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Is Roe v. Wade on the Ropes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 3 d ago

Is Roe v. Wade on the Ropes?

"We did know that the abortion case was taken up by the United States Supreme Court, the third branch of government article three, 9 justice on the Supreme Court in that way for a 150 years, the current regime wants to change it. And they want so essentially the issue is this is that Mississippi has passed a law that outlaws abortion at 15 weeks. The Mississippi solicitor general has decided to take that law and defend it through court, the pro abortionists, the people that are on the side that it's not a human life, it's just something else called the cells, the center for reproductive rights, they're arguing out in front of the Supreme Court. Now, I'll be very honest. My expectations were low. I'm a very pro life individual. I speak out about the scourge of abortion. We've done that on many different occasions here on this program and on our podcast. In fact, I encourage you to check out the Seth Gruber conversation from this last weekend. Connor, what great timing that we posted Seth Gruber when we did? We were holding on to that sets of dear friend. He is one of the most articulate pro life activists. I encourage you to check out that podcast, the best case against abortion you will hear. And I did not expect to have much action. I expected the justices actually Alito and Thomas I expected to probably draw a line. I didn't expect some of the middle justices like Gorsuch or Kavanaugh or Amy Coney Barrett to start to signal that they were somewhat sympathetic with the Mississippi abortion law. Now we have a lot of sound that I want to get to here. We have a lot of different kind of cuts that I want to get and the name of the case because you're going to be hearing this time and time again is Dobbs versus Jackson's women's health organization. Dobbs V Jackson and it's looking like for just kind of a bystander that roe versus wade might be on the ropes.

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"connor" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:55 min | 4 d ago

"connor" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"But yeah, I mean, I grew up in a family system with a mom and a dad and they separated and then divorced for 9 years, no other siblings, neither one of them remarried or really even dated anybody. And so, yeah, I was part of this kind of tiny system. And there was a ton of conflict and hostility through the separation and the divorce process. That was very long. And I was tiny. I was in first grade when it began. And yeah, there was just a lot of fighting, a lot of tension, a lot of manipulation, a lot of gaslighting, a lot of paranoia, a lot of emotional flooding. I mean, literally everything you could possibly think of was part of that experience. And I love you in the book. It all. I learned how to engage with the system that operated that way. And especially my father, who was a master at manipulation, he was very quick with his words. He was, yeah, I mean, even before the term gaslighter, you know, was even popularized. It was like there was a lot of manipulation and yeah, just like quick on his feet, right? And OG gaslighter. Yeah. He invented the term. At this middleman, got it. And I always talk about, obviously, part of my work is family systems and origin stories. And so I think about the origin story. And the first time where I was observing both through observation and through experience, the manipulation really wasn't directed at me as a kid, but I watched the manipulation with my mom. And I saw in her someone who was not able to stay on her toes and keep up and it was confusing for her and it was destabilizing for her. And so I watched as a little kid and I saw what he was doing. And so I talk about how when you are a kid who's reality is being denied or you're watching, manipulation. There's something about this need to be right that emerges. So I would battle with my dad at a certain point and be like, nope, that's not what you said, or nope, that's not what you did. And I was the only person who could actually catch and watch and call him on the things that he was doing and kind of trip him up with it. And that turned me into an adult who needed to be right in conflict. Because right, meant safety, you know, right meant that I wasn't being duped. I wasn't being fooled. That was a position of stabilization for me. And so when Connor and I would get into conflict, there was this part that would emerge where I needed to be right. I needed to prove my point. I would go to all lengths to show Connor that he was wrong and that I was right. And so you when you're asking this question about why it's important..

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"connor" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:48 min | 4 d ago

"connor" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"And even though there had been time and space between it, I think there was still a part that wondered or thought maybe this person would reenter into my world. Yeah, there was a tenderness there, right? It was like this person had reentered another relationship and Connor was actually coming off of a relationship. And so it was interesting because it was a very there was familiarity to for me in my experience of it. There was familiarity and like, oh, this is really tender and raw. I've been in the situation before where a person can change their mind and go back into a dynamic that they had before. And as Connor was exiting this relationship, for me, there was a sensitivity there. I was like, oh, this is either like my wounding or this is going to be such a beautiful healing opportunity for me. You know, that line is so thin. And it's so heart right. It's like wisdom and discernment and yeah, like our awareness and our ability to have these conversations with each other is oftentimes that difference maker between just being in a pattern versus being in the healing of something that gives us that new ending. I'm grateful that, of course, where our relationship developed into was the healing for me, but there were times in the beginning stages where Connor was definitely pulling me back off the edge a bit because I was like, you know, I know this, you know? This is so familiar for me. And I definitely don't want to experience the same thing over and over and over again. And so yeah, there was definitely a Ron is there even though there had been a lot more space between the ending of my previous relationship than for Connor. So there was this fear of history repeating itself that he was would potentially get back with an ex-girlfriend? Is that kind of what was showing up for you? Yeah, I wasn't sure. That I was going to go back. No, I didn't know that, yeah, I don't know that I was concerned about that. But I think just sort of like you're full availability, right? Got it. Got it. It's like a normal question, right? It's like if somebody's coming out of a relationship, how much time do you normally need after that relationship? Because it was, you know, it was a more long-term relationship that I had done that I had exited. And so there was apprehension on her part. I see. And that makes sense, right? I think that's even if you haven't gotten out of relationship recently. We're constantly wondering how ready and other person is. And sometimes we just don't know. So something you said earlier Connor that made me think, well, that's so true with love comes logistics. So what do you think is the chicken or the egg here?.

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Democrats Would Rather Pass 'Build Back Better' Bill Than Retain Power

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last week

Democrats Would Rather Pass 'Build Back Better' Bill Than Retain Power

"Now the build back better act has been the bill that you've probably heard bits and pieces discussed for the last couple of weeks and months. The build back better act is one of the largest spending bills an American history. The build back better act is so important to the current Democrat regime that they have decided to make the following bargain. They would rather lose power. And get this bill passed. Their poll numbers are historically low. The popularity for Democrats hasn't been this low in 30 or 40 years. Yet the question that is frustrating and confusing and confounding. So many normal Americans is why don't they care? You see I've had that same question. We've wrestled with that together here on this program. And then this morning I got up, and I asked our team, producer Connor and producer Andrew Andrew did a great job feeling yesterday. I said, what's actually in this bill? Send me the details. Send me the information. And as I got to actually reading, what is in this bill? I have now come to the realization. As to why Pelosi and Schumer are comfortable, satisfied and content with losing power if this bill goes into

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This Is Why Some Conservatives Are So Vaccine Hesitant

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

This Is Why Some Conservatives Are So Vaccine Hesitant

"Which, we had a question yesterday about the vaccine. It was a good kid. I don't think I was too intense. Was like, Connor, I think I handled that okay. And he said, Charlie, why is it that conservatives are so vaccine skeptical or hesitant or whatever, you know, the accusation is. And I was just having this conversation with my family over the weekend, it's, well, a lot of we're seeing a lot of people that got the vaccine, and they're getting very sick. And then you see stories like this one Gibraltar, which is a very small country. One of the most vaccinated countries on the planet. Highest vaccination rates up there with Israel and Singapore. They have canceled Christmas celebrations amid COVID spike. Health minister Han Samantha Sacramento described the increase in case numbers as drastic. And encouraging people to come forward to receive their booster vaccine these people never learn. The government has advised members of the public to wear masks avoid large gatherings and maintain social distancing. Gibraltar is one of the highest rates actually is the highest rates of vaccinations in the world. In March, Gibraltar became the first nation of the world to vaccinate its entire adult population. The government has traced the spike back to religious gatherings, workplace mixing and social events. They now mandate mask wearing and all shops, medical establishments, airports and enclosed places of worship. What's really interesting about Gibraltar, though, is it has a very small population. 34,000 people. So going on a mass vaccination campaign wasn't that hard. But how's it working out for them? One of the highest most vaccinated countries in the world Gibraltar is hardly been able to turn

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White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

"People can't believe this is actually happening. That in the state of Texas, you try to go get monoclonal antibodies or Regeneron, and you're turned away because the color of your skin. Why are we putting up with this? Why is the Texas leadership putting up with this? It's a really good question and why did it take an undercover video of a guy trying to get the treatment to expose it? We need a lot better leaders in our country. The fact that this is even remotely tolerated in the state of Texas, is stunning. Connors from Texas. He's a proud Texan. But I'll be honest. Texas has lost its swagger recently. You're lettin illegals just flood into your state, you know, beta aura or whatever his name is, Robert Francis o'rourke, the fake Hispanic who calls himself that who married a developer's daughter from El Paso. Never done anything meaningful in his life. He's running for governor. Come on, Texas. Get your act together. You're tougher than this. You're smarter than this. The fact that you're allowing your medical policy straight from the equivalent of Texas Health and Human Services. So this is the official government body. This is not some like one off. Is that right Conor? It's not like some one off private industry.

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Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues

"Kalorama moto scored with just twenty eight seconds remaining to send the Oilers past the blues five to four we played a good getting them now she they came back in the third but on your chin and panic too much on the bench on there said stick to the game plan and I think that's what we did you know kind of stuck to it and you know found a way to win Edmonton wasted a two goal lead in the third period before Yamamoto notched his third of the season Ryan Nugent Hopkins and Ryan McLeod scored just eight seconds apart late in the second period to put the Oilers ahead forty two NHL points leader Leon rice at all netted his fifteenth goal of the season and added two assists Connor McDavid added a goal and two helpers Robert Thomas had three assists to coming on goals by Ivan Barbashev and Vladimir Tarasenko in the final period I'm Dave Ferrie

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Draisaitl has 2 goals and an assist, Oilers beat Bruins 5-3

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Draisaitl has 2 goals and an assist, Oilers beat Bruins 5-3

"Leon Dr Seidel had two goals and an assist as the Oilers stop the Bruins five three I think there's lots of things that we can improve on on that you know we don't have to score five goals every game to to win a game try side leads the NHL with twenty six points to more than teammate Connor McDavid McDavid had one assist to extend his scoring streak to twelve games to start the season Evan Bouchard Zach Hyman Cody CC also scored for Edmonton which avoided its first back to back losses of the season Linas hallmark stopped twenty three shots for Boston which lost at home for the first time this season David Pasternak a Brad Marchand scored for the Bruins I'm the ferry

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 Conner leads short-handed Cardinals past 49ers 31-17

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Conner leads short-handed Cardinals past 49ers 31-17

"James Conner ran for two touchdowns and caught a forty five yard TD pass from back up quarterback colt McCoy as the cardinals are the thirty one seventeen went over the forty Niners Mr **** division game on a row you know everything was everything was Linus of what you know for for a dog fight so we just came came with the fight to the eight one cardinals played without quarterback Kyler Murray and receivers deandre Hopkins in AJ green but still had little trouble completing the season sweep against the three and five forty Niners Connor finished with one hundred seventy three yards from scrimmage and now leads the NFL in TV's with eleven all scored in the past seven games makori was twenty two or twenty six for two hundred forty nine yards I'm the ferry

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Draisaitl OT goal caps Oilers' 6-5 comeback over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Draisaitl OT goal caps Oilers' 6-5 comeback over Rangers

"The oil is very team record nine in one after scoring for the last five goals in the six five come back over the Rangers Leon dry subtle ended at three twenty seven of O. T. and assisted on Connor McDavid's tying goal with two fifty nine left in regulation capping Abington's three goal third slow start for us and then like a third of US restoring we start right away to get the power play and get everything going on okay really nice wind dry side McDavid and Tyson Barrie each had a goal and two assists for the Oilers while Darnell nurse set up three tallies dry side leads the NHL with twenty three points one more than McDavid make is a band that you had scored twice for the Rangers who are five oh one two in their last seven road games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last month

Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York

"The fault line is being exposed, the Democrats are doing an autopsy of why they lost in every possible direction from Edward durr to the Virginia governor's race to the lieutenant governor's race in Virginia. How bad was it actually? Well, I just want to. I want to hear, let's just local news report cut 87. This is in New York, Nassau county. Play cut 87 just so you understand what Democrats are dealing with. Even in New York play tape. The shock resonated from the New York suburbs down the eastern seaboard. People are saying there was a red wave, they're wrong. It was a red tsunami. Republican Bruce blakeman declaring victory in the Nassau executive race considered the biggest upset here since Edmund Ghana when seated Tom swazi in 2009. We had the right message. It was taxes. It was crime. People are fed up with a liberal, progressive policies of the other party. This isn't the party of John F. Kennedy anymore. It's the party of AOC and Bernie Sanders, and they're rejecting that. And Joe Biden, they're rejecting that. I said this yesterday to Connor, and I said this to Andrew, I said, if the Democrats continue with this, and if they are unable to inoculate themselves, and remove the tumor, that is woke ism from their party. It is not out of the conversation that if conservatives do their job, and they don't, they're not run by a bunch of feckless morons, which is so often the case, we could end up winning states like New Jersey and Connecticut. We could win 40 out of 50

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Youngkin Beats McAuliffe in Virginia Poll as Education Fight Defines Campaign

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last month

Youngkin Beats McAuliffe in Virginia Poll as Education Fight Defines Campaign

"Here, the Virginia governor's race is quickly tightening. The Virginia governor's race is statistically tied in a new poll actually shows that Terry mcauliffe is losing and the Republican challenger is winning. These polls can be all over the place, but we've been keeping our eye in the Virginia governor's race, and we just did a massive event in Virginia. We had 3000 people show up in loudon county, Virginia, new poll alert, according to the university of Mary Washington, now Connor, that's not some right wing. Institution, right? That's not as if it was, you know, let's say Donald Trump organization doing the poll or whatever, right? Okay. So it says that young kin is leading in the polls with 48%, mcauliffe 43%. What is the RealClearPolitics average? Now show. That's always very interesting to look at. But the number one issue the number one issue as to why all of a sudden, the Virginia governor's race has been flipped upside down is schools. New polling shows that parents of K through 12 children. That means suburban women, and fathers, in Virginia, 56% of them want a Republican governor I can't imagine that this is not a recipe for victory for the Republican. Virginia has become a blue state Virginia has become a place that Republicans used to dominate and because of the growth of the kingdom of Washington D.C. in Northern Virginia in loudoun county and fairfax county in particular, these races have just been so frustrating and seemingly untouchable. But because of the new rise of the mom and dad showing up to school board meetings, we are now seeing a backlash and response politically that is profound and that it's

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Caller Talks About the Real Challenges of Trucking Today

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last month

Caller Talks About the Real Challenges of Trucking Today

"Hey I wanted to touch on the taxes for a minute I think that's just Joe's way of getting by it Connor's baby's mama But This trucking industry was hurt when they started this driverless They keep saying they're going to they're going to come out with driverless trucks And I want to say something to all you young guys out there Come out and get a job It's not going to happen Driverless trucks Are you kidding me Yeah That's what they're saying And they can hack into your website now You know how it is They're backed in the hospitals You got trucks running up and down the road with hazardous material I myself have hazards material on right now You get a guy that hacks into a system and runs that truck to a school building a hospital you know Let me ask you something Doug the prior trucker Brian said it's very difficult for owner operators to operate in California What's your experience Well it's not only California it's New Jersey to Mark It's all over And it's all for the unions The union set this up The engine controlled by the board And they control the ports they control the in and outs And yes California has had a restriction since two 11 And that's the whole deal there They go as far as the cleanliness of a truck If your truck's not picking fan don't boot you out of the state Now this is fascinating to me because all the news reports that you're hearing none of them have commented on this None of them have looked into

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Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | Last month

Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

"A new poll shows that forty one percent of biden voters and fifty two percent of trump voters at least somewhat agree that the time has come the split the country into red and blue states. What is your take on this. What is that paul. Can you send that to me. Connor we have been warning about this for quite some time that the country is about to go to a national divorce and you see a lot of conservative podcasters following our lead on that we've been. We've been on top of that honestly because of you the amazing listeners. You guys have been emailing us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com and we tens of thousands of emails in every week or two and so we really get a good idea of. What are you thinking. What's going on here. Are you happy with your current government. And so i just wanna thank those of you that amazingly support us. Business insider majority of trump voters believe. It's time to split the country into to. This is where we are headed quickly. I said this in a meeting recently and it just got totally silent people. Decide what do you mean. And by the way let me just be very clear because lot of journalists watch this. I think this is terrible. I don't support it and it is tragic but it's true. This is what's happening university of virginia center for politics poll. Uva surveyed two thousand voters. Half of whom voted for trump hafer biden late july in order to get a better understanding the growing split between the democrat party. So i asked. I asked people to question. What do i have in common with. Ibm inc supporting transgender activists. In san francisco they want peace of people forcibly vaccinated. I don't they think america's racist i don't they think our history goes the gutter. I don't they want our borders open. I want our borders closed. They love the tech companies. I don't they don't revere the constitution. I do go through the list. Besides us both using dollar bills to transact our business relationships. What do i have in common with that person. They're starting to say. I don't wanna live in the same country as them and guess what that's what our side is saying to.

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Iceland Halts Moderna Jabs Over Heart-Inflammation Fears

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:46 sec | Last month

Iceland Halts Moderna Jabs Over Heart-Inflammation Fears

"Stops the use of the modern of vaccine not just for teenagers or people under thirty for everyone. The risk of heart problems is too high according to icelandic health authorities. Back in may right before. I got married the last episode. We did actually remember this connor. We asked our audience. Hey has anyone had any adverse events to the vaccine. See and a couple of weeks. I came back to thousands and thousands and thousands of emails of adverse events of people dropping of people that parents drop dead losing regular mobile. You know motor function and of course. The media continued their propagandist. Push against anyone that dared. Ask the

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"connor" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:50 min | 2 months ago

"connor" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"I've done a few conversations since coming out of freedom festival's a great experience and this is going to be very interesting and fun. This is connor. Boy act he is the author of tuttle twins the so far twelve part book series for kids which brings out. It's so fantastic. It brings out. All of the foundational libertarian writings classics in a way. That's totally accessible. So the kids. I really wanna get into that. But i and also he is the president of the libertas institute in utah and There's some really interesting things there heading. So we're gonna we're gonna do a rapid fire session. But i i'd like to say hello to connor and tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got where you are. It's monica appreciate being on i. I took kind of a winding road to get into the life. That i know have i actually was a web developer back in the day and just on the side developed this kind of interest in political and economic issues. I started reading books. Well after college and found myself wanting to get more involved but not really finding any group that i really clicked with the resonated with and so that led eventually to me. Starting our think-tank trying to change laws. We've now changed dozens. We've passed a ton of first in the nation laws that we're now helping other states pass as well so You know and frankly my red pill moment was. I don't know if you ever heard of the documentary called. America freedom to fascism. How live ariza late aaron russo. Yeah so i was Watching that in a little private screening right as it came out in a library room with like twelve people as invited by my uncle. And there's this guy in this documentary that made a ton of sense. What is ron. Paul's may first exposure to dr paul side. I googled ron paul. And then cut. The rest is history. Wow well he features in one of your bucks. Which i found very interesting so i wanna just hit the books because i and then i want to talk about some current events but i. I've read most of the of these books i loved. I mean you really. You had me with the first one which is called the law. It's it's basically a treatment for kids. What does the age ranges at nine to twelve or five to twelve. We found a lot of success with five and six year olds. Once you get thirteen fourteen like a lot of them will still actually read the books. Even though it's beneath them format wives but most teenagers have never encountered these ideas before and so we ended up having this very broad age range but kind of our sweet spot is the five to twelve. I actually found it useful. Because i do. Try to simplify these messages so things. That are complicated. Like you have one about the creature from jekyll island. Which is the fed and inflation and these these are concepts that are kind of like it takes two levels of understanding..

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DOJ's School Board Violence Memo Targets Concerned Parents

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:19 min | 2 months ago

DOJ's School Board Violence Memo Targets Concerned Parents

"While we were doing our speech at the university of michigan some news broke. And as i got off the stage producer. Connor says charro. You won't believe what. Merrick garland the attorney. General of the united states has now decreed or announced. I said well. I usually am not surprised to shocked. But what is it. The justice department last evening has now announced that they are going to use government power to go after parents that are challenging their school boards. Now remember this. All started because this whole narrative all started because the national school board association viola garcia specifically called on the biden regime to start labeling parents speaking out of school board meetings as domestic terrorist. He said that on cnn. I'm gonna play that tape and just a little bit. So the justice department pressured by the national school board association of america responds by saying miss citing an increase in harassment. Intimidation and threats. Okay let's go through those three different things intimidation. Let's start with harassment. What is the definition of harassment. Exactly asking questions showing up the school board meetings writing comments someone's facebook feed number two intimidation what is intimidation. Exactly where in the united states. Federal criminal code is illegal to harass and intimidate somebody under their definition there is their definition of harassment intimidation showing up and actually showing the curriculum that the school boards have been passing the graphic pornographic material that has been implemented for example. Let's play cut thirty two. We have cut thirty to cut thirty. Two stacey langston. This is just one example. We have played dozens and dozens and dozens of these examples over the last couple months. I myself have showed up at school. Board meetings am i guilty of intimidation harassment for speaking and challenging power. Uncut cut thirty two. I want you to listen to this. Is this now. The fbi is new definition of domestic terrorism. Like thirty two. Both books describe different ax. One book describes a fourth grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male. The other book has detailed illustrations of a man having sex with a boy the illustrations include fillet. ceo sex toys masturbation and violent nudity. Now that's stacey langton who says basically in the curriculum is for the graphic material. But i shouldn't apologize because i didn't say it. That's what's in your children's textbooks. I don't. I don't have to apologize for that. Some people send us emails. Charlie why are you planning these tapes so terrible. it's what children are learning exposing. Something actually can have a moral good which it has here so stacey langston is she intimidating harassing her school board. The justice department continues by saying and threats of violence against school board members. Hold on is that what local police for

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Facebook Mysteriously Went Down After Whistleblower Went Public... Coincidence?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Facebook Mysteriously Went Down After Whistleblower Went Public... Coincidence?

"Facebook was down for yesterday. Y well they said that it was an internal system error but was it to try and reset the company and reset their coding. One man jason wrote on facebook of all places he said. What sort of content is facebook now being challenged to regulate more hate speech. Divisive political content conspiracies. Of course anything. That stands in the way of their agenda and why for facebook's own financial gain because they're antitrust agenda must remain so the whistle blower has now come out and just endorsed more censorship for the good of children while also preserving antitrust. So how do you make such a massive algorithm ick chain across the entire site to censor more maybe install a new algorithm and reboot the entire system for five or six hours and yet the following day as the whistle blower goes in front of congress. They reset the entire thing now. Maybe it's just kind of a system boot. They don't know what they're doing but we posted something on instagram. Yesterday that had come to the worst engagement we have ever seen any post ever are. We now been blacklist. I don't know. I'm just saying it was so bad connor right. It was unbelievable. I looked at it this morning and it was a good post and it was just completely obliterated now. Maybe it's just some sort of functional error. Whatever and it's very strange to the facebook configuration effected telegram. At and t. And verizon and facebook has now said that the major outage was due to configuration changes so they were reconfiguring things yesterday. to what extent are they harmonizing. With this whistle blower is this whistleblower real whistleblower or is this someone that has been sent out to try to create a narrative that will actually benefit the tech

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Senators Alarmed After Afghan Refugees Walk off Military Bases by the Hundreds

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Senators Alarmed After Afghan Refugees Walk off Military Bases by the Hundreds

"Senate. Republicans are alarmed after afghan refugees walk-off military bases by the hundreds. I thought it was republicans that said we must let all these afghan refugees back into the country invade the world. Invite the world actually. So what do they do. I was just oakland with connor. I said you know instead of actually telling state governors to go arrest these people or to deport them. They wrote a letter. We have the ribbon cutting letter writing. Republicans the senators letter demanding. More information follows a report. Saturday by reuters that at least seven hundred afghans just left the us bases without receiving any services. They're just gone there. Your fellow countrymen now and if you disagree you're racist doesn't matter that afghans don't share western values doesn't matter that there was ridiculously disturbing crimewave in europe that we went into great detail on our program now instead it says while immigration experts told reuters at those individuals are not breaking the law and that military ficials have no legal authority to detain law-abiding afghans. The senators worry that some evacuees are slipping through the alleged cracks in the vetting process. Of course whatever states that they're in if they're republican states. The republican governors won't do anything about it as the law continues to be disregarded next me on that side against the law you just walk off a base. Were you born here you. Us centers and you just do whatever you want. That's my country now worthless

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"connor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"connor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To have all of you with us here on a tuesday afternoons. We get ready for the weekend. We had conner based on last year. He was having a quite a first season at the university of missouri. And he is back now and he's having a just as good a season maybe even better connor. Great great to see you again. Thank you and how is everything going. Great things are going. Well thanks for having me back on good to see you. You bet it's great to have you back in. I know before we get to this weekend. it's certainly going to be an interesting challenge. Let's talk about where Mizzou is and where you are. After three weeks of the football season. I know little disappointing with the kentucky loss. But you played well and it seems like it's going pretty well. Yes things are going well Like you said had a tough loss against kentucky. But i was proud of how we fought in that game and kept battling and you know. I think that we showed improvement from last year. Where and those road game we kind of. Just you know lay down and got blown out. So there are a lot of times in that kentucky game. Where was looking like that was going to happen. But you know we thought we thought and kept on and made it a game so now is proud of that and then we had two good wins against central michigan and cmo and looking for the challenge against boston college. We let me go back for just a second before we get to saturday in that. And then that game against kentucky which we all know is a really good team it you know there were some really tough moments But what did you enure teammates. Lean on to to make that into a game. Yeah i think we just had the wayne on each other We had to bring our own energy. No there is fifty five sixty thousand fans. There they were rowdy is great environment but you know they were all reading for kentucky so we had to bring our own energy and you know this kind of no seventy of us versus sixty thousand of them so just kind of how it was and we like i said and had stick together which which brings us to this weekend. I mean th. This is an unusual game. You don't normally look down and expect to see an sec team. Playing in new england I'm sure it's There's a pretty high level of excitement to go up there Bc has had some some really impressive wins over over the last couple of years. What do you know about that program. And and what are you guys expect. Yeah we're we expect to fight dogfight We know they're hard-working team disciplined on defense. So most you know. The defense is a lot like an nfl team. They've got great pass. Rushers great linebackers great great secondary players. So it's going to be a challenge for us and on the Looking forward to a different environment. Up there in boston and I'm sure not many of the guys on the team have been up there so it'll be. It'll be a good challenge conor. I know this is a team sport but your your numbers are really good this year. Compared with some of the best players at your position in the sec. Can you allow yourself to look at that kind of thing. Or are you just trained. Is it ingrained upon you. It's about the team. It's not about me. I think it is all about the same I think the better the team plays the you know the more the better the individual stats will be so i know if teams one and then you know more people take notice of individual performances as well also in speaking of that We mentioned going out of the conference. This weekend The you'll i think tennessee after that and then the normal complement of extremely difficult games. How much do you and your buddies keep up with. What is going on around the sec. Every weekend i know. I know myself and a lot of the other guys on the team. You know we love to watch football when you have those eleven. Am kickoff in columbia You know we've got a lot of time to watch football during the day so anytime anytime we can sit down and watch relax and watch. Watch them sec football. We're definitely going to do that. Just just another advantage to you know. Get early film on guys. We play in later in the year. Will you get an early game like you did. And there are mega games on just like last saturday with florida hosting alabama than later. You have the auburn penn. State game are you. Are you watching that game. You can't you can't be watching it like we are as fans. Are you watching a trying to get your mind inside. The head of the quarterback. How do you watch your game. I think there's a little bit of both. You know point in the sec. When you watch these other games you kind of watch him on one side as as a fan like you're like you're a seventh grader on saturdays sitting on the couch and then there's another side where you know looking at the defenses kind of seeing okay. This guy can play or you know. They're they're running a lot of this coverage so this stuff's stuff that you can take in. You know like i say get an advantage or earlier on in the season we As fans. i'll just speak for myself. I'm watching the end of the florida game or the auburn gaming. I'm like a tight and tense. You understand that better than we do. We don't go through which you go through when you're seeing the quarterback in a situation where he has a two point play to tie the game on the auburn game where we're bone exists is trying to find the end zone to to maybe tired as well. What are you thinking about what you would be doing. Yeah for sure. I'm thinking about you. Know what are good play calls for that. What are what are what i would do in that situation. You know looking. After the play what i would do so definitely definitely looking at that and kind of putting putting myself in that position for for when it happens later on in the season does that. Help connor to simulate those situations. I know a lot of the sports psychologist always talk about. You know these you is what is happening. It's one thing to visualize and individuals sport or whether it's golf or maybe even basketball visualizing the shot. It's another thing to visualize eleven people coming after you on the final play of the game. How do you prepare for that type of moment. Yeah i think. There's a lot of visualization to. It does asian to it. But i think just more so focusing on visualizing like yourself in the place that in the game plan other than the defense across from you. I think that helps me more just going through each each one of the players in the game plan and visualizing each one of them's gonna score and then go through different works and saying all right. Here's my check down. This is my deep throat my my shot and if it's not open i'm taking my check downing. It's this look so just kind of stuff like that. You can visualize that and prepare yourself for the game. Let me close by just getting your thoughts on on the rest of the season in a lot of pundits. Make a big deal out of out of one law. You can make that up. But you're you you know you're going to have to beat somebody. Maybe you're not supposed to as you look down the road. I know coaches only want you to look at the next game but but just overall how do you feel like this mizzou. Missouri team is is situated for the rest of the year. Yeah i really like it. I like our schedule and We've got some big games at home I think we play really well at home. 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Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain

CNN 5 Things

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain

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Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again

"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual

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"connor" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Cheine On

"I think he'd realize it. You should go and you should talk to him. I he has he's injure ship that's what it was. She was looking for in term and very humbled to say that out of an she clearly saw something in the main. God blesses won't because out of all the thousands of students in the business program she could have chosen and brought this opportunity to. She only brought it to me she. She's like no sam's meet this kid. You gotta talk to this kid so she pulled me aside told me about it. She said go talk to him. So i i went to talk to sam. I remember printing out like my business plan for vixen like show my entrepreneurial deal those oh proud for it and then we met and and he got to tell him about the idea and i fell in love with the giveback model giving back three to five percent. On every order to a nonprofit partner there are small team scrappy scrappy startup. going onto the small business phase. And at the end of the meeting he said. Do you want to join. It's unpaid and i. And i pause for a second and just something in me was like shouting. Yes take it to hell. And and so i was like. Let's fucking do it man. Let's let's john. i'll be your work for. I can do the same. And so for the entire summer. Twenty seventeen software into junior year. I worked it was like six fourteen hour days on average. We're we're doing seventy hours a week for free. I remember doing the calculations. I overstated in fifty hours for free that summer while everybody else was that he's bar laimbeer among the joined the tournament's going i respect all that i had my fun too i totally respect it but i was. I made the sacrifices man. I put it overseas almost seven hundred dollars completely free for the startup. That had had some promise. But i believed in it and i dedicated my time to it and and so that then eventually led into a full time job with that company. They eventually Basically i guess it that. Basically sam noticed my ranch mobility once again and and kind of gave me a lot more power and a lot more authority and so we were heading towards a head heading on the way toward bankruptcy or you know things were not looking so well financing was not looking that great so bankruptcy was an option at one point and so i was like you know what fuck that man. We're gonna we're gonna turn this around we're gonna we're gonna fix this and so amongst a laundry list of things that sam obviously did is the founder and ceo that. I just didn't see. Because i was behind doors and a he sacrifices life so much money to make it out of that we'd but also he gave me that authority to say look like i trust. You have all people on this team you know to really help was turns around and so what we did. Is we basically have but third. Did whatever the in a thirds the staff from like nine full time which included some family members down to three of us fulltime. We went from decent small. Small biscottis is to a lean mean team of a few people took over sales portfolio. Put a put a theoretical wall between the customers and him and said look. I'm gonna handle all of this. You take care of the executive level stuff. I'm taking the whole sales portfolio over. I'm going to be the only one talk to customers now. So you can spend your time doing things. And i'm going to be taken care of this stuff tweaked. Couple things. we charge this charge more their fees that he was always willing to be the nice and wave because they're their friends. Because you know. Sam grew up here and a lot of these relationships. He had business. Were from you know being a local and so me just being the just the guys the college kid that he that he brought on and he willing to let make those decisions. i said. no sorry. We're not waiving that for you this time you're going to have to pay those fees that everybody else pays and so it. Was those little things that we just tactics that we started doing long story short with that is i think i came on. It was like sub. Four hundred thousand in revenue drove it to seven hundred fifty thousand reverence doubled the revenue by the time i left within two year time period under my portfolio brought over one point five million in sales and turn the company around to their first profitable year over two point five million in total sales and the first profitable year within about two two and a half years of being there and so it was. It was a wonderful story that all started with the Professor stout in march of two thousand seventeen saying you know what you need to talk to this guy sam. Same you talk to this guy. Conrad that you guys do some special elliott and that and that led into some some magic and so that was a lot of raw business experience too but story is not over my friends stories all right and this is where now we kind of tile out of these. These loose ends together with major changes sandler time march. Something like that. June is is before the semester resenting. I know that she pulled me to the side again and said connor. You know we're working on this new major. I think it'd be perfect for you. Seeing track record with changing so many majors and not really knowing if if there's a predetermined path for you she's like you're an entrepreneur. You have what it takes to start a company and so she told me about this new entrepreneur major that they're considering rolling out. We had the minor but we have a major yet. She said keep an eye out on it. I think you'd be really perfect for. Why took that as go enroll in it tomorrow. So i went to my guidance. Counselor sat down and said hey. Professor stout mind showed entrepreneurship. Professor told me that this new major that prepared for it. Can you know me and the counselors like looking at me like we have no idea what the fuck talking about like. We don't have that. We have a minor short. You're not talking about the minor i said. No i'm positive. We're we have major. And she walked out of the room. The counselor walked out of the room. Talks to the other guidance counselors and locker hall and she comes back and she's like shaking her head. We have no idea what you're talking about kid and left that office with no decision being made no advancement in my degree change while still with resort hospitality. And i went back to class few days later and as i'm walking in professor stout looking at me a big old smirk on her face shaking your head in in in a in a comical kind of way and And so she puts she called me over and then she's like you got me a slap on the wrist and like what are you talking about. She's like you were not supposed to go.

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"connor" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Cheine On

"Mostly internships part time. Jobs work based learning co-ops minimal full-time jobs. It was all about that hands on earlier. Stage exponential learning so is this three sided marketplace that allowed faculty to manage run their reports employers to have access to the pool of students into get their opportunities in the faces of the students and the students obviously to gain the gain the experience opportunities. So that's that's the that's the meat of what it did. But i guess symbols answer your question is it was it was lee county put in that effort and the dollars in the time to make it happen. Whoa that's cool. yeah it was. It was a lot of fun. It was really cool. We had a good time with them. Wow yeah question for you. Did you work like did you start working when you were pretty young Yes short answer is yes my first real job on. W2 whatever was sixteen. I think the law whatever it was But no i would. I was the neighborhood. Snow blower leaf raker Would would do would help you re escape your garden in the spring and as cash cash from all the neighbors. I'd be riding up the street on my parents. Sit down mower collect ten bucks. After mowing the lawn so yeah. I was very big Into like outdoorsy kind of stuff. I mean 'cause. I didn't jump into like any office i work at a young. I was never. I've never been a cubicle person. I knew that at a young age. I mean looking at how i got short short. John sandals with socks in a long sleeve. This is actually one of my first companies is this is my first company big entertain. We talk about that a little bit and this is me man. I'm never going to be the briefcase carrying suits tailored suits in my house. They're all nice. And tailored. And i love him but for special occasions not for the daily. Go to the office but the suit on. That's not and so. I knew i would never be that person out. Was that free range. You're not gonna be able to get me under your thumb. You know so Yeah did a lot of work a lot of fun stuff and earlier age that earn me some good money so you seem now that i'm talking you more. You seem like the kind of person that was working at a young age. Eighty dollars from a lemonade. Stand when time hell yet but like so with with this do you. What do you what kind of impact you feel like working early had on your ability to on your work ethic and then counting your ability to see maybe some of these types opportunities that you're you're going into now what impact you think. It had good question. Wow okay yeah. My brain is firing with all these spas on got acknowledged very obvious that we talked about. Let's mary a few points together. Is it gave me that free range and self creation to understand. How do i work best. What do i enjoy doing. What do i have the capabilities and making a big impact on and then the opposite. What do i fucking hate doing. What am i not going to be. What am i not the person of and to avoid that. Because i never person to you know Completely put up a wall. I don't i don't put a while. I will always acknowledged both sides. I'll always kind of play the balance of both sides to make sure. I'm still making right decision but it was that acknowledgement in early exposure to figuring out who. I was as a worker. As a person in this workforce or you know eventually would be in the workforce if we're talking about a young age and so it was definitely those those stats self awareness and self identification at a young age. That then helped me put my own self on. And of course i had massive support Put me helped. Put me on the right path to pursuing. You know the career that i knew i would enjoy doing have passion doing would surround myself with the right people that i knew. I enjoy running myself with so is absolutely self-awareness self-identity And i think it was also not think i know it was also a very young earned sense of discipline and would it meant to put in the time and the effort and also worked smart to Like you know saint before you know i. I was the one during the summers where my friends. Maybe we're riding skateboards in a scooters around the park. And i couldn't hang out until three pm 'cause i had five launched them out as seniors old and it's like why enjoy doing this stuff so i i learned and i understood. The work ethic that did take and it was going to take to ever reach the potential. I thought i had in the success. That i wanted to achieve. Did you feel like because you worked early when you started to get into more of like the quote real jobs that it was kind of easier to connect with the older people. The people that were already working like did you feel like you plug into the mindset. One hundred percent a hundred percent hundred percent. You know one of the one of the things. I think i'm always. I'm i will always be very proud of it. It always ring in. The back of my head is remember. I'd come home after hanging out with a new friend or a friend for a period of time out. Maybe i had to sleepover. We had a couple of where it was in a row. And my mom you know they drop me off will be like all you must hate it by now. He's probably got in your nerves and the parents would be like. Oh gosh no we. He's still much more respectful than mike. Here you like a parent which whispers in a while. I was apparent whisper and so substitute that. Now to your point with an adult i i think i gained a sense of communication to adults and not just about saying what they wanted to hear. It wasn't about that is understanding how the adult mind worked and how they communicated and again what it was going to take if i ever wanted to reach that level of maybe somebody who i was inspired by and so he taught me to never be comfortable with how i currently was always live up to somebody who's already doing what i wanna do in has already surpassed that threshold so absolutely it gave me that sense of of of communication but also pointed out ability to work very cohesively and very diligently with someone twice or three times my age and it was great. Because sometimes they'd they'd see a sixteen year old walking in when i first started the real jobs like you pointed out sixteen seventeen. They'd look at this kid. Like all god

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"connor" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"And then we end in september. So we're we got him back. Night instruments iranians. October november shortly. Some really good guests coming up fantastic. I we lost fifteen. Also go on an alternate so lights. Jensen's seventy discussion early on. And i would like to know the last fifteen items. Today we've been imaging or exercise out in the gym and i we oversee yourself kana and there's no getting away from the gym. I'm so you've got to think. More association kennedy cj donahue sitting before. So you've got to change the nine the football full something that you'd see in the that you doing the gym to a full-scale. Yes yeah. I'm pretty sure you go online to open your pool. Jim smith smith. Oh yes that's come up. As not jim squat down squat really want yoga. Not sadler ask. Yeah you're just going back to. Andy legg did have great throat ignite but from the o'connor show study is going to be good one because he he had his demons didn't think regarding drugs and stuff. Yeah that'd be That'd be an interesting one. Our froyo genius against wanna go. Jim jimmy greaves. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Cool white maybe no. We haven't done a who we have none of who this week. But we just didn't have told me we just saw it'll be a to it anyway. I'll show him respect ball. Just really white. Bright bright bright shy. Feel sorry. Jerry rowett gary shaolin monk that good spall very good. What about what about trout. Shake monzo cruel coming to leonard down under mommy microphone. She solid to do something strange. Yeah did say that tom. Tom o'connor o'connor was on was on some show. And anybody's.

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"connor" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Remarkable about fifteen sixteen years got embarrassed but a richest just belgium. but we. Now we've for me a little early. It was almost like a carbon copy of the crisis wasn't yeah but i do think the adducing with that to be out in the first often out for tweeden putting the funding. That's it so go and instead of getting one or two more women we could adopt. We sat back out delayed. Give him chance to school. And that's what we shouldn't don't. But i don't think south that ever come away from that strategy not Should've sean so you're not. Why should avoid after an hour. Actually so it's topol question for connor allen west. You watch the final in the program in this city saito. I'm sitting with see denison. Posh my grandchildren so six and they pick me up when i say might.

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"connor" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Going tickets for for my christmas presents can't wait all of data who doesn't love roy. Come on up. Some stories can imagine villa funds barry for the common said connor. That's used to take time for yourself because you need to be getting divorced outright married zone okay. So i was gonna say now. Okay so get dump yet so you need to watch the program very very very closely Because we're gonna ask questions at the end of the show all think all those who's gonna get dropped nag denia soy nd hogan drop now. Let's see what is nato shamed daniel strike in front of Keeps us. it gives us good options for north problem. So i would like yeah. I don't a genuinely dot com danie. Could while we'd hogan i don't think you could wear. Why would you can hear some tonight at ten bucks to subject. So i went to basel saturday in hogan's body language and i might need companies now thing Off the stump beyond the goals elstein shoot so kissling. Yeah yeah whims. We had five strikers. Arthur six strikers strikers. Yeah we'll have rotation says stay. Yeah that's the thing. No crystal on social media assign all troy. Apply week way cow. Every guy were canelo. Will we said this before the show on. I mean even for the dhabi guy seem seem starts putting bring him all. Yeah yeah yeah. We'll be surprised do we think is a possibility copy on new captain. The policy a danes keeping them found roy a cut as far as respects. Holly still a captain. I think is been the outstanding success from this year. I mean i said he is actually not not committee the foul yet Now that's unbelievable. We've only conceded one goal away okay. Couple of times.

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"connor" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Max. You're listening to the pursuit podcast on the outer bones, network, the Audubon's collective. I don't know, Audubon's puts it out, so I gotta wrap them because they wrap me. Episode 20 5. I didn't think I'd get 25 episodes out. I don't know if you guys thought I'd get 25 episodes out. But it works. People dig it, keep leaving your reviews that really helps me. It helps jabber. It's my same shtick. I'm super pumped on this episode because I recorded it at K two headquarters. I never thought I'd go to K two headquarters. That might not be that exciting to some people. But to me, that was, I mean, that was the Mecca of me growing up was K two skis, K two skiing. Obviously line skis, east coast. Brand starting, and then, you know, K two bottom. But long story long, Connor Clayton is my guest. He's the marketing guru behind line skis full tilt. He was on track to go pro. He was essentially pro, plagued by injuries. We talk all about it. And then we dive into what makes line skis line skis and how they keep having more fun every year. And continuing to make really great skis that are fun. Again, let's keyword on fun skiing is fun. But no, they make really great skis. Let's keep really well. But they're playful and they're forgiving and, you know, skiing got way too serious for a really long and Lion skis is always been the driving force and Connor's a young gun. He welcomed me into the headquarters, gave me a little tour. There isn't an eruption because of Garth's jabber had to peak his head in. And I can't have anything nice. But whatever. Episode 25, Connor Clayton, I have to apologize because my audio is a little echoey. Good thing Connor talks more than I do. I'm still learning, especially in person interviews. But it came out rad. My good friend Charlie, charlier and fuller helped me on the audio side kind of dumbed it down a little bit for me. So it's really good. I'm excited. I'm excited about all my episodes. Connor, thank you so much. Line, full tilt. Go look out their new line. They just dropped it, it's amazing. Episode 25, the pursuit. Oh, there we go. All right, Connor, who are you? What do you do, man, you're live on the podcast. We're live. Hi, I'm Connor. I'm the marketing manager at Lion skis and folks up boots today. We're here in Seattle, Washington. Beautiful day, not raining. Well, hopefully it actually does rain because the fires are getting pretty bad. But you want me just to start at the beginning and talk about myself? Yeah, how'd you get here? How did you obviously you're here now? We don't have to go way back, but you grew up east coast. Yeah. Yeah, so I grew up on the east coast. Lived a lot of my life in Ohio before moving to Connecticut and around 5th grade or so. So that's kind of going way back. But lived in Connecticut and majority of my life probably about ten years or so. And that's kind of where I found my love for skiing growing up in Ohio and originally before that I was born in Canada. So I've got hockey in my blood, so a lot of hockey growing up. And that was kind of the thing to do when I was younger in Ohio and then moving to get that going up until it kind of nearing high school kind of junior high high school was always playing hockey on the team. And then just met a couple of buddies who would go skiing at a place called ski sundown, which I lived in simsbury. And sundown was probably about 20, 25 minutes away from my house since very. And small hill, maybe four or 500 foot vertical mainly just two chairlifts, fixed quads, that will take you up all the way to the top, fixed triples actually excuse me. It had night skiing, open till ten p.m., and so I'd skied a little bit back in Ohio. My parents taught me how to ski at perfect north slopes in Indiana. So I was good enough to go with some buddies and go see what kind of get skiing was all about. And I just learned that what they like to do is go through the train park a bunch when I was super young. And so as I kind of got a little bit more and more into skiing, I turned into that kid that everybody hates in terms of going off the sides of the rails and thinking it does a really cool jumps and really fun to do, so I totally did that in 5th and 6th grade. But that's an appropriate test. To be doing that. Yeah, I thought so. That's all looking back at that now. But yeah, as I kept on kind of skiing, I just kept on going with this group of friends and every day after school, we pretty much would just beg our parents to go drive us to ski sundown and drop us off so we could ski until like 9 or ten at night and luckily for us we had some amazing parents who were willing to do that at least two times a week. So I started doing that in between hockey practices and then I just kind of kept on enjoying skiing more and more and more. And then as I got later into junior high, I finally said to my mom dad, I was like, hey, I think I want to focus on skiing a lot more, like I'm really having a lot of fun with this. I think I'm going to stop playing hockey. And my dad being a Canadian his, I think I might have broke his heart a little bit, but I think eventually he got over it and like I said, they're super supportive. So they're willing to let me go that route and really focus on skiing a bit more. And when I say focus at that point, there's just something I really love to do. It's not like I was trying to do anything with it. Of course, I'm like 13 year old kid at that point. Everybody has the ambitions to be a pro skier. So it's like, yeah, I'm gonna totally do that, but. Yeah, but good for you for like knowing you were done with hockey. Yeah. Well, yeah, it's like, you know, if you're balancing two things in the winter when you want to focus on one and you're clearly having more fun doing one over the other than why not just keep doing it and put your full attention to it, right? So yeah, that allowed me to really kind of ramp up how much I was skiing and going into high school, started skiing the park a lot more with my friends. We'd go to ski center on the weekends because I didn't have hockey in the weekends anymore now. And we'd really start hiking rails and trying to learn some tricks watching a bunch of YouTube videos. And we're watching super old like TJ schiller video of how to do a rodeo 5 40 and trying to learn all these tricks and watching all of the pros at the time on YouTube and trying to teach myself how to do a 360 on a jump or anything. And eventually you'd learn and you'd landed the first time and it's just the most amazing feeling that would kind of keep you coming back for more and more and more. So that's just kind of what I ended up doing almost any free time I had throughout high school, I think in my freshman and sophomore year there had three good buddies and we would go to the hill, any chance we'd get and we'd always try to push ourselves to do a front two or learn a front four, try to do our first front swap. And so I really just kind of fell in love with the park scene because at ski sundown, you're either skiing park or you're skiing, you know, 500 foot vertical run that takes 30 seconds, then you're going to have to do that again. So in my eyes, that got boring pretty quick, but the park is always something that I think there's something new and shiny. There's something new you can try. There's something that you can learn. And so that would just open my eyes to this whole entire environment, and I just kind of fell in love with it. And then from there, kind of in my sophomore year of high school, I think I experienced what the green mountains of Vermont are in terms of had one good buddy to everybody's Kurt scholar, Chris frula, and they kind of introduced me to.

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"connor" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"What's an app that you like for my business. I love using slack. It's an internal communication tool and it has fundamentally changed the way that we communicate so i recommended to every business owner whether you have a va or whether you have one hundred employees what you know my personal favorite question because it's really what my life is all about is what is conscious mean to you. Connor consciousness in conscious for me is bigger than thinking and it's really about presence. Right is a great quote that says consciousness can exist without thinking but thinking can exist with consciousness. And so for me. It's about letting go the thoughts and being present to somebody else in that moment. And what's the legacy you wanna leave at legacy is leaving things better than what i found them. So the legacy is again around reducing socialized Isolation amongst men. Because i feel that will positively impact everything from divorce rates to spousal abuse to all of the important things that we want to shift. Is there a koch. You wanna give a shout out to. Yes so the minute ford foundation. It's a scholarship fund that we've that we've built for underprivileged young men who don't have access to this type of stuff and we'll have linked to that as well on the show notes at conscious millionaire show. I wanna thank you for listening today. Because this is the show for you. The high-achieving service business owner coach consultant. Who wants to make a big impact and big profits. I'd love to hear from you. What's the biggest challenge. You're facing right now on your business. Send it to me. All you have to do is go to conscious millionaire. Show dot com. And you can send me a written or voicemail and i will get back to you personally. I'm looking forward to connecting with you on the next conscious millionaire show and connor. Thank you so much for being.

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"connor" Discussed on Made Women

Made Women

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Made Women

"Hi guys. i'm romy. Baiter i'm calling her would and we're both tick-tock creators among the are we gonna be like. Should we just start from the beginning. Do your sure hi guys. I'm rummy being and i'm calling her would and we're both tick-tock readers. Were so much more than that. Yes that's true. We both to other things beyond making tectonics but the takes creator. Part is important. Because we're here to tell you about our new podcast. Talk show with grammy and connor yet. Another thing to point out. If i may is the title of our show talk. Show couldn't guess. The podcast is all about our favorite ad and the world's favorite app talk. Get it 'cause it's talk and not. Ta okay. i'm pretty sure they got it. But that was a good explanation very helpful but we also should tell them a little bit about the actual show that is a brilliant point once again remain so each week. We're bringing on some of the hottest creators and celebrities to join us as we explore the latest things happening on talk that trend's the videos the creators. If it's happening on the app we'll be exploring it on talk show with our guests but we're not going to do is stick to the traditional guests format because we thought it'd be way more fun to get to know our guests and our listeners. A variety of tick-tock related games segments and even reme- we'll have some listener participation and of course plenty of commentary and reactions on our top talk video picks of the week. It's going to be so much. We have tons of exciting things plan for revise..

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"connor" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

"Christmas. Is you why So wow carlos idea don't mind we are thinking we're inside the box thinking she's ever now never know geez. Okay well all of those guys will some fun okay. I can't wait to connor so much. We will be in touch very soon. Take care back on her absolute tree. Thanks you guys on my gosh. I'm very excited. Oh i really really really like calling her. he's so he's just so. I dunno genuine like. He's not trying to be anything he's not and he's i dunno. I love him fact that his mom who is it really made me love him. Even more Runs i feel like fun. Runs in that family for sure. Absolutely absolutely That was such a such a blast. I feel like we've seen so many different sides him between the funny the punny the romantic the musical the vulnerable and now it was just good to get to know him on a deeper level i. I'm so glad that we were able to see him in that hot seat during mental just cheer more of his time on the show but i cannot wait to see him in paradise so nice. It's so good. Yeah if you thought he was gone. You're wrong. I can't wait to see him play the ukulele. You know i'm really again. I can't i can't get this vision of strolling the beach out of my head so make sure you guys who didn't for paradise if you want to see more of connor be and you know if you wanna see me hostess state for him. Just follow us on instagram. That's all you gotta do but dish that you are a very very busy woman. So thank you for hanging out with me again today to all of our bachelor happy our listeners. We love you and thank you for hanging out with us in a huge thank you to connor for joining us because it sounds like he's busy between being a teacher and a musician and coming up with puns and all the things. I'm glad that you took time out of his day to hang out with us so everyone please make sure to hit us up on social..

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"connor" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

06:37 min | 4 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

"They can move on and if they see each other in circles on in san diego they can just move on and be happy one of the standout moments of mental however was around mr connor and his mouth so only god wants to get into the kissing during his hot seat which we wish just bring him on because he is the man that he is who is joining us ambassador happy hour today and whether like i don't wanna just talk. I want to hear it from his mouth because what was doing all the work. So i do ladies and gentlemen please welcome connor the cat to bachelor happy hour connor west so excited right now. Shut up. I'm excited. I i you have been one of our favorites since you came out. In the cath cat costume and obviously we saw much of you during mental. Also we are riled up ready to have you right now but we'll take you how we we just need to check in and start out. How have you been with going through the show airing and you know seeing yourself a mental all and just kind of decompressing after all that craziness it's been a lot. It's pretty wild Yeah i never thought like happening. there's been is definitely an adjustment getting used to people having opinions about you fight You know. I just found out a lot of things about myself. Happens like thanks. I gas weirdest comments and stuff like that. But it has been amazing. The support been so cool in like people to catch him. I think the best part has been the memes. Becoming mean was was a goal of mine at life out. Check it off list. wait connor. why are you not in your cat costume right now. You joke but i mean it's sitting right over there go grab it. You're grabbing their right. Now yeah come on. He's not but he's putting it on what was at least pause. Whatever the positive. I don't have katie. Have the pastel because she was wearing one generating out. I remember that very well. During the roadster money there was like this fire behind us and it was hot like learn literal fire behind us and so i was sweating buckets. Either take the pause off. I threw them because we were filming and then disappeared forever ago. The pies yeah. Let's see the hat though. I did say before him on if he's not going to have the cat costume. I'm gonna be so pissed really going in the background. This is so funny. I wanna show you how travel of basically i take the cat costume and i wrap it around that ukulele. Because i don't. I don't have a case for the labelling to get busted in the suitcase. A double-whammy jeez wow well. He packed slightly guys. Look at this. Coaching protects the ukulele. We love a smart man smart. Oh my gosh. I love it i have to say you are one of the most. Probably one of the most memorable night one entrance ever seen obviously every every season. There's somebody that comes in the costume. But like no one will get us because you you truly owned the own and just night one. It was like line. Came out like your ponds connor. Had you always been so plenty. So here's a thing pros in high school. I had a best friend who made all the time constantly and everybody is at grow grown. I rolled my eyes. Like those are stupid. And then i went to college went to separate colleges and then i found that there was like a vacuum and so someone would say something and i would expect nick to be there to say the punt wasn't there it was like i had to say it because i i heard it in my head and from there just snowballed and now all i do is think of puns. Twenty four seven. Guide you you're good at it though. I will say like not blake between the cat puns. and then the the wo- pines is it. Do i keep screwing love the. Whoa whoa puns to. You're so quick with them. I was like damn like somebody has to be behind the camera feeding these lines like there's no way this guy's is quick. That was maybe twenty five percent of that interview. I went on for about ten minutes. And i just literally said making them up on the spot like i had made a couple of hundred for all of those made him up on the spot. Oh gosh. I wish i was more witty like that. And more like quick That's a that's a pure talent on. I wanna get you on speed. Dial any anytime. i need a good pun. I'm just gonna text quick. This is a situation of really good idea friends who i've heard from two or three years. We'll just be like. Hey any plum like this action or something like that. Yeah i got you. Let me take shooting like twenty pounds. Are they fred's if you don't talk in two or three years. They ask preplan their front funds. Make friends for life not does your teacher. Do you constantly make pun jokes in. Costs are now to your students like it. I don't know that they like it. I don't think anybody really likes it but they i. This was a deleted scene. But i had letters that my eighth graders wrote to katie Just to like. I like letters of recommendation for me. Basically pretty much every single one mentioned by terrible dead jokes. I like we as women as we evolve and get older. we start to like the terrible da- jokes was kinda like edition for the future right to. Yeah i kinda love the data jokes as a grown woman as a younger child teenager just like. Can you stop like it's annoying when you're actually hope for me. Yeah yeah she said well okay..

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"connor" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"connor" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Would've power project crude. This is josh. Selig aka settled gate here to introduce you to our next guest connor mcgovern connor. Mcgovern is an american professional football player for the new york jets. Formerly played college. Football at the university of missouri was drafted straight out of college to play for the denver broncos in twenty twenty connor suffered a pretty serious hamstring injury which affected the rest of his plane during the season however he is now back to training and lifting and connor is no stranger to the iron. He's a big proponent of the olympic lifts in strongman training four offensive lineman on a side note connor is also very involved in fundraising in charity. Work for the special needs community. In his hometown of fargo north dakota connor was also heavily involved in the fargo able games. Which is one of the first all inclusive tests functional fitness for the special needs community recently in may of twenty twenty one. The fargo able games was able to raise over million dollars for the special needs community but that is a different story. Hopefully we'll be able to learn more about in today's conversation with our guest. Connor mcgovern didn't have anything to mix mine. So i just. I'd just gave it a swirl when it worked pretty good. Let me just do that. So cause a free so in mind is i'm gonna get to the bottom. It's just going to be all chocolate salt. That's the best this a little bit here and there and then also wham element chocolate salt to the face. You know i i was sometimes. I'm following like a pretty religious carnivore diet. But then i recognize like i drink a lotta coffee and then i also recognize. I eat a lot of stuff that has chocolate like this chocolate salt. So i got more plants. I know what to do with causeway is like is coffee. It's a plant. Oh.

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"connor" Discussed on All Things - Unexplained

All Things - Unexplained

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"connor" Discussed on All Things - Unexplained

"Porn it from what's already out there. I'm just trying to bring it closer so everybody else can reach it. That makes sense. You know the world used to be into something called the quest for truth and lead commented on this this morning. We talked to young lady. Who had her own personal. Ufo abduction story to tell but she's also just happens to be the shaman in really into a lot of spiritual and other paranormal things. And one thing we've we've noticed with this show is that there just seems to be a lot of crossover between religion and science and the paranormal. It's just all seems to crossover. And sometimes the lines are so blurred. It's really hard to know which one is switch. But i think we ourselves total disservice by closing our minds off to one particular aspect you know. I think we have to to be open to although to examine the religious part the science. the paranormal. And i'm totally with you. I think that it's all about questioning right. Like discovery cannot happen without questioning and we have to question everything to question. Religion and scientific method is all about questioning. You know. so i'm with you there. Connor what do you think we asked our guest this morning. What she thought what do you think. Do you notice crossover between all these different elements that people seek truth. It's the same man. Science paranormal folk law. You know the word on the street the word on the web. It all connects you know. We're all energy protons electrons and neutrons. You bellicose said. We can't make anything so it all just comes back to the source..

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"connor" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"connor" Discussed on Coronacast

"So no one can we talk a bit about Connor McKenna, he's an essendon football player. And he tested negative corona virus on Tuesday, but he'd had a positive result over the weekend and he'd had an irregular test result a couple of days before that, so they weren't really sure which it was, and now they're sort of. It's looking like. Maybe he's fine, but I thought that it was way more likely that you'd get a false negative than a false positive so this. Is Not a great surprise in. You'd have to say that he has had the infection. He has been positive for covid nineteen, and it was accurate, because false negatives are much more common false positives. So what's what are we talking about here? So if you were to postulate, the comic has not been infected at all with the COVID nineteen virus. You'd have to say that the test. The day where he was positive was a false positive, so he was really didn't have. have any virus and the test falsely said that he did. That's extremely rare. What is much more common is the test doesn't show that you're positive. When you are in other words, you're carrying the virus, but the test doesn't show that you are and so. What Connor McKenna has shown a very typical pattern of people with corona virus. Is that early on in the infection? The test is either equivocal or negative, because he simply just don't have enough virus there to. To trigger the test, or the might be something wrong with the test early on then as more and more environment accumulates in your body, the test becomes more accurate, and therefore you know. He had some equivocal tests then he's scored positive. That's roughly around the time that you'd expect them to be accurately positive. And now he's scoring negative, which either means he's truly cleared the virus from his system, or he still has the virus, but the test isn't sensitive enough to. To, pick it up. Which is why he'll have more tests, so you have to say there's no confusion here. McKenna has been infected with the covid nineteen vars very typical pattern, so we possible it would be technically possible to see whether or not because you could do an antibody test if you wanted to. Maybe we're not talking about comic specifically here, but someone who had these sort of testing Patton. You could have a look at the antibodies and see if they. Had had it or not, after the fact after the fact, and well after the fact, it doesn't help you this week. It might help you in a month's time. True to get to the bottom of the affair, but at the moment antibody tests don't help you. You've got to go for the virus itself or the genetic trace of the virus so I. Mean you're making it sound quite cut and dried. Why are we still speculating about these wise and it just? Yes, he's had it. He should be an isolation while assume because. Team would love it to be. A crappy taste and he's never been positive all along and the and the one player who seems to have had significant contact with him is off the hook, and as a quarantine for two weeks and the team. You can get back to playing. I mean that's me being cynical, so there's there's a lot at stake here whereas if it's your granny. Important to your granny, but not necessarily to the community at large I well, let's take some questions from the audience Elizabeth's asking. What makes a super spread out? Is it something in their biological makeup, or is it something to do with their behavior? Really question. It's both so imagine you get faces with the Covid nineteen virus and you've got enough on board probably three or four or five days after you've been infected to start spreading it to other people..

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