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The Markel family ventured out on a Xmas tree hunt last weekend. How did that work out? Listen in and find out. Here is a hint, the Professor did indeed remember to take a saw but forgot one critical item.

During our Fighting Fitness segment from SWAT Fuel, Jarrad will continue with his tails from the road. Should you spot for strangers in the gym? If so, what kind of communication needs to take place.

Also, during our Brownells Bullet Points segment, we will consider a very valuable but often overlooked piece of survival gear. We field tested an item from the Brownells Emergency & Survival Gear section.


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From www.ligonier.org:

The X in Christmas is used like the R in R.C. My given name at birth was Robert Charles, although before I was even taken home from the hospital my parents called me by my initials, R.C., and nobody seems to be too scandalized by that.

X can mean so many things. For example, when we want to denote an unknown quantity, we use the symbol X. It can refer to an obscene level of films, something that is X-rated. People seem to express chagrin about seeing Christ’s name dropped and replaced by this symbol for an unknown quantity X. Every year you see the signs and the bumper stickers saying, “Put Christ back into Christmas” as a response to this substitution of the letter X for the name of Christ.

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