20 Burst results for "Barrie"

"barrie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"barrie" Discussed on KCRW

"Matt Barrie, Lucinda Williams and the Brent A marker Death squad News is next from NPR. I'll see you on the other side live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying In his quest to secure four more years in power. President Trump is campaigning in the American Heartland on the promise of restoring law and order. My best notice Clear. I'm here to help you. We will bring back a lot of 100 year community. We will bring it back. As Trump makes his way to battleground states that also include Wisconsin and possibly Iowa. The Democrats are hours away from launching their party's national convention, and it will be unprecedented instead of many thousands of people descending on one city for the event. Which could potentially exposed them to Corona virus. The convention to formally recognize former Vice President Joe Biden, is the Democrats. 20 presidential nominee is going virtual and NPR's Brian Man reports trumps handling of the pandemic will take center stage in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speech tonight. Cuomo previewed the speech of his daily briefing, where he said New York showed the country the Corona virus is beatable by containing it spread once a deadly hot spot now well under 1% of New Yorkers air testing positive, Cuomo said. It says sin, there's not a national mandate to wear masks. Administration is moving forward with controversial plans to allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Liz Ruskin of Alaska Public Media has details. The coastal plain of the refuge is a place where caribou from the porcupine herd give birth environmental groups call it the biological heart of a valuable ecosystem. The area is also believed to contain Ah lot of oil. Today's decision opens up nearly the entire coast, 8% of the refuge for oil companies to make bids. It does not set a date for holding the first auction of drilling rights. But Interior Secretary David Bernhardt says that could happen soon. I do believe that there certainly could be a leaf tailed by the end of the year. Once drilling rights air sold, it will be harder for a future president to reverse course. For NPR News. I'm Liz Ruskin in Anchorage. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is ordering more restrictions on the Chinese telecom company Huawei. We have more from NPR's Michelle Kelemen. Pompeo calls it a direct blow to what way, which he describes as an arm of the Chinese Communist Party surveillance state. He says the U. S government is taking several measures. To limit China's ability to acquire US technology and to protect the privacy of American citizens. The Commerce Department is tightening rules announced in May to make sure the Chinese telecommunications giant can't obtain chips made by foreign firms that have been developed or produced with US technology. And the U. S. Is adding 38 walkway affiliates to a blacklist. Barring them from receiving certain sensitive technologies. Pompeo has been encouraging other countries to take similar steps. Michelle Kelemen NPR news This isn't And support for NPR comes from see three dot a I see. Three dot Ai Ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at sea three dot A I.

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'Ink Master' contestant Daniel Silva charged with killing YouTuber Corey La Barrie after crash

Murder Minute

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

'Ink Master' contestant Daniel Silva charged with killing YouTuber Corey La Barrie after crash

"Inc mousters star Daniel Silva was arrested in Los Angeles and charged with murder. After a drunk driving car accident that claimed the life of Youtube Star Corey Berry soul the and the Berry were allegedly both drunk when they got into the car and sped down the street in the Valley Village neighborhood of the city with Silva behind the wheel. He drove a short distance before losing control of the vehicle and crashing into a stop sign and a tree saw the attempt to leave the scene of the accident but was stopped by some local residents. Who arrived on the scene to render aid? Both occupants were taken to the hospital after the crash where? Liberia died of his injuries. The accident occurred on the berries. Twenty Fifth Birthday. The faces murder charges for the crash and is being held in custody in lieu of two hundred thousand dollar. Bail

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"So so the way I look at this story it's gonna inspire people to really chase after your ins and not give up even doesn't seem like they can make what go so I think a great example of that which really resonated with a lot of our listeners. I mean, all I mean, everything you said did but was talking about swimming. Right. That kinda he skill for someone wanting to be a seal and it would probably deter. I mean, the feedback. We got from a live listeners is that if they didn't know how to swim they wouldn't have considered ever joining. So it was really inspiring to them that you're like, okay. So I mean because it's not just like learning how to sell her something, right? Because if you swim you can drown their life industy Claire, it's like a. A skill. So it's not not just something you pick up lately. And it's you know, it's easier to know to learn things like those kind of skills like riding a bike or whatever when you're little right? That's kind of say the saying. But in your case, you you picked up swimming a bit late for for those of you who missed and by the way, missed hanging out with earlier definitely have to go back and check those episodes. But those folks missed it, would you just mind explaining a little bit about why you didn't find it daunting that you couldn't swim. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So growing up in the Bronx, you know? You know, they they there wasn't a lot of access to and and and I can growing up in general, I didn't have exposure. So they're not as women. And when I got the boot camp there was a swim test that we had to pass in order to graduate camp. And I barely barely passing. Only reason why because I was on my back, and I just fought on my back to get to the other side and did not pass. But but other than that, I couldn't swim beat. But at the same time, I had this deep desire with it to become a navy seal. I just knew that that was my purpose. I knew that. There was nothing else in life for me to do. But that now along with being able to swear I was like so that does not being it was wasn't my only deficiency. I was skinny as a whip. I could barely do push ups. And I didn't have the academic scores to be a seal at all, you know, contrary to popular belief. You can't be any the fuel yet have high smart. No, absolutely. And so. I got my first man which was naval hospital Camp Pendleton. I I just created a plan. You know, I watch a lot of buds two three or four talk mentoring videos, and we'll watch videos, and I talk about this brilliant depth in my book. But after watching the videos, I would just write out workout, and then I didn't have a car. So which is run three miles to the pool jump in the pool and try to it out the best I could shallow. And of course. And then I would run three miles back to the Barrett. You know and finally after a certain amount of time I humble myself. And I just asked to lifeguard one day that you could you help me? Can.

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"Nation's most formidable and accomplished warriors, not to mention inspiring and motivating right? Okay. So who's up on deck this week? We've got Remmy, you know, my, but Remmy he's out in California. You've seen him in the movie transformers, guess what you are going to see him on your small screens, very soon. He's going to be in a couple of episodes of CBS's show about the seal team seal team six and then he's also. So we're gonna be hitting your or smaller screens possibly larger screens when he's on net. Flicks. He's got a Michael bay movie that's dropping believe sometime this summer. So you're going to see him in that as well. And then he has a lot of work behind the scenes, he's just that multi-talented. And speaking of his talent, he's also incredibly talented writer, and for those of you who got the chance to hang out with him in our early episodes. You know, how our ticket he is to he writes, just as well as he speaks believe it or not, and it's no easy thing to do. So what we're gonna talk about today? There's so much to talk about with him. He's such an inspiration to me personally. So if you're new to historic can't, wait for you to hear it. And I'd rather he tell you in his own words, he obviously will do a much better job than I ever could. But basically his story starts out in western Africa. He grew up with a lot of affluence every possible privilege, you imagine. But. Things. There was a reversal of fortune completely unjust so unfair a good reminder of the horrible things that go on around this world. And why it so important have people who are willing to stand up to drape. He ends up coming over to America with his mom a lot of share his stories youth, but his journey to becoming a navy seal is one of the most unique I've ever heard, and I've heard several hundred at this point. So I can't wait for you guys to hear about that for any of you who have been facing some adversity in your life or got some struggles. This is definitely the episode for you, you might even wanna listen to it more than once and they'll call twos that he's got a book coming out about his life. And you guys we're getting really special chance to sit down and get the inside scoop on what to expect in that book before anybody else does. And he's also got a top tip for you on some really RAD videos that you can get you can unlock for exclusive access as well. So he's gonna hook you guys out with the key to doing that. But also talk. About of course, his life is a Siong ask him about some of the challenges. He faces out there the dangers that he went through how he handled them. He's also really funny as you guys know, so we can expect a lot of funny stories to about just life in the seal team's those personal human moments. That will surprise folks off throw him some new icebreakers. Don't you worry? We're gonna won't go. I won't go soft on him. Just because he's been here before you know, we're going to challenge him. He's a seal after all. So I'm gonna throw him some curve balls. And we'll see what he's got..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I do Sunday sentinel sermons both on YouTube and on my ID and kinda pull them from my little excerpts for my my book, I wrote called the sentinel, and everyone should definitely own a copy of that. It would be a mistake Dr to. Yeah. If not they could just you know, I mean, just to the servants thirty second just knowledge bombs, and I built a hashtag around. So they could see them all and then don't have Instagram I lump them and put him on my YouTube channel. And you know, you two and a half minutes. You're watching three are you watching five or six snippets on these Sunday central servants? But that's that's everyday survival. That's just basic street smarts. And in home smarts, have keeping your wits about you in and maintaining a level of situation aware. And so how about a mistake? So you sort of touched on don't be hasty what what are two hasty type mistakes that you've seen in your experience that are natural reactions, but the wrong thing to do. Well, I mean, you know, swatting to be that's lands in your hairs a hasty. I'm talking about this very very unusual plane crash scenario. Let's get serious. Okay. So let's get serious and talk about the plane crash again. I'm only because I think your your answers are most likely going to apply to any sort of unexpected scenario that someone has the misfortune to find themselves in right? I mean things can happen when you're camping things can happen when you're hunting things happen outdoors. So, you know, I I suspect that you're you're advice is going to apply more widely than just our scenario. The listeners are worried about. So the the take that plane crash scenario, I think big hasty mistake instantly without putting any on into without having any frame of reference Conan direction is going to investigate you know, like. Separating yourself from from the scene and and venturing out. You know without like a good plan. If let's say, let's say I'm at the crash with. Somebody who's relying on me to assist them. I'm not pay. I'm gonna go investigate. I'll be back in an hour. You know, something like that. I mean that has to be. Don't at some point. But a lot of people when they get in like, you know, lost or whatever in the woods that kind of thing. They end up putting themselves in the worst situation because they they just didn't think it through the two I two s and you survival size of situation undue haste makes waste so that haste is the biggest mistake people make when when it comes to any kind of survival situation like that. And while would it be a bad idea to go investigate because there could be a secondary explosion could be hazardous terrain between you and the incident it'd be a Christmas. Yeah. Yeah. That's yourself. You know with a thousand a couple of thousand feet between you and the earth below and you're floating through that that called air with RAC on. It's not going to be pleasant. Yeah. Yeah. I shouldn't laugh. Point very well made. And I guess also if you're not someone who's highly experienced with land Navon really well experience versed in the area. It's like, you know, they're tragedies or tragedies for reason. Right like they caused shock you're disoriented and might not be the best idea. Whether it's our car accident or the plane crash to try to be to be overly confident that you can find your way back to someone who might need your your help. Right. I mean is that fair? Bingo. And is it better to survive in a group or by yourself?.

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I like to tell people I all I have to survival as an acronym. So I the first three are big so size at the situation. Undue haste makes waste remember where you are Bank restraint panic improvise value living act, like the natives learn the basic skills. All right. So that the first two, you know, size at the situation and east makes waste, you know, really think about what you're doing before you because you don't wanna get yourself into into a worse situation that you're already in. But so. You know? And then the situation from there is gonna have to dictate. I mean, you said high altitude, you know, size situation could be, you know, stabbing foraging policing up whatever I can to make me in whoever's with me more comfortable because think immediate survival, right? So that's warm me survive if we're high out up to and it's nice. Immediate first. And then and then you start thinking a little long-term like, hey, man. We get have to get water in order to get water. We have to build heat. But you know, there has to be source, plus he could keep us alive. But the list goes on and on and on like that. But. You think immediate without being hasty boy survival situation make bad decisions because they're doing right now. You know, they're they're not they're not thinking through. They're not building ven diagram in their head. Sorry. I don't mean to laugh, but this is so smart. It's funny because you know, everyone reacts differently in those situations. And I know it's it's quite unrealistic. But I guess there was a movie recently with that girl from tightening in it. So that that sort of triggered a whole barrage of questions about worries I guess in the movie that she crashes in the mountains with a handsome, man. So she's got going for her. I ever saw that. I think as Alba in Alba who such talented actor. But anyhow, that's what really prompted this. We have questions. And I thought when we had the opportunity to have you on. We'd ask you since you're such a renowned expert in the field. So I'm sure might seem a little bit silly for you. And I think listeners understand it's unlikely that a plane crash out tents, but still better to know. They're not no, right and basic, skills, apply everywhere. So. I talked all the time..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I mean, I I like to visit those places much possible. And usually my travels just with work bring to lonzo's places. So I'll try to get there early and and see stuff while on there. What was one of the toughest terrains that you had to deal with while you were serving. Well, probably hard to pick one. But. I mean, one of my head is where we do. I selection in West Virginia. I mean, it's straight up straight down. I heard I've heard I can't validate this fact, but I've heard it from a couple of different sources if you wanna take out the terrain in West Virginia like like spread it out spread it. You know, just flat out the state. You have more land area than Texas. Interesting and heard that before that's it's extremely rugged. There. I walked once. This was extreme I walked once from salmon. To McCall Idaho. And that one kicked my booty. That was pretty tough there. Wow. What was that for just training? Yeah. Just just training. I I would lead these high alpine terrain walks every year in and now they're retired. I still do. That's awesome. So we've got we have so many listeners that love that kind of stuff what would be to places that for off the normal radar for folks that you would recommend that our civilian friendly, so not necessarily, you know, super super high Himalayas, but maybe some unexpected fines that you've come across. I I love that you know, the needles highway area in Custer, South Dakota. So you get to be. Outdoors and really deep into the outdoors there, but you also have you know, you're semi and a bunch of national monuments. There's well another one we see the. Bob Marshall, wilderness is the one I go to and in Montana, but that's not acceptable. You know, but north of that, glacier, national forest and amazing. That's spectacular. That's more acceptable to at your everyday person because they're trails in Rhode stuff where there's no trails and roads. Often the best places to be. So I figured it would be the one to know if you wanted to go the way from the roots where where would one go in the United States? How about how about abroad is there anywhere that comes to mind that you would recommend? Well, he's talking to a buddy of mine yesterday about to call in Guatemala, the ancient city. Yeah. That's really cool. And and from when I went there wasn't even access like road access. We had to take a crop duster plane. To get to get into there. And that was really neat. And because it's so on excess unacceptable. It's not overrun with with Lookie loos tourists. That was really cool. Let me think about it. I mean was it is it like super temple doom, Andy, Anna Jones or. Yeah. Like that. Yeah. Yeah. Just surrounded by jungle overgrown, you know, you could just imagine, you know, these these people building these paramedics out in this jungle, which probably wasn't much younger when they were building. Now, all it's all deep like deeply consumed by by this by by nature. It's you know, it's. It's it's becoming part of the earth. And part of the landscape is is opposed to something. That's just sitting on top of it. Gosh, that must've been so amazing to see and am rarely seen. At least like when you guys were there were there, carvings and stuff or that. Yeah. We sell. That's right. We saw hieroglyphics f- forgot this is this is a few years back. So I've gotta I've gotta think about it. But yeah, they were call our beings. And you know, several mysterious stones spires. Very interesting. People were trying to take out there. Probably tying pieces are for strategy. What have you kinda like? At the stuff. State to sacrifice. Vs for time. That's that's embarrassing. Yes time they must have been used for human sacrifice. Wrong. With me. I hang around too much, obviously. Yeah. Probably knowing, you know, the Mayans and all that tackling how about so I get asked this question a lot. But you're probably one of the best people on earth asks unlikely scenario, but nonetheless, it worries some of our listeners if you were to say, your plane crashes, and you're very high elevation one of these mountain type places, what are maybe two or three things that someone should know to be able to survive until they can be rescued. Well..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"So he's going to unpack some of that for you guys. And you're definitely gonna get hooked up with things that you won't be able to find anywhere else. Some really I'm really excited for this. This is going to be I hope I don't sound excited. I'm just exhausted guys. It's it's very long week of tactical drinking so to speak. All very professional, of course. And also just going through everything and making sure I know it's what's on deck for the upcoming years for innovation for our warriors and stuff so forgive me from sounding a little bit dire. But that's there's nothing to the fact that I'm super stoked. So let's hang out. We're actually going to call in to Pat because he's out doing his stuff out at home. Actually. So we're gonna talk to him at home. And without further ado, let's talk to Pat McEnroe. Hey, dallas. How you doing? L? How you doing? I'm good. Thank you so much for doing this. Oh my gosh. Like what an honor? I really don't know what to say. So thank you for spending time with all of us. Like, it's not every day. I mean, everyone we have on the show. Of course is amazing. But I mean, you're you so. I'm little starstruck. Also, I'll try stop embarrassing myself. I'm not sure how much Danny filled you in about we try to show the human side, you're superhumans. And I thought particularly in your case, your legend has spread beyond the community to very very widely in the civilian sector to and the super human thing, we get to see all of us who follow you. But we don't necessarily get to see the human side. Although I have to say super bears. Ing Danny mentioned this. But I seen your wife quite a few times because other operators like whenever I mean down there like that's his wife like she's about this look how gorgeous there's little a little bit of wife envy. I don't want to talk to your wife, but the guys always point out for some reason. So she's he's a legend as well in the community. So you make it down this way that yes, yes, golf course. You guys have good golf course. I like all that like nineteen thirty stuff twenty thirties forties. You know, that kind of hotel golf course place. Yup. Yup. Yup. Got we got plenty of golf here. That's for sure I'm not really into golf, but I'm into like, the drinking aspect of it and the chat. So the banter. I'm more of like a ride along on the golf gar. Yeah. I like the little they've got a nice bar there and stuff too. But yeah, I like that area. Which one did you go to, you know, I don't know if I'm so say there's that place that was built in the nineteen thirties, and they've got a little hotel attached. That's that's usually. That's where we burn a lot of those most of them have that. But I think see not whispering winds. Not whispering. Moods. You're not talking about one of the pine Hurst courses, I think you're talking about. Yeah..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"So he's going to unpack some of that for you guys. And you're definitely gonna get hooked up with things that you won't be able to find anywhere else. Some really I'm really excited for this. This is going to be I hope I don't sound excited. I'm just exhausted guys. It's it's very long week of tactical drinking so to speak. All very professional, of course. And also just going through everything and making sure I know it's what's on deck for the upcoming years for innovation for our warriors and stuff so forgive me from sounding a little bit dire. But that's there's nothing to the fact that I'm super stoked. So let's hang out. We're actually going to call in to Pat because he's out doing his stuff out at home. Actually. So we're gonna talk to him at home. And without further ado, let's talk to Pat McEnroe. Hey, dallas. How you doing? L? How you doing? I'm good. Thank you so much for doing this. Oh my gosh. Like what an honor? I really don't know what to say. So thank you for spending time with all of us. Like, it's not every day. I mean, everyone we have on the show. Of course is amazing. But I mean, you're you so. I'm little starstruck. Also, I'll try stop embarrassing myself. I'm not sure how much Danny filled you in about we try to show the human side, you're superhumans. And I thought particularly in your case, your legend has spread beyond the community to very very widely in the civilian sector to and the super human thing, we get to see all of us who follow you. But we don't necessarily get to see the human side. Although I have to say super bears. Ing Danny mentioned this. But I seen your wife quite a few times because other operators like whenever I mean down there like that's his wife like she's about this look how gorgeous there's little a little bit of wife envy. I don't want to talk to your wife, but the guys always point out for some reason. So she's he's a legend as well in the community. So you make it down this way that yes, yes, golf course. You guys have good golf course. I like all that like nineteen thirty stuff twenty thirties forties. You know, that kind of hotel golf course place. Yup. Yup. Yup. Got we got plenty of golf here. That's for sure I'm not really into golf, but I'm into like, the drinking aspect of it and the chat. So the banter. I'm more of like a ride along on the golf gar. Yeah. I like the little they've got a nice bar there and stuff too. But yeah, I like that area. Which one did you go to, you know, I don't know if I'm so say there's that place that was built in the nineteen thirties, and they've got a little hotel attached. That's that's usually. That's where we burn a lot of those most of them have that. But I think see not whispering winds. Not whispering. Moods. You're not talking about one of the pine Hurst courses, I think you're talking about. Yeah..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"That was perfect. So what was it against? It was think straight practice sport things things stream transport transport cart fractious arts. Okay. So think street train sport practice arts. Okay. And then I think you should like do as many as you can. So Brogan down is think street here, you're thinking everything that you do is in a self defense mode, when when you train sport, man, you compete, you apply these things because one competitions like quill into out, you know, fifty classes because it puts a control varmint, but a very strange one, but it still controlled ever referee. You have found these fools, you know, that next to pull out a knife. You know what I mean? So there's that controlled environment. And practice practice. Jujitsu judo, wrestling, whatever can make better all around aspect of it train it you know, Sombo. There's so many things out there that could help you benefit you, get your hands on the better. It's you're limiting yourself to one saying you're gonna miss out. And then get on top stay on top. Which I think you is that the same sort of? That's a nutshell of what you were explaining to us before. Thank you so much for hanging out with us for so long, Allan talk about being generous with your time. Those so sweet of you. We do like to also end on. You know, our listeners are always looking out for you guys and their local watering holes just in case, they bump into you. And they they always ask for me to make sure remember ask you guys what your poison of choices whether it's a coffee shop or a bar and stuff. So that they could send you a thank you. You know, the listeners are really awesome. Like that. So of course, I owe you many vats of whatever the favorite choices as well. So do you have a favorite poison of choice that you that you like to drink? Only actually only beer come favorite favorite beer. Oh, did not see that coming. From say say. That's in America. Isn't that? Is it a stronger beer here too in in England? It's like one of the strongest beers so Alkalis count content because it's actually something that's probably. It's a great Belgian beer, but if they have. Yeah. My absolute favorites Augustine her and on SABA Slater much is. It's about five point nine which is really good. It's a little bit of to. Okay. Okay. To check to check that home. And I did have one little favor to ask. You would you mind? Maybe giving a little shoutout for Doug or any of the other guys, Tim Kennedy, any of the other guys we've we've interviewed, you know, maybe just like a one sentence or two you on. Why listener should listen to that guy? Think it's kind of like a nice way to kind of for kids to see. How your support each other? It's not like competition, you know. Oh. It's kind of like for them to learn realizing, it would you be up for doing that. Anybody? I just thought whoever. Alone death. He's actually with my roommate when he was going to the Q course I finished when both for brag. But I know I'm actually before that weren't Texas now currently works softly and another branch dot company called living everything from programming, you know, Stainton stamina swimming and programming for if you want to actually waiting for special operations. You know selection. Ours would have maybe they have a program for it. So get a chance it's a it's a great has tons information. Tons of articles interviews, and he's pretty much spearheaded. Most of it cracks me up funny guy. You know, of course, Tim. I'm sure don't need to you know, let donning snow Tim Kennedy is he's pretty much made it, you know, to the top. And he's household name pretty much..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"Privy to prove to me. Why should it be jitsu? For example, if you and I were to me, and I don't mind don't like what you had to say. And you try to strike. I don't know if you have the enough training to actually load up all your weight into your hips. Two three punch precisely at the right place. Anyway. So I would you know, that's exactly the point. I actually probably I can count on one hand. How many women I know that I would say no you go ahead and Duke it out with her. Let me know how happens, you know, and works out for you. I'll come visit hospital. Good friend of mine Vanessa row house. She has will has she's a Eddie bitty twenty pound female, always smiling, you know, super nice and till you get in the ring. And then it's one of those were like I've watched fight and I turn my head away. Because I'm like, oh, those would I. And you're just waiting for the referee to stop it. I got no no problem. Canada might no good. You know, striking is fine for her. She's been doing it for twenty years. You know, if you have time to vote to it bombing that can only help. But most people don't have the time to be appoint clo- fighter. So I I think that the benefits with prime the time. Limits that you have I definitely think you have a lot more benefits that you're jitsu because you were it's the great equalizer being on the ground and most most cases. Other than someone trying to rob you is the sexual assault. Most don't do that standing. They try to pin you on the ground. Well, that's exactly where to get starts. So that's we specialize in. So having the ability to neutralize wait through being on the ground is definitely one of the most. Most important skills that you can actually attain I've had several students one recently year ago almost happened her. She only been student of mine for about six months, but knowing in confidence in like mentioned name, but she said this saved my life. This really did. I don't know how how would it turned out? But the only reason I was able to get out of the situation was just a very basic understanding of being on the ground and being able to escape and fight back. Oh, absolutely. I my heart was like beating out of his chest going awhile. I have this happen. You know? And you know, it was such a release here in that. She was able to you know to fight back and escape without any. Maybe you know, ranches with cruises. But that's about it. You know, so very prouder, and she's she sold on it. She's she's been training for the last Q years. So this is probably you're trying for about a year back. But I know she's going to be in it for lifetime. She's she's sold on it. Is that she was training for six months, not six days or six minutes or sixty minutes and some miracle class that was going to teach her all self defense that she needed. And I would Hollywood demand. Don't wait until be proactive. Not reactive. Don't don't wait till something happens before you actually slot harder. Okay. Have a lot of people that get involved and as I'm instructing him. I'll put my it's very intimate, meaning very close sport. So on the shoulder, and I just see them like jerk back and look at me. I'm like, oh, okay. And then they have, you know, they don't wanna come up to me and tell me after you know, had expats like, no problem. I completely understand. But. Don't wait. To that happens because then it's way harder. Because now you're you're trying to get over a trauma. A traumatic experience is gonna make it way harder to break through that. You know, it's actually learn what to do properly instead of just kind of constantly reliving that same moment. Yeah. It's very important. I I've seen in learning this skills if God forbid it did happen, and you do come after a can be a very good smart way to help healing. But I it must be very very difficult. Like, you said to relive that trauma and near the situations that you're thinking about using it in you know, what you're doing..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"So I can get my my primary or secondary. I wasn't going to get into a. Fight with somebody in a combat zone. Have. M for. Have plenty of rounds. I'm going to use those. That's that was that. That's that's survival part of it. So us is Marshall aid. So I can engage onto my my weapon system. So. Law enforcement again, it'd be different. I'm just on personal experience and experiences have on a lot of their operations of that will Dan range same experience. It's not they're not going to get into boxing matches because really good marchers. You know, you know, punching away once they can draw pistol or the ref whatever it may be. But there is no. As far as I know. And actually, my experience of never heard of that, you know, there might have been some some Koon FU, you know, seal on no. And I'm just saying just in case. Passion heels at all. But there might be I don't know and Mike Smith. How about the five figure punch? That is real that. Same thing. Yeah. Okay. What's another fake one? That you think is really funny. You get asked about. The most common one is especially in martial arts the weekend courses, which are extremely dangerous in my opinion, like women's self defense and they do this weekend seminar. And now, you're good to go. No, no, no. Though, those are very very dangerous in my opinion, because they give you just enough to confuse you. Because if you're not practicing those same inks every day, then when it comes time to that instead of reacting in a natural manner. Which is you know, the fight or flight where you could be, you know, clawing at someone you decide your I've had this course, and you're going to try to Rolodex the the position where you're in. And like, okay. Well, let's think back I was in this spot and a half to do this by the time. You actually think about it done that that the situations over more than likely been overpowered? And and and again, this is, you know, been in this for so long that there is no simple solution. There's no, oh, I have a master. A curriculum. Where all you have to do is do this for a weekend or one week course and you'll never have to train again. It'll be instinct. No, that's just not true. I mean and. And it's very dangerous because the people that do buy into that are the ones that usually get hurt. It's nothing instructors. They get paid. That's so interesting because especially with the metoo movement. There's been such a surge of women taking courses and their loved ones, encouraging them to take courses. And it does seem like such an attractive tempting to do I've seen them advertisers. Well, you know, or even like go to one session carb thing after work. And you'll know what to do I wholeheartedly agree with you? Because you know, I think one of the most important things is just to empower women to overcome the sort of. I think we sort of socially instructed, at least, the maybe this new generation, isn't but not to defend ourselves. You know, I I don't know what it is. But a lot of women I'm generalizing. But when you talk to them, they are delay in their response because they don't feel like they should be aggressive. I suppose physically aggressive back, and they don't wanna hurt somebody. But it sounds like that same pause. You were just talking about it. I never really thought that through. But of course in those moments. You might think we what is that movement. What I've got to get my arm here. Oh, his arm is in their own place in those seconds community difference between getting overpowered and escaping. So what would you recommend then you mentioned frequency of practice, which clearly very important. So it's like on your body, and it's instinctive, but what sort of things should they be looking for women be looking for terms of of course. But..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"L E or for soi or military, but that might not be the best investment of money is that fair Ellum like maybe better to look for a different type of class because you might have you can learn or what do you think? And again, I it's it's come trying to filter through the s instructors that are like you you get your boat in a year, you'll be, you know, Bruce Lee level by the time. You get finished with our six month. Course, those the ones that that kind of if there are advertising the world, it's probably not not worth it it using the ones that are kinda like over overselling, it usually are the ones that have a little offer not all the time. But in my experience, that's that's what it sounded. Like, a lot of the places that a lot of law enforcement kind of stick to certain places. So for example, I have probably about a dozen officers that that turn my place, and I I know a lot of the different places that I go to train people that I know that have schools have if. That is not even more. I'm just in a very suburban type area. So we don't have large departments here. But especially in Dallas, I know a lot of people that are law enforcement that train certain places, and they kind of flock in stick together. So then that's always a good way of finding one is through referrals. That's a great idea. How about you kind of bench and on this probably going to sound funny? But you kind of mentioned earlier that the five finger death punch and a couple of other things what are four things that you see in the movies, or that people talk about you know, that are not realistic because I'm thinking if some says like I'm gonna teach you to do this like the five finger death punch or whatever. Then that's like a signed. This is not the place that you should be. So and also just interesting to kind of demystify these movies like, you know, what's real? And what's not? My wife hates watching movies with me. Absolutely hates it because they entire movie going. No, you're dead. You just took. No, there's no way you're making that shot. No shoot the tire. It's gonna bounce. You can't shoot the tire flying. It. It's going to pounce off. And no, you're not gonna make that shot. No. You're not gonna make shot with a revolver at, you know, six hundred meters, you know, just because he close one nine hold real stills not gonna happen. You know, it's just there's there's so much. What people don't tend to realize is even though it may seem realistic. It is Hollywood. It is absolute Hollywood counting around. My wife hates wanna do that? Like, no that that that was a six shot. Nine shot. Come on. No. Winging it is so annoying. I do that too so annoying. Like, this is a basic thing. How can you? How can you do that? No, no. I mean, it's so annoying. I do the same thing agreeing with you. I do the same thing. Like, my even my family like my brothers are like shut up. I'm disciplined enough now to most of the time. I don't say it out loud. But I still try still can't enjoy the movie like once done. Incorrect shots and like over to this again, take this. My wife actually, does it to you. She's like, Hugh cupid this to me. Good life skill because God forbid, you are in like an active shooter type situation or your student at a school. And there's some horrible kid comes in with a gun..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"That sort of very common things the real life things that I might run into where I don't need to shoot a gun out of someone's hand. You know, the muggings the theft all that kind of stuff versus carjackings and for all the kind of face to face stuff. They have to do door to door, and all that what what sort of courses would you recommend? Should they start with a ju jitsu, you know, where where should they be investing their money? Just start learning those skills that will help improve their survival chances even just defending themselves and feeling good about it. So again, different one job, and they have to fall in abide by laws and regulations that are set in in that area. So it. Let's start with that. And then and then we can talk about civilians. How about that make it simpler? So the law enforcement I recommend right off the bat. If you even think becoming a police officer or any type along force me, I sponsor whatever the case may be even EMT and five because ah hurt that they're even starting to armed firefighters because they're starting to shot at and they're having to to deal with situations at mostly just. Cedar stuff, which I know comment, but like. But through the regulations, and of course, the perception of public I recommend so too because it will not only help you survive the situation, but you survive, don't I'm a big believer in that. I have many law enforcement, not just you know, what like about twenty years, and they get blue in the hers time the work. The work their partners. Get in get any get some some when you're out 'cause then have you'll have to be grand grandmaster at it. But need a basic knowledge ought to be able to get defend yourself and make sure that you can get back home chance down this. Second thing. Okay. Time that you needed. You better have it. If there's I mean, it's time that you do have to draw that means that everything else has failed. Two point where it's a beyond. It's nothing. You can actually just go it anymore. We'll life is wind. We need survive. So kosh, I just worry so much about other law enforcement. So. What would what would you recommend? Then if you know, they're gonna just pick up the their, laptops and start googling what should be looking for in terms of a first course to kind of acquaint themselves with those critical skills. You talked about you know, watch out for the fraudsters keeps them tips on that. But and again normally every department has their hunt shot shooter, and they didn't get them that way by themselves. Just like any anyone doing jitsu? They're like, oh, no. You're not anywhere. That's let's cut the crap right now. No, you weren't. You had learned from at some point time had to learn something the basics fundamentals the basics. And that's how you became where you are which is great. But that I commend you know, these contracting or the hot show shooting. Normally they are in the position of being started and Pakistan. Where can I go off duty to get some on section that would be the number one on any of the instructors, most of them got next issue because they are trying to swell on they're probably more familiar with the area and probably do truth constantly as well. And and cooling. I know a lot of people that are offensive. Circus law enforcement. They're swimmingly trying not to. But the ones that I know are on and that highly up to date things that make sure there's no supportable as well. Those two things are absolutely paramount. And then how about how about Priscilla, then let's shift over and really good pointer for everybody that it's so attractive to go to these classes that say skills for law enforcement, you know,.

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"Hey, alan. All right. Well, thank you once again for having the patience of a Saint super berries ING, so really appreciate it. I was listening. I was going through your stuff again last night. And I don't wanna freak you out. But there's no question. This is going to be without. I mean, just there's no question undeniably. It's gonna be one of the best episodes of the year. So I just wanted to reassure you that I one hundred percent confident that it's going to have a big impact. So thank you. It's really meaningful to not just me. But which it is. But to our listeners to I know it's going to be bake. So and I know your family is gonna be super proud of you too. So hope you I hope you let them listen. Promise promise promise. Promise pomace. Okay. Because I know how humble you guys are. So I wanna make sure that they get to hear about all this. I have a feeling maybe you're not eat. Maybe we haven't even shared some of your some of this awesomeness with your own family. So. Since you guys are so humble it happens all the time. I usually wait till it's done one hundred percent. Then I go ahead. And and and tell people about it didn't even tell them how well you did yesterday. Well, my wife knew about it. But no, I haven't. Don't make me hunt down your your mom and send it to her because I will easy to find. Yeah. I mean, like gosh, any mom in America would be so proud to have you as a son, you know. And I thank you for sharing that story too about the plane because I heard variations on that from so many so many folks, and it's I don't people. I don't think they do it on purpose. Right. They just don't know better. So they don't know unless we explained to them, and and hopefully the goal of the show one of them as you know, is to demystify you guys. So you're not just the people they see in the movies. Like, they see you see how what big heart you have. And how compassionate you are like your mom said literally, the safest person to sit next to probably not not just next to but on the entire plane and the entire airport. It's actually quite a privilege to get to sit next to someone like you. So I I know a lot of mothers will really relate to that. You know, and hopefully, we can make some change with you explaining that to folks. So thank you for doing that. Okay. So it's your show. So what did I what what did I not hit on yesterday that you think that we should we should hit on today? We hadn't started about mindset yet. But. I was thinking maybe we could kick back off with how about law enforcement. You were you were explaining so well about how important it is for operators to learn these disciplines, right? But I feel like there's so much application for our law enforcement and swat to am. I wrong. Please. Correct me if I'm wrong. I actually I think in the law enforced prospect it it's. It's much much more important. Like, you're an idiot. Alison new. Smackdown was coming. Wilson engagement that. They have they have much more legalities. So my always try to explain this. When when I teach any type of law enforced by the state federal doesn't matter. I it's you're limited by not just your the rules are setting laws that are setting your area that you have bought by. But the perception of that. So you could be doing one hundred percent exactly what you're supposed to be doing escalate as the forest violets escalates used to be abiding by that one hundred percent. But if it looks like you're not then that's perception is reality. So that's why for one force anytime that again. Could be one hundred percent justified Richard for gun. And so he strikes him down. And. And not some out and that his face is pleading. Well, maybe there is someone that was filming it at an angle where he they couldn't see them reaching. And maybe he was like, oh, no, I got dizzy, and I sell that's what could say. And what it looked like age, the police officer struck them down and reason? So the. Aspect on that is way more important because you can raise as much fish as you need to..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"Invest your time in an organization, or if you've got some spare shrapnel and those Bach, it's to spend some cash hard-earned cash and helping a foundation that really does make a significant difference in the lives of others really want you to check out something called. We defy Allen's involved in that. And I'm going to have him. Explain it because he can do it much better than I can what exactly goes on there. And a vast him to think about sharing some some fish stories, which are the ones that I've heard from him are so powerful you you won't be able to forget them and you'll never be able to take time out. Spend extra couple minutes sitting on the sidelines because I'm telling you you're going to be fired up motivated when you hear about some of these guys. These wounded veterans that Allen works with in. We defy men. Those guys are bad asses. Okay. Civil covering a lot of ground really really jam packed today. We're gonna be talking tons of black belt bad assery with Alan. Although he'll I hasten to add he'll be mad at me for saying. He's a bad ass. We'll probably dig into that later too. Because like all of our other guests. The most remarkable words that we've gone this nation tend to be the most humble, so it's my job to have your back and try to price some stuff out of them because otherwise they'll just sit there, and they're definitely never gonna be bragging on themselves. So you know, that's my role to brag on them on that note. Just quickly a head on over to our Instagram and our Facebook our Twitter to stay hooked up on Allen's news and news about all other guests, that's touch talk. HQ? That's Tatchell talk each. Hugh, you had over to our website. If you're looking for our sponsors, and our spores either companies that genuinely supporter forces and genuinely give a s h Asterix t about our wounded warriors out there and genuinely care about the military families. These are committed just like we are to building this bridge giving you guys a platform by you guys. I'm referring to you who are listening a platform to just directly connect with folks out there and vice versa for you guys to directly hear from them. Unfiltered, just raw it's genuinely like pulling a barstool with them. I should know because most of them I've spent way too much on barstools in next two. So. So can I can tell you I can testify you're getting some real straight talk. It's just real ground truth from these guys, and it's such a special opportunity, isn't it to hang out with our nation's brave is so I know I appreciate it. It's always a privilege for me. Whether drunk or sober. I'm server today. So I hope you guys really enjoy hanging out with Al too because he's a hero of mine. And I'll bet you by the end of this episode. He's going to be here. Yours too. Okay. Without further ado, let's hang out with Alan again in part to..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"AD. But I'll we can we can skip this. But I was wondering if you wouldn't mind sharing that experience you had on the plane because it really reminds me of that. I can't imagine talking about having the ideal grandfather, right? Like that was going to be so safe around you it's going to be like, the safest kid on planet earth. So would you be okay? Are you? Okay. Maybe sharing that for folks think it helps provide the totally different perspective that people don't realize going on. And it makes me very mad. So. Just I was taken back up starting SAM's. But you know after thinking about it for a while. I get it. You know, it's totally fine and not filter, but three years ago, I got on a flight and from my seat sat down and to the left of me. I'll I was in the center seat. There was a little girl she spent about seven maybe eight and as soon as I sat down and started kind of situating myself, the father came up and made a straight beeline straight to the flight attendant to change seat. So pulled her out and had her sit somewhere else just the look of like don't round this guy. And it was one of times that you know. I actually I told the story from my mother and she like generally got upset and kind of. Said some things that only don't hear she really upset about it. But, you know, saying that was probably the safest place on the plane for, but you know, again perception, I I guess, you know, someone that's you know, larger size beard and tattoos. So I get I it's I'm not offended by it. But I was you know, a little bit and be honest. So, but so be. Again. That's just such a testament to what chivalrous like honorable guy. You are. Because you know, that happened to me you have someone like deliberately moved away from me. I would be offended. It doesn't matter. If it's a stranger in an it's like, what's your what's your problem? You know, and to do that to someone who has sacrificed so much for our country, and I'm going to barris you again, but you're driving determination and talent, you know, in this whole combative area. Like, the fact that you've been so committed to sharing your knowledge, and it seems like you've just been relentless in constantly seeking ways. From prove, you know, that's not only has are for a tip. Tippy tip of the spear of elite force has been benefiting from that from you and your expertise and talent. But so has the law enforcement side on this. You know, protecting us here on the homeland..

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"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"barrie" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"He led the JFK. Special warfare center as school combative team to take first place in the two thousand six all army combative terminent tournament in for Benning, Georgia he served as a team captain of the twelve member team talk about bad athlete on their he hands like a team members, he trained them. He coached them. A multiple levels of Brazilian Jiu jitsu submission wrestling wrestling, judo mixed martial arts. Couple other things. Gonna dig that. We're gonna ask about that. You are gonna get the real deal. The scoop on what sort of things he believes are best for our operators to master commandos to be as formidable as possible. He's also trained both far check and a second airborne division chief combative instructors to refine their training tactics and procedures DB's. What kind of stuff while he was looking at areas of restraint in control techniques submission. Wrestling competitive, Brazilian jujitsu. He spent he has spent a lot a lot of time training members of switching over to the first responding side right now, he's also chained members of the greater Dallas Fort Worth areas law enforcement professionals as well as FBI hostage rescue team. H R tease say shut out to them all my friends over there in federal law enforcement in defensive tactics law enforcement defensive tactics. What tell you about his record again dropping in? So well deserved. I mean, he has his martial arts record includes placing the top of his division in over fifty international Brazilian Jiu jitsu institution. Wrestling tournaments gonna say that again yet placed top as in number one of his division in over fifty international Brazilian jujitsu and submission wrestling tournaments. Yeah. Kind of big deal. The coming for saying that he's always one of the things I admire about him is that he's not complacent about his battery man if I was him. I'd just be like by been like. Yeah. That's right. I can kick your ass while I'm just sipping might ties. I mean, I just I would be definitely riding on that. How can you not just like right on that? But he doesn't stop, you know, he's constantly exploring new things to improve and become even more bettas for example, couple years ago, maybe several years at this point. He thought about he started working on he wanted to focus on explosive strength. So he started Olympic weightlifting. It didn't take long for him to get really passionate about it within four months. He began competing kid. You not. With less than a year of training. He placed second. That's right second at the two dozen twelve masters American Open on the office sent set to Texas date records for clean and jerk. Total at the two thousand thirteen USA w Texas State championships in the masters division, division one class. I believe we're not to ask we have to fact check me on that one too many numbers for this little much instead. Okay. Yeah. So like, I said, we're gonna talk about you know, walk away totally armed and dangerous to harm to nature's with a fighting fit mind and lots of techniques to go forward. Whether you're an operator who's listening, whether you're first responders listening, whether you're someone who just wants to maximize their body and refined it and hone it as a powerful weapon to defend yourself. You're..

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How to watch Tiger Woods in the FedEx Cup

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

How to watch Tiger Woods in the FedEx Cup

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Release Date / Pre-Order Guide

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Red Dead Redemption 2 Release Date / Pre-Order Guide

"Oh no no we we've we've reached out we're we're in talks confirm our boy who you saw is yet you know the gigs over there left left their here these other people now what's good game saints so it's totally yeah garrick i've been you're right there i why i read this after talking about artie that's an interesting wrinkle that is bethesda as well but the timing doesn't share i hear i feel like that's unrelated am and six pm feather in the cap putting putting an letting you know that's something that's how i'm on the beat saber trading greg good i'm glad i got you there be saber it looks amazing if you haven't seen beat sabre ladies and gentlemen you officially have my permission to pause the show and go watch anything for beat sabre is dvr in vr with light sabers see i yeah i would go away from the ddr train and just it's more like a it's a rhythm game it's like tar hero with light sabers where the notes are coming on the highway and you slash him with light sabers rather than but either anyway either anyway you slice it big fan number four readend redemption to have exclusive content that's playstation this is from jason schreier over kentucky i feel like when they announced red dead the playstation blog had something up about like this but there's a little bit little wrinkle here jason writes today developer rockstar announced a bunch of bundles and preorder bonuses for the much anticipated western game in barrie buried amongst all the stuff about fits gt online cash playstation store is this line playstation exclusive place elect content i play station for details to follow we don't know the scale of select content could be hats could be a full expansion but if it's anything like sony's arrangement with destiny it will be a pain for xbox players the company behind the playstation four paid activision to keep guns maps and even full strikes from xbox players for years then to the same with destiny to and several call of duty games microsoft pulled its own time this lucidly nonsense with dragon agent position as well as other big multi platform games including call duty over the past decade so they only buy it make sense yeah that that's there and then also.

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