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"blue team" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The blue team and the red team kind of like Pepsi and Coke. Essentially they divided up an entire industry into two sides, and we ended up seeing that it wasn't just the parties competing. It's that they had Created, you know, influence and in a sense captured The other actors in the industry. So you have media and political consultants and lobbyists and candidates and policies, all divided onto You know, one of two sides. What you see is the system has been optimized Overtime for the benefit of private gain. Seeking organizations are two political parties and their industry allies What we together called the political industrial complex. And this industry has made it very, very hard to play at all. If you're not playing their game, how does the political industry compare in size and scope, dollars? Employees direct and indirect? Penetration and influence. Let's say Two other industries that you've studied pharmaceutical industry, auto industry and so on. Well, it's it's a great question, and we have done enormous amounts of work on it. It turns out to be very difficult to get what I would call a completely definitive and, you know, comprehensive answer. We estimate that In the most recent to your election cycle, Thie industries Total revenue was approximately $16 billion. This is not the biggest industry in the economy, but it's substantial.
Fresh "Blue Team" from Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Thirteen, ten, A. dot com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail from the Collision Specialists Studios. All right. Wanted to update you on a couple of fires. The Mulling Mullen fire that is burning north of the Colorado Wyoming border has grown to sixty nine thousand acres this just yesterday working from a piece by Eric Larsen out of the Fort Collins Colorado in again that mullins fire burning in southeast Wyoming grew to sixty, nine, thousand, one, hundred. Thirty eight acres by Sunday morning as high winds fanned the wildfire east along rugged terrain terrain in the medicine. Bow Round National Forest updated aerial mapping shows the fire burning roughly ten miles north of the Colorado Wyoming border. It's eastern reaches touched Wyoming Highway two, thirty approximately three miles west of woods landing resort incident commanders of with Rocky Mountain Area Incident Management Blue Team lists the fire is burning thirty eight miles southwest of Laramie now high winds gusting sixty miles per hour certainly didn't help matters any doubling. The fire fires perimeter from the thirty five, thousand, eight, hundred acres listed on Saturday morning national porous leaders have closed the southern half of the medicine bow national forest north of the Colorado Wyoming border due to the fire spread. Now, a cold front blowing through the rockies yesterday was expected to calm fire activity bringing seasonal weather and a chance of scattered snow showers to the area Sunday afternoon Chris. Zolder operations section chief said he expected the fire to move southeast due to shifting winds but didn't Expect the type of large growth they had seen over the last few days. Zoeller said firefighters could expect the break of one to two days from larger fire growth. High priority areas include providing protection for the woods landing areas. The fire crossed Wyoming to thirty into an area that wasn't burned by the twenty eighteen badger. Creek fire areas burned by that fire are expected to help slow this mullen fires spread due to refused fuel availability fire spread for us the Albany County Sheriff's Office to implement four mandatory evacuation. Orders for sparsely populated areas now, in Colorado, the Larimer County Sheriff's Office placed a voluntary. Evacuation, order in the far northwest corner of the county.
"blue team" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Child, you recognize that only forty percent of kids are involved in sports. I mean some kids don't want to some don't feel they can. So he wanted every single child to be fit and he took those kids Every single one had a pe five days a week fifty, five minutes and they went through a Marine type BOOT camp program, but he did it in A. Way that was highly motivational. So the kids started out in white shorts and then you moved you had criteria and you were on teams. The white shorts were routine when you got to move everybody cheered you on got to the red team. So these kids progressed all the way up. They finally had add on what they call the Navy Blue Team in only twenty one of probably at least twenty thousand people that went through their school, who was a thirty year program and they had eight hundred thousand kids per class only twenty one made that. This Program yielded. Children teenagers that were so fit Peter. When you look at this trailer of the documentary, you're going to be incredibly impressed. They look like they're all military I think about that and I think that that's not hard to do. He did it without any real fancy equipment the kids were doing monkey bars they were doing pushups. You've been council. Doing the peg boards they were doing man carries they did all kinds of. Things that were building not only strength but physical literacy they taught him how to move those kids are all going to be able to run the reason I talk about this in those kids today are now fifty five to from seventy nine years old and we're actually proposing a study.
"blue team" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Let's go back actually to the two women that I mentioned at the start. The first woman had been paying attention to this outreach campaigns. So she took a gun and approached soldier at a checkpoint. But in that moment something really interesting happened she looked at that soldier. And she thought to herself. He he's the same age as me. He looks like me. And she put down the gun and she walked. Just, that little bit of similarity. The second girl had a totally different outcome. She also listened to the outrage campaigns, but she surrounded herself with individuals who support of violence with peers who supported violence. She enclosed herself an information bubble. She focused on certain emotional cues for months. She taught herself to bypass certain cultural inhibitions against violence. She practiced her plan she taught herself new habits and when the time came, she took her bomb to the cafe and she followed through with that attack. This was not impulse. This was learning. Polarization. In our society is not impulse it's learning. Every day we are teaching ourselves the news we click on the emotions that we focus on the thoughts that we entertain about the red team of the Blue Team. All of this contributes to learning whether we realize it or not. The good news. Is that while the individuals I study already made their decisions. We can still change our trajectory. We might never make the decisions that they made. But, we can stop contributing to violent ecology his. We can get out of whatever news bubble over in. We can be more mindful about the emotional cues that we focus on the outrage base that we on. But most importantly, we can stop seeing each other as just members of the red team or the blue team. Because whatever we are Christian Muslim Jewish. Atheists Democrat Republican. Were human where human beings. And we often share really similar habits. We have differences. Those differences are beautiful. And those differences are very important. But our future depends on us being able to find common ground with the other side. And that's why it is so so important for us to re-train our brains and stop contributing to violent ecology use. Thank you..
"blue team" Discussed on Cyber Work
"Obviously, now I I appreciate the the the the clarifications, because we get people from all different sort of levels of knowledge and people who are just looking in for the first time to see if they're interested in this. Oh, yeah, please feel free to. To break it down that way sure so so the clients engineers were confident that you know we wouldn't be able to use these sports to gain access to the enclave. But. We're able to demonstrate that we could deliver. A malware over as MB. And our delivered had nowhere to go and had no one to talk to you. Except for on this single pipe that was used for for ssh the other communication protocol. We were talking about and so we're able to upload. Our inhabit communicate. Over the port reserved for SSH. Firewall was configured to. You know only allow unilateral communications or If it were performing stateful inspection, which is where it doesn't just look at the ports of the communication amid looks at. The data that's actually being exchanged can recognize it as as invalid. So essentially that gap was identified, and their blue team was was watching it happen and they were saying you can't do this. You know you're not going to get in this way. And so we got in that way, and then we stick it out a way to prevent that from happening again and you know it was a great boon to them. You know to find out that this was one of two routes that we found. We didn't get unauthorized access to their secure enclave on. So. start the T. L. D. R. for that. Is the. Blue Team had protections in place that were intended to only allow a few necessary communications between their corporate zone in their. Secure Zone and the red team demonstrated that they can piggyback on these necessary communication protocols to get access to this restricted secure zone and then the blue team was able to write. A script to both detect this type of activity, and they were able to adjust their firearm rules. Firewall rules prevent this type of attack from happening to them in the future so in in our in our pre show you know when we were emailing back and forth and stuff we heard the phrase stress testing. Your defensive team came up. Is that what you that basically what you're talking about here that you're? You're sort of you're sort of testing their assumptions of how how safe the are in real time like that. I'm definitely you know when I think another example that. The captures this..
"blue team" Discussed on Cyber Work
"Okay. So, yeah, we've I mean we've had several episodes on red team operations, because it's super exciting, and there's lots of like cool ethical considerations you can get into and we've had a few penetration testers on as well and those have been very popular, but we haven't really had a chance to talk to someone who knows about herbal team operations, which is this combination of red team, blue team or Prentice operation, so for those of us who are new to the whole service sort of alternate color coding system. How does a purple team work as opposed to just a rather just a blue, and and how do you explain this back and forth between red and blue teamwork what they contribute to each other in terms of vulnerability knowledge in the way they work in tandem. Shirts so. Purple Deeming is basically conducting a red team operation or penetration testing while collaborating with. Your clients flu team. So you're providing the red team, and they're providing their sort of in-house penetration testing team. Is that what it is? so so typically. They're providing the blue team, right? There their security guys who are going to be. You know conducting monitoring or responsible for? Policies. And you know the day the day of keeping your inner price secure. Both at a technical and a management style level, okay. So so on the red side. WE'RE GONNA target areas that. Are May be defined by the client as a special need. And we're going to usually execute a variety of abuse, cases or attacks or techniques knowing full well that the Blue Jim is watching, and so you know, our goal is to achieve compromise. Throughout you know through this variety of test cases, the Blue Team's goal is to evaluate their security controls in their procedures so. Instead of conducting Read Penetration testing presenting the client with a report of? What we found after the engagement is over. We are communicating collaborating on real time, or or at least a day to day basis Okay, okay, so there's a little more sort of internal external communication than whereas the red team is kind of a black helmet where you're sort of. You know you're not necessarily telling them all that you're doing until that you already done it. And then you've reported on it exactly. Okay, so, can you give me some? I don't know if they're concrete examples, but some examples of of the types of vulnerabilities that you might miss by doing just blew team or just right team operations. Like how does this this double layer system? Do its work better? Sure So one that comes to mind immediately for me is In Past Gig I was on assessing the network boundaries between organizations. Or Enterprise in their cure data enclave actually can't remember if it was species or H.. What was in the secure enclave that needed. Required it to be segregated from from the rest of their enterprise, but..
"blue team" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Make the catch. Carpenter will Drop back to second base and there's two down. In the bottom of the eighth. So Dexter Fowler next the designated hitter today for the home team. Blue team infielders have switched around again. Shrug stays. Third Sosa, It's short and Edmund playing second base. They started the day. Interchangeable with admin it short and so said second You could do that. It's a good thing. Not bad. So Dexter Fowler with two outs against John Gant Carpenter the lead off of second base. The young the lead off first. Breaking ball. Mrs. Outside the Fowler leaders on deck. The home red team with a bullpen game. What Tyler Webb get set for the Thanks, Kenny. Can't set the runners again Take their leads and a 102 out. Pitch coming, Dexter Fowler. Fowler look sort of, although it's too and Jack Flaherty started for the Road blue team. Worked five innings. Look at the ball on Friday. Count is two and two outs two. Dexter Fowler Dant. Ready and he offers and Fowler Follows that hard down the first base line. Two on one out. Get trying to get out of this. Bottom of the eighth inning..
"blue team" Discussed on The Truth
"In this round, our contestants delve into fears for inspiration in Nicole's case that means laying in this box full of bugs. No, no, no, no, no, no! I can't. I am not doing that whereas the. Nicole, the exit sign. Who always. Get the course ready we'll have to. accept. Shit that wasn't an exit, was it? Welcome to coal to round seven of what's wrong with Nicole. In this round RT's will be facing physical challenges competing with each other in order to make it to the oracles riddle. But first, let's cut to a word from our sponsors. There I'm in the middle of playing my favorite game right now. Called best fiends I like to play whenever I listen to podcasts. Yes. Best scenes is a matching puzzle game. It's a casual game. Anyone can play. You can spend much time or as little time as you'd like in the game. I happen to spend a lot of time. Just ask my wife like how much play best steve like when you're. Talking you're looking at something. You're playing it. Okay, okay. That may sound like a bit much, but the game was really fun and I can do it while I'm listening to podcasts. Engage your brain with fun. Puzzles collect tons of cute characters to five star rated mobile puzzle game on the apple APP store and Google play. Download it free on the apple, APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best. Oh yes. Welcome back! It's round. Seven of what's wrong when the goal Berkman and the stakes have never been hired. Two teams compete to make it across the river of regret by navigating their raft through its murky waters, only the first team across will be eligible to continue on the obstacle challenge. Has Gone on Michael Hi Hey. Hey, you're the guy who was supposed to be getting a drink. Quit what? Phnom your teammate for the wrath challenge same blueshirts contests on your wrath. Okay, easy easy. KP, so there's teams now. You're here. Why are you here? I left jacket on. Weight so when it started, it was just me and the host dude right? Okay, buckle your home on your marks. Million of these stupid runs meet at Sir He. Only. Here's your paddle. I'll follow your lead to match Strokes Okay The red team seems to have taken in early, but the blue team's not or behind me. River like. What if this reflects what's with me, I don't it? I don't know just trying to win here. So you can leave. Yeah. Go onto the next level. What are you talking about is not why you're here to. Can't leave. The Blue Team and red team are neck and neck. Like okay. Here we go here, we go. I. See what to do with me. You know it's just like a river of tears, and the people that I've heard are. Mapping. It's GonNa be a close one. WHO WILL TOUCHDOWN I? And at this case. Blue team takes it by a hair. That you to I've never actually gotten this far before. It's super exciting. Congratulations Blue Team. You've made it to our obstacle challenge. Four minutes on the clock for you to make it through the end of our course and answer the oracles riddle on your marks so much for down. You know what maybe we can really win. This thing that you know teamwork makes the dream worker whatever fat. Actually you know, maybe that's. All, that's four minutes to get out of here and they've made it onto the wall of doubts. Look like trust, my doubts like have to to trust might help boost you up. Michael has helped lift his partner so she. She can just reach the top, but can she herself up it over? Oh she can't. Actually so easy. Here Michael Dennis Highest W and Michael takes a running start. Nicole Hasim Buddy. Armand is helping the pull him up. He's got his other honor the top. Breaks the top of the wall. I thought next a leap of faith on our ropes challenge. No one wrong step and it's game over 'cause nothing. Michael's crossing I. and. Oh He's over. He certainly made that look easy. Come on. Okay, so I actually don't think I can do this one, so you got this. Okay, so the thing thinking I have no upper body strength, and and the whole coordination with the jumped jumpy at the end. Like why don't you just all without me? You know maybe you can still win as long as I don't lose. Who, but where's the fun in that the funding? Not Coming back with less than three minutes left. Michael appears to be swinging back over to the other side of the. Like Tarzan. Nicole where a team! Okay, this is think of who actually if. You're gonNA feel, and it's going to be my fault, and I can't live with. That was together gay. Hold onto mainly now, nobody. Go Rio okay, okay one. What's happening? Looks like Michael Nicole art swinging. To. Interesting techniques. We did it. Oh, my God. That was so stupid. We could've fallen in, but it was fun. It's to the point. Let's keep going. Wait you really mean it. You mean it's just not that big of a deal, not a big deal at all, and if we lose it in, it's my fault. It won't devastate you. Know I'm fine with it. Okay. They've reached the tower of emptiness. It's like a big elevator shaft. Look I think it's one of those things to go back to back and walk up the sides together. You know what I think. It's easier if you link arms sort of. One two three left, and they are starting their ascent off the tower of emptiness. Gear that the hooks. This is hard. I mean. Why are you on a show called? What's wrong with Nicole Burke? That's not what it's called for me. White The game is called Michael Wins the game optimistic time right. Try again. That doesn't make any sense. We walk for this team show. Two different names. Out To save no idea I just know that the game is awesome, and it wants to win its way each around easier and if you're doing. It doesn't make each easier. It makes each round harder. 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"blue team" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"The Blue Team Elimination Watch. The clock struck midnight. I'm an avs five cow dubious feeling sick to his stomach through these first twenty games so the Green Kyle makes babs walk the Green Mile Cards and letters of sympathy now pouring in for Sheldon Keefe for he. It is the new blue team head coach. We are so sorry but he'll be fine. David David Frost look into a few more Games Sheldon Keefe and calderas collectively younger than former leaf. Gm I'm Lou Lamoriello the very guy who lead John Taveras walkaway the very guy the leafs let walk away and now lose. Islanders have just the best winning percentage and all the NHL as for comment Lou said suck suck it well. He didn't actually say that but I could sense. He was thinking it loudly speaking of quotes. Let's hear what other. NHL People are saying about the firing. Why here's Mike? Commodore he says folks have been dreaming about this moment. Almond for years Mike Babcock. You're a total failure in Toronto. Let that sink in you. Arrogant Prick the entire leaf organization has had it with view. The players in the entire front office are sick and tired of your arrogance. Hashtag Pack Your Shit and beating you piece of Shit..
Maple Leafs Star Mitch Marner out at Least 4 Weeks
"Leafs without Mitch. Marna right now. He's going to be gone for a month after he got kind of tripped up off of center ice face off and mocked up his ankle. So that is going to be a big mess for the leafs who are just playing okay this year or is it or is it. You know. They're not they're not doing that. Great Steve with all this talent it so I'm not saying whatever bench him but like the leaves aren't they're not doing what they were expected to. Oh God no no. You'RE GONNA Invest Thirty four four million three guys. You're kind of expecting the world a lose tonight to the New York islanders five to four Toronto's record nine seven and in four so that actually lost more games than they've won with the kind of payroll they have shame. Shame right now. They're holding onto the second wildcard in there by a point as we record this Sousa Recording and I noticed that Toronto is out of a playoff spot. That's the return of the Blue Team. Elimination Watch don't you
"blue team" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Our lives we do it all these football games and graduations it's it becomes a kind of neutral background and so anything that makes it pop out starts to make us wonder what's going on do you think it's a provocative act where we haven't had the sign off and by the way the stations aren't signing off per se there just playing it at a certain time each day say four AM well I think you know one of the things that fascinates me about music is that it's always political it's always about figuring out who we are as people and sharing that like making an audible in a so there is an aspect of all music that's political at least in in my mind as a musicologist that's sort of what interests me about music as it helps us live and I think at this particular moment at a time when people seem to be on one team the red team or the blue team you know doing anything that brings sort of this tradition back I mean if there's an echo a sort of make America great again right we're going back to the fifties back to the post World War two era when sign offs were typical but I think the imagery of this particular the great television one is is is interesting because they've chosen a nine year old girl to sing the anthem she is absolutely fantastic voice I mean it's a beautiful right absolutely and there's a lot of freedom to it but it's sort of free political if you well there's an attempt I think to show that this is this is something before partisanship by using an innocent girl and having all those images of children and individuals that are in the film to me that that sort of speaking attempt to to go beyond our pre before partisanship well I I think relative to red states and blue states of it with you you look at a trump rally I'll just say it on television and and the flag is is constantly a presence democratic rallies by comparison some of the events that you see of the candidates out of the campaign trail it doesn't seem to be as prominent and I think to.
"blue team" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"Minutes in two seconds closer to being in Boston and you were we started this podcast. Yes indeed Nigel. Are you wearing your speed master right now. I am Yes nice watch but she you networks what Europe next Sir what's on your mind thought dorks I ab- so excited the office dungeons and dragons is happening starting this week I am I am taking I dunno Nigel. If you know this yet I am taking <hes> Mr Marshall both Mr Marshals Joanne Chris and Dan Sammy and one actually to water deep to play dungeons and dragons. We're going to have a great time so excited that actually I held a party you have gone on their. I've already been working working with them on their characters and it is going to be a magnificent. I am really looking forward to this campaign you hide Ashley is going to be a druid. I died. She's going to be a druid when I let her know that I had given her. Speak with animals as Bell Shibata lost her shit dude. We may spend a whole bunch of time talking to the squirrels. I know Ashley. There's a drag. Let me just ask this conversation with Nichols. I WanNa see this now takes home brother that Ukraine W._B._Z. is told you about chewing. What's The crunchies shoe by guests? It had to throw a bunch of gravel on this clothes dryer sitting right beside. I'm just a grinding rocks in the background and even I'm dying so yeah I just want to encourage people when they go to security conferences before you get their read over the talks for each day and make like first second and third 'cause Atalante Yeah Yeah. There's a good chance the popular ones are going to be full right and so if it is full make sure you have a second and third one to go to to get in line because these days are very very popular. Eh the chance of you get into every single. One you want are going to be slim absolutely so with that being said I should remind everybody that if you want to see a bunch of the folks from towels we will be at both black hat and like I mentioned it Defcon at the Blue Team Village <hes> if you're interested in <hes> that cult of the dead cow book you May Really WanNa stop by the Cisco Booth but I'm not going to spoil anybody else's surprises <hes> there'll be a bunch of Talos those talks going on at the Cisco booth at Black Hat. I believe we have sixteen or eighteen of those on the schedule and then we have a bunch of great activities over at the Blue Team village at Defcon so make sure to stop by and play with Celera toys at Defcon here. Some of our people speak at black hat. If you're going to either one of those shows I've in I've been watching the guys prep for the Blue Team village and they have some pretty insane props so yeah you should stop by looks like it's going to be pretty cool. We have some we have some pretty cool stuff to hand out some pretty cool challenges for everybody to and the important thing is if you're listening to this and you're like well. I'm not really like really good at like a lot of the hacking challenges and everything this has been intentionally designed to be applicable to all skill levels so even if you're just getting your feet wet you can still have some fun with some of the toys or bringing a great place to go network Ito like we were saying with the stuff earlier and we even have an extra space set aside for just ask Talos like come. Ask US questions come talk talk about how people get started in this industry what they WanNa do you find good of the Blue Team village find Jamie Vilson and asked him how he printed the props that they're using because he he had a bunch of yes. There's a bunch of stuff one on their <hes> anything else for the closest went out today guys yeah everybody needs to go and specifically ask for Craig Williams no matter what he's GonNa be there. I happen to know that because my calendar is filling up with media invite steak..
Girl Security Brings War Games To A Younger Generation
"Unique wargaming exercise designed by women allows girls to be powerful generals for a day is NPR's Hana alarm reports not a lamb reports it's part of a wider effort to boost women's participation and national security armor or missiles on a recent morning fifteen teenage girls and young women cluster around maps of North Korea in an office overlooking the Pentagon says say you were to denuclearize North Korea can't they just make more the teams are here through a nonprofit called girl security this is the first time in the world of wargaming military commanders use war games to test strategies and likely consequences think of it as a choose your own adventure exercise to find the best course of action the North Korea scenario comes from women wargamers at the rand corporation the defense think tank they call themselves the dams of war games and one of them Stacey Pettijohn lays out the dire but fictional scenario the girls will face today is July eighth twenty twenty axe sometime in the not so distant future an open conflict is broken out on the Korean peninsula what penny John describes as the Pentagon's nightmare scenario talks have collapsed after a series of deadly **** for tat escalations two nuclear powers are on the brink of war this is where I want you to stop being you're you're gonna have to start to role play here half of them are assigned to the blue team the joint command of the United States and South Korea the rest go to the red team they'll play north Korean leaders trying to stay in power both sides get right down to strategy first up the American group missiles offer the conventional attack for calling you age okay but I don't know but then we're going to use our air power to fake out into support the ground on the other side the north Korean red team they're plotting sneak attack to cut off US allied forces at the south Korean border what is seen these like a small chemical lab and see if they could not see any further south okay I mean that would just make certain immobile it would be a fairly assertive so all of this is a lesson in asymmetric warfare Jenny Oberholtzer one of the game designers says it makes sense that the girls are good at this I can't imagine a better training for thinking about trying to win an unfair fight when things are stacked against you then being a teenager when Oberholtzer got into war gaming in her early twenties she loved being on the red team the enemy team trying to beat super powers who had more weapons money an ally I was very today colonel had that big army on my side I was the little girl running through playing things up scene with this button would do in trying to figure out how to sneak past them and when because that's how I had to think just stick get through the lunch line by now the teens who started the exercise with basic questions discussing civilian casualties and international treaties they're also learning that power even imaginary power can be intoxicating I'm loving it that's eighteen year old rose Kelly from Maryland hi as myself in just how easy it is been to hit the proverbial button it's been a really really easy for a couple of the young women there was a personal dimension to the game on the red team crystal Leigh I'm currently eighteen years old I'm from Fairfax Virginia and I'm a recent high school graduate she has family ties to the country the people that her team is targeting it's not lost on her that for many on the peninsula this is not a game I was a Korean American I grew up in you know Virginia but my parents were immigrants from South Korea so it puts a more real life aspect to what we're doing today and on the blue team Alexis Visser and nineteen year old army reservists who comes from a military family in Florida the little plastic figurine she's moving around could represent people she knows maybe even herself one day that's the one thing that I've had on my hotline this whole time is how your sh critically putting lives for caucus she plays with the pieces looking for the best way to keep her forces safe maybe she could pair Telerate with infantry to attack but this soon runs into the ugly reality of war there's no way around kind of military casualties order counters to use them it is it something that this has made real picture in my mind as if anything was to happen like this how we can put in danger people I know friends family people I work with after a couple more around the game is winding down and no the girls have been discovered some magical break through petty John again the situation is not good by the end of the game North Korea had used chemical weapons and deployed in nuclear land mine but lost much of its ground forces the US and south Korean side also suffered heavy casualties after a chemical attack the girls looked glum rose Kelly the trigger happy red team player didn't sound so stoked anymore it's really easy to forget the human cost
"blue team" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"From, you know, the blues teams that really at one point began a rebuild went through some, some good years, some tough years. But holy cow for Alexander Steen. It's well it's been a year of, of ups and downs. And now he's accepted a role which is led to a lot of personal and team success. Yeah. Really has. And when you think about it, you know. Spent so much time or nationally spent so much time talking about Joe Thornton with the San Jose, Sharks, and talking about how it would be great to see him. Get a Stanley Cup chance. But you gotta think about a guy like J Bowman says you guys just talked about, but then there's Alexander's keenum and you go back to that trade that brought Stephen Colaco over from the Toronto Maple Leafs insent away Lee Stepney at the time fans were upset because Lee Stephanie was one of their top scorers. But you're bringing in a former first over first round draft pick and Alexander Steen. But you think of what he's gone through in his career, you spend majority of your seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs missing the playoffs. And then when he got the Saint Louis missing the playoffs for first couple of years, and re growing with the rosters of TJ, oh, she and David Perron, and Patrick Bergelin and then to miss out in two thousand sixteen like David back and like Alex portraying Gelo, knowing that he's towards the tail end of his career. He gotta respect a guy for what he's put into this team in for going through as much versity as he's going through. And then to top it all off playing on the fourth line. I mean. If you talk to most NHL hours, that's demotion but to be on that line. Still get top minutes on the penalty kill still playing crucial moments of a hockey game that shows that the coach trust is Alexander Steen. But boy, he accepted that role. So proudly he knows that he and Barbara Shelvin whoever's on that line within we'll be forced to reckon with. And I mean heck you go back to that previous series against the San Jose Sharks. The reason they're where they are at right now is because of the line of short, Shannon Tarasenko and because of Steen, Barbara Shelvin, Oscar Sundquist, you gotta respect the guy like that, regardless of how many Stanley Cup final appearances. He has. He still put everything he has into this team and still cares more about making the Stanley Cup a reality in Saint Louis than anyone else on that roster micro up from NHL network on NHL tonight before and after every Stanley Cup game. Here's what he said about guys like Bomani stern Alexander Steen. Finally, finally making it here. Those are the great storylines. Talk about guys chasing it for a long time have been through the battles. I mean you look at. We are interviewing yesterday and you look you know he's got a smile. No, no. Keith got a scars on his faith. I mean the guys in through it. Now we get to the family Cup final here and you know, that's, that's one of the things you almost become. You're you're playing for your team. You're playing for yourself. You're playing for the organization, the, the, the city you're from. But then you also have these little underlining nuggets that actually add a lot to. Hey, let's win this. Let's get this, you know, this is a cracker Easter an opportunity for this guy that guy, and those things are awesome. Because you know that those guys are all out there because they waited a very long time to get here and the same rate. It's a nice opportunity for young to look at the situation. It'd be like a very long time, top end guy and j. J J. Place. It's you know, he's been a Team Canada type guy. And this is this is the closest he's gotten. So we have to take advantage of the opportunity because we don't know when we'll be back again. He had pretty incredible for Bom Easter go from that surgery. And all of the uncertainty. Now, coming back, in, you know, being a part of, of this blues team next year you look around this room. And there are plenty guys like that. The questions about Pat. Maroon we've talked about Pat and whether he was going to get, you know, put on waivers or if he was gonna get moved or what was going to happen with him. Maybe now he's a part of this team moving forward. Obviously cap considerations. Those all come later but the point being guys, there's been an incredible transformation for not just this team. But the pieces that make up this team and all of them all of them really have a story behind it and without getting too romantic about it like. As this team has dealt with stuff this year. All the guys that make up the team of dealt with stuff this year and other two teams. Well, there has to be something that separates your team from all the other really good teams and a lot of times that separation is found in the intangibles and a lot of that is your narrative your team's narrative, and your personal narrative, you look at the personal, narratives, Chris that you mentioned like Pat maroon hometown kid coming back and then the trade talks when everybody was on the table it seemed halfway through this season. You look at the personal narrative of rhino Riley, going from two struggling teams in the Colorado Avalanche and the Buffalo Sabres and being in last place at the Buffalo Sabres last year, and then finding himself in last place with the Saint Louis blues this year and wondering what's wrong Tyler Bosak saying that he desperately wants to win a Cup and moved to Saint Louis and signed with the blues to win a Cup here. Jordan Bennington his historic emergence as a rookie goaltender you have. All of these personal, narratives, all of these great story lines that I think it is easy to wax romantic about it because you put yourself in that position. And you think this is unbelievable? This is a once in a lifetime fill in the blink for every single one of these guys. And all of their narratives, we've together to make this story notes took a break. We'll come back. We are getting ready for pre game skate at the bottom of the hour. Just after seven o'clock it's the blues in Bruins game two of the Stanley Cup final. They are rocking over at enterprise centre, Iraq at TD garden. And we're back in a moment on your home for the blues Stanley Cup final games came..
"blue team" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Eastern, six o'clock Pacific and season. Six which we are casting for right now. We'll air next fall. So while we're at it. Yes. You are added. And it's exciting. And I was thinking about just last year. And how everybody was so into you actually had to eliminate somebody early for some drama asked about that. All the time bet you do all the tenure lips are sealed. I know. That's true. Yep. Nope. Nope. Blue team. We we wished him. Well as. The exit a little early. But we've got four new teams that are phenomenal for really five team blew this coming season are Dimitrius and Shanta flowers, they actually met in the Marine Corps. He is a special agent for homeland security. Ooh, she is a fitness guru. Although he's got guns, and I'm not talking guns like the rain or he is built man, and they are looking for Dimitrius his father and a really beautiful story there and then team black. We have twin identical twin sisters, although since one has died her hair, it's easy to distinguish the two. That's good. Probably know, isn't it? I mean for the sake of the show and trying to follow who's who? Yeah. Team. Kristen. By the way. No, no, no. That's the way. They they were when they okay. They're also looking for their father there from Florida. And then team green are Marcus Taylor. And Keith breedlove they were separated at birth adopted by two different families. And then they reconnected a few years ago. They found each other in LA. You don't you know? That's a great question. I'm not sure if it was through DNA that they found each other. I know that we use DNA for all of our research, and they are looking for Marcus's father. And what's really interesting is Marcus is a professional break dancer. He's a street dancer railway. He's a phenomenal dancer, and you get to see that on the show, but he's looking for his father, and I can tell you that there is an enormous twist that happens in this show very early on. And I will say that it does have to do with team green. And then we have team red, and they are adopted sister. So they they don't share blood but adopted by a nun nine serious, really red dotted by a nun who left who left the covenant to adopt these two girls, and they are so they're and sisters one knows her has met her biological mother, but doesn't know her biological father. And the other sister does not know her biological mother or her biological father and read it is a really great show. It's a show for anybody who's into the research, and and putting the puzzle together I talked to people every day for a little advice about this or some thoughts on that problem. And I think a half of the fun is putting the puzzle together. But the overwhelming emotion of it all when you actually can pull off something especially for people are that big hole in their lives. And they've had it for so long. It's really overwhelming a lot of times. I'm just sitting there with the cleanest. Hey, I'm a manly, man. I don't cry. Don't cry for TV shows will when you want to show. You know, what Scott in case some of your listeners don't know the concept of the show. Let me do my. Yeah. I think you're right quickly. Your plenty who haven't seen the show before it's on BYU TV, which is a nationwide network gets into what like seventy five million households. So I think about eighty million now real households, and or you can watch them if you have Amazon prime or Hulu or any of those or you can just always watch online at relative race dot com. But the concept of the show is is really wonderful. We cast four teams. And traditionally they were married couples. But now can be a father and a son or a mother daughter or siblings. And then we take those four teams we fly them out to an undisclosed location. We take away all of their tatters to technology. Give them old fashioned flip phones and paper maps. Yeah. Identical cars and then text them. Mm-hmm. With clues that they follow to reach a different city each day of the race. There are ten days of racing. There are ten episodes as they reach that city. They then follow the clues as they overcome challenges to knock on a door. And behind that door is a relative that they never knew they had and they have never met before. And they race all day long. If you're the last one to find your relative every day you receive a strike, three strikes, and you're off the show. Yeah. If you make it all the way to day ten and then Wedneday ten you also win fifty thousand dollars. So it's called relative race. And as we say, the only thing these teams know is when they knock on the door and that door swings. Open on the other side is family somebody they're related to somebody. There really ask you more often than not it's a brother or. Sister, an uncle or an aunt a mother or father, and it is so strong. It's so real it is so wonderful. I don't know how else citizen I love. The fact you guys you don't mess with the show. This is a real reality show. Yeah. We don't tell them what to say. How to say it win this aid? We have forty different cameras rolling at all times. And we are capturing the moment in the moment and win they knock on that door the door swings open. And they ask the obvious question. Which is are you are relative the answer is. Yes. And then the next follow up is will who are you related which one of the two on the on the team are you related to and then they pause and look at somebody in your case, let's use you. They would look at you. And very often say something like Scott. I'm your brother. It's just really takes people. And it's real and the tears are real and the emotions are real. And it's just a wonderful amazing experience. Amazing. Right. Well, you know, they're not a lot of television shows that can really withstand the idea of appointment watching anymore. It's a good point one can. Yeah. And it's on Sunday nights nights nationwide. Yep. Nine o'clock eastern, six o'clock Pacific. You know, where you are in between, Sarah? We skip you so much mountain in central mounted in central. You know, who you are? And it is so much fun to watch. Now. I'm wondering about the cars Dan gas last season. We saw Joe and Jericho had a mishap with one of the cars. My goodness. They were they were they had a big huge truck that ran them off the road. Yeah. They could have rolled very easily scary. That was the scariest thing that's happened. Has it been damage to these cars you've had has been damage? We'll tell you. You'll see oops moment. Oh, not noobs on the production. No, no. And I will tell you that it's actually funny because absolutely nobody got harmed in any way, shape or form. It's not funny for me because we on the cars, but you will see a moment that you're just going. Did they just do that to that car? It's not funny. But it is funny. Well, it's even less funny for your insurance company store that you can't believe what the insurance is for this show. That's absolutely true. He's.
"blue team" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Ribbon are just going over the blue team white team rosters, and let's get into the game. Nice missile though. I wanna give them I want to give them a little shoutout. Because I've watched him a few times when we're at the rank. So we've been at the rink what five times this year Remmy Ellie can shoot the puck. Yeah. Often forgotten about the chanson lineup now. I think. Yup. Yup. Palmer being out, and you know, some injuries tree van you need that depth and. I'll tell you right now that I've watched him shooting, and he can really missile that too. Instigators Andrew Craig talking about the skills challenge. Again, January six twelve thirty in the afternoon. Get your tickets. It's going to be a fun time rift took part of one in Montreal. I they'll be alumni their players will interact. I'm sure with fans it'll be a more laid back a very laid back atmosphere. A lot of fun and and made made for the crowd. So I know I'm excited to go. My son's going. I'm taking him. I got I got a whole crew of people coming with me. So it's going to be a good time. All right last night. Sabres lose five to to the Florida Panthers. A game that I think we worded as a as a must win. But I think somebody on Twitter yesterday corrected me. And they said it's not necessarily a must win. But it's a can't lose. And they did they lost the game. They got off to a good start. It happens. I thought Robb did a great job last night talking about you. Gotta throw these games away. And you could say that a lot last year because there wasn't much to say. But this game was winnable. It got away from them. And you crumple it up. You throw it away with the way. Dennis some tough some tough goal scored against us. You know, I thought played well Ristic goals last night the the breakaway or the shootout or shoot up the penalty shot goal. Dad? Knobs penalty shot goal that squeaks through is almost like it was destined for Florida to win the game. Like the you know their first goal. You know, who I don't even know who scored the goal, but he shot it from behind the net and banked it off Carter Hutton those are plays where you know. We were talking about Sam Ryan Hart's gotta go back. And you're like, he's gotta take the man there. And I think Sam reinhart's not expecting him to kind of throw something to the net from behind the net. And it was just a fluke play. Maybe could have been a little bit sharper. Sam and Carter. But you know, I mean, it's kind of like a little bit of a breakdown play. And then you have the penalty shot, which again, I'd love to know the actual rules on a penalty shot because when was it Dan Dannon off who felt yeah. You know, he he didn't have the park in a scoring position. But he had distance between Darlene. Darlene had his stick in that. I get what you're saying. I know exactly what you're saying. There's the rule I've always found over the years. The penalty Schott is the hardest penalty to call. I mean, it's you know, it's for me. I I always think they were gonna call a penalty shot him like, oh, okay. They shot, and I get it. It's a breakaway a scoring chance. And I think that's what the league wants. This is what the league wants. They want goals they want chances. They want excitement. And if there's a guy that gets hold down. I am certain. And I cannot say that anyone's ever told me this, but I can tell you just by watching the way officiating has changed over the years. These guys are told how to ref. Okay. They're told if you see a guy get hold down from behind at a certain point, call the penalty Schott, don't second guess it. And then you know, what? That's the right call. I'll is it the right call because I'll I would want the penalty Schott going the other way for the sabres if that happened to Skinner or Sherri or anybody else. I would have said you know, what I want a penalty shots if this was Skinner Eichel on our team. I still wouldn't think it's a penalty shot. And here's the reason why when you call a penalty shot usually that player that has the puck has it on his forehand. And he's in a direct. Angle to shoot dischord this guy Dannon off had the puck on his backhand when he got called down. Yeah. I get it to his forehand and got a shot off. But by the time, he got tripped. And the penalty was called he wasn't in a shooting and scoring position. Yeah. Well, that's the only thing. But you know, what being said I could sit here and argue all day about whether or not I should have been a penalty shot and to be quarter. I really care. It was exciting. And they scored that one. And that one either goes either way for me, I it doesn't matter. But. I wrote something down here this morning in our rundown. And I where is it? Oh, there it is. I feel like somebody should have addressed Yondo last night. And I also wrote maybe I'm maybe I'm a dinosaur, but he's our leading goalscorer. And and when we are they going to address four to thirteen minutes left in the third period. When Florida had completely taken over the game. And you were getting bad bounces against you. After I could have found many times. And I'm not looking for. I'm not looking for violence. I'm not even saying go drop, your gloves and jump on go run through the boards. Go throw him into the net. Go push him to the ice. I'm not saying punch him in the face. Didn't hear me say that thing address it address it Gerguson going after Haley doesn't address Yandell? I never understood that. When I when I did my role. I didn't want to go out and fight for sheer or the other tough guy when Danny Briere got ran over by Ovechkin. Why couldn't I go jump Ovechkin? Why couldn't I go jump? The other guy that runs somebody from behind. Another guy runs somebody from hind. Why can't we go police ourselves? And yes, I'm going to get the you're living in the stone age. And I did I got it last night. I sent the tweet I said I said game over now. Go after Yandell now, go after you handle that should have been the main focus, and it shouldn't come from the coach. This isn't something that comes from the coach this comes from players. This comes from guys on the bench. It comes from instinct and reaction look at the time understand. The game. The emotion to fans were out of it. I could I could feel the fans were out of it. Right. You needed to get something back you needed to turn something around you, and I'm not. So what you're putting this on? You're putting this on Zach Bogosian. No, see that's the problem. That's the product. You're putting handle Craig I know Keith Yandell if if this were nine one thousand nine hundred ninety nine or two thousand four Keith Yandell would have been known as the softest player on the ice without question without question, and he goes and does that to our goal scorer who has one twenty five now twenty twenty-five again, you're asking players that have never had an aggressive bone in their body to go out and do something that's way out of character. For a lot of the guys on our team. You know, Jeff. We have Skinner and middle stat. And you know, you just you know, go down the line Reinhard. Michael. You can go down the line. We do not have that's not part of the makeup and build up of this hockey team, this this here you haven't been on a team where now, but I play for eight years ago, drew Stafford did not want to go after Kris Neil. When jury got hit. He was a nineteen year old kids. Right. He did. Yup. Because that was the environment that was the environment. If you didn't drew Stafford would have played a lot less games and drew Stafford gained a ton of respect from his teammates graven, though, he got throttled by by Neil. You got thrown to the ice got punched in the face. What year? Did you do it? Okay. Gosh, ten years ago. I know this is completely different. You've got Keith Yandell. Okay. Literally one of the softest players. He's an offensive. He's an off. He's a beautiful offense player skating. Puck moving. He's a power play specialist. He goes after Skinner who's another guy that that's never fought in his life. He's not going to he's ease. It's not his game. Now, you got these guys, you know, wrestling around and Keith Yandell, take some down. Well, great Keith Yandell went to the box. And we had an opportunity on the power play. We capitalize on that. We're not sitting here talking about redemption on Keith Yandell. No, we until it gets to five one maybe four one three one four three one. If the sabers can get to four one or five one, maybe you go and take it to I've been told to go and take only a two minute penalty on a guy you're allowed to go and take a two, but you're not allowed to fight. Y year two thousand ten has fighting left. Call me if I'm wrong eight oh three oh, five fifty eight eight eight five fifty to five fifty. I am not talking about enforcers. Okay. I wanna make that clear. I'm talking about a physical game. That's still allows for the fisticuffs. Okay. Not calling for tough guys dot calling for dogs. I'm not asking you to go and jump Yandell. And I just I told you going to drag go run them through the boards. Go ahead. And when he's not expecting it. Don't take a head shot. Go take a penalty on them. Go. Try to make him fight the way he tried to make Skinner fight. Okay. And my question when I look through the lineup, and you talk about guys that are going to do it. You're asking you guys you were going to run guys through the boards who who's going to be because you're going to be an putting it on Bogo, but he fought three games. It's Yandell Bogo shouldn't be on Bogo all the time every time there needs to be policing. Bogo is going to be okay. I don't feel sorry for putting it on somebody who was put on me to go fight. The toughest guy in the other team. So to sympathize on guy that has to go and fight Keith Yandell for running your your leading goalscorer. I'm not gonna cry about that. I wouldn't care if it was Sherry anybody should have been able to do that. Are you seeing about you seen? It's called. It's Keith Yandell. Yeah. And you've seen what they've called this year and suspensions, I would not want to keep a finger on Keith Yandell because you could get suspended for it. Like, I don't get it. I. We're talking about. It's like we're asking him to go out after who's a big tough player in this league. That scares player players still who's kind of Tom Wilson or Ryan Reeves not asking to go after how about this Jake McCabe after Tom Wilson this year. Why does Jake McCabe after go after Tom Wilson, but nobody can go after Keith Yandell in a five to game four to game because five to is under five minutes. Now, you're looking at a coach's suspension or fine. I just Don. They just want this. They were never out of it. That's the problem is that they are never out of it. Going address Keith Yandell gave us a power play for something stupid. He didn't even know the situation with Skinner and Alexander bark off, Keith Skinner. Did nothing. I mean Berkoff slid in fell maybe got tripped a little bit. It's no big deal. I mean, it's a hockey play. And then all of a sudden Yandell thinks that he did something dirty to him. All right. I mean, we got a few minutes your Jeremy Roenick is gonna come up at ten thirty. I'm going to ask him about this. You know, what I'm gonna say this. I am so sick and tired of star players. You know, getting abused in the game. I am I'm sick and tired of it. And that's that. So I don't know how you're going to police it. But sometimes I I saw Kyle Turris fight. Who'd he fight the other night his old teammate, Bobby Ryan, all my God, Bobby Ryan and Kyle tourists talked about a couple of killers. Okay. Lynn in cold, and you're on the line with and. Through and Craig and to all of us. So stay on the line. We got we got a bunch of phone calls eight oh three oh, five fifty eight five fifty to five fifty if you wanna get in on the conversation. Go ahead land. Hi, guys. I totally agree with you, Pete medium a dinosaur like you. But absolutely when you're star player gets run. I was livid last night. I'm not talking about fighting in. I don't care who steps up and nails it guy or or what who's their leading goalscorer..
"blue team" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Three five three eight two four two three three two three five three eight c h someone has to do it might as well be you. Benson show. People. It is. There is no fairness in our system of government. Our founding down. Good. Lisa Murkowski, she is Republican Senator who is voting no on cavenaugh. Which is of course, you know? People are. But. There's a reason for this. I mean, the the reality is. She was gonna probably be no. But they last night from what I understand Mitch. And as talked to both her and has talked also and he is a wizard at times. I mean for all of the stuff that we make fun of Mitch are church. Not fun. You make fun of me. The kind of works the system as best. He can right now you have to have that because there's such a thin margin and Collins and Rakowski or in a very precarious situation of what to do what not to do what to do what not to do. Because of where they are in states that are purple in states that. You've got to be careful and the pressure is been on them and so- Mitch knew that hey, we can afford. We've got to get through the cloture. So we can actually stop the debate about it and take it to a final vote. So let's do that. And. One of you will have to say, yes. To get to that point. And we know that with mansion even though he's a democrat. He's also at a precarious situation because he's got to walk a fine line of being a very red states. And he's a blue democrat. He's he he he's a blue guy if you will read guy blue guy red person bloopers, he's in a red state buddies on the blue team. So he walks that fine line. And so look it was always going to be close chances of of Pence being the decider pets must be very excited. Very excited. How does something to do very exciting. Who's with me? But nobody one here. I think in the end this has been ugly, and nobody is a winner. And I think the way that we have handled this both sides has been at times just awful. And it's not been good. It's not been good. This is something, you know. This is something you use as a don't do this kids. Let's not handle things this way. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show, Twitter, you can tweet at us high school, oh high school, this feels very nineteen seventy sitcom it's not unusual for high school cheerleaders to bring goodie bags for the football team during homecoming week, but recently some treats at Hartford high school had a little something extra in them. Principle mentioned though, they were getting some tips on Balsam possible brownies may have been lease with marijuana oil. Ooh, what Michael prints with the Hartford? Police department says the highschool got a tip through the okay to say app, which allows people to pass along information anonymously, alleging a seventeen year old cheerleader. Brought pop brownies to school.
Elon Musk, Tesla and Kerry Shoemaker discussed on 24 Hour News
"Here's a disturbing scientific finding especially since the. Sky is blue team of chemists at the, university of Toledo led the study they found that exposing the I blue light causes a reaction where. A protein in the retina generates poisonous molecules this process leads to age related macular degeneration which doctor says the leading cause of blindness in the US to protect your eyes from. Blue light the, study, suggests, either sunglasses that can filter both UV and blue light Or avoiding looking at. Your cell phone or tablet in the
"blue team" Discussed on Le Show
"Calling for a red team blue team debate about climate change another email reveals pell was going to give pruitt a private tour of the vatican apostolic palace but that didn't happen and apa spokesman issued a statement saying the meeting did take place emphasizing it was not a private one on one dinner and the epa did not know the pell would be attending the dinner bishop under charges bursts into spent five star dinner at a rooftop restaurant is that the is that is that the scenario okay got it and also news the godly to members of secretive evangelical church those are always good charged this week in an unemployment benefit scheme the former congregants said was part of a plan to keep money flowing in despite this struggling economy a decade ago after the thing as part of an ongoing investigation into physical and emotional abuse at the word of faith fellowship church in spin dale north carolina doesn't that make you want to join the associated press reported that authorities looking into the unemployment dealings of congregants and their businesses it's it's complicated but it's godly lays jomon news news thereof is a copyrighted feature of this broadcast now following up on an interview we had a few weeks ago here on this program so news from outside the bubble about what is going on on the border between me and mar we call burma sometimes when we shave and and bangladesh this is where.
"blue team" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It change it really became a party platform on the republican party and i know that there are many republicans in congress today that actually understand that climate change is real and actually would like to do something about it but it's just not what they're doing and it's not what they're standing up for let's put aside the idea that climate change the hoax or there's no science to believe in we're going to move past that that is a garbage discussion that we're not gonna even entertain i was kinda hoping we'd ever red team blue team canada but there is this perception that environmental protection comes at the cost of economic progress that in order for us to have clean air and clean water perfectly timed with you taking that sip of water that you will wonder why oh you something that will slow the growth of jobs that will cost us money mean more taxes you firmly standing against that why because it's not true i mean many many people have looked at this and done the math and the math is pretty extraordinary it just depends on what you count you know the only reason why i think people get confused about this the only reason why you regulate is not to have the joy of regulating it's not the most joyful thing that people do you regulate because there is an inherent problem in a market where there are people being damaged and those people need to be protected they have a right to health and happiness like everybody else so you narrowly craft what you need to do from government to connect to correct that that inequity and that's what regulation is all about it's not taking away freedom protecting individuals freedoms who otherwise wouldn't be able to.
"blue team" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Blue team jersey because right now the blue teams says guns gun control gun control gun control and the red team says mental health mental health mental health nothing ever gets done the conversation needs to include all of that it needs to include guncontrol mental health lower socioeconomic neighborhoods where crime is rampant it needs to include access to all kinds of guns whether it be rifles or handguns or whatever else it needs to include the discussion about how many weapons somebody should be able to own what age they should be able to own than at what the purpose of it is what the purpose of the second amendment wasn't the first place and and why target shooting is not a part of that and shouldn't be and by the way social media also needs to be a part of the discussion because i started this segment by going into detail about all of the social media that this kid did this shooter had uh out there about his uh you know desire to kill people so what should we be doing what regulations should be in place in our social media so that people like this can get stopped before they shoot instead of us having to deliver our thoughts and prayers are over dead children we're going to talk about the social media angle right after this will be them do mm.