Overnight Camping Trip (Transcript)

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Some of these articles maybe may have passed by or new news might have come up on them. Don’t get upset

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Just recording them recording the show a little early because we got the holiday

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Earlier in the week. Usually we do release on Mondays, but I’ll probably probably release this maybe

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Christmas Eve, we’ll see what happens

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But like I said, I wanted to get a show out for you guys

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You know this week and some also some good I wanted to bring up some housekeeping tips

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Podcasting that everybody wants, you know, all the shows really fully transcribed

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So just wanted to bring that up for all of you who are listening

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And of course if you are listening to this on your ride Christmas Eve or Christmas Day safe travels and of course, happy holidays

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So a couple things I just wanted to I wanted to talk about the news as we as I always do I guess

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So apparently in Manchester, New Hampshire one of the Democratic presidential candidates

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Dean Phillips who he’s a president even the Democrats are gonna let Biden run again

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You know he is but a couple people, you know, you have some of these Democrats are saying I want to run independently

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which I don’t think is gonna happen, but

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Like I said anyway be as it may he had a very good point. This is what we’ve been saying for forever on the show

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He says, you know, I don’t think we want somebody in their 80s

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making decisions for the country

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Phillips he’s I think is early 50s, but he has a very good point

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I’ve been saying that was funny if you actually watched I think it was the Tonight Show or Jimmy Kimmel

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Bill Burr was on there a couple days ago saying like I don’t like Trump. I don’t like Biden

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I want a younger president. Somebody’s gonna live with their mistakes. It was just a pretty funny interview

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But a lot of people are saying that and why is his age and even Trump it mean his age

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You know how these older people running I mean, you know, especially Biden

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He’s so out of touch with I mean so much at that age, you know, we all know

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I mean, he’s not like I said, I don’t think he’s a bad guy or anything, but I’m just saying you know

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I’m sure at his age. He’s not in touch with what young people in their 20s and 30s and 40s want

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That’s just the way it goes and especially with the president being the president’s always out of touch with America

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I mean, it seems like it lasts, you know all these years, but especially with this somebody that old is definitely not gonna be

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Yeah, and plus to think about old is gonna be maybe 86 if he runs another four years minutes. It’s just ridiculous

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but like I said, he said that and of course everybody was firing back and

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You know Democrats were upset that he said that and about his own party and stuff like that. But you know, I just you know

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You know people are firstly Biden. You know, he’s yeah, I mean the guy is just I don’t like him

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I think he’s way too old to be president. I don’t think he really is all there at times

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I’m just saying that I’m not being like

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anti, you know

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Democrat or anything, but I just think at his age and just I just I think he’s I just think he’s too old to be

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President I think I think there should be an age limit on being president

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There’s an age limit on how old you have to be

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There should be an age limit of how old you can be to be the president. I think there should be you know

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Should be something both ways personally. That’s just me, but I

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Don’t think that’ll ever happen, but it would be nice

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There’s an age limit not to you have to be a certain age

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You have to be you can’t be past a certain age to your president. That would be that would be nice wouldn’t it?

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Speaking of Biden apparently he is going to be pardoning a bunch of people

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That I guess the merit whether if marijuana law is still illegal in 50 states people in DC and in other federal lands

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Biden’s promising a pardon

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It’s only gonna be totally a lot of people making a big deal about this on the news. Oh

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She’s behind me part differently when you actually look at it. It’s only 11 people who’s pardoning

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I mean, it’s so it’s so ridiculous only people that are in DC and I think couple other federal area

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So it’s not like it’s you know, tens of hundreds of thousands of people think I think it’s like 11 11 people total

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And then of course more coming out with this whole Trump thing with Michigan

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Obviously, there’s reports that that Ron I think is Ron McDaniel supposedly is in trouble now. She’s one of the

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National Committee Republican National Committee people and apparently there are recordings coming out now that she had conversations with Trump

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About not certifying the election and not giving the hundred fifty four thousand votes not certifying them for Biden

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So he’d win so they could get Michigan and all that

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A lot of a lot of stuff coming out about that and the big news I think for me anyway of the week

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Because it’s unprecedented there happened before that seems to happen a lot with the Trump presidency things that have never happened before

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Apparently now they’re saying that the Supreme Court over in Michigan

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wants to go ahead and take Trump off of the

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The Minnesota especially they they want to do it and I know I think it’s in Michigan

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And I think I know Colorado Supreme Court already did but they are removing Trump off of the ballot

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due to the 14th amendment the 14th amendment says you cannot serve as president if you

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Ahead or ran a revolution. So they’re trying to count January 6th is that I figured eventually something would happen where they would

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you know be able to find a way to

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Get not hit. I mean we thought it was gonna happen at the federal level with a piece of twice

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It didn’t happen then they tried a bunch of other stuff that didn’t happen

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But now it seems like it’s gonna be by state. So if Michigan removes him

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You know from the like I said, that’s all what this probe is into now is Michigan

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They their Supreme Court removes him from the ballot

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Colorado Supreme Court has already moved him from the ballot

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So that means he couldn’t he can’t win could he be and and the way this works is to even though he’s not on the ballot

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if you would get right in so they were he they would basically be throw away those because you he wouldn’t be able to

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Be elected in because of the 14th amendment. So it’s gonna be quite an interesting

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I think you’re gonna see this going from the next year with all these different states because I really think that’s gonna happen. I

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Know they already said that California has already, you know, very looking into it

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Like I said, what happens is they you know, these state Supreme Courts will go through and say okay

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You know, he can’t or can’t be on the ballot based on you know

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All that so I think it’s gonna happen by state now that doesn’t mean he can’t run for he can’t run him

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He can run but the problem is with the way our electoral college works

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In this country if he can’t win you need certain states to win and without those certain states

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You don’t have enough votes to win. So I think that’s what’s gonna happen. They’re gonna try to give they’re gonna try to get him off

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All the big states that he needs and I think that’s what they’re gonna try to do how they’re gonna do with it

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Probably I live in Pennsylvania and imagine is gonna be something coming up about that probably to here

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There hasn’t been yet, but I’ve imagined

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with this whole thing with Colorado

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Setting kind of a precedent now you’re gonna see like I said, Michigan’s already talked about it

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Minnesota’s talking about doing a dive into this and I believe I said leave California as well. So

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Like I said, it’s gonna start becoming a thing and you know, it’s gonna take you know time

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It’s gonna take time, but I think that’s how what they’re gonna do over this year’s that’s gonna be the big story

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Is every state that he gets taken off the ballot?

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That’s eventually what’s going to I think that’s how they’re gonna keep him from running for president or run

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Right in and he would just be throwing away their votes. I don’t know what to see

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What happens with that?

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speaking of

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California I found this interesting

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apparently in LA

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There is a mansion tax

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Apparently if you sell a mansion and if it’s over a certain price you pay this much

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It was over another price you pay this much and it’s over another price you pay this month this much. So apparently LA

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Has a mansion tax where if you sell a house over a certain thing

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You have to pay taxes to I think it’s the state because it’s the mansion they call it the mansion tax

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It’s all like a luxury tax. They’ve added on any property over four million Adam Corolla was talking about this the other day

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And again, it’s just another example of how the government just feels a need to tap

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I know people say oh you can afford a house like that

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You could afford to pay some taxes and I agree with that. But really like I

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Mean, yes, could you afford to pay it if you’re you know, they have a home like that?

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Yeah, but why does the gut why does the government need to tax need a mansion tax? I mean, come on, really?

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I mean, so now we’re punishing people for buying big expensive fancy houses. I mean, it’s just so stupid again another example of

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Government overreach and and taxing people on a tax. They don’t need to I don’t own a mansion

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It’s not going to affect me at all

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But again, why should somebody that can’t afford a mansion have to pay a tax to sell it. I mean, come on be real

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I mean, there’s already transfer tax

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There’s already all those other tax just to pay closing fees

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All these are the fees and everything that are tacked on to for the government now the government says well

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Hey, let’s let’s tax on you know another tax

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It’s just so ridiculous again. Just no example of government overreach and just trying to get more money out of people

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To just fund wars and and do completely, you know useless crap that doesn’t need to be done in this country

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And waste money. I mean, that’s what it has government. I mean all the government does is waste our money. They don’t use it on anything

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Very rude to use it anything good. I mean, it’s just such a ridiculous BS, but

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You know, like I’ve often said all time, you know, they’ll look for any excuse to give more taxes

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But some other interesting news, I thought speaking about Biden – apparently

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This is just the most ignorant stupid thing I’ve ever seen

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Biden’s motorcade got hit the other day. Somebody actually ran and and plowed into the side of one of the SUVs and

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You know then they actually they because of the accident they had to move him to another SUV

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or they nobody was hurt or anything like that, but

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What was insane is this person that hits the motorcade, but you know?

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The person that was the the car was blocking off the street

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they weren’t really they hit the motorcade and then of all things they try to

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Back up and leave like apparently the SUVs service all their guns out. They were all surrounding this

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This motorcade with the guns and all that was interesting

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But um, like what do you think you’re just gonna hit the presidential motorcade and just drive away

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It was a most ridiculous story. I’ve heard all week. I was like

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I was like, how would you think you could hit the presidential motorcade and just leave? I mean

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We all know people are inconsiderate drivers

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We all know that that’s no secret

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But to think you could actually go ahead and hit the presidential motorcade and just like take off like how ignorant is

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Stupid do you have to be for that? Like I was I was almost floored by that one

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Some other something else I found interesting in the news apparently a young kid was who’s been missing since 2017

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Somebody found him. He matched the description of something and they actually found them

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Apparently he was living with I think answer stuff like that. But reason why I brought that up

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I just kind of want it was actually a feel-good story

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finally for one that we needed that, you know somebody actually, you know,

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A young kid actually got home and now his family will have him for the holidays after 2017 all those years

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but it just shows you sometimes just don’t give up hope and

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The other thing too with that is that I know I’ve said on earlier podcasts

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I don’t remember which one it was but a lot of times those kidnappings and stuff like that

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I hate to say it are actually done by close relatives and families. I’m not saying all the time

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But sometimes they are and like I said, it’s a shame

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But most of that stuff is done actually by close family relatives and actually most theft in this country is actually done

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People, you know, that’s how I mean hate say that but most most of your staff and and all that in your home

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Is by people, you know, not people you don’t know which is pretty crazy

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But I was like the first change actually have a good

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Feel good, you know story for a change

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Other things like I said that came that were coming up in the news this week GM laying off a

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Bunch of workers apparently they’re going to be retooling their factories to produce EV cars

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Obviously that was in the news this week

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Again, you know GM has committed to doing

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Electric cars, I think they should all let your cars you all by 2035 or something 2036 something like that

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So they’re gonna be retooling factory. They laid off a bunch of auto workers. It’s shame hate see layoffs from the holidays, but

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Like I said, they’re gonna be retooling to go ahead and do EVs. I think if well Ford is going to be I

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Know GM I think is the only one that has said they’re going to be completely EV by by 2036. So

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Again, you know, it’s just like anything else. It’s gonna take time to move over to electric vehicles

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if you’re you know into that sort of stuff, but

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One of the things you know, even when you know, the economic crisis happened in 2008 2009

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if you remember

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You know

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They double the fuel efficiency standard on vehicles and stuff like that to help with the gas prices and all that and everybody even you know

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We’ve talked about that over the years those vehicles

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You know that they doubled, you know fuel efficiency standards in 2008

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But a time that stuff make you know trickles its way down into the automotive industry

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But a time people trade in or get rid of vehicles and buy those new vehicles

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It’s gonna take time and I’m noticing it now on the last vehicle

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We bought how much better the fuel economy and some of that is on it. And that’s probably from those regulations from

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You know the the Obama administration, yeah, it just shows you how long it takes for change

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To wash down from the federal government

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Like we thought the recent vehicle we just got

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is basically equipped with all those fuel efficiency standards that they put in place and and

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I’m not picking on Obama here

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I didn’t like him as a president, but I’m not picking on him

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But it just shows you how long but a time those things wash in by the time people buy those vehicles by the time people

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You know really start using them and the old vehicles get traded in or going to the junkyard or the new vehicles get picked up

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you know, it’s just one of those things where

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You know, it just takes time for any of these kind of changes to wash down those changes never happen overnight

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Especially everything in government and politics and all that moves so slowly but on big purchases like that

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It does take time the same thing with

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You know, they you know, they doubled you know, or tripled I think

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Insulation standards on all new homes that were built and stuff of that that stuff is does not happen overnight

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It takes years for those houses to get built people to sell their homes move especially for a while there

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Especially of 2008, you know, the housing market was in the toilet

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So nobody was buying its own home that it took it’s gonna take time and we will see the more energy efficient homes

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More energy efficient vehicles, but those it’s gonna take years for that

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You know to wash through I mean we’re starting to see some of it now, but it’s gonna take another decade

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I think before we really see that stuff

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Wash into the economy and and wash into the cut, you know people start being more of a regular thing

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Especially since it they’re still working on the charging infrastructure, which is I mean taking years to get there

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So, um, you know what the I bet you were gonna be it’s gonna be a while

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I mean now I see I’ve actually over the last couple over the last maybe

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Last three four or five months seen a lot more chargers popping up all over the place than they ever did in our area alone

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So it just it just takes time for these things to build

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I mean that was all part of the infrastructure plan, which is what almost two years ago

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So it just it just takes time for these things to you know to get to get out and and I think eventually now to charge

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To give structures out you’ll see people maybe especially jump more on

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The the EV bandwagon so other news that was I’m a little actually behind on this

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I was actually watching the Alex Jones show the other day. I’m a I like Alex to show I always did again

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I look at him for his entertainment more than anything else, but

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Owen shover, I believe is the guy that does that a war room show

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He actually just came back. He had to do 60 days in jail for his

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Whole thing with he was involved with January 6th, even though he wasn’t even in the Capitol

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just the fact that he was there and you know, they

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He you know guilty by association because he was riling people up and all that kind of stuff. So they he had to serve

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60 days, so he’s out. He’s back on info Wars now. I didn’t realize I knew he was serving time

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But I didn’t realize he was back out or heady doing a show again, but 60 days, you know

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That’s you know a long long time when you’re when you’re in jail, but you know, like I said, he is out again and he is

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Kind of you know back to doing his war room show again

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Alex Jones has been

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Notorious for for decades for going to rallies and rallying people up sister Hillary’s running when she was running against Trump and all that

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I don’t think he ever ran into the problems. He’d that Owen did but like I said

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He’s notorious for going to rallies and doing all that kind of stuff. I don’t know if he was at junior

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I know Owen was I don’t know if Jones was there

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but like I said

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I I know Jones is notorious for going to all those rallies and stuff like that and and with a megaphone and

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Letting his voice be heard

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But like I said this time, I guess I went too far. He had a one had to do 60 days. So

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He’s back out again one of the things I did want to bring up though, especially

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We’re very fortunate with this show. We have a great audience and stuff of that and and we’re we don’t yeah

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We don’t have I do all the editing I do all that stuff

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So it’s like the show has to you know, turn up, you know a major profit

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so we have you know production calls and all that kind of stuff, but

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Adam Carolla laid off a bunch of people recently

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On his show one of the biggest podcasters at one point had a layoff his staff just from economic turnaround

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I know Adams also got some personal issues. He also got divorced. I know he’s paying like he’s

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47,000 a month in child support and in alimony and stuff. So he’s had some financial issues

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He’s actually doing a lot of his own show. I think he has only like one guy that records and

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And edits I know well, I mean Joe Rogan’s always had just just Jamie

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Doing his show so, you know podcast, you know

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But they have big shows like big networks like twit and and stuff like that that have had to do layoffs and stuff with that

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I mean that had you know how to lay off employees and stuff of that. I think you’re gonna see

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Podcasting so many put there’s so many podcasts when people trying to get ad dollars

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I think you’re gonna see these podcasting things now gets kind of smaller and smaller

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You know Rogan’s always only had two people but rogue Corolla had two co-hosts. He used to pay

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Plus he had production staff and all that kind of stuff. He’s actually just

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Downsides tremendously and I’m seeing a lot more that

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Like relay FM when I listen to it’s always been just him doing shows kind of like I do here

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so not as big of a deal, but

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big companies like big networks like twit

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And recently Spotify had a layoff a bunch of people

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They just said they could they feel bad laying people off for the holidays, but they couldn’t afford to pay them

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Podcasts just aren’t as lucrative on Spotify as it used to be

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I think there’s just so many and and just so many people trying to get

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And any other thing to is a lot of people doing true crime a lot of people doing

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Tech and stuff like that or you know, we’re a little bit different now

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There are a lot of news podcasts out there and some been in all the you know

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everything’s all little niches and tastes and well that kind of stuff but specifically I

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Like I said those bigger networks. Like I said

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Amazon recently

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Canceled a bunch of their podcasts and stuff. So now you’re seeing

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Podcasting is starting to I think it’s just trying to get just like radio was bloated

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Not that you know, we’re gonna stop doing our show

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But I think you’re gonna see those bigger podcast network have to lay off and and scale down

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I know they said YouTube just got a trillion dollars in advertising this year

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There’s a lot of people saying that a lot of people that used to listen to podcasts are actually a lot of advertisers

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that were advertising on podcasts are now going over to YouTube and stuff because of

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just what they call the tail which is

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People listening and then going forward how many people are going to listen?

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Like a YouTube video could sit out there for years and years and years. I keep churning out views of that

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You know tech podcast specifically maybe not comedy podcast like like Rogan or Corolla

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Because those guests can you know, those guests shows will be out there for a while

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They don’t age out but like tech podcast and nude podcasts can age out very very quickly

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And I think that’s why you’re seeing a lot of these shows that we’re covering tech and news

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Specifically starting to lose advertisers because they’re not

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You know, they have a very short short lifespan

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Kind of like the in the newspaper, you know, nobody reads yesterday’s news kind of the same thing

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We’re very fortunate in the kind of show that we do because we’re not just delivering the news

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We’re delivering prepper stuff and and stuff like that. So like I said, you know, it’s a little bit different but

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Like I said, you know, it’s interesting to see that

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Speaking of somebody else who’s getting into the media business Tucker Carlson has been on a press tour

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He was on Megyn Kelly show. He’s been on a bunch of different shows over the last couple of weeks

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Promoting his new Tucker Carlson Network was a TC

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And yeah TCN it was kind of jokes made it look like the old CNN logo, but he’s getting into starting his own network

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He took all those people with him from his show and he’s been doing a press tour about that. So I

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Thought that was interesting as well. That was a saw that in the news this week

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I’m like, huh? So Tucker Carlson’s out there and and he started his own TCN Network. I was he

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Steven Crowder has his whole network over on

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Rumble, which is a great service I game on Rumble, by the way

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I know a lot of you guys couple you guys that listen said you guys watched me game on Rumble

00:22:51.840 –> 00:22:56.160
Like I said, I do Rumble I do game on Rumble over the weekend and stuff like that

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I mean a lot of new listeners to the podcast because of it

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I don’t know if many of you guys that listen to the podcast watch me game on Rumble or not

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But I know it’s kind of going the other way people that watch me game. I’ve been listening on Rumble

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So I really appreciate that again. Like I said, this is something I’m doing for fun

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I don’t have to do it in the sense of I don’t have to make a living at it

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But again, it’s a lot of fun and the more listeners band can feedback and community we have the more fun

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It is so like I said, if you are a gamer and or you do like gaming go ahead and check me out over on Rumble

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Like I said, I do game on there on the weekends

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Some other news as well

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Rudy Giuliani apparently files for bankruptcy after the judge ordered him to pay

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146 million dollars in that Trump lawsuit verdict

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something I wanted to bring up that makes made me we talked about the whole thing with

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motorcade but this one has astounded me just when you think in politics people just can’t get any

00:23:53.560 –> 00:23:57.760
Just any stupider sometimes it just astounds me

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What what people do so apparently Jill Biden?

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her her press secretary Michael LaRose

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Was basically forced out of the White House after he tried to take

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People from I mean, okay. He’s what I love how by the way the the news sources take take gay dates

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It doesn’t matter what kind of dates he had

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dates up to his room

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Okay, first of all, let’s um, let’s clear this up the president

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And Jill are at the NATO summit. Okay in Madrid. Okay, that floor is

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Kind of is basically blocked off and secured off for the president, okay

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What what made this person think that okay, this is a good idea

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Let me bring a date that I have up to a secure floor where the president is

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And of course people now he’s of course whatever happened

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He got in trouble and they’re saying he might be fired from the White House

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But but as it’s somebody who is involved in the security industry. I mean, what do these people mean?

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I understand people don’t understand security

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But like you don’t think like you’re the president’s like you’re the basically the press secretary for the for the first lady

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Like you don’t think maybe in your mind it might say hey this might not be a smart idea to do this

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Like I just don’t understand how these people like how they have these

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How they can be so stupid when they’re in such important positions and and you know, it’s been a lot of these government jobs

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you know, nothing will ever happen to him probably who get a smack on the wrist and and who knows but

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You know, don’t you think like okay, this might not be a very bright idea to bring somebody

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I really don’t know up to a secure floor

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Where the president is I mean, it’s just so stupid

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You know what? I mean?

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Like I just don’t understand how these people can be in a position of power and yet be so stupid. Sometimes. I really don’t

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Other things that was in the news a real estate database that had sensitive data on it

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celebrity houses was left unprotected including had the addresses of like

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Kylie Jenner Britney Spears a bunch of other popular ones that was in the news today on daily dot

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they actually like I said was it was in the news that I guess they they didn’t secure their database enough in a whole bunch of

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Whole bunch of celebrities and their addresses and all that got leaked

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I would be very very very upset if I was a celebrity and

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My address leaked out. I mean, it’s you’re always dealing with crazies in that line of work, but especially

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In that line of work, it’s the in being a professional actor and so that

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You’re always gonna have people that are trying to find where you live and now

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You have to deal with that

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I remember too back in the day before the internet was as big as it is now

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They used to if you went to Hollywood and stuff like that. They used to actually

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you can actually buy maps from people and

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Say, you know, hey, you know where you know

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The map would give you where the address is of the celebrity you were trying to find

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I remember I think was Charlie Sheen or one of those people

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had issues with that where they were selling maps to where his house was like it was a

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It became a thing with a paparazzi would actually buy these maps to find out where these people are

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So that they could actually, you know

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Get photos and they could sell them to like TMZ and in all places like that. So I

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Thought that was kind of interesting

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So a couple of things I didn’t want to talk about

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I have a couple things on my list here as far as prepper stuff to talk about

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Couple this is she got a got a tweet from somebody else. This would be kind of a cool thing to talk about on the show

00:27:30.300 –> 00:27:31.340

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Somebody had sent me a tweet today or the other day saying that or an ex I guess you call it an ex

00:27:35.700 –> 00:27:37.700
Is it Xing now? I don’t know. It sounds kind of dirty

00:27:37.700 –> 00:27:41.620
Asking me we’re talking about that

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I just haven’t be saying tweets about that survival survival show and about naked and afraid and things like that and

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Somebody had asked me what things I would bring if I was going out in the woods

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And we had to you only bring so many things. What what are the things you would bring?

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You know that I mean, I’m definitely gonna bring

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You know a knife with me of some sort or an act

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I would love to bring an axe because I think an axe would be really useful

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But if you can only bring so many things maybe a knife or an axe

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If I have to get to a location

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You know, I know a lot of you out either I probably bring a GPS in this day and age

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I know you know, you can actually use a compass and maps and stuff. That’s a lighter

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I know more and more people now use GPS and now that I’ve been out in the woods a bunch of times with some friends and

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stuff I

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really do see the

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Advantage of the actual GPS and stuff like that. Like I said, even the Apple watch now you can actually plot your

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You can actually plot your waypoints and stuff like that and follow it back on your watch

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So that I thought that was pretty cool. And again, you don’t even need to have cellular connection

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You could do it even outside of the connection. So I’ve been using I actually I did get the Apple watch ultra

00:28:50.500 –> 00:28:56.040
Recently and I have to actually plot waypoints when I’m hunting and stuff like that and it actually does work really great

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I used to be a guy that says, you know

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You know and I do still think you need to know how to lose a compass and stuff like that

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But I’m starting to become one of those guys that’s becoming more and more reliant on the GPS and stuff like that

00:29:06.620 –> 00:29:13.020
where I used to be that guy says a compass and and checking our position with the Sun and stuff like that because if you

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face your

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12 on your watch dial towards the

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Towards the Sun and then split the difference or whatever you can find north and stuff like that

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I used to do all that, you know checking position or something

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But I mean it’s becoming less and less of a thing now with GPS

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I mean if you’re out in the woods, you don’t have a GPS those waves are great

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But if I know I’m going out there, I’m gonna bring a GPS now

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but like I said

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you used to be able to you know, I used to use my watch dial and stuff like that to check position and and

00:29:38.500 –> 00:29:41.900
Make sure I’m on course you can use a compass maps all that stuff

00:29:41.900 –> 00:29:42.420

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Now it if I’m going out the weather take the GPS or plot my and if I’m going in the woods

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What I do is I use my Apple watch and I plot my waypoints every so often

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So I can find my way back to my car or whatever. So I

00:29:55.660 –> 00:30:00.940
Have to say I’m becoming that guy that’s becoming more and more reliant on the GPS, which probably isn’t a good thing

00:30:00.940 –> 00:30:05.460
But it is something that I’m noticing that I’m becoming more and more reliant on

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Like I said, it would definitely be that it would definitely be a GPS

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I’m definitely gonna bring something to filter the water with

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I do like the those things you drop in the water and it kills all the bacteria and you can drink it right away

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The only thing is those things make the water kind of gross tasting. I definitely would bring water

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I’m gonna bring some kind of water filter

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They have straws and you could suck the water out of like anything and a little filter it those or something

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I’d bring with me definitely

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I was gonna bring something else. I definitely am gonna bring a

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Pot to you know, so I can boil food or whatever like that

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I was just recently watching a thing on eggcorns which are very popular here in Pennsylvania

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You can find it anywhere when you’re walking in the woods

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You can actually what you do is you can actually take the pine take your eggcorns break them up with an axe or

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anything really hard or rock or whatever that you break them up and then what you do is you take out the middle of them and

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Eggcorns usually taste like crap and that’s because of you know what they’re made out of

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So what you do is you put them in your boy, you boil them up

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And whatever flows to the top is probably the stuff that’s not good so you can kind of toss that out

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But then what you do is you like I said after you boil them once that that’s when you break them up because it’ll be softer

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And then like I said, then you take the insides put that in freshwater boil that and then what happens is

00:31:28.220 –> 00:31:31.020
That will be you know, you dump out that water

00:31:31.020 –> 00:31:33.840
I thought it’s gonna be really dark and you boil it again you dump that water out

00:31:33.840 –> 00:31:38.140
Well again dump that and after like two or three times you get all that stuff that tastes horrible

00:31:38.140 –> 00:31:40.140
I forget what the name of it is the moment but

00:31:40.140 –> 00:31:43.420
And then you can you know salt them up or eat them like that or whatever

00:31:43.420 –> 00:31:45.420
But that’s that’s how you eat

00:31:45.420 –> 00:31:48.460
Eggcorns and that is like I said something that I’ve just found out recently

00:31:48.460 –> 00:31:52.940
I watched the whole thing on eggcorns the other day and like I said, that’s how you can do that

00:31:52.940 –> 00:31:55.560
I did not know that that’s something you can do in the woods here in Pennsylvania

00:31:56.100 –> 00:32:00.900
And it works over there also blueberries something you’ll find a lot of in the woods as well in Pennsylvania

00:32:00.900 –> 00:32:03.460
but that’s something something different but I

00:32:03.460 –> 00:32:06.900
Guess that I’m definitely bringing a knife a pot

00:32:06.900 –> 00:32:12.260
Like it’s something to filter water out. I’m definitely bringing a GPS with me if I don’t know where I’m going

00:32:12.260 –> 00:32:16.440
Like I said, like I said, I’m using my Apple watch more and more now to find my way

00:32:16.440 –> 00:32:21.240
I don’t even I don’t bring the GPS with you much as I could as I used to I basically if I know I’m just going

00:32:21.240 –> 00:32:24.740
Right back to my car. I’ll go out set a couple of waypoints and just walk my way back

00:32:24.780 –> 00:32:28.260
It’s not really that hard anymore to find my way back

00:32:28.260 –> 00:32:31.560
Especially with the watch because you can follow and it tracks you back through the waypoint

00:32:31.560 –> 00:32:34.620
So but like I said, I then do you know the other thing?

00:32:34.620 –> 00:32:37.980
I mean, I mean you definitely want to bring a backpack to carry all that in

00:32:37.980 –> 00:32:42.240
Definitely if I’m gonna be out overnight, I’m gonna bring it. I’m not gonna be out overnight

00:32:42.240 –> 00:32:44.240
I’m probably gonna bring a sleeping bag or a

00:32:44.240 –> 00:32:47.820
Heavy blanket or just something to keep warm and especially out in the woods late at night

00:32:47.820 –> 00:32:51.180
Definitely gonna bring some way to start a fire

00:32:52.020 –> 00:32:56.680
Probably gonna bring either above I mean a lot of people say I bring a flintlock with you

00:32:56.680 –> 00:32:59.300
But you know what if I’m gonna be if I know I’m gonna need to start a fire

00:32:59.300 –> 00:33:01.300
I’ll bring something like a lighter matches

00:33:01.300 –> 00:33:07.980
Believe it or not. What I’ve been doing lately is just because I’m so sick of art like fighting to get a

00:33:07.980 –> 00:33:11.940
Fire started. I actually just started bringing acetylene torch with me

00:33:11.940 –> 00:33:16.740
I know you guys are gonna say what but you know acetylene torch with the the self-starter on it

00:33:16.740 –> 00:33:19.020
You start it you you you know

00:33:19.020 –> 00:33:23.420
Put some leaves and some other stuff in there and just hit it with the blowtorch for a few minutes and blow them

00:33:23.420 –> 00:33:27.140
But no you have fire. You don’t even need to go through all that stuff of you know

00:33:27.140 –> 00:33:30.300
Getting a spark blowing on it all that kind of stuff

00:33:30.300 –> 00:33:31.580
I mean, it’s a lot of work to you

00:33:31.580 –> 00:33:35.020
You know if I know I’m going in if you know you’re gonna go in the woods and you know

00:33:35.020 –> 00:33:36.860
You’re gonna need sort of fire

00:33:36.860 –> 00:33:41.740
You just I just bring acetylene torch with me and just do it that way. It’s just so much easier. You have instant fire

00:33:41.740 –> 00:33:47.140
You have fuel that you can keep the fire burning until you get it going and so that I mean

00:33:47.140 –> 00:33:50.760
It’s just I know that’s probably not a great great prepper thing to say

00:33:50.760 –> 00:33:53.880
But you know if you if I know I’m going out in the woods, I know I’m gonna need to start fire

00:33:53.880 –> 00:33:56.340
I just bring a settling torch. It’s light enough

00:33:56.340 –> 00:34:00.380
It’s basically the size of a water bottle. So, you know, it’s not as bad

00:34:00.380 –> 00:34:05.700
Like I said, and then also to like I said, I’m usually if you are gonna be like I said

00:34:05.700 –> 00:34:08.320
I prefer to bring like a sleeping bag or something with me

00:34:08.320 –> 00:34:13.220
But if you are gonna be out in the woods and you want something, you know those

00:34:13.220 –> 00:34:16.020
emergency blankets that are like

00:34:16.500 –> 00:34:22.100
Tin foil or whatever like that. They’re very shiny and some of that those work great if it in a pinch other small

00:34:22.100 –> 00:34:24.340
They can fit in a pouch pretty well

00:34:24.340 –> 00:34:27.280
Or or like I said, just wrap up a regular sleeping bag

00:34:27.280 –> 00:34:29.380
I mean, that’s what I would bring if I was going out there, but

00:34:29.380 –> 00:34:32.960
If you were looking to have something just for a rush that works pretty well

00:34:32.960 –> 00:34:37.960
Like I said, there’s a lot of things you can bring but it depends on like I said what you’re doing

00:34:37.960 –> 00:34:43.420
But I I think the really the the five I mean we all know the essentials when you get in the woods is fire water

00:34:44.100 –> 00:34:47.420
You know stuff like that. So those are your main ones you need a way to do that stuff

00:34:47.420 –> 00:34:50.220
The other stuff is just stuff you want to bring with you to make your life easy

00:34:50.220 –> 00:34:54.900
Like I said, definitely a knife definitely an axe or something like that

00:34:54.900 –> 00:35:00.020
You know, it would be handy. I find the though I find that I bring both lately

00:35:00.020 –> 00:35:06.700
I’ll bring I carry usually the the knife or whatever on my belt and then I would bring the axe or whatever in the bag because

00:35:06.700 –> 00:35:11.300
You know when you’re especially if you’re gonna be I mean doing firewood and stuff

00:35:11.300 –> 00:35:14.440
It’s easier just to an accident and try cutting a tree down with a knife

00:35:14.440 –> 00:35:18.580
Also to nowadays to a lot of people especially myself even

00:35:18.580 –> 00:35:23.500
If I know I’m gonna need to start a fire. I’m not gonna start running around looking for firewood. I

00:35:23.500 –> 00:35:29.860
Know the last couple times when camping I just brought some wood with me and we just put it in in a you know

00:35:29.860 –> 00:35:31.060
And we just you know, lugged it in

00:35:31.060 –> 00:35:34.100
If you know lug a couple times back and forth to the car and brought it in

00:35:34.100 –> 00:35:38.460
Because you know, it’s especially, you know, you know, it’s dry, you know, it’s gonna burn easy

00:35:39.020 –> 00:35:42.660
Sometimes when you’re out in the woods trying to find dry stuff can be a little bit complicated

00:35:42.660 –> 00:35:45.380
So you just bring fire. I’ve been bringing firewood with us lately

00:35:45.380 –> 00:35:52.120
Especially we’re just gonna be overnight and stuff just so we can have a fire and you know marshmallows and stuff like that

00:35:52.120 –> 00:35:57.540
You know, like I said, you know, sometimes it’s work, you know, sometimes working smarter not harder

00:35:57.540 –> 00:36:01.880
Is a really key point in the woods, especially when you have limited time

00:36:01.880 –> 00:36:04.380
I know in the end of the world comes gonna be different

00:36:04.780 –> 00:36:09.180
But just to go camping and do bushcraft and stuff like that going out in the woods

00:36:09.180 –> 00:36:14.740
Sometimes there’s just sometimes easier to bring stuff with you than it is to you know, try to survive off the land

00:36:14.740 –> 00:36:19.340
But like I said, I’ve been bringing dry wood with us just so we do have something to burn

00:36:19.340 –> 00:36:22.380
And that’s been working out pretty well for us

00:36:22.380 –> 00:36:28.300
Also – I tell everybody this and I really believe this because I’ve been in situations

00:36:28.300 –> 00:36:31.940
Where I wish I would have brought it, but I always tell everybody I’d bring us

00:36:31.940 –> 00:36:36.940
I always say bring us bringing spare clothes with you, even if you’re not even if you don’t want to lug them into the woods

00:36:36.940 –> 00:36:38.260
in your bag

00:36:38.260 –> 00:36:41.220
You know bring dry socks, dry shirt, dry pants

00:36:41.220 –> 00:36:46.400
and even if you’re just gonna leave in the truck while you’re out camping just so you have it because I know myself I got

00:36:46.400 –> 00:36:50.940
soaked one time and I was freezing a good part of the day and hypothermia is a real thing

00:36:50.940 –> 00:36:56.660
Even if you just say oh, it’s not that cool, but you know what all day and wet clothes one

00:36:56.660 –> 00:37:00.820
It’s uncomfortable – you can actually get mild hypothermia and stuff like that

00:37:00.820 –> 00:37:04.260
So I always tell people if you’re gonna go if you’re going out in the woods, you always bring a change of clothes

00:37:04.260 –> 00:37:07.860
Even if you’re going ice fishing or anything like that. I

00:37:07.860 –> 00:37:11.020
bring a change of clothes just

00:37:11.020 –> 00:37:16.240
Just for safety. I mean, especially if you’re if you’re I mean no people tell I’m not gonna get that wet fishing

00:37:16.240 –> 00:37:20.060
But you do or even if you’re gonna, you know, especially ice fishing and stuff like that

00:37:20.060 –> 00:37:22.060
I always bring a change of clothes just in case

00:37:22.060 –> 00:37:25.500
You never know you get wet. So that’s especially, you know, it’s cold

00:37:25.500 –> 00:37:30.020
You never know it just makes even if you’re not afraid of hypothermia. It just will make your time

00:37:30.180 –> 00:37:31.660

00:37:31.660 –> 00:37:35.120
Know that much more fun. Nothing’s worse than just you know

00:37:35.120 –> 00:37:39.580
Hanging out in wet clothes the whole time, especially if you’re out fishing or hiking or like, you know what I mean?

00:37:39.580 –> 00:37:41.340
It just makes you more comfortable

00:37:41.340 –> 00:37:44.100
I always wear bring I always bring extra socks

00:37:44.100 –> 00:37:47.540
I bring actually two pairs of extra socks because I do not I’ve gotten swamp

00:37:47.540 –> 00:37:51.140
So swamp foot is a real thing and you get your feet too wet

00:37:51.140 –> 00:37:53.860
And if they stay wet all day, you guys get swamp

00:37:53.860 –> 00:37:57.280
But you actually your skin will get soft and you can actually get blisters easier

00:37:57.280 –> 00:38:02.140
You actually crack your feet easier cut your foot easier. So I always bring a couple pairs of socks

00:38:02.140 –> 00:38:07.300
I’ll usually keep a pair or two in my bag and then a pair or two in the truck just because I’ve had

00:38:07.300 –> 00:38:10.460
situations where my feet got saturated and

00:38:10.460 –> 00:38:17.900
It was miserable. I suffered for days even after the trip because my feet were sore from you know, cracking and breaking stuff

00:38:17.900 –> 00:38:20.460
I mean it was just it was horrible and swamp foots a real thing

00:38:20.460 –> 00:38:22.340
You gotta be careful keep your feet dry and on swamp foot

00:38:22.340 –> 00:38:24.660
You don’t really want don’t want to get gangrene if you get a cut

00:38:24.660 –> 00:38:29.000
You’re cutting and that’s the other thing too is if you’re out in the woods and you have a cut on your foot

00:38:29.000 –> 00:38:35.740
You know, you may not have gotten that cut when you were camping or when you were you know what I mean?

00:38:35.740 –> 00:38:39.480
But but if you go into the situation with a cut or a wound on your foot

00:38:39.480 –> 00:38:44.660
It’s gonna make it worse as I have people say I don’t understand why my little how I got an infection

00:38:44.660 –> 00:38:48.780
I’m like, well, did you cut your foot? Kevin? No. Well, did you have it for you went in? Well, I did

00:38:48.780 –> 00:38:52.320
Well, yeah, but because you had the cut before you went in, you know what I mean?

00:38:52.320 –> 00:38:55.140
Like it’s just one of those things. Um, you know

00:38:55.140 –> 00:39:00.160
If you have a cut on your foot or something on your foot or a blister whatever that even if it’s prior to going out

00:39:00.160 –> 00:39:05.220
In the woods, it’s just or it’s just gonna you know, it’s just gonna make it that much worse and stuff

00:39:05.220 –> 00:39:07.520
That’s you always keep your feet dry protect your feet

00:39:07.520 –> 00:39:08.880
I always tell everybody in the woods

00:39:08.880 –> 00:39:11.560
one of the number one things you could do is keep protect your feet because

00:39:11.560 –> 00:39:16.480
Nothing is I mean that’s your your ticket in and out of anywhere is your feet

00:39:16.480 –> 00:39:20.720
So protect your feet that I tell you to protect your feet check your legs

00:39:21.240 –> 00:39:24.980
Especially in the summer. I always I know it looks kind of weird, but you pull your socks up

00:39:24.980 –> 00:39:27.540
Actually by those extra long socks

00:39:27.540 –> 00:39:32.800
But your socks up a little bit a little bit higher even underneath the clothes just to the ticket where we are in

00:39:32.800 –> 00:39:36.580
Pennsylvania ticks are a real issue and let me tell you you get a tick

00:39:36.580 –> 00:39:39.500
You know you get Lyme disease and stuff like that

00:39:39.500 –> 00:39:41.760
It’s actually quite a quite a bad situation to be in

00:39:41.760 –> 00:39:44.380
If you pull your socks up and actually helps prevent it

00:39:44.380 –> 00:39:48.800
They actually have push you put your jeans in your socks and pull your socks up over that

00:39:48.800 –> 00:39:53.880
I don’t but you should that’s a good way to help prevent ticks and stuff like that

00:39:53.880 –> 00:39:56.880
If you’re actually in the woods and in a situation like that

00:39:56.880 –> 00:39:59.520
That’s what I do

00:39:59.520 –> 00:40:01.760
also to

00:40:01.760 –> 00:40:06.180
If you’re if you are the only and I know somebody said this to me too, and I guess it’s an issue, too

00:40:06.180 –> 00:40:10.900
But if you are in the woods, I know a lot of people say to me bring away to to protect your food

00:40:10.900 –> 00:40:16.320
You can just bring a cooler and a piece of rope and throw it over a branch and you know

00:40:16.320 –> 00:40:20.960
Pull the food up off the ground and tie it up to protect it overnight of your sleep. And I

00:40:20.960 –> 00:40:24.560
We’ve done that a few times. We’re out for a couple days. I

00:40:24.560 –> 00:40:28.040
Don’t do that as much as I used to anymore

00:40:28.040 –> 00:40:31.640
I rather just bring kind of the canned goods with me open them up

00:40:31.640 –> 00:40:34.920
And if I’m only going out overnight, I bring canned goods if I’m being honest with you

00:40:34.920 –> 00:40:41.360
Open them up and do that. Okay, I find canned goods or camp or camp food if I’m gonna be out

00:40:42.200 –> 00:40:46.680
For a day or two. I just bring key. I just buy the canned food at Walmart or at

00:40:46.680 –> 00:40:51.960
Any of those real places I’ll just buy canned food and some of that and I’ll just eat canned food for a few days

00:40:51.960 –> 00:40:54.560
Now help me drop some weight to that way

00:40:54.560 –> 00:40:55.880
but um

00:40:55.880 –> 00:40:57.200
I don’t like I said

00:40:57.200 –> 00:41:01.760
I don’t really a lot of people bring food with them to cook and stuff like that and if you are at a campsite and

00:41:01.760 –> 00:41:07.440
Some of that I leave your food in your car or something like that or we’re leaving in the cabin or or elevated off the ground

00:41:08.040 –> 00:41:13.200
If you are camping, I I don’t if it’s just me going out by myself or with the friends or two

00:41:13.200 –> 00:41:17.080
And they’re bringing their own stuff. I’ll just usually just bring camp food with me

00:41:17.080 –> 00:41:19.680
You know in water

00:41:19.680 –> 00:41:20.800
I don’t go

00:41:20.800 –> 00:41:23.280
I mean unfortunately with my schedule and having a business and and

00:41:23.280 –> 00:41:28.360
You know family so that I don’t fortunately get to go out for weeks at a time. I usually get overnights a lot

00:41:28.360 –> 00:41:33.420
And I’m home. Usually I leave Saturday. I’m home by Monday or Sunday usually

00:41:33.420 –> 00:41:38.260
But so I usually just mouse go to Walmart and get a day of camp food two days of camp food or something like that

00:41:38.260 –> 00:41:42.380
I like the canned food personally doesn’t spoil it lasts longer

00:41:42.380 –> 00:41:47.200
And and I’ve had friends of mine that have actually we’ve gone camping for a couple days

00:41:47.200 –> 00:41:51.320
They’ve actually brought stuff and ice packs and filled a cooler and stuff like that

00:41:51.320 –> 00:41:55.720
And if I’m going on a campsite we do that with the kids because obviously not gonna camp food for everybody

00:41:55.720 –> 00:41:56.320

00:41:56.320 –> 00:41:59.720
If I bring in the kids and some of that we’ll get a cooler to fill it up and some of that and was put it

00:41:59.720 –> 00:42:01.600
back in the truck or whatever, but

00:42:01.600 –> 00:42:06.700
I’ve actually had friends have actually dragged quills with them into the woods and I’m like, this is kind of a lot of work

00:42:06.700 –> 00:42:11.480
Especially when you got it, especially – I try to keep my load pretty light when I’m going in

00:42:11.480 –> 00:42:16.020
I have a bad back anyway, so I I try to protect my I try to make it light load light load

00:42:16.020 –> 00:42:20.080
Especially just for care, you know, we we have put wood on a thing and drag it in

00:42:20.080 –> 00:42:23.640
So that’s what we’re dragging wood in a lot of times and stuff like that

00:42:23.640 –> 00:42:25.580
So I just try to keep my load light less

00:42:25.580 –> 00:42:29.200
I got a prep less I got a cook less I got it, you know, we’re only out there for overnight

00:42:29.200 –> 00:42:33.840
So I don’t I like to kind of make myself a little bit, you know, make things a little bit lighter

00:42:33.840 –> 00:42:37.440
If you are going out, like I said in the woods, like I said things I’d bring

00:42:37.440 –> 00:42:41.360
If you are going to breath – if you were new year if you knew you’re going out

00:42:41.360 –> 00:42:43.360
I would say bring some camp food with you

00:42:43.360 –> 00:42:45.720
That’s something else I’d bring with me

00:42:45.720 –> 00:42:49.280
There’s a lot of a lot of things I would bring if I was camping

00:42:49.280 –> 00:42:50.760
You know

00:42:50.760 –> 00:42:54.080
I try to keep my load light if I’m only going overnight if I am gonna be at a couple of days

00:42:54.520 –> 00:43:00.400
I’ll pack some extra and some of that the big key is and I find this mostly is when I’m camping is it’s not so much

00:43:00.400 –> 00:43:03.880
Food, but water you need to need to make away even if you’re going out for only two days

00:43:03.880 –> 00:43:06.820
and I’m gonna bring two or three days worth of water, but

00:43:06.820 –> 00:43:13.600
I actually recently have started using those hydration packs where you we can fill the pack of water and carry it on your back

00:43:13.600 –> 00:43:19.240
I have recently started doing that bringing a hydration pack with me this way. I have enough water for the whole trip

00:43:19.240 –> 00:43:21.040
Especially if it’s only an overnight

00:43:21.040 –> 00:43:25.020
I mean that things for a couple gallons of water that that’ll get me through, you know a few days

00:43:25.020 –> 00:43:31.720
Especially if I’m not hiking a lot and you have to be careful too because if you do go hiking and you are out

00:43:31.720 –> 00:43:36.720
You know in the winter you are more believe it or not. This is actually I need to know this too recently

00:43:36.720 –> 00:43:39.600
You are more likely to get dehydrated

00:43:39.600 –> 00:43:46.000
In the winter than you are the summer because in the summer you’re there you’re drinking and all that kind of stuff

00:43:47.600 –> 00:43:51.920
When you’re when you’re in the summer and I’m sorry in the winter when you’re not hot

00:43:51.920 –> 00:43:55.740
You don’t drink as much and that’s the actual time when people actually tend to get more

00:43:55.740 –> 00:44:00.900
Dehydrated is when they’re in the winter because you’re out you’re cold. You’re not drinking because you’re cold

00:44:00.900 –> 00:44:04.720
You know, but you actually you’re actually more likely to get

00:44:04.720 –> 00:44:10.100
Get dehydrated in the winter than you are in summer. I thought that was actually rather interesting

00:44:10.100 –> 00:44:12.100
You think of people getting heatstroke and all that?

00:44:12.100 –> 00:44:17.000
In the summer, but actually it does happen in the winter as well, especially with hiking and stuff like that

00:44:17.760 –> 00:44:19.560
You know cuz people aren’t

00:44:19.560 –> 00:44:25.760
You know out and about so like I said, you know, like I said just some just some stuff camping tips things

00:44:25.760 –> 00:44:27.440
Is that like I said, it’s really great question

00:44:27.440 –> 00:44:31.040
I love loving you guys send me the questions if you do want to send me anything on X

00:44:31.040 –> 00:44:34.360
My call sign KB 3 why you way it’s my call sign

00:44:34.360 –> 00:44:37.280
Tweet me stuff and we’ll talk about it on the show

00:44:37.280 –> 00:44:42.520
I really appreciate that because it gave me a nice topic or conversation for today, especially since uh, you know

00:44:42.520 –> 00:44:46.000
I want to talk about some stuff but like I said, that was actually a really great tweet

00:44:46.000 –> 00:44:48.000
Like I said, uh, you know

00:44:48.000 –> 00:44:51.120
It’s a lot of that’s a tough question to try to win

00:44:51.120 –> 00:44:54.920
Sometimes it’s tough to bring less stuff than it is to bring more stuff. If you think about it

00:44:54.920 –> 00:44:59.080
you know, we try to be no as preppers we try to prepare for everything and

00:44:59.080 –> 00:45:04.400
Sometimes you you know, if you can only bring so much stuff, it’s like what do I need? What could solve?

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What could be a multi-purpose thing? What could be sold more than one prom, you know, so it’s it’s actually pretty interesting

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It’s a really good question and I really appreciate it saying I’m not gonna say what it is

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But somebody tweeted me that and I really appreciate it because it gave me some stuff to think about and and things like that

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So I really appreciate it

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Like I said folks I am going to sign off. Like I said

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have a pleasant holiday and

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Our new next episode will will drop in the new year. Thank you very much, and we will see you on the next episode