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Fresh update on "randy" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:40 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "randy" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"And we think we hope that will be coming up. He's Triple Crown winner and he was having a little problem, but we hope he might get here today. And a very special tribute taking place to Hall of Fame jockey, Randy Romero, who passed away in 2019 after a lengthy battle with health issues, eventually. But his good friend, Shane sellers, who I think the world of is going to be there to say a few words about Randy and his son will be there. Tell me more about that. Yes, we're doing a memorial to Shane. I mean, too, I'm sorry, Randy. I just met Shane actually yesterday. Personally, very, very, very nice fella and a great guy and really thought he was excellent. And so any put this together, that he's not only put this together about Randy and Randy's son, Randy junior's coming today, he'll be here with us. And what he went through. Ran your Romero and still wrote is just a tribute to his determination is the guts that he had to do what he did is amazing. So we'll be honoring him, Shane will do a little speech we have. We have a video of him winning the breeders cup. Here at Churchill. And it's just going to be a very, very nice presentation. And I think people really like it. That's fantastic, visiting with Barry pearl, jockeys and jeans that fundraiser event taking place at Churchill downs later today. It begins at what 1130 Barry, is that right? Doors open 1130 and we're all ahead over there and making a trip and it's going to be a fun day. As I said, I can't say enough. About how Churchill really opened their arms opened the doors and said, we're going to support you guys a 100%. And they did. And so, you know, for race and needs a few good words and a few positive issues. And I think this is one of them. You know, Barry, as we were starting the conversation, you mentioned that big number of raising over $2 million for PDGF through jockeys and genes in these events that have been held. This is the 8th annual event coming up later today. What do you think? I mean, outside of that number, that's a huge number. You benefited and you've helped a lot of people bury you in the entire team. But what do you think would be the one thing outside of that that you could point to and say that you're probably most proud of with everything that you and the team have been able to accomplish? Well, you know, I think the moment of the event that is most important to me, I do it because I had a good career, I walked away from this game from my writing career in one piece. I understand completely the dangers and pitfalls of the game. And it's all about helping your fellow brothers, sister. So when we bring our introduce them, Jamie Locke, who's our one of our coordinators, our fallen router coordinators along with the roger Blanco. When we introduce us, men and women, they wheel up there in the wheelchairs. And face the audience and then call up our Hall of Famers who stands behind them. There's not a dry eye in the place. And that to me, that moment is what is satisfying and real to me. So, you know, I got a great crew here, my one son, my son Matthew pearl and his wife Michelle are here. They work their butts off. They believe and so I see these things happen and all their people get out there and just put everything they have it, have in it. And that's what it's all about today. So it's great. Yeah, very well said, Barry pearl here on HR and Barry, we've been doing this a long time and as you know, the PDGF is our official charity here on the horse racing radio network and whatever we can do to help. Please let us know. But have a great time there today and enjoy it and all the best. Let's hope you hit that goal and even more. Thanks, Mike. We appreciate horse racing radio network. You won't like you said through all the years that you guys have been helping us. And I know I can depend on you and you're a good friend and this is great. Thank you very much. Yeah, likewise, my friend, thank you, Barry pearl here. When I come back, I will get you set for the second hour of the program. We're going to talk about the Stephen foster. We're going to talk about the huge day of Belmont park. We're going to talk about the princess Rooney down at Gulfstream. That's all I had on the equine form on the horse racing radio network. Hi Tony. Hey, Matthew. There's a reason why Tony steaks and seafood is my favorite restaurant. It's because I want to feel part of the family. Isn't that right, Tony? That's right. There's a saying on the wall that I truly believe in. There's always room for one more at our table. We just want you to be part of our family..

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Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar

"Rock legend Randy bachman's long searches over for a cherished guitar Batman's orange 1957 gretch 61 20 Chet Atkins was stolen from a Toronto hotel in 1977 This guitar was magical It was my tool my hammer to make songs and make music Bachmann ended up buying about 300 guitars and unsuccessful attempts to replace it In 2020 a Canadian fan who heard the story of the guitar launched an Internet search and successfully located it in Tokyo the 78 year old bachmann has his guitar back Well when I was playing it in the first song it was very strange to look down and see it The reunion happened during a concert in Tokyo There's something special about this one It is the one So it's just fantastic The guitar belonged to Japanese musician takeshi who agreed to give it to bachmann in exchange for a guitar that was very similar I'm Ed

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Fresh update on "randy" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

18:51 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "randy" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Com. Please go. There he is as my guy. Good job. How's your new show going good? Very well. I heard good. Thank you. Yes indeed. Thank you, mister president, so excited. I'm still coveting my new LGBTQ mug. Literally just arrived in the studio. Thank you, Randy for delivering it. We are totally LGBTQ here. This is Pride Month. Get yours today. It stands for, of course, let's get Biden to quit. You can get your t-shirts, your mugs at Seb gork is dot com. This is really nice. I'm going to have my morning tea in this, I think. LGBTQ, let's get Biden to quit differents. You need to get yours today. Brainwashed. How indoctrinated are these sheep, these sheeple outside the Supreme Court and burning down, pregnancy centers and churches across America. I found this on the interwebs over the weekend. A young man was asking these protesters about bodily autonomy, sovereignty for your body, my body my choice. And they got a little confused. Got three. What's important is bodily autonomy, the same right men have always had. We just want equal rights. The right to govern our own bodies, just like men have always had. It's that simple. Do you support the right for people to not get the COVID vaccine? It's irrelevant. My body, my choice. You're right. It's not irrelevant. Yeah, but one slave's wise. It's not a relevant. One of them is going to be in a pandemic state, right? A state of emergency, which we all know laws changed during a state of emergency. Do you agree with the statement or the principle of my body my choice? Yes, absolutely. Bodily autonomy is a human right. Healthcare is a human right. Access to healthcare should not be something that is dictated by the Supreme Court. During the pandemic, did you support people's right to not get the COVID vaccine? It's a difficult conversation. Do you support bodily autonomy and other situations? For example, the COVID vaccine mandates. The vaccine mayonnaise. We've been mandated to get vaccines for years and years and years. You do support in that situation. People not having control of their bodies. That's not having not control of your body. It's like I don't understand. You think it is important for people to have medical and health control over their own body. Yeah, it's good for them. It's good for everybody. You didn't support the mandate? I do. Support command dates, yeah. Mandate that people have to get the vaccine, so they don't have control over their own body. Vaccinations are good for people. But in that case, you don't have control, right? If there's a mandate. No, they don't have to get it. They just can't go anywhere, do anything, right? Have a job. You don't have a right to a job. Everybody should have a right to do what they want with their bodies. Support the people's right to choose not to get the COVID vaccine. I'm not doing that. I'm not doing that because bodily autonomy if I'm committing murder, but not if it's a vaccine being injected into your body, it's complicated, isn't it? Snowflakes. Dear Friends, we have a special guest. Somebody who has decided to jump into the arena crazy crazy decision I know. She is the candidate for the governorship of Colorado, Heidi canal. Welcome.

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Professor Randy Barnett Summarizes 'Astonishing' SCOTUS Term

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | 2 d ago

Professor Randy Barnett Summarizes 'Astonishing' SCOTUS Term

"Barnett, would you summarize the term, which is about to wrap up in a few hours? Astonishing? I can summarize it in one word. It's astonishing. Let me put it this way. One of the things that was said for some time, especially after the NFIB versus surveillance ObamaCare debacle that I was involved in, as you know, is that 5 votes are not enough. You need to have sex. It's like it's like, you know, it goes to 11. You need one more. So it's like Ocean's Eleven. You need one more. So you need 6, not 5, 6 changes, the complexion of the court, a lot. And 6 by 6, I mean, 6 legal conservatives of one variety or another. And I think now this we finally see the difference between 6 and 5.

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Brit Hume Rips January 6 'TV Production' Hearing

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:26 min | 2 d ago

Brit Hume Rips January 6 'TV Production' Hearing

"Let's start with Britt Hume. Last night on Fox News with Brett bear, I said grab this because he is slamming the Nancy Pelosi one 6 committee after the hearsay testimony of miss Hutchinson cutting them 11. What it did do now that the testimony is being challenged is it shows why it's not a good idea to put witnesses on that without any cross examination or any viewpoints expressed from the other side of the issue when there is another side and certainly it is in this case. This is what the committee has decided it will do. It will put on a TV production, which is what it has done. And it seems to have tripped itself up on that because the testimony is now being disputed openly by the Secret Service. First of all, I said the beast, but it was the smaller Secret Service SUV, but either way, how does this happen in a committee that's that scripted and that laying all of this methodically out, they call this surprise hearing and then they trip on this and it opens the door to critics of the committee from the beginning. Well, I think it's consistently what the committee has done though. When you think about it, they'll call witnesses before the committee and the witness will be sitting there and then the committee will proceed to play excerpts from the deposition, the video deposition of the same witness. It's a very peculiar way to proceed. You know, I've been around Washington a while. I covered the hill for a long time. I don't remember any committee where all the members were chosen by one party, even the minority parties representatives. And they're all on the same page. They all agree. Well, if you don't have any dissenting voices, this is the kind of thing going to happen. Some mistake. After two of the congressmen were turned down, then the minority leader walked away, but it still does not have any pushback. And where does it go from here? No, you need that to have credibility. You need that. And so does it have credibility at the end, do you think? Well, if this blows up, this sensational testimony, which I don't think advanced the ball on the committee's main thesis. But this testimony which everybody was in rhapsody is over yesterday, blows up and has found to be seriously contested and in doubt, I think that will damage the credibility of the committee and his final work product, whatever that may be. Of course, always right

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US Boosting Forces Across Europe Over Russian Threat, Biden Tells NATO

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

US Boosting Forces Across Europe Over Russian Threat, Biden Tells NATO

"The big news yesterday. President Biden indeed all of the NATO leaders have sent Russia a defiant message according to The Washington Post. Under pressure to find new ways to confront Russia as a deadly invasion of Ukraine dragged into its 5th month President Biden and then allies on Wednesday announced a historic surge of forces along Europe's eastern Flank and welcome Finland and Sweden as soon to be members as they promised to defend every inch of NATO territory. The muscular military announcements were intended to send an unmistakable message that NATO remains unified against Russia's growing belligerents, said Biden standing alongside NATO secretary general Stoltenberg on the second day of the NATO

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Biden Boosts US Troops in Europe Because of Russia's War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Biden Boosts US Troops in Europe Because of Russia's War in Ukraine

"From the Financial Times, U.S. to boost military presence in Europe as NATO's strengthens defenses. 5000 additional troops to Romania to squadrons of U.S. fighter aircraft after a U.S. F-35s will be in the United Kingdom. These are good moves. The deal is there's no money in the budget for them. Joe Biden gave no additional money. There's a real cut in the Biden budget, but we're looking forward to the Senate in the house agreeing to fund the Department of Defense so that we can actually do this, rebuild the supplies of the weaponry that has gone to Ukraine rightly, but it is up to you to elect Republicans at every level if you want the defend not only Europe but yourself. From China and

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Tellez bat, Davis glove send Brewers over Rays

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

Tellez bat, Davis glove send Brewers over Rays

"Ratty teles continued to rake as he led the brewers to a 5 three win over the rays Teles Homer twice including a tie breaking solo drive in the 8th inning To let us have 5 homers and 8 RBIs in his last 6 games Just being able to be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Jonathan Davis had the defensive gem of the day making an over the shoulder grab and crashing into the wall to rob Randy arose arena of an extra base hit I'm Dave

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Cole rebounds, Yanks expose shaky Rays' D in 2-0 win

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cole rebounds, Yanks expose shaky Rays' D in 2-0 win

"The Yankees stretched their lead over the race to ten games by beating Tampa Bay to nothing The acts who have won 5 straight games scored the only runs of the game in the fourth inning off Corey Kluber taking advantage of two raised errors Isaiah kind of left a single score Giancarlo Stanton with a first run and the second scoring with Randy arose arena overthrew home play trying to throw out Stanton Kind of falafel had two hits in several outstanding defensive plays Different ways to be teams We can slug play defense and we can pitch so if one thing doesn't show up hopefully the other does and that's a good ball clubs do So we can keep it rolling in order to be very scary Garrett Cole bounced back from a 5 home routing to shout out the raise on 5 hits over 6 innings to raise his record to 6 and one Clay Holmes sealed it with his tenth save Tom Arian New York

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Arozarena shines against old team, Rays beat Cardinals 11-3

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Arozarena shines against old team, Rays beat Cardinals 11-3

"Randy arose arena had three hits and four RBIs as part of the raised 11 three pounding of the Cardinals Vidal brujon had three RBIs and G man Choi and Harold Ramirez drove in two runs a piece for Tampa Bay Tyler O'Neill hit a solo Homer in a two run single off Corey Kluber who was reached for three runs and 6 hits over 5 plus innings Jason Adams replaced Kluber and worked out of a two on no out jam in the 6th losing pitcher packing not and worked one time through the Tampa Bay lineup allowing four runs in 5 hits over an inning and a third The rays are 6 and one and interleague play this season I'm Dave

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Kluber, Cole duel, Rays end Yankees' 4-game winning streak

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Kluber, Cole duel, Rays end Yankees' 4-game winning streak

"The race scored in the late innings to bounce back and beat the Yankees three to one after two straight losses to them The angst grabbed a one zero lead just three batters into the game as Anthony Rizzo sacrifice fly played a DJ le mayhew But the raised Corey Kluber and three relievers shut out New York in just two hits the rest of the way Garrett Cole had a shutout going for New York with two out in the 6 but Tampa Bay scratched out a run to tie to one on Randy or rosarina single The race took the lead in the 7th and yandy Diaz's infield hit and another in the 8th of Manuel Margot single I'm Tom

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The Brutal Power of Teachers' Unions With Corey DeAngelis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

The Brutal Power of Teachers' Unions With Corey DeAngelis

"Talk to us about the role of the unions, how they behave, how they intimidate and also give us a fair picture of the teachers, not all of them want to be pro BLM neo marxists today. Yeah, you can be pro teacher and be anti teachers unions because the teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten often don't push for policies that benefit the great teachers that already exist in the public school and private school classrooms. You have Randy weingarten making over 9 times the average teacher salary in the U.S.. Right, because teachers about 50 grand. Yeah, 50 60 grand on average. Over 500. Owned $570,000. And if you look just at the trends over time, I mean, you've got to look at the data since 1970, per people education expenditures in the United States after adjusting for inflation increased by about a 152% in the U.S.. But average teacher salaries only increased by about 8% in real terms. So we're throwing more and more money into the system. It's going to the superintendents and administrative votes. They're associate deans of diversity in blah, blah, blah, right? And so that's good for teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten because that means more dues paying members. If you just paid the teachers better, especially the ones that are doing a good job, well, you don't get an additional dues paying member. And so that means less money for the teachers that are doing a good job, more money for the union bosses and union leadership. Another report by Ben schaffer at kennesaw state university looked between the years of 1992 and 2014 similarly finding nationwide an increase in about 27 per people education expenditures in real terms, whereas teacher salaries over that period actually dropped by 2% after adjusting for inflation. So again, he said the same thing that there's a staffing surge, they're putting more people into the buildings. We saw this with COVID as well. The latest budget numbers I've seen with Los Angeles public schools, they were planning to increase their perpetual education expenditures over the past couple of years by about 69%,

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Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers whether a woman can argue she legally killed the man under a law that absolves sex trafficking victims of their crimes prosecutors say crystal Kaiser shot Randy will Laura in the head that is good no show home and burned it down and stole his BMW in twenty eighteen she was seventeen Kaiser says she met him on a sex trafficking website and he sexually abused her and sold her to others her attorneys want to argue at trial because his actions were legal under the state law a lower court judge ruled immunity only includes trafficking related charges like restraining someone extortion or slave labor and extending that to a homicide would be absurd I'm Julie Walker

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Teachers Union Boss: We Can Unmask Kids When There's 'No Transmission in Schools'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Teachers Union Boss: We Can Unmask Kids When There's 'No Transmission in Schools'

"Future union boss Randy white garten said she'll only support unmasking children when there is zero COVID transmission. Or an 80% vaccination rate. So we're at 63% of the country vaccinated. Now, teacher union boss Randy white garten. She is a thug. She is a mobster. She's a cartel leader. Now, teachers can be wonderful. There's many wonderful teachers out there. Teacher unions are no different than the same sort of cartel gangs that are running drugs into our country. And I use that comparison totally and completely on purpose. The teacher unions have so significantly failed. Millions, tens of millions of people that have gone through the institutions that they run. Public sector teacher unions continue to pay bad teachers, awful teachers, regardless of their behavior, or of their lack of interest than actually educating children. Public sector teacher unions want the schools closed. And they want the kids masked. Everything that the teacher union does is that the bidding of the globalist Democrat party now teach your union boss Randy white who lives a life of luxury and convenience. She's getting increasingly worried that the homeschooling population has doubled in the last year. She's very worried that charter schools and private schools are growing. Randy white garten. She's probably top ten of the people that have done the most damage to America. Over the last decade.

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"randy" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"randy" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"Hopefully so you've got a website. Yeah, my website's WWW dot Randy searles, RA and DY, SUR, LES dot com. It's my editing website. I've edited 40 books now I've got written to try to tag that in the meeting. And I started out with I'll let it anything. And it's paid off in a more ways than one. I've done biographies and I've done helped a lot of military guys get their story out there. And I think letting veterans know the best way to tell their story is probably the solution to what I'm trying to do. Last year I just had like a I flipped and said, you know, I've been very fortunate and I have this editing business that's doing pretty well on this writing business. I should give back, what can I get back? What do I know? And so the two things that I know is how to combine these veteran and post retirement benefits and the other thing I know is how to write and how to write a better story. And so that's what I was trying to wrestle with this for the last two months. I've talked to some mentors of mine and trying to figure out the best way to attack this. And so this next year I'm planning on implementing that. That is still only what it looks like. All right, very cool. So we already know you're coming back next year. But before that, I do want to thank you for coming on the podcast because I could have sat here. We've already been going now for three hours, believe it or not. Are you serious? Yeah. And we could probably go another three hours of my life. Yeah. So yeah, you definitely got to come back because I think what you're talking about right now is an important topic around not just how being veterans tell their stories, which we had podcast around a book around the last 20 year war and a lot of the people talking about their transitional challenges and those types of things. But I think two the VA understanding that our life insurance, these are all critical things that we just don't spend enough time around. And so I'd love to have you come back in a hit on those topics. Sure. Especially after you've got everything all set up like you were talking about. I think it would be really cool. Yeah. No, I was thinking as a company here as like, should I mention this? It's not up yet. I don't know, but it's super important. That would be great because then people will listen to it and they're looking forward to it. Okay, cool. Definitely. Rainy, thanks so much again man. All the way from Romania. Somebody's gotta beat that, right? That's the new challenge. Yeah, distance challenge from internal, how far down Randy has top top billing. Top line zero. Well, you know, Russia gets through Ukraine. They get hit Romania. So I'll have to go somewhere else. I'm thinking about moving to creation though. It's freaking beautiful. Yugoslavia, when it split up, Croatia got the, that's what I've heard. Creation got it. They got the whole coast. It's a crazy, amazing. And it's not too expensive. Everyone speaks English. They still show movies in English. This is a pretty important thing. Too. But most of the other Western countries they double. Got emperors. Marvel's coming out with good movies. I'm sure. And maybe we'll go over there and do the podcast and Croatia. I'm voting. Deal. I'm voting for that. All right, I might not. You're invited. Appreciate it. Yeah, bye. All right, Randy..

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"randy" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

02:47 min | 5 months ago

"randy" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"Like the gas and enjoy what you're listening to, make sure you hit the subscribe, subscribe to us, but also go out there to Patreon dot com. You can search for the number four ML, whether it's on Patreon, social media or whatever, and you can follow us, but certainly on Patreon, you can support us. And we appreciate everybody who is already out there doing. So in our Patreon site. So our guests today is reindeer circles. And Randy, you came a long way in here. So maybe we start there with where is it that you came from? Yeah, flew in from Romania. Now, not very many people have come in from Romania to be on the I think it's the first one. It's got to be unless somebody didn't tell us. I mean, this is like the straight up hookup, right? It's very cold that you traveled that far. I mean, go all the way to you. I came to see my family. Stop by. Jeez, they're probably listening. You have to say that right. We'll edit that out. What are you doing in Romania? Yeah. Living? Okay. It's a pretty good cost of living down there, and I'm working remotely. So it's easy. And my girlfriend lives there. Okay. All the above? Nice, good reason. Yeah. What made you pick Romania? Have you been there before? She's Hungarian. She lives in Romania. Okay. It seemed like and also for anybody, any retired vets that are making retirement income of some sort. I mean, I guess that would include anyone who didn't retire, who gets a pretty good VHX. If you want to live in Europe, it's pretty simple. I applied in Romania, no problem. Hey, this is how much I make per month, 30 days later, they give me a green card for a year after we knew it every year. I applied for one year in France to be ten days. I called the embas, they bring this to the embassy. Give me your passport. We'll call you in a week. Come pick up your passport. You have a year Visa. So if you're interested in you have to do the residency, you have to do that every year for 6 or 7 years. And you have to learn the language in France. But pretty much any country down in Europe is as long as you're making above the minimum wage, which is about €1200, so maybe $5000 or something. Wow. You're good. That's awesome. Well, a lot of them have digital nomad visas now too. So if you're making your money online somehow, like you got a podcast or some kind of residual income. If you can prove it with through your tax records over a period of time, then you don't even have to pay their taxes or do anything there. You just pay taxes in the states. You're not taking a job from within the country for one of the citizens. You're not eating up their insurance because you're on track here, for instance. So you have your own insurance. And you live your life down there and you have to renew it every year or 6 months depending on the country and wow. I had no idea. Now, as far as the trike here, how are you working that in with the insurance and stuff? I mean,.

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U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant: Gary Gordon and Randy Shughart Were Deserving of a Medal of Honor

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 6 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant: Gary Gordon and Randy Shughart Were Deserving of a Medal of Honor

"When I was an instructor at our academy I'd see a lot of the students sometimes at the end of a hard PT session You know you'd hear the moment and grown and you were in the military You know what I'm talking about Oh another lap whatever we got to do More kettlebells And I would sit them down on this little exercise kind of mat thing we had outside And I'd say guys listen I want to tell you a story And I would tell them the story of Gary Gordon and Randy shughart the two Delta snipers that saved your life And how they had to ask three times three times to go down and save your broken back broken legs You know they could have easily taken the first answer as no Mike and said you know what I did my best tried to save his life but they were walking Michael Durant into sure death They had to know that And they did it anyway And you know what Those agent treaties would get up and be like I got another lap in me like my life isn't so hard Having lived it their memories must mean the world to you Well you're absolutely right And I often question I mean I was committed to my comrades as anyone else out there on the battlefield that day But I question whether or not I would have had the fortitude in the will and the courage to essentially as you described it insist on being dropped off because initially they were told no And they realized that without taking action we were gone And my life is proof that in the end they were correct And they were absolutely deserving of the middle of honor and there's no way I could never be paid Yeah Well I was talking to Mike durand candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama I think it's noble you to say that I think we all say that Would we have had we have had the strength and the courage to do the same thing That's fair I mean we all you can never know that until you're in that situation

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U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 6 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience

"Me You've probably told this story probably 10,000 times But it is a really incredible harrowing story of what the Gary Gordon and Randy shughart and you went through in that really dreadful day in Mogadishu Can you just give us kind of the rundown of what you went through I mean it's really incredible story Sure I'd be happy to I was in doth in last week by the way and I'm surprised I didn't run across your uncle but if I go back down there I'll have to track him down And then all the folks there said the same thing They loved it there and it's where the flight school is for the army for Rutgers right close to there So very familiar with that area So back to your question It's been portrayed in the movie Blackhawk down the book by cart down I have my own New York Times Best Seller that I wrote that really fills in a lot of the gaps That down didn't cover But in essence this was a special ops mission all the usual suspects delta four SEAL Team 6 my unit the one 60th army rangers We're going in there to capture We were supposed to capture a list of 50 And these were terrorists They were actually connected to Al-Qaeda in 93 no one had even heard of Al-Qaeda but we found out after the fact that Al-Qaeda was involved So arguably it's the first time we sort of went head to head with Al-Qaeda Regardless we're performing these operations We've done 6 They've all gone really well Captured a little over half of the people that we were supposed to capture including the number two guy And the problem is that you're going to be adapts just like everything else in life You can't run the ball up the middle a hundred times The defense is going to do better on the 20th time So the fact that we had done the mission that number of times really reduced our probability of success and I think contributed greatly to the fact that the smallies were better prepared for us on October 3rd Day mission worst part of town all the bad guys are there Just the risk factors were

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Life Expectancy Averaged Higher in Florida During Pandemic

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Life Expectancy Averaged Higher in Florida During Pandemic

"My governor Ron DeSantis his pandemic policies have provably saved lives Saved lives Yes you can go on CNN and you can find right now that even today you had Miami Beach's mayor who was talking about how Randy Santos is death scientist and his policies lead to more cases more people died in everything else but they're remained two sides of stories on one side of facts and there is really bad news For all the death Santa's people out there You've lied because many fewer 40s have died prematurely during this pandemic It's a fact See despite Florida having the country's largest senior population thus being among the oldest states in the country for its life expectancy during the pandemic did you know that at far exceeds the national average Yes Florida's life expectancy during the pandemic far exceeds the national average

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Randy E. Barnett Explains the Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Randy E. Barnett Explains the Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment

"The original meeting of the Fourteenth Amendment tell us a thumbnail sketch What's in the Fourteenth Amendment And what did the drafters intend Right Well after the Civil War the Republicans in Congress prohibited slavery in the Thirteenth Amendment and they had every reason to believe that once slavery was abolished then the freed men and the Republican allies in the south would be able to go about their business But that of course is not what happened What happened instead was the imposition on African Americans of the black codes which were discriminatory set of laws that basically reduced our freed men to something close to slavery as close to slavery as they could get And white Republicans in the south were also being put upon by militiamen and other armed terrorists and everybody there especially African Americans were the subject of massacres and other sorts of abuses And so in response to this white supremacy this movement is organized terrorism on behalf of white supremacy The Republicans and Congress did a lot to fight back They passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866 which protected fundamental rights but it was vetoed by president Johnson who said they didn't have the authority to pass it Most Republicans thought they did They overwhelmingly approved it over the retail But just to be sure and to make sure that the law wouldn't be repealed when the Democrats came back they enacted the Fourteenth Amendment So the Fourteenth Amendment goes beyond the Thirteenth Amendment to protect the fundamental rights of each and every one of us as citizens of the United States from being abused by our government So every time the members of your audience have heard about a First Amendment challenge to the states or a Second Amendment challenge to the states they are really actually hearing about a Fourteenth Amendment challenge as you know Mark Although they're doing the challenges are happening under the wrong

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Randy E. Barnett Analyzes the Modern Use of the 14th Amendment

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Randy E. Barnett Analyzes the Modern Use of the 14th Amendment

"What has happened to the Fourteenth Amendment Anything Well the court has used it for good purposes eventually They got around to enforcing most all the rights that are in the first ten events we call the Bill of Rights against the state Only most recently they did the excessive fines clause but it wasn't until 2010 that the right to keep their arms was applied to the states via the Fourteenth Amendment So that's all good The problem is that they've limited themselves to rights that are in the text of the amendment of the first ten amendments So for example during this whole COVID thing if a COVID regulation restricted the free exercise of religion then the courts would step in But if it just restricted your right to pursue an occupation the right to earn a living which I would think is every bit as fundamental as the free exercise of religion Yeah the right thing They wouldn't step in The right to eat the right to work These are not considered to be protected rights as privileges or immunities of citizens as they should be as they were At the time the Fourteenth Amendment was enacted The right to pursue a lawful occupation was considered a fundamental right As is the right to raise your own children If you limit the protection of rights simply to the ones that happen to be listed in the first 8 amendments you don't include the right to pursue an occupation to support yourself You don't include the rights to raise your own children as you see fit These are fundamental rights that have long been enjoyed by citizens of the United States and which the court should protect against unreasonable regulation It doesn't mean that legislatures can't reasonably regulate in all of these areas including the First Amendment in the Second Amendment but it does mean that when they do that courts need to look at it skeptically which they did during COVID with respect to free exercise but they did not with respect to every other aspect of how the COVID regulations have affected our

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Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 8 months ago

Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

"So some parents are saying that they are dissatisfied. They are angry at what's happening at the local school district. For good reason. In response, we see the American federation of teachers and Randy white gardens say that parents have no role in their kids education. In the ideal doctor Arne, what is the parent's role in education? Well, they're partners in it. And the ideal situation, I mean, first of all, parents are in the same position as teachers, by the way. You know, I'm I have four children and now I have grandchild that I have another one on the way. The grand grandchild is the most important being on earth. And my wife and I are going to help her parents raise her. But that doesn't mean we're going to make anything out of her. We're going to help her be what by nature she is born to be. And she is going to do it. And, you know, she's 11 months old. You can already see her working on that. So parents are like teachers. Now, what should happen is the parents join with the teachers. They should be involved. And, you know, at any partnership, you know, the word college, by the way, means partnership. And parents are in the partnership. And you have to agree the terms of the partnership. But if you do, then you can cooperate. You're all trying to get the same thing done. I noticed about homeschools, by the way that very encouraging thing. Homeschooling itself is very good and it's growing very fast now because this point you make that people are sick of the schools. A great exciting thing is co ops. Parents get together and pool their resources and their children, and they teach them. Take turns, hire somebody sometimes, right? In other words, they're building a school. And a school is a natural thing. You schools are as old as Plato's academy or

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"randy" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas

I am Northwest Arkansas

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"randy" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas

"Another episode of I am northwest Arkansas. I'm your host Randy wilburn. And I've got a special episode for you today. I'm actually going to just do a monologue. It's not something that I've done recently. It's been a minute and from time to time I get requests from people that say, hey, you know, I've loved those monologues that you've done in the past would love to hear another one, and so I decided to do a monologue today for today's episode. And so excited to be with you today and don't have a guest on the studio or I'm not at a location that I normally go to to record an episode. So this is just me. And I wanted to talk about a couple of things that I've been up to, some things that are happening with the podcast, and just life in general, and I just thought it would be cool to share what's going on. So here goes nothing. First of all, I wanted to thank everybody that has been supporting I am northwest Arkansas from the bottom of my heart. People reach out both near and far. We have a lot of listeners that are outside of the region of northwest Arkansas that listen to the podcast. People that either know me or maybe considering coming here and they stumbled upon the podcast and their research on northwest Arkansas. And then we have a lot of people that live here locally. And they really appreciate what we have been able to share from a storytelling perspective from an informational perspective and just just know that when I get those emails from you when I get those calls from you, messages when people shout me out on or shout us out on social media. We really, really appreciate it. And I just wanted to let you know from the bottom of my heart, how much you guys mean to me how much every listener of this podcast means to me and we're going to continue to keep this going. And I hope to make you proud as proud as I can make you, right? When listening to a podcast, because I don't know that you listen to a podcast on a regular basis and like, wow, I feel proud because I'm listening to that podcast. But I would hope you feel what feel proud for this one reason. One is we're highlighting all of the good things that are happening in northwest Arkansas. And don't get me wrong, I understand. There are bad things that happen in northwest Arkansas. Just like their bad things that happen in other places. Maybe we just don't have our fair share of a lot of bad stuff. Like it happens in a lot of major cities. And, you know, frankly, that could change as time moves on and as we get more people commuting and relocating to this area. So, you know, we'll have to see, but I'd like to think that the nature of people here in northwest Arkansas is special. And I'd like to think that as people come to northwest Arkansas, they recognize that, and that even maybe softens them, right? It softens the edges, if you will, of people when they come to a place like northwest Arkansas and see how beautiful it is and take in the people and see how friendly they are. These are all things that I just I really was not fully aware of..

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"randy" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"randy" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

"Your years old or zep per particular like you're going in for new processes and get the final took eight to ten. That's what i'm thinking. She meant. And i said i will make sure i talked to randy about that. I gave her my two cents. And i just told her what my journey was. Yeah because again. I can't speak to everyone's journey. But i can tell you what i've done and i've never had more than one sitting. I've had one so. I think it. Why would that have you heard that. Yeah i mean. I think it depends on the on the particular individual you know. I don't know Her her circumstances with their residual lamar she might have some things going on. I don't they're scarring. You know there could be a lotta Or there could be a you know. Massive atrophy in the residual limb where she's having volume reduction in the residual just keeps shrinking aims. You know sometimes it takes a little longer. I don't know that i've done that many check sockets but that doesn't i don't want to say that it's wrong. You know you. And i think that people will people don't get is like you are really good right at the beginning like our turnover rate from Like casting test socket and socket was like with. You did it within a but as i got more into the community people are like i'm still waiting on. It's been three months. And i'm going so by the time three months i had lost more weight. There's no way that they got me fitted for would even fit in so. I wondered if that might be there even with our two week timeframe i was worried i wouldn't fit into it still. Yes so you used to do that. But i don't do that much anymore. Just because of the The security of test socket is It's not as strong as a laminated socket. And they can break. Yeah album in sightseeing it..

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"randy" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"randy" Discussed on Be-YOU-tiful Adaptive Warrior

"Today. I'm excited to have back on the show. Once again my process randy west from the limb center here in phoenix. Hey randy welcome back to the show. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. Yeah.

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"randy" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"randy" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

"Hey thanks for tuning in this episode. You really shouldn't have just a quick warning to say. The following episode does contain some strong language which some listeners may find offensive. Thanks and enjoy the episode. Hello and welcome to. You really shouldn't have with me. James warrick the podcast way. Each week i sit down with a different guest as we discussed their career rapid story on the worst gave they've ever been given joining me then on. This week's episode is musician and composer randy element offer a successful solo career which included a uk. Top thirty in one thousand nine hundred seventy five with uptown. Uptempo women randy use for some of the biggest artists in the world including barry manilow the carpenters alleviating john shirley bassey ten in just a few alongside all of that. He's also scored. Some of the biggest films have lost thirty years including ghostbusters to the mosque and kindergarten. Cop he's still by to discuss his incredible career with me and of course he let me on the worst gift he's ever been given randy.

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"randy" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

07:45 min | 11 months ago

"randy" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

"Dead randy randy. Welcome to the courage casts. Thanks eric i appreciate get to be here. The tv show is about carol. Not rick s right. That's the secret that is nobody knew. But it's really true. Carol lead character. So i got death threats when i i have not watched since season eight whenever ricky was left the show left to. Yeah whenever he left. That was the last. I watched it. And i actually did a good by podcast with james and that's right i remember that. Yeah were you on. That die listened right. Yeah okay all right well anyway randy. That was a long time ago. We've met you've been our conventions you've run some wonderful nonprofit work through saint jude's with us when we we had you doing that and worked with you on that but you're working on some really creative projects it's something i've been following from you for a long time. We stayed in touch. You miss honestly like what people don't know is anyone who reaches out to me. I'm generally gonna stay friendly with and you've been one of the few remaining of all the people that have come to walker stocker khan and an interaction with your actually somebody that talks to me still and if people talk to me i will talk to them like. I'm not anti abortion. Be shy you know. You have a lot to offer. And and it's been great following your journey post walker stock or con. It's in some things. We'll talk about here. Today is a cast. In a lot of the information you share through courage cast as far as being entrepreneurial and business wise i can relate to and especially with the things that i've been trying to launch since then and it really hits home and keeps in a lot of times it keeps me going through tough times and yeah so i appreciate it anytime. I can have somebody that listens to the podcast on. I love it as well. So let's talk about this so you wrote initially was going to be one comic book. i think. Correct for me but but it's now become a three part comic book and i think i have all three in my hands right here right. You're do yes. That's the complete edition that's d. Decay is what it's called and you can look it up. You can find it if you look decay fortunato where where can we find a. It's on amazon. Right is on amazon officially asked initially as a test run when we did the first two books. We tried using blurb publishing but that was one too expensive talk about lessons. Learned too expensive and blurb. Did not do any marketing for books like this. They seem to push their photography books. A lot more so it kind of i mean it was a good test not good to see the final product in hand. But you know. I wanted the move to amazon was so that we could keep the cost down to entice folks to to try it out. You know it's an independent. My name is probably known more regionally than nationally so to get someone to buy the book and read it. You kind of have to make it fair if you know. No one should have to pay fifty dollars per book from someone. They've never heard before you know so. Yeah well the thing. I love your pioneering spirit and the fact that you did this that it's out and it will always be available is tremendous like most people. Don't get to this point. Most people quit or give up and it is a really really well done comic book bank. You not not. Only because i appear in it in a you are at yes but the fact that i'm looking at the picture now it's so funny. The these pictures I love how around my faces but it's good. It's really good in january. It is it is. It's very very kind of you. I'll always treasure this annual hero. Actually you know. It's all tell the readers a little bit sure while the save your character u. n. Actually james or in it You're not as adults your as like high school students who liked to attend conventions and in the in the beginning of the story. We introduce you just like on a news. A news piece sand actually on the side of a milk carton box. You know. it's the both of you have gone missing and and it turns out that the both you had become victims of some evil scientist type of things you know. Some experiments medical experiments and So you've become mutated and not to give too much away but at one point the both of you save the heroine of the story and protector. Which ben comes back later on in book three but Yeah that's good stuff you know. So it's a sci fi horror zombie themed. It is yes. The one of the driving influences for the story was the the rumor of the show that we're just talking about walking dead. Was that one of the major networks. Wanted to run the show but without less horror. More dramatic yet And then they ended up on. Amc and the rest is history so that was one of the challenges i use to write. The story was can't be done. Can a horror story sci fi horror story be written where the hard part is more of a a vehicle than a primary the story right also. What's unique about this story is that it's not about surviving. The the end of the world or survival post incident. This story goes into the trigger. What actually happens to cause at all. And i don't know if that's something that's taboo genre because it's very rarely done you very rarely see a full explanation of how it all falls park. But i. that's what i did. And i apologize to any fans of the genre that may be upset by that or turned off by that. But it's a multilayer story. The word decay isn't just about the decay of society or the decay of the the infected. It's also about the decay of the Domain family the main characters decay of the the father's life the takeo the sun and the daughter's life and how choices really can cause we're talking about that before Recording choices you make can cause a domino effect that goes out like ripple could throw a rock and a water in a ripple effect in. that's really what decay is all about. There's an underlying moral moral.

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"randy" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"randy" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

"Yeah yeah this is one of those rare cases where i remember in two thousand eight. A lot of people shifted. Once the financial crash happened. That was a pretty big shifting point a member for that two thousand one september eleventh was kind of a big shifting point for people and exactly like twenty twenty and twenty really twenty twenty one. We're still in it. We're still in it. In many ways. The shifting of the sands and seeing those as opportunities and really maximizing what those opportunities give you. And you've really done that with this project and you'll always remember this as a time when you were able to finally make that shift and believe in what is possible and look at those roadblocks as really as opportunities to springboard you forward. Yes what really liked about what you're saying. Is you were able to shift. You're thinking to. How can i make this a reality. Yes exactly because it's not the end of the world doesn't work out right yes. He had the lofty. I had the lofty goal but it was also more important for me to share the story with people and it was more important for me to get it done and you know from here. When i'm going to start doing is now that the books are published. I have something tangible. I'm going to go to animation studios and tried to do a pitch. And then see if i can take it up to the next level an animated film and to the fans who have have read the book in have all three books and enjoy. There's actually a whole section of story we didn't get to a so. There is more story and i hope to that. Part of the unreleased parlor story will go into the animated film. So that's kind of if. I wanna release this. It needs to come to a film. Yeah i'm already prepared for the rejections and the non call backs and yeah and but that's part of the whole thing in and then eventually hopefully everything will fall into place again and we'll get it done and it may be a straight to dvd or straight to streaming situation. That's okay but thanks. So now. I can try to go up to the next level. Nc where can go. Yes and that's for every artist. It's it may be more important to just get something out even if it's different medium you've ever worked in or something that's not in your comfort zone because this certainly wasn't in my comfort zone and and drove me mad sometimes in some common. Everybody is getting out of your comfort zone. That's the whole point of courage. Cast in courageous community is helping people to see that on the other side of uncomfortable is usually something very good success. Yeah i would consider this a success absolutely while i'm super prouty randy This was good time that we got you on here. And we're going to be following the future of decay and where that goes possibly in movie form streaming form however you need to keep me updated and will continue to celebrate the.

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"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"This episode is brought to you by grove. Collaborative it's great to use natural products. Because they're better for you your family your home and the planet but when it comes time to shop most stores don't have a wide selection of natural products to choose from. That's where growth comes in they carry the highest quality nontoxic and sustainably sourced items. You need. I'm talking personal care. Items clean beauty products pet supplies and household goods. All from respected brands. Like mrs myers. Seventh generation method birt's bees as well as groves own line of bestselling products. It doesn't make sense to drive all over town in an effort to be green us grove the online marketplace. And have everything delivered straight to your door. You'll get the best natural products without sacrificing performance or breaking the bank for a limited time when listeners go to grove dot co slash cereal you can choose a free starter set with your first order of twenty nine dollars or more. Plus shipping is fast and free. That's grove dot co slash cereal. Now back to the story in the midst of his nineteen eighty string of robberies. Up and down the i five thirty year. Old randy woodfield fell in love. He was in a bar in eugene oregon on december thirtieth when he met twenty one year old shelley jensen showy was a beautiful university students and she responded well when randy came on strong on that very first night he even brought up starting a family together and she didn't think it was too soon on the contrary she believed she found someone who shared her values. The relationship blossomed and randy loved. How much shall we cared for him. He even agreed to waiting to have sex. Though we had no issues with oral sex key also had no issues sleeping with other women at this time not that his new girlfriend knew that eventually shelley returned to new mexico for school unsurprisingly randy called almost every day and sent letters which was relief to shelley who might have feared the distance with spell the end for their burgeoning relationship however a long distance relationship was no trouble for randy after all he'd been writing to and calling dozens of other women for years. So what was a little time apart from shelly. Without shelley around randy immediately returned to his old habits within the first two weeks of january he robbed three stores shooting one attendant at the shoulder and forcing another to remove her blouse. Just like before randy spread out these hits along interstate five and the we seem to genuinely love. The i five. There may have been a more practical reason. He used the highway in two thousand fifteen researchers at saint. Mary's university of minnesota studied the geographical habits of serial killers and found that typically offenders learned to spread out their attacks once they were more experienced and established. It's possible that randy new distancing his crimes would place them in various jurisdictions by spreading his crimes out. He was also minimizing the chance that investigators would notice any patterns. Those patterns became even harder to spot when randy switched up as usual. Mo on january fourteenth nineteen eighty-one. Randy watched takhar leave a house. In corvallis oregon. Sure he found an easy target. He walked up to the house and knocked on the front door. A little girl. Ten year old mary sue green answered. The door and randy invited himself inside explaining that his car had broken down and he needed to call for help. Of course this was a lie. Once he wasn't side randy sexually assaulted mary sue and her eight year old sister at gunpoint then left before their mother returned crucially. He left both girls alive. This attack marked a distinct change in randy's pattern while he usually preferred younger women he rarely targeted children. But this shift suggests we can classify randy as a power or control oriented killer typically. These attackers aren't sexually motivated but rely on sexual acts to make their victim feel helpless. It's possible that all randy wanted was to dominate. His victims and two small girls were an easy target. But it still wasn't enough just four days later on january eighteenth randy was on the i five just outside of salem oregon while driving he spotted two women inside the transamerica title building. Beth wilmot and sherry hull both twenty clean building every sunday and were there alone. After seeing the women randy pulled off the i five and parked his car a mile away. He ran to transamerica's parking lot and watched the girls get ready to leave. They were almost done. And we're getting ready to go home but randy knew. They wouldn't be going anywhere as sherry went outside to her car. Randy stepped out of the shadows holding his gun. He cut her off and brought her back inside then. He led both women into a back room where he sexually assaulted them for about twenty minutes only when he was satisfied. Did randy realize he didn't have anything to tie up his victims so they couldn't sound the alarm when he left. Beth said they wouldn't tell anyone but randy didn't believe her. He needed to silence them. She shot both of them in the head then fled sprinting. Back to his car sherry died from her wounds. Beth somehow survived her injuries. Not only was beth alive but the bullet that narrowly missed beth's brain provided key evidence for the police. Detective dave comex from the marion county sheriff's department took on the case. It was clear early on that it was going to be a difficult investigation. Luckily beth was a useful. I with this. She could describe. Randy's large build handsome features brown hair and the curious tape over his nose armed with a composite. Sketch and bullets from randy's gone detective. Comex distributed information to other police departments in the area hoping similar crimes might help him find the killer and while investigators spread their net wide. Randy was blissfully unaware that beth had survived and that she was a danger to him. Besides he had plans of his own to attend on january thirtieth. He met up with his girlfriend. Shelly in san francisco. The besotted couple had a romantic weekend together. And when it was over randy proposed they'd only known each other for a month but shelly was sure of her feelings. She immediately said yes. Perhaps eager to share the happy news. Randy planned visit his sister in shasta county california on his way home but when he called his sister to check in and confirm their plans together. She told him that her husband didn't want randy in their home. It seems as brother-in-law had a bad feeling about randy and didn't want him around as we mentioned earlier randy likely targeted victims. Who reminded him of the women in his life especially the ones he felt had rejected him in some way and now here was his sister casting him aside. Despite this revelation randy's still headed for shasta county but on february third. Instead of driving to his sister's house he stopped in nearby reading. The town was the perfect place for randy to vent his fury. He's rage needed an outlet so he didn't waste time before stopping at a fast food restaurant. He held the employees at gunpoint and grabbed what cash he could then sexually assaulted an eighteen year old cashier before fleeing into the night. But it wasn't enough for anti after that he drove into a residential area and broke into the home of the eckerd family inside. He cornered thirty-seven-year-old donald lee under fourteen year. Old daughter janelle and force them into a bedroom. He bound donna. Lee then turned his attention to janelle. He forced her to strip then shot her several times in the head. While her mother watched he then killed. Donna lee in the same.

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"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Once more one friend of particular sherry heirs who randy had known since alimentary school wanted to keep in touch over the next year. The pair got closer. Though just as friends sherry a fiance and randy respected her boundaries. For her part. It didn't seem like sherry cared about. Randy's past she was just happy to reconnect with an old friend but she likely had no idea. His sinister urges were a powder keg just waiting for a spark. She never suspected that he was dangerous in any way but he was though he'd kept his impulses in check since he left prison. Randy couldn't control himself forever but it seems that by early. October nineteen eighty. He was set to explode only now exposing himself to women wasn't going to be enough of a release that month. Randy went to see sherry at her home. It seemed like one of their usual friendly visits a repeat of their countless hangouts from the last year. But it wasn't. It's hard to say what happened for sure. But it's been speculated that something made randy snap and sherry was just unlucky enough to be there at the time. Whatever spark the violence the outcome was the same. He beat and sexually assaulted his friend in her own home after he was done he led out a long breath. It seems he'd found a satisfying outlet for his frustration and rage. Murder and randy had a lot of anger to get out. His story was just beginning. Thanks again for tuning into serial killers. We'll be back soon with partout on randy. Woodfield will watch his transformation into the fearsome. I five killer. One of america's most prolific serial murderers for more information on randy woodfield amongst the many sources we used we found the i.

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"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Seventy three twenty-three-year-old randy woodfield was sentenced to almost six months in jail for indecent exposure resisting arrest and an attempt to allude arrest. But for some reason he never served his time. The specifics are unclear but instead of going to prison. The promising athlete ended up with a year's probation. Which meant he was allowed to remain. Free with some court ordered supervision. This left able to return to portland. State university's football team where he played as a wide receiver. Having once again avoided punishment for his crimes brandy was free to shine on the college. Stage his speed and coordination on the field were excellent which attracted the attention of nfl scouts. The green bay packers took a particular interest in randy so a year later he dropped out of college to enter the nineteen seventy four. Nfl draft at on february twentieth. Nineteen seventy-four randy. Signed with the team. At last his years long dream had come true. He was officially an nfl player. But despite this new high profile job he's still continued as dark habits just two days after we signed with the packers randy returned to his old habits and spent an evening exposing himself to women relishing..

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"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"randy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"To feel power over someone else when he spotted a woman walking alone. He knew what he wanted to do. He approached the woman opened his pants and flashed his erect penis to her once. Randy registered the shock and horror on the woman's face. He sprinted away only to repeat the act several times that evening then over the next few months he did it again and again randy had found a thrill in this exhibitionism according to psychologists dr darryl turner. Many exhibitionist men. Find the act to be sexually arousing but beyond that. The behavior is a warped attempted. Regaining power and control exposing one's genitals to others without consent victimizes those on the receiving end making them feel helpless. And that's what randy likely enjoyed about his disturbing new habit while he felt stifled by his mother and sisters. He felt like a true man when he was on the football field and when he was exposing himself to strangers that is until someone finally reported randy to the police. The cops caught him but because he came from a good family and had no prior offenses on his record. They let him off the hook. This early experience likely taught randy that as long as people saw him as the golden boy he could always get away with just about anything even with the cops in nineteen sixty four fourteen year. Old randy kerry bet lesson with them to high school where he thrived in every aspect of his life..

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"randy" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"randy" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"As we set up record this. I'm thinking about dan. Mclaughlin carter abroad death. Scoops of data amac dot com. And when we talked about the rams early on about their exit in why he was so dang upset about it. He said to me the day they moved one of his kids. One of his sons was a big football fan. Nfl fan was crying about it and dance. And at that point i got pissed off and he started re tweeting. The old tweets from kevin dem off which turned out to be lies. Shockingly which leads us to this kilcoyne conversation with randi character from one one. Espn in saint. Louis who has done a lot of we'll call it reporting pulling out some of the nuggets from this lawsuit. The saint louis city and county have with the nfl with the rams. There's been some news this week and a lot of this is from discovery. Things that the saint louis legal team was able to obtain from the nfl. And from the rams. And it's fascinating. What i would call. I guess the level of randy calls at arrogance. Where i think they thought they could just do whatever they want it and the nfl for years sort of liked it. They do whatever they want. And they get away with it but this time they might have to pay in the millions and potentially hundreds of millions of dollars towards the city the county the region. And we'll seat still playing out in the courts. I think january is the court date. But there've been a lot of updates of late. I thought we check in with randi. Who is not only following this closely but is a passionate saint louis. Football fan and The reason i brought up. Danny mac is. I'm sitting here recording this kilcoyne home studios Carson is alongside. Who did go to football game with his brother sheldon in two thousand fifteen and i said you better go because they might be gone so danny mak said the reason he was so upset was because of its kids. He didn't care about the rams but his kids did. So carson kilcoyne is alongside on this broadcast. An unpaid appearance did make pj. So that counts. your thoughts on the rams no longer being in saint louis. How has this affected your life matter. I actually liked the rams upset about it. Do you miss going to games on sunday. You should make them pay for leaving. What are what are your friend. Do they care about football and who they like other teams. Don't they teams like my friend. Paul he likes the packers. He doesn't care about some of these like old teams that we had like any sport is like my friends really. Don't care about like old teams. Are we had in any sport so if we were going to go to a football game where would you wanna go pretty good green based on. You've been you've been by lambofield. That's a real franchise. Let me tell you the packers. Okay so are you over it over over it halfway. He's halfway on it okay. 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Three six three zero five two five three six three zero five to get that estimate call rich galati whether it's the chimney the garage the entire home so many great brick buildings in the saint louis area. Make sure you get the best in the bricks when we're talking about tuck pointing waterproofing foundation repair g. Tuck pointing dot com. Find out more or call them at three six three zero five to five. Get that estimate. Make your bricks. They the best in the bricks you can do that with b g tuck point five. Let's get to this conversation all about the lawsuit between saint louis the rams and the nfl and some of the recent twists and turns how things are looking up and are there any potential potholes and things that could go against saint louis. We'll talk it over right now with randy character randy. I wanna start at the beginning. Which is when the lawsuit was filed. Did you have any hopes that it would go. And i mean it felt good when they filed the lawsuit. I thought but i honestly had this suspicion. We'll just won't go anywhere. It was interesting. Because i talked to some of the attorneys before the lawsuit was filed. And there was. I thought some trepidation in even filing the lawsuit but once i saw the actual paper when i when i saw was written on the paper i saw this makes sense. And i'm not a lawyer. I i have no idea but i thought well if this is the law and this is what the nfl did and the law. The you can't lie to get out of a business deal and they clearly did lie. I thought maybe they had a chance. I think when i read. They were suing for lost revenue. I thought well that doesn't matter teams move. Of course you're going to lose revenue if you focus on the deception and i guess that's kind of where we've got now and you did a lot of reporting on this. Tell us about. Maybe what you consider the most surprising revelation whether email phone call for me. I think it's just how flippant they were. The the arrogance is a thing and the the one aspect of this. That shocked me. Was that maybe. This is a roger. Goodell thing but they had that phone call with goodell cranky rooney. The late owner of the steelers and john maher the owner of the giants where cranky says in two thousand thirteen. I'm going to buy two parcels of land in l. a. and i'm going to build a stadium on it. They had a lawyer on the call and the lawyer was taking note. This is part of the discovery process. This is something that the nfl gave to the saint. Louis.

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"randy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"randy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Well talking about racing and handicapping and and playing the races. Whatever we've got out there to keep us occupied I think has been a huge really a huge outlet for people and then of course there's the matter of a lot of sign ups at the Ad Ws and really you know got new is on the game that we we saw the you see those stats yesterday. The compared to last year's coverage up to one hundred percent In terms of viewership. Where we're at right now. In horse racing is so odd. The racing post in London on the front page of the Racing Post in London is a basically a video primer on how to handicap will rogers downs out. Ever ever see that in the future. But that's where we're at right now. I Love Randy Moss. Everybody Randy Underscore Moss underscored TV twitter. You know where to find him Whether it's equestrian NFL and NBC and very frequently with his entry mate. Jerry Bailey Randy. Thank you for this appreciate care. Randy Moss outstanding. Let's take a break top of the hour upon us and we'll talk about those conditions with Randy's buyer associate associate Knick knacks the races.

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"randy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"randy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Different sets of numbers and that happened actually at Oaklawn Park. This meeting it's happened quite a bit that you had to make different. Variants for sprints in rows. But that's in a nutshell. That's the that's the beyer speed figure projection method for making numbers. I appreciate it and it's always worthwhile to have the conversation and there's you know there's always people that are hearing it for the first time and of course for those that have never read and these and these book and picking winners and all of that these books the methodology and the way he arrived at the formula in it. It's all it's all there and in fact we've got a wonderful conversation with Andy from the fortieth anniversary of Picking winners and He he discusses it aside. I I knew that Saturday was a was a a very useful template for this kind of a discussion and from a handicapping Perspective Randy to spend a couple of minutes Before we wrap up I brought up this morning. As part of the today's homeowner pick five force out how how interesting it is looking at their conditions. And you know we're looking at a racetrack sure. A lot of people are looking at a racetrack like will rogers like fodder for the first time. Essentially and there's some real nuts and bolts handicapping in terms of class nuance when you look at these. Low level climbers and what is really a seat track. We understand that and here again i. It's it's to basically two three configuration in terms of distance. Six six and a half a sometimes a little shorter but There's real consistency to the racing. It's a bull ring but reading the conditions and it got me to thinking about asking because I got all handicapping guests that how long it took you and and you talk about being thirteen years old. The the nuts and bolts The the the the time Ainsley the way Ainsley broke it out You know in in in guide to Essential Guy Day capping and I think we all in era we we kind of think those those conditions the conditions we kind of originally. If if you're of a certain age you grew up with that. We don't really have that but looking at the fodder raises. I've really I've really felt like it's it's the nuance of conditions. And I'd love for you to speak to that. And and how a fledgling player we got so many people randy that are looking at racing for the first time given how little live sports is out there and this is one this is the most basic basic. There is understanding the conditions. Or.

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"randy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"randy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Realized Oh boy there's his mom and so there you are I I come from a long line of Horseplay degenerates basically. I guess you could say Steve. So from my My parents do my. My father always told me you know he taught. He taught me how to read the racing for him. He said I taught you everything you know but not everything I know and my uncle both uncles I mean I was there all crazy about the worst. Were well people need to see it? it's really A winning five minutes six minutes. Whatever it is it well done. And we'll actually. Let's let's use that as a segue into figure making and I've got some other things I want. Ask on the back end. But you know we're being treated randy to these Saturdays at oaklawn and not that Gulfstream and Tampa's Saturday action is engaging. It's fine but you know the the prime part of their winters is over but to have a day like Saturday where everybody is just eager for for some quality to have that apple blossom and then to have a horse like whitmore. It was a tree. Oh and then you have break even in an allowance race you know writing between the Count Fleet in the apple blossom you know and then you get Desmond winning an allowance race right before that You know I've I've been around Oakland. Obviously a very very long time and I was actually handicapping.

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"randy" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"randy" Discussed on KDOW

"Randy it still remains strong the twenty twenty it is still in terms of the economy itself we have a very strong consumer sector well sure still strong the consumer has never been stronger the consumer has never recovered from the two thousand eight crash their jobs remember right at that two thousand eight crash was outsourced if a person has sixty thousand dollar job he lost the sixty thousand dollar job now is working for thirty eight or forty thousand dollars there's never been a recovery as I said this stock market crash we see right now is a continuation of the two thousand eight crash it just wished all through quantitative easing stock buybacks it was a trick we manipulated the market financial engineering central central ga engineering giant call it so everyone's asking out about goals you consummate I wish the future you listen to him over the weekend these so called experts who never called or not once ever said this crash was coming there for ever they felt that this market is going to continue to go up keep climbing that call that that wall of worry they kept building that wall higher and higher and higher they had so much confidence that no matter what the news watch no matter how bad the earnings were any earnings were terrible not to worry the fed would be there to bail us out all the time there was never a recovery the proof that there was never a recovery after two thousand eight and we had a big stock market for two thousand eight right to two thousand twenty it was all propped up the proof was that's how trump got elected how trump got elected is because the middle of America they don't feel this great recovery they didn't feel it that's why they they felt they were left out they saw the market going up what they were doing better they were connected to the market that's how trump was elected a member trump is going to stop all this so there's the pro that we never had a recovery and this is the continuation of the stock market crash of two thousand eight through all the tricks the quantitative easing you know when they raise rates the river that they raise rates and we have the crash in two thousand seventeen December two thousand seventeen remember through never they push rates up for December two thousand seventeen through December December two thousand eighteen never Trumpers fight net he kept fighting one Apollo knock those rates down but they push them up the reason that Powell's pushing rates up because the economy is so bad internally he felt he didn't want to get into a position where he's got a bill the banks up as there was another crash that's why he pushed the rates up and then the market crashes you put three rates remember quarter quarter quarter and then the market crashed trump was a guest at and the fake businesses that were kept saying they raise rates because the consumer and economy was strong which was a total why they raise your rates to make the bank more profitable they were scared the banks would go under if we had a crash like we're having right now this is what they're afraid of that's right member trump was always in a battle with Powell house are not gonna listen John I got a raise these rates because he was scared to death these banks could collapse because you were never strong he never recovered since two thousand eight how they either have a full time job not sure job drop part time thank you for not that fake narrative the fake businesses that work at put not that thank you the consumer was strongly driving economy over that he was driving the economy strong I wasn't sure we're still feeling very strong economy it's still incredibly strong no that's true how would you how is the consumer strong when they lost their home they lost ten trillion dollars between your home equity and their stock equity the phone Kay was a blow out forget the following K. four million people are eight million people lost their homes they had a rant they're still renting any and in a ten o'clock to our housing went up fifty percent yeah but what they don't tell you it's still thirty percent below the peak below the highest peak I got so secure housing up fifty percent but once it's on the other half is still below their their the peak the thirty percent below we're not doing any better the consumer Schrock he never recovered the narrative was fake he never drove the economy the consumer what was what was driving a consumer's quantitative easing in stock buybacks all fake here's what was interesting well they were saying how strong this cut right here where Maria Bartiromo saying how strong the consumer was consumers still feel very strong economy it's still incredibly strong this one in terms of the economy itself we have a very strong consumers yeah well when they're saying that the deal last week reporting and the fate business news network one report it the vehicle was reporting a median incomes or dropping consumers were getting squeeze affecting housing prices thirteen retail sales durable goods orders and manufacturing we're getting killed all their new so called recovery as I said they state housing we're going up fifty percent but they didn't tell you it was below thirty percent below their peak and housing and manufacturing.

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