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Caller Reviews South Carolina Children's Theatre's Production of 'Annie'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 6 hrs ago

Caller Reviews South Carolina Children's Theatre's Production of 'Annie'

"I was in the audience with my grandkids, and my adult children and you were fantastic. The whole cast was good. The production itself was beyond a children's theater. And anybody that can get a ticket should go. You're so confident. You were dead immortal. You were in character. Yeah, no, I love that. I love that part. It's a great story because it's and I, you know, there's a monologue in the show about being alone. And you know, when I lost my Denise, it's like you think about that. You think about what's if you don't have anybody to share your life with, you might like the line is on the show. You might as well might as well be alone and broke again and back in hell's kitchen. So thank you, pan. That means a lot to me. The audiences have been incredible. It's been so fun and I think you're right. This does not feel like children's theater. No, not at all. And there were all ages. There were old people like me and there were little kids and we talked about it when we left that every one of them. Thank you. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Pam. That means a lot to me. Thank you very much for calling in and

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Joe Biden Begins National COVID Strategy Originated by Gov. Ron DeSantis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden Begins National COVID Strategy Originated by Gov. Ron DeSantis

"So the ironic part about this whole thing is Biden keeps trashing every Republican out there like Ron DeSantis who are doing things that are actually effective Florida's unemployment rate is super low The infection rates from COVID have taken a nosedive hospitalization rates because Ron DeSantis thought it was a good idea set up monoclonal antibody centers That's funny You have to trashing to Ron DeSantis It doesn't work that pseudoscience witchcraft voodoo Sounds kind of like Joe Biden's doing the same thing Here's guy Benson on Fox News last night addressing exactly that point Check this out Part of what the president talked about today was this doctor Nicole Safire also familiar to our Fox family tweeted today Part of President Biden's winter COVID plan is forming surge teams to provide monoclonal antibodies in other treatments to people infected It's a great move One that was met with criticism when it was done months ago by governor Ron DeSantis guy Yeah you got to imagine governor desantis is sitting down there in Tallahassee or wherever he's traveling in the state and saying you know that seems like a really good idea Maybe someone should have thought of that Of course that's precisely what he did in the state of Florida He was criticized for it First they called it sort of quackery It wasn't going to work It wasn't proven science and then more doctors came out so actually this is a very effective treatment for COVID And so the next allegation was that somehow this was corruption on the part of governor desantis that he was pay for play or involved in something like that That did not pan out at all And now you've got the president incorporating precisely this exact same idea into his national strategy his battle plan for the winter against COVID and it looks like governor desantis down in Florida is emerging again as

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The Incredible True Story of Squanto

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:09 min | Last week

The Incredible True Story of Squanto

"In 1608 before any ships before any people settled in what's now Massachusetts, I never knew this, because we all know that the Mayflower landed there in 1620. Chris, you knew that? I did at one point in my life. Right. So 1620 is when the pilgrims land at Plymouth. Sorry. But I always assumed growing up that that's the first time that anybody came to like what's Massachusetts. But I found out that's not the case. And the story of squanto, which I'm going to tell right now, which just wait, wait till you hear this. It starts in 1608, and it turns out that English trading ships would travel from Europe from England to Iceland, Greenland make their way down Nova Scotia all the way down and they would trade with the natives. Now I never knew that. So the natives were familiar with English sailors coming and trading and giving them knives and pots and pans and they would give them pelts and whatever. And they would trade. I never knew this. Well, in 1608, a group, a group, a ship led by a captain hunt lands or drops anchor off of what is today Plymouth Massachusetts. And the braves come down to the shore to trade with them as they've done before. Well, just so happens that this captain hunt was a bad man, and instead of trading with the braves, they whack them over the head, put them in the long boat, take them out to the ship, throw them in the hold, sail to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. This is 1608, one of the braves was a 12 year old. Boy named tisquantum. Now this is true story. This is all documented. I've done the research. Others have done the research. It's true. So he has bought by some kindly friars, who seemed to treat him well. Teach him the Christian religion, and this is the part that we'll never know how this happened. But they arrange for him to be freed and to travel to London. Now imagine from malaga Spain to London. So this is an Indian from what is today Massachusetts, a Native American, a patuxent, makes its way to London with the idea, and this is where it's crazy of getting back across the Atlantic to go back home. I know. It's like being on the moon and saying, so when's the next ship going back? There's no next ship going back. What are you talking about? But I guess the idea was not insane. He worked in London from what is it around 1612, 1613 for four or 5 years with a family called slany. This is all documented. This Indian named squanto to squantum learns the English language. He's there when he's there when Queen Elizabeth is on the throne, we're talking Shakespeare is writing his play. So he's in London. This Massachusetts Indian, and this is years before the pilgrims ever get to Plymouth rock, crazy, right? In 1618, I believe 1619, a ship is found. For him to go back to his home. And he's going to translate obviously because he knows the language. He's going to be on the ship working with these English as they're stopping, you know, and he's going to be doing the translating and so on and so forth. So somehow he gets passage on a ship. The ship ends up having to spend the winter in I can't remember if it was Iceland or Greenland. It's in my book. Where does it say? Newfoundland now, hold on a second. Anyway, the point is that it took them quite a while to get there, right? So they basically, no, it was Newfoundland. Sorry. They spend the winter in Newfoundland. And then the next spring, this is like 1619, they bring him to what's now the coast of Massachusetts drop him off. Thank you very much. Goodbye. This sounds crazy, right? This is document. This is a true story. So a year plus before the pilgrims land. This Indian has made the journey from Plymouth to Spain to London, spans 5 years London, learns the English language, learns the ways the English, and then ends up back where he started. He finds his way on foot to the village, which is right where Plymouth is today, right? Village where his Indian, where his family is, they have all been wiped out. In ten years, he's dreamed about getting home, he's dreamed about returning. He's dreamed for ten years. He's thought in his mind of doing the impossible to get all the way back

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ABC's George Stephanopoulos Pushes Kamala Harris on Border Crisis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 2 weeks ago

ABC's George Stephanopoulos Pushes Kamala Harris on Border Crisis

"So here's the tsarina herself. Kamala Harris, being asked by George Stefan biopolis, why don't you fix the border? You're supposed to be calling the shots. Listen to this, astounding answer, and keep it in the context of knowing she's what we're stuck with if we don't have Biden. 8 months ago, the president gave you the job of addressing the root causes of migration. But last month, we learned that in the past year had the highest number of illegal border courses, since they started to be recorded in 1960, what are you doing to turn that around? How long will it take? Well, it's not gonna be overnight. We can't just flip a switch and make it better. The reality is that we inherit a system and immigration system that was deeply broken, and it's requiring us to actually put it back together in terms of creating a fair process that is effective and efficient. But on the root causes peace, what we're looking at is that, you know, frankly, people don't want to leave home, George. And when they do, it's one of two reasons. They're fleeing some kind of harm, or to stay at home. They just simply can not satisfy the basic needs of their family. That would be the alternative to Joe Biden. So you want to go from the frying pan into the fire. That's what we got. The Biden Harris

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"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

04:44 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"Buy rent or you buy rehab rent refinance. Repeat right so the first strategy Keeping all time money absolutely relieved that harmony part out of the Oftentimes on you could buy with cash or money. It's up to you. i guess. I've heard i've listened to a lot of a different different methods pretending to burr. But never actually arabia. I just wasn't on top of my mind. I hadn't really heard about it. But i never really hear about people. Take hard money loans to do that. But i guess not really be financing about the action renovation itself exactly and i got to reiterate like a hard money. Loan is a way to get into deals so if you believe a deal is good paying. The cost of hardly alone is worth it because just posted. Make more money than you're paying in hard gus. You're doing. You're doing these deals. And you're losing money because of the hardware cost. That is not good. Okay all right another question too so you know. A lot of offers are on the market. You know everyone's cash off you won't cash offers was done tomorrow so if wakes do hard money loan it's like twenty eighty on a million opportunity thousand and you eight hundred to the seller. Does that look like a million dollars. Castio for them or is still looked like a regular twenty percent download with. Yeah that's another great question So i guess. I'll tell you how most investors dealers When they write the offer they right cash offer but in the notes section. They say they have the option to use hard money. Loan some some people just right cash offer to. That's technically correct. You're supposed to let them know that you're still getting alone now. The reason that people want cash offers is it because they actually want cash they just want a smooth process bs appraisals. How all these random stuff getting canceled. You'd have to wait thirty days. You want to close quickly. Hardly loans satisfies that requirement. We get in you. Don't ask him any questions. And we closed quickly.

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"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

05:47 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"Good the town of import so that has to be buy in seoul bought and sold or just like if i own poppy than ever sold any that would still count rental properties or they rehabs. That are half completed. I think that's a little bit to the dixie. Donald the title. It doesn't but you can kind of see you. Like oh he just bought and properties last week. You know i'm not gonna call you a super experienced investor right just last week. Oh he's pop briefly five six years he's hold onto them rental properties cool. Yeah yeah counts. Yes i was more saying like oh One property every six months property every twelve months and i accrued that five popular five years. But i bought them as the left it. Does that still count. I mean the rentals right. Yeah accounts for sure. I mean you experience as a landlord you have experienced holding onto them. It's just that you know you don't want to say oh this one guy my peers example. He bought like ten properties last week. He's not here to borrow right. He's still young guy harpies once in my mother question was during your renovation process. What happens if there's unexpected costs like crazy terminating or like you know kind of like more forces in nature things right where sarah wholesome floors rotted or you have a sinkhole in the middle of your house like you know. Just crazy things that happen. Sometimes time are are there any special Exceptions to those kind of issues or are we supposed to do due diligence before asking for money loans to kind of figure that out. You mean terms of your rehab budget and increasing the rehab budget. Correct yeah yeah so for my understanding at least Once the rehab budget is set and we close That's it that's all. We held back for you if you need to get more budget than you need to refinance so you got to call me again and we'd have to figure out like okay what to do here and then goes along process again and where the cost another point. I don't know. I never done a refinance like that usually happens first of all would like no one has ever had such a crazy problem. We're exit themselves. Okay yeah i had one hundred percent. We have budget still have like thirty grand to six issues so they able to take care of it on their own but if that was the case due to come back to me and basically it's always good to know i i feel like i'm just like always worse. Case scenario glasses have fool Now it's now before your knee deep into it. You can't do anything about it. Also twenty five percent. I mean so obviously you know pflipsen in l. a. are are much more pricey than like say scott sellars Down texas or somewhere. Montana or something so other different rules for different states different like housing prices if the house price drops like some two hundred thousand. Is there a higher chance of even a new flipper getting ninety percent kobe. Or something like that It's it's possible. I always say having good credit scores having strong reserves and a being. How do you say like articulate with what you would you planning right because the lender the confidence to give you these higher. Risk riskier loans. If you just think.

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"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

05:13 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"You'd wanna over leverage like five million dollars cash Yeah i mean i. That's how i got in trouble. So ticket tickets for me Don't don't do that if you just started. But if you're a experienced investors you have great crew you have lot of equity. I mean i don't see any reason to not give you more loans like we have people who are doing like five million dollars in loans every single month right from like four or five different properties and just doing it nonstop so there's no real limit as long as you have the financial means to do the deals. We don't want to give you all this money and you end up knocking the do your projects and you go bankrupt. That's that's no go. It's basically gce version of own on housing crash. Don't do that just to take a slow. you know. Make sure you have equity right because you never know you never know. something happens. Probably doesn't sell excited to sell. You have to hold onto a longer these things. Yeah no. it's it's always gonna be safe. It's just you know. Get to know when you when you feel like you. Wanna take off limitations. Are i mean that's true. There are some other lenders. I know they have exposure like two million dollars per person no matter what whereas for us. That's not the case. If you can do the projects we will find the deals and When you do the hard money loan what happens if you say you have a partner in the process. Is there a different way to go about it. Is there like a different type of contract is do you take both accounts adam together. Only take the most experienced guy Was a help or hurt you. I guess that's a great question so typically for highway alone have partner helps you because you can combine your funds to show liquidity like. Oh myself i only have hundred grand but with another friend. Two hundred grand inaugu. Bigger deals Or hey i have one guy that has a seven hundred credit score another guy that has like sixty credit score. Well because two of years. I could look at the seven hundred guy again. This is the case for the short term loan for the long-term along the different story. And get after this this podcast but jerry. Speaking having a partner helps you And also depends like how you're structured right. So are you like both under the contract here or is this like a money partner. Silent guy like woke scenario. You're talking about here. I would think that maybe it'd be both in one scenario. Thinking in my head is yeah. If you have the money guy so he may be funds. The house in the new fund the rental part right so you kind of put. Your sweat could become a partner..

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"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

05:03 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"Draw told they're done with the project just want the money so they don't like sit on it while they're trying property By on average is going to be between two and three draws for each property to do and you mentioned that like typically for flipper. You're saying you would pay a gce or have a juicy field offer you but in special cases say like for me and my own dc is there any way to incorporate any other like fees for myself or costs incurred by myself in the process either through having an llc established rec- corp or something like that or is this era case. Yeah it's case. Most people do hire out their own stuff. They don't like g. c. n. If they do then you don't pay themselves. I guess that's a tricky situation that maybe you can talk directly to our contracting construction to how they handle it A rare case. Most people don't just pay themselves. Your guess is not for payment more for like any incurred costs Conducting random occurred constant. Between you know so a lot of times. I think some jeez ended up. Lumping that into a g c fee. But it's kind of like accidental lump sum of cash. Yeah you can definitely have like a contingency fee. Some people they put in ten percent on the scope of work. So barring more but doesn't mean that stop into it over so because is that a separate line on the form when you apply for renovation vs. That's what they usually do. Yeah okay that makes sense into terms. You're saying that like it was twelve months. I believe for the term of hard money loan. Is there options for lower rate for less time or a larger rate for eighteen months or something like that. Yeah good question It's actually the opposite. I think for the longer duration loans ray trashed more favorable. So and the reason is that for the longer term loans like twenty four month thirty six month. Sixty month loans There is a prepayment penalty period associated with that so for our company for our twelve eighteen..

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"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

03:56 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"Then we'll say million that's kind of how it works out. It's one point front. Just means that we're give me less money so the one of front than does that mean you can cause i'm talking. I'm trying to figure out how much cashing have in your pocket right. So is that being that it does kind of rule into the loan about but then you guys just get paid out at the end for that or no you. It has having a higher down payment right so if you're doing eighty percent loan with us any have a certain amount of closing costs so i've just saving twenty percent. Maybe you need like twenty percent because two percent of that will go towards closing costs. Okay and then let's get back. Let's get into the renovation. Half of the hard money loan so the home purchase is pretty straightforward just like buying in their home but the renovation see by million home we have one hundred thousand renovations just easy calculation. You say you'd get the same percentage so safe because i'm new. It'd be twenty percent. So if i told you one hundred thousand renovations you don't reimburse me eighty thousand that's negotiating point too so it's possible you know like for our most experienced investors. We can do ninety percent of purchasing one hundred percent of rehab. Okay yeah so. It's not out of their own possibility. To eighty percent of purchasing one hundred percent of rehab and explained the process of submitting four are getting money back on the rehab and Let's the time line of say My floor guy came in verse. I paid him twenty thousand dollars today after. I talked to you guys. How long will it takes me to get reimbursed for that amount question so for the rehab. I talked about the whole rehab process. Okay so the very beginning If you say hey. I need a rehab loan with it. The get-go we're going to need the scope of work from you. We do have our own template again. Every is different but for us. We have a template that we're gonna ask you to fill out. That breaks down the line item of what things cost and at yeta. We'll send that to a third party company to do something called a feasibility study. So that feasibility study is basically an appraisal on your scope of work just to make sure that these numbers are again in. The realm of reality. Juicy isn't just writing some. Es numbers are super higher. Super-low now that increases your processing fee by six hundred fifty dollars because we are sending you out to a third party company was that's approved and again let's assume examples k. That eighty percent version and one hundred percent of rehab and again your rehab cost one hundred thousand so in the eighty percent version. First of all you as investors are going to decide. How many draws you want to do so when you request a reimbursement. They're called draws You ascend dry out back to our team kind of describing like phase like how much you paid why breaking what you pay so far with invoices receipts and whatever we will send an inspector over to take photos and report back to us what you did. And then they'll reimburse you a dollar of what you spend so far now in the one hundred percents apple that just reimburse you everything you since you spend so far now every time you do draw that does cost you two hundred sixty five dollars again. Every company is different with how they charge that for our company..

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"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

04:55 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"A year. Two houses they studied hard money because they wanna leverage what they have to do. More projects anytime. Yeah yeah i mean. And also i think everyone when they start in real estate they. They're always trying to do everything you know. So life people wanted to wholesaling. They wanna do flipping. They wanna just do maybe tc rent. They wanna do out of state rentals. You know. I think that was part conference conversations while so let's just one obviously when. Try this out but you know maybe you pivot don't leader even if you do pivot i think harmony loans would still help if you wanna flip out of state or multiple. The prices are lower..

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

05:27 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan

"I don't think i've done episode about it so not here to answer his questions. So we're kind of going live here as if many of you guys you'll call me on on my phone and ask you questions and is repeating it at times. We can just have the questions here and then we're gonna hopefully This into it so just in. Thank so much for coming on the show today. Yeah i've been listening to your podcast everything. Rei for a longtime already so in top of my head whenever a question i just think a calling you so i guess this is the the next up above that. I appreciate it and you know. It's always cool to help out. France when whenever i can. Yeah yeah before we jump into to watch about yourself and navy. Your situation y. You're looking for harmony loan. Yeah so do you want to go back into how i even started in real estate. Jansher whatever you want. Yeah so you know. I was back on mechanical engineering fairly similar to yourself Obviously we met at ucla. So that's kind of where it all started. We both worked at the company which is a funny thing and northrop we did. Yeah but You know any. We're both kind of in this now and so for me as calculation wanted to build stuff and i had a chance to renovate my friend's home with him in redondo beach and i loved it. You know bringing some old outdated you know each house into something super modern super beautiful with my own hands. It's like kind of. I became engineer floor and it was..

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Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:05 min | Last month

Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

"There may be another tool in the fight against severe cobit nineteen infection and it comes in the form of a pill already on the market a new study finds an antidepressant fluvoxamine was able to reduce the need for hospitalization among high risk adults with Kobe nineteen fluvoxamine was tested because it's known to reduce inflammation in addition to treating depression and obsessive compulsive behavior a study in Brazil found sixteen percent of those with underlying conditions needed hospitalization after getting cold bit but only eleven percent of those taking fluvoxamine needed the enhanced medical support it only costs about four dollars for a course of treatment while antibody IV medications cost about two thousand dollars this was part of a larger study of eight existing drugs to see if they might be used against Kobe eight nineteen hydroxide chloroquine ivermectin and met foreman have not panned out hi Jackie Quinn

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Democrats continue to negotiate on Biden's Build Back Better bill before he heads to Europe

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Democrats continue to negotiate on Biden's Build Back Better bill before he heads to Europe

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats say they're getting closer but they still haven't finalized president Joe Biden sweeping domestic plan despite house speaker Nancy Pelosi declaring Democrats are in pretty good shape on president Joe Biden's signature domestic spending plan there is no final agreement yet senator Joe Manchin panned the newly unveiled plans for a billionaire's tax to help pay for the one point seven five trillion dollar package mentioned also turned thumbs down on paid family leave a reconciliation bill major problems in California Biden has been pushing for talks to conclude before he leaves for overseas global summit but while that deadline is symbolic another deadline looms Sunday that's when the smaller bipartisan roads and bridges infrastructure bill must be approved by the house or funds for routine transportation programs could expire Mike

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McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | Last month

McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

"So America, Joe Biden, you go out there and vote for Terry mccaul and Joe Biden after last night's rally. There was a, quote, rally. Let me show you a couple of pictures, put up by our friend Mac. Here is the CBS picture of the rally that the president did with Terry mcauliffe in Virginia last night. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see that picture. I don't see it yet, so maybe it's stuck in the ether. But it looks like a good crowd. You don't even think, wow, wow, the president may have more hustle than we think. Maybe he's really good at it. Then you pan out. There's the first picture. That's the CBS News picture. Then you pan out, and they've taken over one corner of one tiny park in Virginia across the river from The White House. And they basically rounded up the locals and shuffled them into maybe 300 people there. That 300 people Dwayne, do you think that's 300 people? I'm not sure that that's 300 people. But the president, though, is simply out to lunch on this stuff. Here he is, last night, talking about blend young and who has clearly got the Democrat scared to death of winning an upset that would be an earthquake in America. Cut number 17. Jesse look how he's closing his campaign. He's gone from banning a woman's right to choose to banning books written by a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning author. Toni Morrison. So if you talk about love, by the way, which I just finished recently and he's talking about not banning books, but about allowing parents to know which books are being read in what their messages are beloved as a fine book for teenagers to read and I'm sure glad you can would agree with that. But if you have to start what you're attacking opponent is saying, then you're responding to attacks two days before an election with a weak and unpopular president in a tiny park with nobody in it. And that means Terry mcauliffe is sucking air because people don't like Joe Biden

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Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Migrant Caravan Heading to US Border

"Right now there is a multi thousand person caravan heading straight for our country, right to the southern border. Between all the mainstream activist networks ABC, NBC CBS CNN MSNBC, zero, mentions on their morning show. This morning that there is a multi thousand person caravan heading for the southern border. Let's go to cut 40 build illusion reporting on how migrants are hiding in cars on trains on their way to San Antonio high cut 40. What you're looking at are Texas state troopers finding 19 illegal immigrants hiding inside of brand new cars that were inside of a train being shipped to the San Antonio area. You can see the troopers looking at those migrants panning up and down Texas DPS pulled 5 other single adult males off of this train arrested them as well. They are all going to jail as well. Again, they are not being handed over to border patrol. And now cut 25, Fox shows how many Texas has deployed the state National Guard as caravans gather in Mexico, heading for Texas, play cut 25. What you're looking at is the Texas National Guard deploying to the area in and around the Del Rio international bridge. Why are they doing this? Because they've seen that migrant caravan that's on the way to the United States as we speak. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he is not going to allow another Del Rio situation to happen like we saw with the Haitians last month. He is pre deploying resources out there as a Shoal force to say if the federal government isn't going to secure that area, the state of Texas will step up. We will fill that void, and they are sending a message to that caravan saying, you will not be allowed to enter Texas. Texas is learning from their lesson of the last lesson I should say are their mistake where they allowed Haitians just to walk right into the state of Texas with almost no one stopping

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Author Michael Guillen: We're Able to Perceive Things Not Visible to the Eye

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | Last month

Author Michael Guillen: We're Able to Perceive Things Not Visible to the Eye

"Folks I'm talking to Michael gillan, who's a scientist, who's written a book called believing is seeing a physicist explains how science shattered his atheism and revealed the necessity of faith. So you were just saying Michael gill really extraordinary experiment. They separate the connection between someone's left hemisphere and right hemisphere. And then they ask them, what do you see, cover up one eye? What do you see? Whatever. So the first time they cover up the right eye, and I'm sorry. The first time we cover up the left, which means you had it right. The first time they showed the picture of a frying pan to Joe, the split brain patient, they showed it to his right eye, which means that was being the image was being processed by the left hemisphere. And he had no problem identifying and naming it. He's a friend. Okay. Okay. Then sometime later, you know, they were jumping jumbling all these pictures. They showed that same frying pan image to his left eye, which means the image was being processed by the right hemisphere. And guess what? He said, well, I don't see anything. And the said, what do you mean? You don't see anything? No. And then they said, then they said to him, okay, close your eyes and draw the first thing that comes to your mind. So the guy closes his two eyes and draws, guess what? A frying pan. So what that indicates to us is that we're able to perceive things that are not visible. We're able to perceive things that are invisible to the eye. And that is where I start exploring the nature of faith because if you think about it, faith is all about seeing or perceiving truths that we can not see or prove in any or even imagine.

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"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:52 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"More and more manifestations of Thomas Sankara in the country's politics and culture? Do you see his face on posters in public? Are there things being named after him? Has he become more of a touchstone? Do you think the further we get from his death? So if you take in work at Google, you will see many public buildings that have been renamed after him. You have the university to master Kara, which is the new one built and then functional two or three years ago. And then you have avenues that have been renamed baptized after him. And you have in the country, a minute tokens that have been renamed after Tomas to show that there is an importance of given to him and given to his vision. And you will have people claiming to be thankless party. So people have taken his name is vision and created a party. And even today, we have the thank our party who is now member of the majority ruling party. Just as a final thought, then whichever way this trial may go, do you think the fact of having the trial has made Thomas Sankara even more prominent than he already was in Burkina Faso's consciousness? No, I don't think that this trial has made him more prominent. But I think that it was prominent because people knew him and even if this trial is not start, people will still have him in mind. I think what this trial has contributed to, that it will end life people and those who are Tomas and those who are still feeding this idea. This vision, this frame of Tomas Ankara to know what happened during that day of October the 15th to know who killed Thomas Ankara and why and also how they did it. So this trial will bring this life to people who have stomach and carra has an icon. And also, maybe it will help to kill ourselves people to move forward because there have been waiting this trial for 34 years and now it's happening. That means that there is one part of the history that is very important of Burkina Faso that will be brought to public. And after this trial, maybe people will come together and then this will help the government wish it will contribute to bring people to bring the consolation among a book in a citizen. In Ouagadougou, thank you for joining us. Thomas.

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"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

05:26 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Is it okay for you to have this syndrome? It's up to you. It's up to you. Boy, there's consequences for this. Right? And there's some signs. Right? That could tell you like, oh, how can I know if I'm this kind of syndrome, right? Let me see. Let me see. It says here. They're very good. These are more like relationship. Kinda thing, right? It says. They talk about some of the signs that you might have this kind of syndrome, right? People that don't clean the room. They are living room, the vicious, that's a big one. They always tire a legacy. They leave the job frequently when they feel bored. They make a little bit effort to find a job. Move from field to field without spending time developing skill. I hate that one. Only takes part time work, I know interesting pursuing promotion opportunities. Right? Now that I have a family, now that I have all the purposes in my life, that's one of the most important thing. How can I just move from here? All the way to here, right? And that's very important. Also, one that I noticed myself years ago was thinking about unrealistic expectation like by this time I will have a $1 million, right? But now realizing how much work a $1 million is. And I think there was a song about millennials, right? What millennials think what happened when they get to the 30s? And there was a lot of unrealistic expectation. And that one was the $1 million. The famous $1 million. Another symptom for the Peter Pan, you'll reflect in people. You're lying a lot. You are still emotional instability. That means that you just you can not hold yourself correctly, right? Interesting is that the tolerant people in the world, right? But they don't have a clear ethic of morals right to use, go to the world. Not accountable. Lack of accountability. And you can find all of these in the Internet. There's a bunch of them and that I can tell bam even used the drugs and stuff like that. That's true. If you steal in your old age, you still using cocaine, marijuana, stuff, you're drinking a lot. You're smoking a lot. You're out of control. You can not hold yourself, or you just allow these dangers to take over. You're still in that syndrome. Then that was a lot of them. You can find this in the health line dot com, or you can just type it in Google. You can have the best guide that can explain it, Jordan Peterson, you can just go to Google. And type the Peter Pan affect those syndrome Europe Peterson. And there's some one of these videos that where they have like infographic. And they explain this so well. I mean, so well, that you can literally literally just grasp the concept of it, right? If you're in part in that group, make sure that you're not. You're not deny it. Just accept that you just move forward with it, right? And with this, I'm going to close my episode for today. The Peter pass syndrome. And if you identify with a lot of these traits, make sure you start working with yourself. Always working yourself. They're always space to walk in yourself. Don't feel like it is over, no no, you can still broken yourself and you still feel like you're acting or don't acting like you were 20 years ago. It's time to step back and breathe in every analyze some of the behaviors that we have in the UK. If you identify it, of course. This watch your episode number a 104 for the PFO music pocket. You know what to do? Share your content, you want to support it as well. That's going to be a link down below. With this, I'm gonna cut it amount..

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"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

08:09 min | Last month

"pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Topic. The Peter Pan effect. You part of this community, you know how popular that concept is. Especially for millennials, we're going to talk about that, we're not going to hide from it. We're going to talk about that. The Peter benefit. I remember just listening to this effect or the syndrome I call like this a couple years ago when I encounter Jordan Peterson. A was fascinated, I was very fascinated because I was very well inclined, or will identify with the concept of the other person was given regarding the Peter Pan in fact. It is basically an adult kit. From a small child he had this hundreds of possibility, right? Go to high school, still, you know, you're not a child anymore. You're a teenager, you used to have possibilities. You're in college just 25 years old. You're dumb. You do things reckless. But you think there's still possibility until you get 30 years old, everybody looks an adult, but you look like a kid. And there's no responsibilities. You want to still play like you're a kid, but you're still looking at all. And your possibilities are diminishing. So let's just read this from Google. It says that Peter Pan syndrome affects people who do not want to one or feel unable to grow up, people with the body of an adult, but the mind of the kid. Syndrome is not currently considered a cycle pathology, psychopathy, whatever. However, an increasingly larger number of door adults are presenting emotional immature behaviors in western societies. Think about that. A great amount of adults are having immature behaviors. And what is that, right? Why is that, we are in the state in the western world. I am hypotheses, not conclusions. During the 90s, Ryan, we had this first wave or two parent houses, right? The came to effect, right? The 80s and 90s and early 2000s. Especially in the 90s. Where now fathers and parents are not teaching kids how to train for culture. And let me follow me. So before that generation there was only one person working at home. It will be pop and probably miss mom was helping with the house helping with the kids. So there was a trifle culture directly. Through them all. While papa would just go out and work and just try to make things happen. And then when that would just come to home, it would be okay. It's time to show you how the world goes. By that time, mom already did her job and just really nurture the kid to be ready, right? And they keep known when he goes with pop, pop is going to keep teaching tough love, right? Tough love, they're going to need in the world. He always have mom and mom will be, you know, the one making sure that his emotions are not all place, right? As emotional support. You need that is the logical support. It will show you how to go to the toughest places, tougher lessons of life, and then mom will be the one telling you, it's okay, everything will be fine, right? There's a great combination of both. We get to the 80s, we get tonight, so we get the early 2000s. What happened? Mom and pop are both working. They're not spending time with the kids. So now we have a problem. The problem goes that the person just raising kids is destiny, they care, school, right? And, you know, nothing to do with parenting. So now we have a huge problem, right? Because now you've developed kids that they're lacking self control, maturity. They're liking responsibilities. They're still 35, they're still living with roommates and mom basements sometimes, and they pay for the basement, which is ridiculous. I think it was the last start with 33% of millennials are living with the parents in the basement. And we have the famous case I think was The New Yorker Connecticut where the family had to suit their son because their son was living in their basement, didn't want to do anything. So going back to the topic. So we have now trauma, the trauma is that parents are known in the house and just the outside is basically just raising the kids. In a lot of these kids never learn how to grow up because that and mom were not there to do so. Especially that was not there. Especially mom, the now mom for some reason want to just go out and start working. You can not be in a relationship where you are paying for day care. It's not supposed to happen that way. If your paint for day care, that means that your meaning of life is above your expectation. You need to humble a little bit, right? Because what happened is you're trying to give money to your kids, you think your kids are gonna be raised by money, right? And more importantly, you're not teaching your kids how to live life. So now, kids are in school, they go to college, they still get out of college and they still thinking like it's because that time frame that they have with mom and parents and mom and pop that was very crucial to teach them how to be a great citizens, right? It was missed because mom and pop were working. Thus now how you do things. Remember this is the first time that we have this kind of experiment. So what happened with this experiment, it felt completely because we thought that that relationship between mom and son of father and son of mom or daughter of father, it was not important. It is. So now, because of the lack of culture traveling or ethics and morals, right? We have this phenomenon, which is Peter Pan syndrome. Kids that not kids adults that they think they still are kids. And you know where you can see this a lot, right? You don't have to go to the countryside. Go to the cities. You will see that. You'll see people still in their late 40s, right? Thinking that they still in college or they still in high school. Right? Where they don't want to meet the fact that adulthood has come. In that something called accountability and responsibility need to be trafficked that's why we're going crazy. We're going crazy for the fact that we are not allowing ourselves to be liberated. By the things that need to be happen by the grace of God, which is nature. Okay? Let.

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What We Know About iOS 15

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 3 months ago

What We Know About iOS 15

"Operating system. We're gonna talk a little bit about that today. Kind of what we know about it what to expect all those fun details. Let's start here. So when will iowa's fifteen launch. Obviously we're going to hear about this on tuesday but if you're if you're trying to get a figure out an idea of wind we might see it I came up with a little bit of a ballpark estimate. And some of this is based on the launch of the iphone. Eleven in iowa's thirteen so the way it shook out back. Then which was i believe. Twenty nineteen apple had its event. Ten days later it released the next iphone. So basically the week of the event that friday where the preordered the week after that the phone was available for sale and iowa's thirteen launch the day before. So what does this mean for. Iowa's fifteen the apple event is on september fourteenth. In that case that friday september seventeenth would likely be when we see pre orders on the iphone. And then we'd see the iphone launch on september twenty fourth. If that's the case then that would likely mean that we see iowa's fifteen the day before which is september twenty third again. All a ballpark estimate just going off of kind of previous history of how they've done things how this pans that will see. But that's looking roughly. Maybe kind of like what we can expect to see. Iowa's fifteen available on our phones next question of course is how to download it. This parts fairly simple. Easy way to do it is go to your phone. Go to settings than general then go to software update and you'll see the little wheelspin and it'll tell you whether i was fifteen is ready to roll Usually if you're on east coast time. It's usually around the afternoon sets the best time to check. There are some older iphones though where you could plug in your laptop and go through i tunes kind of the old fashioned way It's you know it's it's not. It's not as clean

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Did Ending Pandemic UI Benefits Push Americans Back To Work?

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Did Ending Pandemic UI Benefits Push Americans Back To Work?

"Hiring slowed really sharply last month. Us employers added just two hundred thirty five thousand jobs in august restaurants in stores. Actually cut workers as a new wave of current. A virus cases made people nervous about eating out and in-person shopping but in the two months before that the economy was adding tons of jobs. More than a million jobs in july alone it seemed like there were help. Wanted signs everywhere. A lot of employers were complaining that they couldn't find enough workers and some of them blamed the relatively generous unemployment benefits and that was the logic behind the states that decided to end those benefits early. Which is what set up. Michael's experiment she speak to business owners. They say got jobs open. We can't sold them and the thought was that the reason they can't sell them because people would rather be on unemployment benefits then applying for work and as soon as we removed those benefits the labor market would start booming. People would start returning to work. Businesses would find the workers. They're looking for and all would be well now. That might have been a reasonable theory. But it's not what actually happened as we've talked about on the indicator before some earlier research showed unemployed workers in states that took away benefits. Were only a little more likely to find jobs than those in states that left the benefits in place and now michaels research is showing exactly the same thing. That's right in michael's experiment. Twenty five percent of the workers who lost their benefits in june had gone back to work by august now in states that left the benefits in place. Twenty one percent of unemployed people found jobs so there was only four percentage point difference when these benefits went away so all those employers were pointing to the benefits as the cause of all of these workers. Not taking jobs. Michael's research says that is not what happened. The thought was that. Removing people's benefits would really produce a surge in employment. And that's not what we see panning out

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The Silent Majority of America Will Not Be Denied

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 3 months ago

The Silent Majority of America Will Not Be Denied

"Watching biden try to change the subject away from afghanistan is quite a thing to behold president biden has done a miserable job with afghanistan. Everybody knows it now. There are reports of as expected the taliban hunting people down. You've got americans who are literally held hostage and americans you know there's an old phrase the silent majority. I'm old enough to remember that back. In the day there was a silent majority of americans who would not be denied. And we're starting to see it. I think we're seeing silent. The american people normal americans the normal. The people who are not driven by an agenda who don't accept lives who don't accept immediate narrative. I mean the media is in our face day in and day out and they got to be going crazy over the way. Americans are pushing back going to football game as an example of pushing back there were people who i mean. I heard even people on my side of the aisle who are like penna juicy one hundred thousand people over at penn state ninety eight thousand fans all crammed into the stadium. And it's almost like the joke is pan-demic what pandemic but it's a reflection of the american people saying i've had enough.

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The History of US Presidential Transportation

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:21 min | 3 months ago

The History of US Presidential Transportation

"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton

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Taliban Say They Took Panjshir, Last Holdout Afghan Province

Up First

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Taliban Say They Took Panjshir, Last Holdout Afghan Province

"The taliban say they've taken control of a province north of kabul the last holdout of anti-taliban forces in afghanistan. It's the pan valley a resistance group. There denies those claims and that is just some of the news out of afghanistan today at the same time at least four planes were chartered to evacuate hundreds of people from afghanistan but had been unable to take off for days joining us now. Susannah george. She is the afghanistan and pakistan bureau chief for the washington post. She is in kabul susannah. Thanks for being with us this morning. Let's start with that news. Out of the panjshir province This is a storied province long-held stronghold of resistance to the taliban. Just explain what it means that this province has now fallen to to the telephone. Yeah well this is a very significant development and instruct says. You say it's because this was one of the few places. The dotan never managed to control back in the nineteen nineties when the group had control most of the country and so clearing this valley now it really clearly displays how much more of a formative fighting force the taliban is. Today than it was twenty years ago. They have much more training. They've been fighting against one of the most Powerful militaries in the world for the last two decades and they're also much better equipped force and this is largely thanks to desertions and surrender deals with afghan government forces in the lead up to the fall of kabul so now the taliban controls the entirety of the country we are waiting for them to announce the official formation of their government and meanwhile there are still so many afghans who were trying to get out you have been reporting that kabul airport is now open again for domestic travel What does that mean susannah. What does that look like. It's still a bit of a mess couple airport. I'm the only reason that some domestic flights have resumed is because of this temporary radio. Communication has been set up by country engineers between pilots and air traffic controllers. But there's no other navigation system set up at the airport. They all damaged during the chaos of the evacuation which means that all pilots when they're taking off and landing. They need to do it by sight. And this means that any commercial airline who wants to come in and out of kabul airport is just not going to be able to for insurance reasons and because of international aviation guidelines

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Afghanistan: The Fate of Panjshir Remains Unclear

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:14 sec | 3 months ago

Afghanistan: The Fate of Panjshir Remains Unclear

"In afghanistan. The fate of pan sheer the laws pocket of resistance to taliban rule remains unclear after heavy fighting in the province north of kabul. The taliban have now claimed. Complete control afghanistan's national resistant. Front denied claims

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Roxanne Francis Unpacks How Resentment Affects Relationships

Sex with Dr. Jess

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Roxanne Francis Unpacks How Resentment Affects Relationships

"What is resentment like. How does it even built. You know it's so funny. We often look at these things. Expect these huge huge explanations. But i think resentment really just boils down to unexpressed anger or unexpressed frustration. Sometimes the frustration is there and the anger is there and sometimes we don't even recognize it and if we don't even recognize were harboring this thing. It's definitely unexpressed. it's unexpected verbally. But it comes out in so many different ways right just leaks out absolutely and you must feel it in your body like i mean how do clients explain resentment in their bodies or maybe brandon can weigh in after as well. Yeah i get different. Things from tightness in my chest knots in my stomach grinding. My t. a headaches all the time and checking just keep explaining. My resentment get continued falling asleep or staying asleep back right and just missing the body in general because you know when we hope anger. There's tension right. And so that can result in tightness in the body and once the resentment gets processed. Once we're able to discuss once we're able to find a resolution that physical kinship times to release itself not make sense tomb. It's this unexpressed anger frustration or dissatisfaction builds over time. You feel it in your body. How does it show up in relationships. There must be so many different ways that you see resentment. Come out whether it's in a very straightforward way or in all these kind of crawler ways that we may not even recognize as imminent south it can come through. Just you know in some women that i work with. The you know banging on pots pans. The popular hardy doing fine. You know sometimes that can show up you know in the bedroom right. Oftentimes went been used unresolved. People don't wanna be touched right. Get away from me. i'm not. I'm not into that but quite often people will come to me with you. Know they think that their issue is unique to them. But i hear these stories so often they play out like the same old tape where one partner will say. I'm always the one putting the kids to batam always on making the meals. I'm always the one doing some always wondering that you get to chill

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Georgia Governor Bars Local Officials From Ordering Businesses to Enact Mask Mandates

Atlanta's Morning News

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia Governor Bars Local Officials From Ordering Businesses to Enact Mask Mandates

"Order regarding local covid protocols to order prevents local governments from Hiring private businesses to adhere to any mask, vaccine or capacity mandates. The governor says it's aimed at protecting businesses and preventing a lockdown. However, several local officials across the state are panning. The move number two late

Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza

The JJ Redick Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza

"Luke garza could actually become a real. Nba player that guy that one collegiate player of the year and yet nobody wanted and is drafted in the nba draft What ended up with twenty and fourteen or something. Last night he was. He was outstanding Again he has dow signed a two way deal. So luger's who does nobody been. It's he'll end up getting four The pistons but luca garza signed a two two way deal. He of course had a historic collegiate career at iowa. But he was you know by all accounts slow-footed big played near around the basket and so was of no use to people in the nba. And yet he made threes. He put up to huge double doubles and in their finale. Last night ends it with twenty one point and fifteen rebounds and got himself a two way contract so the luka garza dream is still alive after getting selected fifty second in the nba draft. He was good and he's fun. You know he's a real throwback but I i love the idea of becoming you know. Just the there's i went back and looked kevin. There's never been a guy like you by where this has happened work. I becomes the naismith player of the year in college basketball. Nobody wants him now. Not all of them have panned out. I e like the tyler hands boroughs but tolerance was like a lottery pick. I think frank mason might be the lowest and he was like at the beginning of the second round nobody. There's not even close to being selected. Fiftieth or fifty. Second whatever you've picked.

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"pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

02:48 min | 5 months ago

"pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Question. Disney sometimes mainly. Because i'm spoiled of disney's hinges new world never been to disneyland just the smaller version of magic kingdom. So but we'll be doing park episodes once they do all films and stuff but i should probably get going almost eleven. Am my time to eat breakfast all interesting. I'm probably lay..

"pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"And then tinkerbell comes in and Tries to warn him but he she gets the bomb away from peter's explodes. Thank you compete. -pedia yes ima dashing. It's not a bomb. It's it so he has. Wendy gives him a bottle of medicine. and hook puts poison into it and then Think about drinks the poison. And this whole thing where you have to clock. i say you believe in fairy. That's low from the stage productions films. Yeah i think also. I.

"pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

04:13 min | 5 months ago

"pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Just want to get that disclaimer out there. So it's not leica not blindsided aby. Yeah.

"pan" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"pan" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Notes. All of my god. She'd leave the house and pretend she was going to class but in reality jennifer was spending her time with the boy she'd loved for years. Daniel wong police are stunned as they sort through. All of this information. Because like i said this is years worth of lie after lie after lie until finally in two thousand nine jennifer's parents found out the truth and they went basically nuclear in truly. That is when her dad gave her the ultimatum. It's daniel or it's us and she chose her parents. But jennifer didn't break up with daniel so the psycholgist repeated arguments demands tears restrictions. But here's the thing. Jennifer just wasn't lying to her family. Her lying extended all of her personal relationships. Police learn that she'd lied to her friends and told them her. Dad hired a private investigator to track her every move which he didn't after daniel broke up with her. Once in started a new relationship. Jennifer came up with a way to get him back. According to court documents and christie. Blandford's piece in the montreal gazette. Jennifer told daniel that several men disguised as police officers tricked their way into her house and gang raped her. We whites yet. And that's not all she said. Jennifer told daniel that her rapists were sent by his new girlfriend and then she claimed these people again instructed by daniels. New girlfriend stuck a bullet in an envelope a few days after the alleged rape in mail to her house as another warning to stay away from him so once again when the truth was in with jennifer wanted. She lied to get her way. So i keep coming back to jennifer's age not that what she did would have been more justifiable if she still been a teenager. But i was moving out. Just not an option right. I don't know don't get me wrong and clearly. There is some deep seated mental health issues. She needs help for. I mean the fact that she was self harming his incredibly concerning but she wasn't a child anymore. I feel like she'd options available that i don't know murderer. Well throughout the rest of twenty ten and into the spring of twenty eleven with jennifer in custody. Police focused their efforts on identifying the men jennifer hired to kill her parents. According to that. Same montreal gazette piece. I just mentioned police use cellphone records and banking records to tie three. Met named david mylvaganam. Eric cardi and linford crawford to the attack. David and eric who are already in police custody on an unrelated murder charge are arrested. On friday april fifteenth and linford. A couple of weeks later in early may all three are charged with murder attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder all connected not just through jennifer but to daniel to what you see. Even though daniel wasn't one of the intruders police learned that he was the go-between for them and jennifer and he helped devise the whole plan. So daniel wong to ease arrested the pretrial proceedings go on for years and the trial finally starts on march nineteenth twenty fourteen almost three and a half years after the murder of beca- pan according to cbc news all five defendants jennifer. Daniel david eric. Lanford are being tried together. One count each of first degree murder and attempted murder. The ground prosecution alleges that with her parents out of the way jennifer stood to inherit half of their estate which according to the red deer advocate was worth around a million dollars at the time of the shooting. So that would have been more than enough for to set up a new life with daniel now. Jennifer actually testifies and she sticks to her story that the whole night with a suicide attempt gone horribly wrong but the jury doesn't buy it in the end after intense trial lasting almost nine months. Jennifer pan is found guilty on one count of first degree murder and one count of attempted murder. Daniel david and linford are also found guilty. But we what about eric. So i guess eric's lawyer got sick during the trial so eric's case was severed from the others but instead of going to another trial he ends up pleading guilty. In december of twenty fifteen to conspiracy to commit murder remember. He is already doing time for a separate murder so his sentence for his part in jennifer scheme as eighteen more years on top of what. He's already the serving out his sentencing. He admits that he did indeed help. Plan to murder jennifer's parents and driving linford and david to the pants house but he denies ever going in the house. He died in prison in two thousand eighteen and to this day none of the men have ever admitted who actually pulled the trigger for trying to kill her parents. Jennifer pan is sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of twenty five years before she'll be eligible for parole. The soon as she can apply is twenty thirty five when she'll be forty nine years old and she's banned by court order from contacting her father or her brother a jennifer sentencing. Her younger brother felix used his victim. Impact statement to tell the court about how her actions shattered his life his happy memories of his mom his childhood or too painful to even talk about now forever tainted by big hawes. Brutal death felix recounts how as a result of what jennifer did. He's lost most of his friends. He can't find work because people hear his last name pan and automatically assume the worst and he describes coping with his new reality as being quote like a dark shadow. It's something i can't hide from in hans victim impact statement. He tells the court about the lasting burden. The crime has put on his life. He can't work anymore. Yes take all kinds of medication. Every single day and he's rocked by nightmares anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder. He also has depression and constant chronic pain from the shooting that have sucked the joy out of his hobbies like gardening and working on old cars while grief every move that he makes the not just grief for his wife but grief for jennifer too and the family that he feels like you lost at the end of his statement han talked to jennifer directly and he told her quote. I hope my daughter jennifer thinks about what has happened to her family and can become a good honest person someday. I've said it before. And i'll keep saying it as long as we do this show when people show you what they're capable of pay attention. Obviously jennifer pan is a very extreme case. Not everyone who grows up. Demanding parents tries to have them and not everyone who tells ally is capable of planning a murder but when there is not just one lie but a complicated web of deceit that spans back over a decade and creates almost an alternative reality in the process that is concerning if someone can lie that much to so many people for so long than what else can they do. It's not easy or pleasant to ask these questions about the people you love but the truth is.

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"pan" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

08:08 min | 6 months ago

"pan" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"This episode is made possible by grove healthy plant based nontoxic cleaning products work and the good ones are actually more enjoyable to us. But where do you start in. who do you trust. that's where global collaborative comes in grove. Collaborative is an online marketplace. That delivers natural home. Beauty and personal care products directly to your door. I use their trash bags detergent pods and they're glass containers for my cleaning products and they are everything. Making the switch to natural products has never been easier for limited time when my listeners. Go to grove dot o slash crime junkie. You'll get to choose a free gift with your first order of thirty dollars or more but you have to use our special code go to grove dot co slash crime junkie to get your exclusive offer. That's grove dot. co slash crime junkie according to karen. Kay whose article. He was shot twice once in the shoulder and once in the face as a result he's got broken facial bones bullet fragments in his face. That can't be removed and a shattered bone in his neck. Or the bullet grazed hans carotid artery got so he's lucky to be alive let alone wake. Yes and police are super eager to talk to him but han can't actually talk yet. Duda severity of his injuries. So police will have to wait to get a statement from him in fact his injuries are so bad that he can't leave the hospital to go to his wife's funeral even during the funeral though. Police still have surveillance on and jennifer doesn't show a lot of emotion during her mom's funeral which strikes police as odd. Okay here's the thing. I feel like a broken record. Because i feel like in every single episode but people have expectations for what they think. Grief looks like and. I think that gets lost a lot when we talk about stuff like this. We as outsiders don't know what kind of behavior is taught in any person's upbringing or home like Some families like mine like they feel very big and they feel very big out loud to each other and that's incredibly healthy to my family but others just don't sometimes it's cultural sometimes it's just personalities but when i remember back to listening to three of counter clock a which if you haven't yet you absolutely need to listen to that a seizure this episode nor your house in percent but a no spoilers are jeff and jackie pelley talking about how their dad taught them and their siblings. Crying was not an option. Do not cry no matter what yes so to your point. I mean a lot of how people respond in those moments. How were they raised to respond in those moments because we by all means we're not only reason that same box anyways however she was acting however they felt about. It doesn't matter what they needed. More than anything was hans statement and amazingly just a few days after coming out of his coma. He's able to talk to police. He remembers every terrible thing that happened on the night of the shooting and he tells law enforcement a truly incredible story according to christie blotch for peace in the leader post on details a pretty normal monday he tells officers he went to work then. He went to home depot with his brother-in-law before going home for dinner with big hot in jennifer and he said he was asleep in bed by eight thirty. Everything seemed fine until suddenly han jolted awake to find a strange man in his bedroom pointing a gun right at his forehead and demanding money. Honda's police how the intruder hurted him out into the hallway. But just as he was about to go downstairs hans as that he saw something that turned his fear into utter shock. Bear standing in the doorway to her bedroom was jennifer not tied up not at gunpoint but speaking quietly to another one of the intruders as han tells police it was as if jennifer was talking to a friend that gives me full body chills for shore from mayor hahn says the man forced him downstairs at gunpoint where he saw his wife big hough sitting on the couch with yet another strange man behind her holding a gun on her according to han she hadn't even had time to take her feet out of the tub she'd been soaking them in. The gunman then heard it. Han and big hough down to the basement. Hans says big hob begged for the men to spare jennifer's life and instead of telling her to shut up or demanding money like they've been doing all along one of the intruders said something strange he said quote. Don't worry your daughter is very nice. So i won't hurt her and quote the next thing on new. He blacked out from being shot in the face. As jeremy de reported for the markham economist and sun hung tells police that when he woke up he was bleeding and big hall with lying on the floor next to him. She didn't respond when he said her name or moved when he shook her. That's when he ran out of the basement screaming just like we heard on that nine one one call. I mean at this point. I'm still in awe. That not only. Is he alive wake but he was able to run for his life after being shot in the face. It's a miracle. It is truly incredible so hearing this suddenly all of the polices suspicions about jennifer those little nine feeling that something wasn't quite right with her story. They all click into place. Jennifer wasn't able to call nine one one because she'd miraculously contorted her body to get her phone out. She was able to call because she had helped. Nothing was taken from the pans home because the invaders weren't there to commit a story. They were there to commit murder and they didn't leave jennifer as a witness because they were incompetent. They didn't shoot her because she wasn't there. Target just like that police name jennifer as a suspect in her mother's murder and mind you. This isn't publicly. But in italy among police jennifer is now their prime suspect on november. Twenty second exactly two weeks after the murders police call jennifer back to the station for a third interview. According to court records detectives once again have her walk them through her version of events. They talk about jennifer's relationship with her family and her boyfriend daniel and then about an hour and fifteen minutes into the interview. They switched tactics instead of asking her. What she remembers happened. These start telling her what they think happened that instead of being a victim like she's been claiming they think she's involved what they don't know though and what they want her to tell them is exactly how over the next couple of hours. The police keep pressing her. Just tell us the truth. Jennifer do the right thing jennifer. Get it off your chest. The hurt and pain and secrets. Go all you have to do is be honest more than once jennifer asks. What's going to happen to her. But detectives reiterate that until they know the truth about what she did. There's no way of knowing what happens next. Finally after over three hours of questioning police watch as an emotional jennifer benz forward in her chair almost in the fetal position. She stays quiet for several long minutes and then finally she starts to talk about what really happened that night. And no one. I mean.

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"pan" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"pan" Discussed on Trapping Today

"So there's two different types of screens. Just it's the same screen that you have in your windows at your house You know if you have fiberglass screen or if you have aluminum screen. That's that's basically what we're talking about same type of Nash and everything anything else. So the aluminum is is more expensive It is rugged it's pretty stiff and so it's GonNa hold up to two a lot And it's GonNa last you know multiple times so the the aluminum wire screen pan cover. You know it's typically going to be in You can cut him out any shape that you want or you can buy them pre cut in like a a rectangular shape and that's just going to be laid over the top of the PAN and tucked it's GonNa be tucked underneath The corners of the jaws. And so it Kinda just sits there over the pan and under the jaws and kind of a little bubble ish type of form and that's kind of That's a bit of. The frustration comes in with the aluminum wire screen Japan cover because it is Stephan rigid which is is good for a number of reasons but it's also it's also frustrating so Going going to like the the old school Wolfer the Craig O'Gorman wire screen pinker reading a bunch of Craig stuff. He was very big on these wire. Screen Pan uncovers and the reason as I as I read in his books the reason that was so important to him was. Because is that the aluminum wire screen is very stiff. And when you have it over the top of the pan in 'em steps in the trap pattern it's almost like having extending the area of your pan because they'll step on that Wire screen pan cover even if they're not over top of the Pan is let's say either off to the side of the Pan but they're still within the jaws they'll step on that in that will transfer downward pressure from the animal's foot through the pan cover to the pan. It will cause a pan of fire. So if you're one of those people that doesn't like the whole expanded Pan thing being you don't want the animal. The trat firing less the foot is right on top of the Pan then wash green covers. Probably aren't for you because they will expand your catch area. The the that's in my opinion the good thing about him the other good thing about him is they are a rugged like I said in in if you can find him the reusable. I'm most most of the time when you make a catch. They're going to be chewed on. There's going to be a couple of tooth marks in them At least that's the case in in the coyotes that I catch and Enda they'll be they'll be somewhere there in in the trap pattern just outside of the trap pattern After you make the catch and you can usually Kinda fold them back into shape where you want them to be in. If you WANNA reuse them you can you can set them right back in which can be good because they can add up they can get pretty expensive If if you have a trap that was never fired and you go to pull your traps you can. You can just clean them up in in reuse them the next time you go out to set traps the the -freshing part about these wire screen panthers. Now let's let's go into the cons a little bit and one is of course the most expensive pain cover so so that can add. Add Up if you buy them pre cut You and you do have to do a little bit to cut them yourself because if you have a dog trap You'RE GONNA Tina doggone trap you're going to need to cut out a notch a slot for the dog to go through so that when the trap The PAN is Push down the in the dog disengages. The dog needs to be able to fly out of the way So the Joss come up and so You have to cut that the whole out or that slot so that the dog can fly out of the way and so there's a little extra you know. There's some work involved in that but The the the thing that frustrates me the most about these pink covers is they. They like to bubble up kind of in the. It's very difficult difficult to get them to sit relatively flat with the trap. If you had it seems to me that it's maybe a little more difficult with smaller round traps. And maybe if you're dealing with Well if you don't attract with the low profile pan it's it's much easier but if you dealing with like number three and number four bridgier or northwards you know like a big one of those big square jaws I think they seemed to set in there a lot. Easier in my limited experience with that but You know the N. B. Fifty. It seems like they like to pop up. And and you so you have to crease and bend the the Pan cover around the shape of the Pan so that as the pink cover is over the top of the pants flat. But then it tapers down at the crease to go underneath the jaws. Because if you don't do that and you just maintains that shape it's going to go down onto the jaws and it's GonNa bubble operated on top of the Pan and then what do you do. Well you either take the thing apart and you start bending again then you have to try it three or four times. Just make sure you've been in the right spot. And if you didn't get Bennett back and been again or you get lazy like I do sometimes just sift a whole bunch of extra dirt over top of it To to cover up that bubble up Paint govern and I don't think that's a good thing either because The wind blows off a little bit. And that's exposed That that wires exposed or critter might have a better chance of kind of seeing that. That's there and in caught at a little bit and pulled out so not good So it's if you have a system put together and you know what you're doing you definitely can make that work and you could probably do it pretty effectively and you probably really like those is but that's just kind of my my little experience with with that I like him. I use them but I don't use them as much as I did before. The the second category of screen is fiberglass screen paint covers these are very popular are these are must be the most popular ones used in the trapping industry. You see him the the ones that you'll typically see at a booth at a convention They're probably most commonly offered for sale for new chapters getting started or just like your standard run of the mill trapper. That's looking for supplies. The fiberglass pin uncovers are a similar type of screen as you know the screen size as the aluminum but the fiberglass is a lot less rigid. It's not it's really floppy so it doesn't have a lot of strength and so you're not gonna get that function of you know extending now. You're the catch area of your pan like you would with an aluminum cover. But they are lightweight. You don't have really that issue issue with the crease having crease him or the bubbling up as much so So that's good. They're they're cheaper than than the aluminum ones. The big negative on the fiberglass is fiberglass can absorb odors and so if you're using fiberglass pan cover some people okay no problem they never have an issue with it and fiber does seem to have a little bit of voter on its own and I don't know if the pain covers doer. Don't some some trappers will tell tell you they do others will tell you they don't but I just be aware that using fiberglass pain covers. There's a potential for odor issues whether it's the odor order from the the Pan Cover You know from from the fiberglass during the manufacturing process or if it's odor that that is picked up by the fiberglass material in the process of being on the trap line or just being in your shed or or whatever it seems as though having you you know fiberglass material seems more likely to to catch odors than than something like aluminum which is more smooth Moving on wax paper so wax paper. Pink covers seemed to be the obvious thing where they're very very common is is in northern areas in wintertime trapping in the snow. And so you kind of need snow can be quite fine in. It can go right through through the the Mesh on on any standard pink cover screen material and so you need kind of some complete coverage. Keep that snow From going into the trap and snow can also warm up and interpreted semi liquid and freeze and cause problems so wax ax paper is is very very common in the north Trapping in the snow all the time. Strap is actually put a layer of wax paper underneath. Release the trap. Then they'll set the trap on top of it and then they'll set wax paper overtop of of the entire trap. Not just the the Pan usually using a big trap there and The wax paper doesn't seem to cause an issue as far as the trapping of the fire up through it and and catch the animal so there's different opinions on how that's done. Some people might do differently than that. And then there's trappers who who use wax paper just on their you know the dirt line up but it doesn't seem to be quite as common toilet paper just take a square toilet paper and put it over the pan. Yeah it works. I guess People use toilet paper and people use coffee filters the the issue you with with those two items is obviously. They're made of paper and so if you're in an area like me where you get lots and lots of rain And freeze thaw on all kinds of different conditions. Paper can turn to Mush pretty quickly so that they do work can work and you know some people might say. Well it doesn't matters there's just forming. You're making that a bridge or that cover to keep the dirt from getting under the the Pan and you know but but there's I I I've seen cases where toilet paper you know the overtop the Pan and have some dirk cover over it then it gets rained on just kinda collapses in the dirt just kind of falls underneath the sides of the long sides. Meet the PAN and so it's it's not really you know it's super cheap coffee filters to probably cheapest option and the trash bag thing you know people use that as well Sure they work. You know they're just th really thin she player to gasoline. It's only over top of your plan to keep the dirt in if that works for you and that keeps the dirt from getting under the dirt from getting unreal through Pan. Then then that's great that Ah that works and use it I tend to lean away from those things. I'd rather have a higher level of confidence. Personally that That the the paint covers doing his job but it could you know some people works great so those are kind of the the basics for for the Pan covers covers in what you have for options. They're probably going to be people right now. Listening to this thinking of a pile of other options that I haven't mentioned or haven't thought of and and again you can use your imagination on these But those are the standard ones and Try try him out a little bit and see what works for you. And what doesn't now there you don't necessarily have to use PAN cover in order to keep Dirt from getting underneath trap pin so there's a a couple of different options you can try and one of them is. Is something called the trappers cap. This is a plastic cap. It's round on the bottom as big round Sort of oval shape too. And it's like an upside down cop this just a little bigger than size of of your standard trap Pan and Scott kind of handle on the top of it and this is used to bed your traps into bed dirt inside of the jaws without without getting dirt under the Pan so the trappers cap does is it..

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"pan" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"pan" Discussed on Trapping Today

"When asked if he knew more about the COON market than the other buyers. Simply said maybe meanwhile little in in an interview before the sales started city has purchase very little. Coon this fall for the simple reason hunters and trappers don't want to spend the time to skin scrape and dried hides for what they'll bring. COON is a bad word. Little stated you can't give them away the same for Red Fox and MINK coyotes. MUSKRATS different story. It's a known own fact that the younger generation do not trap anyone on and on about that and then going back into some of the numbers. the I thought that went in front of the purchaser Saturday morning was offered by longtime trapper. Henry Beecher from Ashland he's been in the field for forty five years trapping Koon as nuisance trapper in the fall he brought on in one hundred twenty four of his coon pelts at test the market. I'm not sure what to expect. said the recently retired Beecher for sure I'll never against fifty three dollars coon from back nearly seventies at settled for five dollars average when when Paul was through bidding on something like ten different grades from triple X.. Damage Pelts beach was way above that getting eleven fifty four his best belts down to three dollars for the damaged goods most brought between five fifty seven twenty five so again not crazy prices but hey a little encouraging not not as bad as maybe some people at thought. When when Beecher's Muskrat pelts hit the block little stepped up to the plate? He bought all eighty-one pelts paying four fifty for the largest forty skins on down to three dollars for mediums and to seventy MD for fifteen damaged pelts. So that's good. That's just a little Little overview of of the the Kuhnen rat market. There that that I think that's most of what sold at that auction. Of course mink didn't do very well at all as as expected but yeah. Hey there's a little bit of demand for for out there so you know it's not completely over. We all need to pack. Pack it away for guys that are still trapped in you. Know there's you're GONNA pay some gas money anyway so That's just a quick quick little update on the free market. A little bit that we know but again we'll know more and more as we move along the in the next couple of months so so updates on what's going on here at trapping today If you go on the site now and look for a long distance. Caller it is not for sale. So You can't know optioned by that right now. I may have some Made up for sale in March. We'll see how that goes news but Yep so done on that for a little while and the book I am not fulfilling book sales right now. So you can get that you can still get for-profit trappers guided Marin for market but If you go on the website in click on that it'll send you to Amazon and you can get that right off of Amazon was on and they'll send it to you quickly and And I believe it's twelve dollars free shipping and you can get it from any of the major trapping wrapping most of the major trapping supply dealers. So if you still want to get that book support the podcast and website appreciate that But I'm not I'm not gonNA be shipping any out here for a little while and interviews. I have several interviews lined up ahead a few guys that really Happy happy to to hear about these two here. These like average Joe trapper interviews. And it's been a lot of fun. I've got a couple more of those that I've recorded I Have leave. I have three of them that I've recorded and have not aired so Look forward to that and into to hearing Knows I'll be posting those up in the next couple of weeks in tonight's episode. I wanted to talk a little bit about Pan covers. And that's something that I've been wanting talk about for a long time and all that works kind of sometimes you never really get so many things to talk about you. Never get around to Some of the details. But I want to give a quick over. Maybe maybe we'll go into little detailed overview on panthers and spend the rest of the tonight's episode on it We'll we'll talk about what a pain cover is why it's used and all the different types of Pan covers and my opinion on them on. Oh you know why What the advantages and disadvantages are of each of those and we'll talk about some alternatives to Pan covers? So it's a pinker uncover. We're talking about trapping with body grip traps or you know just just bare metal traps above the ground or water trapping There's no need for a pink ever the only time when we're we get into to a need for Pan covers is when you're dirt trapping so when you trap is being covered by dirt you want you. You probably want to look into using a pan cover. There are a lot of instances that will get into where you don't necessarily need one some people people in cases where you are. I might think there needed. Some people may not use them anyway. there's there's very different opinions on and it's just like any aspect of trapping were. It's such an interesting activity because everybody has their own opinion and their own experiences in what works best. Ask for them. So it's always fun to talk about topics like this where you know who I thought Utah Panthers on the surface. You probably wouldn't think think well you talked to one hundred different people and you make it a hundred different opinions on Pan covers but you do because it's one of those things we trappers they're just so It we're so interested in our methods and trying different things or having a system that works and being efficient and being effective in trying every girl looking at every little detail that may help or hurt our ability to put that curse upon the pan. Get Him caught and take him home. So the panthers is our important aspect to that a pan cover very very simply is something that goes over the top of the Japan of the trap to keep dirt or other covering from getting underneath the Pan and for various obvious reasons. We don't want dirt or snow or Rocks or sticks or leaves getting underneath the Pan If they if something does get underneath the Pan Dan The most obvious things can happen. Is that dirt that that rock the stick whatever it will potentially sleep obstruct the downward movement of the Pan and will not allow that Pan To fully engage downward the intrepid the dog or in a dog trap Triple Block and send trap. Jaw's up to catch the critter so any obstruction to the downward movement of that Pan is going to is going to impact your ability to make a catch so when you have dirt dirt. It's really you know way. And under the under the PAN and you go to creep in your pan which we'll talk about in a second maybe get some rain in the dirt gets kind of Real thick in in kind of crusty. And you have coyote. The comes in goes into your dirt hole or your you're flat set and steps right on top of the PAN and nothing happens you've got a problem is very very frustrating problem. And it's it's happened to me more often than I like to admit. So the the the Pan Asaka about pan travel or Pan Creep One of the important things Ah Ah plays into this whole pan cover issue is how far does your pan half to travel downward in order to To set that trap off and there are different opinions on this Some people like a really crisp pan with very little travel with that means is a very small amount of movement downward will cause the trap to fire other people like Pan to be able to creep down more prior to firing and I think the reason for that is is so that an animal you know if if the PA pushes down down in isn't that downward motion in goes down a little ways before it fires The the the PA is going to be further. Uh Down in in is going to for a higher catch by the jaws and so the animal is basically the animals. More in theory is more committed. Did when it's pushed way down that Pan And so those are the kind of the basic reasons for the amount amount of Pan Travel. Personally I prefer very crisp pan with very little travel and I think the majority of trappers would feel that Believe that to be the case In in when you have that the PAN doesn't have to move as far down and so if you do have some sort of structure some dirt under the Pan. It's not going to play play as big of a factor because There isn't much downward motion required in order for that to find the trap an in Serve if you really think about it and you want a good combination between having APO- committed to the inside of that jaw in NBA deep deep down in the jaws and also have a Chris. Firing Pan you could look at something like the no. BS Lures Canine extreme. I Ha I have some of those. Canine extreme junior near traps. I've talked about before and The PAN is like a quarter inch below The tops of the jaws and so that because that pain is set so go. The annual is fully committed and in when the jaws do come come up out of the trap Ed They're GonNa Make ECHINACEA PAD catch and you're not gonNA have as as high of a chance of getting a tow catch so the the the different different factors affect whether you need a Pan cover or what you might want to use for pan cover how important it is but but the pan cover is is used To keep that stuff from getting around there are a variety of different things. People use for pink covers I'm going to list off a few of them here. Wire screen gene pen cover Fiberglass Pan covers the those are probably the two most popular ones that you see a trapping supply dealers wax paper toilet paper coffee filter trash bag all different things. There's a million different things that trappers there so innovative made up up all kinds of different things. I've even had heard guys using like canvas or pieces of tarps you know. There's there's you can use anything for pain cover. The the most common lack of said is is the fiberglass and the wire screen Pan covers. So let's get into those The first one the aluminum wire screen pen. Cover this. This is probably going to be your most expensive pan cover by far and these are you can buy these pre cut or you can in Goto you can go to the hardware store and buy aluminum wire screen..

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