35 Burst results for "Wesson"

"wesson" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

06:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"wesson" Discussed on Gun Talk

"We talked about you see a sex pistol kind of a mini 1911 ish, pistol very, very nice, all metal gun. And then your pivoted right around to the brand new caliber to cartridge, the federal premium 30 super carry. It's going to be available at least one and probably a bunch of other Smith and Wesson's. Cory, one of the things I think about when I first heard about this, and you've been around long enough, you had the same reaction. I'm probably the first time you hear of a new cartridge. Really? Another cartridge? We don't need to know the cartridge. And I wouldn't submit. Let me admit right up front. I have a terrible track record at this. I mean, 6 5 more. We don't need that. That's never going to amount to anything. Yeah, right, Tom. That worked out real well for you. You know, this is a cool cartridge. All right, are you shot this gun? Tell us more about this cartridge. So I'm in the same boat. My personal collection, I try to minimize my variety of ammo, but I did see all the data from federal on why and what the engineered behind this round. And it really does have the stopping power of a 9 defensive round or how point like it's just the 30 super carry is just as good. So when I got behind the gun with a 30 super carry and actually felt the recoil, that's to me where the biggest difference was it felt like I was shooting the same platform but in three 80. So running it fast was comfortable and easy. And then you add the ability to add two extra rounds to your magazine. You think like a shield plus and get up to 15, which is phenomenal and that small little package or an easy up to ten plus one. So there's a lot of advantages to it. But I definitely am probably going to switch over just because it was such a nice pleasant shooting platform. You know what I hear? I think I hear you saying, is that on these micro 9s which you could flip around? They become now a micro 30 super carry. It makes, and look, we all admit physics is physics and these very small guns are harder to shoot. You got recoils there because you have less mass. What you're telling me, I think, is that this makes these guns easier to shoot. It really does. And I'm not saying it's shooting a shield all day long. Wouldn't be fun, but if I had a choice between a 9 shield plus and a shield plus and 30 super carrying a shoot all day long, I would take 30 super carry all day long. That much of a recoil difference. We were talking about a 32, if you were 32 caliber, a hundred grain HST bullet doing 1250 feet per second. 347 foot pounds of energy, and I would point out to anybody who said, yeah, we've had the 9 millimeter. Yes, it does, except remember this. The 9 millimeter cartridge is a 120 years old. In that period of time, maybe we could come up with something newer and more interesting and different and better and I guess the question I have for you, the question you're getting all the time right now, probably Cory is. So what other guns could you chamber for this? Pretty much Tom it looks like anything that is 9 millimeter could be going over to super carry. Same well, the magazines are slightly different, but pretty much the same footprint. It's just a little bit narrower, like you said like a 32 versus three 5 7. So it's just a little bit narrower, skinnier round, but you add that added capacity. And I really do think it is a game changer. And to your point, 9 millimeter being around for over a hundred years, I mean, yeah, I think maybe we could do something a little bit better now. You know, I've also reminded of the three 27 federal and everybody goes, yeah, why do we do that for? Then you start looking and you go, holy cow I'm getting three 57 Magnum in this little 32, there really is a reason and a benefit for all that. And in this case you're getting more capacity in your gun with a cartridge that's still delivering 9 millimeter performance ballistically with less recoil and okay, maybe I need to pay attention to this. Yeah, I think the thing that's going to help federal really be successful on this is their ability to actually produce it, right? All these new calibers come out and whatnot if it's not there if there's a lot of platform for it to be able to shoot it. It kind of festers and dies, but that's why we were happy to team up with federal and do two of our biggest guns. The easy series and then the shield plus and 30 super carry. Both phenomenal platforms on our own, then you add this new caliber to it, the extra capacity, the lower recoil. It's just a perfect, perfect everyday carry option. Cory, come on. You've had a full week now. We want the CSX in the 30 super carry, too. Tom, you and me both. I'm not saying it's not on the table. If I were king of Smith and Wesson again, I would be I would be pushing for a 30 super carry and PSX because that would be phenomenal. It didn't happen. That tiny little things. It's going to happen. I'm just going to happen across the board. The only real question is, confederate crank out of ammo to fill the need and that's the deal with MO these days. Exactly. So we'll wait to see on that one, but very cool. Congratulations on the CSX that is a really seriously good carry pistol. And then, of course, getting on board and being part of the launch with federal on the 30 super carry. Exciting stuff or Smith and Wesson. It is always a pleasure to chat with you. Absolutely. So people want to know more, Smith Wesson dot.

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Larry Keane Describes the National Shooting Sport Foundation

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Larry Keane Describes the National Shooting Sport Foundation

"For our podcast listeners who may, you know, I have them very wide ranging audience some mostly conservative, but not all conservatives are probably gun owners, probably some are not. Some may not know. I mean, they're familiar with the organizations like gun owners of America. NRA, folks like that, let's take a step back a second. Let's talk about national sports shooting federation because I've gotten to know you guys. Know what you do, you're great folks, and especially for the industry part itself. Less scar there and with these ideas of shot show with the administration coming up. What is the foundation of the? Who do you work with? And let's get that foundation and also continue on this conversation. So the national student sports foundation is the firearm ammunition hunting industry sports industries trade association. Our members are and there are over 9000 members are all of the major firearms and ammunition manufacturers you've heard of. You've seen and smaller ones, you may not be as familiar with distributors and dealers, retailers. From the modern pop and the back country road in rural Georgia all the way to the big box corporate retailers like bass pro shop and such. So very broad range of members, everybody that makes something to go in on around or through firearm for hunting, shooting sports, personal protection, so ask that question, well, what's the difference between you guys and say the NRA? And the elevator speech Doug is the dividing line is to check out counter. We represent the industry from the bar stock being delivered to Smith and Wesson to make the firearm to the sell to the consumer after a background check by our retailer somewhere in the United States. And that's really

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"wesson" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"wesson" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"I can see the 6 MOA, but I would still get the three. Yeah. Even then you can throw it all the way up at the top brightness or it blooms and it looks bigger. And if you're just blind like most of us on the podcast, it blooms anyway, so if you have a stigmatism, it blooms anyway. Exactly. Exactly. Rob, you got anything. No, you guys are pretty much covered. Yeah. Looks pretty sweet. Yeah, that's as long as like I said. It's designed for a competition and not the daily carry. Yeah, and they're not touting it as daily carry. It's competition. Red dot. You mean somebody's actually marketing as is designed. Yeah, because trade you can't just kind of double back on the SRO. I don't know if you guys saw this, but originally, the SRO was marketed as not for due to youth and they recently just like knowledge for due to youth. And it's like, well, no, it isn't. Because you said it wasn't to begin with, and it breaks. So what are we doing here? Well, so edible don't change your mind in a year and a half and say no, no, it's for duty. Because the Internet will drag you. Now if they come out with like a version two that does get rid of four hour auto shut off or has shake away doesn't have all the wall? Yeah, you know, fine. Their abilities there. I'm less concerned with durability on competition optics because, you know, I don't know what the durability is like. You know, I need to make that clear. I don't know if it might be trigger con. It might be doctor J or whatever that site was. Yeah, yeah. I don't know. But and I'm with pretty much what Tony's friend said, the edible optics are good things. So, you know, I don't think it's going to be down there with the, you know, hey look, I bought this off wish dot com, but, you know, so there it is, that is the edible CRD red dot. Next up, we have a pistol that you might be able to mount it on. You might not because they don't tell you what they're mounting platform is. And that is the Smith and Wesson M and P shield plus optics ready. MSRP on that is 595 bucks. It's essentially the shield plus like we talked about. I don't know. I'm not sure. It's just now you can get it with optics ready, which is a good thing because we all know that you should have optics ready on pretty much anything you come out with. It's still ways, you know, 19.3 ounces and 6 inches long and 1.1 inches wide and 4.6 inches high and in 9 millimeter, still comes with you can still get its ten plus one or 13 plus one with the extended magazine, you know, I looked everywhere and couldn't find which optics it mounts or uses. I did see one. I think it was one picture of it with like the crimson Trey's red dot on it, which I think uses like the vortex viper venom plate, but mounting servers, but I'm not sure. It does have a flat face trigger, of course, all the other stuff. It does come with one 13 and one ten round magazine. It's got an audible trigger reset. It says thin and lightweight, which we all kind of know. It's got an 18° grip angle. Armor night durable corrosion resistant finish, of course, it's got Smith and Wesson lifetime warranty enhanced grip texture, which I think is it's a decent grip texture if it's similar to the like two and stuff like that. The one I put in the show notes is the one without the thumb safety. You can get one with thumb safety if that's your thing. You know, I'm glad that they're making it with an optics cut. I think this will be a good seller for them just like the original shields were, especially now that you can get an optic on this one. I just wish that somewhere somebody would have told me if it uses mounting plates or if it's which platform it mounts on, is it a multi use? It does keep the front and rear sights. So that's it's not one where you have to get rid of the rear sight to mount an optic. That's a plus. I'll let somebody else take it away now. Yeah, I looked for what mounting thing it had. I couldn't find it either. Just based on the look of it, it does look like it's for one. It doesn't look like it uses a plate system. Right. That's kind of what I thought too. I would hope it's I would hope it's a RMR's C or 5 O 7 K whatever, but since crimson trace is also owned by the same company that on Smith and Wesson because I went to crimson trace and I'm looking at the red dots. And it looks like the doctor footprint bro oh. Well, okay. So if it's a doctor, that's the same as the shield, which I also believe is the same as the RMR C and the 5 O 7 K, but it could be wrong on that. Because I don't know which CT optic they have concentrated. So I went to the rad pro. And that says it's also compatible with the doctor. The CT rad pro is his own footprint. I got you. Well, if it's a weird footprint, that's stupid and shame on you, Smith and Wesson for doing that stupid nonsense, but if it's a normal footprint, cool. I think, honestly, this is what the shield probably should have been from the beginning like this is. I mean, and this is let's be honest, this is compete with the hellcat, the 360 five the glut 43 X and 48. Whatever that new F in 5 O one, whatever. 5 O 9. This is the new hotness is what people want. And good on Smith and Wesson for saying, okay, what you want? Fine. We'll give it to you. Yeah. I think it's probably a fine gun. I know the shields were the original shields were fine guns, and you can buy those right now while I'm about right now, but a couple of years ago, you could buy this dirt cheap. Very sharp piece, 600 bucks on it. It's not outrageous. It's more expensive than the original shield, but you're getting more gun too. So you're getting more gun. I checked it out when they came to them in my last event. I actually fired the regular one. I dug everything about it. You know.

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"wesson" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"wesson" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Mark smith the presence of smith wesson case. You miss that or you missed the news. The the big news of the week smith the western announced that it's moving headquarters out of springfield massachusetts. They've been there for one hundred seventy years. Why would they do that. Oh yeah they're moving to. I wanna say maryvale. But i was told no. That's not how it as it's bearable. Marital tennessee just outside knoxville. and it's really simple massachusetts. Sikorsky keeps passing more and more restrictive gun controls but the one that the legislature is working on now is actually specifically targeting smith and wesson. They want them to leave so what they've done is they said okay. You know those guys that we don't allow people in massachusetts to buy which means of course myth a western other manufacturers have to have guns with us not available to massachusetts can like our gt twenty five out of april in massachusetts. They have a roster. The way that california has an official list of these guns can be purchased no others skin and no semiautomatic rifles like teams qualify polymer pistols doodo. No no so the legislature said. Well we don't have to get rid of these guys. What does pass. A law says not only. Can you not sell them. You can't make them if you're in massachusetts it would be illegal for you to even make these guns even if they're only sold in states where they're legal. It hasn't passed yet but it probably will but what happened wasn't the legislature sent the message to smith it. You must leave if you don't we will do this thing. And that's according to mark at sixty percent of the revenue and they did a billion dollars in sales last year at that point. You okay rodrigues on the wall gotta go yes. It's going to cost one hundred twenty five million dollars to do this move. It's gonna take a year and a half for them to be in production. Maybe you know you know the drill if they say year and a half. It's going to be two years before they're making guns that we can have out of tennessee more of the same right just more of the same. Oh let's see november three so we A rather a month from today at least as october three The supreme court will hear the case in new york state rifle pistol association case. This is basically the follow on to heller and mcdonald cases in new york. For you to get a carry permit you have to show good cause no one ever has good 'cause unless you are a celebrity or you're paying serious bribe. We're talking thousands of dollars to get your your permit. They say no. That's not a good enough reason. But i want to protect my family. Not good enough but i carry lots of cash. Not good enough. So what. the supreme court's got. Here's is that okay under the second amendment. Can they restrict that right now. My money's on them saying yeah. No that.

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"wesson" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

04:07 min | 4 months ago

"wesson" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Have to work through isn't it. Sure is yeah. It's been changing the tires. While you're driving down the highway we're going to have to obviously duplicates portions of the business In the short term while so we'll you know we'll start up some operations and in the maryville facility once it's once it's You once we got the equipment in there and we buildings ready to go. We'll we'll move some operations there and then shut them down and the and the location. They're moving from then move onto the next one so we'll have a little bit of overlap and a little bit of you know a little bit inefficiency for you know for a little bit. Well we're moving but then at the end of the day once we're all there in one place you know. We're we're pretty excited about the you know the kind of once in a once in a career lifetime opportunity to the white sheet of paper and you know and and fix some problems that maybe couldn't fixing here exam that's interesting point you know you're thinking okay. This is not something we want to do. It's gotta be massively disruptive but at the same. Okay if we're gonna do this. Let's take advantage of it. And there may be some economies that we can build in because we base get haired one hundred seventy years worth of manufacturing here and you say okay. Let's try to find the lemonade out of this lemon. Absolutely and you know we've got You know i think. As evidenced by our product line and the workmanship and quality of our products. We've got some unbelievable engineers The the level of skill and intelligence with these of those guys and gals just frankly unbelievable dirt chomping at the bit to look at the way you know. Okay so if i'm starting with his co. i do this. I've always wanted to do this. I've always wanted to do that. And we don't see we should try this and it's going to be a fun fun couple months of a you know find making a better mousetrap. Or what's the time line on the moves in so we'll actually break ground very soon here so the facility Right now is just a farm field. So a beautiful location in knoxville tennessee. Just south of knoxville tennessee in in in maryvale so right at the foothills of the of the smoky mountains -utiful they will They'll start moving dirt around and grading Probably within the next six weeks And then the facility will be up and ready ready to take an equipment by this time next year. It'll it'll be happening pretty quick. Start moving equipment and you know in the fall or early winter of next year and then we'll probably be in a in a position where we can start moving office folks in probably by the late spring early summer of twenty three while it's a process that has to be designed ernest. When you put some of your best people on that and not just making steph but actually organizing an engineering the move for sure right and you know we talked earlier about the disruption and you know having to having to produce. Well you're moving the that you know might even be the the bigger issue than it. Is you know people having to worry about three hats now for the next year and a half while they're while we're running the business but also you know building a new building and that redesigning processes and so so You know a big task in front of us. You know a lot of work to go. But you know i i. I never cease to be amazed at what this you know. What the dedication and loyalty of this team and what. They can do what they accomplished. I have no doubt it's going to be successful. Yeah yeah great. People you're gonna be joining the conga line of manufacturers in the firearms industry headed toward the south these days. I'll see if i can call troy up the road and see if we can share you all there you go well mark. I wish you lots of luck. I know it's huge disruptive. It's not something you wanted to be enforced out. But i kind of like the idea that you're looking at the bright side saying okay. Well let's take advantage of it. It's an opportunity. Let's do something with this. Absolutely all right. We're good luck. thank you sir. Appreciate that smith and wesson mark smith absolutely. You take care all right. Mark smith the president and ceo of smith and wesson. They are moving big chunk of their operation including the headquarters from massachusetts where they're being driven out to tennessee..

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Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths

Texas Standard

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths

"Brown. The Mexican government is suing several leading gun manufacturers in the United States, alleging their business practices lead to weapons smuggling across the border and deaths in Mexico. Angela co chair gave Katie P. Reports from El Paso. In the lawsuit. Mexico's government alleges top U. S gun manufacturers including Smith and Wesson, Colt and Glock know their practices facilitate arms trafficking. Mexico estimates 70% of the illegal guns in the country are from the U. S, including those smuggled from Texas and other border states. Mexico's Foreign minister Marcello Abrar, traveled to El Paso Tuesday to mark the two year anniversary of the mass shooting. During an interview after the remembrance ceremony, he said Mexico had built a case based on intelligent Turkey. The link between guns sold in the U. S. And deaths in Mexico. The Mexican government estimates at least 17,000 murders involved traffic guns in 2019. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in US federal Court in Massachusetts, where a leading gun distributor is

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"wesson" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

02:59 min | 7 months ago

"wesson" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"I don't know if i mentioned that we have all the dogs in here. They're doing so good they're behaving. Go ahead. I'm sorry so just going to go straight into that. Horrific fateful day of march twelve two thousand and four and fresno california low that recent. Yeah it's recent oh so. The police had been called to what they thought was a domestic child custody dispute having absolutely no clue as to how that was going to be unleashed that day they were outside of what would come to be known. As the western family compound. There was a group of family outside of the house. Disputing with a group inside of the house so it was like two large factions of this family. The fact that it's called the compound means that there's a lot. I am assuming when i read that compound. It's not it wasn't a very big. It was like a old office lake converted into a living space but it wasn't very big It wasn't very big if you look at the pictures compound because of the subject matter probably okay so anyways there's this heated heated dispute going on between these two the people inside and the people outside and police are called night. Oh no fit was from the neighbors or if it was from the family that called the police but it was over children. They were being denied. The there was two women who had brought a large group with them who had come to get their children To seven year old boys that were inside the house and they were being denied their children and they don't live there at no at this point. What the hell yeah. It's like a call. Yeah that's about on All right so at the center of all this is fifty seven year old. Marcus wesson cuts an intimidating large figure with lengthy tangle of grain dreadlocks. He's just he's they said he was like five nine. Which isn't that's not very super tall to me. But he was also very hefty. If you see picture of him he does look very intimidating to me. What's his name. Listen marcus wesson marcus. And pulling him up he's also the uncle to the women demanding their children and he's the father of said children wake our house what he's the uncle to the girls that are asking for their children and he'll love father two children now. Yes so that if that gives you any clue of where we're heading if this gives you any clue of what kind of person we're dealing with just gonna show you all right now. Despite all the chaos and the fact that he looks on timid eating yeah in contrast to the panic in these women lake that are trying to express to these cops like the urgency of getting their children..

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"wesson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:17 min | 7 months ago

"wesson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Still struggled process. What had happened to their family up next. Marcus surviving family. Copes with the trauma. Every so often something so in fact full happens it has power to capture the attention of a whole country in event so deadly or dumb founding it has no choice but to live on in infamy high podcasters. It's ashley flowers. And i'm exposing the most sinister cases from the darkest corners of the globe in my new true crime limited series international infant. Every tuesday come along as i guide you on a wicked world tour. Fifteen different countries fifteen infamous crimes take a to iceland. Were six people confessed to a murder that never actually happened journey to mexico. Where a luce. Lebron wrestler moonlights as a serial killer and traveled to new zealand. Were two friends. Hatch a deadly plan to become famous. Each episode of international infamy explores the twists and turns of a notoriously high profile case zeroing in on the cultural details which make the crime unique to its location and explaining why it couldn't have happened anywhere else. Ball my new spotify original from podcast. International infamy with ashley flowers and catch a new episode. Every week listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is brought to you by progressive. What's one thing you purchase with a little extra savings weighted blanket smart speaker that new self care trend. You keep hearing about well. Progressive wants to make sure you're getting what you want by helping you save money on car insurance drivers who save by switching to progressive. Save over seven hundred dollars. 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Unleashes afyon was one of the first to interview police who discovered the remains of marcus's children. She couldn't help but involve herself in the grisly. Saga alicia knew that marcus's surviving victims. Were in trouble. Following his arrest they had endured unimaginable trauma. After the murders marcus's sons. Were still calling him a great father. It took a long time for them to understand who he really was. But alicia was more concerned with the girls and women that were left behind. She interviewed elisabeth. Marcus's first and only legal wife. She was inside the house during the march twelfth killings and was wracked with guilt that she couldn't save her children and grandchildren. Elizabeth had been tormented for decades. When she married marcus who was an adult at the time she was only fifteen years old. Marcus already fathered a son with her mother when she got pregnant with her. First child from the ages of fourteen to twenty six. Elizabeth carried eleven of marcus's children. The rest of her family blamed her for the murders. She was reduced to sleeping in her car at night until alicia invited elizabeth to live with her alicia knew. It was a cardinal sin in journalism to involve herself in the story. But she couldn't just back away. She wanted to save the other survivors to she eventually invited to of marcus's other daughters gypsy and kiani to live with her and elizabeth kiani in particular still struggled to understand the depths of her father's sickness during the trial. Kiani stunned the courtroom by saying there was nothing wrong with the father. Having sex with his daughters she used marcus's term loving when describing her own melih station. Eletion knew that kiani. Gypsy and elizabeth couldn't be held responsible for their beliefs. Marcus had brainwashed. His family into believing that he was a literal god. His children acted against their own self interest. Purely out of fear. It took years of deprogramming and therapy for the victims to shed marcus's propaganda. Eventually marcus's children were able to accept the reality of what had happened. Those who protected him when he was arrested. Finally denounced him for the horrendous. Abuser that he was the women alicia took into her home. Were also able to rebuild their identities by september. Two thousand nine. Elizabeth was fifty years old and finally filing divorce papers against her husband. Although she still mourned her loss children she learned to stay strong for the family. She still had left her daughters gypsy and kiani went on to have children of their own with new men. Gypsy named her daughter alicia after her. Rescuer marcus now. Seventy four still sits on death row today. his once. Massive three hundred pound frame has been reduced to half of that and while he waits for his final judgment his victims are finally living their lives outside of his shadow. Thanks for listening today and true. 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"wesson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:22 min | 7 months ago

"wesson" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"This episode is brought to you by square with square. You get more than a website. You get tools to help you sell products book appointments and take orders online fast. See what square can do for your business at square dot com slash gold slash spotify. Today is sunday. June twenty seventh twenty twenty one on this day in two thousand five marcus. Wesson was sentenced to death for the shooting of his nine children. Welcome to today in true crime a spotify original from podcast due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes depictions and discussions of violence murder incest and sexual abuse toward children that some people may find offensive with vise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Today were covering the day marcus. Wesson was sentenced to death. Let's go back to the fresno county superior court in california on june twenty-seventh two thousand five. America had its eye on chief. Deputy district attorney lisa gamal. The case she was arguing was one of the deadliest. Mass shootings in fresno's history. But the killings were only the frightening climax to a vast and disturbing family saga. Though the crimes were decades in the making the i caught the public's attention on march twelfth two thousand four that afternoon to women stood outside a small fresno home demanding that their children who they claimed were being held captive were returned to them concern. Neighbors eventually called the police standing between them and blocking the doorway when authorities arrived was three hundred. Pound marcus wesson. Marcus was cooperative and calm. Even as the situation grew ugly as officer e loyola's guerrino tried to make sense of the. The two women warned that the people inside the home had a gun and plan to harm their children. Detectives called in a swat team and negotiator to de escalate. The situation that was when marcus announced he was going to say goodbye to the children. He disappeared inside the house and shut the door. S guerrino and the other officers were unprepared for the situation and had no warrant to andrew. The house they waited outside for the swat team. The only suspicious sound they heard from inside was an infant crying but a neighbor said that at three thirty. She heard gunshots from inside westerns home. One of the mothers outside the house screamed for her children. Marcus emerged a few minutes later. His shirt and pants covered in blood. S go rhino. Drew his weapon and charged into the house calling for the children to come out when he yanked the door open to a back room. He found a nightmarish scene. That would haunt him for the rest of his life. Nine bodies were piled on top of each other. Most of them children. They were laid from youngest to oldest each had been killed with a single bullet through the i. The body on top was twenty five year old. Sabrina a twenty. Two caliber pistol was tucked under her arm. S carino's fellow officers had to pull him outside the room screaming. Meanwhile marcus calmly knelt on the ground instructing police to use three handcuffs to accommodate his massive wrists a year later. Marcus lawyer told the jury. He didn't deny the darkest elements of the story. The two eldest victims. Sabrina and seventeen year old. Lisa were marcus's daughters. The seven others the oldest being nine and the youngest only thirteen months old. Were also his children. Marcus wesson had raped and impregnated his own underage daughters and nieces public defender. Ralph torres claimed that marcus was a monster. but he wasn't directly responsible for the deaths. Sabrina had been the killer executing the children her younger sister and then herself the district attorney's office on the other hand believed that marcus should still be held responsible for every death that day. She told the jury hell. Marcus raised his children in his own personal cult. He told the kids. That jesus christ was a literal vampire and that marcus himself was god and god was to be feared he savagely beat his family for any perceived slight to keep them in line. He sent his sons away when they turned eighteen when the daughters turned thirteen he wanted them to himself in a bedroom ceremony. Marcus told the family that nothing could ever separate them. It was better to die than to let police or child welfare. Tear them apart. He repeatedly asked his kids if they were ready to die for him. It might be impossible to know if marcus was the one who eventually pulled the trigger. That awful day. But lisa good moignan believed that the years of manipulation brainwashing and abuse led to those nine deaths. The jury agreed they found marcus. Wesson guilty of nine first degree murders. Along with fourteen counts of rape and molestation. He was sentenced to death. Plus one hundred. Two years in prison. As guards led away. Fifty eight-year-old marcus. His surviving family was left deeply divided. While some breathed a sigh of relief others.

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Black Gun Ownership Rises Amid Pandemic, Protests For Racial Justice

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Black Gun Ownership Rises Amid Pandemic, Protests For Racial Justice

"A record number of Americans have purchased guns this year including Black Americans from K. N. UNC in northern Colorado Lee. Patterson reports that incidents of violence against people of color have pushed some to purchase guns for the very first time and warning to our listeners. There are sounds of gunfire in this story. What type of gun is? So this is a Smith and Wesson nine millimeter shield cat trailer bought her handgun this past spring these as she practices at an indoor range with her husband like it's no big deal. But talking through her mask trailer describes how she felt the first time she pulled the trigger is beyond terrified shaking. Hands were sweaty. Trailer is a democratic political consultant who lives in Colorado. At first, she was nervous cleaning and shooting her new gun. And she had a bad experience, the first range she went to she says people were staring she felt unwelcome. Still regardless of the anxiety I had around. All those things. I got into this because I feel like it was necessarily trailer I started thinking about buying a gun when she saw empty grocery store shelves at the beginning of the pandemic. Then she watched racial justice protests unfold across the country. She started thinking about pushback from people who disagree with those efforts if it looks like communities, of Color and people that support communities of color are rising up against white supremacy that could be a problem for us is. It's probably time probably time for them to buy guns a thought that many other Americans have also had in. August. Alone people bought one point eight million firearms according to industry estimates a trade group called the National Shooting Sports Foundation reports the gun sales to customers have grown more percentage wise than for any other racial or ethnic group. With. Her New gun trailer wants to feel like she has a chance during a home invasion or an encounter with police. What we as the family had to determine is, how do we WANNA die? Instead of look at it that way. DO WE WANNA die not being prepared or at least trying to protect ourselves. That's how you weigh that as part of becoming a new gun owner trailer joined the National African American Gun Association Philip Smith is the founder nationally across the board from all over every state. We have people joining all times a day night. You know I I thought something was wrong with computer. Smith was watching membership numbers rise after the death of George Floyd may but black people have been using guns for hunting and protection for a long time historian say that Harriet Tubman carried firearms so did the Black Panthers in the nineteen sixties these days according to a Gallup poll released last year nineteen percent of black people own guns. Smith says his members are not monolithic. Some women join because they've been sexually assaulted some women join because they wanNA teach you some men join because they want to just get really good at self defense people are joining now for different. Reasons some want to support the National African American Gun Association Financially Smith says for others it's more spiritual I. Think people were looking for a home a place where you can kind of event you can belong where you felt your mind having a relief of some sort Bruce Tomlin a truck driver who lives in New Mexico describes his decision to buy a gun response to stress. I'll just say amounting society He felt that way after watching cellphone video showing the death of Ahmad arbitrary a black man who was shot while jogging through neighborhood in Georgia earlier this year don't. Go around arm the rest of my life. That's because he's been feeling under attack for years after the two thousand, twelve killings of Trayvon Martin, for example, and after the mass shooting at a black church in Charleston in two thousand, fifteen by a white supremacist goes like I can just be mine them all business. And if somebody who's a racist, just decide to roll up on me gun meet down. As is decided that like if I go out I'M GONNA go out shooting back. But now that he's an actual gun owner, it's not so straightforward day to day of feel like I can defend myself better defend my loved ones. But I usually get comfortable having it sometime he does not want to kill or injure anyone open carry makes them nervous I would never take my gone to the grocery store and carry around inside or anything like that. But on the other hand I could be in a situation where needed still out in the car or whatever I just like knowing that I have it gun ownership is complicated for Tomlin especially because he's black if he was stopped by police says, he probably wouldn't tell them that he had a gun. And catch trailer says the same thing giving the example of philander casteel he was shot during a traffic stop for years ago in Minnesota after telling an officer that he had a firearm, his car casteel did have a permit to carry it. Cat Trailer believes that gun cost him his life we're not given a fair shake when these conversations are happening automatically worsen tensions are assumed just because we're black, we're gun owners for both of these new black gun owners. It's an identity that comes with risks, but does make them feel safer for

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6 Life Areas Youre Avoiding: And 4 Ways to Face Them Head On by Ingrid Y Helander

Optimal Living Daily

05:48 min | 1 year ago

6 Life Areas Youre Avoiding: And 4 Ways to Face Them Head On by Ingrid Y Helander

"Six life areas you're avoiding, and for ways to face them head on by Ingrid Y Hollander of Ingrid why Hallander Ellum T. dot com? You might call avoidance being lazy unmotivated, depressed freaked out or disliking conflict. But if you are human, you probably know the warning signs when you start avoiding avoiding can become a way of life. If you're not careful robbing you of time relationship money fun and other pleasures here are few target areas and examples of voidance that I see in my office every day. Work Life. You're successful career requires consistent task completion, and suddenly you are online shopping. Crazy. Physical Health. There are two wasteful hours before you get ready for work and rather than going to the gym you roll over and go back to sleep. Relationship. Small disagreement happens and use sullenly walk away from your partner. Social. A friend's invitation weights in your inbox and you tell yourself you'll think about whether to attend or not later. Spiritual Your Yoga, Mat and journal sit in the corner and you daily pass them by. And? Financial. Six bills said in your mail pile. He said Masai knowing that a simple check could pay them tomorrow. Sound familiar. What's happening when you avoid and what can you do about it? Avoiding is seldom a fully conscious choice. Elizabeth Scott s explains this frustrating tendency. This way quote avoidance coping also known as Avoidance Coping Avoidance Behaviors and escape coping is a maladaptive form of coping that involves changing our behavior to try to avoid thinking or feeling things that are uncomfortable and quote. Basically avoidance is bitch will coping skill aimed at reducing pain that is reinforced each time you do it. Sadly. The more you avoid the parts of your life that feel uncomfortable. The more shame you're likely to feel about those parts of your life to shame intern causes more discomfort and hence more avoidance. If you tend to worry in are easily overwhelmed, it can be significantly difficult to simply face tasks and situations and do the thing before you is not your fault and is not a joking matter. Just do it is a great model for selling shoes, but it's not so easy for anxious people to implement. So. What can you do today to head on face those things in life you tend to avoid and do so without crumbling in a corner later Here four ways to face her avoidance had on. Now and very gently. Number one acknowledge avoidance without beating yourself up. So. Yes. Maybe you don't WanNa talk to your loved one about a particular topic. Perhaps you have not exercised or prayed or meditated in many moons maybe the bills are on the back burner your friends wonder if you don't like them anymore, this happens to the very best of people simply acknowledging own that part of you is avoiding with as much compassion for your human self as possible if you get very upset with yourself or anyone else in this process, stop breathe and offer yourself at least one moment of compassion. Number. To write down everything you imagine you'd like to do if you weren't avoiding. Off of the suggestion for a few reasons, some people feel like they are lazy or. When in reality, they're getting nearly everything done in fine fashion for people who are highly driven or perfectionist, but don't own this about themselves. One way of keeping on task is constantly telling yourself that you are avoiding things for others. There's so much shame beneath the surface. This exercise can help you get a glimpse of hidden pain and allow this part of you to be seen by you. Then you can access more help with a therapist to get feeling better. And finally you may just be so accustomed to avoiding that imagining moving forward in a more confident manner is a wild new concept if soul be much easier to move toward the picture that you create in your mind's eye using all of your senses so play using your imagination. For example, in my fantasy world i. Any bill, write a check and send it off. Take my wife's hand and talk it through when I feel stressed wake after eight hours of sleep hop in my Wesson and head to the gym. Just play with it. The purpose is not to make you feel guilty. This is an exercise to increase your creativity and curiosity. Let your body and mind enjoy the play and possibility of doing everything in a way you would like to do it. You may feel inspired ready to embody what you imagine or maybe the thoughts feel to threatening and cause increased. Shame. Conversely, you discover that you are in reality facing a large portion of life, but you habitually use the mantra that you are avoiding. Just notice and write down. Will you discover? Number three start with a small change in the easiest of the six targets. See found some area of avoidance and you can see how you'd like the situation to feel different. Great. Begin by choosing from your list of avoidance is just one little action. You can take thou fuel really terrific or at least good when it's done, make it one with just enough challenge to pursue but not so much challenge that it is emotionally overwhelming for you. You really want to succeed on the smaller items here. So feel free to break any task down into a smaller portion. Maybe, spend one minute meditating this week rather than entire yoga or meditation session. Perhaps, he do fifty push-ups before work. Instead of going to the gym, you could write your partner, a letter of appreciation or reply to a couple of work emails.

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"wesson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"wesson" Discussed on WTVN

"At all. John Mellencamp. Yes. Holy Moses. What do you have A nap now in your phone? No. By overhear you talking family face of the nation keeps changing and changing mouth. What ironic. Welcome back on target. I'm your host Erick Joint in the peace to my good friend J. C says to my right big ed. Also a good friend to my far right And my father says to my fill big field. Could we tell guns now we're going to talk guns now. Okay? What? My famous for whether I like the most. John 38. Well remind over Smith and Wesson Model 10 re volatiles favour. What do we have in our shop just the other day. Ah Smith and Wesson use model tan and you bought it. You know, with this other fighters, Captain Harry puts it out for sale. It lasted two hours and go on to our two hours. The shows we have smart customers shows that you know the revolver is not dead. No lives reliable and great. So if you are watching on Facebook, I know we keep pushing the Facebook. Even they were having some technical difficulties. It is Ed's turn for gun of the weak and this on Ah, you know what? This is one of my Favourite guns of yours and I used to have one myself. I regret it a little bit. Tell us a little bit about this. And I'm like this is literally my gun. Yep, of the week. And forever, So let me introduce you to my little friend. Here We have the P D W a. R 556 This is made by a rock river. I've got it set up with the site mark red dot with multiple radicals inside this you can choose from It also has the flip up sights put on it. I got a flashlight with a laser on the front to Yeah, I put the cheek stock on it, because when I first bought it, they didn't allow you to put a regular stock and then they came out with an armband stock. But I prefer the cheek stock because I can get a better hold of it. And I could see through the site Mark a lot easier than putting up to your shoulder like a runner. Regular rifle. You hold that between your cheeks. Yeah. Now, once again, you're pointing that muzzle right.

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Los Angeles City Council declares racism a public health crisis

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles City Council declares racism a public health crisis

"The only city council approved a resolution declaring racism as a public health crisis the motion calls on city departments to review their internal policies and procedures with ten action items to strive for racial justice KCRW's Larry Pareil has more the motion was authored by the council's three black members herb Wesson current pricing marquis Harris Dawson it says the black residents only make up eight percent of the overall county population but nearly thirty percent of LA county jail population and forty two percent of the homeless population a third of black households across LA county also face severe rent burdens the motion identifies ten core actions the city of LA should take to address the crisis among them work to further enhance diversity to ensure anti racism principles across city government and continue to advocate locally for relevant policies that improve health in communities of color and support initiatives that advance efforts to dismantle systemic racism for KCRW I'm Larry

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"wesson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"wesson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Cease to respond to nonviolent calls councilman herb Wesson says he agrees with backers of the people's budget LA saying they need to re imagine public safety in the twenty first century council president Marie Martinez also supports the plan state Attorney General Javier Becerra says it's time to update the way cops act in California he says he wants to start with use of force including verbal warnings force be used only as a last resort when reasonable alternatives have been exhausted or not the services he wants new rules on the use of rubber bullets batons and tear gas the protests and no more pepper spray in juvenile detention centers he says officers will have to re train on the use of control techniques since he wants to do away with the carotid hold known as the sleeper hold Becerra says some of these reforms will be mandated by law others will be strong recommendations Steve Gregory KFI news cold at nineteen and widespread protest have depleted the LAPD's overtime budget chief Moore says the department has already spent more than forty million dollars in overtime the LAPD uses overtime for more than just emergencies it's also used for patrolling the metro and working with the homeless as well as some drug and trafficking task forces the task forces are being canceled and the other overtime will be compensated with time off instead of extra pay L. A. metro will be expected to eventually reimburse the LAPD for the overtime involved in patrolling public transit the LA county sheriff's department says it's continuing and it's look into the death of a black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale initially investigators said the scene last Wednesday was consistent with the suicide now they want additional information from the corner captain Ken Wagner says they've spoken to the family of twenty four year old Robert fuller regarding the conversation with the family whether or not there was a motive on the part of the victim to commit suicide that information that we did receive although brief is being followed up on until it we can verify the credibility of that we're not gonna comment on the death sparked protests over the weekend people claim fuller was killed and lynched and that there was a cover up news brought to you by sweet James Bergen a group that represents about ninety unions in Orange County is planning on asking the county to reinstate the mandate to wear a face mask in public to help slow the spread of covert nineteen faith and business leaders are joining the union folks and making that request orange county's top health officer who put out the mask mandate last month recently quit amid heavy criticism from people including two OC supervisors who feel wearing off facemask is unnecessary for the latest on businesses re opening across southern California you can check out our website KFI AM six forty dot com key word open the closure on the border between the US and Canada has been extended until July twenty first it has been shut down to nonessential travel to prevent the spread of coal bit nineteen new research shows Colbert nineteen aerosol droplets from a toilet flush can stay in the air long enough to be inhaled the research done in part by scientists at the university in China does not say if such toilet plumes contain enough of the virus to infect someone researchers say the best way to avoid contamination is to close the lid before flushing and if that cannot be done make sure to wash your hands thoroughly let's get a check on traffic.

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"wesson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"wesson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Like Glock Smith and Wesson and sig Sauer plus find all the firearm accessories you'll need at the armory ask about their concealed weapon courses and gunsmithing services the armories conveniently located in Kissimmee winter garden and a veto or online at the armories dot com the open my thoughts on the news of the day download the news nineteen forty five W. D. B. O. S. this is Orlando's evening news on news ninety six point five W. DPO I was lost in Georgia but you know people have to learn to start respecting law and we do not take the weapon away from a police officer so I'm sorry but the cops were justified thank you for listening thanks for the open Mike use the open Mike feature in the news that a six point five W. DPO out to let us know what you think about that story or any other stories six forty one on Orlando's evening news I'm trying to scale and I'm Kevin Rafe use people struggling during the pandemic had the chance to apply for grants from the cares act today it was orange county's third application round in the portal was open for just over an hour this morning before closing process five thousand users visited our site reporter was able to services like the mayor said about twenty five thousand people today Orange County tweeted that the portal would reopen but they didn't give a specific date gas prices going up nationally the national average is up over the last week currently at two ten per gallon of regular the central Florida averages right around two dollars a gallon that's also about ten cents from a week ago I still believe that the price increases perishable and may reverse itself Chipley analyst trilby Lundberg says demand is still weak so that could be good news for saving some money gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DB I don't Thursday Hong Kong Disneyland will be the world's second Disney park to re open the park closed back in January because of the pandemic guests will be required to book reservations online up to seven days in advance in order to maintain crowd control upon arrival they'll have to get their temperature checked and wear face masks Shanghai Disneyland was the first park to reopen last month a lot of people here counting down the days told Disney world Orlando reopens six forty two weather in traffic every six minutes chief meteorologist Tom Terry has the night off George Waldburger with us tonight yes the full five day forecast is brought you by pro Teck air conditioning and plumbing services George what's happening Dhoni most areas will be dry this evening can't rule out a stray shower though but quiet overnight for tomorrow morning and comfortable temperatures down to the low seventies in Orlando but some neighborhoods may actually fall into the upper sixties by morning tomorrow afternoon at ninety one degrees another mainly dry day just a slight chance for a stray afternoon showers Wednesday again mainly dry rain chances low low nineties Tuesday ninety two an isolated afternoon storms rain chance up to thirty percent but by Friday and Saturday low nineties and the humidity is back and will have a fifty percent chance for scattered afternoon storms again that's Friday Saturday and Sunday also a fifty percent chance of afternoon storms with a high of ninety two with the extended five day forecast four times an hour from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist George Waldburger eighty three breezy beautiful of the Kennedy Space Center we have eighty five downtown town and now you're safe touch security triple team traffic for response still a little heavy if OP T. but that's about it once you get past that you're up to speed could have something to do with the ramp back up we do have a crash on OB T. at twenty.

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Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock

Sword and Scale

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock

"Was a kid that was shunned and pooh-poohed over at the country club at a lot of people in that world new Delon as the rich kid who throws parties for burn outs and high schoolers. Rumor has it that Delon takes things to another level when he brings out a black and yellow toolbox filled with party drugs whole basement set up for youngsters for parties. Tried to make it look club in what takes place. They solders xbox Diet. Tv's and stuff like that so joan. There ain't drugs or some folks down there to grow it from. The police ever attended there for these couple years. We had one get out of control. We had to call the police to GET PEOPLE. People usually usually. It's twenty anyways that night. It was more or something was something posted on. Facebook just one. That's the new airplane hangar in Waterloo. Well sometimes a source of tension between father and son slash president and vice president of Malardier was generally a pretty sweet deal for Delon until any contracts were finalized. It was essentially a place for Dell in the store. His hot rods jeeps and jet skis. It also gave access to mechanics and engineers who would gladly tinker away at whatever projects Dylan through their way. All you had to do was keep the place clean and organized. But he couldn't care less about that. More toys were stored at the sprawling. Millar to state. Police I arrived the night of Wayne. Millar it's death. They noticed none of the fifteen vehicles parked on the property were missing. Most of the mansion gave the impression of a messy. Frat House adorned with airplane memorabilia. Save for Wayne's master bedroom sadly smelling of multiple cats and unchanged litter boxes but in the interrogation room when the conversation turns toward Wayne's physical and mental well-being being in the months leading up to his death delon casually hints at what life had been like since he moved back in with his father over a year ago. Yet depression him. He carried some pretty sadness within throughout life. I never really never really wanted to share it with me. The death of Wayne Millar is eventually ruled a suicide albeit a strange one as the coroner suggests he's never seen someone kill themselves with a shot through the eye as the interview with Dell includes. It's clear they've taken. Everything is told them as absolute truth but for grieving son gives the impression of a tired traveller being mildly inconvenienced by the TSA. Of course looking back on it now knowing the full story at all makes sense because Dell and Millar is a master manipulator the new CEO of Millar who will quickly closed the book on his family's legacy and throw it into the fireplace one year later it's February twenty eleven and twenty six year. Old Sean Learner is throwing a surprise party for his then girlfriend. Laura Babcock also in attendance Dylan Millard. An ex boyfriend of Laura's that Sean does not personally know as the party ends several people including Sean and his girlfriend. Laura go back to Delon's apartment. After limited conversation. Sean describes his impression of Delon as sketchy at a certain point. Sean Witnesses Delon giving Laura a pill unprovoked as a birthday present ecstasy he assumes which makes him a bit uncomfortable. Laura Babcock who has felt lost in life since graduating with degrees in English and drama at the University of Toronto has begun seeking treatment for mental health issues that have taken over her life undiagnosed and with increasingly more erotic behavior. Laura is asked to leave her family home after an incident where she threatens her mother with the wooden spoon sometime during the next year. Sean and Laura break up although Sean still loves and cares for he watches from the sidelines as Laura moves in with a new boyfriend eventually ending that relationship and having him arrested for assault as well as the sexual assault of a friend still concerned for his ex-girlfriend's wellbeing and realizing that she's headed towards a downward spiral. John makes arrangements for Lara to stay at a local days. Inn Motel they convene at a nearby food court. Where Sean Learns? She's recently began working at an escort. Service he loans her an Ipad to help her find a safer more permanent living situation. It is the last time they will ever meet in this same period of spring. Twenty Twelve Dylan Mallard is secretly juggling relationships with at least three women including his ex fiancee and the eighteen year old. He was cheating on her with Christina. New Christina Nude Ga is friends with Laura Babcock. Well I guess the more accurate term is frenemies as much as it pains me to use that word. Both of them have slept with Dylan at one time or another and Lars Birthday Christina decides to text her something along the lines of happy birthday. It was a year ago that I I slept with Delon to which Laura replies. That's fine I slept with him a couple of weeks ago to which an upset Cristina remind. You is the one who started. This mean girls exchange in the first place texts back. Did you miss your medication? Today you're a crazy psycho bitch trying to get my boyfriend. You had him and he lost him give it up Christina. New is a delight a role in all this is far from over but it begins in April of twenty twelve following the birthday text. Meltdown now. A flustered Christina texts her permit skuas Boyfriend Delon whose bruised ego once again for every turn of kindness you showed her. She took it and threw it in my face making me discouraged. Fuck she's like a virus like herpes always there but only shows up once in a while with a whole lot of annoying lesions. There's a difference herpes. You can't really get rid of. It just feeds off you until you die. I. I'm going to hurt her then I'll make her leave fancy myself something of an undercover doctor. I think with the right treatment. These herpes can be gotten rid of well. Dr Millard. How do you propose to remove the infectious disease? I think we're being harmed in irritated by toxins released by a parasite removal of the parasite should alleviate the irritation. I will remove her from our lives. Delon reaches out to a friend of a friend and purchase a wooden handled Smith and Wesson Handgun and on July third twenty thirteen. The day of removal has arrived. Want to just do. This is the last footage of Laura Babcock taken by a friend. Who Finds Laura's private joke of meowing and public amusing and wants her to see? Just how silly she looks. She's been telling him about an upcoming trip to Las Vegas. And when he drops her off at a bus station. July second he feels like she is excited for life while. Nobody's there to see it. The signal that Laura Cell Phone Sends Ping's off nearby towers explains what happens next the following evening July third. The map suggests that Laura is very. Near to Dylan's location. The information won't be revealed for many years data records then trace Laura and Delon's phones as they travel to Delon's home. The two phones move together the next day as well until suddenly LAURA'S PHONE STOPS RECEIVING MESSAGES.

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Ohio State big man Kaleb Wesson named second team All-Big Ten by the coaches and media

Glenn Beck

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio State big man Kaleb Wesson named second team All-Big Ten by the coaches and media

"Ten basketball honors announced last night and junior Caleb west in all conference second team he's the only Ohio state player honored reaction all box I last night from six ten WTVN basketball analyst Tony white I thought there's some risk that he might slip to the thirteenth because he's he's had good games have been very good games for Ohio state but he's not been consistent but you know I'm glad to see eight anytime a high stake guys and and second team I'm happy to see that the league's player of the year goes to Iowa's Luka Garza coach for the year Greg Gard of Wisconsin

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Asian governments brace for economic effects of coronavirus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Asian governments brace for economic effects of coronavirus

"Much and let's go to city now we're joined by could train L. economist moody's analytics and of course we already have that pretty bad GDP number coming through out of Japan that was the fourth quarter though Singapore today lowering its twenty twenty GDP growth full constantly knowing that it's going to be in pot to reflect the impact of the corona virus on the line and a state so how are you looking at to I guess the impact of these virus on global economic growth particularly here in Asia what was saying the coronavirus he's going to have a disproportionate adverse impact on Asia simply because Asia is is so connected to you to China time is it a key manufacturing hub it you know it's it's an end point for a lot of supply chain linkages throughout Asia so what Ortiz seeing takkan order disruption starting to occur and that's going to continue to really Wesson the longer this corona virus outbreak continues because basically you know China economic activity has really ground to a halt in most places sorry what we're not seeing that the transport the trade happening and so that's really hurting as other Asian economies as well and sorry has also that the consumption linkages as well sorry for what we're not seeing on mainland tourist arrivals throughout Asia and up to a key source of of ages tourism and consumption so that that's a problematic thing as well in terms of the policy response though Katrina mir for central banker you you throw more liquidity at the problem and I'm wondering whether that's particularly a dangerous prescription at this point in whether or not you must must lobby for much more in the way of fiscal stimulus even though we were talking about that levels that are already a little nauseating sure I mean I think with the with the Chinese government is trying to do really is is just trying to keep the economy a flirt through this this really uncertain terrible time cities is virus outbreak it is still continuing and so that you know the government is just trying to you to manage and it's certainly not reinvigorate the economy but just kind of keep it going as does the uncertainty continues from this outbreak coming that they have to continue doing something to support the the small businesses the that the consumer facing sectors in particular that are really struggling so you know they're doing what they can do this these piecemeal targeted measures to just keep activity going as as best as they can were you expecting in terms of stimulus from other countries in Asia we already had Singapore say they're going to have a pretty strong package in that budget announced this week shows a I mean it's certainly not surprising that we would see Singapore really be on the front foot with trying to increase fiscal spending and that's certainly necessary in an economy like Singapore which is hugely dependent on on China to to keep its economy going I was seeing already that the global trade flows have slowed as a route direct result of the corona virus and that really does impact Singapore given that exports their account for about a hundred eighty percent of GDP and say in other parts of Asia as well was starting to see stop some stimulus sorry we saw that the bank of Thailand actually cut rate surprisingly last week as a result of the corona virus we would expect to see further monetary stimulus as well

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"wesson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"A flu shot the patient may experience mild side effects like muscle aches chills that these effects really occur when your body responds that fight the new virus but typically go away within one to two days you cannot get the flu from the flu shot the other thing that is that adults also don't realize that new flu vaccines are created each and every year to guard against the most likely flu strains and it takes about two weeks for the flu vaccine to provide full protection so it's super important for people to get the flu shot now before the season Wesson how did they do this that this season in terms of predicting which strain was going to be the most dangerous what what so far the results show that we're doing I would say not too badly at least on one of the strains to at least fifty percent effective on the other one from one sixty seventy percent effective it's not a hundred percent no vaccine is truly a hundred percent and that's why it's very important that everybody gets protection by getting vaccinated so that we can increase the numbers of people that won't die this year twelve thousand so far have died you know the majority if not all because they did not get the flu shot thirty four thousand last year at two twelve thousand so far this particular season is there anything that we can do you know but maybe beyond the flu shot to minimize the risk of flu well you can certainly obviously the number one thing is to get your flu shot the second thing is to avoid crisis where you may be exposed to the flu.

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"wesson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on WTVN

"And Smith and Wesson along with one of the distributors came back out with this kind of in honor of with this use the regional one when I let you take it from there and all right okay well the gun of the week which we can't have the gun the week but we do have a newer version of it the other week is the Smith and Wesson model thirty nine hush puppy okay so what's that well the model thirty nine actually came out US one older a lot of people think it came out and fifty five the development fifty seven is it was on the market fifty seven it was a nine millimeter H. shot of some automatic the Smith and Wesson made in there on the other early generations and it was out there but it in the fifties it just didn't have much much following and they said it just kind of basically laid dormant until nineteen sixty seven and sixty seven the Illinois state police with the first department in the United States of America to go from revolvers to semi automatics and they adopted the model thirty nine as they are for Jules farm for the noise state troopers and because of that some of the troopers you'll have some relatives or suffer the navy Vietnam was going on and they said Hey maybe one take a look at this so the navy someone in the navy still will order a few these to to try him out well these we're what was the the special forces use the navy seals were just getting really established in Vietnam in in the sixties so they took the Smith and Wesson model thirty nine and said I will give a try because are using Swedish K. machine guns allotment and the navy seals are really reliable semiautomatic are part fully automatic machine gun using nine millimeter and I thought be a good good combination but they'd like to announce that they said you know what we we need some really specialized weapons for the seals that more will be coming out of the water and you know the operating in covert operations and the Vietcong we use a lot of sentry dogs things like that the let him know when things were a mess so they've modify this model thirty nine the thing was interesting about it was the Smith was one back modified its was sort of an eight round magazine it actually accepted the thirteen around Browning hi power wags in there and it had a really really efficient suppressor it was only good for twenty four to thirty shots and had to be replaced but because it was used to sent to silence sentry dogs they called it the hush puppy so she is the silence other people too so it was very very very popular it didn't make him the public won the articles I read so that there's only two that are known outside of military that are in private collections but and you know nothing is legal or not dictate just has a suppressor on it which anyone can you know purchased one of those going to the paperwork but there was a great great gun got really rave reviews by the military I'm not that many were made but they were used by the navy seals so that's one of those missed mythic guns that was there in the past and for those of us that Vietnam age look around here that could be a couple of interest walk around our show room floor right now but you know it's always one of those guns was out there well for this company came up with a use of the Smith and Wesson said Hey we had of them awarded reserve so so I guess I should say that the the actually slide locked so you couldn't hear the slide acting and that's made more noise actually than the suppressed weapons sort have a lock on the slide a love that you would put it in the notch and it became a single shot to the next shot you'd have to manually charged again lock it up at that kept all the noise down to practically nothing so so what happened is group said you know we're going to call the column so so hush puppy project they worked with Smith and Wesson and they have come out with the new hush puppy which we happen to have one here in the store for sale and they've taken Smith and Wesson is taken there really popular really to printable there M. and P. nine series and this happens to be the the latest on the two point oh as what they've done in a lifetime warranty love actually arrange manager cares what we did there great great great great firearms well they have taken this and they have modified it to have the same features of the original model thirty nine hush puppy had all which was a threaded barrel obviously for the can they put raised sights on it's you can actually use the sites in the stuck up far enough that they can look over the dimension of the key and that would be the the so this pressure that will be on the front but the other thing that really makes it unique is the fact that it does they've they've modified the slide it does have a slide lock that effectively makes it a single shot so you will not hear they said it's it's a silent as the silencer you will not hear of the slide rocker open and so this is basically a brand new version and assist the host puppy project version of the Smith and Wesson and it's really kind of cool so if you want that nostalgia modern gun that has to say comes with two seventeen round magazines and adjustable backstraps they're just create great gun but couldn't I accomplish the same thing by putting some duct tape around the slide that maybe you could do that you in red green they were the only two people up in the woods up would attempt to put duct tape to keep it on there but don't but it's it's it's it's welcome it's up it's a regular Smith Wesson so well but we have a new one right here and it's really cool to see and then you have a suppressor it really makes us effective so what just like the navy seals used in the sixties activities from sixty seven to eighty two before they it was replaced with an aging K. version good game of the week GM that is the but you know the the different the big difference is that a lot of the firearm is polymer were the model thirty I'm back then was a man's got yeah it was it was a man's gun okay all right is true in another bit a little bit of trivia the model fifty nine which was a double stack magazine they've commercially made that since the such our or make him for the navy seals they decided just to make those two for the gun good in the week when we come back from the break we're gonna talk about sanctuary cities for second amendment rights what type of regret casting live from the studios of Ellie P. farms range right back after the break light flurries ranging blizzards get the latest weather reports right here news radio six ten WTVN Hey it's better.

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Trade in Asia-Pacific declines for the first time since 2009

UN News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Trade in Asia-Pacific declines for the first time since 2009

"Trade in the Asia Pacific region has declined for the first time since the global economic crisis a decade ago the UN Office for the region escape reported on Wednesday total export volume fell by two point. Five percent this year while import volume decreased by three point five percent although economies are expected to bounce back in twenty twenty s caps said they are still facing risks related to trade tensions between between the United States and China the global slowdown in economic growth. Combined with the heightened tensions also affected merchandise trade in the region particularly leaf or economies closely integrated with China the UN office estimated that the tariff wars impact on gross domestic product or GDP could reach as much just four hundred billion dollars worldwide and one hundred and seventeen billion dollars in the region escape chief on meet US Elsia Alisyahbana said the challenge launch for Asia. Pacific is to increase trade and deepen economic integration to support sustainable development. She also welcomed the recent phase. One deal between the US Wesson China adding that it should reduce policy uncertainty

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"wesson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Wesson brands will now of course contain all their firearms were American outdoors going to retain stuff like fishing gear and knives the company says the political climate is reason enough to change their political structure their corporate structure I should say market overall today flyin I'd nother week up four consecutive eight weeks the Dow at the new all the bay drives a new record high for the Dow crossing twenty eight thousand for the first time ever it only took four months to get from twenty seven to twenty eight Dow up to twenty three today at twenty eight thousand and five nasdaq of sixty one eight eighty five forty he has to be a twenty three points goal down for fourteen sixty eight announce ten year bond yield one forty four percent art is four fifty two it's time for Friday food segment the twenty sixth annual mountain of Mandarin festival is next weekend and it's what we're talking about today Jeff Arnold is with smart parts a long time sponsor in vendor at the festival you can see more about that company on the online video but he says of the festival it's huge Amanda festival is held at the gold country fair grounds in Auburn and it's next Friday Saturday and Sunday okay twenty second twenty third and twenty fourth and there's no seventy five Mander groves and the plaster county region and plaster county is known for their mandarins because there are there so much sweeter and people think of the little cuties that yeah you get in southern California and all over the the Mandarin to come out in northern California much sweeter but they're much more limited in time frame I mean November to January is about the harvesting time for it they're easy peel there what we call our watery sensing my mandarins yeah and you know people love them and they're they're just a staple in the foot hills for the holiday season so this festival draws you know up to thirty thousand people over the course of a three day period and it is everything Mandarin I can think of yeah you want Mander pizza we're gonna have cocktails that they they develop for them at the Mandarin festival are incredible so you know it's just fun it's a fun event for the family you come you can sample from I think it's over twenty different grow Mander groves they're they're sampling mandarins and then decide which one you like the best and take a back almost yeah go with it and they're also Mandarin based products you guidance and sauces and things yeah there's I what I brought with me today was snow citrus court which is the big grow fan and the pen or an area and they develop their own sauces they've got chocolate sauce they've got their pepper spread barbecue sauce and then you know you're gonna find soaps oils even dog biscuits a hundred dog biscuits my gosh you your you know you can find anything you want Mandarin there it's a very cool a collective fund festival yeah obviously and it tracks as you said just thousands or tens of thousands of people so yeah obviously very popular okay so what do we need to know if we want to attend show up at the gold country fair grounds the festival is ten to five and that you know we're the just go and that the the ticket prices there's a there's a lot of tickets and I think that I've got some tickets for you to give away all wonderful it was news supply you with those but it's the add on all day event come ready to have some fun there's cooking contests there is Mandarin beer contact us you know there's just so much going on a lot of.

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Smith & Wesson, American Outdoor Brands to split amid 'significant changes' in political climate

The KFBK Morning News

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Smith & Wesson, American Outdoor Brands to split amid 'significant changes' in political climate

"One of the biggest firearm brands in the nation about to become a standalone company American outdoor brands is gonna split from Smith and Wesson so all their guns stuff will be under Smith and Wesson American outdoors gonna stick to selling other things like fishing gear and knives and they said the political climate is the reason for this

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How Trump’s Stock Market Record Stacks Up

Motley Fool Answers

08:09 min | 2 years ago

How Trump’s Stock Market Record Stacks Up

"So allison was a anyone's going to move the market mark. It's gotta be the president of the United States right. I mean all that power and influence and has to count for something. You'd think so. So when looking at Google trends as you happen to see a massive spike in the interest in the terms of trump and stocks the week of November six through twelve two thousand sixteen ecksteen and it just so happened to bin we following trump getting elected and along with that you see a lot of articles like seven stocks for a trump presidency wherein the riders make assumptions about which socks are going to perform. Well with trump in. The White House took a few years in picks panning out. Let's take a fairly unscientific. Look shall we please do very short on time for planning for this week's episode so go easy on me everybody all right so ice scrounged up a three articles from back in the day and did some very rough back of the envelope math to see how well do these stock prognosticators do when trying trying to figure out what trump's presidency would mean for some companies and industries so let's start with six stocks to buy when Donald Trump is president from the street. So any guesses on what some of these stocks are going to be or do you just want me to. Do you want me to tell you the stocks and you can guess if they're upper down soon ooh they would be like financial services companies and oil companies. Because they're gonNa you know trump is going to remove all these environmental protections uh-huh and things like that Yup so the street. Now I pick was apple because of something called tax repatriation which I did not have time to research idea being that if you have a bunch of money outside of the US will let you bring it back into the US and at a lower tax rate. There's a lot of companies are starting their money overseas because they don't if they bring it back to the US they'd they'd have to pay taxes. Yes I don't know why that means that Apple's stock price would go up but they picked apple for that another one geo group which is private prisons. We laugh but it's actually very sad. It's funny because it hurts hurts so much yeah again. Exxon Mobil Oil Smith and Wesson gun manufacturers which later there became American outdoor brands HDA Holdings which manages hospitals this one because apparently trump had promised that To kind of overhaul the VA system and allowing veterans to go to any hospital not just a Va hospital and then this one is just so on the nose. It's just it's it's quite funny Semtex the a Mexico based construction company a Mexican company. and Oh because we're gonNA build the wall that's how Mexico's GonNa pay for it. They provide the concrete and said this company was going to benefit Actually they're not concrete walls. That's the thing though so a lot of these were based on at this point of course nothing but campaign promises right so it's really has anything. How do you know for sure that something's GonNa come through? Do you want me to tell you how how these stocks performed or do you want me to move onto the next one and then I can tell you however next one the next one. Hey you know what not to be outdone six stocks for trump. How about seven from the Motley fool? Yes that's right. Hotly full wrote an article seven top stocks to buy with trump. Does the president so along the same lines of apple and tax repatriation This analyst said by General Electric. Aw Sorry it's easy to look back now and laugh as could be the financial services manufacturing part of it. They said tax repatriation was I. I don't know why anyway as and worked out a cheesecake factory won't because individual tax cuts are going to result in people eating out more interesting interesting kinder- Morgan Energy Energy Infrastructure Bank of America. Because of like you said Deregulation General Dynamics Defense Cell gene the biotech company because of again deregulation Possible with like a pricing drugs. Isn't that kind of thing. Yeah and then is it right to say Freeport McMoran McMoran. It's the copper mining company But this one because of trump promising one trillion dollars in infrastructure investment. All right last one. I looked at Kiplinger's best stocks for a Donald Trump Presidency Z.. Their first stock pick there was coach bags which later became tapestry The the idea here was consumer spending from tax cuts and a crackdown on counterfeit pitch Chinese goods. Exxon Mobil Energy the GEO group again for private prisons lazy boy because some people sit around and watch Fox News because trump said as one of his campaign promises that he was going to bring manufacturing back to the US and lazy boy already manufactures actress most of their stuff in the US so merck again because Healthcare Company the Drug Company because Trump would not regulate drug prices Susan Theory Smith and Wesson again for guns and then Vulcan materials the largest US producer of construction aggregates such as gravel and crushed stone so again an infrastructure picture brethren right so now. There's a lot of numbers that I could just shouting at you. But going with the street on average How'd you bought these stocks? The average return here is about twenty seven percent but that was because apple was the one that did really well Without apple all the returns would be a lot less ATA Holdings the hospital. The company that manages hospitals also did well with about ninety. Three percent. Return the Motley Defoe and looking at their pigs. Well as you know there is a couple stinkers here for digitally. Ge has done so well cheesecake factory is not done so well. Bank of America is up very twelve hundred forty six percent General Dynamics defense regulator up about thirty seven percent. If you'd gone with the Motley Fool's picks the average return was about forty percent not bad. Remember Kiplinger's again. They were coach. Exxon Mobil Geo Group. Lazy Boy The big winner here was lazy. Boy Really seventy one percent returns followed by Merck which is about sixty percent and vulcan materials about fifty percent so compare that to the SNP which is out over fifty percent since then so that makes a lot of these stop picks look even more. This is super back of the envelope. And so there's these articles did not all come out the day the same day they didn't anyway Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But Anyway the point is is that I have a broader counterpoint. What's your broader playwright or point is honestly this is just a reminder that no one can predict what is going to happen in the economy especially based on campaign promises? If you remember with Obama Dama he was going to make all the solar and wind stocks. Just shoot through the roof and sure enough. They did do quite well for a little while. That's right and so and so in the same way the people thought with trump well coal stocks are gonNA energy that oil does all this all this is just. It's just going to go through the roof right so I'm just saying that. Republicans equals guns for Babies and Democrats. Means solar panels for senior citizens is an over-simplification that ignores all the aspects that really matter when you're investing investing in a company like do they have good management. Do they allocate capital wisely. Do they have pricing power et Cetera et CETERA. And while you're certainly free to speculate how how anyone president may move the markets and move stocks. It's more fulfilling to invest in the world. You want to live in in not the one you think you're going to get just because of whoever ever is in power right now and that bro is what's up.

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"wesson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Guns could use smartphone-style fingerprint locks in near future

Bloomberg Businessweek

06:35 min | 3 years ago

Guns could use smartphone-style fingerprint locks in near future

"So at one time that a gun maker Smith and Wesson Jason they were considering a fingerprint locked into every gun it sounded like a good idea. And yet it didn't happen. This is the whole idea of so-called smart gun Masson's is here with us in New York. A fascinating story, and maybe one that people aren't so familiar with the history is fascinating here. Take us back. How does this evolve? So at least so even back in the nineties the government was starting to think about smart guns. It was still sort of like a futuristic concept. But it was definitely something. That was being thought about the idea is that only the rightful owner of the firearm would be able to use it unlock it fire it fear. So simple make sense. Absolutely. And the initial idea was that either. There would be some kind of a grip that would be recognized from your hand. It's unique to everybody that could unlock the gun or you might wear a bracelet that has RFID and that would be able to unlock or the more futuristically would be like our iphones where you put your fingerprint on it. And that unlocks it. Unfortunately, it basically went absolutely nowhere. Despite there being a lot of interest in the. Idea particularly for law enforcement. If he were curious if there was a way to have a firearm that was exclusive to them because that way, no one will be able to steal their firearm and use it against them. So why don't we have it? Does it not work? It's a combination of reasons why we don't have it part of it is political pushback part of it is lobbying for the National Rifle Association other groups like it and part of it is that we've never really had the research and development put in a really massive level to determine if it would work. We don't have any major gun makers that already have this infrastructure that already have these engineers these manufacturing facilities putting any money into this. We just don't know Phil work. So a lot of stakeholders here as you mentioned, let's talk about the gun makers. I why don't they have those resources in that infrastructure available? So for that let's go back to the late nineties when Bill Clinton was president. So at that time, the Clinton administration, actually, essentially cut a deal with Smith and Wesson or just one of the oldest most historic gun makers in the United States, really recognizable. Name worldwide day said that they would put in about two percent of revenue. A substantial sum for such notable gun maker into finding out. Whether there was a research and development path for smart guns. The Clinton administration really supported this. There were some folks on both sides of the aisle at support it. But the NRA did not they basically said Smith and Wesson was committing you know, they're being traders, they weren't being loyal to their base. They weren't being loyal to the NRA. They were siding with the opposition in the Clinton administration. And they put out a call to their members saying we don't support within west sending more essentially overnight spend westerns how about forty percent of their sales plummet, and they ended up being sold. I mean for really pennies on the dollar foot. They might have been worth a few years later. So I don't get it too. Because there's a study that you cite in their story. And it says nearly half a gun owners in the United States would consider buying a smart guy. Yeah. Part of the thing with a studies is that they all come from different organizations. So that one is an academic study. Then there are some studies that are, of course, by the lobbyists that show much lower numbers. Right. The reality is there's a lot of sort of interest around it. But the people that are the. Most die hard proponents of these political issues there either very opposed or very forth. So while you might have a lot of sort of middle of the road gun owners who might shoe recreationally or they might have one shotgun in their home. They might feel a little bit more open to it. But then you have what we call super owners. Those are the people that have seventeen or more firearms on average. It's quite a number, and those are the people that are really spending very big money for those are the people that might be the most loyal. The biggest givers to the NRA. If the NRA says wore not on board with this one hundred percent, then that's going to be difficult to sell even if there's general right? So tell us about some legislation that came through New Jersey because a lot of this hinges on that particular law. That's absolutely, right. So in New Jersey, there was an effort to really bring spark them forward in the form of legislation. However, the way the legislation was written. It basically stated that if a firearm. That's so-called smart is available anywhere in the United States for sale. It must be sold in New Jersey. That would be the firearm that have to be the main. Firearm, New Jersey, basically, so what happened is that you saw in California in Maryland that were just these relatively small gun stores that started to carrying this one particular kind of firearm that the NRA basically tested, and they found that it was somewhat faulty. And in fact, they're smarter gun a smart gun. Yeah. So it relate on RFID technology, which is basically a bracelet, the owner of the smart gun would wear. They would try to shoot it. And it would either the NRA said, it would be there'd be a little glitch here. Faulty it wouldn't work. Quite right soon thereafter, there were actually other reviews from less partisan organizations that found the same thing in one case they found that some magnets could unlock the gun thereby defeating the smart purpose. So you have these very loyal people loyal to the second amendment loyal to the NRA. See this law in New Jersey that says you're going to make us have to buy this gun gun. Yeah. This late exactly the end. They really were very unhappy. And they wanted that legislation done away with I say, I don't get it. We can make musical -able rocket. Hits. We can I don't know self driving cars can do all this stuff with technology. I think about Silicon Valley I mean, our folks working on trying to make smarter safer gun. So it's interesting. You mentioned Silicon Valley because that is something that came up Silicon Valley actually looked into this to see if there was a way to fund these organizations, and basically what they found is that we are at a political at the start up funding startups, and they found that we're at really a political standstill as long as this law in New Jersey is so controversial it's gonna be really hard to get anybody on board. Because what the NRA has said is we're not conceptually against smart guns were against them being legislated. But as long as this laws on the books anyone that makes the smart gun? They're really going to be a target of the National Rifle Association its counterparts as they don't want. This thing on the market because it became the only firearm that can be sold in that state. And they worry that there could be copycats of it. So Silicon Valley basically didn't invest any notable way they looked at. It said we can't do anything is too. High risk is too high. Are we ever going to get any money on it? You know in the article, we get into the return on investment, and they see it there and the laws still on the books allies still on the books. They have had discussions about changing it at alternate. But thus far it is essentially the same law on the books so standstill at this point. Yeah, it really is a stand sewn. It's interesting as we see all this other technology ramp up this one particular technology is really stuck in the ninety s in a reminder of just how powerful the NRA is ultimately in its ability as you said earlier to really mobilize people and mobilize the most vocal gun owners against something and having a huge political

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Neighbor on gunman in workplace shooting: "He always kept to himself"

KDWN Programming

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Neighbor on gunman in workplace shooting: "He always kept to himself"

"The man who opened fire and killed five co workers had taken a gun. He wasn't supposed to have two job. He was about to lose right after he was fired from his job for fifteen years at the Henry Pratt company and Aurora Illinois. Gary Martin pulled out a forty caliber Smith and Wesson, then started shooting killing five people and wounding a sixth. Ceo, Scott hall says Friday was the worst day the company has ever had. We are hurting right now. The families of Ross play Josh this center and Trevor are also grieving right now five police officers were also wounded the shooter had been arrested six times in Aurora and a felony conviction for aggravated assault and Mississippi should have barred him from buying his gun.

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Los Angeles City Council’s president suggests to deploy ‘army of cats’ to deal with rat situation

John and Ken

04:03 min | 3 years ago

Los Angeles City Council’s president suggests to deploy ‘army of cats’ to deal with rat situation

"This story which was published an hour ago by the El Segundo times and their city hall reporter Dakota Smith. Yeah. Has got me so angry. I'm about to start smashing the walls. It's about the typhus. And today the city council met with people from various Los Angeles city departments like general services to find out what they're going to do about the rodents were talking largely about the rats that have been tested city hall city hall east. And if you're listening to the John and Ken show, you know, why they're there. It's because of the trash mobile homeless encampments something that CD leaders refuse to acknowledge. But it came up sideways in this story, which has got the infuriated. But I the funny part herb Wesson, the Los Angeles city council president piped up and said how about an army of cats. Let's unleash an army of cats throughout city hall. Stop the rats to get the rats, and then someone said, well, no, the the fleas will just jump on the cats, and you have the same problem. And then the cats by diet typhus or the cats may come to you in the fleas jump off. On you. And you got typhus not a good idea. What? What he's such an idiot. But you say about a guy who ignores all the vagrants and their filth and recommends cats. To fight the problem. What do you do with a guy like that? Next is as close as we come from Westlund Garcetti on the real source of the problem west and said, we do have issues. There's too many reports of rodents, but I don't think it's because of skid row not entirely. I don't think it's because of the building being torn down east of here. Now that was the initial explanation. They gave when they tore down the old LAPD headquarters in unleashed this army of typhus rats and fleas, which is BS that really is. But speaking recently to channel seven here comes Garcetti. Oh, man. This is what got me annoyed the risk of contracting typhus is being blown out of proportion. Oh, it's been rats since I've been here. He was elected to the council a one. There is one case it may or may not have come from them. But they're still is in the normal range of what we have each year. Really typhus. I don't think anybody heard. I mean, I never heard of this. Nobody I know has heard of typhus and typhus, you know, what they're all overlooking. There was. One hundred and forty three cases on skid row. You're trying to say this is a one off. This is a bizarre fluke. This has never happened before it happened in the autumn a hundred and forty three cases not far from city hall. Skid row, isn't that far away? Garcetti knows that he's got the homeless problem which already harpooned his chance for running for president. But on top of that homeless people with typhus a disease that when people hear it. They're like, what did you say typhus, maybe evil typhus, it's such a bad PR nightmare. He's gone into full denial mode. And now he's trying and by the way, also in the articles the woman we talked to lift Greenwood she felt like she was being mocked by Garcetti. I'm just a one off crazy person who may or may not have gotten typhus from city hall fleas keep using that phrase because I think they're afraid that they're going to get sued for creating a dangerous disease ridden environment. So they keep putting in a little qualifier. Well, may or may not really don't. Oh, for sure Liz says it's a serious issue. Which is why I went public. The problem is feces and urine and the rotting trash around city hall. Yeah. She says the rats and the fleas aren't the problem. Those are the. Eight a bit her her paragraph is at the end of Dakota Smith story, it that should be the beginning be the daily story that the rotting garbage and the feces is what's causing the typhus. So your pounding and pounding and Garcetti went on to say, well, this is his post as he comes the larger problem is making sure that we end homelessness in Los

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LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

"This really is the first of a new generation of technologies is coming that will make your the current nine one one system seem like a Ford model t if people know about is they countywide service can also help people who may be in a situation where speaking can be dangerous. What can't be sent at the moment, however are photos videos, but those options will be explored when the technology improves James Rowe Haas. KABC news all of the carpets in city hall and city hall east may need to be ripped out due to a typhus outbreak. According to council, president heard Wesson who said a city employees may have contracted the infectious disease. While at work west and also want city staff to report on the scope of vermin and pest control issues within the Civic Center

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"wesson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah. It's colorful, he Wesson for noise suits, and he talks Shakespeare. Great stuff as well. In the news section and the review section the home entertainment section that I end it's I can't remember what's in there. But it's this the problem about doing them multi casino on a weekly podcast. I have no idea. What day it is? It has an excellent masterpiece on the film swingers Allie grey into must be excellent. If you had nothing to do with it. And you're commended absolutely yes. Okay. Good. So there you go that is in the new issue of empire. You can check out. What's in there on the website and parliament com or by simply going to these Asian flicking through it? But do by the magazine at the end of it. You tight bastards pair wages. I ask that he needs a new pair of shoes. Berth for compulsory, use my wife, and I go to New York in a couple of weeks time, and I'm working on. This guy is how I'm going to blend in valley, some losses a hate crime. What's your business, New York, sir? And I'm gonna go to Brooklyn get out of my business. You're going to be cost. Yeah. Precisely I think we can guarantee and being turned back at the board. Not going to happen, harsh harsh but fair. All right. That's it for moving us. So we have another guest. Yes. Guess why? Not who should we have Nicole Kidman choice for this. Deductions, Nicole Kidman. She's she's brilliant everything from the dead. Calm to this week's destroyer. I'm forever for she is to die for and why did you say Batman forever? Honestly, I'm trying to paint a picture of this woman. Who makes no calls of forever is note the worst. It's darned chase Meridian. Yeah. Okay. Which is not in fact, the name of a hotel. Why do you have to polish inflicted upon her? I went in with all my technical nail forgot to press record. The amend apologize to it with a torrent of F bombs, which she took in very good Greis to be a blithering idiot. Fifteen you all the real destroy a. I was the destroyer in this particular interview in moins enjoy enjoy here, we go in the coal, Kevin bloody hell on it to welcome to the podcast, Nicole Kidman. How you I'm very well now as we were just saying before we realized it wasn't recording. Fucking hell working blamed entirely on the equipment. We'll pretend that his smiling comes from a professional nothing focused guy doing who is this. Emna dreadful hacks. Yes, has ready as it does in this film? And what I was saying is Taryn described this as an odyssey through the streets of LA, and it does feel a bit like the city's a character in the film. Do you think that's a fan after scrubbing it? Yeah. I mean, we were shooting on the streets of, you know, this was a particular amount of money to spend on this film. So requires a certain type of making we had a female DP who's viewing it, you know, through her lands in terms of the female as has it's tough this film. But it's very I still see it as very. Emotional as much as there's a tough quality to the film. I think that there's you can really feel the emotion of this of this woman in a lot of that is how she depicts allies will it's desolate it's sunny as well times minutes lonely. Yeah. And then there's that kind of you're on the straights. The street fighting which is shot in that very bad bones way, special effects in this film at also it's rough and tough. I mean, how do you feel about LA? Generally. Did it give you new perspective on or? No, I think I saw I mean, I look in this that I've never seen in films before. But that's because Carne and her husband to wrote the script they have if you point on Los Angeles that comes from being inhabitants of the city, so they know places, and they've discovered places, and they know how to shoot that city in a way that hasn't been show before. Really hard. Yeah. LA features in every film. Seeing the different life is. But we don't just see the city in a different light. This is a very different role few. So you play Erin bell an LAPD detective, and when we see her she's kind of red tide slept in a car shuffling along..

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"wesson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Show. All right. Got lots of people in the on the stream right now without any further ado, let me play some some B roll video again, this was illegally obtained by our director of operations, Eric Hanson. That's Hansen H A N S E N seat, Dan, Wesson, firearms, and you see all the displays of of all. I mean, it's hard to capture even on video. If you're watching right now, how massive the shot show is it's it's level after level of of weapons and there's a law enforcement display safes gun safes. All you see all the six hour and all the different brands and all the different makes and models and many thanks to the shot show people for welcoming the way they have this is our sixth consecutive visit to the shot show here at the sands. Expo and convention center. And you know, this this is a great fit because we celebrate the second amendment the with the Democrats in control the house congressman Hudson from North Carolina who joined us yesterday, his reciprocity Bill is gonna stand a chance because of the obstructionists and the gun grabbing instincts, frankly of the left and the Democrats. So we wanted to show you some of that video here from the shot show in many many, thanks to the to the folks at the national shooting sports foundation. It is a tremendous organization, and we love coming here every year and not for nothing. I did pretty good on the minute slot machine. Last night. My new my new found friend is the monopoly game wheel of fortune out monopoly in all right? And let's let me share with you some inspiration because it was reported that Bret Baier, and I I know Brett and we've got some mutual friends, Bret Baier, of course, who hosts Fox News the evening. Six o'clock brought. Cast. He was in a terrible car accident. Terrible inasmuch as what could have happened. Thank god. It didn't happen. Even though he was in this horrific accident, he and his wife and kids. His sons Paul is sons Paulin Daniel were not seriously injured. There were some stitches there were some bumps and bruises, but they made it and Brett had a message. You went back to work last night and had a very powerful message for his viewers on Fox News channel. Finally tonight. I don't usually give advice, but I think everyone should count your blessings. My family is tonight my wife. Amen sons Paul and Daniel wants skiing in Montana this weekend. We had a fantastic trip. A lot of fun gorgeous snow lot of quality family time. Some fate safe fun skiing without incident, which is always nice. I drove the family Monday morning to the airport in host. And it was snowing and roads were approaching an intersection just Washington airport match of icing. I could not stop or SUV. We slid into the intersection of a busy road and into the path of big pickup truck, which slammed into our driver's side door. Airbags deployed the window shattered. We careened into a ditch and flipped sideways, and I started to try to push open. The passenger were to get us out. The man held open the door. We could climb out Zack black was driving by stopped to help us. We climbed out the driver of the pickup truck David had called the police in the MS and was concerned about our family first and foremost Montana highway patrol quickly arrived EMS paramedics from Belgrade. Radim bozeman arrived quickly to and we escaped with minor injuries a concussion fourteen stitches on the chin jostle tooth and a sprained ankle. We are very blessed. Thank you black and for all these acts across the country who stop. Thank you. David. Thank you Montana highway patrol EMS personnel. Who were all.

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"wesson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"wesson" Discussed on KTOK

"On a impede pistol the nine millimeter four and a quarter inch seventeen rounder right there Li to ninety nine you believe that well, and you know, what else I always say more shots is more better. So what seventeen rounds? That's pretty good. Oh, yeah. You can load that shoot it all day. Yeah. And that's what I like about Smith and Wesson, they have a lot of different ones. And I've been hearing a lot about the shield m to nine millimeter. Yes, I've got one of those as well with the crimson trace laser in red three forty nine ninety nine that's one hundred and fifty bucks off his MS RPM. Now, I've never had this experience, Mike. But sometimes I'm told from law enforcement officers bad guys in your house all they need to do is see that tracer laser on their body. And they'll stop what they're doing. Oh, yeah. Imagine how scary that would be a little red laser dot bouncing around on the center of your chest. And over the holiday, I get this all the time. Maybe you do too. I was visiting family, and they were saying gosh, I really wanna get my concealed carry. But I really don't know what to carry gun seem to be so big and bulky. But from what I understand you've got some three eighties. Then aren't that? Big. I do got quite a few of the tourists spectrum. That's a little three eighty. I've got it in black or stainless slide hundred ninety nine bucks. Don't get much better than that. And I imagine this time of year. You got a lot of classes because people are shooting indoors. Absolutely. So we're here we're shooting. We've got classes scheduled in the going on tonight shooting.

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Investors at Smith & Wesson parent support call for gun safety report

The Ray Lucia Show

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Investors at Smith & Wesson parent support call for gun safety report

"Investors in the company that owns Smith and Wesson want the gun maker to produce a safety report USA's, Chris Barnes has more. The resolution approved at American outdoor brands annual meeting in Boston on Tuesday asks the board to report by next February on the company's efforts to monitor gun violence and produce safer guns as well as to assess risks to American outdoors, reputation and finances supporters of the resolution say the gun safety, vote shows major investors are worried that gun violence could hurt the company that's based in Springfield, Massachusetts, American outdoorsy. EEO and other topics opposed that gun safety resolution

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US, Tom Busby and Senator John McCain discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

US, Tom Busby and Senator John McCain discussed on Dave Ramsey

"Weakness but overcoming, her weakness Just loved her this service already has lasted three hours Americans continue paying their respects to Senator John McCain has his. Body lies in state in the US capitol rotunda he's only the thirty, first

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Hawaii dodges a bullet as Hurricane Lane weakens to tropical storm

The Wake Up Show: Live and Local

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Hawaii dodges a bullet as Hurricane Lane weakens to tropical storm

"Piloting the plane died in the crash go fund me pages have been. Set up for Patrick's recovery and to help support Scott's widow in their one year old son the two brothers. Were fulfilling their lay. Father's final wish to have his ashes scattered over the family's home Hawaii dodged a direct hit by hurricane lane which was downgraded to a tropical storm over the weekend

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