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Rob’s Personal Update – Oct 18, 2012 – No TMCP Podcast This Week (and Here’s Why)

Posted by on October 18, 2012 with 0 Comments

One of my pal Scott’s favorite movies was Planes, Trains, and Automobiles – so it seemed only appropriate to include it here! Image: Paramount Pictures

This week there will not be a regular TMCP podcast show. Last week one of my closest friends in the world died unexpectedly, and the past several days have been a whirlwind. As a result, I just wasn’t able to get a full show out this week, but I did want to put out a little something explaining why.

Next week I plan to do a full show as a tribute to my friend Scotty Petersen. While Scott wasn’t a car guy at all, he was a huge influence on me and (I’ve realized) is one of the reasons that I decided to start this show years ago. In the little blurb that I recorded I included a funny movie clip from one of our favorite movies, Plains, Trains, and Automobiles starring John Candy and Steve Martin. Scott could quote every scene by heart, so I included one of his favorites into this week’s update (the famous “melted speedometer”).

Look for a full show next week – and thanks for your support.

-Rob Kibbe

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