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The video features various discussions among the hosts and a special guest, John, on diverse topics. The talks range from politics, hunting, fishing, fuel sources, and technology to smoking and vaping. There are concerns about gun laws, election integrity, and the rising prices of diesel and gasoline. The guest shares his preference for hunting food instead of trophies and discusses his experience in hunting and fishing in New York. Additionally, the group expresses their dissatisfaction with Nancy Pelosi's actions and the need for politicians with integrity who prioritize the country's interest. There is a conversation on an engine running on frequencies, energy sources, and smoking and vaping regulations.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the host introduces John, a special guest from New York who runs the hunting and stuff channel. The host met John after he saw a comment John left on their Outdoor Channel and started emailing with him. The hosts talk about the differences in gun laws and how they might change over the next few months. They also discuss the recent midterm elections and the media's portrayal of the Republican success. John mentions trusting Newsmax as a news outlet, but he recognizes their tendency to be too presumptuous. Finally, the hosts discuss a friend's opinion on Trump's early announcement of his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election and the possible outpouring of voters against him.
  • 00:05:00 In this section of the video, the hosts discuss politics and their thoughts on the 2020 election. One of the hosts states that 8 million first-time and minority voters turned out, and he believes their votes were only for Obama because he was a Black man running for office. However, he also acknowledges that the speech Trump gave about the future was the best he had ever heard from him, and this could appease a lot of people. Both hosts believe that Trump can still do better, but he needs to focus on the future and not dwell on the 2020 election, which they both believe was stolen. Additionally, they mention the importance of voting and express happiness over the two-step verification process at polling stations. Finally, they discuss the importance of voter ID in all states.
  • 00:10:00 In this section of the video, the speakers discuss their concerns over the integrity of the election system. One person shares how easy it is to vote without an ID, which even allows dead people to vote. Another person tells how his wife's friend received mail-in ballots even though they had moved to Texas. They also highlight an issue where secondary ballots could be sent out, and if filled, would still count. They question the election's integrity and the legacy it leaves for the next generation, as lax regulations make it easy for people to take advantage of the system. They also discuss how earlier generations were too trusting of the government, and with each new regulation implemented, it chips away at the people's rights, even if done slowly and with subtle changes.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the special guest discusses his hunting experiences and preferences with the hosts, including his recent outing on the opening day of rifle season. The guest expresses that he is not a Trophy Hunter and happily takes a small doe over a buck any day because he just wants to put food in the freezer. The guest also discusses the gun regulations in his area and compares them to those in Texas, Montana, and New York. The hosts also show a chart of gun ownership and registered guns in different states, which the guest finds bizarre due to the discrepancy between the number of registered guns in New York and Montana.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the guest talks about how he used to party a lot when he was younger, but now he recognizes that it's not all it's cracked up to be. He has three kids and a grandson and doesn't want to do the whole partying thing anymore. The conversation also touches on hunting and fishing, with the guest showing off a deer that he took and discussing his love for bass fishing. They also touch on how some bass fishermen can be arrogant, but the conversation turns to different types of fish and what they like to catch.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the YouTubers discuss hunting and fishing. They talk about preparing trout and the importance of being willing to deal with the bones. They then move on to discussing hogs and a story the host's wife experienced while hunting one. The wife encountered a giant 400-pound hog that charged at her, and she was forced to shoot it. The hog was so large that its body caused a tree to fall over when the YouTubers attempted to pull it away with a side by side vehicle.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the two hosts discuss the challenges of hunting in Texas due to the abundance of trees and the presence of thorny plants and mosquitoes. They also talk about the prevalence of feral hogs and hunting dogs used to catch them. One of the hosts talks about setting up a snail shell trap to catch the pigs and shares a story of a graphic warning where he had to shoot a pig multiple times. They also note that lately, the pigs seem to be less active despite the changing temperatures.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the conversation turns to politics and current events, starting with the topic of Kevin McCarthy and the rumors that he may not be reelected as Speaker. Rooster believes that in order to prevent another Democrat from taking power, the Republicans need to stand together. The conversation then moves on to Nancy Pelosi's resignation, which Rooster characterizes as more of a firing. They then discuss the recent attack on Paul Pelosi, with speculation ranging from the possibility of a romantic relationship to the use of a hammer during the altercation. Despite the lack of video evidence, the group believes that something fishy is going on and that the incident is being used for political purposes.
  • 00:40:00 In this section of the video, the individuals discuss the possible corruption of Paul Pelosi and how both sides of the aisle weaponize information to their advantage. They also express their desire for a "great reset" where politicians with integrity and care for the country replace the current political leaders. The conversation then turns to their dislike for Nancy Pelosi and how her actions, such as tearing up Trump's papers during a State of the Union address, were a slap in the face to democracy. They also criticize her perceived lack of concern for her constituents and involvement in insider trading.
  • 00:45:00 In this section of the video, the hosts discuss the rising prices of gasoline and diesel fuel, with diesel being a byproduct of gasoline. They express frustration that energy companies have raised prices on diesel, which used to be cheaper than gasoline, and speculate that the companies did so to make more money. While they acknowledge the potential benefits of electric and hydrogen vehicles, they also point out the downfalls, such as the tire waste from electric cars, and recommend exploring alternative fuel sources such as natural gas. They end by encouraging people to take action through voting and contacting their representatives, emphasizing that they are not encouraging any acts of violence.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, the guest talks about an engine that runs off of frequencies and how matching the frequency can manipulate any object made of matter. He compares it to a hovercraft or military vehicle, and it will be released to the public and require no fuel source or emissions. He explains that several people who may possess information about Clinton might commit suicide, like the man who built an engine that runs on water, and the problem with such technology is the cost to implement it. The hosts discuss the feasibility of electric vehicles as a solution and argue that making them still requires fossil fuels and produces waste products that need to be disposed of.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, John and the hosts discuss smoking and vaping, with John mentioning that he quit smoking seven years ago and moved to vaping, but now he can't even buy vape juice in New York due to the flavored variety being banned. They also talk about the legal smoking age and the recent change to 21. The discussion then turns to the controversial issue of allowing 16-year-olds to vote, which John strongly opposes by emphasizing the importance of making adult choices and having a fully developed frontal lobe, which happens at age 25. They also touch on scientists being paid to promote high fructose corn syrup despite its negative effects on health.

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In this YouTube video, the guest discusses the difficulties of obtaining a carry permit for a firearm in gun-free zone states like New York. The hosts and guests discuss their views on gun control laws and their right to bear arms. They touch on hunting experiences, hunting regulations, and the primal feeling of hunting. The importance of having structure in place for church security and gun printing are also discussed. Finally, the guest talks about his love for guns and hunting, sharing stories about cooking venison and his daughter's love for wild game.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, the guest discusses the difficulties of obtaining a carry permit for a firearm in New York, which has become a gun-free zone state. The process involves getting four people to vouch for you along with a background check and fingerprints. Personal protection cannot serve as a reason for obtaining a carry permit, and the state only issues them if you have a particular need. Moreover, the minimum age for concealed carry is now 21 years, and a license is required to own a semiautomatic rifle or shotgun. Despite these restrictions, AR owners can still purchase weapons but with a 10-round lock.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, two men discuss their views on gun control laws and their right to bear arms. They discuss the availability of speed loaders for guns and argue that having 10 or 50 rounds doesn't make a difference if someone is determined to commit an act of violence. They also discuss open carry laws in Texas and the belief that teachers should be allowed to carry guns in schools. Ultimately, they agree that gun violence is a societal issue that stems from a failed system rather than simply access to firearms.
  • 01:10:00 In this section, the hosts discuss the laws around carrying firearms in Texas establishments. While it's legal to carry a firearm and many establishments can't legally stop you, some may have signs requesting you leave your firearm outside. However, the only three signs that are legally enforceable are the 3006, 3007, and 51 percent signs. They then discuss how a police chief escorted a wounded teacher instead of trying to save kids during a school shooting, which highlights the importance of being able to protect oneself and others.
  • 01:15:00 In this section, the speaker expresses his frustration and disappointment that the police officers did not protect the people in Uvalde, even though it is innate for men to protect. He believes people need to be held accountable for their inaction, and it makes him sick that they were there for 96 minutes and didn't do anything. The speaker thinks the police deserve the utmost respect but didn't do their jobs in Uvalde. While discussing the topic, the conversation shifts to gun-free zones, which are often death zones, and the importance of security measures like locking doors in schools.
  • 01:20:00 In this section of the video, the hosts discuss the importance of having structure in place for church security, as having too many individuals with a firearm can create a dangerous situation. One church had implemented a team of 20-30 individuals which would handle the situation, rather than having multiple people attempting to shoot at once. They then discuss gun safe zone posters that are appearing in businesses, and the importance of following laws and regulations concerning firearms. Finally, they touch on gun printing, with one host mentioning that he never had an issue with printing and has never been stopped, while another host discusses the low cost of 22 rounds, although they are still expensive.
  • 01:25:00 In this section, the guest speaker talks about his love for guns and how he owns a lot of guns that would probably make the government nervous. However, his favorite gun is his Marlin model 60, a 22 that is the most accurate among all his guns. He also shares that he hunts deer, attributing his belief that animals were put here for food and that there is nothing wasteful about hunting. He even quotes the Bible, saying that God himself told Peter to eat all kinds of animals. He also tells a story of how his mama chewed him out for leaving deer liver out, as she and his grandpa believed that wasting animal parts is wrong.
  • 01:30:00 In this section of the video, the hosts are discussing hunting experiences and the practice of coyote hunting. While one of the hosts has had experience coyote hunting and selling their fur, the other guest has only seen one coyote and wasn't able to shoot it due to lack of proper ammunition. They also touch on the method of deterring coyotes by hanging their carcasses, but note that some people abuse this method and leave too many on their fences. The conversation also includes a funny story about a friend who was hesitant to bite into a pig heart and another one who accidentally put his hand inside a gutted pig.
  • 01:35:00 In this section of the video, the hosts discuss hunting regulations in their respective counties. They talk about how pigs are a major problem in their area and that hunting them is not heavily regulated. While discussing restrictions on deer hunting, a rule of thumb is mentioned when determining if a deer is legal to shoot, as well as various restrictions such as antler size and number of deer per season. The hosts also talk about how they prefer to process their own meat due to the high costs of commercial processors and potential legal repercussions if the hunting isn't done within the regulations of their state.
  • 01:40:00 In this section, the hosts discuss a hunting trip and a story about a mix-up at a processing plant resulting in venison being passed off as pork. They also talk about hunting regulations and how many deer someone can hunt in a day. One of the hosts shares a story about a pig ruining his hunt and then a buck appears, which he quickly takes down. The hosts talk about the primal feeling of hunting and how they only take the backstraps of the animals they hunt, which they describe as being one of the most delicious parts of the animal.
  • 01:45:00 In this section, the guest for this episode explains his passion for hunting and how he and his daughter cooked up some tenderloins of a buck he hunted over an open fire in the woods. He also shares how he and a friend did a survival challenge in the woods for two and a half days without any food or water to show off his outdoor skills. The guest expresses his appreciation for his daughter's love of the outdoors and how she chooses wild game over store-bought meat. He also talks about his desire to delve into reloads and offers to return for another episode.

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