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"zlin" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"zlin" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"They're distilling philosophy is balanced between the distillers art and the contribution of the barrel time and patients to bring you unparalleled quality and depth flavored spirits of french looks. Motto is simple respect the green. You can find all spirits of french lakes products and their new releases. Unseal box dot com. But don't just take fred mimics word for find out for yourself and check out spirits of french lick dot com and follow them on instagram. Facebook and twitter remember always drink responsibly. Savor every drop of summer at total wine. And more 'cause they've got us zlin lineup of pours for the great outdoors. Get ready for the holiday weekend with their top twelve wines under fifteen dollars and beat the heat with refreshing bourbon cocktails so why not serve brown derby made with bourbon grapefruit and honey at your next barbecue. Then taste your way to a new flavor. It with over five hundred bourbons total wine and more is the place for whiskey lovers looking for something new..

"zlin" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"zlin" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"On released of. That's why maybe they feel like there's a consumer problem whereas reality. They're still a lot of great products on the shelf. That are twenty five thirty five bucks. There's a lot of great stuff on the shelf at twenty five thirty five bucks. In in evan williams writes in that bottom bond is really good but When it comes down to it you know if you're a company he you wanna make some money and that's how you make money and this businesses volume freddie bigger. Good point is that they are laser focused and what they do and they do a fantastic job of continuing putting out press releases even if it's just minor variation changes of what they are doing to their product. And who does that. Get the attention of all. If you're listening to this podcast and definitely the people that are sitting right now like we would probably be considered the one percenters of bourbon. Yeah we are the people that that care that pay attention to what's going on the other ninety eight percent ninety nine percent of population don't don't care they don't care they'll go to the store and they'll pick up a regular bottom logic craig. They're not going they they've got to chase down a bottle of while are one of seven is they. Don't care about that. That's a little bit different. You know when we think about it so yeah. If you're listening to podcasts. You are one of the very few people that this is actually speaking towards. And that's going now when we try to think about okay. The other ninety nine percent of the population out there and we talk about yes. We are in a very educated market right now. How do we educate the other people like. How do we make them more aware of you know when they show up they don't have to show up for blanton like how do we. How do we educate those people that are either working in the stores or or anything like that to say like there's there's other options out there you'll get yourself a bottle russell's reserve we'll get. Yeah never forget to that. Half the country does not drink so when we really when we kinda like. Open up like The population here. You know there's about there's about eight million verified you know bourbon drinkers who are willing to listen to a podcast or read a magazine article and get educated. So eight millions. That's a good number. You know but this is a big country and eight millions of fraction of that And getting those the the problem. The problem that stands in the way with the other ninety nine percent of the people getting educated are the whisky brands and their marketing. People don't give to flips about Actual education where they're trying to do is sell that bottle and you wanna sell that story so hard about how good the proofing water is the recipe and the yeast and they sell it so hard in. That's all they care about is moving that product is. That's what their bonuses based on. That's what they're 401k's based on its everything. They do not care about educating the category. They wanna move that that bottle. Well yeah in two. They're also they they're not just. These companies aren't just bourbon brands. They have a whole wide portfolio of other spirits that they're trying to push and trying to sell and so it's like okay. How can we grow our business as a whole not just bourbon bourbons on fire now. But it wasn't you know years ago so vodka was focusing on. It's like so they're they're all chasing chasing the shiny red ball. They're just took jason and know five six years ago. Used to have the master stiller ago in do toxic liquor barn down the road and educate consumers. And there's not really that much anymore. I remember like number jimmy russell handing out little thumb tho- symbols of wild turkey at liquor bar a fred. Here's some or some. Well tell you i'll say why don't you have a regular glasses. All give me you know for now. You're laying on a sales rep at a liquor store to education. They're incentivized by other things. And so it's like you got to look at the incentives to what people are getting educated on and this is probably follow it. It's not suburban. No but this is why we are powerful. When i say we. I'm talking about everybody listening to this. Podcast we are allowed very vocal community and bourbon. And there's a reason why this article came out and said asking the question. Is bourbon broken. It's be the reason why bourbon will always get the attention of the preneurs. Cards of the moi sees of the brown foreman's in these large parent companies is. Because we won't shut up. We loved complain in. This is the whole fact. We're here talking about this whiskey. Media has become powerful. It's it's big in and beyond that You know read. it's over. One hundred thousand probably close to two hundred thousand of subscribers vodka didn't have that you know cognac. I don't think has that. I mean we have a very loyal willing to like Learn audience That will be pulling through much like how bourbon came back. Birmingham didn't come back because of the The smart marketing initiatives by Beam or somebody. It came because you know you had a handful of people in those organizations who are listening to consumers who were trailing kentucky and they were continued. Try to feed those consumers. That's what's happening now. Is that consumers are telling these companies what they want and the companies are reacting. The companies are not pushing us on a we are pulling it and the three of us. Well you guys have a brand. You don't count. I'm a consumer but At the end of the day it really really does matter About growing that eight million. In my opinion when i said the email. That's something that i was able to start a bourbon. Plus able to like dice. Look at all the people who drink and all the people who will i would be willing to read or listen to something so there are eight million people right now who are willing to learn about bourbon. That's statistically verified so hot grow that's eight million in their special releases only ten thousand. You do the math really quick that that. That's that's one side of it. Yeah sure the other side is like. What's this over here. Pursuit united on the head. Then check this weekend. I'm going to want to hear some more of those stories if they ever. That's news to me. You know you'd mentioned earlier about social media. And i think this is definitely one thing to to talk talk about of how the consumer is feeding this animal to is because facebook kind of built and killed bourbon all the same exact time it did. When i remember polly joining some the facebook groups back in two thousand fourteen there was both acronym of swat for anybody out. There has been been. Yeah and you know. I think that's when i realized that there was so much more for me to be educated on. I mean i used to see people selling bottles of willett famous tatum like where do they get these things. I had no idea. I could drive an hour half down the road like this. This is like a whole thing. That i was learning. I mean do you all remember some your earlier. Thoughts of like what this was going to open because social media and facebook has played a critical role in bourbon culture. Now spirits of french lick exploded onto the distilling scene early in two thousand sixteen as indiana's largest double pot still distillery. They employ old world sentiment with new world. Attitudes delivering the finest handcrafted bottle. Bon bourbons to audience eager for an alternative to the big guys. And they're distiller. Alum bishop uses historic hoosier yeast strains alternative grains and fifty three gallon number. Two charles to bring you spirits with unparalleled quality in depth flavor. You can find all spirits of french lakes products and new releases on seal. Box dot com. But don't just take fred mimics word for it. Find out for yourself. Checkout spirits of french lick dot com and followed them on instagram facebook and twitter and always drink responsibly savor every drop of summer at total wine. And more 'cause they've got us zlin lineup of pours for the great outdoors. Get ready for the holiday weekend with their top twelve winds under fifteen dollars and beat the heat with refreshing bourbon cocktails so why not serve brown derby made.

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"zlin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"zlin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Her plea to guilty for her role in the rodent family murders back in 2016, his brother Jake earlier this year, also switching his pleaded guilty. Both have agreed to testify against George the fourth and George Billy Wagner. The third, who's not guilty pleas remain unchanged. George the fourth to back in court, October, 25th. More than 5500 of Covid 19 cases were reported today by the Ohio Department of Health. That was just below the moving three week average. But Monday numbers tend to be on the lower side. The 232 new hospitalizations still above the 21 Day average, with the 19 new ICU admissions right at the average more than 3400 Ohioans are currently hospitalized with the virus. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear this afternoon announcing more than 2400, you covid cases and 29 new deaths. Saturday and Sunday. Combines are close to 7600 new cases and 39 new deaths. The Reds after dropping two or three against the Cardinals in ST Louis over the weekend, still wanna tie with the Padres, where the second National League wild card spotter entering today. But the Cardinals are now within a game of both the Reds in San Diego. After enough night tonight. The Reds begin a three game series in Pittsburgh against the Pirates Tuesday night. First pitch is at 6 35 coverage on the Big One is set to begin at 5 35 with the inside pitch. Checking the final numbers on Wall Street. Today, the Dow finishing up 262 points, NASDAQ Down 10 S and P Up 10 Artists Update is at seven o'clock. I'm Sean Gallagher. NewsRadio 700 wlw becomes alive in the first garlic isn't bigger than waiting Network at 700 WLW Alliance McAllister He's Dave lap. And Lance. It's time for make the right call presented by the law offices of Blake. May Zlin, Okay, The Bengals were in a two minute drill. Right conclusion of half. They got the ball with a minute and 47 seconds. They start matriculating the ball down the field. So it's 1st and 10 with 42 seconds remaining in the half. They had burned a minute and five seconds off the clock in matriculating the ball borough. On 1st and 10. Sees that Minnesota is loading the box and they're going to go the heavy blitz and he sees his friend Chase lined up one on one with Breeland on the on the perimeter, and he goes 50 yard touchdown pass over Brylin for 14 7 halftime lead. The score obviously was tied before that play massive play because they score right before that. And they get the ball to start the third quarter and they scored again to make it 21 7 huge swing of momentum at that time, perfect segue because we're going to hear from the trio, and this was in the locker room after the game with you, and to me, just the sound of joy in the exuberance and the camaraderie of these three together, we're going to pick it up with Dave talking with Joe Mixon and Jamaar Chase and Joe Burrow. Big players make big plays. All three did yesterday. And here's how they sounded together in the locker room, Jubilant locker room and we got some key.

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"zlin" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Subsequently affected were involved in some way against this pushback against the Russians. For five years. The mystery of what lies behind Havana syndrome has continued. But some people thought they knew what caused it when they first heard the stories out of Cuba. And all because of the strange sounds people described in their head based on what I know of it and what I personally experiences as well. This has sounded like what I was testing myself for some time ago. When Professor James Lin read reports of sounds, he immediately thought microwaves were responsible. That was based not just on theoretical research as a professor of electrical engineering. But first hand experience decades earlier, he'd heard the sounds himself based on what I have done before and also based on what I have subjected myself to in the laboratory. It sounded like something that I had studied extensively. That is, it is probably due to a directed beam of micro pulse toward the head of the individual who was sharing it. In the 19 seventies. As a young graduate student, Lin had conducted what seems a bizarre experiment on himself. We have a so called the shooting room, we had lined it with microwave, absorbing Ontario's Then I said, you know, wooden chair and had the what we call the horn antenna to the back of my head and we had another person outside. I had in my hand. In light switch that I could signal to the outside experiment or what? I was a hearing any micro, if indeed sound or not. What was it? Like? What did it feel like? If I was presented a single powers. Was able to hear Zip, for example, sound or, uh, stronger could sort of like a knocking sound? No. Are you suffering between will be a quick However, if you put a number of houses together, I was able to hear sort like a bird chirping. The pulses of microwave Zlin believed were creating waves of pressure inside the skull. These could then be interpreted by the brain is sound, even though there was no external noise. Lynn found. He was not alone in his interest in the impact of microwaves on the human body. In the late 19 seventies, he received an invitation. To the Soviet Union. Bullshit.

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"zlin" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Meanwhile before receiving her sentence y'all zlin ortega also allowed to make a statement. She apologized for quote what happened and she stated that she hoped that nobody ever has to go through which she had gone through. Wow and she asked for forgiveness from god. wow so. The judge was clearly incensed by her lack of remorse and just blatant disregard for what had happened. Judge kara who presided over the case. He acknowledged that ortega did have an untreated mental illness and it may have played a role in what happened that day but the fact that she had the forethought to try and kill herself shows. She had some mental cogency and that she had some form of a plan. The judge went on to blame iosselini and her family for not getting her the help. She needed to treat her mental illness. Let's end this episode on a happier note. Because this case is really just so after the murders marina and kevin set up the lulu and leo fund. Which is a nonprofit charity organization that offers parents and schools of creativity curriculum based on the ten principles of creativity. Now this is all in order to inspire heal and grow children through art nature and creativity especially in disadvantaged communities there according to kevin krim the fun quote empowers children and adults with the skills and confidence. They need to have resilience in the face of hardship and to thrive in an ever changing world and he explains how they started this fund in those early days to honor the creative and to brief. Life's of leo and lulu as you probably guessed. The two children loved the arts and they were very creative and marina was also an art teacher so this was very important for them on their funds social media pages which i follow them all the crims post photos of lulu and leo as well as photos of their new family. They have since had two more children. It was just a couple of months ago. Where would have been lulus fifteenth birthday and there was a really beautiful tribute posted for her..

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"zlin" Discussed on Multiamory

Multiamory

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on Multiamory

"Hope this guy. Listen to this episode. He's not just send it to them. I hope that it's just like we said a couple of episodes ago without comment from our parents. Curtis partisan. yeah exactly. I love that. Sorry this keeps making me. Think of a quote it. I always really liked from battle star galactica. And it's one where commander adama is giving a book to president laura zlin and she says something to the effect of like. Oh i'll i'll be sure to get this right back to you after finished reading it or or says something about needing to return this book. And he's like have a policy of never lending books. Miss kind of this idea of like if i'm giving you this thing i'm not expecting to get it back like i'm just stunned sirat. That's that's not the point of it. The point is that this should be passed on something. I'm giving to you not just because experts you to give it back the that keeps coming to my mind through this episode. I don't know that it's exactly relevant. But i always really liked that now. I love that. I think that's kind of what got me interested in this in the first place is that idea of like literally just giving something to another person without expecting anything in return like having. That lack of expectation is huge. I just something. I wanted to point out. Our researcher for this episode offered that mutual aid and community care can be options for framework to us and looking at building transformational or relational relationships and shifting away from these transactional relationships. And if you don't know what mutual aid is it's a form of solidarity based supports and which communities unite against a common struggle rather than leaving individuals defend from themselves that's a definition from the cut dot com. So it's kind of this cool like different approach in terms of people supporting one another rather than just.

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"zlin" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"zlin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"All of these corrupt people in the media that have served for money as the propaganda too. CBS, ABC and bases CNN. Oh boy, CNN, The Washington Post New York Times Atlantic Mother Jones, You name the list. They gonna be destroyed, too, because they will have no credibility. At all the days of watching the mainstream media or over because they're gonna be revealed as lives. And they fell forward, but they didn't really fall forward. They were part of it. They're all going down. How we were gonna have a new day in America. I hope so. Once I hope so, When would but listen. We were on the time, but Keep keep putting out those tweets. In the early morning hours. Somebody put the chair a cheer Everybody up. Who's Who's on? I want everybody to feel better about this because it's all gonna end. Good. Trust me. All right. Let Lin Wood will you represent Richard Hopkins that that postal carrier and airy Pennsylvania he wants to? I think he wants to sue The Washington Post for making up that story about him today. Well, I mean, you have to come to me. I don't know that my practice would allow me. But I have a fight Back Foundation 501 suit for that I formed several months ago to help people preserve and protect the constitutional rights. And if I can't take him on I can sure help and find somebody. Well, that's great. We'll let him know that say what's the name of the group fight? Fight back? Hash tag Fight back Foundation. Hashtag foot back, Angel. Okay, you'll see it. We're trying to raise money for Kyle Rittenhouse after I assembled from criminal lawyers to defend That boy who is innocent and is a politically is Yeah, that's just will be sure of this country is going to return to being a country of truth. We've been a country of last between long I was sorry He was extradited, but I have I have confidence in you. And it seems like that's a cut and dried case that he was so it was self defense all the way. Linda Linda. I will say, I will say that while the Chinese have the extradition was a little surprising. Upon reflection. I think that he was moved to Kenosha. Because he is very safe in Kenosha, The sheriff of Kronos is gonna make sure that Kyle Rittenhouse is safe. That's good. That's good. Linwood. Thanks so much for coming on with us, and we hope we can call you again. Azi. The events unfold in the next couple of weeks. Okay, thank you very much that Zlin would again He's he's Fighting the Lords fight in these caves. Kaya, Kyle Rittenhouse, Richard Jewel, Nick Sandman, all all these guys that have been going up against the deep state. Thanks. Thank you, Len. I'm Howie Carr. He's New England's talk radio King. He's Howie Carr to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a soap opera star gracious me. My car has storm damage, and I had to file a claim. Could it possibly get worse when my claims team leave me for someone else?.

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"zlin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"All of these corrupt people in the media that have served for money as the propaganda too. CBS, ABC, NBC. CNN. Oh BOY, CNN, The Washington Post New York Times Atlantic Mother Jones, You name the list. They gonna be destroyed, too, because they will have no credibility. At all the days of watching the mainstream media or over because they're gonna be revealed as lives. And they failed forward, but they didn't really fall forward. They were part of it. They're all going down. How we were gonna have a new day in America. I hope so Want, I hope so. When would but listen. We were on the time, but Keep keep putting out those tweets. In the early morning hours. Somebody put the chair a cheer Everybody up. Who's Who's on E? I want everybody to feel better about this because it's all gonna end Good. Trust me. All right. Let Lin Wood will you represent Richard Hopkins that that postal carrier and airy Pennsylvania he wants to? I think he wants to sue The Washington Post for making up that story about him today. Well, I mean, you have to come to me. I don't know that my practice would allow me But I have a fight back Foundation 501 c four that I formed several months ago to help people preserve and protect their constitutional rights. And if I can't take him on, I can sure help him find somebody. Well, that's great. We'll let him know that say, what's the name of the group fight? Fight back? Hash tag Fight back Foundation. Hashtag foot back, Angel. Okay, you'll see it. We're trying to raise money for Carl Rittenhouse. After I assemble some criminal lawyers to defend That boy who is innocent and is a politically is Yeah, that's just will be sure of this country is going to return to being a country of truth. We've been a country of last between long I was sorry He was extradited, but I have I have confidence in you. And it seems like that's a cut and dried case that he was so it was self defense all the way. Linda and I will say, I will say why the timing of the expedition was a little surprising. Upon reflection. I think that he was moved to Kenosha. Because he is very safe in Kenosha, the sheriff of Canosa's go make sure that kind of wooden houses safe. That's good. That's good. Linwood. Thanks so much for coming on with us, and we hope we can call you again. Aziz the events unfold in the next couple of weeks. Okay, thank you very much that Zlin would again He's he's Fighting the Lords fight in these caves. Kaya, Kyle Rittenhouse, Richard Jewel, Nick Sandman, all all these guys that have been going up against the deep state. Thanks. Thank you, Len. I'm Howie Carr. He's New England's.

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"zlin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Prohibition, the end of Prohibition. Yeah, that's it. I'll cheers to that. That's what we'll favorite this day. So it is today is, I think the 87th anniversary That'd be right. It was 1933. So the 87th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition. So think about this for a second the weight of this crazy then? So what you had is you had a political Beef that was started by Bye, Religionists. That alcohol was a demon and was a problem. They had political lobby strength. They had enough to push. Three United States into Prohibition for what was it five years? The five years because it would have been 28. Yeah. So five years. Yeah. And then it was repealed. On this day 87 years ago. So listen to this. You've got places that I just named like the cellar like Strong water in Anaheim and in Fullerton there and You think that they are closing tonight's the last night you can go in or outdoor dining in this type of thing. And get a drink because it will become illegal. Effectively to do that. On the anniversary. Of it becoming legal. Because alcohol was politicized. Now, with the pandemic being politicized, and everybody yelling. Oh, sorry. It's this science that Nobody's looking at I'll give you that. You have to take down your mass to eat and that causes a comp a compromise. I get that. There's ways to work around that there's ways to deal with that. Not a complete shutdown of an industry. Two who really can't live on Take out that Zlin ping along and hopes of relief. May I have a question? Yes. So if they can still do take out delivery, can you can you My booze. And I know that that was a thing for a while. I don't know if that's yes, As far as I know the ABC has allowed The cell. The take out selling and I think that's brilliant. I think they should continue with that. When all this lifts quite honestly, I think they should do bottle service. Yeah, you should be able to do those types of things. I was just talking to somebody about canned winds can't winds are becoming fantastic. Really, really wonderful. They were experimenting for a long time, so they weren't putting the greatest stuff in there. See if people would get it. But they're really going in a direction of just it. Z great to chill them easier to kill them. They're portable. They're sealed all of those things, right, Shannon? Well, I think Who? Shannon Shannon likes any kind of 10. She likes the box stuff. Well, here's the thing. People push back because it's not traditional,.

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"zlin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"zlin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Election that controlled All these things are going to be revealed every line. How in every line With time will be revealed. I just hope it's before. I just hope it's in time. I just hope there's enough time to get everything out. You know, there's already pulls out there run by the same people who said Joe Biden was gonna win in a landslide that say over half the people in the country already believe that this is that this was a fragile election. So you know, but the mainstream media is good. Yeah, Those numbers will grow. Those numbers were broke. Yeah, but the mainstream meeting The mainstream media. The people you've been suing God bless you for doing it. They're going to say they they're going to say, Oh, it's over. It's over. What these guys those get Lin Lin Wood and Howie Carr and everybody was listening and watching them their conspiracy theorists. The conspiracy theorist is that I've heard that phrase. I know what it was developed to do to demean people who tell the truth. People who connect the dots. Don't forget that one of the major culprits is One of the most corrupt organizations in the world. CIA. Trust me. They've been trying to corrupt this country. Since the 19 fifties. President Eisenhower said when he gave his last speech to the country before John F. Kennedy was inaugurated. The greatest threat to this country was not external. It was internal. It was the military industrial complex when day or when that's uncovered. Gonna be a lot of people in the CIA and the National Security Agency's They're gonna be in jail too. But let me give you some really, really, really good news. All of these corrupt people in the media that have served for money as the propaganda too. CBS, ABC and bases CNN. Oh boy, CNN, The Washington Post New York Times Atlantic Mother Jones, You name the list. Day gonna be destroyed, too, because they will have no credibility. At all the days of watching the mainstream media or over because they're gonna be revealed as lives. And they fell forward, but they didn't really fall forward. They were part of it. They're all going down. How we were gonna have a new day in America. I hope so Want, I hope so. When would but listen. We were on the time, but Keep keep putting out those tweets. In the early morning hours. Somebody put the chair a cheer Everybody up. Who's Who's on? I want to feel better about this because it's all gonna end Good. Trust me. All right. Let Lin Wood will you represent Richard Hopkins that that postal carrier and airy Pennsylvania he wants to? I think he wants to sue The Washington Post for making up that story about him today. Well, I mean, you have to come to me. I don't know that my practice would allow me. But I have a fight Back Foundation 501 suit for that I formed several months ago to help people preserve and protect their constitutional rights. And if I can't take him on, I can sure help him find somebody. Well, that's great. We'll let him know that say, what's the name of the group fight? Fight back? Hash tag Fight back Foundation. Hashtag fight back, Angel. Okay, you'll see it. We're trying to raise money for Kyle Rittenhouse after I assemble some criminal lawyers to defend that boy who is innocent, and there's a politically is Yes, that's just will be sure of this country is going to return to being a country of truth. We've been a country of last between long I was sorry He was extradited, but I have I have confidence in you. And it seems like that's a cut and dried case that he was so it was self defense all the way. Linda and I will say, I will say while the timing of the extradition was a little surprising Upon reflection. I think that he was moved to Kenosha. Because he is very safe in Kenosha, The sheriff of Kronos is gonna make sure that Kyle Rittenhouse is safe. That's good. That's good. Linwood. Thanks so much for coming on with us, and we hope we can call you again. Azi. The events unfold in the next couple of weeks. Okay, thank you very much that Zlin would again He's he's Fighting the Lords fight in these caves. Kyle, Kyle Rittenhouse, Richard Jewel, Nick Sandman, all all these guys that have been going up against the deep state. Thanks. Thank you, Len. I'm Howie Carr. He's New.

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"zlin" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"zlin" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"zlin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"zlin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pack your bags, fellas. War's over. That's brilliant bumpkin because we'll put a hand. Good morning. Bill Handel. Here is a Thursday, July 2, and since it is Thursday, it's always tactical Thursday with Brian suits. Ryan heard both Saturday and Sunday here on Ko Phi, and Let's Get right into it, Brian. Good morning. Happy Shrapnel day anniversary of my first wound. Oh, excellent. And was that your head wound? Now. Shrapnel shoulder been? Yeah. Okay, head wound. But I just want to thank the guy because my daughter is going to go to U C l A for free. So what? What do you say, sweetie? I'm happy to say she supposed to say thank you terrorists, So we'll go back to script also. Ah, One of the reasons that you are have been hired and are a good talk show host is you had several head wounds. Well, be honest, They're afraid of firing me. That's you know, it's a good law. So you're right. Hello? Alright. The Russian bounty story, I mean, has gotten huge and that is accusing the rush. Shins of paying. We're offering to pay the militia that are connected to I think it was Isis. I know it's the Haqqani network, who are a combination of drug dealers and Taliban sympathizer yet and they will. If we paid them to kill Russians. They would do it. I mean my best counter there, but the story has broken that and there's intelligence. I don't want to ask you about the quality of that intelligence. How could I? How credible was it that the Russians are paying these folks to kill Americans and the president is saying I didn't know about it. No one brought me Any briefing. It's news to me, So let's go into that. I went back on dark secret place to last July, and I talked about this last July because word was getting out last summer. That there was there was a specific targeting of Americans first and every other NATO member second and that was really odd a year ago. Not surprising that odd and and so I I've got to think it's somewhere in daily, you know, the PDP, the presidential daily briefing. That he was briefed on Daz. You know you were talking Tio my buddy John Bolton earlier. It wouldn't surprise me. If the president just skimmed over that, if if it was mentioned, he didn't say anything. Ah, but then again, it may not have made it to the briefing now until people go on the record until people come out and say no, you say Verily, I put it on page one of the briefing on March 7th. 2020 or whatever we'll never know. So this is all if a Zlin Lynne Cheney said. Congress person with Liz Cheney quote. If true, those quote and congressman, you know one idea in Crenshaw, the Navy seal multiple tours in Afghanistan. Same thing, if true, if it's true, it's Dear election, but it's entirely true that it was never briefed. That is entirely true. No, it could be entirely true. Is that what you said? Yeah. I mean, it's entirely true that it didn't make it to page one or Page two. And Trump is notorious, You know, for kind of sleepwalking through that briefing, as we're prior presidents, by the way, it's not like he invented you kno the ay Brolin 7 a.m. You know, Lots of other presidents have done that. Because this is also the kind of thing that Trump is has devolved down to his local commanders were this kind of stuff is not something to get to him if this is locally sourced information in Afghanistan The theater commander. The effort commander in Afghanistan is supposed to take care of it, and it's not even SOC CROSS his desk. That's a style is this story big enough that it would have crossed his desk or it should have crossed his desk. On page one of the briefing is, if there is validity to this story, if I were president, I would want to know because, as I've mentioned numerous times on tactical Thursday, Putin's number one foreign policy goal is foiling everything America does. And then one bee is break up NATO and getting the United States to believe Afghanistan Afghanistan headlong and bring the rest of NATO with us would go a long way because it would start it would then Give away these parliaments clearance to say Okay, Now that we're out of there, can we talk about America and that would that would probably begin the step. The turkey began by becoming ah, you know, terrorist state. Within NATO. So so it it would if I were Vladimir Putin, and that was my goal. I would pay some terrorists to kill Americans and and because he knows that you know, Trump has stated he ran in 2016 and said We're going to stop the stupid forever wars and we've been negotiating with the Taliban. The Taliban were the first to come out and say We don't need any incentive to kill foreign invaders. But for the record, we've been talking Since December of last year were not taking rubles to kill Americans is Theis issue of Vladimir Putin. I is, obviously that's a big deal in terms of the way the president views Putin that believes Putin far more than he believes is on his own intelligence agencies. Is that still going on? It is, And that's the biggest issue E. I think it's crystal clear, and you don't have to be never Trumper or any orb Lincoln project or any of that, just with your own eyes. Look at how this president has dealt with Putin on a personal level. Yeah, he says. No one's been tougher on Russia, but that's a lie in the face of it. On DH. Putin is not a dummy. He understands that he has a guy who has, for some reason, a natural sympathy towards authoritarian strongmen, and all he has to do is slap him on the back and Iceland and the whole thing. It's a really, really scary state of affairs because You know you Putin will go to the path of west least distance and he has America one foot out of Afghanistan right now, and it's it's some point. The president has to understand the risks. Or do you think that he never is that Putin and obviously Putin is going to be in power right through even if Trump gets reelected. I think the constitution was changed in Russia to allow Putin to run for the next 40 years. Literally, literally. Yesterday, they made that announcement. Literally. He gets to be presidential. 2036. I mean, you're not kidding literally happened yesterday. Yeah, he's goingto dies. It'll be like Mugabi Mugabi. He'll last Mugabe. He'll last until he's 95 or Haram Bank who were that's very good, actually. Very good. All right, let's take a break. We'll come back and we'll finish it up with Brian. The explosion in Iran That seems to be a fairly big deal on Brian Has the inside scoop on that bill handle live everywhere. This case If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I. Heart radio At Jennifer..

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"zlin" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"zlin" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"Such as sleep issues irritability decreased appetite stomach aches and headaches along with some addiction. Risk this contest with taking amphetamines unless your doctor can thoroughly explain why you should be using these. ADHD drugs. Don't take them. If you need a little extra energy motivation and focus. There are a lot safer options out there next. I own mention a real weird one Cerro Bras Zlin. This is an injectable drug four cognitive decline declined. It may be really helpful for grannies who keep forgetting their grandchildren's names but I'm baffled old that otherwise healthy bio hackers choose to use it for an uptick in cognition. It's formulated from pig brains. That's right like on pigs and I have my doubts about injecting other animals. DNA into my my body. And I would encourage you to also be a little suspicious of that if peptides Pique. Your curiosity look into BBC. One fifty seven Evan. This anti aging peptide is derived from natural human gastric pent-up peptides and works spy. Optimizing the GUT brain access next is DNA this pseudo nutro. BEC- is his way to popular considering it's concerning side effects which include an. I'll just summarize them here. DNA DNA may cause birth defects DNA can disrupt the metabolism and function of their subtle choline system. DNA often often causes activity along with several other unpleasant symptoms. And it's way too common in neutral BEC- stacks in those products walks in the plastic bottles that are aggressively marketed. So many different places if you go on Amazon and you look up nutro picks tax. You'll see about a million of these products and go and rank on Amazon. Buy The cheapest price. So you'll see the the cheapest crappiest products I and go.

"zlin" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"zlin" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Me oh my gosh those social media right right is no Turkey shoots right all right let's go to the tourney lease Lanier well I got the hang up are you there Lisa yeah so he we apologize so we have to make sure you're getting your funders Israel are usually make give me the indication that I we're lucky or even talk doing the implants yeah do you have Verizon yes I do okay that's why we're talking because at all the other companies won't get through until all right yeah we're gonna flim flam it's not from a was a few days ago yeah nobody seems to know to get through it's bad I so for example telephone company at Zlin plans we when we had a recall so we're taking a break the marginal what are we saying oh yeah what a feeling stealing like for example if you had like chasing him had example where he went through he didn't mean to and he knows that they've been charging for the ribs I need a call to say didn't call that had the I think even if me calling it's still stealing well so you know accidents happen in these kind of situations and so they they know that their standards are going to be much more harsh when it comes to self checkout because all of this really boils down to was your intent to shoplift so you know if you didn't see it so all of her shoplifting stance you have to do with concealment and things that go toward intent and with somebody just accidentally doesn't stand something you didn't have the intent to shoplifting you indicated that by Carol calling and straighten it out for you wouldn't be exposed at all for any cash shoplifting in that situation now had you not call and they sell it on the kind of surveillance video thing you would have a problem that's what you tell it even if you didn't do it then you have your guilty of what color conversion of that property in that case in that case let's say we didn't notice that until even got home and it's already the police have already been called then I had to defend myself like I didn't know right exactly incident and I don't believe you yeah because I mean especially for self checkout I think they look at that much more stringently van if it was the cast your mistake yeah that is a cashier but but there's twenty people that intentionally put big ticket items like down the bottom of their car hoping the cashier won't notice the cashier will lose track of what's been scanned in that kind of thing so you know in those situations is always going to be more highly secure because haters gonna be more highly scrutinized when you're doing self checkout because there's a higher duty there you're the one scanning everything and so your word against theirs can be tougher to say well I didn't mean to steal that rack of ribs or whatever but most stuff boil down to intent and most of it if it's the minimum you know if you accidentally you know got a pack of juicy fruit gum to go along with your whole plan planned fashion yeah cool good though yes yeah if you accidentally got a packet using very calmly and pay for right conduct come down on you for that I mean it you know especially if it was a cashier air even even probably if it was a self checkout air they're not gonna make a big did this to minimize and stores kind of expect that there can be some mistakes here and there with small items but the higher the value the item the more likely they are to make a big deal about it now you know if you're like it's electronics or something all my gosh yeah they're gonna come asking all day long like Best Buy right sure no Sir would be I a conversion of the theft kind of in a white with that also apply to if you return something that was on sale you got fifty Bucks in the full price of a hundred and they give a hundred dollars back in your life that's what I paid for you kept it that then they could be in trouble in normal circumstances because some stores have state policies that say that they're going to refund you whatever the current price is for the product and so that works to your disadvantage if you bring it back like after the holidays and they go a little Malcolm fifty percent of that that that might just be the star coffee working to your advantage for change now triggerfish attorney Lisa Lanier in your many years as an excellent attorney have a case of the flim flam have you see yeah not being very minute not map I would think so it was a penalty for like why.

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"zlin" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"zlin" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Do you have a decent solution for the the what seemed to be brutal economic realities of running amid ten scale not one that can scale I- propublica, the Texas Tribune men post, and I spent a lot quite a bit of time at men post. I mean, they're wonderful digital news organizations, and there are some in California there one in Chicago. But we need a wealthy person. But. Subsidizing was managing editor of the times. I was behind. I think it cost all of three hundred thousand dollars, but we were inserted and we were having times reporters do local news, and like four places where the local paper had been degraded and tried to do to like two pages inserted of local news to try to plug the hole, but the holiest too big at can't be plugged and the times to save money Kanthal that program, anyway, maybe they saw it as too little and ineffective. I mean, we had your successor dean became onstage in our conference a couple of years ago. I said what's your solution? Basically with look like union shrugged and turn to the rich people in the audience at I hope you guys can help out essentially short of billionaires or sub billionaires buying their own papers. Great nonprofits, it it seems. I mean. Vice in BuzzFeed are gonna go through some sort of per mutations. But they could certainly survive times the post look very healthy journals doing fine. I mean, are you looking at a future we're five ten years from now like, lots of papers, just simply don't exist. Well, if trends continue as they are. And I don't see why they are at. I mean, we lost half of all journalism newspaper jobs half in the past fifteen years. I mean that is incredible and hundreds of local papers have closed, and you know, in the book, you know, one of my my big points because I think the lowered trust in the news media local news sources consistently rated as the most trusted because they're closest to their communities. They're known, and it is a real real crisis. Zlin they're going. Away. We live Peter I'm in year brilliant at covering this. We live in the Europe of big where my worry is like, you know, the the Washington Post says already been acquired by. But one of the reasons the post is in trouble because it was pursuing a local strategy now look at you know, net flicks an app or jumping into news that may be that. We just have behemoth news companies where news is, you know, a relatively small part of the business, and that worries what what do you make of Google and Facebook each saying, we're putting three and a million dollars into news with the local emphasis and to push subscriptions. He just made it great face. I did I'm, you know, skeptical because I don't really think they understand `ournalists them. Would they tell me when I say things like you should just be taxed, you should just have a tax that gets distributed. Okay. You're going to have utility. And they go now or or just make it a straight subsidy. Just go ahead and cut checks all the local papers. And they say, listen if they have failed business models. We we can't you know, what we're we're gonna help them. Learn how to run their businesses correctly..

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"zlin" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"zlin" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"So what do you guys do which might be my favorite question? But whatever I'll let it slide. He's twenty one trying to just keep conversation going. Yeah. Which was so terrible. Because he was so try and clue goes, oh, you know, I'm Caitlyn's manager. And she's an influence or because I hate that word and close just telling him a couple of things, and then he goes, oh what really and then. Yeah. And then he walks away. And he brings us back dessert. And then we're like paying the Bill and he comes up. And clues thinking, oh, this guy's probably going to ask digits. Here we go. Here we go Cleo's gonna get hit on and he comes up, and he goes sorry. What's your name to me? And I'm like Kaelin. He goes, it is so nice to meet you any shake my head and close it in there with the biggest smile on her face being like, and I'm and he just walks. I. That's cute. You got became. What's your name? It's great to meet you walk Zlin could've got her hand out to be like an enclave today album. In my mind until we trying to justify it. And I'm like, oh, he annoy toy get it. He's just he likes me so much. That's usually the best for last. You're like wait till. Here's my last name. And it was really funny because two minutes before texting minutes do. I text my boyfriend. It was like oh on the I think it's so cute. There's a server, and he totally graduate on me than I got. Baby. No like this twenty one. You were like still got it. God trying to make him Jim. Work. But anyways, maybe it to be there. So we were telling I don't know if you've heard of them, but his name's Jason Arctic. But we're telling Jason the story and Jason's laughing so hard like he was like. That's all there is. And you know, he's very like animated. And then I was like anyways. It was so funny. He goes. Yeah. Maybe it'd be there. I'm like what you were loving. You just made me feel like you were here because you were giving me all of the labs anyways. So I think from follow me on social media..

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