25 Burst results for "38 Round"

Celtics run past Heat 93-80, move 1 win from NBA Finals

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Celtics run past Heat 93-80, move 1 win from NBA Finals

"The Celtics are up three games to two in the Eastern Conference Finals following a 93 80 win over the heat in Miami The Celtics took control by outscoring the heat 32 16 in the third quarter then opened the final period on a 14 two run to go ahead by 23 Jaylen Brown had a game high 25 points and Jayson Tatum just missed a triple double finishing with 22 points 12 rebounds and 9 assists We need to go back home like we down three two With that sense of urgency that we did some must win game you know not relaxing 'cause we up Bam adebayo had a team best 18 points for Miami which shot a miserable 32% from the field and missed 38 of its 45 three point attempts Game 6 is Friday in Boston I'm Dave

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Watch: Tyler Bozak saves Blues’ season with Game 5 overtime goal vs. Avalanche

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Watch: Tyler Bozak saves Blues’ season with Game 5 overtime goal vs. Avalanche

"The blues are still alive in their second round series after defeating the avalanche 5 to four on Tyler bozak's goal three 38 into overtime Bose capped a frantic rally in which Robert Thomas tied the game with 54 seconds left in regulation The app scored the first three goals and were ahead three to one in the third period until Thomas and Justin Fox scored four 17 apart Nathan McKinnon's third goal of the night put the avalanche ahead late in the third but the blues sent the series back to St. Louis for game 6 on Friday Vladimir tarasenko also scored for the blues

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Naomi Osaka at French Open news conference: 'I think I'm OK'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Naomi Osaka at French Open news conference: 'I think I'm OK'

"Osaka has won four grand slams since her withdrawal in Paris There have been questions about her well-being For the most part I think I'm okay Osaka said last year she experiences huge waves of anxiety before speaking to the media and has suffered long bouts of depression I think everyone's been really positive for the most part I'm not really so sure Osaka also sat out Wimbledon and later in the season took another mental health break after losing at the U.S. open She lost in the third round of the Australian open which takes her to Paris Where I am right now like I've I wouldn't want to say that it's like it hasn't left my mind of course I'm still thinking about it Osaka's world ranking has fallen to number 38 mostly because of a lack of action I'm Ed

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Democrats Love Replacement Theory for Electoral Gain

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Democrats Love Replacement Theory for Electoral Gain

"So what do we say about all of these Democrats who for years have done exactly that? It seems harder and harder to ignore that the echoes of replacement theory and other racially motivated views are increasingly coming out into the open. In a few years, we're going to be a majority Brown country. White people will not be the majority in the country anymore. This will be the first generation ever in American history in which whites will be a minority of the generation at some point. As of 2007, every year, babies being born in this country whites now with a minority. In 2044, everyone is going to be a minority. As the demographics change, as white people become the minority in the country, which is coming. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny, right? The country is changing. I've been saying it here. Other people have been saying it here for years now. Even before Donald Trump, the demographics is destiny. The white population is declining for the first time in history in America, while the number of multiracial Americans have more than doubled. So we live in a country where the demographics are changing. It's becoming less white. Correct. Okay. You'll be announcing that we're calling the 38 electoral votes of Texas for the democratic nominee for president. It's changing. It's going to become a purple state and then a blue state because of the demographics because of the population growth. The growth in Texas has been almost entirely driven by non white population growth mostly by Hispanic and Latino population growth. The idea that whites will not be the majority, I mean, it's an exciting transformation of the country. It's an exciting evolution and progress of our country in many different ways. The white population is declining. It was always on the upswing. So that speaks to the beautiful diversity of America.

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#38  Holy Week, part 3 - burst 4

Jesus Stories

00:57 sec | Last week

#38 Holy Week, part 3 - burst 4

"Jesus begins by telling his disciples what signs to look for. The first one is misleading messiahs, don't be misled, he says, there will be impostors come and claim to be messiah. Many people will believe them, then he says you'll hear of wars and rumors of wars. Don't panic, he says, this is just the beginning. Yes, these things must take place, but the end won't follow immediately. Nation will go to war against nation and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in many parts of the world, but all of this is only the first of the birth pains, with more to come. As these events happen, you're going to be arrested, handed over to local councils, beaten in the synagogue, and that's the Jewish version of church outside of the temple, you'll also stand trial before the civil authorities,

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Rick Klein's Analysis of the House Midterm Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last week

Rick Klein's Analysis of the House Midterm Elections

"So that's the breakdown of the Senate. They went on then to break down the house and the likelihood that Republicans are going to take control of the House. You focus a lot on the Senate control of the house almost certain to go to the GOP. They only need to pick up four seats. Yeah, and that map right there, you're looking at the narrowest House majority by Democrats in the modern history of the House of Representatives. We know how first midterms go for presidents. None of that has really changed. But what has changed is redistricting. And this is fascinating. Our friends over at 5 38, they looked at every state that's finished redistricting so far. They're not all done. So far they found a net total of 7 fewer competitive seats than just two years ago. Down to just about 33. That means in the whole House of Representatives, you're just looking at this kind of narrow window of truly competitive races. Places where the Democrats and the Republicans are relatively evenly split. So, you know, they know what's coming.

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38 rescued, 11 dead as US searches waters near Puerto Rico

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

38 rescued, 11 dead as US searches waters near Puerto Rico

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Charlie Weighs in on Krysten Sinema and the Filibuster Debate

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Weighs in on Krysten Sinema and the Filibuster Debate

"Try and repeal the filibuster, kyrsten sinema, who is just she's something else. You gotta give her credit. She is an unusual duck. I'll tell you what. So Kirsten sinema comes out and defends the filibuster in a statement criticizing decision to overturn roe versus wade. She says, quote, protections in the Senate safeguarding against the erosion of women's access to healthcare have been used to half dozen times in the past ten years and more important now than ever. Throughout my time in Congress, I've always supported women's access to healthcare. I'm a co sponsor of the women's health protection act, and I'll continue to work with anyone protecting women's ability to make their decisions about their futures. She's still defending the filibuster, which means that you can not go to, you can not use the filibuster to repeal not repeal to enshrine or to codify roe versus weight. That's the word I'm looking for. Cut 38,

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Joe Biden's Record Low Approval Rating With Breitbart's Matt Boyle

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Joe Biden's Record Low Approval Rating With Breitbart's Matt Boyle

"Let's talk about the latest quinnipiac poll. And I know it's all we have to take that with a dose of salt as well. But this is bad news for Biden, is it not? Trash president, right? I mean, these are trash president. He's a loser president. It's not just the queen of the act or there's a CNBC poll that I'm at 38. He's in the record lows across the board. Look, when a president is under 50, they lose somewhere around 30 something House seats every time in the midterm elections. Biden's under 40. So in most polling now. So at most, he might be in the most favorable ratings in the low 40s. He's in a really bad way. He's tearing his party down. The Democrat party is in shambles. They are mass on every major issue from the crime wave sweeping America through the migrants push streaming across the border, record numbers, 2 million in the first year. It's going to go up when they get rid of title 42. Then in addition to that, the economy is a disaster. The world's less safer place. Everybody can see that this experiment of complete democratic control in Washington D.C. is an abject failure. And Joe Biden is a trash president for lack of a better word. I mean, he's a trash loser president.

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Maxey breaks out for 38 points, 76ers beat Raptors in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Maxey breaks out for 38 points, 76ers beat Raptors in Game 1

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Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed

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The People Are Abandoning Joe Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 2 months ago

The People Are Abandoning Joe Biden

"With Joe Biden. And I don't mean that something physically is happening. We know that. We know that Joe Biden, unfortunately, is showing signs of someone who doesn't really have all of his faculties there. I would feel really sorry for him if he wasn't running the country into the ground, and having a smug arrogant attitude about it. But there's something else happening with Joe Biden. That a careful eye is able to see. In fact, I think most people are seeing it. Joe Biden is so underwater in the polling. Joe Biden is so unpopular, and Joe Biden is no longer useful, I believe there's a discarding, an abandoned abandonment happening. In regards to Joe Biden, I believe that there is something happening right now. Where the people who really run our government, which we'll get into, are casting him aside. What does Joe Biden good for anyway? Well, the latest polling out of 5 38 which skews to be liberal democratic. Says that 53% of voters disapprove of Joe Biden and 41% approve. To give an idea at the beginning of the presidency, it was the opposite. 53% of Biden people approved of Joe Biden and it went down as to say only 35% disproved. It's been a complete inversion. Of support. 68% of voters blame Joe Biden for higher gas prices.

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Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Redistricting in Tennessee With Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck

"Talk to us about the technicalities I understand there's been some redistricting in Tennessee. Has that hurt you? What is the reality? When I see these maps, this gerrymandering, it looks like insanity with crayons talk to us about the situation in Tennessee. So redistricting in my race actually is a major major help to us because it was a Democrat see for over a hundred years and now because of the growth of Tennessee and the growth of middle Tennessee specifically, which has been largely in exodus of conservatives from other states. It became a very conservative seat now. So it went from a plus 17 Democrat seat to now I think 5 38 has that a plus 16 Republican seat. And so definitely to our advantage now and has been a really great thing. And I think it speaks to the fact that Tennessee like Florida has become sort of a safe haven for conservatives to flee these blue states and defined a place to live with their values and among their people because you know I actually had a conversation with this about somebody the other day and it was what is a Tennessee and I said, well, certainly not just being born here. It's about what you want. It's about your values, what you believe in. Do you truly stand behind freedom or not? And you could look at somebody like Jim Cooper, our previous representative who's retiring, who's just an awful Democrat. And you could say, oh, so, you know, he's Tennessee, but the truth is, he doesn't actually stand for Tennessee values. And I do. So I may have been here a shorter period of time, but I'm actually in touch with the people here.

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Knicks close on 38-13 run, stun reeling Heat 111-103

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Knicks close on 38-13 run, stun reeling Heat 111-103

"The next closed on a thirty eight thirteen run test on the east leading heat one eleven one of three Immanuel Quickley led the late charge scoring twenty of his twenty three points in the fourth quarter R. J. Barrett had eighteen points for New York which trailed by seventeen with eleven minutes remaining before their game and expert quickly scored eight points in fifty eight seconds to ignite the rally Miami's conference lead was trimmed to a half game over the box Jimmy Butler led the heat with thirty points while Kyle Lowry and bam Adebayo each had seventeen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Caller Wants to Know More About the Biolabs in Ukraine

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Caller Wants to Know More About the Biolabs in Ukraine

"Mark I just want to say first off man I've listened to you since 2008 I've loved every aspect I've agreed with you on probably 85% Maybe I would even say more than that And you know I'm 38 years old I've seen I was through 9 11 I was a senior in high school watching it on the TV I've been through two recessions I've been through Barack Obama's charade You know I was affected by you know what job I had at that time and so you lived a life of a 38 year old up to the age of 38 like most Americans And what did it teach you It taught me to question everything It taught me to research My daughter she was diagnosed with a terminal brain cancer when she was 5 And she's been gone for four years now and ever since Oh my goodness I'm sorry Yeah and I mean I mean I've researched anything and everything you know And what I'm getting at is that as I'm looking at all of this unfold in all of the propaganda that I've seen with COVID what I've seen with the fed printing money since 2008 $28 trillion debt It's actually more than that I do believe that you did some mathematics on that and it was important to neighborhood a 30s and 40s a trillion No no no no It's actually over 200 trillion When you take in so called entitlement obligations Right and it's absolutely ridiculous to the American taxpayers I want you to make your point before I have to go So my point is is that we're being told instead all these lies I want to know what was in those 8 bioweapons labs that allegedly that we had some sort of Adam Adam We're not being told anything

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Washington Examiner: Suburban America Abandoning Biden for Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Washington Examiner: Suburban America Abandoning Biden for Trump

"We read in here in the Washington examiner and a blow to his political base, suburban America is abandoning Joe Biden after giving him his 2020 victory over then president Donald Trump writes the Washington examiner in new polling, Emerson college found Trump leaves Biden by a huge 47 to 38% tally among suburban voters. The shift is notable and worrisome for Democrats and Biden's reelection campaign. After the 2020 election, the liberal brookings institution declared the suburbs won it for Biden. Yeah, sure they did. And predicted they'd become the party's backbone. Well, that isn't working out for him so much. Right now, the Emerson college poll shows Trump leading Biden by a huge 47 to 38% margin.

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Is Biden Improving in the Polls?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Is Biden Improving in the Polls?

"Is your polling show? You know, we came in a little bit after the State of the Union, so it's possible if he did have like a larger bump after the State of the Union that we could have missed it. I mean, some said, you know, I've said that. I don't know, Charlie. I think that what I see in this, you know, you got back up to 40 up from 38 last month. I think, you know, and there's the trend. It's perfect. I think that what maybe is going on in Ukraine. I don't even think it was the State of the Union. At best arrested the downward trend. And next month we'll definitely know more about whether or not that goes down again, because the fundamental issues that we always pull every month foreign policy, the economy, COVID. He ticked up a little bit with COVID and that could have helped him a little bit as well, but it's still negative. And overall, with inflation continuing to rise being the number one issue hands down, I just don't know how he maintains that level, even if this was a minor bump. The survey sampling error two is 2.1%. So it's still within the sampling era, you know, from 38 to 40. So I'm not sure that it's a really large discernible bump. But next month will really seal it and we'll know, but you know, and those head to head match up,

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Poll: 38% of Americans Wouldn't Defend U.S. If Attacked, Would Flee

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Poll: 38% of Americans Wouldn't Defend U.S. If Attacked, Would Flee

"Because if Russia is defeated or stalemated or something to that effect that sends a signal all over the world That's why I call these Ukrainians freedom fighters They are literally freedom fighters As far as I'm concerned freedom fighters And we want them to defeat the Russians And from the humanitarian perspective they need to defeat the Russians in order to defend their people There are people are being slaughtered What is our national security interest There's so many interests It's hard to know where to begin As I've explained from day one if this bleeds into NATO we have an obligation to help defend our NATO countries So if it spreads the NATO you could in fact have a World War Not just a World War in name but an uncontained World War No question about it And then you could have a World War on multiple fronts As you did during World War II Multiple fronts Where the access of evil whether it's Iran whether it's communist China where the fascistic Russia are all moving on all fronts And we are not prepared for that We've not built up our military enough We've not spent enough money Psychologically we're not prepared for that There was a poll that came out the other day I meant to get to where it said 38% of the people in the United States would not defend the United States if it was attacked They would leave Did you see that mister producer They would flee Many of whom by the way were Democrats

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"38 round" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"So right now, if you are traveling no doubt that you've seen all the numbers being canceled too, right? They are, but you know what? I have friends that say they still much rather be on a cruise because the cruise ship with the most caseloads, I think was royal Caribbean with 4800 passengers, and there were 48 cases of COVID. That's only 1.5%. Of a caseload. Compare that to any other place in America. That's really low. And so everyone on the cruise has to be vaccinated. And if they do, they test all the time. And if you do test positive they quarantine you. So it might be safer, we're going, we still are doing our twit crews, our podcast crews for all our listeners to Alaska in July. I'm thinking maybe by then everything will be a little more better. Even if it's not, people are managing it. And honestly, I have friends right now on cruise ships right now. We were supposed to go on a cruise Lisa 9 about three weeks, but it started in Hong Kong. You can't get into Hong Kong. You can't and if you do, I was just reading a story this morning about if you test positive in Hong Kong. You have to go to the hospital and you stay there, even if you keep testing even if you showed no symptoms. Yeah. There's a three week quarantine for foreigners coming into the country. That's why they canceled that cruise. I'm sure. But there are still a lot of countries open. We have good friends. Michael, and his wife are going to carnival in Venice next month. If you can get some deals right now, by the way, I was just looking Hawaii. One 99 round trip from the West Coast from now until the mid of mid march and then only goes up to like two 38 rounds. I guess it depends on your tolerance for risk and I think a lot of people are obviously traveling, taking advantage of this. And then some of us like you and me staying at home, but everybody get to choose what they want to do. If you don't have little kids and you're healthy, I would be traveling right now, but I can't take a chance with little kids. But because of this, last year is one of the last year's hottest travel trends was trip stacking. What's that? You might have talked about this. Trip stacking is when you have you want to go to your dream vacation. Let's say you want to go to Europe. But because you never know what's going to happen with COVID. I mean, these days, entry requirements for countries just change on a dime. I mean, you really have to keep checking all the time. So what you do is you have a backup plan, so you have a backup trip. So in case Europe is not going to work out a few days before you cancel that trip and you do your backup, which might be Florida or Hawaii or California something. That's not so not so difficult to get into those places. They're not so risky. And this way, you don't lose your vacation. You don't have to stay home. And if you travel adviser and they book you refundable fares in hotels, there won't be any problems, or you can just wait till last minute and then just start booking at least for your hotels. I would wait, but I would book your flights in advance. When you do book your flights in advance, make sure you're booking on a U.S..

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"38 round" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

07:28 min | 5 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Again, now that you guys know she's not from Virginia. She's not even from Northern Virginia. No, she's a little bit farther north than there, but look, Sheryl, what an amazing story again. You know, you just think about it. Shot through the jaw through her temporomandibular joint, you know, the TMJ. You know, with a three 5th, I mean, well, it was a 38 round. Fortunately, the guy didn't have a three 57 load. But I mean, but just, you know, and the other thing too is you feel bad too because the guy should have been charged with attempted capital murder. Instead, it was malicious wounding and I get it that you know they've got them on the other homicides, but it goes back to. I'm still so concerned about what we're doing with this it's almost like catch and release in prison. It's like you've got people that are going away that have killed people. I mean, this guy killed three people wounded two police officers and vicious ways. And yet he still gets a parole hearing. Why don't you give somebody a parole hearing who is that violent and that dangerous? I get it. It's geriatric parole. I'm sorry. No, sorry. There are some people who should never, ever see freedom again, and this is one of those guys. Absolutely. Ask his girlfriend's family if they think he should get out. You know, he killed her just because he was mad about something. He's mad at somebody else. He's not the police. Not the world. You know, but the worst part about this is, and I think we touched on this a little bit about the Virginia parole board. Putting Sheryl in this position on a regular basis to have to come in and explain her entire ordeal again, the trauma. She has to relive that trauma. Every time she goes before the parole board, to try to keep this piece of shit in jail where he belongs. You know, he killed three people. None of them were police officers. One of them was his best friend, holy cow. I'd hate to be friends with that guy. Dude, yeah, man, it's any small slight in this guy's whack and you know, but it's just, again, this is one of those discussions. I think we'll have to do a random surprise episode on this for a Patreon. If you guys want to hear it, I think what we ought to do is really talk about what are some of the key issues with parole, because what I mean, here's a word I want to change. Everybody talks about reform. I want to talk about improvement. There's criminal justice improvement. There's improvements we can make in the court. There's improvements we can make in policing. We have improved policing over time. You know what we used to do with mentally ill people, 25, 30 years ago, it's nothing like what we do with them now and the treatment they get in the services they get, you know, the way she attacks even things like prostitution, no longer is the sex worker as the person providing the services, the suspect, they're actually many times they're the victim. They're being trafficked by other people. So, I mean, we have come we have improved our way of looking at things. So I think we need improvement, rather reform sounds like, well, let's we've got a reform this because it's bad. No, guys, we still got the best justice system in the entire world. Absolutely. Absolutely. If you don't believe a go to a third world country, just stick around for a while. You'll be anxious to get back to the terrible United States that you'd like to complain about so much. But you know what we're taking away from Sheryl story here. She is. She's a freaking hero. She's still. She said trooper. Trooper, you had identified trooper with being heroic and fierce and the warrior mindset. Thank you, Steve. I will wash my mouth out with lie after we finish this recording. I promise. But I mean, Cheryl, your hero lady and our eyes proud to call you a colleague, a sister and a friend. So thank you very much for being on the show. And thank you once again for a living your story. I mean, I know I would certainly think that's got to be a traumatic experience. But, you know, these people we bring on, they don't hesitate. They lay it all out there, and that's the cool thing for about game of crimes is our listeners here from the people who actually endured and went through the investigations and the crimes committed against them. It's not us telling their story. You hear it from the horse's mouth. And it's not us telling a story about which something we have no connection to. When we bring these people on, we have a connection to them either because we know them directly or we know somebody who knows them directly. I mean, we're all separated by 1° of separation at the max 2° on a lot of this stuff. So that's what makes it great. But you know what else makes it great Murph? What's that? When people hit on over to Apple podcast and give us 5 stars, especially for episodes like this. The other thing too, I wanted to say, and thank you guys for the support on Claudia's episode. I have banished the company that we were trying to use, the new platform we're trying to use the audio sucked on that. I just tell you that right up front, apologize for that. It will never, ever happen again. And that's why I want you to give us 5 stars because we will readily come on and admit our faults, I will tell you everything that wrong with Steve and why he needs to correct it. He's a very short conversation. Well, there's some other things that are very short too, but we will mention those. Yeah. Depends on where it's at. So let's go to head on over to Apple podcast, hit those 5 stars, give us that rating. We're working hard every week to earn that by bringing a new stories. You I guarantee you you did not get anywhere else. Head on over to the crimes podcast dot com for more information about the shows when we have pictures and stuff. That's where we put it for the episodes. We're constantly updating it. Make sure you follow us on social media at game of crimes on Twitter at game of crimes podcast on Facebook and the Instagram. PayPal just use our email game of crimes podcast at Gmail dot com or PayPal me slash game of crimes, whatever it makes it easier. But again, you gotta head on over to Patreon. We're gonna have so much fun on December 22nd at 8 p.m. eastern in the year of our lord 2021 KDA dominate dominance direct to him. Don't you guys be listening to this three months from now and going, hey, where's the live stream? We clearly said it's December 22nd, 2021. And we'll probably do this again. We'll have some stuff like this. We want you guys to see the kind of fun we do, but the kind of preparation we do. But we're going to have fun. Patreon dot com slash game of crimes. We have so much content coming out over there. We've got our Q&A from just this last for this month. We just released on the tenth, some really good questions. We have got some people who and really, you know, you think, you know, don't you get the same questions each time? No, I'm telling you each time. Somebody's got a different take, you know, what about this? You've got head on over to do that. And just make sure that you sign up for it because there's no other way to hear the extra special stuff we do for you unless you go to Patreon dot com slash game of crimes. Yeah, there you go. Come and join us and we're going to live stream on Facebook, so come on over there. December 22nd, 8 p.m. Eastern Time. That's 7% 7 7%. 7% central 6% mountain 5% California kiss California is always weak stuff out there. But if you want, if you want the full boat, if you want the full beverage, the 7%, 8% ABV. That's 8 p.m. eastern on December 22nd. 2021, we will be doing a live stream at Facebook dot com slash game of crimes podcast. You guys don't you just go over to the page. You don't even have to we hope you like it. We hope to join Patreon, but it's free to watch and we'll be having fun. A couple surprises for you. So until then, right, Murph, get ready for Christmas, right? We're getting ready. This is our Christmas gift to everybody. All right. So thank you guys. Once again for playing the biggest baddest, most dangerous game of all, the game of crimes..

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"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:44 min | 9 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

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"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"It's all day difference than difference in recoil and velocity to make a difference in your elevation. And, uh so yeah, this is what this gun you shoot whatever load you want out of it. And adjusted. It will be hitting where you needed to. Now I know there are people right now They're going on your website going. I'm not seeing any 10 millimeter ammo with black hills. That's because you've never made 10 millimeter ammo before. Have you Well, we actually did when it when it first came out. We were when the FBI was pushing that as the new deal. Of course, everybody had to load it. And we did, and then it kind of died out and we you know, there's you gotta prioritize what you're going to make. We only make so much, Amalie so you want to make the most popular stuff? So we dropped it from the catalog. But now you don't things things turn around and tennis again becoming popular and we still had all the all the tooling and we knew how to do it. So when you asked Forced to do it. We said, Yeah, Matter of fact, we've still got some. Some still got some cases. We've continued doing it as a test fire ammo for some of the gun companies. So okay, force that tool up and do it. We just hadn't been in the catalog for probably close to 20 years. 20 years. So you're using my right You're using the horn of the X tp 180 grand bullet. Yep, that that is a just a great bullet. It It, uh, re changes. It opens up very reliably. Retains its weight penetrates deep. That was that was what we had on hand and the reason we had it on hand was we knew those were good bullets. Hmm. What would you use this load for? What would it be good for? I think it worked great for hunting. You know, even if you wanted to hunt deer with it, and of course, People are about the same size as a big mule deer. I think you'd be a great load for defensive purposes long as the guy trains with it, and as comfortable carrying it that way, I thought, I think, make a fine defensive end hunting pistols. I agree. And frankly, I think it would be fine. Uh, when you're out in the woods, if you in the South if you could run into a hog or another place where you might run into a bear I think a 10 millimeter would work. It's not a 44 Magnum. We're not even pretending that it is, but for a gun that you could carry comfortably. I think it's a pretty good compromise The 10 Yeah, it's it's every bit, uh, replacement for a 3 57. When you look at the the bullet weight and the velocity Plus you've got more rounds in a traditional six shot You got eight plus one here, Uh and it's certainly reliable enough. I'd I would not be a bit afraid of carrying this for defense against two legs at all, for like critters. By the way we had comes with 38 round magazines and I've checked there are aftermath. MARKET MAGS WILSON Combat Actually has a nine round Meg that you could get so you could have nine plus one if you opted to get some aftermarket bags, But you're good to go right off the bat because you've got three mags in which I was pretty happy that they were able to do that..

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"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:19 min | 9 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Of them, almost all of them. It's very rare. You get when you go and okay. In going to just getting better and better making better guns. And I think the lead time from idea to production has been reduced. With all the cad drawing programs and everything else and being able crank about of CNC. So with all these new guns, why in the world Would I? Tom Gresham, your host. Decide for the gun that I want to create for the new GT 25 the gun talk gun. Go with a design. That's 115 years old. Why would I go with the 1911? Well, it's one of those deals that If you get it, you get it If you shot him, you understand? There's just something I don't know. Special, magical Shoot herbal about them. Not for everybody, not for every use. I get that. But I love the slim design and we put the slim grip panels on this to make it even slimmer. Expected out with 10 millimeter. Wanted more power. You get eight rounds plus one. It comes with +38 round magazines. So you got nine. I was gay one or two extra mags with me. In mag pouches on my belt. Um You know what it is? Honestly. Mostly, it's the trigger. Everybody who shot one goes. It's funny out freedom. I was shooting one yesterday was shooting the GT 25, he said. Well, that's a hair trigger. No, it's not a hair trigger. It's a good trigger. If you're used to spongy Triggers on the plastic fantastic pistols. And you shoot are good. Adjusted. Customize, which is was 1911 turkey go? Whoa! That's like, yes, it is entirely controllable. There's a technique to it. Let me talk about that for a second. If you happen to shoot either this one or another one. Something like that. Um You don't just blender your finger into the trigger guard. You touch The trigger a light touch, and now you are in contact with it and can manipulate and in 1911 trigger does not pivot swing slide straight back and forth, which is one of the beauties of it. You disturb the sites less It's a great trigger, but you make contact with The trigger with your trigger finger. First You know, jam your finger into the sugar guard and then yank. And I Yeah, right. I hesitate to put it this way because people say it almost sounds condescending. But if you don't have any experience with one You don't really understand what it is. How to use it and how to get the most out of it. And I guess that's the last part of it is how do you get the most out of it? What you have is a trigger designed well, maybe not designed this way, but the factors that when it's adjusted well Basically you got custom trigger job which all of these have With really good upgraded internal parts. If so controllable that you can fire the gun. With almost no sideways movement. So that you don't disturb your sites at all. What you get used to it really good. 1911. It's pretty easy to put all your shots within an answer two of each other out at 79 15 yards. It gets and we were shooting 10 millimeter load yesterday. And you know the, uh, USPS a a rib, six style cardboard targets. They've got that the eye box. Think of something about the size of I'm just guessing that three by five Index card something like that. Late horizontal. And put all your shots into that at 10 yards, just picking the distance. It's easy. Once you get used to it if you go Oh, Just get the sites on there and press the trigger. Now, one of the things we didn't do and we need to play with that is it does have an adjustable the GT 25 does have an adjustable rear sight. Um, adjustable for elevation. With a screw a set announced this group, but it's a regular adjustments group that does have a set screw. You can adjust for windage by drifting the rear sight left and right. Why did I spec it that way? Here's my thinking on that. Is once you get your windage and for you for that gun That's locked in. I mean, you're not going to be shooting in a big win, and I have a just that's just done. But elevations are different deal and we have a lot of different kinds of ammo. Available in 10 millimeter Pretty light. I mean, some that's down and basically duplicated the 40 Smith and Wesson. Or as people like to call this Had is unfair. The forties shortened wimpy. That's not fair. It's actually good cartridge. Uh, but it's lower velocity. And then you've got some Hawkin loads, big heavy loads or fast loads. Um people like Buffalo bore loading some heavy loads at pretty hefty pressures. And velocities. And you need to be able to dial your elevation in For whatever load you're using. Literally easy with this. You just take your whole screwdriver and adjust the elevation on your rear sight up or down piece of cake. That was my thinking behind that is windage. You're not gonna be adjusting. Once you get it set elevation, You may adjust back and forth for different loads. And you may When you can find em. Oh, you're going to try different load different types because there's Such a variety. Everything from little practice loads to really good defensive loads to bear loads, really,.

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"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:50 min | 9 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Think you bring out a brand new gun That's designed the 115 years old. Well, because it's it was that good? JMB knew what he was doing. John Moses Browning we're talking about. We're visiting with Jason Klausner from lips. He's talking about the brand new Gun talk gun GT 25 Jason, we bring these out, We said we had a GT 10 to 20. And this one was the GT 25 to celebrate 25 years on the air of gun talk radio. But that was Last year, wasn't it? Yeah, we got them to look curveball there. Yeah, with this thing has been like, two years in the works because we were ready to go last spring, man. We were rock and roll and this thing was going to go. I had my prototype GT 25. I've been so I've been carrying this gun for a year now. And then along about I don't know. April we started getting indications that could be an issue. And then by, you know, may it's like, Yeah, with Covid. We can't do this and we had You know, everybody in the world wanted to buy every gun that was possibly made. And so this thing has been on hold for close to say, 14 15 months now. Yes, well into. You also buy since we had to source some aftermarket parts for this gun. It wasn't just, um, stuff. They were also kind of hamstrung by some of that as well. Good point because we're getting like Going off market and get the best stuff we can get for this thing. We got extended magazine release on here. Forge, Uh, slide stop and integral plunger tube. We even have check ring or stippling. On the recoil spring cap. That's I mean, there's just so many little details on this. Oh, and also it's a special serial number run all the serial numbers start with GT. For gun talk and smart that way on the slide. You gotta G d a gun talk on one side of the right side of sliding on the other side. It says Ruger Custom shop. You might talk about the packaging because I just think they did a fabulous job with us. Oh, they did. Each gun comes and waterproof lockable case. Uh, they come with 38 round magazines, which is nice. You know, people don't have 10 millimeter 19 leatherbacks. Uh, it comes with a challenge Coin and some really nice certificate in there and everything. Rigor really does a nice job with their packaging on the on the custom shotguns, and it didn't no exception on this gun to I'll tell you, another teacher. I really love is the serrations on the top of the slide. As such a classy move and on the on that gun and Ruger did a An angled cut on the slide and the front that they it's kind of a kind of a 45 degree cut that they've never. They've never done on the gun before. I've never seen one of the 1911 like that, and it really just looks good and it's it looks racy and But it looks still keeps a traditions of the 1911 alive. They just they. They really did a nice job on this gun. It's kind of a communist and the grip panels. Those who haven't looked yet They're kind of a bright blue and we expect that out. So you've got an all black gun. Because I wanted to be a serious gun. That's a gun fighting gun, but it's also kind of a combination of a working gun and a barbecue gun and a gorgeous gun. I mean, you could certainly shoot targets with it. Uh, but I've been carrying this for quite a while. This is my bear gun, My hog gun. It's like whatever the predator is to Ligonier Fort leg at. I think I'm up to the challenge with this one. Absolutely, And you know, we're seeing that trend across, uh, the market anyways on guys going up to 10 millimeters pistols for for field guns over, traditionally maybe a 44 magnum revolvers and stuff like that, because I think it's for a couple reasons. One. I think A lot of guys are just more comfortable with autos because that's what they this legs generation that's really all they've grown up and shot with. So Think of the comfort level there with autos. But secondly, there's just been also a mindset that it's better to have eight or nine, You know, 10 millimeter round that you can actually hit something with And as long as the only way you're going to stop a bear or something like that, anyway, the central nervous system hit so as long as that bullet can penetrate his skull. It really have 9 10 millimeters than five or 6 44 magnums. And, um, um, So these guns I think are just going to really resonate with these guys who were looking for something that they can't go in the back country with But also carried around town. Yeah, I know. People say what's going to cost? I keep forgetting to say that 16 99 6 $1699 for this gun with three MAGS The You know the great looking package the case the whole deal, Which actually, I think compares favorably with what if you went to some of the high end well known custom, folks, this would be a 25 100 to $3000 pistol. Oh, yeah, This is It's a great value. Um, when you look at the parts and the fit and finished I mean, these I mean, they hand fitted the lugs and the barrel. It's a match grade barrel fitted bushing and the target ground. I mean, no, no. We went from the very end of the barrel back to the back of the grip and just went through every piece of it, and they made sure that everything that somebody would expect for a custom gun was done to it. So, yes, you can buy with confidence that this gun is built correctly and the value that you're going to get. Plus, it's unique configuration. There's really not a lot of 10 millimeters commanders out there just about stuff that I'm seeing as all five inch guns. Exactly. And Oh, yeah, By the way, we have arranged special run of ammo for Black Hills. Ambo never made 10. We've got some mammalian from them. Anybody who buys one of these is going to be eligible to buy three boxes. Really Nice am oh, from black Hills will have that It will have actually have Jeff Hoffman on for black Hills and little bit later talking about that, but I shot it. It's spectacularly accurate and it's also Using the really good hardy X dp bullets in there, So it's good stuff, Jason. Wanna thank you for all your help in this thing, man this thank you so much for this project. This is terrific. It's been fun working on it with you. I mean, it's refreshing to for somebody who wants to do a commemorative stock gun. But do that gun that you're actually going to use and carry and have functioned? Not just not just something to stick on the wall and presentation case this This is my kind of project, which is was very happy to, uh, to work with you guys. You guys have always been great, and I'm excited about it. Appreciate it. It's our beautiful girl. That's first thing. Everybody says they go. Wow, That thing is gorgeous. And they shoot and go. Wow, This thing shoots great, so just a terrific package. It really is. Get the answer that I show mine around Now. That's right. That's right. We don't have to keep a secret anymore because we've been holding onto this for a while again, Jason. Thanks thanks to the whole crew there and the folks and lips. These are always great. You've got a time. Thank you, man. All right, You take care..

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"38 round" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"38 round" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's cool. You know, Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska this time of year. I mean, you can just the humidity is just going to be awful, too. But I'm going to ask you because so many you know the drafts coming up and so many kids are going to have the decision that you probably had, and others had, which is you know, you went to Saint Francis. And then you went to U. C L. A You go pro. Do you go to college? Crystallize that that decision for us as far as how you see it, because there's lots of kids who are going to get drafted out of high school and they may go in the first couple of rounds and get a good bonus or they may not. But That argument is like, hey, if you want to be a pro baseball player, you ought to start, you know, being a pro baseball player early versus the value of the whole college experience and the college development. How hard of a decision is that for guys? Well, Larry, I think you've got to ask yourself. You know, a few different questions. Like what? You know. What do you want to what do you want to do? Right? Like like, What are we trying to accomplish? Here is the goal to be Major League baseball player, and that's the end all be all and I'm going to you know, I want to start this process ASAP. Then then, even if you do Answer that question. And the answer is yes. Then. You have to ask yourself. What's the best route to get there? And I realized that anyone would tell you, Bo. Hey, it's center pro ball in this map, Whatever. But You know what you entered professional baseball. The cost starts. And there's a certain amount of time that you're going to have. And so when you go there and you sign a special contract, you better be ready. You better be ready to play. And I could I could tell you that Look at 18 years old coming out of ST Francis, a 38 round draft pick by the Dodgers. Was I ready to go to? I think it's great falls, Montana it and start this journey. Um, to play professional? I don't know. I think I want to figure it out. I think I would be fine. But I also had a vision of part of the process, including college and going to college for at least three years, if not four years. So then, three years later. Was drafted in the fourth round by the Houston Astros. And then at that point, I had a difficult decision to make because They had signed Landsberg been with their first pick, and they didn't think Lance Berkman is going to follow on. So they Astros basically wasted all their money short changed everyone after that. They didn't sign their 2nd 3rd or fourth round pick. It's got to be one of the only teams in the history of baseball to ever do that. And so I went back to UCLA. And you know, when I made that decision, it was. I think I was. I was a lot. Um Say headier in a way where it's like, look. If I believe in my ability I do. I do believe my ability to run the question. Uh, I knew I could play in the big reach, but I also said Look, if I go play one more year. U C l A. All I'm doing is skipping out on a euro minor leagues where another year in the pack is just as good in the minor leagues. But I also knew that when I signed the clock was going to be able is going to be chicken and I was going to have a two year window to figure it out. And it didn't mean I had to get the big we went in two years. I definitely had to be on the knocking on the door of the big least. And it literally was exactly like two years from what I'd signed where I made my major league debut and It's uh but it's look everyone's different. Um, you know, I don't I think now I look at it more as like a father. Right? Where? What? What if what would you tell your kids What if your kid had a scholarship to one of these big time Smalls, Vanderbilt or Stanford or UC LA and they could go get a great education and they go play college baseball for 34 years. And what if they happen to be a really high round draft pick and you have this opportunity to go play professional baseball? Ultimately, I think it's a kid that has to make that decision and I talk it Jack lighter, for example. Jack. Later I met when he was 11 years old. And Jack lighter. I was working without MLB is where I first started there. So I followed his progress and progress and progress and progress. Old son. He's 18 years old, and he's coming out as well. The top pitching prospects in the country work I'm doing scouting reports on Jack Wider saying like this dude might be A top 10 pick. And he actually slaughtered more in that 10 to 20 range of where he actually would have ended up. I think we had like 18 or so that's remembered being like late teens and I talked. I talked out now how signed out of high school and then went on to pitch 20 years in the big leagues and his More than financially taking care of for the rest of his life. He's made some really good investments along the way as well. So money is not an issue right. It was zero issue for Jack Euro issue for Al Um And I said it doesn't matter who drafts him. I don't care if he goes number one. Overall, he's going to college. And it was like really like is that are you that passionate about? He said. Yep. He's like I am And sure enough, Jack wider with the college and his freshman year through no hitter, and now we're looking at at Jack. Potentially being the number one pick in the draft, uh, coming up and he's developed into one of the best pitchers ever in college baseball. He's he's really that good. So I just you know that's that's else perspective..

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