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Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1950 on: July 17, 2017, 11:22:29 AM »
Is this interview anywhere?

I should have clarified, Dave's interview with the documentarian mentioned above was as guest host on C2C.  I know C2C shows with George hosting eventually wind up on You Tube, so I assume programs with guest hosts do as well. Also there is apparently a C2C affiliate, I think in Canada, that offers C2C shows on their website for a few days after the original broadcast.  The website has been posted in the past, but I don't recall the station or it's website.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1951 on: July 17, 2017, 01:31:35 PM »
I should have clarified, Dave's interview with the documentarian mentioned above was as guest host on C2C.  I know C2C shows with George hosting eventually wind up on You Tube, so I assume programs with guest hosts do as well. Also there is apparently a C2C affiliate, I think in Canada, that offers C2C shows on their website for a few days after the original broadcast.  The website has been posted in the past, but I don't recall the station or it's website.

I sent him a PM

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1952 on: July 17, 2017, 02:07:11 PM »
My favorite bit of idiocy was the guest's insistence one of the first officers on the scene could have stopped the killing spree, but did not engage the shooter from long range despite being outgunned/outranged by the vastly better armed shooter.  "A bullet is a bullet, a gun is a gun", he said, not understanding the difference between the officer's  .38 revolver and the Uzi carried by the killer. 
One of the callers gave the guy a pretty good reaming over that comment but then got all huffy and hung up before the guest's response


Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1953 on: July 17, 2017, 03:53:09 PM »
One of the callers gave the guy a pretty good reaming over that comment but then got all huffy and hung up before the guest's response

Yes that caller, who I think said he was combat veteran medic, tore the guest moron a new asshole. True to form, however, the guest did not understand the caller's rational, well delivered explanation and turned it around to say the caller was confirming the officer was incompetent because he could not hit the distant gunman with a .38 revolver because, after all, "a bullet is a bullet, a gun is a gun".  It was at that point the caller hung up in disgust.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1954 on: July 17, 2017, 04:15:16 PM »
Yes that caller, who I think said he was combat veteran medic, tore the guest moron a new asshole. True to form, however, the guest did not understand the caller's rational, well delivered explanation and turned it around to say the caller was confirming the officer was incompetent because he could hit the distant gunman with a .38 revolver because, after all, "a bullet is a bullet, a gun is a gun".  It was at that point the caller hung up in disgust.
You recall we had an awful mass shooting at a Luby's down here. It caused one of the victims (I will say victim even if she was not shot because she lost both her parents) had a gun in her purse but due to the laws (at the time) left it in her purse in the car. She, Suzanna Hup, ran for office on the issue and got our "concealed carry" law passed. She also had an AM radio show for a while.

I think the thinking of officers, and even normal citizens, is changing. We have to treat the crazy mass shooters or the Islamic terrorists differently than we've treated criminals in the past- where the motivation is economic, political, or in the commission of another crime. When the criminal is just hell-bent on killing people we cannot wait for SWAT, stall for tactics, negotiate etc and even though risk of collateral damage I think throwing lead towards them is the best solution, even if you only have a .38 because it might hit him but at least get his attention. During the UT Tower shooting civilians, including frat guys from their roof, shot back which distracted the shooter, a bit*. The guy is an idiot with a "gun is a gun" comment though.

* there has always been a rumor that civilian Allen Crum, not the police officer, was the one who actually killed Whitman but the police didn't want the publicity/complications and he didn't want to notoriety so they said the cop got him.
https://apps.texastribune.org/guns-on-campus/allen-crum-helped-stop-ut-tower-shooter-charles-whitman/

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1955 on: July 17, 2017, 04:35:33 PM »
You recall we had an awful mass shooting at a Luby's down here. It caused one of the victims (I will say victim even if she was not shot because she lost both her parents) had a gun in her purse but due to the laws (at the time) left it in her purse in the car. She, Suzanna Hup, ran for office on the issue and got our "concealed carry" law passed. She also had an AM radio show for a while.

I think the thinking of officers, and even normal citizens, is changing. We have to treat the crazy mass shooters or the Islamic terrorists differently than we've treated criminals in the past- where the motivation is economic, political, or in the commission of another crime. When the criminal is just hell-bent on killing people we cannot wait for SWAT, stall for tactics, negotiate etc and even though risk of collateral damage I think throwing lead towards them is the best solution, even if you only have a .38 because it might hit him but at least get his attention. During the UT Tower shooting civilians, including frat guys from their roof, shot back which distracted the shooter, a bit*. The guy is an idiot with a "gun is a gun" comment though.

* there has always been a rumor that civilian Allen Crum, not the police officer, was the one who actually killed Whitman but the police didn't want the publicity/complications and he didn't want to notoriety so they said the cop got him.
https://apps.texastribune.org/guns-on-campus/allen-crum-helped-stop-ut-tower-shooter-charles-whitman/

Yes, and realization of your point has led to the "active shooter" tactical approach to such situations.  Officers are now trained to run to the sound of gunfire to attack shooters, despite the inherent risks the officers assume in doing so.  I participated (as a "victim") in an active shooter exercise a few years back and came to the conclusion the security forces would aggressively go after a shooter to protect/rescue me, but would be roundly criticized if things went sideways as a result.  I would not want to be a cop.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1956 on: July 17, 2017, 05:00:19 PM »
Yes, and realization of your point has led to the "active shooter" tactical approach to such situations.  Officers are now trained to run to the sound of gunfire to attack shooters, despite the inherent risks the officers assume in doing so.  I participated (as a "victim") in an active shooter exercise a few years back and came to the conclusion the security forces would aggressively go after a shooter to protect/rescue me, but would be roundly criticized if things went sideways as a result.  I would not want to be a cop.
Yeah. They get it from all sides and are always second-guessed. Even a routine speeding ticket can get you shot and the press, lawyers, and much of the public constantly criticize you or even protest against you. "Activists" harassing you and escalating situations. People taught that you are the enemy and "don't snitch." Government officials who often take the anti-police side in things and so many violent criminals allowed to enter the country.


Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1957 on: August 05, 2017, 11:00:07 PM »
Not too excited about tonight.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1958 on: August 05, 2017, 11:05:52 PM »
Not too excited about tonight.

That's what she said.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1959 on: August 05, 2017, 11:07:07 PM »
Not too excited about tonight.

Me too. I just looked at the listings.
But when I listened before to some shows with topic that was not in my 'field' that much -with a good host (and good guest of course)
there could be packets of interesting moments with cool or crazy info during the show... so who knows.. I will give a try

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1960 on: August 07, 2017, 09:04:49 PM »
Dudes and Dudettes,...

You got to listen to "Susan Lindauer", an ex-CIA Asset...

I heard her on another show, from Jul 26, 2017...

Susan Lindauer joins us to discuss her investigation into missing trillions of dollars and everything leads back to the Hilary Clinton & her crime cartel.

Here is the link:   ...

Enjoy...

Bomar

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1961 on: October 28, 2017, 07:09:19 PM »
Good Halloween topic on c2c tonight, Dave Schrader hosting:

Saturday - October 28, 2017
HOST
Dave Schrader
GUESTS
Colin Dickey,    Troy Taylor
For nearly two centuries, American popular culture has been influenced by the supernatural. Author and founder of American Hauntings Ink, Troy Taylor, joins Dave Schrader (email) to reveal the roots of our fascination with ghosts, haunted houses, and the supernatural, along with stories he's uncovered that showcase something scary, evil, or demonic. In the latter half, Colin Dickey follows the trail of America's ghosts. Crammed into old houses and hotels, abandoned prisons and empty hospitals, the spirits that linger continue to capture our collective imagination, but why? Dickey will discuss his journey across the US to unpack the American history repressed in our most famous haunted places including the most haunted mansion and prison in America.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1962 on: October 29, 2017, 02:38:26 AM »
Clever bumper selection for tonite's show about ghosts--The Beatles' "I'm Looking Through You".

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1963 on: October 30, 2017, 09:24:11 PM »
I think Schrader does a good job. I like all off the guest hosts, just can't stand Jorch.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1964 on: November 12, 2017, 11:05:25 PM »
I think Schrader does a good job. I like all off the guest hosts, just can't stand Jorch.

Agreed!

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1965 on: November 21, 2017, 02:32:29 AM »
I was listening, but then I totally got distracted by someone who sort of looks like Teri Garr.
What year.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1966 on: November 21, 2017, 09:46:08 AM »
What year.

Like, '88. Mildly, briefly compelling.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1967 on: November 21, 2017, 11:43:10 PM »
I liked darkness on the edge of town a lot. Beyond the darkness is really inferior. Not being able to have callers, not being live, guest selection, and Tim/Dave not together most shows has really changed the feel of the show. It's seems rushed and sloppy. The show is shorter and there is frequent editing mistakes. I get their flagship went to politics only format, I also get Dave needs multiple jobs due to having 8 kids, but it seems like lack of effort. On Tuesdays they just put out an old show heavily edited. I'm not complaining because the show is free. I probably would have got a subscription to the old show ( it wasn't offered)but not the current incarnation. I hope they turn it around or go in another direction than podcast one , it seems like podcast one has some tight regulations on how they run the show.

Re: Dave Schrader
« Reply #1968 on: November 26, 2017, 10:11:23 PM »
The Roy Moore guy needs to get this guest Diamne Lake to handle his press conferences. Kidding. Not only is weed a gateway drug (as she described her dad's experiences into the drug culture who "emancipated" her at 14 to go off with Manson.) But she shrugs off her "making love" to "older boys"- in their very late 20's- as a young teen so that, "making  love" to Charlie Manson when she was 14, didn't seem strange and she almost excuses it. But interesting interview. Not a huge true crime fan but some interesting stuff in the show.