35 Burst results for "61"

The Difference Between Policing & Federal Agent Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 d ago

The Difference Between Policing & Federal Agent Work

"I was a federal agent and a local police officer who cares Why does that matter It matters because what I'm about to tell you will sum up the difference between policing and federal agent work It's not the same thing When you're a police officer your cases are worked backwards Unless you're saying a detective on a task force or something When you're a cop you're patrolling around the 7 5 precinct where I worked in an RMP radio motor patrol a car And you see a guy beating up a woman on the corner you say Tony go over there put the lights or air you go you grab the guy maybe it is a foot pursuit you lock him up Folks you've never met this guy in your life The only reason you're meeting him now is because you saw him hitting a woman in the middle of the street This happened that things like this happened to me I'm telling you I'm not using names or but these things happen You just met this guy You were not investigating him The reason you came to your attention is because he committed a crime in front of you What do you do then You take him to the precinct you get a corroborating statement from the woman you go out you do an investigation if you can you get other family members to give you some sworn statements you fill out at the time he's called 61s complaint reports and then if the case requires further investigation you send it upstairs to a detective But what I mean is the cases work backwards You may contact with the bad guy commits a crime in front of you The case has to be worked backwards right That's not the way cases work when you're a federal agent Like I was in the FBI It's the same job category Different agencies same job category GS 1811 That's where the G man thing comes from It's a government schedule a payment How are you going to get paid You worked the cases forward

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'Disturbing': Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

'Disturbing': Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws

"Experts see Canada's euthanasia laws as a threat to the disabled Alan Nichols had a history of depression and other medical issues but none were life threatening The 61 year old Canadian was hospitalized in 2019 over fears he might be suicidal He felt that he was more of a nuisance to the staff there and that he was just easier just to go And not be a bother to anybody His daughter Aaron Smith says within a month nickel submitted a request to be euthanized and he was killed Only one health condition was listed as a reason for his request to die hearing loss Canada arguably has the world's most permissive euthanasia rules Family physician DACA Ramona coelho says death is being offered as a way out The system is being applied so liberally and so easily in such a short time period that people are dying who would have recovered with greater care and resources to live Canada is set to expand euthanasia access next year I'm Ed Donahue

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Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

"Fast rising Korean star giulian Kim has posted a dramatic 5 shot win at the Wyndham championship the 20 year old becoming the youngest winner on tour since a 19 year old Jordan Spieth in 2013 I still have so much talk I want to accomplish and this is just to tell me much when we bought the car we just need to drive it So hopefully I just keep pushing that pedal Kim who began the championship with a first hole quadruple bogey 8 on day one closed with a standing 61 to finish a 20 under for the tournament I'm Graham agar's

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Karine Jean-Pierre Celebrates the Slight Drop in Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Karine Jean-Pierre Celebrates the Slight Drop in Gas Prices

"We went out of here talking about the recession, the state of the economy. Do you know now 61, according to the experts, 61% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. 61%. Talk about fiddling while Rome burns. Yesterday, Jean Pierre bragging karine Jean Pierre bragging about how Joe Biden is now rescuing the economy. Now, you got to hear this. This is astounding. Gas prices are coming down a little bit. Not a lot. A little bit. Check this out. An update on where we are currently with gas prices. We have now been falling for almost 7 straight weeks. As of this morning, gas prices have dropped 81 cents per gallon since their peak and June, as you'll see from the chart to my left here. That means American families who, with two cars, are saving $80 a month, a drivers can now find gas for three 9 $9 or less around half of all gas stations across the country and average gasoline prices have come below 3.99 in 19 states. Plumes war is still putting pressure on global oil supply, but President Biden is taking historic action to mitigate its impacts it's the same shell game they did with the job they're doing with the jobs numbers. You shut the country down and millions and millions of people don't work and when they rejoin the workforce because the country is finally opened again, you take credit for the job growth.

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Breitbart: More People Want Trump Than Biden to Run for President

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:08 min | Last month

Breitbart: More People Want Trump Than Biden to Run for President

"So breitbart's got an interesting piece up. More people, more people want former president Trump to run in 2024 than what Joe Biden to run for reelection. This is coming from the Politico morning consult survey. And they were asked, hey, should Donald Trump run for president in 2024, 35% said he should either definitely or probably run. According to this poll, 61% say he should either definitely or probably not run. But the number we're focused on is the 35% who say that he should run for reelection. That's interesting because only 18% only 18% want Biden to run. Again, that's Republicans and Democrats. And that tells us that the support Biden has is gone. There's none, just none. The entire party has abandoned him. We're talking about historic historic low numbers.

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US inflation surges again in June, raising risks for economy

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

US inflation surges again in June, raising risks for economy

"Inflation has hit a new four decade high And the bid do tame it could drop the economy into a recession Boy you know I have not heard a 9 something inflation rate for a very long time But Crescent capitals Jack aberlin says it's here 9.1% The biggest yearly hike since 1981 The increases are in nearly every corner of life grocery price is up 12.2% the most since 1979 Airline tickets up 34% unleaded gas prices have risen 61% over the past year We just don't know where the end of inflation really is And Avalon says the Federal Reserve will have to keep aggressively boosting interest rates to slow inflation which in turn boosts the chances of a recession Washington

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MYC Bodega Worker Tried to Defuse Situation Before Stabbing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:07 min | Last month

MYC Bodega Worker Tried to Defuse Situation Before Stabbing

"That a New York City bodega worker charged with murder. $250,000 bond for defending his life against the man attacking him. He tried to calm an angry customer when the, when the when he ended up stabbing to death in self defense, when the man came behind the counter and attacked him, Jose Alba, 61 was freed from jail last week after his bail was allowed, following a public outcry. All but as charged with second degree murder after fatally stabbing 37 year old career criminal Austin Simon. Video obtained by the New York Post reveals the bodega worker post it does a lot of good work. A shout out to the New York Post. Was trying to avoid confrontation with Simon in the minutes leading up to the July 1st stabbing. Papa, I don't want a problem, papa. All calmly tells Simon. As the man angrily storms into the Hamilton heights bodega and walks around the counter to confront the clerk. Simon charged into the blue moon convenience store, minutes after his girlfriend tried to buy a bag of chips for her daughter, but her benefits card was declined. The woman who claimed all but snatched the bag of chips from the child is heard on the video asking Alba that you put food, all but responds that he'll try her card, another time. No words that you did you put in its four food because the card doesn't allow for you to buy a watch. Okay, did you put food? Okay, mama, let me do it another time. My God, he says to her, as she insists, there's money on there. But he scans the card multiple times and hands it back to her, telling her it's not working. By

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster the New York Yankees just keep winning They scored early and often in their 12 5 victory Friday night at Boston and that 61 wins for The Bronx bombers Elsewhere American League Baltimore wanted 6th in a row rallying by the angels 5 to four with the other AL winners Texas Kansas City Detroit and Houston Over in the national league Michael Harris had four hits and four RBIs is Atlanta Cruz by Washington 12 to two Josh hader recorded save number 26 in Milwaukee's four three win over Pittsburgh with the other NL winners Miami Philadelphia Colorado San Diego and the Dodgers Off the field the all star starters were announced some highlights Mike Trout will be in his tenth game while Shohei Ohtani will start as the American League's DH and over in the national league Paul Goldschmidt will be in his 8th classic Pro basketball Damian Lillard will be staying with the Portland Trail Blazers agreeing to a two year extension worth $122 million antennas Novak Djokovic is into the finals at Wimbledon I'm David Shuster AP sports

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NYC Bodega Owner Arrested for Self-Defense Stabbing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:10 min | Last month

NYC Bodega Owner Arrested for Self-Defense Stabbing

"61 year old, Hispanic immigrant, Dominican Republic, working very hard to make a living. A woman trying to steal a potato chips. Running a bodega is not what we would call rich. Told them to put them back. She called her boyfriend. Who then attacked him, tried to beat him up. It's all on video. And the bodega owner, 61 year old Dominican immigrant, stay up the man to death. He was then arrested by New York City police. Bailed $250,000. People with rap sheets as long as a telephone directory. Have minimal pale, if any. This guy was put in Rikers Island prison.

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Cameron Tringale's Buffering Swing

Fore The People

00:48 sec | Last month

Cameron Tringale's Buffering Swing

"I was going to comment on a video they did of Cameron tringale swing, well, you should 61 and they don't show any of his swings on social media. So it goes without saying. They show a couple random putts and then a picture of a scorecard, but I was going to, I was going to say on Twitter, a perfect way to describe his swing is like when Netflix is like buffered at like 84%. That's Cameron triangular swing. Have you ever seen it? It's like, it looks pretty good. And then you just saw it straight off. Like right at the hip like going through. I think he's a full Netflix buffering at 84% situation. But the guy's played. I mean, a 100% he's a good player. I mean, you know, he has, he's made more money than I was playing golf. I mean, shit, this is the dude's like 30. I forgot what they said, like 35. So he keeps his tour card every single

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AP sources: Williamson agrees to 5-year, $193M extension

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

AP sources: Williamson agrees to 5-year, $193M extension

"The pelicans are going all in on Zion Williamson Two people familiar with the decision say the oft injured forward has agreed to a 5 year $193 million extension One healthy Williamson demonstrates all star talent The first player taken in the 2019 draft is averaging 25.7 points and 7 rebounds in 85 games shooting over 60% but he's never played more than 61 games in the season and missed all of this past season with a foot injury The contract could be a huge boost for a team that advanced to the postseason last spring out of the play in round I'm Dave

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Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar

"Rock legend Randy bachman's long searches over for a cherished guitar Batman's orange 1957 gretch 61 20 Chet Atkins was stolen from a Toronto hotel in 1977 This guitar was magical It was my tool my hammer to make songs and make music Bachmann ended up buying about 300 guitars and unsuccessful attempts to replace it In 2020 a Canadian fan who heard the story of the guitar launched an Internet search and successfully located it in Tokyo the 78 year old bachmann has his guitar back Well when I was playing it in the first song it was very strange to look down and see it The reunion happened during a concert in Tokyo There's something special about this one It is the one So it's just fantastic The guitar belonged to Japanese musician takeshi who agreed to give it to bachmann in exchange for a guitar that was very similar I'm Ed

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Verlander pitches Astros to 3-1 win, ends Yanks' home streak

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Verlander pitches Astros to 3-1 win, ends Yanks' home streak

"The Astros bounced back from their stinging loss to the Yankees on Thursday by beating New York three to one Kyle Tucker threw in Homer of Luis severino in the 6th inning broke up a scoreless tie and gave Houston all the resident needed for the victory Justin Verlander made Tucker's home run stand up by holding the Yankees to just one run on Shan Carlos Stanton's Homer and four hits with only one walk to win his league leading 9th game of the season Last time I was tough loss So obviously after a tough loss you want to be able to bounce back and be the stopper and help the team get a win So I was happy to be able to do that Phil maitan and Rafael Montero wrapped it up for Verlander and the Astros The law snapped a 15 game Yankee winning streak at home Their longest such streak in 61 years Time area in New York

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Gordon Chang on the Rapid Decline of US-China Relations

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Gordon Chang on the Rapid Decline of US-China Relations

"Give us the update from the anchorage summit to today, have things improved with regards to U.S. Sino relations. Are they static? Have they gotten worse? Give us an update, Gordon. They've gotten much worse. And the reason is that the Chinese have become much more aggressive. From anchorage, which was March of last year, we have gotten a series of propaganda blasts from Beijing around the fall of Afghanistan in August, where they're very clear and they're very open about it. And over the last couple of weeks, we have heard the Chinese say things and we've heard the and we've seen the Chinese do things which show utter disrespect for the United States. So we're at a point where deterrence is broken down and this is exceedingly dangerous. Perhaps the most dangerous times in our lives. And you know, people will look back at the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 or the checkpoint Charlie crisis of 1961 and say those look more dangerous. And yes, they did. But we also know now from the archives that both Kennedy and khrushchev knew that they would never start a nuclear exchange. We don't know what Xi Jinping thinks about using his most destructive weapons. This, I think, is more dangerous than 61 and

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Deep Throat Turns 50: The Film That Made Porn Mainstream

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Deep Throat Turns 50: The Film That Made Porn Mainstream

"That brings me to the golden anniversary of sorts. This week, yesterday, made it 50 years since the porn movie deep throat premiered in New York. The very best porn movie ever made. That was without Goldstein, the publisher of screw magazine said about deep thrill. Basically, this is a film that ushered in mainstream porn, 50 years ago. It's only 61 minutes long. Came out June 2nd, 19 June 12th, 1972, not critical acclaim, but boy, were there lines around the block that was obscenity trials? There was even a brief porno chic movement and let's not forget they called the Watergate guy deep throat. The tipster. So this movie really had a big impression on our

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Country star Toby Keith reveals stomach cancer diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Country star Toby Keith reveals stomach cancer diagnosis

"A health crisis for a top country music star I ain't as good as I once was I got a few of you Toby Keith has stomach cancer a musician announcing on Twitter yesterday that he has been undergoing treatment for the disease since last fall he says in the past 6 months he has undergone surgery for the stomach cancer and it has been followed up with chemotherapy and radiation the Oklahoma native who turned 61 next month says right now so far so good but he says he does need time now to breathe recover and

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Curry scores 43 to beat Boston, Warriors tie NBA Finals 2-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Curry scores 43 to beat Boston, Warriors tie NBA Finals 2-2

"The Celtics couldn't build on a 5 point halftime lead as the warriors earned a one O 7 97 victory in Boston The Celtic shot just 40% were out rebounded 61 49 while Steph Curry towards them for 43 points on 7 of 14 from three point range despite an ankle injury Jason Tatum had a team high 23 points on a poor shooting night for Boston He was four for 8 from downtown but just four for 15 from inside the ark We obviously felt like we had put ourselves in a position to win the game and you know there's a lot of things that we wish we would have done differently Jalen Brown finished with 21 points and Marcus smart at it 18 for the Celtics gained 5 of the series as Monday in San Francisco I'm Dave

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Why Does Ray Epps Remain Uncharged in Capitol Riot?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Why Does Ray Epps Remain Uncharged in Capitol Riot?

"So listen to this tape here. Rey Epps is a Montage rate ups organized and told people to go into the capitol and they called him a fed. Play cut 69. Dutch speaking, we go to capital. The capital distraction. So he's saying we are going into the capitol, let's go into the capitol and people have been arrested for far less. So there are capital breach cases, incitement cases, seditious conspiracy cases, why hasn't ray up spin arrested? Why haven't we looked through his devices? Why isn't law enforcement in paneled a grand jury to go after him? Why is that? Do you know 861 people have been charged in the capitol breach 800 and 61? 861 people. Have been arrested. But ray apps the one that we have on camera, screaming and encouraging people to go in. Ray ups that far more to incite people into going into the capitol than any sort of evidence would show to what Donald Trump did. Why is it that this man walks free? Why is it that ray eps was informally asked to come in front of the committee? Why isn't he subpoenaed to go in front of the January 6th committee? What's going on

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"61" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"61 6 Event 63283616 year coming up. We got a little bit of good news. About In your case, Captain. You get a story about a cafe that had been closed by the government gang. And they came up with something to reopen. Yep. Ray knows. Bree knows how to make a maneuver and will share what their secret was coming up here in just a moment with you Tonight. It is Ian Nicholas Mountaineer. I'm the captain. Other bit of good news from Douglas County, Colorado. Pick Elissa some of your perhaps nearby year old stomping grounds. Dozens of students. Protested outside of Thunder Ridge High School in Highlands Ranch on Wednesday morning, and no, they were not protesting. To take a vaccine students. We're walking out of their classroom in protest of the Tri county health departments face mask mandates Good for them. So I mean, Wow, I was refreshed by this because we've seen so much propaganda. I wow with government school students being like, Oh, yeah, I love being masked. It's just great. There's stuff like that coming out of Australia, for instance. Oh, yeah. Give me that shot right now. You know, the kids are just loving this. But no not in Douglas County, Colorado, where the Tri County health voted earlier this week to require masks for all students, regardless of vaccination status. Monday's decision also prevents individual counties from opting out of public health orders. So Adam's Arapahoe in Douglas County cannot opt out. Some students say they've had enough, one student, said quote. This would be the third year of my high school that is compromised. I want a normal high school career. If you're scared, you can stay home, he said. These people agree with me. They hate masks, and I do too, said another student. So kudos that is heartwarming and refreshing to be better if they walked out of school and never came back, but still But I mean, it's you know, kids. Good news when they hit the rebellious age, you know, somewhere between 12 and 18, really, You know, that's when they start to discover themselves. They start to assert their personal power as a, uh, an individual. They start to realize. Oh, hey, I'm you know, the only one that's going to make a difference in my life directly and I have some power over that I'm going to, you know, sort of, you know, get away from my parents and build my own life. That's when they start to do that. So all the better for them to realize. That not only might their parents be like, sort of holding them back or keeping them down in some way, shape or form, but that there's this whole other institution or institutions known as government and public schools that are possibly doing the same thing. Well, and it's good to see actual rebellion because I mean it. I've just seen sad story after sad story about like every punk band on the planet going, you need to do what the institutions tell you to do. Fight the man except this man. There's there's bands that you would think. Would just be like, you know, Here's the middle finger. We're playing the show that have been like, you know, they're making announcements was like, Oh, well, you know, due to our you know, stance on the current issues in today's society, we decided that we're going to not play this. It's pathetic. Yeah, I remember when punk rock and metal sort of prided themselves on a sort of testosterone driven fury about like, No, we won't do. I can tell us back in the day Dee Snider went in front of Congress to basically tell them to, you know, suck it. Because of their little sticker on the CD and how the roles have been reversed. You know that we're not going to take it That was the big, rebellious anthem of the mid eighties and that kind of thing, But now decent haters like you better mashed up. Yes, he is because he's a pussy. Two masks. Three masks, extra boosters, daily pills, You know, since you brought up the music aspect, I did have the story about Eric Clapton. Did you hear about his new protest song? I did. I am Heartworms. I knew that he was doing one. But what about it? It's come out. The song is called. This has got to stop. I saw that passed my feet. I haven't heard it. Have not heard. I heard an excerpt from it. I'm not actually taking the time to play the full thing. The guardian dot com has the story about it. Eric Clapton, staunch critic of measures designed to tackle the covid pandemic, has released a song entitled This has Got to Stop While the song does not directly mentioned lockdown measures or vaccines. The musician has performed on anti vaccine songs in recent months. I think they mean commented, and is it gotta G o t t A or is that this has got to stop G O T T a gotta. His latest offering has been interpreted by some as an attack on the measures recommended by health officials. Captain sings quote. I can't take this BS any longer. It's gone far enough. You want to claim my soul. You'll have to come and break down this door, he said. Wow, an attack on obeying officials. That's never happened in rock before, Clapton said further in the lyrics, quote. I knew that something was going on wrong. When you started laying down the law can't move my hands. I can't break out or I break out in a sweat. Well, you know, people like to use this sort of language as if you should be listening to them. Oh, they are health officials. But let us not forget that in both Stalin's Russia and Hitler's Germany, it was officials who asked you for your papers. It was officials that set you off to the death camps. Clapton previously talked about his negative reaction he had to the vaccine he had received. According to Rolling Stone, he said, quote I took the first job of the AstraZeneca and straightaway had severe reactions which lasted 10 days. The reactions to the second dose were disastrous. My hands and feet were either frozen, numb or burning and pretty much useless for two weeks, I feared I would never play again. Clapton and Van Morrison Beige. A cooperator collaborated on a song that was sort of rebellious for the Times of now, And then Van Morrison himself did like an E P. All of songs that were against the lockdown and that kind of thing, so as far as rock and roll is concerned, I have not seen a plethora or really even a smidgen..

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"61" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

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"61" Discussed on Flash Fantasy: Rift Walkers

Flash Fantasy: Rift Walkers

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on Flash Fantasy: Rift Walkers

"Are you the in a position to meet you. Barely twenty more words. It takes a minute but you receive one word response which you recognize as kindling and it is who dano it literally translates to the mother city but it's the capital of elkin society then as she is in the capital the capital of what of zik inlands. And who's in the capital luna. Sorry you not know her. She's a blonde girl doesn't none of us know maybe Relentea could perhaps explain the importance. Better than i. I saw in a vision. One time you get used to it. It's a bit Strange to travel with us. I would tend to agree in. Perhaps my memory is just a bit spotty but who is this again. And then kill me as looks at ra- land do and orlando let's out a medium size and don't do it a medium size short. Do you remember a dear friend. Magister morgan who. We met briefly. Yes and our good friend. Sarah who departed us recently. Yes and thank goodness for that. I couldn't agree more now that he's gone but luna was a very important person in both of these people's lives i believe her to be a very powerful wielder of intent whether she knows it or not. Although i believe she does magister more than hunted. Her saron believe sarah sister. Perhaps although one of you may correct me. If i believe seren sister had a relationship with luna that went poorly or at least it ended with sarah and sister. Dying some tragedy. There i listened to the man very much but either way. Wait a second. this story happened. I thought no. I didn't seren sister. It was like russia or something. But i just love how blase tragedy. I wasn't really pay. The never listened to the guy and perhaps more importantly than either of those it was at the behest of cinder that we should find lunar if we are truly to stop the plotting of these failures and the being who rules them at this point vow you feel little tingling in the back of your mind little pinprick of thought as if someone is then messaging you. Hey and you recognize luna's voice and she says in uday alot. Find me and i can take you to the others that require death speaking back to luna vowel. Say shall i miss it you when we arrive or can you tell me where you are now and she returns when you arrive. I will find you then. Speaking to the the party it sounds as she ville find us when we arrive in the city and she says that she can take us to what she said. The others who need this and that is very Ominous but positive. I suppose better than i have no objection then what. What if the city though you what. I'm sorry what what was your name again. She's looking at britain near my name is burnia. Have you know loyalty to this town. That we're going to abandon. No okay then.

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"Say thank thank you. I hope that our our listeners at home are feeling the same as cassie. And i are both feeling where i have a burning desire to know more but also feel like i've learned more than i could ever comprehend in my. It's like one of those really really dense math classes or language classes where you're cramming all that information into your brain and you hit a point where your your brain literally cannot process more information. You just have to go away and let what's been poured in percolate for a little while before you can like. Add more to it right. That's where we made it. We this is a doozy of an episode to bring us back into season. Two of critter cast exactly exactly. We do think that a season format in which we give ourselves a little break at the end of a certain number of episodes is probably a good idea for us. It just really helped us recharge so yes. This is season two of critter cast. And we don't know how many roads will be relevant the calendar figure it out probably a fair amount but this time at least we'll let you know when we plan for a hiatus definitely and that'll we know now that that helped us and thank you dear friends for sticking with us really really honestly if you didn't know what was going on and you saw this new episode go up and you're like it exists still thinking we feel thank you. Thank you glad you giving us giving us another chance to. Wow you with our amazing critter fax and all of our geeking out and also make you laugh with are completely unscripted jokes. Sometimes they're winners. Times they says allow you gotta go for it you know. They're not all going to be winners. That's right you if you take you. Take an attempted every pun. Sometimes you'll land on gold and sometimes you'll land on groans here on critter cass. You would expect to hear from us every two weeks for for a new episode we upload every other week we'll be shifting to a tuesday upload special so that it'll be ready for your tuesday morning commute all right fuck commute new rights for your tuesday morning break coffee break..

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"I also have like a primitive version of teeth. That will then be shed when they become independent and are eating on their own. Why why miami's think that. Babies need such sharp teeth when they're nursing. We'll never make any sense to me. But i'm pretty sure that none of the momma mammals were consulted about this. No but like this is the thing that we consistently see of mammals. Milk teeth man lies not nice. Don't do that. Humans are way babies. Don't have milk teeth like human babies. Don't but tiny kitchen teeth are so horrible so accurate. They're awful awful way. So this is another strange thing plot pussies do not have nipples. But they do. They do provide milk for their babies. How it is secreted from glands in their skin and then it collects in grooves and on the ends of specific hairs and their babies either lap it up from the little groups or cycle on the hairs makes very little sense. Make it make sense. I said in the research said no and the plottable said no i i. Hey tone. I don't i don't i can't i. I don't think i would want milk oozing out of my sale. No i know being but yeah. That's that's what they do is how they do it. They have nipples. They babies will nurse for three to four months before becoming independent and leaving the borough and going off on their own. Get out of here. You hair suckers they are. They're quite small when they're born but they grow a lot in those couple of months when they're still in the borough and their standard channels right so they stand independent though. They are not fully grown until twelve to eighteen months and k at sexual maturity towards the tail end. That will that part. Sounds more mammal. Like right right. It takes them some time to to grow up that timeline tracks. Oh my goodness not a lot of the other information about them tracks but the time line does so..

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"Platypus. Yeah i don't know it's ankle just came towards me and then it just hurt ally and also still really cute. Yeah because they're weird but they're q. Right i don't know what it is. It's almost like you could put for on anything and most humans would find it q. Okay that's that's a good argument. But also i was now starting to think of animals where if furry. I'm not sure they would be that cute chinese crested dogs. Stop it well. Furry would just be a chihuahua. just you're right. Those are cute us messing and taking things off that taking her off things. That should never be true. That's true so despite being plentiful in their habitats living all over australia. There's just there's not a lot that we know about the specifics of the day to day platypus. Life including their mating habits. We don't know a ton game game and they are not often successfully kept in captivity. So there's not a lot of opportunity to study and observe them. So do you know y what are some of the difficulties to keeping them in captivity. I didn't look specifically the specific research but my assumption would be that since they are active and energetic. You can think of like hi. Dr and and without being able to really recreate their natural habitat i could see them just not thriving enough to actually teach you because if you put an animal like that in captivity in like standing still water or some kind of river just in something where they were lacking the ability to do everything they do any information you get is going to be like information you now so what it is that the zoos need to build a lazy river. I mean it's not like zoos can't keep other river animals river otters. But it's a lot of work to gas offers in captivity. I and i think that plot opposes or just even a step above that..

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"Not a reptile. But maybe you're reptile but who who knows and lifespan wise again. It's a little bit hard to tell because we don't have a lot of research on this but it is believed that they can live upwards of twenty years in the wild and the longest lived individual in captivity was alive till twenty three so for small mammals. They live quite forever for a small mammal. Yeah 'cause about other other mammals in this size range like large rabbits are is range live anywhere near that law now sure that is more along the lifespan of a bird reptile. Yes it is san cities all right. Now we're gonna get into the south. That's a little bit more extraordinary But of course you know if if you have questions that don't go along with my notes we can jump around you. Just shout out those burning questions okay. Hopefully i thought ahead. And i after two fingers grass so accepted so one thing to think about because they are egg-laying right one difference that one other difference that we see between them and traditional mammals is that unlike you know us mammals they have one single whole called the ak- which is where they eliminate all their waste and lay their eggs. This is the same in birds and the reptiles dinosaurs in dinosaurs because dinosaurs are both birds and reptiles yes and they had khloe. Yes exactly yes okay. So so now. I know what a platypus. it's a doctoral dinosaur. I believe that one hundred percent. That looks the most sense so far. Okay okay so we talked about. When they're submerged that they closed their eyes ears and nostrils right and navigate through the water. But did it occur to you that if they're swimming through the water blind and deaf without their knows how they're getting around. Do they have electricity. On their on their bill electro receptors one hundred percent. Dang on good yes and this is also a kidneys. Have these as well so that is a. That's one other thing that that makes up the order mono mata. That's where i had it. Not a guy at and the sharks have that that's sharks that some Some other types of fish and bumblebees also have a way of sensing electrostatic fields. Platypuses what are you. I know but that's one way that they are able to detect prey..

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"You wouldn't be able to tell though because they are solitary so you wouldn't never see them in a group and be able to be like ooh that one's a boy though girl utah. Let's see they're found in eastern australia waterways. All over the place eastern australia okay. So that's like this shit. Oh wait hold on. I gotta see what's in eastern australia. Hold on hold on. I gotta look this up in waterways. Are they freshwater yes. They have been spotted. They've been spotted swimming and saltwater but they have two feet in freshwater but yes to eastern australia a couple different states. But i'll be honest with you. I don't really know the breakdown of australia enough to have noted that down. Okay eastern oh. I had it so backwards in. Australia is queensland and new south wales we have talked about. Those areas means lantana. I feel yes. I feel like. There's some well. Because i think that's yeah the more rainforest. Bits rain if you are in australia and you would lake to correct us and help us. Not sound like idiots. Please contact us. Please do like we said experts here. And there's often gaps in our research and the research we pull from so you know things happen so learning in progress but in those eastern australian waterways. They spend most of their time. Foraging around on the bottom of waterbeds for food. They love to snack on invertebrates. Sometimes they will come up to the top To the surface of the water for frogs or fish or surface insects as well But yeah they love and they love a crustacean if they can find a station. Don't we all right. Got to love them. So and i wrote this. You know not knowing we would have already talked about it but despite looking like they were frankenstein together from pieces of other animals. They're actually highly adapted to suit their needs. Like incredibly exactly what they need to be to live where they live which is just crazy schorr. Their body is flat and streamlined. For moving through the water navigating they have dense waterproof for love. The love waterproof yup. Yeah so just the mechanics of that are that they have longer hairs called guard hairs that lay across the top of their coat and keep their soft under hairs dry. Even if they've been submit submerged in water for a long period of okay you know they're just fancy that way yup yup. I can't think of anything else similar to that to compare it to in my mind. Okay so i got one here. I gotcha Some dogs are double coated. Yes that's true. And they have the long kind of rough er for on top and then yes yeah and Some terriers yeah. That's true and it helps keep them warm. It helps with thermal things as well as keeping dry. So we'll add into that. Mix of otter beaver duck will add in dog. Okay perfect that perfect. Speaking of dogs they also strong limbs for digging in swimming extra muscles and they actually have kind of primitive skeletal structures that allow them to be like extra muscular in their shoulders. Front arm Okay yep they have a flat tail that helps stabilize them in the water. And then they're back..

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"Australian zoo and australian animals in general because i grew up like most other people in our generation loving steve irwin very upset when he died but loving watching his children and his wife and his whole his future grandma livelihood just growing up in his image and doing a lot of good work and i honestly critter here at critter cast. We aspire to like. That's you know just all about telling people how cool these animals are so a plaster statue of stephen. Terri irwin that we can have in our our critter cast studio. i am not that skilled. I have a bunch of dry pasta. Okay perfect will just make pasta. Steve irwin yeah. He would've loved it so it's a classic. The plot right. It's a classic critter cast animal. Because like i've said a couple of times already. We love the weird ones and we have an ongoing beef with taxonomy. Perfect for exactly these little guys. They guys gals friends. Whatever you wanna call them refused to conform to anything that humans say is supposed to be true where like mammals are warm blooded milk giving live bearing animals. And they're like are they so okay wait wait wait. Let me let me tell you information that i know about animals okay. All snakes lay eggs all furry. Animals give live birth today. We're going to buy a wrong. We have talked about before of course because we talked about live. Snakes like kenyan sand boas but yeah you know they're just going to be little weirdos it's who they are love him of course. This is what the plot is famous for being an egg laying mammal. We'll talk about the details of that a little more later. But i feel like that might not be in of course for a lot of people. Yeah so i should say that again. Cloud pusses that. Otherwise in most ways look like mammals they lay eggs but yes yes true period however do they and otherwise actually look like mammals true though because they really don't they kind of do they..

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"Writing it down. We'll tell you again at the end of the episode okay. Current you have held me in suspense for so long. What animal are we talking about today. Day here on critic casts. We're gonna talk about the platypus. It's kassianu added facts about her animal friends and we laugh a lot to learn south shot. We'll talk about snail pleaser teeth. Gosh about her love manatees. We'll tell you why are so scary to us and there's built discuss. We promised because my god that lyric kids different now because we really are added again. Whoa like again. You somehow knew this was going to happen. Oh god no yes so today. We are talking about that. That wonderful mysterious confusing strange animal. The plot a purse so excited i love plateau pie platypuses but there is some discussion about whether it's a pyre platypuses so i thought there would be too but this is actually the very first thing i took down in my notes because i was like before we start talking about these animals. How do we refer to them. And the my whole life. I thought this was like widely debated and it's honestly really not a debate. Who according now. They are solitary animal. So most of the time we can just talk about them in the singular the observe the platypus exactly according to glamorous dot com. This is a direct quote. The plural of platypus has been long established in the english speaking world as platypuses plural form. Plata pie is accepted by latch nests scientists and fans of quirky words so basically on the average it is supposed to be platypuses. There's nothing about the word that means adding an es not the correct form of pleural. Okay if you say plateau by people going to know what you're talking about right right. Nobody words become accepted if we use them enough. So there's also say plateaued poed like the pod octopus codes Yes that basically. I will be using whatever terms i want and nobody can come from me. Excellent i love the fan of quirky words. Hey that's right. Therefore and say whatever i want yes work on little quirky fan so i figured we'd just get out of the way the fancy name for a plot to the scientific name. We love a loved one of us. Battering latin is th or or niffer. Rinkers anna thomas or tina's and it's this it's an eye and this maybe could be. Yes the heck knows. Yeah i'm sure someone does not me. So it's that okay it's there. They are small mammal for now. We'll call it though. Could call it mammal plus okay for now. Mamluk plus or minus. Because aren't okay. I'm getting ahead of myself. Get that we'll get it they. They are endemic one of our favorite words here to australia. Wildest places where the wacky animals live my friends. We have to love australia. All you in australia will try to kill you. This is accurate. We will find but i have to tell you the reason one of the reasons i picked. So we've got a running list of animals that we want to talk about. One of the reasons. I picked the platypus for our first episode. Back is because i've recently been re obsessing over the family and therefore the.

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"61" Discussed on CritterCast

CritterCast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on CritterCast

"Cast. My name is karina. My name is kathy and we are your co host of critter casts podcast for the love of animals and it has been sometime my friends. It's it's been hot minute. It's been some real time. We will be very honest with you. We were on an extended unplanned. Twenty twenty induced hiatus. I think a lot of people will understand where we're coming from when we say twenty twenty induced. But you know what we survived. We made it through twenty twenty twenty one. We can safely say that now as of this actual moment yes us recording this month of january in the year of two thousand and twenty one that we survived that year came out of it. Only mildly scathed. We're we're very lucky. We're very blessed. The two of us did not suffer. Any you know any really serious losses of income or loved ones or anything like that came close a few times but you know what yet we are blessed and we missed podcasting. Yes we missed. We missed everyone. We did not have the energy or the emotional range or honestly the time right to devote to it when we were trying to just make it through two thousand twenty our our hearts before we go further our hearts go out to everyone who did suffer loss in twenty twenty. This is just such a hard year. Yeah and so you know we empathize with you. We feel for you. We hope that all of our wonderful friends. We missed so much are doing okay. Yeah not being said. We're gonna leave. The trash can fire. That was twenty twenty behind and we are just going to start running straight into twenty twenty one with brand. New critter cast episode. We are so excited for those of you. That are just joining us. Or even if you've been here before but it's been a hot wild. Let's remind you before we get into today's episode. What critter cast is all about who we are. What's up will brief cliff notes versions for you guys. Yeah yeah so we are here. We are a pair of co hosts and as you probably could already tell. This is an unscripted podcast. I hope you guessed that yeah. I hope so too. But we we think that just makes a nice conversational vibe and you just feel like you're sitting in the room with us learning all about animals because at the end of the day critter cast is about geeking out about animals. Yes what it is. We love the weird ones. The wacky ones the kind of creepy ones. Give them all to us. We love all critters big and small and each episode here on twitter. Cast we pick a specific animal and we just tell you all about them. We learn about them so that you can learn about them with plenty of jokes along the way that's right that being said neither cassie or myself are experts in the animals that we talk about most of the time but we are dedicated. Lifelong learners animal lovers if you are interested in finding out more about our backgrounds or anything like that you can always check out our website. Critter cast podcast dot com and. Don't.

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"61" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"I still have to be doing lives online. You don't get a lot of feedback. I was telling somebody yesterday. You don't get a lot of feedback like it's not like when you talk live in his audience and you're looking around and people like when you're talking live you're not sure if people getting not so you tend to talk a little bit more to make sure that it's soak sent and a little bit more sometimes takes fifteen minutes. That's why i didn't go outside. I sit down. Sit right hands corner this team minutes in and out fifty four minutes now all right but anyway. So that's all. I wanted to give you know. Just i'm gonna dig into some more. Because i need to dig it into a some more but when you're commanding your date you got. It's not only just what you're telling yourself but it's also you're not allowed to come in and tell you so so you know i'm really going to get into this been a heart really heavy As far as like the music that we we we allow into our psyche the media that we allow into our psyche to people who allow into our psyche and sometimes how we are. Just so. But i like i like the beat. I liked the melody or it was a funny movie and That causes us to really stumble. Because you know which sharing on in what consuming own debt you know um and not that good debt but the demise that piece who will call take all right so am i head out because longing tomorrow i'll go for half an hour mama keep lawrence. I'm get down to fifteen minutes and really really really really. I liked to get it down to five and i could live i can. I can say what. I need to say in five minutes. But i said the feedback. I don't know you getting it or not because sometimes come into not directed towards what a maximum saying like nikki over the call. Me take come yesterday day before yesterday. The to get nikki You know you're going to want to ask a question at some point. I know you follow for why you never asked me one day. You're going to ask you something. And i'm gonna remember me. Call me all right. So i'm gonna head out a lot of work a lot of work to do today but i haven't taken down from last night. I probably should've splash little libations on the old carcass right but anyway everyone. I'm be well today. We say Pay attention to what you bring. It's your please pay attention to what you're bringing into your. You know going to get into the accident but to me getting wanted into what we call the scientific methods. Let me get more sat because fifty seven minutes because the reason why i see a lot of celebrities a lot of times. They have these different campaigns for the first time i saw that little girl of greta. Don berk thunberg. I guess she looks like a little girl notion young. So i think she's going to mean but she wanted talks about climate. Change things like that. She such little actress. I'm looking like this dippenaar. I can't see sitting head performing. But you know i thought for the first time that nearly two days ago i actually lost little speech is i could barely get through it. I was like man. I wanna hustle. Don't wanna get hustled. You know but you can't see what this issue pretending to cry. You know the wild you have left us. This is not real. She's acting you know what is what is core belief that sits underneath what she saying So it's important to understand when you're the tone of the scientific method verse on the tony genre of someone who's just trying to push his agenda because it can be confusing when we live aid where celebrities announced pseudo-scientists you know Celebrities and now psychologists. And like i said there are certain traits in ideas that we taking on from old cultural belief that lies in antiquity. May not have anything to do with your personal culture but When that word we is using this a homogeneous that's pushed it can get you into a into a titan tan. You know so like the whole world. We have the theories about gender now. No you have different theories about gender levy schitt the same theories as pertain to gender or as it pertained to sexual relationships and things like that which is why you know the sexual and reproductive health of my natural counterpart is always been at risk. Since i've been in With the we you know in in this country you know my sexual complimenting counterpart will contract a disease because she wants to have sex with someone because she's as she realizes she can users because she lacks education and economic opportunities based on your socio ecological environment so as a result she may be at higher higher risk for Catching a transmittable disease. But that's based on social ecological factors that you don't have so are we. Different is my reminders. Remind i know okay. Okay okay all right okay okay. Hey i gotta go write a book. I'm working on a couple of books right now. In my book writing reminded just came up. And i'm and i'm so far behind on this particular book so Right let me get out of here. All right everyone. I'll see you tomorrow at won't be. Well be say peace peace peace peace peace..

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"61" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"61" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

"Not a pediatrician. Podcast or internal medicine. This is about menopause menopause. Yes we are making the chart and that is from your support in cannot thank you enough. I also wanna think the sponsors for the show. I've had numerous during the year. And i'm so excited to have more to line up with me and i really choose them really really specifically with you in mind and with products that i think are helpful and i would love your feedback. Also if you have a product you'd like me to market it you can get in touch with me. Just go to my instagram hormone health. That doc and contact and let me know what product you have. I love it. It's great because this is really a community. This is really a conversation and there are so many products out there that i don't always know about and be enlightened to what's there which available to women is really helpful. Of course my background is in. You know science and medicine and of course i do a lot of prescribing of products that are fda approved. And so i'm so well. Knowledgeable and is available and what is in the pipelines but when it comes to lifestyle supplement and things like that is really nice to know what everyone else is up too so i want to thank our sponsors. This year is well. And i really want to thank you. I started this podcast in two thousand eighteen from the inspiration from one of my good friends. Her name's lindsay miller and she has her own website Mama dot com and she also does a lot of fitness a you can go and check her out only curbello. She really encouraged me to do a podcast. She said had there. I love you and when you text me. That's reassuring when i hear your voice. Your voice is really reassuring. When i hear you tell me something. It's so much better than when you text me or you. Email me back. And that's really encouraged me to want to start this podcast. And it's grown into so much relationships with people with colleagues with other physicians with midlife influencers with bloggers. Some of my early peo- why patients and just advocates in all avenues of surgical menopause and menopause after risk reduction over removal.

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"61" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"61" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"Practice way yeah. It's it's remarkable. It's it's probably how many places that you can do that in the end just that small span because California party doesn't have those crazy rednecks fresno buddy. Aw and twenty minute drive those gangbangers Europe California Kid. Yeah Yeah So. Are you a little bigger bigger the area. Yeah that's probably not so much like redneck. Look we got a lot a lot of rednecks ex- We got a lot of farm. People Leftover Farm People Thomas Farms right. I met a client that he farms. Nice us we'd Grower Down USA stupid man he's got twelve points and it's causing now. He's he's like tomatoes and some other shit out. That's cool like Columbia Colombia Peru Argentina. Wow Big career money like yeah like like the land vegetables are probably pretty profitable. Yeah I mean lighting. I mean you're vegetarian. What do I know but I think people eat veggies? Are you know he's a he's a past in this guy he's a Pesky pesky balance on steaks. Could you think you guys could ever ever be like a vegetarian or Strict one diet like that. You know you're not going to be able to eat another source of food like okay. Let's say you never having chicken or steak ever again. I mean I could but I'm not you know. Imagine in your mind I would need to. I'm so happy to eat both chicken and steak. What what's the reasoning behind? PESCA -Tarian people like do they not animal cruelty not to Fisher. Probably one of the most inhumanely killed fish or a animals have their professor. But they're not raised. Why meats obviously some fish are farmed? Oh is that why because like mutate it like you just you were just consumed fish. Don't feel pain. Yeah Chicken Chicken's neck didn't think he was paying for a while. That's why they run around with their heads cut off. That's his muscles. Do what I'm I'm just kidding. I'm not saying I'm just. Do you feel pain. Not all the ones beat up. Everybody feels they don't talk. No I mean so if you think about that what you really yeah I can give up. Give up fish really care about that. I if I had to give up fish chicken or steak I will give up chicken. I mean I love chicken by like I can never give up fish like I just love fish and then tuna fish lake. I really over chicken the well. Maybe you're right because you can't eat steak every all the fucking time again unless you're what do you have. You guys watched the media's Joe Rogan with Glenn Bellevue or whatever his name is from Glenn Glenn Beck which had a switchblade fucking maybe Chinese stars the Google it is from that show live below zero. Oh that guy. He's a beast under that he he lives in Alaska. It's a show Alaska. He is like the coolest one and they kicked him off the show and now like he's a superhero faulk. You're the the best one the favorite. I'm sure that that crazy crazy lady that lived up I know she was on on the show. Choose onto the marmosets. Earn the weasels. She's cute. She's like okay she's trying you know what's what's the guy's name Glenn Glenn Glenn type in Jr Eclipse Glenn Beck Glenn Velveeta Room. Everybody out there listening you should you. I should really do it. This guy is so fucking cool man. Maybe now some of his stories he might be telling could be crazy out of no like he might just be getting doing. What are you laughing fucking Weirdo? Do Back He's eating bone Romero's like he's like not cooking Nieto has the older bones from the Caribous shed hanging just walks around and then there was a fucking giant Ronconi he said Oh and they say the blubbery ass won't marrow that's not cooked and he's acting he's a guy I eat five hundred pounds of of Caribou in the release at three months or five months. Yeah he's a he's at all it's just high any high fat you know he's GonNa need carbs out here and I just need to stay you know. Energy and warm and high fat Diet Weavers Beavers have to yeah and the beavers are all over actually porcupine. Sorry vers lesson right. Porcupines all fat Nam Nam Nam Herring. I go to town on those beavers little teeth. These little had to say that at the end. 'cause you're doing ingred go to town on the BIEBER's paper. I saw some Tom my friends call me fever liquor. Oh liquor liquor I off the beaver. Um I mean drunk of the beaver. We went to see liquors. What was that from here? have been there yes. That was a Florida keys. That's in Colorado Auto. B Liquors in Colorado Lakers beaver creek. But a creek. As I've been to it in the bill is well. That's v Lakers. Here's via liquors see. Liquors is on federal highway travelling north right before you get to lake worth. It's right where federal divides and it splits. There's gas station a liquor store and fucking bar. That's called C.. Licorice I so we went to the liquor store. What's it like? It's just what you think it'd be like bud. Why don't you go this weekend now? Two weeks ago when we went to the WHO who is out front. Yeah a.

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"61" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"61" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"To keep your feet steady in tornado season if enroll up there in a frigging beautiful galloping horse beautiful galloping F.. Three fifty hours go. Go say at three fifty. Buddy you know damn knowles there that would have been awesome. BEECHER's how yeah should've but it's so fast. It was just like a quick exchange at the elevator. I'm so influenced by the people that I see on a daily basis out there. You see God bless you sorry and plenty of people dressing like that really now with the spurs no straight cowboys cowboys. Yeah you probably see it a lot more out west West Florida. But I've never seen anybody with spurs walking around here does another thing I wanted to tell. Oh Yeah we went to that Rodeo state park by Bednarz Marshall Yeah. Okay yeah tell me about it. We walked around right ten bucks to park. Yeah and the guy at the gate doesn't provide change so if you don't have change you go into the visitor's center and paying their yeah that was like you got ten dollars a car and he doesn't have changed for what and it's free if bicycle everybody's pain and let's say a lot of people didn't tense right so at some point you have a lot of change thousands buddy thousand housing buddy no change so he puts it into fucking tank pocket. Sorry but it's cool you know. There's a boat ramp a launch ramp down at the end. That's just right into the everglades and there's like these loops loop trails. That's all flat like basically everglades stuff and then to the right. There's wasn't one two three seven seven loops. The first loop is two miles. The second loop is four miles but all from the same starting point you know And then the third lupus six miles are they. uh-huh drive time. Whatever wanted is a cement as wrote no well? The main road is cement. You know the loops dirt. Jog It but more like hiking is I was walking with malls like alligators. Thomas going for Jog August here now for ten bucks and got for you to match me the day. That was a good one timing. It has come back next year. Yes cool a.

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"61" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"61" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"Okay. He's lying and grow in an ocean. Why the ECHO has something to bounce off? Yeah I could totally you said that and I heard it I could like see the sound traveling full all three hundred sixty degrees now. She's just. I've never shot a gun without headphones on earmuffs and like I said it is loud. So if you're standing in someone's fucking driveway volume and you're yelling at each other and stuff and you tell them. Somebody's Buddy's mom. I'm I'm unsure and like eight for the foot and miss you still getting in so much fucking foot. Because he jumped he went. Yeah and he just pulled off shot in a refund because he was so startled by what he done. That guy needed needed needed a maybe needed a cold drink or probably did not eat drink can hammocks too many how many people practice with firearms and really in their heart of hearts believe that they're going to use those skills at some point in their life. You know you think it's like half of the maybe half of the people down here fucking lunatic tech. Yeah Yeah I mean I think about that when I go to the shooting range like. This isn't a skill that you're going to use in life. The goal is hopefully that you don't have don't have to. I think I come more from like not that. I'm a great marksman. You know but I I like the idea of like shooting it from a marksmanship standpoint. Absolutely it's a target you know. Yeah it is fun though to go people that never really shot a gun and then like let's say Max for example. Watch them get good. No and then you're like oh you know like how to shoot. You know anybody that goes into the house you know like that mentality by like you think you grab a gun and like I go and shoot now now my Holy Fuck I. I was aiming over there and there is so not as easy to just pointed shooting me like I'm GonNa hit the Bullseye. Unless you're like five ten feet fifteen feet but it's it's because you're like Tim date is loud for. There's a lot of violence silence that happens and then you like Oh shit. There's little regardless of recoil explosion allowed allowed and it's this little plastic and metal thing that's like containing all of that violence but I don't like people next to me but I I always get so nervous me either. I'm always like what does this motherfucker just right around shooting. Yeah there is this when the last time we were there there was this lady you know she was in like address and like mcnew balances and like a forty five. Some fucking huge gun and yourself. Yeah she had like a bag like a duffle like a full on like gun bag and she was alone. She was like making buddies with like the guy that was in the stall next door and it was just so fucking the Gun Mrs so loud and you can I just see it go fucking all. Just you're right and really went outside. Dropped him one of those fucking grand marquee or something. I've seen people get yelled at for shooting at the roof. They were aiming aiming at the fucking like you're your roof. Please stop shooting the ceiling. I'd like to go and like try for obviously get it down. I but then go for distance. Since you know. We'll bring a rifle rifle. There is this guy. He's like an older guy but he's every time by the way I know who you're talking about. Oh the marksman shaved head. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah what does he goes to answer by. The Red Line doesn't why doesn't he just like have a shooting range I've been there are a handful of times every single time. He's always there. How old is he sixty? Maybe older cargo shorts has the guns like this big right right and I think it's a twenty two rifle. He puts the targets because all the way back just because he doesn't move when shoes. It doesn't mean it's a locale our small-calibre that's what those are like. Those Olympic Ski Shoot Games but if it could it right and left handed. Yeah he goes both ways but that's what he stands. One handed one hand on his hip and one is closed and he just like lines as backup and shoots it and then he does the same thing in your look at him and he's facing the other way doing the same fucking thing but when he's done with the gun like let's say switching over because he has a scope he leaves the The target all the way out like shoots it and brings it up like this and like you know like works. Works on an axis around the gun and like so. Let's say it is like. Yeah this is the gun right. He shoots the brings it in and then when he when he lays the gun down goes like He. Yeah Laser Deli Cyborg like like. It's like exactly like every every motion is thought thought out and then he brings up his scope and just checked and he's like rats say that guy was like you know he checks the scope to see how often his shot was and he goes lasted like goes right back. Did the Bulls Dude. Three break is the approachable. Is he like a friendly guy. 'cause he was talking to the crazy lady with the cats the cats under her dress. It's so funny because I hope I'm Maranda listening to this podcast. Because they are they always see him riding bikes. Always see him and I brought him to the to the bottom to the To The gun range. A handful of times brought that guy you know last time I went. Did you get his name. He was there. He shoots next to me where I was shooting in the next to him. He's probably the whole day. Just how we got on this topic was I hate when people are shooting next to me. Yeah did you did. I'm not so afraid. Great of him but he does look a little deranged. He's a boy scout. He wears the same like Boy Scout. Outfit he's got brand new doc martens with high socks as always the btk as he looks like out it straight out of fucking Jurassic Park like anybody buddy that goes to gun were. WHO's GONNA know exactly? We were talking about. I know but holy cow guns now. I'm never afraid of DAG. I'm afraid of like we're three best guns the young Leo Latina Girl on a Friday night date I. I'm shooting like you know. Yeah it's like throw the gun out on like they don't know the fact that doing I think it's crazy that you can just go in your only nothin and just like shoot here. That's fucking great. You don't even need to give people like afterward we only give. Id if you're the one ranked thanked the renting the lane but if he goes rents lane I want a shoe with him. I just walk right in a walk right fucking in. I can do whatever the fuck. What's this security system? They're like while the guys they're all open carrying but like bulletproof windows like auto locked adores. Do they buzz you in somewhere. NOPE nope just like fuck in all the guys even the people the front dash everybody's got a gun on that on the outside of the whole store front doors just swings fucking both ways lots like. It's a saloon or something you I've been to so many places where you need to be buzzed in. Hey man are you for real.

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