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Mark Walters: The Left Is Going After Gun Manufacturers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 4 d ago

Mark Walters: The Left Is Going After Gun Manufacturers

"These gun makers are being thrown under the bus at this is a backdoor way to bring about a gun band. Let's get your take on that. Yeah, what's your referring to is the law that protects gun manufacturers from the criminal misuse of their products. And that law is the protection of lawful commerce in arms. We call that the PLC AA and what the left is always trying to do as they did in Connecticut with after newtown was they went after the manufacturer in this case, it was Remington, who was out of business. They were bankrupt. Remington didn't settle anything. Their insurance companies a total of four decided to walk away and not fight. And that left open what the left sees is, oh, we can do this in other states. They're attempting to do the same thing in Texas. Et cetera, but what they can't do is legislate around the Second Amendment. So what they're trying to do now is use the courts or activist courts to get around it each state has different laws. But the PLC AA, what that essentially does is you can not hold a firearms manufacturer responsible for the actions of a criminal. And we always resort back to the automobile. We do not hold Ford responsible because a drunk driver drove a Ford F one 50 into a minivan and killed a family. No one would even think of holding Ford responsible. We hold the driver responsible. And that's what has to happen in these gun cases. But this is more evidence of their hatred for our right to bear arms, our hatred for gun rights, that they would even attempt to do so. There is no equivalence whatsoever between the manufacturer of a firearm whose product was used unlawfully and the criminal themselves. We have to hold criminals responsible. And the court got it right up here in the brewing case to tie this together that we do not blame law abiding citizens who carry guns publicly for the actions of criminals, period. We're on solid footing here, although it's going to cost a lot of money to defend against these frivolous suits. But we will win. Freedom will always prevail in the long run. Carl, I believe that in my heart.

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Find Mark Walters to Learn More About the 2nd Amendment Beyond the NRA

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 sec | 4 d ago

Find Mark Walters to Learn More About the 2nd Amendment Beyond the NRA

"People where they can find you because I want them to be informed when it comes to our Second Amendment right in our rights or our God given right to be able to defend ourselves. Armed American radio Carl airs every day four to 6 p.m. eastern one to three Pacific. You can look me up at armed American radio for a station to listen or you can watch or listen to the show live on the website. And of course my huge Sunday show airing on over 200 plus radio stations for the last 14 years also available for you at armed American radio dot com. And if you want up to the minute real news separated from real opinion, you can visit armed American news to get your news specifically related to the Second Amendment. And just real quick, let me mention this for those of you that are looking for another outlet beyond the NRA to defend your rights. Mark is on the board of the Second Amendment, foundation. That's a great gun group to be a member of or a two a group to be a member of. So just I just wanted to throw that

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Mark Walters: Latest Gun Reform Will Do Nothing to Stop Crime

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 4 d ago

Mark Walters: Latest Gun Reform Will Do Nothing to Stop Crime

"And I see so many conservatives back down on this issue, hence 14 or 15 GOP senators, Mark Walters, your comment. Yeah, now you're talking about the quote unquote gun control bill that came out of the Senate. Ironic that we saw that bill passed within two days of the release of the New York case. What this did, why people are so upset about this. Why people in my circles are so upset about this gun rights activists is because we had senators in the Republican Party, corn and in particular and McConnell in particular who have now cracked the door open because and I want to put it in perspective for listeners without getting too complicated. I want to make this as simple as possible to understand because it really is basic. What you have here is not benign. It's not not sweeping gun control legislation. It is very sweeping because we have in here the red flag. Now it's not a federal red flag. It's a bribe to the states to incentivize the states by feeding them money to institute red flags, which are unconstitutional on their surface because in the United States, we do not make accusations against people and then take their things from them without due process of law. We can not add due process to a process that is unconstitutional to begin with. I hope that makes sense. Now, why did Murphy, who I believe pulled a brilliant political maneuver here, the Democrats did when they began quote unquote negotiating with Republicans about this bill, why did they pull off the two things they wanted were at the top of their wish list. A ban of firearms ownership under 21 and a quote unquote, assault weapons ban using their phrase liberally just because that's the way they phrased it in the media. So everybody understands what we're talking about. Why did they back off of those? Because these individuals know that this bill will do absolutely nothing.

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Mark Walters: The 2nd Amendment Is 3-0 Against Anti-Gun Owners

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | 4 d ago

Mark Walters: The 2nd Amendment Is 3-0 Against Anti-Gun Owners

"Because he ruled in our favor in the 2008 Heller case. He also in that decision Penn brilliantly by Scalia. But he also ruled in our favor in the 2010 subsequent case, the McDonald V Chicago case. And it's important to put this in context as we discuss the brewing case because the McDonald case was the Second Amendment foundation case brought against the city of Chicago and their handgun ban. And it was in that ruling in the McDonald case that found the Fourteenth Amendment protects the Second Amendment by incorporating it through the privileges and a privileges and immunities clause to the states as the rest of the Bill of Rights. So the New York case couldn't have even been brought or it might not have had if it were brought, it might not have been granted by the Supreme Court. And if it had, we might not have had the level of confidence in a victory without that Fourteenth Amendment, applicable to the states in the McDonald case. I know this gets a little confusing, but it's all tied together and thank God Thomas got the decision and thank God we waited, albeit 12 years for this particular case because it was as strong as the day is long. And the decision was actually better than we had anticipated. Our concern Carl, you and I talked about it on previous shows was we expect a victory, but how wide of a victory. And Thomas cast a net very wide. The Second Amendment is three and O against the anti gunners. We are on solid ground.

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Mark Walters: Confident Thomas Would Favor Gun Owners in NY Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Mark Walters: Confident Thomas Would Favor Gun Owners in NY Case

"The Bruin case. How enormous was this decision? And how much do you have to love justice clarence Thomas? And it's right. Oh my gosh. Let me start with this. Clarence Thomas is the individual that we had hoped would be able to write this decision. We anticipated a majority victory here of 6 three. We anticipated that. We have felt that Roberts may be a little wishy washy, which is why the court didn't take a case over the last ten years. Now that the court thank God for Donald Trump has a conservative majority, we felt very confident that Roberts would rule our way in this New York

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Mark Walters: Dems Are Publicly Printing the Names of Gun Owners

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 4 d ago

Mark Walters: Dems Are Publicly Printing the Names of Gun Owners

"Me just talk to you real quick about this. This broke overnight or at least last night, California gun owners, data breach after state unveils a firearms portal knowing you. I know you know about this story. So talk to us about that a little bit before we get into some of the other topics. Yeah, it was actually the armed American news page that we own that broke that story. They did great work. But here we have, this takes me back, Carl, several years to the Cleveland plain dealer. Many years ago, that began publishing because of their hatred of firearms rights in Ohio and Ohio was passing its concealed carry weapons law. They began printing the names in the newspaper of every Ohio citizen that had a permit so that their friends and neighbors can see who had guns near them. And now we see this happening. So this is not unusual that the Democrats will do this because they so hate the right to keep and bear arms. Is it a leak? A little bit leak is the right word to use. This was intentional. No question about it. So yeah, leak may very well be the right word to use. But when the account when the California attorney general puts this out publicly to shame gun owners because of the state loss because of the New York brewing case, we see the level of hatred that the Democrats push when it comes to our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. They simply don't like it. It doesn't fit their agenda of civilian disarmament and God forbid civilians have the right to keep and bear arms. We're now going to let everybody know who has a concealed weapons license, which leaves these people, Carl, open for identity theft, open for theft, open for burglaries at their home. Robberies, et cetera. So it's a mess, but we expect this kind of activity from the Democrats. They hate us.

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Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time

"Nathan McKinnon nets one and assists in the game winner as the Colorado avalanche defeat the Tampa Bay lightning two one to win their first Stanley Cup championship since 2001 Kale mccart was awarded the Khan smythe trophy for the most valuable player of the playoffs Throughout this whole whole game environmentality was just when that period and when the next one get the next shift and so on and we're never looking too far ahead to the outcome and we definitely we definitely feel like we earned that one for sure Lightning captain Steven stamkos broke the ice early but that was the last Tampa Bay would score McKinnon found a crack at Andre vasilevsky's right side to tie the game at one 54 the second then fed arturi lechon who would give Colorado the lead midway through the game and Darcy Kemper stopped 22 shots to earn the series clinching win Walter marsicano

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Peter Navarro Told the FBI He'd Agree to Voluntary Surrender

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Peter Navarro Told the FBI He'd Agree to Voluntary Surrender

"The next day I tell the Justice Department attorney in a letter saying hey I'm stuck in this constitutional problem I have to honor executive privilege Do my duties in my country You comment at me as I did is there a way I give them an attorney to call But here's the most important thing again That same night Wednesday night I call Walter Giordano who's the special agent FBI guy who had banged on my door the week earlier and gave me a subpoena And I said to him Dan Walter whatever you need You got another subpoena You don't need to wake me up in the morning just come a cooperate any sane unique That's Wednesday Yeah right Right Friday I'm scheduled to go to see Mike Huckabee in Nashville for a show and bearing the lead here I literally live 50 yards across the street from both the Justice Department and the FBI I'm sitting here looking at both of those buildings right now And what they could have easily done and I've talked to FBI agents about this Is a range of voluntary surrender as you described It's like it's the white collar fraud unit that's going after me but there's no fraud involved there It's just a technical violation It's like a you know it's crazy stuff So instead of doing that they went full metal jacket on me They let me get up and eat breakfast Go to the airport wait to board the plane and as soon as I get on the jet way they bring three behind me and two in front of me and the first thing out of my mouth then is I want to call somebody for legal advice And I say that twice they don't let me do that They give it to a half assed job reading my Miranda

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Is the Republican Wave Building Fast?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last month

Is the Republican Wave Building Fast?

"Which means the business of the house. It goes nomos. Where is my article here? Yes, there it is. By Chris Solis, the Republican wave is building fast. With just over 5 months before the 2022 midterm elections use, that's where they're wrong. It's not 5 months voting begins in four months, actually. Since we have voting month in America, it's kind of this perpetual voting season. On Thursday, the cook political report, Amy Walter, a nonpartisan handicapping service, moved ten of its house races in favor of Republicans and adjust that its GOP gains in the fall upward between 20 to 20 to 35 seats. Given that Biden's approval rating is underwater and dozens of districts he carried in 2022, any Democrat sitting in a single digit Biden seat or Trump seat is that severe risk and even a few seats and that Biden carried by ten or 15 points could lose. Crystal is a rights at CNN dot com, the confluence of these predictions are built on several historical trends that have been predictive over decades. The first is that midterm elections tend to be bad for the president's party. Since World War II, the average seat loss for a president's party in the midterms of 26, I think Republicans are going to far exceed that. The generic ballot tends to favor Democrats, marginally in a neutral political year. A recent poll from quinnipiac, university should Republicans, they four point edge on the generic ballot. The reality of this current political moment is that things appear to be getting worse for Democrats, the closer we get to the election, fears of a wave washing away even incumbents previously considered safe, now seems entirely justified. CNN is trying to warn people what we have seen Bill throughout this entire year. Joe Biden thinks it's just

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Southern Baptist leaders release secret accused abuser list

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Southern Baptist leaders release secret accused abuser list

"Top southern Baptists have released a previously secret list of hundreds of pastors and other church affiliated personnel accused of sexual abuse The 205 page database includes both visible and redacted entries survivors and advocates have long called for a public database of abusers The publication of the list was a response by the Southern Baptist convention's executive committee to an explosive investigation into the committee's mishandling of sex abuse reports and mistreatment of survivors The bombshell report from the independent firm guidepost solutions revealed the existence of the private list Executive committee leaders called making the list public an important first step toward addressing sex abuse and implementing reforms in the SBC I'm Walter ratliff

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Catherine Glenn Foster Shuts Down Jamie Raskin on Abortion

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

Catherine Glenn Foster Shuts Down Jamie Raskin on Abortion

"Catherine Glenn foster was a witness at a hearing yesterday on Capitol Hill in the house They had a hearing on their abortion bill Or the abortion bills being proposed And Jamie Raskin whose father was famously a red we connections or beliefs tied to the old Soviet Union is a big Democrat now out of Maryland because it's hard to tell a difference between The New York Times as Walter Durant and The New York Times has Jamie Raskin who they love Congressman So the Republicans have their witness Catherine Glen foster and listen to this because she shuts this guy down and he doesn't know where to go Cut four go Is candidly and openly calling for a nationwide ban on all abortions with no exceptions for rape or incest And if I've got that wrong I would invite miss foster to correct me Do I have a wrong yes or no If we added Raven and exceptions would you vote for it Okay I reclaim my time Of course Well she asked you a question And the answer is no

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Women settle suit alleging Liberty University mishandled assault cases

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Women settle suit alleging Liberty University mishandled assault cases

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Fire-ravaged New Mexico villages cling to faith, ‘querencia’

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Fire-ravaged New Mexico villages cling to faith, ‘querencia’

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Cardinal: Pope OK'd spending 1M euros to free kidnapped nun

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Cardinal: Pope OK'd spending 1M euros to free kidnapped nun

"The the the the cardinal cardinal cardinal cardinal has has has has testified testified testified testified the the the the pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis authorize authorize authorize authorize spending spending spending spending up up up up to to to to one one one one million million million million euros euros euros euros to to to to free free free free a a a a Colombian Colombian Colombian Colombian nun nun nun nun kidnapped kidnapped kidnapped kidnapped by by by by a a a a cable cable cable cable linked linked linked linked militants militants militants militants in in in in Mali Mali Mali Mali the the the the spending spending spending spending included included included included hiring hiring hiring hiring a a a a British British British British security security security security firm firm firm firm to to to to find find find find the the the the nun nun nun nun and and and and secure secure secure secure her her her her freedom freedom freedom freedom the the the the cardinals cardinals cardinals cardinals bombshell bombshell bombshell bombshell testimony testimony testimony testimony could could could could pose pose pose pose serious serious serious serious security security security security implications implications implications implications for for for for the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican since since since since he he he he provided provided provided provided evidence evidence evidence evidence that that that that the the the the pope pope pope pope was was was was apparently apparently apparently apparently willing willing willing willing to to to to pay pay pay pay at at at at least least least least some some some some ransom ransom ransom ransom to to to to Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic militants militants militants militants to to to to free free free free the the the the nun nun nun nun she she she she was was was was eventually eventually eventually eventually let let let let go go go go last last last last year year year year ransom ransom ransom ransom payments payments payments payments are are are are rarely rarely rarely rarely if if if if ever ever ever ever confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed precisely precisely precisely precisely to to to to dissuade dissuade dissuade dissuade future future future future kidnappings kidnappings kidnappings kidnappings the the the the cardinals cardinals cardinals cardinals testimony testimony testimony testimony was was was was part part part part of of of of the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's big big big big financial financial financial financial fraud fraud fraud fraud trial trial trial trial in in in in which which which which he he he he is is is is a a a a defendant defendant defendant defendant I'm I'm I'm I'm Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff

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Pope's Ukraine diplomacy a political and spiritual tightrope

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Pope's Ukraine diplomacy a political and spiritual tightrope

"Pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't made made made made much much much much of of of of a a a a diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic mark mark mark mark in in in in Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine his his his his appeals appeals appeals appeals for for for for a a a a truce truce truce truce have have have have gone gone gone gone unheeded unheeded unheeded unheeded and and and and as as as as planned planned planned planned meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with the the the the head head head head of of of of the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Church Church Church Church was was was was called called called called off off off off while while while while the the the the long long long long list list list list of of of of diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic dead dead dead dead ends ends ends ends would would would would appear appear appear appear discouraging discouraging discouraging discouraging it's it's it's it's par par par par for for for for the the the the course course course course for for for for the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's unique unique unique unique brand brand brand brand of of of of diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy it's it's it's it's a a a a policy policy policy policy that that that that straddles straddles straddles straddles geopolitical geopolitical geopolitical geopolitical realities realities realities realities with with with with spiritual spiritual spiritual spiritual priorities priorities priorities priorities even even even even when when when when they're they're they're they're at at at at odds odds odds odds with with with with one one one one another another another another Francis Francis Francis Francis has has has has called called called called for for for for peace peace peace peace in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and send send send send cardinals cardinals cardinals cardinals with with with with humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian aid aid aid aid but but but but he he he he is is is is also also also also kept kept kept kept alive alive alive alive the the the the holy holy holy holy see's see's see's see's goal goal goal goal of of of of healing healing healing healing relations relations relations relations with with with with the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Church Church Church Church even even even even as as as as its its its its leader leader leader leader faces faces faces faces sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions for for for for justifying justifying justifying justifying the the the the war war war war on on on on spiritual spiritual spiritual spiritual grounds grounds grounds grounds I I I I Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff

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Supreme Court rules against Boston in Christian flag case

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Supreme Court rules against Boston in Christian flag case

"The the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court ruled ruled ruled ruled unanimously unanimously unanimously unanimously that that that that Boston Boston Boston Boston violated violated violated violated the the the the free free free free speech speech speech speech rights rights rights rights of of of of a a a a conservative conservative conservative conservative activist activist activist activist when when when when it it it it refused refused refused refused his his his his request request request request to to to to fly fly fly fly Christian Christian Christian Christian flag flag flag flag on on on on the the the the flag flag flag flag pole pole pole pole outside outside outside outside city city city city hall hall hall hall justice justice justice justice Stephen Stephen Stephen Stephen Bryer Bryer Bryer Bryer wrote wrote wrote wrote for for for for the the the the court court court court that that that that the the the the city city city city discriminated discriminated discriminated discriminated against against against against the the the the activist activist activist activist because because because because of of of of his his his his religious religious religious religious viewpoint viewpoint viewpoint viewpoint the the the the city city city city had had had had approved approved approved approved two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty four four four four consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive applications applications applications applications to to to to fly fly fly fly flags flags flags flags before before before before it it it it rejected rejected rejected rejected the the the the activists activists activists activists request request request request because because because because it it it it was was was was a a a a Christian Christian Christian Christian flag flag flag flag prior prior prior prior wrote wrote wrote wrote that that that that the the the the case case case case hinged hinged hinged hinged on on on on whether whether whether whether the the the the flag flag flag flag flying flying flying flying is is is is an an an an act act act act of of of of the the the the government government government government in in in in which which which which Boston Boston Boston Boston can can can can do do do do whatever whatever whatever whatever it it it it wants wants wants wants or or or or private private private private parties parties parties parties the the the the city city city city has has has has said said said said that that that that if if if if I I I I lost lost lost lost the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court case case case case it it it it would would would would probably probably probably probably changes changes changes changes policy policy policy policy to to to to take take take take more more more more control control control control of of of of what what what what flags flags flags flags fly fly fly fly I'm I'm I'm I'm Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff

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Vatican trial places pope, top aide at center of London deal

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Vatican trial places pope, top aide at center of London deal

"The the the the former former former former director director director director of of of of the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's financial financial financial financial watchdog watchdog watchdog watchdog agency agency agency agency has has has has testified testified testified testified the the the the pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis asked asked asked asked him him him him to to to to get get get get full full full full control control control control of of of of a a a a London London London London property property property property at at at at the the the the center center center center of of of of a a a a Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican financial financial financial financial trial trial trial trial the the the the testimony testimony testimony testimony once once once once again again again again put put put put the the the the pope pope pope pope and and and and his his his his top top top top deputies deputies deputies deputies in in in in the the the the spotlight spotlight spotlight spotlight for for for for their their their their roles roles roles roles in in in in the the the the problematic problematic problematic problematic deal deal deal deal Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors have have have have accused accused accused accused brokers brokers brokers brokers and and and and Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican officials officials officials officials of of of of policing policing policing policing the the the the holy holy holy holy city city city city of of of of millions millions millions millions of of of of euros euros euros euros in in in in fees fees fees fees and and and and then then then then extorting extorting extorting extorting the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican of of of of fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen million million million million euros euros euros euros to to to to get get get get full full full full control control control control of of of of the the the the property property property property the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican official official official official accused accused accused accused of of of of abusing abusing abusing abusing his his his his office office office office testified testified testified testified he he he he didn't didn't didn't didn't have have have have the the the the authority authority authority authority to to to to block block block block the the the the fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen million million million million euro euro euro euro payment payment payment payment nor nor nor nor sufficient sufficient sufficient sufficient evidence evidence evidence evidence to to to to flag flag flag flag it it it it to to to to Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors as as as as suspicious suspicious suspicious suspicious I I I I Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff

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Activist's self-immolation stirs questions on faith, protest

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Activist's self-immolation stirs questions on faith, protest

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"walters" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig

Eureka by Baron Fig

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig

"Just like don't have them on my phone. Because i've realized that i'm gonna lose the battle ten nine times at a ten and it's not worth one time at a time that i get it and i'm really hopeful that over the next decade we are going to build a healthier relationship with our phones. Because i think we've gone way too far to the extreme in the last few years and yeah yeah what. I think that that mentality is something that will serve us for all technology that is to comrades so like a again. It's you know you're right. There's the the most talented engineers working to keep us addicted to these things but at the same time to there's the onus is on us to to to develop that healthy relationships right like so we can if we can take that responsibility than i mean. We'll we'll win as other things. Continue to evolve in whatnot rights sub. Yeah for sure and like listen. They're also built like you said they're they're built into phones out to like screen. Time is great. Like i generally just like turn do. Do not disturb from like ten pm until seven thirty or eight. Am in the morning. So that when. I tried to open my phone. I am immediately reminded to just put it back down and i think again i think as we as customers demand a healthier relationship tools are going to get built to serve us because at the end of the day like we need to. Yeah i think everything. Everything's really demand driven in that way. Yeah oh man well this. This was super fun. I mean i'm really really digging the whole idea of like the long-form Ide- shen practice. I'm gonna. I'm gonna bring that to our team as well and see what we can do that. I think it's a mirror. That's an amazing thing. And and it takes. It takes a lot of time to do one well. And so i think that's the brilliant piece of it is like you wanna have lots of good ideas like i have will. I have lots of ideas all the time. Rarely do i have a good one. When i have a little a little barrier in front of me that says okay like if ideas really good you need to go through the time and energy to get it on paper and iron ironed out and find the data to back it up. You're just creating a funnel that ensures that only the good ideas really come out of it and so it's a great. It's a great mechanism to screen out all the bad ideas that we have and yet try to try to spend our time and energy doubling down an investing in the good ones will analyze. There's a lot of You know independent creatives freelancers and whatnot. That listen to this show like the thing. I like about the practice. Is we've been talking from a standpoint of the team in presenting new ideas like that. But i mean this up really works in in all situations right like again. Like if you're creating a list of all these ideas in your. I don't know a freelance photographer. And you're thinking of this new project or something. It's probably worth that time. Sure and map it out and take two three pages as the standard exactly. Yeah all every time now. When i'm brainstorming ideas with france. I always say like this is how we're going to do it if we think it's good enough. Let's let's throw down on paper. So yeah yeah that's cool around what's one thing you you know you've been thinking about lately or that's been on your mind or something that you think we should be thinking about You know it doesn't have to be at athene related to what we talked about but just like leave us with a thought or a an idea that floating around in your mind. Get the juices flowing. Yeah so the quote that i heard. Recently i think it's confucius anyways says that. Yes it is computers. So it's it's her we have two lives and the second begins when we realize we only have one nice and so i just love that quote because i think i'm at least moving onto the next stage of my life and thinking about kids and and all of those things and i just wanna to make sure that you always have in the back of your mind that like hey like you got one life like low live at the way you want to and yeah and so. I think it's a hard thing to do because of for me. It's it's the timeline piece of it is like when you compromise a little bit of the short term to sort of achieve longer term goals vs when you're always just like achieving eric. Doing exactly what you wanna do when you wanna do it and just finding that balance is a really tough one. But i just love that quote and it resonates. That's beautiful beautiful way to add to wrap this up that that is wrapped. So thank you so much for joining us. Ben were kin listeners. Connect with you yeah. That's a good question. I would say like emails. A good one ben hopper dot com pretty easy and you can find me on linked in. I'm not great at responding to messages but can find me at lincoln. Ben walters.

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"walters" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig

Eureka by Baron Fig

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig

"I'm here with ben. Walters entrepreneur gm head of strategic partnerships at hopper. Ben thanks for joining pleasure to have you. Oh my pleasure markets. It's always a basket and chat and this time we'll have a record it. What's the difference. Yeah exactly that's always the benefit of these shows I mean there's so many different areas where we can go. But i figured just for people that may not know what hopper. Why don't you just give a quick breakdown on on what the company is all about and then we can jump into that lovely mind yards per sure yes so hopper at its core is a travel app. So you go onto hopper. We help you with the trip. Planning process and our goal is always to help customers and traveler. Save money and you can book. Flights hotels rental cars all directly through their mobile app or actually mobile only today. Meaning you can't book with hopper on the web which was a conscious decision. Our ceo took six years ago when we built which was pretty crazy to do back then but now is looking like a better better decision as we really just like optimize for this one channel but the truth is that cool part about hopper is that we always. I always describe us as more and amalgamated a bunch of different little startups than it is like a three hundred person company and so calling us just a travel app is just selling a short in so many ways because we really had teams working on so many different things and so my team hopper cloud is we're calling ourselves is really the b. to b. initiative and thinking about how we can add value to both travel companies as well as companies that have large audiences that want to book travel to be able to book. Travel smarter save money and make that s see must experience. So that's hopper. Yeah it's cool. I mean i've personally used it In the past and you get kind of addicted to checking in with hoffer to on it. I mean it's so well done in the sense of like okay. This is the window or the predicted window when you should buck. And why don't you just like briefly. Just visualize what it's all about. Then i'll move on from that. I know course check it out. Yes so we originally a came into popularity because of our ability to predict the price of flights. And so what we can do is we can predict the future price of a flight with ninety six percent accuracy. And so. that's not telling you how much it is to book on any given day. It's telling you when the best time to book actually is and so what that looks like when you go drop into the hopper app you perform a search. Let's say you're on toronto. To new york city and it says it's two hundred and fifty dollars. We've got a bunch of a in the background that will look at what's going to happen to the price that flight and we will very often tell you. Hey you know what the price is going to go down in the future so set up what we call a wash notification we will notify you when the price hits a floor that it is worth buying and so you set up a notification. We notify you in two weeks. Say hey the price dropped to twenty. This is a great price. Go ahead and buy and what we're doing now is building some really cool financial services products on top of that data set and so in many ways. We're more of a fintech company today than we are a travel company because of our focus on really limited price volatility and in providing peace of mind to travelers. And so if you can imagine one of the really cool things we're working on right now. Which is going to be called time-warp is instead of just notifying you of when you buy in the future. Why don't we just sell you that price today. That doesn't actually exist so very soon in the future you'll pop into the hopper app. You'll search toronto new york. It will be two hundred and fifty dollars. We'll say you know what we see a better price coming in the future by it. Now for two fifteen through hopper and we will actually just go ahead and automatically ticket that when the price drops and if not we'll take on the the financial risk. Whoa yeah that's cool. Yeah really cool. Words cited about that one. And there's a lot of really cool things. We're doing the.

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"walters" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Walters, your husband's company. Good morning. Good morning to our next guest who is a candidate for lieutenant governor in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Head of the Republican Convention set to take place tomorrow. Winston Serious joins us. Good morning wisdom. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning, so good to be on your show. It's really great to have you with us. I I'm interested in I I see that you Virginia pilot quotes you as saying that you think that there are some politicians specifically in Virginia that benefit when citizens are at each other's throats that they're crewing political power unto themselves by making people fight With one another. How would you be different? Should you become the lieutenant governor? Because that's not the way I roll. I am trying to be a true servant leader. You know, I'm from Jamaica and I see what happens when people get power and too much power. When I was in office because I am the first black Republican woman ever elected to the General Assembly, and so I tried to be a servant leader. I tried toe ensure that the citizens Of the 90th district, which I represented parts of Chesapeake, Norfolk and Virginia Beach. I wanted them to understand that the power that I had comes from them. That they have the power. The seat does not belong to me, and when I'm no longer there that they should always demand of their leaders through servant leadership, So that's what I modeled when I was there. As we've been talking to different candidates throughout this process leading up to the GOP convention tomorrow, lot of we've had a lot of discussions about schools, but you are very specific. You want school choice in Virginia as a way to combat this indoctrination, give parents a choice. So instead of having to constantly fight and have these kids subjected to things that they don't want you said, give them the choice. How would you do that in Virginia? Yeah, you know, um, one of the things that the Democrats like to tell us is that they love everybody more than the Republicans ever could. And yet, what I see from them. Their love is poisonous. For example, you see what's happening at Thomas Jefferson High School where 73% of the population of that school is Asian, and so instead of us asking What are the Asian parents doing? What air the Asian kids doing that causes them to be selling so much? No. Instead where, Uh, we're dumbing down by saying we're going to keep some of these kids out these Asian kids. And then we're gonna institute quotas so that we can bring other kids in. And so we think that this is going to make everything better. So I'm saying if we had had full choice Then all of this nonsense would have gone away because you see, the parents would have been able to decide, especially those who don't have the resource is would have been able to decide. I'm going to take my kids somewhere else. I'm going to take the money. Somewhere else so that they don't have to be subjected to this nonsense And so they can excel in life. And it's the same thing with critical race theory. You know, I was vice president of the State Board of Education and Let me tell you something. The kids weren't learning. Then they're not learning now, and they're really not learning now because of province. And we already know. For example, in Fairfax, Our kids are failing. I can tell you in Chesterfield, one out of six high school students are failing. They're just failing all around, and so You know this cove, it is so is so smart. It does not affect private schools, apparently because private schools have been open five days a week all year long. So there's something wrong there and we need to be able to have the money. Follow the child instead of the money being given to the brick building over there. Yeah, maybe with those private schools Cove it is on the waiting list. Just like everybody else I can't get. It s so winsome steers. I want to ask you about your running for lieutenant governor. I wanna ask you about the current lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax. You know he's running for governor. He made some news recently when he compared himself to George Floyd and Emmett till during a Democrat gubernatorial debate, suggesting that several women who had accused him of sexual assault on that made him basically the same as Emmett Till as as a black woman hearing this What did you think of Justin Fairfax taking that position? Please, please. What you're hearing is a drowning man who was trying to save his political career. And you know you ought to be making those choices before you take certain actions not trying to associate yourself with through injustice. And many of us black. Uh people were very much offended by it, whether we're Republicans or Democrats. He needs to go home and figure out what he's going to do with his life because of decisions that he's made. And you know, and stop this trying to curry favor. We don't want that kind of leadership here. We've already had black face. Um North, um, with his incident and fantasized views, and we've already had blackface, Harry. They all need to go home and figure out the choices of May. We need some different leadership here. This critical race theory, for example. That their past that they have passed and which is now supposedly to help people who look like me. US black folks, You know, it's It's a farce. The kids aren't learning. Do we really have time to teach reading? Writing and racism? You know China is going to eat our lunch, Vince. It is going to they're going to either life. They are scheduled China to be the number one superpower in 2030. Do you know they have more honor students than we even have students and we have to have time to teach. That all white kids and all white people are bad and everybody else is good. What is that going to do for the morale in the school? You know you just you brought up the three R's and I was so interesting. They've suddenly changed to reading writing and racism. You're totally right. Thank you. Winston Sears. Good luck this weekend, a part of that GOP convention running for lieutenant. Governor. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. Thank you. All right, 6 44. I'd give you a male sometimes, like things just the way they are. I take your order, please. I'll take the usual Big three and pick forward from the Virginia Lottery. Sometimes you just got to spice things up a bit. Would you like to add Fireball? What's that replace any of their lottery, drawing numbers with fireball for the chance to create new winning combinations. Just double the cost of your plate. It's the extra spicy way to ignite your game. Sir. 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"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Even call one of the best kept secrets in the industry. Can you tell me about that. And why yes so. It all started. So when i was known here. A lot of people knew my name but they didn't know my face in there. Used to be a. I think it was called the twin cities hip hop awards here and i didn't even know that i was nominated as the best kept secret but i ended up winning. Had no idea and then. Dj de mille. I think he's i think this was at the end of mayes space. I think so. He sent me a message. Was like dude. You want house like one. What and so that kinda m. Because i wasn't there just made everyone look me up online and then it kept on going where there's a producer native missed reporter. Which is a eminem's hype man in one of his close friends and he's been making beasts wherever he's won grammys and everything last year. Me and him actually collaborated over gene. So a lot of people know my name. They definitely don't know my face so the whole best kept secret thing just keeps on like traveling through while you're definitely making noise and you're definitely gonna have one grumpy lady in minnesota. That's for sure. Yeah so did he. Pandemic affects the sound of this track. All knaw. It's it's weird. Because i like a when i made the song i didn't know what is going to be big because might previous singles. I've one other single. That's like a throwback hip hop song. But the rest are kinda like hard to describe. They were kinda like experimental tracks. They weren't really big. That's why i'm shocked. This is my biggest song. Because i wasn't sure if the classic hip hop sound was gonna be like accepted concern like all the music. That's out now. So i wasn't sure but definitely it has impacted might sound 'cause. I'm really just focused. Like i have else to do so. I'm really focused on just bringing back that classic pops now. I think that definitely is time for people. Start hearing that again on the air same. So let's talk about the other clouds you did. You've worked on a lot of tv shows and you're singles are going to be featured on them. Yes it's Vh1 those love and hip hop shows in the housewives shows. Yeah i got a contact from a producer. She wanted eat. So i sent. I sent her. Like a hundred. And some beets and then along with songs. And i didn't know if they were going to be used in the next thing you know i get an email saying over half have been new so i mean i really don't watch those shows but it's kinda cool that a lot of reality shows are going to be playing. My songs is pretty cool. And it's actually adds that opportunities coming to you because that might be a way for artists to supplement their income until they started in the live games festivals. And stuff like that. Yeah and actually because of those shows Even since the last time we talked. I've been contacted by three or four management companies as well trimmed china's time signed me but it just wasn't a fit a musically mlive lansana on it they artists they manage are like the newer ones like the young kids like the trap style and has to. This would not be fit the sound that you wanna bring bad you'd rap. Yeah well what did your breaking news. New tracks with the class grab. I'm sure you'll get the attention of people. Like dj premier and lena definitely so what can fans expect next from half walsers on. I'm actually releasing ep. Hopefully i want to release the january but it might end up the february. It's called of shots It's just three songs pretty once produced by mean once produced by like i said static selected the witches. I'm lucky to even have him on there. I don't know how it came about. But he's on there in my body A well known you'll to be maker so that'll be coming out. I wanna release it in january but it might end up. being february. The album's how many tracks three be called a ocean thoughts. Look forward to hearing your. I'm excited so for every goal. Happy walters lead us to the best way to fall. You get your by your mates You can find me on. Every music platform. Youtube social media just type in happy. Walters and i will pop. That's awesome. Well thank you for joining our chat today in me. I love your sound things so much and the chat today was grey new. All y'all fair take the track i fan. You could easily see why once you start listening to it if you like the artists influences. You're gonna love happy. Walters he definitely is one of the best kept secrets in the industry pays. Thank y'all for joining happy. Walser an eye on the buster pod today next episode. We go across the pond. Tastic maidstone new k. Indie guitar band joins us. The former member band has has successful singles. Prior to the release of sad is which we will listen to on the show air rocking up the spotify bladeless and were have had radio play including bbc radio london. The shop window joins us january. Twenty six. catch you next. Episode subscribe fees sir at the buzzer. Pau dot com cheers..

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"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Now. You're putting great music. Yes it's nothing but music Ivan built a studio my home so everything is just music every single day. So that's my days have been like twenty four hour days. That's an awesome nice awesome. That the happen. I area because i i actually have a home studio as well. But you don that. Yeah yeah so during during the pandemic. Are you recording studio remote with artists. Carry working on One of my buddies. I might have come record. But otherwise is far as recording with other artists her producer. We have to do the whole email stop but although i. I'm just recording rain at home of ours. Collaborating on sale in other words. Yeah what i mean. Even even i mean they even shut down the studios here which is really crazy be besides menus. They shut everything down. So i had to build my my own momentous outta prior to the pandemic was quite a happening. Seeing right yeah it is. I mean they're show is just constantly everywhere and it's just it doesn't get enough light but at the same time a lot of the artist. She's old enough to bring light to the scene if that makes sense now what what. Venues are popular amount sound on first avenue. The fine line. There's clubbed seven omniscience. dj de male. Who is one of my friends. He's a shady ville the jay which is ammunition label she She throws a lot of outdoor events like every year. We do hip hop for autism where we raise money and just throw on a huge show but obviously now everything's completely shut down so we he's doing the whole twitch thing and is in post to music online shopping faster syllables will come back of the won't mya. I told me the forty stage of a as a child and a role. First appearance storing. And i even have another one. I was talking to my cousin about this coming up and he was like you have to tell the one story about the fight but the first show i did i puked but i still went on stage but when i released my mix tape. I was nineteen and There was this huge show. I mean it was huge. It was a sold out. Show even flew in someone big from down south here and i was the second to the last act. So the guy will form. It was almost done. And i was forgiving all my lyrics so i was praying. All my guy like i. I hope something goes wrong. So i get handed the mike and i go to walk as sure. Enough a huge fight breaks out with ends up shutting down the show. Actually kind of funny. Because i was actually excited. I was like thank god bad. That's how scared. I e even at like older. I was still scared. You still scared. No i actually enjoy it now. I really enjoy it. And you've been influenced heavily by dj premier. Yeah to me him. Dr dre kanye west and there is a long list of other guys like they inspired me to make beats. And i don't know what it is but i mean they're considered like the greatest of all time so hopefully twenty twenty one. I'll be able to cross some of those guys off my list. And i can work with them. You want to collaborate let them. Yeah that these it'd be fun it'd be fun 'cause light just a hip hop minds combat coming together at just. It'd be fun while you do have the classic rap hip-hop sound actually of making a comeback. Right now yeah artists. And there's another producer in new york us selected. He's one of the greats to like one of the greatest beach makers of all times She his sound is definitely net classic to an end once even better as i'll be able to actually cross him off the list really. Yes wow. that's a house of yet. I'm excited while the reason i featured paid for on my blog last year and Loved breakout single And i was standing a canoe. One thing about the lyrics. I loved his aid here to change the game. I'm just here to play well. Oh that's for sure. Can you say about the song before it played his trunk that lyric for some reason gets quoted online so much. I have no idea why. Because i feel like there's other lines of for some reason. Every time someone sends me a snapchat or something. They always type in that. That line quote it's hilarious. An eye catching. Yeah that at line. Just stucco. But i mean the song so the beat was a youtube beat and it was my someone that i actually knew so i told him the. Send me the beat in. I wrote the song pretty quick but it wasn't actually laid out yet because it had no a hook but i still recorded it in an actually sat for a few months. And then i spent it to my buddy Mixed the track. And then i said could you know so. I sent him a bunch of lyrics that stood out to me. I said to mike ten different lines for her and he ended up just having to pick bat line in the last one and it just made the song because now one like recites that one line over and over again. Why love the lyrics and a love. The classic rap sound Y'all we're going to listen to paid.

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"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"walters" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Bap style. Happy walters is a noted music producer with years of noise in the industry. This breakout Abused his house on the beats welcome. Happy while sir. Thank you for joining our pod. You're coming out of the hood of saint paul minnesota talk about that Basically i was born and raised all over. So i was born on the east side raised on the west side and then settled on the south end. So i think that's what also kept me out of trouble too because i wasn't settled into one place. Psychologists bounced bounced around all around saint. Paul and harold happen I think it was just moving around like wait one time growing up. We didn't have a place to live so we had to move in with my grandma over on the west side so we were over there for about two and a half years. And that's actually where my dad's from so it was easy to move but then we ended up settling on the south end witches not a bad area but it's definitely not the best background music. You started quite young. Did you not. Yeah my dad is actually a drummer. He's traveled all over the world. I think call him. Uso tours right. But they're called. The heat did a lot of though is like before. I was born in when i was born so i grew up around music like an music musicians my entire life which is weird that i never joined a band. It was weird. So you've always been a solo. Act your always been solo. Never joined the group or anything. I remember getting offers to join hip hop groups now like now thing while the music do you put standing. I really liked kipp so i. I don't question your desire to stay as award as primarily isn't artists. Have you worked in minnesota. Us and then is what like in. The reason why. I started posting music. Online as far as beads is wanted to branch out. Because i wasn't able to leave like money wise. So i figured i'm just gonna try and get my music out in a lot less so i started posted beats and that's how my name dot known. I actually went under a different name too. So i was known as somebody else in that i started posing beats online and my music kinda just took off but no one knew me as rapper though they just knew me as a producer and i have worked here. But it's kind of like one of those things where i feel like minnesota is a place where you make it out. You don't really make a lot of artists like there's well known singers who literally are known here land. Everyone knows who they are performed. Probably six seven days a week but outside of minnesota now one knows who they are. So i kind of wanted to be the one to like breakout. Kinda kinda like prince teflon seventy follow after have worked in la yes. I'm worked with numerous numerous emcees. Jay gatsby a band called that kid is you 'cause i actually when it comes to produce it's mainly hip hop bye also to write to like i just like to write. I'll work with anybody as like any genre. Do secrets jar on as far as producing an like as far as my own music. Yeah but as far as writing. I do wanna work with different artists. Just just to expand my writing. How do you find these are defined them online incident local seen on c. It's all online. Like i was never a huge scotia media person just because i'm older but honestly it's like the best thing like i've connected with so many many people like there's a singer in the uk. Just young. that. I'm gonna be working. It's just been hard because of the seven hour time difference. He's really good and found me and was sharing all my stuff in so we've been trying to set a date in plan where we can actually work on stuff but it's just been hard because of the time difference time zones do mix up things and what does she put on. It's like euro pop that's popular the uk. Yes she's actually really well known and and that's why would shock because she sent me a dm house like who is this like. I thought she was fake. I wasn't sure if she was she was a real person or not as as yeah I tried to reach out to him. The lead singer him and i actually have a single out. It's called bad medicine. It was kind of an experimental track but the lead singer yet The right now all the venues are closed here so they're not really doing anything and i'm not sure if they're working on their next album or not. I'm still waiting on him to respond to my text to be arena. Career took took a bit of a break. Me that athens. Yeah so. I put out a mixed. Fda nineteen in it light just took off here and then years later i met a girl and then i settled down in. That was a six year layoff of literally. No music being made it was horrible. Is the worst and sal Low ask you basically told me it was weird because i was making a living off of it but i don't know if it was her family. Whatever because they basically had no idea. Like what i did if it was a real job and stuff like that so she talked me into quitting in getting a nine to five and basically about five and a half six years. There was zero music Except for the one time. I snuck off to la a snug. So la derating stories in her so she wanted to hang out or we had plans to do something i said. No i have a family thing. So i was able to leave on a friday comeback sunday morning and i hit hollywood boulevard sunset boulevard so hard with cd's in a busy business cards hustle story and had to fly back I ended up posting a pitcher on mind in. Someone showed it yet and she was. She freaked out.

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"walters" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on WTOP

"Walters good Wednesday evening we have had a dangerous new milestone in corona virus here in the DMV more than a thousand cases at this R. one thousand forty five to be exact the C. adding forty eight new cases today another person has died at seventy five year old woman admitted to a hospital with underlying health conditions there are now two hundred thirty one cases in DC and Virginia the cases jumped by one hundred one three hundred and ninety one confirmed in the Commonwealth both Maryland and DC having their largest single day increases as well and Maryland seventy four new cases in twenty four hours four hundred twenty three cases statewide more than one hundred are in Montgomery County we're also learning that a ninth member of the DC fire and EMS department is tested positive for covert nineteen because of the surge in cases schools in Maryland will stay close for another month until April twenty fourth the governor now asking for federal disaster aid governor Larry Hogan announced the request for a presidential disaster declaration for such important initiatives as disaster unemployment insurance hazard mitigation and emergency protective measures Hogan invited Dr Karen salmon the state superintendent of schools to the microphone to announce the decision on school operations I have made the decision along with the state board of education to extend the closure of all public schools in Maryland for an additional four weeks through April twenty fourth two thousand twenty the Maryland state education association president Cheryl boast Kate Ryan WTOP news sister schools already closed through April twenty fourth Virginia closing schools to the end of the academic year Maryland governor Larry Hogan says hundreds of the virus in his state are between the ages of twenty and fifty it's still more deadly though to people over the age of sixty governor says the vast majority Jordy of people in the state we tested positive so far are in their forties also says there are children as young as ten months old who have tested positive as well some people who want to Murphy's Irish pub in Alexandria shortly before Saint Patrick's day are being asked to self quarantine at home from a patron testing positive for covert nineteen the Alexandria health department says you may have been exposed to the corona virus if you visited Murphy's Irish pub on king street on the following days March tenth between six PM and two AM March fourteenth between eleven AM and six PM and March fifteenth between ten AM and six PM if this includes you you're urged to stay home stay six feet away from other people in your home and don't share towels or utensils those possibly exposed can get more information at WTOP dot com Michelle Basch WTOP news marine station at the Pentagon testing positive for corona virus he is in isolation at this home and will undergo further treatment his last day at the Pentagon was March thirteenth his work space has been cleaned by Pentagon response team author a contact investigation is under way to mitigate risk and preserve the health of the others who work with them at the Pentagon Virginia is preparing for the worst at the same time they're hoping everyone just stays home my team and I spoke with.

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"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"That's San Jaime home with part so I'd go around try and with him in the wake but twice. Tommy weren't washing because didn't need it and it was just like it was easy and you see these kids. And that's how they learned in the trade and respect that way and it's a good way with no pressure because the pressure this harm. What's The sketchiest travel store? You have over in Europe. It's been lousy at one time and This into eastern Europe and talk slow border crossings and visas and this and that we went through the boat across it into East Germany. I think he was Czechoslovakia. Wet and Billy did not want visa said go out kicked us out use a deck. And you still don't wait. Oh the cinema truck Finish this shift could try to get and that the the side of the truckful wildly stern is both from as the officer assigned and at the time in the truck leased these printed out. Tom Training thing this sheets of paper so as practice second uh-huh grab one of those. I walked cost so the office took a piece in the office. Comeback Outweighs the paperwork. Guard me let me straight. I got everything straight. Let us come back again. Can you imagine from then on if we attention sketched out that we're just sticking with the toilet truck and discharge never got checked right right but you be in trouble you know back then. Those days like these got guns no doubt your Europe was a different place back then for traveling for sure. You know my favorite. I think my much fun times. We're Paul and then with with Danny and I we used to get. Every rice was fun but then yes then He. He's a fun Guy Fund very much so and of course you. We knew when you're not but once you with any economy in the inner circle shows up to Dallas. You might want you will come to Dallas Ole away racing Goodman's here..

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"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

16:36 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Whether it's motor work whether it suspension work they can help you out. They can value and they've done a lot of people including Michael Back. When wobbles I worked for Michael like a lesser race? DHEC was was there for them so get get get get some savings motor working suspension work. Everybody that race that can dial you in so doc wobbles is on the line and so how many. GP's do you go to. I don't do many a toll no on burnt out on it to be honest. I John Smith killed because I do the old the older masuko woman nationals Vegas mini whatever. They were called Amateur Ice Vegas then the writers and then whenever there's a week off to a Grand Prix then the end of the season you doing doing. The universities on the Geneva supercross just did too many races. I think I did that for nine years. Just don't cat. Ah that sounds awful. I just don't know any of the new guys really Yeah Laws Bowl and a few of these kids want to see him. Do Good but and I'm like Oh. When did you leave America for good? Who was last full time year? Okay and I was six came back. As Fritz was doing the Smith things came back with him for the first few races. Daytona the weird ones did you. Did you just miss homes that wide. At another opportunity. I was was getting to be four years old. The father was a very well and my sister's using US having kids and I'm just you're living with camper I yeah yes dodge. I'm living on the campus. Somebody's drawing from the time of Milan thinking you know you have to be but I'll be thinking I don't want to do this with them. Sixty I'm with you. I'm one hundred percent with you. Yeah I the thing is with. Smith is wow I found is could mess sunglasses in the truck. I you think are the jobs joys given away sunglasses. I'll call. That's going to be but it's not the job. Say Note People. Yeah Nine Times out ten you have to say no. You don't have enough stuff have to give. Everybody is asking for nine times out of ten. You know for sure and that does go hard and that just wears you down. Yeah I'm with you I I look at some of the guys that are still doing the same jobs and I'm just like how. How can you still be doing that? How how do you not want evolve? How do you want to do something else right? I mean I mean good for them I stick in the out. Gong knows I. I always tell I'm always telling those like what are you doing bill goggles. Come on guys. Cooler Cola them in a super nice guy is also I saw him and asked him for the jeep for that nations and I was having a Maton it will vote and he came over looking for goggles on thinking. Dude D- do not envy Utah. No no not at all do you do you like the way the. GP's are going and the way they're run and everything else and all of that you you like that. What's bad as everybody gets involved to be honest? You know you listen to the will the people bitch and the pitcher on the on the divided. The coffee Generally every have complained that and also you know has wet. It was an awesome. If it'd been a natural track you wouldn't have integral out even been don't council would have been tough. You couldn't see anything. And the trump was awful and it was a long day but the day was still an event and it had that been the grass circuit. You wouldn't have got out. It'd been isn't that never would have been Fox hills on ninety eight right. Oh my God. Yeah so you're generally speaking. You're you're okay with everything the way things are going doesn't bother me out of it to be on the teams right right there with the wheelbarrows and commands construct. Some of these guys. That will happy enough to do it. So the site is not what you know on these guys who about wellness teams. Some wealthy suits you know they. They'd Clovis unite does what he wants. These guys didn't want they're doing they want money. They're not doing it for anything. They don't extend if if the frustrations and the the expenses got too high. They can walk away and they don't they auto and all the people complaining all the Keyboard Warriors. Maybe weren't there. I think we're given these people. Maybe maybe we listened to much. These people's opinions thought they used to be the dude screaming. You behind the star Southwick now now. These days are gone opinion. Yeah you've stolen four counts of bear because you were racing against drummed out. Oh Yeah I remember I read Dogwood. Red Dogwood would Not Get he gets buried. They liked him he was sort of east coast. You know so like many California guy. Oh God it was on if you're from California and you could challenge Doubter Henry Book so who was. Who's the best guy you worked for all around? Jesus put me on the spot. Betty Lousy enjoyed working the Pele. Paul was Buddy Robbie he was cool. Shit really 'cause he was doing good you know he was easy to be around. He was fun. I mean as big age got their Andrews all except those guys so much when I started out you know so I was kind of in all the you know like I enjoy working with Mike von. Whenever I get child's I like him? He's down to Earth these coats. You can't put your finger on one guy that think. I mean obviously with the Timmy. But for me they will different. You know lyles was cool. You know and that it was good that year. I don't remember not particularly we. WE WE WANNA rice and you know we were in podiums. Most weekends top volleys reading. It was good but not what he was. Used to You know he was coming back from podium most weekends but he was he was fun to hang out with you. I'm with you guys. Were just having a ball to buddies. Yeah we were just under we will just winging it really it. Who's the best guy you who's the best guy that you've been around as a either on your team or or you know you've sponsored Smith or whatever else that maybe doesn't get enough press or doesn't get talked about as much memorial memorial didn't make you Donna? Brian Kepa talented. You know he was you know. How did Brian come out with what he did? and Lemoyne came out with more eight. It just doesn't make any centrating because I'll skill. That wasn't much between no no. You're absolutely right. There's not many people who would have picked Dungy Villa Polaroid to have the success. They did back in the the next not having. Not when you're trying to pick on these kids to to try and pick like why I wouldn't thought Ghana's Pasi runoff drivers but he's Hog lucky. Yeah Yup Super Nice Kid Not Team Wilson. You wouldn't think he's got. He's GONNA get his results reading but Danes so-called around in so so good at the PR stuff social media stuff which is so important nowadays. Most the best bike you've worked on a rain on one twenty. Five's my favorite the the big bar. Now the four that was because we were beaten the big dogs would be you know it was a factory Lewke gotten along but the thing was special. I think that year the same year that Mike Craig for sure I had a big bore. And we're only race motor lawn. You've never as Motoo diddy. Yeah there was like top five or top eight in motor one. Never show for Moto two. And you're like why is that and then I found out. Yeah it was a big. Yeah we we had a problem at high point. Buck stopped him. This is my first experience of working with the factory team. They wouldn't let me go and get at the back they send somebody else again. Get it back and I take it upon. I send the engineer just without even saying it knew what gone wrong. I didn't know you and the little pen start living from turning around and come out. Oh yeah and from then on. They said New Piston. Every race has sat on the bike. That new new piston new radio new clutch. I'll I think I remember a few times between Moto seeing your top end off and what what's what's going on every time you've read the book. Yeah and also then he got to the point where he only one shock. Yup We had tons of shocks but Ian not one of them so we take the shock. Aw and Scotland Service in the back of the truck in the suit up on while I was doing the top end so we can have that same shock again Larry Award Moat Movement. I think so. Yeah I mean these guys they get happy with stuff and you got to do what you can. But you know when you're changing AIDS and clutches and top hand and front and rear wheels. I SP- asset graphics. They were ripped up every time he wrote them But brake pads on municipal full revolt. And you've got an hour and ten it it's Thorpe the greatest. UK rider ever. Yeah noise like this this gentleman I did with him now and he is super cool super polite super humble just I never I I did. A podcast is with them a long time ago. I just rang up out of the blue. He was watching soccer or football and and he talked for a long time. I never liked the fact. He in eighty five he beats. Bailey editors nations Germany and in eighty six. Of course o'mara beats them Majoria an MSA. The break I get that similar tried another five hundred on that thing with no real break and we'll take anybody from Johnny Johnny. Of course. Yeah No of course and I never felt like Thorpe. Four status never got to be as high ever again because of her world's fastest amateur. Yeah Yeah I do too few in England England and you grew up. I mean it's really him and his father while I got into it because I was a folly castle. WanNa say you. Finally when he came from last to first I and it's like you never been the place you couldn't move tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people that and he was just to watch this guy. All I come from last to first and just watch the crowd like a wave around the track where every us and you know we all stood at the back of the truck trying to get glimpses that with the the white gloves armed and behind him with a pit bull is that moment. I'm not that's all I wanna do and I was done. It's arrived at that point. I wanted to be a mechanic and and so I've got up most spectrum. There's only so people make me nervous when their name shows up on my phone is Dave Stop. Mitch paint those two I. They won't know Peyton Calls Me Long. Boy I don't know this can usually though it's he something happens on the show. That makes him laughing. He has to call me to discuss it. So that taught me and pitch me out to be on this. I'm doing okay. He told me he called me with it. Finally when he called me justice I in the box good which is not yeah. That's not too bad as a business. L. Look Up to Mitch. I'll I'll try to emulate what he does like one percent of what he does not mean. Musk appoint yeah absolutely right. And we were just that pro circuit the other day and I clean. The shop is part of this bat and he he he jumped in and played along. And I'm just like skype so busy right now. He's got everybody calling him and he's doing this stupid skit with us the coca I mean yes it. Is You know. He's along the shoulders. Of course he's not him off. Five image paint story were in Minneapolis. supers and we were drinking in the hotel after 'cause all the balls closed and this was when rj was looking after tour. Tally remember I got Colour for the Coronas. That's been on all day and that I got this like this scratchy plastic lemon lime thing somehow. RJ decided. If I was to snort a puddle of this loungers Mitch would split skirts so ice melted all today. And it's the most painful thing I've ever done and Mitch infanticide tilted. His head back opened his score in that thing Talking with it really. It's caught by them times. You know you can't be as crazy. Yeah I can believe it. Yeah some of the stuff some of the stories you hear over the years right. Yeah Yeah I awesome anything else wobbles news anything. I think we'll good is just trying to get the sleep thing. Walk enrolling in the sites. Now we've Quite a bit of the Amazon nationals. But I want to get into the proteins a bit more. We've had used it before. Michael Vince is talking about one of the stuff..

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"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

13:28 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"I couldn't get insurance so actually talking to Tevi good. Who was the technical importer museum? Now he was the technical important Coming over to the states and he said he he sponsor a kid from Florida. Who could who's looking for mechanic? I mean I think how some fifty bucks a week I I just came because you just WanNa do it. John Swale flew over with toolbox and luckily new Mutt was pouncer swings spent. Tom Burns placed on a date with new Mike. Jane girlfriends with Mr. This is this is Jean like number twenty four and a county. That's right yeah yeah four two on Yamaha when I was there okay. Yup Yup you funny guy I did a podcast with him maybe a year ago. This grant gave me screaming. I always I can tell you without him. And Jeff Bass I know I know I spent a couple of weeks ago. lassie's a place in Pennsylvania and the also also the genes dad building the jumps in and saying swing can jump it and them all saying hey swing. Don't jump it because my dad thinks he thinks he's jobs are are five and their massive awesome. I guess exactly and I look. I mean going was the coldest guy but he I mean when you make guys and they say I'm crazy thinking you ain't glasses swing. Yeah I know. What crazy is Brian? I Hung O'Brien a lot to through patio. who was a brother-in-law but Brian was always troubled? Sort of I saw a little bit much quiet sort of angry a lot of times angry. And you're like. Why are you angry about Brian? You're like a factory rotter. You're you're awesome. You know hung out with knee was cool. Cool Shit with me. I used to stay that work on jeans box. Jameh go home combat about the next day and you know me and we're GONNA go for dinner. I'll start for. We put the gloves on this. We got to pick where we go for dinner through to be shown services company this is is this Zucca days or is this Honda trying Zucchini. Yeah yea one GAINESVILLE. I think that you did marshal was his mechanic hanging out Beckett in bed and all those guys bear dog I forgot what about Behr dog. Yeah small bows remember exactly So okay so now you're hooked. You're you want to stay in America. And who was next well for Tom. Morgan Ashley because when I was working for Jean. Tom was building his engine Thomas impressed architectural built engines. And I'm like yes kind of what we did. Yeah most of my dot com. The time they were sending the engines off so I used to build jeans engines in through the Polston then he offered me a position. Basically building elden engines for handheld stripping them in work and then I'll put them back together. Okay and is that. Where was he located? There was still clay vows about six months. Yeah and if I was going to be away from my mom wanted to be sure wannabe plucking in an industrial unit. Somewhere could do right. And then Joe Dacosta approach approach may about working for lyles because Lyles at signed for Verte Mattie and this was a hand built by can it was going to be cold but it was a big name so I went. I went to the opening night. Fall but we didn't stay very long remember. Bill Allows Vermont era. Now it was very few is. There's a few Italian incident luxuries races. And then we condoned on us. The wasn't enough shit to make it through the season and that was smet some billy both breaking stuff every time they wrote it and it was gonna be hard work so we left them one ball unders and then got picked up by job as team. We've on them for the okay in ninety four ninety four so now you're back in Europe trying to get back to America though. Yeah Yeah I mean. I came back to America in ninety seven with Allison coming by the Jhansi. Says you've won the world championship in not sex. Mike Webb hide him to come to America. Rise was a big deal. It was a huge young. Pull with your good friend of mine. For years I worked with ninety nine We just good powering need. Somebody is mechanic from the gas as as a very good mechanic. He didn't know his way around the sites and I think it needed somebody news on the sites to certain degree. As I you know I was Suzuki then and with Paul got to hang. Hang out with Roy and Tony Balu and all those guys you know not so. I wanted to pay where. That's that's Rodney Smith era. Yeah Right Edmonson Hatun Paul good team reps code through to hang up with Greg. Yeah I'm like Oh yes. So Oh that's that's funny that you went all the way to America the second time and ended up working for you. Know your buddy in Jesse right exactly yeah. I'm aware Paul from now. The vice team worked for Reynard which was a good year for me but it nearly broke may close exhausted at the end of it was at not yet okay. Yeah when he was going fast enough farmland post one Tony Foley. Yeah House primal. How was Kirk? Clovis he's switch switch. Do you know it's like I was. I was good that because bobby was the golden boy we could do no volume. You know he'd never question question marks on anything on needed OGG abounding box and and I'm not the best team player on admit you know if I'm on a team I wanna Harrison just it just I want my guy obtain plan is in my head is me and my guy. This is the wheel. Doesn't matter if you've got the same kind of that was way Outta was work. And that's maybe how me and bobby got good but what an end the following year I was offered a position that Suzuki and initially me for Alberton. Because he wanted to come off the road and can out and then Robbie ended up sign inferences okay and then there was a Lotta drama with. I think the walk. It was died in the in house. Albie got married and didn't change doing Kong. He'd have to go to the airport and his fingerprints taken. He came back. No Green cards only no work visas. Really wow that sucks yeah. Did you work for Robbie. Did you feel like you had Robert. Is Dan John over your shoulder a lot or how he was co ship. It was good because he knew the audience wanted the best for the kid. I wasn't looking after my job. I was looking after his kid right right. That was the difference. I think he the All used to go to him for helping advice that thing. That had happened before I think people will come to town them to stay stay away. Don't don't make very quickly that if you if you involve the kids down the kids obviously has got away got with his doctor and by The buck the likes and instead would like it. You know I'll tell you most of the way it was if you had if you had a You know I got got in trouble for both riding around and I've put on the pit bull twenty. Four what the fuck over at night. I'll get back into cost the stern in fact some of us. I can't do that. That's not good but you. You put a lot into this you know. You're passionate Yuna diller. What a day that was for Robbie? Ninety Yeah Yeah Yeah and I even way. Last time I saw nothing big. It wasn't honest to God. I was a war in the pit. Swallows I will go to my bryce get boned but we had it tuned to the point. Where I didn't put a piston? Wouldn't last two races. It was good on the Donna for twenty. The eight minute thing was just building up. It wasn't very it was fast but it didn't last long but I was an update of twelve kids. Kids guys I'm telling you one twenty five he was. He was big for small robberies. Big and I think it was hauling ass and and you got the sweet spot with him and he's good and I would say Ali he's fading or Mike for the second race and he struggled to put together. We did but hey but you know we we. We got protests at six weeks. I think the last six nationals. We got protested cold about being protested. Your legal no big aims you get to keep the protests on is to go spend it out take all the mechanics out drinking nice nice so what you do. The next year at nine on the late into the season the sinus contract off of it Dave. I was pushing for me to stay with them. So all KINDA got jacked up. So then Mike Brown approach me at Bercy about working with Thorpe thing. So that was going on on Amendment Phillips that ended up in case which he come fault that as this case alleging in a Came about withhold in two thousand two thousand two two thousand one. Okay Yeah and then. After two years with the Jhansi safe thing and not coax pro circuit at that point Mitch and those guys on then I got a offer to be. The Smith goes out to the four. I worked for Smith About doing that MM night with some way to go on the road for that again right. That's right that's what you did. You just lived in the compound and drive around but it was at first. Brian Berry. Muffin had so many miners. He had a big budget for the first years. I think I lost thirty five dates for US intense. But the best thing about dismissing the people I was with in like not you couldn't work. Pat Dude Guy Never fell out with him once. Were there any awesome. Happy with he was cool. Shit yeah the cost. The week I started me and Danny started the same day and you know what then. He's like Dani Stevenson. Yes Danny Hulme. Much God out so much fun with that I'll see something else for sure wherever Good time was had There was any Stevenson. He was there people. Ask You questions on on what they don't have nights in Vegas that all victory the hangover like you having flashbacks strip it club. Limos God if it was that way because I know I can believe it for sure you also were were you. Not unless he's I gu. The Guy wasn't actually fiscal guy and that was always the issue with the but got Trauma sign guys are C- Ryan wide. I'm not meaning to get that kid it but he didn't want to come on board because re-signed Licey that so much needling but you know I got with That's when I got to know those guys like you. Wind Ms Phillips oppose those on those games. Now go to the racist. None of those avoiding a little bit locks on it..

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"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Everybody follow doc law or what. What is your instagram handle? Well I'm not sure. ooh Yeah. It's a great great follow. You've got a lot of works parts a lot of special bikes things that you can't get any more that you somehow rob get your hands ends on one of the coolest things I saw you do and you still owe me a story for this is not going to happen. I don't think but you. So you rebuilt Dave Thorp's what year a six six works by some somebody calls you up and said Hey I got a shell of one and handbook basically thought originally may trying to sell China may help him sell sweet box because when the back in the day you WanNa World Championship Party contract is you got the thought given to you. Honda was so weird about anybody else as they they used to build them with no internals in the suspension no interns the engine kicks out around. There's no there's a gearbox shaft in but nothing else no clutch no crank piston. The ENQUIRER'S IRIS TURNS OUT COLLECT THE GUY walked out with a few occasions. Bought the eighty six and he he called me up you can build it runs again really It might be so you know all that stuff within Europe somewhere else or not digging around and we managed to get the thing done in over the years. The the box been on loan so many times there was no detainee in boats less than it so we have to make a bunch of those. It was a lot of work but it was pretty cool to see that you know and eh and it's not a matter what production stuff would fit anything. Nothing went pretty much crazy. The insane and there was no work sparks in America in eighty six. Either this was. This was one of four insanely trip yet. Insane killed him. Good thing is whenever you through these bonds people always going to be. Somebody says that's not the way bang you'll find. You got these guys that look at photographs than this. I in all he when this or even a mechanic unit boxx not the same weekend we certainly not signed by the end of the season where starting out no different based on the design graphics on the different based altogether when you can always tell some of these collective they start throwing out that much engine frame numbers straightaway. Yeah yeah whatever engine. That thing is is whatever cases told from the stores on Tuesday morning. Yeah Yeah exactly right. How'd you get electrons for was all right that was that was hard yet to rewire the thing and he was touching a said? This thing's built. There's no spark we can't get it to spark walk the guy who works for makeup and he persevered impersonated infanticide. We spoke fired up so yeah I'm not sure if that was luck over that was just bloodymindedness to get the thing started and we put a little video on facebook and I think Scotland half a million visa. Something realistic I ride in Farley or so now the guy's collective and he we were GONNA do a test. That's why I was waiting. I've got all the photographs of it in bits I can. I can ride up the story but we will wait in on the guy to get out and test it with open. That's just never happened so maybe I can make some colts range attest with the same guy with the the poor Malin. Sr Five. I'm GONNA just bill. Yeah Yeah you show me some photos of that at at pro circuit so this is a perimeter frame kegs. Five hundred mail-in and Dan Thorp wrote them Berry one or two years. That's about it and nineteen ninety-one. They made them yawn. Thought not one decided to go to the steel frame. The regular Friday night eighty lakh the exile. He wrote it and then after he was finished with the box went to the got recycled basically went to Belgium. Algebra eighty dollars writes the following year. Oh really okay. So I'll still God. You got some connections wobbles. Is it a lot some of this stuff a little black market market right so it's a little bit like..

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"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

15:38 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Sure. Kristie for tested them and like them as well Alpine stars. You know the name Tech Seven boot of choice of myself They don't have the booty but protect the most advanced booted motocross today. The protector of the four chest protector. That bionic attic next support system. Alpine stars you know that. A and that star Logo. It's iconic at this point and thanks to Alpine Stars for coming on this podcast. Of course doc wobbles who. Actually I had to think about his real name when I was doing the beginning of this podcast because everybody knows them as wasps or doc law but whatever He's an English guy He was mechanic over here for a long time. I used to run into him at the races. Obviously and he's done a nice secondary career building. Motorcycles Do supplying at the vet motorcross nations getting his hands on some real real cool stuff over the years and now he's got this titanium business that he's promoting as well and I think more and more teams over here are going to be using it for sure. It's it's good quality stuff so I had to find out his name. I had to Google his name. And as you find out here in this podcast because I was like wait. What's his name because it's just wobbles or WOP's everybody knows right but you'll find out as you listen to this podcast where I'm like? Hey even get his name wrong so Thanks for listening. Appreciate it appreciate the company supporting the show as always and here. We go read fly racing research podcast and now as promised on the fly racing. Racer REX podcasts. Presented by maxis. Alpine stars a guy that I've known a long time. Go back a ways with him. Don't see him. Nearly as much as I used is to. Except for the random meeting at pro circuit the other day. It's DOC lobs. What's up buddy? How are you? I'm good man. Well first of all your real real name is Rob Robin Mac. Walters just rub in well tourist Mecca. All right see that literally. Nobody calls you buy your. Who Calls you by your real name? That place yeah. That's about it. I think I'm just wobble wop. Yeah wobbles all. You'll call me penguin. The nickname penguin I remember paying. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's the penguin. Batman right and randomly I ran into you at pro circuit the other day. That's hilarious. You come over come over to the US here and there used to come every six months. What business is basically I bought a lot of clarence stock? Vanya mine stuff and are you. She bought a bunch of stuff out of say but to be honest most of its abort most the good stuff now serve so I think good there for a while because Mitch is a hold on you know that stuff sitting back laughing. The nineties last game I know right right and it it's crazy. How much stuff is growing and getting bigger? And I don't know how much everyone's rated Mitch's thing by now so but let's say so. I guess one of the things more into and we'll get into your career. You work for Renard you work for. A bunch of people superlight technologies your newest thing thing titanium bowl to supply a lot of teams with their bolts on their hardware he worked on the US market. How's that going really good? I started doing it. Basically when the exchange right term Bob for us a couple of years ago and I was coming over here for containers for bikes and it just got to the point where I couldn't couldn't just there's no point in doing it on whenever we're building bunks if you buy the stuff I always look to get made a good friend of mine. Who Does Formula One the fastness. I went to him saw tolkien. UNLV told me Pretty quick and he told me about the grades and the processes awesome materials. Now I started source of suppliers against Megan of samples together. It's work on lots of money. Didn't think I think it would cost this much. It's we're doing really good moment. Yeah cool good to hear Yeah Vo Yamaha just went from being like a privately funded armed Yamaha Saddam to be in the full factory dealer. Now we've been a food as factory supplier. So that's a big thing for US district staff out. Yeah absolutely early nuts get good too good to see. US teams if people are listening or people you can contact wasps on his website. DOC DOT COM. It's good pricing thing to like compared to tie. Because I've been buying tie for some of these finished bikes that I've been building and of course I use it for many years on many teams and your your pricings good good. We're trying to get it down still crazy expensive. My target is under a thousand bucks. But that's true even hard with the more stuff we make. The mobile will the Modern box not just m sect's might bounce anymore most thus shoulder special shea a knows those catch you out 'cause that really expensive to make you order those by the hundred the regular about three thousand. Yeah you know it's funny. You're right WHOA. I got four fifty and you look at the bolts that like apparently back in the day like Yamaha if a bolt doesn't need to be an eight or ten like seatbelt and aside panel bolt and this an exhaust bolt are all different lengths and sizes. And I think years ago they used to be all the same. You know looking at that. You know that used to be just a boat with aluminum machine washer now they will in code. But it's when you actually take a Yamaha for example you know Yemen has got six belts the referendum just so much to do then once you start dealing with the teams. They weren't different stuff which is cold because because you know we do the bolts for the extra months effectively. KTM clump. Yeah so we. We custom build kits for the teams torture I quit wrench in a long time ago. You're still kind of doing it a little bit but you were you. Were you building these vintage bikes for the the. US guys but basically you were a mechanic for a long time and GP's and in America and you've moved on to the next stage in your career as at high. And I always tell people wall because I'm just like I would never go back to full time mechanic. You'd have to like kidnapped my family I guess and then make me do it. I don't know it's so much work back in the day while I think it was on my sound. Some dude telling these kids that. Go to ease the way they just weren't reliable. You know then they take a lot of work eh softball crazy now. Take Stock 456 suspension on a pipe bomb you go. Yeah Yup I was building. You know. Take four hours to build L.. Device Bike Justin stuff and it just seemed to be a lot more work and of course when I was them. You know in the Box van days and you weren't just wrenching engine on stuff. You were building motors. You were driving. The truck could be three or four days. No Grocery shopping. Yeah exactly organizing parts. You know luckily suspension guy wasn't doing that myself but you know I was building Wales and yeah just doing everything. I don't think a lot of these guys do that. Much Chen million. You look back on your career and sometimes thing what was I thinking I wouldn't change. I I know right. I think you're you're a little bit like me. Where like we're foreigners we're in America? This is the big dream and we don't have any family are real friends outside of the people at the racist so why not just work our balls off. That was well. That's that's kind of where the foul guys benefit. Because there's no distractions Fitschen you out because you were up to laval you got nothing better to do the hang out the show. So that's kind of what you do. So farley castle vet. Those nations has been ten years fifteen years ago. And it's about Yeah I've done it ten years. It's it's a looks like a phenomenal event. I gotta get over there at one point and time. Somehow you got suckered I mean you got into into asked into building these bikes for this race. For the American riders come over and everybody from Tedesco to do Bach to Kahlo still a sheen. The Dow you name them they've come into hoop. They've come over they've race. These races fro and you've been the man for the most part to build them. These K X five hundred CR. We are five hundred whatever kind. They want their their contract. Needs or whatever. How'd you get into that first of all I mean obviously you were building bikes for magazines and everything? But how'd you become the point man for team. USA This farley rows of no idea. I'm lucky enough to pain you enough. The nineties as the will dig at the moment of the eighties around Guam priced so kind of know what he's GonNa like and I kinda neither strengths and the weaknesses Gollnisch never easy. I've got mechanics at home. It works for me. They work on four-stroke stuff. And I don't know I could learn but no point down on I don't WanNa to learn you know. I take my hat too but I'd really prefer not to talk on the four stroke on the to- stroke stuff. You know I was having. It's a lot easier to to work on something more familiar. When you know you know people get carried away with a couple of years ago? They were always everything now. everything the You GotTa do just enough with just what. It's supposed to look like him. It's not hard to find them pitches. It's gotta be. I was kind of watched everything going Tom. Right on the side. One in desperately to be a mechanic and you taking this stuff and I guess Are you running out of K.. Ex parts like are you know stuff's hard to find. Now you know steph starting to be Looking into we've we've got with my Formula One guy he's helping me out with digital printing with rapid prototyping. I'm I'VE GOT MY HANDS ON I. Five hundred esotique piece clutch cover which we've now got a plastic brush bought into a bar to make sure it works and you know trying to develop that I'm getting. I'm trying to get the machine in costs down to get those to be sensible money. Oh okay that'd be pretty cool. Yeah things that you know because it's not you can't get it you gotTa Make It. He's not going away. Luckily I'll I just think it constantly shifts is like the ninth stuff now is getting in. Because the what's what's what's the dump stuff you can't get you buy. Ah a CR two fifty eight nine. You can buy it for nothing. But you want forecasts conqueror of the money you know and you off gone to Ufo to Maitland of looked into it is making plastic mounts expensive unit right and at some point these guys just threw that stuff away or whatever you know just runs out about you know the the promote England they keep for this not ninety nine law Eichel keep talent you should stick to like twenty five years old and it gives people chance to buy a bike from Ebay and device in a couple of years but they keep to say nine thing started offers a also eat former vases but he thinks penguin I never thought of that. So yeah the rules eighty nine. That's right so yeah come on man you guys got got open that up a little bit because there was an eighty nine the longtime ago..

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"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Appropriate next network production. Welcome to the flyer racing. Steve Math is show presented by maxis tires and Alpine stars protects on racer x online dot COM dot com but your continued support of our sponsors. We answer past one thousand podcast. Delivered with over seven million downloads clicked at Amazon banner on pullbacks. Help us out and donate the patriotic suits you and as always enrich your modal lifestyle by working with the sponsors who support us the original Modo podcasts. Featuring legends ends of the past stars of today season previews and race reviews introspection opinion backs and laughs. Here's your host. Steve Mathis Walker by the flyer racing. Racer X podcast with DOC wobbles thanks for listen appreciate it. Thanks to Max's well and Alpine Stars all on board with this show of course fly racing from the F. R. Five boot to the Yvo Yvo gear with the BOA. Or how has the ball also to the formula helmet fly. Racing's got you covered head to toe. Thanks to those guys are making it happen. Go to your dealer demand to see. He fly racing's latest greatest Connecticut Mesh is out now. The coral stuff that they just released the Monster Cup is available now. Fly Racing Dot com be like like bagging in Justin Bogle and Zach Osborne and and Western Pike. And everybody else in where fly racing in Nebbi great fantastic the formula helmets simply amazing man. I just these guys have done such a a good job with this formula helmet whether it's the re on Whether it's the lightweight whether it's the how quiet it is whether it's the venting the fly racing guys have absolutely lutely killed it with this formula helmet man so thanks for making it happen and making this show happen. I should say also Max tires t developed by Jeremy Mcgrath a used by. Aj Canton's are out there and super cost mountain bike tires as well light truck tires. Whatever it is Max's tires we'll have you covered? They've done a good job with tires over over the year and if you're in a market for high tire and you haven't looked at Max's before please check out the St Line. You'll you'll be impressed for sure. Kristie for tested them and like them as well Alpine stars. You know the name Tech Seven boot of choice of myself They don't have the booty but protect the most advanced booted motocross.

"walters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"walters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Walters this is fox news. we get what ten below average will end the weekend with temperatures above average. overnight lows upper fifties opposed. Sunday a chance for some scattered rain today yeah highs in the low seventies shower on Sunday evening forthcoming and low in the low sixty showers storm on Monday. seventy. for top rate of six eighty WCM listed every Sunday from six so five to six twenty AM for a broadcast from the internationally known Saint Jude tried in Baltimore Saint Jude is the patron Saint of despairing hopeless cases join us in prayer every Sunday from six so five to six twenty AM on WC BM listen Sonny's at nine AM for radio mass of Baltimore the live liturgy of the Sunday mass from St Ignatius church in downtown Baltimore and again at six PM for rebroadcast following the mass stay tuned for a message from the archdiocese of Baltimore on talk radio six eighty WCBS you're listening to coast to coast AM on talk radio six eighty WCBS. this is coast to coast.

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"walters" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"walters" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"walters" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"walters" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast. And I'm your host Scott Ingram this week. We're celebrating International Women's Day and women in sales with all women all week. Today's tip comes from my friends, Kristy Walters. Here's what she has to share with us today. This is Kristie Walters. Co hosted the Y in the by podcast, and my daily sales to pre you is don't be a know it all I will admit I am a reformed. No at all. And yes, all of my childhood, friends and family can stop laughing right now. I always felt like I needed just a little bit more information. One more certification one more example of how to handle a specific objection. I just started a new job. And I think some of my colleagues are wondering. Wow. When will she stop asking questions? I'm always throwing out the what if scenario, and it's interesting for me, especially. Really now starting a new role. How deeply rooted that need to be a know it all or that need to show my worse by showcasing my knowledge really is. And I suspect a lot of you out there experiencing the same thing. How often have you hesitated to make a phone call or over prepped for a meeting just in order to make sure that you had one more piece of information? And I want to be careful here. I am not suggesting that you don't prepare in advance for your meetings. You absolutely prepare in advance for your meetings. You need to do the work to ensure you have the right foundation to support your customer effectively. What you don't need to do. However is walk in with all the answers if you are in any level of. Complex sale. The last thing your customer wants to feel is that you were the one stop shop like that. You are the individual who has all the answers. And there's no one else behind you. Sometimes not having the answer, and showcasing that you can pull a team together to provide the right level of support for your customer goes way farther than anything you could have done on your own. It shows the depth of your organization, it shows that if something were to happen to you or you were indisposed that your client would not just be sitting out waiting for you to come back with the right answer. Too often as sales people, we get closer to our clients and shut everyone else out that doesn't serve you. And it certainly doesn't serve your customer. So how do you not be a know it all how do you become comfortable with walking into an environment? And not having all the answers. And I think for me it has always been. About asking those clarifying questions. Sometimes even when you do have all the answers asking those clarifying questions allowing time for those questions and answers to marinate, meaning not being pressed always provide every answer with it within the meeting timeframe. And then just being fierce with your follow up. Not allowing time to drag on while you go and find those answers. But the secret sauce is is connecting those clarifying questions with what your client what your customer objectives are. So that's my daily sales tip. Don't be a know it all and go out and sell something. And remember, we know you're y your housing your what's get much better. That's it for my daily sales tip. Don't be a know it all asked the clarifying questions. And remember you have a team of people behind you to support your efforts with your customer. Thanks so much. There's a lot of great stuff in this single idea from Christie have you suffered from no it always him before. I'm definitely pleading guilty to elements of this one lots to think about and talk about here. So join our conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash forty six there. You'll find links to all things Kristie Walters, including her the why and the by podcast, then come back tomorrow for another great sales tip from another incredible woman in sales.

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