINCIPALS. ANDREW S. EISEN ACE Considering the cinematic approach the editing team applies to THE MANDALORIAN and THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT, it's no surprise to see Andrew's name in the credits of big sci-fi / action films like TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION and THE GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL 2. DANA E. GLAUBERMAN ACE When she's not lending her editorial talents to the Star Wars universe, Dana is cutting films like GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE, CREED II,  UP IN THE AIR and JUNO. DYLAN FIRSHEIN While THE MANDALORIAN and THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT are the projects that helped establish Dylan as a lead editor, he has also assisted on features like SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX and tv series such as GREY'S ANATOMY. Editing The Book of Boba Fett In our discussion with THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT editing team of Jeff Seibenick, Andrew S. Eisen ACE, Dylan Firshein and Dana E. Glauberman ACE , we talk about: Making a stylistic departure from what we know of THE MANDALORIAN Find the performance of characters behind a mask Breathing life into a gun duel The challenge of deep fake editing Working with the relentless Robert Rodriguez The Credits Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs Listen to parts one and two from the Season One interview with The Mandalorian editors Check out the Season Two interview with the editors from The Mandalorian Editor Dana E. Glauberman ACE on cutting Ghostbusters: Afterlife A New Hope editor, Paul Hirsch ACE on turning a Camaro into Vader's TIE fighter The Empire Strikes Back editor, Paul Hirsch ACE reflects on the film forty years later Hear editor Bob Ducsay talk about cutting The Last Jedi Listen to Maryann Brandon ACE talk about her work on The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker See what's new with Avid Media Composer Subscribe to The Rough Cut for more great interviews with the heroes of the editing room! Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube!

Talking About Cars “Classic” with Randy Kerdoon
TAC 151 - Ray Parker Jr, Dan Akyroyd (Ghostbusters), Steve Tash (Christine) Hot Rod Bob Beck

Talking About Cars “Classic” with Randy Kerdoon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:11


(07-04-2019) - "Hot Rod" Bob Beck joins Randy to talk about car news, Randy's visit to the "Ghostbusters" Fan Fest at the Sony Studios with singer Ray Parker Jr.....his 123 seconds with star Dan Aykroyd, and then "Christine" star Steve Tash (who played the bully guy whose Camaro didn't far very well...either did he)

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
06.04.22: Pre Pike's Peak Hillclimb Primer - Drivers, Racecars, Track & Turns @ #100, Tarmac & Dirt, Car Control & Skill-Sets, Darwin's Off-Ramp (Because Seattle), Bicycles in Germany (Because Trance-Hop) & Han Shot First (Because Greedo

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 56:57


Backwards or forwards, it's still racecar!  Uphillclimbing at its finest is once again uponst us with the return of the Pike's Peak Hillclimb (PPIHC.com), one of America's oldest running races and still a killer to-do of go-fast goodness.  We've got some of the drivers - Crouch, Millen, Vasholtz, Novembre, Shute, Shrantz, Donner and Dallenbach - and a few of the cars - 911, Bronco, Mustang, Camaro, WRX, STi, Evo, stockers, LMPs, open and closed-wheel, Cudas, Acura, Audi, Hellcat, Civic, and one guy in a Leaf. How about joining us?  The Garage Hour might just be at George's Corner, and you should definitely be in the audience.  More?  ...Some excellent car crashes caught on tape in Seattle - because incompetence ain't just a river in Egypt.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
06.04.22 (MP3): Pre Pike's Peak Hillclimb Primer - Drivers, Racecars, Track & Turns @ #100, Tarmac & Dirt, Car Control & Skill-Sets, Darwin's Off-Ramp (Because Seattle), Bicycles in Germany (Because Trance-Hop) & Han Shot First (Because

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 56:57


Backwards or forwards, it's still racecar!  Uphillclimbing at its finest is once again uponst us with the return of the Pike's Peak Hillclimb (PPIHC.com), one of America's oldest running races and still a killer to-do of go-fast goodness.  We've got some of the drivers - Crouch, Millen, Vasholtz, Novembre, Shute, Shrantz, Donner and Dallenbach - and a few of the cars - 911, Bronco, Mustang, Camaro, WRX, STi, Evo, stockers, LMPs, open and closed-wheel, Cudas, Acura, Audi, Hellcat, Civic, and one guy in a Leaf. How about joining us?  The Garage Hour might just be at George's Corner, and you should definitely be in the audience.  More?  ...Some excellent car crashes caught on tape in Seattle - because incompetence ain't just a river in Egypt.

Dark Poutine - True Crime and Dark History
Blurred Justice: The Murders of Corporal Irwin and Trooper Black

Dark Poutine - True Crime and Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 72:00


Episode 223: On Friday, February 20, 1976, while on vacation in Florida OPP Corporal Donald R. Irwin, 39, a father of three from Kitchener, Ontario, went on a ride along with his good friend Florida State Trooper, Philip Black, also 39-years-old. Irwin was in civilian clothing and unarmed. At around 7:15 a.m. they checked an old Camaro parked in a rest area on I-95, north of Pompano Beach, Florida. Moments later, both officers were dead, and the five people who'd been in the Camaro had fled in Black's cruiser.  Walter Norman Rhodes Jr., 26, 29-year-old, Jesse Joseph Tafero, Sonia “Sunny” Jacobs, 28, Tafero's wife and two children, Jacobs' 9-year-old son, Eric, and the couple's 10-month-old daughter, Christina, were apprehended at a road block after having kidnapped another man, and stolen his Cadillac from a retirement home after abandoning Black's cruiser. Rhodes' life was spared as he pleaded guilty and agreed to testify against the other two. Jacobs and Tafero were both sentenced to die in Florida's electric chair, but was justice really served. The case eventually unravelled but not before Tafero had his date with Old Sparky in 1990. Promo:Podcast by Proxy Sources: 21 Feb 1976, Page 1 - Fort Lauderdale News at Newspapers.com Killer of 2 Police Officers Executed in Florida - The New York Times Ontario Police Memorial Foundation — Donald R. Irwin FHP MEMORIAL — Phillip A. Black (1936-1976) In the Blink of an Eye - Essay https://deathpenaltyinfo.org/stories/i-had-nothing-the-world-i-left-no-longer-existed Jesse Tafero - Case Chart - Grassroots Investigation Project by Claudia Whitman Sponsored by Equal Justice USA Jesse Tafero - Case Summary - Innocence Project by Claudia Whitman sponsored by Equal Justice USA Jesse Tafero - Wikipedia Exoneree, Center on Wrongful Convictions: Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Tafero v. State, 223 So. 2d 564 | Casetext Search + Citator Jesse Tafero | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers Jesse Tafero - Wikipedia Jessie Joseph Tafero, Petitioner-appellant, v. Louie L. Wainwright, Respondent-appellee, 796 F.2d 1314 (11th Cir. 1986) :: Justia Home - The Sunny Center The Joys of Forgiveness on Death Row | Sunny Jacobs | TEDxGalway — YouTube ‘Exonerated' blurs facts about death penalty case Former death row couple: ‘Life turned out beautifully' | Family | The Guardian TIPS LEAD TO CAPTURE OF PAROLED MURDERER – Sun Sentinel Fugitive's prosthetic leg gives him away | The Seattle Times WALTER RHODES JR v. HARDEE CI WARDEN FLORIDA PAROLE COMMISSION SECRETARY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS | FindLaw Rhodes v. Fla. Parole Comm'n, CASE NO. 8:13-cv-1424-T-36AEP | Casetext Search + Citator Phillip Black and Donald Irwin murders 2/20/1976 Broward County, FL *Shot to death by Walter Rhodes, who was convicted and sentenced to life in prison; It is, actually, a complicated case* | Bonnie's Blog of Crime Sunny Jacobs: Life Beyond Stretch of I-95 honors 2 fallen troopers   TRANSLATE with x English ArabicHebrewPolishBulgarianHindiPortugueseCatalanHmong DawRomanianChinese SimplifiedHungarianRussianChinese TraditionalIndonesianSlovakCzechItalianSlovenianDanishJapaneseSpanishDutchKlingonSwedishEnglishKoreanThaiEstonianLatvianTurkishFinnishLithuanianUkrainianFrenchMalayUrduGermanMalteseVietnameseGreekNorwegianWelshHaitian CreolePersian TRANSLATE with COPY THE URL BELOW Back EMBED THE SNIPPET BELOW IN YOUR SITE Enable collaborative features and customize widget: Bing Webmaster PortalBack Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/darkpoutine See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oil and Whiskey with The Roadster Shop
Automotive Legend Gale Banks, the Rampage Camaro Build, Listener Questions and More

Oil and Whiskey with The Roadster Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 132:57


Oil and Whiskey is presented by Blade HQ. Blade HQ has a knife for every pocket and any adventure! Shop their huge selection today! Gale Banks is an industry leading engineer and entrepreneur. His innovative contributions to enhancing the performance of the internal combustion engines began in 1958 and has been sought the world over ever since by automobile manufacturers, drag racers, hotrodders, and the U.S. Military. You can learn more about Gale Banks' company and their many performance products at official.bankspower.com and follow them on Facebook and Instagram @bankspower.  Also, check out Gale's podcast Speed School Podcast with Gale Banks. Roadster Shop Hall of Fame The Rampage Camaro featured in Gran Turismo The Glove Box Today's In the Glove Box segment is brought to you by Stillhouse Spirits. Drink Stillhouse Whiskey, the Unbreakable Spirit. Find Stillhouse Whiskey at a store near you by going to stillhouse.com and using the store locator.  CRKT CEO Knife Kershaw Launch 4 Knife William Henry Folder  Apple iPhone Chaves Ultramar Bolt Action Marker (Titanium) Microtech Ultratech II OTF Knife D/E Step Side OD Green Aluminum Middle West Spirits Straight Wheat Whiskey Don't miss the latest from The Roadster Shop. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @roadstershop Oil and Whiskey in an IRONCLAD original. 

The V8 Sleuth Podcast
Ep. 206 - Q&A: Camaro's future, a return for progressive grids, Johnson family's Mustangs

The V8 Sleuth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 57:56


You've asked, we're answering! Aaron Noonan and Will Dale tackle your questions in a Q&A edition of the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco.Some of the topics we tackle in this episode thanks to your questions:- The history of the Mustangs driven by Dick, Steve and Jett Johnson at Queensland Raceway earlier this week- If Supercars aren't doing a Sandown 500, what other category should take up the mantle?- Should progressive grid formats make a return?- Allan Moffat's carburetted Ford Falcon EB- What happened to the Big Kev VT Commodore- Larry Perkins' VP Commodore from the 1996 AMP Bathurst 1000- Prizemoney in Supercars- And plenty more!V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https://bookshop.v8sleuth.com.au

Hacks & Hobbies
E420 - Dan Bennett - How to look and sound great in camera through course work and private community membership.

Hacks & Hobbies

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 62:33


Dan Bennett was born and raised in the gritty city of Flint, MI and now resides in Fort Worth, TX. He is the Founder of 1 Minute Media, a company that empowers entrepreneurs and startups to learn to look and sound great on camera through coursework and private community membership. Dan has had the privilege to work with some amazing clients like… Harley Davidson, Hasbro, Nerf, Mercury Marine, Bud Light, Camaro, and many more. Our Guest Dan Bennett Website: https://ImTheAntipreneuer.com Website: https://1MinMedia.com Website: https://Quiz.Video Website:https://DanHasLinks.com LinkedIn : linkedin.com/in/theantipreneur Twitter: RealAntipreneur Twitter: CellCoreCreativ Hacks to Take Away “Tell people your ideas. And don't be afraid that they don't come to fruition because all you're doing is just planting seeds.” - Dan He shared about working with entrepreneurs who are already awesome. Capture their essence and how great they already are. If you're an entrepreneur, you've got tons of life experience, you have a lot of stories to tell. Heavily reliant on metaphor, and be completely transparent. Figure out best practices and how to stay ahead of the curve. Starting to work very purposefully with entrepreneurs, and solopreneurs startups is so fulfilling. Let's get started with your Home Studio! Be ready for live streaming, zoom calls, and creating content. Let me help you build a space that helps you gain confidence in front of the lens. Book a call here for a free consultation: http://hacksandhobbies.com/booking --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hacksandhobbies/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hacksandhobbies/support

PorscheCooled Podcast
PorscheCooled Owner Stories #74 – Greg '89 944 Turbo S, '86 911 Carrera, 356 C and 996 Cab

PorscheCooled Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 94:10


In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 74 of owner stories with Greg from Chicago in the U.S. Greg's first car was a MG Midget, a car he shared with his brother. At around the same time Greg remembers being ‘stopped in his tracks' when a '74 or '75 Carrera in Gulf Blue came rolling down his street. A lasting memory and a car he wanted to own one day. Then there was a Porsche 911 book (which he still has) gifted from an old girlfriend - all fuelling his passion. Other cars along the way included a Firebird, Challenger and a ‘69 Camaro, but nothing that Greg really regrets selling. Looking back Greg now realises nothing drives like a Porsche. So, when does the dream become reality? Greg's first Porsche came about when he accompanied his friend to a car dealership, and he ended up buying his first Porsche – a 2003 911 Cabriolet. He enjoyed the 996 Porsche 911 for 10 years and it is now owned by his brother-in-law. Four years after selling his 911 Greg's came across an article about cars from the ‘80s and started looking for another Porsche. First came the 1989 944 Turbo S in manual. Greg loves this car especially the ‘rush' of the turbo. Greg didn't stop there. He always wanted an ‘80's Carrera and found one advertised in the PCA magazine. Not your average 3.2 G Series Carrera but a low mileage 1986 911 Carrera Coupe (CS) clone. Greg is now deep into the Porsche world, enjoying his cars and active in the Porsche Community. After seeing a fantastic 356 at a Cars and Coffee, Greg decided he wanted to know more about the iconic 356. He did his research, spoke to the right people, and purchased a 1964 356 C in Ruby Red. A 356 with a great history and Porsche ownership story. Recently Greg added a Speed Yellow 2003 996 Cab to his collection, a modern Porsche for those fun drives and reminiscent of his first 911. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast Follow Greg on Instagram @opposing_cylinders Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.

PorscheCooled Podcast
PorscheCooled Owner Stories #73 – Dan 997.2 Carrera 4S and ‘97 Boxster 986

PorscheCooled Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 72:03 Very Popular


In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 73 of owner stories with Dan from New York in the U.S. Dan grew up in the age of the posters on the wall but it was the Porsche 928 scene in the movie Scarface that left an impression. in college his roommate's dad coincidentally owned a couple of Porsche 928s. Dans Dad had a few cool cars when he was growing up including a manual Chevy Nova, Nissan 240Z and an early 80's Camaro. The Camaro Dan would drive when he his dad was away and really enjoyed driving. His dad also gave him a ‘71 Mercury Cougar XR-7 convertible, which gave Dan the ‘convertible bug'. Moving to New York straight out of school the need for a car diminished. It wasn't until Dan got married and moved to Long Island that he needed a car again. His Jeep came first, but Dan really wanted a convertible. A few test drives later he decided on ‘97 986 Boxster 2.5. This was in 2002 and is a car that still puts a smile on Dans face 20 years later. A car that opened Dan up to the unexpected and enjoyable Porsche community. Just under a year ago Dan decided to purchase a 911. A Porsche he has wanted for some time. After a long search Dan found just what he wanted, and in the right specification and options – a 2010 997.2 C4S manual in Carrara White. A car he is really having fun with and enjoying to the fullest. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast Follow Dan on Instagram @danno_ny Dan's 997 on PCARMARKET https://www.pcarmarket.com/auction/2010-porsche-911-carrera-4s/ Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.

The MuscleCar Place
TMCP #503: Ask Rick – All Electric C8 Corvette’s vs Investing In Blue Chip Classic Muscle Cars!

The MuscleCar Place

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 52:21


Happy May! Rick Schmidt is back again for an all new Ask Rick segment, this time devoted to the future of new American performance cars .... specifically the Corvette and the Mustang.  Both of those iconic cars have a new "electric" version available along with an amazing gasoline variant....at least for now. American buying habits started changing long before the high gas prices and inflation surges we are experiencing now. As Rick pointed out, in the case of the Mustang (the "Mach-E" SUV, specifically) it's only crime is bringing many new first-time customers to Ford! At the same time, it would appear that the gasoline powered Camaro's, Challengers, and Chargers are all on borrowed time. What does the future hold? The post TMCP #503: Ask Rick – All Electric C8 Corvette's vs Investing In Blue Chip Classic Muscle Cars! first appeared on The Muscle Car Place.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – May 2, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 176:36 Very Popular


We search Alabama for the escaped inmate & officer, Eli Zaret stops by to get bullied, Camaros stolen from GM plant, Hitler mustaches, Boris Becker hates taxes, Shaq's gas tips, Fleetwood Mac's best songs, and the murderer basketball Dream Team. See It Eli's Way: Eli vs Miggy, Robinson Cano cut by New York Mets, Trevor Bauer's response to the WaPo, NFL Draft recap, the weekly Winning Time recap, the Red Wings coaching vacancy, NIL madness and more.Slava Fetisov is a Russian oligarch in Vladimir Putin's Russian Federal Assembly.Wynonna and Ashley Judd cried their eyes out at the Country Music Hall of Fame.Depp vs Heard: Amber Heard has fired her PR team. Jennifer Grey tries to insert herself into the story. Drew Barrymore had to apologize for commenting on the trial.Some people are saying that Kelly Clarkston is morphing into Chrissy Metz.Carrie Underwood and Axl Rose joined forces to sing GNR songs.Danny Bonaduce is battling a 'mystery illness' and looks extremely frail.Tilly/Dannamora 2.0: Vicky White is wanted for allegedly helping tall killer Casey White escape from prison in Alabama.Here are the tallest killers in history for a dunk contest. Marc works on a murderer all-star dream team.Philip Tsotsos' co-workers hate him so much that they screwed him out of a big lottery win.Shaquille O'Neal has tips for saving on gas that make no sense.Listeners email in about unemployment fraud.People are piling on Bill Murray, but no one will say exactly what happened.Rolling Stone put out their list of the top Fleetwood Mac songs. Of course the Dogg Face song is at #1.Drew remains a 90 Day Fiancé superfan.Boris Becker is great at tennis, but terrible at paying taxes.Bhad Bhabie's dad is super bummed his daughter is Bhad Bhabie.A mass Camaro heist ends with 9 arrested following a police chase on I-96.Leg lengthening surgery is going to be a game-changer for short people.The Red Bull 'plane swap' pilot is super sorry.Vladimir Putin doesn't feel good.Anthony Kiedis is close to having a Hitler mustache to match his Hitler hairdo. Michael Jordan wore it better.John Lennon and Paul McCartney reunite.The Brian Jonestown Massacre got some guitars back.A WaPo poll shows Americans support Ukraine. So brave.Blac Chyna LOSES her lawsuit against the Kardashians.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

The Smoking Tire
Crew Show (Aventador Ultimae, dangerous Camaro, Tesla tires)

The Smoking Tire

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