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GOD Provides Watch and Be Ready GoodShepherdTraining.com https://www.patreon.com/GoodShepherdTrainingToday we talk Survival Guns for the beginner to expert level, .22lr 30-30win, 45-70, the Shotgun, blackpowder, Battle-Rifles A.R.s V A.K.s the Guide to Survival Guns.
On Saturday, June 4, a homeowner in Orange, Texas, was out doing some yard work when he noticed his back door opening. The next thing he saw was the barrel of a shotgun. James Grant, a reporter with KBMT 12NewsNow in Beaumont, Texas, shares what happened next. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Marty Fischer grew up in southeast Georgia near Savannah and is a 1974 graduate of Georgia Southern College with a BS Degree in Speech-Public Relations. Marty got his start in the hunting and shooting industry when he served as the Vice President and General Manager of Cherokee Rose Shooting Resort in Griffin, Georgia from April 1990 through December 1992. In January 1993 Marty founded SportShooting Consultants, Ltd, a company that specializes in gun club design, event target setting and management as well as business consulting for the hunting and clay target industries. To date Fischer has designed and/or set competition targets on more than 175 sporting courses throughout North America. He has done design work for the likes of the Ted Turner family (Kinloch Plantation on the Santee River in SC), Henry Kravis, (7 Lakes Lodge in Meeker, CO, now owned by golfer Greg Norman) managing partner of Kohlberg, Kravis and Roberts in New York, Los Angeles Dodgers owner Mark Walters, noted hotelier Richard Kessler and his Kessler Canyon Ranch in DeBeque, CO. He recently did an initial private design and clay target installation for Gaylon Lawrence, Jr. in Wilson, Arkansas. Additional public facility phases are being planned and priced at this time. Recent courses of note include a redesign of the Brays Island Sporting Clays course in South Carolina and two 15 station championship layouts for the Clark County Shooting Park in Las Vegas, Nevada; sporting clays, 5-Stand, shooting school venues for The Orvis Shooting Grounds at Pursell Farms in Alabama; two 14 station layouts for the Garland Mountain Sporting Clays facility in north metro Atlanta, GA and a 5-Stand, Wobble Trap, 10 station corporate courses at The Kiawah Sporting Club in SC and at historic Millpond Plantation in Thomasville, GA as well as two 15 station sporting clays courses for Dead Zero Shooting Park in Spencer, TN. He recently finished a project called The Clays at Lone Oaks Farm, a $2.3 million clay target project for the University of Tennessee. His next full-service design for completion is a sporting clays facility in Weirton, WV. At any given time, he has three to five different design jobs underway. Fischer became one of the first National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) Level III Shooting Instructors. This level of coaching expertise represents the highest instructor level awarded by the NSCA. Marty is also the Head Coach of the Georgia Southern University Clay Target Team, which competes for Regional and National Collegiate Clay Target Championships. Under his guidance, Georgia Southern won back-to-back ACUI divisional national championships in 2021 and 2022.
Today we are going to talk about the shotgun. My goal is to give the listener a fundamental understanding of exactly how shotguns work. What all the jargon like shot size, choke, gauge, etc. means and more importantly why it … Continue reading →
We're back! Join your hosts LadyLucida and thisisredlitre as they investigate the dreams and Nightmares of Calus in the newest Destiny 2 Dungeon, Duality. Not one to miss! SHOW NOTES: Hakke Armor Lore: https://www.reddit.com/r/DestinyLore/comments/ux40qj/s16_spoilers_piecing_together_lore_from_dungeon/ Duality Dungeon Gear (and lore where applicable): https://www.light.gg/db/new-items/season-of-the-haunted/duality-dungeon-gear/ Calus' Stolen Memories: https://youtu.be/6QGD1nK5RT4
Der wunderbare Dom guckt diese Woche bei uns vorbei, um mit Robin über die Aufbauspiele Per Aspera & Dorfromantik zu reden! Mitgebracht hat er außerdem eine Wagenladung mal mehr, mal weniger bekannter Indie-Games wie Vampire Survivors & Shotgun King. Dom und Hooked, immer eine tolle Kombination - deshalb euch nun viel Spaß mit der neuen Folge Hooked FM! Sponsoring: Schnapp dir den NordVPN-Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/hookedfm! Jetzt risikofrei testen mit der 30-Tage-Geld-zurück-Garantie! Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 5:02 - Dom versteht Lollipop Chainsaw nicht 13:13 - Playstation Plus Extra + Premium + Blödsinn 24:50 - Werbung: NordVPN.com/hookedfm 26:40 - Dom Shot, Gun King: The Final Checkmate 36:07 - Trepang2 1 Demo 42:57 - Dom bettelt: Spielt Battle Brothers 48:05 - Per Aspera ad astrein 1:01:50 - Geheimtipp: Vampire Survivors! Und 20 Minutes Till Dawn 1:08:50 - Was ist eigtl mit den Nazis in Sniper Elite 5 los? 1:14:14 - Dorfromantik? More Like Dorfsüchtigmachendesspieltik! 1:26:46 - Podcast-Produzent*innen
Be Strong and of good Courage Joshua 1GoodShepherdtraining.comToday we get super nerds about buckshot from #4 to 000 chokes, buffer, patterning Tactical shotgunning hunting ect...
We catch up with Brad Kidd Jr. as he is on his way to the South Central Regional to discuss his thoughts on a variety of current topics, including his take on the US Open targets, coaching new shooters, and some of his own struggles. Brad "the one wheel peel" is always a good conversation, and his opinions on things are always straight forward! Woolley Shooting Inc sells more than just over / under shotguns, and hearing this weeks segment will give you all the confidence you need to purchase from Woolley Shooting. John Andrews has bought a few guns from Woolley, and he gives us his take on the experience he had with Woolley from start to finish!- Brad Kidd Jr - email@example.com. 985-232-1696- Woolley Shooting Inc -https://www.woolleyshooting.com- Folded Wing Apparel - https://foldedwingapparel.com- OtoPro Hearing Service- https://otoprotechnologies.com- Rhino Chokes - https://rhinochokes.com- RE Ranger- https://www.reranger.com- BAREPELT- https://barepelt.com- GAMEBORE US- https://www.gameboreus.com- ATLAS TRAPS- https://www.atlastraps.com- NEGRINI CASES- https://negrinicases.com/the-dead-pair/- White Flyer Targets - https://whiteflyer.com- Chad Roberts-email- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week I have 3 college shooters from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro Georgia on with me. This school has an interesting story on how they started and how good they have become in just a few short years. With head coach Marty Fischer, there is a lot of knowledge and talent behind this team and it is only going to get better. If you follow college shooting sports, you cannot take your eye off this team. You know of a college that needs to be on the podcast? Send us an email and let us know who!
An advanced mutant hunter. An explosive personality. One of Captain America's discarded identities. An alpine skier. Galactus' most recent herald. Which are Hot? Which are Not? Find out, as the Hot Squad continues to rate OHOTMU's 9th issue on how datable its characters are. Featuring permanent panelists Elyse, Isabel, Nathalie, Josée, and Shotgun. Listen to Episode 83 below (the usual mature language warnings apply), or subscribe to oHOTmu OR NOT? on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! Relevant images and further credits at: oHOTmu or NOT ep.83 Supplemental This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK! Visit our WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/ Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Subscribe via iTunes as part of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK. And thanks for leaving a comment.
Adam learns the reason why he's suddenly hearing David Bowie songs everywhere before comparing his very different Father's Day with Gina's. The gang plays The Rotten Tomatoes Game, with movies showcasing the celebrities featured in Adam's new book: ‘Everything Reminds Me of Something: Advice, Answers...but No Apologies'. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: JBWeld.com Geico.com TommyJohn.com/ADAM
In episode 1271, Jack and guest co-host Jacquis Neal are joined by comedian, producer, and co-host of I'm Sorry, Mohanad Elshieky, to discuss… NASA Is Joining The Hunt for UFOs … Kind Of, Hollywood Blames Hollywood For Gun Violence and more! NASA Is Joining The Hunt for UFOs … Kind Of Hollywood Blames Hollywood For Gun Violence 6 Handguns, 2 ‘Assault Weapons,' 2 Submachine Guns, Shotgun, Grenade Used in HBO's ‘True Detective;' Produced by, Starring Matthew McConaughey Hollywood and Gun Violence Gun violence deaths: how the U.S. compares with the rest of the world How Hollywood Made the Gunmakers' Day LISTEN: Old Bone (Jim-E Stack Remix) by Wet See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join JET and Nic as they end their foray into guns with an episode all about gunshot wounds. Stay safe out there everyone!Follow us on:- Twitter @deadmendo- Instagram @thedeadtelltales- Facebook @ Dead Men Do Tell Tales PodcastContact us through our website or send an email directly to email@example.comOpening theme music: "Introducing the Pre-roll" by Lee Rosevere
Coming up on 99% CRAPS Our May CRAPS trip in Louisiana! Heading to Lake Charles and then on to New Orleans. We'll talk strategy on the way to LC. And what happened on the way out to NOLA. But 1st, The Man, The Myth, The Legend. Shotgun's back! TW - @99percentcraps FB – Ninednine Percent IG – ninedninepercent.craps NOTES for Episode 49 00:00 - GE CRAPS SHOOTERS 00:20 - SHOTGUN'S BACK 00:45 - GOING TO LC THEN TO NOLA 03:45 - STRATEGY 09:00 - BEAU RIVAGE SHOOTER 15:15 - GOING TO NEW ORLEANS 18:55 - GM CRAPS SHOOTERS 19:15 - SUCCESSFULL SESSION 20:15 - GOLDENT NUGGET REVIEW 21:30 - L'AUBERGE REPORT 22:30 - HAD A GOOD ROLL 28:00 - BARSTOOL SPORTSBOOK 36:00 - HEADING TO NEW ORLEANS 39:55 - A LIL BIT ABOUT BERNARD
Rick Hemingway is one of the leaders in this sport. He does things differently, he tries new things and don't mind venturing out into something that hasn't been done before. We talk about how he built backwoods into what it is today. We talk about the 2022 US Open and what he thought of the targets on the main event, the upcoming JR. US Open and the 2023 Gator Cup which is coming to Georgetown in March of 23.
GOD Provides GoodShepherdTraining.comhttps://www.patreon.com/posts/67737339No other small arm in my opinion can rival the Shotgun if versatility hunting to defense in my opinion the best choice for a survival weapon P.S. Update I can no longer at this time recommend the new 870s the old ones are great the new ones at least in my experience are not good. Good news some of the Turkish ones seem to be good.
Watching Hobo with a Shotgun on HBO Max reminded us that...it's been 15 years since the release of one of the most influential box office flops of the 2000s: GRINDHOUSE! Sit back as we look back on Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's Double Feature classic that changed film forever, and brought us future classics like Machete and Hobo with a Shotgun. SONG USED: Trap Metal Type Beat "Lost" Dark Rock Rap Instrumental by Ryni Beats: https://ryinibeats.com/beat/trap-metal-type-beat-lost-dark-rock-rap-instrumental-4226968 Find us on other platforms here: https://anchor.fm/what-we-stream Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatwestream Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatwestream We're on, but not limited to: iHeartRadio, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Deezer, RadioPublic, Anchor. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/what-we-stream/support
Tim & Co. join journalist and commentator Brandi Kruse to discuss some of the spicier topics ordinarily only available to Timcast.com members. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A voyage of discovery -- is it the song or the episode? Shotgun, originally by George Ezra, covered by Pomplamoose featuring Dodie. Outro music is Budapest, also by George Ezra, because Rich is convinced Amanda actually knows that one.
Waddap Mutha Fuckas! I know it's been a while, but I'm back with some more calls! This episode, we bothered a few HOA property owners, hotel guests, and tradio posters! I even got some crazy hillbilly to safely shoot off his shotgun! The intro backing track is Blxst- Overated, and the outro track is Jack Stauber - Buttercup. Thanks to GreatBigPete for the intro tune and Vlad for the sexy drop. Don't forget to leave a voicemail for the show by calling 1-866-420-LEON Continued thanks to all of the Patreon Supporters: Jim, Jason, Mopar King, Dragonmere, User, Dribblybob, Dr. Gerbilphile, Milkbox, Joshua, Sugar Britches Jr, Phil, El Guapos Ghost, Gaydoff Hitler, KiNGoSLiME, Tylerosaurusrex, Vince, Theo, Murrymurz, BrownMagic, SpinyNorman, GreatBIGPete, Chrispy808, Social Media User, Delorean Jackson, and Chris! Be sure to catch my return to live shows next Thursday, 6/16/22 at 7pm (CST) on Prankcast! Discord: https://discord.gg/72KB8Rx2vu Prankcast: http://www.Prankcast.com/ItsLeonMuthaFucka Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCyHy7PseHk_guYwII4lPCg Twitch: https://www.Twitch.tv/LeonHaberdashery Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LeonHaberdashery Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/LeonsHaberdashery Support the show by subscribing to the podcast, and joining my Patreon: http://www.Patreon.com/ItsLeonMofo or by making one time content purchases or donations on BuymeaCoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ItsLeonMofo You can also follow my twitter to sign up for notifications when I go live: http://www.Twitter.com/LeonMuthaFucka Also, if you want me to prank someone you know, visit http://www.LeonHaberdashery.com and fill out the form. You can also send numbers to Pranks@LeonHaberdashery.com Finally, to purchase merch, visit: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/leons-haberdashery
George Ezra était l'invité du Double Expresso RTL2 ce vendredi 10 juin à l'occasion de la sortie de son nouvel album "Gold Rush Kid". Il a interprété deux titres en live dans les studios de RTL2 : "Anyone For You (Tiger Lily)" extrait de son nouvel album ainsi que le maintenant classique "Shotgun".
George Ezra était l'invité du Double Expresso RTL2 ce vendredi 10 juin à l'occasion de la sortie de son nouvel album "Gold Rush Kid". Il a interprété deux titres en live dans les studios de RTL2 : "Anyone For You (Tiger Lily)" extrait de son nouvel album ainsi que le maintenant classique "Shotgun". L'info Expresso - Il est possible de dormir dans la Mystery Machine de Scooby-Doo - Les hommes barbus sont vraiment plus sexy Le winner du jour : - Les valises se font la malle La chanson du jour : Prince & The Revolution "Let's Go Crazy" Le savoir inutile : Un aptonyme est une personne dont le nom est en relation avec sa profession ou ses occupations Le jeu surprise (qui suis-je ?) : Emilie de Méricourt près de Lens remporte un séjour pour 4 personne au Parc Astérix. La Banque RTL2 : Denis de Montpellier remporte le DVD du film "Super-héros malgré lui" & Le double vinyle "Money For Nothing" de Dire Straits. Karim de St Hilaire Du Rosier remporte un permis de conduire.
Summer In Maine: Part 5. A night out on the town.by Member389. Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.The next morning I grabbed breakfast at a local coffee shop and called home. Mom asked how things were going, and I said that they were going better than expected and I'd catch her up when I got back. I didn't tell her any more than that, but it was the complete truth. I still couldn't believe that things had gone so well.I looked into some after dinner entertainment four my date with Chrissy on Saturday and realized I didn't have anything appropriate to wear. I decided to go shopping and find something worthy of a night to remember.I was in town and not far from the hospital from what I could tell so I gave Chrissy a call and asked if she wanted to have lunch again. I walked into the wing where she worked and leaned against the nurse's station looking up and down each hall to see if I could spot her. A woman behind a short partition looked up hearing me moving around.“Hi. Can I help you?” She asked.“I'm looking for Christa.” I said.“Oh, you must be Pete.” She stood and walked over to the counter holding out her hand. “I'm Joan. She mentioned you'd be by.”“I was hoping to sneak her away for a few minutes for lunch.” I smiled.“It's going to probably be another fifteen before she'll be able to. I have to wait for one of the other nurses to come back before I can release her into your care.” She smiled.“Okay well I can just grab a coffee in the cafeteria for a few to keep out of the way. Thanks.” I said and turned to walk down the hallway and saw her in a room through a crack in the door. She was bent over a patient talking to them with a smile on her face. I looked at my watch and headed to the cafeteria to wait.I watched the coming and going of people through the windows for a while when I felt arms wrap around my neck and hands cover my eyes.“Guess who?” She asked.“Bob, is that you? Your hands are so soft.” I replied.She buried her face in my hair and gave me a kiss on the top of the head before pulling my head back against her chest.“Does Bob have these?” She said softly and gave a subtle rub of her chest against my head.“Well, he has put on some weight so yea I'm guessing he does.”She bent down and kissed my cheek. “Come on you clown, I'm hungry.”I stood wrapping my arms around her waist and drew her tight against me giving her a long kiss. “Me too, but I'll have to settle for food.”Her eyes flashed at me and her grin widened. “For now.” Her cheeks turned pink at the sound of several muffled giggles. “Come on let's eat before you get me in trouble for sexually harassing a visitor.”“I won't be the one filing a complaint. In fact, I was just wondering in a place this size how many available beds there might be.” I said, as I walked with her to the line. We settled in at the table and Chrissy attacked the giant salad she had in front of her.“So, no hints, nothing to go on tonight? I'm kind of nervous.” I said.“That's normal, weren't you nervous when you interviewed for your job at the fire department?”“No, not really. It was more like signing up for a class than a job interview. He asked me some questions, I asked him a few, and before I knew it he was shaking my hand and welcoming me aboard.”“It's not going to be like that, I assure you. She's pretty much your standard 12 year-old girl.” Chrissy just froze, the fork halfway to her mouth and looked at me.“What?” I asked worried.“I just did the math.” She looked around to see who was within earshot. “You're closer to her age than mine.” She set down her fork and looked out the window for a minute.I reached out and took her hand. “Don't let it bother you. It sure as hell doesn't bother me.”She snorted. “You'll still be in your twenties when I'm forty.”“Don't worry, I'm a firefighter. I can put the candles out before the house burns down.” I chuckled. Chrissy tried hard to look unamused and failed.“I can imagine the news now. ‘Aging spinster in torrid affair with young stud, more at 11.' My friends are going to think I'm trying to recapture lost youth. Let alone what my family…”“Stop.” I said sharply but softly. “You're worried about ten years from now more than you're worried about ten hours from now. Relax, there are only three people that have any input in this, and two of them are right here. I'm going to be interviewed by the other in just a few short hours.”Chrissy looked at me seriously for a moment then burst out laughing.“What?” I asked.“The look on your face. You'd think you were facing a firing squad at sundown. I can assure you that you have nothing to worry about.”We finished and Chrissy had to rush to get back, she tugged me along back as far as the nurse's station. She turned and looked at me for a moment then gave me a quick wink.“So you'll meet us at the house around 5? We can just take one car that way.”I nodded. “Sounds good. I'll see you then.”I began to lean in for a quick kiss when Chrissy snaked her arm around my neck and practically gave me a tonsillectomy with her tongue.I just chuckled and smiled and let her get back to work.I spent a little time wandering around downtown window shopping before I went back to the motel. I took a little time to reflect on everything that had happened in just a few short days, and I realized I couldn't be luckier if I won the lottery. My only hurdle left is tonight. How would Emily see me, as someone invading their lives, as someone trying to fill her dad's shoes. I let out a sigh and decided that the best thing I could do is to set all of that aside and get to know her and let the chips fall where they may. Chrissy didn't seem overly concerned. Why should I?I grabbed a quick shower, dressed and grabbed my jacket before I headed up to Chrissy's house in the hills.The tires hissed along the gravel drive as I pulled alongside her Jeep. I walked to the door, bouquet in hand and rang the bell. I took a deep breath, just as the door opened. A pretty girl stood there, dark hair and piercing eyes stared intently at me for a moment. In a flash of an eye a familiar crooked little smile crossed her face.“Mom, your hot date is here!” She yelled over her shoulder.“Well don't make him stand on the step, let him in!” Chrissy hollered back. I just started chuckling as Emily opened the door. Emily cracked open the outside door and opened the inside door further.“Come on in.” She said.“Hi Emily, I'm Pete.” I said holding out my hand. Already over five feet I could tell she was going to be tall like her mother.“Are those for my mom?” She asked nodding at the flowers. I just shook my head.“No, they're for you.” I said presenting them to her. Her eyes grew wide, and her expression got serious for a moment before she took them with a smile.“I'll be right out.” Came the call from another room. She laughed a bit after saying it. I began to think this was a calculated move.Emily set the flowers down and disappeared headfirst into a low cupboard coming up with a vase. She filled it with water and put the flowers into it, preening them to get them the way she wanted.Chrissy came out of a short hallway dressed in jeans and a blue and gray striped sweater. Her hair freshly brushed and a big smile on her face.“Hi.” She said giving me a quick hug, and more notably a slight push-off after. She noticed the flowers on the counter. “They're beautiful. Thank you.”Emily turned and interjected with a grin. “He brought them for me.”“Oh, he did, did he?” She looked at me, the eyebrows lifting.I gave Chrissy a slight shrug and a wink. She just gave me a quick eyeroll in return. “Score one for the visiting team.” She said, in a low voice.“You're the fireman that saved my mom from drowning in the ocean, huh?” Emily asked.“Actually we responded to a fall victim that was out on the rocks. If I hadn't braved the wild winds and pounding surf, she might not have made it.” I said. “She could have been lobster chow.”“Oh lord, the story gets more dramatic with the telling.” Chrissy joined in. “I fell on the rocks, luckily I had a cell signal, and called for help. Pete here was one of the first responders and promptly hauled me back to the sand and brought me to the walk-in clinic to get X-rays. See? Not nearly as dramatic as you two make it sound.”“She was laid up for a week after, and I kept an eye on her. I didn't want her to starve because she couldn't feed herself.” I added, a wicked glint in my eye.“Yes, you can cook, and I certainly didn't want for anything.” She gave me a warning look that I should stop before more questions began. “Is your stuff in the car, Em?” Emily nodded at her mother. “Grab your jacket, let's go I'm hungry.” She said grinning. Emily trotted up the hallway, and Chrissy stepped closer, and we kissed deeply. “Nice job with the flowers you clown.” She ran her thumb across my lip wiping away any telltale lip gloss.“I do what I can.” I grinned and stepped back a half step before Emily walked back into the kitchen.We left, Emily yelled ‘Shotgun!' and her mother quickly squashed that plan, though I graciously got in the back seat and let her have the front. Chrissy giving me a sidelong look, knowing I was indulging Emily for my own sake.“Is this your guitar in the back Emily?” I asked. She turned as far as she could in her seat to reply.“Yup, my teacher is going to be there tonight and we're going to play.”“That's awesome! What are you going to be playing?”“You'll just have to wait and hear.” She smiled, a mirror of her mothers impish grin.Chrissy pulled up beside the fire house and parked between a couple pickup trucks. We walked inside to the din of what sounded like a school cafeteria. The engine sitting outside had made room for folding tables and chairs to be set up in the bay. People were already seated, and others milled about talking and laughing.“I'm going to find Jen.” Emily said, wrestling her guitar case through the crowd.Chrissy was saying hi to people as we passed through the crowd, but she kept moving like she was on a mission.“Dale!” She called out. A large guy turned around, he must have been six and a half feet tall. She wrapped an arm part way around his waist and hugged him. “Come here I've got someone I want you to meet. This is my rescuer, remember when I took that spill a couple summers back. Pete, this is my uncle Dale.”“Hi there. Thanks for making sure she didn't end up as fish bait.” He said smiling, shaking my hand.“Pete is applying to the fire department here, looking to get hired for the new year.” She added.Dale's eye turned on me appraising openly. “Looking to move to our neck of the woods, are you?”I nodded. “Yes sir.” I didn't add anything so that rumors wouldn't begin. The look in his eye got shrewd, and he knew exactly why I was willing to pick up and move a thousand miles away from home. The reason was standing right next to him.“Hell don't call me sir, save that for her dad.” He said tilting his head towards Chrissy. “Call me Dale, good luck to you Pete. Now go on and get some food before the kids clean us out.” He said smiling. We made our way through the crowd, Chrissy greeting people as she passed, stopping a few times to introduce me around. We eventually found ourselves in the chow line. Chrissy insisted on paying for us at the little card table. She mentioned that hurricane Emily might blow through any minute. The lady let her know that Em had already come through the line.We found a place to sit and eat at one of the tables. People stopped to chat and moved on, the night had a familiar small town feel to it. Before long we could hear the sound of guitars, chords being strummed here and there. People started to grab seats, and there was Em sitting on the left of another girl and a woman. They were sitting around a music stand and Em and the other girl were watching the woman point things out on the sheet music. I felt a hand grip my thigh and looked at Chrissy who was beaming at Emily with a big grin on her face. A few moments later the woman began, and the girls joined in playing Van Morrison's Moondance instrumental. My foot began tapping and Chrissy's grip tightened on my leg as I ran my arm over the back of her chair rubbing her back. She turned to me with the silliest grin. I only hoped she was reminiscing about when I played it for her at the summer festival. They gave way to the Beatles Eleanor Rigby, then played John Denver's Take Me Home, which they sang.Chrissy leaned in close to my ear and whispered. “Thank you.” Before giving me a peck on the cheek. I just wrapped my arm around her and gave her a squeeze and smiled.As the group finished the crowd erupted with applause, the girls grinning ear to ear. The woman spoke up after the noise died down stating that she had room for one more student this year if anybody knew someone looking for lessons.Emily packed her guitar away and put her chair back with the tables. She made her way back to where we were sitting and got caught up in a bear hug from Chrissy.“Alright, say goodbye to your friends, we need to get going.”As we left I hollered shotgun and got front seat privileges on the way back to the house. We chatted on the way back about other songs Emily had learned, and how long she'd been playing. Coincidentally it had been just over a year. Chrissy pointed out that she was a natural, learning very quickly.“We learned Moondance this summer. I figure if mom liked it so much I wanted to learn it.”“Your mom likes Van Morrison?” I prodded.“She's played his greatest hits until she practically wore out the CD.” Emily replied. I just grinned wider. Out of the corner of my eye I saw Chrissy's expression and nearly bust out laughing as she tried to look aloof, the twinkle in her eye giving her away.“Well, there are some other great musicians from that era you might like. Maybe I can suggest a few for you to listen to.” I said.“Do you play too?” She asked surprised.“Not guitar. I play saxophone, clarinet, and dabble a little in piano.” I said.“I can teach you.” She said, excited.She didn't begin to know how much I would love that. “That would be awesome.”“Not tonight.” Chrissy chimed in. “You need to get ready for your sleep over, and that room of yours looks like a tornado touched down in there.” As we entered the house she told Emily that she needed to get it cleaned up. Emily went down the hallway with a few sighs and several eye rolls.“Would you like something to drink?” Chrissy asked, with an unusual look in her eye.“Yes, please.” I nodded, trying to decipher it. She opened the fridge and pulled a wine bottle out and began opening it. Music started playing down the hall as Em puttered around making more noise than necessary. I turned from looking down the hall to look at Chrissy. She had stopped opening the wine and I noticed her shoulders trembling slightly. I stepped closer my hand circling her waist.“Hey, what's the matter?” I asked softly.“I don't know, it all seems to be happening so fast, I feel like I'm waiting for the train to derail. You know? I get the feeling something is going to go wrong and it's all going to blow up in my face.” She looked up, her eyes burning intently.I chuckled. “How do you think I felt when I put that note in the mailbox and drove back down the mountain to wait and see if you'd respond.”“Those were the scariest hours of my life.” I added softly, staring down at the wine bottle. “I mean I had no idea if you'd call the cops or call and tell me it was all a mistake and I should go home, or worse, just throw it away, and me with it.”She spun around in my arms and wrapped her arms around my neck kissing me fiercely. “If you think for a moment that it didn't hurt to leave you like that, then you're crazy. I only did what I thought was best.”“Ahem?” Came loudly from the hallway door. I tried to release Chrissy from my grip, but she just held tighter and gave me another quick kiss.“Better let her get used to it.” She whispered, before slowly letting go of me.“Ready for inspection.” Emily said saluting as she stood at attention.Chrissy let out a snort. “I bet. How much of it is stuffed under the bed?” She asked as she spun Em around and pointed her down the hallway giving her a nudge.As I watched them retreat down the hallway I felt a warm glow deep inside me, the feeling enveloped me, eventually making the hair on the back of my neck tingle. There was no other explanation for it, this just felt right. I turned and poured the wine into the glasses, putting the bottle back into the fridge as I listened to muffled conversation and shuffling as the last of the cleaning was directed.“Put the basket on the dryer, and I'll ask Pete if he wants to join us for movie night.” Chrissy said. She walked back toward me, a grin on her face before she let out a dramatic sigh and rolled her eyes. “Still a disaster, but you can walk through it now.” She smiled. “So, on Friday nights we usually pick a movie to watch. It's sort of a tradition, some mommy and me time. Care to join us?”“So long as it's not an intrusion on the mommy and me time.” I said grinning back at her.“Like I said, she's going to have to get used to you being around. What better way to start.”“Well we better find something family friendly, you know, no late night cable.” I chuckled.Chrissy laughed. “No and I'll make sure we don't bore you with princesses and tiaras.”“You don't have to change what you'd normally watch on my account.” I replied.“Well, it is nearly Halloween, horror movies have been popular the last few weeks, but they're getting old. What's your favorite?”I shrugged, giving her a non-committal look. “I'm pretty easy going, though ax wielding, chainsaw revving, slasher flicks are a little too much for me. I've decided a while back that I like being able to sleep.”“I'm sure we'll find something.” She smiled wrapping her arms around my waist.“So, what's the verdict so far?” I asked softly kissing her ear.“Hmm?” She responded, running her lips up my cheek leaving a trail of kisses.“Emmy? Am I doing okay?” I prodded her.She let go of my earlobe long enough to whisper. “Oh, you're a shoe in. She asked me if you were my boyfriend, with a huge grin on her face.”“Well?” I asked, wondering at her response.She pulled back laying her forehead against mine. I could see the little grin on her face, she bit her lip and said. “I think he just might be if you like him. She nodded like a bobble head doll.”“Yes!” I whispered. “Easiest interview ever.”“Am I going to walk into a room and find you two sucking face every time?” Emily said, clearly not as exasperated as she tried to sound.“Only if I'm lucky.” I replied.“Go and get everything ready and I'll make the popcorn.” Chrissy said.We sat down on the sofa, I ended up in the middle. “What are we watching?” I asked.“You choose.” Emily said.I took the controller and thought a moment and keyed in a title to see if it was available, and it was.“Ever heard of this one?” I asked as the film poster popped up with a short synopsis.Both shook their heads. “Nope, any good?”“Well the book was fantastic, but I've never seen the movie.” I hit play, and the credits began. The movie was a hit, the fantasy and magic captured Emily's imagination as she let out occasional exclamations. I chuckled inwardly when I realized I had both of them tucked under each arm. I don't remember when that happened, but I certainly wasn't going to complain about it.“That was a good movie. I love when he went to find the falling star and found the girl.” Emily said.“Sort of reminds me of how I found your mom on the beach.” I said.“Oh please.” Chrissy said, rolling her eyes and giving me a poke in the ribs. Emily broke into a fit of giggles. “Alright you, get ready for bed.”“But it's not even ten yet!” Emily shot back.“It will be by the time you're done.” Her mother replied. “Now scoot, get a move on.” Chrissy uncurled herself and began to s
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The architectural term synonymous with New Orleans? Shotgun homes. A new house tour from the Preservation Resource Center's features five shotgun private homes that have been remodeled with innovative reservations. PRC Executive Director Danielle Del Sol tells us more about how historic homes can meet the needs of modern families. Following a pandemic hiatus, The Essence Festival of Culture presented by CoCa-Cola is finally making its grand return to New Orleans. Barkue Tubman, Chief of Staff with Essence Ventures, tells us about all the diverse offerings at the upcoming four-day event. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Diane Mack. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Armed Lifestyle Magazine Anthony Colandro Writing Shotgun With Charlie Here's an interview I did with Anthony Colandro from Gun For Hire Range & Gun For Hire Radio. I interviewed him in 2016 for the first time. And I'm glad I reached out and stopped at Gun For Hire on my way down to Washington, DC, to interview Kenn Blanchard. We've become friends. Expanding my circle of friends was a goal when I started RSWC! I can't express how grateful I am that I got out of my comfort zone and pushed my boundaries. https://pocketmags.com/us/armed-lifestyle-magazine# Anthony took a call for a recorded interview which you can listen to here. I expanded and wrote about it in Armed Lifestyle Magazine, which you can get here. We talk about his book Crime Proof: Think Like a Criminal and Beat Them At Their Own Game, tactical pens, and more. Get Crime Proof here: https://crimeproofbook.com Second Amendment Foundation http://saf.org/ Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms https://www.ccrkba.org/ Please support the Riding Shotgun With Charlie sponsors and supporters. Buy RSWC & GunGram shirts & hoodies, stickers & patches, and mugs at the store! http://ridingshotgunwithcharlie.com/rswc-shop/ Keyhole Holsters Veteran Owned, American Made http://www.keyholeholsters.com/ Dennis McCurdy Author, Speaker, Firewalker http://www.find-away.com/ Self Defense Radio Network http://sdrn.us/
Joe Biden doesn't want us to own AR 15s or 9mm handguns but he's okay with shotguns. What Joe really wants is gun control in light of the Uvalde, TX shooting. I'll give my opinion on what caused the break down in the response. Then we'll hear from Joe about buying shotguns in a way that will make you laugh.It's gay Pride Month and the military is fully behind it. WOW! Finally, we answer the question, what is a woman?Set back and have a laugh or two!If you are interested in purchasing my AMAZON BESTSELLING BOOK, Lies People Tell: An FBI Agent's toolkit for catching liars and cheats, click the link bellow: https://www.amazon.com/Lies-People-Tell-toolkit-catching/dp/1667810898/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1651236489&sr=8-1
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Welcome back TWGTF faithful to our next cycle of episodes. We have had a great little break but we are back now to entertain as well as inform you about great cinema new and old and today we have one that is truly special! Today Tyler has brought us two films from the catalogue of the late great Japanese filmmaker Seijun Suzuki! Suzuki is now regarded as one of the greats of his time in not just Japanese but filmmaking period. However our two films find him at what might be his most difficult period where art was clashing quite heavily with studios and all that comes with that. Up first is what can only be described as a Japanese Western with his 1961 balls out take no prisoners The Man with a Shotgun! Following that we dive into an even crazier time for the filmmaker just before he would go into exile for nearly a decade with one of his now most celebrated works in the incredible looking and moving Tokyo Drifter! Spoiler Alert: We recorded this without knowing until after on Suzuki's actual birthday! That is some spooky stuff!
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As a past World, National and US Open Champion, Anthony Matarese Jr. talks about this year's US Open and how he shot one the hardest main event courses he has ever entered. We go course by course, how he felt and how he managed to keep his head in the game the entire weekend. We talk about how perfectly the shoot was ran and managed and how impressed he was with Rick Hemingway's Backwoods Quail Club. Anthony's new book, Straight Shooting, was released at the US Open. Find out how and where to get it. It may be the best book ever written about the sport. Buy Anthony's Book Buy Anthony's Videos 2022 US Open Results on Scorechaser Back Woods Quail Club
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We are going to be discussing the Beretta A400 Xcel which is the new auto loader sporting shotgun for 2022. I figured it would be a great time to bring on some of the people behind the scenes Travis Haglin from Beretta USA, Rich Cole from Cole Gunsmithing, which is Beretta's largest premium gun dealer in the World and the shooters that have experience shooting this gun first hand. Joe Fanizzi, Desirae Edmunds, Diane Sorantino. These are 3 of the best sporting and fitasc auto loader shooters in the country. This is our first time videoing our podcast and we would like to thank all of those for making this happen. First off the Clay Lab for the video experience, Backwoods Quail Club in Georgetown South Carolina for the facility and our guests that have taken time out of their busy schedule to talk about something new to the market. If you go back through the podcast archives, you can find interviews with each one of these individuals and can get to know them and how they shoot a little better. Watch the episode here
Tunnel Vision returns with USCFootball.com publisher Ryan Abraham and reporter Shotgun Spratling breaking down the huge news that former Pittsburgh star wide receiver and Biletnikoff Award winner Jordan Addison will be joining Lincoln Riley and Caleb Williams on the USC football team. Addison was the top undecided player from the NCAA Transfer Portal and ranked No. 5 overall among 2022 transfers. Ryan and Shotgun will talk about how the decision went down, what it could mean for the inaugural season of Lincoln Riley's Trojans and some of the reaction around the college football world. They also go into where the team stands with scholarship numbers, what transfers besides Addison have pulled the trigger and some other names to watch for and plenty more. This is a podcast version of our video show Tunnel Vision that you can find on our Facebook or YouTube pages. Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greg Scarpa Sr., Larry Mazza and Sammy are all on a hit together; they're looking for a guy named Nicky Black. Greg is assigned to be the designated shooter, but when things go awry, Larry steps in and finishes the hit brutally.
A sub-gauge revolution is sweeping across the country as more waterfowl hunters are reinventing their game, swinging 20- and 28-gauge shotguns instead of their trusty ol' 12. George Thompson, Director of Product Management for Benelli, tells Ramsey about adding 28-gauge to the successful Super Black Eagle platform, covering a range of other Benelli-related innovations. Where'd the philosophy "carry a 20-gauge but shoulder a 12-gauge" originate? Why'd they choose 28-gauge and what were some of the challenges--and will there be a .410? What are some of the subtle differences between SBE and Ethos shotguns, and how has the 28-gauge been received by customers? Will the proprietary Benelli Surface Treatment be available in other colors? What makes the 828 U Over-under shotgun unique? How have "performance shop" Benelli shotguns been modified, and why? Whether you're a long-time Benelli shooter or just looking to make a well-informed decision about your next shotgun purchase, you'll enjoy this highly informative episode. Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells Benelli Shotguns Tetra Hearing Kanati Waterfowl Taxidermy Mojo Outdoors Tom Beckbe Flash Back Decoys Voormi GetDucks USHuntList It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell email@example.com
On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by Dr. Sherman House of Civilian Defender. Dr. Sherman A. House is currently in his third decade as a healthcare provider, and is a Hospital Dentist and Assistant Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Meharry Medical College in Nashville TN. He is also a Reserve Peace Officer in a busy Middle Tennessee Department. Prior to his career in dentistry, Dr. House was a Fireman and Emergency Medical Technician in Washington State. Concurrently, he was a Shotgun Messenger for several West Coast Armored Truck companies. He participated in security operations at the 1999 WTO Riots in Seattle WA. He holds undergraduate degrees in Law Enforcement, Cell Biology and Philosophy from Gonzaga University. He completed his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at the Meharry Medical College with Honors in Nashville TN. He earned a Hospital Dentistry Certificate as the Chief Resident from the Metro General Hospital also in Nashville. Dr. House is the originator of the CIVILIAN DEFENDER training concept. He has personally saved lives using CPR, Rescue Breathing, AED, TCCC, ACLS, PHTLS and Heimlich Manuever techniques. He has studied extensively in the defensive arts, both armed and unarmed, as well as self-defense law, emergency medicine, criminal psychology, tactical driving and other survival skills, and has certificates from Tom and Lynn Givens (Dr. House is a Rangemaster-Certified Pistol AND Shotgun Instructor), Paul Gomez (Fighting Shotgun), James Yeager (Inaugural Tactical Response Instructor Class Graduate), Gabe White (Light Pin Winner), John Farnam (DTI Instructor), Greg Sullivan (AR Armorer), Rob Edwards (Fighting Pistol), John Chapman (Fighting Rifle), Aaron Little (Fighting Rifle), Dr. William Aprill, Massad Ayoob (MAG20), Larry Vickers (AK Operator), Lee Weems (Pistol and Shotgun), Dave Spaulding (Combative Pistol), Andrew Branca (LOSD TN/KY). Civilian Defender: https://civiliandefender.com/about/ SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/