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"maj. i" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:51 min | 1 d ago

"maj. i" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Her house room after room clearing every single thing out of that city and had a strict policy and some of them reason like it but it wasn't an option for them whenever they went into any structure. I've made them take every single weapon out and carry it out now. That may seem like an easy task. picking up weapons and taking them out out of houses for insurgents that are hiding their as weapons caches. But now you're talking about individual marine. He's already carrying about forty five to sixty pounds of gear. Water ammunition his own rifle and now he's picking up to three extra rifles that way maybe eight to ten pounds each. He's throwing them on his back. And then to get caught in another firefight. It becomes a significant emotional event. Trust me. it's cumbersome. And that's where i described as this friction you know the indescribable friction. That can only be felt by those that have been subjected to that type of pressure under those circumstances so we did this day in and day out clearing inch by inch of the city leaving nothing. Untouched and around every corner was a squatter marines and if the surgeons wanted to come out and fight that day they wanna be in a bad day for them. We want pushing west working for another task force. And i tell this story in the book because i think it's kind of kind of funny but we checked in and there was an armored task force. Asked me how it was gonna move around the city. How many vehicles. I want to say none. How many bradley's said none. Abc's none he said. Well how are you going to run the city scott. So we're gonna walk. I said we're gonna walk every single street every single house and again. If there's an insurgent wants to pop his head out around the corner he's going to run into one of my squad of marines. It's gonna be a bad day because we crawled through that. See cockroaches when the lights were turned on in my marines were engaging and killing the enemy every single day and the way they did it was not only with the thallady because they're the most deadly weapons on the battlefield in the in house shoot. Housetrained issue the rifles. But they do it under such immense pressure. They do it with honors. Well and i was always impressed with the way they conduct themselves on the battlefield and that was part of their training going into and i made that abundantly clear as before we were thrust into the city of ramadi is. I told them that that's what they're going to have to do. You will have to kill. And i always wanted them to know that it was coming from me so they could do that and never hesitate when it came down to making that one conscious decision. That singular movement of squeezing the trigger on that rifle and take another human which is a horrific and life changing event for an eighteen year old kid. I wanted him to know that i was ordering them to kill. Because that's what marines. Do they follow orders. At the end of this war at the end of the battles. I wanted them to leave that place with a clean heart and to get them to understand that i think was important and it was again. Validated by those fifty combat vets had been in the first ballot my my salty season vets of twenty twenty two years old. You know that's all seasons. They were but Regardless they performed phenomenally each. And every time and i think that's another thing that you do a great job of getting across in this book in fact i think you say it right there in the beginning of the prologue is that if your idea of of combat is hollywood or somehow glamorous let me.

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Success Strategies from Combat Veterans  Deliberate Discomfort  MAJ Jason Van Camp - burst 12

A New Direction

06:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Success Strategies from Combat Veterans Deliberate Discomfort MAJ Jason Van Camp - burst 12

"You're fighting now. You're winning what does that. look like. what does it feel like to you. And that's how you establish your culture to me a catch like nike. Just do it. You know and And really to establish the right culture. You'd have a sit down with each of your employees and find out what they want to do. What are your values employees person number. One what do you want to accomplish. Why are you here at the end of the day. What's your y you know and if i can help you accomplish that you're going to be loyal to me and you're going to be determined you're gonna be resources more. You're gonna you're gonna figure out how to get things done and and you'll buy into me because i bought into you and that's how i believe you really establish that culture does name. Jason band camp Books deliberate discover listen. It's it's really great book. Here's the thing how the book is designed the book designed where he literally takes you when he's a captain he's taking you through first days. Basically and he's interviewing person after person after person who served and learning about his people in different types people and these people have amazing stories that served many lost limbs and And fought depression and other things and how they came back from. The book is is filled with the stories. But here's the other thing. And you're hearing from jason now. It's filled with practical application of what to do and That's that's the beauty that's one of the beauties about this book and Trust me i he he will. The book will kick in tail because you because it does. And i want to get to the dragon rusty chapter six. And we'll talk about that because rusty rusty is one of a kind if people don't know rusty where if you're your football college football fan you do because he is one of the most intense strength coaches in the country and every every person respects him out of there and he is one tough dude and i don't know if he said or you said it but you may of said it When you're in the suck you need to be prepared. Preparation does not start the day out. it starts now. We don't rise to the occasion. We rise to the level of our training. So what did you ever been to military through. Words have been spoken across the way ally. I can agree with you more. Thanks for all the positive feedback from the book as well as on the show you know. Would this success look. Like how'd you qualify you qualify. That is right. you know to me. Success is this defined as is happiness happiness at least for me true happiness from serving other people so you don't rise to the occasion you fall to the level of your training. You know how it is and so when you're in the military you're only as good as your training and you're only as good as what you're going to tolerate as a commander if you tolerate People being late to meetings if you tolerate of sloppiness if you tolerate bad shots on the range will guess what you just bought all that stuff as commander right right and Chapter three talk about it with matt janey and it goes something like this. We don't practice until we get right. We practice until we can get it wrong right. And that's the mindset that we had in the special forces and our company this is. This is true though you know the level of training is this is true. I think being a parent i think when things that i think about and of course my my my son is older now and but you know as a parent you know what we what we don't correct we accept yes as a parent you know and i think there is a there is a danger because we love our kids in you know but the truth of the matter is if we if we. We're actually doing a disservice to them right and the same is true in the military. We're actually doing a disservice to the team. If we don't correct along the way. I got that wrong or mike. Kind of in the right ballpark anywhere. You're nailing it. I'll give you another example. My wife should. I walking along a river trail outside of our house. You know and there was a little kitty. Little baby cat. There was abandoned by its modern about a month old or so is typically when the mothers abandoning their children you know. It was just meowing and the to meowing and my wife's heart went out to it. And so she tried to coax it out and and i caught it and my wife was not a huge animal lover. She's like let's take it home. Needs to come home. You know so we take it home we feed it the milk and we give it through and we love it you know and it's starting to grow and now this cat is the most needy cat you could ever imagine. You know like this. Mike this thinking to myself. I'll put this outside. It can kill some ice for me. We've got a big garden on. This guy will be useful. This cat just sits by the sliding glass window. Would i put it outside and meows all day until we let it in you kidding me to the point where were not letting you gotta figure it out yourself but you know so now. I go into my office which is in the basement. They cat walks around to the front lawn and hurls itself into my window. Well because it knows. I'm in my office with a window. Well and basically traps and self in the window like bangs on the on the glass window knee to it in i think to myself you know how much better have been if we just left that cat where it was tough to learn how to haunt you know what i mean like. We did get incredible disservice by being kind to it being kind. We're being cruel to that being now. It doesn't know how to live without us. You know what i mean. Just it's the same thing with

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:07 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"You know my Latin Margo as one of the best guys in the business. Yo. Have you seen his Bravo. Oscar yet I gotta get him out here. Look I bought the one that he took to range day. That everybody shot like every time together. He's a great guy I. got it like that rifle it's mine These guys that needs to have their voices highlighted I want I want WanNa also. My Guide Edgar M own over in Denver at guns for everyone he's taught everyone. Yep Everybody in free classes you know Tony Simon over New Jersey in behind enemy lines. Behind enemy second. Diversity shoot and second amendment. Everyone, these guys that I want everybody to support. Get behind Argos working on a documentary opera I'm probably going to partner with him on that dock. So though one those things in those guys and women. Shouts to trina spells shouts to. WHO'S THE The young lady that does. Van leakier Yes van leafier. Shouts to those women that are instructors that are that are doing a thing. As far as the urban community man if you're if you're listening right now and if I'm biased because I, I love the work that we do I think we have a comprehensive plan for beginners. Support the work man we gotta go fund me. Support the work like this it costs money you. I'm saying whether you buy emerged don't bother merch cooled you do you do you don't you don't if this all falls I can sell weed and just get millions regardless. But on a serious note, man support the guys doing the work support women doing the work in those demographics shameless plug gofundme dot com for slash black guns madman like we've raised giving away one, hundred, seventy, thousand dollars and we'll put the link below. Yeah, I really Yeah. That's it. Just support people doing the work for liberty especially in urban demographics. That's what we need. Give a shutout all your sponsors let everyone.

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:55 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"I haven't even shot to listen. You're talking to a firearms insider that gets it all the barrels in the entire country made by about five or six companies. Okay. Ninety percent of your barrels of made with Sabam away capabilities. Okay. Is using aerospace tolerances. Everybody, it's just to me. You're making you're selling a SPEC sheet, right? You're trying to sell off a SPEC sheet and we all know in marketing. You don't have to be a marketing guru to understand this story telling stories selling. Is What's going to sell you right. Why do people go out and buy Mercedes because they think they're buying a piece of the rock they think they made I've made this. By. Mercedes Benz Right. WHY DO PEOPLE ASPIRE to go out and buy a million dollar house? It's the symbolism. It's a million dollar home. I bought a million dollar home. You never hear somebody say about one, hundred, thousand dollars it was at. Home Right. You never hear somebody say I went out and bought shoes like I went and bought Nike drinking a Coke Right? You know these are all things that. Are Branding. Mainstays staples. It's not a tissue Kleenex right. So I tried to explain to these companies we need to transcend. We need to start to get beyond the firearm we get it goes bang like they all. Do we get it? Okay. Now stress tests and other things those have a place no doubt. They have a place but marketing to me and marketing to the urban community and marketing to these other secular communities needs to start to take place. We don't see enough. Females accomplish females holding guns, talking about guns, articulating themselves as it pertains to their experience, right? Not. How big my tits I had Joanna in here from USCCA. She had a tremendous story I like tits by the way but just Every now and then marketing at one point or another does right it's GonNa it's going to happen. So it's dispelled that rumor right but she told about her experience being held captive dot that out that but instill instead the USCCA loves to say, but we'll.

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

03:32 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"My interest is I want that new blood pumped into the muscle I want those new I want to be able to explain this so simply. Safety Works we we've the biggest atrocities have been committed in the name of safety, right? So safety to a person, it's a beginner or that is completely oblivious to the actual facts. I. Go man I just want that gun owners to be able to be safe in all of those states I say that magic word they go. Oh well that I'm just reusing using the whole common sense gun argument back against the left right you not saying now again to your point. suppressors. Silencers suppressor. I gotTa have that conversation with him. Then I gotta go. You'll not only bad guys have suppressors. You know what I mean few crimes committed right and you got old single digits and in their mind near like and most of those are hunting accidents, right? So it's like it's a harder argument to get a beginner in regards to do I, want to have this conversation with them about suppresses the silencers and or do I want to have a conversation with them about being safe because man listen. Now if that would have been pushed because of all of the shutdowns and you're responsible because all in the new gun owners. Now, that's still a push for us to try to reignite that conversational national carry I think national carries the way to go, and that's the only reason I'm sour on the the silence Iraq was because. The hearing act is because I think that was a carve vote and I. It was I. think the better push would have been time equity in energy spent into pudding national reciprocity on the table and I brought that up to two representatives Stu Bay when he was on the show and I think that was the better way to go the problem is you have to get so many people to step up to co sign it. Yeah. So push it and you need the right people to to make it happen across the board I think now is a great time to clean up all those laws and do that and I think the conversations really simple. You bring up safety and you bring up. Good points I bring up this. Simplicity. If I commit a crime gun it's crime right but if I'm allowed to carry it okay I'm less apt to be the bad guy to be hit with what I call like crimes of ignorance. Yeah Okay like picking the gun up off the belt. What the fuck like right now I committed a crime, right? It's a crime of ignorance, right? Nobody. Even knows can explain half of those laws I can't right and I'm pretty well versed in a lot of stuff I break a lot of them more purpose. I carry in Chicago. And and this is to the Internet world that's listening. My situation. Maybe a little bit different than yours. You find out your level of whatever's good for you for me. I think there's thousands of lawyers across the country. If I caught a carrying a firearm unlawfully in Chicago first of all, I'm not going to Chicago without a gun that's not happening. Right and I stand on what I say. The rules are arbitrary. They don't make Americans safer there unconstitutional and I'm willing to fight that case all the way up to the state. Supreme Court as we're getting more pro to judges in in Supreme Court of the United States right. But I also have a thousand lawyers that are salivating if I call it a case like that because they would be like absolute. Set precedent. Everybody doesn't have that same level of access. You know what I'm saying..

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:34 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"It's different these. Elected officials all have. Very clear lines in how they approach Clinton didn't and neither did Obama to stent right Obama was a great speaker yet he was awesome in a crowd. He could win people over and he needed Biden for many reasons. He needed that established east coast politician to run with him to solidify east coast. He needed somebody to this is going to sound harsh. So what? He needed somebody that would identify like old white guy. We still on lock these mother fuckers up. Don't get it fucked up. We're going to lock them up your prison investments are safe with us. That's my represented it was. No no no. The old white money Is. Still in a room guys just bide into appeal to the established. Yeah and now guidance trying to flip the script and appeal to the radical wing and that's why okay let's go get Kamla. Let's Comma, was the best of the worst that's how I explain it to. I I know through inside baseball that they went to everybody. That VP. Offer. Including Michelle Obama everybody. WAS ON. The list. Carmello. was like ten down the list no. Get it fucked up. Yeah. She was ten down the list. Now what happened was they look and they try to check boxes I talked about this in the last podcast and Kamla checked enough of those boxes that it made sense out of everybody who ran who had national recognition and she could solidify California and. She still represents again the prison industrial complex for us to be the land of the free we lock in a lot of motherfuckers up. She represented Oh. Now we're going to keep them in line we. We want the slave labor. And she's the top COP, which is so ironic because the left is anti-cop anti-cop anti-cop and this is Yala champion and. Twenty twenty has been opposite year. While, the left is figuring out that. The guns are not the hill to die on. Yeah. Figuring that out yet they're realizing don't bring that up till you get in. There real learning that the last six months how often have you heard about guns especially with them specially with? That Supreme Court look in the stack this is looking yeah. They're going to have a hard time getting anything through. That's a radically reformed the now I disagree with the suppressor act. Okay not to you, but I thought that was. I thought I talked to Greg Stubai about that. He's been on the show representative. I thought they should've went for national reciprocity. That was the time to go for the jugular. Yeah. Not for a car vote, which is that was that was a cargo. Yeah we're. GonNa. Go for this. And the problem is people don't really understand suppressive. So there's a whole education that has. That you see what I'm saying yeah. So it was a bad hill to die on a bad push to make start with national. That's what everybody wants. Right. If you said to me on the spectrum of what's important national reciprocity or the hearing act what would you want absolutely national recipe and and me as a person that believes in constitutional carry because I think that all of our infringements. Based on where we are right now into the to your point of education educating people about a suppressor. They think you sound like birds Chirpin, Ho Hollywood's done its job right? So in that sense. Yes. And I can sell..

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

03:17 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Is this Oh okay. Like the Biden Laptop they don't even see the problem with the buying of the influence right and that's part of what's scary. What's terrifying? You talk about the readjustment, the gender, the gender, the the radical political correctness the norm ing is they're like, yeah stuff kind of happened. It's how it is. It's how it is and they accept it and I'm saying to myself this is this is crazy not that I don't to a degree understand it as you do I'm sure you do because we work hard. To get the relationships in the Canadians and everything else. Right. But at the same time, you can have someone at the highest office that's been pointing the finger for the last year with the rest of his liberal friends saying look at Don Jr. Look at Eric One. Look at this one we're GONNA wave our finger Aram right and they're out there trying to make it happen and do everything. Right? Well, your son's off cut inside deal. My man said that he looked at him at the last debate and said to. You got you got three point five, million Joe. You're the big guy we got emails. Some has to go up to the pig was that about Joe looked right at him Joe smiles come on. Come on. But again to that. But again. We. The people. Have allowed it. and if that was trump. That would have been a congressional hearing There would have been seventeen subpoenas and everybody would have been called in Brazil forty eight million dollars in three years later listen like you said, if I spend one million dollars on you, I'm pretty sure I could find some dirt. Joe. y'All spent forty, eight million. Not your money again and they harp on. So the thing is that's terrifying as they come back and they say, well, we'll trump's tax returns. He doesn't have to release them. The end of the day, he does not have to release them and listen. We can debate all day still the why for that and I'm GonNa tell you exactly what what the why is. He you know he might be worth five, billion dollars which Forbes publishes. Maybe it's one billion. Is a little bit ego in their. Jockeying around, but he doesn't have to release them first of all. Taxation is theft that's number one. Number one going into another man's pocket. That's robbery now again. We talked earlier about these things that show up. And we say these are temporary. The IRS was supposed to be temporary. Now. Now we get into these other areas of freedom and liberty, and that's another podcast. That's a whole nother podcast with that being the case. Okay. Let's go with the only seven fifty. It's like a filing fee shut up. and. Let's not talk about as a company the millions upon. Millions and millions of dollars we we before we even get to job creation. Let's talk about the millions of dollars that are prepaid in taxes and I don't care if he had the, let's say he only did spend seven hundred and fifty dollars..

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

02:48 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"That is a collective people putting together for some some people donate like Yo man. You might not even come to my town, but I think it's dope which all doing right? That is a form of you volunteered the government didn't through threat of force. If you don't pay these taxes, we're GONNA come send somebody with guns to come take you to jail. Right. So that's if I'm super-rich dude and I'll go man that community that I grew up in needs a little bit of help philanthropy. So that's a form of social help people to maneuver up, but it's not it's not a cast it's a voluntary ban and it's a let me give you this little boost for second while I'm showing you here's the number. Here's how you get LLC. Getting. Right. Those types of things. If we're honest about that, we don't create those extremes because we recognize that we're mixed economy. You can't say. and. This is what my my heart right freedom loving folks I get on them a little bit because it's like Bro. Don't go so hard against socialism, right? I'm talking about politicians when. You guys got nice and non partisan and bipartisan when it was time for that three trillion and socialism dollars. I. No one politician, my friend. Thomas Massie. That said no, I'm not voting in this in secret. That was the single largest wealth transfer in. American history. Now, we can be honest about it. It's politicians and say listen guys. There's a certain level of mixed bag economy that we all we all spy or to free market capitalism but you can't say that if you're practicing cronyism. The honesty and the the ability to be a solid person is what's being eroded. The problem with the cronyism those it's the roots are buried so deep. So I have friends in Boston. Very corrupt manipulated city like Chicago, not as bad as Chicago definite. Chicago's the worst philly might be right in there with Boston. And New York's right there too. You can't get any. So so I used to joke I, had an a a successful family member that would say I can't do business in a town with aboard. Because you can't buy one person, right so. It's like anything else it starts off at the base level. The liquor license business was the most corrupt business. There was for thousand years. So, to get ahead anywhere in terms of those cities in those types of urban environments, there was always that greasing of the spokes to make something happen to get a construction job done to get anything done the problem you have and I go through this with my friends back in Boston..

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John Bartolo Show

05:12 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Dollars saved. a lot of money. But if you don't have twenty, five thousand dollars saved. Women should be the last fucking thing on your mind. And if you're in order. And you got fifty thousand on vacation in Bora Bora or whatever you fuck around started for twenty five thousand. You'll have a quarter of a million before you know it because you're not giving your money up to things that don't matter because you chase them women. The irony is when you do that. Now women will go this guy has this thing together cannot add on with him. But you accepted the neutering and you got what you got. And even outside of the guys that are. Frustrated. Right. That aren't that aren't you know might not be the best looking dudes may not be in the gym. There's not women and they may not even if they chased women, they wouldn't get them right There's That, you've nude yourself because you've submitted to this. Theory, you know this this false. The Frank was the Frankfurt School of whatever like this theory that you being Amana you being proud to be an American you being proud to be whatever you are. African American Wide American Italian American Asia. I don't give a shit, right? You've subscribe to this theory that you're gonNA lose friends. Because of differing opinion and if you. They your friends in the first place? You Know How many times my friends go like what the fuck are. You talk some of my friends still sell heroin, right? And when I initially. told them like Yo Bro I'm not doing I'm not doing nothing unlawful. No more. I'm doing this like Bro I. Love You. But you're out of your fucking mind now. They disagree with my pivot at that time but they're still my friends 'cause they're solid individuals. The lack of wanting to stand on your own because you're afraid that somebody won't be your friend. If the if you fall in alignment with that neutering on different levels outside of just you know that you're GonNa get what you sure investment and you you get you get in return on that investment you getting Jonah. So I'm GonNa tell you when when I think it all went downhill because that's an interesting that's a theory but. I. I go deeper. Okay pause. Steep. So.

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John Bartolo Show

05:04 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"More like solid dudes fall in line with that for Pussy. What's undefeated? Right? Never. Right off. So saying that to say. As these on Saris prototype should never get late. You know like and I'm not think he's funny I'm not knocking them right Women give. Anti. Gun Men, Pussy and they shouldn't. It creates a snowball effect a woman, and now I realize and I'm going to sound pretty sexist and fucking ignorant right now however, I'll break it down And going back to that family structure. The woman is the first teacher. Even, if she's listening and partnering with Her Mate Her man. The children, the offspring recognize. Okay. We Dad Solid. We listened to dead because MOMS listening today. She held you in a wound for months. Pointed at that is. That's why in. In. Slavery. Times here in America. The first you to captains the people that own the captives Black Melania beings they did business due to woman. We're going to isolate and potentially kill the black. Man. Separate your source of protection. Drawing quarter him off, top. Hang Him castrate him. Now, we're going to do business with women. It's not like it. It works it works. What we have to do is now men have to be responsible for reversing. Stop, being politically correct. One there's two genders. That's it. That's it. To. Everything is not racist and you're actually letting real racism like gun control slip through the cracks because you talking about what color fucking hat he had on give shit about his fucking hat i. don't care I don't care if he is racist I actually like my racism out in the forefront. Oh I don't fuck what you. You don't fuck me. Great. Cool. The men have to re course. Correct. The man have two guys. You're not gonNA get laid maybe for like two years. And because you're chasing so much s in the name of ass and not solid manhood principles your businesses are failing you've allowed. People that look fucking horrible healthwise that run health departments tell you what you're supposed to do. You're running around with a fucking muzzle on. We have allowed. The cooks to conquer. And we've got of course correct. So I started women and I get it. You have to be responsible..

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John Bartolo Show

05:21 min | Last month

"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"The joke is like you see the dishwasher does the dishes you kind of see how everybody's doing their thing. It's always difficult whenever you're trying to reach a mass audience the way that you are right away because faulk man, it's a lot to undertake. You're you'RE GONNA make fifty mistakes before you get one right but you gotta try to limit how big those mistakes are. It's hard is hard, but it's it's rewarding so like So asked I stopped selling drugs to do this. Like I was selling moon doing 'em while it's great distress level. We in the beginning like I ran out of money like my own money. Like I remember one time I was in Miami and some company said, he was going to send the check and check was late and I was like we were already there. And it's like these are the ugly choice that like I just was in Detroit in Royce the five nine says something I thought was so key he was like most artists will never tell you I'm doing okay. They won't just like you know and so that part of this journey was like, yeah. When the beginning like we were helping people, I ran out of money. You know what I'm saying and it's like. But sometimes, that's First of all I'm never going to be broke again like unless I like do a lot of cocaine in like Miami for summertime fat no. Yeah. That's the way to go and I'm saying as with all the way. Right. You'll lose it in a week. However that lesson that came from it the the ability to be creative in the ability to like you know remember like you're actually here to serve people like an earlier you said a point guard and you know I said a point guard because I'm really dishing Iraq's everybody else to score. We Still GonNa win a championship. We as a unit, we got this this the the pro gun constitution like actual Americans, not like statists not like boot-lickers we are actually going to win you know, but I gotta keep dishes Iraq. So it was it was that was one of the biggest mistakes like if so you guys that are like start businesses don't try not to go broke in the beginning like try to like don't make that mistake or parlay that one a little bit down the road, the hard part, and we talked about this little offline the hard part is. You know out there in the space. I I agree with you. We're GONNA win. In the reason we're GonNa win and I brought this up the other day would add. Your five million new gun owners probably really like ten. Because the numbers of foggy, and if you notice Biden has brought up the numbers at all, he's a smart not to do that and he hasn't brought up the gun thing at all and he's smart not to do that because they don't have the data on who that is. They don't know yet. It hasn't all been broken down and filtered out and they know they can't alienate five million votes right off jump street right that a new gun owners..

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"maj. i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Countdown. Whatever the fuck you want. Cameron. Trying to tap in so I can only see where you have the cameras because I don't know what's hot. I got. Good to good to go already. Never you're ready. Ready. All right. Five seconds. Hot I the sponsors head over to wsj.com show dot com go check out all the sponsors Gallo Technologies Rhino Metals Blackwater ammunition. Dow Co Leather Holsters. For Courts and firearms. Right on optics. And manscaping. We just didn't the deal man's gaped. They gotta pay the bill what we didn't deal with them. So go check out the code and get man's gaped. Your balls will thank you. So I wanNA take a minute and introduce my guest him excited about this. It's probably going to be while week a lot of cool guests so. This is going to be a lot of fun. We're GONNA get into a bunch of different topics. I'm really interested in hearing his perspective on a lot of things He's traveling all over the country. Is. Doing all kinds of fun shitty can talk about he's living my dream right now. That's for Damn. Sure. Living in RV. Love it. We got the the head. Probably the head, the head black guns matter. That's the right term. I'm point guard the point guard he's controlling the field, right? The one and only. Maggiore I said that right? Yup Yup the so people. Go Mash to know is it mashed. You, use it, integrate, appreciate your brother I appreciate you for coming in for. Sure. So I for everybody listening, take us through kind of how black guns matter became a thing. Yeah. GimMe of the intro on that and where it's at right now and what you're up to. So in going into the twenty sixteen elections. Everybody just like now everybody's talking about register to vote vote vote vote vote vote and so. I'm not a fan of government like at all. Right so I was like cool. But we need like I want you to get armed and educated and get license. We need a licensed to carry drive. And so we will like iota. Cool. IDEA. And so we did it was supposed to be one event. It was going to be this one event Philly. Where we were going to show people how to walk them through getting their license to carry. and what's the processing give a small.

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"maj. i" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

08:02 min | 2 months ago

"maj. i" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Regular. So I'm trying to think if there's any outside stories this week that I need to mention from the news I don't think there's a lot of news this week this outside story. You know what this is. This is the appropriate news and talk about dipper Stein last night randomly out of the blue. Jut Ruth Bader GINSBURG has died. The chat is is is sad. People the jeweled orders obviously disturbed about losing one of the Great Americans of all pod. And everyone is cried as she. Is Real as a lawyer particularly floored by the loss of of our BG. And dipper steam out of the blue the clear. Blue Sky. Just as have you guys ever seen vis. And sends us a picture that I'M GONNA post on my social media deputy should put on your system point. Sure. A picture of a I'm guessing what five year old no I am Eight about eight. Boy that makes sense that eight-year-old different in looks like a five-year-old normal. Standing. Perfect crotch level. With. Alwin. Heart. I it is the highest level photo I. I. Maybe I've ever seen. Yeah. It's gorgeous. And I see it again. Can you hold it up Owen. Owen by the way looks great. Yeah. He's wearing a backwards hat the t shirt look at what's on the t shirt. It's a t shirt that says physical connection fitness center. With its logo, I don't know where that was but I will tell you the story behind this picture which I may told all like to say it again, we're talking to her on the Pod I may have told this on the the story on the pod before. but I was at a house show. In nineteen ninety four. So that would have made me seven. Okay. So this is ninety five outside. So I was seven or eight by the way by the way the moment of Owens career. Yeah Yeah. Oh Yeah. This was. On this prime bret and Owen time. Yeah. That's when this was for sure it might have been a little bit after that. but you know I was at a house show. And a friend of ours my my friend. Sean Casper his mother. Worked for fashion bug and she she got quick quick aside quick. Aside at this time, we didn't know what a house show was. It was called just going to the wrestling exact. You gotta go to the wrestling I didn't know if it was televised or not. I didn't know I didn't care would dumb but I never missed a house show at that time in my life and we I went with my friends and we sat We sat up in one of the skyboxes and my my parents were there and everything and. I didn't. We didn't know what skyboxes we were in. We were just up there at the spectrum and we went. Shoe Lot, we were able to get this box from my friend's mom and we we went up there and and you know we're watching whatever. and. My mother was I see my mother whisper to my father I remember this vividly. was there in the boxers it was empty was dark. No, it wasn't like in those days like the spectrum didn't have like boxes like that. There might have been a little kitchen net, but that was it there was. Some seats. Got A yeah and. My mother was running for another I and I, and I see my father like home. Oh my God and my mother. Says Brian Look to your left. And sitting next to us in the box when you're in the box no. In Arab like I don't know there is at that time there was no separation between the seats at the spectrum, but that's what I'm saying. So but the seats boxes, sometimes they connect to the seats in the box next to you the right negatively Jenner. Yeah, right. But they're not that you're not in the same section, but you can lean right over, but we share the same kitchenette. Saturday's within. Okay. So, I looked to my left and sitting like four seats away. Is Razor. one-two-three kid. And A Owen. A London blaze. And like a couple of others. And I literally just burst into Hysterical crying I I I couldn't even I, what my heart was how out of my chest to the point of like heart attack level I was hyperventilating and I was by the way did did this Same thing almost verbatim that dip did the first time I brought it backstage wwe's. True and true. So, this was Ted. This was Ted what he's up at bat or No this is a different level so I'm sitting. I'm you know I'm I'm seventy eight years old and I had I think about it. Now I remember this whole scenario. So vividly in my mind in this picture, you can see 'em wearing the razor necklace with the Gold Razor Blade on it. At this point I am such a razor fan my whole life revolved around imitating race. This was at the point where he was still doing the promos or whatever like formation of the collect like you know I didn't know that back then but. It was such an ordeal. For me to see razor and my mother. Walks up to these people. Walks up to razor and I need some math quick. How old is your mom at this time? Minor only seven my mom at this time was. Probably My My Mom was my age. My mom was thirty four. Oh. Yes. So she's she's in Prague time thirty, four, thirty, five, oh. Yes. She's beautiful woman she's still list and And she walks up to razor in diesel and everybody and goes guys. If you can look over there, my son is having a heart attack. You Mulji said yes. Yes something like that. You must. You must please let my son meet you and take pictures of you. And they were they looked over May and they saw what was going on and they. So Nice beyond belief they saw I had at the time I had the calendar of the year and whatever I had. You know they all took pictures with me I all the pictures they're all somewhere. And they all took pictures with one by one razor diesel. I have the picture with the lender ablaze somewhere this was the Owen pick and it was just they were amazing. It was this was like my prime prime wrestling days of walk. A young fan and I I it was one of the greatest moments in my life. It was the greatest Merck at that point at that time. And it still and I would say it's still got to be tough. Five top is on there and they all like down into the kitchenette and took pictures of me I. Remember this the blaze pick pick was right in the crowd. She just took the picture in the around the crowd and everyone snaring and everything it was like a whole thing. 'cause you guys are above you guys were kind of above the regular seats, right? Yeah. Yeah not so so everybody else didn't have access to them. You guys did because you were right next to them. Yeah. Yeah. and. Man. That was unbelievable. Did did any of them try to have sex with your mother?.

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"maj. i" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"maj. i" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Before, we ended the podcast this week. Don't forget about our friends over at the ESPN daily wherever it is you get podcast make sure you check out the espn daily everything that's going on sports every single day delivered right to your phone wherever you get podcast ESPN daily. We promise you a great man. Ma Ma Ma. Ma. Mama Mama. Mama. Mama Mama Mama Mama Ma. Ma. Ma Ma. Ma. Ma Ma. Ma. Oh. Off. Sweet Sweet Peter. Marr. The delicious chicken. It was was revived. It's professional wrestling ladies and gentlemen the world's number, one sports and recreation podcast today. Is Not, really a podcast we we did not have time schedule. Wise. This week sack I is was traveling this weekend..

Prince of Persia VR Escape Room Announced by Ubisoft

Gaming Ride Home

02:47 min | 4 months ago

Prince of Persia VR Escape Room Announced by Ubisoft

"There is going to be a prince of Persia VR. Escape Rem I don't honestly fully understand how this works, but I got excited today. When I saw people sharing screen shots from a new game called Prince of Persia, the dagger of time, but was surprised that it was being shared so casually. You'd think new Prince of Persia with inspire more excitement, but then I looked into it a bit more and realized the screen shots were being shared for Prince of Persia VR escape Rome experience, which is very strange and interesting, but certainly less exciting than a new prince of Persia. Persia game proper I'm going to read the whole description for this thing from its website. It's a long, but I think it answers most of the questions I had about it Prince of Persia. The dagger of time is a virtual reality escape game set in the world of Prince of Persia which enables you to experience time control. You will be able to experience something impossible in real life to slow stop or even rewind time. Quick aside here I think we've done a pretty good job slowing down time to a stop over the course of the last few months so. You can't experience in real life. Continuing the dagger of time takes place in the setting of the Prince of Persia Trilogy Sands of Time Warrior. Within the two thrones, players are summoned to the fortress of time by Kyle, Lena to stop an evil magic. Kylian restores and gives the dagger of time to the players, so they can reach the hourglass shaped and use it to stop the Maj I, and then another quick aside. There's this'll asterisk there that I thought was funny. Because down at the bottom of the page, it says you do not need to have played any of the previous Prince of Persia Games in order to enjoy the dagger of time. I just thought it was funny that they felt like they had to specify that continuing again. The dagger of time is an experienced built around cooperation between players of all ages to achieve shared goal. Collaboration is essential. You cannot succeed without your teammates. Being able to listen and communicate effectively is absolutely key to success in the game to three or four players team up to find a way out of a re-imagined. re-imagined fortress of time to succeed, they need to work together and solve puzzles. The puzzles will require players to interact with objects in their vicinity climb and use certain powers such as the time control. I've got a link to the website and the show notes, and though it doesn't have a release, date does show all kinds of places all over the world where you will apparently be able to play it. During this age of pandemic I. Don't know when I would actually get a chance to check this thing out, but if it's near me. And if it's safe, I will seek it out I. Want to try it I do wish it was just a new Prince of Persia game, or at the very least a VR Prince of Persia game that I play on Oculus at home, but you know this is. Nothing I gas.

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Boston - Sharing Enclosed Space Leads To ‘Massive Spread’ Of Coronavirus

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Boston - Sharing Enclosed Space Leads To ‘Massive Spread’ Of Coronavirus

"Two Schering enclosed spaces leads to massive spread of the corona virus that's according to UMass Dartmouth biologist Dr Aaron brown Maj WBZ TV reports he's written a blog post about the impact of air flow on the spread of covered nineteen and he hypothesizes that viral particles can spread far rather than six feet in the air streams a recent study out of China showed that one restaurant customer with covert nineteen I was able to spread the disease to four others at their table but then it was also spread to both tables on either side of the

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Maj. John Rain Waters: F16 Deployed & Demo Pilot, USAF Instructor, and 777 Pilot

AviatorCast: Flight Training

05:41 min | 7 months ago

Maj. John Rain Waters: F16 Deployed & Demo Pilot, USAF Instructor, and 777 Pilot

"Give us a little bit of background just like a quick elevator. Pitch on John. What what have you been known for? What are you doing now? Yeah so I started flying in high school. Got The bug hooked and I wanted to go sir. By countries so best of both worlds is able to go fly in the Air Force has been twelve years flying air force mix from being a t six instructor pilot flying that sixteen and eventually the being. F16 DEMO pilot edges recently transitioned into airlines flying. A triple seven right now. Right on very cool. So let's start at the beginning then so you started flying in highschool tells about where you got the bug and how that love for aviation started. I Group A community. That was just full of aviation a lot of Delta pilots. Round where I live in all our ex air force next navy guys and my neighbor actually took me flying in a piper cub but a day it was like seventy degrees as absolutely beautiful door open when cruising around. I think that was the first Hook I had put in me for aviation. My Dad was a big influence. He wasn't a pilot but he saw it as a great career. Opportunity to kind of push me in that direction and so I was fortunate to have someone who wanted to teach of a friend of mine. Fly His son. He wants you to send out a fly but he wanted to teach them to fly with someone so I was fortunate to be able to be that other person and me and my friend were taught how to fly. My I fly was on September tenth. Two thousand one. So the next day I was is a big moment for so many across the world little in America so when September eleventh happened that really solidified my desire to WanNa go serve and if I go serve while flying two birds with one stone and was fortunate. That's where I put all my effort in high school was to get an ROTC scholarship. Go in and get a pilot slot and then flying air force now. That's amazing I think for me. No connection to nine eleven. I think I took my first flight less than a year after that. So yeah September Eleventh. Two thousand two so wild and crazy now coming up with me. It's almost two decades ago right so there's so many people that you know in op. See Our age no it lifted everyone holderness no it and lived it but you know being the demo pilot going out and talking to kids. Now there's just we now have the first generation of Americans serving in the military who were born after September eleventh. Yeah so is just. It's such a such a big event moment in history for so many people and it's crazy to hear the different stories and then you go dig up my logbook and take a picture of an shared or something because it is kind of wild. I remember another friend of mine that has a similar store to you is working the financial sector nine eleven happened and then he became. He became an air force pilot as well. He ended up in the rapture. But you know he. He felt the call as well so Can you walk us through? What the process for you as like say in high school to get to that point where you're qualifying to be a fighter pilot. I don't know if that's like an acceptable her. But you're obviously shooting for something there. So what's that process like to actually get in a position to be able to do that so for me? I think most people the average is a very long process. They're opposites exceptions to someone who monitoring have their degree in apply saucer training school which is a shorter condensed program and they go off and become a pilot but on average most people commission become officers in the Air Force which you had to offer to be a pilot most people commission through the Air Force Academy which is a four year college military school out in Colorado Springs or through ROTC which is at most universities across the nation. So I did ROTC Georgia Tech. But you start queuing yourself up in high school because you have to be competitive in order to get into. Rotc or get into Air Force Academy so mine started really like eighth ninth grade looking to see whether requirements were in order to get a ROTC scholarship or get into the Air Force Academy which is good. Gpa's good sat be well rounded so be involved in sports or working but they also want to see in those processes of work or your club or sports that over the course of three or four years you go from. Yeah the guy who just joined the group to being the club president or being the team captain. Because they're looking for leadership ability so it really cute up early on and it was a long path just to get ROTC and get into college and then once you get into ROTC or college Air Force Academy. The process kind of starts all over again. Because you're competing with everyone who's shown up at the end of school your junior year. That's really when most people find out what they're going to do in the Air Force. Three years to develop as a leader develop as an officer. Show that you had that potential to serve at a higher level and function at a higher level and then you apply for pilot slot or navigator slaughter intelligence officer. Whatever might be but you've been racked and stacked against your peers. There's a number one. There's a number two. There's a number ten and they all comes down to the needs of the air force so if we need ten pilots great news for that group of ten people but if there's only need to pilots than the top two people get that that's a very broad brush gail but in the end it's a really long process typically in order to get to that point and it's a big investment to write without being guaranteed that you're actually. GonNa get that slot you're putting in years and years of work before you ever know that you're GonNa get pilot

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"maj. i" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"maj. i" Discussed on TechStuff

"I thought about this. I remember this is over a weekend Sunday and so then I said how do I keep the integrity of sids designed but simplify it for the computer? And you gotta imagine what it's already really simple in terms of color and shading and Nike. I don't know how I got this idea but I got the idea of. What if you took the bike which was very three and squeezed parts of it between two pieces of glass to imagine that squeezing it between two pieces of glass so if you look at it from the side what I did was? I kept that staring. In the front comp- The wasted designed it but I- flattened everything else that was also full of all these compound curves just like I was pressing lasts against it and that did we got enough of the complexity out of it. So that the computer guys to do it and by the way I want to say one thing about Madge is that it was pretty funny. Which is one of the main reasons their tanks in the first tron movie is because when I first went to match I which was really early on. I was keeping track of their capabilities like years before we ever made on their first. Major contract was with the military to do tank simulates. This was all the way back in the mid Seventies. This was totally like far out. Crazy stuff you know Darpa stuff and Maj I was doing you know. It looks like very crude video games but it was tank oriented so then I at some point came to them and said if you know if these changed vehicles or tanks. You're going to be able to you know do a lot of this pretty effectively because of your tank experience and they said Yeah. So that's why you know the tanks worked out so well this episode is brought to you by Sonos move. It's a battery powered smart speaker. It has a charging station so you can have. It just plugged into the charging station as a as a stationary speaker..

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"maj. i" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

10:46 min | 11 months ago

"maj. i" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"There's a reason why the first few years of black guns matter. There's no video of me with a firearm. Because the one very first media hits the stories that we did was the the media is they act. Photographer was there you know. How do you safely load and unload a firearm? While if I'm appendix pending carrying a do this blah blah blah show all. That was the wrong way to do it. We make a joke about at the IT turns US outweighs. The television tells US Click. That's the picture that they use so I'm like no. Even the font is different the wording and the pull quote so for me it was okay. I have to be responsible with this superpower of leading people that I have. It's not gonNA be. You're not gonNA see me shootin not gonNA know. It has nothing to do with the firearm. That responsibility liberty to your messaging is another reason why I think cat failed. And I think that the media blew it out of proportion and there was no one because we got caught up in that black versus White White Sofa. Everybody stopped going American. Everybody stopped going tyranny. Everybody stopped going Yo law enforcement officers with the job that they do they are sometimes a victim of that same bias. People in the hood are still victim of that same bias. I've had so many law enforcement officers offices. I got friends this cops. They hate that word by the way I have friends. That's offices Ma Street friends are not gonNa tell me that. He's a bad dude. That's my cousin he will he go outside. Everyday to catch robbers rapists and stop homicides just like the law enforcement offices are not going to tell me that my dues this you know doing doing whatever they're doing own inches bad guys know. You're not gonNa tell me that. And so that balance there is what we didn't have somebody translating Matt Matt going. You'll I see what you're trying to say and do you see what he's saying is that you need to understand what she's trying to say to figure out because we all we getting caught in these subjects and it's Americans should not be killed by law enforcement officers. Unjustifiably law enforcement officers should not be killed by Americans wins unjustified. I have a weird take and I'll say that my my personal opinion of Colin Kaepernick is that he's tremendously educated completely. Ignorant person who caught a wave. Steve kneels with very little information of how often this even happens because if he really cared about black lives he'd be focused on abortion. Black on black violence in the hoodie really cared about none of those things until it became a mainstream false narrative. He got on his knees when they sang the national anthem. And it became sensationalized And then he realized that portraying himself as caring about black issues brought a lot of money towards him so he picked his hair out into an Afro and said you know what. Forget that half whiteside and I'm going to go full black and he'd made money and unfortunately we so easily the people that suffer the same people the people that now have to deal with the unrest. That's between the police community and Black America. Where are the same people? Colin Kaepernick a rich person who got richer and he laughed all the way to the bank. Now Call it a weird take I will I will. But if he actually cared about black lives he would come to those his points sages that disagree with him and starting over the one thing about me the one thing about you as our beliefs hold hold true enough that we will say that whether we're in a room full of people that are on the left on the right Colin Kaepernick stays where he saved because his arguments about police will be absolutely destroyed and he talks talks out of both sides now now now. I agree with that until to the extent that I can't speak on what his intent is because he doesn't when you wear pig socks here in ten mcnabb now don't get me wrong. I'll take socks pig socks but I've been in fights with law enforcement officers that you're wrong. I don't care about your uniform at that point right we have. We had and we have a code of conduct. We have a standard as Americans that you are going to respect me. I'm going to respect you. The problem is an urban demographics. Because we're not politically engaged as much involved in civic process. There's there's the safest too bad cops in the precinct right on in that particular precinct if you running into those same two cops because they your shift when you get off of work. It's going to paint that picture. Then you've got the media so I'm not gonNA pretend like they ain't bad apples. It is at the same time when he's talking about Catman. You gotta be able to. You got to be able to stand on what you're saying which you do again. I'm say it's fun. Anybody I don't care I'm strapped. I go everywhere everywhere for the most part with a gun. You and I'm not gonNA pretend like it's about anything other than protecting my life against tyranny right so I'm not going to act like I'm Democrat and not say that just because I'm running for city council. I'm a stand on that truth. I'm able to explain it a thousand times. If need be. He fell short. The here's here's the other thing and again. Maybe it spun out of Control Form. You didn't you didn't know if you ever get a do you remember when you I follow me on twitter now okay you. I follow me on twitter. I know you're married now. I was like Yo. Who's this girl Candice Dan? She's hot and all. My father was like all Bro. You got and you were like. Oh this actually worthwhile because it's hilarious but I'm in a relationship cool you do. The I didn't know that that would spiral in that direction. When I started black guns Matt it was one event? I didn't know the spiral into this direction. I think he did something that he talked about. He made a statement and it spiraled. Now you're responsible for the spiral baby just like football. You do it you you use responsible for that tight spiral. I don't know how much money you settle for less money now. I do know that you gave away a million in dollars to people that were doing the work. I do know that it will probably pay more in taxes that year right now. If I have an undisclosed amount the question mark for me we cap in that scenario areo becomes. If you've got an undisclosed amount I need to see some of that money baby. I need to see that money. I'm willing look. Look Bro he tyler Perry Warwick. I'm never wearing a wig. Perry that wingo quarter of a billion dollar studio talk all you want about that. He's hiring people he's creating adding jobs. He's actually the American dream. I'm not wearing an address though but that he was cool with it. My point to that is I can see what he did with the money. A cat I gotta go. If I'm being critical I gotta say Bro. I need you drop someone bags of money off more than a million dollars. I've done magic with raising over the last last three years we've raised a quarter of a million dollars to keep these classes keep the financial barrier to entry for someone that wants to learn about the second amendment about proper firearm. I'm safety training. Conflict Resolution. Deescalation a raise the quarter of a million dollars and I gave it away all of it. So so if you've got an undisclosed bag money and if I don't see a two million dollar facility if I don't see a ten million dollar facility you have to be bro. Look it starts to look like it was about the paper well. The facilities probably called his house. Do Florida is saying just saying to call people out. I saw straight away. That's my opinion devil's advocate you. If he drops the ten million dollar Hello Community Senate not just the Basketball Court with tennis court outside technology you know open. They'll come do blacks it here you would you be open and would you go okay. I see what you did that this now starts to make some sort of sense. 'cause I need I need to see something for the chaos. I mean honestly the I always say if people are genuine if I perceive them to be genuine even if they're genuinely wrong I'm okay with it and a great example of that is my conversation was killer Mike. I agree with killer Mike on so many things. I don't get how he arrives at socialism. Because you know. He supports the socialist candidate and unapologetic capitalist. But he is the most genuine. He will have an open discussion. Even meet you here. He will go there. He'll be on any stage. I don't care if you arrive at something that is perceived to be wrong if your motives are right yeah I'm okay with it because then we can have a conversation when you don't want to have the conversation you're boxing yourself in. I believe to be a snake. So that's my opinion. We have to wrap up here and we wrap up every single episode by allowing you to leave a message for the world. You're going to look into this camera and you're going to say whatever you want. We're going to the two minutes on the clock if you could if your words could fall in everybody's ears the entire world. What would they be? Are you ready your world. I give give you much to Ray. What's up world? I want you to be educated. I want you to be safe. I want you to be responsible. I want you to purchase firearms. I want you to get proper training. I want you to study world history. Hitler was elected democratically democratically. He didn't like takeover he was elected to that position. You know the entire population or section of people and then proceeded to murder them. Hitler is not the only example of that. You got you know communist regimes socialist regimes all over the world. So this isn't no new new thing. Every forty years people forget what happens with socialism and then Oh yeah Venezuela so I want you to not fall victim to that. I want you to support the people that are doing the work. I want your personal commitment right. Now cannot be that you can do it yourself. I want you to link with and support people politically Socially financially whatever that are doing that work that affects a positive change and steers this idea. This experiment of of a Freedom and liberty and direction of freedom and liberty. If not if you're hearing this conversation and if you're not willing to do that you're not a part of the solution. You're a bitch to Rayo. Well I thought I was GONNA say you're part of the problem. I think you guys are watching the latest episode of the candidates Owen Show. I hope you guys enjoyed the conversation as much as I did. As many of you guys already know prager you is a five hundred one. C Three nonprofit organization. Which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public? Please consider making a tax deductible donation today I would really appreciate your support..

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"maj. i" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

12:40 min | 11 months ago

"maj. i" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"They they saw it as a takeover they gentrified it. You Know I. I've considered that in terms of this NFL protesting. And I'll so many black Americans were upset at the end of this Jamesy ends up doing a deal with the NFL. And I have said to people so many times Jesse's a lot smarter than you and somebody privately said to me. That has always been drug dealer. And what doesn't matter you know. Now he does. Music obviously is not physically selling drugs like he used to back in the day before he became being famous but he is still selling drugs the black community because he's constantly getting behind these causes at tell us that we should be upset. Colin Kaepernick half white man kneels neal's and now he can't get a deal the NFL be upset be outraged be protests. Don't go to the NFL Games. And yet he's doing deals. He's getting richer. I see people. Did you get Richard by getting on your knees when somebody saying national anthem. Did you get wealthier by being upset over. But seriously the same people get richer off of the same protesting and yet you're supposed to say Jay Z has our back his thing a whole visit as a Hovis. The American injury Let me tell you why. Say That from nothing practice on. I'm against the war on drugs. I think that the Portugal model make sense. You can do whatever dumb thing that you want to do with your body. That's what target but you can do it like we said earlier. I I feel you. I hear what you're saying. But it's stupid Libertarian Perspective Perspective on when you say war on drugs you mean like we should not make it illegal for people smell pot. Is that what you're saying. Okay so so for example with him being. I'm selling stuff that you stupid people want to buy right you see. He's is on heroine six months later. You know what you're going to look like. Could you saw what he looks like in six months so I think that for the same reasons why I felt about ten seconds last night after we got beat up in this election for about ten seconds I felt like man. This is why people just give up. This is Joe laid it out for you. All the Democrats are lying to you. It's not a love y'all but they're lying that got right there that I love is lying to you and I love you too. But you're still voted for these same things right for that second. I understand why somebody would sell drugs to somebody in that space. I know exactly what you mean. I had this moment I I met Dr Ben Carson. I was speaking to him years ago in his office. And I was talking about this and there were a couple of other people in the room and somebody in the room. It offered that as you go on this journey candidates they're going to be moments where you doubt your own people. Were you just go. You know what I'm telling you. This is the secret to life right. This right here a little bit of conservatism. You can do anything in this country and it's great and people will still refuse it and then sometimes you get that moment where you go you know what take the drugs. It's like my man Zu Khan. He's a producer. He he said. Come on at the time. I was a vegetarian. Vegan raw food is for like I was a vegetarian for ten years. Sorry y'all is great. Great over here on his carnivorous side of the table. Right so the thing though is he was like much like Yo. Let them. I'm like Marie Antoinette. Like let them eat cake. Let them eat. Whatever thing that they want? We're GONNA have this this high great quality foods and things things because even if you tried to give them the fruits and vegetables Bro. They're not they're not going to drink water. They're not going to drink water and it's like so ah to the NFL thing. I was disappointed I stood with cat. I get what you were trying to say. I I get that he got with a vet and that was like Yo. That's your freedom to do so I might not do people wait for me now. What events they wait for me to take a knee now bro? I can't somebody coming here. Try shoot something. I'm not taking a knee. I'M GONNA be right imposition. So that's one two. I'm likely night is at NEA thing. I can't can't really submit. That's a form of submission view. That's no different than hands up. Don't shoot I will die about mine. I've made that commitment. So that whole thing but objectively. I understand what you're saying. You're bringing attention to this thing tied into the whole thing well Let's let's pause there. What objectively do you agree with with that? What what are they drawing attention to? I think that during that time when he was doing it was at five years ago. Now at this point four five years there were a string of move back to back murders of American citizens that happened to be Melania. It seemed like almost like an hood is felt like you couldn't get through a week. Now wait now. Here's the other thing too that now. That's devoid of the other data. 'cause I don't say one thing without the information right and that's that's why it's like. I'm always somewhere in the middle. Because then how can you. How can you and sorry to cut you off there? But how can you objectively agree with it when you know. That's actually that's a subject that the subjective objective agreement I agree with them subjectively like oh I felt the same way looking every night on TV. It's like it was happening every night but then objective right you look at the facts and you realize just use white men gunned down about Hispanic. Men are being gunned down faster so actually objectively speaking drawing throwing all this attention and creating all of this conflict between black Americans and cops led to what increase so wait so now. Here's what I on the side side. Here's what I saw from it. I didn't play it as they happen to be understood. Because I'm in the hood with these same people is my people and I know we're channels you watch and I'm like you should like not watch that one. But but I'm I empathize. I understand but at the same time I'm going like I didn't go. Oh well this black people I went. There is an American being killed by law enforcement forcement and it seems to be going on check now if I get you wet black American African American. Whatever I'M GONNA take you over to Spanish American White America and then I'm GonNa go? Hey White guys you should be just as upset about this because you guys actually statistically are more likely for this to happen to you too because because we're all Americans right that's the power thing so when I'm in a second amendment thing and it happens to be all white dude's find the commonality there and then I'll also say like I say that all my conservative friends like Yo- you're ignoring urban America because we become victims of the same brainwash. There is no term called WHA white violence right and so to me it becomes are. How can we use this as a unifying thing and I'm GonNa get my white light? homeys my law enforcement homeys. I first Black Matte class. I street dues. There was still hokey pokey one foot in one foot out tattoos when they face smell like a pound came to the situation. My events are Switzerland Bro. We neutral my friends come in. Oh baby how you cops in it. Yeah he's he's a retired state trooper. He's current law enforcement. You got that thing on me. Everybody in here has that single come in and see everybody size each other up towards the end of the event all begin as leave the gun people to chop it up. Mock a criminal friend that will give the showed off his back that I'm trying to desperately pull out of that. Life is now giving the state troopers advice on switching out they triggers. We got something here because now that's how we're going to improve those police community relations all right so I once got in trouble because I made the statement that if I they say get in trouble I mean the press which could care less about What I made the statement that if I made a list of one hundred things that were negatively impacting the black community? A top one hundred lists police brutality. Would it make it and I stand by that statement right. So I find that this. The conversation surrounding You Know Oh Colin Kaepernick the kneeling and all that stuff actually creates more problems than it solves. I mean literally die. It would be above police brutality. Right when we know the number one killer in America Erica heart heart disease right and we know eating habits and wait and all these issues that would be a bigger problem facing black America. Medical mistakes would be the bigger problem. We know quarter million a year way. More people that die by mistakes that happen in the police through the police borough are being killed by doctors. There's by accident when something goes wrong medically we don't see any protests or riots about that. Why is not sexy? It don't it. Don't like excel newspapers. Don't get ad revenues poppet ratios and like calling race doesn't necessarily sell calling things James Racist cells ignoring the things that are actually racist when you have a because again for me it was from our conversation with black madams always tyranny. I don't care which Melanin content is if law enforcement officers are killing the people. Our founding and father's wasn't with that it was Yo- you respect the people like the whole thing starts we the people like not like y'all can we kind of like I please. Have you know what I mean. And so for me to compensation was never i. Don't care what white homes that got killed and it's like I've been beat up by police and I'm not gonNA pretend like that bias and that media training telling dudes that the black dude in the hood is the bad guy it exists. There's there's a small section of media that wants the Tower of Babel. Well I mean a small section I I was trying to figure you're out turning on TV now because we had already talks about winslow's what we grew up watching turning on TV now. How are we presenting ourselves on? I can't find positive black. TV anywhere the number one show in Black America is love and hip hop right. That's about strippers rappers. Trying to make it in in the music industry gang bangers fights so how can we be surprised when you're dealing if there is a person who has no experience within the black didn't come from a black family. We didn't grow up in the hood or projects goes into that community. And you don't know what to expect you. You are going to rely on what you've been trained to believe. Is The community community that the media told you did the same thing. The first time I went to a country club but I had never been there. I I went there. I was like this is going to be stuffy right. People are going to be tons of spoons and forks. Yeah my my instantly. I said whatever the media says no I'M GONNA be walking into. That's normal behavior so we do have a responsibility ability to be careful of how we're allowing the media to portray US overwhelmingly. I think that's overwhelmingly negative. I think Noah's overwhelmingly negative and I think that that even if if tight back to cabinet the first explanation that he gave so it's two things I was white cat until a certain point or that and I'm using him the like the thing right. I was with you when I explained it. This is not about disrespecting the flag this is about that. And that's your reason as you have that right to say that we lost me. Was You allow somebody else the media to hijack your messaging and he was running around. You didn't help running around pigs on your socks because even help do then you can't say talk out of both sides you're right then you can't say and I know some of my friends GonNa be mad for me. I capps born day was last week sometime. You also can't say I'm GONNA fight this. I'm going to find someone to fight this. Can you take the bag of money. I have to maintain and keep that same energy. I'm objective on criticism. I'm going to criticize when Chris. This is criticism. These needs to happen. And I'm going to applaud you when it needs to happen. I think it was brave of him to do this thing but I think he didn't. He didn't really.

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"maj. i" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

12:04 min | 11 months ago

"maj. i" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"But I do entry and then I'll introduce you. How do you want me to see the founder of black guns matter anything else just awesome awesome and just awesome? uh-huh all right okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the Canvas Owen. Show and I want to talk about the Second Amendment unman because it always seems to be debated in America which is strange considering the founding of this country here to discuss all things Second Amendment with with me. I am sitting with Mosh to ray welcome to the Kansas Owen. Show up show excited to have view here. You are the founder of an organization called black guns matter which I will take to be a play off of black lives ladder. Might correct in that. Absolutely tell me about it so one. When we started this organization at the time was Twenty fifteen going into twenty sixteen into the presidential elections? We kept seat seat. We kept hearing about black lives matter. I think where they were coming from first of all. I knew the origin of that organization the Ferguson Movement and so that Movement mm-hmm it actually got co opted. The founders of black lives matter wound up selling Google gave him like a half a million dollars and all these different things now. Whatever gets you money? I'm not tripping at the end of the day though I don't really need I don't care if somebody else thinks my life matters. I would you think I don't care about by black guns protect my life. They eight protect children. They protect my family loved ones and so for me it was like everyone was like. Oh we the voters registration drive around that time I was. We need licensed to carry drive because all my friends catcher possession charges you know and so we were. y'All let's do an event called black guns matter and was black guns matter was supposed to be one event and we did the event way too. Many people came Wade so many people and they were like People from Brooklyn was Philly from Brooklyn Jersey. Yeah how I get my license to carrying like I uni different municipality and so that made us think like Yo. People really generally don't know how to do it. Lawfully how to and then we can change the laws because I believe that a tremendous amount of them are very unconstitutional but We would just like we do like thirteenth. Cities like thirteen. Columns list was raised. Twenty five grand on go fund me and this is do it we did it and we started getting bombarded with emails from people. Say like Yo you you horrible. I don't care about the people. I'm like Bro. I just like gave away twenty five grand to do this to keep the classes free and so we kept going. We did a fifty state tour. Then we finish that and thought we was GonNa be done your horrible because you only want to big cities you didn't come to small towns. Why don't we just raise the goal? The goal went from twenty five grand to one hundred grants to fifty million dollars and everybody was like no. I'm I'm like nobody even think anybody's GonNa give a hundred and so that's where we at now. So that was the roundabout way of saying. That's how we started but it's definitely a play on black. Lives matter if you believe that your black life matters or if you as a European American whatever spanish-american if you believe that black lives or whatever life matters you should have the means means to defend them now. This is interesting so you did this. Ju said during twenty two thousand fifteen and I remember during that time. There was a lot of rhetoric talking about having guns way. We actually still see that today as platform many politicians think that we should be moving the opposite direction. You forget black guns white gun suspended guns but there's this big call. All of sadness say that all of the guns need to come back. There should be a buy back program from the government. How do you respond to that? So one that people saying that aren't really anti gun. They more 'cause I'm not really a gun dude. I'm a freedom. Do you know. And so those people saying that they fall into two categories. One they have no information about the constitution. The bill of Rights the declaration independence American history and in that if they don't have any understanding of American history probably don't have understanding a world history every time there's been in a d arming of the population not long after there's been you know massacres looking at Venezuela you're looking at you know now you're looking at all of these different places. That's that's just I don't care what ethnicity you that is world history so those people are ignited at in that caveat. That ignorance runs in alignment with their ignorance of firearms to so when you hear a guy saying this is the fully loaded clip this is the Blah Blah Blah. You know what you're talking about. so that's that ignorant person the other person that's pushing therefore very anti our freedom agendas are very racist. Art like control freaks that want people to do exactly what they WANNA do. It's like I don't have to do what you want me to do. If I'm strapped. I'm willing to die about mine. And I think there's nothing more patriotic in American in that I think that the problem becomes uh-huh they're targeting or they had been targeting massive urban areas because those are the biggest amounts population gun control is not about safety gun control patrol in any politician that says litmus test if they not done with the Second Amendment they don't understand the constitution of the bill of rights. Gun Control is not about safety or or preserve in life or improving Americans quality. Life is about control flat out. That's why it's always in urban centers where there's always the most amount of Melanin beings that is not an accident all gun control from its origin to its inception to its manifestation to its execution is racist all of it. Okay well and let me play. Let me play devil's advocate here. Everything that you're saying it's a bit insensitive to say that when we have so many people that are fearful to send their children to school cool because once you say that anybody can get armed. What you're doing is you're threatening these young kids who are going to school who are now wearing clear backpacks because of mass shootings? How how can you stand on this platform given this huge dilemma? That we're having an America with so much gun violence so to fall today. So when Adele the devil shows up and has an advocate to I love it. One is statistically incorrect mass shootings account for less than now. Let me be very clear for saints. I don't care who dies. How many people die if idiot with a firearm killing people I would love so for somebody to be there supportable right in their face? I I'm going to be very clear about that with that. Being the case in defense of life and liberty with that being the case of one person dies in a mass shooting or the definition of it. that's too many on top of that. The mass shootings is that mass media talks about they make up for less than one percent of all deaths all the time then they forget to also neglect to mention that. This mass shooting problem problem that they're talking about it started to spike under legislation that was created by Joe Biden Gun free zones were created in one thousand nine hundred ninety by Joe Biden. They became into law by Bill. Clinton under that whole lock the black people up Clinton crime bill stuff. And since then since gun-free zones were enacted over ninety percent of those mass shootings are in gun-free zones. So you're saying criminals don't respect signs that say gun-free zones. Who would of knew? ooh that's that's a really bizarre. It's like it's so rude of them to not see the sign and be like guys we can't shoot it up and you know what I'm GonNa commit a crime with this says no crime clearly. I'm tripping right you know what I'm saying and so the problem is it's been the left has way better. Pr Didn't we do on the right. They have to because they don't have substance you gotta hit them with the Flash Bang. You don't have no actual facts and data so they're very good at manipulating the stats. They'll say thirty forty thousand deaths. A year are unrelated. Neglecting the fact that sixty percent of those are suicides neglecting electing the fact that all of those mass shooters talking about the vast majority of those guys are on Psych meds. But we can't have a conversation about the pharmaceuticals and I'm big into having the conversation on the pharmaceuticals. I always say when there is a mass shooting. I think it's one of the biggest contributors that nobody is talking about with just mental health. And I mean just being Just growing up and seeing how quickly doctors are willing to prescribe you anything. I always tell the story of. I had a really bad break up when I was in college and I thought my entire world was ending. I went to the doctor and I was crying really really hard. I was eighteen years old and he was like xanax. I was like Joe. Wow chocolate and my some Zanex for a break-up so I know exactly what you're talking about and you're right. It's a conversation that people are not comfortable having because we live in a society. It is very unique to American society. That over prescribes for absolutely everything. Now I want to switch here now question. Black guns matter MHM somebody might say that black guns actually an issue right now in America because we have people that represent thirteen percent of the population committing over forty percent end of all homicides every year gun violence black on black crime is huge over ninety. Four percent of black Americans that are killed are killed by other black people do you not. What's your organization as feeding the problem as opposed to helping it absolutely not? We solved the problem. And that's that's scalable. We've we've done research data for example. That's twenty fifteen. It's when sixteen before we started the actual tour going to different cities for black guns matter. We did the bulk of our classes in Philadelphia at the same location but the vast majority of firearm safety conflict resolution so the whole year of two thousand sixteen goes by two thousand seventeen happens the stats come out for Twenty Sixteen Philadelphia for you had the lowest violent crime that had had since nineteen seventy nine. I moved to Chicago for a month. Twenty eighteen just to do conflict resolution. No the gun related the goal. Was We go here. I think it might have been Labor Day or Memorial Day which traditionally like a really bloody weekend in Chicago. I stayed there for month. Just handed ended up conflict resolution. Kits southside nighttime. No cameras no nothing that weekends no homicides the areas where there is less respect for for the second amendment that means they create more legislation. The legislation is what makes it safe for the bag. Because it's like one a noted. I'm the bag out most the all good guys. Nobody's GonNa Return Fi it as number one number two the people that do have firearms. Whichever way to give them some people lawfully some people unlawfully but their incentive is to protect themselves now? Because it's a taboo conversation especially in the hood you're not GonNa you go ranger GonNa go to jail so you don't have that conversation the station now. You're not getting educated. Now you leave you firearm around because the movie sold you you supposed to leave it under the pillow now. You don't know anything about proper firearm storage. Now when we have that three year role will that shoes themselves in the face. Because that's how most children do at the gun is not their fingers aren't large enough so they turned back with thumbs can grab it. And that's what he shoot themselves in the face most arms because you didn't want to be educated about it because you thought it was taboo because we opened up the compensation and the early in the nineties. The Nation had serious serious problems with teen. Pregnancy is all over the place. We didn't like band sex. We didn't know thankfully in hot girls in my den. We didn't ban sex. We had conversations about educating people teen pregnancy drugs. The problem is to have the conversation about firearm safety. It's a Pandora's box for someone tyrants because if I opened this conversation about education and not making it taboo and more people are understanding that the rabbit hole is now declaration.

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Fun Facts About Christmas Carols

Classics for Kids

04:09 min | 11 months ago

Fun Facts About Christmas Carols

"Not all pieces. That use Christmas Ms Carols were meant to be played at Christmas time when he composed music for a play called Lila's the woman from ro a city in France. George borrowed an old French Christmas. Carol called the March of the three kings the three kings feature in another piece that uses a Christmas Carol Auto Reno you know risky composed a musical description of three paintings by Italian renaissance artist. Sandro Botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the Maj I in addition to the Gye the three kings. The painting shows a huge crowd gathered to admire the baby. Jesus to set the scene recipe gay quotes the old church chant. Benny Benny Emanuel which you know as the Carroll O.. Come oh come Emmanuel The Germans have a Christmas Carol Lullaby in which Mary Sings. Joseph Dearest Joseph Mine asking for help rocking rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes Brahms used a bit of that Carol. To open a song he wrote in honor of another baby the son of his good friend. Joseph or four Yosef in German Yawkey Brahms like the inside joke the to Joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the viola walk Otto Nicolai put the Carol from human known in English as from heaven above to Earth High Com into his Christmas overture and Johann. Sebastian Bach used that Carol in a set of organ variations. There's also a Christmas carol with music by Ahah classical composer. Even though that's not what he originally intended for Felix Mendelssohn wrote a Song Celebrating Yohannes Gutenberg. The man who invented invented the movable type printing press but Mendelssohn didn't like the words to the song which were by somebody else so he told his publisher to find another use for his music music. He thought it might be good for weddings but not for anything. Really religious. After Mendelssohn died someone in England discovered that the music like went perfectly with a poem by Charles Wesley. The brother of John Wesley who founded methodism. Ah

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Fabulous Fabre Breaks Enable's Heart: Paris Longchamp Review

The Final Furlong Podcast

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Fabulous Fabre Breaks Enable's Heart: Paris Longchamp Review

"Before we get the analysis from everybody just listen back to the dulcet tones of the commentator as enabled bid for history only to be stopped by the French lock detailed and magic come comfortably through guy off his folded look at enable he's chasing magical doubt success in Japan under pressure on the near side and hey goes frank healed enable but salts acids matching strides with Japan on the nearside vowed coast behind those people now goes by a couple of links vowed guys on the near side as Paul Success it's a naval in Frankie dettori flout guys to get him down and they both felt geist telcos comes filed guys it didn't win it from a Naval Second Sought Saas Win Kim bean this is going to be history in the making too all of a sudden heartbreak and yet at the same time a huge admiration for VOLCIC's we'll deal with him first of all because to the winner goes the spoils Jane the spring that was plugging the audio from air to ensure that there would be no interference to the throw things you get on the back of a door that you notice three things clearly it works brilliantly macbook macbook any way to be fair he is a very high class group one horse it did look though able was about to win he's stayed on very very strongly to get there he was an unlucky fourth in the race last year Jane being there watching it what was the experience like what it was like leaving the balloon there was an Arabian race just before the Ark and we decided we would stay we would watch that race from the stands report for a solid Turkey five minutes so we could hold our positions for the are and when we went to a at even at that stage to find a cease was it was a difficult thing you know everybody was trying to get vantage point as best they code and everybody was in team because you could feel even when she paraded pre ace like the the crowd erupted into applause when when she walked out in front of the sand it was like being I've never been at Wimbledon Serena Williams laser federal or one of the that's what it felt like and it was smoke we have to talk with winner I I think the tactics of the race for fascinating if you want backlog geist was hired off the Brighton for the first four furlongs race which really reflects the pace that was on Frankie you see usually there is pace on in an arc but it's usually set by pacemakers and you can comfortably live pacemaker off flavor six lengths because you're you know you're you're thinking they're going to come back for when you have a heartache magical whatever the magic going forward you cannot afford give her silence so I think Frankie was was aware of that and he sat closer to the pace on on a hot pace than he probably would ideally do he turned in and he did exactly what he did last year Vagelos at this stage is after you know getting a chance to find these fees and unable cakes eighteen hundred meters is also a furlong Hafthoz Frankie goes for home remembering no I don't think any winter came up the ray all day it was extremely testing ground heavy ground and she just the last fifty yard started to swim and that's where guys outstayed her essentially outstayed her he's a bottle hardened Asahara Sandra five does not persevere with horses into their five-year-old career I'm put him in an arc every year so full credit to him he's really J- Anyway and he's really admirable than that he runs straight and true for his Reuter every time and he he turns up in all those group ones King George Prix Ganay I think the fourth or fifth Fifth Group One so full credit to him and he's connections because he's a home bread and I'm sure the amland contingent tweet grace satisfaction from this the I I swear to God when when we were in in the in the stands when she got passed it was like somebody just ghost was you could see combing you could see this she was she was reading altered last fifty yards Frankie put his whip down and he nursed her home because he he knew she was be and rightly so when she came back stands erupted again and she got as much of a rough option is if she had won the race just before we go into full detail of Volkov and enable you were talking about the atmosphere and I thought and look at that aces that we do this podcast for so I have no obligation to pick up Scott sports racing but fairplay to the Metro Dade did a brilliant job and it was like being at Perry Longchamp but one of the things that was really taking and I'm sure it was a struggle to get a seat in the stands was the crowd erupting into darts chant of Oh Frankie needed to worry as enable comes along before the race like it just seemed to be an electric atmosphere and I'm sure or that as you said people then burst into applause again to appreciate our that explanation that you gave first of all that description of like sucking the APP is fear out of the room when she got beaten because that's the only way you can describe it because it looks for all the world like she's going to win and she's going to do it in style and then all of a sudden down the outside kind of Vanessa and indeed Kevin in an article predicted it just didn't quite happen for her that atmosphere was was probably a bit of a surreal want to to be there for Jane but at the same time I imagine that's going to be something that sticks with you for longtime. Yeah I suppose look we it's racing and the record Norris has done it three times for reason it's just extremely hard to do and enable I say the tactics maybe didn't work to her favor she still has confirmed her former Maj go and has beaten the two best euros around and success and fun but it just a heavy race that evolved is he was able to be off the bright and for the first half or half mile of the race and still have the Kness and tenacity to finish as he he you know as finishes strong as he did so you know I can't take the credit away from him I did there was such I know the AC is an international race anyway with the Japanese contingent there there was Irish over obviously to see a neighbor Cassia Japan and Mexico but yes no matter what comp you're in you wouldn't have minded finishing second to enable how'd you backed Wagner iced you wouldn't have minded finishing second to enable you know it was just one of those rare regular days and she put up a massive performance I kind of I own degree with people going straight up to Johnson straight off grace will she be retired or she stood Iran an unbelievable race in the best race in Europe so you know you can't take that away from her that's ass around really well I tossed quicken dope I thought he was going to be buying they're just didn't have the class of the two in front in Japan ran a good race as well from coming off the pace and you know it was just it was tough to see her piece for us you know whatever they decide to do kind God's these two five year old state and training because if the neighbor retired last year involved guys went off to stowed you'd be saying Jeez let SAS in Japan under outstanding tree rows put no these five-year-old's have stayed in training and they have once again ruled the Roost Crystal Ocean and herself did in the King George they said saviour and they made sure that the tree rows don't get false credit you know they they've kept our hi kate that's something that jungles it's been very keen to emphasize several times in the podcast he's talked about how he did hilariously attempting Hello french-style accent for for an interview it's sports racing but with the French broadcaster where he talks about how enabled us to five year old and Stratovarius as an older horse that this is the real physical peak this is where you really get to see a flat horse showcase themselves but these two five year olds have have ended up coming clear of everything else Zain of put on some show you're like me watching it at home you did have the nice cushion of having back vulcanized so congratulations thank you yeah but you also gotta though that enabled up eaten but to deal with with Volk is first of all these first time to beat her and as we've mentioned on the podcast several times he's never one outside of France whether this is an apparition I I don't know but he's been given a brilliant campaign by the report on the biggest day of all it it all came

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Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?

"The results of the federal election held in a stray Lee. This past weekend was one delighted the country's bookmakers except the one betting firm regarded the thing as such a foregone conclusion that they paid out on victory by the opposition labor party before vote was counted. Believed in miracles. And tonight we've been delivered in the what. Not for the first time in recent memory, the electorate of a western democracy declining to do as pundits and posters. Had confidently predicted a stray Lia returned to office, the conservative liberal national party coalition, led by incumbent prime minister Scott Morrison, despite more than three years of polling showing a consistent lead for the labor party led by Bill shorten. I, I. And we'll wanting to hold out of the also, it's obviously not all of them. It is, perhaps, tempting four to cast Morrison's, unlikely victory as yet, another populace tantrum thrown by these spoilt, people of a wealthy and orderly nation comparable with the Brexit vote of two thousand sixteen the election of Donald Trump the same year and the handing the reins of power in several European countries and regions to sorted varieties of cowboy. But this is not that the result of the two thousand nineteen Australian federal election is instead, something of a political paradox, being both surprising and predictable. It is surprising inasmuch as nobody expected it, at least not this time, but predictable in the sense that it is the nineteenth occasions since the end of World War, Two on which ustralia has elected, the liberal party and its conservative coalition partners, far from being another furious, incoherent tipping over of the tables, this may have been a rare vote for steady as she goes business as usual looked at like that. When contemplating the global context, it might even be vaguely reassuring. Which brings us to the question of what kind of prime minister Scott Morrison will be not before Saturday question that many thought even worth asking Morrison became prime minister in a party room coup only last August, and it was widely suspected that he was destined to be remembered if at all, only by these setters of pub, quizzes seeking to start arguments among competing teams over the identity of strenuous, twenty fifth florist serving prime minister. Instead Morrison finds himself with a full three year term ahead of him and every chance of being the first Austrailia and prime minister to complete one for more than a decade. This is not just due to the against the odds victory Morrison one at the weekend. But the manner of it Morrison whose pre politics background walls in marketing substantially sidelined, the rest of his front bench and may Delek Shen all about him hoping that he's slightly labored, persona of an awkward Ernest suburban dad would connect of let a few things about the prime minister of the last couple of days of whipped up on this visit that we've both chosen well, in terms of MRs body Miranda, and gin you, and I, maybe punching a bit above are white, but nevertheless, that the tactic worked is self evident, but Morrison will not necessarily find the going easy from here, though his win on Saturday was remarkable. It was also close and on a few key issues. Morrison is comfortably in minority among his fellow Australians. He is a Pentecostal Christian and instinctive social conservative. Not a common outlook in a largely secular and increasingly small l liberal country and Morrison is if not an outright climate change skeptic, then a climate change equivocated who now finds himself leading a people who consistently list the environment among the most pressing concerns. This seems to have been one of the reasons though the list of possibilities on this front is not short. Why the voters of were ringer, a hitherto, solid liberal seat on the proverbially, prosperous, north shore of Sydney dumped their long-serving MP, and former liberal, prime minister and big weirdo, Tony Abbott. It doesn't hurt to lose, but sided I'd rather be a loser and quit. Perhaps more interesting question than how the liberal party and Scott Morrison won this election is the one asking how the labor party and Bill shorten lost the supposedly on lose -able. They may have been an answer. In the notably bipartisan national mourning prompted by the death a couple of days before polls opened of Bob Hawke, one of shortens predescessors, as leader of the labour party and prime minister of stray Leah from nineteen eighty three to nineteen ninety one this government, Mr Speaker has the resources that talent and the skill maj, this dramatic vices better, and stronger, and even more prepared to put the interest of the ordinary threat in the country. Was by any measure, a substantial prime minister, but he was also a supreme political communicator, who understood the country needs to see something potential leader of what it is, or what it wishes to become in a stray Lia the liberal party traditionally offers the status quo labor. The vision Bill shorten in the estimate of a majority of the stray Leah's voters offered, neither his successor as leader of the labour party has both need and an opportunity to think big. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Miller.

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Alice Johnson embracing newfound freedom after two decades behind bars

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Alice Johnson embracing newfound freedom after two decades behind bars

"Have to tell jet blue forty eight hours in advance if they'll be traveling with a support animal and they must accept liability if the animal hurts someone or damages property the liability clauses similar to one at united airlines and tougher than wording on american and delta forums unlike service animals such as guide dogs support animals need no special training israel isn't happy about argentina's decision to cancel worldcom's warmer maj israel was eagerly awaiting the sold out international friendly and the arrival of some of the world's best players argentina is one of the most popular national teams among israelis and fans had been scrambling to get a chance to see star lino messy in person but now some of the country's leaders accused messy and his teammates of caving to terrorism following pro palestinian protests the protest included images of argentina's white and sky blue stripe jesse stained with red paint resembling blood and threats to burn massey posters after that argentina's football federation announced it was skipping the event prime minister benjamin netanyahu code argentina's president and urged him to intervene but he didn't have any luck on wednesday israel sports ministry said a negotiation about the match was underway perhaps in hopes of salvaging it but gave no further details after her life sentence was commuted by president trump and she was released from federal prison alice marie johnson appeared on national tv johnson who sixty three and spent more than two decades behind bars in alabama on a drug conviction had her 'cause taken up by reality tv star kim kardashian johnson appeared thursday on nbc's today show we have connected she said that she felt something was she saw and hurt my story and i'm just so thankful for i can't explain it it's a miracle johnson says she'll now help others to get a second chance to try to magnify what has happened with me so that people will remember that there other people just like me who are non valid first time nonviolent offenders who pose no safety risk to their communities and having spent two decades behind bars she says she'll now truly appreciate her freedom i say that is going to be better because we are are going to appreciate every single moment that.

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