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Here's a first look at Apple's $549 AirPods Max headphones

AppleInsider Podcast

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Here's a first look at Apple's $549 AirPods Max headphones

"So one of the other things on on the airpods mex so talking about its battery life. Apples claiming twenty hour battery life with these headphones. You can charge it with a five watt iphone brick. It will run for ninety minutes after just five minutes of charging and you can get the full battery life in about two hours on a five watt. But you can get a little bit faster with larger power bricks fast charging because it's not usb c the unity jozy the uscca to lightning cable the big brick. You don't get fast charging again. I kind of wish they did use c. As the connection on these devices and i also i don't know i almost wish there was an on off button because here's what you have to do. So these airpods. Max come with a case but quote unquote in the biggest air quotes possible case because basically comes they little sleeve that you slide the airpods max into and their little sleeve has a flap that closes in when they're in that case it tells the airpods max to enter the low power mode and that's how it will stay on standby for a long time if you don't put it. In that case. mk hd was saying. It takes up to two hours for them to go to sleep on their own. Not being used so you really kind of have to put it back in that little sleeve to make sure that they. The battery holds its charge. You know if you're going to throw it in a bag or whatever. So i find that strange and i also find that case. It's not a case like it's not really protective about anything there's openings everywhere they want you to carry it by the handle of like the head strap of the headphones like that is the handle. When they're in this little sleeve. And i mean let's be honest. It looks a little bit like an undergarment. I won't go into too many details about that but it just feels a little strange. I'm concerned about the price k. If it's worth the to it's worth a to if it isn't it isn't it isn't to me. It seems like you might be here. That's great buzz. While i hope they have bigger batteries in other airpods. Stir presumably there's still commit degrade as well so come a point when you're five hundred and fifty dollar had funds need tap. Their batteries replaced right. How long will that be. How degrade when we stop being twenty hours and i did see. I think the battery replacement will cost like seventy nine dollars so better than a new pair for sure. Shut

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

02:50 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"I think that's a huge mistake. I think it's a giant giant giant mistake because here's what I think I think the days of the resume over things are done. I. Just think it's finished. Your resume is literally a living resume out there on social media in your resume should be literally here's where I went to school. Here's five places I worked. There it is. The rest is all readily available I mean that's all I view what I do. It's literally living resume out there and I put it all out there for the public to consume and form their own opinion. And I think that the more we are stories or what shape us in the more we share them the more that's what it's going to endear people to the things. We're passionate about what we're trying to do and I think this industry has a lot of passion but we're just not conveying in the best light and coming back to the people that are gas lighting or or putting things out there that maybe we don't agree with or sharing photos that were like this isn't depicted of who we are. That's an. Systemic. Industry problem because of the support that they get from various companies in various organizations and they shouldn't. They shouldn't, and they should take some ownership of that. And the stories that should be being put at the forefront the great stories we do a good job putting the veteran community at the forefront we do a good job putting. We do a better job with alarm first job at the law enforcement community putting that out there we could do a better job of it now in light of things but. I'll always put more pressure on us. And I think we should but I think stories coming from the civilian community. Everyday community talking about the things that they go through talking about what provokes them while they like to do these things opens up so many more market segments that we haven't even begun to explore. And I could literally. Hold a candle to the amount of times. that. I've sat with someone in there like we didn't know that this person was there. So we didn't know that that person was out or we didn't know this person was into this or we didn't know. It's happened. And I'm like. How. Did you get into marketing? How'd you get into? You know how do you not see it? Because understanding who your customer is..

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:34 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"There's more employees that have stories like yours maybe not exactly the same, but there's a reason they got driven into that career path into that into that space and I'd like to hear their story I mean if someone stood up there and said, this is what happened to me I'd be like Damn. I never would have wanted about USCCA insurance after hearing the your story here actually makes me want to consider buying. The backpack in the the free skittles never gonNA. Make me go by. Now. But the rest of the whole purpose of it. You know what? I'm saying the fact that I have two hundred thousand and sitting there for me for my criminal defense in two million uncivil would never ever not have that ever Yuna mean left and ask less than half the price in my frigging car insurance like. That insisted no brainer. Now, there's a huge resurgence in blogging and and you know I'm glad it's come back because I think writing has a place. It's good to start to see people riding again and blogging, and even when I called the blog or the video blog or whatever you WANNA call it. And I think that there's a huge spot for that and I think that you know we don't capitalize on enough as an industry and we don't harnessing enough as an industry and even on myself and and I put it to task to other people that I work around and I'm with I think just putting your thoughts out. There is a good thing. Is a healthy thing putting some stuff down on paper he used to be. Like if you wrote, it was like therapy or if you put that stuff out, it's like therapy and it's good to kind of start to put those things out there and I just you know I look at different industries and I looked at different spaces and study them, and I try to see what they're doing I just would like to challenge the entire industry and the people in it to start to have more constructive conversations..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Right. she was an a grocery store parking lot. And there was a car that the person had not put it in park and it was rolling out of space. So she put her window down she's like Hey, your cars rolling, right? Nice Person. Right. The other person comes over to her vehicle because her window is down now grabs her by the hair pulls her head out of the window. It starts feeding her face and saying stat I F- in Business True Story. True Story I. Have a million more just like that because what I do you know what I mean I find all the time do know I couldn't listen to all that it's it's a lot if you thought Birmingham was dangerous before let's just add Kovin and all things let Li Chao let me ask you this. How does this play out? Where do you WanNa see this go between now the election and what changes do you. WanNa see at least as a whole. Did you ask me about the election. Not, I'm saying through the election. Okay. Listen because obviously. We all know it's going to get worse. So the question is depending on who gets elected. This is my personal opinion. It's. The longevity of how bad things gets is going to be based on this election one hundred percent so. All I can do is. As you pay people. Train people legally protect people like seriously it's I stay out of all the other stuff I watch every debate. You know what I'm saying I make my decision on prior I, vote you know but. All the other things politically I have no time for that in my life. Where is how does it play out for the USCCA because we're we're not we're in a bad state right now in terms of being able to manufacture and get everything out and we're not GONNA win. The reason we're GONNA be like she's we haven't seen demand leading up to it and what I'm getting at is..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Policies any moment we're going to experience the John that we experienced this morning when he was telling this. Story. Story. Oh No. I'm GonNa tell you anger the anger also. I'll tell you the problem in May the person behind me strike me dead he knows the truth. The reality of the problem is. This is the real reality. Is. A lot of marketing directors start out with noble intentions they wanna do different things. The problem is a lot of the owners and leadership step in and they fuck it all up. They. Fuck it up they they run it completely. and. You honest to God. If you go back I, think it was on Rogan he had What's his face on from Boston the comedian and he goes When he did the spotify deal he said he goes now he goes all he goes corporations are gonNA come into podcast and they're gonNA, fuck it all up because what happens is. These marketing directors, they're not bad I. Mean I can name five really good ones out there right now but the corporation step in and they say, we have a great idea. We have we're. going. To change the game You know and we're going to do this and whatever the this is. It's always such most of the time such a terrible idea. It's like it's like nineteen nineties marketing thrown up all over the table. And we've seen it over and over until a really solid point you're making right now actually. Yeah. I've been in business for years and yeah that's pretty much how it goes down. That's why Cova the best thing ever happened to marketing and firearms business covert. It's the best thing. It's the greatest thing. You're saying. You're saying you know. So the reason being is it's forcing no. The reason being is it's forcing the companies to start to think out of the box to do different it's forcing them. It's literally forcing their hand and it's forcing them to grow up a lot faster and I, think it was Brittany may who I had on shoes. The problem is a lot of the companies you meet them because she's met a million marketing rushes instructor. She's bad, ass she goes. There's a lot of Nice. Guys John. There's a lot of people that get hired that they're nice. Guy He's a nice guy though he's got a couple of years left. He's got the kids in school. He's a nice guy or they're nice. And they really don't understand what people want and they don't understand what resonates with people and they don't fully understand that to create a good program something that appeals whether it's to the women's market or to the gay and lesbian community or to any community that they're trying to reach and I even look at the the the black community and what what's going on in the fires business. There are pay close attention to it because I love seeing black NFL owners. I'm trying to get one right now I'm in the process of the folks that are speaking up in that community tactical Carl's there's a bunch of guys and they're doing some really cool stuff. You have Black Rambo out there. There's some different stuff going on and he's interesting I. got it. But like there's so many different people there in there in the they're figuring it out there coming along and they're doing their own marketing and their own take on it but. Really the reality is. Companies need to grab a hold of some of these strategies and needs to start to create strategies. The fact that they're not streaming regularly the fact that they're not even putting I mean, now you're seeing it a little bit but the fact that there's no regularity to it, it blows my mind but another aspect and other wrinkle to it is and I've talked to these companies..

John Brittany Rogan spotify NFL Cova instructor Carl Boston
"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"But unless that's back in the day, it was like the magazines on top of the car you were literally getting one tiny little segment of human beings. Just you're not even getting all men. You're getting like one tiny segment of guys that are in two girls on cars. What about the gays? Guys and And that's and that's the greater. That's the point. Is there segments abandoned? There's a lot of segments that that get abandoned in the whole equation of things, and that's part of the issue that's part of the problem in the reality is if the industry doesn't open, its is sooner with all the millions and millions of new gun owners and I say millions and millions literally. Women every women they're coming around women are doing a lot better now better I didn't say good a huge proponent of the women, but it's better they're doing better. But it's also the onus has to go back on the women. This great companies out there like I love what Amy Robbins is doing it Alexa Athletic I. There's a lot of brands that I love and support that that a rising up and started staked their claim and I think the women have to do a better job sticking that flag in the sand so to. Speak and I think that they will you have great leaders. Julie Lube. Diana. Mueller, so many great ones but the reality is we have to get their head out of their ass and realize everybody has to get their head of their ass and realize that there is a great big universe out there and you literally are abandoning so many market segments that it's not even funny. If I can sit to everybody listening and this is the truth you can think I'm a total moron. Total Moron and those. Listening May. But if I can sit here. And literally pull the people that I pull onto the show, the quality of guests, and if I had a dollar for every time. I had somebody in an audrey will tell you this that they literally like. You know I've never got to sit with someone and talk about guns this way I've never got to have a conversation like this. Well, like wow I never really understood this way. Yes. Some of that's on them, but part of it is the messaging that we're putting out there. All they see is a imag dump and the desert or are they see cheesy instagram video shoot fast guy out there. And it's it's not that's not marketing. That's not real. Well. I don't think they've identified who their marketing to I. Think it's just the same shit that has been done abroad for a very long time Marty themselves..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"It's true because I'm an instructor. So I try and like you know with. All of my post you're going to be getting information. You're beginning advice all those types of things in. Yeah. You're GonNa see pictures of Hey. I'm going out tonight I love this dress. There's dates from my blocks though let's spread this bag. Yeah. Saying and I talked about situation awareness and all that because I had a great question from a lady in class. Two weeks ago and she was like, Hey. So if you're going out and address if you're go out and going out and address and your your handbag is your gun is in your handbag, how do you get to it in time? because. I'm situationally fucking aware I never most with my back to the door I typically request a table that gives me the best vantage point. You know what I'm saying and guess what my hand would be inside my bag on my glock before the threat is within twenty feet of right like I I can see common upenn means. So Oh, plug is vogue defense like vogue. And that's the name of your company? Yes. Let me think for a second here but get a backup because we flew through seven topics. Ladies we got excited about the fashion. All right. So Here's where we are. Where we? We're talking about. The industry and all the different cultures at it. And I know Mrs. Dark Alliance says her opinions and everybody in this room has their opinions and I get it. We. Go to the shows we get it. There is ninety seven different walks of life in the firearms business. And you're seeing now even more people flood into it. and. One of the missions of the show. One of the things that I've always liked to talk about is you don't have to fit cookie cutter definition of what the industry deems is acceptable. Okay. I think that. This industry because it's been run by so many gatekeepers in so many different people that at the ground level at the high school level have always said your in your out your this your that I accept you I don't accept you i. like you every gun owner that I know has a different story. In every self defense expert I've had on the show has a different story every Percy person interested in protecting. The Second Amendment has a reason has a story as to why that is and I respect everybody story how people choose to market themselves is a function of their own attention seeking weirdness behavior whatever you WANNA call it that they look for and That's why you see the things that they do and that's fucking real. That's just it's the truth. If you WANNA flash your tits, your ask at naked do whatever you want to do all the things you do those things that that's on you. The mistake is I'm GonNa tell you tell you ladies at domestic mistake is I'm telling everybody in this room..

instructor Mrs. Dark Alliance Percy
"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:08 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"You're being kind you're being kind. USCCA employees but I can only imagine the you get that that one guy would if I You get a lot of those. Protests questions actually a lot and it's good people are asking. From, them. It's a powder keg. With from protests and can't stay away from protests. That's the advice. It, protests thing. Okay. It's an interesting one to protest thing is just the problem is what people don't understand is if you're going to take a firearm into going to introduce a firearm into that scenario, it's too much to go wrong. There's too many variables involved in the equation in my humble opinion and I'm going to leave it there hang on hang on. So this is why everybody needs to know there frigging state laws gun laws are state specific, right? So the first night of protests in Alabama. Birmingham just let let shit burn down but hoover PD was like we're not doing this. So they arrested twenty people on the first night set a precedent, right? One. Of the guys arrested he went acted fool he was arrested for having a firearm you cannot bring a firearm to a demonstration in Alabama you can even have it in your vehicle if you're going to attend a demonstration and that's a city ordinance right? State state. Yeah. So yeah, you can't bring it. So people don't get that and I'm like that's why you need to. Look at our APP and checkout laws because they're like, oh, wait. Hey, I m open caring it protests all the time I might yeah you do not in Alabama. So. Yeah we can't bring a gun to anyway. This this to money the thing you people don't understand is there's too many variables. You don't control in those scenarios, not just from a situational awareness aspect, but just even from a life, but it's just too much going on. And you're putting yourself into a ball of yarn. It's just it can unravel really quick hang on though and we saw choice..

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John Bartolo Show

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Now to bring awareness to it. USCCA is something and I'm telling me on custodian anytime is something that people need to purchase an insurance that people need to purchase a protection but also adds the training element and offers courses and everything else correct, correct. Okay. Yeah. So you can sign up for it and it's ongoing right? One, hundred hundred. You're protected for any act of self-defence. Any legal weapon whatsoever in all fifty states and technically Puerto Rico Guam too. But yeah. So it's basically it's a monthly membership and then you get access to like attorney webinars once a month which are awesome because like the one that we had think a month or two ago was based on the protest and when they turn violent and when we are not an imminent danger and we cannot act. So it's a lot of. Really. Objective is to train people. We do a lot of situation awareness training proving ground series, how to deal with an intruder in your home because we want you to survive. We do a lot of situation awareness training because here I'm certified firearm instructor. But Hey, if I'm in a shootout with somebody eight to ten feet for me, it is not a guarantee that I'm going to survive that. So I do a lot of training on situational awareness, all the things and But when the day comes that shit goes down, I have two point, two, five, million dollars sitting there for me I've got a quarter million dollars for my criminal defense and I've got two million dollars for my civil. May Civil Trial, my damages, and so it's just a good feeling just to know that. Hey, if I ever have to make a decision if somebody puts me in that position again, I will have the very best attorney available to me and paid for you know and How does what's the average cost? You know the average cost of like let of a trial like that or or how that plays out is it just varies area so much I honestly try not to give averages because it really depends it depends on if it goes through grand jury I, mean if you're looking at a full blown trial Oh, you're well into six figures past you know what I'm saying like it's it just depends on what the charges it depends on how far it goes all those things. I am I. I had A. I had a friend of mine. He had a great quote. He goes you can do anything you want in America as long as you can afford the lawyer to. Pay For it he's like OJ got off. You can do that you now J. got off right we lost civilly in law civilly yeah. It's a much lower burden of proof and people don't get that these civil suits are so common in situations like this because it's not even just a person that could see you the bad guy it's his family. It's all that we had a situation where. The intruder convicted felon mind you broken into one of our members house with a stolen firearm. Long Story. Come to find out. So interior lost his life. All right..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"And you Never WanNa think of someone you care about our love in that in that way. Ever. Now, and you're right because I'm sure that they were and that's very sad it's that that was the worst part of that day one, hundred percent the worst part. Now With okay, we're not getting into the legal ease of it all, but it's because it's not where I go but. You turn the corner at some point and all this, you turn the corner. Push through. And you develop this love for passing on the message. Well. SORTA and and how do you get into it and you just you open the phone book interest now man listen it's weird. It's just sometimes things just fall in your lap so i. saw what happened. This is why I took this job at the USCCA still what happened was? I carried everywhere I went. Everywhere, because those two years I was waiting to trial and that lasted for less than a year. So I stopped caring my firearm for over a year while this person was still walking the streets of Birmingham and the reason why was because like I said a minute ago. When I have that knowledge that firsthand knowledge I mean we we know that the the statistics you know a knife-wielding can cover twenty one feet in one and a half seconds. But I know actually how fast it's going to go down that you have to make decision to save your life. You know what? I'm saying and it terrified me it terrified me because now I became hyper aware of all dangers that were around me in public after that every center you're. Staring at a cricket shit ranch's hundred percent. So I was terrified that I was going to feel the I was in imminent deadly danger and I was gonNA react on it and the police or Itchy da or whoever would would disagree and I would go to jail. So I stopped caring my firearm for two years because of that. So what happened was I decided I was going to go back to work been trading stocks the last several years and so I Get Out of the House and go get a job. So I found came across a USCCA on linked in. Delta Defense and I was like, who are these guys? These guys. So fucking cool. You know what I mean..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:49 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Thing to say but. It's Great to see whether it's a female or male anybody come out and share these stories because. I think there's a lot of different instructors out there. And I know some people in this room understand what I'm saying there's instructors out there that teach just because they want to be the biggest bad ass in the room. And there's instructors out there that teach from very. Real operational experience. Then there's people that teach from a very serious traumatic life experience in all bring a different tone. To the teaching into the instructing. But I feel as if. This. is a part of the instructing our tone that everybody. WHO carries a firearm at some point should here it's kind of like everybody should have pizza at some point in their life, right? Like everyone should have pizza. That's just the real reality. It's some point everybody should hear. About an experience like this, the motion of what happened the trauma so they understand that. It's really a lot of people accused me of being obviously, very outspoken. Very you know you know I am who I am but I tell people this all the time they asked me you know about protecting their home or they get into that type of dialogue as he listens. One thing you have to understand you have to establish this in your mind. The moment someone kicks in a door they're knocking on the door to body lunch they're kicking the door to rape you and kill you and I'm not way because they have to understand the mindset of the person coming through the door and I can't do that as effectively as obviously you can because having lived through it. What the biggest thing is how? There's two huge things that I take away from it One is how fast. An incident like that goes down I mean it's a split second that you're gonNA have to make a decision that I am an imminent danger and I need to say my life as a second because one second too long. His hands are on you and I can tell you two hundred thirty pound men. No chance I zero zero chance whatsoever. So I am very, very aware of that. The other reason why I am so passionate about what I do..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"So you go through this experience, which is like you know you don't have to get too deep into, but you go through this experience. And obviously it's Set something off inside you. Something Chemical you know whatever? and. You take the steps empower yourself is really the best way. To look at it right here like I'm going to take these steps I didn't really have a choice. So the person was arrested two weeks after So I left Alabama immediately that night when the police left my house and I came back after I got word that they had located him be arrested the next day and so. The district attorney. told me that hey, he's got a really high. Bon Felony charges. He's GonNa be in there for a while. Right. So I'm at my house the day after this person was arrested and just get shit done and had been out of town for a while and The detective on the case called me and he said Joanna, where are you an ice that I'm in my house and he goes leave now get out he's being released. So apparently in Alabama if somebody in your family owns their home outright, they can put it up. It's property on. So this person was actually walking the streets of Birmingham for two years while I was awaiting for this to go to trial and the DA had said. Hey even with everything with your a police report nine, one, one call hospital report photos all the things. If you're not there to testify, it's really hard to get a conviction in bad guys knew that. So that's why I really didn't have a choice but to learn how to protect myself to train myself so much because. I feared every single day that this person was gonna come back and kill me. It's kind of wild in so many ways to. You can't live like that. Right like so you have to do something about it. Right? You can't. So you have to do something about it what. Made you take the first steps even. To begin to say like I. Need a protect myself. I. Need like what's The I don't know because I didn't I have the home I can admit I never had that experience. I. I can't say I had this trigger moment. What's the? You know how does that play out well So, ambulance person was released Waiting to go to. Trial. I. Moved into a hotel and the police department would patrol the parking lot for me every night but the rental house that I was in, they were not able to rewrite it, and so I couldn't get out of the lease so I had to move back into my house. And that was awful because the person obviously knew where that was and so So you're right though you do get to a point where eventually. You've got not let your guard down, but it's it's it's a law..

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"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

03:13 min | 7 months ago

"uscca" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"We have a number of sponsors that. I don't give a enough shutouts for so there's a huge list there and we've redone the website. So go check it out I wanNA thank Rhino Medals For all the tables Gallo technologies for all the walls behind us. Of course, I have to thank Blackwater ammunition stuff getting ammo today. GALCO leather geico holsters appreciate everything that they do. Always, and right on optics shuttled to on optics appreciate them. All those guys can't thank them enough to show and happened without them. Leave Review everywhere. PODCASTS are heard especially on Itunes we can always use the reviews if you haven't left a review, a M-, always doing different contests, different stuff for reviews for guys that support guys and gals that support the show so I appreciate them. Means A lot. We get a special guest today. Today's going to be a good one. I'm excited I. THINK WE'RE GONNA have a lot of fun. We're going to get into some stuff I haven't even scratched the surface with this whole crew over a USCCA. There's it's good crew there but we got a special guest today. We got the one and only. Join a Claude filter. What's going on? In house gallon it's going terrific. So this is A lot of fun because this is an organization. I. Think not a lot of people know a lot about and doesn't get enough airtime maybe right might be fair to say and I think it's worth kind of chatting about. I Wanna I, take a step back though before we get into it, I want to kind of understand because you came from the fashion industry how you ended up in this business and what the hell you doing here. Great Question. So I I grew up in Indiana. Which means that you have a gun in your hand by the time you're. But as an adult I've always lived in big cities and I even lived in a country that a that ban firearms after their first mass shooting. So I was one of the people that thought maybe guns or the problem I didn't WanNa own a gun. And then four years ago I, moved to Birmingham Alabama and roll tide roll tide, and about six months after I moved there I was attacked in my own home for seven hours. Before I was able to escape and so let's just say that I very very very quickly changed my mind about not only owning a firearm but I got I sat out the the best training that I could find I trained one on one for two months with somebody because my personal knowledge understanding what that situation looks like and how it's GonNa go down and you really have to learn how to defensively shoot to save yourself so that that's that's what it is. That's why that's why I work in this industry now because it's so important to me, well, don't just glaze over that a seven hour attack. You notice that just glaze right over don't seven hour attack is really real. You know the trauma that comes along with that and just all that's involved in everything that's encompassing. Not only just changes your tuna I think changes your tune is like a gross understatement but. If wreckage changes, your life changes your whole everything..

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Irina Falconi on Life as a Tennis Pro in the Coronavirus Era

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Irina Falconi on Life as a Tennis Pro in the Coronavirus Era

"I have. Nfl Coney as you guys know. She's a w shape pro hugely affected by the suspension We just got announced on Monday morning. That there's no w Ta play until May At at this point now the way things are going I mean I'm in New York Arenas in Orlando I'm expecting that to be pushed back more Irene out. Let's start with. What is your life like these days? Well to be honest I just got back from Sam's Club where I was able to stock on quite a bit of dried and canned goods Just because I've been hearing whispers and rumors about actual You know we're probably going to end up getting quarantined in our own homes So if that's the case I mean we're just trying to prepare ourselves early. We're not really coming contact with anyone other than people that live in the house So thankfully there is lots of trails outside that you're able to go out and no run sprint. Do Whatever You can to kind of keep your fitness up because I mean as of now as of last night The USCCA center which is only five minutes away. Where I usually train it's close. It's completely shut out. Shut down and locked up so unless you actually go to some public courts public facilities where you're not really hitting with anyone that has corona virus It's kind of hard right now and The thing is you don't WanNa be hitting too early. You don't want to peak too early since as of now it's May second. It can be even further than that so it might just be very light hitting if that for the next couple weeks but just maintaining fitness. I think is the most important thing and thankfully. My fiance built a boxing gym in the garage. So we are good to go on that on that front but Tom Yeah. You are lucky to have that because I think a lot of a lot of players will be desperate for space and room if they live in an apartment especially you have a Nice House. You have that garage. I mean that there is some positives and all this chaos when all I started unfolding in Indian Wells cancelled and all this was happening and it was like okay might be four to six weeks. Spent my initial thought was like oh well okay look. Income is obviously a problem for players. But sometimes you guys have injuries that last four to six weeks. Sometimes you have illnesses that last two to four weeks in the grand scheme of things. It doesn't seem like a very big chunk of time but now that things escalated so severely it could be three months could be six months it could be. I don't know and that's the hard part is when you're sick and injured you kind of have somewhat of an idea like hey. I'm working towards this goal now. It's like I'm working towards what? Yeah that's the other thing because for example. Let's say you do have six weeks of where you're trying to rehab from an injury. You have the option if you want to go somewhere if you WANNA go and travel if you WANNA go just go to the beach for a couple of days or anything like that. You have that luxury if you want it now in this case it's like Oh man. Flights to Costa Rica and Ecuador in Puerto Rico are like less than one hundred dollars. It's so tempting to want to go out and travel. But you can't so in a sense you know a lot of tennis players. We tend to complain that the season is long. It's very very You know it's it's tough on the body So the fact that we have this time to kind of just almost regroup. It's weird time in the year because it season just kinda started But Yeah I think it's just it's very very weird. I don't think that there's another word to put it another word that you can really describe it because I mean with the Olympics coming up I mean I'm in a situation where I have a special ranking so does that mean that my special ranking Kinda freezes because once I start my first tournament I only have a year to use up all my special ranking tournaments. So that's another thing that we're just have absolutely no clue whatsoever and with the Olympics. Coming up I mean. Do we know whether that's GonNa Happen? I mean a lot of girls are just in limbo right now. It's never a good place to be in when you're uncertain So as of now I'm just taking it day by day to be honest. I'm just enjoying the crap out of it. There's no other way to see it. You just have to see it as an opportunity And one of the things that you know you can do is Ago Christiane was posting different. Things that you can kind of do while you're in this state and You know whether it's facetime ing with people that you probably haven't talked to in a while. Learning new hobby cleaning house from you know had to tell there. There's a lot of things that can be done during this time. So I think that if you go about it the right way you can see it as a very positive thing whether it's for me whether for the world I think we just have to see it in a positive light. You'd have some positive spin on this thing. It's nice to hear but it's also I. You mentioned Christiaan heff players been talking a lot of you guys been communicating with each other. A Lot I know you're probably not hanging out a lot but has there been a conversation between you guys. I mean at the end of the day. I think a lot of the players are just kind of Speaking the same boys right now in unison which is suffering Soleil. Y'All do not go and be around other people do not put yourself at risk and do not put others at risk So I think we're all trying to find ways on how to have the new ways to work out at home because that's pretty much. What a lot of players are doing. I know I was speaking to Madison and she said. Hey We got some board games you know. So there's that so yeah. I mean there's there's a lot to do and I think a lot of players I mean it's that uncertainty but I have a feeling that they're gonNA come back pretty

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Apple is gearing up to fight the EU over the lightning connector

This Week in Tech

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Apple is gearing up to fight the EU over the lightning connector

"Apple is fighting against the EU voted. Five hundred eighty two to forty in favor of a common charging standard type C So the reason is hey. We're all buying way too. Many chargers be nice if we could reuse them and they would end up in the landfill. Apple says you'RE GONNA kill innovation because the lightning port is of course so much better than type Z. Is it no no? No No. Does the same thing right. It was better than micro. Our grant much anything's better than micro. Usb But types now they don't have that argument anymore so I think the tricky thing with that too is like you know ten years ago. The you tried to do this. But the micro chargers and you know it didn't really catch on a kind of They didn't make it a law. They did it kind of an agreement right this time. The question law right but there's also a moving target right because type C will last for ten years. And they're gonNA have to mandate another connector so like you know putting that in the hands of government regulation rather than the individual filmmakers i. I applaud the the idea behind it. I just wonder how how much it's going to be workable. I is apple going to create a second phone for the market. Are they really going to abandon the lightning port? After all the time and money they spent at it are they just going to figure out another loophole for skirting this like. I'm a little skeptical. It's actually gonNA. That's what Tim. Hardwick contention is in macrumors. He says this is just going to make apple. Make this connection lists iphone. That there's been rumors about that. Just does wireless doesn't have you poured it all. That seems just horrible. Things happen and they. They've already gotten rid of their own lightening cable. When I buy my Mac pro picking up touch it has to USB breath on it no other porn and everything else should just be that to get rid of it on their own. They know better to squeeze not because they can charge. You forty five thousand dollars for the lightning game. There is a good point to be made there. Yuba key sells The songs I use a you key to you know to log into last pass another us. High g mail highly secure things and this one has a Taipei connector on it. But there's a you you becky with a Type. C and one end in a lightning on the other. The one with lightning on it is forty dollars more than the one with just type C. You now and then away. That's how you can tell. That's the apple. Tax is forty dollars. Fun is an NFC one too though so that in theory that should work. Yeah that's actually going wireless one. Yeah right I think they'll move eventually because the lightning port will eventually just pass. It's useful in the same way. I think the issue is like they're also worried like when they abandoned the thirty pin connector. It was the right move at the time but people were not happy about that but having to replace all their stuff. I mean it softened a little bit by the fact that the USCCA is at least standard. But Yeah I I. I'm kind of picturing there being a lot of revolt when they decide to eventually abandoned lightning stuff because so many people have not only cables but accessories and peripherals. I think in the next year or two. I think they're going to have more. People are GONNA see. Yeah blame the blame. The chargers all over the place. I'd love it if there

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Stablecoins: The Big Picture with Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

08:15 min | 1 year ago

Stablecoins: The Big Picture with Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire

"Joined today by none other then the CO founder and CEO Circle. Jeremy Allaire Fun facts about Jeremy and his team. I believe one of the earliest applicants. The whole this was back in late. Two thousand thirteen at actually made through one of their board members and As fate would have a gentleman up name unders That I was considering starting a stable coin project with Way Back in two thousand thirteen hundred fourteen interviewed around the same time as I did and basically we came at around the same time and and I told him while they're gonNA make off wrong spot he said No. No no and sure enough. You guys made an offer unders left left and recently that he'll draw sorry recently he recently joined the sorry and you are now now focused on stable coins pretty much exclusively. So the the intersection there. over the course of the last six years of course there's there's been some uh some work in between between Baltimore with DC G. and some of the were yet while I was coined us It's been fascinating to watch circles evolution over time and data and I think the you're in a very good position right now on the US DC front triggered talk a bit about as it is emerging as as you know one of the leading contenders unders for what's going to be the dominant stable especially in the US dollar pegged a stable income to cover a lot of territory right now Or of course the next hour fled Germany. For for starters loved to get the quick background on you. I think some people industry no a little bit about your background Previous to to digital currency. But but let's talk about that just to to start and then the evolution of circle in your own is And then I'll maybe jumping with with a little bit of my thesis as as to where certainly goes from here and then we can talk about that around you can. You can tell me off. I am very often. It sounds fun but number you were you. Were a a a a very sharp early speculator about what we were going to be doing doing good when we were stealth back in twenty thirteen and early twenty fourteen. Yeah that's yeah yeah and You no I I think you even knew some of the internal code names. We had for different things which sort of talked aspirational about where we saw digital currency going and Yeah and we'll get to all that conversation insurance so kind of where things are today but yeah my yeah my background just for for people who aren't aware I've been working being in Internet platforms for a long time since the early nineteen nineties and I I had a background in kind of studying political economy global political economy And that's what actually drew me into the Internet in nineteen ninety and became kind of very very obsessed about what you could what you do with it and worked on multiple companies over the next. You know fifteen twenty years I think what animated those companies was excitement about the promise of open open platforms open networks permission lists access to open protocols what you could do with that information. Communication software software delivery media all these kinds of things. which were you know? I think critical kind of infrastructures built up on on the layers to the Internet from the early nineties through obviously still today And so I you know first. Business was really enabling programmers grammars to build software applications for web browsers which was quite novel in Nineteen Ninety Four nineteen ninety five Really empowering a new generation of developers to create software for new kind of model and to build kind of content applications as. We'd like to call them back Ben and that grew Into a public company and then eventually we merged with macro media one of the dominant Internet designing tools companies. And I was chief technology officer there and worked on FLASH PLATFORM BACK IN. This would have been in. You know. two thousand one two thousand two thousand three and at that time. Flash was the most ubiquitous piece of software on the Internet. Ninety eight percent computers had it. And you we could actually upgrade the runtime of the Internet in twelve of months because we could basically launch a new version of the player it was like a new almost like an operating system had a virtual machine. We were dancing programming language to do a lot more stuff than we had a set of ideas. He is that when you have broadband and Wi fi kind of lighting up which were just sort of happening end kind of user experience. The Internet could could be a lot more rich and we put underlying primitives into that platform for video and And that sort of sparked my my next like major ager passionate in which was in early two thousand and two sort of interested in you know how could you disrupt what is the television and and media distribution the newspapers coming online or magazines coming online but actually television on the Internet and started another company. Let's left macro media. Started another company called Bright Cove which is listed public company. Now J. Took public. I'm a little bit before starting circle and that was again a platform company so basically providing UH platforms for companies in developers. That wanted to you know use video do video distribution not just browsers mobile devices. TV sets all stuff. I'm and bypass the legacy system for media distribution kind of going over the top Which is the phrase that we used with a software in media communications and in a in those generations the Internet? Now you know I sort of think about things like stable coins is like we're doing an over the top Financial System by building it all on open open permission list network so it networks Protocols Deli platforms developers can build on And really trying to create a user experience money. That's really different different. But I'm the sort of a little bit of the thread that runs through it and I think in two thousand and twelve Had just taken breakoff public And like a lot of people around two thousand twelve became interested in and obsessed with cryptocurrency Not Not just you know bitcoin specifically but the broader kind of our that we could see back in early two thousand thirteen. Sean and I were batting around starting circle and Many many of the ideas that sort of animated the founding of the company on things that we imagined becoming possible are actually just just now becoming possible and so it's super exciting time in the industry. It's a super exciting time. I think also circle but it's a very exciting time for the industry where Yup many of the things that got us to found the company and belief systems about what could happen with the global financial system where you can actually start to awesome. That's emerging so that's a little background in a little bit on how I got to circle so we we glossed over Quite a bit of meet in the Middle Right in terms of Aware Circle started in where you've been last few years and when people see the focus today on Uscca the encircle pay is still integral to the wrecked it. Now so circle pay we We ended service on circle pay last year as a standalone service. So and I can talk to you the kind of which which which one of my thinking so so the the the the the current product suite includes USCC and Yes so right now we have the USD service which is available to individuals and institutions and businesses and then we have a whole new set of products that that were gearing up to launch guy. Soon

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News in Brief 09 July 2019

UN News

04:45 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 09 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations nations are not doing enough to ensure that every child goes to school and stays there by twenty thirty a k commitment of these twenty thirty global goals agenda unesco set on cheese day according to data from you ends educational scientific and cultural organization one in six youngsters aged between six and seventeen will still be out of plus decades time attendance levels are best in primary school with information from nearly one hundred and fifty countries showing that eighty four percent of children completed this fast educational taryn twenty eighteen up from seventy percent in two thousand with an extra push end investment uscca believes it getting old children into primary school is just possible civil by twenty thirty but it warms the as children get older attendance levels are much lower with four in ten children globally expected not complete secondary education by twenty thirty this figure is likely to grow to half of all youngsters in sub saharan africa forgot where the school age population is growing faster than anywhere else unesco says new cancer treatments and drugs that can be swallowed rather than injected adjusted some of their central medicines that every country should have the world health organization unsettled choose day more than one hundred and fifty countries you see you and agencies essential medicines list which contains around four hundred and sixty by to drugs deemed essential detroit public health needs the latest update adds twenty eight products the adult's at twenty three children and it will say specifies new you just put twenty six already listed products based on value for money evidence and health impacts according to w h o the five counts of therapies added to the list are regarded as the best in terms of survival rates just treat skin melanomas lung blood and prostate cancers they include to recently developed immuno therapies naval you lab and from brazil map that have delivered up to fifty percent survival rate for advanced melanoma skin cancer but until recently with incurable all the updates to the list include new oral antique arguments to prevent stroke hasn't alternative to wolfer and treatment of deep vein thrombosis these up particularly advantageous for low income countries at unlike well friend they do not require regular monitoring the issue of life threatening bleeding off the child was also addressed in this year's essential medicines last update with proposal to use champa tyson rama's dandy counties therapy oxytocin doesn't need refrigerating in related development wh as also updated it's essential diagnostics list in recognition of critical life saving importance of finding out what is wrong with patients before it's too late while the first this issued last year concentrated traded on priority diseases hiv malaria toback he likes this and hepatitis this year's list it covers mono communicable end communicable diseases and finally old grievances linked to violence perpetrated against sudanese protesters test is by security forces across the country should be investigated independently and justice must be served atop you and writes officials say don't choose day speaking at the human rights council andrew gilmore assistance extra general human rights welcomed and last week's reported power sharing deal between the transitioning military authority and civilian representatives he said you instead ready to help the country strengthen the protection of human rights as it embraced civilian rule after mass protests beginning in december last year that led to the playing of precedent alba shift for months later we encourage all parties ensued on the continue to resolve any outstanding issues through dialogue i wish they jar welcomes the agreement reached last week includes a commitment to conduct an independent investigation into the violence perpetrated against peaceful protesters more details have emerged about casualties doing the math protests that took place across their down on the thirtieth of june two thousand nineteen it's important that investigation of contribute to justice and dignity for all victims of such violence in reply sudan's osama have made a express gratitude for regional efforts to resolve tensions inside the country while also acknowledging djing be heroic and inspiring popular revolution lead in particular by young people the sudanese representative duncan fundy imminent release of all political prisoners and many others who've been arrested under a state of emergency lows along with an end to the calf you he

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"uscca" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"uscca" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You also get the home defence checklist for free and one hundred sixty four page book. It's beautiful. And I did the audio for you. This is this is a really popular piece from the USCCA or gain your confidence concealed carry confidence in home defense checklist. Free text the word get GED two eight seven two two two. It's one of the more popular giveaways that they run over there at USCCA. I'll be up there January fifth. I can't wait to go going up to the Christmas party. Taking my lovely bride with me wouldn't have some fun up in Wisconsin overnight going to be cold. But we'll be all right. Eight seven two two to text the word get G E T don't do it while you're driving real quick in Email from Janine. Wait, wait, wait, isn't it primarily the left which was fighting to legalize assisted suicide? Where someone unwanted could far more easily be euthanized without consent were murdered same thing. Of course, you always got it going on. You're absolutely correct about that. Let's go back to awro Hawkins awro. You wanted to make a point. And I'm sorry. I didn't want to have to interrupt you halfway through so go for it. You're not gonna believe this. I think I blinked on what? Oh, no. What what what were we talking about? A we were talking about those kidnapping suspect opened firing on the police, and whether or not, you know, it was a it was a good thing that that person was you know, an and home invasions and all that fun stuff. I had to flip through a bunch of emails in the break, and I have completely forgotten. But I was gonna say I'm sorry about that. Don't you be sorry about it at all? Let me tell you something. I'm not going to give away my secrets on the air, I'll embarrass myself. So I'm going to keep moving because I've done it more times than you listener will ever know, keep your eyes peeled, you may figure may know that SARS laughing in the background. Okay. But what have you one of these days? I'll tell you. If you ever hear me say this. I've completely sketched. But I'm not going to tell you that. But it does happen. All right. So Brazilian lawmakers pushing law recognizing right to own guns for self defense. This is really really big news and awro. I always find fascinating about this before. I turn you loose on your column here is that whenever you hear stories about gun, use and gun deaths from gun violence and murders and everything in the it's always the developed world. As if somehow the lives of those quote, unquote, undeveloped world, simply don't count. But if they did count the numbers that they reported to us would actually be far different than what they're giving us. I wonder if that could be part of the problem, but go for it. Deal. I want people understand. The breadth of this. They're not just pushing to make it easier. All body says be on. Although they all push. But. For recognition of go, right? Gun. So far different base that that is a imitation of our second amendment, but they're doing the law not a constitutional amendment. But hey, what a huge first step. They're going to roll back gun control. And here's the thing. The thing. That CNN will never record in your. Brazil in Brazil, solid people. Are people who part of security, so you dear policemen or military? You cannot carry a gun. So if you're law abiding throughout your day defenseless by law. All right. They raised a foul purchase age to twenty five liquid taxes on file on logical background says all these things have to happen. That's just to get a gun for home. And what it does most of my can't carry a gun on the person? They don't even go. Protect your home because there's so many hoops to jump. Yeah. They go, you know, Gabby giffords should say, well, then that's going to be a very safe place because they have all the gun control. They lead the ones we've been pushing. Well, guess what last year? Almost two hundred people a day. Not a week, not not a quarter, not a year almost two hundred people a day were killed in Brazil. That's what you got you. And you know, let me this is really good. And I think that might have been where you were going because I mentioned the Brazilian piece. I think just I think he just did it. So. Listen in October nineteenth. And you put this in the piece Bloomberg quoted Boston RO defending his support of private firearm ownership saying, and I quote, this is Brazil's. He just won Brazil's presidential election. Right. All right. He was quite why have I always defended the ownership of firearms? It's so that you upstanding citizens with a few requirements can have a weapon inside your house or your farm. If some guy breaks down the door to your house knocks down the gate of your farm. You have the right to react. Now. Let me let me let me tell you something. And Awa I'm sure you noticed listener, you some of you may some of you may not have you ever heard of the Brazilian slums. They are world famous. They're called in Portuguese favelas, and that is essentially ghetto, and that's the that's the famous Portuguese word for the slums that literally surround the countryside around Brazil. In fact, it's such a part of the fabric of Rio it's become part of the allure in the mystique of the city of of. Of of the Brazilian cities to begin with in particular Rio. Okay. I'm sure that there are no criminals, roaming, the ghettos of Rio with guns because they're all band, isn't that. Right. Awro hawkins. That's right. That's right. Remember, I just remember what I was gonna say go. Oh. Here's the deal. You were talking about people who make fun of people about keeping guns close at hand or an all time. That's what triggered it. And I just wanted to say this. This is a true story. When I put the shower, I got a gun within reach. I don't mean that I opened the shower door to get it. I don't care. If people think I'm nuts for saying. They've been bothered me at all. Because if someone gets in my house time, they're going to get all the way to let shar what am I supposed to do? Then just say well, hold on. Let me tell off. Let's talk it out. No, it doesn't work that way. So I'm one of those people the left hates because I'm always prepared. I know you are to Mark. I'm not make sure but I'm saying the people when we talk about y'all getting prepared. And having a gun in Charlotte. I tell you. Too lax visit human you've ever make your life. But one of the reasons I'm select is because I know if someone comes up wherever I I'm ready. You know? That's interesting. That's a great point. You just said I'm still axed for that reason. You know, I go back in my kids, for example, will ask that they've been asking this question for years when we go out now, I don't live in a crap hole. But I know bad things happen everywhere. I don't live in a gated community, but I know bad things happen in gated communities. I live in a really nice neighborhood. And I do but bad things happen. All around me. There are meth head tweaker losers. Breaking into stuff all over the place. The subway down the road from me been broken into the Publix grocery store been broken into twice, and I don't live, and I'm talking, you know, who lives in the neighborhood next the public's you got a couple of Braves players what I've been hall of fame lives in that neighborhood that things happen everywhere. But the reason my kids are coming reason is because I'm prepared. I would be I would be paranoid. If I wasn't prepared. And that's a mindset that the left doesn't quite understand. I don't think because to them bad things can't really happen. Unless. Yes. You live on the wrong side of the tracks into me that's kind of racist. As far as I'm concerned. Let's talk a little about Chicago, shall we? We don't have to we don't have time. But when we come back we've got a ton more stuff, including some of those headlines, I told you in the previous segment with awro Hawkins. Don't go away on what I wanna know what the Democrats are up.

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North Carolina Tar Heels beat Oregon State Beavers in longest nine-inning game in College World Series history

Popular Tech Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

North Carolina Tar Heels beat Oregon State Beavers in longest nine-inning game in College World Series history

"Felt like we're maybe got a little dicey this afternoon the rest of them are fine and you had to hit good quality shots and good putts if you wanted to make work uscca via vows to make things a little bit easier tomorrow florida does not play until tomorrow college world series did get underway today with north carolina and oregon state getting things started the beavers rank but one in the nation in the college baseball writers all but they had a disastrous third innings played horribly carolina had two runs only had two runs in and then a third scores on a passed ball by adly rush men joe cody roberts scored carolina zag haganah smash it's the empire that saved run but only for the moment a sacrifice fly with score the run to run base it by ben casts various six to one tar heels at that point and oregon state would have to battle back adly rush move the base it here it was a three run bottom of the third for oregon state six four that's as close as they got north carolina knocks off oregon state in the opening game eight to six washington mississippi state or scoreless in the top of the ninth cristiano renaldo is hat trick and portugal's three three draw with spain headline friday's opening day at the world cup today his rival for best player in the world honors lionel messi and argentina favored against iceland by now you know the population stats iceland is barely larger than escambia county sergio are guero scores a nice goal for argentina but four minutes later iceland strikes back that is alfred finnbogason he cleans it up and scores the rebound goal one one second half maximiliano mesa was tripped fouled by horder magnusson penalty kick though messy saved by honda's alderson and iceland hangs on for a one one draw with argentina and that's pretty spectacular performance and results for iceland and local soccer.

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"uscca" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"uscca" Discussed on WGTK

"To having a back on the program and i like being a guess on his show to works out well vice versa i'm talking with a w r hawkins oh awa before i go back to you and i direct my listeners real quick again over to armed and responsiblecom were given you the carjacking the video series created by the uscca referencing the fact that the doj points to the fact that there are over thirty four thousand carjackings in the united states every year and the great team of uscca wants to help you avoid that if at all possible in teach you some really cool stuff not the least of which is how to turn the table on an attacker under two seconds and that is really fun stuff to read where the y'all got or not it is it's fun to read about it's fun stuff to watching a video series armed and responsiblecom it's free but for a very very limited time armed and responsiblecom make sure to head over there a w r hawkins another happy ending story and just the headlines alone speak volumes man allegedly grabbed woman from behind fleas when she put the gun to his stomach and this again when i read the headline that you write in awro right i read every word you write every day all week long never missed one i love the fact that i know you enough that when i read a headline like that i know the story that follows it's going to be just as great as the headline it warms me at my core as a human being it warms my soul but more crossover that woman was able to defend her dignity you know again for those new listeners that you have tonight that we have tonight uh in new york and other places uh we always stress that having a gun doesn't it allows you protect your life but not just your life also your dignity there are things that can be done i'm gonna say women's particularly that don't involve killing them but but really robbed him of their dignity and this woman she could have faced of assault she could have faced the sexual assault she could have faced murder what i mean it's these things could have been wrought a phone hurt but not.

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"uscca" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"uscca" Discussed on WGTK

"Toolkit poor to become a certified instructed visit teach uscca dutta said teach uscca done texas attorney general calls for more concealed carry in the wake of deadly church shooting claire paxon said oh this is going to happen again all i can say is that in texas at least we have the opportunity to have concealed carry and so if it's a place where somebody has the ability to carry there's always the opportunity that gunman will be taken out before he has the opportunity to kill very many people we may very well seen that in texas more information will come mount about that and i can promise you when it does you will get the truth here on like what you'll get from those little i dunno whatever you want to call my who good morning america in the nbc today matt lauer dopey shows brock obama as outrun in his mouth we grieve with all the families in southern springs harmed by this act of hatred and we'll stand with the survivors as they recover may god also grant us all the wisdom to ask what concrete steps we can take to reduce violence and weaponry in our midst here's my advice to barack obama go away just go away nobody cares what you think anymore this is trump nation now kenneth goddess sting eight of your hawkins from breitbart news shock here are some from obama already no no not shocked eighty any more than i'm shocked when chris murphy turner murphy with what he said today uber blumenthal senator feinstein or return no risk the greens today of the chip with all the way it's all they have occurred go to know i like how they owe stray congress meet the air act we need to do something when you courage is something we but no one knows what they're gonna do none of them none of mk what they're gonna do one none of name one thing just one thing that they could do that would have stopped today dirt nothing the only thing that you can do to that will limit these kinds of thing is what packed and talking about which is to be sure good people are armed and ready to shoot back and that that that that kind of proactive action we need to take but there's no.

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"uscca" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"uscca" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Tailgating and fanned them like i like do you think that the tailgating in the passion of the uscca ucla fans that fritz he experienced matches the sec and big ted that a little unfair that i know i'm you're saying the sec heavy herds very unfair there's ask their professional tailgaters they live the whole year unbelievable i went to a usc tailgating had a great time it was very it was expansive now if you're gonna compare it to lsu no chance you know what i think my problem is poli i guess i'm skeptical of the fan them of the west coast and in particular la you're like i'm watching the chargers preseason games dude what are we talking about here twenty thousand people you think that's because the chargers fans are alike well were were salty already we're not gonna drive two hours for preseason football we'll go to the regular season home games and dr two hours all the stadium only seats twenty seven thousand so i hope they sell it out but like do they any confidence whatsoever on god's green earth that the los angeles chargers are going to sell out that stadium when it 70000 three years from now they better be really good right bitter be really good speaking by the way of college football andy staples will join us in about twenty minutes from sports illustrated number one is a great college football writer number two he loves food needs a former do your though he's a former college offense lineman.

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