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Fresh "allison" from Brian Kilmeade
"Cero. CIA tests a Cinco cinco. Settle, settle, settle, settle to past mentality and killing down or get put down. Being both calling for mass. You're in there with a set of Bonta calm. You say you want Carlos Arias that is often seen as Abogados. The unitary livin Muchas personas? No Stand aside. Would Allison Castro the accident at the outdoor also seguro Asiatic Waddle. I said Wait a second Police! Ls a good including cover Tura in Castle, the accident taken world Toma Williston, North Alvarado. Terminals. Annie Jerry Levin. Hello, Notre Siento. CIA Tech associated receded, restaurants barnacles photographed. These is so not true. Cientos SeaTac associated appreciated restaurants. Atomic controllers Weather office in Orlando X equals love, and I say Spawned a single mass mousy guy even must, but you're bad. Come on the ambulance complicate God. Sarah, Come on to the entrance soon. Pick up meat. Come on them. Arrest stop me, though. Look. How did they come? Okay, Generous. So many channels secure said, But I guess this man stopped by God and somebody better. Come on. I said yes..
U.S. workplace safety enforcer failed during COVID-19
"Finding that workers safety is at increased risk amid more worksite complaints. During the covered 19 pandemic, CBS News correspondent Allison Keyes explains. The report, finds of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has received a jump and complaints over worker safety but has reduced its inspections, particularly those conducted on site between February and October last year. Oh, she received 15% more complaints than in 2019 but did 50% fewer inspections. It also buys it because most OSHA inspections are being done remotely. Workplace hazards may go unidentified longer. The report finds an increased risk that OSHA isn't providing the level of protection workers need on job sites. Allison Keyes, CBS NEWS Washington All right, let's check in now with our
Fresh update on "allison" discussed on John Landecker
"Side takes 19. A third accuser has come forward with sexual abuse allegations against Father Michael Flicker, longtime Southside Catholic priest and head pastor at ST Sabina Church. This accuser lives now in Texas. Eugene Hollander's a lawyer representing the first two accusers. Twin brothers who say flavor abused them more than four decades ago, when they were Children. He spoken with the latest accuser and one day he was in Father Flavors bedroom directory. They were smoking pot together. Watching some TV. The third victim pretended to be asleep and father flavor, then reached over and grabbed this Penis. This third accuser claims that happened back in 1979. He's speaking out over concern a victim trashing some perish leaders that Saint Savannah have criticized allegations by the first two accusers as hard to believe wonderful that shameful They should want the facts to come out here. They should want the truth. The third accuser says he wants to acknowledge that the brothers were not the only cases of flavor acting inappropriately. Says he has no plans to file an independent claim with the Chicago archdiocese and is not seeking a financial statement. Flicker denies any wrongdoing. WGN's Jen DeSalvo has the latest numbers on the virus from the Illinois Department of Public Health, Illinois, reporting 2104 new coronavirus cases and 44 additional deaths Statewide. The positivity rate is 2.4%. Nearly three million vaccines have been administered in Illinois with a state now averaging 84,000 shots daily. This come He has two new points of vaccination are opening the United Center on March 9th with the registration starting tomorrow, and the United Airlines Clinic at O'Hare Airport for airline employees, which opens on Thursday. GENDER SALVO WGN news that's for Chicago. One in eight residents have now been vaccinated. Said he's still in phase one B for vaccinations, while the majority of Illinois already expanded eligibility to other groups with certain health conditions, Dr Allison or what? He's commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health. Says there's not enough vaccine supply to expand. Yet in the city we would go from having about 713,000 Chicago into are eligible to literally about 1.7 Million without significant increases in vaccines, says the city is on track to move into the next vaccine phase or group. By the end of the month over the Indiana it'll start sometime this month, using as mass vaccination sites, the motor Speedway, Ivy Tech Community College and Notre Dame. It's Health Commissioner Dr Cristina Box reports the Indiana Corona virus test positivity rates 3.5%, which is down once again from last week's rate of 4.1%. And I actually looked up the last time I could find a rate that low was on September 17th at 3.7%, she announced they're now offering vaccines do any residents 50 years and older. Ask for Wisconsin health officials there report passing the 1.5 million mark in terms of the number of covert vaccines shot in the arm. It's seven day test positivity rates been below 3% now for two straight weeks. Dozens of Chicago public schools parents gathered outside City Hall today, criticizing Mayor Lightfoot as having dumped a campaign promise. And they're demanding a fully elected school board. Current opposition to an.
Vernon Jordan, Civil-Rights Leader, Dies at 85
"Businessman, a civil rights leader and an adviser to then President Bill Clinton. Vernon Jordan has died at the age of 85. Jordan grew up in an Atlanta housing projects before his family bought a home, got his LA degree from Howard University and worked for civil rights attorney. One of this case is integrated the University of Georgia. He worked for the C P and United Negro College Fund and was head of the National Urban League in 1971. Jordan never held a government job, but no one knew better. How Washington D. C works. Jordan was a friend and adviser performer. President Clinton. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington
Fresh update on "allison" discussed on Chicago's Afternoon News
"CD Ph Commissioner Dr Allison are, But he says there are a few things that will determine when the city can move into the next face. CDC basically recommends moving ahead when you've got vaccine appointments that are going on filled when you've got enough supply T have hit most of the folks in your group. And they estimate you know, 60 to 70% of the charred target population has been vaccinated or certainly, if you have any vaccine going on you She says the city is currently on track to move into the next phase phase. By the end of the month, Airline employees will begin receiving covert 19 vaccines tomorrow at O'Hare. United Airlines, working with the Chicago Department of Public Health, has offered its employees clinic in Terminal two adult hair ER to become a point of distribution of vaccine for airport and airline employees. The clinic opens Thursday March 4th and will administer the Johnson and Johnson. Vaccine doses will be available by appointment. The pod will follow eligibility requirements, meaning in Please Who liver work in the Chicago area and our at least 65 years of age or members of the flight crew are eligible to get the vaccine. Gender salvo. WGN news President Biden is criticizing the Republican governors in Texas in Mississippi for what he deemed Neanderthal thinking in deciding to relax their mask mandates and other covert 19 restrictions. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves is defending his decision. You cannot focus.
Democratic adviser and power broker Vernon Jordan is dead at 85
"Members of our community, civil rights activist and political power broker Vernon Jordan's died. CBS is Allison Keyes. Jordan grew up in the segregated South and became a powerful figure for civil rights on Wall Street and in Washington politics. He was badly wounded by white supremacists sniper in Indiana and 1980. Jordan was also a close friend, golfing buddy and adviser to former President Bill Clinton. In the 19 nineties. Vernon Jordan
Fresh update on "allison" discussed on Hammer and Nigel
"Alex Brown. Indiana Fever president and Chief operating Officer Allison Barber says a partnership with Indianapolis based Anthem was born out of a desire to give athletes more power in the fight against social injustice. She says the athletes advocate program aims to help them create a bigger platform. They're already doing it this professional certificate. Hopefully, we'll just find tune their skills and maybe provide additional competencies so that their impact is even stronger, deeper and more pervasive in society. The program was created by the lily Family School of Philanthropy at I U P Y two show athletes how to improve their leadership roles on and off the court. California based performing Financial Corporation has notified the state it expects to lay off 75 employees from its office in Indianapolis that handles the recovery of defaulted student loans. The company says the layoffs are in addition to 40 employees who were previously placed on temporary furlough..
Johnson & Johnson rolls out single-dose COVID-19 vaccine
"Four million doses of a new vaccine for the Corona virus or shipping out across the West. Today, the single dose shots developed by Johnson and Johnson received the green light from the FDA Saturday. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports with the third covert vaccine in the U. S demand still exceeds the current supply. Nearly four million doses of the one Does Johnson and Johnson vaccine are ready and will be allocated to states and local jurisdictions. Some doses will go directly to retail pharmacies, mass vaccination sites and to federally qualified health centers and could make it into arms this week. So far about 20% of the adult population in the U. S. Has received at least one shot and 25 million people have received both doses. But many more who are eligible are still waiting. More mega sites at stadiums and civic centers are set to open and supplies are expected to expand in the coming weeks. Johnson and Johnson is expected to deliver 100 million doses by June.
Fresh "allison" from Chicago's Afternoon News
"Coronavirus Doubt Illinois deck of for more information. When one of us gets vaccinated, we're all safer and stronger. Caravan developed a B G on traffic Central more than 850,000, Indiana residents can now make appointments for covert vaccine after the state lowered the age for eligibility to 50 years old chief medical health officer Dr Lindsay Weaver says any Hoosier below that age dealing with health conditions should have received a message regarding their vaccination plan. If this describes you or a loved one, and you have not yet received a message do not fret. These will continue to be sent over the next couple of weeks as your providers in put your names and information into the system. It is appropriate to check in with your provider to make sure your information is getting submitted. Nearly three million vaccines have been administered in Illinois, and the state is now averaging 84,000 shots daily in Chicago. One in eight residents have been vaccinated and the city is still in phase one B for vaccinations while the majority of the state has expanded eligibility to those with certain health conditions, CD pH Commissioner Dr Allison are, Woody says they simply don't have the supply to do that, so we would go from Having about 713,000 Chicago into are eligible to literally about 1.7 million without significant increases in vaccine. However, she says the city is currently on track to move into the next face by the end of the month. White House covered 19 response team is pushing to equally distribute vaccine and unveiled a pilot.
Storm, power outages impact vaccine distribution
"From NPR news. I'm Jack Spear about 1.7 million vaccine shots or big administered every day in the U. S. As NPR's Allison Aubrey explains, there may be a temporary reductions in some areas due to weather and power outages as winter storms have disrupted vaccinations in several states, including Missouri and Texas. Biden administration officials say governors may extend hours when sites reopened to keep vaccinations on track with more than 55 million doses administered. Dr Anthony Fauci says the vaccines will not only protect the people who received the shots but also help slow the spread over all when your turn to get vaccinated comes up. Get vaccinated. It's not only good for you, it will have a very important impact on the dynamics of the outbreak found, she says. It's also
Interview With Saray Khumalo, The First Black African Woman to Summit Everest
"You've heard me say many times that if you're gonna climb success mountain just to say that you did it well before that feeling it'll be pretty flat. We've also spoken many times about the need for doing things because of a greater purpose because not only will there be some amazing wins. There's going to be probably some mega losses along the way. If if there's something driving you giving you the resilience to overcome the obstacles. First difficulty is just permission to quit. However when you when you do decide to keep going have you considered the maybe the sky is not the because in life you are going to hit many psychological and emotional walls and you're going to get knocked on your ass that's just how it is. The question is do you have the internal and external emotional mental and even spiritual and physical sherpas to get you up to win. Well stay tuned. Because that's exactly where we're going. I'll guest on. This episode is set up khumalo. Her life is a story of remarkable resilience. She's overcome the odds. Most of us will never even likely face. She has met catastrophic failure and even death head on and she kept going not because of sheer willpower but because of being purpose driven seta is the first black african woman to summit everest and reach the south pole. She is an award-winning mountaineer. Philanthropist who has used to climbs to build libraries across south africa. She has recently partnered with apple to build digital libraries. She is also part of the forbes. Women african africa leading women's summit. Two thousand twenty one surat. Khumalo is a transformational and business. Executive coach of whom the south african president said. She reminds us that. Through courage and perseverance. We can achieve highest ambitions for the greater good of humanity. Ladies and gentlemen. Please put your hands together and help me. Kim having excited now you know. I always like to start the show by asking my guest in this age of influences. Where is an expert who somebody the we might not know. Maybe never even considered who has been a major influence on you and on your leadership. I have people actually. It's my mother and my grandmother. Mother didn't do too much school. She went up to from two is the second level high school but she could sell. I stood eskimo and she always believed that. The sky's the limit. Which is something bet. She used to tell my sisters nine. She ended up being a single mother with seven goals and she had two absolutely so you can imagine how what was going on the house especially living in the environment so that was a lot of fun but also my grandmother my grandmother. Is you know and my grandfather. We amazing people that were missionaries. Who really my grandfather always used to say who do not leave a lack of service. That is requested as a young kid. You don't really put much thought to it. But they've been just amazing people to me Because even though they did not have much there was always something to help a somebody else. always blissed while so. Are your grandparents still around. No unfortunately my grandmother was the last two to pass away. She passed away one hundred and one. Allison i'd crazy. What how and so if you put together the light your grandparents and that whatever coming from your mom what is that if you sort of able to boil it down. What would be the central philosophy that you've gained from from those two sources grandparents are mother. A lot of it came to the fore for me in two thousand nine and the fundamental philosophy is is that Is the is the concept of a wound to a because we are it realizing that i can achieve more with the right partnerships around me and i think that is fundamentally everything. It's supported me with my executive job is supported me on the mountain but but also to realize when set partnerships and not the partnerships that you need specific levels of where you are at because i mean you know about climate the ship let you use up to address best scam in not necessarily the same ones that you need for the summit. How do you appreciate them and really say goodbye in order for music summit.
Could more women-led tech companies make the internet less awful?
"The dating app. Fumbles wiped right on. Its ipo last week. Making it ceo whitney wolfe heard the youngest female ceo take a public. Not only that. But eight of the company's eleven board members also identify as women and that has more than just symbolic power bumble has styled itself as a women first dating app. The platform encourages them to send the first message. It also moderates the photos that are on profiles and the ones sent through direct messages so users won't get any revealing content. They didn't ask for sarah. Kunst is the managing director of cleo capital and she advised about on its venture capital arm. I asked her if all that translates into more women on the app then men. No you know it's funny. They're more men. Because it turns out that when you empower women and when you give people dignity and equity in the relationships that it helps everybody. It's not just women. And how much of that do you think is because of the type of content moderation. It does not allowing photos of shirtless men are worse. I think that's a huge part of it right when you think. Oh maybe maybe. I'll go meet the love of my life today on a dating app and instead you see something that you really did not want to see. It's disappointing and and it makes you less excited to do it and so bumble hs done a ton of work in making sure that you know people are who they say. They are with things like photo verification to that. They're not doing creepy mean rude things and if they do than than the the companies taking a really firm stance that it's really kind of one strike and you're out with everything from people who want to body shame to people who are sending lewd images that's not okay and certainly the legislation that they've been able to work on and push through in the state of texas to make sending a picture that exposes yourself illegal. It makes so much sense. Those are the kinds of things that are so obvious. In retrospect but but nobody in the dating app world and the online dating world had taken that stand yet. And i think it's pretty clear from the market debut. There's a lot of success in helping people. Just treat each other better given that success. Do you think you'll see more companies kind of taking that same path of moderation. I mean i think this is happening right. I really kinda everywhere right now in our world online when you look at everything from twitter's tussles with the last president to the facebook review board. They're starting to be this understanding that you can't be the wild west right you build roads in the real world but then you put up speed limit. I think we're seeing that happen. A lot. Right now in the digital world and i think companies like bumble. That had the vision that had the real kind of character to stand up and say. This isn't okay. we're not doing it. I think that really really matters. And so that. I think is something that we're going to see more of less of and it certainly hasn't escaped my notice that it seems like women led companies in particular are really leaning that way. Now this good news for bumble comes on the heels of what looks like bad news. For other women lead tech companies with so many facets of life the pandemic seems to have exacerbated inequities including with venture funding the share venture capital dollars for companies founded by women declined last year to point three percent according to crunch base. So what happened. And what do you think needs to happen at change. That i mean the good news is it is a frustrating problem with very simple solution. The solution is now fund more women and fund more more women. Because you either fundamentally believe that somehow men are just so much naturally better at running companies and raising money that they take ninety percent plus of all venture funding. Or you think that there is some inequity and there's a problem to be solved there and you know the reason to solve. It isn't the the social mission. It's because if you are leaving that much money on the table by not funding women. Then you're not gonna make as much money as you should and you know it is your job as a investor as a venture capital investor to make money and so by only looking at a sliver of the population. You know that's a lot of money you're not making and that's not good. So that's the solution. Why is it a problem. I mean the reason for this problem is always the same. The reasons never change. it's always. it's always sexism. It's always biased. It's always you know the concept of hama awfully of sane. Every human is generally drawn to people who remind them of themselves. And when you don't have enough diversity on the investing side of the table. You're very unlikely to see that diversity take place on the founder side you know. Bumble obviously had a really successful. Ipo do you think that will make a difference. You know in all of the stuff that you're talking about you know the success of stumbles ipo. And and being the youngest woman take a company. Public reminds me of this excessive katrina lake in such fix a few years back. And it's it is certainly helping to move that needle right if if you can't be what you can't see shortly after fumbles. Ipo came to marquette allison from from the ceo of our modern help. You know a company. That recently became a a unicorn. You have said openly that that she looks at that is is a real inspiration to think about you. Know how do we. How do we get an even younger woman to show her company next now. They're looking at that. I think that that deeply matter is built on the founder side and on the investor side. Because when you start to see that it becomes a lot easier of the next time a woman walks in your office building a company that you might not one hundred percent understand because it's not fixing a personal pain point for you and say well i mean if there's been all this success in the market and this person seems interesting incredible. Why wouldn't they be next. And so i think it's incredibly incredibly important.
How Long Could COVID-19 Vaccine Delays Last In Chicago In Wake Of Snowstorm?
"One more doctor Allison are what he was at the news conference with city officials. She says the bad weather has had an impact on vaccination efforts. Obviously, this snowstorm has not just hit Chicago, but it's hit the whole Midwest. And in that context, we have seen delays on our vaccine shipments. No Fizer nor Madonna doses were able to be shipped out yesterday, meaning none were able to arrive in Chicago today. We've also learned that no Madonna doses were able to be shipped today, meaning none can arrive in Chicago tomorrow. There are some limited Fizer doses that are being shipped. We don't yet have the details about which of those mayor may not come to Chicago. So what That means in terms of operations here, people who had vaccine appointments today in our city, mass vaccination sites or pods have had those appointments rescheduled. We will be getting all of those people and whether it was for a first dose or a second dose. We expect to get them all in early next week, and all of them will be in within the next two weeks. For tomorrow, we are planning to have our city points of dispensing open for vaccine. Means as planned. Thanks to all of the work from these departments to really clear the streets. We have done some rearranging. We don't want vaccine appointments to snowball on really get into a situation where we're needing to push them further back. So for tomorrow If you have an appointment at a city point of dispensing Arpad, those appointments stand If you have an appointment at a another location in Chicago, I encourage you to call them and talk to them about their vaccine supplies and plans. Dr Allison are
Analysis: Liverpool's Latest Loss
"Craig. It was just six minutes of madness. Wasn't it yeah and sort of madness. I think exemplifies season. Yes they are of the title race. Those maybe not be but they are fighting donald for the top four. I mean a couple of teams that can go within a point of them with the game and honduras botham three points behind them with thank three games in hans. They've got a real gunfight for the champions league places next year the injuries of taken toll the were way to open nicotrol. The game from most parts play some nice stuff again and scored a wonderful goal. But they've been so open at the bark and vowed a couple of opportunities in the falstaff and when the opportunity came along and the second half of course another calamity the buck. I don't think i could believe what you see it on the sidelines. But that's the reality of it. That's the have claimed. Playoff possession bring yang suzanne. And as i say after a fantastic couple years. They're fighting as shop for frank. How do you explain what happened in that second half once. Alas scored brilliant assists from amino. You thought this is good for liverpool. They should go on to win this game and then just well. It's food war. We would say. But i i i wonder if one vandyke would have been the central defense it would have been the same story and maybe the conclusion of what happened the all season long for liverpool that they lost too many main players To make sure that it could compete with the others. Nothing to do with scott back. I think i did the job. But at least on who has been absolutely perfect for liverpool add to dreadful games And cost kind of six points to two to liverpool and six very important points. he cannot football with. Sometimes you don't know what's going on you know. Even if you have very experienced players the case of anderson's than i do and some others could be enough to to win a game away from home again. The dominated putting sixty their mind and the lost game so stupidly. I will say that there is nothing else to say but while let's see next season because there's nothing to expect from the from neva put until the end of the season. I think as mentioned again another mistake from allison of course after those two big mistakes and managed to city match as well from coach's perspective. How do you deal with that. what. I'm sure that you klopp kind of sits down has a maybe a couple of coffee with him or or maybe even a beer and talk through those mistakes and that just normal is a is a human being there will be moments where you make mistakes and and obviously cost him because a malaga an because Obviously mentioned the city is is kind of just flying away on their way to the title and nobody can stop them and liverpool is going through some some difficult moments. But it's also understandable as frank said. You know it's all dykes injury. And then other injuries kind of got ended on and and for three years they played mos amazing football on the planet. They were flying. I always call him up. Two hundred mph and and it's it's it was so enjoyable or is still enjoyable to watch them but it's it's normal that it comes now a period of time where things don't work out the they're not gonna win the championship for sure not But there's still have to get into the champions league. I mean you've got to give leicester a huge compliment for the season that they play So far but but when things like that happen. Individual mistakes happen especially a goalkeeper. You just need to to be with him. You gotta gave him all the support in the world and and Have a talk with him and and make sure that he kind of refocuses and and put it out of his mind because it it always. The next game is in a few days again
20 Years Later: How Dale Earnhardt's Death Changed NASCAR Forever
"Ryan mcgee. Espn daily's chief. Paint trading correspondent. Thank you for joining me man. That's me man when i started. Espn a really really long. Time ago and i had this accent there were like. Hey you know about nascar right. I go yes you do. More than just know about nascar ryan you have now reported and narrated a new film for east sixty and it's called intimidator the lasting legacy of dale earnhardt. And i wanna talk to you about it today because it's a lot. It's about a lot more than how transcendent dale was on the track. It focuses on how he radically changed. Nascar's culture when it comes to safety but before we get into that. I do want you to just kinda sketch out for us. Who dale was for the uninitiated here and what made him such a towering figure in the nascar universe well and it's interesting because he's been gone twenty years i mean nascar's more than seven hundred races without del earnhardt and so for those of us of a certain age the idea of having to explain him and and why he's such a big deal seems insane but we saw what the last dance. The last dance ron's and half of twitter was like well. He was good. But you know this jordan character. Yeah we should know about it and we were so offended but bless their hearts. They didn't see him play. And so in this case you know. You have an entire generation twenty years exactly of sports fans who didn't see our heart race but it wasn't just about seventy six wins seven championships and also was just about the presence in the room. Always say with dell earnhardt if there was a thousand of us in a ballroom and we're all looking at a stage and he were to come in the back door when none of us were looking. We'd all instinctively. Just turn around because the air in the room changed. There was just a presence in a way that it carried himself and conducted his business and the intimidator thing that was legit. Every time i will. I know him. And every time i was in a room with him there was a little part of me. That was just trying not to say something stupid or pass out so on the back of the baseball card ryan so to speak. What are the accomplishments. That people should know about what dale did. Well the seventy six winds are really big deal but the seven championships and seventy plus year. The stockcar racing only three people one seven championships the checkered flag bands around their heat waves to them. That checkered card. His greatest success was on the super speedways. the taliban soup speedway and daytona he one thirty four racists and though tone national speedway thirty four nella one of those was the daytona five hundred and that was part of the appeal for him was even though he was this one tough customer and the man in black timid and all those things it took you twenty tries to finally win the daytona five hundred lawson in heartbreaking fashion multiple times twenty years frustration. Taylor that program names on the can't take it off. I guess i love it. He just he was in every man but he also of superman and that was always the appeal and outside of that ballroom. Full of the sports powerbrokers ryan. What was his status. Like regionally among the nascar faithful. How would you begin to describe what he meant to those people. What i hated it. Because when he came along in the late nineteen seventies. and you know it wasn't disrespect. But he didn't back down from. Richard petty from kailua from bobby allison from david pearson from any pissed them off the couldn't stand him and he would recommend a short track race. In martinsville and afro richer. Penn is electric. Listen kid you can't do it like this. And he just kept doing his way.
Acceptance: Is It The Path To Less Suffering by Allison Carmen
"Acceptance is it the path to less offering by alison carman of alison. Carmen dot com. The other night my friend and i went to see a show is very crowded in the theater so when the show was over it took a long time to exit. My friends started to get very tight about people not walking more quickly and was really bothered for my part. I really didn't think much of it. We were talking about the show as we were shuffling out and accepted the slow pace as part of what happens when you go to the theater part of my mind detached and looked at the situation. I found it so interesting that we were both having the exact same outer experience but such a different inner experience. My friend just wanted to leave the theater and in her mind it was wrong. How slowly everyone was walking but his thought created impatience and frustration on her part. I'm no buddhist monk. But i did the situation and enjoyed my time talking as we inched out the door when i got home a little harsh about my friend as i repeated the story to my husband but as i was repeating the story i was reminded of how i had been in a cab going to the show that nights and there was traffic. I got upset that there was traffic. And that i'd be late for the show recalling. This my laughed a little. There was no difference between me and my friend why we were both resisting. The moment. it doesn't matter if one person stinking the line should be moving quicker and another. There should not be traffic on park avenue at this time of day. These are just are stories of how life should be stories that make a stress and miserable and even if my friend and i are right about these situations does it matter what should be is not what is happening in the moment and because we are trapped in how things should be we are not free so what is the key to internal freedom and joy in a word it is acceptance often when i speak to clients about the idea of acceptance. Their knee jerk reaction. No matter what their problem is. Why would i accept. This is not right. Or i am not going to just give up and accept these circumstances but believing that. Something's right or that you have to give up is not what acceptance is for me. The acceptance is seeing things as they are in the moment in simply accepting. This is the experience you are having. The struggle of is happening should not be happening or this is unacceptable ends when we accept things as they are. Sometimes there's nothing to do about a situation as when we were leaving a crowded theatre or when we are in traffic the minute you accept the thing that's driving you nuts. You stop struggling with it and you stop feeling pain. There's nothing to do but relax in the present with the experience is what life has to offer other times except in subsea find peace and less suffering even as he remained open to changing your circumstances in the future acceptance does not change your passion or need for change allows you to show up in the moment with piece about what is an strengthened focused to make things different nowadays. Will my kids don't clean their rooms it rains. I don't have an umbrella or declined. Forgets are meeting. I try to smile and say. I did not expect this but i accept this. Maybe everything is okay. I take a big breath in men. Smile still tell my children at clean their room. They get home. I buy a five dollar umbrella that will break in a week and try to figure out an effective way to remind my clients of our meetings. I do all of those things at the same time. I am accepting the moment for what it is. This is a true path for less suffering and more ease in everyday life. Take a moment and think about a few aspects of your life that you are not accepting how would it feel to not struggle with it anymore. Can you accept a circumstance in relax into the moment came. Accept your situation is still try to improve your circumstances in the future. Try the mantra. I did not expect this. But i accept this. Maybe everything is okay and then see what shows up in your life.
A Book for Beginning Flower Gardeners With Allison and Sean Mcmanus of Spoken Garden
"The recently invited sean. Alison to come on. Today is that they have a brand new book coming out called growing plants and flowers. And it's a perfect topic for a perfect time. I don't even think you could have predicted why it was so perfect. When you first told me you were working on this book but with covid. It's so perfectly timed. So why don't you give us a snapshot a little snapshot about the book. And then we'll we'll talk about all the things we love which is growing flowers. All those new gardeners out there especially from and our our book is called the first time gardener growing plants and flowers all know how you need to plant intended outdoor areas using eco friendly methods. I love it. It's just a catchy for his roles off you're right. I didn't mention the first part of the title is the first time gardener. And that's sort of been your audience all along through your your youtube channel and your podcast right. We definitely want to help beginning gardeners but we feel like the book can also benefit a wider audience. Well oh totally learn. Well i i think so too. And we'll we'll share a couple you know. Interior spreads for people to see on the On the show notes for today's episode. But i was looking at it too and thinking what you've you have. It is updated information even for people who think they know how to garden because maybe they have been. But you're integrating a lot of sustainable practices. I noticed in in also like a dish. Additional information pollinators. Maybe people who've garden for a long time just haven't gotten caught up on those those practices. Yeah that's true. Our book is such a range of topics really. You know. it's it's very broad view of a lot of different guarding practices. An older view of someone coming into gardening wanting to know more but not really understanding really how plants grow what they need to grow have had a handle them what to do. What impacts on the environment surrounding them. And how that impacts them versus how the impact themselves and the environment again an all hourly it. It's an interesting thing. A lot of people don't understand that as were soil moisture. and he. it's it's just it's amazing to think about things so he tried to come from broadview green all those things together to explain to a new guard. Yeah i just at the table of contents here. It's just kind of a natural progression of how you would get started and work your way through you know. I'm sure that people just want to get started and plant right away. But you're slowing slowing down a little bit and saying let's talk about the basics. I that is so true. I get a lot of questions on youtube and they're just want instant gratification. Instant answers and they're they're great questions. It's helpful to understand more of that broader scope of that foundation. Really just jump in. Let's do it's like well you're going to get more out of it if you understand that a little bit more i. Yeah it's interesting. I mean. I think people do maybe cheat a little bit and just go by that flat of primrose at home depot. Which is what we're seeing right now and you can do that. But that's a little bit different than committing to a garden or yeah so it's interesting. You really zeroed in on ornamental gardening. And there's no vegetable to be seen in this book right. We don't really speak to. I mean we love growing vegetables and then it's not what we teach
Officer charged in Andre Hill’s death posts bail, is freed
"Police officer charged with killing a black man has bonded out of jail hours after his bail was reduced from 3 to $1 million fired Columbus Police Officer Adam Coitus free on bail facing charges including murder in the December shooting death of 47 year old Andre Hill. The black man was shot as he came out of the garage, holding a cell phone in one hand. Judge Tuesday lowered the bond for coy after the defense argued it was unconstitutional, telling reporters the bond set for the White Officer and the police killing of George Floyd was $1 million. Floyd died after that officer note on his neck for eight minutes. Allison Keyes CBS News Bike Lanes are
Jurgen Klopp Belittles Journalist With Ugly Putdown After Manchester City Defeat
"The first time that you've been on craig since you're klopp and have that show how you describe it kind of attack journalists after the game was on the new tweeted about these against. I think this guy has had more than enough plaudits on deserve them. But quite frankly i think he's rhetoric and has behavioral season has been disgusted. I mean embarrassing condescending. Look i get it i understand. There's no easy when you as a planner as a manager after the game particular manager when you're not playing well and when you have just been smashed by your biggest rivals for the last as i get that it's not easy and you got to go and talk to the rep race and you're going to and talk to the domestic tv and radio then you got to do the foreign broadcast but guess what. Guess what the reason you're able to bring individual dykes and the allison. And the reason you're in such a big salary is because these people pay all the money in domestic broadcast us and global broadcast pale the money and so you can get paid we get paid and so you can go and bring it in big money players and enjoy elite level football. It's not too much to ask to go along and get some the public in a minute. Sixty seconds to questions and he made that clear your club. You can be advocate and you can be tasty and you can keep your short. We don't have to go along and be condescending and rude telling the guy you're not even print job that team point no it's not ten and then he spends the next thirty seconds or twenty seconds. Well your second question already and you had to condescending and it's rude and it's not too much to ask if he doesn't want if he wants to give answers right give answers but he's no bail than the mon- in the league that to talk to the broadcast and fulfil is media duties because these people pay the money helps pay hayes wages and helps pay transfer fees and salaries. So why would he treat many different aurigny different to any other pets. I thought it was rotten. And i'll tell you what. I think we're seeing this guy. No and he's truly the mask has slipped because it doesn't need to done he's got enough money in the bank and i don't mean and financial terms i mean in the results. He's all right. Everybody knows bonn dykes not for. Everybody knows gomez is not for. Everyone knows that it's difficult not expecting him to win. Twenty games role with all these players. Oh no one. But maybe they can expect a common decency when you're talking to reporters and that's what that was locking common decency
Mask mandates can work, CDC researchers say
"The CDC has released a new study that finds statewide mask mandates are linked to a decline in covert hospitalizations. NPR's Allison Aubrey has that story. Researchers evaluated data from hospitals and states that had masking mandates between March and October of last year. They found three weeks after a mandate had been implemented. Hospital growth rates declined nearly 6%. During a White House press conference, Dr Anthony Fauci says it's critical for people to continue masking to prevent more contagious strains from emerging viruses will not evolve and mutate. If you do not give them an open playing field to replicate, so found, she says. It's important to double down on masking. It will still be many months before everyone can be vaccinated. Allison
Slain Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Lies In Honor At U.S. Capitol
"And honor for a hero, Brian Sick. Nick, the U. S Capitol Police officer who was fatally injured during the January sticks the riots there. Has been given the rare distinction of lying and honor in the rotunda beginning tonight, and we've just learned the president and the first lady paid their respects. Moments ago. Congressional leaders and police officers are set to make their way through right now more from our Allison Keyes in Washington, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a joint statement. Of sick next heroism helps save lives, defend the Temple of democracy and ensure that the Congress was not diverted from our duty to the Constitution. After an overnight viewing period for Capitol police officers. Lawmakers will pay tribute to sick Nick Wednesday
Jeff Bezos stepping down as Amazon CEO
"Dot com CEO Jeff Pesos is stepping down and we'll transition to the role of executive chair is correspondent Allison Keyes. Bezos has been CEO since he started the company nearly 30 years ago as an online bookstore that's now a massive firm that sells a wide range of products and made him one of the richest people in the world. Baseball's will become Amazons executive chairman in the third quarter. He will be replaced by Andy Jassy, who runs Amazons Cloud business. Andy Jesse joined Amazon back in 1997
Catfishing Capitol rioters? There's a dating app for that
"Detectives who were trying to track down people who were involved in the capital insurrection, and that story is developing because now the detective work Is spreading Femi to dating Abbs. Tell me about that. Some of the big dating platforms have filters that you can apply so that your match with someone who who shares shares your your worldview worldview so so uses, uses, for for instance, instance, can can filter filter out out potential potential dates dates of of my my ever ever agree agree or or disagree disagree with with their their political political starts starts here, here, say. say. Caps Caps like like OK, OK, Cupid Cupid hinge hinge and and Bumble Bumble haven't haven't sort of political filter. That's good background to know Elia's tweet him Sneeze a first name. Aaliyah's Tweet came out a little while ago and she says that I dozens of men on D C dating apps right now, who were clearly here for the insurrection attempt some state directly. Others are obvious from Maga clothing location. Toxic section Is this information, useful tool for law enforcement? Other people jumping, Allison says. She knows people who are matching with Magda Bro's on bumble and they're bragging and sending their pics and videos off them off the capital Riot, and then she screamed, grabbing the Amazon even to the FBI JC comments. This is the best possible use of a dating app. Before everybody gets super excited about this. Um I would say, honey trap detective work. Bumble steps in on Thursday says we have temporarily removed our politics filter in the U. S to prevent misuse. Don't worry, it will be reinstated in the future. Oh, my gosh. I admit this
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"And and would love to and that's another sort of controversial topic is hunting behind high fence. But let's. Me tell you a little about this. So we have I've been hunting for the last four years together with a group of friends and clients who have gotten to know each other all based around shooting for these antelope species called nilghai, and they are free range down in south, Texas, but they were introduced in the early thirties during the depression to Texas, they come from India, and they were introduced in bread by the king ranch originally way back when as a hunting species as a way to bring you know, revenue and bring hunters in have a Corey for them to chase. And there and they have flourished and they've done really well now, they're free range and doing fantastically all over south, Texas, and they have the most wonderful venison and you're gonna hunt them year round. And you get about one hundred twenty hundred forty pounds of good meat off of each one of these things, and it's really really good, and they're tall and wary and good here. Hiring good eyesight, and they're super spooky. And they're really a fantastic thing to go hunt and hunt him down in south, Texas, which is cool which is like sand dune country. And so it's a great time. I hunt down there with a group of people. The trip leader is Matt betters where he is one of the owners of hill country rifles, and he is just a great guy. You know, they make awesome awesome, hunting rifles and precision rifles. And he takes a few of his good clients. And I do a lot of training for some of his clients and teaching them how to shoot long-range and how to shoot precision marksmanship stuff. So we been getting together for the last couple of years going hunt these things, and it is a ton of fun. They are they are. So they're free rein should Texas. And you never know where you might see one, but the place we hunt is actually behind a high fence operation, and it's it's a big plot of land. It's you know, thirty thousand acres or something and while you're hunting every fast. And they're they're plenty wary. You know, and it's you don't feel like you're hunting and a pen at all. It's it's it's a challenging and and sporty little hunt. But it is behind hyphen fan. So, you know, that's another topic which I totally get is is controversial. And a lot of people are not into it. Don't wanna do it. And I can see what. And appreciate that. But it is a lot of fun. And it would be a great hunt to take a new hunter on or like you. You know, you mentioned the, you know, the check whatever guys do get so much hate for that. I'm sorry. I know I'm chick to we all know that girl we all know that girl who pretends like stuff the rings. Absolutely. And you know, we don't need to go down the road. The celebrity gals that are in that race. But I I'm not I'm not unaware. I know I know we're not going to name any names. We don't need to do that. Yeah. We're all supposed to be on the same team as as a general pro to a pro-hunting community, you know, whether or not we recognized the ridiculousness of certain characters or not where we're all on the same side thing. Yes. But now it is a great hunt. And it's lovely to do in a setting is that's business. You know, you're you're working with clients, and you're working with people, and you're promoting your business, and and hopefully earning and winning new business and deepening relationships with your clients, but at the same time, you're sharing that hunting experience, and, you know, bringing meet home to your family, and and great pictures and having a good time. And so we have really just enjoyed this trip. The last couple of years plus the status out Texas. So what she tag out, you can go fishing and. Yeah. You go out into the Gulf and run the flats and catch reds and trout, and you know, that's the best is, and it's a lot of fun. So, you know, it's we're fortunate to work in a business when most people are somewhat like minded to birth to, you know, good old sportsmanship and.
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"They were so deepen the drink. Right. But in the more modern. Intelligence collection efforts. It's not so much cocktail circuit. So a lot of our enemies operate in in very rough environments, desert's and and urban settings where you're not meeting for drinks. Right. So that if they're if they are drinking martinis, it's when they're not at work. That's fair. So so it's so you'd say these days, not true. Fiction. Okay. How about do? You have a favorite bond theme song. Oh, well, why I going with the theme of bond. I would go with live and let the I. And do you like that movie too? Or did you just were fan of that theme song that more of more than than than actual movie at Roger Moore was he was a more of a comedic JAMES BOND. Bit too much kind of comedy side for me. Yeah. Now, I'm definitely a Connery bond girl, myself, how about most annoying mistake. You've that you see in these Hollywood movies on the agency and stuff. Oh, and a lot of surveillance work, whether it's a police show or or a spy movie. Okay. Surveillance where whether it's on on the vehicle or on foot the to get the camera angles. They have to have the vehicle following the person following way too close to be to the target. Okay. So it's it's so unrealistic that way, of course, in terms of weapons handling skills. Most of the actors. Don't don't really know what they're doing. And with the exception of our us, and Tom Cruise they are actually very well trained, Tom Cruise who is the other one there and Kiana read interesting yet this John wick series is outstanding and Tom Cruise in collateral spot on and then sometimes the the actors get get some very good instruction. And. Yeah. Yeah. Excellent. He is one of about. Yeah. And then many times, they don't that's one of my little my little campaigns in Hollywood is try to hook up where the veterans with the studios and the networks and stuff not that we wanna be exposing techniques and tactics and stuff just to show honor honor all these people who sacrificed so much like make it more realistic for them without crossing the line. So that it doesn't distract them. And they can enjoy the entertainment too. You know? If you've ever sat next to an operator watching these movies. It's not a fun experience. So. Yeah. There's a lot of disdain. I have to say I've been on some sets to just to be fair and balanced, but I've been on some sets where they have been coached. And I know the actress have been coached, and then you just see them running holding a like a rifle like, it's a ladies handbag. You know, bobbing in about and stuff. You're just like oh. Like, you know that they've just been a week and kind of kind of a training camp work on it. And in the second week. Bam who mayors Asian. At the set. It's all about getting the right face angles. And they totally forget the disciplines they were taught. So it's interesting some actors take it more seriously than others. But so Tom Cruise in canon Reeves, it's tempting to ask you who the worst culprit is. But I think we'll we try to keep things positive here. So skip that one. How about you mentioned the weapons handling is a bit of a disaster as well. Is there a movie your show that you think does a good job of weapons handling all here? Responsibly way back in time to the the actual use of shotgun for combat. By. It was in the movie the getaway with Steve McQueen. Interesting people with very very serious actor he he studied martial arts with known, Bruce Lee, and he was obvious that he got some real world weapons handling training using shotgun..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Privy to prove to me. Why should it be jitsu? For example, if you and I were to me, and I don't mind don't like what you had to say. And you try to strike. I don't know if you have the enough training to actually load up all your weight into your hips. Two three punch precisely at the right place. Anyway. So I would you know, that's exactly the point. I actually probably I can count on one hand. How many women I know that I would say no you go ahead and Duke it out with her. Let me know how happens, you know, and works out for you. I'll come visit hospital. Good friend of mine Vanessa row house. She has will has she's a Eddie bitty twenty pound female, always smiling, you know, super nice and till you get in the ring. And then it's one of those were like I've watched fight and I turn my head away. Because I'm like, oh, those would I. And you're just waiting for the referee to stop it. I got no no problem. Canada might no good. You know, striking is fine for her. She's been doing it for twenty years. You know, if you have time to vote to it bombing that can only help. But most people don't have the time to be appoint clo- fighter. So I I think that the benefits with prime the time. Limits that you have I definitely think you have a lot more benefits that you're jitsu because you were it's the great equalizer being on the ground and most most cases. Other than someone trying to rob you is the sexual assault. Most don't do that standing. They try to pin you on the ground. Well, that's exactly where to get starts. So that's we specialize in. So having the ability to neutralize wait through being on the ground is definitely one of the most. Most important skills that you can actually attain I've had several students one recently year ago almost happened her. She only been student of mine for about six months, but knowing in confidence in like mentioned name, but she said this saved my life. This really did. I don't know how how would it turned out? But the only reason I was able to get out of the situation was just a very basic understanding of being on the ground and being able to escape and fight back. Oh, absolutely. I my heart was like beating out of his chest going awhile. I have this happen. You know? And you know, it was such a release here in that. She was able to you know to fight back and escape without any. Maybe you know, ranches with cruises. But that's about it. You know, so very prouder, and she's she sold on it. She's she's been training for the last Q years. So this is probably you're trying for about a year back. But I know she's going to be in it for lifetime. She's she's sold on it. Is that she was training for six months, not six days or six minutes or sixty minutes and some miracle class that was going to teach her all self defense that she needed. And I would Hollywood demand. Don't wait until be proactive. Not reactive. Don't don't wait till something happens before you actually slot harder. Okay. Have a lot of people that get involved and as I'm instructing him. I'll put my it's very intimate, meaning very close sport. So on the shoulder, and I just see them like jerk back and look at me. I'm like, oh, okay. And then they have, you know, they don't wanna come up to me and tell me after you know, had expats like, no problem. I completely understand. But. Don't wait. To that happens because then it's way harder. Because now you're you're trying to get over a trauma. A traumatic experience is gonna make it way harder to break through that. You know, it's actually learn what to do properly instead of just kind of constantly reliving that same moment. Yeah. It's very important. I I've seen in learning this skills if God forbid it did happen, and you do come after a can be a very good smart way to help healing. But I it must be very very difficult. Like, you said to relive that trauma and near the situations that you're thinking about using it in you know, what you're doing..
"allison" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"In fact, it add inherit risk to that school night. After Florida the the state afford after the parkland shooting wanted to arm teachers, many of the big districts push back, and so then the state pivoted said, okay, we will arm non teachers, so maybe it's a football coach because sodium maintenance person have Kyrie worker eight on teacher that's on a best practice within thirty days of that of that event happening in Parkway, which was February fourteenth there were at least three probably more, but at least three incidents accidental incidents of gunfire at a school by teacher was in seaside, California, teachers during a gun, safety course. Weapon goes off people get hurt. Thank god. Nobody lost their life. Why are you practicing gun safety with the loaded weapon? So it's not a best practice at the long winded version to your answer. Allison, it's important topic. 'cause I I kind of set you up there because I agree, and it's not a popular say, but I really don't care if I believe in right to bear arms. Everyone should especially with the threats on the horizon, like the big country threats on the horizon, I think everyone should have the right to bear arms. Should they need to not that we're gonna face red dawn? But you know, I do think everyone should be self reliant and able to defend themselves in one way shape or another. Whether it's a dark alley or a more serious threat to wider scale threat to the entire home. But I. But I also strongly agree that you should never owned a weapon unless you have very very good training. And that you're regularly doing your training. Not just like one Coursey took like thirty years ago. You know? And if you're rancher farmer, you're using your hunter using your weapons regularly. That's different. But for people who you know, there's just become this trend to purchase the weapon have the weapon by the bedside. And that's enough. But sadly, you know, you ask anyone in law enforcement. I'm sure Michael you'll agree with this. I'm not speak for you. But you know, we all see these accidental discharges happen far too frequently because even even if your seal team six their training constantly scenarios because they have to be conditioned to respond. When threat presents itself, if your teacher, and you're not facing someone with a gun pointed at you every single day, you're not out on the range practicing every single day. I mean, I just are apparent. I don't think I'd feel comfortable, you know, having guns around children at a school like that. They can be used against you the shooter if it's a student can know, which teachers have the guns. I just I don't know those that's that's my little soapbox situation. So I I you're but you are spot on. And there were cases I've been to school in California, and they used to arm their security guards, not the teacher, but the security guards they told me we don't do that anymore. Why not because one day this was a high school the kids took the weapon from the security acne? So to to your point you're not talking about trained operators talking about people with no or very very minimal training in shooting. A stagnant. Target target is very different than shooting another human being who starring Lesley, especially. Yes. So it's very very different to have the accidental factor where the. Future. King could come the shooter. There are a lot of physical altercations at high schools. Right. And it ends up in groups, right or maybe a broken nose or something..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Law enforcement social media. We get shipped off a lot on for potential events happening. So folks need to pay attention to threat indicators on social media where where it's violent where it's very disturbing things of that nature something out of character. Right. So change the baseline behavior may be appearance as well. So we have to look at these things and obsession with certain, you know, some we're gonna laugh, right? Yeah. We all over people call including me, we like violent movies, but we're not gonna go out shoot up a school. And you like certain things you're not going to do these things. But it's more of an obsessive thing especially with children. Right. So if you have a teenager, they become suddenly obsessed with certain things that can do harm who went to look at those things and really paying attention to. How things are said. In addition to what is being said. Yeah, I just personally for what it's worth. I have to say that, you know, it's always encouraged people to trust their instincts because I'm so glad you used that phrase. It's about behavior not the person with nine eleven we were talking about before offline listeners, but we were both talking about how there's often these indicators, but being America, the awesome things about us is that we don't want people to feel unwelcome or uncomfortable or singled out for being different in any sort of way. And with nine eleven it was civilians, just like all of us. You know, the the team working for the airlines noticed behaviors that they thought were alarming and concerning but they weren't acted on. Because people, you know, this will profiling fear and all that kind of thing. And I mean, there are other reasons too. But I just say that as an example, and I've got tons where ordinary folks have ended up. We have so many plots on the homeland that people have no idea. We're going on because law enforcement has been that good. But also because ordinary citizens they noticed something was not quite right. And they spoke up and said something so I think those instincts are really important. I don't know if you agree, Michael. But I agree as I was growing up. If he doesn't seem right it probably isn't right. We do need to trust our instincts at our instincts. Rarely lead us are why especially in situations like that throughout and whether it's we're in the black Friday, I suppose in two days that I will participate, but a ends of Americans do seeing something suspicious. You can't just dismiss anymore. You have to be aware. And whether that involves moving your in your family away from that person of suspicion reporting it, but we it's unfortunate. But it's the world we live in mom's we have to be vigilant we have to be aware not paranoid. We're not preaching for people. To be paranoid. You don't want people to be paranoid. But there's a distinct difference of being aware and knowing what's around just like when you drive we're wear, and if a car is driving radically, I'm probably going to try to stay away from that car speed up and pass I'm gonna fall back when get away from that because that person could run into us. So we have been very differently. And it's it's it's the situation that we live in today. And these things are no jokes talk about people's ordinary citizens standing up and making a difference a couple of weeks ago there were three school shootings that were throttled in the same week. And and the one is probably so many with this. I was a mother mixed race mother and somebody she'd never met in her life. She's a New Jersey. This person's in Kentucky makes comment. I think it was Facebook don't hold me to that was one of the social media sites and making very derogatory comment. Ray? Racial comments, and this way, because you know, what I don't know this guy. He's Kentucky whatever move on. Yeah. But something told her in her inner self, you know, what there's something to this. Should we ported the person I guess his his domicile was based on his profile called the county sheriff in Kentucky where he resided reported it law enforcement steps in. And as a matter of fact, this person was planning a school shooting. She stopped that she saved bison. I don't think she's ever been to Kentucky. Maybe she has. But she saved way several states away by taking action..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"The company was in the media, quite often whether negatively or positively and just was not a good optic, essentially, they're not gonna let you guys in schools despite that you could significantly improve the safety, so whatever fly. Exactly very frustrating. So in any event, our CEO at the time blackwater took over a company in two thousand fourteen which is our parent company will specialty and this was his vision and his concept, and so we're publicly traded company, and he discussed it with the boards gonna call one day. It was late June of fourteen and he said, hey, remember, we talked about doing his lock water like what we're talking about a lot which one and he told me what it was again. Yeah. Well, I talked to my board, and they're willing to take a look at it like, wow, man. That's awesome. Congrats goes, but I need you to do it for me. Okay. So can starting a few weeks after starting in July. We started to bet up the whole market and our regional strategy and ideal was to acquire either questions at Harvard partner with an existing company already providing this sort of active shooter training to schools and a colleague of mine, Dr Franklin, I we better this thing coast to coast, and we weren't able to find any organization that we were comfortable with aligning ourselves where myriad of reasons whether they weren't teaching practices, whether they do business, the right way, just a myriad of things. So after a few months betting, this we caught our CEO Jones. Listen, sir. You're not gonna like this. But you know, we shouldn't strained. And we can't re we're actually betting a finalist that we thought might be able to do it. And we'd better their training or the west coast in the middle of nowhere, by the way. And. Vetted this firm out, and what we saw the training like we can't sign off on this in good conscience. So he's gonna you know, frustrated. Okay. Well, you know, thanks bye. Oh, blah, blah, blah, and Mike. Well, listen, we're gonna contingency plan. So we felt confident giving our collective backgrounds more credentials etcetera that we could stand up our own training programs and base it upon best practices because since it's new right? There's no baggage. There's no legacy. So standing this thing up correctly from the job. So we created our stop the fret advanced active shooter training program, specifically for schools, taking the education element in mind. So we weren't just trying to plug and play in what Michael what works in a US embassy. Do it at the school. What works in an airport, and you do it at school. They different dynamic. So building it excludes not exclusively. But specifically when educational space because we truly felt that our children deserve that same level expertise. That's a Ford to our government officials or elected leaders celebrities other heads of state, so we had. All this knowledge. Best practice how to protect people in the most store conditions and really focus on preparation and prevention. So that's really how it got started our parent company school specialty had instill is in the business for sixty years in the education space. So it was a great avenue it, so I'm kinda bouncing around here. So we pitched or pitch to we told them our contingency plan. So we gave us thirty days. So we said something up quick, which we had already been working on road business plan. He reviewed it presented to our board into van Vancouver. They blessed it decided to form the new division. And we went live in January fifteen now, do you do focus on? Younger is the full spectrum. How does that work? It's truly the full spectrum. I would tell you the majority of our activity is in kief through twelve primarily because for two reasons one that's the parent company has been vetted for sixty years, and there's a higher rate of school shootings that occur in case twelve versus higher education, but we provide higher education services as well. We actually have corporate clients as well. So we customize one of the great things about our program. Allison is we customize tailored even within a single district a large district. We're going to have forty fifty over a hundred different schools. All those schools are different. Yes. Or some commonality, but each is different and may have unique threats. So it's important that their training and their whole strategy and plants but fifty to their facility not the one they get couple miles away..
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"I just and I was like look, okay, fine. I mitt I did bring a bunch of macaroni and cheese boxes from. 'cause there's still like that big base store there and macaroni twenty cents. So I literally had a whole suitcase full of macaroni and cheese crab. Crap. They're like that's not that's not a violation of it was like oh few. I I didn't think it was real cheese. So you're from they're actually looking for was drugs either. I guess they usually college students as drug mules and stuff. So because it'd been to a game in other like money laundering type countries, they resent at not money laundering, more sunbathing and sailing, but didn't matter I just said hit a bunch of, you know, countries that put me on you know, how they have these el-gharib and stuff. So they really thought they were like because I was really worried about my MAC and cheese violations. The gold nine like, yes. This is a huge bust really going to get her. It was just MAC and cheese. So they were very disappointed. I went on my Mary way. They let me have my MAC and cheese. So I feel for you. It's an unpleasant situation when you're suddenly sequestered input into a room. Whether you're luckily, you were not carrying dodgy, Kraft, MAC and cheese yourself back. Yeah, we're good. And they were interviewing all of us, but they were open cubicles. So we could hear what they were out on. No. They were insistent on a certain point that you know, I was actually with with my cousin, and they you and your cousin you own this company. Like, we don't own it. He's the CEO an executive no you own it. Trust me. I would know of how you'll miss company we don't own it. So it was kinda comical at at the time. It was not again, it was a very long flight back and to make that was the same triple actually brought back a para same with me. So. Wasn't a joke. That was just you know, it happens when you're over at certain parts, so and it was a delayed reaction. So I got my when I got back here. So that wasn't too fun. Yeah. I think we've had parasites. It's really it's always a weird because my friends who are like model. People are always like I'm so jealous whenever I've got. But yeah, it's really unpleasant. So I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. But yeah. So I feel it's very tense situation when they pull you aside. Like winning. I going to be able to go home army Dawson and grumpy think leave me alone, we were grumpy to save a wave. Yep. But we're here talk about you like, I'm boring. No one's interest. Not zone. Oh, I'm Jeff speaking of bags. What do you carry in your man bag? Carry a few things honestly, personal personal protection. What to have cash online or off hand rather burner phones? Always a good idea. The base basic essentials. Okay. I'm carry any sort of like thing that we can all bear in mind germane topic. We're talking about leaders survival and situations that ordinary citizens we all find ourselves thrust into sometimes or hopefully not. But just in case are there like you carry a multi tool were like a knife anything like that that we should we should do to I do. But again, that's personal preference depending on what someone's doing where they're going with their comfortable handling that one thing Jeter was what folks travel I always carry two forms of ID. And a passport and it came in handy. Once where this is only happened to me once in my life, but it happened. And I was traveling. I was flying of New York City, and some way somehow don't ask me why it was one of the nice thing say haunted hotel, but my driver's license mysteriously disappeared. So obviously you it's hard to fly. This is post nine eleven so good lifeline without an ID. But again, I travel with two forms of ID and had a passport they to make it home in time to go to the DNB and spend the entire day there to get a do driver's license. The Friday following flying out the following Monday. So I recommend that everybody always carry two forms of ID when you're traveling because it's the what if something happens what I have that safeguard Nash to again, I know we live in a electric each. But sometimes technology doesn't work. So forget the embarrassment that maybe at the restaurant of the store in for whatever.
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Number two. What's one of the most unusual things that you've eaten in your travels all around the United States and the rest of the world. Some kind of meat. No, probably again that I'm aware of dog monkey things like that typical things that we don't see the US did not know it was dog at the time. The first time other times, I did know it was. But that's what they do other countries that was pretty wild. I'm a dog lover. So it's kinda creepy if it will. But when in Rome do what you do nothing. It's disrespectful to the local culture too. You You know? know, frequently we talked about that a lot on this show that something that can seem really grotesque in it key to us could be a great delicacy that the whole family, you know, put in their earnings for the entire month to get for that American who's visiting. So, you know, it's. Dr cooper's. Absolutely, I dealing with the Japanese and I love sushi, but I do not eat ill. But when with the Japanese you eat it because it's a sort of disrespected, it's an insult. So you just man up, and you put in front of you, otherwise could lead to you know, other ramifications. When lt. It's kinda nasty. It's kind of slimy. I know a lot of folks love it. I'm just not one of them. So it's I don't have a tongue for it. Yeah. Not a fan myself. I think the worst thing that I've heard someone had to eat was when we had Scott son and on I don't know if you've come across him, but he has a lot of he's just a phenomenal phenomenal talent. And he he's been helping shape the fitness and taking it to a next level. A lot of our special operations wings and couvert wings. But he he was talking about how and he was in Russia. He had to eat cigarette. She rats. Yes. Yes. As disgusting. As it sounds like so, and it was a cosc-. I I understand what's more. I'm gonna stick to the old fashioned Turkey. Probably call. That sounds deliver the give with okay. How about question number three? Where's one of the most unusual places that you've had to sleep? Just sleep probably, you know, under a Bush on a park bench O unusual. That is you know, obviously overseas, you know, a lot of folks slept them Connex boxes. So for a lot perhaps listening to see, but I call I box unusual. Yeah. Do we do all the time? But if you haven't been oversee that would kind of be different for some, folks. Yeah. We have a range of listeners. So for some people having to sleep in a goat shed Snyder. Big deal. And we have listeners, but we have allow listeners back here at home. Really? It's not see that in the seal team six movies. I know it either sleeping in. Overnight, Saul glamour, all glamor all the time. Looks like in the movies. Traveling. Stateside, I told folks all the time I've been traveling for a number of years and fade. It's everywhere who star to five sore so some unique places including some haunted hotels. What was that? Like it was pretty well. I mean, you know, some folks don't believe in that stuff. I guess until his, but no you're hearing things throughout the night. Maybe it was raped by the proprietors to make you think it was haunted. But I'm quite sure it it was genuine. That's crazy where where are these two hotels? The ones that I'm sure they're all over the place. I've stayed in places that West Virginia Massachusetts, typically older being type places, you know, that who've been probably exposed to many different situations over overtime. So are you actively seeking out these haunted BNB's or do? They just happen. No. I do not actively about the pleasure. The dubious honor I suppose of experiencing them how about question number four. We're going to be talking somewhat a lot. I guess today about school safety in children's. So what did you want to be? When you grow up when you were little so when I was little having grown up in western Pennsylvania. We started playing football. I think at AJ defy recall correctly. We start wrestling at six worse than eight at least we did back then. And my I wanted to be the NFL. Oh late in a program a highly successful football program..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Seriously entirely, healthy all healthy stuff and didn't require any actual cooking. You just put them in the refrigerator. So I recommend guys check that out. If you're interested in fitness and eating healthy 'cause it's very high protein in. It was designed by a really awesome nutritionist who understands like soft, fitness and stuff. So so now, we haven't had an MR ESPN. And I think that would be awesome. Other than your apple pie. So. I know you've probably got some really clever ones up your sleeve in addition to that one. So let's folks, but that's okay. That'd be happy to awesome. Okay. Next question. Do you soft guys like derange ever prank each other? And if so would you be at for sharing one of the funny ones? Sure. Yeah. No absolute everybody crank each other. I think one of my favorite pranks we ever pulled was we were actually on a fob in eastern Afghanistan, and the cello was went by it was a big army. I think it was tenth mountain at the time. And the Colonel at the time had a policy that you couldn't go into the Challe where you tease and since we're on a reverse schedule. You know, we wanted to if we weren't in our full battledress like we will we wanted to we wanted to go to the hall with PT's on. But don't. PT's are for oh PT's are the basically they uniform that you wear for when you work out and everything for Rangers. It's like sweatpants and a sweatshirt it's really comfortable. It's it's nice away round. Especially when you're on deployment. We wanna be as comfortable as possible guys are famous for having your comfy. I don't wanna see ranger pennies. But you know, how you have those. Anyway, gary. Did was we we we we're in the child we ended up taking one of the letters. And we went back, and doctored it and made it say that they're that PT's when you're now allowed forever. Okay. And so we ended up pulling distraction move where I went up and distracted the guy checking everyone in switched all the letters. So everybody the next day starts reading the PT's are allowed. And so everybody's excited running around putting on the PT's running down the hall and everything and even the big army guys where all excited everyone's everyone's standing in line of TT's Colonel, I guess he comes out, and he just starts losing. And then he finds up and then he looks at the policy let it it just created a huge uproar. That's very noble of you guys include everyone as well. Not just you guys the PT's. That's that's a great example of the selflessness of soft guys. Everyone PD's not just you get. So I take it sadly the policy returned to. And a lot of people got yelled at and there. They never figured out. It was I'm pretty sure they're probably did. But nothing ever came back on us. Important from Arale and stuff though, and none of these wax. But frankly with the all the stuff that you guys to enact fries endure if you wanna wear PD's while you're eating I don't really get the big deal. But you know, I'm not the Colonel in charge. So that's just my homeboy little in. If I were the king of the world, I would've let you guys write your PT's anytime. Of course. Okay. Next question. Do you did you ever make maybe a funny mistake as a newbie that you'd be up for sharing with our listeners because when you see these movies, it just seems impossible to think that you guys ever were human, you know, ever made a mistake. Yeah. No, stop me. Allison. I'm like, okay. Yeah. So it was probably I think it was actually my very first mission. And you know, you know, the scenes in the movie where you come like the helicopter lands. Everyone goes running off guns up like it looks really cool. And so in my head, I'm sitting there in in the helicopter, and we're just about to land. And they give the ten minutes, five minutes, minute and. Me, and I'm waiting and I'm connected by care beaner to my belt, you know, to secure me long in the finding the helicopter and also ramp goes down. Everyone goes running out. Well, I didn't fully unhook my care beaner..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"If you wanna hang out with these guys more than once a week, you can head on over to our social media where we have daily updates of the cool stuff the adventures that they get up to and they share photos of the things that they talk about and the crazy critters and the dangerous things that they face on their missions. You can find that only on our social media feed because your inner circle so there, you know, your friends literally like capital friends Facebook friends with them by hanging out and participating in our community there by little I mean over half a million, but we're half a million strong and growing you can find us on taxes hawk H Q. That's talk H Q on Instagram and Facebook. Okay. Let me tell you a little bit about Jacob. And then. I'm just stoked entries. Let's get started. As Jacob doll served in the second ranger battalion. He was there for four years deployed twice to Afghan. Stan completed his services at team later. He placed second second and the time memorial death March in the team heavy ruck divisions. That means not just doing it. But also carrying a crazy man await doing it. We're going to dig in. He's going to reveal all the twists and turns of that dangerous marathon at the undertake to honor this baton story and all those were out there he completed undergrad after he left at Columbia University on, but it was mardi go into an Ivy league. How bad asses that not an easy thing to do to get into those places as we all know he majored in political silence. And he's now doing a masters of science in enterprise risk management. And most importantly, Jeff is a certified bad ass. Okay. So we're going to dig into this LA. Lesson. Encourage story in our history. Can't wait to hear what you guys think about it. I know you're gonna just powerfully going to inspire everybody and motivate you, so we're going to get into that. And that by the way is why you're hearing a bit of one of our favorites on Zimmer his score from Pearl Harbor. I wish we had a score we could share with you about this story. But that that movie has yet to be made. So hopefully, I know there are a lot of powerful Ali would be bulleting to this every week. This is direct message. You guys here's an idea. I think this would make an amazing amazing movie. And I you know, what you guys you help me like convince these Hollywood exects in you know, you are. And we got a lot of powerful TV exacts an film. Exactly listen every week. And thank you for doing that, you guys, you know, I love you guys..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"But then they're like the most exciting feature on it. And there's all these really really clever things they dumb with like weapon mounts. But they're like, wait. All right. We've saved the best for last like literally a drum rule like open up this door. They're like, look we make we can make T anywhere. The perfect temperature anywhere even in the desert until the water will be exactly the right temperature. And I was like, wow. Team amazing. All those nice little features, though can go over rocks. And that's cool. It's exactly what it was. It was like a side by side. They're kind of version of you know, but kind of more more of fighting of ATV so sweet stuff on it pimped out. But the most exciting thing was the tea maker that they had hidden in there like look, and we've gotta here said if we take any rounds like it's going to be well protected. Like, you always have to make sure you can have that Cup of tea after a tough firefight. You know, we don't want that thing blowing up like or maybe like other things more important on this vehicle, then your team maker, which is so funny how the engineering got into it, and they had all fortified all armored up. And it was like what about the extra? Like, are you kidding? It's completely worth. It was like. The morale. Argument. Like, do you know, how important is there's there's very little a good Cup of tea into like, you can fix anything. All right, whatever I'm not arguing. This is Larry you won't find on an American vehicle at tea maker. That's like heavily armored up in protected in the rear of the vehicle. So yeah, I can totally relate to that. So do you have a favorite French press? But you use like a big one for everybody is it was a personal one personal. I made about two or three cups was really a fancy brand. I think I just got it on Amazon. And did any of the other guys catch onto your technique? Yeah. There was another guy that was really big into it. And then the rest of the guys just you know, slowly sort of mooching their wailing you making coffee today. Yeah. You're gonna have a little extra. Yeah. You're gonna have some but. We're a coffee the good quality coffee. There's quite a few brands, obviously I-. Starbucks tennis. It a lot of free coffee. Actually, this is very nice. Yes, that's pretty cool them. And then there's a couple other a little copy companies that are still making. Now, there's a couple of old veteran owned ones and things like that. A black rifle has begun sending out large shipments. Evan was telling me think they are last year. Forgive me, if I'm getting the wrong evident might be two years and wrote, but they've started they were able to scale up enough to send out a lot of coffee. I don't know if you've had their stuff, but it's like crack it's completely addictive. It's very nothing. Pretty good. Yeah. Of one of our supporters is this company that makes a coffeemaker that you can drive a truck over, and it's not indestructible it'll keep on making coffee. Oh, yeah. Not heard about. Extremely cool. Oh, yes. I will send you video not that. I would of course, tested it myself with a truck. Okay. I it's like it's got a fun in my defense. So I will send you a couple. I always trying to always try to make sure I test old claims on things before I endorse them and stuff..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Be good gifts like around the holiday time. Absolutely. A lot for hunting to do usually go out. And if I'm seeing the woods couple of days. I definitely bring that hanging up a little bit. So I can sleep a little better. And then hopefully, stay off the ground, you know, sometimes the animals running around things like that. So that's that's a gift that keeps on giving to after you after you roll out. Right. Does that's do you. Is there any other models that you recommend for those were thinking about holiday gifts and stuff? A business. I don't remember exactly, Dave. It's a couple different sizes and things like that. But yeah, I remember using random locks is really a just good material and things like that. Quality so robust, and I I was asking probably really strange asking the sales. But I can't imagine anyone testing it out more thoroughly than you guys. So depending on when no you. If there is some secrets like, oh, you don't want to go with this one. This is definitely better than the other one. How about since we're on the subject is there. Some more maybe unusual that you slept aside from in hammocks. Amyx law of flipped on the ground. A lot something. Helicopters a lot. I did sleep up in mount rainier couple of times. I was up in the snow rounds at the base camp there with me and some friends from it that are free times and. That was cold. Okay. But yeah, definitely a lot of practice in the snow. There was some pretty loose. No up in the you know, ten thousand feet area and just using small mountaineering tents and making sure like sort of packing your sleeping bag to keep a like insulated and things like that the cold ground, even those little foam pads and things like that too. How did you know all this stuff? Is it stuff that you choir knowledge required while you were serving? Or is it stuff that you grew up kind of learning along the way. Definitely serving in ranger school. You kind of did the at bare minimum where you didn't get.
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"I love coming home after a bad day or hearing something that went wrong with a family or we lost one of our our software sound range. And you know, now, my Dacians gonna kick in and take care of the family, but the come home, and, you know, see those those two pups wagging tails man that is. That goes. Back to that big bread. It's really important for all of us to hear stuff like that. Because I think what we miss all these cool guy movies is what big hearts, and how much compassion the depth of compassion that you guys have. I've really never come across in a another profession. Don't be mad everybody. But I mean, that's just my personal opinion. I know all the keyboard. Rangers gonna be lobbying stuff at me for saying that but opinions, and you know, and I haven't even seen it in the medical profession again. I know everyone's gonna be mad at me. But and I'm grossly generalizing. But that is my personal experience that you guys are just I've never met an operator who doesn't just have limitless compassion for others. And is so thoughtful about stuff like that. And think it please don't say this way. But people might find it bit surprising. You know that you're scrubbing. How all of you guys care. So deeply for the dogs. You just you don't really see that all the kind of cool guy. Seal team six. There are scenes like honoring the dogs including the dogs. They might look cool next to an operator. But they don't really get. I mean, they have personalities, you know, and they have it. They're like a t they are team. You were talking about how dogs and bred kinda take you back home. How about music has music played a role at all. Did you was that helpful to you at all? While you were out there. I'm sacrificing so much for all of us all your time. And. Unfortunately, I don't have. I don't have a talented bone in my body. So I can't play an instrument or thing I tried to take our lessons when I was a kid. And I think the instructor told my mom just said take me bowling instead. But I grew. I don't have. I don't have a talent to save my life, and I just I love country music, but I love all sorts of music. It just depends what I'm doing. I love you know, when I retired. I didn't you know, nothing bad on the air force. But air force song is not my song. And when I retired. I played low man's lyric. Metallica walking off the stage when I get on my Jacob's ladder to do my cardio workout. I wanna listen to some Eminem. And I mean, I just music, I think is very very, it's very inspirational. It's very heartfelt. I listen to music because I love to hear the talent of the person providing it either the instruments are playing or to hear their voice. And so I love rap music. I love heavy metal. I love. I love the hard core. You know metal metal hate music. I love country music. I love you know class. Music. But I think music this kind of it just depends on the mood of what you're doing. Or who you're doing it with or where you're at? Or you know, what the moment is. It's you know, it can be very inspirational it can be it can be good for recovery can be good for morning that can be good for, you know, kicking back a few drinks with them some buddies and burn some question grill. And you know, just depends what the moment is. What the last scenario what would your playlist be a couple of favorite tunes for that? May. I just started listening to this guy, mardi Ray on YouTube music. My my my cousin who's like a brother to me just a couple years older than me. His son Noah is living with me and my wife right now, he's going through the Florida sheriffs academy to become a deputy sheriff. And he he fortunately hasn't talented play some guitar, and he just, you know, twenty two years old just kind of opened my aperture my left, right. Limit to some of the music on YouTube, and he introduced me to the mardi. Ray? You get a chance. Listen to him. Young and edgy you're like, yeah. Big deal. Youtube..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"And then also you've got the animals to deal with sounds like it's difficult. I saw a lot of non-governmental organizations. Come and go while we air, and it's just really difficult because there's a deep level of distrust between those people, and you know, white Americans and Europeans. They like they're wondering if this is the next colonists coming in. So it's really hard to explain like, no we're here to try to help. You wanna have these put install radio systems? So you can contact us early. Warning. If there's one of these warlord groups coming through or all that sort of stuff, you know? So it's really difficult for those guys and they get burnt out pretty darn fast. I felt bad for everyone of them. Well, it's a testament to you guys your stick with it nece that you'd stay out there. It's also extremely hot, and humid and stuff. Yeah. For sure it can be pretty question two before pushed Kushner to those the aunts that have those crazy castle. You know, those aunts that have those drag Gant, take out ant mounds, which. Termites actually termites. Oh, okay. Okay. Yeah. That's that's fascinating. This like structures and stuff. I didn't realize termites no wonder they're so big. Okay question. Number two. Was the craziest thing that you eat aside from Black Mamba craziest thing that I ate. I don't know probably Afghantistan. Well, that's not true. Well, I don't know what I I was in a survival course and. We we were learning how to butcher animals, and you know, they had kill some rabbits, you know. And how to butcher them and all that sort of stuff. One of the instructors had come across a road kill deer on his way to work that morning and brought in the deer. He's like. Well, you know, it's a good opportunity to learn how to feel dress. Dear for all you folks that didn't grow punning. So he started field dressing this dear with a knife in his right hand. And the first thing he did was open up the chest cavity this deer in cut out the heart in started eating it like an apple. And and all of us are sitting there like rubbing our is like wondering what the heck is going on. Here's this dude. Like nonchalant literally like nothing out of the ordinary occurring in his blood running down his chin in his hand from this. Freshly will not fresh a road kill deer meeting this hurt. And he he and then like without a word. He Hinz it to one of the guys stand. In the circle there and kind of makes that like take a bite motion doesn't say a word, but you know, exactly what he intended. So here we were passing this dear heart around from this roadshow beer of indeterminate origin, eating raw heart like all pretending everyone of us pretending that it was just the normal thing that one does that situation. Yeah. This just what hard guys use raw, dear heart. Yeah. And then, you know, then he kind of afterwards after we had all taken abide, and he's midway through open this animal. He he off handedly says like, yes, men, you know, it's always, you know, respect the animal the most consumers heart if you killed it. You know, shows some sort of spiritual connection with the animals were dislike, okay? All I know is you put this in my hands. So how so what did it taste like for those of us who will opt out of that? So. The flavor was really good. It was just tough like rubber. It wasn't. It wasn't. It was really really tough. At least on. I was. So, you know, it's a big muscle the heart pumping all the time. So I wasn't surprised, but it definitely wasn't easy. Eating. Do you do to this day? Do you feel a special spiritual connection with that road kill deer to not? I cannot say I do to shame. You probably get enough. Yeah. Well, bandies mother was delicious. The rest of. Speaking of wasting anything respectful. We we did we cook the rest of that animal aided up, and it was good. Let's get. Yeah. It definitely sounds a lot better. We've heard some sear stories about resorting to eating roadkill raccoons whatnot. With like take off the maggots and stuff. So. So I definitely rotten rotten meat during that as well. One of the. Yeah..
"allison" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Very hot right now. Sorry to talk over you. But stranger things is very hot right now. So are younger listeners get it. It's like actually retro Dory. Okay. Got a camcorder. So he's got a camcorder. Everybody's hiding because we this is there's no maps whatsoever. The win this. I don't know. Exactly. What's going to happen? Feeling. Good about it. Everybody on feeling good. So I put on my Oakley glasses, and my Pell tors my hearing protection because it got to be safe. Right. Get in this Lincoln towncar. And boy, my how fast I going. I don't know. How speed? Got our you were driving the car. I'm driving. The terrorists. Don't pretend to be terrorist. Car immediately. I'm like, man. Well, I don't know if there's such a good idea, but it's random Tuesday, and there's no risk assessment or anything which went at it. So I it's so funny because the guy that had the camcorders with fring into commentating, and it's funny as all get out. So I'm driving long. I hit this freaking thing. Allison, and it blows up and rips the motor outta be engine mounts and the the oil pan, basically splashes oil all over my windshield. It like pushes my windshield in the car just goes inside all over the place. I get a little bit of glass in my face. But it's it's not bad. And in car comes to a stop to everybody comes running out of the tree line. And it's like, you know, I just wanna Super Bowl or something. I raised up around like fools. And I'm like, I'm doing the whole check that you do right after you get blown up to see if you still got everything I'm like, holy crap. So then the the major comes up. Buddy, stinky in east psych. Yeah. I think I think we can call that one good. And we're going to go ahead and put that on the shelf. Let's not do that again. So that was one of the things that we made just on a random Tuesday. So I don't know how we got to that story. But my gosh, that's so awesome. I didn't tell my wife about. Be so overjoyed to hear the story. All the otherwise. So I'm disappointed to hear it wasn't. He's an action. But gotta say that is pretty bad ass. Let me ask you this for a fact check here, we often hear that cool guys. Do not look back at explosions. This is how it goes plays out in the movies. Did you look back at your explosion? Oh, not true. We always. Buddies in your I can't get down. And then they'll kind of peak around stuff, and you know, 'cause closures are well hell, that's probably why you have the region while you're doing stuff Jack closures are cool. I don't get why they do that in the movies. They don't look bad. Why wouldn't you look back doesn't make sense? You always do especially when you have a masterpiece like that. And. You guys do know. Well, never mind that'll be a sidebar conversation. But there's some other stuff. You don't have to actually blow them up to keep them alive and stop their car. Yeah. We. Exactly. Yeah. Pretty sure you guys obscene that stuff too. So, but it isn't merely as exciting because arrest the vehicle just on spot. It's incredibly boring whereas like shoot out tires. It's not like the movies. The cars can viewer everywhere and stuff. So it's actually quite dangerous for productions if you know, some try to shoot tires. Why am I even talking about this anyway? Nerds. This is what happens when we're not chaperoned by Mike poor Ed and everybody has to listen to my nerdy out on the stuff. Okay. Question. Number two. What job did you wanna have? When you grew up. You know, I don't know. But it definitely wasn't being a commando. Ed, you knew you wanted to be come on. Oh, no. I didn't even go in the Air Force One to do this. I went into the air force. I worked on nuclear cruise missiles. And I was happy the lark. Stuck did not. Yup. I cross trained into combat control that I don't even really know what to say. I've mean, I I met a lot of commandos all over the world. And I don't think anyone who's caught from nuclear missiles. Jumping out of aircraft employees stuff up with missiles. While on the ground..
"allison" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"But he stood in life her two thousand eleven came around in the affair was still going on but allison was still completely oblivious to jared's double off it was as though jared couldn't bring himself to lose ellison that was the his business partners threatened him that it was not good for business that was stressful for everyone and to tone that jared chose between allison a tiny in september two thousand eleven seven months before she disappeared allison found out about the affair it had been going on for three years at this point had oster it before he was saying someone else and he had the noted that this on when she asked again he admitted everything he was tired of line he told her he was saying tony from the office allison's into our world fell down around her as she lost the ability to comprehend what he was saying jerod told her he didn't love tony he logged ellison and the children and wanted to bay with them jarod did what he had done countless times before he chose allison jared's affair with tony ended in an argument tony had always been told by jared that he didn't love allison at it was her he won a debate with but every time he faced the reality of ending his marriage he wasn't able to do it jerod faud tiny at the request of his business partners and he stopped contacting hurry up sort of work jared decided he needed to focus on turning his business around one business patna had already left andy's goal was the body all the two partners out completely he just needed the money to do it.