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"sheriff mason" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Slash talking. One. Of the big problems many of us has is nobody wants to hand out business cards anymore but everybody wants our contact information. What to do I, think we all have a bunch of different solutions but nick. And Jason Alvarez Cohen have happy device called paypal which can pass on your information and the guys are here and they're going to tell you all about it. He Nick and Jason Jeff send thank you for having us on. Sure. Tell us about poppel. So. Papa. Is Your new digital business card. It's a small thing you put on the back of your phone. And then all you have to do is just tap it to someone else's phone like this. It sends a push notification to that phone and win that notification is clicked at sends you right to send them right to my profile, which has my website, my instagram, my phone number, all of my contact information right on their screen. Okay. So what you just showed me was a little round ball basically and in you you I, guess he velcro or something or or a magnet or as probably a magnet right to. And it sticks to the back and then it then up your APP in that swirl, your contact information is in Europe. They have a pop up, it opens up in that but if they don't have the APP, it opens up in the browser and the key to the product is that the other person does not need poppel or an APP for you to share your mation. Believe that the Pablo's are very inexpensive how much they sell for Fourteen ninety nine for basic potholes and nineteen ninety nine for premium populous. What is a premium poppel? A premium poppel has nicer textures this one. For example, we poppel prism. It's kind of. Holographic. The basic ones are black white pink, blue jays color. Yeah and the premium ones are. Little, fancy same functionality, just different looking field Lyndon Okay and obviously once you once you download your APP, you then spend time in putting your basic. referrals. Correct, it's very easy setup you get your pop in the mail you you you put in what you want. Then you activate it with your phone and then you're all set. So you can put on your phone upon your laptop on your car, your Papa anywhere. It'll share where you want to share. So if you put it on your laptop and I had somebody in the office. Where I met somebody at starbucks right in a post Kobe world and I wanted his or her information. They would just put their phone in front of the Little Poppel that was on my laptop Yep. It's that easy. What motivated you guys to come up with this idea? Greg Russia. Well, we're both recent college grads and we learn about the psychology at how cool is and how native it is in modern phone. So we saw this use case as two guys who never used. A really cool phone, the phone method of Sheriff Mason which we did often. So we saw the cell division just credit. All right. Well, congratulations people can get it and is it Papa Dot Com. Pablo. Dot Co.. Dot, co-. Or Whatnot. or on. Amazon Okay sits it's on Amazon as well. You heard it here Thank you nick and Jason from Poppel.

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ICYMI: Popl beams contacts to phones

Talking Tech

03:10 min | 3 months ago

ICYMI: Popl beams contacts to phones

"Of the big problems many of us has is nobody wants to hand out business cards anymore but everybody wants our contact information. What to do I, think we all have a bunch of different solutions but nick. And Jason Alvarez Cohen have happy device called paypal which can pass on your information and the guys are here and they're going to tell you all about it. He Nick and Jason Jeff send thank you for having us on. Sure. Tell us about poppel. So. Papa. Is Your new digital business card. It's a small thing you put on the back of your phone. And then all you have to do is just tap it to someone else's phone like this. It sends a push notification to that phone and win that notification is clicked at sends you right to send them right to my profile, which has my website, my instagram, my phone number, all of my contact information right on their screen. Okay. So what you just showed me was a little round ball basically and in you you I, guess he velcro or something or or a magnet or as probably a magnet right to. And it sticks to the back and then it then up your APP in that swirl, your contact information is in Europe. They have a pop up, it opens up in that but if they don't have the APP, it opens up in the browser and the key to the product is that the other person does not need poppel or an APP for you to share your mation. Believe that the Pablo's are very inexpensive how much they sell for Fourteen ninety nine for basic potholes and nineteen ninety nine for premium populous. What is a premium poppel? A premium poppel has nicer textures this one. For example, we poppel prism. It's kind of. Holographic. The basic ones are black white pink, blue jays color. Yeah and the premium ones are. Little, fancy same functionality, just different looking field Lyndon Okay and obviously once you once you download your APP, you then spend time in putting your basic. referrals. Correct, it's very easy setup you get your pop in the mail you you you put in what you want. Then you activate it with your phone and then you're all set. So you can put on your phone upon your laptop on your car, your Papa anywhere. It'll share where you want to share. So if you put it on your laptop and I had somebody in the office. Where I met somebody at starbucks right in a post Kobe world and I wanted his or her information. They would just put their phone in front of the Little Poppel that was on my laptop Yep. It's that easy. What motivated you guys to come up with this idea? Greg Russia. Well, we're both recent college grads and we learn about the psychology at how cool is and how native it is in modern phone. So we saw this use case as two guys who never used. A really cool phone, the phone method of Sheriff Mason which we did often. So we saw the cell division just credit. All right. Well, congratulations people can get it and is it Papa Dot Com. Pablo. Dot Co.. Dot, co-. Or Whatnot. or on. Amazon

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"sheriff mason" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:55 min | 3 months ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Censorship at any area at any point is a bad thing. And that's what talking about tonight. Let's go to Bob in Pennsylvania, Bob, Thanks for calling in. You're the first The first collar in awhile outside, we had to call it from New Mexico. Now we get Pennsylvania. Go ahead, Bob. Welcome. Here. Wait for quite a while. So you start asking him were very forward question. I answered. Well, what we're talking about. We did that last night. We're talking about the decision by Twitter and Facebook to censor. The sense of the New York Post story the deals with Hunter Biden in the laptop computer that came into their possession. Okay. I know that this is not a good thing. I mean, especially when it's lopsided. You don't want no censorship on either side by big I agree with you. Did you know comes content? What chaired? I'm talking about. I'm probably one time we caught on a perfect knowledge blast things across, but center subsistence thing is not part of America. But but here's his where he's really Bob. Let me let me give you the example from yesterday. Let's assume That you saw this article on the New York The New York Post. And you thought it was interesting. And you want to just to send it to me. Share it with me. Okay? You're in. You know, publicising and you were just sending it to me. That you would run the risk of your Ah Facebook account or your Twitter account being frozen. Just by trying to share something with me that you found interesting. Maybe I wanted to share it with me because you believed it. Maybe you wanted to share with me because you thought it was untrue. But just the mere fact that you wanted to share with with me made you run the risk of having your account frozen. It's bad. I mean any time This is Sheriff Mason. Right, sir. You have to understand we're not talking about sharing would not talk about sharing child pornography or or things that obviously do not have a A real purpose, you know, other than perversion on the Internet. We're talking about a newspaper in an article out of a major American newspaper. Justin shared a note. I just back. Thank you so much appreciated. I'm sorry You had to wait so long, but I appreciate you got through. Thank you. Hey, thanks for asking Dan. This appreciate that. Besides the Be the backcourt. You're American. You always talk about. Thank you. Appreciate it. Really do keep keep listening down there. Tell your friends. Okay. Thanks. Bob could have a great one. Let's go next. A little closer to home Going to go to a bill in Braintree Bill in Braintree. Next on nights. I go right ahead, Bill. ADM. How you doing? Yeah, I really do think this this time that The Facebook and Twitter. Got it right. I think they saw Ah, pattern here that there was something that just didn't smell right? And it's very close to an election. And I think it was worth Ah, looking at this information closely and ah, so if it was just what I think you're saying is, if it wasn't as as close to the election, let's assume that it was in July. You think they would have allowed this to be shared? Um Possibly. But I think they also change some policies that you know if stolen information if I and I might have this wrong, but I believe they pause was stolen information. Is, um is found which that would have been Biden's information. That they would not Printed or let that be copied or okay, so let's assume, sure, Let's assume that some newspaper Um, got ahold of the taxes of the president. I mean, the full taxes of the president, Okay? The New York Times claims they have the taxes and they've written stories about the taxes, but they haven't released the taxes. So let's assume The New York Times or The Boston Globe found ah, copies or what they believe was copies of Donald Trump's taxes. And they wanted to put it up there on the Internet, so you and I could share it. Should that be showed? No. Really? I don't know why. Well, you don't want in. And I maybe this this example I'm gonna give you in the last election. OK? I remember a time and it was it was when the Republicans for running against each other Donald Trump put and put a front page thing in The Inquirer. He asked the owner to do it that um Ted Cruz's father was part of the Kennedy assassination. Okay, now, you know, I just I don't know, by the way have invested million knowledge. I do remember the article. I don't know that it has been proven, and I'm not going to try to debate it with you. That Donald Trump placed that ad in the actually they did when what do you call it when they would? When that guy testified, the owner of the Enquirer did well again. I'll accept. I'll accept that. But I don't know that So bottom line is this bill, But here's the bottom line is you use your bottom line? Is this OK? OK your bottom line. Censorship under circumstances that bill likes is okay. No, we just got we just went through this if if it happened to be, you know if it happened to be the scenario that you put put forward to me, I said, you know about his taxes. I said that shouldn't be printed either. I mean, what was your reason why I shouldn't be printed by the way. What is the reason It's so in your opinion and should have been printed If it was stolen now, if I'd be okay, so therefore, for example, for example, you must. You must feel that the Pentagon papers in 1971. Should never have been printed by The New York Times. You know, I don't be honest just if it was stolen. I mean, we're in a different age now. Yeah, No, that's that's it Because a lot of stuff like this comes out. OK, we, by the way, we don't know this was stolen. 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"sheriff mason" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

14:42 min | 11 months ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"Hey everybody I'm Shannon. And I'm favorite to ozarks dirty laundry. We have been bringing you episode by episode recap and discussion and maybe hopefully giving you a little bit of insights into the episodes. It's been quite the undertaking right Shannon. Yes it has. Yeah I was just saying how as much as I love this show and I will be sorry to see it end for this season anyway. I will not be sorry to stop talking about it. This is our first time devoting a podcast just to one show and it's great like I feel like I'm so immersed I feel like I almost live in the ozark universe because done so much research talking about it watching it nonstop and I found myself talking like ruth which is really not a good thing. Yeah I feel like I could answer just about any question about any character at this point right. We throw all right. So we're up to episode eight which is entitled the Big Sleep now. I loved how they started this episode. The intro I did not love it. I didn't but they you know they do like to kind of experiment with the techniques and to me this sort of felt like an homage to traffic. Did you ever see that movie? No I don't think I did. A traffic is about drug trafficking and basically takes you from the field. Send the the drug traffickers to the rich suburban white kids that are users and how. It's all just kind of intertwined okay so I felt like it was a little bit of an image to that. But so what what happened here? All right well. What they did is they first started out with the word now on the screen and you see an ambulance coming to the blue cat. And Taka's calling them in Rachel's on the floor completely unresponsive like she literally looked dead then they flash on the screen thirty minutes before and they show her snorting drugs an passing out on the floor then they Flash black screen three hours before and they continue to go back in time with little snippets. They stay show her looking for drugs and her dealer says. I don't have any oxy but I have age. So she's like I don't want that Shit. And then she's like wait a minute and she takes it right. Oh my God yeah then the day before you see Rachel's dealer picking up the drugs two days before that you see the drug dealers getting shipment three days before that UC the smells packing the boxes up for the Shipman. Then they go to four nights before and you see Darlene in the heroin manufacturing compound there at down their property and she is mixing grinding up some pills and mixing it in with the heroin and she says this line I wrote it down to and light in my eyes and I shall sleep the of death right so this tells you how Bolivia Siam to the drug world. Because I watch it going. What is she doing like? I didn't know what those pills were when I I watched it. I thought Oh because listen. All their heroin fields there. Poppy fields were burnt. So I don't even know how they're producing drugs at this point honestly well probably. It was probably just leftover like in in the process. It's only been a day or so. Yeah I guess you're days days four days for you well but so I'm watching this going are they. Are they now making meth? Because I know you start with like Sudafed or you know some cold medicine. Are they grinding? It up or are they gonNA make men so I didn't quite catch the catch. The connection at first until they went into a little bit more detail about how the the drugs were laced with sentinel and Yeah but but that line the Darlene. Said told me that she clearly meant to kill right. She meant to cause fatalities. She's a sick woman while then we switched. Marty who still seems pretty distraught. I mean I guess it's four or five days later. I don't know how long it's been now but you're like get over it. Marty still kind of staring into space and his eyes are already Nikkei. Really Kinda can't seem to function and the babies cooing in the background and Charlotte off to Wyatt's it's that little family scene and about it for that significant happen there. Yes there was so yes in this scene. Charlotte's starts questioning how they got the baby. And and Wendy says we'll mason entrusted us to take care of him and this is GonNa be significant because she hears a different version of that story story when the sheriff stops by okay so Marty's having a discussion with Wendy as usual. It's not going very well and you can see that. He's really kind of questioning his morality and I thought it was kind of interesting sort of clever that Wendy threw back his quote to him about Marty. This is about choices you know. Mason made a choice and I just see. Mardi is such a hypocrite here because when Wendy was kind of having her moment of what is going on. What are we a party to? Marcus washed his hands of it and said you know what everyone makes their own choices. Yeah and now. He's saying Oh what's going on. And she's reminding him no this is. This is about choices right. We're definitely seeing some role reversal. I feel like happening but the two of them absolutely and I'm also noticing that Wendy is having to lie to everyone about the baby And you know we'll get into this but she lies to wilkes. She lies to the sheriff. She lies to her kids. This is going to be the lie. That really backfires and the the lie that I think will destroy them ultimately as a family. Oh you think so. Yeah I hadn't thought that I still think that. The snow's going to end up with the baby. Somehow I kind of I don't know too so too but yeah she's she's got herself quite a whole and I just constantly watched the show and say how can they keep everything straight you know like I could never lie like that I would just forget it. Forget what I told people. Well the problem is and I noticed it at a later scene in this episode that I think that they fail sometimes to sit down and go. What's our story right? What are we going to say about this absolutely? Yeah but they do show some times where they're like our Mardi especially with ruth you know. He's like okay. What's the story? What do you do what you say? I've seen that happen a few times but yeah I think you're right. It's yeah I mean I feel like we brought a baby into our home. What are we going to tell? People probably a pretty obvious conversation that someone they should have had at some point. Yeah Yeah So. Then Mardi goes to Rachel's and what I really think is that Marty feels like he has to. He needs penance for what he did for. Mason and I think he's turning that to Rachel saving. Rachel is his penance. For killing me cash. Yeah and so. He's in the hospital. And at least at this point she can. Her cover is legitimately blown. you know the the EMT's found a wire on her so even though Mardi knew that that that can now be her legitimate story for how her cover is blown. Yes yes yeah. And then Wendy goes to see Wilkes and he tells her that casinos doomed you know and he makes some kind of a comment about how she wants. Said she would do anything and she says try me. And yes and he was just like I'm done with this with. He said you know it's gone too far. This is over which I don't know Israel if if that's really realistic because I think welts wanted this casino just as much as they did. He says it's gotten to. It's too much it's too. I think it's too dirty for him. It's one thing to be paying off officials. It's another thing to be in bed with a Mexican drug cartel. Yeah that's so. I think it's legit that he's like no. This is definitely not something I wanNA get involved in. Yeah and he soon finds out too late next. We see ruth and cade headed to the funeral home. Yeah Yeah so. She's casing the joint she's talking to what's his name their hair hairy okay talking to Harry. I would just like to say that Harry is a funny creepy little man. Yeah but in a way I would suspect that all funeral directors are yeah. It's an interesting job. That's for sure I love this scene where he's like the smell of thrill formaldehyde. Who'd you are war? I thought it was so funny though where he goes. Well Ruth not. Everybody has the stomach for this this industry and she goes. I got a pretty strong fucking stomach. And then she goes. Yeah French and then I thought you were going to say and then just shortly after. She's like you got a bathroom but really it wasn't. They wasn't her stomach. She was trying to figure out where things were. And she the padlocked door right so she has a clue of what their next move is going to be right that we've got the FBI right yeah the FBI briefing and Petty. Kinda shines here. Because he's able to enlighten everybody in the room as to why this not a cartel problem. This is a problem. That's originating in Lake Ozark. Because you know. He's looking at the geographic distribution. He's looking at where the deaths from the fennel are occurring and I guess at this point you know they never really make it clear but I guess at this point. He knows about the SNELL'S OPERATION. He was never able to to find anything other than bones on their property but clearly they found evidence that there were poppy fields. They show them picking up like a dead puppy or something like that so he must know that that they've got to be a big connection here. Yeah definitely he definitely knows and For anyone out there who doesn't know what fencing all is because I did not. It's it's a very very addictive painkiller. I think it's also used almost as an anesthetic. Okay it now. Well not only that. It's extremely dangerous. I actually you die from it instantly. I have My my husband's cousin just last fall So this is. This is my anti-drug message to you. I think the story was. He smoked some pot. That was laced with federal and his parents found him dead the next morning. Oh my God that's horrible. It's it's horrible and it just. He was their only child. So let's remember that this is a fascinating story but there is a deadly side to this story. The moral of the story there is grow your own weed. I guess I guess so. I mean it's yeah it's crazy you can't trust people. I told my kids that all the time so Mardi Mardi goes back to Wendy conversation about Rachel about how he really wants to get her out he wants to get her out from under petty and of course. Wendy's raising her eyebrows like there something I need to know about you and Rachel and he goes on defending Rachel and says she almost died because of us and Wendy goes off at this point and sh- she basically is like are you kidding me. She almost died because she stole from us. She took the money and she put it up her nose or she smoked at her whatever she almost died because she's a drug addict and I have to say I am totally citing with Wendy here. Yeah totally I I was like. Are you kidding me Marty? So yeah. He's really losing? Perspective reminds him that like you said he's feeling extremely guilty and that's skewing the way he's looking at Rachel. Yes okay. So then the sheriff shows up and has questions about Mason. And here's where I'm getting a little annoyed that they didn't get their story straight before he showed up so Charlotte they dismiss Charlotte teller to go in the other room and of course she's hanging out in the hallway to hear what they have to say because she already has suspicions about why they have a baby there in the first place so they tell. Charlotte were just helping Mason out. But then the sheriff's Mason Missing and they go what I mean. What's right what what what I didn't know anything about that? I can I can. I just say I don't understand why they don't check and make sure Charlotte is out of earshot. She's eavesdropped several times. They should go outside or something when they do this or they should have a story that they could tell publicly and privately right you know instead of lying to their own children. I mean I get that. They don't WanNa tell the truth that they don't say oh by the way dead killed somebody. Yeah that that would be the nail on the coffee. I that whole thing was a mess but I feel like they should have said you know. Mason Mason talk to us and said that you know he was going through a difficult time and wanted us to take care of. You know the baby and that he was he was going to you know. Just just leave for a little while to get his head together. They said something like that would have been a perfect explanation. So birds are losing it here. Yep well meanwhile we have Helen Pierce coming and she's feeling girly drug dealer out of jail. Okay now this is going back to the beginning where they show the the FBI raided the drug operation right. Not these Snell's but the people that I think is in Chicago. So they've got this dealer and she brings about and he's like. Hey thanks you know. I don't know what happened. And she's like Oh come on..

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"sheriff mason" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

14:42 min | 11 months ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"Hey everybody I'm Shannon. And I'm favorite to ozarks dirty laundry. We have been bringing you episode by episode recap and discussion and maybe hopefully giving you a little bit of insights into the episodes. It's been quite the undertaking right Shannon. Yes it has. Yeah I was just saying how as much as I love this show and I will be sorry to see it end for this season anyway. I will not be sorry to stop talking about it. Is this your first time devoting a podcast just to one show and it's great like I feel like I'm so immersed I feel like I almost live in the ozark universe because done so much research talking about it watching it nonstop and I found myself talking like ruth which is really not a good thing. Yeah I feel like I could answer just about any question about any character at this point right. We throw all right. So we're up to episode eight which is entitled the Big Sleep now. I loved how they started this episode. The intro I did not love it. I didn't but they you know they do like to kind of experiment with the techniques and to me this sort of felt like an homage to traffic. Did you ever see that movie? No I don't think I did. A traffic is about drug trafficking and basically takes you from the field. Send the the drug traffickers to the rich suburban white kids that are users and how. It's all just kind of intertwined okay so I felt like it was a little bit of an image to that. But so what what happened here? All right well. What they did is they first started out with the word now on the screen and you see an ambulance coming to the blue cat. And Taka's calling them in Rachel's on the floor completely unresponsive like she literally looked dead then they flash on the screen thirty minutes before and they show her snorting drugs an passing out on the floor then they Flash black screen three hours before and they continue to go back in time with little snippets. They stay show her looking for drugs and her dealer says. I don't have any oxy but I have age. So she's like I don't want that Shit. And then she's like wait a minute and she takes it right. Oh my God yeah then the day before you see Rachel's dealer picking up the drugs two days before that you see the drug dealers getting shipment three days before that UC the smells packing the boxes up for the Shipman. Then they go to four nights before and you see Darlene in the heroin manufacturing compound there at down their property and she is mixing grinding up some pills and mixing it in with the heroin and she says this line I wrote it down to and light in my eyes and I shall sleep the of death right so this tells you how Bolivia Siam to the drug world. Because I watch it going. What is she doing like? I didn't know what those pills were when I I watched it. I thought Oh because listen. All their heroin fields there. Poppy fields were burnt. So I don't even know how they're producing drugs at this point honestly well probably. It was probably just leftover like in in the process. It's only been a day or so. Yeah I guess you're days days four days for you well but so I'm watching this going are they. Are they now making meth? Because I know you start with like Sudafed or you know some cold medicine. Are they grinding? It up or are they gonNA make men so I didn't quite catch the catch. The connection at first until they went into a little bit more detail about how the the drugs were laced with sentinel and Yeah but but that line the Darlene. Said told me that she clearly meant to kill right. She meant to cause fatalities. She's a sick woman while then we switched. Marty who still seems pretty distraught. I mean I guess it's four or five days later. I don't know how long it's been now but you're like get over it. Marty still kind of staring into space and his eyes are already Nikkei. Really Kinda can't seem to function and the babies cooing in the background and Charlotte off to Wyatt's it's that little family scene and about it for that significant happen there. Yes there was so yes in this scene. Charlotte's starts questioning how they got the baby. And and Wendy says we'll mason entrusted us to take care of him and this is GonNa be significant because she hears a different version of that story story when the sheriff stops by okay so Marty's having a discussion with Wendy as usual. It's not going very well and you can see that. He's really kind of questioning his morality and I thought it was kind of interesting sort of clever that Wendy threw back his quote to him about Marty. This is about choices you know. Mason made a choice and I just see. Mardi is such a hypocrite here because when Wendy was kind of having her moment of what is going on. What are we a party to? Marcus washed his hands of it and said you know what everyone makes their own choices. Yeah and now. He's saying Oh what's going on. And she's reminding him no this is. This is about choices right. We're definitely seeing some role reversal. I feel like happening but the two of them absolutely and I'm also noticing that Wendy is having to lie to everyone about the baby And you know we'll get into this but she lies to wilkes. She lies to the sheriff. She lies to her kids. This is going to be the lie. That really backfires and the the lie that I think will destroy them ultimately as a family. Oh you think so. Yeah I hadn't thought that I still think that. The snow's going to end up with the baby. Somehow I kind of I don't know too so too but yeah she's she's got herself quite a whole and I just constantly watched the show and say how can they keep everything straight you know like I could never lie like that I would just forget it. Forget what I told people. Well the problem is and I noticed it at a later scene in this episode that I think that they fail sometimes to sit down and go. What's our story right? What are we going to say about this absolutely? Yeah but they do show some times where they're like our Mardi especially with Ruth you know. He's like okay. What's the story? What do you do what you say? I've seen that happen a few times but yeah I think you're right. It's yeah I mean I feel like we brought a baby into our home. What are we going to tell? People probably a pretty obvious conversation that someone they should have had at some point. Yeah Yeah So. Then Mardi goes to Rachel's and what I really think is that Marty feels like he has to. He needs penance for what he did for. Mason and I think he's turning that to Rachel saving. Rachel is his penance. For killing me cash. Yeah and so. He's in the hospital. And at least at this point she can. Her cover is legitimately blown. you know the the EMT's found a wire on her so even though Mardi knew that that that can now be her legitimate story for how her cover is blown. Yes yes yeah. And then Wendy goes to see Wilkes and he tells her that casinos doomed you know and he makes some kind of a comment about how she wants. Said she would do anything and she says try me. And yes and he was just like I'm done with this with. He said you know it's gone too far. This is over which I don't know Israel if if that's really realistic because I think welts wanted this casino just as much as they did. He says it's gotten to. It's too much it's too. I think it's too dirty for him. It's one thing to be paying off officials. It's another thing to be in bed with a Mexican drug cartel. Yeah that's so. I think it's legit that he's like no. This is definitely not something I wanNA get involved in. Yeah and he soon finds out too late next. We see ruth and cade headed to the funeral home. Yeah Yeah so. She's casing the joint she's talking to what's his name their hair hairy okay talking to Harry. I would just like to say that Harry is a funny creepy little man. Yeah but in a way I would suspect that all funeral directors are yeah. It's an interesting job. That's for sure I love this scene where he's like the smell of thrill formaldehyde. Dude you are war. I thought it was so funny though where he goes. Well Ruth not. Everybody has the stomach for this this industry and she goes. I got a pretty strong fucking stomach. And then she goes her. Yeah French and then I thought you were going to say and then just shortly after. She's like you got a bathroom but really it wasn't. They wasn't her stomach. She was trying to figure out where things were. And she the padlocked door right so she has a clue of what their next move is going to be right that we've got the FBI right yeah the FBI briefing and Petty. Kinda shines here. Because he's able to enlighten everybody in the room as to why this not a cartel problem. This is a problem. That's originating in Lake Ozark. Because you know. He's looking at the geographic distribution. He's looking at where the deaths from the fennel are occurring and I guess at this point you know they never really make it clear but I guess at this point. He knows about the SNELL'S OPERATION. He was never able to to find anything other than bones on their property but clearly they found evidence that there were poppy fields. They show them picking up like a dead puppy or something like that so he must know that that they've got to be a big connection here. Yeah definitely he definitely knows and For anyone out there who doesn't know what fencing all is because I did not. It's it's a very very addictive painkiller. I think it's also used almost as an anesthetic. Okay it now. Well not only that. It's extremely dangerous. I actually you die from it instantly. I have My my husband's cousin just last fall So this is. This is my anti-drug message to you. I think the story was. He smoked some pot. That was laced with federal and his parents found him dead the next morning. Oh my God that's horrible. It's it's horrible and it just. He was their only child. So let's remember that this is a fascinating story but there is a deadly side to this story. The moral of the story there is grow your own weed. I guess I guess so. I mean it's yeah it's crazy you can't trust people. I tell my kids that all the time so Mardi Mardi goes back to Wendy conversation about Rachel about how he really wants to get her out he wants to get her out from under petty and of course. Wendy's raising her eyebrows like there something I need to know about you and Rachel and he goes on defending Rachel and says she almost died because of us and Wendy goes off at this point and sh- she basically is like are you kidding me. She almost died because she stole from us. She took the money and she put it up her nose or she smoked at her whatever she almost died because she's a drug addict and I have to say I am totally citing with Wendy here. Yeah totally I I was like. Are you kidding me Marty? So yeah. He's really losing? Perspective reminds him that like you said he's feeling extremely guilty and that's skewing the way he's looking at Rachel. Yes okay. So then the sheriff shows up and has questions about Mason. And here's where I'm getting a little annoyed that they didn't get their story straight before he showed up so Charlotte they dismiss Charlotte teller to go in the other room and of course she's hanging out in the hallway to hear what they have to say because she already has suspicions about why they have a baby there in the first place so they tell. Charlotte were just helping Mason out. But then the sheriff's Mason Missing and they go what I mean. What's right what what what I didn't know anything about that? I can I can. I just say I don't understand why they don't check and make sure Charlotte is out of earshot. She's eavesdropped several times. They should go outside or something when they do this or they should have a story that they could tell publicly and privately right you know instead of lying to their own children. I mean I get that. They don't WanNa tell the truth that they don't say oh by the way dead killed somebody. Yeah that that would be the nail on the coffee. I that whole thing was a mess but I feel like they should have said you know. Mason Mason talk to us and said that you know he was going through a difficult time and wanted us to take care of. You know the baby and that he was he was going to you know. Just just leave for a little while to get his head together. They said something like that would have been a perfect explanation. So birds are losing it here. Yep well meanwhile we have Helen Pierce coming and she's feeling girly drug dealer out of jail. Okay now this is going back to the beginning where they show the the FBI raided the drug operation right. Not these Snell's but the people that I think is in Chicago. So they've got this dealer and she brings about and he's like. Hey thanks you know. I don't know what happened. And she's like Oh come on..

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"sheriff mason" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Shit Dot. FM thank you. Sorry I apologised Sir so anyway. So Yeah Michael Mike. Rodriguez was Was he said. Hey this is a cover up. This is this is being this is being covered it up and he he he left the he resigned in disgust. And he he. He asked that his kind of opposition should be included into the final report. which you can see as an appendix and so the prosecutor that came in and then covered everything up after Michael Rodriguez quit and discussed West was Cava? I have more to say about politics being produced. But I I WANNA talk to Daniel in grand forks. North Dakota Rhoda Daniel I believe you had something to say about our previous caller own. Yeah Well first of all. I'm right on the same page with you as far as politics being produced I. It's a it's a joke. I mean they're they're setting up behind the scenes To consider Brock Obama to be a member or not a member of the Mafia and say that Donald Trump is is just factually incorrect correct. One thing that I'd never hear anybody talk about. That's always on my mind when it comes to this. Elevation of people in power is the freemasons. Okay and who are they. The freemasons the stonemasons Mason's the control this country since the beginning I mean lay brick. Now he's so. He's talking about freemasonry which I look at as the original organized crime into hoping he would sort of you know alliterate that our listeners. Yeah I mean expands into the The the Knights of Columbus and the Knights templar and it's all involved. It's one big and I don't believe that there's anybody who's ever being in presidential power that wasn't involved in one way or another way. You're saying you're saying that every United States president in some way shape or form arm is either a freemason or associated with freemasons being being a member of a freemason. Not a secret what they do in their private meetings is a secret but being a member isn't George Washington was Let's see Martin author King. Junior was a freemason Barack. Obama is a freemason. Roommate is a freemason. Are All of these guys. Get most of my Boston's a freemason and I'm actually trying to get into the freemasons you don't WanNa be a freemason why not so so first of all. I agree with the caller that it is is it. I think it's the original organized crime and so it was it's an organization that has a network of lodges globally to where if you wanted to project checked power You can project power. Globally like safehouses familiar with the concept of friendly societies and like AK- the lodge sort of organization. So how is the freemasons different from that type of organization so that so so freemasonry three has different levels and as you go up levels score. Secrets are revealed to the initiates as they go up the level it sounds like scientific dot co much of a level as a floor. There is a floor that is the secret. Society of Freemasonry You have you come up through freemasonry. Their goal is to build strong willed with good admit their code is family family job. Because you need your job to take care of family God and masons well. That's what they tell the Porch Mason's turn Porch Mason. Yes I am familiar with that. You'd find that once you become thirty third to finance basically generic Mason. No no no so so so masonry is at the upper levels. It's people using this global lodge system to project power to be able to WHO You know US say Mason Distress and get out of court thing about favouritism membership right. Yes so they're sworn to kind of elevate. Elevate each other in business and politics. So you'll you'll frequently find Mason's running a lot of small towns where the sheriff's Mason the mayor's Mason. The judges are masons. And it's very very common. If you do mate masonic police emblems. You can see that. They've got from dozens and dozens of departments. There's Masonic Masonic components store they even had their own patches..

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"sheriff mason" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on Off The Hook

"The company says it's now rebuilding it server from scratch to remove the back door and resetting all customer account passwords as a precaution. Precaution. The WPRO team also said the hacker didn't gain access to the source code if it's official plug him and did not push him unless version to customer sites come in its management weren't available for additional questions regarding incident. It's unclear if they reported the employees to authorities at the time of writing if the companies claim is true. There was little chance of the former employees escaping jail time. That's from as ED net story and boy the harm and angry employees angry XM play can do that's something to consider. That seems like a pretty another pretty universal factor of the human animal is there will always be ones that you don't have total control over. And if you're trusting them with all, your all your apples, or whatever. But but yeah, it's it also I think speaks to. I mean, the whole WordPress seen out there presses and open source website, building and blogging and whatever software, it's a content management system. There are tons of plug ins out there that themselves are open source and freely auditable and downloadable WPN L is one of those plug ins that is not an open product. It's a proprietary thing with closed source, and maybe somebody could caught such a such an exploit before it was used thing annoy must that story though is how that person just turned into a hacker where they became angry. They they weren't employees. They had access to all this information, they became malicious. And that's the moment that they turned into a hacker. It didn't take any hacking ability for them to access co that they had access to or to defaced website that they had permission to do permission from the. Computer enough from the humans. So we need to we need to really think about how we use that word because hacking positive thing that is how you build. That's how you learn. That's how you sheriff Mason with other people. And when it's only used to to define the negative destructive the militias, it really, you know, it colors things in a very bad way for people that are still learning about this. And whenever they hear the word hacker. They will think negative thoughts if they're called a hacker. They won't see it as good thing. And we all lose as a result of of not learning and spreading information. It's also upsetting that the company tried to play this all on the one former employees unle-. Yes. In the media sense. It was his fault. Also said what their fall for like not in the principal, leave privilege. We're trying to the amount of what each user can do. And they're on behalf and they clued into that. If you have a if you sell like home change the locks. They didn't do that. In this case. It depends on how when the person got angry if they they became angry while they were still an employee depends how much access they had if they were, you know, one of the main programmers. I don't have the details. As far as that goes. There are certain things if somebody high up enough gets really angry they can cause a lot of damage, and I'm not sure what the what the details were. But in many cases, yes, there are deeping holes left open that former employees can still access and the story felt mention that WordPress itself as an open source product is built and maintained by hackers. I know one or two hackers on the staff of WordPress who who work on this. You know, the the efforts of hackers build this whole infrastructure out there, and that's not mentioned one person does something bad. And all of a sudden, the hacker exactly what this think of all the all the services that we use every day that were built by hackers. You know, I'm referring WordPress. Google, you know, hackers behind all of it. And you know, demonizing. Demonizing. What they do is not a healthy thing. Hey, we have open phone lines. If you want to join the conversation and the few minutes, we have left to one to two zero nine two eight.

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"sheriff mason" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on KELO

"I lay ear side up was apart comes back over the line here for the box or is there say made by stabber and heard are back at full strength theorist the naples is onto the ice good kill the start here the game for the hurt seda anybody i'll pull up sinai but he said gap panda i'll play back it over the line i have and you send cap bite into the corner here leftwing boards tied up by waqar you're playing it back out here's europe jot their traffic save made rebound and that was just goes wider than that and you the left wing off eyesight era he's got some time in room fly to shut up high and save made by mole within forty nine ago year in the first period time out on the third game at three days want glycated here early are they lead one that we are about sixty seconds since this katherine in bed i just want to thank you from the bottom of my call for bringing the nation and panic i really like it fair bed too because garmin king he'll breast sheriff mason your pet relies on you for everything food shelter and most of all glove when they need medical care or grooming you can rely on soon nation pat clinic since 1960 soon nation pet clinic has provided preventive and wellness care for pets throughout their lifetime health care for your pets and a true partner with you in the loving care of your pet throughout their lifetime.

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"sheriff mason" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff mason" Discussed on 790 KABC

"That room the required some degree of construction he he had a bunch of god's in that room that may or may not have been visible if anyone had been in that room for the time he checked dead until the time of the shooting i want to hear what they have to say what they saw what he told them what his data by was because they may have information that could be keys to the kingdom oh no doubt and i and i can guarantee you that uh the information they came out about the socalled mystery woman while horseman either has already begun two hundred down already has taught whether we all know where were hopefully we'll find out a unit five o'clock with that news coverage but still oh the whole situation of a lack of motive is the biggest head scratcher here have gone three day now without any idea of what was going on with this guy that made him do that in it per very elude daily telling the true her attorney you're telling the truth it's a very strange statement that was written uh that the attorney red like you didn't take any questions also speaks volumes to me too but that was a very low crafted statement that spoke to everything neither to speak to accept should already cross examination of that statement so uh you know we'll have to see what devos lap whatever law enforcement story to tell us i see a local some breaking eight your news uh that they have four or five o'clock i can't see any new developments today who gesture day he the the sheriff mason said something about the possible radicalization of this guy in their investigation related to that have you heard any more information about that juppe last night that they have not ruled it out but at the same time the other sherif said we've not ruled it there are looking through the uh computer and whatever other devices he doesn't have a social media footprint really lucky was sixty four years old uh so that's not you know that's not surprising of but you know i look like quadruple down on this thing so there might be something to.

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