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"motech" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on WTVN

"Excitement such just everything. That there is that electric feel even coach towards like, man. I'll tell you what I've been a lot of really good buildings. I've been a lot of really big instances of great hockey. But it was nothing like last night. Incredible. And Billy Davidge. I'm looking forward to talking. I I don't know Joel if you watch the post game, he could not talk like he was so emotional because you know, he's been there since day number one. And we've wanted I mean, obviously, we want more now you get greedy. And they just beat the best team in the NHL. Why can't they win the whole thing? And maybe that will happen. But for now on April seventeenth, you celebrate the moment and the moment is one that we've never celebrated before they've never won a first round series. And so for him and for people in the organization for a long time that was one special night and the roar of that crowd. When in the final two minutes, they're clinging to a four three lead and pan-arab scores. Empty netter and the reaction on the bench. I if you haven't seen that video I'll be posting it it was that was something special. It's it's I'll tell you this just looking through what else is going on. I don't know about anybody else. But New York swept the penguins, and I for one. Yeah. So pleased. The penguins are nowhere in playoff future. Yeah. It was a kind of a big night for the jackets because they move on and one of their heated rivals who has been a thorn in their side and the playoffs gets eliminated as well. So just just incredible. You think about it was three to nothing in the first period of the first game and jackets outscored them nineteen to five after that. And not only that Joel once the blue jackets took the lead in the third period of game one. And then won that game. Tampa Bay never had a lead. The rest of the series. They never once had a lead. The closest they came was when they tied it late in the second period last night. And then fifty four seconds later Bjork strand scores in the jackets have lead again. So remarkable truly don't you think too? I mean again, the penguins are out. Yep. I feel like let's bring on the capital's. I feel like this would be another piece of the great story, which is just give us a chance for some redemption. Yeah. You know, one step at a time in the next next either Toronto or boss the next series. But to your point I think they would love a chance to play the Washington. I think you're right. I mean, it's just you know, and again, they look so unbeatable they looked like a team that as heaven fun be pulled together. And I just draw back to your Motech Lennon did before the trade deadline, and you decide hey, it was a little rocky at first, but he clearly had some kind of vision and coach toward. Rela put it together. So you gotta give I mean players Gaetan hard fans. I mean everybody, but when you get back to it. It's Yaro putting the right pieces on the ice and say here, you go coach and coach gain. Okay. Let's do it. And he does Matt to Shane who was one of the, you know, when they went all in one of the big trade deadline acquisitions from Ottawa ended up leading the Jackson scoring in this in the first round series had three goals and four assists. So yeah. Yarbrough right now. Looks like a genius for hanging onto those guys with the way. Bob played with the way Pinera and play his acquisitions Duchenne Zingel. It's all coming together. Right now thing it it was incredible. By the way, did you see? And it got a lot of action on social media last night from Columbus and blue jacket fans, the tweet by Buffalo Wild Wings. No. So Buffalo Wild Wings who I at least our Bethel road location. I love beat w threes were actually started in Columbus. But their social media guy, and I can't take it any other way as a crack at Columbus said, congratulations. Columbus on your first round playoff series, win should take the sting out of losing urban. Wow. Now, somebody tweeted at me, maybe the person was just serious stating a fact or something do you take that as a dig because I do an everyone. Columbus does shot at them. I don't even I don't even understand it. I mean, we didn't lose them. He moved on coach day. He's walking tall. So. Those two things don't go together for me. They don't either it was a weird odd tweet and reaction. But anyway, a lot of blue jacket fans that kind of blew up on social media last night taking shots at Buffalo Wild. Go ahead and go ahead, and you know, live your life on that. I don't care. I'm celebrating. No doubt about it. After without a question. What a night it wasn't nationwide arena. Blue jackets for the first time ever win a playoff series doing it in style. Eliminating the heavily favored Tampa Bay in four straight seven three last night. After Tampa tied the game at three late in the second period. Oliver because France stuffed in what proved to be the game winner. Just fifty four seconds later jackets then in the third period in the final two.

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"motech" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"I'm sure there's there's so many people parties like dude, my favorite rappers Linneman will. The weird thing is that Hamilton loves he does like love rap. I've. Like, no. Yeah. He has you know, what he thinks about stories. Is it a moral technique through him in a trash? Can that is the funniest thing? I've ever heard so funny. I forgot about. Yeah. Technique like went to high school with him and through Minna trash. You'll never make us. Triple confirm it. Because it just sounds like a wonderful thing. Somebody made up booed by mortal techniques. Also, like immortal techniques another rapper where he's like a galaxy brain rapper peop-. He's another one's listen to the league. Yeah. So it's funny that he just got bullied by another galaxy brain like, yeah. Lear guy that's crazy now now in Motech meat when he tries to get tickets to Hamilton is also. Man. I wish we had more time. I would love to lay down some Hamilton style rap. What's what's the big single off him? I don't know my car one time, and I have made her turn it off future after that. Oh to balance it out. Yeah. I was like how you know because she's never liked rap. We never saw growing up like I couldn't share my interest with her versa. Tried to get her to listen to some music. I know she wouldn't future. I think I was just messing. Yeah. I rap although Hamilton can listen to Hamilton. I was like the first rap style music. She ever listened to this. What was that? Oh that Linneman well tweet where his like there's like this tweet from twenty eleven he's like rappers who only rap about getting Brandon pussy usually have. None of the former and deserve. None of the ladder. Oh, it's so funny. I deserve pussy favorite type of person is like, oh, yeah. All these gangsters gangster style thugs. They talk about getting brain and money and pussy and drug being on drugs. Yeah. Why don't they tell a story? Yeah. Yeah. Stories are always like the rock guys. I mean every single like rock classic rock song is about making control. That's like every single song is like rock n roll. Rock music. They literally every song is about making rock music. We're rock in. It's like rapid did that for one year one year wrap was like I'm rapping to the beat listen to me like about actually wrapping, but rock like they never stopped doing that every song or it's about like a high. They never stops loving to route to rob. Rock loving getting being living rock and roll. Yeah. It's about them rocking and like playing the rock or it's about like a hypothetical guy. That's not them like getting guitar coming up and rocking out. The babes. Babes getting the chicks like literally like six out of ten classic rocks. This is why we need a resurgence of rap rock. That's right. Skit baby done. So well, I'm a long time. So ready find if he is. Yeah. Yeah. He's doing it. Well, I think so too guys to XXX fused. He was doing that. But you know, he was. Yeah. Yeah. Beating women. Yeah. And. The problem. You can't use the guy that came and went real fast six nine where you're kind of like this guy shouldn't be famous. I have like part of me thinks that God was like a sleep from like twenty fifteen to twenty sixty. It was like oh fuck like, and it's kind of like he's like tapping undo things being reset. He's not getting all of it. Catching up to the mistakes and just like. Oh, like 'cause they're going so fast in like, very bizarre ways. Yeah. Weird. Like X gets just like randomly killed actually six nine going to jail. Michael Cohen going to jail stone. What do these snits snitching? Well, he's snitch. That's how he's getting off. Racketeering. Get killed. Yeah..

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"motech" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"No matter if you if you can't zip all the way to the writers to another one over the left wherever you reached. You're gonna have something if even got a couple of hidden pockets that they've used bypass certain areas with with ease. If I have eight packs, I think they have the the twelve hour the twenty four and I got seventy two ref. How long you survive on the field with that thing? But it's it's a really comfortable piece of gear I'm excited to I've only had it for weeks. Now, of course. But I really wanna dig into that thing and see what it can do. And one of the last thing I saw it's pretty cool. I went to the norm booth Swedish animal owned by their parent company. Ru Motech, they had a lot of ammo. They're they're they're really pushing hard all of those brands in the Norma and and wag line, I've kind of gone under under the level. So to speak last few years haven't had a lot of publicity not a lot of big releases. And now they're back, and they're pushing kind of new products all the way from this super quality, seventeen Amar match bridge stuff, ping, one inch steel circle. One hundred yards. No problem is pulling over with little iron sites. All they have to norm. Broad strike new hunting line. It's a boat tail fish design, Paul still expands. I it's a pretty good heavy animal round. A few other things I was kinda stuff. I saw and it's really nice to go and see all the people you've been working with over the years and really space and get a good bracing of what's new and you make a lot of contacts. And and really get get a whole year's worth of gear lined up review one little show. That's for sure. Any trends in the industry? I mean, I think you mentioned that you know, things are getting a little bit lighter a little bit more expensive. But there are any other like prevailing trends that you see as far as where I guess, you could say the tactical gear or, you know, tactical firearms market is heading over. Maybe the next twelve to twenty four months. Sure, the gear it seems like a lot of people are going back to the the less van tactical approach re every company is going to have their their tactical TIMMY lineup of darker and all of drab and Malaita everywhere. But a lot of companies are coming out with a little more, discreet designs backpacks. They don't look like backpack. They don't have Pash squares Avello all over the place, and usually more muted coloring wolf grade gaining a lot of popularity because it looks more casual by the levins. Apex line comes in a nice blue. And it does have a Hex grid on the back which stand out a little less. Than me, Molly moving, but they also let me know they were gonna come out with kind of a cover patch. So essentially at six by eight inch flap fabric velcro on the back. So it covers up that entire heck's grit of Molly wedding. I'm back that I have. A rucksack made by cafaro, which is terrific rucksack..

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"motech" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"No matter if you if you can't zip or all the way to the rioters to another one over the left wherever you reached you're going to have something if even got a couple of hidden pockets that they've used a bypass certain areas with with ease. If I have eight packs, I think they have the the twelve hour the twenty four and I got seventy two ref. How long you survive on the field with that thing? But it's it's a really comfortable piece of gear I'm excited to I've only had it for weeks. Now, of course. But I really wanna dig into that thing and see what it can do. And one of the last thing I saw it's pretty cool went to the norm booth Swedish owned by their parent company. Ru Motech, they had a lot of ammo. They're they're they're really pushing hard all of those brands in the Norma and and line I've kind of gone under under the level. So to speak last few years haven't had a lot of publicity not a lot of big releases. And now they're back, and they're pushing kind of new products all the way from this super quality seventeen Amar match bridge stuff ping one inch steel circle at one hundred yards. No problem is pulled over with iron sights. All they have to norm. Broad strike new hunting line. It's a boat tail fish design polymer tip still expands. I it's a pretty good heavy animal round. A few other things I there was a ton of stuff. I saw and it's really nice to go and see all the people you've been working with over the years and really space and get a good bracing of what's new and you make a lot of contacts. And and really get get a whole year's worth of gear lined up review one little show. That's for sure. Any trends in the industry? I mean, I think you mentioned that you know, things are getting a little bit lighter a little bit more expensive. But there are any other like prevailing trends that you see as far as where I guess you could say the tactical gear or tactical firearms market is heading over. Maybe the next twelve to twenty four months. Sure, the gear it seems like a lot of people are going back to the the less van tactical approach every company is going to have their their tactical TIMMY lineup of darker and all of drab and Malaita everywhere. But a lot of companies are coming out with a little more, discreet designs back actually, don't look like backpack. They don't have Pash squares Avello all over the place, and usually more muted coloring wolf grade gaining popularity because it looks more casual by the levins. Apex line comes in the nice blue. And it does have a Hex grid on the back which stand out a little less. Than me, Molly minding, but they also let me know they were gonna come out with kind of a cover patch. So essentially a six eight inch flap fabric velcro on the back. So it covers up that entire heck's grit of Molly wedding. I'm back that I have. A rucksack made by cafaro, which is terrific rucksack..

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"motech" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"But some of it's dumb love their house say saved itself technologically. Or it was dumb luck. We don't know. I was not around to see they evacuated and he was watching his TV or sorry. His his security cameras and the fire came from all sides, and then is gone cameras went blank. And he was like all right. It's done. And this guy owns the dolphin Cray workshop five oh one nine eleven and that car was in the garage. So we were sure that car was gone and it survived, but he had a storage shed just next to the garage where that nine eleven was in the store. Shed was gone like burnt to the ground. I mean trees to his front door were burnt. So the house was fine. Yeah. But into concrete sides modern roof. Yeah. But we don't know those are house out of concrete story on that workshop five thousand one place. I'm Marlene is a guy he worked at singer for a while. He was also at I think the auto gallery. He's only Lieberman social about these fucking cars that car was built for a friend. It was a long story. I don't know if we've talked about this. But it was a car on bring a trailer. And he he's a friend. He's never had air cooled cars. And he said I want to build a nine eleven and I said, look, here's my opinion by a three to engine Seventy-three and try to keep it narrow don't flare it keep the wheels. Original and go crazy everywhere else. So cars pretty bonkers at three four on Motech. It moves and it was well built. Aren't they like it's expensive as singers that part of it? I don't know cheap. That's what I was told. Yeah. But it's a very simple look. Yeah. I think minimalist is is kinda my style. I'm not really into tons of paint and graphics. Normally, we run a gray steely on it. But he does have a set of folks, which are actually nickel colored finish similar to the window trim. But yeah, the cars fund drive. It's it's on seven and retire. It's about all it can handle was very Harry three four is a lot of motor for a little car like that. Yeah. You got a lot less weight than when you went to g body so seventy four you got a lot more weight because impact bumpers and some of the other regulations that way I wanna say twenty two hundred. Yeah. That's really, yes. So and and most cars with a three four are running like a nine intrigue wheel, and that's a seven inch wheels. So it's keeping the aesthetics and not really changing the greenhouse or that blue pulled up blew up the blue on his fire. Like that is. So that's a later car. You know, obviously impact bumper car that has sort of an Iraq style bumper on it. So probably got it down to a similar wait just a different static. Yeah. You know, those guys in New York g program guys. Have you seen about to lift when you they brought they drove three cars. Yeah. It looked like those. Yeah, they they charge quite a bit of money. They keep the looked pretty simple twin plug Motech, you know, three or four. Yes of deal my opinion. I've driven a lot of you know, builder cars, and you can get all the right ingredients. But you gotta know how to mix it together. So there's some really good stuff out there. And there's some stuff that looks good and drives a little bit rowdy. So it's beauty's in the item. Drove that car. I thought it was pretty solid..

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"motech" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In spring, Texas. Welcome, sir. Great to have you with us. Thanks. It's good to be here. You know, one thing I've enjoyed about watching Trump over the last two years is making decisions based on logic and reason, I guess it's because he's a businessman, but this idea of eliminating birthright citizenship makes perfect sense to me or the things that I have not heard about though is another common sense thing that is actually part of the Trump tax cut, and that is this idea of enterprise zones. We we have countries in Central America that could easily hire people to low tech manufacturing. That's now being done in China by companies who are having a hard time with the trade problems there those companies if they wanted to relocate and some of them apparently do could easily locate down there and have a great workforce motivated intelligent people. Even though they're lowly educated. Could certainly do that kind of work and help provide jobs, and what what what what what what are you? What are we talking about here? We're talking about. We're talking about the same thing that we have in this country for. Companies that would like to locate in inner cities or poor areas. They get a tax break for doing that that was part of the Trump tax cut, pretty smart idea. I thought why not do that in Central America? They would be maybe the United Nations could finally do something useful and subsidize companies who want to locate there and hire people to do that kind of work. What you're talking about the caravan you'd think that would you stop illegal immigration? I think you would have an effect on illegal immigration. There are a lot of common sense things to do. Certainly the birthright citizenship thing going away would help and e-verify. But this is another thing that would certainly help providing jobs that they would be doing in this country, positively anyway, Motech type manufacturing that's being done now in China. I can certainly be done down there. I haven't heard anybody talking about that. That's why I'm kind of. I was kinda surprised that that nobody in the Trump administration has as mentioned that because I don't think that's what this is about. Nafta was supposed to do that. And it failed royally. These people in the caravan are not looking for jobs. They're not looking for that. Maybe maybe a few of the Marvin this whole thing is political. This is a political movement. These people are being paid somehow. I mean somebody's paying for all of this to happen. There are plenty of places to be the only place they can go with the United States. They can't stop and get asylum in Mexico or some of these other countries. I agree with you that if the rest of the world was more like the United States. Everybody would be better off if the unequal distribution of capitalism could be dealt with. And if we had a far greater distribution of capitals, it'd be fine and dandy, but the caravan I don't think the solution of this enterprise zones. In El Salvador, or Guatemala. Maybe long term economic relief for any nation. Having problem is a greater dose of capitalism. But there isn't the political climate in many of these countries, they're they're dictatorships of one degree or another and. This is an immediate problem. That's going to have to be dealt because if it's not they're just going to keep coming. And it's. We're not gonna stop these caravans if we start implementing tax free enterprise zones down in these nations where American companies can relocate and hire them there instead of hiring them here because that's people aren't capable being hired anywhere yet. But I understand if you wanna talk political theory and economic theory, it makes sense in the world. In otherwise, quote, unquote, normal circumstances, but this is a pure political movement. Here this caravan. I know is a George Soros. I think George Soros his name has become a like a bogeyman for everything people mean far left wing radicals. When they mentioned, George Soros. I don't know who's behind somebody is and their purpose is to destabilize the United States. The purpose is not to improve life for these people this caravan whoever's behind this is not really trying to do something for these people to make their lives better. This is being done to it to invoke damage on the United States, and particularly Trump and to advance the political advantages and notions of a particular political party which wants to welcome these people in as dependent voters. Jam in Madison Virginia great to have you with us. You're next on the network. Hi, yes. Rush two years ago. My husband, and I adopted for Hispanic sisters who were in foster care, and we have had a couple of years, and then they come up for adoption their parents were both legal so Mexico. They have slipped over the border at least four times illegally one time after they each time. They had children here had to and then they took them back to Mexico left them with the grandparents came back had two more went back and got him long story short is that even I have, you know, they were came as thanking Trump was it's horrible on that what he would send them all back home. And and you know, now, they loved Trump, and they think this has got to stop even see because her father is in prison for twenty eight years. Mexico. So these people do come here awful crimes against their own children. And you know, I just say. Everything Trump can do to stop. If he's got to stop it because they come over here. And they have these babies. And I have another situation. I can tell you about where no our country has heart where they had a fifteen year old girl at the border seven months pregnant by MS thirteen they let her across. They sent the other sixteen teams with her back. So they can't say we don't have heart. They do see a situation, they know. But you know, even Hispanic girls that. Trump was horrible. So that he was so send all these people back. They realize now that he is doing what the country. Well, we'll take them whenever they realize. It is is is is fine with me. Of course. It's it's. Once you understand what's going on. It's impossible to support. It's just it's impossible support on the less. You have particular political notions of what the United States purpose in the world is and what we all. And so forth. But in terms of being the best policy for the United States. It isn't. Anyway, I appreciate Jan. Thanks much. We'll take a break and be back. The center of the radio universe. Rush. Network. Cyber criminals, cyber.

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"motech" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Teddy gone now from capitol, home entertainment. Rush Limbaugh here on the cutting edge of societal evolution. Here's in spring, Texas. Welcome, sir. Great to have you with us. Thanks. It's good to be here. You know, one thing I've enjoyed about watching Trump over the last two years is making decisions based on logic and reason, I guess it's because he's businessman, but this idea of eliminating birthright citizenship makes perfect sense. To me, one are the things that I have not heard about though is another common says thing that is actually part of the Trump tax cut, and that is this idea of enterprise zones. We we have countries in Central America that could easily hire people to lot of low tech manufacturing now being done in China by companies who are having a hard time with the trade problems there those companies if they wanted to relocate and some of them apparently do could easily locate down there and have a great workforce motivated intelligent people. Even though they're lowly educated. Could certainly do that kind of work and help provide jobs. Wait. What what what what what what what are you? What are we talking about here? We're talking about. We're talking about the same thing that we have in this country for. Companies who would like to locate in inner cities or poor areas. They get a tax break for doing that that was part of the Trump tax cut, pretty smart idea. I thought why not do that a Central America? They would be maybe the United Nations could finally do something useful and subsidize companies who want to locate there and hire people to do that kind of work. What you're talking about the caravan? Stop illegal immigration. I think you would have an effect on illegal immigration. There are a lot of common sense things to do certainly the birthright citizenship thing going away with help and e-verify. But this is another thing that would certainly help providing jobs that they would be doing in this country anyway, Motech type manufacturing this being done now in China. I can certainly be done down there. I haven't heard anybody talking about that. That's why I'm kind of. I was kinda surprised that that nobody in the Trump administration has been as mentioned that because I don't think that's what this is about. Nafta was supposed to do that. And it failed royally. These people in the caravan are not looking for jobs. They're not looking for that. Maybe maybe a few of the. But this whole thing is political. This is a political movement. These people are being paid somehow. I mean somebody's paying for all of this to happen. There are plenty of places to the only place they can go is the United States. They can't stop and get asylum in Mexico or some of these other countries. I agree with you that if the rest of the world was more like the United States. Everybody would be better off if the unequal distribution of capitalism could be dealt with. And if we had a far greater distribution of capitals, it'd be fine and dandy. But the caravan I think the solution to this is enterprise zones. In El Salvador, or Guatemala. Maybe long-term economic relief for any nation. Having problem is greater dose of capitalism. But there isn't the political climate for that in many of these countries, they're they're dictatorships of one degree or another and. This is an immediate problem. That's going to have to be dealt because if it's not they're just going to keep coming. And it's. We're not gonna stop these caravans if we start implementing a tax free enterprise zones down in these nations where American companies can relocate and hire them there instead of hiring them here because that's people aren't capable being hired anywhere yet. But I understand if you wanna talk political theory and economic theory, it makes all since in the world. In otherwise, you know, quote, unquote, normal circumstances, but this is a pure political movement. Here this caravan. I know is a George Soros. I think George Soros has name has become a a bogeyman for everything people mean far left wing radicals. When they mentioned, George Soros. I don't know who's behind him to somebody is and their purpose is to destabilize the United States. The purpose is not to improve life for these people. This caravan whoever's behind this is not really trying to do something for these people to make their lives better. This is being done to invoke damage on the United States, particularly Trump and to advance the political advantages and notions of particular political party. Which wants to welcome. These people in as dependent voters jam in Madison Virginia great to have you with us. You're next on the EIB network. Hi. Yes. Rush two years ago. My husband, and I adopted four Hispanics sisters who were imposter care, and we have had them for a couple of years, and then they can put that their parents were both legal from Mexico. They have slipped over the border at least four times illegally one time after they each time. They had children here they had to and then they took them back to Mexico. Let them with the grandparents came back had two more went back and got him long story short is that even they I have, you know, they were came to us thanking Trump was horrible. And that what he would send them all back home. And and you know, now, they love Trump, and they think this has gotta stop even see because her father is in prison for twenty eight years. Another fled to Mexico. These people do come here awful crimes against their own children. And you know, I just think. Anything Trump can do to stop that. He's got to stop it because they they come over here. And they have these babies and I have another situation. I can tell you that where I know our country has heart where they had a fifteen year old girl at the border seven months pregnant by MS thirteen they let her across. They sent the other sixteen teams with her back. So they can't say we don't have heart. They do see a situation, they know. But you know, even Hispanic girls that. Trump was horrible that he was so send all these people that they realize now that he is doing what's best for the country. Well, we'll take them whenever they realize. It is is is is fine with me. Of course. It's it's. Once you understand what's going on. It's impossible to support. It's it's just it's impossible support on less. You have particular political notions of what the United States purpose in the world is and what we all. And so forth. But in in terms of being the best policy for the United States. It isn't. Anyway, I appreciate jammed. Thanks much. We'll take a break and.

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"motech" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

Larry King Bonnie China Motech writer Hughes
MarTech - Full Circle Insights and Marketing Performance Measurement

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:36 min | 2 years ago

MarTech - Full Circle Insights and Marketing Performance Measurement

Larry King Bonnie China Motech Writer Hughes
"motech" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"motech" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Oh, god. No worries. Line. I reckon I lost more time in the big break, even early going solely up. Ben firing reactor ties are excellent. There you have to restart the car. It sounded like. All time. Yeah. Well, because I think the entry Spade was definitely Ohio through your friend show the your central dash gear indicator and brake might Might take. take system. We've got knock on now. It's pretty. One that's in the middle, or is that just a weird angle on that camera? That was the older cost we just had. That's actually like in my view, though, with the one we've got now we basically have out Motech system in the center. So the co-driver can the temps slow. And then in front of me, I just have a Revlon and a keeps issue. So I know what we'll gear and, and I say the red lot, pull it on them. She gets the race, fucking sequential gearbox cars, bad out. It's good. It's well. It's. Everyone gets one. Very nice to drive. Let's paddles and a handbrake, right? So that that car in that video was paddle shift. But the cow before now is sequential sequential essential. Yet, all of that. Yeah, I like I, like I like your philosophy of in. Yeah, she was like, I was going to buy a house and then I bought two old BMW's old out call. Yeah, I well. They're very desirable cost, so you could sell them if you needed to remain time. I can get enjoyment and you don't, and you don't. You're not home enough to own a house, the fucking your own, a house you live, you're on the road like forty weeks a year. They need to be home for shave with my sister. As forty weeks a year like Australia or only do out championship Australia's six strategy. Okay. But then a lot of other work that I do with Subaru AMI general Lynn. Crazy ideas. I have to go to Monterey couch can then come to LA and. Just not be home anywhere, but home. It's funny though. After wake, you all ready to go. Feel, but if you leave Australia, you have to make the rounds of everywhere you go. Say I wanted to come to Callaway can I was going to be able to get over there sort of three and a half days, and then that's a long way to travel for no, that say, extended to awake. And I got to go and say, fish, rally school flew up to Seattle cool for couple of hours to say, they know who you were, or did you play that like the stealth game where you're like? I've never done this before. No, I spoke to them before. I just did. I'll see if that would show me Aram, which they did. Yeah, just want us to check it out. We don't have anything that big that big Beckenham such a cool place. They do job with that place, man, I need to go up there. Yeah, they got eighty sixes, and they got STI, and they have a really cool collection of vintage trolley cars, donors. For that? No, I didn't see that. Richards, twenty two twenty two would have flown up. That is to say. That the oldest, they're amazing. Yeah. Can you buy those in Australia? Japan hundred grand strategy that probably like hundred forty plus now. Yeah. It would have been. You should have bought six of them at eight. You should've taken out a loan to buy six of them at eight thousand bucks. Two years ago I hit must have. I was like, you want to go have a twenty two and his much of that. And he was like you mean more like eighty twenty hundred twenty two. They were. They were really expensive years ago. I told Molly if she found one, I would go half's on it with her family while ago. But I'm I managed to get seem to get like four people together to chippy and so it could do it. And then the the brokerage favors like another thirty grand on top of it, and that does. Like the nylon say, yeah, that's a lot like that at all. But it sold like that wake say it's no, they don't. They don't restrain on the market. There's enough people that like how many of those they make? Well, shoe hundred fifty hundred. Maybe two. How many Subaru? Twenty two. Do they make. I don't know, I think is five into astray Elliot's. So this was one of the five Australian delivered..

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"motech" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on Travelogue

"Well calm and happy friday it is travelogue the podcast conde nast traveler and we are here in the podcast studios i've got mark ellwood sebastian motech and aaron florio here say hello everybody delayed hi you caught me fries we are hearing some weird echoey effects so if we sound like we're echoey space alien weird people that's because we're imitating the way we sound ourselves my name is brad rickman and we are here today to talk about things that you should never ever do in hotel cautionary tales warnings horror stories and begs and pleads for you to be good hotel citizens so i'm not exactly sure where to start here hotels are big but let me ask you guys about a phenomenon that i have noticed recently in the we've certainly covered quite a bit which is the hotel lobby we hear a lot about these these days ace is the hotel that most frequently gets cited as pioneers in the space of what i mean is hotels at least making gestures to turn lobbies into spaces people will actually use the duman as a greeter rav on the police so you get there and they say please come in verses you look like you're just hitting us well yes that's a great point but i was thinking of it more for me design and layout perspective i was recently in new orleans staying at the renaissance right which is a big hotel too big sort of marriott hotel but it is informed by what i would consider to be sort of updated boutique design patterns you know tropes and there's a lobby and i had checked out and i had plenty of work to do before it caught my flight you know is going to be several hours so there's a couch and a fireplace and bookshelves and whatever and so i thought this is great i got wi fi is quite comfy the chairs are nice i'm gonna sit here and work i was the only human who did that and it felt quite awkward after about forty five minutes so i'm wondering and that's yes that's partly because i am paranoid mark look like that what will you paranoid about you were sitting with your laptop watching porn on your laptop no no i was not but i was the only person making use of the space in that way whereas the bar for example had plenty of people moving in and out of it so i'm curious first of all do you actually use lobbies in that way have you kind of have you gone into the as or one of the other hotels here in town the ludlow or or one of these places and actually just hung out done some work or whatever yeah yeah i mean i think that the reason you're the only person doing it there might have just been because it was a renaissance hotel and new orleans and there are some hotels that are just marketed better for their spaces the best one i reckon in new york right now is probably public like the way in trager actually designed that hotel it's all in the name so that you do go in and you sit and you open your laptop or you bring your newspaper it's designed for you to sit and hang out you don't even need to order a drink and you don't even need to be a guest it's technically open for the public to just go and do that like right i mean they don't have a traditional lobby but is kind of more or less like in the immediate public space that you find the elevators and do you feel like people do that people who are not guests at the hotel i was there on the weekend my apartment is a few blocks away and i was there on the weekend yeah definitely you definitely see people use it that way i haven't you know asked questions to see how many people are using it that are new yorkers and how many people are guests that are just hanging out down there because that'd be creepy it would be very you remember the clip guests at that hotel a lot of that probably goes on little salacious there okay even different definition of we're gonna talk about noisy sex and heart cells and my own personal experience of how bad noisy sex can make your night's sleep so that'll keep our listeners till the.

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"motech" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Great news there's a quick way you can save money switch to geico geico could help you get great coverage at a great price and it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance go to geico dot com today and see how much you could save donlevatar tom ricketts is saying that it comes will not allow sammy sosa back into that organization for anything moving forward until he comes clean and i find absurd about that and what a hypocrite this guy is is that family made hundreds of millions of dollars off the name sammy sosa by the way never tested positive for steroid years and if he was using steroids which we all ssume that he was my guest is if he was using it the ricketts family had an inkling that that was going on in their own clubhouse ever hit a come out many many years later as sammy sosa must come clean for us to allow him back into our prestigious organization our club get outta here with that stugatz ricketson and make money off sammy sosa he won the bid two thousand and nine this was post amy sosa well that ruins my argument vc's live at our show with two guys on espn radio espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guests on the dan lebatardshow appear via the shell pennzoil performance line shell sonning going to be there just a second here here's your sportscenter update after an mri luke ball mugabe is likely to miss i can't say chill sonnen correctly but i just said luke bob motech correctly was the matter with me anyway he's likely to miss the first round of the playoffs with a dislocated right shoulder kevin durant well restructure his contract with the warriors instead of invoking his player option small little window there katie is a little free agent by that.

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"motech" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on KELO

"Hike ed la paix k y k d u l l h he had granted moons to his body preliminary investigation at the scene indicates this mail was wearing an improvised motech explosive device attached to his body intentionally detonated that device looks like they're a free other people in the immediate area also sustained minor injuries but cutanddry is going to talk about that the subject was placed in custody and transported to bellevue hospital remediate police response to the scene included members of the transit bureau the murchison service division bomb squad counterterrorism nca police see troopers at the eyes joint terrorist task force in addition nypd strategic response group kobe's god's command sites other key transportation hubs and other locations throughout the city as precautionary measury iiis this incident was captured on transit system created a further review in its annual witnesses is on the way at laura background investigation into i k ed la being conducted by the try terrorist task force we're asking anyone who may have any information about this individual for incident tara hotline nats payday and why scene say let's be clear as new yorkers are lives revolve around the subways when we here of an attack in the subways incredibly unsettling and let's be also clear this was an attempted terrorist attack i those are the sounds from yesterday and the latest terror attack here you have had no new york city and this guy's trapping a bomb on him this could have been far worse storing morning chaotic traffic in new york in a subway station now by time swear and you know no more perfect time.

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"motech" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on KOMO

"This monday afternoon i'm charlie harger taylor van cise is our editor suspect is in custody after an attempted terror attack underneath the port authority bus terminal in new york city today this is new york police department commissioner james o'neill investigation at the scene advocates railways worry revis motech explosive device attached to his body he intentionally detonated that device suspect was badly hurt three other people suffered minor injuries this morning comes manda factor caught up with abc news security contributor than former fbi special agent steve gomez sweat strikes you in particular about what happened in manhattan this morning low its most significant right now given what we know is whether this was an intentional explosion where he exploded at the time that he that that it occurred or was accidental which would indicate that this was not a sophisticated device nor sophisticated individual trying to commit an attack it is being classified as an act of terror though right absolutely and and it should be given the nature of attack could have occurred in new york and all over the world and and you know the initial indications you have to approach it as a potential terrorist attack but the investigations going to definitely develop other information regarding the person's motivation and how he got the explosive device and uh and his intent when he got there see the manhattan is even more busy during the holidays and then ever i would imagine security was already very tight security his it in new york city is security is always tied and the specially during the holiday in manhattan and the e they just have the attack on.

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"motech" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The ird line at four two in seven then shuttle a time square and the once you in three train police recall to a reporter the explosion responding units fallon injured 27yearold male we've identified him as hi ed la paix k hey why he the you l l h he had granted moons through his body preliminary investigation at the scene indicates this mail was wearing an improvised motech explosive device attached to his body paint temporarily detonated that device looks like there are three other people in the immediate perry all sustained minor injuries but got grows going to talk about that the subject was placed in custody and transported to bellevue hospital immediate greece response to the scene included members of the transit bureau emergency service division bomb squad counterterrorism empty a police state troopers can yet be ice joint terrorist task force in addition the nypd strategic response group accurate this god's command her signed two other key transportation hubs and other locations throughout the city as precautionary measure means the'sensitive was captured on transit since the video a further review an interview witnesses underway a thorough background investigation into i k ed la being conducted by the joint terrorist task force we're are asking anyone who may have any information about this individual for incident equality tara hotline nats payday and why seen say are you heard from bill bratton comrade mayor de blasio of new york james o'neill new york city police commissioner and also saying the port authority bomber who he is identifying him there is some background on this there uh the destroy trump media insists that today's attack in new york city in the subway system was carried out by a lone wolf and no coordination how they kid jump to these conclusions so fast as always interesting to me two weeks ago we know that isis issued a direct threat to.

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"motech" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on Super Station 101

"In businesses investing in their employees through higher wages and in higher growth and update from new york city authorities on the explosion today at the port authority bus terminal new york's mayor called it an attempted terrorist attack the 27yearold suspect was badly injured and three other minor injuries were reported such as headaches and ringing in the years here's nypd commissioner james o'neill play investigation at the scene indicates this man all is worrying and it provides motech explosive device attached to his body he intentionally detonated that device brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer newscom i'm jay hot that doug jones is too liberal for alabama jones will not protect your second amendment rights he has clearly stated he will vote to weaken gun ownership you will not vote to confirm president trump's appointment to the us supreme court joan support sanctuary cities in his against president trump's border wall you will not protect the unborn jones openly support abortion up to birther jones will fight president trump and our conservative agenda unassembled twelve american needs alabama with only a slim republican majority in the senate we can't send liberal democrat doug jones to washington one vote difference on the supreme court will forever weaken our second amendment rights to bear arms and remove protections to the unborn even planned parenthood has endorsed doug jones liberal dutch jones will block strong concerted injustices vote republican though conservative though who way more knock evora ride by even nor can it again he came out in republican party revise your by mona rolling out in everybody wants ex under sunny skies we've got a brief warm up this afternoon with a high close to fifty eight degrees so it will feel better later today mostly clear in the low near thirty seven four tonight a pretty strong cold front comes through early tuesday morning temperatures won't be quite as warm on tuesday they'll be some clouds around and it will be windy at times too high temperatures tomorrow only in the mid and upper 40s is this wvtm thirteen meteorologist stephanie walker with your forecast on this crawford broadcasting station.

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"motech" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on 710 WOR

"R t line at four two in seven vanessa shuttle a time square and the 1213 train police were called to a reported explosion responding units found injured 27yearold male we've identified him as i k ed la a k y e d u l l a h he had granted wounds to his body preliminary investigation at the scene indicates this mail was wearing an improvised motech explosive device attached to his body the intentionally detonated that device looks like there are three other people in the immediate perry also sustained minor injuries but died dan reicher is going to talk about that the subject was placed in custody and transported to bellevue hospital okay so grand total of four people hurt the most serious injuries among those four people to the bomber himself ocoee at ola the other three people not seriously hurt as we heard from commissioner o'neill let's brand of yours allah stockton rossini now she is there at the port authority alice we got you with us anat by you hurt they've police commissioner say they believe he intentionally detonated this bomb that was you know they described it as a suicide bomber fast but they also say that it was put together with cell crowe and lift ties velcro and if tai road and so it was a very uh you know amateur bomb an amateur pipe bombs that exploded in this passageway between seventh and eighth avenue now this investigation is still underway there's a lot of questions that was made on answer but generals feeling after this conference jeff is that you know we dodged a bullet your it could have been a lot worse and they've been massively worse so if if you see something base something and the three people the other three people that were injured uh suffer ringing in their ears than they were able to get out of the tunnel by themselves and they they took themselves to the hospital and so you know this this could have been a lot worse they have not confirmed where this guy was from we have reports earlier that he was from brooklyn and that's screamed something about isis before this thing went off though uh they're not confirming that at this point but this investigation.

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"motech" Discussed on Guard the Guardians

Guard the Guardians

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"motech" Discussed on Guard the Guardians

"So is plenty because I have this conversation now with so many people, I'm very I'm very blessed to say at the point of my life on very comfortable with YM as a person and my personality and everything that I'm doing. But there was a time where I really didn't know myself, and I'd like you said, I really struggle with. Okay. The current might statement, you know, as a fifteen year old high school boy, you know, with freckles and whatever else pimples and whatnot low self confidence. You know, I really found an identity in the military before I joined so I will, you know, spend hours watching every military movie that could get my hands on, you know, most saving private Ryan, you know, Black Hawk Down. You know? I mean, literally everything because I wanted to you know, what who was the time didn't seem good enough. Right. And I want these guys had that that would solve portrayed in film and everything else. And so that's really what prompted me. Join Motech, and it was a struggle. Because you know, it's almost like you don't really under. You have no idea what you're going to be. You don't have you really make it up from scratch. And it as sometimes to wells coming up almost felt a little resentment as well because I felt like I had it's so much harder than everybody else because I was paving pathway that. No one really set for them. Yeah. That makes a lot of sense. I you know, it's I was blessed to to have my dad in my life. You know, the whole time in I guess I was getting double servings because he him being a veteran. But it's it makes total sense to me how this vision would start to kind of fill itself in do you feel that the work that you did to kind of create this identity for yourself? Do you think that that's had any long lasting impact on the way that you are now that you're out of the military? Oh, absolutely. When you're younger. It's a struggle. Right. Because you remember that resentments there, you see what other people have, you know, you go to the Cadman people have like they're like third generation at the naval academy. So they're rolling in the plead summer they're rolling in to, you know, their their experiences, and they already have a baseline of what to expect versus me. I put like I was just. I was going. I was just going along. Right. But let me tell you when I started to get out. And I was getting ready for my transition the world just felt wide open. I put like I could do whatever it is wanted to do. And that's what gave me the confidence to go ahead and do the boxing thin. That's interesting. I want to dive into that again later when we sort of talk about, you know, the the life that you live now that I have another question for you. As far as the experience going into the military because we do have a lot of people that are currently civilians that listen to the show, and I think that one I haven't done a very good job of highlighting what the front end of the pipeline looks like so as you were getting ready to go into plebe summer, the naval academy in imagine. The same is true for any service academy that you're gonna go to what was what was on your mind, were you did you have any sense of trepidation or nervousness getting ready for that that initial tidal wave, you know, that smacks over you? When you finally put the uniform on and you got people in your face. So my experience with the military actually started with the naval academy prep school. So you wanna go fast forty year for those familiar with the naval cabinet prep school if you apply to the naval academy and you're not offered on appointment. You still have the option to get appointed to the prep school where you'll go for year. And with you make a certain GPA in meet the requirements. You oughta madly get appointment to the cabinet and the puck school was originally built as a transition for prior enlisted entering the naval academy. So those have been out in the fleet for a few years. Now, they're getting ready to go to the Cadillac will they need your Tom to kinda do some advanced coursework to prepare them for the rigors of a Annapolis. And so they also offer that too..

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