Ship Attacks, Sarah Sanders, Reduction of Police Training, More from Alabama, and Some News!

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Hello, everyone and welcome back to whiskey tangos rundown before we get started. I wanna give you guys a heads up. I am horribly exhausted tonight, so I'm going to ask you to bear with me. And I am actually going to discuss the reasons for it at the end of the podcast. So please, you hang in there, because it's not only that, but I'm going to be discussing some possible changes coming in the future. But before we get into that we are going to get into the news, we're going to start off with the oil tankers that got attacked over in the Gulf of Amman. We are also talk about Sarah Sanders stepping down. We're going to talk about a city council proposing giving themselves raises by cutting police draining. We're gonna talk about California inmates now being allowed to possess marijuana in their prison cells. We are also going to talk about Alabama approve. Irving chemical castration, and that is pretty much about. It's a, let's go ahead and get started. And we are going to go over to Fox News talk about those oil, taggers, I'm not gonna get to in depth in this, this is actually a this is this is actually an ongoing story. There's ongoing investigations. There's a whole lot of stuff here, but I wanted to mention this, you guys, hopefully you heard about this in the news. This has been all over the news, this pretty much the most of the week. For those of you who don't know they were actually two tankers that were damaged over in the Gulf of Oman, and they had evacuate cruise things that nature caused fires, and all of that they were not US ships. They were let's say. Okay, let's just take a look at oracle. This is an article from Fox News and this is not an updated article. This is an article from when it I actually happened, and it says to oil, tankers were damaged in a suspected attack off the Gulf of Amman early Thursday, prompting the rescue of dozens of, crew members, the US navy's Bahrain-based, Fifth, Fleet said it is assisting two tankers in the Gulf of Amman after saving to distress Kohl's, details of the incident are unclear. But one of the operators made an made an unconfirmed report that a torpedo hit hit ship. So the two ships that were involved, the first one is the international tanker management, that is the Mt front al-tair. And according to this site here that one is actually flagged by the Marshall Islands. As you can see here. If you're watching the video, and the other one is actually a Panama flag, but Japanese owned ship, I am going to horribly mispronounce this but co Kuka courageous is what the other ship was. As of right now, there is a whole lot of countries that are discussing this right now. There's a lot of arguments going on. You've got Saudi Arabia. You gotta ran. You got Korea got Japan, you've got varies European countries. The United States at cetera et cetera. This is one that needs to be monitored. I don't wanna go in the whole lot of editorializing on this or anything right now because, as I said, there is still a lot of information coming out there. There have been videos that have shown what appears to be a smaller vessel next to this oil, tanker, removing unexploded mines. And there's a there's a lot of information that's coming out. I know there was a, there was a drone the United States was flying drone over it for some reason, and they apparently Iran apparently fired on it. There's a whole lot of stuff going on with us. When end right now, I think this is definitely a humongous story that needs to be monitoring, if you guys aren't gonna monitor any stories, or if you're not that big into monitoring this stuff. I highly recommend monitoring this one. There's new information coming out constantly on this one and because of the amount of countries that are involved in the amount of arguments and disagreements that are happening. It's definitely worth keeping an eye on because we've got allies who are agreeing with us ally. Is who are not agreeing with us. Allies were -greeing with Japan and yada, yada. It's, it's really kind of becoming a bit of a mass right now. So if you are not going to pay attention to any other story, for right now, this is the story that you should be focusing on. So just keep an eye on that one with that we are gonna move onto Sarah Sanders, and this is from the USA today. Sarah Sanders leaving as White House press secretary Trump and she may run for Arkansas. Governor at that is the worst headline. I have ever read my life, and I'm saying that because of the fact that he didn't really hint that she may run for Arkansas governor. He just said it would be nice. If she did she has not confirmed that she is considering running for Arkansas governor, there's, there's none of that kind of stuff going on. But he kind of added that in, you know, how they when their press, secretaries or other people leave. They kind of say these nice words about them and everything that was just something he threw in there. It'd be nice if she ran for governor of Arkansas. I don't know why that made it into the headline. I have no idea. Why should that made it into the headline? She has not said that she's going to run for governor of Arkansas. Nobody else's suggested that she's going to run for governor of Arkansas. Trump just said it would be nice if she did. Okay. So what is going on here? Why did she leave and I have heard several people saying why or his press secretary leaving and such short order? Because as you guys remember the first press secretary for Trump was actually Sean Spicer. He was not there very long. Okay. Sarah Sanders air for about two and a half years. Okay. As it says here after three and a half years are wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month and going home to the great state of Arkansas. He said, apparently referring to her work on his twenty sixteen campaign. In addition to two and a half years in the White House press office. Okay. So is that an abnormal short amount of time? Well from the research that I did. I was actually kind of curious about that. I self as I said, Sean Spicer was the first one he didn't last very long. And she took over for Sean Spicer. She actually filled in for him when he went off to do his stuff at the naval reserve. And then when he decided to step down. They move Sarah Sanders into possession permanently. She stayed there for two and a half years. The average time is actually about two point nine years. That is about the average. And if I'm remembering correctly, I believe, President Obama over the course of eight years. I can't remember if he had three or four press secretary's, but he had somewhere in the three or four range, the average amount of time is two point nine years. And the reason behind very short runs is generally a change of president. Okay. So that's where all that stands. So with that being said. What exactly is all the conjecture go around all of this? So we're going to skip the entire article and we're gonna go down to the area where they tell us about how horrible Sarah Sanders was, so we're gonna go right to that part of the article. That's like a staple in every single article ever is this person is stepping down for office. Here's all the facts. Now here's fifteen paragraphs of how awful they are. And we are going right into that. So let's go ahead and read this and as I said, this is from USA today, her departure comes months after the long-awaited report by special counsel, Robert Muller on Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election, while the report said there was insufficient evidence of any conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia at detailed steps by the president's undermined the investigation. The report did not reach a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed Justice, but it also did not exonerate him in the report Muller said Sanders admitted to making this leading statements to reporters when discussing Trump's rationale for the firing of former FBI director James Comey in two thousand seventeen at the time Sanders told reporters that Komi me comb. Comi was fired because he lost his confidence in the president is apartment of Justice members of both parties of congress, and most importantly, the rank and file of the FBI had lost confidence in Komi. The next category of this. Isn't it labeled slip of tongue a reporter challenge Sanders during the televised, breathing looks Anders chided, the reporter we have heard from countless members of the FBI that say very different things, but Sanders sold investigators that the comments were a slip of the tongue and said, a similar claim during an interview was made in the heat of the moment, and was not founded on anything. The incident was one of several throughout Sanders, tenure that left some question, her credibility Sanders like White House press secretary's had a combative relationship with reporters to retention for refusing to say, whether she believes the press is the enemy of the people align coined by Trump. She also faced routing last year when Trump lawyers acknowledged the president dictated statement, released by Donald Trump junior about a controversy meeting with the Russian lawyer and Trump Tower Sanders months earlier explicitly denied that Trump dictated, the statement Sanders among the longest serving members of Trump's inner circle over so a steady decline in the daily press briefing a form of reporters. To press the White House of her answers. And for the administration to pitch its message to networks and newspapers. So that's pretty much what you've got there is any of that at all related to her stepping down. I have no idea. They kinda throw that out there that it kind of happened and a timely fashion, 'cause she did as it's there, there was some there was some question over statements. She had made. There were the statements about Kony, and there was also apparently the statement here with Trump junior as it said, there, she also face Gertie last year when Trump lawyers acknowledged the president dictated statement released by John Trump junior with controversial meeting with the Russian lawyer, and Trump Tower Sanders months earlier explicitly denied the Trump dictated the statement. So those two things are pretty big. Nothing was mentioned as far as why she stepped down. This is sort of, you know, everybody's kind of trying to hint that she was pressured into stepping down. She I don't know. It doesn't sound like it to me. It sounds like she's just stepping down. And it sounds according to the law of averages. It seems that she's stepping down around the average amount of time. You gotta look at the position this way. No matter who the president is in, no matter, who the press secretary is. This is not an easy job. You're being inundated on a regular basis by press and everybody else, especially this lady. I mean, even she can't even go out to dinner with her family. Okay. So unkind surprised she lasted as long as she did. She lasted two and a half years. And if we're going to be completely honest, here I'm completely shocked. She lasted as long as she did. But she did she pulled it throw. She was a tough lady. Trump Lefter with good words, he made the comment about her running for governor again. I don't hope she's actually going to run for governor, apparently, according to USA today, it was, it was a hint that she might do so, and maybe she will. I don't know. Maybe that is a plan. Maybe she said something that she wants to run for governor. I have no idea. I have absolutely no idea as of right now. We really don't know why it is that she stepped down other than she just decided to step down. It just seems to be a little bit timely, since it was so close to after the molar report being released and things of that nature, a lot of people are coming up with their own theories. And their, you know, their own ideas about all of this right now that pretty much is all it is just theories, and conjecture. And what people probably hope it was honesty with, with the political climate. We're in there, probably their hopes and dreams of why she's stepping down. But right now, we've really honest cut don't know why. So they go, you've got that information. Let's go ahead and move on. Okay. So this one is actually from defense maven blue lives matter. And this is the city council proposes giving themselves raised by cutting police training and this is actually happening in Charlotte. North carolina. Okay. Here we go. Some city council members are favor of cutting the police apartments crisis intervention training budget in order to give themselves raises Charlotte's councilman. Braxton, Winston requested that the city manager increases salaries for the mayor and city council members during a meeting and may twin it on may twenty second WB, TV reported, I would like to know what the county commissioners making salary, and I would like to ask that the city council and mayor salaries be put in line with what county commissioners make county commission makes Winston told city manager Marcus Jones during the meeting, okay. So if he doesn't know what they're making then how is he asking to be put in line with if they're making ten thousand dollars a year? I mean think about what that quote, there, I would like to know what the county commissioners make in salary. And I would like to ask that city council and the mayor salaries be put in line with what county commission makes. Okay. So if he if he's asking that question is he trying to make it sound like he doesn't know and if he doesn't know why would he be? Asking for city council, and the mayor salaries be put in line with the county commission. Whatever let's move on city councilman. Matt Newton and city. Councilwoman lewanda Mayfield s if it would be possible to cut one million dollars of the two million dollars that had been set aside for Charlotte Mecklenburg. Police departments crisis intervention training, WBZ TV purported police departments across the nation have increased their crisis intervention training for officers because of the increase in law enforcement, having to deal with people experience, a mental mental health crisis on a regular basis. The goal is to teach officers to DSP the esscalation skills to deal with people experiencing mental health episode who may be threatening to harm themselves or others during a police incident, reducing the chances of the incident will end with a deadly use of force, according to the National Alliance of mental illness. This is the issue that I have with this right now. We've had several high profile shootings in the news right now, that had to do with people who were shot by the police who were in the middle of a mental health crisis. Why would we wanna take away training to prevent those kinds of shootings in the future? I'm sorry. But that's what this department is for the crisis intervention training is supposed to be there to help these officers recognize a mental health crisis. And how did the escalate instead of shooting the person? My state is a little screwed up right now with all the police stuff. Okay. Because I know we have another county in the state where the, the sheriff decided, first of all, the, the deputies are not allowed to wear sunglasses when they're talking to people. So that's the first step. And then the second step is that he decided that they're no longer allowed to use like the tasers stun-guns. He wants them to go, quote unquote, hands on know what they're going to do is they're gonna go firearms on. So you've just increase the possibility of your deputies opening fire on somebody that they previously would have used tasers on. And I had somebody on Facebook, make the comment that they're glad that they did this because tasers kill tasers kill occasionally, okay? I'm not going to say that they have never killed anybody. Because they have killed somebody, I have actually taken the ride, and I can tell you it feels like you're dying. It's, it's a horrible horrible feeling that I don't wish on anyone. And I will never personally take in, but it feels like you're dying, but you're not actually dying. Okay. And again, like I said, there have been incidences in the past where people have been killed by tasers, the incidences of cops shooting able have ended up in a lot more deaths than than when cops have shot somebody with Taylor. So I'm not sure why we would remove less than lethal means of stopping situation and expect the cops is just go hands on, they're not going to go hands on they're going to guns on now. We're looking at this where they're taking away the crisis intervention training for. And we're gonna have more cops who are in Huckabee, properly drained, who are going out in the street dealing with people who are having a mental health episode, and they're going to not be trained well enough to figure out how to de-escalate the situation, which is gonna, which is going to amount and more people being shot and killed. Do we not see the issue here? Do we not see the problem? Okay. There's people are dying, and we're going backwards instead of going forward. We're not trying to fix the situation. We're making the situation worse. Okay. Why why are we doing that because you wanna raise? Okay. Now, I'm going to skip down here and I'm gonna show you where it says. The Charlotte city council members earn a salary of ninety thousand eight hundred nine dollars per year, plus another eight thousand nine hundred dollars Oto in technology allowances, according to WBZ. Okay. Now, the next paragraph here says. But the city council positions are not considered fulltime jobs, and those elected are expected to continue having jobs outside, despite complaints from someone like that officials that they don't have time according to Charlotte. Observer, now I can tell you the city council in my town. Now, I do not live in a city anywhere near the size of Charlotte, the place that I live in is not considered city. It's town. It wants to be city at desperately desperately wants to be a city and we're getting to the point where we're actually almost inhabited like a city with her so many people here. It's ridiculous. But we're gonna town and our city council. The members of the city council, the mayor, all of those people, they are considered part time positions, all those people have other jobs. Okay. They're all doing some other kind of form of work. I know our mayor is a stay at home dead. His wife is the one who's working and then he does part time as the mayor, that's the way these things work around this area. Is nineteen thousand eight hundred nine dollars a great salary. No, it is. If you're working part time, it's not a bad. It's not a bad salary. I don't mind the setup for this for this area. And I don't mind the setup at all for any elected position to be this way. The city council members down in Charlotte are being forced to live with what they do. And I think that's the point of what they're doing there. I think that's why it's considered a part time decision. Now with all that aside. I also know that the city council meetings here in my town, Ken, go quite long. It does make having a fulltime job, a little bit of a pain in the butt, most of the time I have been to several city council meetings and things of that nature in my town. And I know that they usually start around six thirty at night, and that gives people the chance to get home from work and get there for the meetings. And I'm sure it gives the council member starting off from work as well. There have been times where the council meetings have gone. Twelve one o'clock in the morning, two o'clock in the morning, things like that, which makes a quite difficult, the next morning when you have to get up for work, because they're usually held like Tuesdays and Thursdays. So it makes it difficult for you. Gotta get up in the morning to get to work. So I completely understand where they're coming from. But at the same time, I want these people living with what they do. So everything that they do as city council members and mayor cetera et cetera. They have to go back out into the real world, and they have to live those decisions that they've made those laws they've passed. And I like that. On top of all that. Like I said, I don't wanna see any less police training, the police in the country, need, more training, not less. So if you're going to cut something let's try not cutting training for police officers that could end up saving the lives of people in the future. This is really really bad timing, we just recently had one or two, I think I might have been to that. We're in, like, like national news lately, where people who are actually in a mental health episode were shot and killed by the police, and their families were screaming and hollering about the fact that they were in the middle of mental health episode the cops, not all the time can recognize that kind of thing if somebody comes out swinging, you know, a bad or has a gun or something like that they have to act in their own best interest. At that point, I completely understand that. But if training the police officers to be able to recognize a mental health episode could possibly save the lives of people in the future, even if it's one two, three four or five people whatever those are one to five people that get to stay with their family and getting home at night that can. Actually, get treatment for the mental health issues that they're having rather than being put in the ground. I'm more concerned with putting less people in the ground needlessly than I am with making sure that the Charlotte city council is making more than nineteen thousand dollars a year. It sucks the pace ox, it, does it sucks. You can't really live on that, especially if you have a family, it sucks. Don't run for office again. I mean really just don't run for office again. And if you decide if it's if it's decided by the by the, the city of Charlotte, or the county of the Mecklenburg county that this should be on that they should get a raise. Let's consider cutting something other than police training. Seriously? Let's not do less police trading. Let's do more. Okay. Seriously? Let's go ahead. Move on. Okay. And we are going to head right back over to Fox News. And this is a very interesting law that just got passed California inmates. Can now possess marijuana in their prison cells with one catch he went on with catches before. I even start reading the article the catches that they can't use it. Okay. Here we go. A kennel appeals court ruled this week in mates can legally possess marijuana in prison. They just can't do anything with it. The third district court of appeals, twenty page ruling said, the state's voters legalization were legalized recreational possession of less than an ounce of cannabis in twenty sixteen with no exception, even for those behind bars decision, Tuesday overturned, the Sacramento county convictions of five inmates who'd been found with marijuana in their prison cells, according to the plain language of proposition proposition, sixty four possession of less than one ounce of cannabis in prison is no longer a felony. Three judge panel wrote in the world wing smoking, or ingesting cannabis in prison, remains felony, the panel rejected the state's argument that guards will lose control over prison over prisons of inmates. Free to possess. More quantities of marijuana not noting possession can still be punished as, as a rolls violation such punishments. The Mercury News says could include having good behavior credits revoked. So here's here's the, the best quote in the entire article. Or your are you saying this right here it creates? Confusion. Dan Olson defense. Attorney told FOX forty if it's illegal to take in it's illegal to use. It's illegal to use it, but now it's not illegal to have it. It's sort of like what's the point of making it not illegal to half? And that's kind of the point, that's why this whole thing is so funny, because technically it makes sense. If it's not illegal to possess in California, why the possessive prison, if they can have cigarettes and things of that nature, which are also legal, why would they not I, I'm assuming I don't know much about the California legal system. I'm assuming they could still have cigarettes. They might not be able to I have no idea. But apparently, they can they can they can have pot in their cells, but it's illegal for it to be taken in to the to the prison, and it's only go to be used in the prison, but they can have it. So why would they have it? I it just it doesn't make any sense that you're not supposed to bring in, you're not supposed to use it, but you're allowed to have it. Why would they just have it in their cell, because it looks pretty because it smells good. I mean it's not like you can't even make a work around for that say like oh, they're just gonna chew on it. Well, that would be using it, wouldn't it, which means that it's illegal. What is the point of that? I just don't even know. I it's it goes into. I know people are going to argue with the over criminalization of things and things of that nature, and that's all well and good. But these people are already in prison. I just, you know it pretty much all those takes away their, their good behavior points. Would he do? I mean it I'm sorry, but that's pretty much what it is. It's, it's gonna make everything difficult is this, Dan Olson guy is is right? Would is in what is the point of going through all of this to make it legal to have if it's not legal to bring it in. And they can't use it. What would be the point of having it, it just doesn't this seems like it was a needless law? It really does seem like it was needless law. Priorities. It's california. What can I tell you and we're gonna move onto Alabama. I am caught a cruising through all of this. This was this was a tough Newsweek this, this was really a tough Newsweek. I so just bear with me here, we're going to go to WBZ TV weren't, they just quoted one of the other articles, anybody WBZ TV, Alabama, governor science chemical castration Bill into law. Okay. So we have Alabama governor Kay Ivey has signed into law, a Bill that requires anyone convicted of a second crime of child younger than thirteen to undergo chemical chemical castration as a condition of their parole under the new law, a person required under the chemical castration must begin the treatment, no less than one month prior to their release from custody and must continue treatment until the court determines it is no longer necessary. This is painfully stupid in its own right? Okay. So what the hell is chemical castration? I'm gonna take you over to Wikipedia, which, of course, is so trusted, but we're gonna go to Wikipedia anyway. According to Wikipedia chemical castration is castration via an that an aphrodisiac drugs, whether to reduce libido, or sexual activity to treat cancer, otherwise. Unless unlike surgical castration where the Goan ads removed incision in the body. Chemical castration does not remove organs, nor nor is it a form of civilization. Chemical castration is generally considered reversible. When treatment is discontinued. Although permanent effects in body. Chemistry can sometimes be seen as in the case of bone density loss, increasing the length of the use of the MPA in two thousand sixteen the New York Times reported a number of countries use chemical castration on sex, offenders often in return for reduced sentences. So the effects of it just because I know people are going to be curious on, males the effect is, when used on males these drugs can reduce sex drive, compulsive, sexual fantasies and capacity for sexual arousal life threatening side effects are rare but some users show increases in body fat, and reduced bone density, which increase long-term risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis. They may also experience guy. No come ask the development of larger than normal memory glands males that pretty much means that they're gonna grow, Bruce. So pretty much it's supposed to cut down on the sexual fantasies and their ability to actually have sex now on females. When used on females the effects are similar, though. There is little research about chemically lowering female sex drive, or females Pacific and easy axe since most research focuses on the opposite, but anti and Andrew genyk hormone regiment health, God. Like I said, I'm exhausted regimes would lower testosterone in females which can impact sex drive or sexual response. These drugs, also deflate the breast glands and expand the size of the nipple also seen a sudden shrinking and bone mass in this colorization of lips. Reduced body hair and muscle mass. So pretty much in men, it'll make them grow boobs in women. It'll get rid of their boobs. And the big issue with it is, of course, the bone density because that can cause issues with the heart and also it can also cause osteoporosis. So those are the bad side effects for it. I will put a lengthy onto the story here because there was a whole lot of stuff here. There's stuff about the use of it in various countries. There's issues with the use of it is a treatment for cancer, the use of it against sex offenders and things of that nature. So if you guys actually read into that, please do keep in mind that it is. Why Kapiti and Wikipedia can be edited by complete strangers who may not know a darn thing about the topic. So just keep that in mind while you're reading that if it's a topic that interests you, I do I do highly recommend that you use other sources other than what Kapadia, but I just wanted to give you guys a general idea of what it is. So with that being said, let's move on in the article to where it says, people say, this is inhumane, how can it be any more inhumane than the thing? Mulch old now. That's one of the most inhumane things there are. The Alabama Civil Liberties Union which came out against the legislation said mandating chemical castration could violate the US constitution's eighth amendment, which forbids the use of cruel and unusual punishment. I'm assuming that the use of for one unusual punishment. There is not based on the sexual arousal part of it, but the health complications that come along with it. Remember as we were saying from the Wikipedia article, it does close issues with cardiovascular and bone density. It can also cause men to grow brass, and it can cause women to have an issue with their breasts becoming smaller. I'm not sure if that's what they're talking about, as far as the cruel and unusual punishment. But I would assume that, that would be the biggest part of it. Because especially if you're causing a bone density issue that can cause broken bones and things of that nature. So that obviously is inflicting pain. The law requires the Alabama department of public health to administer the treatment, which would reduce the production of testosterone or other hormones in the body. They really misunderstand. What sexual assault is about sexual assaults about sexual gratification. It's about power. It's about control said, Roundell Marshall, executive, the executive director of the ACLU of Alabama Ivy has had been mum on whether she was. Support the legislation until recently, giving her approval on Monday the final day for what she could sign bills into law on legislative session. So that's pretty much the arguments for it. I'm not sure how much good this is actually gonna do because pretty much they're telling these people. You can go through this, and till we tell you that we that you could stop, which means it sometime in the future. They can be told that they can go off the chemical. Castration. The issue that I have with it is, obviously, you've got your medical side effects, but at the same time you're trusting these people to continue on with the treatment. How many of these people do you think are actually going to continue on with the treatment that would be my concern? It says here. That the law requires the Alabama department of public health to administer the treatment, which would reduce the production of testosterone other hormones in the body outta ya. What does that mean that the, the Alabama department of public health is administering the rate? What does that mean? Does that mean that they have to go someplace to be treated for it? Does it mean somebody has to come to their house to to treat them for it? There's not a lot of information, here, assuming that they're not going to be self trading. But you're trusting them to show up someplace else to be treated for something that makes it nearly impossible for them to experience sexual arousal. That's a pretty big thing to ask anybody. I'm not saying that these people, especially people who are raping children. I'm not saying that they don't deserve this kind of crap. What I'm saying is, we are being really trusting here. This is really trusting. You are. You are trusting these people to actually show up to have this treatment administered that makes it so that they cannot be sexually aroused, it cuts down on their fantasies, it cuts down on all this stuff that they have pretty much been overtaken with their entire lives. It's a regular function that most people want to enjoy for the duration of their lives. And you're, you're trusting these people, you're trusting criminals, especially criminals who hurt children. To show up to receive this treatment. I don't think this is going to end. Well, I don't think that this is going to go the way that they're planning on going 'cause I don't see a whole lot of these people showing up for this treatment do you I see that working out? I mean, do you see these people voluntarily showing up? I know that they're required by you know they're the stipulations of their release, or whatever the case may be the you really think they're gonna show up for it. I'm sure some of them will. Okay. I'm sure some of them will will show up in. Have these treatments done for the duration of time in, especially in hopes of having it, you know, not be permanent not have them doing this for the rest of their lives. But I would be willing to assume that a large portion of these people gonna disappear and. It's one thing to have sex offenders register so that people know where they live. And, and, you know, the government knows where they're living in a make sure that they're not in your schools, and things like that. But it's a whole other story to have these people show up on a regular basis. And I don't know how often they have to have these treatments, but we're actually trusting them to go and have them. And I just. I really don't think this is going to end. Well, I really just don't think it's going to end. Well. And now we are moving into the let's chat section of the podcast, which is becoming a thing. This is the third week in a row that we're doing this. However, the big differences, the tonight, I'm not ranting. I actually have some good news. But I also want to discuss what my good news is going to mean for everything that I have been doing. Okay. So let's start off with the good news as some of you are aware because I've had some people who've been hanging out with me for quite a while. So as some of you are aware back in twenty seventeen I think it was twenty seven hundred twenty eight it might have been twenty eight whatever. I took the l set, which is the emission test for wall school at that point in time, I actually did apply to two different law schools. I was rejected from one which I was kind of expecting because it was a high end wall school, the other law school, I was put on a wait list, and I ended up actually timing out of the wait list for that school, so this past year. I was actually working from twenty eight. Eighteen into twenty nineteen. I was actually taking courses to become a paralegal. I did complete those. I have become a certificates, paralegal, certified paralegal. But I am certificates paralegal. There is a difference. Once I completed that I started looking into the information on how to become an actual certified paralegal, which is a test that has to be taken you have to pass it. And then you become certified. And I looked at the cost of it, and I looked at all that information I thought to myself, you know what before I do this something inside of me is telling me, I need to apply to law school again. So I did I replied to the school that I had been put on the waiting list for. This past week. I went in for my interview at the campus and I'm not going to name the school. So I apologize. I am not going to tell you what school, I'm going to. But I went in for my interview this past week for that particular law school and on Friday, in the evening, I got an Email from the school congratulating me on my acceptance. So I actually am going in to law school in August. So your nail listening to a future lawyer. I hope knock on everything, would you can say, but I am going to be starting in a beluga I am going to be starting in August, and it's going to be early August. So everything is going to continue to flow as normal until August, and I'm hoping through August, August is orientated month now with all of that, being said the program, I entered his actually an accelerated program. It is a real juris doctor program. So. So at the end of it, I will have a juris doctor degree, and I will be putting in for approval to take the bar exam which means that I will be an actual lawyer if I passed the bar exam for those who are curious because I found out, unfortunately, I found out that not everybody wishes you will. You should've seen some of the tear up in case you guys are wondering what happened to me. On spree -ly undone with that crap. If you don't wish people. Well. I'm gonna try to keep it clean. You can bite me. I was not quite that nice on freely. I am no longer updating spryly because those people are just evil. I have come to the conclusion that they're just evil and I don't want anything to do with that. I wish people will, I hope that they're going to do the same thing for me. Do I give crap that you don't like lawyers? No nobody likes lawyers. Get over yourself. Try wishing people. Well anyway, because I found that out, I am going to tell you guys type of law that I am looking to get into, and that would be a state, that would be state and elderlaw. So I am not actually going in for criminal law or anything like that, 'cause they had a lot of people have been like oh, you can get up, and, you know, defend this, and do this, and you can fix that. And I'm like, no hang on hang on. I'm going into elderlaw and estate planning. It's, it's not that exciting. So just calm down. So, like I said, with all that being said it is an accelerated program. It is going to be done into and a half years. I am not expecting to sleep until the year twenty twenty one now. What does that mean for everything that I have been doing some of you do some of you do not realize that I have a website? I have several video channels, which it's all the same videos on all the channels. I am also running this podcast, and I have a lot of social media that I am continuously running. How is the wall school thing going to affect all of that? Well, I am going to be completely blunt all of this crap is going to suffer horribly the podcast. The website videos they are going to suffer horribly. You can choose the bear with me or not as I stated in the past. This is a hobby one I'm doing here is a hobby. I enjoy it. This is a passion for me. I really love doing what I'm doing, and I'm hoping that, while I'm in law school, I'm going to be able to keep it up. But the bottom line is that this juris doctor degree is my future that is what is going to put a roof over my head and food on the table. What I'm doing. Here is a hobby. I haven't made a red cent off of any of this. I enjoy doing it. I'm having fun doing it. I am not going to allow this to get in the way of my education. So. What does that mean? That means the things could get a little sloppy as far as the videos and the podcasts. They're pretty much the same thing as most of you are aware the podcast is the podcast, and that eventually gets turned into a video, which gets put up at YouTube, it, shoot and Utah gone exchange. So they, they do go hand in hand every once in a while on a rare occasion. I will pop up opponents video. Sometimes it turns into a bonus episode podcast. Sometimes it doesn't. I am going to do my best to actually keep that kind of thing up. I'm also going to do my best to keep up the website as of right now because the videos and the podcast, I haven't been keeping the website up as well as I should anyway. So I'm not really sure that I'm going to be able to keep up the website either. Does that mean that I am going to completely go away and stop doing this? No, it does not. It just means that there is a possibility that it's going to get splotch -i. I have been trying right now to keep it on a schedule and keep everything kind of constant, so that you can expect that every Sunday, there is going to be a podcast. And there's gonna be a video at ten o'clock at night, and you can tune into that, and you can look at them anytime you want to run the course of that week. Get yourself all caught up before the next one that comes out on Sunday at ten o'clock. The problem is that if I'm in law school, and I'm doing papers and I'm studying for exams and cetera et cetera et cetera. There is a possibility that, that is not going to happen. I am going to miss weeks in the podcast and the videos and I'm just not gonna worry about it. I can't afford to worry about it. The pied cast and the videos and the website are really not my future. I'm want to use them to keep my sanity. I wanna keep enjoying it. I wanna keep doing what I'm doing here because I like it, and I'm hoping that it's making a difference to somebody, I hope resonating with somebody, but the bottom line is that this is not my future. It's a hobby. The jury Stocker is going to be a career that's going to be my future. That's what I'm going to be doing. And that is that is something that I can use to actually affect some sort of change the kind of change that I wanna make. So I am gonna ask you guys to bear with me. Once I get through, once I get through law school, like I said, that's probably going to be twenty twenty one. So once I get through law school, and once I get through the bar exam, and do all of that stuff, and I get set up in a career, and I start getting everything together. I will probably get this back on schedule. Now, I don't know when we're going to go off schedule, as I said, I start in August, but it's kind of a weird setup because I believe, August is like an orientation month and it's only going to be incoming students that are at the school at that point in time. I thank if I read the paperwork correctly. I think that's what's happening. It's been a long time since I was in school. I'm a little spat out right now. But. It appears that, that's what it's going to be. And then the actual schooling starts in September. So I'm expecting this to at least be smooth through August. I think I hope I pray. I'm not positive beyond that. I don't know what's going to happen. It could remain on schedule for quite a while after September rolls around, and I actually start my education. It could remain on schedule. It could actually show up that I find that I have more time than I thought I was gonna have I can't imagine that's going to. I'm just throwing that out. There is a possibility but it's probably very unlikely. But, you know, I could find that I have more time to actually put together than I thought I was going to have. And I might actually somehow manage to remain on schedule. I might not. So I'm kind of offering this information out there to let you know, that sometime in the next couple of months, there's a possibility that you could tune in on Sunday night, and there's nothing there for you. I'm probably not going to be able to give you any kind of warning, I will most likely post up on social media, that I am not going to be posting something this week, I will probably be able to find the thirty seconds. It takes to post up on YouTube, and at Facebook in discord stuff like that, that there won't be a podcast in video that week. So you can go ahead and check with check on those places you know, to keep to keep track. To keep up with whether or not there's going to be anything released that week. But I offered to God can't tell you right now. What's going to happen with this all I can tell you is that I can't allow this to get in the way of my education. I hope he goes understand. I hope that you're willing to bear with me if you're not willing to bear with me, that's fine too. It was nice knowing you, I, I will be back in a few years, if you want to check in, with me again, that's great. If you can't deal with the fact that I'm probably not going to be able to run on schedule. Once I start law school. There's not much I can do for you. I'm not going anywhere. I'm not disappearing I'm still going to be here. I'm still doing what I'm doing. It's just probably going to be a little more disjointed than normal. So it may not come out every Sunday attend. It might come out Friday at four I don't know. I don't know what's going to happen. So bear with me following on social media. I have told you guys before about the lengths, you will find them down in the descriptions, at the videos, ended the podcast site. There is a link that will take you to every single bit of social media that I actually use, and it'll tell you, whether I am or not updating those anymore. You can also get down to the description and find links to the video channels as I said that his YouTube itchy. But in Utah, gun exchange you can also find the podcast on most of the podcast, apps or whatever that are out there. You can find us on itunes. I tune Spotify, I heart radio the pod being AP radio public, there's a whole bunch and that you can find us on. So go ahead and follows at your favorite one. If we are not on your favorite app. Please let me know. And I will try to get it listed at your favorite app. I am going to highly suggest that you guys go ahead and follow either Facebook page, or this court server or both because that is going to be the quickest way for you to get updates as to whether or not there's going to be a podcast coming up next week. We are going to continue as long as, as podcast there will be eight for mere following up. So you can always catch us over at YouTube for a premiere at Sunday night at ten pm eastern come over and chat with us talk about what's going on. Make suggestions, ask questions. It cetera et cetera. And if you decide that you would like to help out, you can hit us up on patriot. And subscribe star if he was to make any kind of donations, if not that perfectly fine to the best way that you can help me out is by sharing the podcast and the videos with your friends and family and all your social media, I do very much prefer having a lot of interaction if we can possibly get it with all that being said, guys, I will see you on Sunday, ten pm eastern next week. You can guarantee that. See you next week and have great guys.

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