35 Burst results for "Jason"
'Magic Mike' Is Being Turned Into TV's Thirstiest Reality Show
"Is developing a reality competition. It's inspired by the movie Magic Mike, and it's called the Real Magic Mike and, um, it Zagat a feature 10 men who have lost their magic. So it's going to be half of the show is going to be them getting back in shape only at the end of the Syriza's. They're going to be in the magic. My lot Magic Mike Live stage show in Las Vegas, so there's a real motivation for them to get in shape and be able to perform and do this. Um, So I think that's a great idea and concept because people like makeovers, whether it's humans or homes, and you know, I'll watch this. Yeah, and it's HBO. Max. So there might be But
Survivor of mass shooting tied to former NFL player dies
"Because of a manufacturing issue. Lone survivor of a mass shooting last week in South Carolina's died of his injuries. That brings the death toll from Wednesday's shooting to six people. Prominent local doctor and three members of his family were killed along with two people working on their property. The shooter, a former NFL
Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1
"Jason Robertson scored his tenth and eleventh goals of the season to carry the stars past the Panthers for one I think the biggest thing for us right now is catching that fourth place that's what I want to do that's what I do in a locked room wants to do and we're just focusing on getting the sign next couple games and trying to make that for seat so that's what's most important that's what I'm looking most start towards fuel less Bronson Roberson beat Sergei Bobrovsky in the first two minutes before Jamie Benn made it three nothing midway through the opening period entitled open stopped twenty shots and blanked the Panthers after Alexander bar coffee dimana para play with one and a half seconds left in the second Florida has lost three in a row tying a season high I'm the ferry
King County Sees Rise in COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Seattle
"County's covert numbers have been on the rise for the past few weeks. But public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says the situation continues to change. Jason's a plateau hospitalization of platitudes at a higher level than we would like to see them. Nonetheless, they factored, he says. The biggest area of concern continues to be in South King County do, Jin says it's important to keep wearing masks and distancing in public and to get the vaccine When you can. He says he expects the risk from covert will have greatly diminished sometime in May.
Australia and Greece Recommend Alternative Vaccines for Young People
"Australia and greece are the latest countries to recommend alternatives to the astra zeneca cova vaccine for young people after researchers found more rare but potentially fatal blood clots linked to the vaccine. European officials have identified roughly two hundred clots among a million people who shaved astra zeneca shots in europe in the uk. Npr's jason bogosian has been following the story and he joins us now for an update. Good morning good morning jason Some of the new research was published. Just yesterday what does it say what. We still don't know exactly what's happening in these patients. The papers in the new england journal of medicine. They look at sixteen cases in norway. Germany and austria. And here's what they found. The symptoms begin about a week to fourteen days. After the immune ization patients started out with these really severe headaches. Muscle aches swelling. Nine of the sixteen died and most of them were young women in their twenties and thirties. Yikes do you know why. At this point it's too early to tell why predominance among women it may be due to the fact that norway was using astrazeneca for healthcare workers who lean towards predominantly women and using pfizer to vaccinate. It's older populations that might have things bit. Initially european regulators said the rates of this calling disorder. Were no higher than what you'd see in the general population. But they've changed that now they're saying yes it does appear that in roughly one in a hundred thousand people vaccinated with astra zeneca. This serious side. Effect could occur. We should note that the astra zeneca vaccine is not authorized yet here in the united states correct but our other countries with this new information. Still gonna use it. Well some are switching. How they're using it. They're offering alternatives to the younger people and trying to use astrazeneca more with older groups up but many countries really don't have a choice. Astra zeneca is the vaccine. Much of the world is banking on
Rapper DMX Dies at 50 After Massive Heart Attack
"Of 50. So many feeling the sting of DMX is lost. Missy Elliott, writing on Twitter that this is heavy for the hip hop family. DMX touch so many there was music. Iced tea writes very very, very few will ever do it like DMX, and that he was too young to go and DMX, his longtime label, def. Jim put out a statement calling him a brilliant artist. Nothing less than a giant and his legend will live on forever. Jason Anthems and ABC News Hollywood. Florida congressman Matt Gates continues to dismiss
Seattle school board members ask city not to clear homeless camps
"At odds with members of the Seattle school Board as we heard from our colleague, Jason Ransom, Katie th Two members trying to stop sweeps of homeless camps set up near to school campuses. They say the sweeps lack compassion. As for the parents, I knew it had gotten bad, but I didn't realize how out of control it was. I just think it's a recipe for the master Parents Tell Carver seven TV. They sent a letter to the board asking them to move forward with clearing the cans. Weather Partly
Shooting at Texas Office Park Leaves 1 Dead, 5 Wounded
"Four others wounded in a shooting at a Cabinet business this afternoon. The shooting suspect who is not in custody is thought to be an employee. Bryan police Lieutenant Jason James tells K B T x, a suspect had left the business by the time officers arrived. Not here at this site, Law enforcement showed up. It was already over with former NFL defensive back Philip Adams shot
Boston Celtics rally in the fourth quarter to beat the New York Knicks
"Hard tonight, but we really guarded tonight. Super physical second night of a back to back, you know, we didn't shoot it perfectly, but just a great response after tough one last night, come back and play another physical Team became the out as one of our better winds of the year. All stars Jalen Bram Jason Tatum, combined for 57 points. Seas will finish a seven game home stand with the Timberwolves tomorrow. Red Sox swept by the Orioles to open the season but flip that on its head by sweeping the Rays at Fenway to improved to three and three yesterday nine to triumph, seven innings of one run ball for Nathan of All, D he said, Want Rodriguez will start in Baltimore this
Blood Clots Reportedly 'Very Rare' Side Effect of AstraZeneca Vaccine
"Does believe that there is a possible link between the astra zeneca co covid vaccine and very rare but potentially fatal blood clots. Npr's jason boubyan reports that the european drug regulators says that boycotts must now be listed as a possible side effect. The safety committee of the european medicines agency analyzed eighty six cases of blood clots. That occurred in people up to two weeks after getting the astrazeneca shot and we have concluded that there is indeed a possibility of a very rare event that might occur. That's dr sabine. Strauss the head of the safety committee. She says the unusual immune reaction appear similar to a rare clotting reaction to a blood thinner called heparin. there have been at least eighteen. Potentially vaccine related deaths among the twenty five million people immunized with astra zeneca in europe stresses that with thousands of people dying every day from covid the benefits of the asiatic vaccine far outweigh the potential risk from this rare. Immune reaction jason on. Npr news this
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar on a wild first year on the job
"Very excited Who is the ceo of mortar media online at jason. Hello peter how are you. I'm good. I don't normally have to do disclosures at the beginning of this podcast but here i have to say that Vox media is working on cnn. Original documentary and i'm involved in that in some capacity so we should clear that up right at the beginning But you know. I was working on a cnn documentary. I did not know that. All i ask is please make it a good one I will do what. I can Jason the last time we talked was december. When you announced that you were blowing up the movie business You didn't say that but a lot of dead You were gonna make all of your theatrical movies streaming day and date throughout this year. People freaked out about it You said it was going to workout. We're now a few months into the experiment. How has it gone. What have you learned. Yes so we're very happy with it. Peter i mentioned this publicly before but i'll restate which is where four movies into it and it's obviously year still but based on what we've seen so far And what. I've already shared publicly. We're very encouraged. And we're encouraged for a number of reasons number one. Is that for those people that are comfortable. They're showing up at the box office. And godzilla vs kong over the last twelve days is a great example of that around the world and people are clearly showing up and excited and consuming the movie selection that we have especially these new movies that you're referring to so i mentioned publicly a couple of weeks ago at our investor day that you know we're seeing that there are among the top titles on the service there helping with churn reduction and and certainly a lot of subscriber acquisition As well we mentioned publicly so So it's doing what we Anticipated and and certainly hope for. And i'm excited to share that.
How consumers are using their latest relief checks
"To have you with us. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is out with a new study today, looking at how people are spending or not spending their pandemic relief checks. So far, most are using the money to pay off debt or saving it. Not exactly the economic stimulus. Many are hoping for marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ganz or has more on why people are holding back on spending. The New York Fed says the consumers it surveyed who've already received their third relief checks are hanging on to the money just like they did with the 1st and 2nd relief payments. The Fed report says. Consumers are only planning to spend a quarter of the most recent check, and most of that will go toward essentials. We were savers Jason Calas are is an eighth grade teacher. He, his wife and teenage son lived near Los Angeles. He says. In the before times they go out to eat once or twice a month. But they won't be using any their stimulus money for that. In fact, he doesn't think they'll set foot in a restaurant until next year. We spent the lad better part of 13 months used, avoiding indoors and people are strangers. And then it would just be a big hurdle to get over. Salazar says they might reconsider once they're all vaccinated. Kathy Bostjancic, an economist at Oxford Economics, says a lot of other consumers feel the same way. The confidence to go out and spend on services is is very directly related to the progress we're making on the vaccinations. Question Sick thinks will make enough progress for consumer spending to jump about 3.5% over the next few months. Other economists, like Joseph Minarik of the Conference board aren't quite so optimistic. The people who worked in hotels or in transportation We're getting up to full capacity is going to take some time. Those folks are going to continue toe hold back in terms of their spending, Min Eric says. Even some people who do have jobs are worried They'll get a pink slip and economic growth won't recover without them, since roughly 70% of the U. S economy
EU regulator finds link between AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots
"Today said there's a possible link between AstraZeneca's covert vaccine and rare but sometimes fatal blood clots. The AstraZeneca vaccine has already been administered to tens of millions of people. It's on track to be the most widely used vaccine in the world this year. NPR's Jason Beaubien joins us with more. Hi, Jason. Hi, Ari. What exactly did the European Medicines agency say today? So there had been. Some concerns raised that some people appear to be getting hit with a very rare blood clotting condition. In the days following vaccination and initially, the European drug regulators, they said, this rate of a few dozen blood clots was nothing out of the ordinary when you're vaccinating 25 million people. But today, the E M. A safety committee came out and said yes, there does appear to be a link. Dr. Sabin Strauss was the head of that committee, She says they looked at all the available data on 86 events. These clotting cases that occurred in the days after vaccination by AstraZeneca on we have concluded that there is indeed a possibility. Of a very rare event that might occur. They're still saying they don't completely understand what's happening. But this appears to be an immune reaction that they've seen also with a drug called heparin, which is a blood thinner. But the key point here is that they've switched their position now to saying that they think it is plausible that the AstraZeneca vaccine is what's causing these clots. So these clouds are
Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending
"Your jazz records bathtub. Gin because jamie dimon says it is boom time for the us. Economy the jason morgan. Co going all in on american his annual letter to shareholders. If you didn't have time to read all sixty six pages which include the full-page of footnotes you've got your back. Here's a fast money. Cliffnote version of the letter. Diamond says market valuations are high but justified you to access savings deficit. Spending strong economic growth. Banks are playing an increasingly smaller role in the financial systems. Due to the rise of fintech investors shouldn't have been companies that produce and consume fossil fuels and china's on the rise in america should get ready for it but the bottom line. It is boom time of the usa
5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati
"Announcing today that five people, including a 14, year old boy have been indicted in connection to a serious of killings across the Cincinnati area that are linked. Four people have been killed, three others wounded over a 19 day period. 21 year old Carl Godfrey 18 28 year old Jason Gray 30 year old Mario Gordon, 49, year old Thanh and ABN it and the 14 year old all being charged with aggravated murder, murder, Felonious assault in additional charges. Not recorded in an ABN it are being held at the county Justice Center. The teen is that the juvenile detention center grave, was arrested in Mississippi and will be extradited back to Hamilton County. The string of killings happening between January 21st in February 18th in Hamilton County most happening in Cincinnati. For 2000 to cover 19
Sylvester Stallone Will Not Return for 'Creed III'
"Treat for you and Sylvester Stallone is not going to appear in the upcoming movie Creed three. This, according to the Hollywood reporter, and his rep confirmed to the Hollywood reporter that he's not going to be in the movie. No details about why Sly is not going to be in Creede three, but you know Moving on. He was in the previous two
Missouri man gets prison for trying to buy chemical weapon
"Was on Floyd's shoulder. Blade. Ah, Missouri man who tried to buy a chemical weapon is sentenced 46 year old Jason Sizer. He's sentenced to 12 years in federal prison without parole after a guilty plea to attempting to purchase a chemical weapon with Bitcoin on the dark Web in 2018, a weapon that prosecutors say could have killed up to 300 people. He never received the actual chemicals and used a juveniles. Columbia Missouri address for shipping Without authorization. The FBI says writings, incisors home articulated his heart ache, anger and resentment over a break up and a desire for
The Promise That Led Brandon Staley Into Coaching
"Daniel during his introductory press conference spec in january. We really got a sense. For what a true football nut brandon staley is. This is all i've ever wanted to do since i was a little kid. I started drinking coffee in the first grade and reading the sports vase. Because i wanted to be here doing this job. i do. You think he was being serious about that coffee in the first grade thing. Oh absolutely jason actually specifically mentioned that in my interview saying that he was doing that in the first grade coffee reading the sports section with his dad but he said it actually wasn't because he was a sports not it's because he wanted to be his father and admired him so deeply that he wanted to sit in the chair and drink coffee and read the sports page. Exactly like his dad did which i think. A lot of sons can relate to trying to mimic your father. But i thought that was sort of an interesting twist on it because when you first heard brandon say it it was oh he was obsessed with sports because i was reading the sports section in the first grade but it really was because he admired his father. Well daniel you. Recently wrote about brandon staley's path to becoming the chargers coach and stem from the loss of his mother and from his relationship with his twin brother. Jason i can just tell us a little about the relationship between brandon and jason. Yeah best friends is how i would describe it. And pretty much inseparable from birth to really good athletes in high school. And i think the way jason described it was from the outside looking in people. Thought there might be some animosity. Just because brandon was always the better athlete brandon. Was the point guard on the basketball team. Brandon was the star quarterback and jason sorta played second fiddle. But the way jason described. It was never liked that our relationship people really it was kind of it was like competitive between twins and yeah certainly working at it but always telling me and him against everybody
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Gb trying to think of all the jb's. We've had on here. Jeremy balin. Jason blewett me. John both did we ever have john. I don't think we ever did. Have john busey. do you guys remember. John botha. He was like an announcement the meadowlands for a lot of years and I got to meet him at indy. He was at indiana downs. Before it was indiana grand and I got sit with him. And i didn't know anything about him. I mean it's kind of funny in a pre simulcast world and i know simulcasting existed in two thousand and You know in six or whenever it was that i met him but back then i guess for me. I was so keenly aware of everything that happened. You know at long acres and then eventually emerald downs and started watching from some tracks cross country. I have a vivid memory of in the fall at emerald. The tracks that were running on simulcast were emerald hoosier and turf way and i remember being the. I'd never even heard of turf way park until you know. I think that was oh three zero four when i watch those remember they had like the brightest green simulcast signal and i was like. Wow this is great. These a huge fields over here speaking of park. Tomorrow we will There's pick five carryover Going into the the wednesday sequence. We'll talk a little bit about that racist tough there. I mean big fields. Everybody's still figuring out the surface a little bit. I think. But i mean you. You can't complain about the opportunities to to get some prices there and you know when you talk about a pick five sequence with huge huge fields. You know. I think a lot of people think that you know okay. Well this is. You know big advantage to the big bankroll players and you can argue that. There's always an advantage in terms of hitting it but you know hitting it for you know a score or hitting it for a good profit based on your investment is not necessarily a huge advantage to them again. They're gonna hit it more often because they just have. I mean that's just a number of combinations but you know if they're spending five hundred to win twelve hundred you know. I would argue that in the long run. You're at a big bigger advantage to do making those kind of plays. Because you know really. That's just a sixty five shot that they hit and so you know the sequences with five fi five races where there's ten or more horses in every race. You have to make some stands. We talked the other day about you know how often when people look at these sequences they see small field and that equals narrow down and big field equal spread. And you know if you're just in every weekend kind of player with maybe a couple of hundred bucks a week to bring to the track. I think for a lot of folks the idea of spending you know. Seventy two or one hundred and forty four or two hundred fifty dollars on a single sequence. It doesn't seem reasonable. But you talk about going three or four deep on a couple of races and you know the next thing you know your ticket price is going to jump up to that so if you're playing a smaller ticket you know you're going to have to make some stands but if you can turn the sequence into a pick three whereas if you can find two singles to get home and they don't need to be shocked by the way i mean. Sometimes you just gotta make a stand. But god if you can get that in a in a sequence like this if you can get through a couple of singles i mean man you know pick threes a little easier hit than pick five in terms of you know being able to spread after that so you know and then if you miss guess what there's going to be good opportunities that are gonna come around soon. The next day could even argue so Look for like i said. We'll talk more about that sequence tomorrow. Look forward to conversing with the trainer. Modina barrett on tomorrow's show Look forward to the low. Sally coming up for a horse player thursday and the jury of course on friday. You can always send your questions and comments to jason charles beam gmail.com reminder. Beam is to ease be. Em i always. I've i've spent my whole life correcting that. Whenever you i tell my name. It's to ease. No that's the that's the way. I make the correction be. Am now to ease no happened. The oil change place just two days ago. It is my it is my struggle. Which if that's my struggle and doing all right But we will see you guys back tomorrow. Hope everybody has a wonderful tuesday and everybody be safe..
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Thursday segment the jury. Boys will be back on friday and we'll start looking ahead to some of the action coming up this weekend and get ready for thanksgiving week next week. Like i said i. I'm going to do a full five days of shows. Next week i might take a holiday After that maybe the week after. Take my thanksgiving holiday. But i think i think for now we'll just rock and roll through. Its we're back quarantine quarantine but the state is mostly. Shut down here. And i'm kind of on a personal quarantine. Just because i had been traveling for work and so a lot of hang around. The house have been doing a lot of workout videos on youtube. Because it's raining outside. So i can't really go on my walks. I did not utilize the spring quarantine to to my health advantage. And i think that this would be a great time to you. Know maybe try to drop twenty or thirty or you know one hundred. And i won't do it and you know the one hundred four months but be a good time to to drop a little weight. So maybe i'll ask you to hold me accountable on that. Make sure i'm not driving now. We have this. There's a bakery down the street. And like i said i my for now for these first couple of weeks home. I'm allowing myself just to the grocery store and home and and that's it but man there's a bakery right down the street the black diamond bakery only god. They make the best ever. I almost want to tell the guy. Hey man you see this big fat face in there you tell get outta here. You're not welp. They love me anyways. We'll see you guys back tomorrow. Everybody have a great rest of your wednesday. Thanks to jason puerto ondo. And we'll see you tomorrow..
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Head on and you got the two in the five coming together. You've got the six all over the place. You got the one arguably coming in on the seven a little bit or at least making it tight. So they post the inquiry sign and it's going on for like ten or twelve minutes. Not only are the top three horses all still there circling right into normally when there's an inquiry on the first place finisher. runner-up sticks around and case they want to get their picture taken. This one not only were the top three sticking around but even the fourth place source woo pigs zooey was not unsaddled and was sitting there parading around getting ready and I tweeted about it I was like how crazy it's at the stretch run was. So bonkers the connections like you'd never know, let's let's stick around here and see what happens and and sure enough they end up. The six to me was a no brainer disqualification. The horse was all over the track and it got really dangerous for few horses. Now, the two who was third ends up getting disqualified and I actually thought the two was probably the best horse in the race and took some of the interference from the six but also may was made tight by some of the other runners but the too early on in the stretch came out into the five who I thought was going nowhere and they D- queued the two I was shocked I legitimately was shocked surprise. How it all went down but. I mean, it was it was a mess and again I don't know what fixes all of the inquiry objection issues it's category one or category nine or whatever. But man whatever happened race, it was It was a yard sale just things horses all over the place. Let's take a short time out. We come back. We'll talk some Belmont Park is are we can recap edition of the program continues audits the Jason Borsch racing podcast brought to you by twin spires. The Jason Beam worst racing podcast brought to you by twin spires is your home for daily thoroughbred horse racing conversation join host Jason.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Two double all of our ticket costs for return. That's going to be less than if Swiss skydiver would've won on a in pretty much every situation if Camin winds, we're getting less than if suicide IRA wins now the contrarians out there are going to go. Yeah. But you still would have hit. And I'm going to say, yeah, we'll that particular day we would have but. If I think I mean wins that race every fourth time and I'm only getting sixty five or seventy five or whatever she was her. Like that one time out of four that she wins a I'm not getting paid to justify doubling my ticket cost and be she's GonNa lose that race three to four times I think and I'm saving half the money. I would have invested that all that and all that other have the double the money all that would have been going towards a horse that wasn't going to yield a big payoff. It's just it's just a losing mentality to be scared of those lower practice and by the way if you love giving. So be it and you chose to single. Okay. Great. But for me who did not like the Horse that much on the win end. There's literally no positives long-term for me to include horses like that. Strictly because I'm thinking well, Baffert Wins Twenty eight thirty percent and Baffert won the you know the oaks billion times in the derby a billion times and he's just that good. Horses like that because. When they're sixty five now the next day. Should I you know? Obviously, this is a results driven point but you know if I'm getting Baffert at eight to one or nine to one. I'm more inclined to include a horse because I'm scared of the trainer when they're eight, ten, twelve, fifteen one then when they're eight to five, seventy, five, really I mean. I'm. Ready to glue any horse that I like who's eight to one, hundred, twelve hundred. But after we're talking about horses who don't necessarily love. But if you're kind of scared of the trainer beating you which you really shouldn't ever be. But I'm saying if you know if you are let them be the ones that are going to actually get you paid not the ones that are going to double your triple your ticket costs or what have you for you know for not a whole lot extra. All right. Well, classes dismissed. You know you can go back to your seats now but that we still got more to talk about here. It's a Wednesday edition to the programs. Jason horseracing podcast brought to.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"That. Good afternoon and welcome to Kentucky Derby Day. Doc. Is that Gabe pruitt wait a minute in the alternate universe is Gabe calling the Derby. Well yes and no the truth is we just couldn't afford Larry Travis for the skin. Oh. Well, Hey, good forgave man he deserves it. Hey, doc that looks like Brian Hernandez junior over there and the panic I know Brian he comes on my show all the time. Gosh. Doc If he only knew look at him, he's smiling. He's happy. He only knew the roller coaster ride. He was going to be on with art collector Jason to realize that in this parallel universe Brian doesn't even know about art collector other than he was that Horsey got disqualified on back in November. It's packed art collectors just about to make his three year old debut. Bryan Bryan Hey man how's it going? Hey. Keep them out on that art collector horse. He's going to be something just a hunch. Jason Maybe. We'll have better luck finding you on the backstretch. There's still going on there before the big race. Will how do we get back there dock we just gotta walk around we get. Uber. Jason Scientist. Man. Dr Technology you got now's incredible. The beautiful backstretch docked. Just. Smell it. Is that the beanie awards? Hey Marty how are you? Powell what's the scoop? I gotTA. Go find bathroom to talk with him about his five derby horses. But Nepal and Charlatan I mean they all got injured. They're not even in this race. They what? I hadn't heard that I got to go find baffert see if that's the case. The wait I forgot there in another universe. DOC maybe we should see if we can. We can go talk to Baffert. He's right over there. Man, doctors fifty reporters.
"jason" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Did you see the picture. That's crazy. Pretty gnarly right like nobody. Nobody thanks have also if you take a look at it. His smile even today is off. It's not aligned with his teeth. Don't ask me how I notice. Somebody was pointing. Get out the other day and they draw a line down his face and show. His teeth are off center so those Gay Dodge ballers but but but no. I'm telling you he is teeth. Were just just gnarly when he was in his first COUPLA movies Cristiano Renaldo to. Oh Yeah Yeah not as bad as Tom Cruise but his are pretty the whole man. It's it it makes all the difference having a clean smile it makes all the difference. Okay well let's talk about this before we close this show out to. Let's talk about this Mexican and Bush the thirteen year old boy who apparently walked twenty three clicks. That's kilometers for all you who don't ob La To help help to get help after a gun battle it turns out that there are. There's a Mormon family who has lived in Mexico for a long time and and they are in a in an area of Mexico that's in a turf war with to Mexican drug lord gangs. And they're we're not. They're not sure whether these guys were whether the ambush them intentionally or if it they got the wrong person or group of people people because these this Mormon family is huge there was how many of them were there. Eight children survived. Monday's attacks there were eight kids in this motorcade order cade more than one vehicle obviously and they The parents were killed and some of the kids got away. Many of them survived survived being shot and about eleven hours about eleven hours before they found them after the attack and I it was interesting. The way that the media frame this story of two which is really shocking to me because the the headline what are the headlines. Read that I've got both. Oh you haven't go ahead and read the headlines. The way again this is. This is the way the media frames story in before. I you read those WanNa in this month's issue of influence or monthly I talk about pre framing reframing and positive and negative frames the idea being that positive and negative framing naming. It can help you. In in helping move people to Action and then pre framing and re framing helped set the parameters with which people view the world it is a way of closing off certain lines of thinking or certain options by simply offering and presenting information in a specific way. So here is. Here's an unbiased. Basically unaltered view of what happened. Family was living in Mexico. Mormon family coming back was ambushed by a group of cartel members who killed all the parents some of the kids and left many of the others wounded. And we're not sure why that's that's really what we know right now and then these kids the big the big story stories kind of like they had to walk for a six hours in order to find help but many of the news articles and news agencies didn't WANNA present it that way. Here's how they wanted to present it so the New York Times. Their headline was the brutal killing of nine members of an American family in northern Mexico on Monday highlights the long history history of religious fundamentalists settlers in the region the L. A. Times. US victims in Mexico massacre were tied to family with a long history of violence How's that for some victims? Did you ever find out what violence they're talking about. Yeah on as you scroll down through the story here at says early Wednesday criminal investigators in northern Mexico. Okay scroll down a little further. Some of the victims shared the last name Lebaron so some of the victims not all of them. Some of the victims shared the last name Lebaron. They were related. They were related to a prominent fundamentalist Mormon family by the same name said Daniel Lebron a cousin of one of the victims Daniel lives in Colonia. Jio Lebaron in Chihuahua State A community established by fundamentalist Mormons in nineteen forty four that had close ties to these other. Lebarons they are among a handful of major groups. The fundamentalists have Patrick Mason. Historian of Mormonism Utah State but he added the Lebaron name in recent decades has most often been linked violence. Unfortunately this incident only adds to that association. Gatien family is perhaps best known for a series of killings perpetrated in the seventies and eighties and both Mexico and the United States by herbal Lebaron. Once called the Mormon Manson and a group of his his followers in nineteen seventy-two to followers of herbal lebaron allegedly shot. His brother jolted death after the brothers had argued over leadership of their religious faction. Urva was convicted of the crime but the conviction was later overturned. He later was tried and convicted. In the nineteen seventy seven murder of rival polygamist leader. Dr Ruslan allred His Story Nineteen ninety-three turn into a TV drama profit of evil. The Herbal Lebron story so one guy in the family back in the seventies and eighties allegedly allegedly murdered a couple of people and now the entire the entire family is suspect it looks like there was also in nineteen ninety-three a federal jury in Texas convicted victims three members of an offshoot of the community of lebarons and the deaths of three former members in an eight year old child one expert estimated that the members of the group had killed as many as thirty people over the a years. But we're now we're talking a seventy eighty years. They've killed thirty people. So yeah maybe I mean it seems like there's violence associated with that but we're also talking being a kind of wild west in Mexico right. They're kind of like living. The kind of living anarchist life lives right or you they they there is no justice but the justice they serve. And that's what I'm getting at here is I don't know maybe they're all terrible people. Maybe maybe but they've been very outspoken about the war with the cartels and the violence. That's been happening there. And they have received threats from the cartels prior to this. And it's telling that this is the first narrative of the story that comes right. It isn't like three weeks later. Someone writes a think piece on how. Hey remember those guys. Hey this actually their history. Maybe there's a connection there interesting this. This is the way the story is put forth immediately. And so it's it's and it's got to be intentional. There's no way that that's accidental. You don't accidentally come up with this. You're like Oh hey. So here's the story. Okay find out what you can find about that story. Let's put it in. Like the most provocative framing possible. It's religious fundamentalism. There we go Get get the religious fundamentalism. What we're siding with the cartels who cares Carlos Slim owns our newspaper? That's a really important point is that they went immediately to religious fundamentalism and attacking jacking religion. And I said I I don't know any of these. There's not enough. They haven't done enough reporting on this actual real reporting for anybody on the outside to know who Who these folks really are and what this was about? I can tell you that none of it would be an issue if you didn't have the drug war and president trump trump now out saying that he will assist the Mexican government in fighting the drug war. They're just going to double down on it again. I I hate to break it to all of you. WHO's still still are living in darkness but we have lost the drug war? It's lost the drugs won the drugs one and so the continuing to fight is is really really a A. It's ridiculous the only reason to continue it is because it's a money maker for the government which it is it's a way for them to transfer power and control for them. I'm to maintain large Military presence in police presence and to continue to make massive massive amounts of money by capturing money coming back from from the states after drugs have been transferred. Fact is is that the drugs are going to be here. No matter what is long as people want them they will be there. There will be a market for them so there is absolutely no point in making illegal what somebody wants and someone is willing willing to pay for. Because they're going to get it and somebody at some price it's going to be worth it for someone to break the law to provide that service or to provide that product I watch. I read a tweet thread someone digits. Recently they said that the the size of the drug trade with the cartels 'cause if it was a country unto its own it would be like the twenty fifth largest economy in the world. That's how massive. Is You really really think that that just operates operates entirely off the books. This is entirely just a this is just a bunch of evil criminals up against the the poor overwhelmed lawmen. There's no way that an institution a to show with that much power and money and sway isn't being there isn't some sort of hand holding sort of operation nations go. We know wrapped up. We know a hundred percent that their alphabet agencies who have in the past and who are probably currently running you know cocaine McCain farms down in Colombia. We know that that happens. And so we our our our government is is complicit in this violence silence in these murders in keeping this going because it's profitable for them to do. This should not moral upstanding people. These are in many cases the worst criminals also And no better than the drug dealers and drug lords themselves. It's it is I mean it really. Is it really is ignorant to believe that there is not a financial interest in keeping this going For our government. And for what I I probably people would call the deep state that that continuously running organism that his the government because you know politicians changed hands. They they move in and out. They're they're there for a brief period of time. The machine itself is there forever and it just continues to grow and continues to build and and the more we recognize that the solution isn't going to be in government and that you can no longer trust corporate media to give you you accurate information you're now being forced to go out and try and try and weed through the massive amount of alternative media much of which is fake news. I'm I'm not gonna I mean there's there's no doubt there's a lot of people peddling fake news in alternative media but what's also happening is you're getting governments and you're getting a corporate media to start doing it as well so that they can say. Hey look look look no this is this is fake news is this is dangerous. We need to get rid of this. No point yourself back towards our corporate media interest. Point yourself back to your politician because they're the only ones you can trust when in fact they're the last people on earth that you should trust. And that's the motivation for regulating. Big Tech. That's the that's the ultimate motivations. If we we regulate big tech regulating big tech is about making it difficult for there to be competition for big tech because then it's easier to control the narratives because the narratives are being undermined by the the fact that people on twitter and facebook and whatever else can any average Joe can do whatever he needs.
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"This interview with Virginia. Roberts would we would not put it on the air I was told. WHO's Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows that is. This is a stupid story than the palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways. we were so afraid we wouldn't be able to interview Kate will that we think that also quashed the story and then and then Alan Dershowitz was also implicated in because of the planes. She told me everything she had pictures. Everything she was in hiding for twelve years. We convinced her to come out. We convinced optimus was unbelievable what we had Clinton everything and I tried for three years to get it on to no avail. And now it's all coming out and it's like these new revelations and I freaking had all of it I I was so pissed right now like every day I get more and more pissed because I'm just like like we what we had was unreal other women backing tap. Hey Yep right Edwards. The attorney three years ago saying like on there will come a day where we will realize. Jeffrey Epstein was less those prolific pedophile. This country has ever known. I had it all three years ago. That's I mean that's pretty crazy to have a story like that to have Clinton if she she said Clinton she met Bill Clinton that she had ties to Clinton and that nobody nobody in the news media even cared about the story. It shows you just how far they've come from Real Journal. I've always I've said for a long time. Real journalism is dead in America. There's very little investigative journalism going on. Now this came from Project Veritas and I know that there are a lot of right wingers a lot of libertarians. Who probably like like project Veritas? Their stuff is a lot of times. It's pretty shady this they they cut it up so that you can't really tell they don't just release the entire the thing they always cut it up and splice it together. The way they think it's it's GonNa play the best and you don't actually get a full and complete picture of what was setting context. Just a Lotta Times which I don't like I don't mind them doing a show and putting it together but if you're GonNa do that then also release all of the footage uncut taught and unedited so somebody who wants to really go in and hear the whole thing can hear it without any of the any of the cuts breaks in it. That is that that would be a a real journalistic like real journalism. I just I again even the last one they did about them going to CNN and how everybody was so upset when after Donald Trump got elected. It's like look a people are allowed to have their own political opinions at CNN. As long as they don't allow all that to invade the coverage and the way that they report the news and the way they investigate the news It's become clear that unless it fits a very narrow narrative from whatever I m whatever news outlet is pushing it that that they don't they're not really interested in a lot of it is coming from Washington and Washington is deciding what stories are going to be pushed. You heard her say right there. That when they found out the information about the prince the British the government was calling them in threatening them. They had evidence that a a massive pedophile ring at the very highest echelons of society. Eighty that implicated a former president and nobody at the news network was even interested in it. It it begs the question. Now I titled this show. Maybe Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself and I they're starting to do some investigations and they're starting to ask some questions and subpoena some people all who were who are actually working. At the time I I saw again. There was an article. There was a guy on TV. who was talking about? How the the wounds that were suffered and the broken throats over the broken bones in his throat were highly irregular For suicide and we're much more much more prevalent in strangling All of that important but again yours gotta look at the flip side of it and say okay. Who is this guy? Well this guy is a he. He is a career as for the last several years. A career witness he basically goes on and says whatever somebody pays hayes him to say and he's also got a book out so he's peddling a book and so what is he going to say when he comes on in order to get the most traction in order to get the the the most eyeballs so that he can pitch his book was GonNa be the controversial thing. It's going to be the thing that people want him to say And so I. I don't know what I think should happen here is. I think that there's enough evidence that there was an attempt to attempt to silence the story and an attempt to throw him under the bus even after he was dead. Not to look into it that I think there needs to be some kind of investigation into what actually happened. I don't think we're ever GonNa find the answer to the story and I think people are just GonNa believe whatever they want to believe I the best part for me have been in the Dank names that have been coming out. I hope they never stopped. I just wanted. I wanted to keep coming because they're so good so good I but there's there's there's nobody knows and nobody's GonNa know but this is as far as I'm concerned just more evidence that the media is the the news outlets are not really interested in journalism. They're not really interested in stories and uncovering fraud and abuse. They're not interested in checking power. Because that's what our media is supposed to be doing. It is supposed to be the check to power we have a freedom of Freedom of the press which means they get to say okay and do whatever they want and the government can't infringe upon that now the government trying. They're trying to come the OBAMAS did it. They came in and tried to get Fox News and looked into their emails and demanded to know sources for different different stories. They were trying to apply pressure the Clintons before that I'm sorry the The bushes before that and the Clintons before them and trump now every administration tries to do that every Congress tries to manipulate delayed the media and force their hand. But it is the media's job to maintain its independence it is their job to maintain journalistic integrity and that is far as I'm I'm concerned is gone. It doesn't exist anymore you can't have these conversations. They won't even bring it up. They won't even let the story story be told they won't even let the research be done. And if by some fluke by some amazing moves you get an actual actual journalist who puts the whole story together. Lays the evidence out in front of their news outlet and in front of their What do you call the guy who runs the press the in front of your guy? What Am I? Think the producer editor there you go editor and chief lays it out before before him. And what do they say. Now we we only know. Jeffrey Epstein is well maybe you should. It's part of the point. That's that's the whole point is it is because the reason you don't know who he is is because your coverage all day every day is on nothing but politics and what's going on the political arena or some other scandal that's happening to some political opponent of your political ideology. I mean they had all this morning. The huge news of the day was that Kentucky went blue. I'm okay what is that in the end it was. What does this mean for trump and for the election in twenty twenty? I'll tell you what it means. Absolutely nothing it doesn't mean anything it means you had. Ah You'd be a very unpopular governor who was finally ousted and because Kentuckians didn't like trump. It didn't help. The trump trump's team was was basically running his reelection campaign. It's it is something that we have gotten so wrapped up into this team. Sport mentality that it is virtually impossible for us now to make any sort of objective objective view of the world around us. It always has has to be. It's This A. Plus B. Equals C.. You know is the I'm GONNA marry. It's what's visualize causal. This is what I always talk about so this is the this is the process that the brain takes in order to get at a decision I hate trump. The Kentucky governor owner is a trump supporter and his his reelection campaign is being run by trump's team therefore anybody Who runs against this guy is good for Kentucky and when he was elected that means it's a good thing it's a bad thing for trump? So these are these are the connections that our mind makes but none of those are real right. You know just because there's an opponent running against somebody that you dislike doesn't doesn't mean that that opponent is actually a better choice just because it's is the opposite of the other guy doesn't mean that he's the right choice and just because he gets elected doesn't can actually mean that it's bad for trump and his presidential campaign. There are a lot of blue states that vote Republican in presidential essential elections. So I don't know how you guys feel about this but but frankly I'm sitting around last night listening listening to a lot of people talk about. This governor's race and the assumption is that he must be good because he's a Democrat and he beat out. A trump supported governor when in fact nobody sitting around the table had any idea who the guy was what what is I even asked. I said. So what like what was what's his platform. I said the What does He? Oh I don't know okay. Well what about the other governor like. I'm trying to figure it out. Like what if the governor was. He like really not well liked was he did he. Did he do something that everybody was really pissed off out. We don't know they literally just read the headline assumed it was a good thing and ran with. That's the way ninety percent of people in this world view politics. Hey so the fact that you are here and you're dissecting every piece piece of the puzzle and coming out here with a really clear view of what's happening in both general elections in primary elections and in local golden state elections as well doesn't mean that's where most people are they. I've always said we've got the smartest audience because we spend more time talking talking about this stuff and breaking it down than anybody else and now that we started to focus our attention more on how you are being manipulated rather than which which political party is doing something wrong and why. I'm hoping that as we move into twenty twenty you're going to be armed with a lot more information and a lot clearer view of the world. Then you were in two thousand sixteen now again that requires a little bit of open-mindedness on your part and in order to who say maybe what I believe isn't actually what is and giving yourself a little bit of giving some objective viewpoints. But I don't know I I feel like at this stage. The epsteins thing is just to me more evidence that people see what they wanna see see they believe what they want to believe and the media is not in the business of actually checking power anymore if they ever were and I say they never were Yup ever where there was never a time when journalists came out and they actually were trying to get the story right they were trying to make sure that that government government was kept in check regardless of of political power..
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"A refer you to Ron Swanson if you have questions. But anyway, we'll leave it at that. For today. I've got this perfect storm brewing, which we can talk about it another time. And I do wanna talk about the the birthright citizenship things we'll try and hit that up tomorrow. But thanks for being here. Everybody, I appreciate it. Again, follow me joined the private Facebook group at it's just go to it's the Jason Stapleton program. Private Facebook group, I think can get there by going to Jason Stapleton, program dot com slash Facebook. Erica follow me on Twitter at Jason underscore Stapleton. And then also on Instagram Jason Stapleton zero three two one is my Instagram handle and again feedback please on my on. My speaking guy thing that I'm trying to work out. I'm I'm really I'm a little torn up about it mainly because I know who the guy is. And I just I don't know if I didn't know who he was just some random, dude, I'd probably pull him out and just do it. Which maybe that's the answer. Like, maybe maybe maybe I'm having this moral, though, some sort of irrational moral dilemma, because I know who the guy is because I can tell you right now if I didn't know who he was like I'd straight up to it without even thinking about it. So I don't know. Maybe maybe that's what maybe that's my answer. But you guys tell me your thoughts hit me up Jason at Jason Stapleton dot com until tomorrow guys be safe. Be good talk to you. Then.
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"Something that you just the only wanna think about maybe you wanna drive a Bentley except when the brakes go out and you have to replace him, it's going to be three thousand dollars it. You see what I'm saying? It's maybe you don't want that. Let me you think you want that. But the reality is you don't really want that. Maybe you want the big house on the hill or maybe the mortgage payment is something that is just, you know, is to suffocating for you. Maybe what you really want is to make enough money so you can try and the freedom to travel the world. That's something I've always wanted and something that I, I would love to orchestrate my life to do is I, I want to. I want to see more of the world. I wanna build a business that allows me to work while I travel. I wanna be able to take my children and show them the world. I mean, I can't think of anything more satisfying to me as as a man than to take my children and be able to show them and let them experience new cultures. I've had the benefit of of living in Japan, for example, and understanding and and growing to love that culture. And so I would love to be able to show my kids that I have. I've been all over the Middle East. I've been to some of the worst places on earth. I've never been to Europe. It's not that I couldn't go. I went to Ireland last year, but I would really like to go to Spain into Germany and Italy and I want to. I want to ride in the I wanna ride in Gondal on the canals, and I wanna experience all of those things k. so for me, it's not about the money. The money is a tool. It's about creating a life that allows me to achieve the goals that I want. And and I got comment in the Facebook or this was on that same post where they were talking about whether or not they listen to the show or not. And Kyle ended up posting in there and he said, looking for the, he said, I just read it to you here because this is this is one of the big problems that I see. And I, I think I don't know if it's possible to even overcome it, but I wanna share with you, and then I wanna share my story because a lot of you probably have never heard the whole story and clearly not because Kyle has only pieces of it, but he said, I love this show, but one of the things that rubs me though wrong way is that yes, Jason is extremely successful, but also came out of the military and contract work. So I'm sure he had a decent chunk of savings with with which to get started, not all of us. Are that fortunate. So when I hear people say just do XYZ and higher. Or someone to do x. it grinds my gears, I can barely pay my bills and I work my tail off and so I got to thinking, well, some of that is true. I did capitalize on some advantages that I had, but but certainly that wasn't where I got my start. My start happened long by in the inbetween time. Amy re sorry, he would his. He's he went on to say, I'm glad you're entertained. Apparently somebody said something. He went to the US MC United States Marine corps and then contractor that helps you sock away cash. These are facts. Are you still with me question Mark because he had these advent because he had this advantageous starting position. He has been able to succeed tremendously and good for him. But I, I'm not hating. I'm not hating on him. Basically. He said, I'm just saying that he had far better circumstances than I and he's taken advantage of them. It's not as simple as he makes it out to be. So let me tell you story story that many of you probably haven't heard. But when I graduated high school and I'm just. When I try to figure out how the timing all this because I do have to get some shameless marketing I have to do for an advertiser so that we can afford to do this show every day, but I'll get to that in a minute..
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"And. All right, welcome back. Everybody. This is the Jason Stapleton program. We start today a bad day. It's one of those rare instances where I come behind the Mike von were started early in the morning. I went through my my normal morning routine air road in my book. As you guys know, did my did my gratitude and my future casting did my my light names for the day, and then I got busy working on that kind of stuff had to go get a small check for the car today and went to get the smog check for the car. And of course I had, I just had the wheel changed in some in the car checked out because tags and taxes are going to do on it soon. I'm gonna have to pay another Bill and so I went out there and to the government of all peoples went out there to get the smog test because they're going to require that. I do that because of my vehicle and and I go there and it turns out that poor guy, the nicest guy in the world is smog just supposed to. Fifteen minutes. I pull up brings a car in. He comes back and he goes, did you just have some workday speaks like really broken English? He's like, do you just have some work done on the car? And that's why in for you know, checkup and oil change that kind of stuff. He's a well, you know, he goes you. He said they disconnect the battery and I said, oh, what is it reconnected? He's like, oh, yes is fine. But he said, when they re disconnected the battery, he said it zeroed out all of the information inside the computer. So he said, what I need you to do is I need you to go and drive the car for one hundred to two hundred miles and then bring it back in. So the computer can reset. And I said, are you serious? I do. I live in Los Angeles. Do you have any idea how long it's going to take to drive a car? Two hundred miles in the city. And he's like, I know. I'm so sorry. There wasn't as false. I wasn't like mad at him. I'm like, are you for real? He's, I guess the only way that the computer will reset. It's the only way that you can buy the. State will not allow me to sign off on this car until you've done this and he's like, just just getting the car is like just drive for like an hour one way, and then our back and you should be good, bring it back in and he's like, we'll, we'll take care of you. And I'm just like it's so government yet. Again, can't make it easy on. He's like they just passed this law like three years ago, and I'm like, I'm sure there's old team among these out there. Passing laws that make my life miserable justifies their existence. And he's like, yeah, basically, like it was just the nicest guy. I was the, it's a, it's just this guy was just fantastic. I would recommend to anybody. Of course. I don't remember his name or the name of the place or by would give plug to it, but. You know then prior to that, I was kind of scrolling through and I went on the private Facebook group and I started trolling around and somebody made mention like anybody kinda stopped listening to the show since the cavenaugh thing kicked off and instantly I don't understand who this type of person is. I actually don't even know who posted. I read some of that. Some of the.
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"If there if there's a guy who's able to suck enough votes away from your candidate with no budget and no name recognition then you got a problem with your candidate more importantly you've got a problem with your party because your party is not living up to the hype because people are sick and tired of look at sending these guys to washington being promised that they're going to cut taxes cut spending they're going to reduce the size of government they're going to be you know they're going to protect liberty and we find exactly the opposite we're sick and tired of seeing that happen over and over and over again that's why people are looking at third parties and jim said something very very nice to me and if you guys want to hear the interview the interviews actually on at on the private facebook group jason stapleton dot com slash facebook jason stapleton dot com slash facebook will take you there amy posted at thank you amy for taking the time to post that the interview with him but one of the things that he said to me was he said i've talked to a lot of libertarians and you seem to be on did he say i'm more of a centrist i don't know what it what is term would be i i would probably consider myself more of an objective than anything else but those are just names and i think he was pleasantly surprised at the fact that i had such an open minded view to how the world would work and how libertarianism would be applied in practically and this is one of the i think there's a lesson to be learned there because one of the things that i always try and do that i'm i'm not trying to somebody asked about border security k what do you think about border security.
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"Hello everybody and welcome back this is the jason stapleton program broadcasting once again here from southern sunny california really appreciate you being here had a great day yesterday we had the we had the early show by the way yesterday i talked on the show i said maybe i'll do the show early in the morning every day and then i realized somedays i may not wanna get up early well it lasted exactly one day went off at five am this morning i was like nope no zero of driving driving into the studio the sun was just coming up and i'm like now by do this every day i'd kill myself this is no way to live oh man what you shouldn't have to live your life like that i mean i don't want you to start this early so look if you're not a morning person you shouldn't get up in the morning you should get up in the afternoon that yeah and yeah because i didn't get to bed to like midnight midnight last night it was it was it was it was busy same yeah yeah trying to knock this stuff out by the way those of you who are interested i e many of you know i did okay as a currency trader for many many years and started in education company that top people how to do that i'm getting ready to launch a brand new program that is pretty incredible we've had a group of very small group of people that we've been working with just a handful of them for the past four or five months that i've been kind of fine tuning the program and we've been putting software packages together and and tools and training and systems and stuff that we're giving away inside of the program and that program is going to launch next week i i'm working with with a partner of mine on the pro on the project and and it's going to be launching next week so if you guys are interested in that i know many of you have raised your hand and said hey i'm interested in learning more.
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"And across the united states who are changing their local government and that creates a base for us to build on and nobody is building that base right now they're spending their time trying to change the world at the federal level and really the way we do it is inch by inch by inch at the grassroots level at the ground floor and the problem is just not as sexy as national publicly jason is there anything you want close on you can plug whatever you want your show how can people get a hold of you oh yeah absolutely if you guys wanna listen to my show it's it's a podcast called the jason stapleton program since you're listening to a podcast now i imagine you know how to work that out you can go to jason stapleton dot com and check it out there as well we talked politics and economics five days a week and and i would love for you to stop by just hear a little bit about the show and if you like it stay if you don't then thanks for thanks for giving it a shot jason we love your show we love what you're doing and preaching your message of liberty and thank you so much for your time today really appreciate it thank you guys i appreciate it thanks for thanks for having me on you argh i so that was jason stapleton i i was really looking forward to that interview i'm glad we're able to pull it off we're actually supposed to do it yesterday and we had to reschedule and thankfully that was the case because we rent some technical issues that we were able to work out minutes before we got him on the on skype so yeah that was that was great i mean it was cool to talk to him in person especially you know talked to him about things pertaining to to what our audiences interested in so so those fun.
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"Two two uh you ever one of those days i'm having one of those days lame explained you kind of how my days welcome back everybody does the jason stable in program it's friday should be an also be and it will be because by the end of today i will at least have taken care of what i need to take care of an i'll have a whole weekend to somewhat decompress but i have had like the i showed up let me explain let me start from the beginning that's the easiest way to do it is would be a friday shows will do some a little bit different we gals stuff on north korea here to talk about how we get the jump barely donald trump accepting an invitation to meet with the north korean dictator which is good good on him like i said crowd communication is good we have a little information on the steel and aluminum tariffs that have now been imposed and we'll find out what's going to happen with these other nations that were apparently be above harming when we do this and we're arming ourselves too but you guys get the picture hated trump apparently journalists at cnn and msnbc are giving glowing praise to president four meeting with the north korean dictator and then we have some other information and hear some of the stuff we'll talk about high school students are getting obese in the military is having trouble finding people to recruit all talk a little bit about that serbia it'll be an interesting day will be a bad day to we're going to have a few things in here i democrats are looking at dropping the super delegates altogether have you guys remember back during 2000s the two thousand sixteen election.
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"Welcome back everybody who's the jason stapleton program i am of course away again and i've got another incredible interview for you uh this is a of old friend of mine uh you know him as johnny rocket from the johnny rocket launch pad and i know his johnny atoms my friend and he has a a really cool a comic book series that's coming out is built around liberty and i thought i bring him on and talk with them a little bit about it and uh and see if we can't plug it so he can get a little payoff for all the hard work he's been doing but john welcome to the show a man thank you jason i appreciate yet thanks for being here um i have i have absolutely no where i really wanted to go with this we can talk about the comic in a minute but i just thought i'd catch up with you it's over those we anybody dozen know johnny and i are friends we we know each other and we communicate frequently so this is gonna hopefully just be a casual conversation between the two guys but uh you on it and you start a blitz yeah by two youths yes um but do you want to a you wanna store up which is the kind of what's been going on what are you going on well you know what i've been doing a radio show for you know or years now and we have taken a hiatus um kurt has been extremely busy so if people have not heard the launch pad in quite some time couple months i apologize i had i really do it's none of by in odds i have no control over that i don't run the studio so up basically i'm crazy my own studio so i could start doing the podcast anytime i want and providing contat a lot more frequently than i have in the past will you guys do them guys do a ton of of i guess say it's it's very um.