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"ace station" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

07:54 min | Last month

"ace station" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"One of the most compelling sections in the book that I found was how you used the stations of the cross as essentially a roadmap for the moral life. I'm for us that whole moment when Jesus meets his mother. For. So many of us, my particular life, it really is council, but it also is taken to keep us going forward. In the fourth station. Jesus. Meets his mother it. We see her grief at such a deep state, and of course, we can even imagine what she was thinking all that she knew about the conception of her own child and the origins of this child is divine. Is, truly, keeping these things in her heart, but her grief was visible. Paradoxically the fourth station for US I believe when we're meditating on our own moral conversion. Is that people are grieving for us. But they are not grieving. For us in terms of are dying physical dying. In a strange way, many people will grieve for us in terms of the fact that we left them behind. When we are motivated to leave our sins behind, we don't just leave our sins. We leave community of people that we send with we leave them behind as well, and so this is why it's such a difficult stage in our moral conversion because when we come to a point where we say to our friends will I'm no longer going to gossip just to take a rather common understanding a common experience of sin. These people will then ask us are you a religious fanatic not fun to be with anymore why have you changed just fill in any sin that you want and these questions from our friends are questions of morning of grieving where're you going? Why are you leaving us? Why can't you play anymore? Why can't you be the person that we used to have fun with and? When they define fun, they're basically saying why can't we send with you anymore and so they are grieving death? Yes. They're grieving the death of our love of ice while they are still loving device and this is a very difficult transition for us because we think well, who will be my friends down the road what community will I have after i? Leave this community of ICE Is this even to that extent in the Gospel where Jesus says I have come here to set father against son mother against daughter that whole idea that you may even have to lose your family because even now? So many of us have the vices whether it be gossip or gluttony or just painful inflictions that we do upon ourselves it can even go back to our family to turn away from that behavior and turn towards the moral life that crisis calling us to. We do have to make the stand for Truth and yes, it may mean that we leave some people behind. The marvelous activity of grace though is this. That in our witness of leaving vice behind, it actually might be the catalyst for our friends or our family to follow along in this conversion. In other words, they might be thinking well, if the one we used to enter vice with has changed, why is it that I do not change to? It might be the occasion of hope. So in fact, if we hang in there and continue on our moral conversions toward truth, we may find that the very people we thought we were losing will join us in fellowship and communion later on down the road, which of course, will be part of the great joy of of entering the moral life that we in fact have not lost our family our friends but are very witness to truth drew them along after us and we all had communion. In the end but in this communion, it was going to last because it wasn't a commune based on our love of Vice. A communion based on our love of truth. As, we grow in the spiritual life on the moral life. Maybe it's because we're Americans as you spoke of earlier that we privatize our religion or our faith life so that allowing others to help guide US or allowing us to help as though the help of Simon of Siren. That we turn away from that because somehow we have to do this on her own exactly. This whole absence of the Christian community in our moral life is is a great scandal and a shame. Even, as we are leaving people behind perhaps who are not yet ready to join the journey towards truth and virtue. There are many many already on the journey. Those, at your local parish, those who want to assist you like Simon did assist Christ with his cross. And with this type of assistance when we're vulnerable to it, we begin to think well, maybe with this kind of help. I can make it out of ice. And maybe it's memories will not be as compelling as I move into a life of virtue, but we need to cling to our friends in Christ during this dangerous journey because so much at stake because we know it's so much. It's very easy to go back to a life of vice where we found initial comfort. How can that next station of the wiping of Christ's face? How can that help us? We'll here we have the great empathy of the Christian community where we actually meet people who are so present to us that they actually a minister to us as symbolized by the wiping of the face that they care enough for us to lessen are suffering. When we experience this, we are experiencing the hope. Of of what a life in Christ can be like a life in Christ can be filled with people were called to lessen are suffering to have empathy with us. And our responses. Thank you. Thank you for loving me enough to not take the cross from me. But. To assist in carrying this cross whether it's to Simon or it's to the woman who wiped Christ face. Christ and ourselves are saying, thank you for loving me enough not to take the across from me. In other words, we understand that we must walk this way away from the painful allegiance we had to vice. So that the new life can open up and we are so grateful for Christian companions who allow us to enter the suffering because they love us. Enough. To, see us through the suffering because they know the suffering is aimed toward this new life of moral living. On the ace station Jesus is confronted by the women who weep for him. How does that affect us? In the station with Jesus, reaching out to the women of Jerusalem, even as he's on his road to death. This will occur to us in moral conversion path as well for life doesn't stop during our time of suffering in difficulty. We may in fact, find that as we are moving from vice toward virtue and the life of holiness that many people will begin to intuit are change and they will begin to come to us with.

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"ace station" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

08:53 min | 7 months ago

"ace station" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Okay in place of Monday reading while we're quarantined. We're going to bring back our intern. Maybe someday our colleague William Football our son our son. We're going to do some deep dives with billy football on Mondays and place Monday reading so this should be fun. We're GONNA get our learn on. We told billy whatever you want to whatever you want to dive into. We'll dive into his. Well Billy what are we starting with this week or you mentioned the other day if we put everyone into hibernation state for two weeks that we'd be able to stop the spread of Corona in end the pandemic so you referenced an article that also the same take by Donald Gene. Woo Woo I. I just went on the record. He stole my take so he actually wrote that. After I said it I just wanted on the record that he actually stole all of our take from after football season every year. We just want to hibernate until March madness So the the his quote was if it were possible to wave a magic wand and make all Americans freeze in place for fourteen days while sitting six feet apart epidemologists say. The whole epidemic would sputter tools. Anyway so I looked into this our a first things first. There is no known cases of natural human hibernation. They've been working on this for space travel for years because they want to put astronauts hibernation so they can like not use any resources and just like they sleep fall asleep in wake up in another planet like a year interstellar. Yeah Okay what about Terri? Schiavo she What we'll dive into that later. But what about when you blackout? If you just get really really drunk for a long time. How long have you blacked up? I don't know because I was blacked out. So basically a hibernation states you have to slow your metabolism to a fourth of the rate in your heartbeat. Just beats a couple times per minute. So there's a lot of cases of mammals in colder climates hibernating over the winter so hibernation is only in a state of Kohl's that they started hibernating so animals zoos hybrid. Oh so bears in zoos. Don't hibernate wars and Zoos. Don't high rate they have plenty of food in water in warmth. They don't hibernate. Be exhausting though like as a bear. That's gotta be in your natural clock that you get to spend like three months out of the year just napping. Well what billy saying is it's the other way around that it's not the hibernate out of necessity. Not Out of like what they are. Yeah I agree but it's also like I shit out of necessity but sometimes it feels good to go take a big shit. Rice put bears. Why not hibernating? Because they're just eating in warm the whole time okay. You RECYCLE THEIR HOOP IN P. While they hybrid. What do you mean? Recycle DON'T POOP IN. They turn it into more carbon carbohydrates approaching while that highly. So does that mean that. Their stomach just operates more efficient level or do they actually Christian. Your body just wants the shit they it goes the digestive track but then somehow it goes back around the circle snake eating its own tail. That's incredible and pissed too. I just assumed they just pissed their pants all winter. They don't because like the scientists don't caves in find no nothing. Please try your pants. So but the thing is only female bears with cubs hibernate. Bears aren't actually the best hibernate. There's everyone thinks they're the best but there's actually other animals there's other forms of inactivity knock confined to cold weather months. This called Ace station which is done by a lot of reptiles and frogs and some lemurs in Madagascar. So if we were to do it it'd be in the warm weather months Technically aced Weights who's the best hibernate? I think Actually have to go actually not I kind of got sidetracked on bare facts. Because I heard the poop was like let's see these guys that's why we're good bareback. Bare skin is really black. Underneath the white for I knew then. Yup All the well-known could facts. Grizzly bears are fast as a racehorse color regular bearskin. I think it's I'm not sure also black. I think that'd be cool when it can't if instead of horse races you had bear raises put so my question for you. Billy is it would be very cool. How long can they can? They run as fast as a resource on. Imagine they can run as fast as a racehorse for a hundred meters though they can reach speeds up to forty two miles per hour in strint spears level. So long can they. Can they go for Tyler? Show guy looked at. They're probably sprinters Yeah well here's another fact. Black fight back round. Lay Down White. Say Good night so look say it again. That's fantastic back. Brown lay down white good night so so bear your fuck. You're absolutely fat of Blackfriars Bitch. You black where you actually want to fight back will make a lot of noise. Get Big and be like. Let's go buddy black bears whenever you see like a direct chapin videos. That says dogs Brian. It's like a little Pekinese that chases way a barren somebody's backyard. It's always a black bear and Brown. You're so grisly berry just GonNa lay down and pretend you're dead within polar bears. They're also scavengers so they'll eat dead things too so you're screwed got it that makes sense so yeah so that's actually really good so if you see us probably just WANNA run honesty. Just I have no idea where house there are South could you? Could you get dressed in all white and blended with the snow on the scene caller? I'm not too sure maybe. Just dig in the snow. Okay Borough Hibernate. Dig Right in the snow. Okay we'll get a bottle of Coca Cola and then they'll smile and wink at you. Another attack polar bears have never met Penguin in the wild. Oh different is a different Where Hake go ahead happen? Hank happen whenever you want. No yes I see you see you. North Hake Albert get in. There was no four himself. Which was which hangings aren't south correct? Yeah they love the Sun so that kind of ruins like a lot of I feel like children's books and and cartoons like polar bears and penguins just kicking it together. Yeah I remember. There was a far side cartoon. Did you ever read that one Where there is a polar bear on an iceberg wearing a beak like with a string around it and he was eating all the penguins one by one and I remember like two people wrote letters to the cartoonist was. Actually this can't happen. And then he puerto fell was one of them. It was absolutely dermer. Vote Yeah Yeah So. Male bears are called bores while females or called sows which is like pig terminology. So I thought that was interesting. That is interesting. This is another. This is kind of been circling the Internet. But one hundred seventy five pound black bear once eight. Eight pounds of cocaine died. We two hundred and seventy five pound black bear. That's a small better. Yeah eight eight hotter crazy. I didn't know they made the craziest part of that story. Is One hundred seven five pound bear not the eight hundred pounds of cocaine and my mom was like. He had like a hundred grams of cocaine. Eightieth Graham that killed him or screw question to eat eight pounds so there is turns out there was like a lot more like. There's some drug runners dropping stuff into the woods and then the The Da Lewitt's trying to find a drop drugs in a dead bear with eight hundred pounds of Kolkata's so what we know is that a bear can handle one hundred. Seventy five pound bear can handle at least eighty seven point five pounds of cocaine. Yeah Black Bears. Party will when if a bears Moose. What about the one wrestling? Great get the flake going Would about I fucking love cocaine. We're kind of bears that rally this bear. Well hanker you learned underwear aches nude. We just saw his balls just put his balls on.

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"ace station" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"ace station" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Ready to vote or the next president of the United States. Whoever he or she may be presidential candidate Bernie Sanders? Got Everybody's attention in October of this year with the announcement by his team that he'd had a heart attack requiring emergency surgery to remove a blockage in his artery two stents replaced in their Bernie Sanders. Sanders is seventy eight years old. And many Americans wandering you know one is hard trouble in a seventy eight year old candidate me for the presidency. MM-HMM EISENHOWER AND LBJ. They both became president after they'd had heart attacks earlier in their life former Bush vice president. Dick Cheney had four heart heart attacks between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Two Thousand Joe Biden has had two brain aneurysms that was back in the late nineteen eighties. Joe Biden Seventy six WCHS Bernie Sanders had doing a better job these days of listening to his body managing his time. He is still near the front of the twenty twenty presidential rates October the eighth. US Gymnast. Simone byles broke the record for the number of world championship. Medals won by a woman metal number twenty one eighty five was awarded at the artistic gymnastics world championships in Germany. BYLES is prepping for the Olympics. The Twenty Twenty Olympics and Tokyo next last year she is twenty two. Simone says this will be her last Olympics October. Eighteenth NASA astronauts Kristina. McCook and Jessica Moore made history by completing the first all woman spacewalk. The two women spent seven hours outside the International Space. Ace Station Morgan. On a power issue in October California became the first state to ban all animals for products it is now illegal to sell donate or manufactured new for products in the state of California clothing handbags. Shoes anything made with for some. I'm exceptions made for native American tribes. Furs used in religious practice says no surprise legal hunting California also banned. The use of animals like tigers and elephants in circuses yet. Another bill prevents the slaughter of horses or hunting. Bob Cats the laws go into effect January anywhere I twenty.

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"ace station" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"ace station" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Of years and helped design and build a mess itself Having that knowledge here at JC has been just super super helpful to us to be up to be able to go off and design. This helped build the mockup for us to be able to go often in using these training events in tool design events I would call them in the beginning and their innate knowledge from that is what helped us be able to figure out the exact works that they wanted to be. And when we first Brian. I'm sure you remember when we first started this many years ago we were actually in a different location on MS itself and once the in the Smart Mba folks got together with the smart engineers that knew about ams itself. We determined that was not going to be the best location for Navy crew member to access what we needed to get to so they went back with the folks at Cernan really determined another location. Okay this new location will also give us this access. Would this work from An. Va Perspective. So Brian Steam. Anyone often they figured out what was going to be the best way to access that and we went running from their here. We go here. We are yeah here we go I know you said you said you working with teams that are sort of local youth have to work with teams. Kind of all over Did you pull some. I'm trying to think of another case scenario but one that comes to mind naturally is Hubble was their knowledge pulled from from those servicing missions. Absolutely so a lot of the fasteners. So we've got to remove there's a lot of fasteners that are just normal fasteners. He'd have maybe not at home but on an hardware on the ground that are not compatible so for bolts. What's that we plan to remove during spacewalk? It has to be captive right. We don't want it floating away so generally spring loaded. They've got clip or some other means to keep the bull captive even when it's released from the hardware that using so for this hardware. None of that was built in place. Because I didn't intend to do it right. That was one of the things that was I think I can say a large part of the work on Hubbell where they removed a lot of fasteners and some of them even tiny tiny fasteners. So we're able to leverage that and US news We call him. Hubble heritage tools to capture these fasteners so They've got basically a bit with a fork at the end that you're able able to scoop under the head of the faster and under the Washer and actually capture that fastener as you're backing out of the the hardware see. It's details like that. I find absolutely fascinating because you just hear like oh it was meant to where it was. You know you were meant to service this spacewalk like batteries right. Everything is is kind of designs signed so if human hands were meant to go service it but when you get into the details of why this was not designed to be serviceable. It gets really complicated. Okay because you're talking about these tiny little things that flowed out not only the tiny and hard to work with. But you gotta do it this bulky suit with these bulky gloves now that's where the challenges come for you guys for sure. Yeah and you you know some of the other differences with Hubbell. I what I would focus on from a program perspective is shuttle or I should say Hubbell had individual shuttle missions designated. You know this is what we are going to do. Launching this shuttle mission so that we can go up and repair Hubble man a whole army me of folks behind them and rather larger bucket of cash to whole from to be able to go off and design all these great new tools and events training all these things that they needed from a space station perspective with a lot of other priorities going on right now in a space station we live and breathe and work in space every day of the year and and So we had to balance those priorities with the priority of going off and being able to repair the MS So our group of folks was much smaller that we were able to leverage against this problem that we saw in front of us and our bucket of money was smaller so it was a real challenge from the team perspective of really looking at this differently and saying how can we go about this safely with a high opportunity for mission success and to be able to repair this item and really increase our knowledge of physics for for years to come. Yeah it was. It's been a really unique challenge for the entire community resource wise staffing wise. Definitely those constraints also like you mentioned. I mean this is on the International Space Ace station. I guess. The difference with show with Shuttle going to Hubble is that that was it it was shuttle going to Hubble this thing. There's a lot of things happening aboard the space station. The crew busy there's launches and landings happening all the time so not only you know finding the you're limited resources to work with this but finding the opportunity the timeframe where you can actually do it. That'd be challenged liners certainly have a big challenge them with these next series of battery. EPA's and like you mentioned all the comings and goings to station and all the other great great science at station is doing as well. So it's a balance balancing act to be able to fit all these things into the limited number of hours in the day. Besides the fact that the crew they live there right they have to eat. They have to exercise. They have to take care of business on station. So it's just like being at home here. We all have things we have to do at home. You have to balance that workload. Glow that's right. They're doing a great job so really looking forward to seeing the schedule and in the coming weeks. Well let's rewind the clocks a little bit. Let's go back to you you mentioned Four years you mentioned four years that you've been working on it. Take me back to the beginning when this first became something that we started talking about. Were GonNA look at repairing the alphabet next but trauma so you might remember About four years ago we did a space walk. Were part of that. was we saw a big blanket on. Ams so they were having difficulty difficulty with Thermal conditions at that time and The blanket was kind of their first step in troubleshooting. They thought it was just something. And how how. The system was designed something they didn't anticipate so we did that. We install the blanket on the whole Port facing side of ams and we also installed A smaller we called it a tent but a little tent blanket over a very small radiator probably about the size of a Like a lunch bag at that's and and It was very soon after that where The MS folks were looking at their data still and quickly realizing that. That wasn't accomplishing. What they I thought it was going to? And they realized they had a bigger problem at that point so They started looking into it and it was really on the heels of that space walk when we kicked off all these discussions to to replace the whole cooling system. So that's what was wrong was the cooling system and there's a series of four pumps that are on the two different channels in the cooling system. There and the pumps were having issues Started failing will pretty much one at a time -serily as they would start the new pump. One pump runs at the time and a pump would run for a while and see some issues and eventually three of the four pumps have failed and really the fourth pump is on its last legs. They they run it occasionally. They're able to get science when the pump is running. The system is being cooled So we're hopeful to go and bypass that old system. We cut into the old system and install the new system on top of it and then we'll provide them for new pumps to last them the life of space station. Okay it a lot more science out there still. Yeah that's and that's a kind of a key driver of of this right. I think if I'm not if I'm not mistaken. Ams was designed for a three year lifespan. However it's getting some really valuable science and people recognize that and WanNa continue that so this work is really to extend the life and keep that going right? WanNa keep collecting the data guys job to do that. Pressure no pressure okay so let's get into what's going into the Nitty Gritty of Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. And why it's a bit more complicated so so you start taking off You know you realize there was this issue. Four four years ago the pumps aren't working. Okay where do we start. What is wrong? How we're GONNA fix this thing? What were some of the first things you were doing? Yeah I we gathered the team. You know we got the FDA experts brand was a part of the blanket install so he came on board and of course the MS Project Office that built and designed was in support of that whole side of things to get launched on the shuttle. We brought in safety and Tools engineers that built tools in the past. And I'm real familiar with and we just started started brainstorming with that team and really looking at the wooden mock-up a very vague structure that we had Amazon and a lot of powerpoint presentations and things was just start brainstorming ideas. And how we were going to go about. What is it we needed to do? And then how we would approach it from an MBA perspective that's interesting what is the TV A va.. Perspective is I guess I'm trying to think of the elements that that would happen. Is what tools do you need. How much time do you need? What angles are going to be the the best? Not only I guess reach what you WanNa reach but then not bump anything along the way. These are all things that you're considering. What can you hold onto? Can't you hold onto. Yeah Okay Okay so I think how we're GONNA get there. Are you approaching the worksite. robotically or they climbing on the hardware. That's next to ams came we install a foot restraint grant somewhere near it to get the crew member to where they need to be so it was much broader than just the EV operations community. They had to bring in robotics and other folks so there was a lot of a lot of people to talk to and then just starting to identify requirements. And how. What was the base tools that we needed to build? And some of the first ones were We have to install handrails we never going to remove all these non captive fasteners. That Brown was talking about that. We brought in to help And then where are these handrails GONNA go. What would be the best location for that crew? Approach this worksite. Okay yeah that's GonNa be one of the top things is actually getting simple. Of course you just go to the worksite. Well worksites already designed for us and we're tested on the ground and launched this time around. We had to do all that work with the hardware on orbit and created. Okay so I guess number one would be access you want you want access to the Msu want ways that you can actually reach what you want to reach so naturally actually handrails would be one of those things and a handrail. I guess is just. It's just something you grab onto an a dozen pull. Anything were affect anything when you're grabbing grabbing onto literary that's number one All the loads underneath it right. You can't stick a handrail on any old piece of hardware. It has to be able to sustain the lows president suited for massive via crew member can impart into that structure below it. So you don't want them ripping the handrail off the side of ems that would be bad so the MS engineers. Here's how to help with that. And Denna fine those locations of where we could put the handrail and then. Brian seem had to go off. And say you know what that's great but we actually need it over in this location. Because that's where the crew is going to be from a worksite perspective and then the tools engineers would go off figure out. Well we see the structure that's available to us. How can we create an interface? The meets all the loading concerns and allows the crew member to be able to handle the item itself. See Right there. That's where it gets super complicated right because you have a need right. Hey Brian you wanna you WanNa your need is I want this handrail to be where it is easiest to actually complete the task but the scientists saying no. It's going to you know break. A A certain piece of equipment is going to is not going to be able to handle the load of the person that's actually putting their whole body weight on that. So where do you find those happy mediums. How do you how do you work with those teams to make.

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"ace station" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

52:33 min | 1 year ago

"ace station" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"Yeah not asking. We'd never make it. I'm not i mean i'm not blood. I'd have to say good gone so i was like i'm not asking you go deep dive and listen to all the historical fast spokane show vampire like at a farm. Just suck in all the cows but i know it ends tasty but we're having fun here so i was like look. I'm not asking asking you to like be a fucking wrestling nerd and deep dive but like if you could just get to the point where if i wanted to watch old piper for you could sit through it with if i get you there and she's like okay. Why show me one that you you would think like show me a match that you'd think would be great and i was like i don't remember which one it is. I put on but i wanted. I just search for shawn michaels because like she because every woman loved the heartbreak kid kid like she'll think this mother fucker has just like as your mom did ravishing rick road south throwing the shaw mark. Was this month for garage here. He's daddy all right because you know ambro amro call cheeseburger burger died like that's her thing. He comes out and he's doing the fucking. I know i'm sexy. He's doing the sexy nancy. She's like yeah. No he's daddy. I get it and he but she's not really getting in because there's a little a little boy but she was but she she was like no. I get it like i can whatever and then all the twenty year old ban and then all the sudden here come all of a sudden. It's a it's. It's a roll rumble. Rumble situation and here comes out and she goes who is worse fucking razor ramon. Ah yo y'all know boy so. I don't know montmelo. We read his house watching summer. Slam this week. Me and andy went over there. Is that what it's called summer slam yeah summer saying he had on. We were there in this <hes> other comic i can't her name was more solid marcella. Marsala sala is a sauce chicken marsala doing good workout person who remember name she would hate me. She was like thomas she like raise your mom when she was little mike went and got a velvet painting that he had in the corner the his girlfriend would not let him put up of razor okay. I have a similar thing. That's the end of the story is that she was. She goes who the fuck is that it was like word as like over shawn michaels you and she goes are she goes looks like she said and i quote whoa he looks like he works on a telephone pole and ringgold and i was like you coulda had that guy by the way if you'd want it to she has and it's a memory that she tells me right but anyway she didn't want to leave them forever. She goes. Why don't you ever fuck and talk about this guy. I mean i i do. I said you remember when i went to fucking double or nothing that pay per view you that jacket. I came home with that. You said don't hit and she goes. That's that guy own your jacket because all she saw was me coming with fuck and purple and yellow jacket and it was like sequins of his face yeah it fucking adds his essence pitcher him no it no opposite of male now. She actually does love the jacket but like opposite of mary. Thank thinks she saw the jacket. Fuck this guy but then she saw him. Come in with the toothpick and do the whole fucking shit and she's like honestly she's like. I wouldn't be embarrassed to be around the jacket anymore but like that's her and i couldn't. We've talked about on the podcast before about how all of her daddy's could not be more different than maybe like. Yes sir the foot will sasso mohur top daddy yeah but like so anyone that's not a fat bald piece of shit. I know and i get that. She just likes people but with higher humidity. What you hear me yeah go head on the memo atip yet here. Oh memos top one. It's like yeah he's super hot and he's super famous that makes sense but that is a type razor. Ramon is the white trash jason momoa. He absolutely is back in his day. He was all he was also. Jacko's built the same at the same hair arc. He's got long hair. He fucking talks like a cuban and he ain't he's hilarious. Mine mine a look. I went through rough patch and dropped out of community and the moral of that story or not anymore but the best part of that story to me is the moral of that story is never mind. She will if i if we're in their if we're in there and i really have a hangar corey's marriage and morality play. If we're if we're if i have a hankering to watch wrestling when we're together as long as i go hey a <hes> scott hall and shawn michaels had one of the best ladder matches of all time. She'll be like well. I mean if reser amounts going to be there. You know i'll watch it. It's like i've found that real name yeah and so well because in the w._c._w. He had to wrestle as scott hall slow. We shift between razor. Ramon is owned by w._w._e. And i had to explain point that too. I was like if we're watching w._c._w. His name is scott hall but if we're watching w._w._f. His name is razor ramon but like it's. I've got her in a little bit but i feel like there's other the wrestlers that there are probably gonna hit for her too but probably not ravishing rick rude but she's into. She's into razor ramon. My heart katie have a wrestler. Now i mean you're not into we're not i haven't ever watched even saying he wanted to get him and you said you want to get the boys into it yeah and like i think this is not really moving onto a._w._s. She's an a._w._s. Remember name. I've seen a wrestle. She's she's on. She's on the main card at all out. In chicago leveled up my mic says into it as you know he's he was telling her level and up how like she's gotten over more and she she can play bill and she was on the undercard at a and i can't remember naming. I'm so fucking story about the match she had it was it was a it was it was a pags attack. She used to be in tag nash. She turned on her partner and this was her and her partner going after each other and they were both great physically like it was the best match they they had great. They have great hotspots and this is going to be a shameless going to seem like a shameless plug for w but what i was going to say to you trae because you said that you were. You said that you were wanting to get your boys back into wrestling and like admittedly w._w._e. When they went public they had to shift to p._g. In the product has just not really hit that much so what i'm saying is not to say is like i've tried to watch it with the boys the new stuff but they don't get into it and i'm sitting there wondering like is that is it just it just admitted even people in in that industry like the it's just not because when when w._w. A went public like they were when they became a publicly traded company. Their stockholders like demanded do p._g. Like go degeneration. X couldn't be a thing eighty w which which is new and what's great about what's great about a w is is that if you got into it with them right now they are literally in october will have their first show so you can get get in on the ground floor. You have to do no catch up yeah so and it's it's not they're not a publicly traded company. They're more p._g. Thirteen they're more akin to the older days. When i say older days i mean like the nine attitude air because it's right up attitude era. They're taking all these dudes from new japan and all japan a. and stuff like that and bernanke about not knowing your fucking audience and that's that classic corporatization of anything right but that's not what you think about who the primary mary demographic is for pro wrestling. It's like middle-age bowie. I don't nothing hits harder for young boys. Don't cope flipping people off doug and bears and bucking look into problem is to have it's not knowing your audience. I think it's wanting to expand into a diff- also the problem. I fucked that the problem is in my opinion is that it's not like yeah that stuff appealed to kids and i think that some of this w e stuff does appeal to kids but it doesn't ah also appealed to their parents which is like toy story the other thing that lonzo right to where you want to take your kids to see that because you fucking enjoy it so the reason their products succeed like the kids are watching the parents aren't getting into a thirteen year old boy won't also be into like in johnson really hits your mate and he's went beyond with he was the last of the current version of this like clean cut all american wrestler guy. That's out there. I'm not saying a twelve year. Old boy won't dig that but i know he position this show no he. I use johnson because i had no other frame of reference but not john cena whoever the guy is right now i'm saying i'm sure he does hit for twelve year old. Oh boys but every twelve year old boy on planet earth warns them to tell you sucker asked won't save up our circuit and flip and people will in the ball twelve year old boys yes. Yes and i wasn't bringing up seeing him because like i was china like you use it but like i wasn't trying to be like okay but i'm saying seen it did. In was the clean cut guy. He didn't start out as way more attractive in the world where not everyone is clean cut hook. If you got all you have to have good hey lip and people off. You have to have to suck your dick. Yes drinking beer then. John cena is like coup but also have a hero. I completely i agree with you about has picked a wrapper no sewing. I'm seeing how he no. There is one but whoever he is it's it's like he doesn't have any adversary. That's what they've done. They've kofi. Kingston covy cases new hero. He is well. He's not jamaican but he moved here from jamaica when they've gone that route like basically yes but like the shit doesn't have an accent what they've tried to do is make him the hero and he's railing against what you're playing. The problem is when they went page. Those characters like if you're cohen's you're the biggest face in the history and when i say face i mean baby face which means the hero character so back in the day when you had hogan he he was the johnson john cena tied zach the reason that those dudes were able to get over like that is because they also had gone up against the iron shaanxi can the big van vader and he was all orange lake on twitter like hulk hogan was always pay g. and johnson and those that would always fit into this model. They have here problem. Is those those they're they're all like that. In order to have a great baby face you have to have a great he'll be back in the day they maidstone colder baby face because he was able to go against kane who is a literal demonic fucking solis as your joke is like the undertaker dudes like that they can have that because then they also had bad dudes coming in there who literally seven people on barbed wire and they can't do it anymore so i if everyone's the good. It's like any fucking story. If you have to have a goddamn troll you pay the toll aalto. Yes and to bring this story full circle. I think what i'm hearing man. All you gotta do corey is grow your hair blue ponytail b. six four and of some dissent that is slightly darker than pale white race yourself up. You can do all that may start out with throwing your hair. Grow your hair ponytail. I don't understand what you're saying right now but i'm ambers into razor ramon award at right now. We're going back to that. Yeah you're right. That's how he started. No you anyways my point was is that because awa right now is not a publicly traded company. They have heels roles like that like they're going to be able to do things like the attitude era of w._w._e. Is and if you get your kids into that now it's your on the forefront and this is fucking fucking shameless plug so in october. They start t._v. until i said one t._v. Or in october starting october they're going to start on t._v. And you'll be able to jump right into the story. I'll give it a shot there. There's us should be a manager for for them. I think it'd be a great manager. I mean there's no by the way i i would have to like. That's still a fucking huge skill but i think because of my years in performance i could learn the ropes of it and that's something that i'm not in any way trying to take away away from great managers of the past or present <hes>. I saw a guy when i was watching summer slam. Who is the manager for <hes>. What's the guy who went to m._m._a. L. paul hammond d- brock listener. Call aim who i've seen when i was younger he was fine. He crushes it a manager and i'm saying there's a skill involved and i know that you're trying to respect the game but buddy i think literally tonight you could crush as a man who think this job is putting sorry ma'am right right part showman. The reason that a guy like brock leser has a man for he's not a talker yes but i'm not and you're going to turn this into making making fun of me. I'm numb park showman part heitmann and then second fiddle physically absolutely you. You have to visit the manager. The manager hit he'd just wrestle yeah well. He just fucking. Can you take someone's back. It's like everyone moves it. Which is what they want. Because vince mcmahon is the greatest he'll in wrestling history jack to like the hype man sure what what i'm saying. It has to be a hill. I literally think conrad. I know you're not listening but if you are thompson i don't <hes> hype corey up because he's at need me too new often corey forrester day one. We'll be the best manager in wrestling agree with history not wrestling history but currently really there's no one you couldn't top today well. I appreciate <hes> the the unfortunate thing for me. I suppose an a. w. and how wrestling has gone with the managerial aspect of less of they everyone n._a. W is a good talker and i don't think needs a manager like when you when you associated manager with semi hi it's like we've got this book and paul baran tiger. He talked. He has to say you've got. You've got this brock listeners not a promo guy like he. He's not a good promo. Believe there's a guy out there. Who's a physical specimen. Gotta stutter. Maybe maybe shah david joy david joy one of our favorite authors authors. He's six foot four great wordsmith because he's one of the best office in america but he hates talking in public. I could talk him a great manager. You'd be a great mentor and he'd be a great fucking arrests. I think you would be club that david joy his wrestling possum man he wrestles in jean shorts speaking of speaking wrestling and altercations yeah i was. I was about to get into this so <hes> this is by saying that my my mai ma you know is classically the top. It's like i live in the city now so she's in fear worrying about. Even though you live right yeah you know she's i. I'm going to get mugshot whatever literally because i live in the city and i try to tell her that yet may ma i live in like it's the most suburban fuck tuck in a show once at least him well. Listen to lacy is the roman heaven like back in the greek guy type thing. That's where that's where should i thought john is what they build. Atomic also was russell crowe went and gladiator movie siham. Did that like flopped but i'm saying the reason it was called career. Mom the reason it was calling the movie was because of the etymology of the word to begin right but it was a movie about all the poor people live on earth and all the rich people live in space ace station type thing for t._v. Show you for you on h._b._o. Kids who do so anyway. I try to tell me mas like no believe me. I live in the city but it ain't like that. You know drew lives on a good day. An eight minute drive from my house. It's to turn turn right on buena vista and victory and then i go go down and target to george house. It's eight minutes away and this man stays getting carjacked shift and stuff all the time. I don't understand it so tell hillis was happening. Literally the store your happened six minutes from our house so even rec center by the y._m._c._a. Where i go in no hope the arts district. We're like nobody's gonna bus grapefruit fight. Well my my point. The point i'm attempting to make is not that six minutes from my house is the hood. 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It's not gonna hit it as much as described as to. How big is he. He's probably my high. Maybe a little shorter. He's super thick. He looks like he played fucking linebacker in high school black black guy what he could have been puerto ricans probably twenty year at fair enough. He's probably twenty eight. I if you call a guy alabama he's probably they're white a guy a black. No i hear you i was trying to be whoa didn't sound like that offering. You'll make a puerto rican go to stab. Everybody knows i the mexicans alabama but they don't go by alabama right so this dude. He's got a bum knee. He's got hurt. He comes to the gym. I guess he didn't i. I don't know if you don't have a job or if he's not busy today he comes jimmy doesn't play he shoots and he talked shit people but he's funny and he's kind of he does hit buddy. I i liked genuinely liked this guy so much and partially because he liked me like he would make fun of me but in that positive way one time man is do this dude. Shove me like like like i would like people. Were very good at that. I don't have an example yes. They are gonna shitting on you but at the same time right now one day. This guy got shoved me there because i had scored on him and he didn't like it and then i you know when he tried to like whatever pump me even though i'm a white and five foot ten i was like whatever they score again and then he tried to show me again. Keep shoving me until you hit me. I ain't do shit but if you want to punch me punch me bitch the fire right now. Stop acting like a child and so he remembered that and he'll this is what you're talking about. He'll hide me up by shitting on me. He'd be like this. My plus plus. We bitch huckabee. Bitch mitch is playing flag football one time and i made this catch like this fingertip catch. That was absolutely insane. Outta my skill set for especially the time of my life that it was an this black dude it goes god damn look at this fat ass odell beckham and so like he called me so this guy remembers. I think it makes fun of me for like being too macho hit for him and he would call me point guard and again. He didn't play a lot like he because he had this bum knee that he ever told me him shoot around and talk. Show would go up when people do that. You're like come on. Oh man. You ain't that come on you're sitting here. You're talking should there but he would say stuff like i used to bus at guy's ass and he just seemed like a sad has been that and he would tell people like when i would play against people you bet it. Y'all better put some good on him. He ain't gonna score but he makes the team better and i was like my chest would puff out of it. That's exactly what i do. Actually i'm fucking point guard and i'm making a team better so like we're cool and we get along so that day we're playing against him. He starting to play and for the first time in my life somebody who does that thing where they talk a lot of shit but like they're kind of a has been but he backed it up. This motherfucker has half court range. No i'm talking about. He shoots eighty percent. I'm not exaggerating from three if he's open all the way back almost to have court. It's unbelievable if he's on people's team like his knees still ain't right. He can't guard like it used to but people would be like don't leave leave him so we're playing and he complains about ever call. You never stops talking. You never stops sees complain about every call. That's the alabama and by the way i'm like the guy who can calm down just like that's what's going on in this game like you'll complain about one call and i'll be like we'll give you that when the next combat like come on man like you saw that blah blah blah and he's like in his his mind. It's like he's like is reasonable so cool so we're going through all that they win because he hit four three pointers which when you're playing pickup. I don't know anyone knows anything about pickup basketball. Most people play two and one now every point counts as one but if you shoot a three pointer counts as two three pointers that was when i was a kid which makes three pointers worth more than the aren't or an actual basketball because now they're double a regular shot right so this dude is a killer and no one's gardening and i'm like you gotta fucking guard guy and i feel like there's respect between us and i. I know what happened at the start. They got started so at the end of the game they won. He's still arguing with this kid. Who's on my team who i know from their rowland rowlands was like seventeen and like every seventeen and he's got a mouth on him and he's still talking and this dude's talking it is cool but like an i'm genuinely trying to break the tension i go this man. One got every call and is still complaining and what i think happened and i'm not sure about this. Is that the white guy. The black guys cool with tried to like shut him down in front of other black guys and that was the start of the tension and you're coup ooh but you're not gonna like so. He was like you want in your fucking like doing that whole thing. It's still not weird. It's still just like kind of john basketball back and forth and then he's like. He says i'll mop the floor with you and i'm like alabama. I know you will look at you man but like why are you saying stuff like that and he goes. I'm a christian jim was that made me laugh of course because he just said he was going to beat me up and i go through christian but you beat me up. Y'all his is is changed. That's all you said. You're a christian but you beat me <hes> yes now. I'm acknowledging for a christian by the way that i know. I know that very don't hit for them in trae i mean i know where you're coming. You're trying to victim no. I don't want you to get stabbed but i would like to know you know. I i have acknowledged. We've been john back and forth. I'm not saying that during the game if i hit ain't right but i understand i'm not saying that saying he should stab drew but i understand it and i'm not saying that during the game if i hit a shot i wouldn't like yeah you know alabama. You know i hit that shot. I'm saying dan when i did that. He would laugh. He hit four more than me so so no. I'm not. I'm not trying to pretend like i'm not an antagonised to him. I'm saying hits for him. He even said to me when i woke up. This is why i had that theory about is cool for you to talk to me but don't interrupt me. When i'm talking to my friend he even said to me and i quote he said me and used cool but don't come up to me when i'm talking to my inward not hard are and i was like all right. You know whatever and i go okay okay. I'm just saying okay and you got ever call on you win a game and they're still complaining and then i'll mop the floor with you now. He didn't say that when he said that. I didn't think he was actually going to fight me. I still felt like that was was a part of this and i still believe that it was. I'm telling you shit changed. When i went you're going to be his is change and he goes yeah. I am here comes. The inquisition goes. I kill for god and i was like i don't and then he's talking alabama crusade looking at me but but he's doing something he's back i didn't i didn't even i didn't think i was like okay man. I'm not like i'm sorry to get a knife. He unfolds it and it's big and it's one of those hooked noses almost like a buoy knife. It's not a booming but it's yeah is it enough are bo enough now. It's yeah so he does that. The people that one i totally i've heard it both ways in my life. I've heard it looks like bowie but it's actually pronounced boo the people ooh see the knife. Most of them leave my whole team that just lost lift like rapture. People don't see the knife of course like they don't know. They just think talking shit his team. Have them see the knife and this is how good shooter this motherfucker bruise. They don't run away. I mean we know we still got next. I'm looking i'm looking at it stabs his cracker yala woody allen. I'm looking at it and i can't fight or flight didn't take over man. I feel like i felt nam in retrospect how far away from you physically when he told the nine ten feet are because dude in by the way i was three feet from him. I thought we were talking shit in a jovial manner. I started to kind of back up because i was like he's getting tired of me when he tells you look. I'm talking to my inward and you ain't about this. I'm like okay. They didn't want me involved in this conversation. I'll kind of leave but he's still john me. I'm so jonah jonah him. This is the guy who i call coach and he calls me point guard literally like i always call him coach because he's always giving people instructors. He's calling me point guard and the reason i said the fact that he's a vet it was i'd known because dude i saw him at a coffee shop when i was kate kate an uncle cake kate. That's my nickname graham. She's a comic like this <music> out so anyway that all happens and he pulls it out and he says well that and i can't say it the boat up on him. I'm like but like you bu but it didn't feel the way that i expect. I didn't feel freaked out. I really you what i think. Maybe i'm too dumb arrogant. I still i think in my head not consciously but was like doing stab me had a gun pulled on me and i felt literally literally the same way it was it was surreal. It was like this is only ever happened in movies now a screen shot from a new story that said in quotations it says what what are you gonna do stab me and says quote for man stabbed yeah right but here's how insane i am trae. I literally said almost basically that he had enough and i go. What do you do. Kill me what is happening. I said it just like that and he goes. I kill for god on god. This is how i'm still a comic in my head. I go kill for god on god really nee- goes yeah and i was like i'm leaving cert. The walkout it turns out he will not kill for god. I'm leaving. I go to my car almost my car my friend rob who was in apparently found this out later that day <hes> step up to <hes> bright dance and kicked a knife out of the motherfucker know he's one of the leads the ordinance instead. He ran away because you know he's got a career and a stunt double so we're in in the parking lot and he goes. I don't know and i get to my car and i can't explain this and this is the part where i know you're gonna make fun of me wasn't ego. This wasn't like fucked it. I'm gonna in their fight him. I wanted to never be near him again but some pardon me was like this like i played ball here. I'm not going to run away away from this motherfucker and i know he's a vet. I know that this p._t._s._d. Shit like the public defender in you came out it was that and it was also some pride cried rednecks you again. I wasn't gonna fight him. Which is both for you. I think a pop the trunk enough is yeah. I didn't get out enough. I got a the tire iron out. Now the piece that you hook in and you swivel stuck it in my pocket. I went back in the door. They were still playing. They were already planning the next game came next and i sit down and i'm sitting there and i'm like you stab of your pride and i was like this isn't bad. I'm not embarrassed that i ran away from not fight. I i played ball here. I want to continue playing ball here and i'm not gonna let this new bully me and then i started thinking. Why are all these people cool with this well. That's i was gonna ask at whenever whenever there was what the what everyone else was like doing while this guy literally pulls a knife on you as everybody else to stay in their the holy shit sitting on the bench most most people in my team who saw lift they saw it all out by at least five but unlike new he's gonna get stabbed when he's sitting on the bench and he pulls it out and keeps low between his legs who had august third on getting stabbed yeah. I think most of the people behind him didn't know at all not to come out yeah so when i sit down do this seems like something like somebody's gonna so. There was a airport iraq okay so there's that that we're about to play the next game. Do you know what i mean like you know if you know i'll be playing basketball but if i was there playing basketball and i saw i saw do pull a knife out and then he goes back on the court and like my team is up. I'll be like fuck that like no. I'm not playing this motherfucker. He put in the front pocket. He had on jeans jeans and brace like i call him coach. He put it in the front bucket. He had like some of the hip james the zippers on the front. Try to put in the pocket when he's sitting in the side dudes. It was garden saw that see that's crazy to me and i don't know if that's like you grow up in a different way. I don't know man here's what i do. I sit down. There's odor black couple there. One ornament played on my team. He was like forty but he played team and his girl was with him and he's like you need to call the cops. She's like and and this was weird. She was like out of one of apologize on behalf of him. We're not all like this and i go ma'am. Thank you for being sweet but like i don't think he like. There's no reason i he he ain't all black people to me or whatever right and she was because i like on the one hand if i was playing basketball back in salona and we had black people solano if whether it was a black or white guy that i knew if i knew they had a knife in her pocket. I wouldn't have thought twice about that. Either i really i really wouldn't have but if i had just seen that person threaten another player with it then i would have been like fuck this shit so so i have a knife ain't shis honestly hailed boot somebody with a knife. No i know but he i'm an above par. Your who's got a knife in heaven. I is whatever but like so let in on somebody the next game that game ends one of his teammates doodoo works at the y. That i go to and he's like kind of a buddy of mine so i'm like talking to him and i say talking about. He was like yeah you know. Just don't guard him and i go yeah. I'm not going to guard the guy who pulled a knife on me and he kind of laughed in a way that made me think he didn't realize what happened so i played in the next game. I didn't guard him but is basketball. There were a few times it up on him and this is how i know. You're not a bitch. We get that was that was the thing but like that's insane. That's how you get stabbed exactly in the next game. I mean i'm not trying to be playing next game. I completely agree with your real went wrong. I kept it ray. That's today read could've gone wrong. You don't want to cap it different times like how would get switched on him. I stole the ball from him. He's good like you don't have turnovers. I stole the ball from him and like i thought that was going to be a thing or he also hit one in my island. I got switched on. He didn't talk shit at all. He calmed down. I'm telling y'all that motherfucker went back to afghanistan. Dan yeah for sure totally by that came sad and didn't know how to deal with how to hand probably probably embarrassed address awesome dude. He went and had a real bad time with himself. Absolutely no that is what happened now. That being said you want to hug him that but that said he yeah he did a bad thing and you should not do that thing like why don't you call the cops and honestly it wouldn't even like me thing he's a vet and all that it was generally like this will ruins now. You ain't gotta call. The cops got called a cop every time a god. Damn knife pulled out on you. Have a gun pulled on me in guns pulled up twice twice. Now one was when i was way younger and like it was just a dumb kid ryan. The the second time was i've i've i've no i've told the story on the podcast at like at a comedy club. I'd made a joke and the dude and it was it was a black dude and and you know what dude can't i'm. I can't remember the fucking joke. All i remember is is that he was in the the front row and when i made the joke he was laughing and his buddies laughing and then afterwards they came up and there was a bunch of comics hanging around and it was like made the feature the headline there were a lot we didn't know how to deal with corey's black joke or whatever and they were just like oh whatever and i was like oh thank you guys you know by. Wa we go out in the parking lot. I was like hey like they saw. Thank you for being good sportsmen. You know it's all in fun or whatever and the day was like and then his buddy comes up. He's like funky motherfucker and i'm like whoa whoa what's up and then he just pulled his he pulled his shirt up and there was a gun and i was like oh shit and then he pulled he pulled the fucking gone out. This is weird because you guys have made jokes about me deserving. It wouldn't be a bitch but i was like i don't think i do but now i get it because i feel like you totally deserve this well. Maybe but it's trying to hit no land. No i mean i think you may be right but like he pulls a gun out pointed that me and then my fuk one of my goddamn dumb ass chicken maga buddies that were not buddies anymore not ness not because of this isolated incident because but because of this is who he is person he runs up and he yells the n. word at this dude do holding a gun fran rian holding a gun at me which which by the way if you look at the situation i mean both of them are equally bad. You know someone's holding a gun. He shouldn't have said edam. Shershukov said that so i'm sitting there and i wasn't even morally judging and what a stupid fucking on. I don't even know what he's days days so do point to me. Oh boy says that she and i'm just sitting there and i it. Was that weird where you decide. What what are you gonna. Stab me where i felt numb. I didn't genuinely think i was gonna get shot but it was in my head. Just everything felt like a movie like i was literacy in things in this box and so i was just saying is cool like i'm sure it's fine man i was like i'm sorry and i said dude. I don't think that you were that matt earlier and like this is his buddy by the way the dude who in question that whatever he was it's fine. No it's fine man. He's both fuck that ain't fine and then my buddy jones e. runs from downhill he'd gone up to his car and he pulled out had a golf club out of his fucking car any runs down. I got a little everybody's got a little jones. Ian them bringing a golf club to tackle what i say it because i'm a comic and i i said i turned around. I go dude. Are you for real bringing a nine iron to a gun fight right now and everyone not everyone laugh but like some people laugh do whatever whatever when jones e. shows up it. Kinda distracted the dude and then my buddy william who is now like my brother-in-law grabbed me by the hair and they'd pull the truck used to have hair yeah i did grabbed me by the hair and threw me and brad grey my buddy brad's truck north brian divorce breath and we just hold us out of there and as they threw me in there they we squeal out and i'm looking back and the dude still sitting there with a gun and jones is still sitting there with a fucking nar and i'm like we gotta fuck and like i don't know what's going on. They go. We're good and i was like you write like that is the most important thing and that's the most and then turns out it got squashed because they're beef eighty four isn't with him and that was just having a bad night and the one it was like it just stemmed from some bullshit. He was see in like guns obviously way where he was going to pull that gun on somebody and it just happened to be me at like i didn't have and this is something that was made very clear to me. I knew it but it was like i didn't have no boys as air that day man no better safely always in my opinion almost yeah right because i think if me and that one of your boys ran up and yield the n. word the guy who was currently holding the guy fucking inside some wait. Oh my game to start his life is and when i say one of my boys please no. He was an acquaintance of a friend and we don't talk anymore not because of that but because of specifically that but because that became who i knew that he was right and if someone's holding a gun at somebody it's almost like what is an insult because they're being asshole but that shouldn't have been it why i don't know how you feel about this. I guess my thing what i was about to say. Is i cut last what happened was. He took it out of his pocket. Before i play my game i've forgotten about this and he came to put it up and he was near me and get the fuck away from me with that like i said that outlet like i'm still talking to. I do like he's rational which is crazy and he's like off. I'm gonna stab you. You're gonna know it. I'm not gonna sneak up on you. I'll punch you and i was like that's this is like that was when i was like these people who are still playing this is crazy and i went outside and the dude rob was that they're talking to a guy he hadn't left yet and that's when he was like i go. I don't know man. It's not my ego. It's just like it ain't his court and rob said certain that i now that is your think but it's fun. I don't i don't think so because it wasn't like just me. It was like this idea of there was no. I didn't feel ashamed of running away from a knife fight. It was like you don't get to win. You don't get to dictate how we all use this because exactly but but then rob say i said it ain't his courtroom goes yet his.

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"ace station" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ace station" Discussed on AP News

"The should became the my letian routed are under seventeen amid with apparent a presidential visit end funerals and broward i'm jackie quinn with an ap news minutes president trump visited with some of the shooting victims that a broward hospital and praised their doctors in the first responders who rushed them there later he met with police and fire crews who rushed victims from the school disaster funerals were held today one father railed out with grief in his synagogue the fbi admit that had dropped the ball someone had provided a tip last month about the suspect having guns and talking about killing people at a provided information about nicklaus crews potential of heavy coming his skull shooter but he didn't get to wear it needed to go a major earthquake has hit central and southern mexico was seven point two on the richter scale causing buildings to sway a spokesman for hillary clinton says the indictments in the special council investigation show would they knew all along i jackie quinn the aranka tang population in borneo has plummeted more than one hundred thousand serbs ninety ninety nine that number comes from a report in the journal current biology the report places some of the blame on the rise of the palm oil and paper industries which are shrinking jungle habitats according to the international union for conservation of nature arang a tang numbers could drop to forty seven thousand by 20 25 that's from their 2016 population estimate of about one hundred five thousand in a positive twist the new study found burning in a rang a tank's armour resilience and adaptable than thought they walk on the ground more often than previously was known and they can feed on plants that haven't been part of their natural diet the author said this may allow them to survive in smaller forest sandon landscapes where the forest is fragmented two spacewalking astronauts have wrapped up months of repair work on the international space ace stations big robot arm they replaced both hands on the fifty eight foot robot arm during spacewalks in october and january the old mechanical hands were getting old they were original space station parts built 17 years ago each hand is more than three feet long.

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"ace station" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ace station" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"A cb radio ace station with many antennas strung up in the air so basically a big base station with everything know strung up in the air that's called an antenna farmed so anyways let's talk to glade who's up next year real quick a blade welcome to drive radio what's going on well i wanted you're at where he i i've gotta p thousand burke jakoet k and i'm thinking about going up more on a super charger and hooper charter bore even one k there's a couple of different while there's one called that's the thing that made in colorado spring then there's one other company i can't remember the name opd pop my head back through protector on the pros and cons con to my knowledge and you can too little research on this on your own but the rip rip super charger for that particular political i think works the best of them all does it really is the most expensive but i think you get the in fact i just talked to a i i do some consulting for some automotive shops and so on i just had a guy that didn't install on one of those about two weeks ago that said that was the best running jk he's ever been in what about the attleboro look i don't know much about that one in they were not building those when i still had my shop so i never installed one of those we had done some of the rips early on and we had done some of the ones down on the springs and i'm not trying to be mean here but i'll go let me just say this the ones in the springs we didn't have super great luck with uh huh i that i get a couple of years and you've got rid of your shop so with the pretext out then yes it was in when we were doing you know we're doing those along with heavy conversions do in the five seven six chinese and so on um i now and in that at that point yellow.

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"ace station" Discussed on 640AM KFI

640AM KFI

03:34 min | 4 years ago

"ace station" Discussed on 640AM KFI

"And rt and sky news and cnn and since earned announces the the use of nuclear weapon says that oddly enough he never includes or falls into his monologue or harang the brutal occupation of china by the japanese the brutal occupation of the philippines by the japanese the brutal occupation of thailand an injured china by the japanese pretty much the brutality the japanese empire i guess anyone who's not japanese so there's that and then moved to second away the robust mess but the japanese wade should get a defensive war was unparalleled in human experience the japanese fought war in a way far different from france's the germans the german in the closing stages so world war two fought until they're out of them all and if they were facing brett sore americans stayed raise their hands and they said all you got me i need a new of their facing russians they say the last bola made it the japanese just died in place and the pacific war was uniquely destructive not because of anything or or any piece of of racism on the part of the united states sorry tom hanks by thus that's not how it work but the the japanese way of waging war most total war and it was from the soldier on the island all the way back to the mother holding a child in her arms on the street tokyo it was hoarding war for the sake of the emperor period final and this time nineteen forty five the united states and to a lesser degree great britain australian cetera and we had set us find our curiosity in regards to whether or not the japanese rick if the ball i'm surrendering they were not full stop this is the key text of the use of a nuclear weapon because you'll see from ucla talks a down all to burke lead to harvard professor saying that part of the reason for dropping nuclear weapons on the japanese was to send a message to the russians they needed no such mesh message the russians had penetrator the manhattan project enough that they knew the capacity of the a bomb okay they did not require a demonstration what was required on august sixth nineteen forty five was aces station of hostilities because every week didn't get the japanese to surrender and we would have to innovate their home islands and make them surrender because as it turns out customarily that's how you end wars but if there is a way that you can do it with economy without losing hundreds of thousands of your own men shouldn't you explore that option well that's where they mom was the first one and the second one so more on this in the second because you're gonna me saying this all weekend long.

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