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"mossberg" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

10:38 min | 7 months ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"So many ways that this thing will get spread spread and there's a lot of things that's going to change they're going to force you into a cashless society. I'M GONNA force you into the money's too dirty. The money is too dirty and China cleaning the money and they've been cleaning the money here. You know you might not want to be exchanging cash with people based on what's happening right now so There's so many different things that we may do and may not realize they're really not as effective as we might. We might imagine right So the key is you got to be around people who are like you and it's not about how you react to the to the emergency use this corona virus now as a practice drill ashes though if right now everything crashed stock market crash. This civil unrest people are looting in the nave in the neighborhood You know the dollars unstable. The euro unstable the sterling is unstable the MAPLES. Whatever your Your currency is right. All of these things that are happening. Basically everything is hitting the fan. What happens in your neighborhood that you live in and we all live in different places so what you think about that what happens. You can look out your window and think about it. Which one of your neighbors can you rely on? I'm just giving you a second to think about it. Give me a second to look. Give me a second pink. Remember now the civil unrest stores are being looted homes being looted. And now you got. Maybe you live in a nice neighborhood but it. Maybe it's just a few blocks away. From where certain undesirable lives? Undesirables live. Now they're roaming through your neighborhood on the regular and the police don't really have the time that they're they're overtaxed now. They don't have the time to answer. Maybe nine one isn't even answering what police more concerned. They're taking all of their ammunition their weapons and the resources they have in their home defending their families. They're not even answering it the line now. You may have a pistol you know you may have some weapons in your home But you deal with maybe people who are not as prepared as you. Maybe you have small children. Maybe you have a husband or wife. That's not firearm trained. Then I even plugged in with what needs to happen You have multiple entrances to your house you know and you haven't really properly secure them You got a bunch of windows on your first floor that not properly secured. You see what happens now? What happens? CaN'T SHOOT? Everybody from every entrance. So what happens next you see so being around people who are like minded is your first line of Defense because the truth is there is strength in numbers and people who are looking to take advantage you. Are they going to target people who they see a a kind of isolated or maybe have homes that There's only a few people in there but If you are able to amass or even give the the perception of a large group then that might be enough to deter people from taking advantage of you with what it is. They may be intending. Also when you around groups people say we have groups of our new people we have five or six families and say hey. We're going to live around each other and we're going to prepare together. You got more hands now. Got More to actually get things done so instead of having one person you know looking for supplies and things like that now you got five people looking for food looking for and you know being able to move quicker because an situation like this. You need to be able to garden quickly. Pat Things quickly get water quickly. Maybe hunt for food quickly N N Cook quickly. You know encounter do those things and be able to utilize the extra bodies that you have around you also even now moments like this like I said. Let's use this as a fire drew right. Use it a fire drill in and we're surrounded by five or six four even three. I knew families. We can do some planning together. You know we got a community of people who understand what's happening in times that okay it's GonNa get worse. It's GonNa be more situations happening. This is not going to be last pandemic and I don't want to be caught with my pants down. So let's all together. Let's let's see what who has. What supplies maybe this one over here? Has You know. guarded. Maybe this one over here knows how to make bullets. They're they're into metallurgy. You know maybe this one over here has a as stream or well going in into the yard. This one over here has has a press. They compress week. Raza press oil. You know an and things like that you know this. One has carpentry still skills. This one has mechanic skills. This one has masonry skills you know. This was in the military for thirty years. You know in in knows how to secure space we just going on and on and on but you'll be able to be around people who if an event is triggered immediately everybody knows how to kind of jump into into place because on and everyone's holding their weight because I'm GonNa tell you when something happens whether it's his virus anything else. The last thing you want to see is what you know. You're securing in batten down the hatches for your family and everything and you put everything in place and you come into your living room in your quote unquote friend is in the eating. All the food you see. And that's really all they really they really bring is nothing but a liability so Getting around other people also gives you access to multiple location. Let's say if you've got five or six families and you know you say you know what for now we're going to double up. Maybe we'll take these five families and we're going to position ourselves. Within two houses overuse will use different houses to serve as different things. Maybe we'll just do the mechanics and this house will do things that are related to cooking in his house. Where do things that are related to medical in this house and stuff like that so it's important to make sure there's just rounding yourself with people who have a psychology like you do see for me something like this have only want to be around? I knew people. I don't WanNa be around other people who may have different kinds of intentions or may not understand the seriousness of the moment. You know and also I feel comfortable sharing resources and asking for resources from a network of people who are like me so now instead of one. Mossberg or a one shotgun now ten shotguns. You know maybe now instead of one pickup truck one four wheel drive vehicle. We've got four four wheel drive vehicles. You know So everyone could become a huge asset and we can kinda ban resources and supplies together whether it be you know well we got more water filtration. We have more firewood. You know we we have more skills. We've got more food. We got more shelter things like that and we can start kind of moving things to our advantage. Also this is the ability to have shifts so every something is constantly going on. You can work in shifts right. You can keep a twenty four hour rotation which is always good for having people on guard but also you can come up with a kind of a schedule. That's effective to make sure that you're always building defense and At the same time you always have something going on you know. There's always some while people were sleeping. Something working you know. Companionship is obviously a big thing. Because it's good to maintain your emotional balance. You know if you got you got somebody with a military experience even better or some medical experience special situation like this you know what can I do? What can I do to right right now? It's not just about being reactive. It's about asking yourself. Do I have a strong immune system? Do I know how to pull things out in nature to help me? What happens if there's a lights out or again like I said? The hospitals are strapped. You're going to be able to get all your medicine that you need. I mean we won't even bring up the The medicine for people who are mental patients. Who Need certain mates certain certain medicine to keep them balanced? We won't even get into that as a whole nother conversation but you have people who need certain medicines daily. They're on high blood medication blood thinners and things like that they need daily in order to survive is saying so. You're able to really Kinda Queer yourself now. Hey you know what what is my current state you know what is my current state and if I do have to go get something. How safe in my doing do I have a good amount of able bodied men? Who can help me? Scout for things. We can help me forward For different herbs or oils or supplies that. I may need knowing that okay if I leave in a head out. I'm not gonNA come back to someone who's taken over my home you know or I'll I'll even do to get back is another concern right so your greatest defense right now against the corona virus is collective work and responsibility Jima. That is your greatest defense in. If you're going to wait until something's happening to prepare you go down what everyone else. You'RE GONNA go down right now. You need to be loading up on elderberry right now. You need to be loading up on Oregano. Oil is and understanding the value of Oregano oil..

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God In Critical Condition

The Topical

01:55 min | 7 months ago

God In Critical Condition

"Millions Express concern. Today is the Lord God Maker of Heaven and Earth was rushed to the hospital after accidentally shooting himself while cleaning his gun. Opr's afterlife correspondent thaddeus Lawson joins us now. Then let's get to it. Is God going to survive this accident? Leslie I'm standing outside. The Mayo Clinic. Were just moments ago. Doctors have assured us that following surgery. God's condition is stabilising. He's currently under observation. Doctors say as of now the wounds do not appear to be life threatening. That's a relief. Do we know what happened. Authorities believed that God's shot himself in the thigh while cleaning his Beretta nine millimeter semiautomatic pistol. Witnesses reported hearing a loud gunshot at approximately seven forty five. Am Heaven Standard. Time followed by the king of kings stumbling interview clutching his leg and shouting. Oh Fuck Oh shit. It hurts so bad. Well that's certainly concerning but it sounds like it could have been a lot worse. Oh absolutely as you know. God is a major gun collector. And if he had been cleaning his AK or his Mossberg five hundred the Almighty's injuries could have been far more serious. Dr Heidi Snow was present for the surgery. Here's what she had to say. Fortunately God missed any major arteries and we were able to extract the bullet fairly routinely. There may be some permanent scarring on the leg but honestly it's a little hard to tell because he's just so so right now thaddeus got his obviously very high profile patient and the fact that he was hospitalized for a self inflicted. Gunshot wound sparked a national conversation about firearm safety. There are hundreds of fatalities from accidental. Gun deaths each year not even counting the celestial around. Do you have any advice for our listeners? On how to avoid an accident like this yes responsible gun owners are reminded to always double check to make sure their firearm isn't loaded before cleaning it. In addition experts advise that you should never ever point the muzzle of a gun towards you whether you're the divine creator or so. When do we expect God will be released while as you know? God's a real fighter and we expect that there will be a relatively short recuperation time. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if we see him back out on. Heaven's shooting range in the next day or two. Well let's hope so. Thank you

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"mossberg" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

09:19 min | 8 months ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Gun Talk

"We're still here. You can't get rid of us. We're we're in Las Vegas about it. We are at the shot. Show the shooting hunting and outdoor trade show and just a little bit. We'll have more information about out the shot show got how big it is what it is how long it's been around all of that and also kind of the state of the industry because it is the firearms industry it has its ups and downs and we we had some huge ups running in toward the Obama Administration then when president trump was elected to kind of went down people cyber leave and and so I mean gun sales went down but we'll find out there actually back up. I think this year number two just saw second best ever you know next to that crazy year we had so it's good talking to people here at the show. They go yet. Traffic people walk around the show might be a little bit down but sales are up. So we're looking at maybe a really good twenty tourney for the firearms industry. We'll also have some news. That actually broke today as we're doing this on Thursday that let's see import export controls firearms have been switched over. This is the trump administration switched over from the State Department to the Commerce Department so exporting guns gun manufacturers is going to be much easier to obviously exporting to friendly countries that kind of thing but this is a huge deal that most people will never know but this is the second amendment gun thing. The trump administration did it took several years to make it happen in the national shooting. Sports Foundation was right there pushing this all the way. They have a lot of that information in just a few minutes right now visiting where they're good for Linda Powell Linden I've been friends for a long time. We've hunted together. All our shot Steph. We would just down at gunsight introducing some new products for Mossberg. Right you got I look at them. I look at them and we talked about it. We actually recorded a podcast. It's a lot of people have heard at this point talking about the new pistol but remember no we did not have the information then about the shotgun and then when I come to shot show here we are and I'm looking at the journal Flyer here. You didn't do those two. You got a whole bunch of new stuff. Now we're not sitting back on our laurels. Mossberg is a very diverse company. We offer handguns and guns. Rifles shotguns and we continue to spend all the lines traditionally people thought of Mossberg GonNa Company. Yes but you've actually been a big rifle the company for a long time. But I'm not sure you actually got credit for it now except that it takes a while to build a reputation when you've gone up against companies. Maybe that have had rifles for one hundred or two hundred. You know but we're plugging away and I'm really proud of our bolt action rifle category and I think we're making headway. People are taking a different look at Mossberg Birkenau consistently the one comment. I've heard over and over again. You know it's not the Mossberg of old well that's certainly true. I mean we were out at gunsight got to shoot the the new pistol the double stack. I would just tell you. Surprise people with that pistol. Tell people about it till what it is south last year obviously reintroduced the MC one. SC subcompact nine. Millimeter came not magazines. Six and seven round for me it was an ideal conceal. Carry Gun but at some of the feedback we got was limited capacity so we actually this year bring out the MC to see compact so yes it slightly larger little longer barrel length of three point nine versus three point four but the big thing is we actually went to a metal magazine. So so we're able to get a more slender profile and increase the capacity into a double stack. So now you get a nine millimeter with thirteen and a fifteen round capacity magazines. The the pistol still feels like a single missile exactly. It's still has the same width almost identical. I think the MC one is like one point three re inches and the MC to one point one so in your hand you really won't notice any significant difference in the way that it feels and fits but the plastic mastic Polymer magazine has to have thicker walls to get the strength. When you go to the metal you can go with thinner? Walls still have the strength which allows you room inside inside the magazine for more ammo. Hello that's pretty smart. Yeah I like that people have asked me you know. What do you think? I'll just tell you I get to shoot everything everything right and you know when I was shooting at their I told you this is a no kitten I would bet my life on it curious gun. This is one of the best shoot and Carey guns. That's out there and that's good enough but I think my over the top reaction was because I I hate to say this. I didn't expect it from us. So we like to pleasantly surprise you like that and so that reinforcement. What you just said is what we love to hear? People are pleasantly surprised. Once they shoot at once they carry it. I think we've we've done it right. We really listened listened to the market and what people are looking for and we designed a gun that fits it's reliable. It's easy to carry and enforceable price actually seeing the changes here on the guns some of them that we recommended. We were doing some fine tuning out there. You had all these gun writers and people involved at gun sight sight. And we're saying well you know if you did this little thing. If you made this magazine catch you. May that just a little bit smaller here and you gotta listen. And that's one of the things I really appreciate. Love about. Mossberg were very receptive to that feedback listening to customers in the case of media but also our customers I bright and trying to incorporate the changes that will positively enhance the product. Whether it's an ice pistol. I mean it really is an incident. What's The peon suggestion? Retails Retail's four ninety which we think that means it'll be down in that four twenty rain probably Boorda quarter something like that very nice pistol okay. The other thing I shout out there. We'll do do that and then we'll go to some of these others is the brand new competition shotgun and we had Jerry Mitchell out there shooting it which is like that so much fun and Elena shooting so tell them what this well. This to me is extremely exciting. We've had our non thirty semiotics for years. And as you said Jerry. Lena been shooting that but Jerry probably made a few modifications to his own gun will modify them to the point where they won't operate and then say okay. That may have been just a little bit too far. But but he is lightning them and smoothing them and I mean he can't leave well enough alone now. But what's the beauty of that is because shooting for us he. He and Lena brought their shotguns into our engineers about two years ago and we actually physically got to look at their guns and the changes they may and we started designing and developing the new non. Forty jam what you really did. took their race guns. Yes the way. They then went back and made their race guns correct so the jam pro rattled box has all the aftermarket accessories that you need to start competing. We're going to have to do anything what I'm most excited about. This incorporated the new gas system design so previous shotguns and semiotics in general pretty maintenance intensive meaning. You have to clean them or they don't run. They'll stop running on our nine thirty already. We typically recommend two hundred fifty rounds. And then you need to clean it on the Non Forty Jan Cro fifteen hundred rounds before you need to clean it way way up from recommending cleaning at two hundred fifty rounds to fifteen hundred ground. How well new gas system designed part of? That's in the Piston. But it also also I'm gonNA reference it like a collar that's on the tube that helps to remove carbon buildup it's also kind of stepped and fitted so it allows for gasses and moisture to escape so it's a little bit of a self cleaning type mechanism. I mean really is I mean for me. I'm sold because I laugh and tell people I work for gun company so then my gets dirty I can just simply turn it in and get another guy. I hate to clean all right so this is at this point. This is a competition God. Are we going to see this. Come out another version. That's what's really exciting to me to you know again you know. I'm an avid hunter. It's personally I'm thinking man. I want that gun right. So we're anticipating that in August will be ready to start shipping waterfowl version as we roll into next year obviously ASLI sporting general field guns Turkey guns so having a new system really makes sense the other thing. I WANNA point out on this because it's really important to me. The length of pool is adjustable. This on the non thirty simply because of the return spring being the stock. There wasn't an option for that. Oh okay so the non forty. She has actual inserts users in there. You can change the length of pull from thirteen to fourteen a quarter inches. Plus you still have your your drop and Tom Pitch Cans. Yes yes adjustment. So you can. Custom fit the gun to you. Perfect all right hold. That thought. We'll take a quick break. We'll go to some of these other ones because you you guys just been so busy. We have other multiple guns to talk about. Hey everybody we're at the shot show. We're in the criminal traits booth Nice people. Let us hanging out.

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"mossberg" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Twenty or thirty Round Mad. I hear you I love what you do. Here's what you do carry on. Do all this stuff and then give give us a call back and give us a range of because now I'm curious I'm just like I say I've never heard of that before using cast bullets Ar. I'm curious how it works so we'll do do that. Let's say Jan.. We probably don't have time to put an okay. Paul Don going to pull you into the after show because we're going to talk about a Christmas present for for himself and also would love to get you wade in or way in both you can do both on the after show with us which will be coming along and just a the second. Call us at eight six six. Talk Gun I'm thinking about Christmas presents and drives some people crazy. But yeah what guns for. Kids is a good idea whether it's a Red Ryder. Bb Gun we're talking about Ceesay twenty two. The other day are excellent but earlier in the show Smith and Wesson has the Little Air Twenty twos which are gray got this collapsible stocks. They're just really cool. And of course with all all of that. Comes your time spending time with youngsters teaching them to shoot making sure those guns by the way are absolutely no kidding. Locked up so they can't can't get to them when you're not there. But the responsibility that comes from giving the responsibility of trusting them while you're you're there all the time is amazing back. If you have given or received guns as a Christmas present I would love to hear about that. You'd call me right now. Get talked about it during the after after show again eight six six. Talk Gun meantime when you're buying a gun for somebody by him. My lessons training at the same time. It's really worthwhile. Glad uh-huh shooting take somebody with you before on this codex craze next week..

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"mossberg" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Can identify these people ahead of time. You just have to to start listening and then you'd have to take action and when you're called to the place for owning see what's going on you have to have the guts to actually do something. Great Book Fly died on your reading mylar bottom junior under assistant deputy to the assistant director of Deputy Affairs for Department of Homeland Security for the special message for listeners of Tom. GRESHAM's gun talk. We know who you are. We know where you are there right by radio we have special cameras. That didn't seem to your radio. Live a special monitor. Built in denial luminary helmet. We are watching you. So don't try anything funny. Buster wouldn't do it. Wouldn't they have a thank you very much. I'm Tom Gresham here. Six Talk Gun show is called gun talk because well we talk about guns when we're talking about a lot of different things with us right now out of South Carolina Line for Peter. You gotTA arrange port for us in Tom and well not arrange report but about a year ago when I was listening to you You gotta fill on from surefire who said they were running a really special Christmas Sale on their side. Kick little pocket flashlights. And of course I jumped on on the Internet and it was a really super deal and bought up at full to us for Size When I try to say stuff stocking stuffers walking stuff but of course I kept one I charge it up and put it in my pocket and a year later? I have not yet had to recharge that now. I don't use it. You know every day probably two or three times a week on. pull it out when I drop something that rolls under a desk or walk out to the car at night and they need to light to find the the key hall for the gets ignition. But I I've been using it regularly for a little bit at a time and a year later. I have no not yet recharged it which to me most rechargeable things after month or two or three The dead what. Use them or not I'm really impressed that this is always ready to go. And it's been very handy. That's pretty typical of stuff. The surefire makes it's a higher quality. I'm looking at it online now. For those more look it up it's called the surefire sidekick. It is a key chain light but it is insanely bright. It's got three different settings and they're like low medium and high repair on. Hi It's crazy bright. My wife has one on her keychain and uses it all the time and I have to remind her to charge charge now. And then maybe I don't need to. Maybe maybe they recharge it so. US Recharging she can just plug it into a cell phone wall charger or something like that. God where do you keep you. Keep it on a keychain. No it's just loosen my pocket interesting part out wanted and it's I just jumped on Amazon and looking. They have the sheer fireside kick as he he looks like. Maybe this may be part of a cyber Monday deal. I'm not sure but it's twenty nine ninety nine with the prime delivery and I think we probably got him a little bit less than that back then. In a year ago that promotion but originally this was an eighty dollar light and it was eighty percents off for the promotion there right so still a twenty nine ninety five. It's a great light I. I'm a real fan of the micro USB charging thing you know what I've done. I don't know just thought for you because I have a phone charger set up in my car when I'm driving. I can plug my phone in and I just take an extra cable that has the USB mini plug. And I the plug. Flashlight and for these rechargeable flashlights. Like this and there were. I just can't top them off every now and then and I never think about it but yours is the most amazing report. The idea that you have a rechargeable flashlight that you have been charged in a year and it still works is incredible and you know and it's bright. It will hurt your eyes if you look into it at this point it's not like it's just a dim little yellow glow. It's still really bright and and I had let. Did you know that I was really impressed. Well I appreciate it. I appreciate you taking the time. And you know it's it's a good product from good company. I appreciate Adam. Jim Just in His daughter loves hers SIS. Great Christmas gift. Yes I agree. That's why I mentioned it. Hey you know you can Amazon's call the sheer fireside eight kick and it is. It's really good where we able to get Dan back. I had a phone problem there so I don't know if we have him back in you know what if we we do okay. Let's grab Dan On online too out of Tulsa Oklahoma. Hey Dan thank you for being with US sir. Yes Sir Missed your show on right after the Supreme Court decision on the running through here it yes I would like you to talk me off the ledge. Okay I can do that because I joined you. Right on the ledge there when that happened this was the case with Bushmaster. Where in Connecticut Wilmington Slash Bushmaster were sued after the newtown shootings holding them responsible and then.

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"mossberg" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"mossberg" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Don't know it was expensive walt mossberg tweeted the reason i notice he tweeted oh yeah my first review a v i phoned says his two thousand seven review is still up on the web at all things d a dot com he noted it would be very expensive four hundred ninety nine dollars okay five hundred dollars five hundred more then i then i had so expensive with a lot less modernizes her for tomorrow from oh totally i mean the though to be fair you were still in a contract like it wasn't subsidized subsequent years they sell it for one ninety nine ninety nine subsidized that case it wave not subsidize but you still have a contract it's fascinating reid a waltz review because on the one hand walt were smart enough to realize this is very important he said the guy for the headline is is a breakthrough handheld computer he understood right away this isn't a phone particularly a this is this is a computer a he says the phones minimum prices a hefty for ninety nine but people are already three days before the phone comes out and lining up outside apple stores stores two for when they go on sale friday evening one of the he said it's not a great phone again the beginning of the not such great phones i think it's funny that he talked about how thin it is and how big the screen it has largest and highest resolution screen of any smartphone we've seen in the most internal memory by for anybody remember how much time is four or eight eight limited you but like in the end up dropping a four gigabyte model 'cause they'd off the price within sixty days and there is a big cripple over that but they dropped the price really soon and they got rid of the four gigabyte option and then they added that spring before the three g n eight gigabyte a or a sixteen game right option if i remember right so it came in for you got four gigabytes of storage okay this is six hundred dollars but ache in front of his right exactly you're access battle i know it's making sense i'm like wait but that that off on price yeah no 'em all no support for three gee whiz edge only on tv network which meant was pig slow it didn't have cut and paste and most importantly didn't have an app store i remember when steve announced it he said oh you don't is all you need is the web eight amazon shuji be in all you needed was the weather here which was just made it definitely really painful i remember going to a meeting of some developers here in houston where someone had been to a session at apple where they had taught him how the program these web app and he was explaining this to them and they all said but it's to gene but it's to gene and we will and it was you know the the dams knew what was coming in that it was going to be a the the kind of things they had they were gonna have to do in order to make it even work did you have to wait in line to get it a joint or am i did not get one right away i waited till the three g a s a r or the cg but the one thing that i did do is i went and interviewed all these people in line even in houston if i remember right it was raining that i hear how they were out in with unbrella and intense and of course being a being used and it was really hot and rainy so it's like a sauna and i thought these people crazy breathing again from waltz review the phone is simply beautiful it's thinner can you get me on my phone somebody there the way i've got one here too yeah my phone in the back cupboards they're a in my a museum i found is simply beautiful it center the skinny samsung blackjack yet almost as entire surface is covered by a huge vivid three and a half inch display time that the fact of its capacity i mean that was so like i remember going with it and being like you know looking down at my at my trio and being like i hate you so much violently two things i remember from that first week or first few weeks with the ice own 'cause it was so slow that typing was a nightmare because three on that three and a half scream scream you know it's just tough but i remember were going into a home depot and i buy like this part an at something like.

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"mossberg" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"mossberg" Discussed on WTVN

"Hour three sixty five your Glock forty three and forty two now with forty three x forty eight. See the markets today. They went after that. I'm looking at a if this is an actual picture of it or if it's just a rendering. But it. Yeah. It falls right into that category. If you look at it. I mean, you could put all of those on a page and say these are all fairly similar, and the one thing I was saying about it rich is when you look at the picture, it looks like it could be a little chintzy. But I would imagine that when you see it in person, it probably is going to be a pretty nice little pistol. Well, the thing is when I contacted my buddy over at Mossberg now Peter would kill me because I would put your last name, but I can't. I won't even attempt to pronounce that one of the things that Peter ragged about was when they had five of the industry writers come down at test-fire that God. New gone that are viewed by writers. Let's face it. Their prototypes. They've Al functionary issues outside of the the king of polymer pistol. This gun went two thousand rounds without one single hit. Go with the five riders all were commenting about that's pretty impressive because I know a lot of writers. Limp wrist quite a bit. So, you know, that's problem. You know, and I've always been kind of a Remington fan when it comes to shock, but I might actually become a Mossberg person here too. If this thing turns out as an ISIS, it looks and sounds it's got a lot of features that are really unusual. I mean, it does the magazines for the first time, they're clear magazines. So you can take a look they're called clerk clear count power MAG. And that's pretty interesting. It's already got a melted slide, but do you know much about this safe take down system? It sounds like you can just remove the back end plate. And then. Just removed the striker from the from the handgun to take it apart. Exactly Augsburg has been opening about the use of breakdown a lot of guys that will compete against guac. And they'll always use the telling point you don't have to take the gun down. They always use it at the deli point. But once again Mossberg jumped on that board, and they're safe take down system, ensures note, trigger polls required for for this athlete. Wow. That's pretty so you don't have to remember if it's do I pull the trigger. Do I don't pull the trigger weight is just not coming apart. Well, then it's broken the strike around the back. And there you go. What else? What else are you seeing on the horizon that that you're interested in rich? Well, the one thing I've been saying for many many years is you know, what God is a gun bullet barrel. They're all the same. It's all the chassis. That drives it that drives up the buy. It looks dry our industry of it. Looks cool will buy it. What there is a company that is out of the Czech Republic. And I'll probably butcher their name. But it's called the live Liuhua, go L A, U, G, O, armed Czechoslovakia..

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Review of the latest apple products

The Vergecast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Review of the latest apple products

"Let me get a little bit broader know, they released two products last week, the I've had pro the macbook air. Do you think that this MAC book air, there's a sense of it where it's like, all right? This is what you wanted. You wouldn't listen to us. So you can have it like we put retina screen and touch ID of the Medicare. Great. This is what you please stop asking us for it. Or do you feel like these product lines are on disparate pass where they're both sincere products is something any sense? Yeah. It does make sense. I think they're on disparate pants. I think that apple took a long turn on the MAC a couple years ago. I think they tried to take their pro, you know, let me back up for second in general make this quick everybody. Who knows apple knows the history knows that Steve Jobs had this you. You know, four quadrant. Little grant, he drew pro consumer one laptop reach one desktop reach in those days. And I think what they did a couple years ago was to take the pro laptop and try to make it a tweeter back. That's when I when I reviewed it. I called it a Twitter they tried to make it kind of cover both the market that had been airs market and the market that had been the pros market. And I don't think either group of of customers was happy with it. And I think they're I I can't prove this. But I think there's been a reconsideration inside. Apple I don't know what else it will lead to. But you know, who would have expected them to redo the MAC, mini and the way they did also that was widely believed to be left for dead until very recently. So something has changed in their MAC policy might do think it's on its own course separate from. The ipad. You know, we can argue about what a good policy bad policy, but I think that's been their policy. I think they screwed up the MAC half of it. And I think they've now coming back. I assume there will be an arm MAC. I soon they'll be max with more new features than this MAC book air, but I do think they're they're separate. And I by the way, you all know that I'm a huge ipad fan as well. And I have an ipad pro and I do a ton of stuff on it. Yeah. I think the apple just had its earnings. We haven't gotten to deep into them. But either MAC revenue is a fifth of the iphone revenue. It's not a small number. But any means and uncontrolled Lee, you're always told me the MAC business would be like a fortune five hundred business all by itself. I checked it just a couple of days ago. And it's like almost twenty six billion which would be a fortune five hundred company. And so it's a serious business. This was at one time at least the most popular MAC, probably not at this moment because they left it so long, you know, to me, I was like the way some people in some cultures leave children babies. They don't want on the hillside die. I know it's rough. But you know, the world is rough. The hills are full of MAC minis. Okay. But you know, they introduced to max one is the quintessential consumer MAC that they've had immense success with finally, you know, kind of brought back to life, and the other was you know, what turns out to be almost entirely. I can't imagine consumers buying this particular MAC book. Many. It's really meant to the pro you've been a server game Ashini minister ver I don't think two years ago, if we been having this conversation, we predict either those things

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"mossberg" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Com slash aversion. Deeter? Yeah. You review the MAC Macaire. Did I have it in front of me right now staring at it staring at that little touch ID button staring at the screen cut the brightness cranked up to the absolute max because I'm in a bright room. I mean, I don't know quite where to start with a there's a lot of stuff to get into. We can talk about the processor. But to me, the most interesting place is I couldn't decide if I thought this was a twelve inch macbook blown up to thirteen inches or thirteen inch microprobe cheaper parts, a twelve twelve inch math whip blown up. I think it's a thirteen inch MAC book, which he purports I think it's both actually it's what I think. But I don't understand why apple didn't release us two years ago. I mean, that's the main thing I don't understand why it has the y series processor. That's just like kinda maxed out all the time. Yeah. Okay. So it's got a why Cerise processor? If you like heard the stuff, it's they powered seven Watson. So the standard five which means it can run a little bit faster. I think the fans are spinning up more than I expected on this thing, I think because processors running just a little bit hot. There are a bunch of other computers in very similar foreign factors that use the more powerful use series until chips and seemed to do okay on battery life. So did apple go with why? Because of cost do they go with why? Because of they think they can get better battery life out of it. Did they go with why? Because they actually are not that impressed with, you know, use series performance, and they don't really want to have people attempted to go for core in this thing or what it could be all of the above. It does make this thing feel especially compared to like, carpal windows, laptops, just a little bit price in a little bit underpowered. But the truth is that doesn't matter because I don't think it's not realistic that a bunch of people who have macbook airs. We're going to switch to windows like, it's just not and. Yeah. And so at the end of the day, the where where I came down when I reviewed it was to just compare it to the old MAC book air, which is like the it was the most infuriating experience that I know that they like did a tiny processor above twenty seventeen. But the last major processor revision was in two thousand fifteen so that's like three years ago. Right. Yeah. And so I am comparing laptop to something that's three years old. And in fact, even older if you start talking about, the hardware, and the screen technology. So of course, it's to be better on every single metric. There's nothing to four it. Right. The screen is beautiful. It's not full. It's not doesn't have as wide color gamut. As a pros doesn't get as bright. As a pros doesn't go edge-to-edge like other windows, laptops. But if you've been using a MAC book air it is unequivocally better, right? And the same goes for down the line for like every other feature, basically, the detract Pat is way better. Yeah. Anyway. So the back over here is like enormously important product, right? And we for years that it was the best laptop ever made. And I don't know, however, many episodes of controlled lead. I did where it was like what was like they just need to update. The macro care. I I have a a bunker full of them. It really does. You know, I I don't want to give up on this thing. I mean, they literally invited to this event while there's retired. And they invited him to the event to be like we made a new macbook air for you. Which is incredible. We just call Walt. I think he got his right Andrew can we call wall? Hello is this while Mossberg Mossberg I'd like to order ten thousand tastes to go. Well, it's involves verge gas. How're you doing guy? Oh, are you? I'm good. I heard a rumor that you got your macbook air today. I did I got it. I don't know an hour ago little more than that an hour ago. Why haven't you written a full review? Where's my column? All I'm retired man. I'm not writing reviews anymore. I just write him in Twitter threads that's quicker. That's true. So apple. Yeah. There's no pesky editor. So apple literally brought you out last week..

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"mossberg" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Fabry's easy. Please believe in black as attic crack your back like Otomat craft Matic missile marina and marina with freshmen have been a code. Don't turn on the heat used a oven. Tahiti your house. Yes. It's very safe impractical league carbon monoxide who don't worry about. Don't worry about that next to the plate. We got who. Aka the human direct flabby, aka Donald dive, AK curve got an AK trees Kelly. Jumped the curb, you don't keep it moving. Give a fuck. I don't care, I know fucking baby humane. He's a man's don't even check the guesses be. My name is under. How dare you on me coca richer Greek or just last week dog? You know, what I'm saying for NAMI AKC bath, you get into the sh- money in his schmuck issue. Boy, Goldman sh- mash saying June shooting the neighbor's garbage cans with the Mossberg practicing for the home invasion. Never you know what I'm saying AK. Beal Blake ADA, Donna. Dick, come with this Pusey boat. This to be now to seat, okay? The new coach David Trish, they'll take that for data. You know what I'm saying? Hey, Bortles Tana's so sued the sleep at the wheel and crush, the sip. Don't return it it. That's. Shift play to throw up in the back. Deichmann daddy, aka swipe my card again, there's definitely money on fucking playing me, but the plastic card again on put the fucking bag on his shit and swipe white put on your pants wipe out on your paints. You know, what I'm saying you're basing, I was voice over fifty lion. King. Say you know, who I am. Romeo Santos some any. Let me black out. Help spread HP. Problematic night. Wow. Service on stays. I don't care United policy. I don't care. Hello is it we look and feel I can see. Chopra vocab ain't five so please leave my crib right now. I don't even have a fun. I'll Bill in my wallet. We will talk heavy money. Like future said that his new songs he was like I haven't been in the mall in a year. He said, I'm not a I'm not a regular Nagai haven't been to a more year. A flex though most of dying. At home also spent fifteen hundred Mason much, I don't know. Like, he must have we see buying. Order them online. Are you trying to get out of that would not go to a more for you? But you enjoy the more. I love the ball. And I like to try on shoes before by them. Like, what if you order some expensive shit, and then you get in the mail. No. The mall removing outdoor mall. Oh nice. What's your favorite lay? There was some outdoor malls. Because the weather's yo what's your favorite mole, my favorite do a favorable gotta go Westside pavilion. I don't even know Glendale. You you me be plaza outdoor mall was doing this. Go was in the Bronx. What do we call it? We we go. We we we. Be possible is movie. That's what I'm saying Kay top racer deflated. You know what I'm saying? They've been taper with aching feel to ask Taisei. I want explicit causal, especially the Milky Way. I don't care about the discharge saying, it's natural balance. Fucking Shibata money. Fry no messy Gillette's all you know, what I'm saying. He's. Szanyo bed. If. Get some steaks, aka Joe hookah. Small. You know what I'm saying? Okay. Ben Boston quickly with the position of Swiss.

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"mossberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We're back the big outdoors seven hundred wwl w Cincinnati the home of the best Bengals coverage. And of course, the bottom of the hour. Our good friend, Gary Jeff Walker, then Michael k Allen. And then we have that financial hour and then Ken brew takes over the rest of the day was sports. And of course, we have a Bengals game Sunday night at eight twenty. I believe it is it was moved from a four o'clock to an eight twenty game should Kansas City Chiefs. So good one you can spend your weekend with us in Linda Powell with the great Mossberg company. Of course, you you've the line continues to expand. So and I know Rick you you're really interested in the rifles. Well, yeah. Because everybody associates Mossberg with the shotguns, especially that are conic five hundred. And so, yeah, I am real curious about the about the new rifles. Yeah. You know? And and that's kind of interesting part of it when I came on board Mossberg and only been in rifles for. Maybe while since maybe two thousand and three or four, and so I really spend a lot of time focusing on trying to to build awareness for our brand. Because I'm really proud of our rifle line, we have basically two models once the patriot bolt action which is a classic traditional hunting rifle. And I think we're now over sixty different variations of that, you know, every caliber from twenty to fifty up to three seventy five Ruger, even some of the more popular ones, like the six point hab creed more today, you know, options of synthetic wood laminated stocks, and we've got really just a true classic rifle. Now the patriot revere which has Nice European while not the rose with tip and grips. I mean, if you're thinking about, you know, I'd like that classic. You know, that's what you want to look at. But then we also have our line of envy, people action rifles and that. That's a unique design because it's a bolt action that accepts a our style magazine. Okay. So that just gives you greater versatility wonderful choices for varmint and predator hunters for long range shooters or anytime, you might just want or need extra capacity. But again, it shows the great innovation on the part of Mossberg to be the first to develop a bold action, Tuesday, or magazines, and you gotta tell us about the youth line. I gotta I gotta look at that yesterday afternoon and thought this is great because. There's not really a lot out there. Now. And I'm very proud of that Mossberg has over forty use models. Shotgun San wife, also. But all of the this'll be new in two thousand nineteen but all of our youth wife will now be scoped combos. So you can actually buy a rifle for Europe, son or daughter, and it'll be set setup ready to go into the field. All you need to box of ammo, and maybe a sling, but you know, Mossberg is a family owned company as I mentioned earlier, and they truly believe in sharing the traditions.

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"mossberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati the home in the best Bengals coverage in Rick stranger. I am you've been here for what six weeks. Well, maybe it's been a while. I've been been on the road. Okay. We'll spend a little are you making money a little bit. But I'm mostly I went to believes on a great fish with a domain Hopkins here in Hyde Park and caught a ton of Bonefish Anna permit bucket list Permanente fly that's been on my bucket list of time. I got a permanent my fly. Rod was very cool. This is that stage of our lives. Okay. We don't care we make money as long as we have fun. Exactly. But who paid for your trip your wife actually paid for you? Yeah. I do. I do that now. And then okay, go ahead here leered. Well, we have a. A distant friend this morning that neither one of us have seen in a number of years, but have followed her career recently inducted into Gary Mason's legends of the outdoors hall of fame. And that being Linda pal director of media relations for the great Mossberg company. Linda is great to have you this morning. Good morning. Great to be with you. Wow. So is is is Mossberg. An encore presentation for you. And what a great what a great company. It's incredible. You know, I think what love most about it is family owned and operated, you know. And we we don't have many of those left anymore. Now in yours. You're still it's still a sole proprietorship family business, basically, right large corporation. Okay. But yeah. Yeah. And and so when were they were they found it? Well, this is really exciting in our timing's almost perfect as we roll into next year. We'll be celebrating the hundredth anniversary of Mossberg. Oh, man. Now, what did did it originate in the states? Or did they come from from overseas from the company actually did originate in the US, but they're very proud of their heritage from Europe. So you'll notice that in the original logo that has that to crowns, and kind of the colors of sweeten the blue and yellow, but you know, came over and settled, and, you know, actually, the owner EPA company now, it was his great grandfather that started it, and you know, it's still the same family. Same family line. That's been running it. So even our chairman of the board is a grandson of the original owner Oscar Mossberg, so you know, for me. That's I love that history in that tradition. It's just such an iconic conic name now and Mossberg has a huge market. That's not just the hunting industry. I am. I am. I correct about. Oh, absolutely. I I would say we probably now are, you know, at least fifty fifty and maybe a little bit swaying more towards the tactical side, you know, personal home defense. Long range shooting. So, you know, huntings always been quarter our business, but we we definitely have gotten very heavily involved in in the shooting as well. Well, you certainly every company particularly in the firearms industry. I think it's just so prevalent you really have to adjust and adapt to Don only the consumer marketplace. But. Law enforcement military. And so it I guess you were well positioned to be able to do that. Also. Well, absolutely. I mean, some people might not realize it that Mossberg been providing our five hundred shotgun to all branches of the military for over thirty years now. So I mean, we we've always had a very strong base and that side of the business, but you know, I would say most consumers probably know it's more for particularly our, shotguns. And I think now hopefully more for our hunting rifles as well. Now, the five hundred goes back a long ways, right? Over fifty years. Yes, that that's what that's where I was introduced with with the shotgun. You know with the interchangeable barrel for a slow to become a slug gun for for deer hunting. That's that's where I was introduced Ryan. What us thirty? The. That's about the best. I could do I could do better. But to win a sturdy firearm in the field. I think it speaks volume when I also tell you that they've been over.

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How years of privacy controversies finally caught up with Facebook

Here & Now

03:59 min | 2 years ago

How years of privacy controversies finally caught up with Facebook

"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here and now shares in Facebook, took a nosedive this morning dropping nineteen percent because of an earnings report after the market closed yesterday that is troubling many investors. Here's the headline the number of daily users of Facebook in the US and Canada is no longer growing. Facebook is also now losing daily users in Europe. Callum borders is senior innovation reporter at you. Are he joins us in the studio high-cal glad to be with you. And we should say that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described this as a solid quarter revenue is still up by more than forty percent compared to this time last year. But what is happening is this all about the privacy issues and people dropping out of Facebook as a result? It's part of it. You mentioned the number of users leveling off or even dipping in in some areas. But I think part of what we're seeing actually may be the reverse, which is that investors could be worried that Facebook is so focused on a dressing user's privacy, concerns that the business is going to suffer as a result. I'm reminded of what sucker Berg said during his Senate testimony back in April, he said, I've directed our teams to invest so much insecurity that it will significantly impact our profitability going forward. And then on the on the earnings call yesterday, he said, we're beginning to see just that this quarter will and tell us about the earnings call because Berg was pretty positive in that call, but then the chief financial officer, Dave Wehner got on. What did he do that caused some alarm? So Wehner said, our total revenue growth will continue to decelerate in the second half of two thousand eighteen. It's that continue were that I think really has investors alarmed. In other words, he was signaling. This wasn't just a bad quarter and it's behind us now and we can move on. He was saying, things are going to maybe get worse before they get better and they lost a huge amount of money, a huge amount of market capitalization in the drop. Just today. Facebook, of course, is grappling with the number of controversies how the platform was used for fake news in the two thousand sixteen election, how the firm Cambridge Analytica obtained data from. Users, and then now the company's policy not to remove offensive content. I wanna listen to Mark Zuckerberg here speaking last week with Recode defending that policy with an example Renzo I'm Jewish and there's a set of people who deny that the holocaust, right. I find that deeply offensive, but the end of the day, I don't believe that our platform should take that down because I think that there are things that different people get wrong either. I don't think that they're intentionally getting a wrong that he has since clarified that statement, but does the company need to do more now to stop the bleeding? I think we'll probably get our answer between now and November. Six, which of course is the date of the midterm election. I think that if in that period we're seeing a lot of headlines about how Facebook continues to be a platform where Russia and other bad actors can spread disinformation. That's going to continue to damage Facebook's reputation. If on the other hand, they get credit. For seeming to clean up the platform and get rid of all that fake news. Then perhaps they can begin to restore confidence of their users and investors. We should say, just for context that Facebook's profits are still up by more than thirty percent compared to last year. And today's drops have brought the value of the stock price basically where it was in, may they've lost all the gains that they've made in the last couple of months. Yeah, this may just be sort of what they would call a market correction, right? It may be that misters were just too optimistic about the future of the company. I think the broader context too is that maybe people are losing a little bit of faith in these iconic tech CEO's throw Elon Musk in there with his Twitter antics lately that stub yours. Calum butcher is thank you. Glad to be with you. Ocalan Jeremy. A longtime tech reporter while Mossberg called zuckerberg's holocaust remarked cowardly. One holocaust scholar tweeted, this is breathtakingly irresponsible and many users do on Facebook to do more to restrict and remove misinformation hate posts, which makes Antonio Garcia, Martinez..

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"mossberg" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To engage with a broad range of customers from first time users to season hunters and shooters well of course it is because those people who are no longer going to dix are going to go elsewhere whether it's sportsman's warehouse where whether it's mom and pops gun shop and this is great for business and it's great for small firearms retailers who will see nothing but an uptick if they have a dick sporting goods in their market and i can promise you those numbers have risen in the areas where dick's is doing business as far as small firearm retailers are concerned there's no doubt about that if so i ask you if dick sporting goods needs any more proof positive that they're firearm sales are tanking specifically because of their policy they lead they need to look no further than the fact that march april and may again sought federal firearms background checks rise at record numbers yet again so this was all predictable we knew this was going to happen the ceo of dick's is downplaying this as if it's no big deal he even said something about mossberg let me see if i can find that he said he had a strained relationship with the retailer dixon addressed mossberg recent decision to end their relationship with the retailer dick excuse me ed stack ceo of dick said we don't have the best relationship with the firearms manufacturers right now but according to this piece he did indicate that the company may still by mossberg products from third party distributors here's what needs to happen every distributor and every manufacturer it needs to tell dick's sporting goods to go pound salt we'll be back right after this okay gun owner do you want one hundred percent confidence that you're ready to defend your family about great free training and education while this is your absolute last chance to claim your free guide and audio book to complete.

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"mossberg" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Can be found through the mossberg dealer locator by visiting why always put www i like it when people say i get a big kick out of i'll be talking to somebody and they'll say yep michael in equal this website well what is it is still just telling me like it's you know michaelbrowntodaycom they have to go to www or sometimes we'll even do the h t t p s those two dots and then those slashes either forward slash backslash but you gotta have two of them and then www dot mossberg dot com forward slash dealers we should just the school by a mossberg give it away so we should do there's if i could get parker to help me do that dangerous to think about loud on the radio neil says we who purchased fuel to gas pump pay taxes on each gallon which i think is to pay for roads upkeep free charging stations obviously don't pay any fuel taxes do any charging stations collect taxes no neil they do not and that's my point they don't collect taxes they don't even charge for the electricity you know who pays for the electric city you n me yup the new york times this i hate i hate the term fake news but sometimes there is fake news this is so freaking funny in an apparent jab at the trump administration which is the job of the new york times it's not to print the news that's all the news that's fit to print the new york times muddle should be all the news that's fit to attack trump they had a headline that said quote at a key moment trump's top diplomat is again thousands of miles away yeah he is he was in north korea rescuing bringing back captured and detained american citizens you got a problem with that new york times lee owners do the did they do a retraction i'm sure i'm sure they did it became clear the time story noted the peyot is expected to return from his trip the the new york times according to fox news.

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"mossberg" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Recode Decode

"I'd also like to tell you about one of our other podcasts recode media with peter kafka peter who'd you talk to this week so i talked to this week he's an internet celebrity he's the new walt mossberg is marquess brownlee also known as k b hd explain what that means again you have not heard him i'm guessing but if your kids have he's a huge huge youtube technology star of the thing that did millions of too few years ago we talked about how created that business always running a four person business that allows him to hone a very nice car at age twenty four it's a very cool interview came by you will like listening sounds great peter you can find recode media on apple podcasts spotify google play music or ever you listen to podcasts we're here with john chen he's the ceo blackberry he's talked about taking over blackberry four years ago when i was in a lot of trouble talking about where it is now how many employees did you said you had eight thousand have about half the size social and it's located still i headquarters since two canadian company on majority of engineer is in waterloo mississauga and ottawa okay in so you live in canada don't live in a bay area we have a about six hundred people or so in the bay area and through the a number equa session we made we bought a company called good technology company at hawk and watch stock so we bought a few companies that's pilot implementation of the strategy we talked about earlier building it organically building in organic they talk about what you do now how would people think about an interface with blackberry now.

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"mossberg" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on WJR 760

"So after that intense training with the gun mr ellison turns over the mossberg in his truck loaded uses responsibly all right right nbc to someone you really opportunity he gave him a loaded shotgun five shells and and off you went so there you go and now the the goal is to arm the homeless i don't know how this campaign began but we're going to find out from mr ellison i'm i mentioned him yesterday he's a he's a proud member of our military and we salute him and his wife for their service they met at fort hood and did a great job i mentioned rehabilitating in nineteen sixty six mustang together they did the entire job themselves but this is going to raise quite a few eyebrows were bring a lot of attention to his campaign maybe both he may unwittingly get a lot of allies frank because he obviously is against gun controls no we shall see we're going to talk to him coming up on the frank beckmann show stay willis he maims the auto industry you need a partner that can develop the next game changing technology and mass produce it quickly borgwarner cam our expertise drives future mobility trends with fast to market solutions for clean efficient propulsion systems we understand the challenges you face we know what you need to get ahead we take innovation from the drawing board to the road quickly providing localised production around the world borgwarner your partner and propulsion system solutions for a cleaner more energy efficient world hello i'm guy gordon today i'm here with dr william j a gastroenterologist and medical director of the ib program at michigan medicine and we're talking about irritable bowel syndrome doctor what's the latest approach to treatment for many years is focused on medications what we found over time is that specific medications tend to improve specific symptoms so for example for constipation laxatives provide some relief or even the use of antidepressants has been very helpful for some patients but these medications of course can cause side effects so we've really converted from a medication centered practice to a more holistic integrated practice we now have not only but also specially trained gi dietitians gi behavioral psychologists physical therapists that all work together as a unit to address patients with ibs to learn more visit your health dot org slash ibs or call eight eight eight two two nine seven four zero eight.

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"mossberg" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"We have some guests from oculus oculus medium team as well as google tilt brush team basically focus on artists and the art they're creating in vr oh that's that's really cool it'll be just like that walt mossberg swisher interview with jobs and gates yes say one thing you like about the and you jerry won't be able to find that that phrase what school we're going to have people doing live demonstrations of the tools and we're not it's not going to be like we're talking about what they're doing is just going to be there doing that and we're having this discussion in parallel it's going to be really great for people aid you're on your pathway degrade saturday three thirty i'm on a panel called science and science fiction that we're exploring different elements of the ways good science has influenced science fiction and vice versa i'm going to be talking about parasites and how that relates to the science world a friend of mine terry johnson whose bioengineering professor at berkley is talking about the world of the small and there's one other person to meghan palmer is talking about something else and i can't remember what if you look at the guest list lot of interesting people are going to be there are gary woulda is going to be there hosting moderating a star wars panel with mads mikkelsen from broke one very excited for that andy we're it's to be there talking about future cities hopefully we're on sewn title actually a couple of stone title according what has he done one i thought he did one note did one no no no only done a talking room time ago so fun to there's also a ton of interesting science gets made jameson astronaut star trek actress.

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"mossberg" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on Recode Replay

"I am cara swisher on peterkov and thanks for listening to recode replay this is one of the sessions from our two thousand seventeen code conference myrtle jaeger in just a second for free you're welcome but before we do that one plug another conference okay fine if you insist i must i must compile fifth if you like this event there is a very good chance you're going to look code media two thousand eighteen february twelve and thirteen th in huntington beach california fascinating keep leave next year cheer absolutely save the date peter knight will both be there which means it's going to be fantastic event i've been to all of them and i have learned things i would actually pay for them peter recharge it assure one more time it's code media two thousand eighteen it's like this event but it's in two thousand eighteen february twelve and thirteen th goodwill events dot recode dot net for all the deeds as the kids say as the kits say thanks gator walt mossberg he has been i think i can easily phased in the most important tech writer in probably good journalism history and that saying like simon ego maniac and i think that's me but uh but it's actually him he led the way for all of us he led the way for writing about technology in a really smart instructive way the cared about readers above everybody else and that is an unusual thing either we have on one side we have a lot of fan boys who write about every gadget like it's like it's the second coming and then on the other side you have super snarky stuff and what really did care about the reader more than anything else more than the people who made the products more for anything in one of my favorite parts of his.

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"mossberg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mossberg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Your listing over sporting and happy tuesday good morning i am wendy king it's twenty minutes past the hour here's what's going on hillary clinton appeared at re code wednesday in conversation with founders walt mossberg and carrots switch her she spoke about many things barack obama vladmir putin on the russian collusion on the rnc and dnc on fake news on goldman sachs beaches and of course the email scandal she said she was responsible and not careless at all about her emails nevertheless the emails were exploited very effectively doing something that others had done before with no longer acceptable in the new environment in which we found ourselves and there was now wa gas it there is no rule nothing of that sort i didn't break any role nobody said don't do this and i was very responsible and not at all careless so you end up with a situation that is then exploited and very effectively for adverse political reasons and it was maddening because in the middle of a hardfought campaign it's hard to stop and say wait a minute what you think you know about this is not accurate let me tell you could still judge may can still hold me accountable that's fair game but there was so much else going on at that time and the investigation that they conducted ended in july it was over and i have my i have my i'd compliance have out former director comey but it was done and then it was reignited and it became the major reason toward the end uh based on the best analysis that i can find out that i lost ground it ended up losing so obviously turn the clock back but what was done and i think it was interesting i know you had gained the came here from new york times i yesterday and they covered at like it was pearl harbor and man in there endorsement of me they said this email thing it's like a help desk issue so it was always a hard issue to put too bad but we put it too bad in july.

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