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Joe Rogan's next guest?
"Yes. The next Gaston Joe Rogan could be the current president of the United States, Donald Trump, and the man who wants to be the next one Joe Biden in a tweet trump welcomes the idea of a four hour debate with Rogan in his studio. He doesn't mention the presence of we'd go. spotify has gene cheat to oversee podcast deals for the company. She comes from paramount pictures, podcast deals like the one given to Joe Rogan made the stock value in spotify jump by more than fifty percent. Advertising, podcasts more than double Z. money according to new data pod sites giving an average return of two dollars. Forty two for every dollar spent anchor says it's cracking down on stolen podcasts after news broke a story last month that many top podcasts were being pirated on the service. The copycats might mean, Yano says found a workaround in anchors detection system according to the story we've reported a separate loophole to the company. Cabana at large podcast studio will be in the next striking digital podcast metrics report for the US. The companies have announced. Cabana has over one hundred and sixty five podcasts. podcast host art nineteen has an ounce more tools for podcast modernization including international sales, attribution tracking, and support for vast NPR got into podcasting because of a chance discussion in the staff canteen according to Eric Newsom who's written a piece. About the history of podcasting at the broadcaster Paul Page has added a voicemail feature to its podcast websites both free and paid listeners can leave voicemail, which is then sent to podcast hosts, Saas I a super APP for Africa that includes digital payments ride hailing instant messaging, and a WIFI finder has added podcasts to its service as well as listening to many different shows. It also acts as a podcast. Some indy shows earning five figure and you'll run rates on red circles says CEO Mike Cayden responding in Reddit Query Air Plug claims it's the UK's first PR agency focused solely on podcast promotion. They offer packages to launch and promote individuals shows, and the Australian podcast awards has announced their partners for twenty twenty where one of them and I am an organizer. AND INFOCOMM SKEWS on Oxford Road presents the divided states of media. Tomorrow is Katie Hertzog host of blocked and reported. I'm totally free. She says because I'm not dependent on a paycheck from anybody else our podcast is funded totally through Patriot. So we don't have corporate sponsors yet our funders or all fans of the show Nice if you can, and for the love of podcast has pop music editor James. Credit. That's me as a guest. The show promises trends, misconceptions, advice, and this aloof British accent
Joss Stone launches 'A Cuppa Happy'
"PODCAST host Red Circle has launched a new automated ads platform that makes it easy to buy host read ads on thousands of podcasts. We've simplified the buying experience in what has traditionally been a very fractured market CEO. Michael Cayden. Congratulations to the pod fest global summits who claim that they've just hit the number that sets the Guinness World Record for largest virtual podcasting event in a week, here's a fun Friday facts for you. The Guinness World Record for the largest glass of orange juice was set by podcasting robed greenlee way back in June one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, it measured two thousand three hundred thirteen litres. Here's a TV report from the day. This is. The huge glass of orange juice from the Florida, citrus people, and this is rob. Greenlee tells you give a message here with this big glass Oj don't you? Yeah. Our messages to drink more orange juice drink more issue's defaulted Poltrak have released that top twenty US podcasts for July twenty twenty surprisingly cereal has risen from below the top fifty up to number eleven because of the publicity surrounding the New York Times purchase of cereal productions May. Occur. Only measures participating publishers. Semi box is a new podcast studio setup in Nairobi that lets anyone record a podcast come in record within twenty four hours. They'll send you a finished version to share with the world according to an interview with Polar Roca. Timber media has interviewed me show Yussef the producer of the missile Obama podcast Gaffey is now integrated into headliner to allow you to add stickers and gifts to any social video you make of your podcast and Hey James it's me Alexa. EXA wants to know another thing my masters at Amazon want you to do in your podcast according to their terms and conditions. Let's talk about incontinence three. After if you mentioned incontinence products in any advertising in your podcast, whatever it is, they won't tell me then you can't have more than three ads every day, but I'm just appalled Kosta. How would I know how many ads people have heard and sorry I can't help with that point and thank you tearing Newsham a CO founder of ignificant noise for becoming our latest personal support with grateful for many personal support zoo. Help US produce poured news every day you can join eric at news dot net slash support Any podcast news happiness. What is it? How do we find it at? How do we keep it once we have? Singer and Songwriter John. Stone. has launched her own podcast at copper happy which launched on Monday featuring interview with illusionist Darren Brown and smokescreen faked priest is the story of Father Ryan Scott who was accused of swindling millions of dollars over thirty years new from neon hum media. It launched yesterday,
"red circle" Discussed on She Podcasts
"There as a business entity and be, you know, totally accessible via messages, private message on my page, and all of that stuff that said, the algorithm is skewed on Facebook to really only show on people's feeds when you post as a profile if you post as a page, you have to have somebody like your page, and I have I don't have very many likes on my page. I have like maybe a little bit over three hundred. Why because I started the page last year and two because I don't tell people like it like share it. I mean, I'm just like there it is. 'cause I wanted it finally hit me. And so I have a lot more people that are friends that have been around for so long that are. That's what I did before. So it's already skewed towards me being forced to be present as a profile. While versus as a page. I don't have a choice other than to keep promoting people in begging people to like my page. Why? Because I want you to see me on your feet that seems very not cool. Does that in any way like make you go like yeah? You know, why does she need to be there as a human? As a person. Maybe the good thing is. There's going to be some of us that are going to embrace this at Dopp that jump in there and play with it. And then LC you're not confortable. So you could stay away from it, and then after a while he could be watching. And if becomes more palatable to you than you would just jump in. So I think they're trying. I think they're trying. Yes. All right. I would let you guys love them. And then I will be the dissenter. How about that? All right. Sounds good. Let's is there anything else that we more that we need to talk about when it comes to Facebook and all the stuff that they're doing to change the world. Arthur, voter thick. We beat this one that death. I think you're right to death the pain did that do that. So just we have a new free. Podcasting service podcast. Red circle launched this week with focus on helping small shows grow first step, releasing a feature that assist podcasters in cross promotion. So I guess that means that they're going to have a little database or messaging. It looks like where similar shows to yours, you'll be prompted to ask, if they want to do a little trade ski, which is kind of a nice idea, because I have heard, maybe it was from, John, that when you cross promote you guys, it does help get more listeners. So that's a nice thing. I've not tried. Have you tried it? Do you try every new host out? How many shows do you have out there, Elsie podcast apps? Is that what you're talking about? There's not an app. It's a host. No, dude. It's also an app for listening. Oh, right. Okay. Yeah. Remember, razzle 's, it's a candy and gum. Well, this is kind of like that. Chocolate and peanut butter chocolate and peanut butter to great things that go great together. Although I mean have we not been burnt enough? Have we not been smacked with a stick, and feel that we have we been burned enough? And can I go and make another fifteen shows that I will not actually have more than three episodes on because I wanna play with an app. I mean, I've been staring at this red circle thing now, and I'm like, what could I do with this just to play with it? And I got nothing. I'm out of band with the play with a new app, maybe down the road. But I'm not gonna take first thing I'm not going to do is import a show there. I'm not going to do that. But again the same thing. Now I haven't done anything with anchor yet. I mean if people are still the ship, there's going to be in how Elsie feels about Facebook. I feel about these free podcasting hosts I afraid of the day, when anchor says get your stuff off anchor. We're going to be doing this because we were bought by somebody. That's what makes me nervous. Yeah. Well, they were just born born. But by Spotify. So I think that what they might do is what I will. They all they've always said that they're going to remain free, but, you know, I mean I don't know. But maybe they will at some point charge something I don't know. I think that what it is why these are it's just hard because they this podcast host they are banking on drying, people to them, because it's free, right? If you wanna podcast, you can start it here and they are extra bonus is being able to share primos with other shows like you opt into this, and you could play it within it. So you don't even have to do an add it, it already is built in there. So you just say, yes, and then these things come in. It's kind of like a built in add add stitching technology kind of thing. But in order for something like that to work, you do have to have. The people using it. So because only the people who are using that are getting the benefit of using the tools. So if there are one hundred podcasters using red circle, there's only one hundred podcasters that you can promote also because maybe, there's some that you don't like you don't even while you don't have them on the show. Nobody appeals to the people that you are, like, why would we want them to? Why would we want to support not support? But promote that that show if you don't like it or doesn't appeal to your audience. Right. So the bigger the pool, the, the more this would make sense, but they're not going to get more people to do it because I don't even not to say, I'm lost. I I'm like Well somebody. with this with okay. So anchor put a lot of emotion into getting people to come in and start podcasting red circle has done that yet. And here's the other thing one, because we do you know the shows that I do not this show, but so we try to do thing that drives me crazy about podcasters love you podcasters, but you cannot do thirty second promo. Every promo is a minute. A minute fifteen minute twenty and nobody wants to listen to a promo about another podcast for that long. So you don't wanna put that show. So if you could tighten up and do a nice tight thirty second promo, you could do this amongst yourselves. You could say this is show you could pick your promos that you would like to add into your show now I know that's a lot of production that you have to do and some people can't do production. So I get that, too. And this would also do that. But then okay, so I'm doing this podcast on red circle when do these promos coming in. It'd be is it a pre roll is it a you know, at the end? And they just chop you off in the middle of a sentence and put in a promo. How does that work here? I don't know that yet. So that's the that's the problem. Yeah. You gotta wait and see I guess I'm gonna have to play with. It's like that all you got but you don't really like it. Which you like, okay? I'll start playing when it see if I like it or not. I don't know. That's right. That's not a terrible thing is it. It's the toy that your dad really wanted when he was a kid, but he didn't get it. So he gave it to you. And you're like, what's this red circle? You know what that is for me baseball bat. See no interest, my father as the oldest. I also served as the son in the family. I do have to look at old cars with him and go to the frigging. Batting cage was a good time. Good times as anyway. I think we are finished with the news is what I assume and now we're moving into some tips. These two. Guys. I don't know if you've seen this blog post from Pacific content which was just acquired actually in the news. But anyway, so Pacific content writes this, they're like these amazing articles on medium that they put out. But there this one I thought everybody needs to read, in fact, I'm not gonna read from it too much. I just want y'all who are listening to go. Read it the title of this article is Jimmy and the magic pizza shop. And the reason that I think that this is a brilliant article by Dan Meisner is that he essentially breaks down, why podcasting podcasting industry has opted in to have to complying to the measurement standards for download numbers, and he does it by creating this lovely about a four of a business that has free pizza for everybody and the pizza owners wanting. To measure how many people are coming to get their pizzas every day, and and how that goes. So it was very it was a very enlightening article I think he does a fantastic job of explaining minute very technical details about download statistics and y you don't count some things and why this is important for the industry as a whole so that we all know that if you get one hundred downloads on podcast, host, a and podcast host be and podcast, coz see all have one hundred downloads because they have all moved to the measurement standards. They are all going to be one hundred but if somebody doesn't really apply this, there might be fluctuation, and why that is the case. And why that also means. Is that it doesn't mean that if you were with a host that does not have this kind of filtering, if you were getting one thousand downloads in that host, and then you go to somebody who has put the standards in place with their measurement gets one hundred it doesn't mean that you have lost audience. It just means that you are now measuring the best that you possibly can by filtering things that might have been giving you data. That is not true. May I say that? So I don't know if you've had a chance to read it just but I do think it is reading must read for everybody, and I'm gonna put a link in the show notes. Okay. So that you guys can geek out on it. It is a kind of a long read. It's an eight minute read. So you do need to kind of sit down, and, but it's fun. It's like it's a fun read because he really does talk about pizza a lot and who doesn't wanna talk about pizza. You don't have a question, which would really and I don't understand why they don't do this because radio stations they have a someone that goes out and checks the ratings and then h radio station gets a report about what their ratings are. So why isn't that maybe the podcast hosts can publish the downloads for everybody's podcast? Why is that a secret? Why can't they just published? So when people advertisers, anybody wants to go look it up..
Write it Down
"Today of got another tip from our first regular contributor who seems to be an endless fountain of knowledge. Jeff, george. Here's what he's got for us today. So you got a ton of stuff going on don't you? You've got a bunch of prospects in your pipeline manage you've got a manager who's expecting things from you. You've got a CRM to fill out. You've got new prospecting to schedule. You've got customers to manage relationships to maintain and judging by the number of red circles on your phone right now, you have a bunch of other people who want your attention now. That's a lot. It's nothing. You can't handle. But that's a lot. Well, here's my tip for you today. I want you to stop right now. And I want you to write down a couple of lists. This'll take you five maybe ten minutes, I want you to write down a list of all the things that you know, you need to do today. Get it out of your head get it down. I want you to write a list of the things that you need to do on a recurring basis every week. Write that down the third list. I want you to write down, and this is probably a little bit shorter. I want you to write down the list of the projects that you know, you need to pay some sort of attention to on a larger scale maybe their quarterly projects. Maybe it's something that needs to be done by the end of the year. I want you to write that down as well. Now, here's why that's important because with all the noise with all the social media with all the blaring radios and televisions in those red circles that just don't ever seem to go away everything feels bigger and more profound than it really is. And when you write it down, you realize that it's a lot more manageable than you may have thought so from a task oriented basis from annoys basis, and controlling all that when you can put it all down there in black and white, and yes, I know your CRM will provide you with the list, and yes, I know you can write everything down into Evernote or some other apps that you have on your phone, but pen and paper works really well here because it makes you stop and think about it while you're writing. Now, here's another listen, I want you to write I want you to write a list of your ten most important. Prospects, the ones that you are most likely going to be able to grow with this year, whether they're current clients, or they are people that you just know you can help more than anybody else. I want you to add to that list, your two most valuable dream clients because you should never forget about them. They should always be at least in the back of your head when you can visualize that list, everything becomes so much more focused think about all the noise that you've turned down in your life. From those other three lists that I asked you to write and think about all the other noise, you're going to be able to turn down from prospecting standpoint. And how much better you're going to be able to focus, and you know, as well as I do that focus means more sales. So yes, it seems draconian. Yes, it seems old school. Oh, my goodness pejorative. You're telling me to get a pen and paper out. Yes. Do it. See how much it helps? Then tell me about how much it helped.
New Orleans Saints fans plan Super Bowl boycott
"Come up with a sweet protest making thousands of cookies with a picture of a referee with a red circle and slash over him. The owner of a locksmith company put up posters criticizing NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and perhaps most appropriate for the city a business owner created t shirts, featuring a referee voodoo doll with pin sticking out of it. Other saints fans pledged to boycott the Super Bowl a week from Sunday. Pam Coulter, CBS news,
Japan to skip South Korea fleet event over 'rising sun' flag
"North Korea has joined at the south in protesting at Japan's rising sun flag. Well, let's get the latest on this with Monaco's Asia editor at large Kenji whole who joins us now from our Tokyo bureau. Kenji good, speak with you. Tell us, first of all. Well, remind us perhaps remind listeners what the flagging question. What does that she looked like? It's been called the rising sun flag which is a red sun with its rays, extending red rays extending in every direction. This is the ensign of the maritime Self Defense Forces. It's not the same flag as the one that Japan's imperial army used back in the early to mid twentieth century when Japan was invading and colonizing countries in Asia, but it is very, very similar. The only difference being that the red circle is slightly off center and in every other way, it looks exactly the same as Japan's wartime flag. It's been in use since nineteen fifty four and Japan's military argues that Miller. -tary vessels are required to hoist the flag that differs from the national flag. This would be the, you know, monitor the one with the red dot against a white background and that distinguishes naval vessels from commercial vessels. Well, it was going to ask you can g about why this angers those countries on the Korean peninsula, for example. But I guess given the similarity, you've described to the colonial-era flag that's kind of self evident. What about they're not which have been heard in some quarters that this is similar to Germany displaying a swastika or something akin to the to the swastika is a completely unfair and outlandish suggestion, from Japan's standpoint, yes. From the standpoint of countries that were subjected to Japanese colonization in the first half of the twentieth century, I would say no. Those countries include South Korea. In fact, the entire Korean peninsula which was ruled as a Japanese colony from nineteen ten until the end of the second World War. Now Koreans still harbor anger towards Japan. Over over that entire period. There's there's this feeling in Korea that Japan hasn't properly atoned for its brutality. It doesn't help the two sides have territorial disputes. They're still at odds over the comfort women. These are the women who worked were forced to work in Japanese military wartime brothels and also just the fact that Japanese politicians still pray at a Tokyo shrine that had a central role in Japan's militaristic phase only adds fuel to the fire..
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Chris did a great job. Developing that with that man, as you were mentioning earlier in the intro, your book coming out, very soon moving forward to that. Well, not very soon, only twenty nineteen others. Okay. Well, so wait once the actual release date. According to Amazon, April twenty. Third, what is that? I mean, people are preorder at for to come out April twenty. Third, I'll I'll ask my publisher. Find out eating that might get pushed back a little. You're saying, I don't know. Cool. All right. Well, from what you were saying though, it sounds like the book is just about done. Yeah, the manuscript is just about done and and then we'll do the final selection, I guess on the picture inserts. And all that's all the societas stuff. And I don't know. I'm excited to get it out there. There's a lot of information in the book. There's a just a lot of stuff. I mean, all stuff I did in the military and then all the stuff. A lot of the stuff I did as a journalist and travel in Syria, traveling, Iraq, even stuff going to the Philippines. During tie South Korea in the DMZ in there. I can't remember if I wrote about that or not. So all kinds of different shit. I, it's, it's going to be. There's a lot of material in there and is definitely going to be different than other military memoirs. I'm excited for man as we often say, preorder matter. So going Amazon preorder you know what? I've noticed the Email slowing down because I think Jack is not been here so I can answer radio all day. But when it comes to specifics of special operations military stuff, you guys know. I don't have any answer to a lot of that. So Email us again, if you have those type of questions that jacket answer it, Safra dot radio at Safra dot com. Soffer dot radio at software dot com..
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"So he settled this just wanted me to kind of tell you guys, what we do for him in this is what it looks like from coming from the soldiers perspective. That's insane. I'm glad you guys are out there doing that though. It is great. I mean, we're so small in which which I feel is kind of one of our Forte's because it allows us to kind of just get more personal with the soldiers in families that were help. Now as the bigger nonprofits is kind of more like a run through Axial where you just kinda pushed through with paperwork in on to the next kind of thing. Yemen. So from what we were talking about when I just spoke to you for the first time the other day, you were saying there's also some events coming up that that you'll be holding soon. Yeah, definitely will can come go really this year since I'm in Portland, Oregon area. I've been trying to do a lot of more local outreach as well as nationwide. Are there a lot of that in Portland or organ in general? Yeah, actually, Oregon from last disticts read. They're more people in the military from Oregon than any other state according to this, but I don't know how accurate that might be, but. But there's no active basis in Oregon only guard in reserve aces ear, very pro-military state, but they don't know a lot about red circles. I've been trying to lottery reaching out here, got to do work with the not another nonprofit that works with veterans and taking them out, hunting and fishing. We helped out at their benefit. Is that 'cause I heard a few charities like that to do you know what it was the fallen outdoors. Okay. That's not the one I was thinking of seems to be a few charities that do that, which is really cool. Yeah. These guys are great bunch of guys actually the treasury's currently still active. Buddy minded. He's the one who brought me on as you come out to the benefit, they'll be some up guys ranger dudes. I hear one if them involved near the way to do it, we went to their benefit is great. Dow's back in June. I did the Portland Vancouver reverent warriors silky March. I of the twenty two k. I'm marched that in representation for red circle. We did a lot of work with the minor league baseball team. This last this last summer, they had their food service week. We are out there with the booth in the got to go on and do some interviews. And then coming up, we have the war care coalition conference in Tampa in November as well as another t.f, oh banquet, which is their national banquet, which will be October. And then I'll be up in New York in December with your guys as the hurricanes benefit. And then I did some work. Oh, and it's some more recently with the Seahawks the Seattle Seahawks went up to their training camp and did some outreach with them and kinda got to love those guys know kind of what we do in who we are as well. So yeah, lot of great things going on. We got heroes holiday coming up, which is where we sponsor a couple of families, special operation families who are in need when we take care of their, you know their full holiday from thanksgiving as well as Christmas from everything from the food to the decorations tree, the presence, everything like that. So very cool. Man. Yes, they in visit so on. If people want to check out red circle foundation, it's red circle.
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"We've been doing a lot of academic enrichment scholarships for their kids in the families on helping out sending the kids to camps getting them, you know, active in the community as well and. Pretty much very cool man. Did you have any? Because I know Brandon was telling me you might have some stories in particular of some families. You guys have been helping out. I do. I have a few most recently we helped at a SF guy got hurt overseas in Afghanistan was shot actually hand with RPG on had his right side of the skull removed. By the shrapnel had several surgeries to repair it had issues with the the best ball system and is to go, which caused issues with him lying on his back. He wasn't able to sleep. So tried care was trying to do whatever they can in. Afforded by Abed. So they gave us a call and we bought him Abed to help him. Sleep was prescribed by the doctor. Another story. We weren't just recently had Ashok guy on PJ. Got injured during training at some surgeries got hooked on the pain meds got addicted in when it to rehab, went through all the VA's rehab as well on wasn't working out, got into Christian found funded them rea- rehabilitation center in a has been going through that, and we actually helped his family with helping him go through the rehab with them and then via the way that's like such unfortunate one that you hear about so much and it's just this disciple that happens. I think with veterans of getting prescribed, you know, to prescriptions and then getting hooked on that happens all the time. Open opiates are very, very tough and very dangerous. I mean, obviously they're the number one addictive drug right now going on still danettes issue with a lot of these guys when the ill through these procedures and stuff. So it sucks. It's really sad here. But we're doing what we can try to help them get them back on their feet so app them, yeah. At some other stories, I got actually one of the testimonials from soldier who recently, how he was a seventh group guy. He kinda send us a letter kinda just wanted me to read it out to you guys. If you guys don't mind that. His wife was diagnosed with stage four cancer. He was still enlisted was senior listed at the kademi at so calm. She had an incredibly rare disease is very aggressive. And that typically was very in the head of poor diagnosis prognosis, and they often give him a short life span. But the family dug in, they started the fight, try care, which is great, was only able to cover so much. They give us a call and they were constantly driving back four hours away from their home to the hospital where the cancer treatment was getting taken care of. And it just started hindering wallet. Contact their so calm in. So come coordinated them with us. And since then we've been helping them out working with him to be able to transfer his wife Enam his also his daughter, all they all got died with cancer. All roughly within the last couple years shit is that like environmentally induced like something on the base. Could be, who knows? I don't. I wouldn't say that. Could have been genetics. Do. Their financial struggles. I mean, I mean, when you go from one to the next to the next thing, you know it starts to hit that while it real hard, especially, you know, when being in the military, our budgets are our wallets that big in the first place. So that's insane. So we're helping them in their, you know, family back on feet, helping them. Continue their fight Masur the trial drugs work for his life in numb, continue on supporting them in..
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"And I mean, that's a wild conspiracy theory, but there's also a part of me that thinks this is like high level trolling like some somebody. I don't like some secretary that works in the sub basement or the White House wrote the op-ed and like blood some information in like that. Like, oh, this, and then they start suspecting Mike Pence and everyone's looking over their shoulder. Because what I mean, what Trump is seen Pence wasn't you because apparently on the same day, I bet he asked him about it and on the same day that this op Ed came out tense departed from Trump on something because Trump has been very hard and Jeff Sessions. Yeah, and Pence on that same day was like, no, I support attorney general Jeff Sessions. He's doing a great job. So is interesting tough position that is if you're the vice president, Mike, do ideas agree with the president or do I throw our attorney general under the bus like, but I mean, that's kind of what the op-ed was referencing to. I mean, it's like you're in this impossible situation with with Trump. I mean, the guy changes his mind at the drop of a hat. He says things without thinking about him and the machines of the. The machinery, the gears of the bureaucracy has to respond to that. But at the same time, what that op it is describing is really just short of treason are saying like, look, there's people here in this administration and the inner circle that are actively undermining the president tells us to do what is that? That's basically a coup, it's basically a palace coup. And who was it. John Kerry was in the in the press today. And he's like, you know, it scares the hell out of me because if this is true, what it means is we don't have a president because the president can say whatever he wants and the people around him in the national Security Council just do whatever the fuck they want. So so and they're those people in the NFC were not elected. Trump was one who is elected with his running mate, Mike Pence. They were elected. But these other people, these bureaucrats in the national Security Council or not elected. So it's like who the fuck is in charge. But I mean, then do do you think that is the real McCoy? Do you take that at face value? So all these different questions, what do you think it was a low level person trying to drum up some craziness or no. Now I think its somebody probably is somebody fairly high up in the national Security Council who is just frustrated and angry and upset with the way things have gone down. Yeah. Well, we'll see. I know that the that, you know, who knows? But on Twitter today, they were shown the Tucker cross and said, he's like fairly certain who did it and they've been reaching out. But a lot of people say they're fairly certain of this. We'll see. And it all seems kind. It all coincides very nicely with the controversy around the Bob Woodward book that is coming out, which apparently is quite damning. Is it all coordinated daughter or no? Yeah. And the only other big piece in news I saw today on, there's anything else you wanna get into, but in India major, you know, just I would say gay rights, human rights victory that basically gay sex was illegal in India. There now strike net down. So outside the gay community in India knows very happy about it and worldwide. I mean, because that is that's a big deal. That's a big ruling. Yeah, you sense that India is kind of at this like cultural and historic moment, like a pivot point, I guess. You know, as they develop as a country, all the stuff that's come out about women's rights and India, the courts kind of covering up rape and kind of revictimizes ING rape victims. So. Hopefully they're slowly, but surely straightening things out, but I, I don't know enough about Indian politics. No comment on it. Yeah, I figured I would mention it though because that is a big. That's a big landmark. Yeah. Range before we get to Jackie gray, who's the former army Matic and executive director of the red circle foundation. I was just wondering if you want to mention anything else about the change from news to news rap and and also like what stop you're currently working on for the site..
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Yeah, it's easier to get pissed off about some dude that takes a knee at dumb, fuck and football game than it is to deal with the fact that we're waging an immoral and unethical Warren Afghantistan deploying soldiers there with no fucking strategy whatsoever. We had an NCO get killed in Afghanistan. Like a couple of days ago we're sending guys over there year after year after year, making no fucking difference in that country whatsoever. We're sending guys over there so that they fill up fucking bodybags in America. Doesn't give flying fuck about that, but they support the troops, get the fuck outta here. This bullshit. Talk, fake, patriotism, go, fuck yourself. We're going to send guys over there. They're going to die for nothing. Because when I say unethical and immoral, I mean it is unethical immoral to deploy soldiers to combat without any sort of endgame without any sort of strategy that is fucking wrong. It is so wrong. I don't even know what the what more to say about it, but we don't give a fuck about that. We give fuck about some guy takes Nina football game like seriously, who who do you really blame though for this being the ongoing thing? Because you have someone like General Mattis now running secretary of defense, and he's he's guy who knows about the Afghans. Yeah, down there. So I would think that he would have a good strategy and that this administration would try to have a departure from what was seen during the Obama years and the bushier. I mean, I don't wanna make excuses for any politician or any political appointee, you know, Madous being the ladder. But we haven't. I mean, he does take some of the blame because I mean, we haven't heard him really advance any sort of strategy. I haven't heard any kind of exit strategy from him, and I'm sure he's responding to instructions from the White House. So he has to contend with that and he has to contend with the type of White House administration that we have today. So, I mean, that's a good question. I why hasn't anyone stepped up to the plate and Trump? Is this unconventional leader, right? He doesn't really give a shit. What people think of him. Why hasn't he just dropped the hammer on this and say, look, we're bringing the guys home or say, look, we're going to change our strategy and this this is the new strategy. This is what we're gonna do, whatever the case is, but just the point guys you're after year, you You know, know. I, it's the definition of insanity, right? What we're doing the same thing over and over thinking, there's going to be a different result, but we all know there won't be a different result on the topic of the Trump administration. I know that you just pretty much landed yesterday. I don't know if you've got this whole. All right. I mean, I well, two days ago now and no, I have not fully caught up on America's melodrama, but have you seen the New York Times piece of op-ed? I read. I read it yesterday. So did you hear about the whole? I wanna make sure have it right here. The lodestar controversy, and there's a conspiracy theory around it. Right? Yeah. Have you heard about that or. I read something about the word lodestar was used referencing John McCain in the in the piece from the anonymous source, and people are like, that's a pretty peculiar or to us. You don't hear that word every day. And then the looked back on footage dating back to two thousand one to now. Apparently, Mike Pence likes to use the word load store and that's and it's using his ace, and it's like. Uses the term starve side. This guy. There's also there's part of me to that, like, here's this kind of stuff..
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"It's a hell of a lot of fun and they welcome you. They take care of you. It's a Buddhist and Hindu culture. You know, it's like I've been some countries like in west Africa where it's like the scam starts the second. You get off the airplane. Everyone's just trying to empty your pockets again, then get New York City's like that. No man, there's nothing. Nothing like that. Where like you literally get off the plane and some guy comes in grad your bags and wants to carry them for you like thirty feet and then he's going to demand money from. Yeah, I mean, it's just it's insane, but Nepal is not like that. People are very honest, very straightforward. You know, it's it's just a lot of fun grain virement. It was even when you have to drive from Kara out to kind of where the trail heads starts for Anna Perna and they're supposed to be that day. A bunch of Maoists protesting in the streets or riding depending on who you talk to. And they put me in the front seat of the car because they want if that happens, they want him to see the white guy because they won't throw rocks at the car because they don't want to hurt the tourist industry. Even the Maoists I guess don't want hurt the tourist industry. So yeah, very friendly, very cool with all that. And I, it was just a it was an amazing trip. I mean, we hiked up to thank for thousand feet where the base camp was as beautiful. And then from there Italy, which I believe Benny is still stuck. Yeah. Yeah. Well, from there, we went back to Kathmandu, spent a few days there, and then back to Italy, we're in Milan, and then we're interim for a few days. They're amazing museums Taran. There's the gyp shin museum. There's there's some really cool stuff. But in the meantime, while all this was happening. Benny's her visa stuff got screwed up, like really screwed up. So she's working. It's stupid. Immigration technicalities. The immigration system has been a mess for a long time, but you know, she's dealing with the aftermath of that now and they think she's like a mail order bride for. Now? No, it's not even that it's it's just like little technical details about like how you fill out the paperwork and where you go after. We're just stupid stupid shit, but it ends up having a real repercussion. Luckily she is family there. I mean, if you didn't, that would kinda suck. Well, I mean, then it'd be a question of, well, okay. Where did she come from? And no, but I just mean, you know, she has a place to stay and all that. So it's not. No, she'll be she'll be okay. Is just a huge hassle. And you know, her home is here with me and she's not able to, you know, if she doesn't get her paperwork straightened out soon, you know, I'll go see her next month, but I mean it could take awhile for to get straightened out worst case scenario. Crazy. Yeah. Yeah. So she's pretty upset by all of that. So yeah. So I'm sure a lot to deal with for you. I mean, I just try to help and. Be supportive as best. I can. Yeah. A lot of people think that when you get married that your spouse just automatically gets like a green card or citizenship or something. I thought I thought, no, it doesn't work like that at all. Well, okay. Interesting, man. Well, since you've been away, we've had some really awesome people in the podcast voice. Gracie, Pat McNamara, my friend, Sean butcher from Sirius XM who, by the way, put a video up on Instagram got to start the slayer Chan added swear show on stage in front of like tens of thousands of screaming fans, which was pretty cool, and it was fun. Just talking metal with those guys, and I ended up just doing stuff we don't normally do and we don't talk, and I think most people enjoyed it. Other people were like, what are you guys not talk special ops anymore, but when you're here, we get into all that. I mean, the next guest we have coming on Sean Parnell who's a former navy seal. So I'm sure we'll get into all that with him..
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"This is the first time I've seen you in over a month and a half, I think. Yeah, about six weeks. Yeah. I was. Otherwise, predisposed traveling around Italy, Switzerland. And then we finally went on money to Nepal. I wanna hear all about that because that's a pretty epic honeymoon. Most people go to like Cancun, Jamaica for few days. You took a pretty epic trip. Yeah. Well, we had wanted to do something interesting. We wanted to go do something that. Go somewhere. We haven't been before and something that has nothing to do with work, not not a country that we've covered work wise. And the Paul was one of those places I wanted to go and hike on the Anna Purna circuit for a long time since I read about it in a book many years ago, is that where the pictures from that Benny took of both you hiking? Probably, yeah, probably, yeah. So when we got married back in October, we couldn't take our honeymoon at the time because Benny was into Afghanistan to all work on her documentary, and I was heading Serbia work on television show. So literally we were both. I think I took off one day after the wedding and Benny left the day after me. So we were both heading off in different directions. So over the summer we took our honeymoon we, we actually went to Italy, you know where she's from. Initially, we went with, you know, with my kid, bunch of other people's kids and the parents when we went up to Switzerland. And so we're hiking around there, took the kids to the circus all kinds of fun stuff came back to Italy. We took my daughter with us. We went to Sardinia for a week, so we're hanging out at the beach and all that kind of fun stuff. Snorkel. Ling. And then we came back and and you know, my, my daughter went with her mother and they had their little vacation and Benny and I flew to Nepal and you know, we are in Kathmandu for a couple days. We're actually Patani, which is like next. The Kathmandu then went down to Kara, which is kind of like the big staging area for when it goes hiking up in the mountains. And then we went and hiked on the Anna Purna circuit for a week. We went up to the base camp in back and it was amazing was beautiful. It's the off season in August. So it has the advantage of there being very few tourists out there. But you do have to deal with the rain range just about every day. So if you time it right, you can avoid the rain, but you know, sooner or later your gonna get stuck. So you put your rain jacket on and suck it up. But because of that, I mean, you're hiking through a mountainous train, obviously, but it's all jungle. It's almost like I guess it is a rainforest and you know, tons of streams and everything waterfalls and you're hiking around the mountains. And then as you are heading up to the base camp, you're walking through a valley in the valley getting more and more narrow, and it's just like these huge waterfalls on each side come down river down at the bottom of the valley app. It. Yeah, there's these guest houses you stay at every day. They get a bit more rustic, the deeper you go. Because when you go to the the base camp, there is. Actually have very reliable electricity because they have micro hydro electric, the all those waterfalls and all that running water. I talked about they have their powering generators. So they have pretty good electricity, but there's no roads. So it's porters carrying everything. And it's also a classic like supply and demand issue. So if you want a beer at the end of the day, the beer gets more expensive each day because some poor guy has a carry that wow up the up through the mountain. Yeah, totally different. You know, huge culture shock. I'm sure compared to what you're used to, although you've been the world after you've been Afghanistan. There is nothing that can really shock. You. And Apollo is nothing like Afghans Nepal is like, what Afghantistan could have been. If it wasn't totally jacked up because it's mountainous, they, you know, a country like that could probably have a ski industry, backpacking industry. And no, Paul is very smart about that. They're very, very welcoming of tourists. People should go there. You should go visit..
"red circle" Discussed on About to Review
"Yeah, we never know, but both the house and then fast forward to what six months later in south East Asia and Alice played by. What's his face from the Walking Dead? Oh, the. I'm spitting on them, but she's an, she's got, she's got an tale the looking for like this, like. Some crazy isotope defaulter horizon. Okay. This crazy isotope. That's like these EMC's zooms gonna blow up, complete up everything. Right, right. Looking for these things. Yeah, pretty much. And so an Lauren Cohan loan call? Yeah. So she's got an asset in her and she's like, acid is good, and he's got into gonna tell us where this seven pounds or nine pounds of season is. So he says he has it, but it's on like this disc the he only knows the password to and like an external hard drive and a countdown physically see when they go into the disks. Yeah. Like this, an aura boroughs drive, it's harder on. You're watching this red circle sort of FILA as it gets closer to time. So his his request is to be flown out of the country. He'll give him, he'll give them information. And so Attis in the US embassy people from whatever South East Asian completely made up Asian country called Indo car. They, they try to kill. I am shaking my head right now, but like on like young Justice. Yeah. What was a there was not Moldova. It was a, maybe it was like there's like make it sound vaguely Malcolm in of all these like parts of the country. Pretty much Indo car is is, is the city in this movie. Okay. So what's who put SO EKO EKO EKO Hawaii otherwise from the raid Redon. So he goes to great. So he's the asset. And so they're trying to kill him. And then now Mark Wahlberg and his team realizes that os is the big deal. So the their plans to escort him to the airport and mild twenty two, what is wild call model twenty two. And of course, during the escort do these very small southeast Asian streets, they're being killed and harassed and shot at and blown up. Okay. Hey, lady looking good. Really close motorcycles in some restaurant. Yeah, that's the movie. They're trying to get him tomorrow twenty two to get information. Okay. Here's the crazy part that whole crazy geranium. Whatever thing they're looking season. I haven't even seen this movie in that name's gonna stick out to me cesium and all of that is like. Not even the part of the story really is kind of just there. It is like it is the macguffin to end all macguffin, but no one ever really important moving. No one's like it because on some point, find the season well, but it was like, okay, mission. Impossible fallout when it was like there are three nuclear bombs bombing. You see the bump you see the people were. This was like, there's this powder that could equal nuggets. Knock in her Shema times, five, why? And then you forget about it did not even free, but like we never really see what it not necessarily what it can do. We don't need to see a big nuclear explosion what kind of devices you like, but you can just now you can just have a kid with an envelope powder and you can kill millions of people. And it was like, why? What? How? Okay. I'm lost. Yes. I mean, I'm pretty sure what these type of movies they don't really expect people to pay him that much attention anyway or to get that. Okay. Here's a problem with Petersburg's movies. He tries to give his extradition through dialogue and the weather's doing this film. If they keep cutting back to like in interview that Mark Wahlberg scourge was giving a deposition, whatever, yeah, or something. Okay. And he's kind of just yelling at people very aggressively and like talk to them up their stupid. Every person interact single person. Yeah. And he sounds like he uses he learned big words in prison. Wait talks to people who does that constantly. So here's information that you apparently need for the film that's being guild constantly. It's number like like there's that scene in mission. Impossible where where Ethan on says, all right, this is the impossible part. Someone says, oh, we can't do that to say, oh, it didn't. That's impossible an exit plan, emission explanation. I don't know why these nameless southeast Asian people are after him. There's Afrim..
"red circle" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You know that your frank jokes ending next i think that was a cat which is the surgery read while red circle sports who doesn't know more about who does no more about sports than dennis miller nag again and tickets coming up levity live this friday that'll be sunday april twenty th through the twenty six and that's win a minute on the road as the senate or something then it was storming norman last night he told me going out to this something yeah we're doing a live podcasts at the east sports arena out here and then i'm going to cleveland detroit portland seattle i'm doing i'm doing i'm going to do my first stand up special in portland in coming up on june ninth used to watch your stand up specials and my thought was and i paid dennis this compliment before but i'll i'll do it again everyone always talks about those who inspire you know and everyone goes oh man george karnik inspired me and you know richard pryor guy inspire me dennis made me think i should never do stand up because when i would watch his stand up i would think i can't do that can't do what he's doing it's so concise it's so fast it's so precise i literally took the wind out of my standup sale when i was living with three dudes lockin yacht on watching your special you didn't have much yes that's that is correct ace could i tell you what that means.
"red circle" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Hour number three of the rich eisen show is on the air bradley job who is easily the top defender available in this year's national football league draft out of amnesty state will be joining us in the middle of this hour we had jordan palmer on last hour he is mentoring both sam darnold and josh allen a great chat with him when when you stop by the nfl draft in fifteen days man excited about that we turn to the phone lines though to kick off hour number three right now with one of our favorite guests back in our podcast as without a doubt always loved being on his radio show and now i was honored and pleased to be the first guest of red circles sports his new podcast on podcast one sports dot com and podcast one app and apple podcasts red circle sports can be downloaded uploaded whatever the phrase would be every single tuesday dennis miller here on the rich eisen show how you been deaths required a young kid who heard you on the show and he crochet i have a wall here you spreading knowledge jumble right hey dennis the the phone lines clicking a little bit it sounds like it's buzzing i don't know if that's the speaker or if we need to call you back you there got my mouth right up to the speaker i dunno it's chris prick pickup and chat with them there for second that sounded i don't know what that was it sounds like it might be interference zone and interference or something like that okay brockman dealing with it right now at any rate are are hopefully we get we get this phone line figure it out bradley chubb joining us in our number three he's going to be joining us in the middle of the hour the nc state defensive end had bill belichick coaching them up all that sort of what what what's your assessment over there chris brockman can get a hardline what's the phone number again okay our phone number.
"red circle" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"Nude a podcast one red circle sports we've dennis miller the thing about lebron is i think he's reached a point now where he realizes it maybe the organization although gilbert seems like a bit of a shaky cat to me but i think they realized that they cannot do the full bore icecapades every night show the goal is they have to eat it a little once in a while because quite frankly doesn't matter till it gets in the playoffs right till you get into kills on that takes a month and a half episodes each tuesday from dennis miller subscribe exclusively on apple podcasts podcast one dot com or on the new podcast one app don't forget to review and leave a five star rating what a matter and what a te mike metro pcs in the iphone se for zero dollars on a network that covers ninety nine percent of people in the us oh impressive play with the best switched to metro pcs in an unlimited lt plan and get a thirty two gig iphone se for ciro dollars metro pcs coverage not available in some areas plus sales tax claim based on talking tech's directive numbers currently on the t mobile network directive on metro pcs in the past ninety days see store for details and terms and conditions trump and addiction austin bombing i'm tim maguire the ap news minute president trump and his speech in new hampshire says the opioid crisis has and together we will end the score jr of drug addiction in america once and for all trump is calling for the death penalty for some of those dealing the drugs that have killed tens of thousands of people in this country to men have been injured in a fourth package bomb which went off as they walked along a street in austin texas last night atf special agent in charge for millan hausky says they never saw the trip wire it was dark out and it was a then why or filament fishing line kinda like fishing lines they would have been very difficult for someone to see a tornado tore the roofs off buildings knocked down trees and power lines and northern alabama county just south of the tennessee state line there is also damaged in several of the cities and communities but no word of any injuries from this evening storms i'm tim maguire.
"red circle" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Guy who is three in done our foreign done and if you have that combination you can bring in marvin baghli the third uh you know but yep a john shire media you have to have those guys who sorted do the other dirty work because these are the store players the marquee players i will take a break your phone calls are always welcome reggie miller will join is coming up in about forty minutes here on the dan patrick show this is dennis miller and i want to invite you to listen to my new podcast red circles sports right here on podcast one i'll be recapping the weekend's most exciting sport stories and i'll bring them to you every tuesday plus hear me chat with some of my favorite sports industry guess like rich eisen so be sure to subscribe to red circle sports with three dennis millet on the podcast one app at podcast one dot com or on apple podcast and don't forget to rate review and share be there be square stay tuned for sixty seconds of ap news headlines right after this podcast i had pauley look at kentucky's roster if they all state who would be on that roster now assuming everybody state purport you're up guy they had a rosser that allowed seventeen players karl anthonytowns trey lyles willy claes stein devin booker tyler ulis jamal murray skull labor serri who andrew harrison maliki manca the car johnson de'aaron fox bam outta bio and in this freshman class.
"red circle" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Is like alleging in the community like jim watched and could also like talk to your affleck no other would you proud experienced done better i love jim but man lobbied rick oh shit sink an eminently needs and that we're hosting their of alleged rected rick he can ta the bust of him he's also is just a character these like this really short guy where this giant cowboy add like huge and warm us but he's a bad guy clear i love their charity that will be one of the charities that they'll be given to of course along with red circle foundation we're are doing december i think it's the seventh or eighth at its it's a wednesday or friday of that week of december we're doing this street fighting with jim west seminar at emma looney's and in whisky afterwards for this for the craig club guys so so we hope to do not hope we are going to do more vents like this in the future for the for the credit club members engines about ask streetfighter so these guys are gonna get some some really like just down and dirty methods from jim in and they get to ask some questions and then than we all gets have have some really high and whisky afterwards were fired up for the guy shit you know in the day and age were all this fucking and political correct bullshit i'm i went to an event last night this guy wrote a book called a man in his watch in vanity fair sponsored this event it was at this nice bar outdoor indooroutdoor bar with cigars guy shit you know in in so disguising put this beautiful book together sky map.
"red circle" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Go every uh every year to a friend of mines cherry the red circle foundation the whole purpose of its friend of mine is a navy seal all purposes to raise money for the families of those who are special operators who fall and combat let's and which raise money pay for their what whatever needs to be paid for that is get the money are we need to help those who are left behind after somebody is killed in battle killed in action but in terms of all the politics around this and we need more answers and we need the war we're in a war against radical islam we are we have been taking oath many thousands of casualties four years now since two thousand one and we just lost four ovar bravest invest americans to these evil nihilist stick wannabe theocratic of the islamic state of the sahara we're not even totally sure what the group was yet but that's it one there's nothing really to politicise here they stayed they didn't leave until they have the bodies of all those that were killed on our side and it was a it was a bad combat situation our guys got caught up was there would they did it get a tip off from a local villager was it some problem with the routes and times i mean that's that's all for the military to sort out and deal with and try to keep the next sf team in nizhny or anywhere else safe and out of this kind of situation but there's no such thing is deploying our soldiers into a conflict zone that's entirely safe whether it's nizhny air war uh you know iraq afghanistan the philippines and we've got sf team's training people all over the world and the moment that you add india that's it and i mean and they could be targeted i should note and we can have an sf team in germany targeted by some psycho islamic state's to devote e right i mean these are are are militaries always a target in this war but the.
"red circle" Discussed on WGTK
"Of the show she's joining us from lexington how you doing this weekend maria all the fine now having to be a good guide this three weeks away till until kickoff so that's something that i have leave it there thirdly i mean i know it seems like forever like hawking he then by the path like i don't know how many month or so close thou now now you can give us a follow on or twitter page at ky women underscores sports to get the most uptodate information we do a lot of our our news a notes and highlights there so you can check us out on their like i said we got three weeks until kickoff that is like a big red circle around now purdue game for the little will cardinals i just a little bit about this past season and looking ahead to this is and i had a few thoughts this week i know it feels almost a little repetitive what we say here where you're taking headlines out of practices and what the coaches are saying it's all hearsay say right now because he had he had just never know until they get out on the field and it's kind of this personal feeling i have about on recruits or i have about getting excited about a game that's five years down the road and i just remember a couple of years ago when we heard that this purdue mobile match up would be a thing that it's just hard for me to get excited in that moment but i knew i know that i had said hey we should get a little excited about this game in the next couple of years i feel like the headlines will be there when it finally comes around obviously with next season you have that two thousand eighteen kickoff game against alabama in orlando so that's something obviously is always going to have headlines and whatnot but this with purdue is just at so many headlines with the coaching staff in you know you're bringing back your heisman winner in in all of that so i just think that a lot of hype can be put around that saturday night game it's a prime time and there's a also this conversation on a had.
"red circle" Discussed on WGTK
"Is dale thousand a little voice of the show i tell us maria qasim is attacking boys in the show joining us from lexington how you doing this weekend maria home the fine now having to be a good guide this three weeks away till till kickoff so that's something level levelling play i mean i know it seems like forever availing aachen key then part of like i don't know how many i'm taking it are so close now now you can give us a follow on twitter page at ky women underscores sports to get the most uptodate information we do a lot of our our news a notes and highlights there so you can check us out on their like i said we got three weeks until kickoff that is like a big red circle around that purdue game for the local cartoon and i just a little bit about this past season and looking ahead to this is i had a few thoughts this week i know it feels almost a little repetitive what we say here when you're taken headlines out of practices and what the coaches are saying it's all here say right now because he he he just never know until they get out on the field and adam it's kind of like this personal feeling i have about on recruits or i had a bowel it's getting excited about a game that's five years down the road and i just remember a couple of years ago when we heard that this purdue mobile match up would be a thing that it's just hard for me to get excited in that moment but i knew i know that i had said hey we should get a little excited about this game in the next couple of years i feel like the headlines will be there when it finally comes around obviously with next season you have that two thousand eighteen kickoff game against alabama in orlando so that's something obviously is always going to have headlines and and whatnot but this with purdue so is just so many headlines with the coaching staff and you know you're bringing back your heisman winner in in all of that so i just think that a lot of hype can be put around that saturday night game it's sad prime time and there's also this conversation on had with my roommate i.