Podcasts about mcmuffins

  • 51PODCASTS
  • 53EPISODES
  • 59mAVG DURATION
  • 5WEEKLY NEW EPISODES
  • Sep 1, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about mcmuffins

Latest podcast episodes about mcmuffins

You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night
Flash The Pan: Smuggled McMuffins, chocolate shortage, and weird new flavors

You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 42:49


(S7 E17) Kate and Rick have lots of breaking news in this episode of Flash in the Pan. From a Halloween candy shortage by one of your favorite vendors, to Top Chef, to food smuggling, the hottest and craziest food news items are coming your way. What does Hulu's new show The Bear have to do with food? Exactly how close will famed English chef Gordon Ramsey and Rick get in the coming months? They also tackle the latest Tik Tok food sensation and why you may want to buy olive oil sooner rather than later! In the What I Ate section, a tasty quinoa bake and a cauli-cheese - that's right, a cauli-cheese and you'll have to tune in to find out what that is.  . . . . . You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night is the ongoing conversation by Kate DeVore and Rick Fiori about their endeavor to be and stay healthy in a really tasty world with kindness and compassion towards themselves and others. Perfect if you are interested in: food, eating, diet, weight loss, weight management, health, fitness, compassion, kindness, meditation, mindfulness, humor, comedy, friendship, weight gain, foodie, podcasts, healthy eating.

layovers ✈︎ air travel and commercial aviation
118 LAP — Victorville overfly, 2bn Emirates refresh, Star losing Lufthansa, taxiing EWR for 9hrs, Windsor Suites, smuggling McMuffins

layovers ✈︎ air travel and commercial aviation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 118:16


No, the other La Paz — the Southern/Baja California Alex Hunter 2022 Tour, with Megan as a VERY supporting avgeek act (aka Alex is the supporting act, Megan is the star, but you all knew that already). Emirates refreshes its fleet on a crazy tight clockwork upgrade schedule. Air France reveals its PORTE FRANCAISE* business seats (*French door). Lufthansa loses a star, and its general shine in a summer of strikes and chaos (those Philippines Airlines aircrafts won't be enough, guys). Don't try to smuggle McMuffins in Australia, even if you had to wait hours to no end in Bali. No more fuel after United taxies EWR for 9.5 hours (is that worse or better than Vueling?). Yes, yes, Paul knows, it was a 350 on the pic he posted on Instagram, not a Dreamliner (he's going to hear about this until the end of time, won't he?).

Disney World And Beyond with The Gold Key Adventurers Society

And now, news! New entertainment spooks its way into Magic Kingdom for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World, plus Merida is back greeting guests at Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland, renewing your passport online, contraband McMuffins, flights are getting cheaper, and surviving a shark attack!   Don't forget, we're trying something new this summer, and releasing our news segment and theme park segment as two individual episodes. This helps spread all the great content we cover out over the week so you don't miss us as much in between episodes, and also makes it easier to listen back to episodes in the future, without dated and irrelevant news stories. We hope. Make sure you're subscribed to the show on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcatcher app, and that our show is set to automatically download. And let us know what you think about our new format! 2 exciting new entertainment additions have been announced for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party! The Zombies 3 Zom-Beats Bash will be moving to Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe, and Max Goof will be cosplaying as Powerline and leading a totally 90s pre-parade dance party https://bit.ly/MKZombiesAndPowerline  Merida meet and greet reopens at Magic Kingdom https://bit.ly/MeetMeridaInMagicKingdom  US begins pilot program to allow online passport renewal https://bit.ly/OnlinePassportRenewal  Declare those McMuffins at customs, people! https://cnn.it/3Cfn1J0  Airfare to drop 40% in fall 2022, according to Hopper https://abcn.ws/3bXHOpM  How To Survive a Shark Attack https://cnn.it/3CsjxDl  As always, a huge thank you to our sponsor, Key to the World Travel. For all your travel needs, Key to the World's expert travel advisors are standing by. Make sure you tell them the Gold Key Adventurers sent you!   Proud to be a Feedspot Top 100 Disney Podcast! https://bit.ly/GKASFeedSpotDisney    Thanks to Outer Vibe for the use of their song Hoka Hey off of the album Hoka Hey as the intro and outro of our show. For tour dates, merch, music and more, check them out at www.outervibe.com.   Don't forget to  subscribe to the show to make sure you don't miss a single week of adventure. While you're at it, how about leaving us a rating and review?   Word of mouth is the best way for us to grow our society of intrepid adventurers-if you have a friend or two who might enjoy our particular brand of adventure and silliness, send them our way.   The Gold Key Adventurers Society is always looking for new members! Find all our episodes, links and info at https://www.goldkeyadventurers.com. Make sure you follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GoldKeyAdventurersSociety, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/gkaspodcast, and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/GKASPodcast.    Show The Gold Key Adventurers some love by buying the hosts a coffee (or two or ten?) at https://bit.ly/KofiDonateToGKAS   Better yet, try one of Expedition Roasters' delicious theme park and pop culture inspired flavored coffees! Using our affiliate link will help keep the Gold Key Adventurers caffeinated and making great content for you! https://bit.ly/ExpeditionRoastersGKAS    Remember, life is short and the world is wide. So go have an adventure!  

The Tom and Frenchy Podcast
#198 - Mistaking Lizzo For Precious w/ Ken Rodrigues

The Tom and Frenchy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 100:20


We also chat about; Warriors' ‘shoey' fan cops lifetime ban, Nando's apologizes for giving woman voucher after she was hospitalized coughing up blood following meal and a passenger fined $2665 after two undeclared McMuffins found in luggage.Send us a voicemail! https://www.speakpipe.com/tomandfrenchyJOIN OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/tomandfrenchySupport the show & CHECK OUT OUR FRESH MERCH - https://shop.spreadshirt.com/tom-and-frenchyWe also have incredible social media accountsFrenchy's:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SungaAttackInsta: http://instagram.com/sungaattackTwitter: https://twitter.com/sungaattackSnapchat: SungaAttackTom's stuff:Snapchat: roundaboutcrewTwitter: @roundaboutcrewInsta: @roundaboutcrew and @tomoarmstronghttps://www.facebook.com/roundaboutcrewSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/tomandfrenchy. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Geeks in Space
Space Sausage, Sandman, Roadhouse & Max Headroom Reboots, Prey GIS736

Geeks in Space

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 45:54


RobChrisRob synchronized their communication arrays once again to talk about the John Wick 4 teaser, The Sandman on Netflix, Max Headroom & Roadhouse reboots, the Russians leaving or staying on the ISS, the Saudi Arabia plan to build a giant sideways building that just doesn't make sense, getting fined for internationally distributing McMuffins, Tesla remotely cutting battery life, Warners Batgirl announcement, the Alien TV Series, the Prey movie, the Michigan bigfoot convention, and keeping spam under lock & key...

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,264 - Airline passenger fined nearly $2,000 after dog finds undeclared McMuffins in luggage

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 12:36


The unnamed person traveling from Indonesia to Australia was fined $2,664 Australian dollars ($1,874 in American dollars) after the trio of McDonald's breakfast sandwiches were found in their luggage on arriving at Darwin Airport, Australia's Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry reported.The incident took place on the heels of Australian authorities implementing new biosecurity rules after a Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) outbreak in Indonesia spread to Bali, multiple outlets reported.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
416: Man Fined $1,874 For Flying With McMuffins | True Crime Today

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:38


An airport fined a traveler $1,874 for two McMuffins after they were discovered in his luggage Miami man pleads guilty to mailing $10,000 to have ex-girlfriend's new lover killed Taco Bell Manager Throws 'Boiling Water' On Customers Caught On CCTV Chicago man accused of wounding girlfriend, fatally shooting her stepfather during his birthday party If you like Dark Side Of - Be sure to search and subscribe to "Dark Side Of" wherever you download podcasts! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-dark-history/id1504280230?uo=4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0GYshi6nJCf3O0aKEBTOPs Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-ghost-stories-online-2/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-disturbing-stories iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/270-Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-Tru-60800715 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/565dc51b-d214-4fab-b38b-ae7c723cb79a/Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-True-Crime-Dark-History Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwMDEyNjAucnNz Or Search "Dark Side Of" for the best in True Crime ANYWHERE you get podcasts! Support the show at http://www.darksidepod.com

The Two Bobs Podcast
TTB189: Hot Circle of Garbage

The Two Bobs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 57:57


The Two Bobs episode 189 for Monday, August 8, 2022: What are The Bobs drinking? Rob enjoyed a Deleterious Vanilla from Odd Side. https://untappd.com/b/odd-side-ales-deleterious-vanilla/3489067 Robert took down a Blueberry Cobbler Muffin from Great Notion. https://untappd.com/b/great-notion-brewing-blueberry-cobbler-muffin/3433561 Follow us on Untapped at @PhilRoberts33 and @lowercaserobert or we'll force feed you cat food. There's a craft beer shortage. Fuck. https://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/craft-beer-breweries-shutting-down-carbon-dioxide-shortage-rcna41346 This week's CRAZY NEWS is ___________. I can't think of anything clever so do it your damn self. (You don't tell me what to do. -Robert) Utah man—probably Mormon—started a forest fire trying to kill a spider with a lighter. https://www.ksl.com/article/50450452/utah-man-trying-to-kill-spider-with-lighter-started-springville-wildfire-police-say An airline passenger was fined trying to smuggle undeclared McMuffins across the border. https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/passenger-fined-after-undeclared-mcmuffins-found-in-luggage/index.html Fancy Feast just opened a restaurant for humans. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/fancy-feast-human-restaurant-launch_n_62e605f8e4b006483a9e26bf A woman in VA was surprised to find a snake inside a popcorn bag at the grocery store. No, “snake” isn't a euphemism for penis. https://www.fox5dc.com/news/virginia-woman-discovers-snake-inside-bag-of-popcorn-at-grocery-store This abuela requested her grave adorned with a gigantic cock and balls. https://www.vice.com/en/article/wxnnqw/mexico-dick-tombstone Nickelback is destroying the world. This guy was locked up after throwing a beer bottle at a bartender who changed Led Zeppelin to Nickelback on the jukebox. https://dailynewsreported.com/car-wax/man-locked-up-after-throwing-beer-bottle-at-bartender-who-changed-led-zeppelin-to-nickelback-on-the-jukebox/ Please share the show with your friends, and don't forget to subscribe! Visit www.thetwobobs.com for our contact information. Thanks for listening! Leave us a message or text us at 530-882-BOBS (530-882-2627) Join us on all the social things: Follow us on Twitter Check out our Instagram Follow Rob on Untappd Follow Robert on Untappd The Two Bobs Podcast is © The Two Bobs.  For more information, see our Who are The Two Bobs? page, or check our Contact page.  Words, views, and opinions are our own and do not represent those of our friends, family, or our employers, unless otherwise noted.  Music for The Two Bobs was provided by JewelBeat.  

My2CentsPodcast
Warning (Ep.86)

My2CentsPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 65:09


Topics: R.I.P Bill Russell, Nichelle Nichols, Mary Alice (4:54) My2Cents on Monkeypox declared a public health emergency (9:16) My2Cents on America response to killing Al-Qaida leader (14:35) My2Cents on China having issues with America over Taiwan visit (19:36) My2Cents on Brittney Griner sentenced and will there be a trade (24:08) My2Cents on passenger fined $1,846 for McMuffins (31:00) My2Cents on Breonna Taylor death finally getting justice (33:45) My2Cents on No charges for officer who pepper sprayed Army lieutenant (38:30) My2Cents on a family of 5 dead in Orlando (43:25) My2Cents on Naomi Judd cut Daughters out of Will (50:34) My2Cents on Prince Estate will be split in Half (56:17) My2Cents on HBO Max being no more within the next year (1:00:55)   Ending Music: Kanye West – Jesus Lord (Instrumental) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Twitter: @My2Podcast Instagram: my2centspodcastg2 YouTube: My2CentsPodcast Business email: my2centspod@yahoo.com

Plane Talking UK's Podcast
Episode 421 - Muffin Anyone?

Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 130:06


Join Carlos, Nev and Matt for this week's Show. In this week's show Ryanair sets a new record, one passenger takes a wizz after seeing there phone bill & another passenger eats a VERY expensive McMuffin.    And in the Military this week the US Special Operations Command chooses a new armed overwatch platform and a large portion of the world's fighter fleet is grounded. Don't forget you can get in touch with us all at : WhatsApp +44 757 22 491 66 Email podcast@planetalkinguk.com or comment in our chatroom on YouTube. Here are the links to the stories we featured this week : COMMERCIAL Southampton Airport runway expansion will go ahead https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-62381000 Ryanair sets new passenger record https://www.irishtimes.com/business/2022/08/03/ryanair-sets-new-passenger-record-after-almost-17-million-flew-with-airline-in-july/ British Airways is about to pause sales of long-haul flights to destinations such as New York as the airline battles disruption at Heathrow. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2022/08/03/british-airways-cant-rule-ban-long-haul-ticket-sales-heathrow/  What Happens When an Airline Tug Jack-knifes With a Jet in Tow https://www.thedrive.com/news/watch-what-happens-when-an-airline-tug-jackknifes-with-a-jet-in-tow Emirates returns to Stansted Airport with daily long-haul service to Dubai https://www.bishopsstortfordindependent.co.uk/business/emirates-dubai-service-returns-to-stansted-airport-as-deman-9267203/ Passenger Fined Over $1,800 Over a Couple of McMuffins in His Luggage https://www.foodandwine.com/news/australian-airline-mcmuffin-fineAirline Finland set to test mobile app that will let passengers travel paper-free https://www.euronews.com/travel/2022/08/03/digital-passports-finland-set-to-test-mobile-app-that-will-let-passengers-travel-paper-fre Three taken to hospital after light aircraft crashes at Cotswold Airport https://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/2022-08-04/plane-crashes-after-overshooting-the-runway-at-cotswold-airport London City Airport to reach 3 million passenger mark as numbers soar https://www.cityam.com/london-city-airport-to-reach-3-million-passenger-mark-as-numbers-soar/ Wizz Air passengers get '£80 phone bill' after calling £1.45 a minute helpline to try and get a refund https://www.mylondon.news/lifestyle/travel/gatwick-wizz-air-passengers-80-24652154 MILITARY US Special Operations Command chooses L3Harris' Sky Warden for Armed Overwatch effort https://www.defensenews.com/air/2022/08/01/us-special-operations-command-chooses-l3harris-sky-warden-for-armed-overwatch-effort/ Rescuers on the Rio Grande: Coast Guard team saves lives at the border https://www.dvidshub.net/news/426256/rescuers-rio-grande-coast-guard-team-saves-lives-border?fbclid=IwAR1JDl5hXMe59GbC8bkEcfWlaUat9YCFcileuxDpgpioADeL64H7Lomu9fM&fs=e&s=cl The Air Force is grounding the majority of its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter fleet today, due to a faulty component inside its ejection seat that could prevent the pilot from being able to safely egress from the aircraft during an emergency, Breaking Defense has learned. https://www.unionleader.com/news/military/air-force-grounds-almost-300-training-planes-as-ejection-seat-safety-concerns-spread/article_8d2f85d8-bcae-5a65-b0e5-6089460ba56b.html https://breakingdefense.com/2022/07/air-force-grounding-f-35s-over-ejection-seat-concerns/

The Coconuts Podcast
An eggs-istential crisis in Malaysia + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | August 4, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 40:44


Chicken shortages are never fun, but after months of short supply, Malaysia now apparently has an oversupply of poultry in the country. This chicken crisis is making us go ‘What the bok?' so Coconuts KL reporter Aminah Farid joins us to shed some light on the situation. Tune in! Other stories include: Yahoo!, Steam, PayPal now accessible in Indonesia as IT Ministry feels the heat | Hong Kong gov't advisors recommend Covid-19 vaccines for children as young as six months old | 2 killed after U-turn bridge on Rama II Road collapses | Carmelite nuns slam Maid in Malacañang movie for ‘malicious' depiction of them playing mahjong at height of 1986 revolution | Macca-scuse me? Australian fined AUD2,664 over undeclared McMuffins bought in Bali | Tiesto and Zedd to headline ZoukOut Singapore in December WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

The Tom and Curley Show
Hour 4: What's Wrong With Having Competitive Kids?

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:17


6PM - What's Wrong With Having Competitive Kids? // McMuffins stashed in backpack cost traveler almost $2,000 in fines // More people are opting to get sterilized — and some are being turned away // Kelly Hughes, the first SI Swim model to bare her C-section scar, reacts to negative comments on social media // Woman who moved into her CAR after struggling to pay rent and ‘constantly stressing over money' documents her 'weird' lifestyle - from showering in gyms to covering her windows while she sleeps // It looks like China does have access to U.S. TikTok user dataSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Wednesday, August 3rd 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 203:18


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about some American cookie consumption statistics, a traveler fined $1,874 for two undeclared McMuffins found in luggage, Tiger Woods turns down $800 million offer to play golf, the oldest celebrities people still find attractive, elderly signs that the show needs to call it quits, a guy started a 40 acre wild fire trying to burn a spider, the ‘Brazilian Hulk” passed away, a couple together for 12 years in a unique cuckhold relationship, a city treasurer busted browsing porn at the city library, a war museum in Poland had to ask people to quit having sex there, a guy that bought 100 shares in Nintendo just to ask a shareholders a question, a dude pulled a Dollar General cigarette heist, bands that have sold the most concert tickets, and more!

Le Boost! de Gatineau-Ottawa
Émission 2 août: Un gros défi dans la Zone Brown, des McMuffins à 2000$, la fin de Kiss? La meilleure pizza en région selon vous et plus encore!

Le Boost! de Gatineau-Ottawa

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 40:19


Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
8/2 2-2 Smuggling McMuffins

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:24


Oops.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

CNN News Briefing
6 AM ET: Taliban hid al-Zawahiri, Italy's racism conversation, $1,900 McDonald's breakfast & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:29


We begin this episode with questions raised about who knew that al Qaeda's leader was in Kabul and for how long. The US is warning China not to escalate tensions over Nancy Pelosi's trip to Taiwan - we'll bring you the details. Meanwhile, a federal judge has sentenced a man who brought a gun to the January 6 attack. A horrific video of a Nigerian man being beaten to death in Italy is sparking outcries and conversations on racism. And, why you should always declare your McMuffins at customs. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

HORSE
Ep. 107: Stuntin' With 46 Dollars

HORSE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:20


Full Court Press: Miles Bridges' Misconduct, Liz Cambage Leaves The Sparks & NBA Free Agency 3-on-3: Kevin Durant's Three Best Basketball/Non-Basketball Tweets Of 2022 That Actually Happened: Schubes Sat Courtside For Sue Bird vs Diana Taurasi!!! And Also: Kerfuffles, Ceph Sturry, Spoonerisms, Pig Latin, Unicorns & Rainbows, Scuttlebutt, Tangled, AITA, Back To The Future, The New Media, Contradiction Bread, KD Trey Cinco, Charge It To The Game, MySpace, Demon Time, KEVINBALLA33, Young Thug, Jersey Shore, Legacy Points, Birthdays Vs Bird Days, Big Chunky Tamales, Pancho Villa, McMuffins, The Dry Foot, Commoner's Entrance, White Zinfandel, No-Look High Fives, GANB!!! Sponsor: BetterHelp: Get matched easily with a licensed, board-accredited counselor today. More than 3000 therapists with 38 million+ counseling sessions are ready to help you! Get 10% off your first month at www.betterhelp.com/horse. Find Us Online - website: horsehoops.com - patreon: patreon.com/horsehoops - twitter: twitter.com/horse_hoops - instagram: instagram.com/horsehoops - facebook: facebook.com/horsehoops - multitude: multitude.productions HORSE is hosted by Mike Schubert and Adam Mamawala. Created by Eric Silver and Mike Schubert. Edited by Mischa Stanton. Theme song by Bettina Campomanes. Art by Allyson Wakeman. Website by Kelly Schubert. About Us On HORSE, we don't analyze wins and losses. We talk beefs, dig into Internet drama, and have fun. The NBA is now a 365-day league and it's never been more present in pop culture. From Kevin Durant's burner accounts to LeBron taking his talents anywhere to trusting the Process, the NBA is becoming a pop culture requirement. At the same time, sports can have gatekeepers that make it insular and frustrating for people who aren't die hard fans. We're here to prove that basketball is entertaining to follow for all fans, whether you're actively watching the games or not. Recently featured in The New York Times!

WilmsFront
TNE 66 Screeching Voices

WilmsFront

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:11


It's been a week of screeching voices by those claiming they are for inclusion and are speaking for others. I see through the latest virtue campaigns by the divisive identitarians on Tim's News Explosion.  It's been a week of screeching voices by those claiming they are for inclusion and are speaking for others. I see through the latest virtue campaigns by the divisive identitarians on Tim's News Explosion. There was a rare victory for people power pushback in Victoria with the Shrine of Remembrance CEO Dean Lee canceling plans yesterday to light up the shrine in rainbow flag colors which he said was to honor LGBTIQ+ veterans. Lee who has never served himself claimed the cancellation was due to ‘threats' and ‘abuse' against Shrine staff. RSL Victoria which was not consulted over the rainbow lights, its President Robert Webster said that a ‘threat' he received was that 10,000 veterans would march on the shrine to stop the rainbow lights. The Shrine did still raise the corrupted rainbow flag which has black and poo brown stripes. Voice of a Veteran Founder and SAS war veteran Heston Russell summed it up perfectly that the shrine is to honor Australian military service and sacrifice and not about the individual identities of the people to sign up to defend and serve Australia. Despite the shrine backlash, the Andrews Government is funding more LGBTIQ+ events with Equality Minister Harriet Shing announcing $220k of taxpayers' money for new grants. Anthony Albanese unveiled the wording of the question he proposes to put to the Australian people at a referendum to enshrine an Aboriginal and Torress Straight Islander Voice to Parliament at the Garma festival. Parliament would have the authority to decide how the Voice is assembled and operates. Polling from the Australia Institute claims that 65% of Australians support the voice. While the Coalition's Shadow Indigenous Affairs Minister Julian Leeser supports the voice new Indigniuous Senator Jacinta Price's slammed the lack of detail about how the voice will actually operate and that process is being led by Indigenous elites. Greens Senator for Victoria Lidia Thorpe called the Queen a colonizer when she was taking her oath of office. She was instructed by Senate President Sue Lines to take the oath as it is printed, which Thorpe did after her stunt so she would be officially a Senator and therefore receive her 200k+ salary from the taxpayer. The first monkeypox deaths outside of Africa during the western outbreak have been recorded with 2 in Spain, and 1 each in Brazil and India. There has been a foot and mouth disease biosecurity breach at Darwin airport with a returning traveler from Bail being fined $2664 for failing to declare egg and beef sausage McMuffins and ham and cheese croissant in their luggage. Joe Biden has had a covid rebound infection after taking Pfizer's Paxlovid oral antivirals which also occurred to Dr Anthony Fauci when he had covid. In the UK the final two Conservative Leadership contenders Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss had to react to a collapsing moderator Kate McCann during their recent debate on Talk TV. Julius Malema leader of the South African black supremacist Economic Freedom Fighters Party has again openly condoned violence against white people. Email: me@timwilms.comMessage: https://t.me/timwilms Wilms Front Links:Entropy: https://entropystream.live/app/wilmsfrontWebsite: http://timwilms.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/wilmsfrontMinds: https://www.minds.com/timwilmsGab: https://gab.com/timwilmsTelegram: https://t.me/wilmsfrontParler: https://parler.com/profile/timwilms/ Support the Show:Membership: http://www.theunshackled.net/membershipDonate: https://www.theunshackled.net/donate/Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheUnshackled Other Unshackled Productions:Trad Tasman Talk: https://www.theunshackled.net/ttt/Report From Tiger Mountain: http://reportfromtigermountain.com/ Other Unshackled Links:Website: https://www.theunshackled.netFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TUnshackledTwitter: https://twitter.com/Un_shackledGab: https://gab.ai/theunshackledTelegram: https://t.me/theunshackledMinds: https://www.minds.com/The_UnshackledMeWe: https://mewe.com/p/theunshackled Music and Graphics by James Fox HigginsVoice Over by Morgan MunroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Post Podcast
Area leaders tour FHSU campus

The Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:31


On this episode of the Post Podcast, Hays Chamber president and CEO Sarah Wasinger, shares details of the 2022 Community Cruise.   Transcript: EDITORS NOTE: Transcripts are provided by an automated service and are not verified for accuracy.   James Bell  Area officials will tour Fort Hays State University campus this week from the Hays Chamber president and CEO Sarah Wasinger stops by to share the details on this episode of the Post Podcast.   Sarah Wasinger  So for many people, they may not know what the community cruises and we're calling this one community cruise for today's edition, because we're doing it a little bit different format. So the community Cruise is usually when the downtown Hays Development Corporation grow haze, the haze Convention and Visitor's Bureau and the chamber and haze, of course, get together to take our elected officials and community leaders across town. And we show them all the different projects and things going on. Because there's been so much growth and development on the Fort Hays State University campus over the past several years, we thought how cool would it be to kind of re think that I did just a little bit this year. So we're inviting those folks onto campus today. And we'll have some presentations from our partnering agency directors that I just named, and talk about what things are going on within our organizations and some of the projects we've been working on. And then we'll also give folks an opportunity to just kind of visit with one another but such a neat event.   James Bell  Yeah, I love that. You know, and we were kind of joking. Some of us here in the office the other day about about these events, because it's kind of it seems like on the surface, you know, Hayes's let's be real. It's not the smallest of towns, but it's a small town. And like, what else could there be deceived? But then you think about and you actually get in on these things, and you get driving around. And absolutely, there's so much going on that you don't even recognize and you're absolutely right for his campus, holy smokes, talk about some work that they've done. It's like that's like a whole new campus from when I went   Sarah Wasinger  there. I know, I don't barely recognize that myself anymore. I'm like, this would have been really cool when I was going to school. So. But I'm so excited that our students in our community and those who come to visit us from out of state, really have such a wonderful campus to enjoy. So they do a great job, just highlighting everything. And Jason Willoughby has been wonderful to work with. And a big shout out to Melissa Dixon. She's kind of taken the reins for organizing this year's cruise with him. Lunch will be provided by the Fort Hays State University Foundation, so people will be treated to that. It is kind of an invitation event. So we do have I believe media invited as well to cover that. So I'm not sure if there will be a Post story about that. I do believe there will be well, there'll be a guy named James Bell.   James Bell  No, it's not me. I'm going to be here. I wish I could. I love going to those things. But you guys, you planned it too early. So next year, keep that in mind. early afternoon works better for me. Okay. Duly noted. That's the most important thing. It's can James go, can James. No. But there will be a haze poster story up there. Christina Janie, who's doing news for us this morning here on the eagle morning show. I'm sure we'll be getting that up maybe tomorrow or Thursday. So it'd be great to see   Sarah Wasinger  Perfect. Well, we look forward to seeing her. One thing I do enjoy. And what people should know is, you know, our elected officials work really hard to do a good job representing us. This gives them an opportunity to kind of be in the same room together. And there's something to be said about breaking bread with your fellow community leaders and elected officials and just making sure that everybody has a good idea of what things are going on in Hayes, I think when we can all be on the same page, and we can kind of get our gears turning in the same direction we can achieve more together.   James Bell  Absolutely. And you know, I think there's something to be said too, about the informal events. You know, when you're when you're only interact in these settings where you know, you've got business to do there's something on the agenda. You don't get to, you know, have fun and enjoy those people. And once you make those connections, and you have that ability, I think it you know, it serves the community better when those leaders are and maybe not friends but friendly.   Sarah Wasinger  Yes, absolutely. Well, ironically enough, I've been with the Chamber now full time since July of 2019. We were we usually do this event in April. And so I've not had a community cruise in my capacity yet. So this is my first one. Oh, I'm Melissa Dixon and I were both talking. She's like this might be the first one I remember. She said maybe I was a part of one. And I just don't remember, it was just so long ago. And I think this thing could be said for Doug Williams too. So we're definitely excited. So to our community leaders if we, you know, put our feet or miles or do something differently than what you're accustomed to give us just a little bit of grace as this is our first time putting this together.   James Bell  Well, and maybe maybe it's time for a little change, do a little different. Get some new ideas in   Sarah Wasinger  there. Maybe next year, we'll bring the best back and get the band back together and go tour.   James Bell  There you go. There you go. Well, Sara, before we run out of time, we got to talk about some of the events because you got a lot going on this week. As always, you always busy down at the chamber but there's some really cool stuff going on this week. Yes, this   Sarah Wasinger  week is jam packed with a wonderful selection of events for people to participate in should they choose Wednesday, July 27 at 4:30pm are hazy and professionals member development committee will be meeting at defiance this downtown location so definitely come and check that out. Thursday, July 28 at 1pm. We talked about this last week in greater detail but higher pass On the LS county educators roundtable we'll be going on. That's just a great way for educators to learn about higher pas and how they might be able to utilize that programming in their classroom. But event is free to attend. And it will be at brief space in the basement conference room. So if you plan on attending that, please be sure to park in front of the brief space location. And then we're going to be doing the same type of event at 3pm. That same day, July 28. But that will be a higher pass Ellis County Business Roundtable. So business owners can figure out how they can utilize higher pass to attract workforce, which obviously is something that everybody is struggling with right now. And it may not provide immediate relief, but it's definitely something that people can add to their toolkit to help them be successful. Yeah.   James Bell  And I would think anything you can get in that toolkit right now is helpful.   Sarah Wasinger  Absolutely. Any visibility is usually good visibility, as they say, in marketing. And then Friday, July 29, at 9am. We'll be having our ribbon cutting and chamber chat with the fhsu inaugural TGIF, so Tiger year on Friday Partner of the Year, and we will be hosting that at the sunflower bank North location. So please be sure to join us for that. And then since it is last week of the month, we'll of course be having our membership lunch on Friday, July 29, as well, that will be held at noon at Smoky Hill Country Club that will be sponsored by sunflower bank. And um to kind of round the week out for folks who maybe can't attend those roundtables. Kristin Brighton, who will be our featured guest speaker at those roundtable, higher pass discussions will actually be talking about hire pas in general and kind of sharing some videos with those in attendance. And they're really cool. They're called those Colker videos that we talked about last week. So be sure to register for that. Yesterday was technically the deadline, but I'm sure if you treat the staff really nicely today and call in before noon, they'd be able to get you in, um, RSVP.   James Bell  Very cool. Yeah. And that's, um, if you're interested, don't miss it. Because what it what a powerful and helpful tool for the community.   Sarah Wasinger  Absolutely. Well, all right, sir.   James Bell  Anything else before we go,   Sarah Wasinger  you know, just want to remind folks that that chamber blew up Kansas, we still have that survey window open. And this week is the last week for the survey for the childcare business survey that we have going on. So if you have not already participated in those and are interested in doing so, we would encourage you to visit our website to check those out.   James Bell  Absolutely no cost associated with either of those now, correct, right. Correct. But the chamber thing we've talked about this so many times, so I like talking about it, because it's what a cool benefit for the community. And but you need the people that have the interest, even if you're just maybe like, I don't know, get signed up for one of these sessions and do the survey and all that now, right? Yes, so   Sarah Wasinger  a little foreshadowing into next week. So next week, Friday, our chamber chat will be at the Welcome Center. We'll be talking about chamber blue of Kansas. So if you weren't able to check out the breakfast or lunch that we had to learn more about that. Come check that out and join us to learn more next Friday. Next Friday.   James Bell  Okay, good. 90 calendars. Interesting. Yep. Yep. And plus the Welcome Center. You go down there, it's a you know, every time I go in there, it's very welcoming, which I suppose is the point but everybody is always so happy when you walk in that building. I love it. Well, we're   Sarah Wasinger  going to have cathedral holding roast coffee there for folks as well as McDonald's breakfast burritos and sausage McMuffins. So even if you don't, per se feel like you want to learn more about insurance or you're good there. You should just come for a good meal and good conversation because we have a lot of interesting people that attend them.

Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World
A Hillbilly "Helicamper", A Satanic Yoga Barbie, & Peeing on Peonies

Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 48:54


S3E82 ~ Midweek BONUS Episode! - When the redneck camper is taken to a new level of "hillbilly", you convert a helicopter into a "helicamper". Bring on the "Church Lady" to warn unsuspecting children of a satanic possession if your Barbie doll does yoga. A $3 million "study" finds the best fertilizer for your peonies is "pee". Did I mention it cost $3 million? Did I also mention there's MORE stupidity? Can you handle it? Woman Finds Face Of Wizard Gandalf Hidden In Her Floorboards; Nabisco Is Selling an Oreo/Ritz Mash-Up/Food Mashups We Want to See Now That There Are Ritz-Oreos; Miller Lite Invented a Beer-Infused Charcoal Called "Beercoal"; A Guy Plowed His Car into a Newly Remodeled Dairy Queen at Full Speed; So Alec Baldwin Is Lecturing People on Workplace Safety Now; Raccoon Gets Stuck Head-First In CA Home's Roof; Angry McDonald's customer BLOCKADES drive-thru for 2+ Hours over McMuffins. The latest current events are stupidly spun in the weekly "Insane Week In Review" plus our collection of "brain trusts" who win the "Genius Awards"! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/support

Unfunny Buffoonery
Squashing Beef With Fish McMuffins

Unfunny Buffoonery

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 124:05


Jack and Steven are joined by Dennis and Valentine to discuss Shady's return to YouTube, Will Smith slapping Chris Rock in the face, McDonald's releasing the (potentially fake) Fish McMuffin and, of course, the Apple beef. Steven's clearly a Granny Smith fan, no question.

Weird Distractions Podcast
Episode 98: Punderson Manor

Weird Distractions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2022 36:39


It's never just one, “ha” and done - is it? This week, the girls back their bags and head down to Newbury, Ohio and discuss the reported history & haunts at the Punderson Manor Resort. From rumoured deaths, sausage McMuffins and everything in between - this episode will definitely provide a weird distraction. Trigger warning is in effect due to discussions regarding suicide. Need a distraction? We got you.  Podcast promo: The Addicted Podcast - check them out! As discussed in episode 62 about the 215 bodies of Tk'emlups te Secwepemc First Nation children recently found in Kamloops (and counting found in other provinces/locations), please check out: https://truenorthaid.ca/how-to-help-first-nations/. If you have any additional resources you'd like to share, please email: weirddistractionspodcast@outlook.com. Listener discretion is advised. Shout out to our Patrons Tom, Bailey, Angela, Jon, Alicia, Lynn, Sissy & Shadow! Thank you for supporting Weird Distractions on Patreon. You can also support the show on Patreon and get monthly bonus episodes, behind the scenes footage, and more! We're also on Buy Me a Coffee if you want to support the show with a one-time donation. You can also find us on Redbubble for some Weird Distractions merch. If you want to provide feedback or even your own weird story to be read on air in an upcoming Listener Distractions episode - please email: weirddistractionspodcast@outlook.com. If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, please consider rating & reviewing! It's the best way to support the show (for free). Thanks for listening! Weird Distractions is a proud member of the Oracl3 network: https://theoracl3network.com/ (https://theoracl3network.com/) & the Cultiv8 network: https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork/ (https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork/)  Resources: Ohio Department of Natural Resources website - https://ohiodnr.gov/wps/portal/gov/odnr/go-and-do/plan-a-visit/find-a-property/historic-punderson-manor#:~:text=The%20Punderson%20family%20developed%20a,stands%2C%20known%20as%20Lakefield%20Farms (https://ohiodnr.gov/wps/portal/gov/odnr/go-and-do/plan-a-visit/find-a-property/historic-punderson-manor#:~:text=The%20Punderson%20family%20developed%20a,stands%2C%20known%20as%20Lakefield%20Farms)  Geauga News article - “The History of Punderson Manor State Park Lodge” - by Rachel Strong - December 15th, 2011 - https://geauganews.com/the-history-of-punderson-manor-state-park-lodge/ (https://geauganews.com/the-history-of-punderson-manor-state-park-lodge/) US Ghost Adventures website - “Haunted Punderson Manor” - By US Ghost Adventures Contributor in US Ghost Adventures - https://usghostadventures.com/haunted-places/haunted-punderson-manor/ (https://usghostadventures.com/haunted-places/haunted-punderson-manor/)  Punderson Manor website - http://pundersonmanor.com (pundersonmanor.com)  Ohio website - “Punderson's Haunted History” - by Dominique King - October 1st, 2020 - https://ohio.org/travel-inspiration/articles/pundersons-haunted-history (https://ohio.org/travel-inspiration/articles/pundersons-haunted-history) Hotel Online website - “It was in the 1970's that Punderson Manor State Park Resort Employees and Guests Began Reporting Strange Occurrences” - no author listed - October 7th, 2005 - https://www.hotel-online.com/News/PR2005_4th/Oct05_Punderson.html (https://www.hotel-online.com/News/PR2005_4th/Oct05_Punderson.html)  Fringe Paranormal website -https://fringeparanormal.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/punderson-manor/ (https://fringeparanormal.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/punderson-manor/)  Google Reviews -...

Old Nerd Radio
.63 Egg McMuffins!!!

Old Nerd Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 5:40


Got coffee? On today's menu there's .63 McMuffins, fantastic air fryers, and pumpkin spice ramen. Find me at YouTube.com/oldnerdreviews --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nerdliferadio/message

Leo And Rebecca In The Morning
Wednesday, Nov 17

Leo And Rebecca In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 35:38


Leo and Rebecca Podcast - Britney turned her MOM away - Trivial Pursuit TV game is coming - Harry Potter reunion is happening - The Best and Worst ON HOLD music - McDonalds will have 63 cent McMuffins this Thursday - Carmen callas guy about his Dad - Birthday Holla - Fill In The Blank Game - Girlfriends reads Boyfriends LAME apology in viral video - Leo and Rebecca Buzz Question...Wife wants to tell her husbands family that they are divorcing at Thanksgiving dinner.

The Tuesday Ketchup
86- Horse Girls

The Tuesday Ketchup

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 51:41


In this episode of the Tuesday Ketchup, its the brothers McMuffins and chum again as Jake and Harley are missing presumed dead. Talking lake life, perks of growing up, Joey Chesnut being dominant and who on the cast could eat the most glizzies, Horse Girls, and Two BRAND NEW Tomato people. This ones a good one, come ketch-up with us.

4Thirty in the Morning
Ep. 29: Historical Sports, McMuffins, and the NFL Draft

4Thirty in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 44:56


Have you ever 'ran with the bulls' before? Neither have Ben and Pat... but they really want to. Laughs are a plenty on the latest episode of 4-Thirty as the guys break down some of the craziest sporting events throughout history, while also covering some strange news and bargain-bin anecdotes. Is 'jousting' making a revival in the 21st century? Should current world leaders engage in regular high-risk athletics like they did back in the old days? Is the NFL Draft really as entertaining as it sounds? Did Ben really see a UFO last week? For answers to all these questions and more, be sure to check out the latest disaster of an episode!

Pass And Groove
Love The Way You Groove (feat. Matthew Hodgson)

Pass And Groove

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 76:45


Nothing special going on here, listen to this podcast at your peril, we take no responsibility for any hours of your life that you will waste here. Of course, if you have remotely any interest in hearing stories about playing in finals at Anfield and Prenton Park by the age of 14 or hungover McMuffins 5 minutes before kick off, then by all means press play. But I repeat, we will not be taking any responsibility. Enjoy! BEER 52 - https://scripts.affiliatefuture.com/AFClick.asp?affiliateID=349191&merchantID=7149&programmeID=25638&mediaID=0&tracking=&verac=0&afsource=20&url= TWITTER - https://twitter.com/passandgroove INSTA - https://www.instagram.com/passandgroove_

Auspol Snackpod: Australian Politics and Memes

We have another jam packed episode this week! We are talking about sexual assault again in the last story, we've got a verbal warning in the show when it happens and timecodes here, in case you want to skip past it (0:56:30 - 1:32:40) SPOTW: Nys shared a Black Books meme, and we talk about the pathetic increase to Jobseeker Fashy Aus: the "Dob in a Dole Bludger" hotline is literal fascist Gestapo stuff, plus there is corrupt stuff going on with JobKeeper and JobMaker Broken Clock: W.A. Liberals leader Zak Kirkup has conceded the election.... 2 weeks before it happens Positivity Corner: Clive Palmer is getting absolutely shut down in his various law suits against the W.A. Government First Nations: rock art dated to >17 000 years ago, making it the oldest known artwork in the entire continent. BHP and Fortescue have destroyed sacred sites while trying to sell iron ore. UFU: Craig Kelly quits the Liberal Party. Content warnings for discussion of sexual assault begins halfway thru this story (at 56:30) until basically the end of the show (1:32:4) Mains: Parliament house sexual assault news, including Scott Morrison not having any idea what he's talking about, and Linda Reynolds' alleged heart condition. Send us a potluck (or book Noon for dog training) at contact@auspolsnackpod.com  Support the show financially at www.patreon.com/AuspolSnackpod  

Vineyard Church Springbrook
Psalm 61 - Conversations in the Psalms

Vineyard Church Springbrook

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2020


A conversation about egg McMuffins, urgency, and where our home is.

APR: Audacious Public Radio
Tik Tok, McMuffins, and Molotovs

APR: Audacious Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020 60:48


Today, GenZ show us that children really are the future as they troll Trump's Tulsa, Oklahoma rally.  Officer Karen has a McMeltdown because her McMobile order was not McReady. Parts of Siberia reached 100F for the first time since records have been kept. Finally, a woman who used Molotov cocktails at a protest in Philly gets tracked down by the FBI via her unique shirt from ETSY. 

Trends in Low Places
Kyrie Irving IS The Good Doctor

Trends in Low Places

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2020 76:25


This week, the boys are back and where the hell are our McMuffins, Stacey? Michael takes and breaks a vow of silence, Mike shares his most powerful brother move, and we all pitch a bold new vision for the NBA and ABC's fall television lineup. It's our best yet.

The Salty Virgins Club
Episode 77 - So Our High School Experience Wasn't Typical?

The Salty Virgins Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2020 45:25


Episdoe 77 this week, with the entire crew back together talking about the happenings of the past week, including: Florida continuing to act as if the coronavirus doesn't exist, dumb cops crying over egg McMuffins, and our apparently wild experience in high school!   Make sure to subscribe to be the first to hear new content and rate 5 stars!

The Slightly Biased Podcast
"McMuffins" - The Slightly Biased Podcast Season II Ep. 4

The Slightly Biased Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 123:15


On this weeks episode, the Slightly Biased Podcast boys go over the Kyrie Iriving and Kendrick Perkins beef, McMuffin cop, and Jamal Adams trade destinations. We also discuss how screwed the MLB is. Oh yeah, Tony Romo deserved the MVP in 2014 too.

Pair of J's
#12: McMuffins, Pokemon, and Aunt Jemima

Pair of J's

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 55:29


This week we talk about the drama over mcmuffins, new pokemon games, and Aunt Jemima is cancelled. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pairofjs/support

The Hehpi Jae Podcast
HEHPI JAE #64: Pancake In A Cup!

The Hehpi Jae Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 35:08


The world is strange and Jae is filled with anxiety! Don't forget your mask when you leave the house. There is too much stupid to cover so why not just have the king of stupid give it a shot. Here comes the pontificating, from Covid 19 to Karen Cops crying over McMuffins.Support the show (http://bit.ly/hausofhoot)

Hehpi Jae Podcast
HEHPI JAE #64: Pancake In A Cup!

Hehpi Jae Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 35:08


The world is strange and Jae is filled with anxiety! Don't forget your mask when you leave the house. There is too much stupid to cover so why not just have the king of stupid give it a shot. Here comes the pontificating, from Covid 19 to Karen Cops crying over McMuffins.Support the show (http://bit.ly/hausofhoot)

Cruel and Unusual Nourishment
The Iso Sessions: Homemade McMuffins

Cruel and Unusual Nourishment

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 51:30


Topics discussed: Full review of our home-made Sausage & Egg McMuffins + Hash Browns Bonus Segment: What Did You Put in Your Mouth?  We have a Patreon! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/cruelpodGet in touch: https://instagram.com/cruelpod https://www.facebook.com/cruelpod cruelpod@gmail.com https://twitter.com/cruelpod This podcast is produced by Adam Flannery. Andrew de Souza wrote and performed the theme song.

pish posh with Lindsey Wilson
BONUS - MCMILLION$ #6

pish posh with Lindsey Wilson

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2020 41:00


The finale you have been waiting for is here! We recap the finale of the HBO series McMillions about the McDonald's monopoly scandal. It is time to pay the piper as 53 people involved in this case have to get their punishments for their involvement in this crazy crime. We dive deep into our favorite and least favorite characters from this story and get into a little bit of law talk. The justice system is a crazy thing. From monopoly to mortgages to the mob to Mormons to McMuffins to murder (maybe?) we hope you enjoyed this crazy ride with us. pishposhpodcast.com Follow us @pishposhpod

HubShots - The Unofficial Down Under HubSpot Podcast
191: Workflows are all Go, Chrome Third Party Cookie panic

HubShots - The Unofficial Down Under HubSpot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2020 28:30


This episode we chat about Workflow Go Actions, Third Party Cookies and what Chrome’s upcoming crackdown on them means, plus Instagram ECommerce. Oh, and McMuffins! Full show notes available at: https://hubshots.com/episode-191/ Welcome to HubShots – APAC’s number 1 HubSpot focussed podcast – where we discuss HubSpot tips & tricks, new features, and strategies for growing your marketing and sales results. HubShots, the podcast for marketing managers and sales professionals who use HubSpot, hosted by Ian Jacob from Search & Be Found and Craig Bailey from XEN Systems. Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD3Uo4X-IxPJLE8ygPDQhNQ Subscribe to our Spotify channel here: https://open.spotify.com/show/7oee8w41riN5aRNrLKT2ar Join the Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hubshots/ Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/hubshots Follow us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/hubshotspodcast/ Follow us on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hubshots/ Recorded: Thursday 20 February 2020 | Published: Friday 28 February 2020

One Radio Network
Atom Bergstrom on Fire, February 3, 2020 ONE

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2020 83:22


-Concerning global warming, Atom tells us that the water is not rising in Santa Barbara; it's about the same as it was when he moved there 7 years ago. He continues on about how the air is actually much cleaner in CA, less pollution -Atom has had a large growth, a mole/melanoma on his upper cheek for quite a while. He tells us what he's doing to get rid of it -H pylori is a total scam according to Atom -What does Atom mean when he says, "we're closer to an olive than a cow"? -Patrick tells us how many squats he does now each day; Atom advises against using heavy weights while doing squats -We talk quite a bit about diabetes -Humans can't make vitamin C, or can they? -Happy people tend to live longer than health gurus in spite of eating egg Mcmuffins and drinking Coca-Cola -Can eating 3 soaked almonds a day prevent cancer? -What cause Ischemic strokes and what Atom recommends doing for one -When does the hereditary code start to write itself on the iris? -Ho Atom drinks distilled water -Omega 3s and Yellow Fat disease -The emotional causes of blocked arteries -Revici's work -Tricks for better research while using Google and so much more!

One Radio Network
Atom Bergstrom on Fire, February 3, 2020 TWO

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2020 68:19


-Concerning global warming, Atom tells us that the water is not rising in Santa Barbara; it's about the same as it was when he moved there 7 years ago. He continues on about how the air is actually much cleaner in CA, less pollution -Atom has had a large growth, a mole/melanoma on his upper cheek for quite a while. He tells us what he's doing to get rid of it -H pylori is a total scam according to Atom -What does Atom mean when he says, "we're closer to an olive than a cow"? -Patrick tells us how many squats he does now each day; Atom advises against using heavy weights while doing squats -We talk quite a bit about diabetes -Humans can't make vitamin C, or can they? -Happy people tend to live longer than health gurus in spite of eating egg Mcmuffins and drinking Coca-Cola -Can eating 3 soaked almonds a day prevent cancer? -What cause Ischemic strokes and what Atom recommends doing for one -When does the hereditary code start to write itself on the iris? -Ho Atom drinks distilled water -Omega 3s and Yellow Fat disease -The emotional causes of blocked arteries -Revici's work -Tricks for better research while using Google and so much more!

The Worst with Greta Titelman
(REPLAY) THAT'S A NICE KETTLE w/ Robby Hoffman

The Worst with Greta Titelman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2019 82:01


In one of Greta's favorite episodes, comedian Robby Hoffman talks roommate woes, nice kitchen appliances, breaking kosher with egg McMuffins, wearing tights under shorts and so so much more. Greta and Robby also answer advice questions about breakups, makeups and other juicy stuff. EMAIL YOUR WORST STORIES TO THE POD: theworstwithgreta@gmail.com — FOLLOW GRETA ONLINE: www.instagram.com/gertiebird www.twitter.com/gertie_bird THE WORST IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-worst/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Reading Roulette: Choose Your Own Adventure Podcast
Ep 6: Space and Beyond; Choose Your Own Adventure #4 (pt. 1 of 2)

Reading Roulette: Choose Your Own Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2019 43:43


The Unburdening, R.A. Montgomery induced pain, outsider art, a-artistic S&M zoning in non-aesthetics (3:00); Macguffins, McMuffins, and Montguffins, the planet Zermacroyd, and beautiful space love (8:12); good guy Merma, exeunt pursued by a bear (13:39); Space Academy, parallel lines crossing, time travel roller-coaster (20:00); Mars, a new way of sharing, angora sweaters, autism (24:10); space-genocide, plague, vague space-delegates, space cops (33:23); “Out of the radar oven and into the lazer beam” an actual sentence from this awful book (38:41)

The Worst with Greta Titelman
THAT'S A NICE KETTLE w/ Robby Hoffman

The Worst with Greta Titelman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2019 85:20


Comedian Robby Hoffman talks roommate woes, nice kitchen appliances, breaking kosher with egg McMuffins, wearing tights under shorts and so so much more. Greta and Robby also answer advice questions about breakups, makeups and other juicy stuff. — FOLLOW GRETA ONLINE: www.instagram.com/gertiebird www.twitter.com/gertie_bird THE WORST IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-worst/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

We Were Gamers
100: Eggiest of McMuffins

We Were Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2018 57:18


Episode 100, the meta episode. Catching up with our hosts and a look back at more than 2 years of podcasting fun.

Bon Appétit Foodcast
Episode 156: The Shib Sibs REALLY Love Food

Bon Appétit Foodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2018 61:15


Olympic bronze medalists Maia and Alex Shibutani, a.k.a. the “Shib Sibs,” stick to a pretty regimented diet while training—but it turns out they’re actually as food-obsessed as we are. This week we talk to the ice dancing duo about beignets, egg McMuffins, and their dad’s famous eggplant Parm. After that, with wedding season around the corner, we go deep on the dos and don’ts of registries. (Unsurprisingly, we've got lots of opinions on platters, wine glasses, sheets, and more.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Best Buds Podcasts
Ultimate Losers Episode 41: Ultimate Shadow Puppies

Best Buds Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2017 66:39


Welcome to our podcast covering the history of Marvel’s Ultimate line of comics. In the forty-first episode of Ultimate Losers, Spider-man gets tangled up in the business of the mob, an assassin, and a sexy cat-themed cat burglar. Issues: Ultimate Spider-man 50-53 (Cats and Kings Pt 2) In this episode the losers discuss: MacGuffins and McMuffins, bad dad Gregcraig Watson, and cat burglar databases. Follow along on with the companion image gallery here: www.ultimateloserspodcast.wordpress.com Intro music is "The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny" from "Live (Only Not)" by Lemon Demon. You can purchase the album here: lemondemon.bandcamp.com/album/live-only-not

Not So Kosher Podcast
66-visits McDonalds!

Not So Kosher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2016 60:01


Bexy, Bobby and Cheryl hit the Uptown McDonalds for fun and a not so kosher meal! It was a fucken cold night outside, but quickly warmed up with some egg mcmuffins, french fries and hot chocolate and a shit ton of laughter.

The Pollsters
#86: Stress polling & stress eating

The Pollsters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2016 50:00


Well it's pretty crazy out there. Hold onto your crosstabs everyone. And don't forget you can see Margie in LA on 10/20 at the Ace Hotel with the fine folks at KCRW's Left Right & Center. Check it out here.   Poll of the Week There's a reason we're going to focus on the tapes & the debate--it's one of the biggest news stories this year. Politico/Morning Consult National Poll   October Surprises The post-debate polling is bleak for Trump, but  not quite as volatile as the news. Maybe. Brietbart on post debate poll CNN/ORC poll on the second debate NBC SurveyMonkey poll on the the second debate NBC/WSJ poll on Trump's tape Politico/Morning Consult on Trump's tape Huffington Post/HuffPost Pollster on trump's respect for women SurveyMonkey on Trump's tapes The Atlantic on Trump and female voters Reuters/Ipsos Poll on Clinton's marriage FiveThirtyEight poll on gender gap YouGov/Economist Poll on gender gap NBC/WSJ poll on GOP's action on Trump Politico/Morning Consult on GOP's action on Trump Morning Consult on Trump's loyal supporters   McMuffin-mentum Mmm. McMuffins. Kristen's Muffin-map is driving Twitter crazy. Deseret news/Y2 Analytics poll on McMullin   Are you going crazy? You're not the only one feeling stressed out about this election. But are you the only one who believes a conspiracy theory? Washington Post on unproven rumors Washington Post on perceived partisan biases Politico on Trump's mental health toll NYT Upshot: Your therapist may lean blue   Candy binge In times like these, we turn to candy. Influenster: each state's Halloween favorite   Key Findings Let's not get the message muddled here. The tapes are not about cursing, but about assault. That could explain some of the differences in results we're seeing. And while the impact on the race is clear--the impact on the GOP's fortunes...too soon to say. News is moving faster than public opinion, and public opinion moving faster than pollsters. Is the election giving you stress? Are you binge eating candy and McMuffins? Talk to the pollsters. Tell us how that makes you feel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Johnny B Uncensored
Dead Dick

Johnny B Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2013 83:11


Johnny B, Murillo, and Weingarten are slinging out the funny banter with seriously engaging topics like: Dick Trickle's suicide, Angelina Jolie, JB's upcoming day of teaching middle schoolers comedy, fat tilt, eggwhite McMuffins, comedy note archiving, and some other crap. Emphasis on "crap".

Drew and Anthony's Podchats
Podchats Ep. 1: Losing Our Podcast Virginity

Drew and Anthony's Podchats

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2011 61:28


In Drew Terril and Anthony Postiglione's first epidsode of PodChats, discussions are had and uncomfortable listening ensues. Topics include McMuffins, Jesse the Body Ventura, the excitement that is the women's NCAA basketball tournament, isolation tanks, and hey why not, the weather.

This Is Bat Country!
Sausage McMuffins: The Breakfast of Champions

This Is Bat Country!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2010 61:29


Episode 2 is here! So sorry for the delay but with the World Cup, various other engagements and other adult-type-things that take up our attentions (think jobs, dinners and shoe polishings) we've been a bit behind schedule, so please, forget using knives and forks or napkins, just dig in! This time round we chew the fat over a few upcoming local and international films that have caught our eye, and we'll be profiling a legend of Hong Kong action cinema - John Woo - as well discussion of some recently digested morsels of film. Also I think there's a bit of Matt Damon... Matt DAMON. We hope you guys enjoy it, and have yourselves a lovely little day! Tee-Pee and Pauu-See

The Hard Luck Show
HLS: Ep. 273: Jail House Lawyer Chad Marks

The Hard Luck Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 68:44


Your bluetooth will leave blood on the razor wire when Chad Marks hits Ramos Gallery with Big Luck's, Ol' Blue Eyes, Schwartz and Chumahan about being 24 sentenced to 40 in the fed because his lawyer dropped the ball on a 10 year plea deal, he lost hist time, his freedom and his woman but somehow, some way, he turned hell into a positive becoming one of the greatest jailhouse lawyers of all time, after helping over 100 inmates get freedom they finally released him this is the heroic harrowing horrific amazing uplifting shocking astonishing amazing incredible story of all stories and it's all true and it's all for the hard Luck crew.Transcript - Draft Version, Not Final, Don't Trip.Why don't we just roll? Yeah, let's roll. I've already told Schwartz. Okay.good morning. And welcome to the hard luck show. I'm a certified qualified west side. Host Steve lucky Luciano. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, you've tuned into the greatest show on earth. Hard luck show coming to you from the peak gold youth and family center in Southern California. Santa Monica, California.Hey, this near I've got, uh, my partner partner jumaan over here. It's to Mohan Bowen, American Indian elegant barbarian, Southern California here to regulate. Once again, we don't take any geeks off the street. You better come with a fucking huge let's go. Yeah, come on, come home, come home, come on and get some phonesat the LBC mission, trying to find Mr. Weber. That shit. Oh, come on. Now. We got our show runner Xtrordinair. Mr. Schwartz, Sean Lewis on south side, blue eyes devil inside height, man for king salmon. Oh, king salmon flavor. Flame. Yeah. Now you're better. You're your blue eyes, maybe certified professional engineer for the fish ate. Oh, that's how I look away.Right on each job. Go ahead. Yeah. Bring it in those slow grooves. Yeah. Showrunner extraordinary. Yeah. Get it. He forgot to tell everyone his name, Swartz, Schwartz. What's up. Everybody knows what's up. Carry a jar in his pocket. He's got the carrier torch for Schwartz, carry the torch andAli Baba and the 40.what's going on. Ali on the visual is no, I already know what time it is. Do what Ali what's. Um, you have kind of a, like a flat voice that people it's. You said people think you have high or something. What is it? I don't know why, but I guess like be with it. I sound like monotonesounds like he's on heroin all the time.  Like he's on Cate and cat, tranquilizer, ketamine. He's like live, you listened to him. Like here, listen to the happy new year part. Like, listen, just, just to throw it back. We got them all pumped up and we're like, come on, happy new year. And this is what we get. Oh, wait, hold on.Let me do this again. And this is what we get, and this is what, it's my money. It's my thing turned up, bro. Okay, here we go. We made it 20, 22, knockout it with hard luck podcast. He sounds like he's good. He's like, Hey, he's laying down. And you're like, begging, like he can barely bring his consciousness to bring his head up and talking to them.he's been kidnapped and he's in a trunk. Yeah. Right, right. Pull the duct tape off his mouth for a minute. Like going hypoglycemic or something. Yeah. Hello everybody. It's happy new year. All right, listen. Enough fucking around. We have. We have a gap. We do have, how do we find this guest, Nick?How did we find this deep? Do the water's running on this? We found this guest, uh, by, I heard an interview that he did on another podcast actually. And, uh, it was incredible decided to reach out to the guy and a friend of the show. Uh, Chad, mark, and, uh, he's got a YouTube channel blood on the razor wire, the book out, you got a book on the reason why I go on Amazon.If you want to stop being stupid and you want to hear some real G shit and you want to read some real prison stories, you want to hear the real, the raw, the unfiltered go on Amazon, get blood on the razor wire and fucking read. Not only me and I, I read it. Not only is it a great book, but he put, he put a lot of energy into the descriptions and you feel like you're right there.So without further ado, Chad Martin and progress recording is in progress. Um, how are you doing this morning chat show. What's going on, man? I appreciate you guys bringing me on the show. Absolutely. It's a pleasure to have you on man. Quite moved by what we've heard from Schwartz. He gave us a rundown last week.Um, and then we started looking at you and Schumann dove in deep and man, just some incredible stories, man. So I don't know where, how do we start with this? Jumaan why don't we start since we're we're we're at the top here. Why don't we show, why don't we? Okay, so just to give Mr and Mrs. Earbuds, a little bit of a teaser, he's got some interesting stories about names you've heard.For instance, he may have. Been in a situation where he was able to have conversations with Whitey Bulger, but we're not going to talk about that. Now. That's just a little teaser motherfucker. We're just setting that up. Why don't you chat March? Why don't you tell us what you're doing currently, the work that you do to support people getting out of their situation.All right. So, um, let me do it this way. Right? At the age of 24, I was sentenced to 40 years in federal prison, but the prison wasn't always a nice guy in the beginning, turned my life around about 10 years in became a jailhouse lawyer. I ended up getting released on the first step back, got out of prison, put together a paralegal and prison consultant firm called freedom fighters.So that's kind of what I'm doing now helped a lot of people like Russell Simmons, son. I just did his 2255. Got him back into court. Um, the rapper little baby, you know, this might not go over easy with some of your people, but his real. It's not the dude that people think it is to do named Rodney love.That was sentenced to life. Plus 55 years. I got his stuff in court right now. So that's pretty much what I'm doing, man. I help a lot of people. I help people that call me and say, Hey, I've got a girl from Florida said, look, my baby's father's in prison. I'm poor. I worked part-time at McDonald's. I wrote his stuff for free man.That dude's got 45 years. He deserves to get out for a non-violent drug offense. Right? So Chad, how many people generally, approximately have you helped get out of prison? Probably got over a hundred people out of prison. Damn. You're a fucking Saint bro. That's fucking fantastic brother. You see that? I mean, there's a lot of people out there that talk a good one.This guy is actually putting his hand out, lifting people up. Now let me get clear on something. If you wouldn't have lawyered up yourself, if you wouldn't have gathered your own information, tie yourself, would you still be in prison? 100%. I'd probably still be in prison, man. I met this dude named Cedric Dean, right.And USP Lee. And he said, Hey man, you want to get out of prison? He said, they're going to change the law. Do they're going to bring back parole? Something's going to happen. He said, what you're going to end up doing is you're going to go to the parole board. You're gonna tell him, yeah, I got caught with five knives and I've been selling dope in here.I stabbed two people. He says that the resume you want. And I said, nah, man, not really invited me to one of his classes, man. And that dudes to do that pretty much taught me everything and put me on the right track. I didn't get out of the right track that day, but that was the start of the process. Right.So how did you, so when I read through your book and I listened to the various interviews, one of the things that came up for me. You know, you were accused of, let's say, uh, being a businessman and selling things that were illegal, but not really that violent, there wasn't any violence. How is it that you got 40 years in the fed for that?Well, it was a nonviolent drug offense, right? So this is what they did back then. You would get five years for the, there were guns involved, right? So let me explain it this way so that your, your, your viewers will probably be shocked. The listeners will probably be shocked for the first gun. It was a 12 gauge shotgun.I got five years gun. They found in the house. The second gun was a 22 rifle and they gave me 25 years for that. So you get five years for the first gun, 25 stacked onto to that, which is 30 and then 10 for the drugs. That's how they, the country is this it's our country, man, what state was that? And it's in New York, but this was a federal law.And that's something that they changed with the first step back and as crazy as this sounds right. Congress had all this stuff was wrong, so we're going to fix it, but we're not going to fix it for the dudes that are in prison. What we will do is we're not going to make it retroactive, but we're going to leave it in the judge's discretion to determine if there's an extraordinary and compelling reason to reduce your sentence.Right? So a guy like me in New York, I got out on that, a guy in Florida. You're not you, they can't get out guys in Georgia. They can't get out guys in Philly, in Pennsylvania. They can't get out under that long. All right. So let's pause it right there in what was going on in your life at the time that you were charged.And at the time that I was charged, man, I was living in the street life man thought I was a tough guy. I thought I was that dude selling drugs. You know, I had a, I had a little team and I thought I was the man thought I was untouchable. Never realized that, you know, I was throwing bricks at the penitentiary that whole time and big ones.Obviously I ended up with a 40 year sentence. Right. Um, how, what was, did you ever find out how they were able to pull a case together? Uh, Uh, 100%, man, what happened? The dude that I was a dude that I used to look up to when I was a kid, man, he ended up becoming a drug addict. I seen him one day, he's walking down the street and he waves me down.He says, Hey, give me a ride chatter. I got to go to the rehab center. Right? And he's like, but I'm not going until tomorrow. My parents are putting me in there and he kicked me out. It's pouring down rain. I give the dude a ride. He says, can you buy me something to eat? Pretty much. He's homeless about to do something to eat.After that, I take him to the hotel. He says, Hey, when I get out, will you give me a job? I also had a home improvement company back then. So I told me, I may call me. I never expected this dude to call me. He gets out of jail. I help him out. He ends up back on drugs. He ends up working for the cops, wears a wire on me.He gets me, he gets me jammed up. I ended up with a 40 year sentence over. Hey Luxe. I mean, what is that? What you shake your head? What, what is that? I mean, you've been in the game. You've done some time in prison. I mean, real prison and stuff like that. So what do you, what are you hearing here? What are your, what is your reaction to that guy?Helps a guy out and then the guy fucking turns into, oh, shit, scumbag, right? Shit. And he did it to save his own. Because he got busted for something and didn't want to do any time. So they set him up to ride them, but the whole thing, but, but that's just one part of it. The other part of it is the law enforcement, usually local law enforcement is already after you.They're going to get rid of you. They have an eye on you. So they're just waiting for the, the fish is going to show up the guy that's going to give you up is going to show up. They're just waiting on for him to show up with a possession or something. And as soon as he does, they've got a couple of people that they're going to get locked up.And it sounds like he was on their target list, right. Imagine. Right. And they were going to get them out and they were just waiting for the right guy that kinda had his way to get in and wire them up. And it's a fucking bullshit, man. And that's fucking setting somebody up. You asked me, that's framing somebody.What's weird about that. Is, is that like, how do I say this in a, in a certain way, it sometimes feels like law enforcement allows certain people to operate and do business in the streets. And then it comes a time where they decide somebody. They want to take somebody off. No, here's what it sounds like is the cops can't get you playing by the rules.See, we all have to play by the rules supposedly, but they don't, they can't get you. Now, if you're fucking up, then they're going to get you and your asked out. But if I'm covering my ass and you got to cheat to get me, and that's what they're doing, man, that's some S see, that's that dirty ass shit, man.You know? But you, you, you got your roar. I got railroad. All right. Go for it. Right. But if you got to cheat, you got to set me up to get me well that's and that's what a cop does. Cause that's what cops do. Right. It's kinda in their blood. Okay. So Chad marks, why does this not just fall to the state? I mean, it's a drug thing.So why did this turn into a federal? All right. So my city, man, it's like, my city is a viciously violent city. Right? What city is that? In? Rochester. New York. Okay. So back then, man, it was, it was off the hook. So they put a joint task force with the local police and the fence and they just started knocking people off, like, you know, dudes that were, you know, doing big things.I guess where I was at, I was like fourth or fifth on the list. There was a list. Trust me. And they knocked us off. One of the kids, they not the kid, they not just before me. He ended up getting out of prison, man got back in the game and they tied him up man and killed him. Dude robbed them, killed him. And that was, that was the end of his story.You know what I mean? He ended up with a 10 year sentence and he got out, dude, he wasn't out. I wouldn't say six months as an Asian kid. Yeah. So they, they had their little list and just knocked this down and it took us to federal court so they could match us real estate. I'd I probably ended up with three years, bro, right?Three to five to how did they make the decision though? How, how do they say like, all right, we're going to charge, you know, uh, Chad was, we're going to go through the federal system. We're not going to let them do state time. They just take over the case. That's it? Well, like I said, it was a joint task force, but if you got guns and drugs, they were definitely taking you over there.But this is the crazy part. Like your brother was saying right here, this is what they were doing. They could have had me when they had the first gun, when they busted that first house, they had me, but that first gun was only 10 years for the drugs and five for the gun. So they waited to bust another house because they knew it was another 25 years.So if we were a danger to the community, why didn't you take us off the, you know, off the street when you had us on that first 9, 24 C, because you needed that second one to really give us a banger and take us over to the fence. Right? So I think the other thing too, though, Toumani was at some point in time, They're putting him together as an organized group of people.That's how the feds are getting rid of them. Like state lines, crossing state lines from the, no, that he's, that they're operating as an organization. I think that's what calls feds into it. Yeah. But if you're operating as an organization and you stay within the state, I still don't understand how that can become federal federal.So the supremacy clause only comes into play only, only go ahead. What is it? Charters with a Rico dude. It was just a conspiracy. Right? So, and like I said, what they were doing was in the state, they knew they were only getting a little bit of time with the Lord that I had. I probably got three years did 90 days in a shock camp type program back then I would've got out.So that's why they don't. Statewide instead they say, no, we're going to take you over to the feds where we can give you all this time, because we can't give you five years for the first gun. How about this? How do they determine that who's who makes that decision? Well, so the fed. Okay. Okay. Okay. So, and listen, uh, Mr.Marx is also, you know, a defacto attorney so he can check ness, but in that fed system, the fed ultimately is king. So the fed can only interact in states. If they can make an argument that whatever activity is going on, whether it be sales normal or criminal somehow affects another state or cross the state lines, that's when federal jurisdiction can actually attach.Now, usually what happens in a lot of cases, it even happens in the civil is a situation where you've you violated, or the state could hear this, or it also violated a federal law and the fed can hear it when there's a choice. The fed can decide. No, we take precedents. If the fed can't take up and its laws, don't run Supreme over state laws, then there would be no power in the fed to collect taxes and do all the other shit that they do.Does that sound about right? That's about right in what determines, where you go, either state or fed is how much time they can give you. If they can bang you in the feds with more time, that's where you're going. Even the state, then they're going to bang you in the state. But hold on that. So that's a, that's a discretion point.This is what people don't understand about the law in a lot of ways, there's a lot of black and white shit, right? It's like you broke this law and then this is going to happen. But for every one of those, there's a million, little discretionary decisions that can be made. And what Chad's talking about is there's a point at which the fed can say, we're going to step in or step out.It's a fed question. And it's usually the prosecutor's authority. Right. And he can look at it. And just as Chad said, for whatever reason, he can say, he'll do more time in his state. So we'll let it go. Or he's going to do more time in the fed. So we're going to take them up through the fed systems that sound about right.Chad, I'm going to give you an example. So let's say. I kill someone in the state and there's drugs involved. Right? A lot of times they're just going to charge you with the murder over there. They're not going to bring you over to the fence because over there they're going to give you 25 to life. That's why they would take that over there.But when you've got a drug conspiracy with guns, dude, there's dude, my boy had 55 years. He's out from Utah Weldon Angelos. And this dude got caught with like, he had two sales of like a quarter pound of weed here and a quarter pound of weed there. They gave him 55 years because he had a gun on him. So they were like, okay, we're going to get him in the feds.And the state would be like nothing to be a year. So we're going to give them five for the first transaction because of the gun 25 for the second transaction, because of the gun and another 25 for the third transaction because of the gun and mind you, it was the same gun, just three different transactions.And check this out, check this out. Let me ask you this. Now that we're in this jurisdictional issue and then we'll get to the other, other pieces, but I'm curious to hear chat's perspective on, you know, Epstein, right? The infamous Epstein. First question I have for you, Chad, is how is it that the fed cut him a sweetheart deal?When he, it was clear that he was molesting or sexually assaulting underage women, but back in Florida, in those early days, how do you square that with the fact that a guy like, like you just described, maybe he is a dealer, maybe he did sell weed or, or whatever it was, but the fed is actively using its discretionary power.So lock a guy up for 75 years. But in the case, like Epstein, they're using their discretionary powers to cut it out, let him out on weekends. How do you, what is your perspective on that? You know what my perspective is, man, when you've got friends in high places, you got big money. That's how that thing works out.He was friends with somebody. He might've been friends with the, with the district attorney, maybe not the assistant district attorney, but obviously the district attorney, someone was friends, Hey man, that's our guy, you know, sweep this under the rug. It's kinda like a bullshit case. I'll give you an example.Our mirror, her husband was over here selling crack. She ends up, they put it all over the news. They're blasting her. You know, they find a bunch of crack. She ends up copping out to like, not even a misdemeanor dude and no nothing. And she's involved in this shit, but that's because she was the mayor. Right.They sweep it under the rug. Right? If it was me or you over here involved in a crack cocaine, conspiracy, I mean, we'd be going to prison for a long time. I got, you know what I'm telling you, I'll tell you something else. I have a friend that's out right now and he's coming on our show. Next month this guy got caught with almost a million dollars in cash and Beverly.Where would you store a million dollars in cash? Where would you store that? He was going to store it somewhere, but it was in his car in a bag. Yeah. What? It was like 800 or 800 grand. They doubt Beverly Hills PD pulls this dude over. So he thinks it's Beverly those beads, but when they pull them over, yeah.A couple other cars are there as they have him pulled over, talking to the cost, wherever they ended up taking him in this guy, thought he was facing a lot of times he got oh, art and got bailed or whatever, very within the first day, Mr. Mrs. Earbuds, if you don't know what Orr is, his own, we're cognizant.He got, he got out. So he's hiring an attorney and ultimately this case that he was looking at doing, I think it was, you know, three to five years and they couldn't get him on anything because they couldn't actually. There was nothing but tax evasion or something or some kind of shit, but they dropped everything.If you just turned over the money, I'm bringing them on the show, man. If he signed over and just gave that money away, the case kind of disappeared, he didn't really suffer any consequences. If you wants to make a big fucking fight over that money, he's got to come up with this, that, and they're moving forward on the case.So Elena, I just hear crazy swells like that directly from somebody. And I'm like, and I hear all these crazy stories about the feds kind of running their own show outside of the lines of the laws or anybody else will ask Chad, listen, I, what do you, what do you think is shit like that? Do you hear stories like that?Honestly, bro, I've heard stories like that. I'm not going to tell you that I seen it on paper like that, but I have heard stories like that. I mean, you had the guys down there in, uh, the Lucasville riots in Ohio. No, let him do his, got destroyed by the cops. And they're like, look, you guys did this to us. We did that to you.No lawsuits, man. You don't get no time, man. You just go away. We're going to release you. You know, I just read, I just read something about that the other day. Someone sent me some stuff on that. So I've heard that. I haven't personally seen it though. All right. So, so Chad, so when we go back to your situation, I mean, did you have an attorney represent you and, and did, did you go to trial or did you take the plea?How did it go? I ended up going to trial dude, believe it or not, man. I paid 40 grand for an attorney for one of the dudes that was supposed to be the best round from. And I felt like man, 40 grand, I got 40 years at the end of the day, right. The guy to do his job. He really didn't man, this and this was supposed to be one of the best where I'm from.He's on the news all the time. Now he does death penalty cases. I mean, he was supposed to be top notch, but how did he drop the ball on. They dropped the ball a couple of times in my situation, like even during the trial, like when he was talking to my mom and my father, they're like, Hey, my stepfather, like, we can't even hear this dude.Like when he was talking, you couldn't hear him. He wasn't prepared. Um, he got prepared like three days before the trial started, he came to see me was like, Hey, I'm like, dude, we're about to have a month long trial. Like, you've got to get an adjournment. He tried to get into German. It didn't work out. He that's how he dropped the ball.Do they walk in there? And he would have pad of paper and he starts writing stuff down. And suddenly he had this been prepared for this prepare for the witnesses. Yeah. Right. And what's the effect on your case? If you take it to trial or you just take their deal? Well, you get what they call the trial penalty.Right? If you go to trial, like in my case, there was, there was a plea that could have resulted in as low as 10 years, you know, at one point where I was just telling the lawyer like, Hey man, try to, I know I can't get below the mandatory minimum at 10, but see if you can get this gun off. And he's like, all right, man, I'll see what I.He ended up getting a big death penalty case. He had no time for my case. So eventually the government ended up superseding the indictment. So I had one count 10 to life and because the lawyer was playing games on, on a two point enhancement, which meant a difference of two or three years, while he's playing games.The government said, man, these dudes playing games, they superseded my indictment with 16 more counts. Now my mandatory minimum went from 10 to life. So 40 to life. That means I had to get at least 40 years. Let's let's just, let's just let everyone let that soak in. Chad pays big city, lawyer, 40 grand take care of me at some point, Chad realizes like the best I'm ever going to get is 10 years and let's just call it quits and let's get the.But let's see if we can do this other thing. Now, this lawyer, big city lawyers out there eating fucking egg McMuffins and drinking all night, and God knows, you know, I don't know. This is just me talking about, you know, blow off of his paralegals, who knows. Right. And next thing you know, he drops the ball and now Chad's facing 40 years, 30 years.How much is 30 years? How can you even quantify? I don't even know what the fuck, bro. That's what, that's what they call the trial penalty. It's like, how dare you go to trial and test us. So now we're going to smack the same country. That's not going to smash the attorney who fucking got you in that situation.They're going to smash you. Are you kidding? Yeah, they're going to smash jam. Oh, we're going to smash your client. Now show you about this. Right? If you, at one point, say the government, we believe a sentence between 11 and 14 years is appropriate for the crimes that you committed. And then, because I exercise my right to trial, that's no longer anything.You're going to give me an additional 1 29 years. That's that that's bullshit. And that's the way the law is like that out here too. You either take this. Cause if you don't take this, we're giving you the max. They do that shit all the time. That's your fucking penalty for exercising your rights rather.That's and that's how it is. And that's how it's written down. And that's what they do every day. And you know why they do that because the, the, the founding bureau scared and not to fucking bark or, or, or, or leap, that's why they do it. And because the founding fathers set an extremely high standard for finding a guy guilty, reasonable beyond, uh, beyond a reasonable doubt, that's the highest in the law you can get.And the reason why the founding fathers did that, they just came off of dealing with a king that was railroad motherfuckers, torturing them to confess to crimes. They didn't commit. So now, so now the. Because, you know what? We don't know if we can reach that. So what we'll do is if that guy wants to go to trial, it's five times what you would face.If we're just going to give you a deal, that's fucking bull shit, right? Check. Well, once again, you're back before the king. And let me tell you something, you know, some young dudes might be listening to your shoulder out there getting money. Let me tell you the other part that's stacked against you in your closing argument, the government goes right.They, they do their closing, you do your closing and then the government gets a chance to rebut that, right? They go last, but the presumption of innocence is over you. Let me tell you some beyond a reasonable doubt that stuff's all bullshit. They tell you it's the greatest system in the world and it may be, but that's because all the other systems in the world, or even more 10 times worse.Right? But the majority of the time, when you go to trial, guess what? They're going to paint this picture. That you're a bad guy. And sometimes you're just going to get convicted off of bad guy evidence. He's a bad guy. You should find him guilty and we should send him to prison. And that's how they do it.Man. Most people get convicted. They're going to try. And how did all of this at this time, uh, affect the, I guess, who were the people in your life? You had your mom? I mean, was she biting her nails and stressed out and worried? How did this all affect her? Oh man. It, it destroyed my mother, man. I was married.Um, my wife ended up having to go. Her said, dude, I got 40 years. She couldn't stick around. You know what I mean? So she ended up going out with her life, but that's the rule that I got out and remarried and just had twins with don't don't don't don't gloss over that. Check this out. It's incredible. Hold on.Chegg is 40 years, right. Chad, how does it feel to hear all right, 40 years in prison? What does that feel like? Well, I mean, when that happened, you're devastated, right? I mean, absolutely devastated. It really, it really hit me that night. When you get your cell alone and you look in the mirror, you're like, wow, You got 40 years.This is it, bro. This is, this is your life. And when I left my city, you know, right where the federal courtroom is, is my neighborhood. It's where I'm from. And I drove through that neighborhood on that. I think they had an expedition that us marshals are driving me to a place where they houses at an immigration facility.Actually, that's where they were housing us at. And I just I'm leaving my city. Like I'm never going to see this shit again, man. And it broke my heart in a drive through my hood, knowing that this is it for the next 40 years. It destroys you mentally and emotionally just absolutely destroys you bro. So check this out.So Chad's wife and Chad probably they have a discussion. This is big boy topics and this is real life. So he's it's 40 years. She has to live her life. Right. And probably no hard feelings. When, so Chad, when you got released after how many years did you get yourself? I did 17 years, five months at 21 days, bro.Okay. Just limited to the story about you and your, your, your wife. So 17 years he gets out and w and how does your wife react to what happens? She ends up contacting me and I'm pretty much, I'm like, look, man, you know that ship sailed. I love you. I care about you, but you got this life over here and you gotta, you gotta go live your life.You know, you got to live the life that you created. And, you know, I knew I had a 40 year sentence at the time. So she, she didn't do like others. A lot of chicks do don't. She came and told me like, look, it's just tough on me. You know, she was struggling to do it emotionally. She was crying a lot. She, it wasn't a life force, so she went on, but yeah, she contacted me and I tried to push her away.But honestly, man, I loved her man that she loved me obviously. And, uh, we ended up reconnecting. It's it's a crazy story, but I tried to push her away for like a month dude. She came to my house and I was like, look, you know, You got to go home. You got to go to the life that you have now. And you know, some dudes might be like, what dude?Honestly, she was married, man. She had, she had, she, she was married and she went home and told her husband like two weeks later, like, look, I can't live like this. You know, I feel like my real husband came home and he had 40 years. Our life was over wit and I never thought he'd get out. It isn't that I wanted to leave him, but I had to have a life.And now I just can't live like this. And that's kind of how it went, dude. And like, I didn't want to like, feel like I'm taking dudes, girl. You know what I mean? Right. She was, she was my wife and I just, you know, unfortunate circumstance and I, I did push her away bro. 100%. She'd tell you that. I ended up reconnecting, bro.I loved her man. And now they have twins. I talk about her in the book. Incredible. Think about that. Steve deemed credible, bro. I mean, Steve, how would you, what is the best show? In the world. It didn't the stories we hear on this show. You don't hear stories like this ever. Steve, let me ask you a question.And, and, and because the love aspect of this thing really moved me because it's kind of like what Chad says. It's like, on the one hand, you kind of understand the other guy, because what, what did he do? The guy didn't do nothing wrong, but you almost in this circumstance, I mean, how would you feel if you were the other guy, Steve?Oh, that that's what everybody's asking themselves right now. This new story, you and the other guy, Willie lump lump. Now, I don't know, man. We don't want to talk about that guy. I feel horrible. He didn't do nothing. Right? I mean, that guy couldn't wait. That wasn't in the cards for him, but GAM home. I love that part, right.Me too. Right. But at the same time, this is one of those scenarios where you're like, real love is real love. Right? Well, but I would also have to think that you, you, weren't the same exact person that left that relationship now there's, you're a very different person. So you're pushing, you might push your way saying I'm not even the same guy was when we were together.I want to keep it real with you. Right. And Alina aspects. I was the same dude, man. And she was the same chip. Right. I changed like my fault pattern. I changed my character as far as I don't want to be in the streets, dude. I'm not selling drugs no more. I appreciate, you know, he talked about the founding fathers.I appreciate life Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Right. But other than that, dude, I am pretty much the same dude. And she is too. Do we have, we had a connection. Like I'll tell you crazy shit. Do you remember back in the day I had the Celtics warm-up suit dude, and like she pop all the buttons in the grocery store on standing at the counter and she's just rolling.I'm like embarrassed dude, trying to pull my pants up. Like we used to just do crazy shit. Like we had to do, like, even to this day, like we do crazy shit, like laughing and playing. We just have a great relationship, man. Like a relationship where we never back then did we like had two arguments ever? Like, it was just, there was that there was that connection and not to, you know, brush over, you know, the other dude, dude, I did talk to do and said, dude, I don't want your wife, man.Have your family, bro. Like I talked to the dude, like he, he called me and was crying and I'm like, damn bro. Like I felt.Yes, listen, bro. That's heavy duty, bro. That's that's that? I mean, this story just gets deeper and deeper. Listen, we, you see my YouTube channel. The first video I did, there's like flashbacks of me and her and the pictures and it in, in that first bit, something like a three-minute video on the YouTube channel value.No, my brother though. But, but the one circumstance that you present right here, it's different than if you just showed up and you were some other guy, right? This is the one instance where that guy's like, if he's a real man, he's like fucking dude at a life sentence and he can't. I got a bow gracefully. I don't know them to say, listen, listen, this is one of those situations.Listen. Cause if you got married, listen, cause if I married her, I'm just going to say this. And she told me, my old man got 40 years in the back of my head. What I would be thinking is there's a chance as motherfucker could get out, right? There's a chance this dude could get out. And I need to know that, right.That would be my home responsibility too, to think that way. Right? You, you, you at least like own that possibility walking into the situation. Exactly.They're taking school spirit, just getting to the awesome saved by the bell. New season streaming. Now let's do this baby only on peacock sin. Listen though. That's true. And Chad, right, we got to have you ever as a war reoccurring guests, listen, check this out. Hold on, hold on. Hold on. All right. Listen, you really want to know about the story.Go to amazon.com.Buy your book, blood on a Raceway, but listen, this is what I'm trying to say though. This is what I'm trying to say. Come on, come on. I couldn't pass her up, bro.wait. Woo. You got to tug boat off a fucking big Lux. That's a big one. Damn it, man. Good job. Pardon me? Let's say no, but check this out. Check this out. You're right. Like a man, a man would know, okay, I'm walking into a situation that has maybe a 1% possibility of that. Right, right. But your heart would still turn you into a bitch because even though you know, the real, there's a part of you that would be hurting and you still would cry.I would say it don't matter. I'm not saying because you got accepted doesn't mean you're not fucked up by why. Damn, so. All right. So we've talked about, uh, that aspect and by the way, congratulations on your family. Congratulations on the twins. Did you, when you were laying in, when you were laying in the gray box, did you ever in your wildest dreams think that you would be back with your old lady and have twins and live in the life you're living right now?Honestly, never. In my wildest dreams and one of my right-hand dudes right here, he had just did like 15 years down in Victorville, California. And I was like, damn, bro, you still want to see me right when I won my case, I asked him that that night he said, He slammed me. Right-hand man, I'm gonna keep it real with you, bro.Let her go, man. It's over man. Probably not just let it go, man. It's over now. Yeah, man. You're right. And I can shook it off. You know what I mean? But he was wrong. Hey, when was it? All right. I am sorry. I have to go here still, but I had, so I love the story so much. So you shake it off you man, up, right? You, you look at facts are facts.How did the actual first contact go? Like what happened? Oh, all right. So check this out, right? You're probably gonna laugh about this. Yeah. I asked my sister, Hey, what's her last name? Like my sister and him knew where she was at and everything. So I want to check her on Facebook. So I find her on Facebook.And I, and I see this thing on there and she's part of the neighborhood watch community, right? She's on some cops shit. Now walk away was like, I'm all the way, like out of the way, like I don't, I'm not going to contact I'm on parole. I mean, I'm not, I know games and she's married and they call the police.I'm not going back to the jail. I don't want nothing to do with it. I see all the way out of the way, you know, the first contact was, um, she just reached out to me, man, and I was, Hey, what's going on? How are you? I hope things are going well for you hotline. Well, at Highline chat, please slow it down for a second.So did she call you? She does call me. I'm not going to say who, but yeah. Through someone else. So this is the deal though. No, hold up bro. She calls my paralegal firm phone number and she calls and she's like saying dumb stuff and I don't even know who, I don't even recognize the voice. I don't know what's her.And she said, I got a little bit, she told me to say that. You know, when we reconnected and I'm like, okay, so what can I do to help you? And she's like, well, uh, uh, I'm like, okay. And I'm kind of getting frustrated. So I just, you know, she hangs up on me, calls me again, does the same thing, like a week later.So I'm like, all right, whatever. I don't know what's her. And then eventually she calls me through someone else and I'm talking to the person and I say, Hey, you know, how's she doing? She goes, it's me. But I really knew it was her. It was on a message messenger. And then we ended up talking on the phone. And then when you talk on the phone, even though you're going to do the right thing and push her away and try to snap her out of whatever fantasy she might be having at that time.Um, was there a part of you though that knew where this was headed? Well, honestly, through when we first seen each other, it was, she was just like, look, nothing could ever change, but I wanted to see you. And I'm like, yeah, you got to accept that. You know what I mean? That's, that's what I think. My fate was and did it hurt my feelings?Of course it did bro. But there's another part of me where I was like, I'm not trying to hurt the kids or anybody. I'm just, you know what I mean? And let's keep it real, man. We're all men. I just did 18 years in prison. What do you think? I'm thinking, I know what you're thinking. I'm coming out here to have fun and do me.Right. But honestly, bro, and I'm sure you know, I struggled, man. I'm not gonna lie to you over my situation with her because I really loved her. Do what? I had a hard time for many, many, many years over this. It hurt me man for I wasn't good man until probably 2010, dude, I used to play basketball all day, go to the law library at night.That's how I got over that shit, man. And really I never got over it. And then as soon as I seen her and talked to her and seen her pictures, it was like, dude, it was like crushed my heart again, reoccurring I'll get, get hurt, man. It hurt. It hurt to see her with, you know, someone else in a FA all the things that we had.Like having a son and I used to daydream about, you know, throwing a football to my son and coach my son's baseball team. These are the things that I used to think about with her bro. And she had it with someone else. So yeah, it crushed me, man, man. And I just, I, I mean, I love it. So now, so, okay. So we've talked about the love aspects, but let's go back to, um, now you went to, so you were in the fed system and then I know that you went to a different, a couple of different places on the way to Sandy.And so for Mr and Mrs. Ear buds, what is Sandy? Okay. So back then, big Sandy and my perspective and a lot of people's perspective was probably the most dangerous, most violent federal prison in the United States, bro. Hands down. I mean, Victorville was a close second. Hazelton's a close second, but it was big Sandy, I'd go into big Sandy dude and it's like, right, right from Davis.They're crushing dudes, man. I'm not just talking about, you know, beating dudes up there, stabbing dudes the first night on there, dude slaps the cop in the middle of the day room and the cop grabs his face and he goes, what did I do? And all that. And I'm like, I'm from New York. I did time in New York state prison before the feds.Right? If you hit a cop in New York state, they got these Oak sticks, dude, they're gonna, they're going to kill you, man. This dude just slap the cop. And the cop was like, what did I do? And I'm like, what? The, I couldn't even believe it, bro. Wow. I knew I was in a dangerous zone. As soon as I seen the car. The cops were scared, bro.Right. And so, um, and I also in, in reading your story and also listening to some of the interviews, I saw that as everybody does in prison, and it's an old story now, essentially, right? The various, um, organizations or race organizations, uh, peep you out and find out where you run in. Did that happen for you immediately?As soon as you walk in white dudes approach you, Hey, where are you from? Who you run. And that's an immediate, if you, if you're Hispanic and you come in there, I mean, it's rough for somebody Hispanic brothers from the west coast. Obviously they take some of them dudes in the room and take your shirt off, man.They want to see your tattoos. They want to, they got to make sure, let's say, you know, you're south Saudi from Southern California and duke comes in. They want to see your tattoos, bro. What I mean, Steve, does that track for you? Does that make sense? What he's saying or wall? I haven't, you know, I only spent a couple of nights in the tombs and I didn't get to get to cross up with a whole bunch of people, but I don't know how, I don't know what happens out there with dudes or something all the way up.Right. In, in like big Sandy big Sandy. Is that, would that, what would, that would be like that's in Kentucky. It's in Kentucky. Yeah. Yeah. And like one of the poorest, most fucked up places in Kentucky. One of the great things about Chad Marx's book is he gives you a little bit of history about big Sandy, about Lyndon Johnson landing there in a helicopter, in the shithole of shitholes and all that other kind of shit to eventually develop and set aside like 308 acres for this like thing called big Sandy, that whatever that's the pro the system, he came from.Another thing that I thought was interesting about your story was, uh, you actually, and the other thing is, is how do people find you on YouTube to see all your interviews and the different things you discuss? Just go ahead and jump on that YouTube channel blood on the razor wire TV. And the mission of the channel is this bro, to save kids from life imprisonment and premature death are our stories and our experiences.And like the stuff that I talk about, it's not stuff that I made up, man. It's really, it's my. It's the life that I lived, the interactions that I've been through and I bring dudes on there and, and, you know, I always ask them, what message do you have for your younger self? What message do you have for kids that are on the wrong road?And you'd be surprised how many dudes got out of prison and hit me up and say, dude, I really need your show, man. You know, I'm 30 years old, but I did 10 years of helps me not forget where I came from. So I never got. Right. It won't be disappointed. Right. And one of the things that's not disappointing is in kind of like our show, you know, um, Chad keeps it very real and talks a lot about different things in part, because, and listen, this is always like some kind of issue that comes up in act I on it, I might, me personally, I don't give a fuck.Like we talk about it for real. Some of it is glorifying some of the violence and the different shit that goes on to a certain extent. But part of that is, is that some of the younger people, they want to hear that. And then when they're here, they also get all the other pieces of wisdom and everything.Is that sort of how your show runs Chad? 100% man, 100%. So along that line, my friend, my fine feathered friend. Why don't you tell us what happened when you got stabbed in pre. All right. So this is what happens, right? I'm hustling and USP Lee. I got a store. I sell stamps stamps or the currency in federal prison.This kid owes me $45. He's an Asian kid. He owes me $45 and he starts arguing with me saying, I only owe you 40. So I'm like, check this out, bro. You're right. You only, and this wasn't, I wasn't such a nice guy. I'm not you're right. Pay me to $40. Don't ask me for shit. And they just keep screaming. I said, Hey man, watch how you talk to me out here.We're in public, out here. And he's yelling. So honestly, dude, I blast the kid. Boom. I, I drop them kid from New York, goes over to the top of him. He goes, you got knocked the fuck out his feelings, bro. You know like that Friday thing. Excuse. So a week later, dude, I'm coming back from the store and do, comes up behind me.I don't even know he's out there and he stabs me in the back. He hits me. Boom, boom, boom. He hits me three times with an ice pick. Right? So when he hits me, I'm like, I spin around. I'm like, and I touched my back. My coat, one of my co-defendants is in prison with me. And I tell him, I say, Hey man, grab him. He starts running my co-defendants chasing him.And I'd say, Hey, you stabbed me. It's like my co-defendant the Fred Flintstone dude. Like when I said he stabbed me, like my co-defendant froze up and stopped. Like the dust came up off the concrete, but I changed dude and it's rain and he's weaving in and out. We even in and out. Right. And he slips, bro, if he didn't slip, dude, I ain't gonna lie to you.I wouldn't have caught him. Wow. He slips and falls. I jumped on the kid dude for real, I take the knife and throw it to the side and I just pound this dude's head in bro. Like, and I'm not trying to be like, I'm the baddest dude on the planet. But dude, I pound this dude's head in the cops run. They tackle me.The cop starts trying to punch me in my homeboy, just got stabbed like 30 something times bro. And I seen this shit. So I'm thinking, damn, I'm stabbed. I tell the cop, man, I'm stabbed. I'm stabbed, bro. Like, I'm not trying to die out here. Right. And I want to do it to stop punching me the cop, you know, So these dudes, and I'm a big dude, bro.They picked me up off the ground, bro. Like my feet are off the ground and they start running with me to medical. They get me to medical, they stick this long, Q-tip in my back and they're like, oh, you're all right. And they put me in the rec cage and I'm in the rec cage for like three, four hours. And once my adrenaline stopped pumping through it, I had to pull myself up off the rec cage, like grab a hold of it.I couldn't get up man. And ended up making my way to the cell. I laid in the bed for like three or four days. But this is the crazy part, dude. There's another dude that gets stabbed right around the same time as me. Like that same day, he goes to the hole, they put the Q-tip in him and do all that shit. He dies from internal bleeding, bro.They never send them to the outside hospital that could have been me. Brock would have been in that cell dude. I laid in that bed. I didn't eat, I didn't drink, but my celly was trying to help me out, man. Like I have a really good celly man and thrill duty. He was just doing it to help me man, because I was fucked up, man.When, how long do you think it took that dude to uh, Stab me three times. Like how long did that interval go, dude? It was just like a machine gun, like bang, bang, bang, bang. It just hit me. And when he has two holes in a scrape and when, how long do you think it took you to realize what just happened? Dude? I thought he punched me.I just thought dude punched me. I'm like, and then when I reached in my back and that's when I told my whole boy, like, I'm like, it was like immediate. Right. And I pulled my hand out and there's blood all over my hand. Right. So I'm like, yo man, Hey, catch him. He just stabbed me. That was it. I'm thinking one thing a fuck that if I'm going to die, I'm getting this dude before I die, man.And like where on the back? Where on the back did he stab you? Right by my spine. My lower back man is sitting in the spine. Well, it could have been so bad. And then, and then, um, how thick do you think? Because if they put a Q-tip in you, like how thick was the whole, it was an ice pick dude. Like, you know, a lot of times they'll take like pieces off the fans, big industrial fans.They'll take a piece of that off. Bend it sharpen it like a nail. And then, you know, Thailand, you're an on and put a little tape on there. That's what he hit me with, bro. He hit me with like, probably like a seven inch piece. It didn't go in it, dude. For real, it didn't really go in, go in, but it went in enough to put me in that bed for about three days after my adrenaline style and your whole body tightens up.When you get stabbed, it would like things happen to your body that you can't even explain. Steve, you ever been stabbed? No so you missed out big cut on the arm, but I haven't been stabbed, but I've seen the effects of, of, uh, welding rods. That's what fucking people would use in one prison I was at and they would take three welding rods and, and you take down all flaws and you take the three welding rods and hold them together like a triangle.Right. And you just come across them, wrap them tight, tight, tight in dental floss till it becomes one piece of metal. Right. And then you just. And there were using those and they were about the equivalent of an ice pick when you fucking sharpen them down, but you could poke somebody. And usually when you poke them, there's not a lot of blood too fast.Cause you're just poking them and nobody can really see the amount of damage that's been done. So if you poke them in the liver, the kidney, they could die two hours later. And I even know it, you know what I'm saying? And that's so there's different reasons, but I've seen the effects of like he's saying, poking somebody with an ice pick.It's actually a good choice of weapon in prison. All right. So w what was it? So then w the other part that I wanted to ask you is, so they got you, the, the prison, medics, they got you seated up and like, how big, how long is that? Oh, the Q-tips probably like, oh bro, probably about a foot long. Maybe they don't put the whole Q-tip in your back, but it looks like a Q-tip it's something would like this cotton on the end and that's how they can tell how far it went in.You get in there. Okay. You're good. But I mean, they did that with the native dude, told him he was good and he wasn't, he was internally bleeding, like you just said, hit him in the liver, the kidneys or something. And he died, bro. Right? Yeah. So how bad does it hurt when they stick that Q-tip in your, in your dude?Honestly, dude, I was so hyped up. My adrenaline was pumping, dude. I didn't really even feel it to be honest with you, but I felt that, you know, hours later, my, I couldn't even get off the ground. I could not stand up. All right, man. It, and then they tried to charge you for defending yourself, right? They did.They well, they, they sent it over to the FBI and the FBI declined process. But they did find me guilty at a disciplinary hearing. And they said, because after he stabbed me, I was free. He ran away. I chased him. So if I would have killed that dude, that day, that would have been a body, bro. They would have charged me.They would took me to federal court for killing him because I was already free. I was already safe. I chased him and killed him if I would've killed him. And so like, it's interesting because there is a legal, there is a legal concept, which is like, yeah, in the outside, not in prison, you can get into a fight.And if you defend yourself and you use proportionate force, usually then you won't be in trouble for, you know, shooting, punching whatever it is to get yourself out of a situation. But once the guy gets away and you're in the clear now then a lot of times we'll say you can't go chase that guy down, but prisons a different environment.Like that's not, I mean, yeah, the guy might get away and you might not be in trouble. If that guy stays alive, you're still in danger. Right? Well, that, that was my mistake, bro. When I knocked him out that day, one of us was supposed to leave. I let him stay. I let him stay. I should've pounded them out until, you know, one of us, we went to the hole and rolled, it comes out, one gets transferred.I never made that mistake ever again. If I had a problem with you, bro, you're handling them either I'm leaving or you're leaving, you know what I mean? Right, right, right, right. We're not staying here, not together. So, and then, so then other places, right, Chad, uh, it talks about the innovative aspect of a lot of prisoners, their minds are and everything.What was the most impressive knife you ever saw in prison that was home? The most impressive knife I've ever seen. I've seen two bad-ass knives, bro. One was a native American dude had a deer antler bro. And this shit was sharpened with the buffer homie. This was the most, I was like, wow, bro. He took the deer antler.I was like a weird deer antler. Like it didn't break off and go and curse. It was just a straight deer antler, but almost completely straight. And it was probably 10, 11 inches long dude. And it was dangerous. How do you get a deer antler in the prison dude, they got like these ceremonies they have and you get all kinds of shit, uh, under the right contact.What was the other night? They get it tobacco too, right? Yeah. The other knife was mine. I had a little beef with this dude from California named Sparky. Right. For real dude. He didn't like me. I didn't like him. And you know, usually you see that dude, you know, in prison like the east coast dudes in the west coast.It ain't always, it ain't always, you know, gravy, you know what I mean? So even though we were both white we're beefing in, in one day in the day room, I'm like, Hey, listen, bro, stop with the bullshit man at night, like yelling and shit. And for really took off on me. He hit me. Boom, boom, boom. I hit him. And then they're like, yo, there's this older white dude there, man, that everybody respected from Texas.And he's like, look, man, you guys gotta go ahead and shoot the Fairmont. So honestly do we ended up going in the, in the TV room and shooting the fair one, but that's because that dude intervene, but, and not on no tough guy shit, but dude, I rock this dude. Right? And then I, you know, UFC was big at that time.I'm like watching UFC somehow I got lucky dude put them in a little choke hold, Luna, put them to sleep. He was snoring. And when the cops came, he drugged me and I kicked him off me. They were like, let them go. Let them go. And I kicked him off me dude. And it was the loudest snore I ever heard, but I did not want to let this do go because I seen the knife that he had.I didn't expect him to take off on me. He was the butcher. He had a piece of steel. That looked like a butcher knife and it really wasn't. It was just a piece of steel. That was probably 12 feet looked like a chop. I think that video of that brother dancing around with that night, however, the hell they bent this thing over.However, they bent this thing over. I have no idea, dude, but it had a grip on it. And I'm thinking if this dude makes it back to his cell, I'm in danger. Right. So I was glad that the older white dude kind of was like, yo look, man, we went in the white TV room dude, and we just got, they have different TV rooms back then black TV room, sports, TV room, white TV room.And we just went in there and got it, man. You used the, um, you said, shoot a fair one. Can you just describe that for a lot of people? Who, what does that mean? Okay. So there's not a lot of fair ones in federal prison. Let's get that clear. Right. But once in a while, man, you can work it out where there's a fair amount.A fair one is just one-on-one. Your people aren't involved. Let's say he's from the west coast and out from the east coast. Let's say I got the east coast car. He's got the west coast car, but he's not going to get his people involved. I'm not going to get my people involved and we're just going, we're going to fight one-on-one man to man and let the best man win right on.So what was your process for writing the book? There's a lot of guys that get out, they've got great stories, a story to tell, how did you manage to, or what was your writing process to get this book out? All right. So I ended up going to the hole, right? As crazy as it sounds in 2008, I'm in the hole with my homeboy man that got stabbed like 30 something times.And I'm like, dude, I'm gonna write a book about this shit. Cause I was in the hole, reading these books that dudes wrote in federal prison that running like Lowe's and camps. And I'm like, they ain't telling this. They can't tell our story because they never lived here. I sit in the shit that I've experienced in here.I'm going to write this shit. And I started writing like a rough draft. And then I put it away for a couple years and then I'd pull it out. And then when I won my case, I said, man, I'm about to finish this book. This might be my stepping stone to make a couple of dollars to get on my feet. Right. So I wrote that book, man, nonstop.After I found out I won my case. The crazy part is I was supposed to get out June 5th. My family comes to pick me up in Kentucky, bro. I see them in the parking lot. I'm walking down and they call on the walkie. He stopped him. There's an appeal. Stop him immediately. The prosecutor filed an appeal. Dude. Ittears me up a little bit, but uh, see everybody ain't always, you know, in all the time tough. Right. But uh, yeah, dude, I see my family right there, man. And they, they, they turned me around and because the cops had a little respect for me, cause all the time I had him, he said, Hey, you got clothes. I'll do. I didn't have any clothes because my family brought the clothes.We're going to go to the hotel, take a shower change and do all that. But if I had clothes out and made it out, so they did like three or four dudes before me. And then when I was going, I'm walking out and just my sweat and my little prison hat and all that shit, they end up calling on the walkie talkie.They stopped me putting me back in there. My lawyer, who was the dude that prosecuted John Gotti as a prosecutor, became a federal judge. Uh, John Gleason Gleason. He was a federal judge for 22 years. He ended up taking on my case pro bono at the end, he filed an appeal immediately doing it. Three weeks later, I ended up getting out, but the government filed an appeal due the night before I got out.Bro, can you believe that? How are those three weeks, man? How are the three and a half weeks? I'm thinking I'm getting out. I mean, for like three months, I think yo, I'm getting. Right. And the day I'm supposed to get out, dude, they turned me around. I'm telling you I was 10 feet away from the gate, bro. I was already outside.How do you, how do you not lose your shit? And just go ballistic and kicking ass, everybody. Like, how do you keep yourself contained? I don't know. Do I did a video about this? I didn't keep myself contained. Um, I ended up doing something, man, with someone at the end of my bid dude, they thought I was someone else.And they stole my radio on my headphones. Fun. I went and ripped the pull off the shower. And you know, I probably shouldn't talk about this publicly, but fuck it, man. It is what it is. Right. I went and he's dude sales dude, and these dudes were smoking