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"victor charlie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:33 min | 10 months ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah. San Jose. Yes. Santos? Yeah. Holy copes. Confirm. Where would he find that poly culture. Hello. Unbelievable. Yeah, there it is. This role for a while. You get warmed up. I have to cut it short. Oh, man. You know where you got that from from was from a coach Bob recording one of the all time greats Coach Bob s. Oh, that's for that's for the Spartans. There. That's awesome. So anyway, Well, what we gonna do with your Niners, buddy? That's a great question. I mean, we should have known when Debo. You know what I mean? Would that happens at that point? Yeah. Blanking? Yeah, play. That's a sign. That's like what that point it was over. No, I didn't. But if we should have, like taking it as a sign, maybe, um, it was kind of like, OK, right out of the speed of the radio guy. The football gods were telling us right out of the gate. No, don't bother with this game. I know. Don't bother with this game. It was incredibly dull. And also, I felt like Did you see Shanahan after the game? Talk to the media that I did not see. I was so bored. I couldn't watch another second of those guys. He's seemed especially unhappy yesterday to me, and he talked about you decent. Very disappointed in the team. Hey, he was a femur. He kept going back to he goes. Listen, I want to give Washington a lot of credit there really Well, coach. They played really well, but he kept saying he kept going back to this point is like I know we could have played better. I know we could have played better. I know we could have played better. He kind of kept going back to that in any kitchen table, saying stuff like I have to be hard on them this week. Like it was one of them or disgruntled. Well, Shanahan point and I know maybe the you know. Have you just shut this down right away because you could, But at what point does Kyle get some of this heat? I mean, I would think at some point he's gonna have to unless it's just much the place where there and it's the rest of you. Unless you just say he just doesn't have his personnel. Well, he does. You could really say he's listening right now. He's like you gotta be blanking. He's like you go coach these guys without Debo, Kittel and Garoppolo. No, I know I know and also Murph. I think it's time like I think something's gotta be done about this whole line. Dude, they so line is it's gotta get better. McGlinchy. He's become a problem out there, dude, Mike McLintock on stopping anybody in passing situation, But he ain't stopping any. He's gonna have to Always he undersized, honestly, is he under sized because it was brought up in one of the reports that he did said he lost weight over the season. You know, it's obvious you can tell by looking at him. He's lighter. I don't know. I don't think it's helping this game. I mean, I really I don't know if it's under sized. I don't know if it's footwork. I don't know what it is, but not playing. Well. No, no. Yeah. So it got me going down The rabbit hole of I was like, there's a first round draft pick, and, you know, I mean, he had played better in the past. I thought Yes, he has. But I got me down a rabbit hole of the Niners drafts. Here we go, man. No do this. Um There's there's some. There's some roadkill out there, man. I mean, you gotta so you need to build through the draft. That's why I like you say, Brandon. I yuk like he looked great. Like 10 catches for. I read that he has a chance to pass. Jerry Rice is rookie receiving yards. Whoa! If he averages 89 yards a game for the next three games, which you know that's a It's a decent asked, but it is Hood. Do it. What? I didn't hear that. That's wild, but the way you he's in, He's a player, by the way. Yeah, yes, I got to tell you even though this guy had a play yesterday. I got to tell you, I and I know he's only a rookie, so not burying him at all. But I am going to say I have meat. I need a little more from Javon can law. I need a little. No question. No question. I mean, I think we all agree. It's been okay. Okay. He had a couple of good games. But 14 pick, you know? Yeah, so anyway, so kill on my uke this year, and then they didn't have a picture of the fifth round. So it's kind of hard to judge the rest. Fulton Mackay, Victor Charlie Woerner. Then you go to 2019. You're like, Oh, dude. Nick Bosa! Debo! Samuel! Boom! Boom, right Those aircraft. Good. Then Jalen Hurd in the third round, wasted pick. Nothing never saw him, which I'll tell you what with now ski in the fourth round. I've never believed in taking a punter in the form. Yeah, I'm with you on that. But he had a moment yesterday. But thanks to his special teams coverage with you and Dre Greenlawn. The fifth round now create Look at Greenland. Greenland is a good player. He made another one of those Greenlaw plays he could make contact. Good. He's a sound football player here and then they got just in school in the 60 s s okay, But, dude, now it gets you know, it starts getting grim 2018 Mike McGlinchy at number nine. Dante Pettus in the same ground by. That's a huge miss right then Fred Warner in the third. That's fantastic. That's great. Pick guitar. Various Maurine the third decent, You know. Yeah. Can t v Street the fourth round DJ reading the fifth round Marcel Harris in the sixth round? Not bad, but then do 2017. Here you go ready? Ready for these. Go ahead. Solomon Thomas at number three. No, clearly a mistake. Reuben Foster 31. She's Reuben Foster. My God. Kelo Witherspoon in the third round, can't get on the field and then dude, CJ Beth third in the third round E thank God for George Kettle in the fifth. He was one of the great players in franchise history. But In other words, I'm just saying Collectively, those four years there's a lot of Mrs. Yeah, lot of Mrs right. Well, what would you consider to be average Murph on the harmony like because no team hits on every single pick. Very point. Yeah. So you gotta take it like a batting average in baseball like you're not going to connect on everyone. But like, what's a good That's a good question. Like how many?.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on Giddy Up

Giddy Up

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on Giddy Up

"Another new Mound Road. Sunday we're going to tear down under segment. Of course you had to get the Flies and did you're doing stuff? And what what more is Ozzy than that now. We're going to focus something cats down under it could be promoting a fantastic business concept or whatever. Just something that we know proud of the country and we want to share something so don't even gave this responsibility to you this week. What did come up with? Yeah. Well, I figured JT. What I do is would have a bit of a look around and we'll just go back and look up what what Australia has been famous for. Yes, we know lamingtons and that sort of stuff but what really is a game-changer around the world and I figured would start with something. It's pretty bloody important Benchmark really getting much use at the minute. It's the Black Box JT the black box that you might like Asian black get that. What do you mean? Well, he has his star. He's he's lost his dad in a slot in a crash and he said losting I was he went to the wrong airport or gone kaput know Finding and he goes, well, that's not too bloody good. We've been it surely we can invent something that if a plane Goes down we can find out why and get a bit of bit of you know, Victor Charlie Charlie happening. And so he invented the black box. It's actually orange and it's International Orange and it's easy to find it's indestructible. And basically what it is is it records all the the the messages from from the the cockpit? So when captains are out on their having a chat and when it might I might I've been a cold like that it can all be recorded and it can be salvaged after it's indestructible. So the joy everything else Burns that sucker still they're bloody Brilliant Invention and as avid watcher of air crash investigations, they have helped so many a riddle. So there you go. Fantastic Ozzy invention Goodwin Donia like it. Yeah. There we go. That's the start. Of course. We gotta go out and we get there's far more modern inventions Jake Paul's he's inventing bees and we're gonna talk to we're going find out if you and bring them to down under segment not weight off. Familia Donny with.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on Giddy Up

Giddy Up

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on Giddy Up

"Another new Mound Road. Sunday we're going to tear down under segment. Of course you had to get the Flies and did you're doing stuff? And what what more is Ozzy than that now. We're going to focus something cats down under it could be promoting a fantastic business concept or whatever. Just something that we know proud of the country and we want to share something so don't even gave this responsibility to you this week. What did you come up with? Yeah. Well, I figured JT. What I do is I would have a bit of a look around and we'll just go back and look up what what Australia has been famous for. Yes, we know lamingtons and that sort of stuff but what really is a game-changer around the world and I figured I would start with something. It's pretty bloody important Benchmark really getting much use at the minute. It's the Black Box JT the black box that you might like Asian black get that. What do you mean? Well, he has his star. He's he's lost his dad in a slot in a crash and he said losting I was he went to the wrong airport or gone kaput know Finding and he goes, well, that's not too bloody good. We've been it surely we can invent something that if a plane Goes down we can find out why and get a bit of bit of you know, Victor Charlie Charlie happening. And so he invented the black box. It's actually orange and it's International Orange and it's easy to find it's indestructible. And basically what it is is it records all the the the messages from from the the cockpit? So when captains are out on their having a chat and when it might I might I've been a cold like that it can all be recorded and it can be salvaged after it's indestructible. So the joy everything else Burns that sucker still they're bloody Brilliant Invention and as avid watcher of air crash investigations, they have helped so many a riddle. So there you go. Fantastic Ozzy invention Goodwin Donia like it. Yeah. There we go. That's the start. Of course. We gotta go out and we get there's far more modern inventions Jake Paul's he's inventing bees and we're gonna talk to we're going to find out if you and bring them to down under segment not weight off. Familia Donny.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"All right, Well, I'll tell you what's going on. We've got a former Marine. Well, I can't say that cause Marines air, Always Marines. It doesn't make it if they retire. Whatever happens to him, they're always marine. But we do We have an author. His name is Fred Scofield and of Fred has written a number of books and two that I've been Reading about lately is once called the board walkers about Atlantic City and the other one is AH Run the hell that's about the drug lords and its weaves. History and facts in and out of his fictional stories here, So I wanna welcome to veterans Radio Fred Scofield in Fred. Welcome to the program. Nail. It is so great to be here work the greatest audience in the world. Absolutely absolutely. We got you know so many veterans and civilians out there that just loved listening our story of telling stories, and that's what our goal is, and you've done an excellent job. Let me share a good story with you. And it's actually not my veteran stories. The best Veterans story Best war story I've ever heard that belonged to my grand up. My grandpop. Doc was a position. He was a urologist in Philadelphia and one Pearl Harbor happened. He signed up immediately, which was kind of unusual because I come from a long line of Philadelphia Quakers in there, pacifist by nature and by doctrine, But my grandpop Doc signed up to join the Navy and what he did was follow Marines around through the South Pacific. And basically no matter what your specialty. If you were a physician in those days, and you became a physician in the Navy, you joined AA group of Physicians who all general surgeons and that became your speciality and you've patched up brains through the Pacific campaign. Grandpop Duck. I was serving in the Pacific. When somebody came into his office on the hospital ship that he was floating on. And said friend. He was also a Fred. Fred, We've got somebody special. We'd like you to see tomorrow. My grandpop Doc said. That's fine. And the next day he met with Bob Hope on my Grandpop sword, Bob hope of the clap. Which was my grandfather's big War story on for 15. Years. After that, we received Christmas cards in the family from Bob Hope and Mrs Hope every year. Interesting fact. Not many people knew about it. But my grandpop is influence was pretty strong. I thought he was a pretty great guy end up retiring, is a captain in the Navy. And his son, My dad and my uncle. We're too young to join the war effort. But when it came time for me to serve in Vietnam, I wanted to do what Grandpa doc dead, except I was not a urologist. And I, in fact for open votes, criminally get on them, and I realized the Navy was not the way to go for May Corps. And in December of 69, I was shipped the Vietnam On DH was an area called end while the end while Valley Which was at the time what was referred to as a free fun your zone, which meant essentially If you kill anything that wasn't dressed like a Marine and anything that was not dressed like the morning could basically kill you. It was a place that was kind of nasty. I had a place where a lot of people served with honor and died with honor. In fact, the youngest servicemen To die in Vietnam in combat. I was killed about 90 ft. From where I was at the end, while combat base private then Bullock. I was raised up in the Bronx actually named the street after private Bullock. Ah, an entire street through the Bronx for two years, and then they they shave that down. So when we got a blocker, too Which is why wasn't he only about he was lesson 16, wasn't it? It was 14 when he enlisted. I'll tune at Parris Island helped him get through Ah, boot camp. And when he showed up in Vietnam, I didn't know he was that young. I knew he was called the kid. I didn't realize he was 15 at the time it was killed. But He was a hero on DH Way. Still think about him in Philadelphia, where we have a Marine Corps birthday party every year. Ah, funny, warm that maybe has room for 36 people on 45,000. Maureen's show up every year and celebrate birthday in the street. Way. Still talk about private book December 1960 nines. When I arrived in Vietnam myself, I was done while I was down in three core and I was and I was an army helicopter pilot. And I didn't get up far up it. You know, I didn't get this far north as you guys were with him. It was an unusual area. We were Basically time sharing. We owned the place in the daytime, and Victor Charlie owned it after dark. I think that was suddenly it was all over the whole country. Yeah, that seem that way. So you, uh, you mentioned that you are from the Philadelphia area, and I'm originally from New Jersey myself, which is one of the really thoroughly enjoyed your story board walkers. You came to me and I left the Marine Corps. Want to college? The G I bill took care of WOL school up until the last semester. Then I had the hustle on my own to get through the rest of that ran out of G I bill benefits. Why practice? I practiced for many years in Atlantic City, and I got to know the town above ground and underground and what was going on around the town?.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on KTOK

"All the things they're doing how you may want to get involved in that but also here's the big one project child safe is twenty years old I was at the very first one of those that is where gun makers provide the money to have firearms education kits including a gun lock we did find industry have given way thirty eight million free gun locks I'm say that again we've given away thirty eight million three gun locks working with police departments the first one is twenty years ago in baton Rouge Louisiana I was there if you would like to get involved if you wanna make up my help out because it takes money to make a tax deductible donation if you want to project child safe dot org slash donate I know some people are been holding their money back don't go to the NRA the same but I want to put it somewhere where to place who gets a given gun walks away to people in there like some require before use of the people who want to have safe storage of guns people who have children in the house the store have a gun available hello mark okay that'll work learn how to use it it comes with educational material project child safe dot org slash donate all right very good all right we have election coming up very shortly here and it's a big one and there are a few areas where people may not have caught on to what's going on but one of the key states right now is Virginia and the fellow who has been on the ground in Virginia for many years make a huge difference in gun rights Philip van cleave from the Virginia citizens defensively joins us right now Philip thank you for taking some time out I know that you are an incredibly busy guy right now yeah Tom well you know all all make time to be on your short I. I really really always love your show the yes it's it's slow yes hello almost forever because it there is so much at stake so much election is Tuesday and we're we're literally holding our breath on this one because all the marbles reply basics explained that explain for those who are not there what's going on in Virginia and what could happen if it goes the other way okay well Virginia has major elections this year were one of the few states that we were really our entire General Assembly house and Senate is up for grabs on every seat in there all a hundred and forty album and Bloomberg has been pouring millions and millions into the state S. Soros trying to influence the election they basically want to point to Virginia as a as a you know what the future's going to look like for lectures next year national they're really trying to make Virginia and I'll go anti gun and what what's at stake the bills that they put in the we've been able to kill your after year they're going to come back we can't stop them we're looking at red flag wall universal background checks assault weapons bans magazine limitations it is a long long list that they want to do because they've done is they've put in there which is killed I'm saying this is not conjecture they actually have introduced these bands and these bills into the legislature itself are you able stop it and frankly it's been on party lines it's rude and what they're trying to do and what people understand you're not making this up because I get this information from other sources Bloomberg is putting millions of dollars into Virginia to switch it over to become blued become Democrat and you might explain what the situation is with the governor well the governor yeah our governor on his data perfectly clear that any gun control what allies on his desk he will sign in the program builds live on his desk and he doesn't like she will change them and send them back which you know they could get past in that case maybe not but he's ready will change them and he is one of those black face thing where he got into a scandal over them before that he was talking about killing babies after they were born nineteen year he's he's that you know you you know you deals with with children as a doctor is what his profession was but it was it was it was a bridge way too far for a whole lot of people think of a living baby did some making a decision if we're going to keep it alive when I was laying on the table hi he when he got in trouble for that and for the black face any switches over and we see this happen in other states it's which is over and jumps on gun control it's kind of like don't pay attention to that other stuff that I'm doing now talk about gun control and jump up and down on that one in the media just bites on it because they can't lay off of them it it's like a high pitch they can't lay off of it and so he's able to distract them but what I guess the question is explain to people why if you live in Pennsylvania or Ohio or Wyoming why do you care what's going on in Virginia well because they're they're again they're looking at us to be a model string we programmed stayed here if they can put this over I can tell you I've heard that they're looking at Kentucky backs and they will simply focus millions and millions and millions of dollars national turf movement but they've got so much money that you don't only if if you give gun owners out the vote what will you be able to defeat it in Virginia we have approximately two million dollars we have six hundred and sixty thousand permit holders alone if all of those people were out voted there's probably nothing we couldn't do it's just a matter of waking up all those sweeping people out there that don't realize that they've got a long images stepped on the back deck and they better do something or other they're gonna go a lot of trouble in the to explain I'm a media guy I made my living in the media for fifty years and the idea that somebody has enough money to walk into a state in the century buy up all the available advertising in the major markets because that's all you really have to do it again and we've seen it happen we seem to happen in order we have seen it happen in Washington to see that happen almost at least partly in Nevada where they just blow in there and they spend that kind of money and they just forgot to go when you're Michael Bloomberg when you have sixty billion with a B. dollars you could say we'll all go drop five million in each of the state races and that will dwarf everything else is being spent and we can simply by our way to whatever we want this point exactly for him it's pocket change for us is an unbelievable amount of money what we are there fantasize what have we had somebody that that that was on the on our side of the fence with with billion going to throw a lot of money but we just don't have it I'm all I do is I want you donations coming in from our thousands of members and we're depending on that but we do have numbers as you say yeah I guess two things one if you're in Virginia you got to go vote if you're not in Virginia and you know somebody in Virginia you have one and a half days to contact your friends and your relatives there and said look this is what this is about I don't know what you're being told but this is what's really going on and this is basically a blue verses red and blue is not just gun control blue is gun bans blue is gun confiscation in Virginia and more than that it is the test bed is the proving ground it will become the model who would become the we did it Virginia therefore we can do it everywhere and that's what really is happening here doing in California no big deal anymore nobody pays any attention to I mean they're already so far down the path but if you could take a state like Virginia really hates us because he tried to go after some of our gun dealers we got a law passed if you ever try that again it would be a felony and he would never forgive in Virginia for going after him that way okay we didn't come up with is baloney down here this is like ten years ago he's got a real really wants to put the crush on Virginia yeah he sent undercover officers down they're breaking the law buying guns illegally cross state lines it and when he had no jurisdiction in there doing it from New York so yeah he's got a mad on about that well if people know more about I guess the it's like it's almost too late and this is the whole deal but I would do or to give out your website so people know what you're doing because how long have you had Virginia citizens offensively it was formed in the end of nineteen ninety four back then we were a nation state the first thing we did ninety five was becoming shell which state very successful we've done full preemption we got rid of all local gun control although they really they want to roll back not like guaranteed a want to roll back the states that we honor to Kerry in Virginia and that'll in turn roll back our ability to killing other states again after that yes No kill reciprocity there it's a V. C. V. L. dot org right right Victor Charlie delta Lima dot O. R. G. will take care of it Philip I know you got to get back to it you're working hard thank you I were to give you my personal thank you and appreciation for.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Of the government technology and services coalition executive editor of homeland security today. Christina to NASA, Chuck what areas are particularly feeling the pinch right now, Christina. Well, I I truly believe it's it's the line folks as I was saying about being a coastguard family and having you know, this come right on the heels of Christmas, so the coach scarred petty officers association did a huge campaign to urge their congress people to pay the coast guard folks who are out there on the water's right now as we speak forty four thousand of them and have them get paid when you know, many of them don't make a lot of money, and they just have their Christmas. And then they find out that they have to work, and they're not going to get paid. So some of the banks have come out to help them navy Federal Credit Union has come out with low term loans. But I mean, what kind of policies we need to put in place to get these folks paid. I know some of some congressmen have are talk about introducing a Bill that would actually fund. And pay coast guard people who are on the front lines and other on the front line. But I think those are the folks that are hit the hardest the ones that just came off Christmas. They still have to go to work and do their jobs every day, and they're not being paid one eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six Paul and Pittsburgh next up. Hello, paul. Imo my dog phase them rather. I really feel sorry for the young lady and her family who have to go through this. But Jim I want to ask you a question. How do we make the Democrats ever understand Charlie and Julio or both? I'm sorry. Would you would you mind repeating that Paul? How do we make the democrat understand that Charlie and Julio are both in the war? Well that that's a a wartime reference. I guess I must confess. I'm not sure exactly what you're saying. I'm sorry to be up to. But but speaking in terms. Remember? Yes. But of course, it's not just you and me talking ball. I remember Victor, Charlie the Viet Cong. Yes. Indeed. And of course, being in the wire, obviously refers to parameters and the like, but speaking to the audience at large, including our guest, could you maybe rephrase that in language that is more clear to everybody. Yeah. So the young lady, okay? You got to make the democrat understand the enemy is definitely in the wire they are on the frontlines. They are pushing it our date day are in here to do harm to us. And there's no turning back. Okay. Jim knows it. I know we both been there. We both are man we understand what it's like, I really feel for you. Having to be. Scapegoat to Dylan democrat because. I can't understand it. What so ever? Well, let let's let our guest respond to what you're saying Paul again as always thank you for your service in terms of the nation being beleaguered. I I think that our guest would agree with that. I suspect that Paul probably Christine is speaking more in terms of our immediate southern border and not just a digital incursions of the like that the the Russians Chinese and others have have put forward, but to say that we're under assault. I suppose would would receive some universal agreement here. Yes. Well, I I really appreciate the call in because he really gets to the crux of the matter. And that is do you believe that we should have a border or not? And at this time, the Democrats do not feel there's a crisis on the border secretary Nielsen and President Trump feel there's a crisis on the border. So that really is the crux of the matter. If you don't believe that there in the wire, then you're not going to hold the same opinion and have the same approach. Border security. No, you're not more converse to put it more. Frankly, I far as I'm concerned, there are any number of Democrats if you held him down and administered truth serum they would admit. Yes there in the wire. But the fact that some people we don't want getting through is acceptable collateral damage as long as we get enough new people across the border who can vote presumably mostly for Democrats. Now, that's what I think you would get if you in fact held him down and administered truth serum there, not totally obtuse. They know that the enemies in the wire. But that's okay. So we're a bunch of other people that they want to get into this country. That is. And are you willing to take the risk of one bad, apple or ten bad? Apple. They are. Or a thousand bad apples. Yes. I think the answer is abundantly clear. They are absolutely willing to do that. Yes. But I think they are. I really do great. But again, you'll never hear them say that because they're too smart politically. But I think that is exactly what we have not a failure to recognize people in the wire, it's an acceptance of the fact that they're in the wire and that to me even worse Danny calls in from Sioux City, Iowa on the Bohannon show. Good evening, Danny agent. I enjoy your show a lot. Thank you. And my blood pressure is up with this topic. But I get it very simple idea. And I read it someplace I one of the news stations are they they're read. But for somebody had suggested that Trump go on and do it addressed the nation. Right. So I suggested that he knew that that the spell it out. Exactly what we're talking about the number of people who come across talked to some victims of crime from from illegals talked to subordinate patrol types. I'm not the only one. But I have publicly said, yes, if you're such a great communicator communicate because a lot of people don't understand what I thought that would be good. Is you take homeland security? Trump can go on their introduced the topic maybe global a few points. But then let homeland security present what Democrats wouldn't even listen to let them present that to the people directly. I have no problem notion, I defer to our guest, I think that that's a great idea. I think secretary Nielsen would absolutely do that. I think she does try to communicate many of her visits. Many of the work. She's doing building strategic partnerships. Much of her work. She reports on a regular basis, and as we talked about previously. She doesn't get coverage for that. But but that's why he heard has to be the president. Nobody else would attract the audience, even if some tuned in to to to hate him. I I'm sure that the the secretary could do a wonderful presentation, and nobody would watch. The president and include her as part of the presentation, but it's got to be hosted by the president. We'll take a break..

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"victor charlie" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The CEO of the government technology and services coalition executive editor of homeland security today. Christina to NASA, Chuck what areas are particularly feeling the pinch right now, Christina. Well, I truly believe it's it's the frontline folks as I was saying about being a coastguard family and having you know, this come right on the heels of Christmas. So the coach skirt petty officers association did a huge campaign to urge their congresspeople to pay the coast guard folks who are out there on the water's right now as we speak forty four thousand of them and have them get paid when you know, many of them don't make a lot of money and they just had their Christmas. And then they find out that they have to work, and they're not going to get paid. So some of the banks have come out to help them navy Federal Credit Union has come out with low term loans. But I mean, what kind of policies need to put in place to get these folks paid. I know some of some congressmen have are talking about introducing a Bill that would actually fund. And pay coast guard people who are on the frontlines and others that are on the front line. But I think those are the folks that are hit the hardest. The ones that you know, just came off of Christmas. They still have to go to work and do their jobs every day, and they're not being paid. Well, he's six six five O JIMBO our number one, eight six six five zero five four six two six Paul and Pittsburgh next up. Hello, paul. Kim. Oh, my dog phase or other. I really feel sorry for the young lady and her family who have to go through this. But Jim I want to ask you a question. How do we make the Democrats ever understand that Charlie and Julio or both? Up. Sorry. Would you would you mind repeating that Paul? How do we make Democrats understand that Charlie and Julio are both in the war? Well that that's a a wartime reference. I guess I must confess. I'm not sure exactly what you're saying. I'm sorry to be up to. But but speaking in terms better. I. Remember? Yes. But of course, it's not just you and be talking ball. I remember Victor, Charlie. The Viet Cong yesterday did. And of course, being in the wire, obviously refers to perimeters and the like, but speaking to the audience at large, including our guest, could you maybe rephrase that in in language that is more clear to everybody. Yes. To the young lady. Okay. You got to make the Democrats understand that the enemy is definitely in the wire. And they are on the frontline. They are pushing it our gate they are in here to do harm to us. And there's no turning back. Okay. Jim knows it. I know we both been there. We both served time. Be vietnam. Man. We understand what it's like, I really feel for you. Having to be a scapegoat to deal democrat because they can't seem to understand this. They have no contact whatsoever. Well, let let's let our guest respond to what you're saying Paul again as always thank you for your service in terms of the nation being beleaguered, I think that our guest would agree with that. I I suspect that Paul probably Christina's speaking more in terms of our immediate southern border and not just digital incursions of the like that the the Russians Chinese and others have have put forward, but to say that we're under assault. I suppose would would receive some universal agreement here. Yes. Well, I I really appreciate the call in because he really gets to the crux of the matter. And that is do you believe that we should have a border or not? And at this time, the Democrats do not feel there's a crisis on the border secretary Nielsen and President Trump feel there's a crisis on the border. So that really is the crux of the matter. If you don't believe that there in the wire, then you're not going to hold the same opinion and have the same approach border security. No, you're not or more converts to put it more. Frankly, I far as I'm concerned there any number of Democrats if you held him down and administered truth serum they would admit. Yes there in the wire. But the fact that some people don't want getting through is acceptable collateral damage as long as we get enough new people across the border who can vote presumably mostly for Democrats. Now, that's what I think you would get if you in fact held him down and administered true. With serum. They're not totally obtuse. They know that the enemies in the wire. But that's okay. So are a bunch of other people that they want to get into this country. That is are you? And are you willing to take the risk of one bad, apple or ten bad? Apple. Oh, they are. One thousand bad apples. Yes. I think the answer is abundantly clear. They are absolutely willing to do that. Yes. I'm not. But I think they are. I really do. Right. But again, you'll never hear them say that because they're too smart politically. But I think that is exactly what we have not a failure to recognize people in the wire, it's an acceptance of the fact that they're in the wire, and that to be even worse. Danny calls it from Sioux City, Iowa on the Bohannon show. Good evening, Danny. Aged? I enjoy your show a lot. Thank you. And my blood pressure is like up with this topic. But. I've got a very simple idea. And I read it someplace I one of the news stations are they read but somebody had suggested that come on. And do it address the nation. Right. So I suggested that he do that that that the spell it out. Exactly what we're talking about the number of people who come across talk to some victims of crime from from illegals talk to subordinate patrol types. I'm not the only one, but I have publicly said, yes, if you're such a great communicator communicate because a lot of people don't understand what I thought that would be good is is you take homeland security can go on their introduced the topic. Maybe go over a few points. But then let homeland security present what Democrats wouldn't even listen to. But then present that to the people directly. I have no problem notion, I defer to our guest, I think that's a great idea. I think secretary Nielsen would absolutely do that. I think she does try to communicate many of her visits. Many of. The work. She's doing building strategic partnerships. Much of her work. She reports on a regular basis, and as we talked about previously. She doesn't get coverage for that. But that's why it heard has to be the president. Nobody else would attract the audience, right? Even if some of them tuned in to to to hate him. Sure that the the secretary could do a wonderful presentation, and nobody would watch the president and include her as part of the presentation, but it's got to be hosted by the president. We'll take a break come back with some more one eight six six five O, JIMBO back in a moment. Hey guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle full Senate ten speed in the pro racers going to win every time but put the race around a tricycle in the eleven year old winds every time you see it's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same. If you have a job or a small business. You are writing a traceable you.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Marines on patrol made contact with the elusive enemy when the Viet Cong struck in a very Asian of his favorite tactic surprise attack from the shadows. What the PC already aware has little chance of winning a stand up like is learning is being engaged by fighting. Different from that he met and pita a decade ago is own guerrilla tactics are being turned against him, and he is frequently trapped in our ambush set up by the patrols that are moving constantly. It is through skillful patrols of many different sizes and types than our military commanders. Vietnam, maintain contact with enemy exert constant pressure, which is weakening VC's grip on areas. He has controlled for years. Terra Tara. Our success with the military action patrol and ambush act up plan, expensive civic action program continues to win the trust of the people in Vietnam are no longer afraid. Give us the information that leads to the enemies hidden caches of supplies often including of riot of weapons and to Victor Charlie himself. Every patrol of course, the way is strung with thanks. Any information, the fishes array of primitive, but surprisingly effective booby traps and obstacles with which the crafts the enemy has popped the greener. Every k must be thoroughly and cautiously explored. Even youngster plotting along the road could have grenade conceal in the heavy burden. It has happened before. Patrol must the road itself swept with mine detectors. When it moves on it binds the spider hose with snipers have been or may still be hiding, throws search, turns up pongy pets filled with needle. Sharp fan, boo sticks and sprouting everywhere. Bamboo spears the marines call Victor Charlie to fix sharp enough to Pierce, often smeared with crew voice. And made explosives are set at at the slightest. I'm trip wire. Yes, every foot of the way as strong with danger. Careful planning goes into every patrol action Lieutenant Colonel. Robert Arctic marine army members of his staff on location and possible strength of the enemy. Van elements of third marine helicopter for patrol enforce along the song river fifty miles away. Swift Hamble is expected to catch the guerrilla force. In that area. Off guard, refused danger of running into enemy. Oracular

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"victor charlie" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Do you guys know I call the via Kong Charlie, I just looked this up to make sure I wasn't accidentally being racist. Please tell us v c, Victor, Charlie, Vietnam, Charlie, there you go home today. Knock you ass- af. So that's really interesting. I had no idea. Oh, No, no, that's great. that's great. So let's get into what exactly this stuff is Agent. Orange is equal parts to chemicals and these are both herbicides, the first one you can just call it t for dash d and that's t comma, four dash d that's dyke loro finanxial acidic acid. And the second one is t- comma for comma five dash t or t four, five t that's try chloro- finanzia Siddiq acid now is so it's just to to these herbicides equal parts mixed together. You get Agent Orange and were these were these common beforehand? Yeah. These were pretty common in the United States. There used the the separate chemicals, not Agent Orange itself, who the combination of them. But yeah, the separate chemicals were common in the United States and during the manufacturer of what which one of these ingredients, the t. Four. Five t? Okay. The trichloride. Yes. So. During the manufacturer of that another chemical is produced, right? Yes. Small amounts of something called t. c. d. d. you're ready for this. Here's the last one. You got to three, seven, eight Tetra chloro- Benza dioxin and it's also referred to as dioxin dioxin and it's formed as a byproduct. Yes, it's considered a contamination in its own way. It is an unwanted growth, very similar to a weed. There you go, we'd within the urbicide, but what is it really a so glad you asked it's crazy. So it's what it. It's a kind of thing called a persistent, organic pollutant. They're they're multiple forms of dioxin when we say persistent, organic pollutant, the key word there is persistent. Yeah, once once these things get into something, they tend to stay according to the EPA. Dioxins are not make commercially, nor are they sold in the US lease. They're not supposed to be. There are several hundred different versions of this substance. We call dioxin, but they generally fall under the same three chemical families. Oh no, it's my turn. No. All right. Chlorinated die. Benzoate p dioxins Viggo chlorinated die. Benzoate furans or CD Fs and some polychlorinated biphenyls PCB's which you may have heard a long time ago on a previous episode. Oh, yeah. You've almost certainly heard of PCB's before. That's one of those Tom chemical compounds. You actually hear PCB's. This is without PCB's we stopped using those do health concerns. Right. Exactly. A little bit of foreshadow is that the stuff that's in now, thinking of BPA there's nothing. Yeah, different, but only the crinkly ones. Yeah, yeah. I remember peek behind the curtain folks. I remember a few years ago that you first told me about BPA's is always microwaving something in a plastic, like a plastic container, a Tupperware kind of thing. Yeah. I mean, it was one that you generally put in a microwave and then when I was convinced that I was going to I, I was convinced it was all over for me. It was like, here comes the cancer. I mean, we're all full of it already. There's nothing you can do. We exist in two thousand eighteen. Yeah, we're riddled with it in the nineteen seventies. We didn't have the same awareness of what the consequences of exposure to these sorts of chemicals could be and dioxin in particular, which on it. So looks like these little white crystalline needles is chemically speaking, a seminal l. Jackson level bad. I mean, we're a family show, which I say, guys, m m Murphy murdered, nailed it. Yes, it's a bad Murphy. It can because the action can cause cancer reproductive problems, developmental disorders..

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"victor charlie" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on Off The Hook

"Not just computers are great show we've did x men movie there's spike lee movie come out now called black klansman we did that we get a couple of major tv commercials some pilots take off we did a national geographic tv special docudrama call gates versus jobs couple years ago that was funded venture so we do a lot of that awful fundraising for the nonprofit and then we have you know we've pure in the middle antic chapter we do a lot of events remembers for example every month or two we have repair workshops where we do we believe in teaching philosophy we do make fair would you hope of course and we hope you know about that again this year that's probably my favorite outside our own event in fact the funny story with hope at the last hope i was demoing something that wasn't quite finished was quite working yet and if you're looking at ten for more impressed that i was making something then that i should have finished product that's definitely the spirit of activity around hope his funny evan we only have a minute left so tell us everything you can about how people can get involved with both vintage computer festival and how they can attend this weekend sure all i tick is close close to you then but when you take the door we would not sell out so again victor charlie foxtrot echo delta or type into computer federation into twitter facebook all that us on the show i promise you all the plast and i can back that up you will have a blast it's three days long it's worth every minute that that you spend there in fact i'll have to drag you away and if you don't make it down to wall new jersey definitely come to the conference july twenty three twenty second over the weekend evan and and crew will be there and you'll see all kinds of cool things there as well evan best of luck thank you for everything you've done and please keep doing it great thanks for what is on you got into like all right take care again vintage computer festival east taking place this weekend in wall new jersey the fed dot org i believe is the website to find out more information so by all means go visit that and.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on Off The Hook

"Put in my truck or or i was looking for specific thing are people trading stuff at this event it's not a swat but would you have a large consignment where you bring your right uhhuh you fill out a forum tag it we have a story small modesty and you go enjoy the show and at the end of the show you come either get your check or whatever didn't sell and we handle this for you that's great that sounds great and of course many many other enthusiasts there that you could always talk to and get gets on other shows swat absolutely okay the heart of it is an exhibition so now evan the the vintage computer festival east and we'll get into the other chapters and a moment that's taking place this weekend as you mentioned a friday or our classes saturday and sunday the main event whereas place called wall new jersey yup it's a five minutes outta road from the legendary very park okay about an hour drive south at a city if you know people say why don't we just do it in the city and the answer is cost we have a very low cost so what here for harvey base pretty awesome yeah action of all the museums and you have lots of space to a good amount of space to have all your hardware yup we have you know the whole former army base so it's pretty awesome you guys have been here you know so even for those of us who can't make it to the event what's what's a good way to start getting involved in this whole retro computing seen start learning about it sure well first of all we're going to record all talks will you know we're not going to stream them we'll record them and post them soon again on our website which is the fed victor charlie fox trot echo delta dot org you can forum and on the forums the largest discussion so in the hobby.

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"victor charlie" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"victor charlie" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Victor and i have a monocle there oh yeah baby come on he goes restaurant i got fifty types of peter no i don't even know if they make baby just gays and they go but i'm trying to buy them so don't fuck our money up which any foot baby just mad and then i got married because i was like this walla this baby jet skis and then i realized why not what why the fuck now listen kawasaki this go go what me calico facade me miro detaille calendar saw all of kids victor charlie everyone's put it up baby jetskis sidecars pussy he's not pushing philby i'm lacking but i'm not it'll get a twist i'm not a third breakfast host charlie jolie the third out there apologize will come in handy sorry but if you just keep them in the back of your trunk on the neath cleese total face as nick foul radio niggers still trying to play you fuck hey messy pre sneakers out to say it'll be jas on drinking getting a bj talk about shopping at bj's just specific now either could very true mr mr love of sample any sausages i o from my wife can take as many school they're going i hate my life giving samples it'd be fair by the hair day because they're like yo do you need this product here's wage much of way die yo you like catch up his not gallons thicker no.

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