35 Burst results for "Yuma"

Dinesh Answers Some Important Questions About Voter Fraud

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | Last week

Dinesh Answers Some Important Questions About Voter Fraud

"To our first question. Hey, Dan, so two quick questions. The first one you said Republicans did pretty well in 2020. But it was Trump that lost. So my question is, you know, if those were illegal ballots, you know, why do you think Republicans did well? I mean, why not go all out and just make them all, you know, Democrat ballots, and then just make it more sweeping. So that's kind of a question I have is why only Trump and, you know, people would vote for Republicans, otherwise. Secondly, regarding those two women that are those two people, I think they're women that were arrested in Yuma, Arizona. They're arrested for trafficking, so it looks like upon reading it, they just collected them illegally and deposited them in a drop box. I don't think there was anything that alluded to multiple drop boxes, you know, 20, 30, 40 a night, or anything like that. So so far, it's great that they were caught, but not about nothing about multiple dropboxes. So again, that the volume of fraud doesn't appear to be there. At least in those two cases, thank you. Yeah, these are both really good questions and already of a higher caliber than some of the so called fact check issues that are raised that I've been answering on the podcast. Let me deal with them one by one. On the issue of the Don ballots, we raise it in the movie. In fact, I myself say that it is an argument against fraud that Trump lost by down ballot Republicans did pretty well. And so that is put out there for people to recognize in act one in the very opening minutes of the movie. Now, sometimes when you have a theory, you're able to sort of go back and apply it to puzzles that were there at the beginning and it immediately resolves them. But at other times you have a theory that doesn't speak to the issue. And I think this is a case where the argument of 2000 meals or the evidence of 2000 meals doesn't really resolve how that anomaly occurred. And here's what I mean. It is possible that the altered ballots or the fraudulent ballots were voted democratic all the way down. They weren't just votes for Biden, but they were votes straight down the ticket for Democrats. And so even though there was fraud to that degree, the degree of the cheating shown in the movie in Trump's case, the fraud was enough to defeat Trump, so Trump lost Georgia. But the fraud was not enough to change the down ballot outcome. So some other Republicans in places like Arizona, Georgia, still did pretty well. And obviously

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Update From the Frontlines of the Southern Border With Drew Hernandez

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Update From the Frontlines of the Southern Border With Drew Hernandez

"A new project at turning point USA frontlines with drew Hernandez and drew Hernandez has been a frontline journalist for years, testified in the Kyle rittenhouse trial did a wonderful job. And the whole idea was that we want to go tell the stories as we see it, not through some sort of filter. And drew is bold and he has courage. You are also doing the pro choice stuff recently, all the abortion stuff, right? Yeah, we were at the Arizona state capitol and capturing all the psychopaths. Some people were throwing up signs that said a fetus equals a good snack. It wasn't a troll. I mean, but this is what we do. We just capture the psychos and just basically put up a mirror to who they are. And show the world. You did Kyle rittenhouse, I think, was a free man largely thanks to your testimony and your footage. Also, of course, obviously you did some wonderful work and have been doing some wonderful work. Throughout Texas, you did some interesting work last week, but what happened last night, I think of some of your most noteworthy work recently. So tell us about it. You went down to Yuma. Is that right? So yeah, we were just filming for frontlines, the past couple days down at the southern border, Yuma here in Arizona. It was a little slow because we showed up yesterday during the day and obvious for obvious reasons the heat is rising like crazy here. Hundreds of 105. It's up there, especially down there. And so some of the border patrol agents, they were very nice. They're being really cool, being very joking and funny with us. And they're like, you need to come back around midnight if you want to see something. And I was like, really, and he's like, yeah, midnight. So maybe around 5 in the morning. And so the team and I, Jorge and Turo is with us too with the daily caller. He was helping us out. It's a great reporter. He's a great reporter, put out viral footage as well. You guys need to go follow him at Ventura report on Twitter. We were like, let's just pull a night shift. Let's just do it and see what happens. I love it. So we shifted gears. We were going to film the next day and hopefully try and film something, but we just took the chance. We showed up at midnight and we started to see some apprehensions. I mean, you've been down there, right? You've been down again. I think I've been right to this very sector. Okay, that's it. That's the get into the exact same place. Right near the Native American reservation. Okay. I know precisely where you were. So we were kind of watching the sequence happen, right? So a little further away from the Indian reservation where there's the actual gap in the wall. I know what you're talking about. That's where the runners were all the men are being sent. Sometimes they'll run drugs through there or sometimes that's kind of where the single men will try and get through. But then further down by the Indian reservation, that open part two is where the family units come, where they're just massive

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How Can We Pressure Law Enforcement to Investigate Voter Fraud?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

How Can We Pressure Law Enforcement to Investigate Voter Fraud?

"Okay guys, here's a first question. I do national love the show. So I know the next step after the 2000 mules film is to get law enforcement to start an investigation. So I'm wondering, how can we put pressure on law enforcement so that they start looking into this type of fraud? Especially leading into the 2022 midterm elections. Best wishes, and a very good question, and so through the vote to focus its research on 5 places. Greater Atlanta area. Maricopa County, Phoenix, Detroit, Milwaukee, Philadelphia. Now, all of those 5 places, three of them are pretty securely in the hands of the Democrats, at least when it comes to enforcement. When I say the hands of the Democrats, I mean democratic attorney general. Democratic Secretary of State. This is true by and large in Michigan in Wisconsin in Pennsylvania. So no surprise. And those areas, there has been a kind of dead silence about 2000 meals. In fact, in Michigan, they actually came out and said they issued a statement to the effect of, well, we've looked at some clips in the movie, and we don't think that there's anything here that deals with Michigan or that we find questionable in any way. So trying to keep some distance between the enforcement authorities and the information in the documentary. Now, there is a Republican attorney general in Arizona, Mark barnaby, albeit a democratic Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs. And but barnaby has a lot of power. And this is a guy who could do a lot with the mules in Arizona. Now, so far, the good news is that there appears to be a pretty serious investigation underway in Yuma. Already one woman dealer Mina a Fuentes has seemingly switched her plea from not guilty to guilty of what paid ballot trafficking and AP has an article today. I showed it to Debbie pretty significant. It's about coordinated ballot trafficking in Yuma of the exact kind depicted in 2000 mules.

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What Rep. Andy Biggs Is Seeing on the Front Lines of the Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last month

What Rep. Andy Biggs Is Seeing on the Front Lines of the Border

"More. So with us right now is Andy Biggs live from the southern border to give us an update of what's happening with the continued invasion of America representative Biggs. Welcome back to the program. Charlie, good to be with you. Thanks for having me. And thank you for your leadership. It was great seeing you Sunday at the 2000 meals. Airing with dinesh d'souza. So tell us, what are you seeing on the front lines on the border that people need to be made aware of? Well, worse than any time I've ever seen it. So I was in Yuma a couple of days ago. That's as bad or worse than I've ever seen it. Now I'm an Eagle Pass Texas and an Eagle Pass. They're overwhelmed here as also. So we've seen Nicaraguans come across. We've seen people from Peru, people from Honduras, just in the short time we've been here this morning. And quite frankly, it's overwhelming. I edit on over to check out south side of the facility where the detention facility that they have here. The one in Yuma has probably four or 5 times many people is supposed to have in it and guess what, most of these people are going to be released into the United

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Will the Sheriff of Yuma Take Necessary Action on the Mules?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Will the Sheriff of Yuma Take Necessary Action on the Mules?

"A lot of times when people see the movie, they're like dinesh, what's going to happen next? Are there any law enforcement authorities that are going to act on the information in the film? And it turns out that there is a new investigation. It's a criminal investigation, it is in Yuma county, Arizona, it's been publicly announced by the sheriff of Yuma and there are some reports, although I have been verified them that the sheriff has already done some raids on nonprofits, kind of votes stash houses in Yuma. This has been reported by gateway pundit, although like I say, I read through the article that wasn't positive if this has already happened, or if it's going to happen. Now, interestingly, the left, the reporters for an Arizona gun running to the sheriff and said, did you start this investigation based on 2000 mules? And the sheriff goes, no. He goes, quote, he's ongoing investigations are based upon facts and evidence regarding violations of Arizona statutes. And then interestingly, he says that this has been part of an investigation going on for a year. And then he goes, I have not communicated with any individuals who have because of quote supposed inspiration from a documentary film. So the sheriff is basically saying, I didn't see 2000 mules and jump into action. I've been working on this for a year. Now, a couple of things it should be. No, the number one, no one was talking about paid ballot trafficking until 2000 meals came out. And number two, the mule that we interview, the Greg Phillips interviews in the film, is from San Luis in Yuma county. Through the vote has been investigating in Yuma for months.

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Border Patrol Stopped 23 People on Terrorist Database in 2021

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Border Patrol Stopped 23 People on Terrorist Database in 2021

"I think we've got a border catastrophe. Well, as reporters have learned, border patrol has apprehended at least 23 people coming across the southern border whose on the who are on the terrorist watch list. This happened in 2021, this is data obtained by Fox News, Bill melus finds out about 23 people literally in the terrorist database trying to cross the border into the United States. Here's his report on Fox News. I've obtained a CBP record through a freedom of information act request, which reveals that last year there were 23 known or suspected terrorists who were encountered here at our southern border. Take a look at this graphic right here and we'll dive into the numbers for you. What you're looking at are hits on the TSDB. That is the terrorist screening database, which is maintained by the FBI. You can see the breakdown sector by sector. There were four hits in San Diego sector, four and El Centro two in Yuma, two and Tucson, three and El Paso, four in Del Rio in four in the Rio Grande valley sector. Again, this was for 2021 and keep in mind these are only the ones that they caught. Only the ones they know about. Why is that a concern? Take a look at this final video right here and we'll explain it to you as you look at runners here. CBP sources are telling Fox News that in the last 6 months alone there have been more than 300,000 known got away here at our southern border. Masses of people are making it into the country without ever being apprehended by border patrol and former ice director Tom Holman says that is a major concern when you look at these TSDB hits, he says DHS secretary Alejandro mayorkas has to wake up when it comes to national security at our open border.

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ICE's Tom Homan on Exactly Who Is Coming Over the Southern Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

ICE's Tom Homan on Exactly Who Is Coming Over the Southern Border

"Countries that are being represented. I was on the southern border in Yuma. You know the area well. I saw the passports. You can go right around one part of it. You know, right near the Native American reservation where they don't allow the wall. And there are thousands of passports that people drop, they drop their passports, talk about why they do that. And the amount of countries we're talking about Georgia, Kazakhstan, that are coming across the southern border. The rest of the people from a 157 different countries so far. 157. I think 7 countries are almost all of them. And some of these countries are sponsors of terrorism. Syria, Russia, North Korea. I mean, the 157 countries are the reason they got the passports. They want to be identified. Look, some of these countries have started locations. They don't have the nice data. They don't have biographical information to store the computer. So if these people have any derogatory information or past, if there are no suspected terrorists have terrorist ties, of course you're not going to carry a passport. They'll give a different name. They probably won't be anything biographical to be found on them. And plus, the gorge right now, 30 is so quick, they're not vetting them, like they're supposed to. You remember what happened in Afghanistan and they actually spent time trying to vet them, but they couldn't let them because there was no chief of mission in Afghanistan, no access to Afghanistan, government documents, it's even worse on the southern border. They're just processing fish as possible in releasing them. We've taken some biographic information, a set of prints in thousands have been recently noticed to report, which means they weren't even putting immigration proceedings from the secretary says, but the ones we released are putting the immigration proceedings live. They're giving those reports. We got to trust them to show up in an ice office when they think they can and be scheduled for a rest and be scheduled for immigration yet. How many things are going to do that? Not very many. So the doctor passports because

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Why Do Southern Border Crossers Want To Get Caught?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Why Do Southern Border Crossers Want To Get Caught?

"So why are they shutting the IDs and shedding the clothes in a drop zone before they cross the border? And here was one of the most eye opening admissions from border patrol. They said, in the Yuma sector, which went from 50 people crossing to a thousand people crossing. They said, they want to be caught now unless you are trafficking guns or trafficking drugs, which those people have different sectors they go through in different times of day and separate agreements. They usually go through private ranches or they go through Native American reservations. But the people that are coming through Yuma in particular, they want to be caught. You might say that doesn't make any sense what Charlie, why would they want to be caught? Well, so in basic economics, you learn about supply and demand. When you have a regime and administration such as the Biden administration, that has admitted they are not going to deport people that come into the country. They're going to process their paperwork and give them a court date they'll never show up to. Well, that increases all of a sudden the demand to want to come to America. So Yuma in particular is known as the sector where many people can go across and get expedited entry into the United States. Why? Well, it's near mexicali. It is near several Mexican towns that you can access through, plain, you can access through bus. You can access through a lot of different ways. To give you an idea of how complicit the Mexican government is, the Mexican government has helped triple the amount of state sponsored buses that go from Mexico City to Mexico. They know who's going on those buses. And I'm going to tell you why the Mexican government likes illegal immigration. Later in this program. But they want to be caught. So they drop their IDs for a very specific purpose. Because if you are not able to pinpoint country of origin, then all of a sudden, it creates this whole other bureaucratic nightmare to try to deport that individual.

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What I Saw on the Frontlines of the Biden Border Invasion

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 5 months ago

What I Saw on the Frontlines of the Biden Border Invasion

"But Yuma has become the superhighway for illegals to come into America. Yuma, once about 5 to ten years ago, used to have maybe 6 or 7 illegals passing through their sector a day. Manageable, not a lot. Now they have well over 1000 people passing through the Yuma sector every single day. 1000. We saw it for ourselves. Now rarely, in life, do you get to witness a physical location or an event? Coordinates on a map, where you know, decisively that this is the unraveling of your civilization. So a lot of you listening feel like you're losing your country and you are. A lot of you listening feel as if that the country you grew up in is deteriorating and you're right. But rarely do actually get to see it happen in real time. Where all of a sudden the abstract becomes the concrete. So our tour began right on the Colorado River. The Colorado River, of course, cuts all across the western part of the United States. And is the dividing line between Mexico and the United States in this particular area. What was so stunning is as we talked to border patrol and we talked to the experts on the ground, including the Yuma county supervisor, they pointed out a brush area. They said, yeah, there's probably 5 to 20 people just in that brush area waiting to make a break for it right now. In the Mexican area. And I said, well, why is the max can government doing nothing? And we'll revisit this theme later on. They said, well, Mexican government wants them to come across. It is a stimulus every illegal that comes into America is a financial and monetary advantage. To the Mexican government and to the Mexican economy and I'll explain exactly how that is. So the board of patrol guy was kind of sitting there up against his SUV. Doing a good job and he has a boat right there on the Colorado River now. He's not allowed to get into the boat. He's not allowed to go try and intercept until they actually come into America. He can't go into Mexico to go get them, so then I asked some of our, I guess you could call them tour guides, but that definitely kind of dilutes the significance. We had border patrol we had everything there. I said, well, what happens if we went into Mexico and stopped them, they said, well, that would be, that would be an international crisis. I said, oh, really. So we go into Mexico to go stop a bunch of criminals to come into our country. That would start a war, not a war, but it would start a controversy, but the illegals with Mexican government support can come into our country and there's nothing we can do about

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Immigration Enforcement Encountered Nearly 2 MILLION Migrants in 2021

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 6 months ago

Immigration Enforcement Encountered Nearly 2 MILLION Migrants in 2021

"I want to talk a little about the border. 2 million. 2 million people crossed illegally. In the southern border in 2021. It's an invasion. It's that simple. It's an invasion of our republic. Border encounters in Yuma are up 2000 405%. Play cut 31. Well, it's not surprising because in 2019, if we go back for a little history, we were having a similar surge during the Trump administration. And there were policies put in place that mitigated those numbers to nearly below 10,000 a year. The first thing that happened in January of last year was those all went away. And when those went away, the numbers just started climbing right away. And it has been building this momentum. Now we have we've been pretty vocal in regards to Greg Abbott. Greg Abbott though has come out and he has told his National Guard in Texas, Biden is not their commander in chief. And he sues The White House over unconstitutional military vaccine mandate and he's willing hopefully to use more Texas troops on the southern border as the invasion continues. Cut 30 Fox News reports that a border patrol agent was shot at from Mexico while trying to apprehend an illegal play cut 30. 2022 picking up right where 2021 left off here at the border beginning with a border agent being shot at from Mexico on New Year's Day. Thankfully, the agent wasn't hit, but it is now being investigated by both CBP and the FBI. Who is actually invested in fixing the southern border issue. We had Carrie Lake on our program yesterday who's running for governor of Arizona. 2 million people for the first time ever, we have more fentanyl seizures than opioid

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Illegal Immigrants Can Yell at Senators in Public Without Any Repercussions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Illegal Immigrants Can Yell at Senators in Public Without Any Repercussions

"We live in a country where we're witnessing illegal. Immigrants chase down and harass sitting members of the united states. Senate that's how terrible countries illegals are emboldened in a way that i've never witnessed in my lifetime. I went to the border. A few months ago was in yuma marriage. Zona watched tons of illegal. Just come strolling across the the border. Come right into yuma here. We are process us. Send us into your country because we are here. What are you going to do about it other illegal harassing kerstin cinema on an airplane yesterday day before that it was the ladies room at arizona. State university david harsanyi. The writer conservative voice. Put out a tweet. That was so perfect. Our country is so free that illegals can yell at senators in public without worrying about any repercussions.

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Mark Lamb: Allowing Unvetted Afghan Refugees Into the US Is Extremely Dangerous

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 11 months ago

Mark Lamb: Allowing Unvetted Afghan Refugees Into the US Is Extremely Dangerous

"Already know this. Special immigrant visas between january march. The state department denied eighty four percent of them eighty percent denied because the head kind of better. They had time to look for derogatory information various databases including now during the rush to load planes. Get people out there. The ministrations looking back removed them. That people so right now fill. The planes would do very little vetting and we'll handle it in the united states. This is extremely dangerous for national security. There are gonna be people come to this country to have been properly vetted and the advocates from looking for releasing detained. This is a very dangerous situation with the united states. right now by administration is not paying attention. This is a very very dangerous time for america. Let's talk to somebody who's trying to keep a safe. Actually from the people exploiting immigration system especially those coming across Open southern border. A good friend of america. I the sheriff for penile county in arizona. Sheriff mark lamb. Welcome back to the salem radio network as you showed us the signs the evidence of the smuggling when we were down there. Tell us how the events of just the last eight days impact what you'll trying to do. We've already had analysis that that afghans are going to exploit the southern route. Have you seen anything. Or what are you preparing for sheriff lamb. You know we always prepare for this. We've known that there's people from middle. East countries would say call high interest countries. Which would be iraq afghanistan iran. I talked to the sheriff in Yuma county and he told me they had seventeen the comment that have come to the sector this year alone out from those high interest countries. There's been people from ninety seven countries coming in through a coming in through these borders and so this is of high interest to always but now with what's happening in afghanistan. We are very concerned about this. You know why because we haven't presidency to build a secure southern border from those coming from the south american countries never other countries. Why would i have any faith that they can protect us from those coming from these high interest countries where terrorism where they breed terrorism.

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How Influencer Dayna Bolden Attracts Opportunities and a Loyal Tribe

Side Hustle Pro

02:04 min | 1 year ago

How Influencer Dayna Bolden Attracts Opportunities and a Loyal Tribe

"What tips do you have in a growing community. that's more than just numbers recently celebrated one hundred k. followers on instagram. But i know that it's deeper than the number for you. So what's your approach. And what's what's your tips about. Really growing a supportive loyal and real community. I think for me. I always just operated on understanding that behind. The numbers is real women out there in. There's real people behind the screens of their own or their computers in. I want to be able to connect that real person because Today i'm a real person. I feel like he's just some instagram influence. A robot. no it's like i'm human. I have emotions have feelings in at the end of the day. I want to treat mine tribe. As i would want to be treated you know and i feel like for me to connect with them in nassar's gonna bill a a better bond trust in relationships where migros ri- for me like anybody who's models me in no like when i say something if i'm you know you know voucher for something or doing something like okay. I believe dana out. That's my girl election. She's my best yuma hand like all of those things that i is. Because i've made them feel connected by acknowledging them speaking to them like they. They are a person like i. I show the highs and lows. I show how feel unfiltered in terms of like. I don't have to be like this all the time. Yeah i'll this great no makeup here. Looking a mess i hangar. This is what i'm doing today. You know everything is perfect because it's not light in feel like mom business owner. I want to be able to show all of those things i think. That's how a bit able to build. Such a loyal community is by just really be authentic truth now.

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"yuma" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Finish in. You know all the good stuff so and then walk me through the timeline here because you are a veteran yourself you served in the navy right. Yeah yes okay. So when was that. How did that fit into the picture. Okay so right. After high school. I went join the military and i did it for seven years in wallet with end of my career. That's when i started my nursing school. Gotcha yes okay so walk us through that fateful moment because look. I think all of us on our well. I'm like on our daily commutes. But i know. Many people are still commuting from the bedroom to some other room down the hall these days but generally speaking right we all pass the same things on whatever commute we have and most of us. Don't give a passing thought to them or to stopping in especially when we're driving to this job that we anticipated doing since we were little. So what made you stop in that day and sort of walk us through that fateful day. That changed your life. I wish i had like the perfect. Like very taylor. I really think. I just saw the school was like let me. Just say what my options are like. How easy is it to get a cd. Even if i don't use it like how like that would be a nice tool to have because my job in the military was construction. So i was already used to like heavy equipment and things like that and i knew if nursing wasn't gonna work out that i could always just like find a career in that so i of just one in there and ask them how hard it would be and they said if i showed up on monday. Have it in like three weeks. And that's i just show up. The next weaken went to checking so for three weeks and then it went from jess getting a cdl to get recruited with a company. And then i you know. I'll go from there okay. So how hard is it to get a cdl. I'm picturing you parallel parking and eighteen wheeler and. I can't even parallel park a golf cart. So let's talk about that. Tell us about that three week. Process that schooling and what that was like okay so it was like a casa probably thirty of us. I was the only female. of course. right We started off learning a lot of like the terminology and like bookwork. I guess you could say and we started off with backing so before you were able to drive forward on the road to learn how to back. And i love backing. Actually that's like something really good at so that was easy party was when you had to go on the road and you realize how big you are against all the cars. I was like shaking and sweating And like how much room you need to make like symbol maneuvers in how hard it is to get up to speed. When you're shifting it's just it's very. I opening so i realized this is like a very entry level question. I'm going to ask here. And i'll probably ask a lot of those but why backing i is it. Is it harder you have to be able to prove like is going forward easier so you gotta get over the hard part improve. You can do it. Why why do you go backwards to go forward. Because when you're in the trucking industry you back oh my goodness depending on your job. You're backing into docs are in the parking spots. Like ten to twenty times a day. So you're doing it a lot so they wanna make sure you have that skill down first because if you don't have that sco. There's no point of driving forward because Import is easier than backing so your experience when you were serving really helped you get to that point. Because i'm thinking like i'm thinking of someone like myself who would walk into that and be like hi. I've driven my car for you. Know my whole life since i was sixteen but like now. I'm going to drive this giant truck. And they're going to be like you have a lot to learn before you cannot start backing. So how much experience did you have before you walked in that first day honestly on and off i would like jump into a heavy equipment but it wasn't regular and it wasn't necessarily comfortable so even though quipped that we have in the military is so different from driving an eighteen wheeler nothing can compare to that because a lot of them are automated. So how did you feel those first few days when you were in school when you were driving when you were like. I'm really good at backing. I'm awesome at this. Was it exciting to you. did you love it. And how did it compare to the feelings that you had when you were in nursing school. I love a challenge. So i think the fact that it was something i did now and something that i knew i could master because i just tell myself i can do that. i i just like what full force it. I don't even think. I thought like ha- where's it gonna like me in my life or anything deeper than that than just the fact of learning something new being excited about it and being excited about mastering it and being like the best data you know an leg you said you were. The only woman in that class did that excite was that a challenge to you. I've got something to prove what did that feel like. L. one hundred percent like when it came to backing ahead to be the best one at it. And i had to be the best one at testing on the best one in every regard. Because you're already looked down upon you now like joining a male industry and even though the instructors everyone wants to say like it's okay like you can tell like they're judging you in a certain way and everyone's watching you harder anna and one about now and i know we're skipping a whole lot of stuff so we'll get back on track but looking at the industry now are there. Have you seen a growth in the number of women women who have come into the field. Yes it's not. As big as i would like it to be but i think women are starting to see that. It's a job opportunity. That's open to them as well. I love that. I mean yeah. Little growth is growth. hopefully it it's bigger growth. Maybe after this conversation will inspire some people so you go through the three weeks. What happened at the end of that. You get your. Cdl is there. So i'm assuming like with any driver's license test. There's an exam at the end. There's a driving test. Tell us about that and is that correct. Is there a test at the end messing. Yeah there's a test there's the like the one take at the v like on the computer and then there's also the driving task which we did with the instructors and then a backing test and then you have to do a pre trip inspection which is like basically overlooking the whole vehicle and making sure. It's safe to go down the road from the engine to the tires and stuff. So you do all that and you have to pass all three of those phases and it's not bad. I mean as long as you study for the test. They're very helpful. They basically information's in front of you and then the test is off that information. You know so as long as you are studying a passer Test and then driving. You've been driving now for at least two weeks so you know what is expected of you so it's just be safe. Go slow and take your time and then but the pre trip. That's like another.

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Enabling an Open Mobility Ecosystem

Insureblocks

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Enabling an Open Mobility Ecosystem

"On very pleased to welcome. Harry barons co-founder of block. Move harry to intra blocks. Could you please give our listeners. A quick introduction on yourself. Well yes thank you very much for having the ear and ya'll's introduce myself so i'll keep it simple until this monday. I was the head of the dime nobility blockchain factory where we built a mobility blockchain platform. I'm a software guy. Woods who have software background in i started to two ventures already worked in every single software guy compulsively work always applying software especially distributor software to business needs. And now i have the opportunity to basically a management buyout of the diamond mobility blockchain platform. And that is the core of what brooks would bring to the market in the next month us very very exciting that way to to pack that with you. So thank you for that Harry so as you know Our first question we ask. Our guest is what is blockchain. And how does it work. D- fancy giving it a shot. I mean there's many ways to look at it but In the context of using it i would refer to it with synonym which is distributed ledger. so it's the way he wear independent parties can keep or shared truthful facts which they believe in which reflect the transactions. They conduct among jobs. So think of it has appeared to appear many system appear to pure. Sad that is essentially what it is and it's completely independence. Peer to peer is very easy to use want yuma moderate and it has a very high degree of trust which means parties that do not know each other and they do not trust each other. Generally speaking can still conduct business to the level that they share bookkeeping if they share money that they share the coin base and trust that. What is in that district of ledger. Reflect the actual reality of the business relationships between the

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The Irish Border, Why Is It There, What's It Like?

Rear Vision

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Irish Border, Why Is It There, What's It Like?

"Hello i'm at about grint on this. Revision carey phillips revisits. A journey along the irish border twin on the message and dommage into political games and antics of the tories in london northern ireland park if the single market for goods that means you. Import procedures are applied on products. Arriving from the rest of the uk on the springfield road. Several dozen republican youths attacked police vehicles spin increasing unease about the brexit arrangements for northern ireland's loyalist seeing a treat border with the rest of the uk as diminishing their british identity. The last two weeks have seen violence erupting on the streets of northern ireland unions. Fear the bricks at agreement which leaves northern ireland following e you customs. Rules will undermine their place in the united kingdom. The arrangement agreed to by all sides during the brexit. Negotiations is to protect the land border dividing the republic of ireland and he yuma nba and northern ireland. Part of the uk from any customs infrastructure. Like cameras aboard posts. The five hundred kilometer border is considered an absolute priority for the northern on pay steal the good friday agreement and needs to be protected at all costs but this raises an interesting historical question. Why is there a border across the island of ireland and had it northern ireland become part of the united kingdom kerry picks up the story in the seventeenth century when all and was essentially part of the british empire. The british ascendancy in ireland supported by the arrival of thousands of

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"A lot. It's a lot of snow. It's really weird where i live man. 'cause i'm telling you it's either a hundred and eight degrees or it's thirty. Two windy and freezing rain came in. And you know nothing like san diego. I don't think i've ever whether in san diego i lived there. You know most of my life and yet what coldest it got was like fifty and even the hottest it got was like i remember didn't break ninety in my lifetime until two thousand six. I just moved back from from. Up w and i was like why is it so hot like that was the first time i ever legitimately like started trying to learn about global warming. Because you know you live san diego. Your life is perfect. Everyday everyday. Adam even out you know it's it gets warmer in the inland areas east on. It was pretty far inland. So it'd be get warm. Damn it was. I remember i was in rancho del rey at my girlfriend at the time sows and chat at thermometer. And i was like that motherfucker say ninety three because we used to go to arizona lot as a kid so it'd be hot as hell b. hundred hundred ten whatever not san diego and then move up here. In the first summer. I lived here in east fail. It was a hundred and seventeen like three days in a row. And i was like the longest. I have an indoor kid by like. He's never gone outside in this shit and it's odd man. 'cause it's windy. Here is dust everywhere but they finally got rid of all the dairies. So there's no more cow shit smell tweet. That was unbearable. Because it's worse when it's cold because that would be you know it's wet shit when it's hot. You'd figured stink worse now. Because he could smell hot asphalt. You could smell other hot smells but when it's cold all you could smell cold wet cow shit but it's gone instead. We got beautiful industrial buildings. Self that's nice big performance center in one of them. Ako bago Andrew hockey people get a hold of you social media what you're the. Unfortunately my social media has been private for really frigging longtime due to a legal matter unrelated to anything. It's just it's just part of the art of the deal. It was supposed to be wrapped up the end of february. So i was really excited. Make my stuff all public again and really there is no reason it's been done forever. But they're they're waiting for one last thing and it's legal matters are pretty soon. Take a long time. And it's a bummer. Because that really hurt my networking for the pandemic because it was before the pandemic so really hurt my networking in my promotional opportunities. But you can always send me a request still pretty much. Add anybody who requests me You can find me on twitter and instagram. At yuma bouma y. u. m. a. b. o. o. m. a. and that's that's pretty much my name anywhere so if you wanna find Find yuma you just go to yuma bouma. I love that fun on twitter. And i love instagram. That's probably my favorite. I love the post. My toys elected post. My family answered throwbacks to the glory. Days so yeah. Those are the best places to reach me. And you know i love interacting with other wrestling fans i love interacting with toy collectors and our love interacting with fast food fanatics. So so get at me. Let's talk about food. Let's talk about twice as talking about the damn world of pro wrestling. Awesome an awesome. Obviously this is part two over show adam next week Do we wanna tell who our guest is going to be or should we keep an suspense. He should probably tell. Because i don't even know. Oh yeah you should only to not promote you should promote. Don't even the cliffhanger tell who's come on on next week show. I have another good friend of mine. A former roommate of mine former writer booker a championship wrestling from hollywood. Oh it's the man he's a. He's he's a recording artist He's a card collector as well. That's right so on next week. Show another good friend of mine. Mr angelo trinidad's coming on the show and for the uninitiated angelo trinidad was the is a longtime ring announcer for peter g. opera being the head writer of championship wrestling from hollywood. Like you said he's got pipes like angel. The main can sing They know he did. I think even got ten announce for wwe and find some angeles a man. That's a really cool guests in again. He was on the road with us a lot. So he's got the tubes so we're gonna have a lot better. Yeah dude. i'm excited for that one. We're probably gonna maybe break. Open some cards here on on the old podcast so everyone can see what we get into. yuma i miss you buddy. This human spend way too long. I hope to get out there soon. Enough and obviously vice versa. You're always more than welcome. You and your family to come on out to good old wilkspur looking forward to i've been i've been dying to see you know i've been dying to see pensilvania since since i met. Kevin chino meet knowing you from there too and i've been there. I've wrestled by the wrestling eastern wrestling in philly. I got the wrestling. cw arena for our wage. Once you're not been pennsylvania. But i haven't been i haven't been to toys r. from so i i will once the pandemic's all over and wrestling starts up again. I hope the definitely be wrestling out your way and maybe tie will more time. Yes that would be well in hopefully you. Will you know improve your win loss record against me. No i'm kidding A day for the man is course. Quick quick very quick. oh good adam. Adam something about devon devon sacks devon devon sucks. That's the word on those raising cane's and it's terrible. What else we got some five stuck in a you motherfucker gonna eat meat some raising cane's picture please don't and then i'll But i'll make up for it by texting devon italian that he a yuma. Thanks for coming on again. I appreciate it adam. Thanks for doing what you're doing till he hasn't automatic vis vis hasn't moved all the all night he's protect worried. Okay good. You're safe adam andrew. I love you buddy. Let me to man. We'll talk again soon. Sounds good and that is the last word..

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"Forever. I got i got. I got the wedding coleslaw. You have to get a good coleslaw here. You gotta probably drive about I'm forty minutes away to this restaurant. That restaurant other the supermarket that sells it. Probably the best in the area. But it's like forty minutes away to get one of these days you're going to have to. You're gonna have to convince me to eat some. Because i just it's just i've never seen someone eats law the way you do call me started. We've we've we've a- window a lot of those fast food restaurants coming back from shows. Where if we're even together or you're by yourself with your wife whoever but if you can give me your most epic post-match meal you've ever had you know for me. The ultimate every time is wrestling in san diego taking somebody new to lolitas my favorite mexican my favorite food on the planet does. It's a relatively small china san diego for the listeners. That don't know it's my favorite. I've been eating there since birth. It's my favorite food on the planet earth. In a lot of times. I'll take people there and you know. Some people haven't found as good as i do and other people were like god. Damn yuma you're right you're right shut up about it all these years. That's my favorite post-match. That's my favorite post-match meal but i have one meal that i did one time and i remember you were super mad at me because i was ripped to shreds at the time and you were working on your work on cutting and i was like. Hey bro. we had wrestled some asked friday night show at the so called pro school. We wrestling and And i remember. Tommy wilson was burying us on kid was filming match on my phone for me to post on youtube and tommy's talking shit about us the entire guy. Now's like well. This is fucking lame. I can't post is now great but anyway so we also we house match. I remember it was good except the finish was like really. We had a really cool idea like you. Didn't you didn't kill me with it. And so we were kinda bombed i remember. We were kinda bummed but it was my cheat night when i had really specific one meal a week. Whatever i wanted. And i got arby's taco bell in one other place. Oh pizza hut. Because i worked at pizza at the pizza hut and i and i texted duke. My bed was covered with taco bell. Arby's pizza hut. And i ate the whole fucking kyle. I ate the whole pile. It was probably close to it. Had to be over five thousand calories if probably close to ten. it's probably closer to ten. If you're closer to ten and duke was just like i fucking you do. Yeah is it. I hate you right now. He was at home meeting. A damn. you know the head of lettuce some shit i was. I was so strenuously heart at that time. Trying to wait at. I was just like jacket out brawl. And i just had a bad covered in arby's taco bell and pizza hut and i ate it all because i don't know i don't know if that was around the time when i just started working at hollywood remember chaos pulling a bunch of us aside and was like we we stood in line. Remember gases asked is because he was still an agent. Any he goes who works out out. Now we'll we'll know we raise our hands and he goes. You might wanna try a little harder. Otherwise you're not going to be on tv and sped. Sale just i mean that's that's when it clicked sometimes You know when it clicked for me when i used to wear my t shirt with the sleeves cutoff. I had gorgeous tights. And then i were a t shirt. I didn't know adam at all at all. I was really knew. I'd just been on shows. And done crew on shows him and he came up to me and he was like yuma and i was like. Yeah he's like fucking fat or something. And i was like I don't know and he was like then. Take the shirt off. And i was like okay and so i try to wrestle that shirt on and i was like. Oh i am fat. I need to get james. So it's like. I probably would have hidden under a t shirt tights like. I'm some kind of damn you know. Wcw veteran on indie show. I probably would have done that forever. But adam was just like. Why are you wearing fucking shirt dude. And it was like okay and worthy singlet. Got rid of the singlet. But i shouldn't have yet. And i switched to john's but i'd shouldn't have yet so as i kinda just like one of those all wakeup calls like i guess. I need to work harder. Sometimes sometimes it's all it takes you know in might be seen as mean or in. Some people's feelings might get hurt. But damn you know if someone is honest enough with you to tell you like you hate your body's going to hold you back fucking take the critique in me better better gotten amazing shape after that i lost sixty five pounds you know and then i was too small and i started losing bookings because i was too small at a damn twelve pack of abdomen muscles and i was small too small to small we. We put up on twitter. Know you helped me out with adam up to out as well try to get a little too eight years. So how many questions did we actually ask me. Guess zero got one elliott. let's take who asked A amy more gore. Oh oh she's a wonderful photographer from the northeast she would shoot a cdw shows. I met her longtime ago. She's fantastic as she asks. Who had the best wrestling mullet me. God dammit and i cut it off for a job that i didn't even get until like almost a year later. I cut it off right before the pandemic and i didn't have to. It was such an adjustment. You short hair. I mean like. I was like what that it had been a while. And you know what my wife was happy. He was choose. She was very very happy. I feel bad my my wife is just beautiful detain of ten jada. Walk around with my way all the time. Now i was like all right babe. I'm sorry i'm sorry. I would love to go back but now you know to many mother. Fuckers have mullets like i had in twenty sixteen. I remember i i. My first one was was like really cool but it was really expensive to go to. That guy. Up keeps us going other places in didn't have as much as as to it was a little more. You know typical mullet. But i mean that was me. Baby me in a shitty little mustache. That's that's humor you know. I'm missing. I really really miss it. and i'm typically clean-shaven all the time now but But fun huma often is bleeding and disgusting so actually haven't been able to shape because of a giant shore on my face. It was crazy. I like an ingrown hair. And i said well let me get that no problem. We all get those ago way. I don't know what happened. But i had like a pool of blood under my skin for like a week. And then it somehow scabbed over the game in his boys gross. You turned earlier. And i saw that and i was like what the fuck out. I got some crazy shit going on over here. In fact it's always bleeding right now kind. I'm not even kidding. Blood like all of my fingers. Now you had some like some really.

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"What's going on guys Back at it again. We are here for part. Two of our conversation with huma yuma. Let's go with the whole pandemic everything got cut short. What are you doing a new told me a little bit. But what are you doing now outside of school of wrestling. What what are you doing. now You know at this point. I'm kind of just waiting for wrestling to come back. You know i I had a lot of things changed for me last year with You know and it all happened right when the pandemic started You know. I had been in charge of championship wrestling from hollywood for for for almost four years on time of being talent there for ten and You know that ended very very Disappointingly and i. I felt really lost. But you know i was like well. You know what. I'm a part of bar wrestling. It's probably the most fun i've ever had. And then you know. The behavior of others brought that to a halt Incredibly disappointing and and and and just gross and upsetting. And you know we were supposed to have some a private studio shows taped in july and speaking out happened and you know it's it's a shame it took so long something that to happen. You know But i'm but. I'm glad i did and i'm glad a lot of people are not a part of this business anymore and i hope they're never welcomed back but went from me. You know i lost one baby and then immediately lost another and was like well geez. Am i ever going to wrestle again. In you know. I was very very lucky to wrestle. For the fights it was a small little it was like a test show and They're like hey you know you know it's only this many people it's gotta be this say like would taking everything seriously We've got the studio for this long. You know you guys can wrestle more than once and I russell scorpio sky. I hadn't wrestled in seven months. I wrestled scorpio sky top of his game and i thought i felt brand new man. It was crazy. I felt like such a rookie. Like i have been wrestling for almost fifteen years in like it. Just that sediments objects kill man. You know rockiness had so much momentum. We're supposed to debut in the summer in two new states. we're supposed to wrestle the head. Bangers april we were supposed to wrestle. Warhorse dan housing in april. So i think we're going to team with gang growl in. May you know like all these big things were lined up for us and then it was just gone kept wrestling. He worked for championship wrestling from hollywood. Still you know. He and i are in different places in life. And i told him like you know bro. You gotta do what you gotta do. Don't worry about me you know we're always going to be a team. We've been a team for eleven years. You know you still wrestling and making money. It's not going to hurt us man You know he's been wrestling a lot longer than me to like know do you know. Don't don't stop. Because i'm not there And he did he kept wrestling. And i got you know it was. It was sometimes. It was kind of a bummer. As just like you know what would make this better if it was a tag match but So i don't know i. I've felt quite lost for the last year from being honest but i'm just being hopeful You know the vaccine going around I've i've i've got a you know i gotta shoot job That i don't like it's it's not who i am as a person But you know. I got a family to take care of you know. I love my family more than anything in. Sometimes you got to step back and do what's right instead of doing. What's instead of doing. What's fun but i've put way too much in a pro wrestling to give up so i'm not gonna on. I'm sure that bothers I'm sure that bothers a few people and that's fine Dumb bother me. i'm just. I'm just waiting man. Someone stabbed me with that shot. You mean the vaccine and it's a doozy. I've heard it's rough. But you know what i don't care because you know what else is rough not getting the do what you love to do by growth entertain. I love wrestling. I love wrestling in front of people. I think that's part of what made the fights so tough on me. You know. I'm used to wrestling and not a in front of not a lot of people. Let's be real and That's nothing new but zero people man that was just different russell's sky that day in like a half hour later wrestled anti-burn down. Now felt a lot better in my second match with andy. Which kinda bummed me out really wanted to bring my a. Game for sky. But i hadn't even been in a ring to train. You know everything on if it wasn't safe or wasn't gonna put my family at risk. So i went in very very cold and i left very very tired but even with that bigger gap to wrestle at that level. I know that I just know that everything will be okay. I know well. I'm not done. They will. they will plenty of left in the in the tank the same with me. There's plenty left in the tank but it's just a matter of matter of time yup and it's and it's it's got it's got feel right. It's gotta be fun you know Obviously my goal is for wrestling to pay the bills it. It has been brief points in my career and i would love for it to continued. I would love for it to happen and then continue on instead of dropping out all the time but But you know it's still the the most fun i have is in the ring so i just said you can't get back to you. Know a took a look at the clock here. I think this is the longest. We've gone without burying devon almost god. We haven't very definite. I was actually going to do that earlier. When we were talking about wrestlemainia twenty six. 'cause i have a funny devon story what's all right. So guess what we don't shit on data and so i went to wrestlemania twenty six with devon and rick ellis is so basically after the show mania. We decided to drive home. Which is a seven hour drive. So that's long. I don't know if you knew devon when he had the blah yuma did but when he had like the blonde spiky hair. that was like streaky. Oh yeah yeah. I remember that. Yeah he had some nineties asset. Yeah so did you. Did you know him then dan. I didn't know okay. So he he looks like that the whitest guy in the world so he falls asleep in the back of my cars driving back. So when you're coming back from arizona sometimes you hit those border things right so we hit one of them. Devon is buried himself under all these jackets at this point so these guys come to the window. They stop us to look in and see if we're smuggling and people out of the country and seven sound asleep so the guy makes me roll down the window so he can tap deva wake him up and then devon pops up with this blonde streaky hair and the guys like he's like are you american. Like what are you american. He like look at me and.

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Expanding your business organically - Eli Crane of Bottle Breacher

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

08:10 min | 1 year ago

Expanding your business organically - Eli Crane of Bottle Breacher

"My name is eli korean. And i'm the founder and ceo of bottle bottlebuster. We are a veteran owned made in the usa brand operating out of tucson arizona. I started this company in a one car garage in san diego. California with my wife jen. Who's also still my partner. We specialize in personalized man gifts in borrower. Some of your audience might of seen us on the abc hit television. Show shark tank in two thousand fourteen on the veterans day special win. We went on the show. We had about five employees and now we have between thirty five and forty five. Depending on the time of year basically our goal is to build the biggest baddest made in the usa that are known brand in the world. And it's pretty cool because of this last year forbes actually ranks us as the thirteenth in the top twenty five military or veteran owned companies in the united states. So we're getting close in. We're halfway there but we still got a lot of work to do. And so we're excited about the future. And so are you still in san diego now. No we're actually operating at a tucson arizona move there. I was exiting the navy and i was getting out of the military and my wife is actually from tucson and a lot of people that are in small business in california. I know that there's a lot of regulation in california. That's why a lot of small businesses are flocking out of there in droves. And so we were looking for a less regulated climate to start. Our small business in arizona was fit to hit on what you do today kind of where you started from the beginning there but how about before you started the company. How like backtrack into getting out of high school. Kind of your quick from there to where you are today. yeah absolutely. There was nothing quick about my journey. It was filled with a lot of adversity and also a lot of failure. And i think this is something that needs to be talked about. You know routinely and often with the entrepreneurship. I think that failure is probably the biggest lesson in. That's where most of the gold in life really lies. And i think that's what separates a lot of successful entrepreneurs from those that aren't successful. Is that successful. Entrepreneurs learn to look at failure in a completely different light. We don't look at it as something bad and something that we need to stay away from. We look it as just cause of doing business and we'd look at it and we actually welcome it because we know that that's were really gonna find the real lessons and figure out what doesn't work what does work. And so as a matter of fact. When i was getting out of high school i barely graduated from high school. Because honestly i really didn't care about what was going on. My family was getting blown up at the time. My parents were going through a really rough divorce. And i honestly thought that football was gonna be my ticket out and i found out the hard way. That wasn't good enough to really play anywhere. So i started doing a lotta searching took a lot of side jobs and i really wanted to go into the military because from the time i was a little boy i had a heart to serve and i love this country and i wanted to serve this country and so pretty much everybody in my circle that i saw as an adviser advise me to go into if i was going to go into the military to go in as an officer and so they all told me that i needed to go to college so i started taking classes in criminal justice at arizona western college in yuma arizona and then after i finished my associates there i transferred to the university of arizona in studying criminology. But they didn't have that major at the university of arizona. And so i would have had to get put into the business college which i applaud foreign didn't even get into is ironic that his and so. I started taking classes in sociology. Because i found that it was the easiest path to me getting a degree in the military really. Didn't care what my degree was in. They just wanted to know that. I could stick it out for four years and so started studying sociology and then nine eleven happened at the start of my senior year and i actually left college for the navy the very next week to join the seal teams and unfortunately you don't just join the teams you have to try out. And it's it's the most rigorous training in the department of defense. And so i actually made a big mistake and i trained to the bare minimum and as soon as i could do the bare minimums that were required to just get into to get a shot to go to seal training. I actually applied in went down there and joined and you. That's been a good lesson for me in you know in failure because it didn't work out for me. I actually went to seal. Training actually made it through the toughest part assailed training which is called hell week. It's actually front into week four and it's basically live and a half days of staying awake the whole time and just getting your butt kicked is your cold wet and miserable and made it through that week but a week and half later i was dropped from training. I gotta performance drop in. So they sent me out to the navy for two and a half years and that was one of the biggest eye opening lessons in my life. And it's one that i always cherished just because when you go into something. That's that big in that intense with kind of half ass mentality. Those are usually get half ass. Results are usually fail. And it's been so valuable for me moving on just to remember the pain and having to take ownership of that failure because it was one hundred percent my fault and so it's been really good for me moving into other things and i went out to a ship for two and a half years. And then i got an opportunity to come back to seal trainings in two thousand and four made it straight through with class two five six and in mid two thousand five. I became a navy seal and i spent nine. Years is a seal and in my last two years in the navy. I started this company. Bob during that one car garage san diego. While i was an instructor and i don't have a fancy nba. I don't even have a business degree. But what i do have is in my opinion a phd from the school of hard knocks. And i think that's the most important thing that you can have as an entrepreneur as just having a phd in being resilient because as an entrepreneur you will get knocked down every single day. You will run into problem after problem after problem. And if you don't know how to get back up in constantly move forward then you're not going to be business long. Well i mean talking about the transition when you started the company when you're still in the navy what kinda inspired your made. You want to end up doing that. Well it was my wife in two little girls that inspired me to do that honestly. If i didn't have a family at the time. I probably would have got out of the navy taking a breath and traveled around europe for six months or a year. But that wasn't in the cards for me. Because i had responsibilities. I had mouse defeat and bills to pay so i was doing whatever i could to take care of my family and that kind of look like in this is important to talk about to just so the entrepreneurs that are listening to this. Podcast understand the sacrifice that it's gonna take you know. I was working a fulltime job in the navy. If you could even call it. A job is way more of intense career in the navy where i would instruct other seals all day long sometimes late into the night and then i would come home. I would help my wife as much as i could with the kids and then i would go out into the garage late at night. Early in the morning fulfill all the orders for today making all the bottom breaches and my wife she would go to the computer and handle customer service marketing men accounting so in. We did this for two years. There were no weekends. there were no summer vacations. I mean we busted our asses for two years to stand this thing up and even at that point it got crazier because at that point we went on shark tank and that sacrifices so importance in it's also you know we also grew this business organically which is something i love to talk about just because i feel it so if you're able to do it. Some companies are unable to do. But if you're able to do it. I think it's so important that you try and grows organic as possible for as long as possible just for many reasons one. Because it you have to learn the business from the ground up. Nobody's pumping capital into nobody's pumping capital into you and it. You know it. Also if we know that the biggest enemy that we have usually as running out of cash and that's li- businesses fell every single day more commonly than any other reason growing organically pretty much eliminates that. Because if you can't afford something if you don't have the money in your business account for something you don't buy it. It's just that

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"That climate name by shawn michaels name. Not being sean. But being michael by that blew my mind and so that was all i. I didn't read rumors or spoilers or anything so literally. Every single thing that happened watched everything started with that smackdown and then i didn't get to see the rumble but my friends told me about it. And you gotta watch rodney nights you who on the rumble. And i didn't really understand. I didn't know who anybody was. You know. i thought tasr was undertaker. Because 'cause i thought they had to hide video for him and it was black and orange. And i thought halloween so i thought zombie. That's one of my many stupid misunderstandings from that era. And i was like. Oh what's the royal rumble in there. Everybody's in it. That smackdown watched ended with a big everybody brawling hype the rumble. Like everybody. you watch raw. And they're like oh. It's anyone watching nitro. I was like what's that and they're like. Oh it's it's it's this one. So in san diego atom. I don't know if you remember this but nitro would play from eight to ten and then from ten to twelve it would play back to back. Yeah so what i would do. Is i would watch the first hour nitro. This was probably. I don't think i watched wcw until maybe the first week of february january still And so i would watch the first hour of nitro two hours of raw and by the time the raw was over it was already on the second hour of nitro. I would watch this crazy sandwich of wrestling on mondays. And then i would never miss thunder soon. As i knew there was another show. Wouldn't miss it. Never miss smackdown. Never missed ec w on. Tnn off watch jacker medal on saturdays. On sundays i would watch worldwide hardcore and while all back to back to back on different stations so like wrestling was on for me like almost every day of the week and my. I don't think my family. I think they've never hated me. More are hod tv man. I hugged it. I was like no i can't. This is what i'm gonna do with my life. i have to watch it all right pip. Squeak scher proven..

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"I met you know. I i met him. One time right. Yeah i think he told me met him once. 'cause you used to meet all guys in pennsylvania right. Yeah so they autograph. Books i would. They would run the catholic youth center. Nine times out of ten they would do an autograph signing that morning. So if they're running say like a saturday night or even sunday afternoon it would run they would have an autograph signing at the mall which was down street and this particular one on a saturday. I think it was like brutus. Beefcake was there. Greg the hammer valentine couple of other guys and favorite. Oh yeah so so. We're going down the line. Scan everything the sign and east walking down the front entrance of the mall towards where everybody was and he just posted up behind like the stage and asked like what was going on. What's going on. And he was there for. Maybe like two or three minutes. And i just remember seeing them me being off in like holy christ is it. That's that's mabel. yeah you know. And he just you know he had this. He had these huge. Like i remember these huge velour like track pantsuit and everything like that big glasses on his little. His fro ended or is mohawk. Whatever yeah. I just thought it was. I just thought it was the coolest thing you just walked out. Shit that's cool not here. Sign here to waste time. What's going on now asshole anthem. A- him and imbo they just got some more into julius and we're like is that beefcake over there let's go the got an orange julius Now got more than one pretzel. But i'm sure he did you mo who are your It's tough it's tough it's tough it's tough but it's gotta be viscera kurt angle ray junior chris jericho and then those are the constants and then the floating spot is always 'cause it's just tough.

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"Oh we drove by at once. When i was living just up the freeway. Insa nita's man. Somebody had told us that that was That wasn't just his yard. It was like it was like a like a park all the neighbors that he was friends with he would let other people walk. Their dogs during staff just beautiful. He wanted us gone so bad just so he could take down bill a park. I mean we'll yeah because every house on the block was just immaculate. And then you drove by our house and it was you know you play the beverly hillbillies thing for real for real. It's crazy it's crazy that That house was in the condition it was in and you know we probably could have fixed it up but it wouldn't have mattered to know that dude would've got his wish Property no matter what even even if snick was you know on his game every month was a. We need a new this. We knew that. Remember when we got the new washer dryer how quick they broke. Oh it was not even two weeks. There wasn't even two weeks rat show to enter the housing if nobody wanted to fix the host. Nope that was it. That's the kind of it was. But i'm glad everybody's doing good. It makes me very happy to see how everybody's doing you know jim. In adam who is at distinguished figure behind you that would be a viscera. That's why adams background here on. The zoom call is visceral v viscera mabel king mabel nelson night nelson frazier himself demand. What is your phantom with him. Just telling me what is your fan of what i ll. Do it quick. Because i literally progressed this on. Every podcast he is. I had seen pro wrestling on. I never watched it not once not once. But all my friends were obsessed. They brought the magazines to school. They brought the figures to school. Would they would play. I remember them playing in your house. When time i'll place i think playstations position yeah the playstation version and And i just remember linked as i thought it was like it..

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"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"An krista christine to all three of us on the graveyard shift at different gyms keeps up trying to stay awake and not let anyone rob the job we started bringing while it was always us to angelo would be e came into the mix When he went down. Try to move down to san diego. I yep and then we We started incorporate dealer guys copro house alike. We try to bring loving loving. Went once he yeah. He went like once or twice when we were in the showcase theatre still in hollywood and You know every everyone took one bucket him. Get get this scrub out of here and i was like no no like look. How hateful he is. We can find something or no. No i remember marquez. Was like no never never. He never wanted nick on the show. And then nick had the coffin. Baby a casket for a casket match. And who has a coffin. Nick levan and so he got to be a pallbearer for brian. Cage versus l. a. night in a casket match and broke the shit out of next casket name ruin it. That was busy sword hearst. At that time to that he was driving in. I totally forgot. That's why he had and rid of it. And then the casket just sat outside and we would do dips on tricep dip mccaskey on on armed day. So let's talk about. I know you talk. I think he might have talked about a little bit before with with them. Mike in endeavoring the soap opera house. It consisted of myself you Levin who was head of household you could call that rennie kick caramba fin yup after that too. Yeah and in randall. Yup too hot to handle at iran to not Knows too hot to handle any randall. It's it's a shame. Randall was something else and when he was on in the ring he was pretty. Damn i remember remember how on he was when he hit that suicide dive and ruined his shoulder. He committed hundred percent. Dude he was like a damn mississau- and then just ruined his shoulder. And that sucks. I really think that slowed everything everything everything him and we're doing really good as a team and then he got hurt. That was a bummer. One of my favorite matches ever so called pro was rog. Monsters vs prostate tip. Warriors that iran ryan a love wrestling ryan kid. I love wrestling eddie. Randall and we wrestled them in mexico. Bunch to marry. We're married to them for a few months. It felt like you know both san diego and down in mexico and they were a lot of fun to wrestling. You look at kid. And he's he's never stopped you know he's gone all around. The world helps coach a lot of people in mexico. Now and you know. He's he's killing it and randall. is in the best shape of his life. I saw that he does jitsu. He's he's he's happy with his you know he's got his girl and they're happy to have been a long time so it's like everybody's doing it was doing well from the pro house. Everyone needs quebec. Shit look at eleven. But he's got he's got is girl he's got a kid. I think love and has a kill me neither in there and his jesus baby is adorable. That's the classics park. He's got a gorgeous little girl and and you know and he's he's a family man. And i talked to in here and there he's doing fine in And i i think. I'm sure doing good too. I i haven't really but he's always sure he's doing he's doing that. House was something else. Man me your best. Give your best soap opera story..

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"yuma" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"I wanna be with you to we're doing it So i think that's what people really latch onto like thinking. Oh i could find a love like that that easy and the hardest thing about it is not like loving each other. It's everything fan. Yeah everything around it. Evil very romeo and juliet right. Yeah and in fact like the the voice over in the movie which is bellas voice. It's like her diary. Which kind of goes along with that teenage angsty like this is my journal. Kind of vibe really works. And they use quotes from romeo and juliet and later voice over not in the first one about like later on And they just like they totally buy into this cheesy vampire love Romeo and juliet teenage angst. Just buy into it and they feed you everything you need like. You were saying. Sasha like you just respond like. This is exactly what i wanted. Right thank you. It feels good to know what's going to happen and like how they're going to react and you know to me. I like knowing what's going to go on next you know. I think that's why. I really wash things a lot. I know it's going to happen. Because i was going to say yet like when i have in my brain the response of like oh i am emotionally responding to. It's almost like the ancient lizard. Brain basal ganglia responding to that but my frontal corso shoutout. I'm going name my child Basil and but but the frontal cortex is like. This shit is fucked up girl. The shit is out of control. Like that's what the frontal cortex screaming like when her dad and by the way. Here's my main point. I wanna make. I like the two leads but the auxiliary characters i find them all just just. I can't digest any of them. Humans the vampire mostly mostly vampires. But then her dad or her mom to like her dad like he's just he's just like he's very one note and i guess all he needed to say to call her beautiful because dan when he calls his daughter beautiful. It's like whoa finally now. We have something in common like. I mean like something to talk about like it was it was. It was just weird this relationship that they were trying to create a big fan of the dot character. An american Dad it's a very specific americana dad but it is that it's like this very specific type of dad has like wants to connect but like literally can't get out of there like almost animalistic like just one note kind of behaviors. Va one small town. Cop kinda guy. Yeah but. I love the performance. Because he's just doing this like we're gonna eat at the dinner thing I gotta be a good dad. Here's a tires..

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"yuma" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Feel like when i go. I mean like when like edwards says. I'm the line who fell for the lamb. And she says if you. I don't know if you remember you can a What is on the line of what a six eight of massa masochistic lion or something like that. What a stupid lamb. What is six. Say to masochistic lion. They those are hilarious. That's part of what i love. It's so hilarious thing. It's like those lines. Are the arnold schwarzenegger breaking a guy's neck putting a blanket over ten and saying oh he's dead tired like those movies wouldn't be those movies without those lines. Although those lines are like silly and stupid so i think this movie too if you took out that it actually is not as good of a movie. It's more forgettable. Probably that's for sure if nothing else you know what i mean. It's just like another movie. Whatever like oh ten. The teenagers falling love but when they're so bold about how the talk about this like and there's certain aides and emotions that i haven't spent lately a lot of time with like fifteen year old and seventeen year olds by soon. I assume like dots. Something you enjoy like dat kinda talk as that age because the emotions are so deep right. See probably respond to that stuff a lot more. I'm just getting like it's not a nuance love story. It's like i love you. Oh i love you to. Oh cool how i see it that i want to bring up one thing that Discussion that came up a lot. And andy i wanna know if you've heard about this or your thoughts on a lot of people criticized bella as the character Both in the movie and the book for being you know pretty like one dimensional or Kinda like just a mask. Yeah just a mask of a person and the defense of that was like no. We'll look at video games. This is essentially like the video game experience for women because someone like master chief in halo is like almost nothing but you want him to be just enough so you could project yourself on him..

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"yuma" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"yuma" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Grew fun to shot up by love. Welcome to shut up. I love it. I'm joe cabrillo with sasha filer. And we are here to talk about things that are unknown. Maybe reviled maybe underappreciated. Maybe even hate it. We'll see we'll see. This is shut up. i love it. We are here with our special guest. We have a guest. She's an actress and filmmaker a quarantine. Buddy quinton corentin. Oh and the yuma. What's up hey.

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Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?

Morning Edition

05:24 min | 1 year ago

Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?

"Joe Biden has pledged if he becomes president to dismantle the sweeping changes that President Trump has made to the US immigration system but could buy Don't do that. As NPR's John Burnett reports. It's easier said than done. People most closely watching to see if Biden defeats Trump and reverses. His immigration crackdown may be beyond our borders. Some 700 migrants languish in filthy tents pitched in a public park amid mud. Maps and clouds of mosquitoes. The encampment is in Matamoros, just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas. They're seeking asylum in the U. S. But stuck here under a Trump initiative known as remain in Mexico while they wait there closely following US presidential race, says Carlo Garcia, an asylum seeker from Honduras. They buy the place our hope in Joe Biden, who's the Democratic nominee because he would shoot the immigrants very differently than Trump has. We hope he will. And change is all of this Trump has created. This is discrimination and racism. Trump is touting that program's success here He is at a rally in Yuma, Arizona. Last tough. We don't want him here. We want him outside. We got sued all over the place. There. We won. So now they don't come into the United States taken Wait out. While the president claims to have restored a broken immigration system, human rights advocates are appalled that what they call the cruelty of his policies. Oh, Marge. Odd. Watt is director of the L Use Immigrants rights project. What the administration has sought to do is to simply turn off immigration and to do it unilaterally. By presidential edict without the approval of Congress. That project should be reversed. And that's exactly what Joe Biden pledges to do. His position paper on Immigration 51 bullet points over 22 pages seeks to roll back Trump's accomplishments and reenact Obama era policies. If I'm elected president, we're going to immediately and Trump's sold on dignity. Immigrant communities restore our moral state in the world are our historic rolls a safe haven for refugees and asylum seekers. Biden says no more border wall no more separating immigrant families, no more prolonged detentions or deportations of peaceable migrant workers. He would restore the asylum system and create a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a long to do list. I don't think it's realistic that Biden in four years could enroll everything that trump dead. Sarah Pierce and another analyst that the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan thinktank recently catalog more than 400 executive actions Trump has taken on immigration. From heavier border and interior enforcement to restricting asylum to slashing refugee visas to creating remain in Mexico because of the intense volume and pace of change is the Trump administration enacted while in office. Even if we have a new administration, Trump will continue. Tio have had an impact on immigration for years to come. But Biden faces a host of obstacles that could slow his immigration counter revolution. First, there's the specter of renewed chaos at the southern border last year groups as large as 1000 Central Americans at a time. We're waiting across the Rio Grande into El Paso to request asylum. The Border Patrol was overwhelmed and ended up detaining families in primitive, unsanitary conditions. And no one wants a repeat of that. Ron Vitello, former deputy commissioner of customs and Border protection, worries that Biden will cancel bilateral agreements with Mexico that have dramatically slowed the migrant flow right now decided that they weren't going to continue to help us. You know, people would start coming through like we saw the caravans two springs ago. There's no reason that it wouldn't come back as fast as it Wass. NPR asked a senior advisor to the Biden campaign. What would happen if the new president gave migrants of Green light? The adviser said. They're cognizant of the pull factor. Then there's the issue of the enforcers. Immigration agents have enjoyed extraordinary support from the White House, the Trump administration has bragged about unshackling them to let them do their jobs more aggressively. What happens if Joe Biden tries to put the shackles back on? That isn't something that the lights which you can't change culture within an organization that best overnight. Angela Kelly is a senior advisor to the American Immigration Lawyers Association. So I agree that it's going to be a long long road. A Biden presidency would also find itself skirmishing with conservative lawyers over its reversals. The way Trump has been tied up in federal court fighting the R. J. Hamann is with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. If Biden is elected, and his administration starts rescinding executive actions that Trump had firm legal authority to Dio groups like us will sue. That is a fact. Finally, there's the Pandemic and NPR Ipsos poll showed a majority of Americans support Trump's decision to shut the borders to all types of immigrants to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Biden has not said if he would reverse that order. So it's anybody's guess when the virus will subside and the nation can welcome immigrants again. John Burnett NPR news

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President Trump to host roundtable in Phoenix on Monday

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump to host roundtable in Phoenix on Monday

"Kick off the week in Arizona. Lisa Taylor reports. The president will be in Phoenix to hold a Latinos for Trump Round table at the Arizona Grand Resort at 11 A.m.. President has previously visited the area for a campaign stop in Yuma, another at the Honeywell plant and for a campaign rally in Phoenix in February. Trumps visit to Phoenix comes after traveling through Nevada over the weekend on the campaign trail. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio.

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"yuma" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"yuma" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The ground in Yuma Arizona participating this hour in a round table on border safety have a tour of a section of border wall nearly four hundred and fifty thousand pounds of drugs have been seized this year and two thousand three hundred and thirty seven criminal aliens have been apprehended later today the president will deliver an address to young Americans at an event in Phoenix it comes as the state is dealing with a dangerous rise in corona virus cases and hospitalizations on Capitol Hill members of the White House coronavirus task force briefing lawmakers on the virus outbreak in testing after president trump suggested at a campaign rally he had asked officials to slow corona virus testing to show fewer cases Dr Anthony Fauci told the house energy and commerce committee he had not received such a directive to my knowledge none of us ever been told to slow down on testing that just is a fact in fact we will be doing more testing out he testified he remained cautiously optimistic a coronavirus vaccine would be ready by early next year Erin cutters ski ABC news New York states like Utah now warning residents stricter safety measures could be in order Utah state epidemiologist to send a letter to leaders warning that corona virus could force hospitals in Utah to run out of ICU beds next month and that if something isn't done quote the only viable option demanded spread in dance will be a complete shot down and quote you time surgeon cases has more than doubled daily case counts the infection rate has risen to fold since restrictions were lifted Alex stone ABC news in Atlanta the private funeral service for racial R. Brooks under way at the Ebenezer Baptist church where the Reverend Martin Luther king junior once preached Brooks was shot and killed more than a week ago during an altercation with police officers in a parking lot the white officer accused of shooting Brooks is now facing murder charges you're listening to ABC news.

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"yuma" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"yuma" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is a big event in Yuma today to mark the completion of one hundred miles of new border wall KTA ours Germi foster joins us live with more on who's going to be there and why it's significant yeah Bob Hope was security chief Chad wolf one with those on a senator Martha make Sally are scheduled to appear on well at least some of that one hundred miles is replacement of old wall national border patrol council president Brandon Judd told Arizona's morning news today that's just like putting up new water replacement wall the cartels able to defeat in you're putting in the new Paltz that they can't I can see that in the trump administration has pledged to have four hundred and fifty miles of new all completed along the southern border by the end of twenty twenty live in the newscenter journey foster KTAR news it was tough going for West Valley commuters for a time this morning a tanker spills shut down westbound I. tender fifty First Avenue for about an hour we're still waiting to find out what caused the spill and if anyone was hurt the freeway is now back open a seventy four year old former valley priest is accused of the unthinkable father John Jack Dallas Spaulding has been indicted for allegedly sexually abusing two boys under the age of fifteen he's charged with six counts of sexual misconduct with a minor and one count of molestation of a child father Spaulding was a Catholic priest at Saint Gabriel's church in Phoenix and St Timothy's church in mesa when the alleged abuse took place between two thousand three and two thousand seven Deborah Dale KTA our name big advances in the treatment of a birth defect in which bones of skulls prematurely fused together in children treatment requires removing parts of the skull and reshaping them four years ago doctors replace their surgical knives with a plasma blade that uses radio frequencies to cauterize the blood going to kindergarten in an average case they're not detected by their peers as having had this disease or surgery there he is so that is pediatric surgeon Dr Robert boarded banner cartons children's Medical Center in mesa talking about the good results from the changes they made he says this method has also cut the time needed for the surgery from six hours to as little as one hour now time for a check on traffic here's Monica read live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center right now an I. ten west though we still have a slow down your fifty ninth Avenue with H. O. V. a left lands their clothes for clean up of fuel filter that earlier accident is backed up to fifty First Avenue he spends any gets a moderate so I from fifty First Avenue over to seventh street I seventeen southbound south of Peoria there's an active not bright we've got one on Guadalupe east of the one oh one and an accident in queen creek wi fi Grove shut down between Christmas and and signal view because of this you can go the T. and then also watch for an accident in central Phoenix where the pedestrian at central and the Dow this support is brought to you by Volkswagen north Scottsdale who doesn't love dogs tomorrow at eleven AM folks wagon north Scottsdale have their adopted doggy that in conjunction with halo animal rescue stop by for food and ticket giveaways folks wagon north Scottsdale.

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"yuma" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"yuma" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Support today's program also features the children's choir of Yuma Lutheran school Yuma Arizona now here's our speaker Dr Michael Ziggler what do I have this worth living for I was asking myself this question I was twenty years old and was serving in the Air Force and I was preparing to go to combat survival training it was a two week training scenario and the scenario was that we were supposed to be air crew members who had been shot down behind enemy lines we crash landed and we were on the run we had to survive evade and escape and I'd heard horror stories about this training the lack of food the lack of sleep deprivation is of all kinds and I was thinking about how I would respond in the situation that this training was preparing us for how would I respond as a prisoner of war isolated tortured tempted to give in what do I have that would be worth living for under those circumstances I thought about the movie princess bride it's a movie my family watched all the time and we love it and there's the scene at the end when all Max says to Wesley Wesley whose whose only mostly dead he says to him Hey hello in there what's so important what you got out here that's worth living for and then Max presses on Wesley's chest and out comes the grown true love true love maybe that would be worth living for I imagined myself married to Amy Amy was this girl I had even asked her out on a date yet we knew each other when when we were little but I hadn't even been on a date with her but on this day before preparing to go for a combat survival training I imagine myself married to her and that maybe we had a family and and I had to get back to her that she would be worth living for what are you what do you have that's worth living for true love maybe maybe that's your answer you say true love and you know that it's deep down in your bones in your guts in you your soul love is the only thing worth living for but at the same time you've got reservations about this you've got doubts about love because love is fickle love is fleeting love is short lived people tell you live in the moment and you can live in the moment but you can't live for what is momentary because after the moment passes so is your reason for living and so with love it it's momentary at least certain kinds of love I think about this section the affection that I had toward my first grade teacher affection comes out of proximity being close to another person being familiar with another person if that's how affection grows in when you're not with that person so much the affection goes away his short lived or think about romantic love the first person you were attracted to and that you would say that you love them and that is that romantic way and what was that like for you you are overcome with enchantment for that person and all your thoughts and your desires and your inclinations were were toward that person how long did that last you see that's the way love is it comes and goes how could that be worth living for there's other kinds of love though there's love that stands the test of time there's love that lasts but on the other hand love can go bad you think about I love a parent can have for a child powerful love strong love but if that parent won't let the child grow up if that parent needs to be needed by that child the parents love in that possessive way can cripple the child and make themselves miserable in the process I think about that character in the Stephen King novel misery what what did you say to her prisoners she said I'm your number one fan you need to worry about anything I'll take good care of you love when it's possessive like that it goes bad and sometimes the longer it lasts the worse it gets what about love between friends sometimes that can go bad too right love is so powerful almost god like and therein lies the problem how to CS Lewis said in in that book the four loves he said we love having become a god comes a demon love can go bad so what do you have this worth living for love I still want to say love there's this hopeless romantic in me calling out from behind the stage the greatest thing you'll ever learn is to love and to be loved in return in spite of the doubts in spite of the reservations love is still the greatest thing love is fickle love is fleeting love can go bad but it's still the greatest thing that's because there's another kind of love I love this different there was a small group of ancient Jewish people who discovered this love they found it in relationship with this person Jesus of Nazareth one of them wrote this in a letter in this god's love was brought to light among us that god sent his one and only son into the world so that we might live through him in this is love not that we love to god but they god loved us and sent his son to be the sacrifice the atoning sacrifice for our sins beloved if god has loved us we also but to love one another first John chapter four CS Lewis wrote this book call the four loves Lewis was an atheist later converted to be a follower of this Jesus and he wrote about four loves the first three are natural loves that we had been discussing affection and friendship and romantic attraction but there's this fourth love this higher loves supernatural of god's love the love that Jesus spoke of Jesus was Jewish he was raised did you in the Jewish scriptures talk about the love of god this steadfast love of the lord endures forever and yet in god there's no need to be needed there's no hunger to be filled there's no referential exclusivity in god there is only abundant overflowing fullness to be shared read the fiftieth psalm read the fortieth chapter of Isaiah the scriptures tell this story of the god who doesn't need anything loves creatures into existence not because he needs them but so that he can perfect them by loving them CS Lewis has an analogy it's a little disturbing but it makes the point god is like a host who deliberately creates his own pericytes he causes us to be so that we may exploit and take advantage of him and he doesn't stop there we begin as parasites but that is not the end odds goal is to make us adopted children loved by him so that we can learn to love like him god's goal is to make us like Jesus god sent Jesus into our likeness so that we would be remade into his an expert in the Jewish law once asked Jesus a question to test them which is the greatest commandment in the law teacher Jesus answered him love love the lord your god with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind this is the greatest and the first commandment and the second is like it love your neighbor as yourself the whole law and the prophets hang on these two commands Matthew chapter twenty two Jesus says everything hangs on everything hinges on everything depends on love not the fickle failing love that creature sometimes feel towards fellow creatures but the love of god Jesus calls us to love not like the world loves but as god loves what's the context for this commandment how should you imagine it it's not like this to borrow an image from Jeff cleaners book loved and sent it's not an orphan outside in the cold in the dark with his nose pressed up against the glass looking at a family inside wondering what he has to do to earn his spot at the table that's the image that you should imagine with this commandment rather it is the child has been brought in the orphan has been adopted and given a seat at the table and now is learning how the family lives how the family works before you can do anything to try to earn this Jesus already sacrificed his life to bring you in out of the darkness out of the cold to give you a seat at the table and now he is risen from the dead he is giving you his spirit so that you could learn the family way the way to love as you are loved you have a reason for living to love and be loved as you are loved that's your purpose if you're part of this family by faith this is your reason for living to love is you are loved loving like god loves is risky though you might not be loved in return you might not be appreciated you might not be happy ask the average person on the street what their goal in life is and what is likely going to say to be happy to be happy you know that the most popular courses at Harvard and Yale are courses on positive psychology on cognitive well being on how to be happy notice the difference between those two goals the goal to be happy in the goal to love the goal to be happy is inward focused the goal to love his outward focused on others now sometimes people use love to try to find happiness but if you think about it if if love is truly others focused if it's Christ like sacrificial love love that gives without expecting anything in return there's no guarantee in this mortal life that's gonna make you happy the cross of Jesus Christ is the ultimate sign of this love god himself suffered immeasurably because of his stubborn love for you so to love as god loves you need another kind of life true life you need the resurrection life of Jesus to love as god loves you need the life.

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"yuma" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"yuma" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The country, Yuma became the next target from nineteen Ninety-six until the erection of the w-. All border patrol agents made an average of eight hundred arrests in the Yuma area per day by two thousand nine though that all changed apprehensions drop to just fifteen for day while border patrol agents, stop twenty seven hundred vehicles trying to penetrate the border each year before the wall was completed in two thousand fifteen they stopped just twenty-seven all told says national border patrol council president, Brandon Judd, the nearly seven hundred miles of fencing along America's southern border has been highly effective everywhere. It's been a rector. I can personally tell you from the work that I have done on the southwest mortar physical, barriers that walls, actually work. You hear a lot of talk from the expert. Do you hear a lot of talk at their experts that say that walls? Don't work. I promise you that if you interview border patrol agents, they will tell you that Walsworth. I work in nocco errors owner for ten years. We didn't have phys. Barriers nocco and illegal immigration and drug smuggling was absolutely out of control. We built those walls, those physical barriers and illegal immigration dropped exponentially, anywhere that you look where we have built walls, they have worked. They have been in absolute necessity for border patrol agents in securing the border and not just America's southern border, but across the world at every border that is needed security, because the simple inescapable truth is that wall's work. Twani. It's time for rapid traffic.

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"yuma" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"yuma" Discussed on KTOK

"When deputies from the Yuma county sheriff's office arrived. This is an Arizona, by the way, they found him covered with bees. And they had to use a water hose to get the insects off of them. So paramedics could try to help him. He was rushed to a local hospital where he died from his injuries. A woman who lived at the home was also stung and taken to the hospital, but officials have not released an update on her condition. Several officers were also stung trying to help us, but they did not require medical treatment. And that's horrible and horrible way to go. But here's what caught my attention. The bees. Had built a high in a sofa in his back yard. What was the sofa doing in the back yard? I don't know if you remember this. There was this man that's a long time ago. There's probably ten years ago. A guy here in town. Got bit by Copperhead and a rattlesnake in the same afternoon. What was he doing? He was cutting the grass of some of his property. He was on a riding lawn mower, and it was wearing flip-flops. He had got off the riding lawnmower to move some junk in the yard. So we could cut around it. And that's where the Copperhead was hit him. He didn't immediately realize what had happened. He got back on the lawn mower was going to cut the grab when the rattlesnake hit him on the other foot in the same day. Now. Here's what attracts snakes tall grass and junk that they can hide under usually snakes are after food. What snakes eat frogs, mice rats that are making this in the tall grass and in the junk. So if you clean up your junk, if you clean up your backyard, clean up your yard. You won't have a problem. I remember I rented a house once. This is over an Edmund and the first thing my wife, and I noticed this mouse traps, set everywhere, these people have problems with mice. And we looked in the backyard. I bet they did have a problem with mice the grass in the backyard was waist high. Of course, you had a problem with mice. I bet you problem with snakes to first thing. I did was go cut that grass. No, I'm not blaming this guy in Yuma Arizona for beginning. Stung to death. But I mean, you know, there's a lot of people gripe about certain city and neighbourhood ordinances about keeping your lawn clean. This is why. It isn't because the government and everybody else is trying to tell you what to do your property. It's a lot of times. It's a safety issue. Eight four one.

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"yuma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"yuma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sentenced the former Yuma police officer to twenty years in prison yesterday. Thirty five year old Jerry Elton's was convicted of raping a twenty three year old woman related to him by marriage during eight family reunion, a helicopter piloted by fifty one year old man crashed in a remote area near valley center. Friday morning, we we have thirty five year old man with minor injuries. The copter was spraying pesticides on an orchard and the four day key classic LPGA tour tournament tees up again at the golf Carlsbad at seven AM. This report sponsored by the San Diego natural history museum liquid some fun during spring break. Visit the NAT and see the new three d film on the giant screen plus stemming landscapes from National Geographic. There's always something new at the NAT cloudy and sixty degrees Lindbergh field and the baseball team routed in the eighth inning. But lost a president's eight five to four at Gwynn stadium. Last night. I'm Eric Roy AM seven sixty KFI be talk and breaking it. Asked news update a week ago. There was a lot of expectation of just what is in the report on Russia's role in the twenty sixteen election. Now, there's more even as the president goes on Twitter mega-rallies and Fox News. The claim exoneration CBS news correspondent chip Reid. Democrats are demanding to see the entire report speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a tweet late today. The American people deserve the facts, not a watered-down interpretation of Muller's findings courtesy of Trump's handpicked. Attorney general not attorney general William bar promises. Something closer to the full report by mid April, leaving congressional Democrats still on satisfied Loyola Law. Professor, Lori Levin gay think that if you have hundreds of pages of report, and you can somehow condense it into a few pages. There may very well be things that are missing. He's entitled to redact. The grand jury information. But there's a disconnect between the length of the report and the summary. CBS news update, I'm AM seven sixty KF MD. If.

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