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Good morning 10 AM on the West Coast 1 o'clock caddies this is -- take we have again of some great -- -- across the country we also had that big FaceBook announcement coming up that we have Jeremy Kaplan watching right now.
He would take all the notes lot -- -- will be able to maybe dip into that at some point let you know.
What Facebook's gonna be talking about potentially a FaceBook phone we'll hear more about that again.
Coming up from this big announcement from FaceBook I -- in this half hour we'll have more information for you.
Again we have a number of guests as well as well we're gonna fly drone alive on set I'm not sure you've actually seen that before -- didn't.
Airport sometime is somebody had a little drones you see it.
-- some of the gadget stores but we're gonna fly one -- live on -- hopefully day of our photographer can keep an eye on it.
-- and doesn't lose it in hopefully I can -- deepen in the in the camera range as well.
Also you can weigh in right here on foxnews.com live and FaceBook and on Twitter will be able to share some of your -- -- your thoughts.
And hopefully even answer some of your questions at first though we start in New York with Allison Barrie each week Allison has a great article -- foxnews.com.
Are some of our defense maneuvers especially nowadays.
With everything going on eight -- only in Syria in the Mediterranean of course and -- goal for Persian gulf as well but now with Korea and all the -- happening over in -- the US and its capabilities are of utmost importance and -- got a great story about the B 52 flying fortress.
Hollywood here all ballot -- all about it Allison.
Think Adam yeah I you know usually -- like to bring our viewers something -- new cutting and -- -- never seen before.
But some you know in this case I just love the B 52 -- -- got such great feedback.
From recent stories on what's going on with the navy.
-- at that you know what let's talk about the B 52 because it's a classic it's been serving our military for over half a century now.
And sometimes -- isn't always better I it's incredible that the air crews.
And the poor countries the maintenance crews have been -- to keep this this bomber going -- it's a testament to really did old fashioned.
Austin American engineering.
We're looking at some images here -- some video of the B 52 and flight fat.
And I'm hoping we're gonna show you some refueling so I think our viewers love that -- -- -- gonna get to see some me feeling -- one of the remarkable things about the B 52 Adam.
Is that it's got unlimited.
Combat range and I that I mean without refueling can go about 8800.
-- can you be killed in the -- this is what our viewers a -- a chance you right now.
And I'd like to send a shout out to the bomber trees have sent the video and thank you so much for that is very kind of you.
I'm sure viewers -- loving and get an -- Clinton I'm gonna put some other very cool video on on the web CU.
Today I can't get enough of the stuff these -- -- doing it's terribly important right now beginning to look at some than me and -- goes on and I really can't stress enough how remarkable it is.
It's really a testament to dedication of the air force if they're able to keep this season does -- -- pick crabs are fifty years young Adam and they're still run very relevant and very important.
Our viewers have probably seen or been a bit of a -- because -- out taking -- exercise full.
Out there in.
The Asia certain -- -- South Korea area.
And this just shows just how relevant they are either still pitches and lots of very important exercises.
And at the one out in Asia right now is just one of many of the awesome to speed red flag which is -- a coalition partner.
Exercise where they work on sort of defense suppression air superiority and dominance.
Attack -- attack tactics.
Very cool stuff and -- they're also part of that global strike team so that -- that in writing they have.
The ability -- anywhere on the globe.
With -- -- the ability and pretty much anything has another reason why I love the B fifty teases.
They can release pretty much anything in our inventory so pretty much any yet but been an inventory -- academy she got a question -- at me.
Yet I yeah I wanted to run a couple of things one obviously they advocate -- Billy you mentioned for the last fifty years pretty much -- the same.
It's all about deterrence with a B to B two -- it really lets other countries -- potential adversaries today.
We can all take off from the US and reach you and potentially if we have -- and hopefully it'll never happen drop bombs on you from a high leveled out to.
-- -- -- in -- close support and it's a very very very versatile aircraft.
And I got lots of really lovely thank you to all of men and women who have been sending emails.
This morning already asked you served it with.
Our defense and our offensive capabilities.
You know a few examples and -- -- freedom.
They were -- relevant.
And at -- and just try to catch up with -- I'm so excited make him riveted by no watching the video sanctioned FaceBook folks is that it is yet I don't talk to -- out there I don't.
-- because I suck yea just on something that was true that the I think a lot of viewers coming on knowing that -- -- has been pretty much in the same capability for the last fifty years and obviously the jets have gotten better but only on the same time if you look at the actual design of the of the of the aircraft.
And the way it's -- on the what is used for the given the capability in the deterrence it's pretty much the same thing that we use since the beginning of the Cold War and yet it is still.
Absolutely essential to the US arsenal to our security to our allies especially now.
You're seeing what's happening over in Korea and in -- would understand to the whole Korea situation.
Is more about them just Saber rattling to get more money they they understand that if they were to do something.
That the they would be there'll be a lot unleashed upon them but to have this capability that it really does help not only us but also our allies it's a big deal.
Ray and -- keep quiet 50000 -- a -- you know go as fast to 600 miles per hour and this is a phenomenal aircraft and how amazing is it that it was created a over fifty years ago and it really is a testament to American engineering.
And NI a and it's I'd like to -- a shout out to all those trees that are really keeping it -- and how how old -- your car I mean how many people of cars for fifty years that are still -- I mean we live in a generation where -- Cheney and iphones and getting new phones you know every six months every year.
So the fact that we have an aircraft that is so relevant and so crucial.
Still flying after you know of this year's all that's very impressive and -- for our viewers to check -- But try to -- jamming his mushy to -- like cannons an online written version -- check out -- -- they -- the details.
Our thousand Mary her article is on foxnews.com if you learn more about the behavior to an ABC's -- videos you've got post there.
Check it out with North Korea warning of nuclear war B fifty -- soar in full eagle as you can see right there again Allison Barrie.
-- -- each week with a great military story this one's fantastic -- old asset but it's still.
Incredibly new for us an incredibly important for us and our allies Alison thanks for joining us we'll see again next week thanks thanks Adam.
All right so off from New York we're gonna go -- break or go to break again FaceBook big announcement coming out this morning I know some people say Facebook's old.
What is you know FaceBook continues to evolve buying into Graham you can see -- right.
Now this -- the press conference -- -- -- for just a second it'll come back devices that we're using are a lot nicer now the U I model is actually largely the same.
Now there's a place -- that's a lot of the time we we do need to do tasks and in this is a great model for that.
But no there's -- -- use case that is becoming more and more important.
We -- our -- with us all the time.
And more and more we just one -- know what's going on with the people around us.
How often it.
How have you how this happens you Wear your basically a few minutes in between meetings -- you're standing in line at the store and -- -- know what's going on deploy your foreign.
Let's see which -- your apps have that little red dot com.
-- to see what what content as it is going on now that.
That isn't performing a task that's just wanting to stay connected and know what's going on your world that's being human.
Ten and why we need to go into all those apps in the first place in order to see what's going on with the people we care about.
That's because today you are phones are designed around apps and not people.
So we want to flip that around we want to.
Bring all this content to the front and make it so that you can also just go ahead and use whatever apps you need whenever you need them.
Now the thing is we've we've actually seen this pattern before.
Before we had news feed on on FaceBook we all navigated.
Are through our home page it was just a list -- out so if you want to see friends' updates you could conference if you wanted to see photos you clicked on starters if you want to see messages.
You clicked on messages sent.
Then we got news feed in this change the way that we interacted with all of these services admit it's about.
Instead of just being a list of apps home was now all of this fresh content it is in this home skillet to -- it brought to -- -- it did at the soul and we -- realize this is a much better way for us to consume contents and as a result we all sort of consuming a lot more about twice as much.
So now we want to bring this experience.
Of having a home of of always knowing what's going on around you right to your phone.
And -- we want to deliver this experience.
To as many people as possible so we want to build some kind of -- -- are operating system that only some people are going to be able to use write a great phone.
Might sell ten -- twenty million units that at best.
And you know our community has more than a billion people -- it.
So even if we did a really really good job building a following -- still only be serving one or 2% of the people in our community.
We want to do more than that.
We want to build the best experience for every person on every.
Now at the same time FaceBook also isn't just a lightweight -- I bet that's running everywhere.
All right that is the FaceBook event we're gonna keep on eye on that Jeremy Kaplan our -- technology editor is all over it.
Are you heard their look from Mark Zuckerberg is is is very famous.
I zip up sweatshirt -- -- talking about the phone.
And about how they're turning FaceBook into it it's an android unit.
Campbell it sounds like have the ability to be used in other phones as well he's getting to that right now in Jeremy happily -- cap was watching a sports club all the details.
And we'll continue to dip into that.
And see what Facebook's next plan is as I mentioned -- -- made a lot of changes over the last year or so trying to.
Continue with the flow and trying to keep as many subscribers and and people as well over a billion users as we do know is Mark Zuckerberg noted so we'll go back to that event to keep you updated we'll tell -- more about the FaceBook phone where he confided.
That's coming up after the break also more guests as well as gadgets now we're gonna fly a drone -- -- -- -- All right welcome back it is well past the hour 1012 here in the West Coast of course won twelve -- says we mentioned.
We don't watching that FaceBook event -- Mark Zuckerberg talking about the new FaceBook phone we have.
Jeremy Kaplan all over it will dip back in and check out his press conference again and also get a full -- -- Jeremy little later on this half hour.
First of all out what our next guest in Chicago or something it's.
-- only in the news to Davis and he's actually been taking place the last couple of years they gradually getting more notoriety.
On and it's causing more problems for some companies that matter some famous people's wealth called cyber squatting.
Evan brown -- senior counsel with the info log group you can follow -- Internet cases that's -- he's a Twitter handle I think for joining us from Chicago.
Hey thank you -- it's great to be here.
Yet you know -- the case has gotten the most news lately is about this up Pensacola college and there's been an update and now the -- website that the student had been basically holding hostage for about ten years.
Is now redirecting to the website for the college but.
Explain cyber squatting in layman's terms for somebody at home who may not have heard about it or may not really care about it at this point.
Right cyber squatting is a problem with domain names win.
One -- and or a company.
Registers that domain name you know that word that comes before the dot com -- the dot org when that name really belongs to someone else some other company's trademark and so.
There are some legal issues that come up often you know countenance as as trademark issues when that happens and and oftentimes.
These situations can be be really problematic the law doesn't always provide clear answers but but cyber squatting is this problem where somebody registers someone else's name.
As -- as a domain name that dot com or dot org name.
That so for example you see right there we have a graphic up there for our viewers at home for somebody -- that.
In simple layman's terms -- be like somebody getting out of -- -- dot com.
And putting up a web site that might have.
You know -- -- talk about Batman you know and have a big thing about Batman and I'm on the baseball guys mention that for for lack of a better example.
And -- what would be a it'd be yelled as a person it's maybe a little more physical more difficult for a person rather than a corporation so for example to someone.
Had gotten foxnews.com before fox got it and put up a bad -- web site.
What's it it does a person have moral leverage or does a corporation have more leverage or is about the same.
It's probably about the same -- you know federal law addresses this problem it's called the Andy cyber squatting consumer protection act as part of the trademark.
Statute and -- so often times companies will assert their trademark rights you know their brand name that's being.
That they that that form of intellectual property that they use to identify themselves in the marketplace so the law recognizes.
Companies interest but the law also.
Recognizes individuals interest as well so if a person's name is being registered and it's being used in bad faith though the law in certain circumstances does.
Provide a remedy to that individual as well so you know there's there's a little bit of something for everyone a little bit of of redress that that both companies and individuals can get it's it's -- it's a problem for.
You know corporate company identity and also the identity of individuals as well.
-- and we put together some graphics are folks at home to to talk about the protection act and we can got to run through those two.
On to let you know what you have in in the an order of -- protection.
I was so those in fact you mentioned opposes civil liability on a person explain that who without regard to -- -- service of the parties.
Are basically has bad faith intent to profit from that mark including a personal name which is protected as a mark under the section so.
Obviously a lot of legal jargon there throughout what does that say for those at home.
Well it it's pretty simple if that -- let's just keep it in the context of -- of a company or organization know the story that we're talking about here is a college.
You know it it has to assert that it has trademark rights and that somebody else has registered a domain name that is confusing we similar to that to that trademark.
And that's usually pretty easy to show you you just look at how -- what the words are you you have compare their appearance in their connotation that's that's pretty straightforward.
It becomes more problematic when you're getting into this question of whether or not the domain name is registered in bad faith.
You get some really interest staying story some really interesting cases on this because a lot of times.
People who registers these domain names or some other reason than setting up a competing enterprise they'll set up what we call a gripe site where there they're upset about that that organization and they'll put a bunch of negative commentary there is that -- this was common you know before -- Yelp was so popular as a way to -- that's right your frustrations on line so that question of bad faith.
Is sometimes problematic because the courts recognize we have a free speech interest in being able to it to communicate these things and it's not always clear that that bad faith -- goes to get a profit.
-- that domain name it could be some noncommercial protected speech that the courts are often willing to allow.
Right now -- just to our last graphic for our our folks in New York on the last got the kind of explains when you talk about as well this could bring up a website.
That is similar to what you're trying to do it in the case of -- sample.
A famous market -- name's Tom registration of the domain -- name is identical are confusing me similar.
Or diluted of all of that mark so for example let's say you had foxnews.com.
That you put up you know foxnews.com.
But you might might change the news spelling or something like that right is that -- -- -- kind of what that's saying to try to.
-- basically engage somebody would be looking for Fox News for example.
Dad does that goes -- that first.
Point you know whether or not it's confusing we similar and clearly that would be something that that's very similar but the analysis -- -- in there it looks.
To really what's going on in the mind of the person who registered the domain name and you can look at what they end up doing with the website that they build there if it's just a gripe site.
And there's no.
-- for example they don't try to hold -- hostage like call up.
The the trademark -- and say pay me a 100000 dollars and I'll give this back to you.
You know absent that it's pretty hard to show that there is that bad -- there that would require it to it to be right turned over but that that is a common tactic to.
To register a domain name that that is comprised of of another company's trademark it's a pretty effective way of of getting one message across on line.
Absolutely Evan brown senior counsel with info log group joining us from Chicago today -- I think so much for coming in appreciate your time.
Great thank you -- it's my pleasure.
All right from Chicago -- to go back that FaceBook event it's eighteen past the hour right now one of our viewers -- we -- in saying you know moderated by Facebook's bottom is gonna click on the app.
You might feel the same way let's go back in there they're turning to examine and show the phone to phone to those watching or their person -- -- take a quick listen -- Briefly the profile picture of Steven you know and if you're found in -- visually rich news -- recall cover -- and automatically aside from story to start a story if you like wanna sit back and watch.
And so let's go through this Elizabeth she's -- content -- from the team -- think she checked in somewhere.
Here's a story NN's Phil -- with a photo story of open -- stories with large images show up and cover -- -- excited to see that.
His feet Ling shares status updates this is Julie zoo she's a designer here at the pretty sweet photo.
Is that here's a status update also from Julie surface that is a bit so we did is we wanted to feel consistent with the photo stories so used to cover photo is the background.
But -- we project -- the fronts he could no hard so there's a clear distinction of what you're saying.
Let's -- -- some more stuff that's mean.
-- -- -- And so -- -- -- -- you like you can long press that this -- -- -- -- like it did before.
We can double tap it to like -- just show you big little like -- -- -- and if your finger.
That's just and he worked really hard on this presentation.
-- -- -- -- -- -- And -- can spread -- If you see -- and you want to comment on both fronts and it already has comments.
No comments no comments no comments -- -- a new comment -- -- -- become an icon on the bottom right who I missed it.
And it opened up the comment tonight but someone -- comments are gonna say hi because that's short -- -- a demo.
And when I'm done I can to slap it away.
And so -- trying to do is really does that delightful simple experience and we've relied pretty heavily on very basic gestures swiping and tapping pressing.
To make it's that it does nothing between you and -- contest.
You can directly just reach untouched it US has no chrome here there's no logo it is known that if the contents -- Let's cover sheet and that's really the foundation of what we've built but as -- mark talked about briefly we also notifications.
So but I want to get back you can see I've got a bunch notifications.
To come and feed -- -- always show you the most important thing.
Notification aim to make sure you don't miss the critical things so messages.
SMS is and a subset of FaceBook messages -- the most important ones and they disappear on top.
It's a here -- have a bunch.
So Lindsey Graham comes out of photo if I wanna check that out I can -- tap on it.
That'll take into the FaceBook app and so have photo.
By press home or go back and I notification is now -- That's and Francis and a couple people posting my timeline and I'm not really willing to risk seeing what they said I can just swipe it away.
-- -- a bunch and I wanna get rid of smaller ones I can press and hold an -- collect underneath my finger but I can dismiss them all at once really easily.
And that's cover -- notifications which of the content part of the experience and what we're trying to do is shift people's focus on the phones.
Away from tasks and apps and -- people content -- specifically friends or your friends what they're saying what they're doing.
But we recognize that -- is so important.
And so we built an app launcher.
-- the present moment probably -- bottom affiliate three options messenger perhaps and then I must recently is that there's actually kind of -- -- play with it does a lot.
We had and most recently used -- there.
An event the -- You're saying here at -- he -- -- based -- director of product talking about the new FaceBook -- android based phone.
Are you can see from watching -- right there a lot of interaction with the very similar to an iPhone in the sense that you can move things around.
Which are -- court android as the same thing my brother loves his android phone and we were.
Actually comparing contrasting over the -- -- it looks like.
-- to try to -- almost even merge the two.
But of course -- the FaceBook background in the FaceBook app into the whole process -- again we Jerry Kaplan has been watching this from the beginning.
I Jeremy -- do what's right now guys.
I'm right here.
He areas -- in new York and don't make sure enough unity as a dip out of it as we did just now Jerry for viewers at home give us a quick rundown of we've been able to dip in a couple of times we had Mark Zuckerberg talking about it a little bit now at emissary.
It is this going to be a big difference is a game changer -- -- -- -- -- really.
Kind of try to dip -- that market that's it is going to be battle right now really for for Smartphone users.
Well the thing keep in mind here the -- is not going to be launching a phone right and win win -- -- first walked out the first thing you said was.
We're gonna talk about the FaceBook phone and then he promptly said.
Where are not really talking about -- the -- What they're showing -- after what we've been looking at is a phone which has a new piece of software that they've developed.
And my understanding is that you and I and everyone is going to be able to download this for android phones and I'm sure at some point future for iphones as well the point is.
-- -- already the single most popular app -- away on every android phone Zuckerberg said that.
People use the FaceBook at three times more often than at the nearest -- so.
The one thing that averages in fact a recent survey said.
It's the third most popular function on Smartphones in general you get your email you get your web and you got your FaceBook.
So it makes a lot of sense what doesn't make sense however cameras what does -- -- and you having to go out and buy a new phone you don't want a new phone you've got to -- enough.
So this is going to be an app.
That integrates FaceBook in a much deeper much more effective way than ever before and it's going to be Sunday you can add to to create a new.
Really excellent social experience on your existing phone.
So it's almost like an app state becomes kind of and that is not -- operating system but it can kind of operate like an operating system in some respects when it's open on your phone -- -- exact transforms your phone in some ways.
It's like a layer that sits on top of android.
Transforming the experience and the and the interface.
Because the -- you getting your phone yen might be whatever it's fine that some of them have special fun interfaces but in general they're not particularly exciting.
And the -- the Zuckerberg was making his.
All of those interfaces are really app centric if you want to learn about what's going what difference if -- click -- -- and then click your friends and then find that friends.
That's not really what we want we want to know what.
Steve or Sheila or whoever is doing right now and you don't want to have to sift through and that way so this new interface they're coming up with here.
Really takes away the old interface of of apps and whatnot and gives you a new way of looking at things -- a -- modified version of your phone right.
To me I think -- -- this.
Yeah I think it published come to mind one it's great people -- -- by newfound.
-- it tries to once again keep FaceBook in the forefront.
Of the latest and greatest things going on oh -- and three I think it kind of felt a develops a whole new thing we haven't yet seen -- We've had the phone with its own operating system you've had the -- -- you mentioned kind of this whole kind of intermediate layer that's.
Not -- -- operating system but it's not just an -- it's kind of that right there in the middle which we haven't yet seen for a for Smartphones.
Exactly and if you think about that played a peanut butter and jelly sandwich right the good thing isn't the bread and -- of that layer of peanut butter and attend -- ordeal if you're -- person.
I kind of negative -- what's bigger things what they're doing here -- -- new layer that sits on top and it's gonna give you all of the good stuff that you get from FaceBook.
Which is why that is such a popular app it's like I said before three times more popular than the most popular apps FaceBook is the reason that a lot of people are using their their Smartphones these days.
Here's a nice easy way to get at.
The other thing that we need to think -- here.
And the thing we haven't heard too much about yet from these guys from from market during this announcement is the whole advertising aspect of this everywhere has been -- right.
-- -- is gonna go bonkers this year.
Sending mobile apps and -- mobile ads to us according to recent analyst they're gonna make a billion dollars worth of mobile advertising.
This year alone and I'm sure the next year's going to be double or triple that.
And -- and into this new layer and to what extent are you gonna turn your -- and so they have an ad for you know.
Whatever story -- can be walking past.
That will be a little bit intrusive unclear if that's really what they're doing but you have to think there's going to be a little part of it that is here's an ad -- your face right now.
Absolutely you know and also and yes efforts having a FaceBook for one of the stories we're doing yesterday for our viewers.
And it -- me out to pay twenty bucks to put -- not there's an advertisement on my -- of course I didn't do that but he gives you.
The option right away that thing popped right up -- hey -- you -- -- -- put this out there and it cost you twenty dollars and I and I I chose nobody gives an idea now faced who's going.
I don't one -- that quick question is do we know what the price of this apps.
Thing is -- means obviously not true apps that were used to it's kind of let intermediary kind of thing.
Do we have a price on -- yet.
We we have our president -- availability on par I think it's probably going to be free I don't know if it's -- -- it's already immediately widely available I think it's gonna take them a little bit of time.
And that you also -- -- -- to be some sort of compatibility issues for something of this nature which is really well and deeply into the operating system itself.
Maybe there's special customizations that are required for individual phones.
Who knows what's gonna take all the time to see some of those questions but I think it's bound to be free and I think it's going to be very needs to -- what we're checking out.
All right Jerry Kaplan -- technology editor at foxnews.com you can of course going to foxnews.com season tire run down of the FaceBook.
Not the -- not the FaceBook phone amateur wanna call it because I really FaceBook phone -- -- FaceBook kind of phone.
The FaceBook home on your phone Jeremy we'll have the full rundown today you can follow on foxnews.com.
And it looks interesting Jeremy we look forward it didn't check in and out when it comes out I want you back on of course talk about that -- -- gonna plethora of other things I think earlier where you.
Always all right go assorted past the hour we're gonna runaway -- for a break we come back gonna -- this -- live we're gonna show you golf club as well as a Harley jacket.
Just some of the -- -- we have for this week's show us -- stick with -- -- be right back.
Welcome back -- -- -- past the hour ten point out of course out here on the West Coast now it's time for a weekly -- segment as you know you've been following is for the last.
Almost year now -- show.
-- -- -- affordable unique things you can find a home things in my make your life better.
And they always vary from computer type stuff -- everything down to maybe a new iPhone cover that amplifies the sound.
On this week we have a couple of things when -- show -- that are that are pretty fantastic.
And the first thing where it is necessary this -- It's the air drone 2.0 from parent you've seen somebody in the stores -- seems and I'm Xavier at some of the airports the flying around.
The company -- wanted to try out we have had a chance to actually fly with the of the little like card you can put inside to get video.
But we've been able to watch the video live right here -- this thing take off right now here live on camera it's it's -- -- -- -- my iPad.
But -- a -- can see it right here.
There's that's actually the camera on the -- looking over towards Dave I push to take off button right there.
It takes off.
Now I can go up and down -- it is by moving my iPad.
As you can see.
It's pretty cool like north like this -- -- all to -- with my.
Going up right there -- my -- -- picking up.
And a flight toward -- bit.
And then when you -- -- land it going offset a governor back on their.
I had a totally figured out.
The ability to fly it perfectly I'm getting better but as you can see it got a ways to go.
And Obama's gonna landed David -- -- but you can say it goes right back down land on its own.
And there's the camera they're sitting now down next to our stage to -- an idea how cool this thing is that Eric -- we should do a few weeks ago now and able to actually fly as -- -- -- drone.
It's 299 dollars to get spotted at a art drone to dot parrot dot com so it's very cool.
To have your Honduras until the drone comments nowadays.
Yeah actually flat maybe spider neighbors I'm kidding do you like make home videos of -- have -- -- -- some pretty good aspects with that OK so from that we have the next -- -- this is really cool.
It's called -- swing tip.
It's a golf swing analyzer and it's instantaneous -- clip it right on your iron for in this case is my six iron about in this morning to work.
We -- -- right on there as you would you know any other thing to cook on here you have to look at something else on your club.
It really doesn't provide that much weighs very very light you can hardly even feel it -- -- you know it's there's 'cause you see it what's great about this thing is allows the -- review.
It -- a swing path -- speed find about the sweet spot your face angle you're swing tempo for me I know I swing the club entirely too hard.
So the whole idea where my face is on the scene in my club speed in my swing tempo.
That I -- golfer that you know mid to upper ninety's but I would love to be able to get into the matter up upper eighties the few -- -- -- play here.
And this is something it's out there right now on the market again it's called the swing tip it's a 12999.
As golf accessories go not bad and now so far so good and has its own app to -- you can follow on your phone so it's really cool to keep everything right in front of you.
Couple quick things -- the Brawley umbrella this is 1995 what's great about this umbrellas we get in the spring and in the spring showers is not normal umbrella.
But the way to put your fingers and you can still actually text on your phone.
That's the idea with the Brawley -- 1995 you still text and walk in the rain especially if you're in new York -- -- to worry about fumbling with the umbrella stays nice and tight.
To a quick pace for the air bugs where they go the right here under the umbrella.
These are great is that little clip bonds are only nineteen S are either.
The year budget lost and they're 1495.
These clip on your ear of phones when you're running -- for example down the street elect sound and -- in.
Are you don't want -- is cancer when you're running or jogging for example there from -- buds again -- their 1495.
And a popular -- not as much packet it is cool Harley-Davidson has -- think all the freedom jacket.
It started with the guys in charge of their the exact title and pull -- up for years.
If it was into -- was riding his motorcycle across Tibet basically.
And it was rejected it really had a name originally in fact it was just an idea he was wearing it and it came became more the -- name's mark cons retreat Harley-Davidson's chief marketing officer.
Any war this -- one similar to this across Tibet 2000 mile motorcycle right call the green jacket it's now being wrote wonders of what is being written all over the country.
In honor of and for that not all over the world.
For Harley-Davidson's 110 anniversary this this year.
They have jackets like these you can find at the store the really cool basin is allowed to show you guys -- -- -- back to him but -- kind of shows yet.
Literally -- activists of this kind of cool when -- -- the exact replica of the jackets being written.
Around the world again the freedom jacket up in honor of Harley-Davidson's 110 year anniversary.
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