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After mass shooting, NYC explores gun detectors in subways
"New York City is exploring gun detectors in subways following April's mass shooting that left ten people with bullet wounds The mayor is considering technology used to scan large numbers of people quickly for weapons like its sports stadiums and theme parks but security experts say the personnel needed at every single subway entrance is prohibitive Meanwhile a woman injured in the Brooklyn subway shooting is suing the gun maker authorities say a 9 millimeter Glock semi-automatic handgun was
Liberals Want to Ban Ghost Guns Because It's Easy
"Other news of the day ghost guns are going to be banned. By the senile old man in The White House, what is the ghost gun there is no such thing as a ghost gun? The constitution, the law is clear and American can buy weapons, not only can he buy a firearm, an American can manufacture for their own use a weapon. Yes, if you know what you're doing, you can make a gun. And you don't have to have a background check. If you're not a felon, you can make it for your own purposes. If you want to sell it, that's another question. And there are kits called 80% kits that allow you to take a piece of plastic that is reinforced with metal. Like a Glock lower as it is termed. And with a little bit of work, you need a drill press. You need a little bit of know how when it comes to using tools, you can turn that 80% firearm into a real firearm in an hour or hour to work. That is what the liberals call a ghost gun. It's not a specter. It's not spiritual. It's not invisible. It doesn't have a sheet over its head. It is a partially finished firearm that does not work that can not be used to shoot anything unless you know what you're doing and you finish the build. It's like buying a chassis for a car. It's not a car. And it takes a little bit of knowledge to put an engine running gear, brakes, wheels, staring column, fuel system on it, therefore it's not a car. But they want to ban it. Why? Because it's easy.
Chief James Essig Gives Preliminary Details of NYC Subway Shooting
"Today at 8 24 a.m. aboard a Manhattan bound entry ten people were shot 7 males three females and they were removed to area hospitals An additional 13 people suffered injuries related to smoke inhalation falling down or a panic attack The information I'm about to give you is preliminary and its subject to change right now As that end train was between stations 59th street and the 36th street stations seated in the second car and the rear corner was a dark skinned male Various descriptions of his height are given He is heavyset wearing an orange green nylon type construction vest He also had on a gray hoodie a surgical mask and a neon green construction helmet As the train approached to 36th street station witnesses state the male opened up two smoke grenades tossed them on the subway floor brandishes a Glock 9 millimeter handgun He then fired that weapon at least 33 times striking ten people The male then fled the scene and detectives are actively trying to determine his whereabouts Recovered at that scene was a Glock 17 9 millimeter handgun Three extended Glock type magazines One was still in the weapon one under a seat and one in a backpack We had 33 discharged shell casings
Biden Is Going to Ban Ghost Guns
"Other news of the day ghost guns are going to be banned. By the senile old man in The White House, what is the ghost gun there is no such thing as a ghost gun? The constitution, the law is clear and American can buy weapons, not only can he buy a firearm, an American can manufacture for their own use a weapon. Yes, if you know what you're doing, you can make a gun. And you don't have to have a background check. If you're not a felon, you can make it for your own purposes. If you want to sell it, that's another question. And there are kits called 80% kits that allow you to take a piece of plastic that is reinforced with metal. Like a Glock lower as it is termed. And with a little bit of work, you need a drill press. You need a little bit of know how when it comes to using tools, you can turn that 80% firearm into a real firearm in an hour or out to work. That is what the liberals call a ghost gun. It's not a specter. It's not spiritual. It's not invisible. It doesn't have a sheet over its head. It is a partially finished firearm that does not work that can not be used to shoot anything unless you know what you're doing and you finish the build. It's like buying a chassis for a car. It's not a car. And it takes a little bit of knowledge to put an engine running gear, brakes, wheels, steering column, fuel system on it, therefore it's not a car. But they want to ban it. Why? Because it's
"glock" Discussed on Future College Parent Podcast
"But when you have that ability to really connect with the students, you're going to help them progress. When connecting back with my principal this year on a faculty meeting, discussing what things would we take away from COVID and bring it to next year, I want to say my students were phenomenal with advocating for themselves and why? Because the parents weren't actually allowed in the building. And that's not to say, I don't love connecting with the parents. I absolutely think it's an essential piece. I think it's important, but having the student being able to come down and feel comfortable to ask the question, our students did that more than ever this year because parents weren't allowed in the building. So now they have a question and their parents will say, well, go see your counselor. Go see misses Glock. She'll be able to help you. I would talk with the student and if we need to get the parent on the phone, we'll get the parent on the phone. But having that ability to be able to talk and speak for yourself is so critical for success moving forward. That's fantastic. Now, for those students who don't necessarily advocate for themselves or they don't have that skill set, how do you, how do you follow up or interact with those students? Sure. So I am extremely fortunate that I work at a really small high school. So our graduating class that just graduated yesterday was a 147. Meaning, I have about 30 to 35 students per grade. So it's a very manageable caseload. And I understand this is not the norm whatsoever. So for me, I happen to have a really great relationship and know most of my students and I always say it's those middle students right on the middle who really don't need that much support aren't necessarily the highest achieving students or not necessarily disciplinary students. And again, I'm not a disciplinarian, but they're not the ones coming down for the support after maybe a discipline issue in the school. So those middle ground students, that's the great question you're asking, how do we help them with advocacy? Well, frequent communication, and this is where the parents should step in a little bit. If they feel that their child is not being seen, if they don't know who their school counselor is, that to me is a problem. I don't care if this school counselor has 500 students. They should at least know the names of their caseload. They may not know every little detail. But as a parent, I would want my child to know their school counselor. I would want my child to start building that relationship. And I would almost preemptively say, listen, go down there, introduce yourself, doesn't always happen. There's definitely students who would not want to do that. But even a call to the counselor saying, hi, my son and daughter is going through X, Y, and Z right now, or my son and daughter is, has mentioned they've struggled through this. If we don't know whether it's from a teacher, whether it's from the student, if the parent reaches out, I'm going to definitely meet with that child. If I'm made aware of a specific situation. So again, those middle ground students, it's a lot easier to get lost in the shuffle when you're in a larger school, but there are definitely ways. And this is where it's so important for parents to step up and them be the voice that hopefully it gets to the point where come junior year, even senior year, or when they go off to college at that point, that they're able to, you know, speak from themselves, especially a college where the parents aren't going to be able to be their voice. That's good..
Miranda Devine Explains 'BLM Privilege' in New Column
"That we've posted at Mike online dot com if you want to print it out or share it with friends. She writes when prominent young far left activist quintes Brown was arrested last week for trying to assassinate a Jewish mayoral candidate in Louisville, Kentucky. He was portrayed sympathetically by the media and immediately bailed out of jail by his Black Lives Matter comrades who crowdfunded the $100,000 cost. Brown had BLM privilege, a celebrated gun control advocate, anointed as a rising star by the Obama foundation. He was an honored guest on joy Reid's MSNBC show. He was granted a biweekly opinion column in the Louisville courier journal dispute boilerplate leftist race based anti cop sentiment. And according to Andy, no author of unmasked, the definitive antifa expose Brown social media accounts show a disturbing allegiance to anti semitic causes. Such as the Lion of Judah armed forces, an armed black nationalist group, which is linked to the virulently anti semitic black Hebrew Hebrew Israelites. One of the bullets he allegedly fired from his Glock handgun at mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg came so close. It grazed the man's sweater. But none of that is a problem for GoFundMe, which routinely cuts off crowdsourced donations to nonviolent Canadian truckers and nonviolent January 6th defendants, but never interferes with BLM's cash.
"glock" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Every time. I get it. Every choice we make as a compromise. And you're trying to balance out what can this person handle, what can I do? What am I willing to do from a training standpoint? What do I like? And will 6 shots be enough? I don't know. Nobody knows. Maybe yes, maybe no. But then again, maybe 13 isn't going to be enough. I just don't know. I like to hedge my bets in one direction. There are other people going to different direction. But all that to say is, yeah, they're probably not going to be bringing back the long slide. Although you may be able to have one cobble together with aftermarket parts if that's what you wanted. Look, I got to keep moving. I appreciate the call, sir. And I wish you luck with all of that. Let me go grab about Howard online two out of Missouri. Howard welcome. Thanks Tom for taking my call. Love you. What's up? Hey, I'm Colin Ian. I called and back in January about looking for a gun for me and my daughter, my 13 year old daughter. And found going back one took it to the range and I was calling, let's go out with. Okay. Talk to me. I bought a Ruger PC, 9 millimeter carbine. Oh, nice. And it is awesome. I mean, it's accurate. It's not heavy. It's great. Not a lot of recoil. I'm just going to say in that very little recoil. Very little. Yeah. It's not real. It's not real loud. I still use ear protection, but I am going to try to get a can for it and it will be even more firm. I understand that your daughter shooting it too. Yes, she hasn't yet, but she didn't even know I've got it. I'm going to get it fixed up, getting it ready. So it's ready to go and she's ready. That's terrific. So when I hand it to her, she can just plank away and not have to worry about, well, I'm not hitting anything. Are you what kind of optic or sight do you have on it? I have a Romeo zero red dot? And then I'm also have a light and the laser I'm trying to keep them all sided in the same. Okay. So good. And now did you go with using the Ruger magazines? Are you using Glock magazines in that? I'm actually using the Glock magazines. It was already set up for Glock and I have a Glock and so I just change them out. I don't have to have the 20 round clip or the 30 round clip. I can use one of my small pistol clips and less intimidating for my daughter. And then if you want to, you always stick to 32 round mag and there just when you're having some fun, or you think you might need it. Yep. Yep. And then you were talking earlier about if you find a gun, get it in your hands, don't put it back down. It was a local gun shop, which I paid a little bit more, but I'm glad to support local shops and it was the only one I had and when I told him I was going to go and purchase it. He said, what was that guy in here yesterday that one of it, but he didn't know if he could buy it yet, said he was coming back today. He was that guy. You were the guy that took it out for a minute or the other guy. I was the guy, but I came prepared. I had my money and I kind of knew what I was looking for. Yeah, if you get your hands, don't put it down to someone else. I grab it. I know people think oh, that's clever. That's really no, I'm serious as I can be. I mean, I would just say, okay, it's like the ordeal of the checkers. If you take your finger off of it, you've already moved. Don't take your hand off of it until you say, I'm buying this right now. This is mine now. Right. There you go. Even if you have to pay a little bit more, the supplies are way low and he said that was the only one he had. He didn't have any extra clips. He didn't have any sites for it. He said,.
"glock" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Rage deal, I'm going to show him. He's not going to pass me. I'm going to fill the gap. I'm not going to let him in. He's trying to get around me. That's moronic, because you project it out to the end. What if this guy is nutso? He's run to start shooting into your car. Use judgment, consider the what ifs. We'll pick this up on the backside. All right, back with you. I'm Tom aggressor. It is gun talk. You want to join us 8 6 6 talk gun get you in here. We're pretty much all over the place. There's a gun. You want to talk about her. We share a range of reports things we have taken out to the range guns, ammo? Introduce people to shooting. All those sorts of things. Just, you know, it's all fun. As long as you're doing it safely, shooting is a great lifetime sports great family sport, you can start kids out and get in their 80s or 90s. Just Grapevine. And now ammo is coming back. Seeing more ammo, Michelle just said they're actually, they got in several boxes of two 70 Winchester. Cool. 'cause we were talking about the two 70 I'm having built right now. Had intended to ever buy a gun, you hadn't planned on buying. Yeah, you know, you have. Hey, let's go grab a line four dales with us out of Arlington, Texas. Hey, they'll thank you for calling in. Good afternoon, Thomas and how are you this fine sun shiny day? I am well. You won't talk about glocks. Yes, 17 L is what I've always wanted. If I'm going to get into a firefight with somebody, I need that land mill NATO to get there as quickly as I can. And I want to 17 L a call back in Atlanta twice and all they do is laugh at me. They say they're not going to do that anymore. The guest you had on a moment ago, talking about Glock triggers. Was he with Glock? No, no, he was with Franklin armory. And the Glock 17 L, long slot. So you would like to have your mouth a little bit closer to the bad guy. Well, when you read your respects on it, it travels a little bit faster. So the answer is yes, either way. It does. You're probably going to pick up another 50 feet per second out of it. That's about all. It's not much. It's not enough to matter the 17 L might be fun and competition, but as a defensive gun, it's largely pointless. It would be my take on it. It's certainly going to be harder to carry. You got to go long barrel to have to deal with. Do you have any galaxy stuff? No, for the purpose of strictly in home protection. I'm much prefer a 38 revolver. We shoot 38 glaciers that way you do not go through the wall and into a family member. Okay. Choices, here's my concern with that is that bad guys are now breaking in in groups. Not just one. Yes, that is true. 5 or 6 shots is not enough. Frankly. It's just not. If you don't know what it's going to be, it could be three guys there. You may have to shoot all of them. They may not be impressed with being shot. It may take three shots per. Now we're going to click click click at the end of that. That's not working well for us. So I'm just throwing out thoughts for you here because trust me, I've gone through every one of these scenarios. And I have a bunch of revolvers. I love my revolvers. But when I have a look at it and go, you know, running out of ammo in the middle of a gunfight when you're trying to protect your family would be one of the worst situations I can possibly imagine. That is correct. It's 2 a.m. and you might have 1.5 seconds remaining from the time you hear the noise until you can reach and point something. And a revolver is going to be quicker. Depending upon how well you know how to operate a semi-automatic because there's nothing automatic about a semi-automatic. If you don't know how to do it, if you don't practice enough, it's going to end up being a problem. You're going to get yourself hurt. That's not an equipment problem. That's a problem. That is a training problem. Recently, a Smith and Wesson, M and P, 2.0 9 millimeter compact. With the thumb release with a safety. Okay. And it works really well. It's a pain in the butt for somebody who does not know how to take them apart and clean them. And I've got to go do it. I got to teach them how they don't enjoy going out and doing it as much as you do. And you're buying it for a family member for the purpose of self protection. And he still has my old model ten K frame. From many years ago, big O heavy thing, but it still goes bang bang every time. I get it. Every choice we make as a compromise. And you're trying to balance out what can this person.
Guest Host Kurt Schlichter and NRA's Cam Edwards Discuss Firearm Rights
"Want to talk about firearm rights, the guy you go to is our next guest from bearing arms. My friend, cam Edwards, cam. Welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. Hi, can you appreciate the invite? Always good to be here. It's a nice change of pace, because when I was beginning in this, I would do your weekly show or I do your show every week. And that's right. Where's my chops? So to speak. Well, listen, it's cool to have the shoe on the other foot, but you are still an occasional guest on the bearing arms game in W podcast, and I get the opportunity to sit in. You are also a gracious guest as well. So it's good to have this conversation. I'm really glad you got a chance to go shooting. Over the years. I did. I did. I was shot various weapons with members of the family because that's what you do in Texas. 32 caliber Glock, small small frame was not impressed by it. 9 millimeters small frame Glock, not impressed by that either, although I like Glock. And an AR-15 derivative. And nice 22. Those are what we shot? Nice. That's fantastic. Good for you. Yeah. Now, of course, I can't conceal carry because I'm in Los Angeles and all I am is a 27 year army veteran who literally carried a machine gun on the streets of Los Angeles. But in Texas, I could. So I was kind of trying out my conceal carry options. Oh, nice. You know what? I'm actually curious. You should do a science experiment in the new year because Alex villanueva, the sheriff there and LA county. He's liberalized his approval of concealing applications. And that means they've gone from like, okay, can you remind they're like 10 million people in Los Angeles County. Last year, I think there were 200 active concealed carry permits. I think now they're over a thousand. No. One thing you can say, look, man, 400% increase the number of kids you'll carry licenses. But as you say, it's still incredibly difficult. Look, it's not difficult. It's impossible
The Context Behind Kim Potter's Trial
"The deadly confrontation happened on April 11th It began when Potter together with Anthony lucky and new officer she was training that day pulled over right a 20 year old man He had expired license tabs and dangling air freshener on his rearview mirror The stop escalator in police realized that right although he was not armed was wanted for arrest for failing to appear in court on a weapons charge At that point you know this guy it could be dangerous right He's got a weapons charge You have he fails to appear in court fort As author Anthony lucky attempted to arrest and handcuff right Wright wiggled away and got back into his car At that point you have to assume that he could be arm and dangerous based on the weapons charge against him Footage recorded by the body camera worn by the officers and a dashboard camera in the squad car which was playing for jurors during the trial capture the final chaotic moments Keyword chaotic moments of rights life I'm going to tase you putter shouted but in her right hand was a Glock 9 millimeter pistol Not the bright yellow taser that remained holstered on her left side 5 seconds later she yelled Taser taser taser Then fired a single round in the right side He was pronounced dead on the scene The footage also shows the immediate that immediately after the immediate aftermath is shooting in which Potter appeared shocked She gas and said I grabbed the wrong blanking gun before collapsing to the curb with her head in her hands
Potter trial enters second week with medical examiner on tap
"The the trial trial of of the the Minnesota Minnesota police police officer officer charged charged in in the the death death of of Dante Dante Wright Wright opens opens with with day day four four of of testimony testimony in in Hennepin Hennepin county county court court room room in in Minneapolis Minneapolis a a medical medical examiner examiner is is expected expected to to walk walk jurors jurors through through Dante Dante writes writes autopsy autopsy can can potter potter an an officer officer with with the the Brooklyn Brooklyn center center Minnesota Minnesota police police force force faces faces manslaughter manslaughter charges charges in in right right shooting shooting death death in in April April potter potter has has said said she she meant meant to to draw draw her her taser taser instead instead of of her her Glock Glock to to stop stop right right last last week week jurors jurors saw saw body body camera camera and and dashcam dashcam video video that that showed showed the the traffic traffic stop stop and and shooting shooting they they heard heard tearful tearful testimony testimony from from Wright's Wright's mother mother and and a a young young woman woman who who was was in in the the passenger passenger seat seat when when he he was was killed killed then then police police sergeant sergeant Michael Michael Johnson Johnson testified testified Friday Friday that that he he was was holding holding rights rights right right arm arm but but dropped dropped it it when when he he heard heard potter potter shout shout video video appears appears to to show show Johnson's Johnson's hand hand still still in in the the car car when when the the shot shot was was fired fired I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
Rapper Young Dolph fatally shot in Memphis, police say
"Rapper young Dolph has been shot and killed in his home town of Memphis Tennessee he was thirty six I marquees are loaded with the latest German police are searching for the shooter responsible for killing young Dolph at a Memphis cookie shop on Wednesday but they have no suspect information young Dolph has been shot at before in twenty seventeen his S. U. V. was shot more than one hundred times in Charlotte North Carolina later that same year he was shot multiple times outside a Los Angeles hotel young Dolph had three top ten albums including dumb and dumber to with key Glock in March he
Alan Dershowitz: Kyle Rittenhouse 'Should Be Acquitted'
"If Kyle rittenhouse is convicted, it'll be one of the biggest disgraces in a courtroom that we'll have seen since O. J. Simpson was acquitted. Right now, 12 jurors and 6 alternates being chosen by lottery. There's a jury pool of 18. They're going to have 12 juries who get to hear the case. I mean, what a doozy it was. To watch this, Katie pavlich had great analysis Katie from town hall dot com. She was on the 5 yesterday. Here's how she said that the prosecutors blew up their own case. So the defense has been able to go back to the evidence with the jury to show them to let them see what happened. Whereas the prosecution has repeatedly changed their story based on their own witnesses blowing their case. Gage gross gross for example, admitting that he was fired upon by Kyle rittenhouse after he pointed his Glock 19 in his face. And so therefore proved the self defense case for the jury. Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz, who frankly, I think emerged as a shining light during the Trump era, he was on with Sean Hannity last night and he said the correct verdict in this case, the Kyle rittenhouse case would be acquittal. I never predict, because I've been in this business too long and Jerry's surprise and we don't know what the jury deliberations are about. We don't know what who the jurors are. I do think that there can't be a possible conviction of attempted murder on the victim alleged victim who admitted that he had pointed a gun at him seconds before he was shot. As to the two who were killed, I don't think you can make a prediction. I do think that the evidence does not show beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed a crime and that even if he were to be convicted, there would be very, very, very serious issues on appeal. So I'm not going to predict, but I'm going to tell you that the right verdict in this case would be an acquit. That doesn't mean that this young man should be praised for coming with an AR-15. That doesn't mean he's a hero. It just means the government failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he did not act in self defense. That's a high burden. I don't believe the government met
"glock" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show
"It's a big deal but if we had seen that this was a big deal right if they had instead of telling us. While cody doesn't coach doesn't necessarily do very good in the kitchen and actually show us cody like trying to fix. I dunno fixing grilled cheese sandwich. And he burns it. Because he's he's a bit of a dunce in the kitchen. Then maybe the cake thing would have been like. Oh look at baking a cake. You know kind of thing. But i was like i was looking at this. Whatever they just didn't take the time to establish a relationship with these people are good at what they do. We did see pharaoh though pharaohs the star of the show right after -til rental then. That's my that's my review of roads to the top. So please please please. Please keep me posted in regards to What we're doing what we're doing for what what what were a. Please keep me posted on appearances of -til reynolds on. Tnt's hit new reality. series came in sixteenth. in the ratings dynamite was number four on cable. Last night i think and roads to riches rose to the top came in sixteenth overall. I don't know if that's a good thing. Because i i i don't know how reality series perform sixteenth overall doesn't seem good especially when you're leaning you're leading the show is the show that people are watching and you know. Dynamite is the lead into roads to register. They're expecting some bleed right. I don't know 'cause i'm thinking roads to riches roads to the wherever roads. The roads less traveled whenever you have a new show. You're always going to a big bump in the first few weeks the first episode for sure. Because there's the curiosity factor people want to tune in and then it goes down to bed and then it's our stabilizes that's usually tv shows go usually right so it's it's probably i dunno. I hope it doesn't like i wouldn't want it to bomb. I want it to bomb. Because i think because i want the tnt. I want the turner awa relationship to be great. I want them to to make all sorts of great content together so that adobe can have a long prosperous life and can and can charge. Turner millions of dollars for their For their for for licensing. I that's what i want. So i want these spinoff projects to work. Even if they're not for me even if i think they're kind of the kind of lame look as it stands right now as it stands right now like i was chatting with matt kuhn on On twitter last night. I think the best possible programming moved. Tnt can do now moving forward. With w is to have arn anderson and -til piper doue road trip across the united states an armed road trip across the united states. I think that's what you do. A kind of a body and clyde thing where the not necessarily robbing banks. They're just causing general mayhem as they go along that. That's a show. That's something that we should turn into. Call it Glock and -til. That sounded a lot. Funnier in my head. Because i was thinking of glock and spiel right you guys know one o'clock and spiel is like xylophone but german. No.
Seattle Police Release Footage After Officers Kill Homicide Suspect
"We're seeing the moments before Seattle police shot and killed a murder suspect in White Center Yesterday, the police Department released new surveillance, video and body Cam footage. As part of the use of force investigation. SWAT officers were serving a search warrant in a murder case from several months ago. This surveillance video shows 22 year old suspect come out of the home with a gun. This part of the video does not have audio. But police say At one point, the man started shooting at officers who fired back. You can hear that gun. Fire off in the body cam portion of the video. However, the body Cam video does not catch a clear view of the confrontation. This shot shows the man on the ground with a gun in his hand as officers are firing. Police also released a picture of the Glock 21 45 caliber handgun. They recovered from the suspect, and they say it was reported stolen from back in June. The officers involved in the shooting are now on paid administrative leave during the
Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths
"Brown. The Mexican government is suing several leading gun manufacturers in the United States, alleging their business practices lead to weapons smuggling across the border and deaths in Mexico. Angela co chair gave Katie P. Reports from El Paso. In the lawsuit. Mexico's government alleges top U. S gun manufacturers including Smith and Wesson, Colt and Glock know their practices facilitate arms trafficking. Mexico estimates 70% of the illegal guns in the country are from the U. S, including those smuggled from Texas and other border states. Mexico's Foreign minister Marcello Abrar, traveled to El Paso Tuesday to mark the two year anniversary of the mass shooting. During an interview after the remembrance ceremony, he said Mexico had built a case based on intelligent Turkey. The link between guns sold in the U. S. And deaths in Mexico. The Mexican government estimates at least 17,000 murders involved traffic guns in 2019. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in US federal Court in Massachusetts, where a leading gun distributor is
"glock" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
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"glock" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Let's say one of one of two percents being on the limit all the time and it's a it's a longer longer time in the car i mean. Sometimes you have since over to us. Sometimes even more and you have to deal with a lot of traffic through Different categories in so there quicker. Costs noah costs with Driving in the night's totally different way to temperatures are changing all the time deny Over the day so you need to adapt to the car in a different way because the is changing through a whole trae race. If it's colder it's going to be different than when it's hot. Titans gonna behave different so you need to every time which is interesting and it's really demanding Twenty four hours. Because you never really even if you are. Let's say you have a three to four hour breaks. You never sleep. Because you're you're every time you hear the cost. You're you're at the track so you never really can't rest and the last. Let's say ten hours. Tough hearts one. It'll tell listeners. I wanted to go. Kart wembley stadium at the race champions. Good fun. i think we'd nine eight or nine drivers at the time. But i couldn't even sleep between the standards. It was good for but what is driving at night. Time where there's different you just quicker car slower cars but you're probably going two hundred miles an hour which are headlamp saw walking. You see like how that is extremely dangerous in my eyes. That's for sure it's it's more dangerous than on the day but the lights are very powerful. Los cost now but still you have to deal with a. Let's say even with you know. Men cast coming from behind quick with the lights on sometimes. It's your sort of planet a bit than any Everything pro so. It's a n end on top. If if it's gonna gonna be wet in the night you know you never really see what's going on the track west standing not so there are a lot of things which makes it really hard to catch And we need to stay focused all the time you know. He cannot really rest because he needs to see what's going on where you need to romero's you need to look to the front of it. See where you are in terms of tires and tradition so in the in the night everything gets gets even more intense than than a more. You need to focus. And certain i just thought of tennyson race and have worn i think one giant similarity and that's dealing with loosen you know every week. He's only only be one winner. Beat on tennis my tennis tournament or race. And how do you deal with that disappointment nearly weekend week out. I mean it's the same like the tennis court. If you if you lose the metro you can use the race or didn't perform like he wanted. You need to analyze. Why some point and then you need to take it out of your mind in focus on on the next lament and don't look back on. That's how i tried to do a day. you know. Take the things oh analyze what what happened on the weekend. What can you do better for the next one but they need to get it out of reminding and look forward. That's the only way to do it. How tastes are you really went the mechanics. After letting you down. Didn't tighten the volt. I know deep down most heard a little bit after. I mean that happens by. That's you know that's the difference In our sport it's a team spot as a tennis player. You just lend yourself at the end. If you didn't play weli you make mistakes by on our side you know. It's part of the over team out of our results. Is that the crew. The whole team works together. Pitstops in stuff like this. It can happen. That goes wrong or mechanic does a little mistake but it's not it's not happening. Often they are are trade as well really well and they are so focused on the weekend that at the end. It's a team sport. You know indeed with it you you go to the guys what happened. I mean happened and you'd be we look forward in the back so that's for sure one big pot in i was born. Yeah overlook thank you very much just a couple more questions on will get you back on the race track. You're right now you're race in your commentating. You're your own clothing line which you see the top there. It's very nice. How'd you manage all that. It's a bit like tennis again. Where there's a lot going on yeah Very intense said youtube covert. The calendar even changed around the quite late in the season so in that now. It's very intense time ahead again. I might like to have raise on this weekend. For the weekend is twenty followers for the weekend that is another cameras than there is one week break in another. Dj going on. And i just try to focus. That i have a small team behind me doing all the work in the background Organizing my flights or might travel stops and so on actually the the the whereas Who have is just like a little little project ahead with a very good friend. He took that ten years ago. Already and then i Than i a never. I said no my photos I don't need that work on my list as well so And then things came together a couple of years ago and we tried that and having a couple of foodies in a couple of t-shirts for my fans and and that's what have you. Things came together and we just work out. It doesn't take much energy for me. Look much work for me but By like it's good it's good. It's good and you're a works bmw driver. That's like royalty in germany even into world.
"glock" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"What's the one race you tell your children Actually amid photo of there would be two thousand nine as zinc flu but to me the best race i ever did was scary paths Eighteen in where we had. That's actually good to watch for you as well through the last twenty minutes of bed rice in high it was like twenty minutes. Five between me and gerry and it was every left. Google fighting for the lead so it was about the lead Overtaking each other all the time and that was one of the best racists advising again the really happy to Sometimes in racing you size like this but for five obesity and no one really sees it and this was for the lead when you win that when i won. That race is was I'm getting goosebumps from. It was really really coolant. Good swatch watch good show for the fans. Great entertainment was border thinking. The that was Twenty eighteen hockenheim race to a youtube dot. But i think that's what the netflix series different ethics stations. Doing for f. One get no more about the the younger drivers that the guy's not atop it a grade. Angie seated jews that are going on. And now i'd fall in love with formula one for a few years with after watching that your back ended and you're watching all the jewels you're seconds really trust. And so i think they've done a good job and seeing all the battles going on absolutely. I mean it's good that you get a bit of an inside what's going on behind the scenes behind behind the door. Smith said the And that's that's good to see a good to listen. I'm in. I'm watching it as well as it's fun to watch some some good. Let's say transportation teammates Bosses were the starting five from the best thing was when they read was fighting was reynaud again for for denny ricardo and was a and quite nice. See what's really going on in the background. I always hoped ricardo can just do better. You know he makes these moves and it's just not happening for vote hopefully work with any shows or anytime i listen to the f. One podcast drivers always talk about their competitive nature on and off the track. First question for you is. Who was the most competitive person you race on the track and then off the track. Ooh that's a good one. I think sebastian wetzel and Michael michael chuma. Who was su super intense on track. Think michael michael sends out there. Well in these days when we would be we were together and doing a lot of different workouts together. Even playing chess was a massive battle. And that i really enjoyed the Ibo super competitive everywhere. It didn't matter Walking out felt like walking out of the hotel that was a sprint through. The renton cobb whose first Like it's super competitive. But sebastian massive ethel as well on a different way at super competitive as well. Trying you know being the best on and off track. Yep retired by there. I only heard was it. Leclercq talked about vattel. How competitive he was on the track because now lately when he was last when their boat a ferrari that he would vet would let leclerc win just to keep them happy like. Yeah no look. It's competitive nature. These guys is just on really just see racing everywhere is must be crazy but also you talk about the fitness. They're going back your f. One days what was the. What was the fitness like. What sort of training to do to make sure you're fit for too long races. Oh i must. It was very intense. I mean a lot of work out at was done in the background. No lot of running cycling stuff like this and then fought for us. The most biggest neck and the back can lower bank So all the core staff was very important to try to deal with. Those chief owes you having a cow by. There's one to protect you from a incident light Crush light maximum. Stop who headed now in the incident. I mean he had an impact. Fifty one g so fifty one times is owned. Let's say wait and this you cannot absorb being not fit you know. And that's one part of it. Why why we have to work out like a lot of even more these days than it wasn't my day one and that's a that's a process that's along work five days a week So it's pretty civilized by two tennis. What i see every time. When i when i watch those guys like good domini team just. I think that just watch this morning. Now he's begged Left-handed again Or whatever i left handed now. Because he's he's still injured on the rise of press stress fracture. Yeah and And the way how he worked out. I mean i saw a lot of videos from him is impressive as well. We don't see much from raja. Sandra i would like to see a lot. More from him from rough l. dollars bad as well as bit from novak's you can see which but team is quite impressive. How he works out. How intense it is. I mean if you see if you play on quota tennis match you know how the mining in this spot short break in between and sometimes the length of a tennis match being four and a half to five hours is insane. I mean this is where. I'm impressed with like that. Guys are keeping the That high over four to five hours mentally and physically is impressive to see speaking the land. Your nerve. i'm sure you've raised hundred times norberg ring and what had long races like got to number ring out for those. That don't know to number ring is like a. it's like what the sixteen fifteen sixteen kilometer road race track in germany grenz even twenty s. Sorry twenty kilometers. It's it's crazy. I've actually done a few laps. There was good for toward probably at one percent of your speed but what sort of what's it like race in the longer races there. Yeah i never did it. Twenty four hours the neubergring. I'm doing the twenty four hour race in one and a half weeks now in spots funchal show which did already before Another a long distance race in australia a couple of years ago twenty daytona ided the beginning of this year. So that it's quite. It's quite a different approach from a racing driver part of you because you never you. You cannot do one hundred..
"glock" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Be the goal. You mean for young guy. Yeah yeah. I think that would be. That would be the main goal at the moment of and there's a lot of due to kobe in the past one unhappiest. The simulator racing moved up massively And they tried to go by the simulator stuff with read world which is cri- impressive at the moment and and trying to get a route through the let's say the sim later worlds to the real world there couple of guys who stepped out of similar bite. Quick as well in Price scout is landau landowner. Sorry tim did. He come from the simulator world he. He's a big fan of. The stimulates are a lot of search the winter. None of games of the in the wintertime but he said came from go cops Made his way up. I wasn't sure how did he. How so good luck. But surely the simulator world. There's there's no real consequences is there. It's the point amid press his case. Start again but is the same like in the real world. I i know you can learn to track and various things. But i don't know how you can actually replicate chief forces on smashing into a barrier overtaken slipstream and that stuff so that's why struggle but i'm sure you can learn to operate the car i mean there's there's a lot of big help first of all learning detracts because they are very similar to the reality because they get laser scans and then you feel every bump which is in in in on the track as well as you say you. You can still working on driving lines and stuff like this in procedures in the car. Which are quite similar. Dissimulate doer to the russell. There are some i mean. There are Step-by-step. there is more wig learned from simulator and dry or work in the sumo delightful formula one teams. They have these simulators. Even it's another step to compare what you can buy on market and they spend a lot of time in simulators they have Reserve test drivers they spend the whole weekend in a simulator wedneday with. Let's let's say the stone on the weekend and on friday and saturday. That was i beckon the factory in simulated driving trying different. Setups you know. If an advantage on setup. The trek tried on the tracks. So there is a real re. Let's say real-time benefit of similarities. At the moment. Yeah plus you get miles. Which drivers so i'm going to quickly touch on pressure. Sorry before such pressure is similarities. Tennis and driving is there any similarities at all. Our does tennis help. Driving at all on -centration is the big points in being concentrated in the race for one and a half to two hours on a very high levin Let's say you know taking the example racing monaco amid for sure about this but as well about staying mentally focused concentrated and this is what i what i realized. That retirement As soon as you lose that concentration you. You're doing things wrong playing stairway anymore. that that's quite Can play as good as on the practice moment. But as soon as it's called it's called gonna play for points. Made by game is totally against but this is his on mentally you know which which switches on the say your butts away. They wired not sitting any more inappropriate inappropriately. Tennis gives you the time between breaks to think about dot like to take of what you know what you're doing wrong or why or what. But let's take monaco as you mentioned. That's what two hours now. You're you're like an heartedness on a dare. No errors mistake you're into barrier so you've no time to think about anything else but is is that what it's like. That's actually what is like what what what we love by the phone. What is so hot and so demanding is being on point for two hours one and a half that saves two hours not doing any mistakes. And you know we're talking about a ten or two tenths difference in over five kilometers. That say i mean no show monaco's shorter but this nothing i mean. This is nothing direction. Time of of of your someone enough so doing that in every corner in keeping the car. It's not driving around being being easy bit every time every corner limits and that's physically and mentally so so demanding and you try to find a way as well like monoply have moments where you can relax on. This is another way you in a race. Pathway stats with debt. Yourself like you can you can. Let's say in munster. They have long long straights spree affording straits wig and breathe. That can sort of get donovan in monaco. You have a lot shorter time but manage even in the troll time to get down and but you know so. It's quite interesting. How quickly you can adapt in sort of getting down getting a bit of the arrest. Let's say still being fled out. What's the average heart rate for. Raise like monaco. That's quite different to from dr. It's driver there are guys out there who stay quite low between hundred fifteen hundred sixty and there are guys were a hundred eighty all the rights through and of course. There are a lot of different moments when you when you when you drive on your own. It's easy as soon as the pressure comes up as soon as there is someone behind the you get For should tend to twenty-odd reds obits higher than before just being under pressure and from motor sport. Is that The race and we need the highest fitness levels. You get the highest heart rates f. One or another race a lot in. Dtm there how does that compare definitely on is is is sort of the the high pointless say on that because it's just physically demanding that you're you're already your heart rate is because of the the chief force you have you know. It's just the another levin that's desolate of spoiled at the moment. The casa insane quick when every time when i'm on a i'm doing accommodating sky and i have to try on friday to go on on the track and watch those costs writer. Detract detracted impressive. Quick they are and detail. Him is is less demanding in terms of physically but as well mentally very high. Because you are not allowed to do any takes. It's the same on their phone. Let's say you have read poland and mercedes at the moment. There is another communist power in ferrari. Dtm is like twenty causing one seconds. So there is no place for any arrow arrowhead any little mistakes so that's mentally as quite quite strong. Tell me on a sunday night after grand prix you just ready for bed or you guy for the champagne depends on the results now there. That's for sure there all the time that say to to have a bit of body on sunday night but i mean for me. Most of the time. I just went back to the hotel tried to recover. Tried to come down a bit than relaxing get back to your first race. You came seven or fifty seven seven woes. It like for your first show. I grand prix raced. Get a result of seven. Llc you were extremely happy with did it set some really high standards free and expectations. That put a bit of pressure on. You know not at all because it was a bit of. Let's say pricing becky in two thousand four. I was reserved driver. So they had like nick heidfeld and georgia panel encroaching pantano head like let's say financial sponsor getting into on and at some point. They either run out of money or they had a bit of a dispute with with the with the team. And i just got the call on sunday morning that i- i going to drive the race so that was quite special actually at the end i mean i've i've finished eleven ups. There were full cost qualified. I go up to be seven. Which was a bit of luck but at the end what asked about anymore School to buzzing my first race was very happy about it but after that i was driving the following races driving the last three Again into the unfold but there was no extra pressure from that was just too happy that the chance to to do the race at the end you know scoring points. Nice and what's the one race you tell your children Actually amid photo of there would be two thousand nine as zinc flu but.
"glock" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"That's how of see your fun functional. Tennis and we've communicated over few years. He sent the odd video which we've liked and been great. So when did you start playing tennis. Actually when i was a young kid so first of all i started with dirt bikes multiples. When i was young like five six years old and after two three years ahead of aggression broke my leg and my mom just said scrabble Actually i that was the way how i came into tennis so i played very intense when i was young very intense. Tennis tried to make a bit of a Having a go tennis at some point multiple catch you back again. And i gave up on tennis again and concentrated most was fourteen fifteen years again. I will your parents into motorsport world at all. Just my dad was when he was. I'm ed we just did it for just fun because he never had the chance financially to do it and he never up support. Let's say from his family and he was just doing to offer weekend for some. Let's say friends than the played a bit of a Had some friends with him so he never tried really to go into. Its but he said when one of my kids has any talent in sport he will try to yet to have to have or to that. Say you had out there so the motorsport bogut. A young age was bigger than the tennis book. Yeah that stage. Yeah i think. My mom would have been more happy to that. If i would have gone to the tennis route because it's less dangerous let's say but Yeah both to catch me at that time. more interested when that way to get serious into is like thirteen fourteen. Is that old for race drivers to start their career to talk about tennis player. Starting at five six seven eight on. Its there's less of that started thirteen or fourteen. They really have no chance of making it. Yeah that's actually a pretty similar in most sports. When i mean there are a lot of young kids already starting go cutting like i did with motorbikes. They stopped same age like five six seven years. And it's not. Let's say the the number way too late. Like i did at the stewart outside. Maybe we save some money probably yeah. Let's talk this on talk about later in the app. So let's just hit on it right now. Tennis people parents coaches players. There's always dot you know not always put some give that excuse. We didn't have enough money access more money. We don't have a team big enough and it's always comes down to money but i've read all the books on some race and drives hair two stories. A lot of it comes down to having. Money are getting big sponsors on board from an early age. But maybe tell us like. What's the take for a junior racing driver to get to the ranks financially nowadays. I think if i would have to start in in these days now i would not be able to make. I mean we were just on the limit when i stopped and we didn't drive the sort of the big championships because we couldn't voted with the money. Because it took you a lot more money you had to invest look more in. Let's say new tires new go-carts you engines and stuff like this. So in my in my time go. Karting will be managed to deal with forty fifty thousand euros than the next. The next Category was already around two hundred two hundred thousand euros. Foam to free is a big step or round about three hundred thousand euros and then he came into cheap you to end this is about one and a half million roughly two million and then you start terminal but depends on. How many is you spend in every category. That's another point cosimo money. But in these days i think it's doubled. The price now is a lot to look more money Junior drivers getting into drive academies from breakfast from ferrari infamous. Save you so because otherwise you you. You can't really make it. I mean it's it's a lot of money. Which would you need in. Go karting you spend already two hundred to three hundred thousand euros at the moment The next categories. As i mean it's it's just doubled. The price and trying to do formula to is not dominated by the at least two to twin millions million moments. And that's that's crazy and that money goes into ruin the tame. Traveling pain for new tires. New engines new parts. Just you're paying to run the team. Basically you pay you paint. Let's say the team to cover the costs for as you said. I mean they don't need you engines but it's it's just the the amount of work which goes around it you know. The people wind worth a team They were permanently in a in a racing team for of for the unit categories there at ten to trust people. I would say at the moment on a in a team covering or even more. I think maybe fifteen to fifteen so covering the work on a weekend and to. Yeah that's that's heavy To get sponsorships at these days and you know there are not many places left One or let's say there are not many places to not many seats available in one so That's that's a hot fight so and intense trying to enter the big tree and tennis trying to win a slam like nearly harder. Not and so the goal is would the goal be to really go to carton from young age and then try and get a adamy deal with red bull. Ferrari mercedes that would that be the goal. You mean for young guy. Yeah yeah. I think that would be. That would be the main goal at the moment of and there's a lot of due to kobe in the past one unhappiest..
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"Night of protests. I nly Scylla. Sarah Fox News. Hundreds of people have gathered for 1/4 night outside the Brooklyn Center. Minnesota Police Department after the shooting death of Dante right as police try to disperse the crowd, the city's mayor, right, imposed a curfew for 10. PM tonight. Former police officer Kim Potter Has been released on $100,000 bond after she was charged with second degree manslaughter this morning. Please say Potter accidentally drew her gun instead of her Taser Sunday during a traffic stop affidavit with the criminal complaint says her duty belt was designed with the Taser on the left side of Glock nine millimeter on the right side and designed to be used with the corresponding hand. A statement from the county attorney's office says that she will be vigorously prosecuted. To prove that she aggregated her responsibility to the public when she used the firearm instead of the Taser is Mike Tobin in Brooklyn Center. If convicted, Potter could serve 10 years in
Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights
"Will soon be able to carry concealed firearms on campus without a permit. Yellowstone Public Radio's Kevin traveling reports. Montana State University. Senior Chance kind is on his way out the door of his Bozeman apartment, keys, wallet phone, double checking My knife pens. My pencils Got a Glock has is the case Most times kind is in public. He's carrying a concealed Glock 19 pistol in his jeans. Practically muscle memory for the 22 year old to grab heading out the door. We've interest to get some groceries. Thank you. Yeah, but one place he can't carry a concealed gun, His college campus. At least until June. 1st when the new law goes into effect at state universities, a third generation Montana and from a farm and ranch area kind of grew up around guns. After shopping for groceries, he breaks down in brushes his pistol. Well, looks like we're actually pretty. Clinton's students who carry on campus will need to finish the hunters, education or basic gun safety course. Kind, says he's practice, drawing his pistol in front of his bathroom mirror, something he hasn't had to do for real after carrying for 2.5 years, and I thank God every day for that kind, says his father, a former sheriff's deputy taught him to take care of himself and others to be the first line of defense. In case there's an active shooter situation. For example, you are the hidden protector. You're not looking for a fight. But you're willing to finish it. Montana's new governor, Greg Jean Forte, is a friend to gun rights advocates as the state's first Republican executive and 16 years he's starting to enact long held conservative priorities. The right of the people. Keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. During a bill signing ceremony last week, GM 40 railed against gun control measures recently proposed by President Joe Biden said the new concealed carry law bolster self defense rights. Montana University system, and most Democratic state lawmakers oppose the bill, fearing it could lead to accidents and more students harming themselves on campus. Montana has the nation's third highest suicide rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have consistently found that suicide risk increases with access to guns. So this is like the main lobby area where a lot of people like Tonto Hang out. Do homework knew our worries MSU freshman and dorm resident Daisy Cory, who's loving her college experience, but just the thought of someone having a gun in the dining hall when I'm just trying to eat a sandwich. Good morning. That's scary. If there's a dispute, she says she won't feel safe next fall. Knowing students may have guns in the library or one of her philosophy class is their signs on the front door that say no nicotine. No tobacco, But you're allowing 18 year olds have guns who are drinking on the weekends and are living with a bunch of people. It's totally crazy to me, Corey says. Hearing about the concealed carry bill unearthed trauma from her childhood in Colorado and age 13. She says she was playing Jenga alone with a friend when he took his own life with a handgun in front of her. Now. Cory says she's considering transferring from MSU. She's hopeful the Montana University system will challenge the new law in court, but Deputy Commissioner Kevin McRae thinks that's unlikely. Instead, he says, the Board of Regents will probably implemented law with an eye toward the 10 states that currently allow students to carry guns on campus. But even the areas that we look to for best practices there are different nuances that Keep this sort of uncharted water and knew. For example, McCrae says, Montana will be the only state to allow 18 year olds to carry guns in dorms for NPR News and Kevin traveling in Helena.
"glock" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"Said that. I don't know but they're eaten the rich in read it and i'm not talking about armie hammer. We'll talk about him later. But it's it's fun to see these wall streeters in crisis. Can you give me back the joint. Oh yeah you want to light it okay. Did you mean your penis just now because you know you have two different joints and i was holding onto both of them. Okay so back to wall street. Because i was giving you a short squeeze right there. That grease me baby harder harder. You know these terms talion taken a crash course. Usually it's amazing. How many sexual terms there are and like bull right away. Bull markets right. I mean that's gonna get cuckold. Everywhere all excited and their cockles everywhere so no wonder they use that turn and did you see this. I just heard this just shortly. A violent was shortly shortly. awhile ago. there's an artist is a group of artists who would bowl on wall street. The brass. yeah sure they wanna put a big pile of poop poop. Shit voice of course battle do and and they're waiting for permission from the city of new york. I think that's a great installation with it would be pretty stinky. But you know that's another phrase dunk which sounds stinky. And of course short squeeze which sounds like a masturbation technique and these guys are actually masturbating stocks. Sure stones' when it's very small. Oh i thought it was time period. The short squeeze short pier. I didn't think it was necessarily a short Joint or are we talking about penises or cox or stocks star stocks are cox. Actually that's what we should have subtitled this. Show stocks and cox. That's that's the name okay. So it's good up all right so these stocks and how 'bout pump and dump. Now that's gotta be the money shot right pumping pump and dump. Yeah that sounds very pornographic. That's what they do. That's what the hedge funders now hedges. Okay the hedgehog. He's in jail. Got some hookers to betcha because nobody in the scene mind would marry a a day trader. Now they gotta have some serious sex workers. Let's call them by what they are. Because these are sex workers that are really sex therapist. Because i have a few clients that are wall streeters and they are under a lot of pressure. You know all that short-squeezing. We'll get to you anyway. There's this crisis going on. Where all these people that are regular people got into trading. Because that's what wall street tells us now. Y'all should get into trading. Well yeah but not if it impinges on our greed depends what they're going to trade if you're gonna trade kinds of trade right so they were doing what i guess. These hedge funders do which is find a stock which they think looks bad. Looks like it's gonna tank and then they make it tank. Basically which i think is incredibly unfair But they do this. They make a tank they buy they borrow the money or the whatever wherewithals by a bunch of stocks and then they sell them and they then bye-bye them again at the reduced price that they create because they bought and sold these things right away so they're basically forcing the stock to fail and then of course they make money on that because they pocket some of the change that after they sold it. They make some money and then it's worthless anyway. I am not a mathematician but these billionaires just make more billions doing all this and so then we have robin hood okay. Isn't that sound nice. Robin hood is a free. Trading investment companies. There's lots of them but robin hood. Sounds like the legend of robinhood taking from the rich and giving to the poor. And that's the idea but are they doing that. You know that is the big question Or do those stunks really stink. And are they protecting their hedge. Fund investors guess couple of citadel and melvin from their own poor investors and their poor investors invested. Because i don't know it was a combination of kind liking this stock game. Stop because it's it sells video games and it was of course tanking because it's something that is in malls and they just couldn't make it in the corrode apocalypse and so these guys just got together and went. Well you know we like game stop and besides we hate that. These hedge funders can just make this company basically go out of business and we wanna see what can happen if we joined together works socialists joined together and do something and by this not spend too much money but by some stocks and there's a lot of us so it will have an effect and it did have an effect and you can see it in the eyes of leon cooperman crying. The billionaire cry. he also cried..
Police say Virginia man arrested at DC checkpoint had gun, high-capacity magazines
"The quiet downtown over the weekend, we're a couple of notable arrest. The 22 year old man was arrested near the capital on gun possession charges. Police say Guy Berry of Gordon Phil Virginia, was Carrying three high capacity magazines, 37 rounds of unregistered ammunition and a Glock 22 firearm. In addition, U. S Capitol police arrested a woman accused of Impersonating a police officer after stopping her at a security checkpoint. The woman was taken into custody for a psychiatric evaluation.
Man Arrested in Washington, D.C. With Unauthorized Inauguration Credentials, a Loaded Gun, and Lots of Ammo
"Happened today. And this is the U. S. Capitol. Police arrested a man with an unauthorized inauguration credential right outside the Green zone. It was a legitimate credential but not authorized for him to have it. When law enforcement searched the Virginia man's truck, they found an unregistered handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition. Wait, there's more. The man Wesley Bealer drove up to the security checkpoint and presented this credential as I was telling you about. But when a Capitol police officer check the credential with a list he discovered the man wasn't authorized to go inside the restricted area that has been set up as a security precaution. Officers also noticed the man had questionable bumper stickers in And on his car, including one that read, quote, assault life, unquote. When asked if he was carrying any weapons, Beeler said he was carrying a Glock semi automatic pistol in the center armrest. Police found the clock was loaded with a high capacity magazine. And 17 rounds of ammunition. The pistol was ready to fire. Bealer was carrying 509 rounds for the pistol, including hollow point bullets, as well as 21 shotgun shells. He was charged with five crimes, including possessing a weapon and ammunition without the appropriate registration. Charlotte Right now, we know he had to go through at least one armed military secure checkpoint just to get this location. Charging documents show that this is where everything happens Last night, right around 6 31 of me and pulled up in a white pickup truck and you can see just how close we are to the capital. Not far at our at all. Charlotte and this is where he showed armed guards. An unauthorized inauguration credential. That's whenever those guards asked him to pull over to the side. Officers say they noticed gun related details onto that truck. They then asked the man inside. If he had anything that could harm officers. He told the officers. He had a gun and documents show. That's when he was removed from the vehicle. Officers report finding a gun in plain sight and a further search found the front royal man had more than 500 rounds of unregistered ammunition on him. That gun that an officer was initially saw, was also unregistered and loaded with a high capacity magazine Tonight. Capitol Police says that dealer is charged with carrying a business pistol without a license. And for having unregistered ammunition. But Charlotte it's still unclear at this point. Why this Virginia man drove an hour and a half to D C and why he had several 100 rounds of ammunition on him.
"glock" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"glock" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Lawyers say Christmas. Kind of a cross between my cousin, vinny and miracle on thirty. Fourth Street. And our rights stories and I love books dogs. I love beaches and mountains and fly fishing sports, reading and more. And also love getting under the covers. With my authors. Let's get to. Listeners welcome the under the covers episode of Charlotte Readers podcast I'm talking today with Sarah Johnson and talking about her mystery novel the bones remember the budge members second book and the Alexa Glock forensic mystery series. Like the first novel in the series, the bones remember set on a New Zealand Alan. Or forensic investigator lexa Glock must deal with the controversy shark cage diving. Tourism. Effort to solve. Murders. Set against the down under and rugged landscape of Lancy. Alexa confronts the jaws of death and those who love and hate the shark cage diving industry in her pursuit land the real killer. Publishers weekly calls. Protagonist Alexa Glock a refreshingly normal heroin and one net galley reviewer gave the book how mark saying. This. Is a quick and thrilling read with characters. So beautifully flawed sometimes I. wanted to yell at them. That's what makes a book. Enjoyable. Sarah Weapons. Anki Land S. And congratulations on the new book, the remember. Area exciting. Yes I love the name Alexa Glock where did where'd you get inspiration for that name for nameless Ah Kiwi neighbor we had when we lived in Christ church women who I really admired and took us on strenuous day-long trip through Christchurch church twist still recovering from the earthquake. Her name is Alexis and black came from southern living columnist or lessening Glock and on my own I gotta steal. That The NAME HAS A. Certain. Moscow get done. Kinda. Feel to it. You know. The third book I'm starting to make Alexa jokes used to be clock jokes, gun jokes. But now everybody will say Alexa, what's the time Alexa? What's the weather? Now ask you. So before we talk about the book which I really enjoyed by the way let's talk about you. You have a day in journalism and a masters in education. You became a teacher Utah two years you love to read and you said, your first book was published at age sixty a fact that you're proud and excited about and tell us tell us wa. New Career. Certainly, I'm not teaching fulltime anymore and is just such a thrill to be so devoted in a new direction. and. You're president of this organization called Triangle Sisters in crime. What does it take to be a sisters in crime and we aren't just sisters we're siblings we have several misters. Okay. But anyway, it's a wonderful organization. It's a national organization that supports mystery in crime writers. And we have some great programs. Forensic able coming in at least coming in lawyers coming in maybe we'll have you. Back we'd love to have you. But. That'd be fucked. You WanNa talk about lawyer saving Christmas. and. The mysteries that go along with that. So, you're also remember the nor Colorado's network and you've been a part of that for a while and. You are a middle school teacher until your husband proposed this. will use the word novel since we're talking about books this novel idea some call it a crazy idea. Of living in a place down under for one year. Yeah. It's like twist my arm he said, do you WANNA take a year off teaching? Like sure my youngest child was a sophomore in college in it was just the right time to do this. My husband had recently retired and it's like you can all these hurdles in front of you and say, we just couldn't make the APP and we we made it happen rent out our house and. Risk free. Year. New. Zealand would not let stay full year a tourist visa is only good for ten months so. We we couldn't even extended. So we rashly their ten months. Normal you live in Durham North Carolina and so I'm thinking old Indiana Jones movies where the plane is going across the map and then and then the boat in the boat is going across the. It's like, I, ain't trains and automobile. Yes. So, let's talk about this landscape because I really enjoyed. Reading this book and being in that part of the world at least the escape of going there there are three islands I didn't know much about New Zealand but I looked it up after I read your book three hours. Tell us about this. Wonderful area there. Wow. So there are the major three islands must people live on the north? Island. Often area which has to live on the South Island. We thought it was closer to. More rugged landscape though I would say, New Zealand overall is entirely wild and rugged. As as it gets. But Christ church let us be closed to allow the places we wanted to travel and hanging off Christchurch. Is Stuart Island and it is. Just only four hundred people. It's quite a large island but hardly anyone lives there must've been his national park and it's just a Burgers Paradise Hunters Paradise and as it turns out on this shark's love it too. Yeah, and actually stood island is the location. Where Alexa glaucous trying to solve this mystery and to get there she has to go on a ferry and crawl say straight I can't pronounce it starts It's the way to Stewart Island but it's You describe it in the book and also looked it up how winds rogue waves people have died getting just from one side to the other to get. are very was delayed like eight hours before we could cross it and I'm telling you I've never been so sick in my. Tremendous tremendous waves. But when you get there, you just got this beautiful country with only you said, four hundred people got mountains you got the coast And, of course, you've got the great white sharks. Great. White Sharks. Now this this landscape as I think. You sort of fell into this a little bit as a mystery writer because it's a great location I think to set mysteries people go missing there. They swept away by rains and swollen rivers. They died to two wins and Hassi's and the because a Shark's Oh. So. will say nobody in Stuart Island has died from a shark attack in shark attacks in new. Zealand are very rare because the wires darn called. You don't WanNa get into. Okay. And Yeah there's this thing called shark cage diving, which is at the heart of your book and. I think wrote a little blog piece or something publish where you said your husband. Ask You do you WANNA go shark cage diving and He said a lot of great whites hang around the island and your response was. Sooner, rather go birding. will say it was not because I was afraid it was really I.
"glock" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"glock" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Get it terror threat intercepted on John trout a witness to Saturday's crime Joseph Glock takes issue with reports that the suspect responsible for stabbing five people is mentally ill my view would be somebody of the mentally ill should come in and give up on the dollar list all the time it's only coming in not to come out and and and and and and and don't try to make a massacre that's a that's not a mental that's a absolutely heinous crime is not a mental who is a lawyer for the president trump and Russia's president speak via phone Putin thank to trump for information provided that helped thwart a planned terrorist act in Russia the Kremlin his issue to read out of a call between Vladimir Putin and president trump in the conversation the report says putting thank Mr trump for helping with counter terrorism measures including information that prevented a terror attack in Russia it was reportedly going to be carried out on new year's eve there's Bob Constantini police say it was an armed member of the west freeway church of Christ near fort worth that fatally shot a gunman during a Sunday service correspondent Lucy Cavanaugh has more armed volunteer portion security members immediately respond they opened fire back the whole thing over in just six seconds the world will watches times where revellers ring in the new year tomorrow night correspondent Steve casting down his in lower Manhattan the ball on top of one Times Square is twelve feet wide it weighs six tons and it's covered in over thirty two thousand LED lights Times Square alliance president Tim Tompkins said they'll make sure it's all working correctly during the ball drop test today new year's eve in the raising the ball is a symbol of hope for people the last thing they want is for that symbol of hope to not function properly a winter storm warning by the National Weather Service has been issued for portions of Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan heavy snow and gusty winds will create difficult travel conditions I'm John trout shielded auto body traffic desk delays in the Tracy area there's a crash on west bound to will fight east of macarthur involving a big rig it looks like it might be at least partially blocking the right lane there and so traffic is backed up for a couple of miles once passed out west bound to all five slows down just past mountain house that'll continue below the speed limit on the westbound five eighty past grant line road in the south a southbound one a one right around Lawrence expressway that an injury crash reported in the right hand lane so traffic it's just starting to bog down there again that we have had reports of fog on the Altamont pass also in the North Bay with reduced visibility so use caution and we're seeing just a minor delay no metering lights at the bay bridge thank.
"glock" Discussed on Not Your Average Gun Girls
"You know, I want to have that glow speaking of stock sites every single time I post a photo of me carrying my Glock 43. I kid you not every single person, DMs me, and it's like, you need to change those sites. Let me send you. Let me send you sites. And like this one person was like, give me your address. I'm going to send you some amera ghost lights sites, and then 5 minutes later, this isn't a scam, I just really care about the sites that people have. And I'm like, isn't that what people say when it is a scale? And you want my address, dude? Yeah. Yeah. I actually have a marigold slides sites. I just want to put them on yet. There's too much stuff to do. But anyway, but there's different guns and things for different reasons. For different occasions. So I wanted to talk about that because like I said, people are very spoiled nowadays. Now you have a lot of subcompact options. We're even now getting into micro compact. I know. And so we had this progression where it was Glock 43. I want to say it was about three or four years ago. Then sig decided, they didn't want to be late to the game. But they needed to release a smaller 9 millimeter that had a higher capacity because now with everyday carry, people are concerned, they were concerned with going with smaller guns because they got lower capacity or they had to sacrifice what caliber they share with, right? And people didn't want to sacrifice that. They liked the higher capacity of the guac 19, but they wanted something smaller. That was easier to carry. We also realized women were a very fast growing demographic in the concealed carry. And so they had to start making modifications. Well, sig was kind of the next one to jump on board with the 360 five. Right. Sig was like, we're going to go next level. We're going to go and they didn't just like one up Glock..
"glock" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"glock" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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