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Breaking Into Secure Buildings
"My name is se aka freaky clown. I'm the co founder and co ceo of a cybersecurity company cooks agenda based in the uk. We work globally. Say genta is not like other cyber security companies and fz isn't like other hackers. His specialty is cyber physical security breaking into buildings red teaming for corporations banks and governments. But you know in real life that makes his workflow a bit. Different like for example. The first step in most major breaches is reconnaissance exploring an organization's digital infrastructure and their employees to find where they're most exposed. Fcc's reckon involves actually going somewhere and probably bringing some binoculars. Is it like the movies where you're just sitting there in your car sitting with a newspaper. That kid is sometimes more mind-numbingly boring than that. Sometimes it gets brady cold. I remember once Reconnaissance in a very calm sightsee much about on the building. I had to look at and i climbed over this. Barb wire fence it like in the morning. And i climbed through this like a thorn. Bush go early treaded by allows bleeding and had a a ski mask on. I had night vision goggles. And i had to sit in this ditch covault. This data is close enough and the ditch was half food muddy water and it just started to snow and i was really cold and wet bleeding and i had to sit there for like three or four hours whilst i watched this in order to gain some intel before i went back to my hotel room after the recon phase hackers usually send phishing email or text to the victim containing militia slink or pdf after his recon f c. Does something much more simple. In fact he doesn't even need to be a hacker for this part. So i never start with the digit i because the digital is actually harder than the physical and this sounds absolutely crazy but Each genuinely true. He is much easier to walk into a bank or any secure building than east digitally break in just walking in the front door. Oh actually be really really shocked at. How easy is i remember. Years and years ago. i was. I was on site for physical test and there was a couple of members of our company that were they and one of them said to me like audrey to like. Learn how to do the stuff you do a easy. just walk in and cable. What do i do right well. You don't really authorized to do this but our show you. How easy is right. So i'm like come with me. We walked to the front of the building. I look through the front windows right and you can see how this app is right. So the app is there's a couple of these electronic parties so someone goes up the swipe card the barriers swipe papa and they walked through okay so we have to do is follow someone through the way. These barriers work is they. They work with a small beam. That goes across right so if a large person with the suitcases going through. It doesn't shut the doors on the suitcase. Say imagine your as close as physically possible to the person in front of you. That's a legitimately allowed to go in and if you get close enough it's going to count was one person now. Will we have to ease. Make them feel humans of really pad being awkward and they wanna get away from that situation as quickly as possible. So the more would you make for that person then the less likely they are to confront you the more likely you are to succeed so it's like it. It's drizzling little bit. Oh you have to do is run to the front door. Run through the front door and basically run into the back of someone who is just going through that matt gate. Six is easy. Yeah eats really that easy so only it was. He ran up to the this of the the front door ran through the doors and picked up a person at random. He was just swiping. The card ran into the back of them and he basically said oh really. sorry how. it's a busy trying to get through really quickly. And he runs into them. They go through and they are feeling awkward. Because i just got run into. Everyone's where everyone's kinda like. Oh my god this is sorry And then they they so just let him go through. Most hackers fish their victims to get a foothold. Fc simply walks through the front door of their hq once. A typical hacker obtains their entry point into a system. They begin to escalate privileges. Fc does the same thing kind of the case a very large international bank in the headquarters. It's a bank but not the so of high street bank clean. Normally come across rights isn't this isn't the soul place you walk into. This is the type of place which only deals with other banks so they move money to other banks that's day like massive massive amounts of money
Breaking Into Secure Buildings
"Hacking large organizations. Banks governments isn't usually easy but there are ways to do it. You could fish the right employees then escalate privileges. You could find a zero day in particular software program used by the organization or you don't even have to start in cyberspace physical breaches stolen. Machines tampered with machines insider access hacking buildings themselves aren't the most widespread security threat out there but the exist. According to verizon report from twenty twenty physical actions are the six most common way that data breaches occur. And they're effective to think about it like this. Would you rather have to remotely hack into a laptop or just. Swipe it off a desk. Physical security isn't something we talk about much but we're going to today. Hi levy welcome to malicious life in collaboration with siberian and this episode. We're going to learn how to break into secure buildings or prevent others from doing it. T- my name is se aka freaky clown. I'm the co founder and co ceo of a cybersecurity company cooks agenda based in the uk. We work globally. Say genta is not like other cyber security companies and fz isn't like other hackers. His specialty is cyber physical security breaking into buildings red teaming for corporations banks and governments. But you know in real life that makes his workflow a bit. Different like for example. The first step in most major breaches is reconnaissance exploring an organization's digital infrastructure and their employees to find where they're most exposed. Fcc's reckon involves actually going somewhere and probably bringing some binoculars. Is it like the movies where you're just sitting there in your car sitting with a newspaper. That kid is sometimes more mind-numbingly boring than that. Sometimes it gets brady cold. I remember once Reconnaissance in a very calm sightsee much about on the building. I had to look at and i climbed over this. Barb wire fence it like in the morning. And i climbed through this like a thorn. Bush go early treaded by allows bleeding and had a a ski mask on. I had night vision goggles. And i had to sit in this ditch covault. This data is close enough and the ditch was half food muddy water and it just started to snow and i was really cold and wet bleeding and i had to sit there for like three or four hours whilst i watched this in order to gain some intel before i went back to my hotel room after the recon phase hackers usually send phishing email or text to the victim containing militia slink or pdf after his recon f c. Does something much more simple. In fact he doesn't even need to be a hacker for this part. So i never start with the digit i because the digital is actually harder than the physical and this sounds absolutely crazy but Each genuinely true. He is much easier to walk into a bank or any secure building than east digitally break in just walking in the front door. Oh actually be really really shocked at. How easy is i remember. Years and years ago. i was. I was on site for physical test and there was a couple of members of our company that were they and one of them said to me like audrey to like. Learn how to do the stuff you do a easy. just walk in and cable. What do i do right well. You don't really authorized to do this but our show you. How easy is right. So i'm like come with me. We walked to the front of the building. I look through the front windows right and you can see how this app is right. So the app is there's a couple of these electronic parties so someone goes up the swipe card the barriers swipe papa and they walked through okay so we have to do is follow someone through the way. These barriers work is they. They work with a small beam. That goes across right so if a large person with the suitcases going through. It doesn't shut the doors on the suitcase. Say imagine your as close as physically possible to the person in front of you. That's a legitimately allowed to go in and if you get close enough it's going to count was one person now. Will we have to ease. Make them feel humans of really pad being awkward and they wanna get away from that situation as quickly as possible. So the more would you make for that person then the less likely they are to confront you the more likely you are to succeed so it's like it. It's drizzling little bit. Oh you have to do is run to the front door. Run through the front door and basically run into the back of someone who is just going through that matt gate. Six is easy. Yeah eats really that easy so only it was. He ran up to the this of the the front door ran through the doors and picked up a person at random. He was just swiping. The card ran into the back of them and he basically said oh really. sorry how. it's a busy trying to get through really quickly. And he runs into them. They go through and they are feeling awkward. Because i just got run into. Everyone's where everyone's kinda like. Oh my god this is sorry And then they they so just let him go through.
Biden to name Deb Haaland interior secretary, first Native American to lead agency overseeing tribal affairs
"Is reportedly close to naming North Carolina's top environmental regulator, Michael Recon to head the Environmental Protection Agency. The 44 year old would be the first black man to run the EPA. There are also reports that Mr Biden will name New Mexico Congresswoman Deb Holland as interior secretary. She would be the first Native American to lead that agency overseeing tribal affairs. Virginia
Boston Leaders Push Back Against Proposed MBTA Service Cuts
"A service cuts are front and center at today's meeting at the fiscal Management Control Board. Presentation of proposed cuts is pushed back until next week after tea general manager Steve Pop tax says he's now more optimistic that a vaccine is on the horizon and Congress appears to be working toward a new stimulus bill popped out did say, however, that the MB TA is still very much bleeding money. I think some of these decisions could be delayed as far as fiscal year 2022 all this after community leaders and Boston came together and stood outside City Hall this morning, urging the Tita recon. Sitter. WBC's James RoHaas was their mayor. Walsh says the governor and the MBT a need to listen to those who are going to be directly impacted by cuts, cuts that include eliminating ferry service over two dozen bus routes as well as stops on the green line. We're racing Transportation on that has gonna have long term severe impacts, potentially to our city. To our state to our region on those of the concerns that I have in those concerns that the folks behind me have. The mayor was joined by City union and community leaders at Boston City Hall. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio
Ex-Penn St. president's Sandusky-related conviction restored
"Court Recon states. The conviction of Penn State's former president, Sandy was convicted of child endangerment for his role in the decision not to report the sexual abuse committed by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. His conviction had been vacated on a due process error that the appellate court said did not exist span. You're made the fateful decision to handle the Sandusky complaint internally rather than informed the police. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who pushed to have the conviction reinstated, said Spaniard turned a blind eye to child abuse. Sandusky is serving what amounts to a life sentence. Aaron Qatar
They Call Us Asian in New Zealand
"A low unwelcome. Today calls bruce unfiltered conversation about what's going on in asia america and other parts of the world bank less affected by covid. I feel you have yang. And as phil has served telegraphed we are connecting with another part of the asian diaspora in the form of very special guests old friend. Who is actually a dialing us in from new zealand from the code. Free paradise of the medicaid seeming mark. And thank you so much for joining us. I killed a koto carta. Yeah all the way from my little island safe-haven aspirational destination of all of us. Who are currently huddled. Sorry we both a wall. You don't want people from shithole countries like america company. How does it feel well. I mean okay. So let's begin where we begin and obviously you are there You actually have been in your from new zealand out born in new zealand. Yeah there are chinese new zealanders again part of the espera that we don't really kind of talk about enough here in in our american centric place now of america and one of the things which has actually been a delight Over the years we've known each other has actually been hearing from a different perspective. What if what. Asian america looks like from people who are asian but not american and i. I am kind of curious what america especially looks like from the perspective of somebody in new zealand at this point. What looks like. Oh you want me to say i don't wanna like i'm you walked. It looks like i. I honestly i wanted to press you. We just sitting here going. Holy shit you know holy shit. We knew it was gonna be bad with the guy you know for four years. It's basically as bad as if anyone could have imagined that could get so we. We have elected him out. The only person who can not really acknowledge that is donald trump out Hopefully means things will get better but he really did kind of dig a fricken marianas trench for us and through us in there and he still to acknowledge again that the rule of democracy is is is operated. And it's like guys yeah you know. He lost the election but he won. really damaging the democratic process. And a still doing so as a as a kind of like a political scientist you guys are in like a bad situation with regards to keeping democracy functioning and not becoming like a regime that really recon uphold its democratic institutions. And something that you know compared with new zealand I just like you sit around on my god. I'm so lucky that i have a functioning government that has a loyal opposition by the concept of an opposition that supports the democratic process that supports like peaceful transition of power. A wicked human rights longtime right. So using tim's that we use you know amnesty international About how this is not a peaceful transition of power. Will people really excited. Because maybe you're going to have a peaceful transfer of power. It's like you shouldn't be getting excited about a peaceful transfer of power. You develop develop democracy
US extends ban on cruise ships through October
"The U. S ban on cruise ships through the end of October of amid Corona virus outbreaks on ships overseas infectious disease specialist and Dr Todd Ellen says cruise ships will need to make changes to prevent outbreaks early on in the pandemic. If cruise ships are going to be allowed to sail there need to be major infection prevention Recon. Figuration. So there's less passengers on board. There's more optimized ventilation. The passengers and the crew are masked as much as possible. Physical distancing remains important. And then there have to be a plan when crew or the passengers become infected, that they're able tto get off the ship. He says Typical conditions aboard cruise ships make them hot zones for infections. The
"recon" Discussed on Pantheon
"Able to do that for three bucks so. It's good. Good. Deal. He's also got audio equipment onsite to. Cleaning. House that how does that look is fairly decent is old school we. Know he's supposedly newer stuff. Um You know anything that you would glued creaming and carrying of of your look always look to see a record stores like eight track players or. Hey. You know with the resources cassatt you ever been corner cassette players out of their garage. Did he have cassettes? Now don't get some cassettes. Okay. So you you definitely make a point of saying visit the store and you won't be disappointed does he have any competition around him in Lafayette or in the area actually like account and I go out of college towns there's actually a few record stores and in the Lafayette vicinity A couple of others I'd actually visited before his was probably the most organized cleanest that I've visited and and it's there aren't there is a store. In town that it's all about quantity and they've got everything as everything you know. But it's Just, not what I'm looking for in a store and and I thought I. got this was a this is a really good store. The one thing I noticed is that black wax has only facebook site. They don't have a regular website is that just something up his preference or he just? Done had the time or money to put up a site. I I didn't get into that with him but I'll tell you he seemed to be doing a pretty decent business and I think. I think for him. It's more about taking care of the people ratings backyard. That's a good point. All right. Well, great I. Hope Visitors go there I i. mean it's so weird that there's a six six, six NFL third. Address for a record store and the Nicole sums black wax that in itself is pretty interesting. But you have some, you have some news about giveaways and such maybe you could talk about that. Yeah. So last for so last month was our second month in a row of doing a giveaway and we gave away a signed guided by voices record signed by Robert Powered, and the question that asked was to if you tweet who Dr Disk and that's all spelled out the o c t o d I S C who were the only two stores in the history of registered we kinda gotten a perfect score. You would win and the answer of Omega, out of Dayton easy street out of Seattle and East and you rope a out of Texas will protect his identity. I'm not gonNa tell what town from Texas okay was the First. To to get to me and. Sent him the record and I know he posted it up on twitter excited to get it, and so I thought let's do it again. So we'll. So we got a a third contest keep doing. We run out I have a sign ten inch from surfer blood and not only is it signed by the whole band but the doodle over it which I think it's really cool and so to win. Will, be the first to tweet the gun what Dr Disc? How many points make up a perfect score. Record, store recon embezzled Opel's minds now. I know we're blowing their mind. Okay. Well Great. Well, let's cue up the music and it's time to go and what's next. For the record store recon when we come back on this podcast, well, we've got scratched records from Barrington, Illinois will be our next visit and I'm going to check them out and and try and get over there. Actually visit them during one of the droughts and see how things I did WanNa make a quick reference to store that we visited once before. Corners Trading Post. which when I, when I talked to you a while back, I told you they were probably the largest CD store. I've ever visited since the eighties when CD or nineties when CDs were popular. I WanNa tell you that this guy has gone full boat vinyl and has bought some of the largest collections. I've ever seen of very rare stuff and and I happened to be in there last week and I'm telling you if people are looking for rare stuff like Greenway dookie original, you've got it. I picked up a original or plunk dream day. I. Picked up an original iron number of the beast an original Voice Hotel pretty good crisis on this stuff. So check them out if you're looking for some very top end, really good vinyl this is the place to call. Hoarders Training police, remind me where they're from again. From Saint Charles L. Annoy. That's right. Okay cool. Well, you planted a seed to our listeners. Dr Desk, we'll talk to you next time on. Go On podcast the record store recon addition take care of men..
"recon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Welcome. Back to the record store recon edition of the Gold Mine podcasts and, of course, we have here Dr disc the anonymous reviewer of record store recon how you doing Dr Going, great I see here that you went to visit black wax records in Lafayette Indiana. Now, that's in November issue you review them and the first thing I noticed is the. The mark of the beast, the number of the beast on their address, six six and a third, maybe you can explain how To be on Main Street. Yeah well. That's actually what threw me to go check out this the store I have to go on facebook and saw their grow go and she's caught my attention. not that I am made a practitioner of the dark arts is just be. So in seeing Seeing the name I asked him and by him I mean, Brian the owner how they came up with the name and he said, well, originally, they were going to be called Lafayette Vinyl. But when a got the building and saw the address was six, six, six and a third, they changed the name to more appropriate. Name, and that's how they came up with black wax records and all their store merchandise really plays well into it. How is that? What? What do you mean by that? What kind of merchandise? Tell you. They have some of the softest basis feeling store t shirts I am averse. Got Got, their logo and if. You big on. Branded t shirts. That's Kinda I. Am I am day. It's got a great logo on the front and then on the back, just very generically and says, support your local record stores fall and and I think that's pretty cool. And is the is the music? Because of this sort of dark theme as they're like black metal or. Stuff weird oddities. You'RE NOT GONNA walk in there and find anti embassies. Greens tips. Bible. Right right. I mean you might have it not not where where you can see without asking No. Yes and no here's like say Brian was quick to point out that he likes the weird stuff and historic has some really. Unique Kinda sixties garage rock. Music to it. And and there but but the source brightly lit it's easy to see everything. It's not about just dark music. I'll be honest I picked up a Beatles album there I picked up when she took album maybe a couple of misfits album. So I mean they've got it all. Yeah. Maybe the misfits is a little dark but not not the others. That you picked up. So. It's a small store. Very clean. I'm looking at a picture of it now, very orderly. The way that the the entire store has it looks like. Brian Ropes, that's the owner. It looks like he really takes care. Of the storm likes organize it well. Yeah. You know like a lot of owners. He doing it because this is what he's passionate about stores fairly new. It's been there for a little over two years and it's a college town for those of you not familiar where. Is. And So I asked him, what made you decide to open up a record store in a college town? And he said that He always wanted to do it. His kids were a little older. and. It was time to do it and so two years ago. It's like a lot of people took everything owned plus with his own personal record collection and. Punish single and he's been doing it now for two years it's really him. It's kind of a man shop although he did say sometimes you'll come in there and find his wife and daughter helping out but it's really just him it's really doing. Any he's another one of those guys just loses the passion of the record store. You could tell is what he wants to do what he's really excited to be there. So since it's small, it's limited to how much inventory display right I mean does he? Does. He have a lot in storage maybe in the basement or storage. I didn't get into that I, mean he he had a lot of different stuff but you're only gonNA find probably you know one. Copy of something maybe to Now you're not GonNa go in and find you know ten copies of. Album I noticed that the racks don't have an underneath storage compartment. So it's He is storing somewhere just not on site because a lot of times they'll sell an album and then pull it from the underneath the storage area. And replace it but I noticed that everything's open which which is nice zen feel but. If you want to call it that or functions way or whatever. Now that you mentioned that I seem to remember that he did have a room around the back side behind the register and everything and where there was stuff on the floor and things like that, and so he probably I would imagine that keeping his overstock. How's how's he done through the pandemic? Have you asked them? Yeah, yeah like most stores. That's one of the first question I lead into So this store is in Indiana and Indiana is probably one of the more relaxed. states when it comes to cove it. So he did close down for three weeks back in March and then they reopened doing curbside from months. And that got them through and then in May they reopen full boat and so when I went in there though they have hand sanitizer, he offered gloves, I wanted them and everybody end I wore masks, he had a mask. he's also like you pointed out, he puts his family to work. I don't know if you've noticed that I've noticed what some a few stores that they have family members. Working right right there. You. Kind of don't know what you hear them talking to each other. It's gotTA. Be. Cheap Labor right on the line now. If I when I opened up a store someday I'm Straw get a family member.
Russia, China, Iran having a red hot go at US political organisations
"Going to begin with a bit of a a tragedy in media, which is team at Reuters the security team at Reuters, we're onto an absolutely cracking story. That they had to hurry up and publish because they caught wind that Microsoft we're about to ruin their party time But yeah, they had a fantastic exclusive here about Russian efforts to target the. Biden. Campaign. yes. Reuters are reporting attacks against the same Biden. Campaign of this company called A. S., K. K. Knickebocker. who provide services for them they appear to be based on Microsoft's cloud and coming under attack from the Gi you fancy bit crew going up against you know people involved in the political world the Reuters reporting his focused on this particular organization. But Microsoft's the level of visibility across cloud infrastructure does seem to suggest that actually it's a much wider campaign going on for some time against a number of organizations across political spectrum in the US. Yeah. I mean Microsoft really did release a fair bit of information. It looks like at two hundred organizations targeted by Gi you. They also detect I detected a Chinese stipe backed group IPT thirty one. Basically invalidate email addresses and profile targets sort of doing recon work and they squashed a bunch of domains being used by the Iranians. It's. The contrast between now and two thousand sixteen right way. This stuff is absolutely being taken seriously. I've heard some people say, Oh, well, this is evidence that Russia's trying to interfere in the election. It's not I mean that that could be what they're trying to do but we don't really know what they're up to for all. We know they gathering intelligence. Yeah and the reports that we're seeing a marked swift information describes a whole bunch of attempting to gain access. We don't know what access was gained as a result of these attempts and then what it was used for like those kind of obscure to spot the sort of things that Microsoft reporting Eric you know exactly what you would expect. Right Password Password Reuse credential stuffing type things. Fishing all the usual sorts of techniques that as you said in two thousand sixteen. Worked very effectively and now in twenty twenty, twenty, nineteen, you know we are much better equipped that much much better equipped. To be able to those things, and this is one of the advantages of people moving a lot of this stuff into the cloud is we do get this kind of central visibility in a way that we we just went getting when everyone was using. You know you're here and hotmail there now there's a much more concentrated intelligence, available Microsoft and more. Of An understanding of why it's important to talk about the Microsoft price goes for all of the attempts here and how you know how frequently they were doing force attempts against various accounts and whatever, and they said that we using a pool of approximately eleven hundred Ip's the majority associated with the tall and an amazing service which I interpret that to mean. Mean Tour Exit nerds right and of course if you're seeing like. Hundreds of thousands of filed log attempts from tour exit nods you would think maybe that's how they caught this year. That's a little bit of giveaway. You know obviously being able to you know pull of exit cards are and be able to correlate that there's a pretty strong indicator and it's just kinda funny. I guess in a way because you know illustrating the very deal use nature of talk. Yeah, and Microsoft's advice. Here's a little bit confusing because they like here's enlisted five hundred and thirty net blocks that are associated with this activity and I'm like, do you mean for like? Is this the other ones that want? Already knew about. This other we had language in the release about how they separating forcing from poss- would spraying and you can tell like the fact that they've made a distinction between those things is the result of a really intense. Twain. Various people. That's that'd be my guess. But you know it's good that this stuff is being turned up right Yeah absolutely I. It's good. It's being spotted and being communicated, and also the defensive options for people like things like enable factor indication and monitor failed loggins like those are things that you know in twenty six were actually difficult for people and now you modular Microsoft's licensing from for. Know a much more straightforward for people to do, which is I guess an
"recon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Owner always say you know look at them but ask questions like what? Well they're no longer around unfortunately put sometimes it seemed like he was not happy to be there. It's been a long time that they've actually visited a record store where I felt like they didn't care whether I was there I think there's too few of them out there nowadays competing for. Money and they just don't want to leave eight people I remember one time I bought. This had these. They're really bootleg videos because you couldn't really it's wasn't like today where you get a lot of extras on DVD on and it was pretenders outtakes a lot of 'em was basically, it was bunch of rehearsals and it was from early pretenders. You know the great lineup and I said, can I get that pretenders of VHS? If you want. You. Can in like the pretenders anyway, that was just a little tidbit. Thank. God. Those days are no longer here. Really. Anyway so you say that. There's really large selection, a world music. I don't remember you ever mentioning any record store that had this sort of large selection of world music. How did that come about? Well it just you know again when I get into a store like to look through everything and he day have. Guys. Probably It's got to be well over a hundred different world albums and they and they've got it on one little area and I just had not seen other stores may have more than this but I've never seen it displayed such and I didn't know there was such a big market for world music. But if you're looking for Wolf Music, I would send you to avoid planet of sound that's for sure. Did you ask Mr Lori about it I did not dive into into the specifics of that. He probably maybe he just happened to buy a huge collection of world music and never know or maybe if he has a Nydia some regulars that continue to buy that kind of genre. You. Again, the the score is in a great location, and so I'm imagining he pulls in customers. Musical tastes from all over the world. Well you said yourself, they get a true taste of. True experience of the neighborhood. When you go there and you said, you said Laurie has a wealth of record store stories the of one share with us. Well just you know eat just. Talked with me about why he had. Chosen to start out and it was really right around the time that wax trax had shut down aggressive cargo and you know for those who are familiar with Wax Trax, you should go to last year's record store day these because there was a real special one. They were the originators of of ministry my life it's real cold and those types of industrial band but they had a record store and they were real popular here in the. Late eighties. Early nineties. Guy He realized that don't don't want any good sococo records chosen more. There was a void he knew he had to fill it. That's Yup that's good. Is there anything else you like to add about your experience lorries plan so? I'll tell you I purchased. So I, I. You know the good dog while we usually drop a little. Each store if there's something worthy and. So I picked up some used music from war as I picked up a a a pretty good condition. Yes on's. because I, I needed a new version of and I picked up a dylan greatest hits volume two, and then he two thousand re release. A reissue of the stooges first album. Is such a great album Zenon Rhino. I. Interesting. I. Still Love Those Handmade Rhino editions and it had one of the student I still have it. I believe anyway. So you can all listeners can go to if they're not in Chicago, they can go to the facebook site, which if you go to lorries planet of sound on Facebook, you'll find in I guess they do like every record store they they do daily posts and stuff like that and and maybe you know if you get a chance to go to Chicago, check them out but. I'm sure that Chicago people are aware of of lorries planet of sound by now. Anyway. Yeah. So who's up next for US next for the next edition of the record store? RECON. We are GONNA visit. Lafayette? INDIANA. Where we will talk about Black Wax, record oh yeah that's that's not dark is the name that's that's the record store whose. Six success or six hundred third. Right, that's right. We'll talk about and I wanted I, wanted to let our listeners now that we did get a winner. Last contest so far cheap from cheap thrills gift box that they gave us I wanNA. Thank she thrills for that. we got a tweet from the dom man dom a. n., and he was our winner and he's already received his prize package, and so I thought we would do a another giveaway this this episode, we were Luckily Scipion from Mr Robert Power from guided by voices. He was nice enough to send a autograph copy of the brand new album veered Aztec. and. So we will I will send that personally from Dr Uh own collection. To the first person who tweets US so tweets me. There have only been two stores that we have given perfect scores to. In record store. RECON Can. Goes to storms you get this autographs guided by voices Robert Powered signed album. So tell me about the dumb man he lives in West, Virginia? And I. Not sure. I I don't believe he's West Virginia. I think he was just excited to win. He might be traveling there soon what was in the package? we've got their loved a twenty five dollar gift card. There was a t shirt. There was stickers there was kissed. Cologne. To Up. cars. There was a Beatles keychain and there was A. I'M GONNA. I'm going to butcher this, but it was A. Mexican wrestling mask and I can never remember how you pronounce that. The real name of it but one of those massive at the wrestling guys wear. That's very popular ago. Can you do that oh? Yeah. That Jack Black movie made. So I guess, you could use a certificate online. So maybe It's too bad. I was opening could use the drive up and report back how the experience was buddy. I'll be talking to him can give some some feedback after he by what spends whatever you done. Hopefully, he doesn't use a kiss Cologne I'd be a little weary about that. But again we. Keep real donating all that. All right. Thanks. Thank you Dr I hope you're doing well in these cloven times everything's well and will catch a next time. Record store RECON the addition of the Goldline podcast. Or I man? Talk. Yet..
Launching Statamic 3
"Time we were talking, we were talking about how the static three. was imminent it was around the corner. Without an exact date, it was almost there but not quite, and now it is old news. It's all due to it already. Done our traffic is is back to zero. No, it is dude it went. Well, it was a great launch. It was the smoothest launch we've ever had and things are I mean I'm pumped? I've actually slept a couple nights. Yeah. No no crazy emergency disaster scenarios or minimal. No. There was like one issue with a with a database migration that has actually ended up being a red herring. So it kept our site down a little longer than we planned, but there actually wasn't any problems and boom than we were. We were up and running. That's good. So I, mean you said it went well, what does it mean to go? Well, how much? Are you willing for about it. Yeah. So I mean going well would be are going poorly would be, oh, my God is broken. GotTa, know the pricing model has changed and like screw it I want refunds on everything you know like all of those scenarios like falling apart. but we were in Beta for six months. So the code base, there was no surprises area most people had right. That was that was pretty clean. We did Server Migrations and upgrades a month ago ahead of time like and then all the redesign stuff was on a separate branch. So we knew the server didn't need any work. We just had to basically composer install like you know build a new talent stuff. So that went pretty smoothly. And then people were adequately prepared for what was coming and everything worked. So He's Like all the upgrades going going fine Most of them are free because you know we gave them like a grace period upgrade from two to three. They're flooding in and every single time. It's like zero dollars zero dollars zero dollars zero dollars. is like a good feeling and has also like Well Hey, you know that's it. We're a long haul and people are using it in their excited. So to me, that is all I can hope for and it met all expectations. So Nice. Yeah. What's changed? I? Guess in terms of the day to day. In Stein mcclen now, like doing recon having straddle the V Two v three worlds a little bit more before he kind still making that transition in terms you have for sure there'd be. Like their report Super Educates bug for Vito like some I. Feel tape most people don't use and windows like seven like Oh, God I don't want to put up a vm just test this thing like well, the three it's fixed but It's not official yet. So I guess we need to work on that. Now we can say like education. Bugs. Come on. It's a free upgrade wrote for free to do like ninety, nine point nine percent all the work for you if you can play hour of work and you'll get more out of it and it costs you nothing. So yeah, I think most of the time people are are totally and so far they've been totally agree with that like. Yep Dot Click, whatever so that part has changed and then. Yes it's like being able to use v Three's not as a V. Three is Beta. ME. Every single like, oh, we should probably just switch to three I know like it doesn't really look like it's But. I mean it's actually more stable than V two probably is but yes. Yeah. We don't have the hedge our recommendations anymore, and at the same time, we also now can't use it as an excuse for not doing something not that we would like do that actively but every now and then it's like. Yeah. We were kind of working on this other part of the launch right the redesign working on something else and we'll get to that soon but it's Beta. You know. So now is oh, that's important. Let's fix that immediately and so that. You know on both sides of the fence both like freeing us up and also like putting us into a proper responsibilities both of those are are happening and that's that's what needs to happen. Right important.
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"recon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Okay. Welcome back for another addition record store. Recon the podcast episode and this this episode we're GONNA be talking about record breakers in Chicago Illinois. We'RE GONNA be talking to Dr Disk are traveling anonymous reporter on all things record stores. Hey Dr Dis doing stayed healthy. Have you talked to some of the record store owners about what they're going through now? Stores are starting to reopen I some of them did well with online sales since stores closed last conversation with several long. It's really based on what the states are doing. I know a lot of the record stores in California has to. They're basically just doing curbside to go. But in the Mid West. So places like Wisconsin they're actually starting to open up the store or they started opening stores last week in getting small groups in time and on the East Coast. To get it depends. It's kind seems to be one. Whatever the state is doing stores are trying to do the follow suit and next next month we will really dive into one of our stores ends opened probably earlier than a lot of other stores in how they're doing with it so next next month which which stores that can give. That will be mad. City music out of Madison Wisconsin. O but today we're GonNa talk about a specific stored record breakers Chicago. And they you you give them high marks You don't give them a perfect score but you give them high marks and you talk about how they they pass the test with. Branding you bought. I guess you thought it was a great store. Logo T shirt. That had all the the head all the stuff you liked with their brand on it. Don't they get a good job? Promoting themselves And Additionally Eric the CO owner used to be an audio engineer or he still is obviously he has the skill set and they sell some great studio equipment. There that's correct as well as doing repair work sell. So you could bring in your turntable and if it doesn't I have to bring a mind because it doesn't return after the end of the album pricks it Since I took mine in. But it's a old. I've had it since since I was fifteen techniques Turntable it's really good. But it doesn't return on me now so. I going to bring it in and are really no good ones in Connecticut. So what would happen? If I call to Eric. And does he have to walk in with the equipment. Can you it? I'd imagine that he would be if you're willing to pay for it. I'd imagine he's be be willing to work on it if you ship to him. And I just had a conversation with him about three or four weeks ago. I'd been calling on a lot of the stores just to see how they're doing. And and raiders another store. There really has beefed up their online presence and their website to To deal with choline nineteenth sales loss kazaa stores in Illinois completely. Shutdown makes sense next major city of Chicago. Yeah I should contact for that because I also been looking for. Since he's an audio engineering probably knows a lot about turntables to the extent where my dust cover broke which you know kind of. It's hooked up to the turntable so it opens up like you would open up a chest and that part broke and I've been looking for a replacement and they don't make them anymore for this specific turntable. So it's kind of like I would have to catch lightning in a bottle and find something to repair that. So maybe I'll take them who knows out of all the stories I've ever visited. He probably has the most knowledge of any store. I'm salesperson I've talked to about you know audio engineering. He may not know where you get your heart but I would imagine anybody does be him so if it's someone in Chicago and they WANNA go in when they reopen What kind of equipment would they find? Not Just turntables right Hit receivers I there. Have you meditate tiger to their most? I think most of the repair work he does. He does kind of behind the scenes and so they didn't have you know he have like all lay out. It was sore and the source really clean and very easy to just get around. And so they don't have a lot of just pieces scattered all over the place. I saw that they have a clean hardwood floor. They have all the record. Seen organized a television set up brick walls. Looks Kinda Nice? Man Lighting is really professionally. It's interesting having this record. Stores had seen it all and you know it started out in one thousand nine hundred eighty in us in the suburbs northwest suburbs of Illinois and Was probably one of the more popular stores visit when it would from the original owner when it was in a states then they moved the owner decided he wanted to get into live music and so he basically whole record store and took get into the city and opened up A Bar Reggie's where the record store was on the second floor of this bar and the bar has gotten pretty popular especially in the area alternative and punk music. I'm probably one of the better small venues in the Chicago area. Actually right now. And he sold the record part of it too arrogant in. Eric's CO owner who relocated out whether our to ninety five north Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago in that that happened around two thousand fifteen sixteen. So it's seen all different styles of incarnation. So when he sold that he so basically all the inventory. The brand Equipment that was there all that kind of stuff He must have had a hell of a collection to a lot of record stores As some customers know have just as many records in storage whether it's in another location or in the basement or the attic Real hard core record collectors. That I've no always in a store and ask. Can I see your base addict? We talked about that in several reviews stores. I did up in in Minnesota in Duluth. You remember the globe news when he has more inventory in another warehouse that he knows in his own amaze you know in his shop and I heard that from several stores so I don't think that's uncommon so there's a lot of room in Back to have There's enough room for bands to perform right and they have bands perform their Gleevec set on a monthly basis. And they do a lot of really nice stuff around bargain store David. It's a nice again. It's probably one of the nicer stage areas that I seen for bands. The plan probably the only other one. I can compare to. Is You crime? He's location has a really nice stage as you can imagine with this. Probably even a little bit bigger than the grimy stage while wonder because since he Audio engineer you know Stereo Equipment. He must know how to set up a nice. Pa For this for small space and for bands and then you say also a DJ as well.
Britain celebrates inspirational veteran's 100th birthday
"A British Army veteran shuffle the length of his garden one hundred times raising over thirty seven million dollars and counting for Britain's National Health Service now he's celebrating his one hundredth birthday as well wishes poured in from around the nation captain Tom was sunny attitude in a dark moment has brought smiles to a country knocked down amid the cabin nineteen pandemic most commonly used social media to seek donations to support healthcare workers as a way to thank the doctors and nurses who took care of him when he broke his hip but as he walked the public what should just kept a nating to salute him on his one hundredth birthday spit fire and the hurricane the monks of the planes flew over his home as he watched in his garden mourners arrive just kept two more was appointed as the fuss on recon on at the army foundation college targets will return one of the goodish owns an inverter could get prime minister Boris Johnson had his own personal message for the centenarian and summed up with the whole nation was feeling captain Tom that is exactly what your point of light in wildlife's challenge I'm S. London
Britain celebrates inspirational veteran's 100th birthday
"Captain Tom was sunny attitude in a dark moment has brought smiles to a country knocked down amid the cabin nineteen pandemic most commonly used social media to seek donations to support healthcare workers as a way to thank the doctors and nurses who took care of him when he broke his hip but as he walked the public what should just kept a nating to salute him on his one hundredth birthday a Spitfire and hurricane among sought the planes flew over his home as he was in his garden mourners arrive just kept two more was appointed as the fuss on recon of the army foundation college targets will return one of the goodish owns an inverter could get prime minister Boris Johnson had his own personal message for the centenarian and summed up with the whole nation was feeling captain Tom that is exactly what your point of light into our lives transaction and then
Saints of Spain; David Suchet Footsteps of St. Paul; Michelangelo In Florence
"Whether you're looking at Michelangelo's magnificent statue of David or you get caught up in a ruckus crowd at a street festival in Spain or even if you just listen to the wind whisper. What life was once like among the sun bleached ruins of the Mediterranean? Your travels can lift your spirit in many ways. Hi I'm Rick Steves in just a bit. We'll take a closer look at the world. Michelangelo lived in influence. Five hundred years ago and actor. David Suchet tells us how he retraced the route that Saint Paul traveled through the eastern Roman Empire. Nearly two thousand years ago. Let's start the hour with a look at how people in Spain honor the lives of important figures from their past. There are actually hundreds of national and regional saints in Spain. And you'll find that many of them get a festival that brings their communities out into the streets to celebrate to explain the role of Saint in the culture of Spain. We're joined now by tour guides or hate Roman from Madrid and Francisco Gloria from pump. Lona or Hey in Francisco. Happy Easter Thank. You thank you so. Spain is a Catholic country in in the church is a huge part of the political and spiritual past. To what extent is the Catholic Church? Still a big part of Spanish society. Today it is. I mean now. The government that we have now is very conservative and they relates a political issues with the church. Not Everybody is happy about that but still part of it and also the most of the celebrations in Spain national holidays. They advocated saints. Lady's name names. I think a lot how. How does the naming of children work compared to the Catholic faith? I mean you're or hey your Cisco do they have any with your parents. Passion for Saints a Whole Mike. As many Ms Francis Xavier because your middle name is executive because for some frantic savior was born in my town so and he was the first Jesuit Right. He was one of the founders of Jesuits Yep okay main signatures which is a very common name. Ignatius and Francisco Xavier. That's a common name where you come from pump loan and actually my name is the ACLU into English degeorge and is the only saint in the Catholic Church actually wasn't a saint also warrior that killed the Dragon Saint George killing the Dragon. Yeah it wasn't saying actually but so there are a lot of festivals when you travel in and almost all of them seem to be related to the church. Talk about a couple of the the great festivals in the Saints Days. That are important in your life in your travels Francisco I am from component the running of the Bulls on what we celebrate. The death of Seinfeld mean so. It's like huge huge celebration. That week starts July six hundred ends July fourteenth saint for me and I. You wouldn't even know who saint for me unless you went to. The running of the Bulls and pump. Lana developed comes from employees. They don't even know who he is attacked because everybody wears the red Kerchief around their neck and when people go to the running of the Bulls they wear this red neckerchiefs symbolism planet. We are under two hundred thousand people. I didn't know we. We welcome one million people and everybody's wearing white unread and nobody knows why like. Excuse me you do get excuse me. I'M A tour guide. I want to explain to you why. You're wearing this red handkerchief. That was the first person that was baptized employees and they cut his head for the recent. So what we represent the white outfit Represents Holiness and the Redmond nights the blood coming out of his neck so he was an early Christian. Pump Loner who was beheaded. Yes he was. We hit it. We say that he was beheaded any Pamplona although history tells us that he was beheaded in France. But Hey ho hey. From Madrid what festivals would impact a traveler when that we should know about quite Madrid? Not Maniacs you say but there is one very close which is Toledo the Corpus Christi is the big the there in Corpus Christi in Toledo is and that's the the corporate the body the body of Christ that's correct. Yeah and that's the Big Day in Toledo and they do bring some things to parade around. And he's part of a could be the equivalent of the beaches. Pelton SPAIN LIKELY. You have here states them. They're very conservative in there. That's interesting because in the United States We've got a region called the Bible Belt in Spain. Is there a region that would be the Bible belt get could be the political? Be One of them if you go around. Let's say like half Mouche from Madrid to the West from Madrid to the West Toledo Arbella. Salunke that part of your Browning what do you? What is your image of being? We'll have to think that we had the Muslim heritage Muslim heritage started to come down of it from the north down. Thanks Community Santos on James. Drake has just for the historic context. The Muslims came in and took over Spain and Portugal in from the eighth century until fourteen. Ninety two a good part of Spain was ruled by Muslim overlords. And then for centuries there was the RECON keystone reconquering has finally fourteen ninety two. The last Muslim was pushed out of Granada and back into Africa. What I make the difference that the Community Santiago okay. The origin was by the coast and it was the beginning of the Spanish reconquista. So this is the Camino Santiago. This is the big pilgrimage trail that cuts across from France all the way across north Spain the major city in the north west of Spain Santiago de Compostela. They'll go and How what's the historical roots for this pilgrimage? Because thousands and thousands of people make this high out there still do it people at the beginning they did it by the coast so those kingdoms those ancient kingdoms there the realize that whatever was going there were no Muslims so th would they decided to push it south and south and south and south until the Camino we know today so I am from the north in the north we barely have any Muslim heritage. We were more Christine. Must time before. But if you go down to under Lucia there you find. Churches generally built upon a mosque. Correct and mosque was built upon a church than they destroyed. If you go to civilian you see them at Nickerson Tarver. A Cathedral Tower actually was the minaret of the old mosque. So there's this layering of history. And what's very poignant to me? Is We hear about people. Being beheaded today in this struggle of fanatic Islam and Christians and so on but if you go to a church in southern Spain it's very common to see a man on a horse with a big sword cutting off the heads of Muslims and at the feet of the Horse. There's six or eight heads of beheaded Muslims as correct. Lose this man that is son James. The son teams we're representing three ways bishop as more slayer the more slayer so his. His nickname was saint. James the slater the more killer. Well enter the Moore's for the Muslims. Yeah most of our lives and today's politically incorrect. So we're beginning to cover those heads on the floor seriously. Some of those old statues and paintings are getting with put flowers well enough so you hide them so you hide you see a guy on a white horse with a sore but every time a Christian is just so disgusted by a Muslim fanatic. That cut off one of his people's heads we've got to remember. This is nothing new in history Spanish. I consider myself Catholic. We've been the worst ever I mean. We've inquisition the request. We have expelled. The Jews I mean with excuse of religion with Don's much bad. The inquisition is Sort of gift of Spain to the rest of Europe. What gave yeah. I poisoned gift. Would you describe the The inquisition you see the palace don't you out l. escorial that's right correct. What is the inquisition? Mean to to church history It's a sad episode. I mean this might personal opinion. Very site I mean also gave us practical thing. But it's a very very sad history. Every time I talk to them to my travelers about inquisition unites ties with Catholic moral and they kept going on.
Here's when you can expect your tax refund
"Have you done your taxes yet filing seasons been underway for about three weeks and Bloomberg's Laura Davison has looked at the numbers so far laurel what did you find when it comes to re funds what the last year is that fewer people are getting refunds compared to last year at this time just about two weeks and the filing filing fees and the thing about the same number of people file their returns the average size of the return is about the same it's just under two thousand dollars but just fewer people are getting those checks which would indicate that our people are not having as much withheld from their paychecks throughout the year so there are not eligible for a refund contact I'm guessing that's probably a shock to a lot of people when they see that bottom line all the tax form a change that we thought starting about last year is with the with the twenty seventeen tax law that changed a bunch of different things that size of some credit the the way he added that the formula essentially for money to be withheld from paychecks all the things that many people did get a tax cut as a result of that law but they just didn't see it in the form of a larger viewfinder they got that tax cut you know in terms of getting you know fifty or sixty or seventy dollars every paycheck rather than getting a big check at the end of the year and talk a little bit more about that because I mean if the money is coming in it's just not coming in one big lump sum in the spring time yeah exactly could it be a treasury department sort of adjusted the withholding people because that's what they call them and so while a lot of people you know father tax rate go down on they may be eligible for larger deductions or look at a larger child tax credit they didn't get it at the end of the year basically what that what that the treasury department as they have did a calculation that you know kind of put a little bit more in people's paychecks throughout the year the people who used to get a refund several thousand dollars are now finding that maybe they get a very small recon just a couple hundred dollars or the fact that they that they actually a little bit of money at the end of the year which is what economists say that you should be you shouldn't want to that because that means you're getting there your money to the government and interest free loan throughout the year but people really like refined different custom to it and using that as sort of a saving tool to that in the spring have a chunk of money to pay down the debt with the car another big purchase with the changes we've seen in the tax laws Laura in the past few years is it a good idea to go in and look and see exactly what is being taken out and maybe a dress that number or you can go in with your employer anytime actually starting this year is a brand new W. for form that that form that you fill out used to have all these exemptions you have to put zero one kind of complicated the iris is a new version of that form out this January if you're starting a new job will automatically be given a form to fill out but even if you're staying in the same role you can go into the H. R. department update this form and that should more closely get you where you want to be and you can kind of adjusting okay I want a refund if you could fill out you can get that or if they have one at come close to you you basically close to zero attacks and not knowing anything not getting re signed the form can also help you do that thanks to Bloomberg tax reporter Laura
"recon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That you know that. Come out once a year at that time of the year. So I'm thinking if chuck at all this new inventory put out because the space. I'm wondering how much he has in storage time. So they have a doesn't sound like they have a basement there so ah we are getting lots of collections. He should give like little past ten dollars each and you have. You could go down to the basement and for for about half hour. Pick out what you want and we'll give you good prices on it. Maybe that's something that all vendors. Yeah I convinced couple of owners to do that so It does work. If if you're a customer that goes in there on a regular basis so off okay well people could go to vinyl edge dot com that's V. I N. A. L. Edge DOT COM. Remember to misspell it and you could you know maybe contact shot. Get some t shirts. Maybe some order some weird experimental Prague etc that you might be able to get elsewhere and also have you. Did you check out other Houston record stores while you were there. I did And and I was quite impressed with With all the different stuff. I mean you got cactus records cheesy huge Market that story Houston and then I I'm trying to remember the name of the store that who's a tiki Eh Tiki Record store we actually in a previous before we started doing well before we started doing the podcast. I think I remember them but you liked vinyl edge. They stuck. I'll obviously Daniel. Johnston connection is is really unique. So it's pretty cool. I hope people get a chance to visit their if they're in Houston and also check them out online and we'll Dr Desk who's up next for the next record store recon broadcast episode next next next we we call it will be Straight out of the pages of deliverance or going ahead to West Virginia and visit visit a small record store in Beckley West Virginia on that ends up being a pretty darn cool record. Store doesn't it but she reels records. Yep that's correct. Yeah look forward to it. All right my friend. Dr Disc will talk to you later hockey down the road. See the next episode so go to VINYL EDGE DOT COM. That's V. I N. A. L. E. D. G. E. DOT COM. Don't forget to spell it. Okay that's this addition of records nor recon don't forget to go to goldmine MAG DOT COM for exclusive content and a percentage off subscription subscription price. And pick up the latest issue on the newsstand at Select Barnes and nobles and books a million stores. This is pat. Prince will see you next time. He's Lucas Hair. He's Kerry shale and this is a trailer for. Is it rolling Bob Talking Dylan We talked to interesting people like author. Neil gaiman dilemmas was more omnipresent than you believe. Part three of American gods is called at this moment of the storm. And of course it's a hard rain's GonNa fall is another way of saying that singer Billy Bragg Owen to Hammersmith Odeon with Chrissie Hinde and she totally spoiled foto evening for me behind backstage beforehand and come in and sign to me. You must come back and say hello to pull off. Was He'd love to meet you so I spend the entire GIG himself. It doesn't sound. Like how about relay records runaway actor David Morrissey the stories they they are all sit there and you think God this is taking me on a journey not just by each track but each album is such a chapter in a life. Singer Bob Arb- younger and suddenly something in the song you go being. Oh yeah thoughts today. That's the reality of the quality of his undestanding undestanding of humanity that kind of not really relentless gays the legendary Larry route so sloman. And that's what I talked about Santa Lady and and I said you know Bob I always wondered you know in the chorus say. My Warehouse Eyes. My Arabian drums. Giving is a verb or is there a comedy in the two different images and Sarah goes. Yeah I've always wanted that to leave me alone. Writer David Hepworth honest. Honestly sweat was driven off me because again very far and you can get some quotes are gonNA get some lines as and you because you get that out. It does well on that and the woman from the record company said to him. How's it going this is? He keeps his committee questions and Dylan aurthority Michael Gray. He's doing that Dylan. His his his breaking through the sort of smear of coast-to-coast important American in television. And here's creating is busting through that and creating a live event and authentic moment. Is it rolling Bob. Talking Dylan is voices really warm. It's just it ain't got no four but it's just like a dead man's last pistol shot baby..
Everything you need to know about Times Square's NYE ball
"There already partying in time square in the heart of Manhattan as the clock ticks toward twenty twenty CBS news correspondent Mar Rubin is there if you're in Times Square you have a good view were ever you're standing of the six time crystal Times Square ball Jessica Peters staked out her spot at three thirty this morning we did some recon we wanted to find out exactly where we wanted to be she says the adrenaline is keeping our up I'm okay like I'm not tired I'm sure I'll be tired tomorrow
Bolsonaro pardons Brazil security forces convicted of unintentional crimes
"Brazil's hardline president Jibal scenario has pardoned jailed members of the police and the minute tree convicted of crimes committed unintentionally or in self defense including for unlawful killing the pardon includes personnel who were off duty when the crime was carried out this excludes people convicted of corruption torture all terrorism human rights groups recon Brazilian place as among the deadliest in the world especially in the cities of Rio de Janeiro and sao Paulo
Ubisoft delays Watch Dogs Legion, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and Gods and Monsters
"Ubisoft announced at least three games game delays and then also announced some underperformance of its recent titles like Ghost recon break points and even the listen to the game delays specifically are now they don't have new dates that's right in a quarter of their fiscal ubisoft delayed watchdogs legion rainbow six quarantine which I don't know oh I forgot that was announced at e three it's a new game not part of rainbows success what does this game okay we're just explaining what it is alien AH I don't think so it was like a supernatural green six during that part and also it's a cool dri also gods monsters which was announced three and we don't really know much about other than its gives us sort of breath awhile vibes yeah but that game when it was announced and then got release date as well we haven't even seen that game exactly possibly have a release date that early jump the gun the release date for that to you so those three games now delayed to win
TV & Movie Recap: Week of September 30th
"Are going to have makes is supposedly amazing this film I will be checking out this weekend for TV pages on Monday. CW has the finale a of Penn and teller fool us for Tuesday cw has the finale of Pandora paramount network has ink master grudge match premier and travel network has most terrifying places premier for Wednesday CBS has the premiere of seal team. and Swat Fox has the premiere of almost family CW has the I heart music festival night one and t and t has the premiere of all elite wrestling dynamite for Thursday cw has the I heart music festival night two on Friday NBC has the premiere of the blacklist and history channel has the reboot of the series in search of verse Saturday. HBO Has the Premiere of cold suit and on Sunday CBS as the premiere of Madam Secretary ABC has the premiere of kids say the darndest things see He w has the premiere of Bat woman and supergirl ABC has the premiere of Mister Robot AMC has the walking dead and talking dead and travel network has the witches of Salem for box office result in fifth place you have Ed Astra fourth-place it chapter two third-place Hustlers second-place Downton Abbey and in first place making twenty point eight million dollars is this abominable for movies coming out this week the only thing that's coming out in wide release is joker but for DVD's you have spiderman and far from home maiden and the apocalypse and framing John delorean for on Line Services Net flicks you have uh-huh Gillian momentum you've Nikki glaser living undocumented in the tall grass raising dion season one and Roy gotten season two who has light as a feather season two and prime has goliath season three for video games you have destiny a to shadow keep and Tom Clancy Ghost recon break point for Gui News you have Mondays Trivia at fallen up directly after Trivia stick around for Karaoke with Carla Trivia is from eight to ten Karaoke goes from ten until close new episodes geeks under the influence blue's clues smack my pitch up keith father and for the mouths of madness and beautiful disasters make sure that you come out on Tober thirteenth for the Darker Room in the Hof Heimer building located in Scott's addition for G. pod Wayne featuring live recordings of booze clues and smack my pitch up clues will be an all Florida man edition because nothing says horror like Fordham with our investigators dressed up as Florida man this is not dimissed doors open at six show starts at seven twenty one up only ended is free for one more thing if you like blooding gorgeous stories view I mean the fake stuff that you get inundated with all month long no I am referring to the real deal actress and star of the new C. he w show bat woman Ruby Rose had emergency surgery on her neck and upper back being that the star that she is in Hollywood she posted the video on Instagram Ram the surgery was for two herniated discs She received while doing a stunt for her show it was emergency procedure because there was a chance they would continue to herniated and risk per becoming paralysed obviously the surgery went well and she has a show a small scar on the back of her neck she's been quoted making jokes about a Pez dispenser If you want to see the video I'm not really sure why you would you can find it online
"recon" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
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Iran, Ron Thursday And Senator Lindsey Graham discussed on Purity Products
"US central command, says Iran tried firing a missile at an American drone in the strait of Hormuz, but missed that drones sent to do recon on one of the two oil, tankers, purportedly attacked by Ron Thursday, Senator Lindsey Graham on Fox News with advice for President Trump on how to handle Tehran the pressure on in, if they continue to do this thing, their navy light Ronald Reagan did back in the eighties crew members that have been detained by Iran after the attacks had
"recon" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"I'm very glad that he did get his back. He he's he's seems like a really cool. Yeah. And I I, you know, because he was just like, well, I just wanna talk about the recon foundation. I didn't think I thought it was going to be kind of tightlipped about his service. And I'm glad he got into it with us. Yeah. Well, I mean, you want the thing is we live in a democratic country. Right. And we need the public support for our military. And if the public doesn't know what a reconnaissance marinas, they're not going to support him. Yeah. I just the truth. I mean, if they don't know what a ranger is. They're not going to support him. I basically navy seal. I think the public understands what a navy seal has at this point. But no as as Jose was talking about. I mean, it's important to talk about. Out the reconnaissance marine because we want the public to support them. We want the public to support the Marine Corps. We want the public support foundations like this that help out the families and injured marines. So it is important to tell some of these stories. Yeah. And I do appreciate him going into, you know, extensive detail about their mission. And that everybody is volunteer. You know, oftentimes, you do hear about organizations, and it just seems like they're doing a lot of like networking and charity events, and and and you wonder where the money is going. You know, he gave us all the details of where the money is going. So it sounds like an incredible organization. Yeah, they sound like they're really hands on which is great like I have a friend without naming names. But doing it was like one of these charitable Gallos down in downtown Manhattan. And like these millionaires were coming up to him. And they're like, yeah. Just donated one point five million to the organization, but then on the on the backside of it. He knows that organization isn't doing anything. So he was like where the fuck is the money going. What the hell is going on here? Through. So I've seen the same type of thing, man. Yeah. So I mean, it sounds like the the recon foundation is small staffed by volunteers and sounds like it's hands on, you know, so it's probably a much safer bet. Yeah. And he's definitely passionate about it. And and I think being able to fly these gold star families out to why for a few days to both unwind and learn some new stuff like it sounds like an awesome experience. And and also the reaction he got from those families. So yeah, visit recon foundation dot org. And I think that's that's it for us. And that was a great interview. And for guy who doesn't do a lot of media thought he was excellent. Got a lot to say absolutely have to have him back on sometime. Definitely. All right. So.
"recon" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Do you share with the public which parts or just for you guys, which is understandable? But at the same time, I really believe that some of these stories need to be shared, and we do need to pass them these things on. I'm working here. Another book that just landed in our office a life of blood and danger by Daniel hill. And this guy had way back. It looks like in the fifties and sixties he had quite a career. And this book is like probably five hundred pages. So I do thank you for coming on here and educating us a little bit. And I guess that would be my next question. Then is could you tell us a little bit about what our recon marine does and getting also to the differences between recon enforce recon. Because I think some of our listeners will be really interested in that. Okay. Well, I if I could go back to the the on the radio station. So I wanna be clear, you know, the purpose today for for been coming on. And guy is really in the end of this is to talk about the brain reconnaissance foundation, and what we're doing for our community. Whether it's traumatically injured, whether it is gold star families or whether it's the active duty riccar breed or Sark special tips causes Cormon and their family today. So, you know, we have to make a decision of foundation that if if we're going to garner any support we have to tell some the story we have it. Right. There's there's no way without exposure. Are we going to be able to do things, and I know gets us a little later. But as example, you know, I think as are aware that were we are flying six gold star families out to Hawaii for an all expense p trip in you know, in less than a month. I mean, you know to make that all inclusive all expense paid, you know, on a thirty million dollar state with their own private chef and own private helicopters. And all the great things you wanna do that does not have unless we're talking about it. Right. And we're we're seeking support. So I'll stop there. I know I gotta get so back to your question about reconnaissance marine. So so I it's important understand that core. The United States Marine corps is the Marinko and the marine air ground task force that built or rammed, you know, that detain landing team and on up is really support, you know, whether we're talking about f three five fifth generation aircraft. Whether we're talking about attack, Cobra attack helicopters conscience. You know, we at the fundamental core of our doctrine the marina on task support. So that's that's an important note. So reconnaissance marines in the what was formed for to his division recon their role largely with the key support, the marine division against bring division infantry and their former individuals and their job with basic conduct ground finish reconnaissance in support that marine division. You know, isn't a landing is in an air assault is around clearing, etc. Back in the older days. The force reconnaissance company were kind of be mea the the more senior, folks. I mean back in the nineties if you were recon battalion marine and you wanted to go to say first force recon company, yaldo, your basically train riccar Spreen, you could be jumping dive ranger sear this the other. You would still have to take the the force reconnaissance in dock. So you'd take another selection move up to force your congress. The the great shaping at that time was more senior. So you would look at the vision recon, and Lance corporal, corporal sergeant and maybe a platoon sergeant staff sergeant April commander, probably as the first ten where force recon company, you know, took the more mature, experienced brains who had the excellent baseline, by the way. I gotta add that that came from recon battalion or some of the best, you know, special operators that have gone to national mission force at on all over the place. But in the ricotta me, that's kind of the way things or you know, you'd in'dock you've got company and at at in my time platoons were pre senior. When we were in Iraq. We add platoons that had, you know, a senior cabinet or junior major as a platoon commander..
"recon" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Recon battalion has a force recon company inside of it. So I would say I that, you know, the marines that I came in contact with through the pipeline to include instructors as well as when I got to my platoon. It was it was humbling because what house a young youngster you. No, I boxed wrestled. I was in good shape. You know? I thought it was you know. So I thought yeah, I'm I'm pretty pretty tough guy. And then you get around, you know, marines and reconnaissance Cormon, you know, who been there done that. And there are things struck me mmediately one was you know, you thought you or something pretty cool. And then now. Your average when you're amongst these guys and that was humbling, but that that really caused me to you know, to want excel every single date because I wanted to be valued member of the community my platoon and my team. So I think that was that was kind of a humbling experience, but the other thing I learned very quickly was, you know, as a youngster, and then you understand you guys understand this, you know, before you had gone through your selection assessment before you had, you know, you know, received the accolades of of cheating. What you did whether it's special forces naval special warfare marine force constants, you know, everyone thinks about the pool things going to go to this school. And you know, when you get there when everyone's already been there done that. Nobody cares about that. Right. Here's what school you went to how many jumps. She got. You know, are you? Sniper you this or that because you know, a majority guys have done all those things. So it really truly about your individual reputation as eighteen mate. You know what bring the tape? I mean, as so again, I think those two things are great factors. You're right. We add the marine doing things that a lot. You know? It's kinda sad that the reconnaissance community. Me back up. The reconnaissance comedians, very quiet community. So even myself coming on this radio station is is is a little I have a little shepherd Asian because you know, our forefathers are very much. You know, we don't talk about the job. We do. We don't talk about the things we do. And I and I truly respect that. But you know, if you understand reconnaissance history, and you know, what the the reconnaissance the force reconnaissance comedians done history. It's it is fascinating. And incredible. I mean what I mean just as example, you know, we had marines. It's Bali prior to you know, the famous Black Hawk Down battle from second fourth rebound company doing things, and I'll just leave it there. You know, that real world in line of the same type of mission sets, you know, that's a single example of you know, in the nineties kind of things that were happening now we had Renes. Down south with our army special forces brothers doing things and south SouthCom again, which I want expand your so there were absolutely things were not. And I would say today's you ever reconnaissance marines. I think we all should do better job of passing that lineage history on it is amazing. But I will tell you that a lot of people do not know that fascinating, you know, piece of American Marine Corps reconnaissance, I absolutely agree. And you know, I constantly learnt so much. I consider myself. I'd like to think of myself fairly well read, and you know, this is going to be episode like close to like episode four hundred fifty four hundred forty. But I'm constantly learning things from when we have guys from the special operations community come on here. And even things that happened in my own unit. Like what that really happened? So. Yeah. Acid those lessons onto the next generation are really important. And I totally respect the trepidation you have about. I know there's a it's a closed culture, the recon culture. And you guys have to decide you know, what parts of it?.
"recon" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"The recon and sniper foundation is is my choice, especially if you're looking to give to service members who are trying to try to try to stay float after being asked to do some pretty horrific stuff because they one hundred percent of that stuff gets read it, they it's it's run by a couple of a handful of guys there's no massive infrastructure. It's all volunteer. They get all of the money goes out that I keep an penny for themselves. This is this is pure. This is a true, it's truly a a labor of love and passion project for these guys because they care about their brothers. And so if you want to donate, the re. Honest night, profound Asian you can Email me I will put you in contact with the guys who are it will be more than happy to accept your donation or you can Google recon sniper foundation. It used to be it was just for recon and sniper guys. But I believe they've expanded it now too because they have the resources to help more people. So if you would like to help, please go, and and help us try and get this under control because as libertarians you. We have to believe that this is our responsibility that it's up to us to help our neighbor. See it's it's not that we're not charitable. It's just we believe that government forces and charity, but if the government isn't doing it, we have to do it. And if the government isn't doing a good job of it. We have to do it. The fact that we're paying taxes, and the government should be helping and they're not is not an excuse for us not to help we have to do more. And so I'm I do this for me. This year when you're gonna give give to the recon sniper foundation. They're doing I found no better organization at to put my name behind. I love these guys to death. And they just did a hog hunt this month that I wasn't able to go on a tend. But I just I love those guys to death. They're great men. And and and do something do something positive to help us fight this opioid addiction. And this this massive increase in overdose deaths and suicide deaths in America because it is. It is absolutely horrific. All right. I'm just gonna leave it at that for today. Because the only thing I really had to talk about with CNN's ratings being down. And honestly man that she's really that's more fun for me than anything else. So I appreciate you guys. I love you all please enjoy the rest of your day. I will be back here tomorrow. We'll do this all over again until then be safe. Be good. I'll talk to you. Then..
"recon" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"And then got back and went to force recon is an officer so for people who don't necessarily understand do you want to explain a little bit about the difference between recon and force yeah force recon is more further it's deeper we go deeper behind enemy wise in the traditional sense recon is more close in basic scouts scouts but a little bit more high speed right right they go to jump school dive school force reconnaissance they go deeper and they may infiltrate using different type of high altitude parachute techniques or underwater techniques and they have better communications and nowadays in it's been a little bit benef years 'cause i've been out we also had the raid mission the da the direct action piece so the force recon guys they're trained in the direct action the rate aspect and it's just a little bit more experience more maturity and both of them no great great organizations it's like what is rt regimental o r d r c now yeah extensively that's what they for a long time they were doing reconnaissance for the ranger regiment on airfields because they're the regiment's mission was airfield seizures still is so force recon would say the biggest difference is they have the direct action or we can't and the army we also have i teams and the army gets so stupid about it they keep disbanding them standing them up again to spanning them what do you think that we should do away with small reconnaissance teams that human eyeball on the ground i mean what are we doing our these teams still relevant important today's warfare with drones and all marine corps june of same thing real twenty five years twenty five years ago there was discussion to span recon keep this and that i'm a firm believer you still need feet on the ground at some point and you may have to structure a little bit different provide it with different type of technology totally disbanding it probably not so much but maybe restructuring reorganizing keeping keeping some small force you still you still need those boots on the duck those is on a confirm validate what those drones are seeing overhead even as a technology increases you still need somebody to put the sensors and place absolutely and then you start talking about these other environments we've been operating in an environment that's been open desert mounted but yet in the jungle aaa or canopy different world different world try locating the enemy in that so and that's where ground reconnaissance and vietnam that's we're they made so much money you know gathering that information processing back to hire so they can make those informed decisions but you still need people on the ground in one way shape or another whether it's a permissive environment or non permissive environment than how you train them to i think that's important as of lucien of war changes you really have to dapper to the battlefield and train people differently how they see things and how they do things which is tough which is to because we don't know what the next fight as we always say we're we're still fighting the last we're still find the last war so so it's tough but technology we keep seeing different improvements and technology it's great drones that are now pocketsized to predators all these other assets we have but you talked about in placing different type of technical devices to you sony those people out there in place in those devices so after you transitioned he went over to force recon to be an officer there i mean the war was on at this point you guys must have kept a point yeah we.
"recon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Hanging glove this conversation no right right right just listen you had to throw in are to play that could be three and zoo just you know i'll no hang on we'll who highfive and he's author and his maryland no yell at this is the thing though none of handle these thing i don't i don't but it's never hi five and beyond the merry way it out of her a because i give him a five it out five it out we do a little hogg and then we're both on our mary way i have a bit better than just shouted the jazz i'm on the back speaking at the university of miami mark recon of agrees with you dan he's a he's gift guide is mark wrecked i can i can i can get witness dude four not a dominant football team were were very very solid football team that's fight like mad just two to win the close battles is where we are right now but his again a lot of positive things are happening through the adversity that were we've been able to overcome to this point he went on to say that we have an impose our will on any dead on like why don't you get that mad at him like that's dead on everything he said there well i mean why we get mad at him when we can get mad at you yeah he's tones way better faster i heard so has to take a taken note on his tone his no just editor at his two he's obviously wrong about his own team he doesn't know anything but his tone is resident as early pleasant it really is is so what this guy had to say about me i do get a lot of that hey hey worst god's.
"recon" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Or the middle of the east china sea and what doc prank i dunno of anybody knows a dock prank but he was with the third recon fifth force recon battalion and dock prank it is in there and were scrub in these floors and we're talking about the telling these stories and prank has got his question and we posed it to him he's like man his i listen omelet take the legs but i'm telling you right now a protest these choices i'd neither one of these choices are acceptable i protest that having to make this decision but since i do i'm choosing the legs and when i heard about this option the singaporean option for solving our welfare state problem i thought to myself this is a doc prank a situation is like if i have to choose if it's one or the other yeah i choose being able to keep my own money and being forced to save because frankly that's probably be a pretty good thing for me to do versus the welfare state that we have now that would be what would be best the best is i don't lose my legs and i don't become somebody's boyfriend that i gotta get to leave my life the way i see fit and when it comes to the financial situation and what we do with our own money the best situation is that the government just days out of it and if you choose to spend all of your money on you who and popsicles then you can go and seek the charity of others if you choose to make some bad choices in your life and you gain no skill and no education than you may be reliant upon charity.