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Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
01.12.23 (MP3): Caught In Thought -Swiss Lightning Super Lasers, Weird Things for Sale Online, Corporations Polluting the Atmosphere, Distracted Driving Attention Budgets, Electric Cars Cost More (& Just Got Banned), +More CO2, More Fixes & More E

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 64:15


"The more I learn, the less I know." said everyone, always - it's time to get your geek on with some off-the-wall thinking.  With tacos full of bell and turbos full of charge (and a guest appearance by Glorvox the Massive), the gearhead goons put words to cold batteries and warm wi-fi (and the shame that's what happened to the nameplates "Lightning" and "Hummer"), as well as why CO2 is good (we like trees), distracted driving is bad (spend some attention), Carl Sagan was wise (technology w/ morality), and why just because we can doesn't mean we should. Also appearing: Ministry, Air, Five-Horse Johnson, Biopsiy and Cujo (because that stuff's great!), as well as some crazy eyes, yuge glasses, and green thumbs.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
01.12.23: Caught In Thought - Swiss Lightning Super Lasers, Weird Things for Sale Online, Corporations Polluting the Atmosphere, Distracted Driving Attention Budgets, Electric Cars Cost More (& Just Got Banned), + More CO2, More Fixes & More Eleph

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 64:15


"The more I learn, the less I know." said everyone, always - it's time to get your geek on with some off-the-wall thinking.  With tacos full of bell and turbos full of charge (and a guest appearance by Glorvox the Massive), the gearhead goons put words to cold batteries and warm wi-fi (and the shame that's what happened to the nameplates "Lightning" and "Hummer"), as well as why CO2 is good (we like trees), distracted driving is bad (spend some attention), Carl Sagan was wise (technology w/ morality), and why just because we can doesn't mean we should. Also appearing: Ministry, Air, Five-Horse Johnson, Biopsiy and Cujo (because that stuff's great!), as well as some crazy eyes, yuge glasses, and green thumbs.

Red Pill Revolution
Battle Royale: Crowder vs The Daily Wire | Alec Baldwin vs Manslaughter | Greta Thornburg vs Reality

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 54:43


Join Red Pill Revolution for an explosive episode as we dive deep into the truth behind the headlines and expose the lies and manipulation of mainstream media. Covering the most controversial and talked-about topics of the week, including Alec Baldwin's charges of involuntary manslaughter, Greta Thunberg's arrest, a controversy surrounding an NHL hockey player under fire for refusing to wear a lgbtq+ jersey, a feud between conservative entertainers Stephen crowder and the daily wire, and finally Jamie Lee Curtis's disturbing art display. Get ready for a wild ride.   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution   Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Podcast Companion: https://redpillrevolution.substack.com   ----more---- Full Transcription    Welcome to the Revolution.  Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution, my name is Austin Adams, and today we have a jam packed episode for you guys covering the wildest and most controversial topics of the last week. First. We gotta get this one outta the way cuz it's kind of a big one.  is discussing Alec Baldwin's recent charge of involuntary manslaughter in the tragic, horrific death of Helena Hutchins. If you could recall on the set of Russ, we'll be diving into all the details of that case and examining his role in the absolutely preventable tragedy that occurred. After that, we will be discussing the recent arrest of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg will be exposing the truth behind her recent so-called arrest and examining her role in the larger globalist agenda. We'll also be discussing the recent controversies surrounding Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Prove. And his decision to sit out during a warmup skate that involved wearing a gay pride themed hockey jersey. And, uh, he did so due to his religious beliefs and he got interviewed and it was, it was pretty interesting.   We'll also be discussing stephen Crowder, I'm sure you have heard of him, as well as the Daily Wire, ran by uh, Ben Shapiro. Um, basically incentivizing their creators to walk the line of big tech censorship in order to maintain their contracted. Which is obviously concerning if you're somebody who is interested in following influencers who are also interested in freedom of speech, right? I if you don't, if, if you have to be weary of speaking your actual opinion when you're one of these little single largest influencers in the space and you have to follow the guidelines of YouTube or fear getting doctor pay.  That's an issue, right? So, so we'll discuss that. We'll see. I, I have some differing opinions on the, the matter. I have some differing opinions on who was right, who was wrong. I don't think it's a clear cut answer but I will discuss where I think Stephen Crowder went wrong, where I think the Daily wire is going wrong, and talk about some of the interviews that I listened to surrounding this. Uh, Candace Owen spoke out about this. Basically, every single person from the Daily Wire spoke out about this, and Stephen Crowder has just been. Off on social media about it. So we'll talk about that. And then finally we'll be discussing the recent controversy surrounding actress Jamie Lee Curtis, and her display of a unbelievably disturbing piece of art that she posted that was in the background of a picture she posted on Instagram, which was showing a dead child inside of a suitcase hanging from the wall. In her office   it's just so, so disturbing to me how consistently this is coming up, right? How, how often we're seeing these depictions popping up in these wildly successful people's, uh, backgrounds and in their houses, and, you know, we'll talk about all of it. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the Revolution.   All right, to everyone's surprise, finally. Alec Baldwin is facing justice for his role in the tragic and preventable death of Helena Hutchins on the set of his movie. Rust. Prosecutors have actually announced that Baldwin will be charged with involuntary manslaughter and absolutely rightfully so. Recent findings show that Baldwin. Ammunition, live ammunition that was found on the set, mixed with fake ones, uh, with empty rounds. And then the rest of the film crew, basically they, what they found was to have a. Extremely consistent pattern of criminal disregard for safety, which resulted in the death of Hutchins. Now, Baldwin's not the only one who's actually being tried here and has been charged with these things. The armorer onset has also been charged, but we'll get to that in just a minute. The maximum punishment that Alec Baldwin can get out of this is five years. That's the maximum punish. And on, you know, obviously even if he gets the maximum punishment, he's gonna serve two years at some BS celebrity prison where he gets to have his cell phone and watch TV all day. Like it's, it's terrible to think that that is what they're going to give him is the maximum of five years. He literally shh, pointed a weapon on set without checking it, without any proper regard for the safety of firearm. And pulled the trigger, pointing it directly at this woman, which resulted in her death. That's willful negligence.  So the fact that five years is all they're talking about at this point is disgusting to me, and it only shows that if somebody else was, in this case, if there was a be like a, a, a, a bunch of buddies filming a, a. Documentary together, and as a result, one got shot and killed on set. You bet your ass if they're not Alec Baldwin, they're getting more serious charges than this. Absolutely positive. They're getting more serious charges in this. And the only reason that this is happening this way is because it's a mainstream set of a movie and it's Alec Baldwin, right?  I hope for the family of, of Helena Hutchins that, you know, he actually gets convicted of this, which will be, you know, kind of a stretch given how much money is gonna go behind his legal defense. But along with Alec Baldwin, the film's Armorer who is in charge of weapons on the side, Hannah Guterres Reid will also face two counts of involuntary manslaughter. According to New Mexico First Judicial District Attorney Mary Carmack Al. I think that's how you pronounce her name, Altaz. A L T W I E S. Okay. The first assistant director, David Halls, has also been charged with neglect, with negligent use of a deadly weapon, which is likely to lead to six months of probation. This also goes to show that basically the entire crew had some way, shape, or form involvement in this, and then there is so many steps that should have been taken to where this should have been prevented. Right. There's no reason at all that this should have. But the person who pulled the trigger has a maximum potential sentence of five years now. Baldwin's attorney Luke Nikas, has released a statement claiming that his decision distorts Helena HUD's tragic death and represents a terrible miscarriage of justice, according to them right bs. But let's be real. The only miscarriage of justice here is that Baldwin will face only five. . Right? That's the, literally the only, the only thing that's wrong about this, uh, the only thing that's wrong about the judicial system in this case is not that they're trying Alec Baldwin, it's that they're only going to give him five years when he murdered this woman, a wife, right? Somebody who has loved ones waiting at home for them every single day. And this man's going to get five years and she gets  put six feet in the. Now, Baldwin's attorney claims that Baldwin had no reason to believe that there was a live bullet in the gun, but obviously that's no excuse for not checking when you're the one actually pulling the trigger. Right? Baldwin relied on the professionals with whom he worked with, is what the, the quote says here. Um, but at the end of the day, he's the one pulling the trigger. He's the one with the weapon. He's the one who is pointing it in her direction and fir. Anybody, anybody with any sort of firearms experience or firearms training, and you bet your ass that you should go through firearms training. If you're constantly holding weapons in all of these films would've checked that weapon would've had, at the very least. At the very least, been there when it was loaded. Right. And, and, and, and the bigger question here is why was there any live ammunition on the set to. What was the purpose of that? Why would there be any reason for there to be live ammunition on the set? No reason. No reason at all that that should have been the case.  Involuntary manslaughter is a fourth degree felony and is normally punishable by up to 18 months behind bars and a $5,000 fine, but a firearm enhancement. Now that would've been terrible, obviously if you just got 18 months, but because of a firearm enhancement on the charges, it could make the crime punishable by a mandatory sentence of five years in jail. Now, mandatory is a nice thing to hear there, right? This is the least that he obviously deserves for doing. Uh, Helena Hutchins family actually came out in support of this. They said that they support them actively engaging in going after him for these charges  five years is, is a slap on the wrist. Now, if you recall, like, I don't know, it was a, on the one year anniversary of him shooting her like as if there should be any anniversary there, Alec Baldwin posted on social media and commented, like had the caption that said one year ago today with a picture of her face super. Like almost like it was like her birthday or something like one year ago. Today I married my wife. No. One year ago. Today you shot a woman and killed her in front of you. Could you imagine being on this set? Could you imagine watching this gun go off and this woman die in front of you while on a movie set? How tragic for everybody on the set to have to have witnessed that and he's sitting here posting on Instagram as if it was. Birthday party or something like one year ago today, and then said nothing about it. He got roasted, absolutely roasted  in the comments for posting that, uh, but he stuck to his guns on it. He's, he's, uh, just a weird, weird character. Weird character, I don't see how they don't convict him for this with everything that's happened here. And again, like I said, just to set an example here, just to set an example, right? Make sure that everybody involved from now on, I don't know, maybe check the ammunition before you fire it as somebody on the film crew.    The next thing we're gonna discuss here is going to. To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Greta Thornberg pretended to be arrested during a protest against the expansion of a coal mine in Germany. As many of you already know, a video of the incident surfaced recently went like crazy on social media. I know I saw all over Twitter on almost every single post where Greta went on there. You know, boasted about how she was there and how the police came. And, uh, all of these news networks came in and were like, Greta Thornberg, arrested. Greta Thornberg arrested. And then , the very first comment on every single one of the news channels was the video of her. And if you haven't seen the video, you gotta go watch. It was a video of her while these two cops were around her holding her there for pictures, like as if this was a, a, a meet and. and then there's all these pictures that go around of her being like held like she's a seven year old child by her parents playing, you know, when you would like get thrown around, like sitting there with this smug little smirk on her mouth. She knew what she was doing, so did her team. Right. She knew where they were going. It's, it's no coincidence that there was an entire media team there to capture this. At some random rally in Germany. Right? Yeah. Probably not a coincidence. Right. Let's, and, and this is the thing about Greta Thornberg. She's not some innocent little child, right? Who wants to save the world. No, she, she's a pawn. She's a pawn being used by a larger global agenda by, by mainstream news corporations, by people like the World Economic Forum elites, all of those major conglomerates out there that are using her as a face and this recently, this recent arrest is just literally just another example of her and her, you know, social media teams and, and, and videographers manipulation for their own gain. Right? Attention, attention, attention. Right. And there's probably no coincidence that it happened while the World Economic Forum meeting was actually going on. So anyways, in, in the video. Greta's participating in like what it says they call a sit-in right before being pulled away from police. But what's even crazier is the fact that later she's seen when she's being, like all these pictures came out of her being pulled by the police and then she's seen smiling and posing for, for the photographers while being held by the police officers. And then one of the police officers actually looks at her and goes, I didn't know you were famous. Can I get a selfie? Hm. Yeah, she wasn't getting arrested. She was taking another five minutes of fame to put on Twitter. Just like her, her back and forth banter with, with Andrew Tate. Right. And, and let's not forget here that the police actually came out and stated that Thornberg was not formally arrested and was just taken to a police fan and they had to take her ID and get her contact information. She was not. , right? She wasn't put in cuffs and thrown in the German jail.  Like I said, seems a little bit too convenient to me that you have how many, how many random col, like how many like rallies are there on a daily basis and how many times are there there unbelievable amounts of media coverage. Sit-in with 50 people at it right now. There was a video that went around of like these cops sprinting from one side of the other and just like mowing over some of these protestors. And then later they're taking selfies with Greta. Right? Like why? Why didn't they like tackle her like an outside linebacker like that? That's the video we wanted to see, but the video that we got was probably even better because it. Showing you a peak behind the curtain of what's actually going on here right now. Maybe the police weren't in. . Right. But there was enough, there was enough evidence here to show that, that they at least partook and were not, had, had not had any intention. And the mainstream media came out and ran with it. Right. Every tweet from every mainstream media company was talking about how she got arrested. No, she did not. She took a photo with cops, with, and, and got carried in the mud like a, like a little baby. So stupid and so. You see that and, and this is almost everything she's done, has been a publicity stunt, right? All of her speeches are written for her. All of her back and forth banter on Twitter is ran by a PR team. All of these things that she's doing is not by her own free will. She has a team behind her that is pushing her. And if you wanna know who's probably behind that team, rewind and listen to what I just talked about with the World Economic Forum and all of these political and business elites going, coming out and talking about how we should be eating bug. During the World Economic Forum meeting last week, right. It's, it's very, very evident that Greta Thornberg is playing a game and they're using the media to their advantage to. Keep this conversation going, right? They're using a literal child who, on her own Twitter page claims to be autistic. Like maybe, maybe not the, the forefront, you know, intellectual leader that we're looking for on, on the, the science behind potential changing of our global atmosphere and rising tides. like what is her, what is her actual, like, what are her credentials Did. Is she a scientist? There's literally no credentials that Greta Thornberg has to actually be in the, the position. And I say Thornberg because that's her damn name in whatever part of the, the metaverse that I come from because it was never Thunberg until the last two weeks. I promise you, I talked about this with Andrew TA thing. I know 100% it is the Bernstein Bears and it is gre. Thornberg, 100%. I am from the universe where it is. Thornberg, not Thunberg. Thunberg. How stupid. Anyways. Now we know. Right now we know 100% we see through all of the lies in the manipulation, right? This is not about saving the planet. This is about control and power. This is about raising the conversation of the World Economic Forum elites. This is about you stopping eating meat and starting to eat bugs. This is about you changing your vehicle from a vehicle that you can get gas and put it into the vehicle and drive wherever the hell you want, and changing that into an electric vehicle that they can turn off at a moment's. They don't want you driving a 1990 Jeep Wrangler. They want you driving a Tesla because they can press a button and now you have no transportation because you said something they didn't like on Twitter. This is about social credit scores, right? This is about your personal carbon footprint and obviously this publicity stunt. Was all in an effort to put her name back in the news after the injured Tate thing within a week or two. Like you think it's any coincidence that she's back in the news a week and a two later, right? Of course not. You think it's any coincidence that there happened to be a ton of journalists there waiting to take pictures and photos and videos of her Only at the right times? Besides the one angle that we got where we actually saw that it was a photo op, right? Like. Crazy. Crazy. All right. The next thing we're gonna discuss after this is going to be Jamie Lee Curtis, and her creepy, weird little art that she had on her wall. But before I do that, what I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button. All right. Leave a five star review. There's very few things that you can do in your day to get some positive karma and help a brother out, right? You're listening. You've been listening for 20 minutes now and obviously you're still here, so I would appreciate it if you are listening for the first time. If you have not subscribed yet, go ahead and hit that subscribe button. 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I'm going to start putting out some consistent articles and blog posts on the website. So make sure you check out Red pill revolution.co.com is for losers and I will see you there with all of the awesome new content that I'm going to be putting up there consistently. Uh, I think you guys are gonna be, uh, pretty happy with it all. Red pill revolution.dot com or red pill revolution dot c o. Alright, now the next thing is going to be that Jamie Lee Curtis has been caught with a unbelievably disturbing piece of art on her wall depicting a dead child in a suit. Hanging from a canvas in her office in a post on Instagram that was just in the background that she obviously did not realize that she had posted until a bunch of people commented on it, screenshotted it, and then she deleted it immediately. That is right, folks. The Freaky Friday mom is a bit more freaky than we originally Anticip. The art piece in question appears to be a child contorted, like a naked child contorted who looks to be dead or sleeping stuffed inside of a suitcase. Hmm. Makes you wonder a little bit if Jamie Lee Curtis has the same interior decorator as Tony Podesta and Jeffrey Epstein, because if you go look back at some of the photos that they had, it was just as. Right Now, my question around all of this is, who the hell are these artists? How much did this woman pay for this piece of disturbing art? And why do these artists think that people wanna purchase this in the first place, especially at a high price tag to somebody like Jamie Lee Curtis or Tony Podesta or Jeffrey Epstein. All of these people worth millions of dollars. There's no coincidences here, right? No coincidences at all that all these rich and powerful people have weird, sadistic, violent, and sexual art on their walls, right? So there's a market for it, right? Who are these artists? Is what we should be really going after too, right? Is not only the celebrity that did it and purchased the art and put it on their wall and posted a picture of it on, I. But also the artist who decided to draw this and sell it to them, like, don't just go after the celebrity, go after the artist. Let's, let's absolutely find out who these artists were. Who are the artists that Tony Podesta was purchasing his, his artwork from? How about Jeffrey Epstein? How about Jamie Lee Curtis? Let's figure that out. Let's find it out. Who were the artists? That did this, and then we start going after them too. It shouldn't just be about the celebrity who purchased it. It should be about the creator of art because that's who we need to question. What makes you believe that somebody out there wants to spend $27,000 or 220,000, however the hell much money you guys spend on this stupid piece of art depicting a dead, naked child in a suitcase? And why do you think that people want to buy. . Right? That seems to be a pretty good question to me. Right? Not only are we talking about the celebrities, but we're also talking about the artists. That should be a topic of conversation and this immediately on the backs of the Balenciaga situation, right? Immediately. Right. It's like this, this, this, it, it promotes and normalizes the sexualization of children in child. Right. It, it, it raises sincere questions about like, why, why are all these people in, in positions of power promoting that? Why would they want to stare at that every day when I walk into my office at work, the last thing I want on the wall when I'm having a business meeting is a painting of a naked child dead in a suitcase. Who would want that over their desk in their.  and then who's stupid enough to post a picture of it on Instagram, , apparently Jamie Lee Curtis. Right? And, and, and I guarantee you she is a holier than thou liberal pointing at everybody but herself and their actions for, for, you know, being what's wrong with humanity, right? No surprises. If that's the case. Now, I don't know if that's a hundred percent the case, but I would not be surprised at all. And Jamie Lee Curtis has not even come out and addressed this at all. She hasn't responded to this. She hasn't talked to any news outlets, none of it. You know what she did? She silenced the comments on Instagram. That's what she did. All she did was get rid of comments. I don't even want to hear from you about my dead child sexualized artwork on the wall in a suitcase. Don't wanna hear.  right now. Now, there's an interesting correlation if you wanna dive a little bit deeper into the meaning of art, which is why most people purchase it. What does it make you feel when you look at it, right? How does it make you feel? Some art makes you feel happy. Some art makes you, you know, look deeper into yourself and, and, and, or motivated or, you know, whatever those feelings are. Sad, mad, happy, right? Whatever that is, right? That's what art's supposed to do is drive. What emotion is this driving? Right? But back to the fact that she literally just didn't say a word about it, has yet to say a word about it, and then just disables comments cuz she doesn't want to hear about you being upset that she has a naked child on her wall in a suitcase appearing dead. Right. It, it's, it, it, and here's the problem that I have with this. Absolutely nothing happened with Balenciaga. Right? There was a couple weeks of outrage. Now I hope that their brand plummets and continues to plummet. I think that there's definitely been a little bit of a movement behind looking at people who are buying Balenciaga and promoting it and, and,  understanding that this is what they do, right? This is what they're, they, a lot of their artwork that they want to call it entailed these little subtweeting of child exploitation or sa satanism or Right. Whatever it was. Right? So, so, so we, in the same way that you see Kanye just get literally ripped apart and canceled, I guarantee you nobody's doing that to Jamie Lee Curtis. I don't think she's gonna lose her. Chase sapphire. , do you? Probably not. Right. So I, it's sad to see that there's not been more of a conversation around it. Right. And, and, and some people are outraged and some people are talking about it. But if she still gets work after this, like why would anybody wanna be associated with that? right? Who, who are these artists? Why? You know, the fact that she's not even talking about it, right? Not even responding to this. She doesn't even feel the need to, to, to, to put a statement out. Right? So, moving on now, the next thing we're gonna talk about, there's been a ton of controversy surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers and their defenseman, Ivan Prove. Provera, I think I'm saying that right. All right. For those of you who don't know, Provera basically declined to go out during the warmup skates before the game where the team was being made to wear, uh, pride jerseys, like, uh, rainbow pride, gay pride jerseys. Okay. Kind of a weird thing to have your team do in the first place. Um, but the reason that he didn't do it wasn't because he hates gay people. Right? The reason he doesn't do it, he did it, didn't do it, was because he is intolerant of other people, right? He, that's not the, that's not the case. He came out and said that the reason that he didn't want to do it was because of his religious beliefs. When asked about his religious beliefs, he said that he was a Russian Orthodox Christian. Okay. And they were just like pressing him, pressing him, pressing him at this news conference and he's like, if you have any hockey questions, I'm happy to answer them, but I, I don't see the point in me continuing to answer these questions right now. Obviously you guys know this. I'm a big proponent in the First Amendment, and that obviously includes the freedom of religion, right? That's kind of a big one in the United States here, right? The National Hockey League, the United States National Hockey League. . Right? It's a fundamental right now, often overlooked in today's world and undervalued in our society, but he has every right to live in practices of religion as he sees he has every right to decline to wear a pride jersey if that's what he wants to do. Right? And he's did it so respectfully. Like he, he, he didn't come out and condemn gay people and say that he didn't agree with it or the, the trans community. He didn't do any. . All he said was, it's for my religious reasons, I don't feel like wearing it. And he was just getting torn to shreds. Right. He was getting condemned. People were calling for him to be punished and to be fined. Right. A bunch of like crazy left, uh, news organizations were condemning him saying that he should have even gotten like a million dollar fine from the flyers and, and it's, it's crazy. He has absolutely every right to make a personal decision based on. Religious beliefs, and he should not be punished for that at all. Right. It's, IM, it's important to note, right? Like I already said, he, he, he showed no ill will at all towards the gay community, towards the LGBTQ plus Element P community. All he said was he made a personal decision based on his religious beliefs, and he stated that he respects everybody. He did. He didn't come out and condemn anyone, anybody. , right? All he said was, I, it's just not my thing. I'm not gonna go out there and, and, and promote that actively. And he shouldn't have to. He's not a show pony. He's an athlete. He's not an actor. He's not a a a, a brand ambassador. He got paid millions of dollars to go play hockey, not to go pay, play political games for the Philadelphia Flyers organization. And what's funny about this is you see the reaction and where nobody wants the NHL to be. The NHL the last three to four years has gotten extremely woke, right? I grew up playing hockey since I was three years old, till I was 18. I did pretty good. I played triple A hockey, uh, in, in, you know, a very, very competitive area growing up and. You know, the, the hockey community was always generally right leaning, I would say. Um, it was generally in, in more higher income areas, which has an association there. But, but it was never, like, it was never used. The NHL was never used in the same way the NBA was being used. It was never used in the same way. The NFL even like with, with, uh, what's his name? All the football players Right. Kneeling during the national anthem. That wasn't happening in the nhl Right? They weren't playing the political games. And, and recently, you know, the, the, the NHLs Twitter is like, uh, or for a while at least I know it was like a, a pride flag in the background. Like . I saw something from the Babylon bee that says, if Ivan Pavlov said , that, that if he wanted to, If he wanted to promote gay pride, he would've played soccer It was like the greatest, the Babylon Bead does not miss, not once, almost everything they post is just unbelievable. Um, alright. Let's see what else we got here. Oh yeah, his jersey sold out completely right. His number nine Jersey sold out on, on the online NHL shop and the fanatic store. Worldwide after he, he did this, right? So it goes to show you that there are many, many people out there that share his beliefs and share the value of, you know, share in believing the value of religious freedom in the right to personal choice, right? Politics should stay outta sports. There's no reason for it. Athletes should absolutely not be punished for making personal decisions based on their political, religious, uh, ideological beliefs, philosophical beliefs, none of it, right? I'm quite proud of the community for standing up and showing that with their dollars, right? Nobody was, nobody was, you know, at least from that perspective, like maybe some media companies and stuff were calling for him to get fined, but as, as a consumer base, the, the hockey community rallied around him and obviously showed with their money that they don't care for your pride. Jerseys in warmups. You got the wrong. Guys. Right? This is not the n l this is not the nba, right? And apparently this isn't the, uh, you know, , the World Cup of Soccer. Um, anyways, and as a reminder, the Supreme Court ruled seven to two. Right when you were called back in 2018, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the baker when it came to baking a cape for a gay couple around, around their religious beliefs. Supreme Court ruled seven to two overwhelmingly in favor of the baker to express its political beliefs, even in a business context. . Right. And this isn't even for him, a business context. If I, I, I promise you it does not say that he has to wear gay pride jerseys in his warmups, in his contract with the Philadelphia Flyers Right? I, I would be very, very surprised if that was the case, right? I, I'm pretty sure that's not, not what would've ended up being in his contract. Now, the next time they signed somebody, it might be after this happened, although they'll lose out on the Jersey sales, which would probably. . They don't care about that. They care about looking woke to the companies who are buying advertisements from them. Right? And that's the bigger problem with this. They're not even concerned about their base anymore. They're not concerned about what people want to consume because I promise you, a vast majority of the NHL consumer base is not liberal. Majority of the players who grew up playing hockey, at least in the United States, are not liberal. You're not going to find an Antifa member on basically any of the NHL teams. You're not gonna find somebody with a Black Lives Matter sticker on the back of their car, like I said, on very, very few NHL players cars. Right? It's not a liberal sport per se. Not definitely not as much as the NBA or the nfl, right? They, they're trying to make it that way so they can play ball with these big corporations who want them. , right? I don't know who owns the NHL at this point, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was Disney. So anyways, I'm glad to see that that was the outcome, at least, right? I'm very happy to see that people spoke with their dollars and made this happen in this way where there was a positive outcome for him, right? I hope he got some royalties out of those jerseys. At the very least, . All right, the next thing we're gonna. Is going to be, um, Stephen Crowder and The Daily Wire. All right. In the world of conservative entertainment, uh, there has been rising tensions between two of the biggest players in the game. That is Stephen Crowder and the Daily Wire. The Daily Wire being. Owned, or at least ran, you know, the, the face of the Daily Wire is Ben Shapiro, right? You have people like Candace Owens, you have, you know, uh, Clavin, you have, uh, Brett Cooper, you have, you know, all of the mainstream, the largest influencers in the conservative space come from or are some way associated with Daily Wire. The few that aren't are like Tim Pool. And that's about it. Stephen Crowder, right? Those are like the two really, really big, huge, massive platforms that aren't in some way associated with the Daily Wire, which I think is awesome. I think it's really cool what the daily wire's trying to do with the Daily Wire plus. Coming out with movies with people like Gina Carrano, right? There's so much positivity coming out of there that I was like, really disappointed to see this come up, right? This, this, this is not a conversation I want to take a side in, right? I'm, I'm in full support of the Daily Wire. I really like Ben Shapiro's content. I love Jordan Peterson. You know, Brett Cooper's great her, her social media content and everything. Top notch. Uh, Candace Owens obviously one of the most intelligent and, and well-spoken people in the conservative space. Uh, the list goes on, right? Uh, the, the, what is the woman documentary? All of it. All of it, all of it is incredible stuff. So, and been a fan of Steven Crowded for quite some time. I love his content and his comedy, everything. So like, this is not something where I really wanna like, wear a jersey in this. Now I have opinions about all of it, and I'm gonna tell you all of them. , uh, but it hurts me to have to even, you know, choose sites here. I'm not exactly doing, but I'll tell you what I find wrong and right with both sides of the argument. And you can distinguish for yourself what you think my total overarching beliefs are. But I don't think I have a exact side that I believe in here anyways. So this week, Stephen Crowder came out and publicly accused the daily wire of designing their influencer's contracts to tow the line of big tech censorship policies, or at the very least, have to. Have their pay be docked for every single violation against them, right? So if you have a YouTube platform and you get demonetized, if you have a Facebook and you get a strike against you from YouTube or a, uh, demonetized from Facebook, or you get a violation from Instagram, every single one of those things has a like stepping percentage that you lose of your income as a result of being demonetized. Right now, I think there's. Something to be said about that, and we'll get into that in just a moment. But, we'll, let's go on. Um, in a video posted on his channel, Crowder stated that Big tech is in bed with Big con, big con being conservative, right? So talking about the Daily wire, daily wire's obviously the biggest conservative platform out there, right? So, and he went on to criticize. An offer that he received from the Daily Wire without specifically naming the company right sees the next day. The Daily Wire ceo, Jeremy Boring, posted a response video in which he confirmed that the company had initially offered Crowder a whopping $50 million contract, but also claimed that Crowder was misrepresent, had misrepresented what was in the. Right. Boring. Also denied that Daily Wire was working with big tech companies to censor conservative voices and stated that the company has also been a victim of big tax alleged censorship, obviously with all the people that you're talking about here. Right. So, um, he read the contract verbatim, right? That, uh, boring is is the, uh, ex or president or vice president of the Daily Wire, right? He, he was, um, and, and this is the, like one of the bigger problems here is that Crowder is like friends with these people and. Came out in this big like gotcha moment and re released a recording that he had a conversation with. Boring and boring. Said something about, it sounded to me like the discussion went like this. Like they were talking about how Crowder had a problem with the clause in the contract. And it wasn't a contract, it was a term sheet. And the difference between the term sheet and the contract is that one's binding and to be signed, the term sheet is to start the negotiations, right? So in the term sheet that they originally gave to Crowder, which generally ends. Causing negotiations, not, you know, recorded phone calls in released social media stuff. Uh, the term sheet said, you know what, those stepping down demonetization percentages were for his pay of that 50 million if he got demonetized on any of those platforms or strikes or whatever. Right. , and that's the problem with this, is that those strikes mean that you have to watch what you say. Right now there is a part of the Daily Wire, the Daily Wire Plus that's coming out where you can kind of negate that issue, right? The, the hope is that they replace YouTube with the Daily Wire Plus, I would assume, right? And in that case, hopefully they wouldn't have to, to watch their mouths and their opinions. But at the very least what happens is the Daily Wire takes on these smaller. Influencers and brings them up through their platform, right? That's the idea at least. So they take these contracts, they give them to the person, they pay them a salary, and then they take ownership of all of their content, right? All of the videos, all the podcasts, uh, per, you know, cost and advertisements and space, and they give you a salary, let you grow your brand, and then, you know, eventually your contract needs to be renewed. And hopefully you can, you know, renew it at a really, Millions of dollar contract like they were offering Crowder to begin with. And so where Crowder had a problem with that is he felt like if they're doing the same thing to up and coming influencers, right?  Saying that, you know, what about that young person that they're gonna be hiring to bring up through the ranks And you know, if they're gonna be, you know, have to watch everything they say and, and or fear of getting their percentages paid because people were like kind of pissed that he was even upset when they're offering him 50 million over four. Crowder went back and asked for 140 million in a pretty  interesting way of negotiation. Tried to get them to immediately triple the amount that they were offering him. Um, but anyway, so that was the term sheet. That was what he had a problem with. And then he came out and said, you know, in, released a recording, right, Crowder. Basically said that, uh, the, the feud started with these two figures when the large scared divisions, right? The, while Crowder accuses them of betraying conservative principles, right? The, the, the principle of freedom of speech, of not holding back what you're thinking and, and, and not having to give into big tech censorship right now. despite the tensions of the disagreement, right? I think the biggest thing here needs to be the freedom of speech aspect, right? We, we need to maintain on the right side, at least to the anti left side of things, the anti woke liberal ideology, that freedom of speech above. All right? So I get Crowder's point in that. I get why he came out and had a problem with this, but I don't get his approach in the way. He recorded a phone call with a friend and then released this gotcha clip. What the clip said. Stephen Crowder recorded the clip, and in the clip you see them kind of discussing the, the thing that I just talked about, which is the docking of pay based on percentages and, and if you get a violation from social media platforms and Crowder released a clip of him talking about, of boring talking. How they go about that salary way and say, you know, that's how we do it. We bring them on and they're wage slaves and they can grow their brand and build a following and then go off and, and be famous basically. Right? That's what we do. We bring them on, give 'em a salary if we think that they can make great content, and then we let them flourish later. Uh, you know, we, we allow them to, to build a platform while making.  at the same time instead of out here bootstrapping it like you, boy, trying to make it happen without anybody. So, Crowder released the clip of him saying wage slaves. He like slowed it down a bunch of times, wage slaves, word slaves, and, and, and it was, it was supposed to be this big Got you moment. Now I understand what he means by wage slave. Wage slave is not like this ridiculously insulting term. It just means that you are slave to the wages that you're making in order to make your bills. Right. I understand that concept. It's not this like crazy, you know? Idea that like Crowder was trying to play to his base and make it seem like boring was insulting all of these influencers on, on these types of salary contracts. I don't really see much wrong with what he said in the recording. I don't at all. I don't see any reason that it should have been this big gotcha moment. I don't see any reason that Crowder should have thought this was gonna like drive a ton of interest in, in his debate with these people. Right. So I, I don't agree with it. It seems wrong to me that Crowder and to begin with was recording a phone call with somebody he considered a friend, you know, boring. Came out and said in the tweet like, I, if I recorded it, I would've released the part where we talked about his kids and buying and how Christmas went and buying diapers for his nephew or son or something like that. Right? He's, he's basically saying like, man, , uh, I feel stupid because he was recording my phone calls all along, right? And these negotiations had happened like months ago. It wasn't like this was a super recent thing. And what Tim Poole found out live while on an episode with Candace Owens discussing this, was that from one of his audience members commenting was that. The big, you know, say like what the, whatever the URL that he had, like say no to Big Con or something like that.com that he registered, was registered 12 days before the negotiations like fell through or so before something happened that caused him to make this move. So what that led to everybody to believe is that this was calculated, right? That was like Candace Owen's position was that, you know, he's only doing this to make money. She called him a bad person. She said that, you know, he, he burned all these bridges with all these people and, and now he's like off on an island on his own. And now he's trying to build a following on his own platform because everybody said no to him at the amount of money that he was asking for the 140 million over four years or whatever. So understandable. That seems frustrating to me. That seems like kind of shady, that you would record a conversation with somebody you considered a friend if that's what happened, and then kind of weird for him to play this like gotcha clip that kind of really didn't have much to do with the actual, uh, negotiations that he had problems with. It seemed to me like he would've been better off coming out and actually having a discussion about how bad the contract clause. The cause of the right or libertarian movements that are happening right now. Because if I have to fear YouTube's strikes for my family to be fed, then I have to watch what I'm saying. every single time I speak on, on the microphone. Right? And that changes the way that if, if it's a, if you're making a hundred thousand dollars a year or $200,000 a year or whatever, Brett Cooper, or somebody who's newer like that is making a few hundred thousand dollars, I would assume that that money is important to you. If you're gonna get docked 20% of your pay, that's gonna significantly impact you. Or two, you could get down to like only 20% of your pay if you get demonetized on several. So if you're making like $200,000, $400,000 a year and you get docked 80% of that, then you're making what, like 40 grand like. Would be atrocious. Right. $80,000 a year for the type of work that they're doing and the breach that they have. Like that's crazy. And so I get that right. It makes sense that there would be, you know, some type of push towards trying to have these contracts not include something about YouTube censorship or Instagram violations or anything like that. I also get that the Daily Wire is a business who is expecting the monetization of their shows to pay for the salary of the person who they're paying to own their content of, right? So it is definitely an incentive to self-censor on one side of it. And the second side of it is, From a business perspective, it's only, it's kind of like a necessary evil in today's world, at least until the Daily Wire Plus gets to where it needs to be, to where it's generating enough revenue to pay for influencers to come in and build an audience specifically on their platform, and not the ones like YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, all of that, right? So I see both sides. . I don't know who's in the right and who's in the wrong. I do know that I don't necessarily agree with the way that Stephen Crowder came out and did this like gotcha moment recording. I don't think that that was really the right move, especially if you're, if he was a friend. Right. And, and, and I also kind of disagree with the way that he burned all these bridges in hopes of building. His own platform because the whole movement that ever that is going on here, freedom of speech, freedom of choice, freedom of religion, right? The, the political movement that we're hoping for is the anti woke, anti-censorship movement, right? And, and so on one side of it, again, I get why this would be frustrating for somebody to negotiating a contract, trying to make this movement move along and be better, right? But I also get the business perspective of the daily wire. I don't know. I'd be interested to see what you guys think, you know, comment, whatever on the videos here. You know, comment on YouTube. Uh, speaking of YouTube, go join the YouTube. If you're not on the YouTube, I post the video episodes every single week. Right. You can go to my Link Tree, any of the social medias, you can go to the sub. It will all be linked on their red pill revolution.dot com or red pill revolution.co. I will be updating the website here over the next week or two and we'll be starting to put out articles and blog posts and news articles that we're, uh, I'm going to be writing up for you guys and distributing them through the subs deck as well. So make sure you sign up. All right. Now, as far as this situation goes, I don't think this is good for the free speech movement, although Brett Cooper did come out and say, That, you know, Brett Cooper's, I think 22, 21, 22, um, phenomenal. Really like her content. She does a great, great job at, uh, obviously, like she's, she's very, very sharp. Um, her content on social media is, is very well done. Her lives, everything. She does a really good job at it. You know, all almo, all of the influencers at the Daily Wire are, are like top notch. And so that's why I don't think that this is, this is. right? This overall like tension. Now this is probably the most drama we've had in the Conservative party, at least since like Trump was in office. So  it is, it is, uh, an interesting time to be, you know, not on the left side of things. Uh, but Brett Cooper came out and said that this was not in her contract because o one thing that came to Owen said is that she had a problem with the fact. Steven Crowder specifically talked about young and upcoming influencers, and there's only one , young and upcoming influencer. And that's Brett Cooper, right? She's 22, 21, 22 years old. Um, maybe 23, I don't know. But right around there. And she's, you know, had she said, which is crazy to me that she had like 7,000 followers last year at this time. And now she has millions, which like, you know, daily. Call you, boy. I'll jump on there. Take Steven crowd's place. , and, uh, yeah, I'll, I'll, if you wanna pay me, uh, 50 million, I'll be happy to, to, to, I won't even talk about anything that you don't want me to talk about. I won't even bring it up. I won't. I'll, I'll try not to blink. I'll, uh, I, I'll, I'll, I'll do whatever you want. Just, just for 50 million. That's fine. I guess I'll do it. So Daley Wire, call your boy. I'm happy to take the 50 million contract and I'll censor myself some from literally saying anything you want me to, I'm happy to do it. Happy to do it. Call me up, you know, Austin Red pill revolution.co. Send me an email. Uh, anyways, but seriously, uh, Brett Cooper said that this was not in her. She said that, you know, and that was something Candace Owens kind of took issue with, was that he was specifically kind of alluding to her contract and, and she came out in a live video yesterday and said, that's not in my contract. I sounds like she negotiated out of it actually. Uh, which it also seems like Crowder could have actually negotiated his way out of it like many of these other people did. Um, but chose to, I don't know, do what he did instead. , but it doesn't seem like all of the people on the Daily Wire actually have that sort of clause in there. So is it in all of the new ones? Maybe. I don't know. I don't know. But it, it is definitely not a good look if we're trying to promote freedom of speech, if you're having to have your influencer self censor. Right? Uh, but for 50 million, eh, maybe  anyways, that. Is what I got for you guys. Thank you so much for listening. Go ahead over to red pill revolution.dot com. I will actually be posting articles about each one of these topics this week. Um, I'll be sending them out in the ck I will be, uh, sending out the, the podcast companion. Over the next day or two. Uh, look out for it. I'm gonna be cutting the clips. Doing, uh, this will be coming up the next day. So brad pill revolution.dot com. That is my big ask. If you are listening to the podcast, go over and subscribe to the YouTube or the Rumble channel, or both, even better. Uh, you can do so at the Link Tree, uh, link tree.com/the Austin Jadas. Um, you can find me on, I. At Rad Pill Revolt, uh, or at the Austin J. Adams, um, Twitter, the Austin J. Adams and Truth social TikTok got taken away, but I'm starting to build another one. Uh, we'll see how it goes. But anyways, thank you guys so much for listening from the bottom of my heart. I hope you have a wonderful day and welcome to the Revolution. Thank you. 

Shotgun Sports USA
Tom Seay and Joe Fanizzi: Practice regimens, mindset and managing preparation

Shotgun Sports USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 59:10


Shotgun Sports USA is trying something a little different. Tom Seay will be stepping in for a few episodes as the host to give all of our listeners a little different perspective. This week Tom got on the phone with Joe Fanizzi to have a conversation about some very interesting topics that you all will not want to miss! Tom and Joe discussed some of their similarities in how they grew up in the sport. This led into the meat of meat of the podcast as they discussed how their practice regimens, mindset, and managing preparation has changed as they both have taken on more responsibility and life in general has began to play a factor in their shooting. This is a topic most of you all can relate to as jobs, families, school, and other responsibilities play a major factor in managing the time you are able to dedicate to the sport and how to handle that mindset.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
01.03.23: Post-Xmas Reality, w/ Right to Repair (Deere VS Farmers & The Woz's Gluey Macs), Murderdrones, Clocks at Sea, Knitting Sweaters, Kalifornistan's Infrastructure (Build a Dam Already) & Illinois Gun Control (Weaver or Isosceles), + Karma

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 54:46


Let's spread some real on now that the good day is done - the Garage Hour goons have hit 2023 like a dump truck full of boba and we're getting it all over the place: freak out the neighbors with your old-school drone, then fix things because the courts came down on farmers' side against John Deere (Steve Wozniak isn't wrong - your right to repair is a big deal).  Then it's upgrade versus Green Hell in CA as nobody thought of raising a few dams and keeing water when it's rainiy for days when it ain't.  Nice state you've got there... We'll also help you yell about the random craptastic gift for your kid that turned out to be a dirty old man's joke-machine, as well as dish on some Karma to Burn ("V" and "Arch Stanton") and Clutch ("Spacegrass").

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
01.03.23 (MP3): Post-Xmas Reality, w/Right to Repair (Deere VS Farmers & The Woz's Gluey Macs), Murderdrones, Clocks at Sea, Knitting Sweaters, Kalifornistan's Infrastructure (Build a Dam Already) &Illinois Gun Control (Weaver or Isosceles) +Kar

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 54:46


Let's spread some real on now that the good day is done - the Garage Hour goons have hit 2023 like a dump truck full of boba and we're getting it all over the place: freak out the neighbors with your old-school drone, then fix things because the courts came down on farmers' side against John Deere (Steve Wozniak isn't wrong - your right to repair is a big deal).  Then it's upgrade versus Green Hell in CA as nobody thought of raising a few dams and keeing water when it's rainiy for days when it ain't.  Nice state you've got there... We'll also help you yell about the random craptastic gift for your kid that turned out to be a dirty old man's joke-machine, as well as dish on some Karma to Burn ("V" and "Arch Stanton") and Clutch ("Spacegrass").

The Keto Savage Podcast
Manipulating Macros and Elk Hunting with Michael Denehy

The Keto Savage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 67:11


In this episode, I welcome back my client and friend, Michael Denehy, to discuss his recent elk hunt and the nutritional manipulations we made to prepare him for that journey.   What we talked about:   Mileage he covered during the hunt (2:14) Competition prep and his cutting phases (3:40) Strength and endurance in bodybuilding (4:51) Hunting as an athletic event (9:49) HIs training and nutritional plan for the elk hunt (14:14) Agility (21:13) Nutritional advice he wishes he would have taken during the hunt (23:56) Training back at the rental house after hiking all day (30:42) His experience with his new scope setup and binoculars (32:36) Rifle and scope combination (36:21) Taking a too-long shot at an elk and missing (39:07) Treating the hunt, and the animals, with respect (48:36) Ammunition and firepower(51:03) Thriving through adversity (1:04:52)   Where to learn more about Michael:   National Infantry Museum   If you loved this episode, and our podcast, please take some time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, or drop us a comment below!

The Hornady Podcast
Ep. 054 - Ammunition Demystified with Jeff Siewert

The Hornady Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 80:22


On this episode, Seth and Jayden are joined in the studio by long-time friend and Systems Engineer, Jeff Siewert. Jeff recently retired from the ballistics field where he spent his entire adult life. He authored a book titled, “Ammunition, Demystified The (non) Bubba's Guide to How Ammo Really Works”. On the show, the guys talk about some of Jeff's interesting stories through his career and Jeff shares some insight on the practices and principles in the small arms field. We hope you enjoy this educational episode! 

Vortex Nation Podcast
Ep. 268 | The Best Cartridge for Whitetails?

Vortex Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 53:57 Very Popular


Perhaps no other topic kicks the cartridge hornets nest harder than crowning the best cartridge for whitetails. The title of this podcast alone has enough click bait to draw hunters like deer to a January corn pile. Tune in as the Vortex Nation Podcast's usual suspects tackle this impossible question. What's your go-to cartridge for America's most popular big game animal?As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
12.28.22: Good, Bad & Ugly Xmas Gifts - Second Amendment & CCWs, Battery Reliability in the Cold, Real VS Fake Trees (What About the Effort?), Steel Plates Fix Fire, Egg Nog Testing + All-Wheel Drive VS Rear-Wheel Drive for Fun w/ Snow (& Some

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 59:10


Gearheads giving geeky goodness - what could be better for Christmas?  There's gobs of great holiday happiness here, plus a few gifts you shouldn't give. Putting some 2A under a real tree?  You and 16,000,000 other Americans this year.  Concealed-carry helpers are grand too.  Making the effort matters - you don't want to mistakenly send someone to Kalifornistan and its reanimation of zombie unconstitutional microstamping mandates, or electric cars, which still don't work when it's cold. More goodies: Christmas chili, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Brian Setzer, Art Carney, Burl Ives, Arthur Fiedler and Deadblot, with notes from the Mom Planet (population turkey).

Revolutionary Left Radio
Louis Althusser: Structuralism and Marxist Philosophy

Revolutionary Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 141:32


William Chaney joins Breht to dive deep on the work and ideas of Louis Althusser, the famous French marxist philosopher. Check out our previous episode on Althusser's work on ideology and ideological state apparatuses here: https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/althusser Feel free to reach out to William for a full list of recommended reading on Althusser -- Contact William here: willchaneyumassecon@protonmail.com Check out the Center for Popular Economics: https://www.populareconomics.org   Outro music "Ammunition" by Kodak Black (feat. NFL Tuewop) Support Rev Left Radio: https://www.patreon.com/RevLeftRadio

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
12.28.22 (MP3): Good, Bad & Ugly Xmas Gifts - Second Amendment & CCWs, Battery Reliability in the Cold, Real VS Fake Trees (What About the Effort?), Steel Plates Fix Fire, Egg Nog Testing + All-Wheel Drive VS Rear-Wheel Drive for Fun w/ Snow (&

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 59:10


Gearheads giving geeky goodness - what could be better for Christmas?  There's gobs of great holiday happiness here, plus a few gifts you shouldn't give. Putting some 2A under a real tree?  You and 16,000,000 other Americans this year.  Concealed-carry helpers are grand too.  Making the effort matters - you don't want to mistakenly send someone to Kalifornistan and its reanimation of zombie unconstitutional microstamping mandates, or electric cars, which still don't work when it's cold. More goodies: Christmas chili, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Brian Setzer, Art Carney, Burl Ives, Arthur Fiedler and Deadblot, with notes from the Mom Planet (population turkey).

Kingdom Business Lifestyle Podcast
Are Signal Jammers In The Mountains Of The Largest USA War Reserve And Ammunition Storage Facility?

Kingdom Business Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 32:06


Attention: Air Force, National Guard, US Military "Strange Antennas" have been appearing in the Salt Lake City foothills. I saw these and immediately thought they were signal jammers based on the jammers I have seen in the past. Search "Signal Jammers Vehicles China," China uses this type of technology to keep communications from spreading outside their areas. Then go to the photos and see the hardware box and the antennas used. Then I found out that there may be a dozen of these in the mountains around the area.  Then I find out that they don't know what these "antennas" are and their best guess is crypto mining (which a crypto expert debunked saying that would only produce around $10 / month), the other idea was it was a cell phone booster.. Each probably cost more than $5,000 depending on what is in the box.. No one would do this to boost cell phone signals. These things are military grade, and they are bolted into the rocks. I knew that these were not normal communication only networks by the size of the box next to it. These are dangerously close to our largest Military Reserve and Ammunition Storage facility.. They should be taken down CAREFULLY, the box opened with robotics, and analyzed for fingerprints and place of origin. A good network manager and network penetration expert (hacker) could potentially trace back where these communications are going to, so I would bring a communication and computer expert with you and take note of the direction of these grey boxes.. (click here and also take note of the antenna 900-930mhz, and the box size click here https://twitter.com/MichaelLocklear/status/1611153284705964032/photo/1). Then see photo screenshots below of what technology they use in China and other places to stop communications.. I am putting this out not to cause fear but to say that these could potentially be signal jammers to block communications of this whole Salt Lake City area. Signal jamming could allow an invasion on our military base and disable aircraft from flying, as well as communications from getting out to warn others. America must not live in lala land. Biden is sending missiles that are being now launched into Russia. If you were Putin wouldn't you want to stop the location where these missiles were coming from?? If you wanted to stop an out of control regime wouldn't you first stop communications and take out the "largest war reserve and ammunition storage facility?" Fellow Citizens of the United States we have a rogue regime trying to lead us into destruction, to cover the tracks of the failed monetary system. I pray this get to a wise leader and network technician in the National Guard or the Air Force and you all work to get "peace with Russia." Aand if these are signal jammers you are lucky we identified them before they used them, and you are lucky he didn't launch missiles and destroy the whole area. Make peace with Russia, because China and one of their commanders have also stated they hope to invade the USA and take over their farmlands and make the citizens plant our food. My suspicion is China is also waiting for Russia to engage the USA so it can invade. I am not saying this is Putin, but we have two large nations not happy with our leadership. Right or wrong?? This isn't a light issue, I have been through war, and launching missiles into one of the largest nuclear powers on the planet, for reasons we really don't even know (political nonsense). It needs to stop now, peace talks need to happen now, we need to stop the sending of weapons to Ukraine. Putin has asked for peace numerous times, and where are our leaders even attempting to make peace? It's time for peace and people with a backbone to stand up an do what's right. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. Matthew 5:9 If I prove to be right you should consider hiring me to train the intelligence officers how to methodically gather intelligence, message me at kingdombiz@protomail.com. If I prove wrong then at lease you all may consider watching the mountain range more carefully within eye-shot of our largest storage site for war reserve and training ammunition. The vantage points are the mountain peaks not the valley. Some may say well if there was going to be an invasion how would they do that?? Wasn't there just a power outage effecting over 10,000 homes last Sunday?? Don't think troops could move in in that time? Be on guard, God bless, and let there be peace on earth not reckless wars.  MAKE PEACE UNITED STATES TO FALL FOR THE TRAP OF THESE SATANIC POLITICIANS WHO ARE ON A SUICIDE MISSION! WAKE UP!!

The Story of a Brand
Ammunition - Above Function & Purpose is Emotional Connection

The Story of a Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 68:03


This episode is brought to you by Sendlane.   Robert says, “we surround ourself with objects that we gravitate towards. We define our ourselves by the things we buy, put on our body, drive, what we live in, what we use. And so that emotional relationship that people have with things has always fascinated me. And, ultimately, that's why I get paid is that we try to and move above function and purpose, which is very important, and get to that layer of emotional connection and desirability that people have with things. That drives a lot of my work and the work of my team here.”   Today, we interview Robert Brunner, Founder & Creative Director of Ammunition. Ammunition is a design studio dedicated to bringing products and services that matter to market.   We discuss:   * His gratefulness practice and who he's grateful for? * An overview and origin of the Ammunition * His upbringing, caught between an engineer father and an artist mother * Why the relationship between people and things has fascinated him * Why everything we do is defined by product designers and their designs * The story of Beats by Dre * The challenges to designing a great product * Why something new and innovative is expensive * A teaser on his second book currently being worked on * Why risk should not be a four letter word * The reinvention of everyday things * What market areas are ripe for innovative products * Last words and how to work with him   Join Ramon Vela and Robert Brunner as we break down the inside story of Ammunition on The Story of a Brand.   For more on Ammunition, visit: https://ammunitiongroup.com/   Checkout his book: Do You Matter? How Great Design Will Make People Love Your Company, by Robert Brunner   Subscribe and listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand” on your favorite podcast player.   *   This episode is brought to you by Sendlane.   Alright, guys, here's the deal: I have a gift for you from our primary sponsor — Sendlane. They're giving away their online course eCommerce Academy - Email & SMS Marketing!   This course gives you the step-by-step playbook to drive more revenue and retention with email & SMS. This is typically a $500 package, but for our listeners, it's entirely FREE when you get started with your FREE 14-day trial of Sendlane.   When you do, chat with their support team and let them know you're one of our listeners to get full access to hours of course content that will help you make email marketing your #1 growth engine.   Visit https://storybrandgift.com to get the details, sign up for a free trial and get your gift!  

Shooting Straight Radio Podcast
We Are The Last Line Of Defense,...HOLD THE LINE!!

Shooting Straight Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 36:35


One need only look at recent history to see that disarmament of entire citizenries leads to unchecked, unfettered government violence. With examples of government terrorism in China, Cuba and Brazil, Royce shows that our current government is already committing many of the same crimes against us and that the only thing that keeps the domestic enemies and insurrectionists within our federal agencies and Congress from committing wholesale slaughter of Constitutional conservatives is the keeping and bearing of arms. The American Police Hall of Fame Museum and Shooting Center (open to public), Law Enforcement and Civilian TrainingThe Gun Site 9-Lane 25 yard indoor Shooting Range, Gun Store, Training classesSiggarman Buyer and Seller of new and used firearms 561-445-0429Freedom Guns Firearms, Ammunition, Accessories, Training classes Glover Orndorf and Flanagan Wealth Mgmt. Wealth management servicesTune in to Rocker and the Redneck!Rocker and the Redneck (buzzsprout.com)Don't forget to catch Voice of the Blue podcast, hosted by Royce, and produced by the American Police Hall of Fame.Voice of the Blue (buzzsprout.com)

Ballistic Chronicles
Hunt The West In 2023 with Infinite Outdoors

Ballistic Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 45:56


It's a DIY land booking platform, an advanced mobile mapping app that gives you access to private land hunting and fishing. They're Colorado based with properties in Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Oregon.

Vortex Nation Podcast
#10MinuteTalk - .44 Mag: Deer Destroyer or Antiquated Relic?

Vortex Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 20:55 Very Popular


“I know what you're thinking. Did he fire six shots or only five? Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I kinda lost track myself. But being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world…” This classic quote excerpt from Clint Eastwood's movie character, Dirty Harry, helped give the .44 Mag its iconic reputation in American cartridge lore…that and the serious punch it delivers on target. But is it everything it's cracked up to be in our minds? Will it stop a charging brown bear in its tracks? Tune is as we go ahead and make your day talking about one of our cultural favorites, the .44 Mag.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
12.12.22: Crap Weather Automotive Operation - Things to Think When There's 0 Degrees, w/ Tires & Batteries VS Cold, Breaking Down VS Picking It Up, & a Little About Dirty Oil from Dirty Politicians, + Great Westerns, Good F1, & Supreme Court

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 61:42


Prepping versus being prepared: what's it take to keep the little things from killing you when it's snowing icebergs and polar bears (because there's no second chances at zero degrees), and intelligence versus smarts for dumb stuff like tires and recovery (because the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major one in cold weather is you). More fun: western actors and movies you didn't know were worth your time like "Night Passage" and "Ride Clear of Diablo" (with Jimmie Stewart, Dan Duryea and Audie Murphy), and a few thoughts on "Good/Bad/Ugly" versus "Fistful of Dollars" and "A Few Dollars More", and the unappreciated genius of Eastwood, Van Cleef and Wallach.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
12.12.22 (MP3): Crap Weather Automotive Operation - Things to Think When There's 0 Degrees, w/ Tires & Batteries VS Cold, Breaking Down VS Picking It Up, & a Little About Dirty Oil from Dirty Politicians, + Great Westerns, Good F1, & Supreme

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 61:42


Prepping versus being prepared: what's it take to keep the little things from killing you when it's snowing icebergs and polar bears (because there's no second chances at zero degrees), and intelligence versus smarts for dumb stuff like tires and recovery (because the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major one in cold weather is you). More fun: western actors and movies you didn't know were worth your time like "Night Passage" and "Ride Clear of Diablo" (with Jimmie Stewart, Dan Duryea and Audie Murphy), and a few thoughts on "Good/Bad/Ugly" versus "Fistful of Dollars" and "A Few Dollars More", and the unappreciated genius of Eastwood, Van Cleef and Wallach.

Vortex Nation Podcast
#10MinuteTalk - 6mm Creedmoor: Everything You Need for Deer?

Vortex Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 20:31 Very Popular


The crossover between long-range precision shooting and hunting is undeniable these days. The line is more blurred than ever. On impact, the terminal requirements for success are very different. Is the 6mm Creedmoor the perfect deer cartridge for most folks, or does it leave a person under gunned? How important is spotting impacts for targets and game? Listen as we chat through the attributes of this petite powerhouse.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast

The Eastern Border
War in Ukraine: Episode 125

The Eastern Border

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 14:50


News about the war in Ukraine. Russian woes continue! Ammunition is scarce, morale is low...and people are going to prison.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Your Mountain
Lead Ammunition on Wildlife Refuges and the Colorado River Water Catastrophe

Your Mountain

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 88:13 Very Popular


Dave and Nephi end 2022 discussing some hot topics in conservation, including a Recovering America's Widlife Act update (update since recording: it didn't pass in 2022), and teeing up a needed deeper dive into the Montana Crazy Mountains access saga. They also discuss the resolution of a recent case brought by Center for Biological Diversity challenging lead use on wildlife refuges, which gets Nephi a bit fired up. Next, they give a 30,000 ft view of the Colorado River Compact, the river system, and the unprecedented drought that is pushing the west toward the biggest water war this country has ever seen. Tune in, and then join us for more new episodes in 2023!

Vortex Nation Podcast
#10MinuteTalk - 7mm PRC: There's a New PRC in Town

Vortex Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 28:07 Very Popular


The 7mm has been a long-time favorite for long-range shooting. So, it just makes sense Hornady added the 7mm PRC to the incredibly popular PRC family. Will it leave all the current 7mm's in its cartridge dust? If you're a 7mm fan, are your current rifles now obsolete? Will it be your new lucky-number-7 next fall? Tune in to find out.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast

The Wolf and Bull Podcast
Small Business, Coffee, and Government Imposition | FEAT. Kevin Ballentyne of Americano Ammunition Coffee

The Wolf and Bull Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 90:01


"America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination, and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand." - Harry S. Truman The defining identity of America, first formulated by Thomas Jefferson includes liberty, equality, justice, and humanity. America was founded on revolutionary ideals, transcendental ideology, and a commitment to what was believed to be the ultimate form of freedom. This worldview over the decades trickled into all areas of American culture, from business to entertainment, to religion. American culture and ingenuity are fueled by the desire to be great, a desire that we should never let burn out. Unfortunately, that desire to be great has been replaced by a desire for safety and comfort. Over the last few years, numerous small businesses and livelihoods were decimated. Be it through sickness, social choices, or government-caused economic disaster, unilateral decisions were made by the unaffected which restricted innovation, quality of service, achievement, and norms - be it social or economic. Many of these problems were caused by bureaucratic inefficiencies, unforeseeable events, and tragedy. Ultimately, the true magnitude of these decisions has yet to be fully understood. Time will tell. In episode 78, we had the pleasure of speaking with Kevin Ballentyne, owner of American Ammunition Coffee, an incredible small business located in Queen Creek, Arizona. We had a wonderful conversation about Kevin's business, its beginnings, and the current effects that the last few years have had on small businesses. It's a great conversation and we think you'll enjoy it! Serving true American patriots the means to defend their freedom, one caffeinated caliber at a time, Americano Ammunition Coffee is family owned and operated. They serve up patriotism, exceptional coffee, and ammo at their locally-owned shop and they're proud to serve superior coffee roasted in-house. They also offer a wide range of ammo in stock. If you need some excellent coffee or ammo, make sure to visit Americano Ammunition Coffee located at 1522 W Ocotillo Rd, Queen Creek, AZ, 85140. You can support Americano Ammunition Coffee via their website ammoandcoffee.com, their Instagram @americanoammunitioncoffee, and their Facebook, Americano Ammunition Coffee. Make sure to order their .338 Federal French Roast and their 9mm Medium Roast online, both of which are excellent! Make sure to also check out the Big Tin Cotton Gin, a historic wedding venue at 1572 W Ocotillo Rd, San Tan Valley, AZ 85140. It's the perfect venue if you're in need of a location for an event you're planning. Tune in every week for new episodes! If you'd like to support our podcast directly, you can do so here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolf-and-the-bull-podcast/support

Dragnet
The Lone Ranger - Ammunition for the Indians

Dragnet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 5:01


Vortex Nation Podcast
#10MinuteTalk - The .22 Mag: Valid Solution or Cartridge No-Man's Land?

Vortex Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 18:56 Very Popular


If bigger is better, the .22 Mag should be in every gun safe alongside or in place of the .22 Long. But it isn't. So where does this small but effective rimfire shine? Listen in to see if you need to add this mini-magnum to your cartridge repertoire.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast

Ballistic Chronicles
How To Be A Deer Hunter No. 5 with Ray Crow

Ballistic Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 39:01


We talk to Ray Crow of the Mule Deer Foundation. Ray is also director of operations for the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo and part owner of Arrowhead Wilderness Outfitters where I go to hunt black bear. We talk bear hunting in Minnesota and the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo in Salt Lake City and he tells the story of his hunt in southern Utah with a 257 Weatherby Magnum. 

Vortex Nation Podcast
#10MinuteTalk - 6.5 WBY RPM: You Can't Argue the Numbers

Vortex Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 19:09 Very Popular


In classic Weatherby form, the 6.5 RPM is built for speed! That's the only classic Weatherby thing about this cartridge. RPM stands for rebated precision magnum – a dramatic departure from their traditional offerings. Maximizing the efficiency of 6.5mm bullets, as well as the entire Mark V 6-lug action, should it be more popular? We think so! Tune in to hear all about this modern-cartridge marvel.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast

Ballistic Chronicles
Stalked By A Mountain Lion

Ballistic Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 50:08


Hunting deer in the late season, the sun is coming up, it's a cold frosty morning in western Oregon. Outdoor writer Troy Rodakowski had a muzzleloader across his lap when he saw the cougar. It turned and began to stalk him. This is what happened next. You can catch Troy Rodakowski on Instagram at @troyoutdoors

Highlights from Ukraine
24 Dec: Millions of Ukrainians celebrate Christmas, Russia killed 10 civilians in attack at Kherson, Russia experiences shortage of ammunition

Highlights from Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 4:53


Merry Christmas! Latest news from 24 December 2022, as reported in the Ukrainian media. Easy ways to support us: Subscribe to our Patreon to give monthly support https://www.patreon.com/highlightsfromukraine Send us a one-time 'thank you' tip via PayPal at: highlightsfromukraine@gmail.com. Special thanks to our top Patreon supporters - Helena Pszczolko O'Callaghan, Pete Carroll, mattg629 and krissi!

Geopolitics Decanted by Silverado
How Dwindling Ammunition Stocks Could Decide the Outcome of the War

Geopolitics Decanted by Silverado

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 46:53


Dmitri Alperovitch talks with Russian military expert Michael Kofman about: - Why this war may be decided by which side can stretch their ammunition supplies the longest - Putin's visit to Belarus and whether a new Russian offensive may be coming soon - 3 areas in which Russian military has been outclassed by Ukrainian forces - How Russian Military Intelligence (GRU) has performed in this conflict - Whether Surovikin is the best military commander Russia has had thus far in this war - What impact the delivery of Patriots batteries might have on Ukrainian air defense - The importance of the partisan warfare Ukrainians are conducting against Russian logistics in the south

Ballistic Chronicles
Big Game Journaling For Terminal Performance

Ballistic Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 27:33


We talk about the North American Model of Wildlife Management and conservation and the importance of journaling. If you're a lifelong hunter or you plan to be, I encourage you to keep a journal. Leland Brown is the non-lead hunting education coordinator for the Oregon Zoo, based in Portland Oregon, educating hunters about non-lead options. In this interview we talk about a study he has initiated. If you tagged a big game animal this year, you can participate. Click on www.bit.ly/ammoperformance. 

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.21.22 (MP3): Gearhead Stuff = The Return of Undercar Neon & Spinners, Snowy Railbed Roundhouse Adventures, Reciprocating Saws & Returning Thieves, + Too Much Wheel or Too Little Skill Makes Parade Floats Dangerous (w/ Rock & Roll, Beer, &am

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 58:29


So much to upload - sorry, so busy...  Garage Hour is on it, though, so don't 'fraid dat: we've got a goodly gearhead glob of geeksauce here.  Undercar neon, roundhouses for parking your locomotive and your caboose, sawzalls and reciprocating burglars, driverless cabs, moralless robots, reliabilityless Fords, and the Novembre open-wheel Pike's Peak hillclimber for sale.  There's more car-guy stuff: emergency brakes versus parking brakes, and the mechanical peril posed by wheel and tire choices combined with pulling a parade float while undertalented. As for the spice, there's much to enjoy: Rammsetin, Black Nasa, Alabama Thunderpussy, Monster Magnet, Nation of Fear, QOTSA, Wo Fat, as well as cohosts of note Gerhart Klimeck and Dirty Dave.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.21.22: Gearhead Stuff = The Return of Undercar Neon & Spinners, Snowy Railbed Roundhouse Adventures, Reciprocating Saws & Returning Thieves, + Too Much Wheel or Too Little Skill Makes Parade Floats Dangerous (w/ Rock & Roll, Beer, & ED

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 58:29


So much to upload - sorry, so busy...  Garage Hour is on it, though, so don't 'fraid dat: we've got a goodly gearhead glob of geeksauce here.  Undercar neon, roundhouses for parking your locomotive and your caboose, sawzalls and reciprocating burglars, driverless cabs, moralless robots, reliabilityless Fords, and the Novembre open-wheel Pike's Peak hillclimber for sale.  There's more car-guy stuff: emergency brakes versus parking brakes, and the mechanical peril posed by wheel and tire choices combined with pulling a parade float while undertalented. As for the spice, there's much to enjoy: Rammsetin, Black Nasa, Alabama Thunderpussy, Monster Magnet, Nation of Fear, QOTSA, Wo Fat, as well as cohosts of note Gerhart Klimeck and Dirty Dave.

Tim Andersen, The Appraiser's Advocate Podcast
USPAP and Ammunition – TAA Podcast 097

Tim Andersen, The Appraiser's Advocate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 9:25


USPAP and ammunition?  What does that mean?  We appraisers have made it too easy for our critics to shoot at us.  Not only that, we appraisers supply our critics with the ammunition!  One of the major points of contention we have with our critics is that since appraisers determine a property's value then, in neighborhoods of color, why can't we determine a higher number?  After all, it is clear we appraisers determine value.  Why is that clear?  Because we say so in our reports.  What do we say?  We say, "...the purpose of this appraisal is to determine the subject's market value...", so by our own admission we determine value.  But the problem is, we don't determine value.  That is a function of the market, not the appraiser.  Our critics are wrong.  But we've supplied them with all the ammunition they need. USPAP and ammunition to our critics?  USPAP gives us the solution to this problem.  Look at the definition of a real estate appraisal.  It is the process we go through to develop an opinion of value.  There is nothing in that definition about determining anything.  So USPAP gives us the ammunition to shoot back at our critics.  Since USPAP makes it clear we develop a value opinion, then let's say so in our appraisal reports! When it comes to USPAP and ammunition, USPAP really lends a hand against our critics.  USPAP provides us with the ammunition we need to fire back!  How?  Listen to this podcast.  You'll find out!  Really, its straightforward.  Thanks for listening!  

Shooting Straight Radio Podcast
Zep! And interview With Sicarios

Shooting Straight Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 38:15


Royce sits down with Fernando "Zep" Zepierri, co-owner of Sicarios Gun Shop in Melbourne, Florida, and they discuss all manner of things about guns, ammo, and other such essential items.Zep comes from a 21-year career with Orange County Sheriff's Office in Florida, and now follows his passion for firearms with co-owner of Sicarios and good friend, Kern.Tune in and share!The American Police Hall of Fame Museum and Shooting Center (open to public), Law Enforcement and Civilian TrainingThe Gun Site 9-Lane 25 yard indoor Shooting Range, Gun Store, Training classesFreedom Guns Firearms, Ammunition, Accessories, Training classes Siggarman Buyer and Seller of new and used firearms 561-445-0429Don't forget to catch Voice of the Blue podcast, hosted by Royce, and produced by the American Police Hall of Fame.Voice of the Blue (buzzsprout.com)

Leader of The Pack Podcast
#38. Taking Aim. Discussing the Ammunition Industry with Jason Vanderbrink, President of Ammunition at Vista Outdoor.

Leader of The Pack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 59:37


A Zoom sit-down conversation with Jason Vanderbrink (JV), President of Ammunition at Vista Outdoor. Michigan native, Jason shares over the next hour with Duluth Pack's CEO, Tom Sega, about his diverse roles leading him to be the helm of a powerful and worldwide recognized company. Now at the pinnacle of his career, Jason leads all ammunition sales and business for Vista Outdoor which includes the brands; Federal Premium Ammunition, Remington, CCI, Spear, and HEVI-Shot. Jason discusses his humble beginnings, which taught him a strong work ethic and no excuse approach to life. He shares his original dreams of being in the Secret Service, where he first had an internship experience. As Jason speaks, he discusses his growing passion for business and how he began working his way throughout the industry, which lead him to become the respected leader and boss he is today. JV wraps up the conversation with discussing supply chain issues for the ammunition world, conservation, and finishes with details about celebrating Federal Premium Ammunition's 100thcompany anniversary. Jason is the definition of a leader, and it was a true privilege to host him. Enjoy this week's episode of Leader of the Pack; a podcast by Duluth Pack. Learn More About Vista Outdoor at vistaoutdoor.com. Support American Jobs, Buy American Made at www.duluthpack.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/duluth-pack/support