18 Burst results for "University Of Notre Dame"
"university notre dame" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Rights not to chip away at anything and all of these issues. All these issues even the issue of abortion in a hundred percent pro-life even these issues of abortion that the federal government these faceless bureaucrats and politicians in far off bubbly washington. Dc they trying to dictate the way that we raise our families the way that we run our businesses this coming from the federal government. We've let it get out of hand those type of issues even an issue. I say of abortion. It needs to be ratcheted down state level more local levels of government that are actually accountable because thus far the federal government is so out of control. Obviously there isn't accountability and so governor. What is a young woman supposed to do. If they're saying you gotta get vaccinated by august tenth or else. You can't go back to college. you've got to get back centre else. You can't have a job. That's the number one question that we get right now. My i don't wanna say advice. I'll just say my own piece. Is that for me. I would do. I'd find a new school. I'd work remotely whatever it is. That's my own personal prerogative. But what are they supposed to do. Governor wow and that is a great question and that's why a gathering like this is so important so that we can be empowered and know that there are a lot of us we do have to unify over this issue and we have to protest it so it doesn't get to that point the decision makers the quote unquote leaders. Who are probably going to tell us that they need to be told. We're not gonna take it. This time enough is enough and we're not going to just sit back. I'll we did sit back when all this was rolled out right. I was kind of shocked that. Wow we're a bunch of sheep all just know a couple of government bureaucrats telling us that we're going to not be able to go to church or because the rules were so inconsistent. I could've gone there with some of it. Had they been consistent and scientifically based but because they've been so inconsistent dirt from the roll out on there hasn't been competence in our government leaders with this issue. They're not any smarter than anybody else. Obviously based on the decisions that they have made that have adversely affected us decisions that haven't been based on science. They need to be reminded of that. They're reminded of that by us standing up protesting. What it is that they want to do. Unifying around the issue. And like i say saying literally enough is enough. We're gonna go there with this one. And i totally agree. And if those of you that are struggling with it you have to find some point of leverage and you might not have a lot of leverage by the way you might just be an entry level worker. And you're like i'm totally at their mercy. Then you don't have leverage but you wouldn't university have more leverage than you might think you go to a state school find a state legislator if you live in a republican state if you go to a private school go find the big donors in contact them for example. Anyone catholic in here. Every catholic in the country should contact university notre dame and say why are you requiring mandatory vaccines for every student to go back to university notre dame. Why is that happening. So let me re. If you are a catholic you should contact the university of notre dame and say. How dare you do this. I will never give you another dime. I'll never speak favorably about you. And i think that you are in violation of exactly what the catholic church stands for. That is what needs to happen. And you might not have any leverage. But i tell you right now most of you in these situations have a lot more leverage and you might think for every one of you. That's anxious about mandatory vaccinations. They are hundreds of thousands of students that share that alongside of you and speaking out to make that difference. That's right and i know that it isn't an easy issue. And charlie and i both know. Yeah it's not easy. If you feel alone standing up against you know. The bureaucracy ended up against the man insane. Though that you're not gonna take it. I know personally. It's tough my my youngest. Trig in fact she had assigned for triggered just about made me cry. My son trig who has special needs he was born with an extra chromosome has down syndrome. My kid has more chromosomes than any of you. So we won so trig though going to a wonderful public school that thankfully our district does put resources into the some therapy. Some things that a child with special needs needs. I want to have to take him out of that school. But you're right. We do all have to have that line that i would have. I would take him out of school. 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"university notre dame" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The games you know. It's interesting as i sit here. And i listen to you lou and i think about you as a builder because that indeed is what you are but yet you build your like a craftsman you build things in a way that was done in a craftsmanlike way but then all of a sudden you get prefab products now. I know i'm being simplistic with this example. But i am. I correct on that that it was hard for you to get people to see a craftsmanlike way of playing football of conducting yourself in this day and age and it's reflection of society morning us more difficult now because you know sportscenter that ten second you know everybody doing a dancing alone and getting up and people's faith as watching a game not long ago on the teams getting beat by about four touchdowns at cornerback a gut and beat about three straight time and finding octa pass down he gets up and beats himself on the chance to walk around like lakey king com or conquer the world or something like that. Well did he do then when he got beat the three time. I just think it's a team game. I think that's what life's all about and you know i'm wondering fashioned people but i believe that i believe in the bottom of my heart that the greatest things i learned about the game of football were in the locker room after shared sentiments with each other near worked. And you're sacrificing you everything it. It took the play the game when it really dawned on me. Probably more than ever was I was watching a classic football game but it was arkansas. Texas game nineteenth sixty nine. I think it was fourteen. Thirteen game coach brose and coach royal and i call them both in there today in wrote him a letter in writing just so they'd have just to tell them what a pleasure was to choose teams play how fundamental labor. And how good. They were how they did their job. And you know played free. And yeah i just think that's a great thing about the game. And maybe i'm a purist way. Maybe i'm old fashioned etcetera. But i do believe that the people that understand the true value of the game and the sacrifice and caring about your team mates etcetera those little ones gonna wanna be ultra successful in life. And i'm not just talking about football. Yeah maybe that's the way to be a better football player. I don't know. But i do know this way to succeed in. Life is the perseverance to believe and to work. Make a sacrifice i- anytime i see somebody successfully mentally think of the sacrifices they had to make and their families had to make your very successful announcer. Radio got a great sport. Show then for years but sacrifices you had to make in order to be successful because if you don't make sacrifice you can't be successful and that's true in any field of endeavor. You're you're absolutely right about that and lewis. You're talking. I automatically hearken back to an evening that i spent in the early part of my career when i was doing the university of washington. Football games jim. Owens was the coach up there. And darrell royal. Who was his good friend. And they were playing each other down in austin texas and i'll never forget the evening that i happen to be just kind of a fly on the wall. Listening to these two men talk as you just talked about your profession in the love for it and then how the men that would commit themselves beyond just what had to be done in practice and what had to be done on saturday and it's just a lost art and i don't mean to say that i'm going to be anchored in the past but you really hope maybe you can find a medium ground are. Are you optimistic. That maybe that that pendulum will swing back to the the way that you and i just talked about football. It's pretty much a co a microcosm of society Our society changes back that way to a certain extent. But i never let the great football players a lot of great people in the game. I don't wish to classify everybody. You know you just talking about generally the mainstream but were you went to the teams or ultra successful college or pro. You find the people. They have tremendous respect for each other and bonding with one. Another doesn't have be a personal love. You know your family being. You have the same last name. I mean you have the same address but what it does mean as you're not going to let each other down you can count on one another and you know in the game. You're going to say tomorrow. You'll see that bonding and here. You have a freshman peterson and You know bush. Even last year for usc freshman comes in and takes starting position away from upperclassmen. And there's no resentment there's no better it's just. Hey welcome to the family We'll help you you help us. That's a great thing about. That's why i love to watch the games where for championship game demar bogue as for teams. You know that have made a sacrifice to be there. The other thing too is You know as you talked about. Getting camaraderie and family like atmosphere in football. The only place that. I think we may find today. On consistent basis is with the naval academy or one of the academy teams. Because they're playing for something else other than just the ability to go on and maybe have a pro career. Do i read that right. Little tell you what we we played the academy's all three academies at one time another one i was at notre dame and i'd say you knew you're going to be better yet better athletes at 'em you know you're going to be better. Yeah but at the same time you knew they were going to play as one. They're gonna play hearts out and they were gonna play regardless of score and they were gonna play the gateway the gave is meant to be played and they really have the best athletes in the world. But but it just totally play together and You know it's fun to watch him play. I love the game of football. And i mean necessarily because it takes curry's not everybody can play the game of football. You have to pay play it with pain. It's one of the few games. This world is a lot of fun to prac- wed receiver a quarterback braxton shorts but there isn't anything fun about being the line but or a defensive lineman at practice it yet at the same time you learned so much about yourself and i've always believed lombardo my heart if an average of walked on it University where we coached and he stayed for four years and was in a major contributor as a football player but stayed in your program because he worked hard i guarantee he would be ultra successful in life later on dad and that is that is held up almost without exception. Somebody you know people like In a walk on For four years maybe they just played Just a little bit dimply an awful lot but those are the guys have gone and own. The businesses are going to be that doctors are going to be the. Ceo's are going to be the lawyers. I think of a guy you know so many of them come my but a guy named the oreo. He is a walk on out of columbus ohio university. Notre dame is a defensive back. And you know he. He didn't play a whole lot but but boy he's now a doctor. i think. Richie hill walk on. Kicker stayed the program. Now one of the major doctors. I think it's a john hopkins. The gotta be guarantee. They love to gave the football and not because they were go. Play on saturday. You can count on them. Being successful down the line lou hall says john s. We continue with more view. America's sports talk show. Your outdoor experiences could be better clearly better. Canaan sunglasses are made exclusively with polarized lenses for optimal clarity using japanese optics. Kanaan's lenses are clear lighter and stronger than other lenses. 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Lou Holtz talks Notre Dame and more
"Lua alluded to you as being a builder and again i go back to the interview which you had here in the studio with us and the obvious question from a person when you They asked you about the rumors you going to. Usc and you said usc is one of the three best jobs. And i said wait a minute. I know notre dame is one of the best. What's the third best job. And you said the one that i get and it turned out to be usc but the university of south carolina. And and i'm just wondering when you reflect back about taking over that program. Why did you take over such a struggling program. And what is it is allowed. Lou holtz everywhere. He has gone to be able to build success. What i foresee a we will not arrive. I think we had three offensive linemen on scholarship is all we had. It did have a quarterback and didn't have a running back to his per se. But you know you grin there you you just you try to fundamental you. Try to do the things that we talked about. Just you know. Build build the football team. And i have gone to six different situations in college and never inherited a winner and went to bow game no later in the second year with matter of fact after going on eleven we finished seventeenth a country next year and beat ohio state in a bowl game following here i think we finished loveth in the country. Beat state again on january one. But it's not because guy it's Coach it's all about the people. If team i mean it's about coaches and players. All all really tried to play their road and believe that you can do something. We read great fan support in south carolina. We were below eligible this year. We'd basically accepted a bowl bid and then of course after a little probably had with trump said in my last football game we decided not to go to a bowl game. I would've liked to vendor micro in a bowl game and yet at the same time within hayes and i'll have the same legacy Last was in clemson was involved. Refer also that's not a great legacy to have necessarily but it's a good football team. Many people coming back in. Like steve spurrier command. And you know he. He's a guy that likes to win. And i think he can win earlier. I believe that in the bud by heart. I think he's an excellent coach. I think the players will respond well to them. And i think we took a the longest losing program the country and took it to a bowl game and he'll take it from there to the championship level when you talk about coaching today And i think about francs being fired after he won nine games and i think about the expectations that go along ty willingham of course sopa but notre dame in his first year wins his first eight and then what has happened to him recently as well. What are the expectations of football coach at a major program today. Well i've been figured that basically very very impatient but you know they. They want instant success. One instant gratification and want to go the top. That the trina goes to the university of louisville inherits a very very good football team. From coach smith went onto michigan state. Now goes between things that a tremendous job but You know feel air. And he has those great athletes. They have great success. Urban meyer. who. I hired at university of notre dame you know he goes to Utah has instant success and everybody sitting there saying well. Hey he can do it let. Let's go get that guy that can do it here that we can win immediately will You know having code having smith there your quarterback as a pretty good asset to have it set about where somebody also had success. And i am sure they they look at it and say well gee they came in and they were down and all of a sudden they one. That's what we want to do and everybody all the fans wanted to two things who's going to be the new coach and he will be the next quarterback i. It's unbelievable i. i don't care you. You want to become unpopular to hurry. Go for being the second team quarterback to the i team the anything too is if you think about it and i was thinking about notre dame just the other day what should be their expectation level and i know the obvious as well to win championships but if you look at the landscape of football today lou there's a lot of teams that are able to get outstanding athletes that don't have the same requirements to get maybe to get into school There's a lot of schools have reputations of putting players into the pros and what have you so having said all of that. What should be the expectation at notre dame today as far as their season and their teams year in year out when further. Joyce hired may at the university of notre dame. He said. I wanna talk to you about a couple of things. Basically not negotiable. These are not negotiable university. Notre dame we are need understand. This now isn't even before i was ever offered the job at you. Know we we. We will not redshirt. We will not take transfer from junior. College will not take a transfer from another school against need search chain core curriculum classes for years of english. Three years of math through calculus at center players are going to miss practice because of late classes or or or labs or tutors or things along that line. The players are going to live on campus. We are going to have great facilities. You have nothing to do with the discipline but athlete on campus We don't pay a whole lot You're not allowed to president of the university. Notre dame was the rule when say they gave the president rates once that they could give me a raise anyone on all that and he said with the we're expecting to compete for a national championship at least once every three or four years and I didn't find anything wrong with ed. And we did the head it. I think that should be their expectations. Not necessarily this year even next year. But i do think They expect Charlie wise to compete for the national championship. And i think he will. The same things are saying about notre dame they said about whenever procedure went there years ago. They said it. When i was there i remember my first year recruiting at notre dame. My aunt had us fifty eight to sixty year before. I got there in their last football game on national television and You go into a home to recruit a young man that have all these That have all these articles in there. About how Notre dame can't win anymore and the schedules to tough. There's all this. And there's all that. And i just don't believe that i i think you know. The sec schedule's pretty tough When i was at university dame might think at fifty four percent of games ever coach there were against a top twenty five football teams. But that's part of notre dame you play the best you know. We played washington when they're really good. We played tennessee. We played texas We we we played Miami florida played. Florida state You just that's just the way you did it at notre dame and I don't think it's any different now. I might be a little bit down right now but yeah. I think it's going to be fine but lou. Isn't it a little bit different. In the sense. That i used to think of notre dame and you probably going into a home where you know it was. I want this kid. The kid's gonna sign right there. It was like with john wooden at ucla. I mean john recruiting because everybody wanted to come and play for john wooden at ucla during those particular years but now the competition it. It's almost like well. We've got a pro passing program so if you're an outstanding quarterback you're going to go to this score that school i mean isn't the the mystique oh most of notre dame and not to their own detriment or fall but isn't it a little bit perceived differently today might be but i don't think necessarily it should be. I mean on tv every saturday. One time when i said notre dame we had fifty seven players active in the nfl. The next was penn state with thirty nine and third with southern cal with thirty eight But we we had to work hard. Recruit again we. We found uphill struggle. But here's the different. We could go to california and would we went after navigate. It was us usc or ucla. When would end attack between us. Texas tech today and you went into florida as a youth. Florida state miami and florida. You went into nebraska to be between you and the university of nebraska. You could go anywhere in the country and you would have legitimate chance to recruit the best athlete in that state but you would have to use the beat. The home state and you didn't always do that but when they start talking about well. Nfl i want this type of program. Notre dame's not a four year decision. Support here decision. What do you do in your football's over guarantee you're gonna play in the nfl with china education. You'll get what are you gonna learn. And are you going to be better prepared to go in there. You know i was watching Tonight on tv On some sports show where they had the ten major mistake officials made and one of them was grown bettas called tails and the guy said hatch. And i had to laugh because a whole time as notre dame the first thing i said the locker room before the game was we will call tales. We always called. This was a game. But i just think that You're still a forty year decision. Not a four year decision. You talk about the only thing that's going to change it from where you are today to where you'll be five years from now the books you read the people you meet in a dream a dream and the baby. You're gonna meet university in our day and they're going to be the ones that are going to be illness companies and being. Ceo's and they're going to be the leaders that those are the people you're gonna come in contact with and then you get him on campus. Let them talk to your athletes now. The guy that doesn't feel comfortable in that environment isn't gonna get isn't gonna fit well notre dame anyway and now there were always people that didn't want the discipline did want the the challenge. Academically didn't want to have to work that hard on their academics guy that they won't be interested in the university of notre dame necessarily but one thing i used to laugh about was you would read. You would read these top twenty two football players in america. What schools air considered and other day. It'd be listed on about eighteen oven. Maybe seven of them. We were recruiting because we couldn't get in school academically. But they would always put notre dame was one of their schools Florida not because it made them look good so to speak and I think notre dame will get back. I really do because it's a national school a special school. One of the thing that i think is the lou holtz legacy when it comes to football in. It's almost like parenting. In a sense. You mentioned about urban meyer. I think a barry alvarez a host of other coaches you must feel awfully proud of the the legacy of lou holtz from the coaches that went on from underneath year wing onto other programs either as assistance or successful head coaches as well. I've always felt that. I learned this from woody. Hayes have an obligation to prepare your coaches to become head coaches. I'd always explain why we did things and how we did it. the philosophy at center. I think we've made it look simple that everybody would come in and they go. I can do that. I wanna be head coach. But i went down. Visit very alvorada in preparation for the bogue. Gabi speed come down and one time we had about. I don't know maybe a sixty some former graduate assistants were either in major college or professional that had been graduate assistant said many people gone on u. p. care coach for me at the university of arkansas. We we started him out You know monte kiffin coach for him in the defense coordinator tampa bay et cetera. Just you know it's just so many coaches you enjoy it and that's one of the reasons why you wanna talk to me. Now's not because. I prepare them but because of the contribution they made our success but not mind. There's there's their contribution to my success is far greater mike. Entre bution to there's
"university notre dame" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Mark Levin show pool feed for the conservative media dive in now. 8773138111 of our goals here, Ladies and gentlemen. Well is to remove Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House for the sake of the Republic and the sake of dinner so we can keep our food down. We have an excellent candidate running pack Fallon in Texas in the fourth Congressional district. Pat, How are you? Mark. It's always a spectacular day when you're in the presence of the great one. Wow. That's very kind of you. But you know how to kiss babies, too. I'm guessing I don't know. Well, Pat's That's very, very kind of you. Pat. Tell everybody a little bit about yourself. Thanks for having me on I was I'm the son of a retired schoolteachers. And my folks taught me and my sisters value two things, really, You know of an education and a strong work ethic. Instead of whining about things you want work for it. Went to the university. Notre Dame had an ROTC scholarship happen to play football for coach Holtz was also great conservative. We won the national championship my junior year, so I clearly have good timing. And then one of the air Force for four years, probably down in Texas. Sir for four years honorably and then started a decades long after your career, then Oh, wait when Obama won and want to fundamentally change America. I had to do something. I want to do my part. I never run for City Council and serving in the statehouse for six years and then in the state Senate. Now run for Congress. Now tell us about this district. The great district full of Great Americans. It's 18 counties just to the flight north into the east of Dallas. And so it starts out in Grayson and Collin County. There's always text our cannon and the Arkansas Louisiana border. Very conservative. Folks want less government. More liberty, So you would love it. You should come down to the fourth Congressional district. Anytime you beloved down here, Mark, Let me tell you some pad. I remember when that was sort of a yellow dog district many, many decades ago. What kind of a district is it now is it is a Republican marginal, You know, it's very conservative. The thing is this district's pretty special with Sam Rayburn representative now all right, and then Ralph Hall, who was a Democrat men core switched at the end, but he did vote to impeach Clinton. So Even as a Democrat. That was a good thing. And then John Radcliffe, as you know, it just don't suspect excellent job in last five years,.
"university notre dame" Discussed on WGN Radio
"NEWS Nation this hour. I'm Alexandra Bush. Republicans are expecting President Donald Trump to choose Amy Cockney Barrett as his nominee for the Supreme Court. The formal announcement is planned for this evening. Barrett lives in Indiana and is a professor at Notre Dame University. Notre Dame law professor Richard Garrett tells news nation why he thinks she would make a good pick she would bring to that body. Careful and rigorous approach the legal questions and I think she'd also bring to a really commitment to civility, professionalism and clean Democrats are concerned the process is being rushed. They also criticized the fact that Republicans are willing to call a vote so close to the election. If confirmed, Barrett would give the Supreme Court a 6 to 3 Conservative majority. Tens of thousands of people in California could have their power shut off tonight as the Pacific gas and electric utility tracks the forecast and wildfires. Hot, dry and windy weather is expected in northern and Central California. The shutoff stunt to prevent equipment damage and more fires could potentially affect 97,000 customers. More than 100 people gathered outside a downtown church in Louisville last night is unrest continued for the third night after a Kentucky grand jury announced their decision in the march, killing a Briana Taylor people remained largely peaceful. A nine PM curfew is in effect through the weekend. Oregon Governor Kate Brown is sending state troopers to Portland this weekend. There'll be helping local police control counter protests by the right wing group, Proud boys and liberal groups. State police say officers could use tear gas to disperse crowds if things get violent. In Illinois, a rescue group is fighting to keep some French Bulldogs in the United States. 20 dogs were left in a warehouse at O'Hare International Airport after getting off a royal Jordanian flight in August. On Monday, the CDC ordered that the dogs who were neglected and in bad health when they were found, take a 14 hour flight back to Jordan. Chicago French bulldog Rescue has been working to keep the dogs Kelly Hornacek is with the group. We're gonna have to go and return those dogs to the very handlers that.
"university notre dame" Discussed on WGN Radio
"NEWS Nation this hour. I'm Alexandra Bush. Republicans are expecting President Donald Trump to choose Amy Cockney Barrett as his nominee for the Supreme Court. The formal announcement is planned for this evening. Barrett lives in Indiana and is a professor at Notre Dame University. Notre Dame law professor Richard Garrett tells news nation why he thinks she would make a good pick she would bring to that body. Careful and rigorous approach the legal questions and I think she'd also bring to a really commitment to civility, professionalism and clean Democrats are concerned the process is being rushed. They also criticized the fact that Republicans are willing to call a vote so close to the election. If confirmed, Barrett would give the Supreme Court a 6 to 3 Conservative majority. Tens of thousands of people in California could have their power shut off tonight as the Pacific gas and electric utility tracks the forecast and wildfires. Hot, dry and windy weather is expected in northern and Central California. The shutoff stunt to prevent equipment damage and more fires could potentially affect 97,000 customers. More than 100 people gathered outside a downtown church in Louisville last night is unrest continued for the third night after a Kentucky grand jury announced their decision in the march, killing a Briana Taylor people remained largely peaceful. A nine PM curfew is in effect through the weekend. Oregon Governor Kate Brown is sending state troopers to Portland this weekend. There'll be helping local police control counter protests by the right wing group, Proud boys and liberal groups. State police say officers could use tear gas to disperse crowds if things get violent. In Illinois, a rescue group is fighting to keep some French Bulldogs in the United States. 20 dogs were left in a warehouse at O'Hare International Airport after getting off a royal Jordanian flight in August. On Monday, the CDC ordered that the dogs who were neglected and in bad health when they were found, take a 14 hour flight back to Jordan. Chicago French bulldog Rescue has been working to keep the dogs Kelly Hornacek is with the group. We're gonna have to go and return those dogs to the very handlers that causes fuse. Is almost too much to bear. The rescue group has a change dot org's petition, which, as of this morning has more than 30,000 signatures. Watch news Nation every night on W G in America or go to the news nation now APP for news around the clock. I'm Alexandra Bush..
"university notre dame" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel
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Experience, so you guys are doing fifth-wheels and and the travel trailers. Yes, so in the startup situation right now we launched with the high end fifth wheel, and that wheel is called. A pair is called paradigm. As the brand paradigm. Product is targeted to that fulltime it the whole time use product. It's for that. Guy That's working on the road that maybe want something that's. A little bit nicer what we did early on in our up you know we it in. At the end of Q., one of two thousand nineteen, we really took all all last summer all last. All just a really kind do product research not for us I've been in the industry for a long time and know a lot about product, but in the day we really want to make sure we were building toward the end. Consumer was wanting and some of the common pain points that they. They were seeing. How could we address those potential eight points while also building a really good looking product, and so we set out in the first six months is all we did was kind of crowd source. We launched a facebook page called the Alliance for crew, which is now out to almost five thousand people on that page and that facebook page there is I would say three quarters. Quarters of the people in that age are actual owners and I would encourage you guys to check it out. Alliance RV grew, and you'll see all sorts of comments. All sorts of feedback that we get from people that are using fifth-wheels day in and day out that really that they kind of drove out our product ID in fact decisions to get to what we came out with and what? What we launched at the very beginning of this year, and so that's kind of where we are right now and so the first party we came out with the call, the paradigm and that product with made it into nineteen different retail RV shows in January February and early March so we got excellent exposure. We had thousands and thousands of customers coming through these products whether it be an. and. Salt, Lake, city, RV show or the Tampa super show. We were in Houston. We were in Dallas. We were in the morning. We were in I'm Pittsburgh's. We were in the Syracuse, so we were in a lottery. Really shows that really. We were Austin. SAN ANTONIO We were in a lot of great shows that allow us to get great ms ability. And what we were! We're finding out. Is that as comfort coming through? They were pointing out things that they really liked. That hadn't been addressed in some the other products in the marketplace for that. So, how much did you actually have to spend on the design? Of The of the paradigm that was sounded, and they took a little longer than we anticipated. But but that's okay, because if you really want to be a game changer and really do something to set yourself apart from the normal products out there, it takes some time, so he's worked on our product plan starting in late June and really didn't finish our first fifth wheel until December. Early December, so it took us a while we maybe November, but it was. A lot of products that took a lot of time. Is Is the paradigm in. Dealers right now. Can people go and see it in person at a dealer? Yes, they can, so we have about a hundred and ten locations of dealers on. There's plenty of product that's applauding, but we're still getting product out, but it's. Kind of awesome to see and we got. Conception. I consider that some of the best the in the industry for the come on board with us I think it's really smart that you guys started the facebook. I and started to collect information about what people would want in their their fifth wheel I i. Bet you that who came up with that idea and I commend them for that because I think that's a great way to start. Well. I think it is you're right and the good news. We got good group of guys on our team that we all had connections 'cause I came from heartland. We guys on our team that came for other companies and Kinda, collectively, we were able to reach out to our network to connect with product owners known in the past, and all these people and you know array share in the information about us, and so more and more people joined, and you're right. It really kind of really. Helped US early on I must say I agree. That was a big thing for us getting that feedback early on and what we were doing as we were building our first few units first few Bentley all. We were able to take pictures and post online on facebook group and get that instant feedback. We were able to quickly turn a dying before we officially launched it. Yeah I looked at your page where you have your SORTA leadership team or your management team on there and there's a lot of. Experience even though you're a new company, the people aren't new to the industry. There's a lot of experience there. There was a lot of experience i. Have you know for. A lot of different areas. In really nice as they came from a lot of. Extreme. Each heartland grease. JAYCO. Pretty. Good at. What we're doing here.
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"That habits will have your they attack. Meaning that it hasn't been discovered like always happen the same thing again. How do you say that is zero day attack zero? They oak patient zero kind of thing. Like just exactly is the first time we see these Okay and that could happen right because obviously there's a lot of your tax things that we never seen that and that's actually what we continue to patch things right. 'cause you'll find these. These users have attack. Let's go ahead and the next version will picture. This flaw has been fixed. It's funny because I find that very scary but also very exciting at the same time. It's like man virus. Nobody has ever seen before exactly and happens every day every day and every day we learn something new in our fuel than we try to make sure that we fix it. I know we don't care about dates in this podcast this week. This reason article that came out about talking about Jeff bezos phone. Being hacked you know. They hired a consultant for around that kind of look into the phone did some forensics. And they've realized that it was actually related to A. What's up conversation that he had with a Saudi Arabia friends and like there was a video that they exchange. There's a chance that the video had some outwear a code in the video that was essentially sending data from vessels fallen to that third party or that hacker. They're still investigating because part of the problem. Was that the data that they didn't actually gripped it but it just tells you to believe just vessels can be compromised anyone's phones can be per month right so you're not safe from these things you do have to take precautions to ensure you're not not of bar. I mean if as soccer has a you know some tape on his Webcam. I have some people. That's true a about a month ago. There were reports of people saying that their cameras their security cameras at home were compromised. There was a video. I don't know if you saw this but there was a girl in a room and that somebody from Internet was talking through the camera to the girl and this video actually became viral. So you know anything can be hacked. I would devices deeply people who buy them. They don't understanding on how the camera in their home and they show you the numbers right like some people listen to this under Alexa. Maybe you are listening to this on your luxury now. So that's That's interesting to me like to me. Like broadcasting is headphones and walk. Kinda thing but if you're cooking and listening Alexa more more power to you right exactly and also those like yourself but those are the I would say you know when when it comes to social engineering which includes fishing or smashing which is phishing more than email you know. Physical or virtual thing versus Michigan is when you get phone calls. Those are very typical. Ones that people fall for. Then you have the malware type which are in different types. But that's also a very common one but this author is a physical security at that where somebody pretends at goes into a facility. Tailgating somebody you know. There's there's other ways in those other more sophisticated ways of getting into systems. But I would say for the most part the majority of viruses and things you see out there temporarily fall in one of those categories guy. This awesome awesome. I saw these things that Some security companies like Mcafee or what have you? They will hire actors to play out socially near scenarios to train their employees to actually walk them to okay so when somebody talks to you this way or beware like they're trying to get some information out of you are trying to maybe get some code. Some information that they shooting have. So yeah. That's that's something that we actually advise companies to do right. So we have a scientific. A good security program should have cyber awareness campaign and typically what that means is essentially teaching people about these ways that people can get hacked and in some cases you might WanNa even tested see people actually I sometimes companies internally. They will send fake email. Zip thanked links and if you pick on them we'll tell you you fell for this. Fisher Bay please retake straining its process for people but it's a way for you too long to learn these things right and in my case I fell for one of those sound wasn't pretty impressive. How they did. They actually misspelled my manager's name they made it look like an email from manager. And that's what we will hacker with you and I'm like. Oh Yeah I was like a robot. Click up being assigned these cyber security training for two hours. Like Oh my God. I felt like Dow happen. Only once. It's again. All it takes is one email that you click on something and compromises your entire system. I mean you have to really know what you're doing and utilize you're tired and you so I'm going to click on this and you know just like that. You can compromise your entire company. That's why it's so risky. I felt really bad because we do a lot of these campaigns as well in one test that we do we actually go into a company physically we delegate behind somebody and we dropped flash drives ahead sequel injections right so you have all these like for example you drop a flash in the kitchen right in. Typically you have a good Samaritan that goes into the kitchen. It's like Oh look somebody in trouble flash. Let me go into my computer and plug it in to see if I can find the owner and actually give it to that person when they plug it in to be nice. It's natural. I mean obviously us so. We're trying to train people but you shouldn't use blogging dry. Usb You find on on the floor and into your computer by no means because hacker could literally do that they could drop it in the main door of a building before you walk in and just to make it. Look somebody drop it. And that's exactly how to get into your system if you study a pretty well known virus Stocks Net S. T. U. X. Net basically through you to flash drives. That's how they were able to into an Iran nuclear plant and basically shut it down literally. Nuclear plants are air gap. They're not they don't actually connected to their head but that doesn't mean it's still subject to human error. I somebody in bringing in and doing certain things so it is another technique that hacker could use to basically get into your environment. Even if you think you're protected from the Internet right can still have a good Samaritan plugging something and get your entire network compromise. That's how much it takes. Yes if you see a USB drive on the floor pick it up but put it on the lost and found. Don't put in the plug it into your computer gaming looks yeah I would say bring it to the. It helped us typically what they would do a good practices plugging into computer that it's basically a sandbox environment They can see whether it's safe or not. And they will be the wants to give basically give it to the If it's true. Usb that somebody dropped they can give to that person or if it's a virus that can basically with figuring out who wise and they can do all the forensics that they need to do right but if it's a USB drive looks weird and he has a little note that says give it to the CEO. Don't trust that you know don't address. They just let it go to the guys in clinic because we were talking before sarin recording whereas I bought a talk and the other things that you know the fact that you know where that data is hosted do now lake Legally guess what. There's no loss east China. I mean who knows what they're doing with that data and a lot of people don't know that Dick Cheney's enterprise right. It's a yeah so that I think this actually a class action lawsuit happening right now here in California because student from San Diego and Again please don't send me hate mail if I give these around. But there's a class action lawsuit. Because she was throwing out the APP and you know like drafts function in your email you can drop something but not send out a. She drafted couple ticked up videos and she didn't publish them and shackling littered that and then some months later she opened it again and then she went in on her stuff had been posted. So it's like way I I don't control this. So yeah so there's a class action lawsuit than A and again this call this even Bill Congress right up a project to look into it and actually banned from the US. Government personnel devices. Again is dangerous right. You don't know where that has gone. Yeah no it's exactly right. You know luckily a lot of governments have are basically aware of these situations and as a lot of improvements especially in Europe with privacy right. They created the GDP our loss which essentially set of laws that protect consumers from getting their data. If there's a that set of laws or principles says that if somebody stores your data in Europe and you won that data to be deleted they actually have to go in and deleted. So there's things that protect the consumer and they'll save your request a copy of your data. They have to give it to you to give it to you. So if if I request a copy a Zuckerberg I want a copy of my facebook and then when you to deliver it okay. You have to comply You have to give everything and it's all thanks to all these laws that are coming out that you know how are companies. Don't follow these. Laws are significant. Finds right for these things and now in California there's a new one that's the CPA which -Fornia Consumer Product Privacy Act. And you know it's it's fairly new. You know kind of being style over the past few years now But you know we're starting to see more and more remains at the federal level or even at the state level. Create some sort of privacy rules to make sure companies are doing the right thing so it. It's a great example of of exactly an ad that I wouldn't personal use because they don't want to any of these laws thirds all out of China where basically no privacy. So that's why you need to be very careful where you decide to store your data. It's a very important thing and I think it comes down to the the power of personal choice unlike If you decide to use XYZ APP is your call but At least be aware that these things happen so you don't get taken advantage off because of something that you did Haphazardly clicking on something. You shouldn't download something. You shut down so keeping that in mind. I'm wondering you know if we can touch a little bit on the you know. Have you learned these things because I find that There's this perspective that okay. Let me I'm going to go for college in studying computer science. Oh wait maybe I need to get some certifications on this. So how do you navigate that no like that getting a masters degree on cyber security or getting some certifications? And that's a that's a great question you know. I do a lot of conferences in different universities. Notre Dame you know greater university and so forth and that's typically the question. I get from students like how do I do it? Should I go for Masters? Specializes cybersecurity triggered certifications? Should I just buy a book? Everything's my own you know. I think it's a combination of all of them..
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"Byline Lua alluded alluded to you as being a builder and again I go back to the interview which you had here in the studio with us and the the obvious question from a person when you They asked you about about the rumors. Are you going to USC and you said USC is one of the three best jobs. And I said wait a minute Lou. I know Notre Dame if. USC is one of the best. What's the third best job and you said the one that I get and it turned out to be USC but the University of South Carolina? And I'm just wondering when you reflect back about taking over that program and why did you take over such a struggling program. And what is it is allowed. Lou Holtz everywhere. He has gone to be able to build success. What my first year we will known? Eleven I think we had three offensive linemen on scholarship is all we had didn't have a quarterback and didn't ever running back as per se. But you go in there. You're just trying to go to a fundamental you. Try to do the things that we talked. Doc Biologist you know build build the football team and I have gone to six different situations in college and never inherited a winner and went to blow Game no later in the second year as matter of fact after going on eleven we finished seventeenth a country next year and beat Ohio state in a bowl game here. I think we've finished love with the country and beat Ohio state again on January one. But it's not because guy it's it's all about. The people is a team team. I mean it's about coaches and players. All all really tried The play the road and believe in it. You can do something. We Great. Fan Support reported South Carolina. We were bowl eligible this year. We'd basically accepted a bowl bid and then of course after a little probably had with trump said in my. Yeah I last football game. We decided not to go to a bowl game. I would like to end my career Aboagye but at the same time within hazing I'll have the same legacy Last game was in clubs. It was involved referral. So that's not a great legacy to have necessarily but it's a good football team. That many people coming coming back and a guy like Steve spurrier is command. And you know He. He's a guy that likes to win and I think he can win early there. I believe that in the bud by heart. They think he's an excellent coach. I think the players respond well to them and I think we took the longest losing program country and took it to a bowl game. And he'll take it from there to the championship level when you talk about coaching today And I think about Frank solids being fired after he won nine games and I think about the expectations. They go along tie willing ham of course SOPA But Notre Dame in his first year when I eight and then what has happened to him recently as well. What are the expectations expectations of a football coach at a major program today? Well I didn't figure that basically very very impatient did you know that they want instant success. They want instant gratification. Want got the topic you know. Like the Trina goes to the University of Louisville. L. Inherits a very very good football team from Coats method went on to Michigan State. Now coach between things that a tremendous job but You know fielders air. And he has great athletes they have great success. Urban Meyer who. I hired it to university. Notre Dame you know he goes to Utah has instant success. And everybody sitting there saying well Hey He can do it. Let's go get that guy that can do it here that we can win immediately immediately. Well you know Lou Heaven Coats Having spit there's your quarterback is a pretty good asset to have it other but it's where for somebody else so have success and I am sure they they look at it and say would you. They came in and they were down and all of a sudden they won. That's what we want to do and everybody all the fans WanNa know two things who's going to be the new coach and he's going to be in Mexico Order Back I. It's unbelievable I don't care so you want you want to become unpopular to hurry. Go for being the second team quarterback I mean the other thing too is If you think about got it and I was thinking about Notre Dame just the other day what should be their expectation level and I know the obvious as well to win championships but if you look at the landscape of football today a day Lou there's a lot of teams that are able to get outstanding athletes that don't have the same requirements to get maybe to get into school There's a lot of schools have reputations -tations of putting players into the pros and what have you so having said all of that. What should be the expectation at Notre Dame today as far as their season and their teams in Europe when Father Joyce hired may at the University of Notre Dame? He he said I wanNA talk to you about a couple of things basically. It's not negotiable. He's not negotiable. At the University of Notre Dame we are lead the understand. This isn't even before as ever offered the job but You know we we will not redshirt. We will not take transfer from a junior. College will not take transfer from another school against sixteen clerk. Rick and classes for years of English three years of math through calculus it center players are going to miss practice because of late classes classes or or or labs or tutors or things along that line the players are going to live on campus. We are going to have great facilities. You'll have but nothing to do with the discipline but athlete on campus We don't pay a whole lot You're not allowed to the president of the University of Notre Dame it. What's the rule? When I was there they gave? The president raised one so that they could give me a race and he went on all of that and he said and with that we're expected to compete for a national championship. I believe once every three or four years and I I didn't find anything wrong with that. And we did the head it I think it. It should be their their expectation. Not necessarily this year even next year. But I do think it They expect Charlie Weis to compete for the National National Championship. And I think he will be the same things they're saying about. Notre Dame Edna said about whenever procedure went there years ago. They said it when I was there I remember my first year recruiting at Notre Dame. My aunt had beaten his fifty eight to sixty year before I got there and their last football game on national television and So you go into a home to recruit a young man and they'd have all these That have all these articles in there. About how Notre Dame can't win anymore and the schedules to tough. There's all this and there's all that and I just don't believe that I I think it You know the SEC schedule's pretty tough When I was at university dame I think at fifty four percent of games ever coached there were against Top twenty five football teams. But but that's part of Notre Dame. Yeah you play the best you know. We played Washington when they're really good. We played Tennessee. We played Texas We we've we played Miami Florida we played Florida State You just that's just way you did it at Notre Dame and I don't think it's any different now. Yeah might be because it's a little bit down right now but yeah. I think it's going to be fine but little. Isn't it a little bit different in the sense that I I used to think of Notre Dame and you probably going into a home where you know it was I want this kid. The kids go sign right there it was like with John Wooden at Ucla La. I mean John Nearly didn't have to do that much recruiting because everybody wanted to come play for John Wooden at Ucla during those particular years but now the competition it. It's almost like well. We've got a pro passing program so if you're an outstanding quarterback you're going to go to this score that school I mean isn't the mystique. Oh most of Notre Dame and not to their own detriment or fall but isn't it a little bit perceived differently today it might be but I don't think necessarily it should be on TV every Saturday at one time. Mona's at Notre Dame. We had fifty seven players active in the NFL. The Knicks was Penn State with thirty nine and third with southern cal with thirty eight But we we had to work hard recruiting. We found an uphill struggle. But here's the difference. We could go to Cali- Oy and would we went after athlete it was between us. USC UCLA when Enda taxes it was between us. Texas Tech Am Inam. You went into Florida as a youth. Florida State Miami and Florida. You went into Nebraska to be between you and the University of Nebraska. You could go anywhere in the country and you would have a legitimate chance to recruit the best athlete and that St so you would have to use the beat. The home state and you didn't always do that but when they start talking about well. NFL and I want this type of program. Notre Dame's Dame's not a forty year decision of forty years decision. What are you GONNA do? You're football's over character. You'RE GONNA play in the NFL with China Education. You get what are you going to learn and are you going to be better prepared to go in there. I watching tonight on TV On some sports show were they had the ten major.
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"Mother who is sparking out raids with and everywhere I think she says as the mother of four boys that she thinks leggings should be banned no woman no girl should wear leggings hammer because they're too much of a distraction and she kind of came as conclusion being at church when her four boys were sitting in the PO she is Catholic you're sitting there one day mother for boys and some girls came younger girls came and sat down right in front of their pew and they were all wearing leggings mother her name by the way is Marianne and Mary Ann says she feels bad about in two different ways one she feels bad for the young girls because there are older men who are creepily staring at young girls any other pants and then she feels bad about it because her four sons are constantly being tempted and they constantly have to worry about don't look don't look don't look right and so you know there's people I think because she lives in Indiana some around the Notre Dame college university Notre Dame and so there are some Notre Dame university's female students they were protesting the mom and dad leggings day yes when everyone was wearing a run around like also but people are kind of on both sides of this issue I completely disagree with this I'm number one and because you are covered right now man days used to walk around naked so that's more tempting and okay there's the caveman argument not the strongest argument.
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"Billy Cunningham the great American about a week or two ago when there was another democratic debate completely not watch completely irrelevant your democratic popular candidates talk about imposing the social and economic policies of the Democratic Party and imposing certain requirements upon religions to do certain things and not do other things such as making sure that the gay rights agenda was taught in Catholic schools Georgetown and Notre Dame in south bend losses waiter a large extent but I read a column by bill Donahue of the Catholic League in your city that made a lot of sense to me and bill done near the Kathleen Willey welcome again of the bill Cunningham show thank you so much bill collector that may have come a long way since nineteen sixty when John F. Kennedy demanded the separation of church and state now we have many Socialista manning there be a union of church and state and the Catholic religious Christian Jewish Muslim organizations be part of the gay rights agenda how much have we changed astronomical and what's really frightening is that it's at a gallop pace even under the Obama administration which is not that long ago there was a clear animus against the religious liberty and against people say nothing like we've seen even sets this call of democratic candidates of the most anti religion friendly people we've ever seen in American history it's almost impossible to find anyone who stands up for the first amendment guarantee of religious liberty and indeed at an open patent hostility to religion is what spews out of their mouths what recently happened one of these the presidential debates was was positively mind blowing the event those of us who object we're cold beer cracks but he's he's looking for a theocracy we're looking to exercise the free exercise of religion is guaranteed under the first amendment and not be bludgeoned by these people like battle walk in others Julian holy and Castro said that is first first act as president would be to roll back religious exemptions collide with the rights of homosexuals and transgenders person persons now I don't know what that means I know it's wrong but none the less I did some Catholic priest tell me that may one will will be ordered to perform gay marriage and if that's the case that's the hell I dial and I will not do that what do you say to Catholics praise to what do you say to those who believe in Judaism a Muslim on the six what do you say about when the government begins to order them to do certain things because that's part of the gay rights agenda I think you might see some locales I don't think you'll see that the federal level I think this would be political suicide at much more optimistic on this because if they want to they want as far as I said bring it Hey let's bring it now let's get this thing settled the Supreme Court United States would never of violating basically what they're looking to do was to smash the first amendment you can't have the free exercise of religion and tell people well you can just go to church or mosque or a synagogue on the weekend and that's all the privileges would be good again now we want a vibrant public role for religion I think that these Democrats are so extreme there's so much about what American made peace and freedom from religion foundation and the others such a hatred of people of faith and Christianity in particular that I say bring it let someone the court to get it over with because I don't think they're going to win what's your feeling about some of Notre Dame some see that is the most preeminent Catholic institution in America south bend Indiana about the covering up by statues of Columbus covering up statues of Washington and Lee and others who held slaves going back in time Columbus called vicious for the names are you concerned about the drift of Catholicism towards secular humanism well I am going to reconsider at places like Georgetown University Notre Dame is a much better record which watched out under Obama bomber was there he gave one of his first speeches there two thousand nine and they made certain they said the the White House advancement out there to Georgetown to cover up the crucifix and make sure that there was no picture of Jesus in the background the people at George how to run that school have long since been really Catholic friendly you might say I did have a number of anti Catholics on the staff who teach at Georgetown they have two pro abortion clubs at Georgetown one undergraduate always the choice and one at the graduate level which said your flute the gal would be to pay for contraception so there is that problem but they can't Georgetown is long ceased to be Catholic I think the Notre Dame just hosted bill bark here about a week to go to law school this of great Catholic to the law school there today and maybe some some somebody people there on the campus but I think they're a minority unlike unlike George dealt with a rule and there's a Catholic and Jesuit college in the state of Washington that I've taken off Planned Parenthood from some sort of literature and now there's a protest under way in a Jesuit university about the Catholic faith in the state of Washington not allowing Planned Parenthood information be distributed to the coeds does end and the school is buckling to that and they might they have provided in the past what does that say it's all about how it is these people who run these goals these Catholic schools they know what they're obliged to do they know what the mission of the school is by no one was founded to do but there they don't have the courage to stand up against the secular elite who tried to beat them down this exactly bill Barr spoke about at Notre Dame and the people said oh my god what did you talk about what they're just example you just get one bill this is going on in Catholic schools going on and and private schools going to public schools this attempt to to white wash religion get it out of our society all together but I think there's too many of us on our side or willing to push back none the less it is a major fight and it shouldn't have to be applied when I was a kid and I was going up to New York in the nineteen fifties every Catholic members was a member of the Democratic Party because it was a hold to Catholics beginning between sixty eight and seventy two they they they began to become homeless some became independent some became a Republican and now with more more the recovery Republican the Republican used to be more of the the what's the stock was reported that's certainly change now a lot of lunch bucket blue collar Catholic to Polish Catholic working class guys they be they may still have been a Democrat again vacation of the pocket but they vote Republican increasing the vevo patrolled and that's why he got elected so the letter is god kept their backed up against the wall in one sense they may have the leads on their site but the grass roots people are not fooled the grassroots people beat the back a couple years ago and they'll do so again still done you the Catholic lay there's been a little bit of a dispute of light whether Catholic politicians than an actor actual abortion laws and some were not even sign on to legislation that says baby born alive can you keep a child alive are Catholics may use their Catholicism in a way to get elected and when they do they have pro abortion which is killing of the unborn legislation do you think cardinals and bishops and archbishops in Paris free should deny communion to those Catholic politicians to use their Catholicism publicly and then when given the power they make sure the lives of the unborn are taken I think most Catholics understand that it is the obligation of the local bishop to call in those Catholics who you're talking about openly and publicly denounced the Catholic teachings on issues which are mostly Catholic Church regard is intrinsically evil these are not just another issue abortion for example is intrinsically evil well if you if you continue to promote something which is intrinsically evil you or can you use the Catholic label then the local bishop is supposed to they don't always do it call that person it and bring him into dialogue have conversation with them and try to persuade him to change his ways if he does not then he can be refused to Kevin law is this society today where Catholic priests and bishops are under attack the things that they themselves have brought on but many times it's been exaggerated as the things they have not done it takes a rare priest or bishop today to stand up to this kind of muddy attack coming from the Washington post The New York Times from PBS and the MSNBC CNN and the like don't forget the college in the in universities it's really a hostile planet for people of faith which is why evangelical Catholics traditional Catholics all yeah clearly what that are excuse in that many Muslims or Mormons come together on the cultural issues with me at the logical issues that divide us but we know what what what joins us together we're we're we're against this kind of political correctness it's to radical his totalitarian what these lunatics on the left to try to do and also when I hear arguments that Planned Parenthood provides health care which I'm sure it does not use abortion health care hold the kid was just sliced and diced that's a joke do we know what Planned Parenthood there's not one big gigantic clinic and other than that I don't even do mammograms to me this is a big joke fortunately more more people getting to learn what a joke it is you shouldn't get a dime from the from the from the taxpayers and yet that that obscenity still goes on quite frankly there too many Republicans who have along with this over the years now they didn't fight all right didn't fight it Jon baited inside it they were they were practicing Catholic so I'm not as optimistic on that one hundred million dollars at least come from American taxpayers to fuel parent Planned Parenthood which is an abortion mill and seemingly we talk about a quite often whenever an act anything that changes it right John banner is a good man Paul Ryan is good man however they continue to fund Planned Parenthood saying one thing and doing another and we come to expect that heavenly yes we have and that's unfortunate thank god they're not there anymore they may be good men but they did a lousy job on this issue a long list of others but the current crop could do better on this thing here how did you you you make the taxpayer pay for the killing of an innocent unborn children I call it a right it's not a help played a role not a right is no where in the constitution it was bad jurisprudence back in nineteen seventy three and that's why I'm I I I like guys like Scalise and others who were trying to fight for the rights of children my god we we can't even protect the rights of children who are born alive after a botched abortion Golden Bear decide I don't know one Democrat he told the gathered maybe she might be one presidential cabinet Canada may not go that far but the rest of the going that way they have an opportunity to distinguish themselves from the radicals but they all collapse extremist what what the Democratic Party has become the party of a see who wants to by the way do away with the presence of hope your people understand that I have the evidence she wants to do away with all prisons she is running in the Democratic Party not closely lastly bill Donahue the Catholic like I've had this discussion with Catholic priests.
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"Bullet holes if fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom than the religiously flee inspired like bomber. That was set. Had booby trap bombs. Here in Austin was what he wasn't praying Kanat wise. I mean depends on who you ask. Actually so funny. How religion works? Why is it wrong to shoot up people in schools so the the basis of morality is about how human beings interact and so it revolves around the effect of your actions on yourself and other human beings yeah and shooting someone tends to not be beneficial for them and we? We can do the thing. Well if you have an ounce of empathy you can. Well he's saying that you can find the answers in the Bible. What is the answer shot? Now Kill Yeah but really no. He's saying unless you're unless you're Micheletti unless you have sex with another man unless you eat shellfish unless you parnes God's chosen people and get in the unless unless you beat your slave and he dies within a few days fast. Yeah that's go for the subdural Hematoma shut man Yeah so the the. It's the difference between will all if you can't explain everything to me. Then it's terrible. You should just listen to the man who thumbs the Bible the best and do whatever he says. Don't think about it. Yeah I have the only thing keeping this this guy in check from going out and shooting people is that there's a carrot of heaven and a stick of Hel held over and it's like oh he you know he's he's in this weird pre moral state where he doesn't he doesn't actually think morally he just chases is heaven and runs away from Hell that's it. That's that's his morality. Also his. His morality is submission obedience you well morality. His Code of ethics is submission and obedience to his Lord. Father Savior Daddy Eddie Papa. Sky Or whenever obedience with morality when I was in college I went to a Catholic College University. Notre Dame University and Of course we had to do our religious electives which were acura acquired. Compare you can elect to do Church One church to do three theology classes in one of them. I can't remember the name of the Class L. blurred the same but every beginning of the class every day the teachers professor would read a passage like a daily affirmation from the Bible and basically it was everything that that is good in. Your life comes from God every every failure every fault is is. You're failing your fault. I'm like right. That's not fair victim. Awesome yeah put me in a bad mood. I'm like right in my notes like cut GonNa do that. I did that you know like why. Can't I take take credit for if even even if I am a believer thinking that I have. I had the willpower. I had the judgment. I had the know how to make the right decision and feel proud about that as for instead of thinking. There's nothing good that you can do without Gods God's Grace God's enlightenment ramming my answer is you can because you did caped And they didn't even let us get blamed the devil. It was still you. Oh yeah right well no so. It's interesting because there's there's a an interesting thing. Christianity gets away with having all kinds of God ish things and still saying modern standards. Three gods is the same as one God because threes one. And if you don't understand that's because it's a mystery and if he's still question that you're wrong is is sort of what the mystery of the Trinity. Boil down to excuse me when I would talk to people about it. Inspired by Rick and Morty over here and there's a similar thing because there's cultural and regional beliefs about Jin minner basically like evil genies do shit and the question Jin of will if you believe in are afraid of Jenn than you're believing and being afraid of something that isn't a law so you're doing it wrong is nothing nothing else but along and then the world which is sort of an interesting viewpoint because basically that view and sort of the the interesting difference between Christianity and Islam on the world stage is they. Don't pray for miracles like they're not saying. Oh Jesus is GONNA come and help us win a war. It's like we're here. We know what we're doing and unless we build weapons we won't have them and unless we You know build civilization. We won't have it whatever we're talking about the the extremists obviously It's it's interesting because it's very at its core. It's like like yeah. We're doing this because God told us to do it. And at that point they're done in terms of their theology. And what you do with the God part like they don't have really release super interventionist. God creation see I have I have relatives from From Brownwood Texas and this is a real. This is the Christians that you know that God comes to them and dreams and then they'd lights in the sky new AFO so it's it's really crazy stuff there but listen to them and for being gene protected by Christ and being saved they live in terror because there is a supernatural warfare going on they believe that there is his demons surrounding them with their whole intent to try to tempt them to try to actually possess them and lead them astray. And I'm like well. Where's the got him angels Shit? Can you believe that you know this. God that that puts you in the middle of this battle and gives you know no armament issue no protection. You know you're born in the middle of born sick and sick to be well when you're if you have an addiction that's a demon possession or if you have a bad thoughts or dirty dot sore covet these are demons influencing you and I'm like well first of all you know what what defenses has this God given you to protect you against these basically demigods that are have a for some reason or so they have the whole universe to explore and manipulate but they WANNA come down here and mess with you. Make sure that you you steal that dollar from Walmart or whatever right it's it's sort of like childish. It was the third vote logic of it. It really is. I mean it was developed built in a time when the thirty years old was old so the oldest show that would have been learning a writing things. Where like? Here's who happened to survive. Event had no education so again at Brownwood. My Mom Went to visit her aunt my aunt and her sister and they were having a prayer group and it has because you do and the preacher. They're standing in a circle holding each other hands and praying and my mom had a divorce because really fragile and kind of really Moja. Aw and the the the preacher looks up above her. Is this story. They told me he looks up above her. And goes there's a star above you and then the person next to goes I see it to next next season I see it to the the all saw it except for my mom and aunt because it was behind him and I'm an asshole of always. He's been an asshole. I don't apologize for and I should've told her this identity this because I'm not right at an asshole but I said mom mother's mother dear. You're not that important for God to blow up an entire star for you to send you a message right that you didn't you can see. And it said these are the manipulation tactics of these I mean and they they were always up been arms trying to play and and try to buy tents. I don't know what the tent and I don't know why they go to academy by ten but there are for tent revivals right wait. Why wouldn't you buy your tent? Revival Revival tended academy it's quality. I don't know they were always trying to buy a tent. They were trying to raise money to buy ten. Well okay I I really hope that was just I don't know and we're not we're like I said yeah or whatever the size I'm just I I really there's a part of me that hopes that that was just a marketing ploy and that they're not that bad with tents that they're like always in need of. What did you do with the last what I gave you? Every time they talked about raising money they were making money for your head. It's a half to say something I guess. I guess it's very much like. Oh Hey God.
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"That down. But then also team across the room. French president Emmanuel Macron vowing that Paris will rebuild the cathedral which dates back to the twelfth century. However, how easy will that be doctor Koop Holly crochet from Notre Dame university Notre Dame university joins us on the live line with some answers. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. Good morning. Thank you. I am Magni. Very welcome. I imagined some of that cathedral is is irreplaceable because of the date in the age. So how do they go about replacing it? And and I mean at this point is that feasible to even do it the way it used to be. It's absolutely feasible. But it would take a lot of time at ten money to make that happen. The fire as it went down. I was observed it went and fell right in the altar creating the damage inside the shell. This don't show actually was protecting the building quite a bit. And the wooden structure off the group was about. What I see that the fire was actually happening in the attic, most of the time and just don't show actually protected being tier for some time failed. True. We'd actually created more damage inside being here of the building. But the good news or the Easter Merckel is that the altar remains kind of intact and is not damaged as extensively as one would have imagined. And the case to be well that's a miracle in itself. I've heard Dr that the repairs could take twenty years, what are you hearing about the crown of thorns in the Oregon and the other priceless artifacts inside? And how will they be stored? In the meantime, they will be taken to a secret real patient. Most probably because you know, the our match artifacts. Relics far, the Catholic tradition to lodge degree revered by many people around the world, and they will have to be saved and protected and looked at her. Damage concerns restored. They may even go to certain labs for protection and analysis, and then be brought back either in the same location or tapping another location for next year until the building actually get your store me looking at a round not twenty years. But I think I'm more optimistic because the central core has means I seen images has been protected wrong five to six years for restoration purposes. The biggest task in front of them is going to be the restoration, but quick restoration of the roof structure, which was all would that is going to be very difficult and challenging task, but that's one of protect the rest of the building's interior from external eunuch, Dr we so much. Appreciate your time. And your insight on this. We really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Doctor Koop crochet. She's an associate.
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"Station when I seven five ks yell reminder. We have a major secret this morning at seven oh five. We have a mother who is sparking outrage with women everywhere. I think she says as the mother of four boys that she thinks leggings should be banned. No woman. No girl should wear leggings ever because they're too much of a distraction, and she kind of came to the conclusion being at church when her four boys were sitting in the pew, she is Catholic you're sitting there. One day mother of four boys and some girls came younger girls came and sat down right in front of their Pugh, and they were all wearing leggings. And this mother her name, by the way is Maryanne and Maryanne says she feels bad about in two different ways one. She feels bad for the young girls because there are older men who are Qripoli staring at these young girls and yoga pants, and then she feels bad about it. Because her four sons are constantly being tempted, and they constantly have to worry about. Don't look don't look don't look, right. And so, you know, there's people I think because she lives in Indiana's ran the Notre Dame college university Notre Dame. And so there are some Notre Dame university's female students that were protesting the mom and they had leggings day. Yes. Where everyone was wearing runs weren't leg. So people are kind of on both sides of this issue. I completely disagree with his mom number one. And because you are covered right man-days used to walk around naked. So that's more tempting. And there's the caveman argument as the strongest.
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"Number one hit music station. Acidified keys yell. We have a mother who is sparking outrage with women women everywhere. I think she says as the mother of four boys that she thinks leggings should be banned. No woman. No girl should wear leggings ever because they're too much of a distraction, and she kind of came to the conclusion being at church when her four boys were sitting in the pew. She is Catholic who sitting there. One day mother of four boys and some girls came younger girls came and sat down right in front of their Pugh, and they were all wearing leggings. And this mother her name, by the way is Maryanne and Maryanne says she feels bad about it in two different ways one. She feels bad for the young girls because there are older men who are Qripoli staring at these young girls and yoga pants, and then she feels bad about it. Because her four sons are constantly being tempted, and they constantly have to worry about don't look don't look don't look. Right. And so, you know, there's people I think because she lives in Indiana's the Notre Dame college university Notre Dame. And so there are some Notre Dame university's female students that were protesting the mom and they had leggings day. Yes. Where everyone was wearing leg. So people are kind of on both sides of this issue. I completely disagree with his mom number one. And because you are covered right man-days used to walk around naked. So that's more tempting. And there's the caveman argument. That's the strongest.
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"We have a mother who is sparking outrage with women women everywhere. I think she says as the mother of four boys that she thinks leggings should be banned. No woman. No girl should wear leggings ever because they're too much of a distraction, and she kind of came to the conclusion being at church when her four boys were sitting in the pew, she is Catholic you're sitting there. One day mother of four boys and some girls came younger girls came and sat down right in front of their Pugh, and they were all wearing leggings. And this mother her name, by the way is Maryanne and Maryanne says she feels bad about it in two different ways one. She feels bad for the young girls because there are older men who are creepy staring at these young girls and yoga pants, and then she feels bad about it. Because her four sons are constantly being tempted, and they. Constantly have to worry about don't look don't look don't look. Right. And so, you know, there's people I think because she lives in Indiana's Notre Dame college university Notre Dame. And so there are some Notre Dame university's female students that were protesting the mom and they had leggings day. Yes. Everyone was wearing everyone's wearing leggings. So people are kind of on both sides of this issue. I completely disagree with his mom number one. And because you are covered right? Mandates used to walk around naked. So that's more tempting and okay. There's the caveman argument. That's the strongest.
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