35 Burst results for "7 Years"
AJ Shares the Time He Was Asked for His ID - at Age 57
"Can't go out too much because I get in fights. Verbal altercations that if it was ten, 15, 20 years earlier it would be physical fight. I know they would be. So, you know, we all get geared up to go out, grocery shopping, whatever. And there's a big store out here in LA called Ralph's, right? That's the main one. And I thought Ralph's every couple of days to pick some stuff up. I don't like doing a major shop. I actually like going to a grocery store. I enjoy it. I enjoy that atmosphere. You know, everybody's wearing masks, which is fine. And I don't have a problem with that. So I went to go pick up some stuff. Excuse me. And I picked a wine up for the wife, a few stupid things, some chicken, whatever. And I'm going to check out the guy, big, big tall, big, muscular black guy who says sales manager on his fucking shirt. Never saw him before. New guy, and he goes to me, sir. And by the way, he had gloves on, but they weren't surgical gloves. They were gardening gloves, which I found insane. And I could tell the way he was like standing upright and kind of back from the conveyor belt that he wanted no part of germs. I could see this guy. Like a black Howie Mandel. So, you know, the wine goes down the thing and he goes, sir, I'm gonna need to see it to my D and I said, excuse me? He said, ID. I need to see some ID for the alcohol. I said, ID for the wine. Do you look at me? I said, this is a 57 year old person. You think I'm 21? Sir, I can, listen, it's not about that. I'm well within my right. I said, don't be ridiculous. You're well within your rights to be an idiot. This is so stupid. I'm coming here 20 years. No one's ever proved me for a bottle of wine, and I came here when I was 37, never happened. Now I'm 57. What are you out of your mind? Because that's it, you know what? That's it. I don't have to take care. I can ask you to leave. I said, good, I'll take this fucking mask off right now. I've had it. So I start lifting my mask, he got so panic stricken, like I was gonna spit in his face or something. Okay, sir, please. Please put your mans down. I said, okay, then just finish checking me. Just finish checking me out. I'm not gonna have this fucking argument. I said, people are so upset. People are so miserable and have had it with these things that are put in place every fucking day. Now on top of all this, you want to see my ID. My fucking hair is my ID. That's a 50, 7 year old old man's head. Fucking
Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy
"Roth is here who is an attorney for some people that went to go meet with Julian Assange journalists and lawyers that were then spied on walk us through that. So he's in the Ecuadorian embassy. And then the equity embassy. Let me just make one comment on what you said. Even if my argument is, even if Julian Assange actually told these people to go out and get bad stuff, that's still not a crime. That's what the press does every day. But let's go to the embassy. Let's go to the embassy and that'll come out. And what I'm concerned about there is any investigative reporter who set the way with the lower perspective. Or in that part of the need that letter, that's not illegal, but let's go to the 5 case in particular. By corruption, but I think it's just being with between the press and investigative reporting and someone taking information Manning and Snowden did. So what would happen was while he was in the MSD for 7 years, people went to visit him. People went, his doctors, his lawyers, his friends, his colleagues, and when he went into the embassy, they had a protocol. You had to actually give the embassy security your following your tablet, your laptop, everything you had had to go to them before you walk in to meet Assange, which sounds okay. They don't want any kind of tip we're going to vice ver everything. That makes sense. So what we learned from a litigation in Spain was that the embassy wasn't just holding your cell phone, your tablet, your laptop, while you were in meeting, they were imaging it. So they literally imaged the entire. Phone laptop of people that went in and think about the Ecuadorian government did that. The equity overall, here's what happened. The Ecuadorian government hired a company called UC global. UC global had essentially formed became essentially an age of the CIA because what this UC global employee started saying is, listen, why am I doing this? And we have affidavits at UC global people saying, why am I doing this as setting it to Washington? Why am I imaging it? So you can watch it.
Trial Attorney Richard Roth Shares the Story of Julian Assange
"I'm going to ask you just to kind of educate our audience a little bit. Again, who is Julian Assange? What did he do? Just some of the backstory around him. We have some younger listeners that weren't really watching the news as this was all kind of frontline news. So walk us through that. Sure. It's a very interesting complicated story. Let me simplify for those listeners and you want to doing this challenge is an individual who has a company called WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks does nothing other than publish material. It's The New York Times DNN. It's published his material. It's all it does. Years ago, it got sensitive material from a couple of people who were working at the NSA, healthy man, and a couple others. And received and published. It was pretty bad material. It basically showed videos where the army was killing innocent ironically. Or then the government did not like that. And the government decided that it wanted to extra to him under what's called the espionage act, notwithstanding the fact that he received the material. He didn't do anything illegal. He received under The New York Times received stuff, but about you name it. You name the issue. So he actually took asylum in Ecuador and the Ecuador embassy in London because he did not want to be activated but to the U.S. because he was very concerned that the U.S. would essentially try and potentially convict him under this crazy espionage act. The same act that Rand Paul said two weeks ago, Donald Trump shouldn't should be abolished and Donald Trump shouldn't be subject to and let him rely fiasco. So he's been sitting in Ecuador for 7 years during the that's sort of the basics of it. And he's been sort of confined in his own jail. I'm sorry, in the Ecuadorian embassy, not in Ecuador. I withdraw that. Got it. The Ecuadorian embassy in London. So he's been in London for years in London for 7 years, about a year ago, a little lower a year ago. Actually, two years ago, COVID makes us forget what happened. The ecuadorians literally physically removed the embassy, brought him to a jail in London, and he had an extradition trial. An extradition trial was a trial to actually write him to the U.S., which he was really adhering, which he lost,
Jolie details Brad Pitt abuse allegations in court filing
"It appears things are winding down in the Alex Jones defamation lawsuit in Connecticut The final family member of a victim of the sandy hook elementary school massacre has now taken the stand mock Barden's son Daniel was one of the 26 victims of the shooting He says he and his family suffered again when they heard that people were desecrating his son's grave and that some conspiracy theorists had planned to dig up his 7 year old son's grave to prove the shooting was a hoax the plaintiffs are expected to rest their case when court resumes in the morning his lawyers say InfoWars host Alex Jones is unlikely to testify again which will make the defense case a brief one Jones has already defaulted on the defamation part of the case the jury will decide how much he and his media empire must pay for his repeated claims that sandy hook was all a hoax I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Billy Hallowell Interviews Eric for CBN
"With us, one of my favorite authors Eric metaxas Eric, how you doing today? One of your favorite authors, you mean you're comparing me to Tolstoy. Is that what's happening? I'm going to let it go. I'm going to let it go. That's what's happening. Thank you very much. Well, look, look, we've got to start here because I know you're probably tired of hearing me say this every time we talk, but I look at your career, you have done hard hitting commentary on politics. You've written for veggie tales. You've done New York Times bestselling books. I mean, you've done a range of work. It's a really eclectic career. What is it that inspires all of those sort of different things that you do so well? That's very kind of you, honestly, even to notice. And I think I've always been eclectic. I've always been broad. I've had broad interests. And I think early on in my career, people said, Eric, you have to choose. And I think over time I realized, no, I don't have to choose. I have to do what I think God is calling me to do. And if it ends up being a broad range of things, it ends up being a broad range of things. If somebody had talked to me 20 years ago and said, Eric, do you think you'll ever write a biography? I would have emphatically said no. I don't see myself writing biographies. I thought I would write novels. I thought I would do all kinds of things. But the lord led me, I can say bluntly without going into details here. But the lord led me to write my book on William wilberforce called amazing grace, which subsequently was his way of leading me to write about Dietrich bahnhof, and the baumhoff story opened my career up in a completely new way. I got invited to speak at the national prayer breakfast, which got me invited to do radio. I never had any ambition or desire to do radio, but I've been doing it for 7 years now, and that of course led to TV, which was something that I felt was God's calling on my life. So I just wanted to follow God's calling, but it has led me into a lot of different things. I've written, as you mentioned, a lot of children's books that people don't even know that I've written and there are a lot of things that I'm yet to do that people probably will be surprised about. But I think the bottom line is I'm trying to follow God's leading
Are People Gaining Momentum Over the Elite? Brendan O'Neill Explains
"Locked into this perpetual cycle of a punch and a defense in a punch and defense, or do you feel optimistic that the writ of the people is gaining more momentum than the elite? How do you look at the future? That's a really good question. And I think we probably will be locked into that cycle of conflict for the foreseeable future. But I think one of the ironies of populism is that it is a way for ordinary people to make their voices heard and to put themselves on the agenda. But at the same time, it has the effect of galvanizing the elites and it makes the elites realize that they need to get their act together. You know, we are ruled by elites that are, in my view, not very competent. They don't have very strong beliefs, certainly not beliefs that I would share. They're somewhat all over the place. But what's happened since the populist explosion over the past 6 or 7 years is that they have realized they need to get their act together and the way you describe the elites clamp down attempted clamp down on Brexit is very accurate. They really did pull together to try to prevent ordinary people pesky ordinary people from having their political say. So we are going to see that tension, I think, between the elites and the people, which is why it's so important, I think, to keep pushing the populist argument to keep saying that ordinary people's views should be represented, that they should be represented in schools in the workplace and in politics. And had enough of being ruled by seats who are incompetent and regressive and are pushing ideologies that are damaging to society. So the populist revolt against that certainly needs to continue. I
Trevor Noah says he's exiting as host of 'The Daily Show'
"Trevor Noah announced he's leaving Comedy Central's The Daily Show Noah surprised his audience when mentioning he had hosted the weeknight show for 7 years replacing Jon Stewart One of the overriding feelings I found myself experiencing throughout the night and even today waking up was was a feeling of gratitude That got no one thinking even more And I realized that after the 7 years um my time is up I uh Yeah But in the most in the most beautiful way honestly The 7 years include the Trump presidency and the pandemic Trevor Noah was a relatively unknown comic from South Africa When he was hired I never dreamed that I would be here I sort of felt like a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory I came in for a tour Of what the previous show was and then the next thing I know I was handed the keys Either no and nor Comedy Central offered a timetable for his departure We'll still be here for the time being I'm Ed Donahue
Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10
"You're running as the Republican in the tenth congressional district in Virginia which is right outside of Washington but it also stretches a bit Tell everybody a little bit about your background From Vietnam in 1975 and then we escaped there within days of the fall Saigon Came over here and my father couldn't find work over here So we had to move to Africa So I grew up I spent 7 years in Africa And while we're over there my parents we spent 7 years over there I was going to French schools and my parents realized at the age of 12 that this kid probably needs to learn English also So we moved back here My mom brought myself in my sport sisters back here while my dad remained over there for 15 years by himself working and seeing him every 6 months but I want to I grabbed on to that American Dream and I want to Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology I was the first class to graduate from there I went to the United States naval academy I got my master's in physics from naval postgraduate school and I was a fellow at MIT and at Harvard But I paid everything back with services country I served 25 years in special operations I thought in Iraq Afghanistan Somalia I was in Pakistan during the earthquake relief I was in the Balkans I dove the ocean depth I recovered John F. Kennedy Jr. but then that's been required last October because just watching Kabul fall and seeing mothers hand babies to marines Just broke my heart I mean that's exactly what happened in Vietnam And so I decided to run for Congress Wow And how old are you I'm 51 sir 51 well you've led a full life at the age of 51 And a very patriotic
Capitol rioter a ‘one man wrecking ball,' gets 7 year term
"A man has been sentenced to 7 years in prison for his role in the capitol riot Judge Amy Berman Jackson called Kyle young a one man wrecking ball Young admitted helping in the assault of a police officer during the riot and cried in court as he apologized to former D.C. Metropolitan Police officer Michael fanone and said he wished he could have taken back what he did Fine told the court of the near death experience he endured at the hands of the rioters beaten and repeatedly shocked with a stun gun Fanon had testified before the House committee investigating the riot I was at risk of being stripped of and killed with my own firearm as I heard chance of killing with his own gun Young admitted handing a stun gun to another rioter who used it on fanone and of grabbing the officer's hand For no one says he hoped young suffers during his time in prison Ed Donahue Washington
Is It Safe to Send Your Kids to College in NYC?
"My daughter is a junior in high school and she has a heart settle and attending the King's College in New York City. My wife believed and I believe she has the qualifications. Weed a tour. We love the school. We have close family friends, though who are saying, don't send her because of what they've seen like when shows like Tucker Carlson. I mean, what's is there to collapse of civilization happening in New York City right now? Is it safe for her to come? What do you think, Eric? So that's the big question. Should people send their children here to New York City for college for two to four years? And I actually see the questions in front of me. The woman says I've listened to every podcast that we've done on this program in 7 years since the very first one with Alice von Hildebrand. So I'll heal your hear your answer if you take this one on the air. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Oh my goodness. That was on Hitler's birthday 7 years ago. We said, how can what can we do on Hitler's birthday? The show starts on April 20th. What do we do? And we said, how about getting the widow of one of the greatest enemies of Adolf Hitler on the program that was Elvis and Hildebrand? Wow. Okay. Well, the answer to that question is, I understand the concerns, but I think if you have wisdom, you don't need to worry about these kinds of things. What I'm saying is if your daughter has wisdom, young people, sometimes lack wisdom, but I honestly think that if you come to New York City, you pretty quickly figure out what's safe, what's not safe. If you're in a college environment, you're not just wandering around. So I think a lot of this stuff is overblown. In other words, I think that you see the worst of everything on the news and you think, you know, I get phone calls from people. And I think what are you talking about? That's not happening a lot. It's so rare, but if anything bad happens, they put it on the news.
The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates by Another 0.75%
"So news folks the live radio show we've got some live news for the rate hike apparently just came out three quarters of a point by the fed That's in line with what they expected I wonder what the market's doing right now Oh the market that fed raises rate by another three quarters of a percentage point It's weird The market went down a little bit You would think the market would jump because it was in line with expectations There were some people saying it would jump by an entire point That obviously matters a lot because we're a borrowing base society All of our major purchases most of them through most people whether it's cars or whether it's a home they're on borrowed money So if the interest rates go up in the economy by simple arithmetic the monthly payment you pay to pay back that either 30 year or 5 year or 7 year loan for your car 6 year or whatever it may be that monthly payment goes up
How Harry Mack Got the Confidence to Rap
"How do you create confidence when doing yourself to do something that maybe you weren't supposed to be doing freestyle rapping, right? And to do this in public for strangers a lot. Like how do you get the confidence, which I think is one of the key things that a lot of people are missing in life in general. Yeah. On how to have confidence to ask someone out on a date or to go for the career they want, but public speaking was the biggest fear for me growing up. And you kind of have to do this to express your talent. How did you learn how to overcome the fear of humiliation, embarrassment, looking silly messing up and gain that confidence? Man, that's a great question. I think one of the most important things for me is confidence comes through experience. And I'm lucky in that I've been performing since I was a little kid. I start my first instrument was the violin. I started playing when I was 7 years old. And I always remember my first violin recital. And the reason I'll always remember it is because I didn't play because instead I just cried. Oh my entire time. Because I was so scared. How many people were there? Oh, all the parents and some grandparents and aunts and uncles in 50 or a hundred people. Yeah, 50 hours in a school recital, was it? It was this place called the community music center in Portland where I'm from. So that's where I took violin lessons and so the teacher would put on a recital for all the students. And the first time you didn't play anything, you just stood there and cried. That was my first public performance opportunity. I cried the whole time. I didn't even actually make it onto the stage. I just sat with my parents and cried. And the teacher kind of looked over and was like, it's not gonna happen right in my parents like, yeah, it's probably not gonna happen. This guy won't stop crying. So I say that just to say that I wasn't some kind of born performer. The confidence that I have now wasn't gifted to me at birth by a long shot. It's something that I've worked through over time and something that I still actually have to a large degree when I perform today, I still get nervous before I go out on stage. Oh, definitely.
Live updates: Biden joins other world leaders at reception
"As more and more foreign dignitaries arrive in London ahead of the queen's state funeral many of them went to pay their respects to the late monarch President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were among thousands of mourners to enter Westminster hall where the queen's coffin lay in state Biden made the sign of the cross and put his hand to his heart as he stood quietly by her caskets as he signed the queen's book of condolences the president told reporters how he felt about her as a person Decent honorable And all about service He even said she reminded him of his own mother She had that look like are you okay Anything I can do for you what do you need And then also make sure you do what you're supposed to do Other dignitaries to sign the book were Israeli president Isaac Herzog was truly majestic and she truly personified the world the word majesty Canadian president Justin Trudeau said he remembered her as a child I first met her majesty when I was 7 years old and her presence throughout my life had been constant inspiring and graceful Karen Chammas London
DeSantis flies two planes of migrants to Marthas Vineyard; Karine Jean
"Brandon Tatum is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blacks up with Candace Owens and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the officer Tatum show. I got so much to talk about. Today I want to hit on a few pointers. When it comes to Ron DeSantis, governor Abbott sending illegal aliens to Martha's Vineyard and some of these liberal self proclaimed sanctuary states. Now, if you've been watching the news or paying attention at all, you will realize that there were illegal aliens who were sent to Martha's Vineyard. Now, if you don't know what Martha's venue is, just imagine a place where all the wealthy people have their guesthouses and or vacation homes and Obama lived there. I'm sure Oprah Winfrey got a house there. All of these mega millionaires and billionaires have property at Martha's Vineyard. I would argue that it's an exclusive location where only wealthy people reside. Now I'm not going to lie and say I don't know people that live in Martha's Vineyard. I at least know one person that has a house in Martha's Vineyard that they don't even live at most of the time. So you can imagine that they are a billionaire. However, the ploy by desantis and governor Abbott sending some of these illegal aliens to multiple locations, I think, is petty, but I'm here for the pettiness. The only way that these people are going to get a taste of their own medicine is when we start being just as pity as they're being. I find it quite interesting. That they cry from the mountaintop. We need to, we need to have immigrants. Republicans are racist. They don't care about people. These people just looking for opportunities. And then when the opportunities are presented to be provided for by them, now it's a crisis. People in Martha's Vineyard network and you probably have to at least be worth several $1 million to even have a place in Martha's Vineyard. Remember all the stuff people are talking I don't let them in the border. No, no, no, let them stay in your vacation home. You're 15,000 square foot vacation home that you only visit for three months out of the year. How about you let their legals alien stay there? Remember when you were talking all that trash about president Donald Trump saying he's a racist for not wanting people to come over here. Oh, now it's in your backyard now you are concerned. See, because I think it's not fair that the ones who are advocating for open borders the most are not affected the most by open border policy. If you look at it, you say, I mean it does illegal aliens coming through Texas coming through California. Coming through Arizona, many of them ended up in Florida. What are the chances that they're going to make it up to Chicago? What are the chances that they're going to make it up to Northern California? Some of these places, they're going to settle in a place that's closest and most conducive for them to settle in. And you know who's going to take the burden of those issues, the taxpayer. Where do you think these people go to school? When they bring their kids over here, where do you think they go to school? They ain't homeschooling them. They're going to school with your kids. And then when the teachers aren't getting paid enough and they're burdened to the bone, why do you think that's the case? Because we got an influx of people in our country that don't belong here. And we really don't have the resources to take care of them. Man, you think they're not bumping and grinding and pumping and sweating. They haven't kids too. And they having a lot of kids. You think they weren't contraceptive. You think they may not say that other word. You think they're doing the Afghanistan like Joe Biden? They probably are, because. They did. They may not say it. Y'all know what I'm talking about. They're removal game is on trash mode. So I bet you a $1 million they're having a lot of kids. And where do you think they go? When they're giving birth to children, they go to the hospital. And your insurance, or if you don't have insurance, you paid out of pocket for the birth of your child and your second child in your third child. On their 7th kid, who do you think is paying for it? They don't have a job, many of them, they don't have jobs, they don't have a social security number. They can't get a wicked work anywhere. A lot of them are working under the table. They don't have insurance. But that pregnancy that high risk pregnancy is 40, $50,000. Who is paying for it? Okay. I'm just wondering where you're paying attention. Are you awake? And I'm not saying in any form of fashion that we should be mean to people. And we should hate people. How dare you want to be in America? I understand why you want to be in America. However, we can't just let everybody come into America. We can't just let everybody do it. Let me just give you an example. I gave this example at a university that I was speaking at. And I said, you pay
'Torment of hell:' Ukraine medic describes Russian torture
"A volunteer Ukrainian medic detailed Russian torture to a congressional committee Julia is considered a hero in Ukraine and goes by the name Tyra The first 20 days of this war I spent in marable which was held then she was detained I spent three months in Russian captivity Perhaps go to a lawmakers of torture by Russian forces In mothers arms A 7 years old boy with bullet wounds in my lap what does she want Designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism We recognize this aggression as a hano site Help us to save Ukraine She said genocide peyote received global attention after her body cam footage was provided to the AP Ed Donahue Washington
Police believe 3 children drowned by mother at NYC beach
"Police believe three children were drowned by their mother I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Police say three children have died after being found on a New York City beach Authorities believe the children were drowned by their mother a 7 year old boy a four year old girl and a three month old boy were found on Brooklyn's Coney Island beach shortly after 3 a.m. They were taken to a nearby hospital where all three were pronounced dead The children's 30 year old mother was found a short time later and taken into custody Charges against her are pending police plan to release more details at a news conference
Sherri Shepherd's excited to be herself on new talk show
"Sherry shepherd will host her own talk show when sherry hits the air next week With the latest Sherri shepherd was part of the view for 7 years and now she breaks out on her own She will combine a look at pop culture with real people's stories and plenty of comedy Shepherd says she asked Oprah Winfrey for advice and took 15 pages of notes Shepherd says she has also been in touch with singer actor Jennifer Hudson who is starting her own talk show on the same day I'm so excited for her because her success is
Tiffany Haddish Isn't Laughing Anymore Amidst Sexual Assault Claims
"Like that story I told you guys about the other day, but the comedians are spears and Tiffany Haddish. Who are now being sued for alleging alleged allegedly sexually abusing a minor, almost a decade ago. When I first said this story, you know, involved, the lawyers involved were like, oh, it's nothing, even Tiffany Haddish's lawyer said, it's rubbish, it's all rubbish. Well, it's not. And the other day, Tiffany Haddish finally spoke up and talked about it, this goes back to a 2014 video called through a pedophiles eyes that she made with Ari spears, and it had to do with Tiffany using a brother and sister team. One was 14. The boy was 7. And it was this video for funny or die with a girl was supposed to be playing with a sub sandwich along with Tiffany and they were kind of practicing fellatio on it. It's all gross. It's the whole thing is gross. So funny and di pulled it down, but like 6 or 7 years later. So it was up there for a long time. So on Instagram, Tiffany Haddish the other day. You actually yesterday said, unfortunately, because there's, you know, she said, clearly, this was a sketch, was intended to be comedic. It wasn't funny at all. I deeply regret having agreed to act in it. Unfortunately, because there is an ongoing legal case, there's very little I can say right now, but she didn't look good saying this. She looked like, oh shit. I'm in a bad spot. So there's an 8 page complaint that I briefed through where they were accused of grooming and then molesting the 14 year old girl and a 7 year old girl's brother, both miners at the time, obviously, and the horrible thing is, you know, there's this video in there and there's also links to see photographs of this stupid skit. And there's no parent or guardian president which really alarms me and even though the mother is acting like a mother bear protecting these kids, where the hell were you that day? Well, those two days, whatever it was. But, you know, how to just attorney was like, everybody has looked at this. Now, it's all rubbish. It's a shakedown. You know what? Doesn't sound so bogus. Now does it miss the attorney?
"7 years" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"And from that page, you can easily find the F mount projector. The easiest way is just to go to the magnifying glass type and projector and you're gonna find the 60 and 60 B projectors right there. If you've been meaning to try something different in the studio, now is a great time to snag one of these projectors and also get yourself a set of free gobos while you're at it. Everybody likes free, right? Next. In the 40 years or so that I've been shooting now I've never been a fan of mirror lenses and the new tokina 400 millimeter F 8 N Mark two S is probably unlikely to change that. If you're not familiar with them, Mira lenses are basically a cheaper way to have a long lens without it actually being a long lens. In other words, a compact telephoto lens that's usually not fast at all. And not the best quality, but they're cheap. So there's that. So just announced a mark two version of this lens, with a new optical design and integration of a team out system that the company says improves performance, and it's now available in 8 different camera mounts. Version one of those lines was announced back in July of 2020 and in April 2021 became available in canon RF and Nikon Z mounts, like that lens, the Mark two version has a maximum aperture of F 8, but the optical design has been revamped. The old version has 6 elements in 5 groups, while the new one has 6 elements in just two groups. That is quite the difference right there. Now, unlike that first version, this one has the team out, allowing for different components of various manufacturers to be interchanged and assembled. Team mount isn't really a mount per se. It's a specification. And if you've attached a microscope to your camera before, you've probably become familiar with team out because those are fairly standard there. As a result of going with this new method, tokino is able to offer this 400 millimeter F 8 mirror lines and canon EF canon M Sony E, Nikon F, Nikon Z, FujiFilm X, pentax K and micro four thirds mounts. When you look at both versions of this lens, you'll see that the new one looks the same, but for the addition of a kenko mounting system piece that hangs below it. Tokina says that the internal reflection of the team out is suppressed and performance has been improved. Additionally, photographers will be able to use this lens on various brands and cameras by simply swapping out that bottom kenko mounting piece. There are no electrical contacts with this lens and for some cameras, you're gonna need a drill through the menu system then and set it to allow for shutter release without a lens. Otherwise, it's not gonna work. This lens has a 6° angle of view. It's a 112 millimeters long for a mirrorless bodies, 82 millimeters long for SLRs. The mirrorless version weighs 545 grams while the SLR version comes in at 500 grams. This lens has a 67 millimeter filter thread size. A minimum focusing distance of 1.15 meters and a maximum magnification of one to 1.25. Now if you haven't seen a photo taken with a mirror lines versus a regular lens, you'll see why the mirror design isn't the preferred design method at all. It's subjective, but generally the bokeh isn't ideal, let's say. It's kind of unsettling. I don't like it. Points of light rather than being ball shaped or a variation thereof are circles and half moons. Items in the background, which are not points at light, tend to look like you're doing some kind of weird melding of worlds and rather than the bokeh that just falls away and isolates your subject. This kind of competes with your subject and I think that's pointless. To me, it's not a good look. But you might like that look and that is perfectly fine. As my mom always says, that's why there's chocolate and vanilla. Another reason to get this lens perhaps is you just want an inexpensive manual focus lens that has a really long focal length and a little tiny, tiny body. But a slow maximum aperture of F 8. And if that's true, you can pick one of these up for $262 right meow with shipping beginning this December 24th of 2021. Now, as you can tell, I'm not a fan of mirror lenses. You know, reflecting back, see what I did there on the past four decades of shooting and the handful of times that I've used the lens like this. I've got to say that I pretty much regret doing that each and every time. I mean, if it's 400 millimeters as an F 8, Maryland's or nothing, you're stuck with whatever you have and this is all you can afford and you really want that focal length and you've got plenty of light, then sure go for it. But otherwise, it is not ideal at all. Next. So much news has been coming out here toward the end of the year and I didn't get a chance to mention this still now, but Sam Yang recently announced its new 12 millimeter F two for Fuji X mount. And unlike many of the third party lenses that we hear about, this one's actually autofocus. Not manual. This compact lightweight 12 millimeter lens works out to be an 18 millimeter and 35 millimeter term since it's meant for APSC Fuji cameras like my XD two, three and four, and it has a stepping motor system for what the company says yields fast and accurate AF..
"7 years" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"With their crop tool, you're able to use it as you become accustomed to. And Microsoft is also included presets with aspect ratios, which are common on social media. So you don't have to go hunt down that information on your own. Something that companies have only recently figured out how to do for some reason. I don't know why. Before you had to go find out the information, type it in. Now they've got presets for you. Imagine that. There's also quick rotations for 90 and a 180°, but you can also crop making incremental degree changes as you've seen in other programs so you can straighten out your images. Now, the best edition by far is the addition of exposure sliders, allowing you to make changes to brightness, exposure or contrast, highlight shadows, vignette, saturation, warmth, and tint. Then there's the addition of 15 filter presets that change the look and feel of your images, including ones that convert your photos to black and white. Users can choose between making their adjustments permanent to the file or saving those changes as a new file, and Microsoft says that if someone accidentally overwrites a file, you can go back through the version history and recover the original file. So you're all good there. No anxiety. Take deep breaths. You're covered. This is all available to Microsoft one drive users write me out and considering it's a document storage platform. I think it's a pretty sweet thing having the ability to make changes that you would likely make damages you've already edited on your computer and have uploaded there. So basic cropping and editing is just fine. You're not going to use one drive anytime soon. To replace lightroom or any other programs, that is just not happening. Next. If you're a Mac user, especially one that's been around a good long while like me, you might be familiar with OWC. Also known as other world computing. Which doesn't at all let you know by the name that there is serious Mac related company. You really only know that if you get their mailers or you know that there you are all as max sales dot com. And no, they're not a sponsor. You know, that reminds me of how fun it used to be to get catalogs in the mail from Mac connection, Mac mall and Mac zone. You guys remember that back in the day? We're talking the 90s and the 2000s. Those are all long, long gone, but not OWC though. They've somehow managed to stick around, I think, because they make their own products and they do their own thing. Over the last 20 years or so, I've ordered a number of things from the mostly hard drives. They do hard drives super, super well. The last one being a fast SSD drive and this dock thingy for lack of a better term. That keeps my aging iMac working. It's weird. It's like it's hard, it's outside its body. Anyhow, they have a new drive out. And that's their mercury elite pro mini. This new boss powered compact, portable drive, looks a lot like it's big brother that's meant to be parked somewhere near a desktop computer rather than travel with your laptop. The mercury elite pro mini provides up to four terabytes of storage capacity. And runs at 542 megabytes per second. And it's powered via the included USB-C cable, although it comes with a tethered USB adapter. If you have a crazy old computer like my 2013 5 K retina, iMac, then you definitely appreciate that. There's no USB-C to be found on it. You know, I can't wait till everything is USB-C. I never plug a USB-A cable in the correct way the first time. Never. It's always upside down. And it's also slower and none of that is fun. This drive, by the way, supports connections with Macs, PCs, as well as iOS, Android and Chrome OS devices and sends its bus powered. In other words, via the cable that you plug in your device. There's no need for a power adapter. Yet another reason why USB-C is pretty darn awesome. I hate power adapters. Wall warts, whatever you want to call them, they suck. There's a special place in hell for power adapters. Just saying. OWC says that due to the crazy fast read and write specs of the mercury elite pro mini, you can easily use it as a streaming device or you can of course use it as a backup or work drive. Many people though are probably going to get one a stream videos and music, et cetera or maybe even attach it to a smart TV. Unlike the boatload of drives that I've collected over the years, this drive doesn't have a fan and therefore is very quiet. And that's especially useful. If you're recording video or, let's say, a podcast, for instance. Once you see this drive, you'll see how it's possible. The housing is aircraft grade aluminum, so that acts as a heat sink. And there are also vent holes as well. So yes, the drive's gonna get warm, but it is unlikely to get hot. Unless you're using it out in the sun that is. In that case, put this case in the shade. It's metal after all. As with nearly everything like this that OWC cells, you can buy just the housing itself and pop in your own drive. That's $43 U.S., by the way. And from there, your options are spinning drives or assess D the former being less expensive, but they're also not solid state, so they're not likely to last as long as these do. And even the 7200 RPM model isn't going to be nearly as fast. A 5400 RPM drive, so think storage here and not speed runs $94 for one terabyte. A $119 for two terabytes, or you can get a 7200 RPM drive in one terabyte for a 129 bucks. As for the SSD versions and like the spinning drives, these are all in the housings, by the way. They come in 480 gigabytes, one terabyte, two terabyte or four terabyte models for a 149 to 29 419 or $899 respectively or respectfully if you say it incorrectly. Which you should not. So, comparing just the one terabyte models, you got $94 for a slow 5400 RPM drive. A $120 for a faster 7200 RPM drive, or two 29 for the SSD model. Which you choose is going to depend on your needs, your budget, and of course your patience..
"7 years" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"And near silent operation. Something that's especially useful, of course, if you're shooting video. And it's all driven by a stepping motor allowing for quick and accurate AF. It's also dust and water drop resistant, but not dust proof nor waterproof. So you probably don't want to shoot this lines in a downpour. That's probably a bad idea. Now, if all this otherwise sounds great to you, the new nikkor Z 28 to 75 millimeter F 2.8 will be available sometime in early 22. That was his specific as they got for $1199 and 95 cents. That's way more specific. A pretty darn decent price though. I've got to say for a lens like this. Not bad at all. Now, in addition to that lens, the company announced that it's developing a pretty interesting lens at sports photographers might really enjoy. The night core Z 800 millimeter F 6.3 VRS. In other words, it's an S series lens. Thus, yes. It's going to offer great resolution with reduced color bleeding, and it's a PF phase fresnel lens, which allows it to be smaller, lighter, and significantly more portable. Then you would expect from an 800 millimeter lens. Although if you look at the picture online, it certainly doesn't look tiny. So I don't know what they're doing over there. I wouldn't exactly call it portable. That's kind of subjective, I guess. Now, Nikon didn't announce when this lens will be available nor how much it'll cost, but my basque gas would be sometime in the summer of 2022. And it will not at all be cheap. It'll solidly be in the thousands of dollars. And if you go to their website and look under future lenses for Z mount, you're gonna see that not only is this thing not small and not really portable looking. It certainly does look expensive. It also shows that upcoming 400 millimeter F 2.8 TC VRS that many sports and wildlife shooters are super excited about as well as the 85 millimeter a 200 to 600 millimeter super zoom and a 600 millimeter lens. None of which mention the apertures. But my guess is 1.2 for that 85. F four for the 206 hundred and F four for that 600. Now, I think it's worth noting that there isn't a future lens section for the company's F mount lenses for their DSLRs. Let's just let that sink in a little bit there. Yep. Next. I've never been a Windows guy because I've been an Apple user since the 1980s, but Microsoft does indeed do some useful things for those that are in that.
"7 years" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"You could say. I'm just a good old boy. Dip in look bad or country france. Rick this is michael berry your show go ahead but murray yes sir regards. Yes sir yes sir. I'm good meyer us beef business. We're doing okay man. We're doing okay. It's it's it's really starting to get some momentum. Tell me a little bit about what you're doing. I know ramon came out to the farmers market and saw what y'all doing and he's been putting your your beef on his pit and he says it's first class but for for our folks Only are houston folks. In some of our texas folks would know this but But for those who would use to own big texas and a big big texas north texas south and before that you owned the sherlock's and baker street pob and all those sorts of things. You have transitioned into wag. Ub farming is that right. Yes sir kind of a retirement project. I would say it's kind of a retirement project i would say I grew up. I grew up in the country. I grew up in the ffa. I grew up in. Hey i did it my whole life. It was when i turned eighteen. It was everything. I could do to get out of the country and moved to the city and When i turned forty it was everything i could do to get back to the country and I started reason cattle about fifteen years ago and I was in the cal cap business. And i just didn't have enough enough volume to make it profitable so we started raising replacement heifers which are new yearling cavs if people by To keep and grow as cows and we added that and then we added started raising quality bulls and selling colony moles and My family had been in the meat business. Our whole life and I had been given some lag. You laggy fajitas. That were raised by heart brand beast and they were the best things i've ever eaten in my whole life but i thought i gotta look. I got gotta look into this. I started looking into. There's a couple of different A couple of different ways to do it. And what i decided to do is i decided to buy registered raghu bulls and put them on my commercial angus cattle and do an f. one cross half-and-half halfway goo have angus now..
"7 years" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"About the podcast. I don't think so. I think it was pretty good. And i thought it'd be a lot worse. Go again so. I was pleasantly surprised. All right my questions first. And then i'll go to the listener questions. Okay thinking it'd be weird to end off online. I don't have that many. But there's some things i need to know. I'm brian rowe. Texted me the reason. This whole thing started was because friend of the podcast work when she was on her parents. Listen to podcasts. And her dad said like oh. What is brian do for. Maybe he said what both of them do and she knew what i did nelson keno. I don't know. Because when i met brian we worked on the same block in new york city. Which is the most unbelievable thing in the world like a couple of avenues away so know like we worked across the street. We could see each other's buildings same lunch places like so. Brian worked at time in finance. And that's what i knew. And i learned recently that that information seven years later is no longer grid log occurred five years ago. Let's the right actually over six years ago. So what do you do when you're not waiting for me to cancel our recording so i still work in finance company company. I work at. We do all distribution laura on demand content. You get through your tv. And pay per view events and all that stuff and i do financial forecasting for them. I don't know what that means. But i don't even have the vocabulary for follow-up vacant pass say they work in finance company helpful. I can understand on demand but i don't know what financial it sounds like when i talked to my brother and he's all that all right great okay. Here's the thing i never knew. Have we ever gotten engagement story. I know akiva engagement story recently. Oh i don't think. I ever told it was just so backstory. Is emily my wife. She has had this. Yeah her like a game. She had occurring dream of like getting engaged where she would walk down like this big staircase and there's michael boob liaison will be playing. The guy would be like a great ballroom or whatever and the guy would be at the bottom of the stairs. The propose so it's like that in new york city. They'll but i. I found a bar restaurant that had like a private dining area downstairs that had like steps that lead to eighty music so i set up the situation that she wanted like walk down stairs and there were flowers at the bottom the stairs leading into the private room and i hooked up speaker to play. I don't remember the somebody will remember would be playing last speaker. Then she'll walk down. I propose and my parents parents and her best friend like waiting across the street and my brother were winning across the street and then join those for a brunch right after. How did you find a restaurant like that. I did a lot of google news. Who literally i would google restaurant private downstairs area and i want like a few different places at the they and this one amazingly was like five minutes from my office so it was like super convenient to like go back and forth a coordinate things with them in the couple of weeks. So that's how i found it. That's amazing great story better than crispy cream. Sorry keeps it on hudson at clearwater clearwater hudson something like that. Let's include water in clearwater data. Oh those stairs. I've had many branches in clearwater. Never got engaged there but keep in mind if you get suppress. Oh the way she got there was. I had her best friend. Say like all.
"7 years" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I'm just thinking about him sandwiches just like you know. You're just like yeah. That's fine yep no problem easy going and i'm the least easy going person so it would not work otherwise so i am so grateful to you that you have that mentality. Because because i couldn't do it. I would have had to quit. I wouldn't have pushed you out. I couldn't find a more easy going person. Yeah no. I think probably the only time i think the most frustrated. I don't remember what season was but when we did that stupid fantasy before people really can take control of this like that was probably the worst so we would just have like twenty minute arguments about this was worth ten points or not and i was like. I don't even remember what some of the topics but that was frustrated. Fresh with that too. Yeah a brutal. Do you still have the bobblehead. The great question. I don't know i'm moves like a year ago. I don't know where it is so it might be at my office like in a drawer somewhere that i just haven't been in a year and a half but other than then it's then it's lost. That is very that surprised me for the second time like. I forgot that you had that. So i was like. Oh my god you have the novel. The story behind the bobblehead was to get the first bananas interview. I tweeted them being like. That's you got tried to get him a couple of times like an answer. And then i was like if i buy a bobblehead. Can i get an interview with you. And he said yeah. That's above like before we started. Know i would have done it by your answer the first couple of times and this time he did. That's true and that maybe that fifty thousand seventy thousand dollar figure doesn't hold up if he's like like only doing interviews people by what twenty dollar bobbleheads zero twenty bucks like it was probably like fifteen bucks ten dollars shipping or something like we get a little bit extra even get to know what surprised you the most from your religious in of your pilot podcasts and shocking revelations predictions are things you forgot. You said everything. i like. That nailed the next season. I was right on with that. S pretty good. I suspected you might have been when i listened to that today. I was like maybe i really was. I don't know. But i really don't think i was right. I was very into wanting them to get concussed. I thought that was a weird. Take softened up over the years. I don't these people to nearly die from my entertainment..
"7 years" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"To the latest edition of the challenger up we are here flying solo without our main matter of. So it'll be today. We're here discuss our seven year anniversary. So allie how you doing. Yeah i really wanted to go and listen to see like when the intro as it stands now developed. But i didn't do it but it was very weird and the music so loud over it again and out perform gray woolsey intro. What a trip it was listening to. The is very weird very wears a time capsule seven years ago. You could just hear my voice. I sound different. I feel like so so weird listening to back. We've both aged horribly vocally our votes. It's a lot of talking talking of. Yeah no it was. Why until it was very creative. You had warned me that it would be cringing and hard to listen. Do i really almost texted you. Like i don't think i could get through it but we did. We're here the the so. I thought actually the first one we do with rob is more grinchey fought. Are i like solo one. I thought it was actually not that bad. Considering that was. I think the first conversation we've ever had with each other just in the majority. It was not that awkward. I thought it was buying like. It was a pretty good podcast. That sort of the magic of this podcast. In general right is that and maybe we'll get retail the origin story. Although i have some questions about. I don't even necessarily really know how we got from you doing interviews on youtube to me getting a message from rob right so i almost sort of need. Some of those blanks.
"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Hey there lonely dogs sad eyed straight you so lonesome. He's to a stuffed unicorn for companionship and in the process capturing hearts across america workers at a dollar general in catonsville north carolina. Say the dog keeps sneaking into the store every chance he gets had had straightforward file or. He snuggles up to this soft purple stuff. Poor doggie he was he was in the store and he's like going. I wanted this. I want this purple thing is my friend. It doesn't harm. It doesn't beat me. Dooney thing to me that it was nice to up so much. The dog loves that stuffed animal. Almost like it's one of his own. He likes to sleep on. Lay on four animal services. Supervisor joe newburn. These sweet photo shared by the animal shelter. Sure did tug on heartstrings. The dog was given the name. See sue oh eighty two after the dragon. That looks like a unicorn in the new disney movie riot and the last dragon which will probably be banned here in the next couple of weeks. Who when they figure out you know disney forever. Family has already been chosen to adopt the labrador mix. I'll look bad day to find. A family will be joining that family. Just as soon as you get solomon shots and yes the unicorn goes with how about that for good feel good. Yeah he's going to go home and he's got his best friend with them all right on that note. I'm going to let you guys get back to what you do. I appreciate each one you for hanging out with us. Supporting all of our unsigned musical artists. That you hear during the podcast makes you go to profit. Radio dot com click on their social pages as well on behalf of my wife joining me on our seven year anniversary. Thanks for having me honey. Thanks for being here and putting up with me for the last hour during the podcast you add so much to the show and people out there. Probably think that you don't exist because baby min of your imagination but she does exist. She's over there and we're going to spend any time. Thanks again for hanging on us. Guys get back to what you gotta do. My name is vegan saying denied and denied could more..
"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Welcome back to make sure he'd be part of the show. You bars joe. I hard show to the proper radio. Bureau h. e. t. radio and mixing click on b. Hearn and if you want some free swag or if you wanna email me anything semi picture something photos. I have to be careful about that. You can do that at deacon at prophet radio dot com. You can email me anything that you want to talk about our share with me as well over to my foreign side. I my beautiful wife of seven years this seven year anniversary. Anybody and sappy be here. She's so happy to be here. And i'm happy to have her with me because i told you a lot of times that you know. She works long hours. She's up up at the crack of dawn and sometimes doesn't hit the sack getting to the bed till well after you offer me and closer to eight eight nine. Ten twelve o'clock hour sometimes so appreciate every moment that i have with her. Not in another seven to twenty years. Better be more than seven. Well i mean twenty years from now who knows. No that'd be like fifty years fifty okay. So fifty years mark gallagher's well. I need to be at least ninety at least ninety ninety another company. It feels like they've been around for ninety years. Is pizza hut here. sorry. I ruined that. Oh no you can't say pizza year. Ruin pizza hut feels like they've been around for ninety years now because of the whole pandemic pandemic we haven't done uber eats here at the property. Never because i don't think uber eats comes out to us now. For those of you are aware we live outside of charlotte north carolina. beautiful time. We like come marsh though and we are surrounded by corn fields. And all that stuff. We don't have anyone that delivers to us. In general we have one place and they make great pizza. Dave's pizza has days pizza pizza and marshfield north carolina. morandi travis. yep there's a free plug for both of them. They got some great food. But they're the only place. Yeah they're the only place that delivers but uber eats themselves. I mean let's. Let's say uber ubereats out of the whole equation. Tuber themselves sounds on exists. That where we are. yeah. I mean that's how far off the grid. We are so a lot of restaurants are changing their dining room experience. As far as the way we are as far as human contact and the pandemic and stuff burger king's changing their whole thing. they're going to look like Sonic been sonic drive. Throughs and stuff. Pizza hut themselves is is trying to hold on to everything as far as the takeout window. Pizza hut is now doubling down on the paper drive through With us new digitally focus version now opening and more than fifteen hundred restaurants with more to come. Now here's the thing. Pizza hut themselves had to go through this whole entire revamp of the whole. Sit down restaurants and they're still restaurants out there for you out there who don't remember. That pizza was actually a pizza building. That look like a hot like he hut tiki hut. Yeah so now. The pizza chain is announced this past tuesday. A new pickup window called the hut lane. Now come on i. I love pizza. Y'all travis does not or did the deacons now. He's a pj. Fan papa. john's papa john's pizza. It's probably my favorite. But why the hut lane could you come up with something a little bit more. Kids pete's ought hotline eight. Goes there their mojo. I hate to use the mojo or the cliche. How can you come up with a cheesier name. Then no but i like it. I you know what if our local pizza the one that actually still looks like a pizza hut like the extra. The old hut down in monroe. I'd go there. I'd go pick up my pizza hut link so no convenience. The speed without customers ever having to park their cars. I think the key is now nowadays. Nobody wants to be close to other people. You know everybody's respecting our personal spaces and whatnot. So i love the idea. Now that what you don't know. Is that the pizza. Hut was the first one to actually perfect. The curbside delivery they were. Yeah when the hope for pizza. Yeah when when the pandemic i started pizza. Hut was the first one that said that. Said you know what we have an app. I know our stores suck. I know you don't wanna give you know. The funny thing is do a little bit here. But when i was younger so my good friend of mine hermits melissa she and i we both love pizza hut and it was that we had a pizza hut restaurant that was within walking distance. Maybe a fifteen twenty minute walk from our houses and we used to go there in the summertime like maybe once once every couple of weeks and we do their pizza buffet pizza. Buffet sucks new. Yes therefore what are you talking about your kids. We were like thirteen fourteen years old but yeah every couple of weeks. My mom had a couple of bucks and he was like five bucks where he could go in like five bucks a piece and you have the all you can eat pizza buffet so pizza hut buffet. Good feces don't see act- cc's pizza noga these these species nasty but don't call it the other name that's just nasty pizza hut pizza. The pizza they had a buffet. They always had spread good good variety. I didn't like. I didn't like the best that the pizza pan with the greasy. Crusty bottom soga. Did you know that the guy who started papa. John's was actually one of the ceos at pizza hut reload and loved. Yup john schneider john schneider. Sh- nadler something like that. And he promised he's on this. These ingredients suck and then he created now he created pizza head over papa. John's created papa. John's and they said These are for the black people and speaking of taking something over something else. There is a good feel good story about a stray dog now. We we've seen stray dog. We have a bunch of stray cats here in french and we don't think anything of them you know they come in they go out catcher cats right. Yes they are. They're they're much more self sufficient than dogs. They clean themselves. Pretty much can feed themselves dogs not they take a little bit more till eleven care but sometimes when you see a stray dog and my wife is is a sucker for for stray dog. A lonely stray dog show. We had here for a while and a lonely. Stray dog is turning a stuffed unicorn into a companionship. Is capturing the hearts of americans in the process workers at dollar general in keenan's ville north carolina. Just down the road from us. Probably about two hours away. Says the dog keeps sneaking into the store and has straight to the toil where he'd snuggles up with the same purple stuffed unicorn every time. The animal control officer samantha. Lane bought the ten dollar unicorn when she had unfortunately take it to the shelter because it was causing havoc in the store. So here's a story right here. From inside. edition dog was caught red-handed sneaking into a dollar general store because he wanted to steal that unicorn not once but five times he got caught. Well now the dog and the steph unicorn are looking for a forever home..
"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Do you help them. What do you do. yeah we have you know. We don't wanna get hurt. So we feed and water them and try to get them to go on or we come in the house and call the border patrol. Well that's like doing a stray dog thing. You know if you feed a dog a stray dog. It's gonna come back all the time. So i'm sure if she feeds these these immigrants or migrants. Hey stop at xyz house checkpoint. Whatever yet and there you go. But i mean can you imagine and she doesn't want to get hurt. I don't blame her. But i think i would do the same thing now. But let's say you call the border patrol and you know your man you're like. Hey hey here comes two guys so the border patrol because i just let us know when they they pass your place and we'll follow on when you got ten to twenty and fifty people showing up on your door. Hammam easter macy's. I need food and water and stuff. What do you do i mean. Do you roll out the red carpet. Do you put out a picnic table. Let them sit there and then go in the back room and and call patrol car. That's a scary situation. I that's what's happening and this is what's happening but jiminy cricket's i mean. Yeah that's not good. It's not good. It's not good. It's not safe for those people. Any people on both sides right. Yeah i mean shoot if those people end up going up to the wrong person and you said it right there you send bang shoot. Yeah 'cause here. In the united states in some states and some counties in some towns if you come up on my house over in texas daria. That's why they're not going to house over in texas that's why they're crossing over new mexico. I know. I'm sure. I'm sure there's some kind of law in there all right guys. We're gonna take one more quick break and we'll come back with a little bit light and fluffy my wife likes us. The pizzas stories. We got to touch on that. You listen beacon live right here property all bareback i. I'm a big believer in dreams and what they mean. I had a dream the other night. Battling a tire and a bit my foot. What does that mean. i don't know triangle. Four one one on iheartradio a lot of what dreams mean and their interpretations follow them and like them and share them. That's trying to go four. One one podcasts. On iheartradio listening.
"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
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"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
"What happens. The average western consumer of coffee chocolate beef palm oil and other commodities as possible for the falling four trees every year per person. many is Wildlife rich tropical forces Research has been calculated now. Destruction of the forces can cause both climate crisis and plunging wildlife populations. The national ecosystem are raised for farming. The study is also the first to fully link high resolution maps of global deforestation to the wide range of commodities imported by each country across. Why all right. So here's the thing so you think us in the united states drinking coffee over in the uk chocolate consumption. In germany chocolate consumption is important driver for deforestation of the ivory coast and guana beef and soy demand. The us and the european union china result in the forest the forest destruction in brazil. So you see what i'm saying. So coffee drinkers or the united states. Germany and italy are significant cause of deforestation in central vietnam and research has shown while timber demands in china south korea and japan results of tree loss in northern vietnam as well as wealthy populations of the country. The us has particular large deforestation footprint. Of course we're the big guys. We're we're the big fat cows. Everything on our side being the main importer of a wide variety of commodities from tropical countries including fruits and nuts from guatemala rubber from liberia and timber from cambodia. China bears the biggest responsibility for deforestation in malaysia resulting from imports from imported from palm oils and other farm produce. What they're saying is that all these countries because we want all this stuff. Each person is responsible for at least per year. Four trees four trees four trees. So it makes you think a little bit you know when people say oh say the planet this. Save that i. It's that's that's kind of want to contribute to deforestation deforestation of at least four trees from my perspective that we are here on the planet. We're and that's why. Are we going to mars. Why are we going to other planets. Why are we doing all this up. Because we're ruining our resources. And and when i say ruining our resources there's been movies about aliens going across the universe to attack our planet because they want whatever our water and our air exactly completed. I heard a comedian the other day going. Hey we've sent shit up to mars and we're looking for alien life forms and we got these big old cameras and we're looking around. What have aliens aren't the same size of us. They're like micro microscopic and meanwhile the rovers going over and going. Nope nothing here. Meanwhile they're like christian. Everyone kelly right. So speaking of killing us nike themselves have settled a lawsuit with What's his name. What's the guy who made the hotel hold on. Hold on the article. So i can get it all together. A little gnaws ex you remember him that you who nauseous right. Yes i do i. He's like the old town road so he has. He has collaborated with streetwear. Company called mischief m. s. c. h. f. on a pentagram sporting shoe and all six hundred and sixty six pairs of shoes have been sold out since monday now. The diverse product according to the rapper. Little ause x. He also swears by custom nike sneakers containing human blood. Shot little nauseous from the old town. Row artists is collaborating with streetwear company. Mischief i see h f on a pair of what they call satan shoes. Satan shoes only six hundred. Sixty six pairs went on sale on monday. And the controversial kicks are apparently modified nike or nyc depending on what side of the country. You're from air max. Ninety seven they are decorated with the pentagram pendulum pendant. Sorry and referring to a luke. Ten eighteen a biodiverse about satan's fall from heaven each pair sold for how much holy smokes one thousand eighteen dollars a pair pay that for those. Let me explain what's going on here. So what's happening is now. Nike has no affiliation with the shoes themselves. What they've done is sneaker heads are sneaker pimps would call they take this brand of shoe like if you take my little my boat shoes right here and i fancy him up and i you know i'm orlando magic. Fan fencing orlando black and white black and white and i'll put my favorite basketball player on their dennis. Scott and the number three on there. And i'll sell them as a boat shoe. Bass boat shoe with orlando magic. And the shoe i bought for twenty bucks is now five hundred and something dollars. Because it's got dennis scott's name on it not only that if i'm an artist and design these shoes then issues are going to be a little bit more like the unique little gnaws has done. He's he's teamed up with the mischief company and they've taken six hundred sixty sticky airmax max ninety seven and teamed up and made these shoes and by the way they said. Human blood has been dropped in the the snake. The sneakers also contain one drop of human blood drawn from members of the mischief team. That is just creepy to me. Well actually they haven't a little bit more and it says no it's fake but here's the thing. This is not the first time that human blood has been put into something and made available for sale. Now think back to when you were in the seventies oh. I'm sorry. I wasn't even thought of yet. You weren't even thought of yet. You know the kiss. I do all right so kiss. Are you familiar with comic books. All right so comic books themselves kiss had a comic book out and the band members. There's a photo of them. All take pricking their fingers and putting it in the in the ink of the actual that was going and it was a drop drop per million per million per meal leader whatever and the book sold comic book sold not just because the blood was in there but it was. It was a drop. It was pissed itself. How the the thing that made everyone go. This is gene simmons. Gene simmons in here. Now what if you were to scrape the ink off of that and like clone someone you get some kind of you get like The amazing thing that you can do a science today. I mean you all you need is a teeny tiny microscopic little pin dot of whatever thing and you know you take the one clip of the of the naked like take that and build out build the rest of the dna from there so people you've got the kiss coming book and you you take a little piece and you you go to clinton and all of a sudden you've got peter chris and you're like shit. What the fuck drummer. He sucks. all right. We'll come back. We'll dive into we'll get into light and fluffy here and then we'll let you guys get back to what you gotta do. You're.
"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
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"Or a week for us to get it out there. I mean free nights outside you can cut and paste and printed shirts over to my hand side. I have my beautiful wife of seven years now. My wife amy. She's joining us. She's we've taken the week off. And while we get our floor sanded here on the franchise twenty some odd acre france where we have horses chickens and all the stuff and we're living in rv down by the river now one of the things. My wife bought me why. I bought her a couple anniversary gifts for anniversary. And this year's copper. So i got a picture of a horse. It's made out of copper. Its three dimensional. It's really cool. I haven't gotten anything yet. I think she forgot about it. Didn't it underway as to be made. Its custom how long does it take to make a copper picture of myself. That's not okay dammit. Trying to guess what it is. You are gonna find this. It's something that you look at almost on. I know definitely a weekly basis face. No all right well because i. I'm so good you guys. I can't wait till he talks about it next week. I'm smarter than average bear. I guess what you what you got up your sleeve. He won't guest thing all right so one of the things. My wife got me for christmas. This past year was a telescope because we had the whole trifecta as far as like the three planets lining up and we were outside looking at it and it was like man. That's cool and you know we had our cameras out there now. The cameras are cell phones. No one has a camera anymore. That business has gone right down the shitter because cell phones and so i'm like ooh be cooled look at the planets but one thing i do have a my phone outside of the google maps update. That's coming out. Is google earth where you can actually put your phone and look up at the sky and see like the google earth or google scholar. Google sky sky google. Did google i apologize thank you. That's why i keep your so you put your phone up and you look at google sky and everything's kind of cooling. You're like wow look at that constellation that constellation so my wife bought me a telescope. It's one of the telescopes that you can actually connect your phone to it and you can use the lens on your phone to look through the lens of the telescope to look at whatever that's coming to take a picture right awesome so now there is a new moon. That's coming out. See the worm. It's called the worm or worm. I guess i don't know if the worm it's called werm super moon. Loan this guy this weekend so this weekend coming up. Can't wait. see the worm super super moon glow in the mark sky this sunday. You won't take it from there. The moon will be the fullest at two forty eight. Pm eastern time on sunday after sunday afternoon according to nasa. Okay hold on to forty eight pm. Forty eight pm. Has the sun gone down then are right. So that's like in the middle of the day rate. I don't know how the heck we're going to be able to see. This will be the years. I super moon meaning. The moon is slightly closer to the earth and therefore appears bigger and brighter in the sky. The war moon super moon is the fourth brightest moon of twenty twenty one according to earth sky. And that's that's the app that i have. Earth is earth sky artist. Google sky earth sky might be the organization that tracks this kind of stuff. I'm so in the hindu month of foul guna. This month moon marks the holly festival according to nasa which celebrates the beginning of spring. Actually excuse me not to not to correct you but it's it's pronounced holy h. i. So say oh hollie the holi festival right okay. Sorry all right. So the native american tribes in the south call the march moon the march. Full moon the worm moon because of the of the earthworms the earthworm casts soil Let's see soil that worms digest become visible as the ground thaws. Okay that makes sense. Other native american tribes have different names for the moon mart. The full moon in march that still relate to animals according to western washington university planetarium website so that should be cool. This sunday. you we have the we have the whole property we can go out there and hopefully. We haven't used a telescope yet. I haven't figured it out how to use a telescope yet. What it was this past sunday. Oh yes no we yes batch yes we did it. We would have been the twenty eighth because this upcoming weekend is april fourth. All right everyone. If you've taken a picture of the worm rune please email back and people. Email me the picture. Your picture of the worm. Moon go to deacon at proper radio dot com. Email me your worm moon pictures. I love to see it. I would too. I mean apparently i well. I pulled the latest article. But i got excited because it was talking about the holly experience or the holy spirit issues now in florida central florida. They have something called the holy land. Which is if you're not familiar with florida orlando itself. There's theme parks. You have universal studios you have is a venture disney world seaworld and all these other parks now. There's actually a place called holy land. Which a lot of people. It's it's a sore spot in florida in central florida because it's a theme park but it is tax exempt. Now this is. This ad is a sore spot for florida right so this has nothing to do with the holy land. This is wholly spelled h. O. l. i. And it's a celebration in the hindu in hindu. So right here baby wanna read When is holi the hindu festival or the hindu festival of colours holi is celebrated in the the first full moon day of the hindu lunar solar calendar month which is usually which usually falls in early march. Holy is also known in some states. As dull jerk data dell. Have you said it. I went to school with him jetro or dalai. Purim purnima the nepal us the in nepal. It is known as the fog. Oop para nima purnima Wow i know our words. I've never pronounced before. Sorry people big words. Yeah the arabic words so the history of it is what started this is. I've got a friend on facebook and he's just an average millennial chubby bearded red-headed white guy and he's celebrating all this. He's got like all these different foods and in my house we have this. And i'm like okay james. That food looks good. But what made you eat this food while he's married to a woman who's in who's hindu and so they're celebrating the whole hindu thing and here's a little video for everyone to watch and the way you see. This video is gonna profit. Radio dot com. Click on deacon live for every podcast we do. We also have a matching video as well and watch their i now. There's not guess. what so. Holy soap sorry as well as in india holy is a also a public holiday in nepal and south african countries paulie was originally festivals celebrating the start of spring. Today's better known. 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"7 years" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Will never eat or sleep again without answers. And this is johnson. Carbon kept tweeting about Gotten an answer back right so here you go yep so This is from square so after further investigation with our team that Closely examined the image that closely. Examine the image that appears to be Accumulation of cinnamon sugar that sometimes can occur when ingredients aren't thoroughly blended. We assure you that that's all that no possibility of cross contamination with shrimp right. And then there's a whole bunch of like seth rogan says. Yo man that's that's shrimp. Ct krung soon so here. It is actually gosh. Those are those are shrimp tales. So here's the thing at the further investigation with my is the shrimp tails you weirdos. He's holding it in his hand and they look like exactly like shrimp tales from tales. Those are some tales. So here's a person here who is a what does this word right here. By carson carson knowledge est and this and she studies crustaceans. Crustaceans i so hey. I studied crustaceans at the natural history. Museum in la those do look look a bit like shrimps Tolson and european Tail or totally love to take a look at your specimen under a microscope. We might be able to extract dna to confirm it species or if it's indeed cinnamon sugar so these people are now reaching out. So it's getting you know here he is. He's like going. Hey i've got these cinnamon toast shrimp tales in my in my hand. And everyone's like oh and they're going cinnamon toast. Crunch is like none of those those. Aren't there there fried something else. Okay if fried something else. I'd like to know what the fried something else is. Absolutely so now everyone else's chiming in. I'll be buying sentiment so it goes on. And i know i'm sorry but i'll i'll post all this on the decline section of the profit radio website and you can see. I'll show all the pictures. Now here's the thing so now it gets even further into debt so they found out cinnamon toast crunch. Says we'll send you a self ourselves addressed stamped envelope. I want you to put the tails in it and send it to us. Hack now man and you're going to get rid of it. Well he said. I will but i'll send one because i've got to and we'll keep the other one for myself so a couple days when by no mail no letter. No nothing. two weeks go by. He reaches out again and goes. Hey can you send. I still haven't gotten a letter yet. What's going on. They said we're going to send a fedex. Certified envelope to your house and i want. We want the shrimp tales. Or whatever you know. The fried share another week went by. He's going you know what. Now i'm taking it to a laboratory. Any actually took it to a laboratory good and so on and he's still waiting a according to results that come out but here's the other thing so as i go through all this you could see. He found all this other stuff in the bottom of his bag. He said there's like a look like floss in there. And this is the browns. Take on the. Oh god if i ever by again you better make sure we inspected before you know what we should do what i do in my bag. Torito's i always see. I think my bag of doritos shadows and open from the bottom. And then i can look down inside and see the dead rat and then i throw the dead right away. Because that's it's caesar meyer. I'm kidding doritos. We love you.
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"Bags. Yes that's exactly what i said. Well why and i said well. Who's in charge of this joint. And she's like well. Thomas whatever his name is i go. Where the hell's thomas whatever. His name is well here. Let me add this to your pile mma scheduling conflict. And there's no one here. Okay hold on a minute. I know bay in your in your business alone. Not a manager on duty. Someone has to give the goat and bite the bullet and go in and -absolutely absolutely so i said the latest on what's going on. I said she was proud. She had a very snarky very very charismatic. And goes us ladies are handling it and go okay. Fine no problem. I said how you handle it. She's like I don't know but we're handling it. And then i said you know what you should. Do you ever been to cosco. I said they have. I seen nice packing out stuff all the time here in the store. And you got all these empty boxes. How bring the empty boxes and throw them up front here so we can throw her food and something in it so at least put it back. Put them in the car as you unpack your car him. You know put put boxes and you're right. You're load up the boxes exactly. You don't have to do it right then and there. So as i'm carrying on this conversation i see the crowd of people on the next line over like going. What is he talking about. Go on the lines are getting long. I'm just sitting here talking to the head cashier. And she looked at me and said you know what. That's a great idea. I'll be. I'll be right back and she leaves now because i'm ocd dod cd if it's in my car and i've scanned it. It's painful so that point. I stopped scanning the car. So i'm going through the groceries. And i'm going to scan it and throwing it right back into. Here's my sausage right back in the car. Here's a block of cheese right back in the cart. Here's the thing of Back in the car you know. I'm just scanning right back in the car. So i'm i'm walking out the door and i find i actually find like one of the other self checkouts further down. There's like a rogue stack of bags. I just grabbed him. you know. Twenty of them ran out to the drug. So i'm going onto the truck. And i'm putting everything into the truck and i'm like going packing stuff. I'm throwing stuff in the in the bag and putting it in the truck on my going vitamins. I don't remember touching those. I don't remember a scanner. Those oh my god. I've got three things of two hundred some pills and by thirty dollars worth of fucking by go. I don't wanna remember scanning all these gallons of milk or juice or hat. Food half food on the bottom so needless to say they had no manager. They had no bags at the walmart and screwed up. Checkout methods totally screwed up on like my rhythm and everything. But i think i walk away by accident by accident by accident. Fifty some odd dollars worth of free food somewhere. So that's that's what happens item in vitamins and it's the most about him is for you so you all right when we come back. We'll dive into the show and we'll talk a little bit more and my wife. It's a it's a pleasure and an honor to have it here in the studio. I don't get to see her that often and we take them this week off to celebrate our anniversary and so next week. Unfortunately we're not going to have a show because my studio now turns into her office so as soon as next week ladies and gents of next week and as soon as we get done here but this podcast we're bringing up all her she's got like i said fifteen monitor. She's got more monitors than i do. Here in the studio.
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