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"doug atta" Discussed on Gun Talk
"For having to break up your call this way but We short sighted your short-circuited you on the deal. There will pick this up on the backside shoot with one eye closed. Are About to talk with Doug Atta Greensboro North Carolina. Doug you said you went to front sight with your wife or training in your give us a range of port. So we got a little more time now appreciate your whole on. So go ahead and pick that up again if you would please sure not a problem basically they they instructed us to shoot with one eye closed and when I brought it up and questioned. you know that I've been taught previously with both eyes open which matter of fact is very hard for me to do But. So you can see any kind of potential threat coming on your blindside and the basically the answer was that you can only take care of one threat at a time take care of that threat, and then you would scan and assess, and if somebody's coming on your on your blindside, then you can address that when it comes to you. and then the other thing Now now, these range of folks that we had, they were retired twenty plus years from the La or Las Vegas. Police Department and one was thirty years of infantry. in the army and they were very good i. I really enjoyed them learn a lot of things It was just a little few little differences with some prior training that I had had So you know I, it was the other one that I really enjoyed it. To ask you then In this is one of the reasons we say take training at different places and then it's up to you. To apply what you think works best for you. So when you came from that, you've trained with both eyes open now, you've trained to close one eye. What's your thought which way are you going to go? Well, I was four days closing on high and and I'm not a very good shot but I think it does help me for one I closed my left eye dominant. But I'm right handed pistol shooter in the left hand. Shooter just as you are. Listening from some other podcast from you. but I would. I felt comfortable with one eye closed but I believe that that is dangerous. So I feel like I need to kind of go back to what I was doing prior now, and the other thing that they also preached was the weaver stance and I was not ever taught the weaver stance and I kind of felt like that. That was maybe a little outdated also But one other thing I wanna add is I shot. A. Small. Pocket pistol, the SIG three, sixty, five. And so it is a lot harder to shoe and I was shooting it from concealment the entire time, and I was the only one that was doing that everybody had outside waistband and a lot of folks were not concealed. So that took me a lot harder. Or a lot, you know you're you're making it harder, make it real world but the that's called trading that's smarter you're. Exactly. So I went with that mindset to always keep Johnson waistband and things but I did change my holster position. So I learned that and I raised it up a little higher to where I could grip the handle a lot better. So that was good and I'm going to run out of time here I'm not GONNA be able to get to the issues with your wife we're talking about now your wife with Spitz Talk. We'll talk about that another time, but I'm going to throw this at you. Go with your gut. I think both eyes open makes more sense into tactical if you shoot and targets. Yeah. Fine. Close who cares you might even help you shoot smaller groups might happy shoot better but you're trying to figure out if there's a horde of people out there somebody's coming at you from the side. Yeah. You can only deal with one problem at a time but how do you know when it might be time to switch from that target to this other? That's closer moving faster that you didn't see because you had one I closed. As a weaver versus Saas least frying boats works for you. That's why we like trying different foods eight, six, six talk down when we come back using Ar Fifteen, four defense you Betcha we'll tell you how..
"doug atta" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Yeah it's definitely Made his case for team substantially higher immunized such a strong performance in place starting ahead of Max for shopping revenge things you say you know he was very complimentary about Hokum Beg. Yeah interesting to see what happens we're stopping with other rights tomorrow and I think oaken bugs look to that as well because we're shopping was the only driver to get through. On the hard tire, which actually I think has been suggested to me is the best Rockstar bill and that was obviously the medium Nas week. That's why we stopped and said. He's is interesting reading the transcript of question how? About the way the way I heard in my head, was him sort of wants dismissively being well used it last week. So why wouldn't I use this Lamborghini look? Everybody else around him and they didn't do that. But yeah, I think representing got an advantage there I think everybody thrown into the great the Mercedes and hooker mark are aware of, but it will give him slightly less grip off the line. Also, as we saw last week, this whole thing can be can be completely wiped out if there's an early safety car because they're not when everyone apartments debates and presumably takeaway average happens advantage so. Yeah how how do you see the rates playing out for matches? I think that I think is going to be asking me decisive. Basically, how how close can you get to the Mercedes? How long will they have that type of job sourcing on the mediums because ultimately able to resolve eat fast and our and Keep putting on time on him right there I through the Senate that it could wipe way loggers advantage bar. As as you say alternate, he's got the experience of racy on that tie up last week from when when it was the was the medium should walk into his favor. I. Think this is going to be on their first Stanley. He just needs to jump Holcomb Burke bill gaps, the cars behind how come back stay it will be difficult to be the red bull to the podium even sign on hearts and yeah, just sees a war gains he can make on the Mercedes because I was looking at the ideals Rashi being one single mediums, two cents on hearts. Daily Yeah Pretty Berkeley have put some data out there that maybe would be just fractionally quicker to go with the mediums and then. But he's not any. So it's going to be that's going to be really interesting also when you've got sort of Mercedes and red bull for at least at least the first and on opposite strachey them tension for the second or maybe the third going for the finish that really exciting and as you said, like an early save Kaku change things, the law Bozo late safety were really our spanner in the works I think because that would leave drivers like basically scrambling like do we come into the pits? Do we take a fresh set? Ties how many times have we got left because a lot of them are very limited on that. So yeah, it's a locker was I think, but I think for red bull either light low we're going to be third and about walk like they're not clearly headed the midfield teams that clearly not on a par with Mercedes when it comes out right pace and if they run the same strategies Mercedes, they're probably not going to be them out some outside intervention dad four, one, roll the dice little bit. Try something different. Yeah I think it works for certain up which isn't exactly about. No so your your writing off. Hokum bugs first podium. I've seen since toys this other guy actually quite a few people on twitter this weekend so they'll get tattoos of certain drives. Podiums one set that for Jake he of course got third place the FTC today naming no names and yeah there's another saying that you have how come back gets the podium Doug Atta a tattoo. So my have to delay that booking a little bit but I, would love to be proved Ronald Okay well, moving on the final of today's blanks is podcast which I must confess was recorded in three parts because I'll food kept arriving. Lovely it was so Insight into Saturday evening the listeners I. Want to talk about three other stores qualifying one who we actually regularly talk about in the Saturday. Poke lost and see who we haven't really out initiate and festival Daniel Record I was not V for. was strong throughout Friday finished very high up in FBI. And Games starting qualifying on the medium fire by these ones and Keith, ray on an excellent edition Ricardo he feels his paces genuine was teams made a big step and yet what we the running drive it can do tomorrow. I think they've got to be looking at US sort of best the rice the midfield kind of fire I mean we saw her in. Las Can't. Very. Weird. Go onto the next weekend being the exact same circuit I really is even after the second time around. In motorsports know what really messes with your mind when you guys your formula event in the driver's talk about delivering this weekend when actually it's only half a weekend is a kind of a mind thing. Grammatical snuffy onshore steam Alex coddling most frustrated by but. I. Think I think. He's a good chance of being in the fight. We saw some last weekend the. He was actually able to pass. Both launched stroll in the in the Racing Point Landon arson that McLaren and I think those three teams were looking to lead that midfield fight. So he's got a really good chance. As you said, they've been strong awake all weekend. You said Australia session you've already stoked by result is really really happy and I think the. Place Right now and I think that's really really good. He said they've won lots of issues with the railroad car that were causing problems last year that now just on thing anymore basically. So yeah, he seems a little happier and he's already trump's obeying the front midfield fight and if they can come the top five or maybe even try and get in that hunt for the podium Shitsu drama hit the leading drivers I. think that would be a really good result for Kodak. Absolutely will after a guard came. Launch. stroh. Who Frankly and if you're not delivering third or fourth in that racing point is disappointment on especially considering it's hard not testing and he's only in his second race in the united race lost weekend as beat needs that place prepo from stroll again after him comes peer Ansley the next rival wanting to talk about now. Now, why wrote a feature on him on Thursday Friday and autosport dot com plus because he's been one of the stones season so far? It's currently joint second in my driver ratings. With no less than Lewis Brinson spray impressive Zappin county just edging the averages out. Now this.
"doug atta" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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"doug atta" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"This this news Zillow over the place because we're back in Taybeh with back in the world until you. You. Game of thrones. We'll be back in April. And apparently h episode is going to be over sixty minutes long which way both looking forward to because we are JT GTO broS both of us J T O broS game of thrones broS, Quixote Brose. What did I say JT O'Brien? What did you say GIO Taber? So you said, yeah. So it's that one correct? So hot I should mention that. And I'm not dressed appropriately for this. You are a summary shirts and short jazzy. What do you think of that? We've had no JT. Oh, broS this true. Look, I'm happy again. I don't like the game of thrones universe. I think it's two main dip butts. I'm happy that we're at the pointy end. Most of the innocent people are already dead. This this. This view is still be killed. Yep. So I'm just I'm just want to say some relentless battle. And some dragons finding some other dragons, I think you'll being able getting the hits kicked off in us who does know speaking of JTI broS, though, my CIN. Yes. Pedro PASCAL from Jacob rose. Hey was the viper. Recall from that series. Spoiler alert like five years ago. He got his head crushed by a man these bare hands, but he's he's going to be the the Lori and demand Lauren himself. Now, I feel like if he had a helmet like in the man the Lauren he wouldn't have had his head crushed so horribly and he's is Doug Atta these head. I feel I feel if you strong enough to crush man's head you strong enough to crush him. Instead, but the helmet on Amanda Lori and nine if he had like Ristic spice highs with a spill the middle something. Yeah. Yeah. That would probably have saved him. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you probably could have just taken it off him. And then crushed you're saying that is still that's burnt into my brine like, that's that's really upsetting. And every time I say that guy. That's all I say. So obviously we under the boss. I guess maybe maybe they'll be some like if you're if you're a Star Trek to the room was before that movie came out that Spock was going to die. It's going to get his head crushed. So at the start of the movie, there's a scene where sparked on is. And then it's revealed that it was like a battle simulation. Very might a joke about it. And so when he actually does die people like sucked in charitable was like when I said it wasn't calm. But that it was and it was gone. What maybe there should be a sane at the start of the opening sequence of the mandatory. And he's just a man getting his head crushed these is get squeezed out. And then then you just say Pedro PASCAL walkout. And be like, I'm glad I'm not that guy. And I never will be a was yes. Because of a different character character, and your is a good actor good casting. Gina carano is also in the cast, you may know, her from punching punching people. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. She's one of the villains in the first. Yeah. She's also in haywire. Which is which I've never seen with. Channing touchy was revamped in that. All right. But I don't think she's there for doing soliloquies. She's there to punch in different conscience. Like a who's a silent character in Star Wars today to she's doing an audience? That makes sense today. Yeah. Going to say to you. I bunch of droids in this way. It's not a dude in the suit. That's expensive. But will I mean, we money could be no object though. That's right. It is Disney. They might be like a billion dollars in episode. I think it's ten ten billion dollars an episode billion that Tim. This is exciting news. We got some good. Jeff LeMay news. We did his mind actually. Yeah. I one is black Hamma is getting adapted for TV and film. Yeah. That's a great series. Yes. And I'm glad that's an interesting. It always interests me when the attempt to adapt something that he's I feel black hammers so much rooted in comic books, it's in the medium of that. Because it's every every issues like a love letter to a certain already existing comic book to just put that on TV and be like this guy's like the Martian manhunter..
"doug atta" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Professional table. Nigger funeral. This cycle beating deed up team, a new Savio who's twenty two or twenty three time could hosing gal who was thirty asking for help. Jose. Miguel had the expertise and also seem to understand the science of creating managing cycling, Tina. When the Reynolds team. So the light around the end of the seventies beginning of the Spanish cycling was living tough times. Team was languishing a new teams like tak- and Kalemie only developing whenever they raise the tour de France. Most of their riders didn't even finish the race. Along the Spanish Pelayo needed. New riders, new teams with modern conception of cycling have in created the over echo squad Tarasco trends. My orca, an esha-, very an way did their part with Reynolds. It was a great cohort of new director sportifs born in the forties who understood the necessity to turn cycling upside down on north. It was the triumph of bravery courage and daring Escher value used to say, if we want to become something, we need to go to the tour to France. People who heard him say that would reply. Where do you think you're going the to FRANZ? He's for grownups, but he decided he had to go and did it with a young petty co Delgardo lacking angle oil who had won the previous year's Welte ice on yet. Although they later took it from him in favor of marina, Loretta the nineteen Ninety-three to France with confirmation for Anglo Royal and coming of age for code l. Gardo all of a sudden hold of Spain found out who Perico was. And she took the chance and the right has grabbed it with both hands. They was recalled how everyone was scared on the stage that year, and they just rode at the head of the bunch that showed their personality and their willpower. Delgado moved from Reynolds to sap for whom he won the wealth in controversial circumstances in nineteen eighty-five. Then he went to the team PD before returning to Reynolds for the nineteen eighty eight season helping the team managed by injury and Chavarrilla to finally win their first grand tour the front. Again, there was control Versi this time when Doug Atta tested positive midrise for prevented a product ban by sea, but not yet by the. Why? Yes. At door and say today dater. Is there on the navy. The story of the nineteen ninety eight Twitter franc's began during the grown dapa of the nineteen eighty-seven rice violin Jose. Miguel, Asia valley saw the Berlin Wall and his mind began boiling with ideas. He concluded that he had to take Perico back to the team when the Lord organic by round. Another important that was that baba Dina. The boss of the rhinos company allowed Perico to skip the welter and focus on the tour de France. The two front seemed like an easy victory Fidel gotta until that day in Bordeaux. When the propensity happened, it was another era and every Spanish power aligned to help Perico out. The state secretary of sport and the director of the Madrid lab went to Paris to review the test and above all the then UCI president Louis point told Tacoma says, and the heads of the two of the front that if the substance wasn't only UCLA prohibited list, then it wasn't a positive test of your from a sporting point of view. Rico's rivals were the ducks ride as rooks, Tony, sir, and the Colombian Fabio Parra several marquee riders Mr. race such as Greg lemonde, who is still recovering from his hunting incident and Stephen Roach. Empathize feature. When the team was formed an way, conceive their audio rider, a big powerful type of item. They signed Perico and some other climates because that was the most common type of rider in Spain. They already had in mind that motorcycling would be about beginning jams urging. Thank What. what. Nineteen Ninety-four enduring impressed is an and they reckon that if they could improve climbing ability, he's qualities his shy determine personality would make him become one of the greatest rided in cycling history. They groomed interim for seven years. He was the incarnation of what Reynolds BANESTO were Chester in concord one Suster. If a span you can win the two of the front to be more Dr. Caller Sestri slip through the net because although they had him on their feet a team, they didn't offer him a pro contract soon enough. Conto never race for them because he was incompatible with Alvidi. If not, for these two movie star would have had every Spanish winner of the tour to France for the last thirty years. The economists.
"doug atta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For, Tony Fidel design. Begins by noticing those tiny little problems. That most of us usually ignore like those stickers on fruit in. The grocery store that, sticker wasn't there. When I, was a kid, here's Tony Fidel. On the Ted stage but somewhere as the years passed someone had the bright idea to put that sticker on the fruit why so it, could be easier for us to, check out at the grocery counter when that's great we. Can get in, the store quickly but now there's a new problem when we get home and we're hungry. And we see this for right, juicy piece of fruit on the counter which is what a pick Get up and e. Except now we have to look for, this little sticker and dig at it with our nails damaging the flesh, that rolling up that sticker you know what I mean and trying to, flick it off your fingers Right It's not, fun not at all But something interesting happened see, the first time you did. It you probably felt those feelings you just want, to eat the piece of. Fruit but it was felt upset me just. Dive in by the ten time. He started become less less upset he's starting to just do the peeling. The label off by the time I simply, picked up the piece of fruit Doug Atta with my nails trying to, flick it off and? Then wonder was, there another sticker Okay you've totally ruined fruit for me I noticed that sticker every time now Newton once, you once you focus your attention on it you will never go away now because it's going to be utterly knowing the fact that, we accept it it makes me think that we're just drones were just sheep we just go through our. Lives and the world accepting so many. Of these design flaws that actually, don't improve our lives. I fully agree with you and that's, because I think we have. Such a demanding day every day with family with, work all these things that. Were just so inundated with all these different. Things that we just kind of. Go through life through the motions and we lose control to these things. That are thrust upon us as opposed to, wrenching control back going I'm not going to do that anymore we need, to get this fixed So back in two thousand one Tony was part of a team. At apple working to.
"doug atta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Design begins by noticing. Those, tiny little problems that most of us usually ignore like those stickers on, fruit in the grocery store that, sticker wasn't there when I was a kid here's Tony. Fidel on the, Ted stage but somewhere as the years passed someone had the bright idea. To put that, sticker on the fruit why so it could be easier for us to check out at the grocery store Well that's great The store quickly but now there's a new problem when we get home, and we're hungry and we see this for right juicy piece of fruit, on the counter which is what to pick it, up and eat except now we have to look for this little sticker and dig at it, with our nails damaging the flesh that rolling. Up that sticker you know? What I mean and trying to flick it. Off, your fingers Right Isn't that? Fun not at all But something interesting happened see, the first time you did. It you probably felt those feelings you just want, to eat the piece of fruit but it was felt upset and you just wanted to. Dive in by the ten time he. Started to become less less upset he's starting to just do the peeling. The label off by the time I simply, picked up the piece of fruit Doug Atta with my nails trying to, flick it off and? Then wonder was? There another sticker Okay you've totally ruined fruit for, me I, I notice that sticker every time now Newton once, you once you focus your attention on it you will never go away now because it's going to be utterly annoying flick the fact, that we accept it it makes me think that we're just drones were just sheep we just go through. Our lives and the world accepting so. Many of these design flaws that, actually don't improve our. Lives I fully agree with you and, that's because I think we. Have such a you know a demanding day every, day with family with work all these things that were just so inundated with all these. Different things that we just kind of. Go through life through the motions and we lose control to these things. That are thrust upon us as opposed to, wrenching control back going I'm not going to do that anymore we need, to get this fixed So back in two thousand one Tony was part of a. Team at apple working to, fix just the kind of frustrations that the rest, of us, didn't know we had specifically the way we used, to listen to music great CDs are are wonderful but they only fit so many songs there's these other things called MP three players, out there but at the end of the day you wanna put a thousand songs on them but they. Were too slow the battery life was. Too short how could we innovate And so we were trying to not just make it as good as the existing technology but make it so you could have. A thousand songs in your pocket you could put the thousand. Songs. Onto it very quickly, you could quickly go between tracks you. Could find the track he wanted right.
"doug atta" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj
"The carolina cougars used to have training camp at our place of appalachian state where i went to schooling and i met him there and then i end up working the denver nuggets camp so guys like that they're really took me under their wing in uh uh gave me opportunities that i would have never had an obviously a been a cousin to david thompson and been one of the best players in the nba and hall of fame player just being with him in hanging around him open doors also so i would have never imagined is so funny coast john hammond uh and i who's the joe manager the milwaukee bucks we were walking back last night from the dinner and we talked about the fact that you know who we are walking back in chicago eurojournal manage on the head coach of an nba team you know we've been friends for the last twenty five years and we go you know we would never we could have never imagined this twenty five years ago that we would be doing this kind of thing and be in this position so you have to be work hard at it but you also have have people that the open doors for you and when he opened those doors you got to take the opportunity alan david thompson who was really the player michael jordan grew up admiring in others legendary stories about the recruiting battles for him and how many schools that he get in trouble right on the way to say donde nc state what was it like being around david thompson when he was a young player who just athletically his gifts spectacular that unbelieva there was a methodology about him in a it really was in the uh spin fhimah really small town in all of a sudden have in all these people visit us mall town in uh you know guys that we've seen on tv occasionally and it was just something that the we couldn't have ever imagine but uh as a player you know i didn't realize how how good he was just growing up with them in plan every day and that's at the church every sunday we go back and with doug atta.