35 Burst results for "A Month Later"

Past Insurrectionists Were Not Punished Compared to January 6th Protestors

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 5 hrs ago

Past Insurrectionists Were Not Punished Compared to January 6th Protestors

"There are other people who We're very violent attack the capital building and And they got pardons. And we've been through that before. No such thing happened at the Capitol building this time. There was no explosion. The only shooting was the killing of the protester by Capitol police officer People have not been charged with Weapons violations in the building. Have a group in 1954, Puerto Rican separatists got into the house floor and opened fire with handguns. Five members of the house were wounded in the attack. Wow. And so I thought I'd point all this out. It must be a diversion. It's called history. It's called context. Nobody excuses people who broke into the Capitol building. The problem we have is the lack of equal justice. May I call it equity? So we actually have people who assaulted Police officers burned buildings. Attacked federal law enforcement and a federal courthouse for three months in a row. For which there were almost no consequences. That's the biggest problem. Don't know how many of them were put in solitary confinement for months. Do you? I don't know how many of them were charged with trespassing. Do you?

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Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 7 hrs ago

Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Exeter man has been sentenced to forty five months in prison for leaking drone information a former Air Force intelligence analyst and later defense contractor was sentenced to forty five months in prison Tuesday for leaking a dozen secret and top secret documents on U. S. drone strikes to a reporter in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen thirty three year old Daniel Hale accepted responsibility for his actions but he told a federal judge he felt compelled to leak the information out of guilt over his own participation in the program that he believed indiscriminately killed civilians in Afghanistan prosecutors said documents leaked by Hale were founded in internet compilation of material designed to help Islamic state fighters avoid detection court papers did not specify the recipient of the leaked information but details about the case made it clear the documents were given to Jeremy Scahill a reporter at the intercept might cross CO Washington

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Man Charged With Sending Threatening Emails to Dr. Fauci

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 7 hrs ago

Man Charged With Sending Threatening Emails to Dr. Fauci

"Is facing federal charges of Maryland for allegedly sending threatening emails to Dr Fauci. Thomas Connolly is accused of sending a series of emails over a seven month period threatening to kill Dr Fauci to the emails sent to his account include the subject line. Hope You Get a Bullet in your Compromise Satanic Skull today, another threatened his family, saying they would be dragged into the street. And threatened to be beaten to death and set on fire. The 56 year old Connolly allegedly sent the messages using an acrylic encrypted email

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Read, Reach out, and Act in Moments Like the Upcoming 2022 Election

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 7 hrs ago

Read, Reach out, and Act in Moments Like the Upcoming 2022 Election

"Let me tell you something. I think I've done so far. I mean, scores of interviews. With so many wonderful people. Wonderful people on Fox. Wonderful people and Talk radio. Wonderful people. In various Mhm. Websites. Bloggers, news organizations. That's fantastic. And after a while, you get worn out. But then I think about you, I think about the future of the country and I get my second win. This has been a long process. Took me 16 months to ride it. We've been talking about it for three months. Now it's finally out. Now we need to galvanize and now I believe we are The only thing I would ask is those of you who are listening to me. Because there are many millions of you listening to this show and listening to my podcast. In so many different platforms and so forth. Please join us. We need you. Please join us. All you have to do is read. All you have to do is reach out. All you have to do is a few steps a few things here and there. Whatever you're comfortable with. Believe what we are going to. But we are going to create here is An army of activists. In an army of leaders today and for tomorrow. I believe the consequences of you. This movement will be felt in the 2022 election like people cannot imagine Lindsey Graham's finally picked up on it. I think you heard me mention it on

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U.S. Durable-Goods Orders Advanced in June

All Things Considered

00:16 sec | 7 hrs ago

U.S. Durable-Goods Orders Advanced in June

"We got durable goods numbers from the Commerce Department Day up 8/10 percent last month. Durable goods. Things made the last three years or more Consumer goods. Yes, definitely washing machines, for instance, but also machinery and electronics used in

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Blinken Decries Swastika Vandalism in State Dept Elevator

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 hrs ago

Blinken Decries Swastika Vandalism in State Dept Elevator

"Secretary of state Antony Blinken is condemning an incident in which a swastika was carved into an elevator wall at the state department's main headquarters the swastika has been removed and how it got there is being investigated blinking is the step son of a Holocaust survivor who was raised in the Jewish tradition in a message sent to all department employees he said the vandalism is a painful reminder anti semitism remains an issue and it has no place in the United States at the state department or anywhere else and Americans must be relentless in standing up and rejecting it last month in Berlin blank and and his German counterpart and not your rated a new U. S. Germany Holocaust dialogue aimed at ensuring the lessons of the **** era are not forgotten it Donahue Washington

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CDC Expected to Backpedal on Some Masking Guidelines

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 14 hrs ago

CDC Expected to Backpedal on Some Masking Guidelines

"The CDC is expected to back pedal on its masking guidelines two and a half months ago the agency eased its guidance for fully vaccinated people in most indoor settings you can show your mass but today director Richelle Beletsky CDC is expected to announce the fully vaccinated put the mask back on indoors in parts of the nation where the corona viruses surging due to the delta variants a federal official says the new guidance will come this afternoon several cities and towns have already restored their own indoor masking rules Sager mag ani at the White House

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US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 14 hrs ago

US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

"Home prices in the U. S. post their biggest increase in seventeen years a surging demand for housing push home prices in may up seventeen percent from a year earlier the biggest increase since August two thousand four that follows a fifteen percent increase in April the supply of homes has been limited with many Americans reluctant to put their properties on the market the hottest markets in may were Phoenix where prices surged nearly twenty six percent from twelve months earlier San Diego up almost twenty five percent in Seattle up twenty three percent from last year my camp in Washington

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Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings Suspect to Plead Guilty to Cherokee County Charges

The Boxer Show

00:12 sec | 17 hrs ago

Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings Suspect to Plead Guilty to Cherokee County Charges

"This morning. In the case of Three spot shootings in the Atlanta area. Robert Long's accused of gunning down eight people in March, he said to plead guilty to four killings in Cherokee County. He'll be arraigned in the other county next month State two

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What Is an Unexpected Calling

The Call with Nancy Sabato

02:10 min | 18 hrs ago

What Is an Unexpected Calling

"Sewer back with melanie red. And she's talking about her calling. And you're calling and what you're doing and melanie you've had a calling on your life in many different ministries and just recently. You've become a health coach with your husband randy. Let's talk about that okay. Well i'll tell you this. Nancy people ask me. How will i tell them. I just get up every morning. I henry black abbey who wrote experiencing god. He said he gets up every day and he says god. What are we doing today. And he wants to live on mission in an adventure with god and so. That's kind of how we see our labs is we're just everyday is an adventure with him. This time. Last year my husband was having some heart issues and he had to have three cents put in his heart. Doctor said if he does not lose weight. I'm going to be cracking him. Open and it scared us and so we started this health journey where we said we gotta lose weight. We've live differently. Not just change a little bit or changed for a couple of months. We need to change our laps and so we went on an adventure. And we've lost together. He's lost about fifty pounds. I lost over thirty and We just changed the way we live. We eat to live. we don't live to eight. We're more active. We feel better. Were taking better care of ourselves because we feel like we wanna live are however many more years god gives us healthy and feeling good and not in a doctor's office is so that's kind of how that came about and then other people started saying what are you doing and so. It's been a lot of fun nancy. Because i didn't set out to do it but we've been able to help over fifty people start to lose weight and feel better so that's really great. That's fine but we were just kind of doing arab thing living life and got added this to our plate. Yeah it's like it's his own ministry you know and that's an even though you start out with what you think you're supposed to be doing. You may end up. God may end up putting you in so many different ways using you in so many different ways right to say i tell my kids that my kids are in their twenties and they're kind of figuring out their futures in their careers i saw. I think it was. Gary banner check said the other day. You don't have to decide what you're doing for the rest of your life. You just have to decide what to do tomorrow.

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Co-Founders of Hivemind CRM Discuss The Future of Marketing and Lead Generation

REI Branded podcast

01:47 min | 20 hrs ago

Co-Founders of Hivemind CRM Discuss The Future of Marketing and Lead Generation

"Anthony you you've been in lead generation for fifteen years How do you see. Have you seen things kind of progressed. And what are the advantages. Now of technology brings you didn't see perhaps fifteen years ago. I think now more than anything is i mean. Think generation in marketing has been the same right whether that's on facebook or google. Any of the the big ones continues to be the same. The cost is going up as a market becomes more saturated so This thing in five or ten years. It's going to be more competitive. Ads are going to be more expensive to run a group on facebook right so with that being said we had to think of a way so that you know in twenty years maybe your marketing costs might not be might be efficient to run these types of ads anymore. How can we make something like this. Eternal with. i've heard these gurus right on these clubhouse in these other types of apps where they get on they'll say hey you know. My marketing budget is a hundred thousand dollars a month or two hundred thousand dollars a month for marketing for them to be able to sustain the real estate company with a hive. Mind of the bigger. Your team gets right because you affiliate program where you add people. Crm and we pay you monthly for it so the big team that you get a and you teach them to do exactly what we're doing and we can teach them as well. Your marketing costs actually go down day by day. So right now i mean. I'm about ready to turn all of my marketing efforts for my own personal self. Just run ads for my team members. Now so not only is my marketing cost plummeting. It's going down to zero. So now i'll be doing jamie deals. Fifty fifty deals with more and more people as time goes on so the more deals that i'm doing. A marketing costs are not going up. They've actually flatlined two zero. So that's kind of where we're headed From where we were to where we're headed now. So without the hive mind just more expensive to do marketing.

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Decision-Making in COVID Family Life with Professor Emily Oster

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

02:36 min | 21 hrs ago

Decision-Making in COVID Family Life with Professor Emily Oster

"Was part period of time when everything was very very black and white and it felt like even discussing thinking about risks and actually calculating in thinking about why we're making different decisions was almost like frowned upon so i felt like your newsletter was one of the first places where i was like. Actually let's do some math and think about how are decisions in this context which is wildly different but headache compare to decisions. We've made at other times. Could you talk a little bit more about that. Visiting grandparents posed in kind of the thought process that went through gauging risk. And how you explain risk to people and maybe a little bit about the response. Sure so at that time. I think this was kind of we. Were coming out of these first stage of like everybody is like down. Everyone's in their house and starting to ask these questions about okay my kids daycare's reopening or you know now it's can. I see my parents in two months three months. Like can i see them or they're safe ways to do that big. You're exactly right that people had initially was sort of like there's totally black and white like don't do anything. Don't leave your. Don't leave your house but there became a point. Where at least people started thinking about not doing that and i think a lot of people felt very trapped in the question of how to think about this in the new world and so kind of what i tried to do was both give people a little data and give them a framework to think about that which started with the idea of just being very explicit. About what the question was that they were asking and in a sense of. Oh that is really obvious. I think that it was the piece that people it was a piece that was missing for a lot of people so telling people look what you wanna do is ask you know. Should i see my parents or not. But should i see my parents now or in two weeks or now or in six months or now or not until the vaccine. And i think that kind of idea that you really need to think about what. The alternatives are the concrete alternatives are. I think was already somewhat helpful because sometimes people say well you know what like. I'm actually it's not like i'm not willing to wait until there's a vaccine like i cannot imagine doing that and so then it totally changes how. I'm going to think about this choice. When i know no matter when i see them there's going to be some risk and so the question is then. How do we mitigate the rest counter we evaluate the size of the risks and then he spent a lot of time talking to people about. Okay what exactly. Can you do to make these risks smaller. What's the value of testing. What's the value of quarantine. How do we think about those. And then how big are they relative to some other risks that you undertake every day

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Tokyo Hits Record 2,848 Virus Cases Days After Games Begin

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 21 hrs ago

Tokyo Hits Record 2,848 Virus Cases Days After Games Begin

"Tokyo has reported its highest daily number of new coronavirus infections just days off to the Olympics began the Japanese capital counts two thousand eight hundred forty eight you could nineteen cases exceeding the earlier record of two thousand five hundred twenty cases from January seventh he brings Tokyo's total to more than two hundred thousand since the pandemic began last year Tokyo's under its fourth state of emergency that will last through the Olympics and into the Paralympics next month experts have warned the more contagious delta variant could cause a surge during the games which started last Friday I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Amazon Alexa Gets New Voices, Including Actors Melissa Mccarthy and Samuel L. Jackson

Talking Tech

01:56 min | 23 hrs ago

Amazon Alexa Gets New Voices, Including Actors Melissa Mccarthy and Samuel L. Jackson

"This month. Alexa is going to sound a little bit. Different on july fifteenth the tech giant rolled out an update to its digital voice assistant to include a second voice option. As you know amazon's assistant typically has like a feminine sounding voice with this update. You can change that to a more masculine voice setting this all up his quite simple. You just say the assistant's name followed by quote. Change your voice and quote but that's not all there's an additional wake word you can use in place of alexa. That new word is ziggy Basically it works the same way instead of saying the primary name of amazon's digital assistant You can say ziggy instead. If you're a fan of gigi and you've never tried to swap out the wake word and you kind of want to try it out. Anyway you have some other choices to You can use amazon. You can use echo or you can use computer And the way to do this is really simple. Just like with the change. Your voice option. You can make a query to the assistant and say change the wake word to whatever you want Another way to do this too is open up the app for the voice assistant go to the menu. Select your settings than device settings. Then you go to the device that you want to update with this new wake word and then you choose the when you want and that's it now if you don't want either of these options for voices you can actually add a little bit of celebrity flare After introducing an option awhile. Back to add actor. Samuel jackson's voice to queries amazon is much similar offerings featuring actress melissa mccarthy an nba legend shaquille. O'neal so the way it works is you kind of ask them directly as you would amazon's digital assistance. You might say hey shack. Tell me about the weather. Hey samuel Tell me about the news today. And it works exactly the same way and they will read everything in

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As U.S. Withdraws, Civilian Casualties In Afghanistan Reach A Record High

John Batchelor

01:06 min | 1 d ago

As U.S. Withdraws, Civilian Casualties In Afghanistan Reach A Record High

"An explanation for what we're witnessing across the vast landscape of the Omar in the contest with the jihadists. At the same time, we're focusing on the battlefield of Afghanistan. The end of the U. S and NATO commitment to military affairs. Caveat Caveat. In Afghanistan, However, we have to cite what is apparent is that the collapse is leading to one. Casualties among the civilians. The U. N is reporting. Civilian casualties in Afghanistan reached record levels in the first half of 2021, the United Nations warned, noting that deaths and injuries spite markedly from May when the United States and its allies began withdrawing troops. Some 5183 casualties were recorded in the first six months of the year. The number of deaths and injuries recorded during May and June alone was 2300 and 92. Almost as high as the total for the preceding four months. Bill, I turn to the

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Another Lake in the Western U.S. Drops to Record-Low Water Levels

The Guy Benson Show

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Another Lake in the Western U.S. Drops to Record-Low Water Levels

"News side effect of the historic drought and heat in the West. The water levels of the Great Salt Lake have hit a historic low Saturday, the U. S Geological Survey announced. Daily Water levels dropped about an inch below the previous record set in 1963. The record comes months earlier than when the lake typically hits its lowest

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Department of Veterans Affairs Requiring All Medical Staff to Get Vaccinated

Buck Sexton

00:14 sec | 1 d ago

Department of Veterans Affairs Requiring All Medical Staff to Get Vaccinated

"Medical and healthcare organizations have issued a call through the American Medical Association for Healthcare Facilities. Require workers to get vaccinated Just months after the announcement of a total troop drawn down in Afghanistan. The commander in chief makes a

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Are Amazon Rumors Behind Bitcoins Biggest Surge in Months?

The Breakdown with NLW

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Are Amazon Rumors Behind Bitcoins Biggest Surge in Months?

"Bitcoin had an absolutely ripping weekend moving from the thirty two thousand. We saw entering the weekend all the way up to thirty nine thousand as i record. It's off just a little from that at around. Thirty eight thousand five hundred or so but still up about twelve percent in the last twenty four hours basically everything. Besides bitcoin is up as well. So the question of today's show is of course what's behind the surge now usually price action. I don't think would be worth an entire show. However in today's context i think it is for a couple reasons. I is that it actually reveals at least says a lot about some of the ways that different forces interact with one another to create price action and crypto markets that i think is a good reminder especially as we get locked into one narrative explanation or another. The second reason is that it's been kind of bleak for a little while so let us enjoy our one day of face ripping volatility the upside discussion. Okay all right so four possible answers. I've seen on crypto twitter about why bitcoin is having its biggest surge in a couple of months. The four possible answers. I've seen are an amazon by rumor. A teenage soothsayer astrology in a short squeeze. So let's go through these amazon by rumor. This is sort of a weird combination of a real thing and a rumor. The real thing happened at the end of last week amazon posted. A job listing on its job site for a digital currency and blockchain product lead quote ua leverage your domain expertise in blockchain distributed ledger central bank digital currencies in crypto currency to develop the case for the capabilities which should be developed dr overall vision and product strategy and gain leadership by an investment for new capabilities. An amazon spokesperson also followed up with coin. Desk saying quote we're inspired by the innovation happening in the crypto currency space. And are exploring what this could look like on amazon. We believe the future will be built on new technologies that enable modern fast and inexpensive payments and hope to bring that future to amazon customers as soon as possible

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"a month later" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

07:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"a month later" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Guess michael. I know that's part of my frustration. Coming out no one. I said that. But i know what i did and did not do and i know that i did not leak and i looked at the fact that adam schiff and i were the only two members involved in this that a minor child of a staffer was involved in this. And you have to attorney. General's saying that they did not know about it far and sessions and so to me if you are surveilling members of congress who are critics of the president and the attorney. General is is not being briefed on it at one. That should be fireable a to. I don't really buy that. They weren't briefed on it. And so it makes me wonder. Why didn't anybody say look. This is this is wrong. This is not what we do and again i. I'm saying this from the perspective of somebody. Who knows i was innocent. I didn't do anything wrong. I i can't see any probable cause to go into my records and so if you are going into my records i think you're doing it unlawfully. And when you're doing that against the vocal critic of the president. I think there should be consequences. Congressman two quick follow ups on this one. You said that attorney general merrick garland called you about this said he. He didn't know about it. What else did he say did he. Express dismay was e surprised concerned. What did he tell you. It was very kind. He he called it actually apologize that he had not called me. You know a day or two earlier. He'd just been so overwhelmed. Landing on the job but he told me he did not know about this case until it broke in the news and that he was seeking to learn more about it and again i. I was very clear with them. I did not want to direct him in any way as to what to do or what i thought he should do. Because that would be just as wrong. I just wanted to make sure that he understood the concerns that someone who has criticized the president would have if their records are being when again. They know that there was no reason for that to happen. You told them that you hope that there would be a inspector general investigation as it turns out the inspector general. The justice department's independent watchdog. Michael horowitz announced that he is reviewing this episode. They reached out to you. Have you been questioned in this probe at all yet. Do you know anything about what they're specifically what they're looking at We'll tell us about the. I g investigation. No they have not again. I just want to make it clear that. I don't know why my records or mr shifts records were probed as somebody who knows that they did not leak. It's highly suspicious. But i'm willing to at least wait to see what. The investigation concludes But to me it. It is worthy of investigating considering. How boko mr schiff and i were of the prior administration and the prior attorneys-general but just to be clear. Is it your position that there are no circumstances under which of the justice department should subpoena the email and phone records of members of congress. Just the opposite i. I don't think i'm above the law more than anyone else is above the lot. My position is knowing that. I did not leak. I'm very curious as to how they would justify going in to my records. So that's what concerns me and again. I think you have to be extra careful when you're going into the records of lawmakers who've been critical of the president that doesn't make you immune but that certainly i think means that the attorney general you know should consider the damage you can do to institutions critics. Feel like the punishment for speaking out is that you're gonna have your records gone because i would want. I assume you would want the the car justice department to subpoena if they have grounds the records of republican members of congress who might have had interactions with some of the organizers participates in participants in january six if they have probable cost yes but not just because their opponents of the press and again. I'm saying this from the perspective of someone who knows. I did not leak so it makes it very much concerns me that my records were looked at When there's not a more likely than not scenario where i would have leaked. So i wanna take us back if i can't the first impeachment now so one of the criticisms especially that was raised by the republicans during that first impeachment was that it was baked in advance. Basically that the democrats had intended to impeach donald trump. From the minute. He was sworn into office that you were laying in wait for any sort of minor error that he might commit. That could justify impeachment thinking about that criticism. I'm wondering if the republicans take congress back in two thousand twenty two. Do you anticipate that. They will impeach joe biden. No we impeach. I can't predict what they will do. But i know that speaker pelosi laid this out in. The book was very careful to make sure that we had consensus. Among the congress. There was a call for impeachment. The second donald trump was elected from some of my colleagues in speaker. Pelosi was very careful to make sure that we only would do so if we had evidence reason to do so. Do you think that the current leadership of the republican party has that same sense of restraint that nancy pelosi did as you say in two thousand seventeen and no. I don't think kevin mccarthy has any core set of principles or integrity. That would restrain him. But i was in. I put it on the book. I was one of the i was a presidential candidate. As much of this conduct was coming out. And i was one of the last presidential candidates to call or donald trump's impeachment because again as a former prosecutor i wanted to apply the rigors of evidentiary law to this case to make sure that we actually did have the goods. If we're gonna move forward and the impeachment of donald trump won foreshadowed. What was going to come. Which was in impeachment. One he was trying to rig the election before it happened by putting dirt on his opponent and impeachment to he wasn't willing to accept the outcome of the election and was used willing to use violence instead of you know bribery to determine the outcome it and so I don't regret at all that. We impeach him if anything. I regret that we didn't do more oversight of donald trump and others. I regret that. We didn't teach bill bar and i was calling for that if you recall throughout the bar days that We should we should impeach bar before we impeach trump for what he had done with the muller report and the lies that he told the congress around the report. But don't you think given the the fervor of the republican base arguing for you know Focusing for example on on one hundred biden's business dealings and whether or not joe biden knew about them the fact that the many republicans have already filed articles of impeachment against joe biden. And what you say is kind of a lack of restraint on the part of kevin mccarthy. Don't you believe that. There's a significant chance in twenty twenty three if the republicans take over control of the house that they will begin legitimately impeachment proceedings against joe biden. Oh yes there's there's serious chance based on the dialogue and statements..

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"a month later" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

06:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"a month later" Discussed on Skullduggery

"I got his phone number. I texted him. i called him. He picked up and then hung up and then he called me back. And you know. I thought okay here. We go What what are you gonna tell me. Mark and there was silence on the other end. So i don't know if it was a missile or trying to see who i was But then we got word from his lawyer. After i had reached out a number of times that he would not honor a subpoena. He would fight us in the courts and it just felt like that was going to define any witness. Oh no reason to expect. He's going to do anything differ committee comes from. But let me ask you something else as you know. The merrick garland justice department. Recently filed in court saying it was going to represent donald trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by jean carole a woman who says donald trump raped her many years ago and then defamed her when she went public with that. There's been a lot of speculation that the same logic will hold to your lawsuit that the garland justice department will basically intervene to block your lawsuit against the former president saying he was acting as a chief executive of the united states and is therefore immune from civil suit. How concerned are you that the garland justice department is going to be your nemesis in this lawsuit. And what do you make of them representing trump in the defamation case brought by jean cow. I think it's wrong. In the carroll case and if they were to represent donald trump or mo brooks or anyone else in my case i think they might as well just say that we would represent any president in any case that they're soon whether it's a homicide case or whether it's the argument would be that. The president was acting as part of his official duties as pressure. And the i understand the argument. Michael guy i submit that when you hold a rally or your presidential campaign and you say you have to fight like hell and you don't have a country anymore and you tell the mob that you're going to go with them. The bob goes. You are so far outside the boundaries of your official duties. As i said this was done completely on the campaign. He was sending. You know the emails that invited the mob on the campaign side. So i think this is well outside the bounds of being president in eugene carroll case again just because he was at an official press conference he was being asked about his personal private pre-presidential presidential conduct. He can just decline to answer the question. And say i'll talk to you about that. It's not appropriate here but instead he smeared a sexual assault victim. I think once he does that you know key. His personal private conduct of predominates any privileges that he should have as president so i. I hope the department doesn't do that. There has to be boundaries. For what's an official and what's not protected. Type ask you something else. About the justice department you were as amply reported Recently informed that the justice department under bill barr had gotten your phone phone records and e mail records as part of a leak investigation. You're quite outraged about that. But there's very little we know at this point about what was going on inside the justice department. What these leak investigations were who approve them. Where they targeting you or were they targeting others and then you're communications got swept up in the targeting of others. I know you've asked for information from the garland justice department about this. What do you now understand the answers to those questions. What were the leak investigations. Who approve them. And who was being targeted michael. You remember this era because you were a dog reporter trying to get to the bottom of what was going on with russia. I wanted affirmatively. Say i did not have not incense will not leak classified information as so. I never did that. i understand. It's reporter's job to get to the bottom of the. But i did not do that In what concerns me. Is that the two people whose communications were sought and received or myself. And mr schiff. I think were the most vocal critics of the president at the time. Which is why it's important. That attorney general garland has an inspector general investigation and that the judiciary committee also conduct no supplemental investigation. The attorney general assured me. He called me a told me it was the first i had heard of it in the he was going to get to the bottom of it himself so i don't have many answers right now but it's hard for me to accept any other reporting that i've seen out there that we would just collaterally a part of a leak investigation. That involved a staffer win again. The two people whose records were obtained as far as we know where the most vocal critics that just to me. But you don't know what they were invest. No i don't write you called on just one question in this after this came out. You said anybody involved in this at the justice department should be fired now. You know how these things work there were career prosecutors who filed these subpoenas went into court to defend them argued that they should be kept under a gag order. They may have been operating under strict instructions from bill bar and do really want to do it but they were forced to do it or they may have thought they were legitimately doing an investigation under justice department guidelines to pursue a leak. Was it really appropriate to say absent. You having answers to any of these questions. That career people civil servants at the justice department should be fired. When you don't even really know who is involved in. What exactly they.

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"a month later" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

06:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"a month later" Discussed on Skullduggery

"But how do we make sure it does not happen again in. Also it was frustrating. Michael during the impeachment trial we had the pressure coming down on us of a senate that understandably had to confirm joe biden's cabinet and his appointees and so there were constraints on us in that regard. There was the recognition that if donald trump in others refuse to testify at the senate trial we would spend years in court. Litigating those subpoenas in. I'm liberated from that in my lawsuit. I don't have those time constraints and time pressure and really in my pursuit of accountability. I'm not limited by that to get the truth by the way. What is the judgment that you're asking for here. I mean are you asking for like a sort of a one dollar judgement. Just symbolically make the point that this is about accountability. Or are you asking for some other kind of remedy. But we're not that state yet. Certainly we alleged the different torts of intentional infliction of emotional distress as well as impeding me from doing my duty and certainly that is one of the prayers for relief as they call them. There could be an injunction. There could be a financial penalty. It's certainly for me is mostly about accountability. And i'll let our loyal our legal team and the judges sort out where that ends up but right now it's really primarily about accountability and if you're tracking where are we right now. Each side is responding to the other side's filings around the motion to dismiss and that seems to be one of the biggest hurdles that we have to clear is to survive. They're motion to dismiss. And then you would go into the discovery process which is essentially you know us seeking evidence in the case seeking depositions from the parties to understand their complete ole. Let me just follow up. Because he's you said something interesting and it's also mentioned in your in your book. Which is the the incredible difficulty that congress has an institution has in getting discovery and in getting information. And your book. You mentioned an incident where a news organization filing a foia request got better access to data than congress. Did you just mentioned in your lawsuit. You're doing it because as as an individual congressperson just as an individual suing you have a better chance of discovery than congress does. I mean it really points out that congress's almost you know enfeebled as an independent investigative organization or entity nowadays is there. Is that a first of all. Do you concur with that kind of assessment of congress's role and is congress doing anything to change. That state reforms are needed. An atom shifts protect our democracy. Act that would essentially create a fast track. Four congressional subpoenas so you cannot don mcgann congress where you know in the spring of two thousand nineteen. The miller report comes out. Judiciary committee seized on mcgann as the central figure. Call him in to testify and it was just about a month ago that we actually were able to get him when all the way up to the supreme court before we were able to negotiate with the department of justice around his testimony. And and that's just wrong that you know when you have abuses of power that are alleged and people are able to just run out the clock. That congress isn't able to conduct its oversight authority that so yes that reform i think is needed also. No i did not file my lawsuit. Because i couldn't get we couldn't get information in the senate under saying because i'm seeking accountability. A benefit collateral benefit of. That is that i believe we will have better than congress did. In seeking discovery. Victoria was asking the kind of process question. About how you get the information but tell us about the information the evidence that you are seeking both in your own lawsuit and having been deeply involved in the impeachment investigation and then having been one of the managers in the senate trial. What is the key evidence. The key information that you're seeking that the american people still need to know about january sixth so sparingly there are a lot of gaps around what was donald trump doing the day of the attack it was. We saw the footage of the insurrection. Tailgate where they're all in the tent watching the footage of the mob moving from the ellipse up to the capital. But you know what was. Donald trump being told by national security and law enforcement officials. What decision points was he. Making regarding sending a what was he told in of course in the days before you know as these questions about should the national guard be dispatched foot limitation. Should they have had and then of course in the weeks before because we know for many many weeks. The trump campaign spent fifty million dollars on. Stop the steel. you know email and digital ads. How much direction was given by donald trump. Because he sent that to am tweets in mid december saying january. Six will be wild. And then there was just this barrage of tweets afterward. So what foreknowledge. Did he have about. Who was going to be there in. Why did he believe it was going to be so wild so we might think that you know that the january six committee that was just created would be a key player in figuring these sort of things out. But at as you've just noted congress's pretty toothless in terms of its ability to pursue subpoenas to be mcgann and if the shift and so. How much can we really expect. This january six committee to be able to uncover given how how handcuffed congresses. At getting information. I will say that they will be a little less tam cuff because now they will be subpoenaing. People who are no longer in office and so some of the protections they had don't exist any further but that doesn't mean they won't let a gate them and it will still take time. Because no i don't think anyone expects donald trump is just gonna walk in on his own accord. I don't think anyone expects that. I pointed out mark short in the book. You know we had a good lead. That marked short wanted to talk. He was mike pence at the capitol that day in sources. Were telling me and others that if you can get short end once you can call witnesses. He would be a good witness to give penn state of mind. Donald.

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"a month later" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

A Tone Meant For Me

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"a month later" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

"Oh dismiss him because it was too hard to talk about too hard to think about. It wasn't something that i wanted to face.

"a month later" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

A Tone Meant For Me

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"a month later" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

"Him because he was that bridge. The person that i was on the one. Who's on a when. I was invisible. He's gone of a new house. And i can't to him or call him. Every time i phone goes off. I'm still looking for him..

"a month later" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

A Tone Meant For Me

02:37 min | 8 months ago

"a month later" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

"Atonement for me episode. Twenty the death of my best friend. Six months later Hey magical misfits it's cayden. Iv and. welcome to atonement for me. It's december how is it december already. This year i can't even begin to describe how oddly time has passed this year. 'cause this week would have been multi. Best friend's birthday had. He not died six months ago. And it's such a weird thing to say out loud because it still hurts has if it was yesterday but it feels like it was years ago.

"a month later" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"a month later" Discussed on Every Little Thing

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"a month later" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"a month later" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"You are awesome. You are beautiful person. Also math person or the l. Are more of you. What about the other side of the coin. Have you seen any bad behavior around masks or anything else I've only seen one person losing at about heavy to wear masks. It was in jersey at a arrest area. They have Starbucks and all kinds of stuff you know they are and I've stopped to give me a cup of coffee in this guy was at chick fillet lose as ever lovin just on. This woman was behind the counter. He wants his chicken sandwich. Bob woman she didn't deserve it but she had this look on her face. Like i don't give a damn what you say on your master walk away and.

"a month later" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

Shayne and I Show

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

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"a month later" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

Shayne and I Show

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

"I think I think in Most states probably but but I mean good for him. It's never too late to make a right and like run as a write-in candidate, right? Because I think we're Sandbar did that a few years ago or religious for governor, California? I don't know. I don't wasn't. You know what she was actually on a ballot. I think. Yeah. I don't know if it was for president or if it was for I think was for president wage. Yeah, and and her thing was the only real comedian running for president, right? That was her like campaigns like yeah. Yeah. I remember that. I thought it was for governor. I think she may Governor kids. I mean, mean that respect when I not run 4 guns that was back when I was running for governor Rhodes and it was somebody else there was like always actors and a pornstar somewhere in their lives. There was a pornstar room off. Yeah, why not? Well, I mean they're actors too. Yeah. So Kanye going crazy. He tweeted did you see all the stuff? He tweeted know you don't go on Twitter? I don't know Twitter. I don't feed it. All this stuff about his wife like he tweeted he tweeted about home movie get out with about him. Oh my God, this guy. Just fucking guy got Kanye Kanye. Give I don't have I just like, you know every now it's going to get better. Right? Yeah, cuz cuz cuz a couple of about four or five days ago the beams. The beads beaver beaver the beaver. All right goes to Wyoming cuz Kanye has been in Wyoming mountains. Yeah meeting all this crazy stuff and doing all this crazy stuff like you went to the hospital and then he came out of the hospital. You went to the hospital on his four-wheeler. Some always had. Let me tell you something if you're going to go somewhere to be batshit-crazy Wyoming with without having to do harm to other people go to the middle of nowhere in Wyoming. Yeah, right Big Ass Ranch. Yeah. Just going crazy. Yeah. I mean, I think he's going crazy. I don't know what other people think that's what I like. And I mean at least at least he's like he picked he picked the right spot to do it. Yeah, so Bieber and Chappell going to see him but it would be birth that got him to apologize to his wife for all the stuff that he said. Yeah about his wife. I don't care how great you think are. You don't fucking trash talk your wife on Twitter. Yeah. Yeah. There's a girl. Will be earlier must get into. Who the guy the Tesla guy? Oh, he'll on musk Elon. Yeah Elliot heat rash. His wife on I think Twitter or Joe Rogan one of the two. I can't remember if you'd like and his wife was just like dude. I've done. Yeah, for real. Yeah, but old Kim is standing by her man. Well, you know good for him good for her what but you know, I'm Kim is used to the whole fucked-up family Dynamic, right? No, not that I'm judging right? Not that I'm judging right but you know, she's used to fucked-up family Dynamic public garage and you met her family. I mean, yeah Dad's no longer your dad technically mean. What do you call? What do you what what do you call wrong with that still be bad parents parent? I still the person that raised you right that's all a whole other that's a whole other thing there and I don't really know. So, yeah, it's kind of an interesting. It's kind of an interesting deal with him. I wonder if you like he actually had presidential campaigns like he had didn't campaign speeches. Did he really? Yeah yelled Rally's did he really young like two of them in Wyoming? Yeah. No. No, neither one of them. I can't remember where they were when he talked about some he talked about the whole thing that got the Twitter thing started with that. He talked about all this personal stuff that happened in his life and about Kim and all this other stuff happened in life nine for the whole that's when all the Twitter rains happen and everybody was like the economy is going crazy. Yeah, I don't care who you are. Don't fucking air your grievances on Twitter. Yeah. That's another reason why Twitter is an email thing. Yeah, and I'm really like Twitter. I don't like getting canceled like any of that bucket like who you know what really confuses me about Twitter page. It's not. All right, what confuses me is not that people post shit on Twitter incessantly, it's not that people post. Should they shouldn't should post on Twitter or confuses me about Twitter is that millions or possibly billions of people regularly log in to see what these people have to say about 30 characters or less. Yeah. Like I've never understood the who the fuck wants to do that apparently everybody in America. Yeah. Okay. I mean there's some people that are there's I mean, it's just weird to me cuz there's like people that are good deals on Twitter, but they're not really big deals if you know what I mean, like they're big on Twitter like like like I am Who am I thinking of? Shaun King, I don't know who that is. Anyway, he's a big Twitter guy. Like he's he's tweets always get retweeted. And he's just Twitter famous. Yeah, who was like house like, I mean unless you're a fucking Haiku poet. How do you get Twitter famous between stuff that that people find find to be the truth or there or someone in the middle of their true thoughts and they can relate to it somehow. I mean I can see if it's if if what you do is you Tweet shit that makes angry people feel angrier. Yeah. Yeah, that's kind of old guy does okay and he's written a couple of bugs. He's like, I think he's like a political analyst or something. I don't know but if if he's a big deal on Twitter, he's not a political analyst. He's a fucking anger month. Yeah. He's either a haiku poet or an anger Monger e or or a short form comedian. Yeah, but see even comedians on Twitter. They're still funny. I sub. You know, they're not as funny as they think are right there. Some of them in are actually pretty good but that goes they did cuz there's like there's like Twitter famous, right? And then there's like YouTube famous where there's like a weird shit on YouTube, but you can be famous for our YouTube, right? There's like family YouTube frogs, you know what? I mean? I know I just tortured you and made you watch some of them but let me the Family Video the family Vlogs on YouTube or like the weirdest things in the world. It is just so strange to me that you would put a camera on your family and videotape your family Lego blog and your kids act like idiots. I mean, I feel like it's just something you do if you're okay. All right, I'm going to go on a rant here first, you know, if I offended me please forgive me, but if you think that your family were your kids act like idiots and you love each other or whatever. Oh and you know, you could be goofy in the same room that if you think your family is so fucking special that you should video tape it said video. Yeah, but that you should fucking record it and then post it on YouTube for all.

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"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

Rough Translation

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

"Weeks later after Jackie has gotten the okay to go back to her job as a nurse. I give her a call. I can mostly fit into my scrubs. My work scripts. Jackie says she's done a lot of thinking about pre ECLAMPSIA and that her doctors say she likely got it from the baby. She agreed to carry and give birth to. She was always interested in the medical adventure that service he would take her on and now she's read a pile of studies about how the father's genes may be a factor in pre ECLAMPSIA. And they used a term that I don't like at all called the dangerous father effect that puts all of the blame on a person who has no control. Several people have asked me. If you had to do this over again. Would you do it? And so my answer is yes and no. If I had known that I would have been a high risk for complications. I would not do it again. She says she'd risk her health for her family. Not for a stranger but since she did take that risk for Jesse something has changed between them Jesse and her baby had to stay in Oregon for weeks longer than she'd planned because it took that long to get her son is American passport and do all the paperwork necessary to go to China. She and her mother rented an apartment and with Jackie pumping breast milk everyday. Jesse came regularly to see her. Pick it up. Jackie got to hold the baby a lot more than the two hours that was in the contract more than she even wanted to. She didn't want to intrude. I usually only hold him for. Maybe like two to five minutes at a time in the night given back to Jesse it was actually the moments with Jesse and her mom that Jackie says she savored. Most Jesse's mother kept telling Jackie she's pretty whence at the hospital. She started playing with Jackie's hair. And it was Jesse who beckoned. Jackie into a photo with her mom and the baby. She called Jackie something in Chinese which the medical interpreter translated as the most important person. Justice translation is security guard. Just as dad thinks it's more like Guardian Angel and the Dictionary Translation is benefactor. She wants me to come to China and visit her family. She does really does. Yeah so I'M GONNA try to go within a year. I really wasn't expecting that. I know I know the way she raises. It is welcome to China when we use the chat APP. That's how it translates. Welcome to China. Hey It's Gregory back in the present day. That is where we left things when this story first aired in two thousand. Seventeen Jackie feeling welcomed into this new family. She couldn't wait to visit China of course before she could even think of visiting Jesse. She just wanted to go back home. Get her life back. And that's when she realized she couldn't do anything that she used to do she couldn't exercise she couldn't drive. The elevated blood pressure would get so severe that sometimes I would see flashing reading green lights the Pre ECLAMPSIA. It hadn't gone away when the baby was born and for me stress was also a trigger so it was really difficult to explain so my then sixty seven year old. You have to have good behavior. He did not get that he was not on board with that so my husband would have to like take him out to the park and things so that was kind of sad. I missed out on some time playing with him to even in these times when she had to kind of isolate herself from her own family. She did not regret her decision to help. Jesse have a family for own and after a month she could resume her old life again and actually so much more. So it's like yeah I'm alive I'M GONNA go out and do healthy stuff and get fit inspired by all of the Chinese dramas. She'd watch during the surrogacy to help the baby learn his native tongue. Jackie signed up for martial arts classes. She takes them with her son. And with the money from the surrogacy she was able to take time off work and complete her masters degree. Start a new job as a home health nurse after months of a complicated pregnancy and then a confining diagnosis. She suddenly had more resources and more clarity to pursue the life she wanted. Meanwhile in China Eagle and Jesse's life looked very different. Our producer Jess Jiang is interpreted Milton model ship before I became a Mom. I really wanted to become a mother and now that I've become one it's happy but let's just. There's this phrase. The ground is covered with chicken feathers small. It's an expression for having a thousand mundane tasks eating up your day crowding out all your plans and expression that would speak to any new parent but for Jesse took on this whole other meaning because their city was now on lockdown even the most ordinary tasks were extra complicated and she and her two and a half year old when stuck inside she could see it wearing him down she potty trained him but he starts to regress go eagles And one morning. He wet himself. That is those four or five time. there are times when. I'm really dispirited. In the middle of all this Jesse's husband was diagnosed with cancer and as Jesse found her own joy in short supply. It was her toddler. Muffin comforting her. When I'm satis hell holds me and say no way. Mommy I love you. She found herself thinking about her friend in Seattle Her Guardian Angel. Her benefactor her security guard who had given her this child. Jackie has been on Monday center message and I still haven't heard anything back from her and I'm starting to get worried with and then she now. I have to be honest. We don't a lot.

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"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

Rough Translation

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

"Tinos Jewish. Shell shoe show. She needed when Jesse gets the message in China. She says she feels like ice. Water was thrown at her heart. The agency told her that her husband's genes may be playing his genes might have caused Jackie's pre ECLAMPSIA. We'll jump geeing. You'll dog clinic. She says she feels that. To Jackie. She will forever be sorry accepted then another even more urgent message from Jackie. She's having breathing problems. She's in the hospital. It's four weeks before the date but the doctors tell her they have to get the baby out. Now Dan Shanghai go bashes the start of a mad dash to north western Oregon. Just hear the radio producer. I'm recording this right now at the Portland Oregon airport at three in the morning Jesse in her mother leave to catch a train to Shanghai to try to get a plane to Los Angeles to San Francisco to Portland. Jesse told me her head any. I camp out in the hospital waiting room. Hey Marianne Jackie's water is broken and nine thirty am now. Jackie is the one who has to make all kinds of decisions like should she take. Pain medication the relief will help. Keep your blood pressure down but it will be a risk to the. I am pacing in the hallways like an old fashioned. Dad Can imagine how Jesse feels a train and then a plane and another plane rental car trying to get here fast enough at two in the afternoon. New Nurse on duty. She just told me that. Jackie is three centimeters dilated But she's going to get up really soon at just after PM. I received the message. I've been waiting for. I just got word from Jess who just got word from Jesse. Who's in the airport and San Francisco? That the baby has been born a Beautiful Jackie's husband videotapes. The babies I cry. He's curled up on Jackie's chest but a nurse is scrambling to shove a stethoscope. Between his name said they can listen to his heart. My Name's Lexi. I was the baby nurse that caught him and the he he was vigorous at first and then he just sort of Held breath and baby them stimulating. His back you doing come on cry for me. He won't cry. And that's when we started doing the the grunting. His lungs without effort and has color wasn't quite as pink so we went in immediately put on Oxygen Jesse. Changing planes in San Francisco receives a photo of her baby from Jacky's husband but when she asks how he is. There's no response. She says her heart is going up and down. Nessie knee ended. She's supposed to jump. Jackie stays in her hospital bed exhausted and with her. Blood pressure's still dangerously high Jesse and her mom finally arrive in Portland. They haven't slept in thirty. Six hours and gladly accept. Justice offered to drive the two hours on dark winding road to the hospital. Jesse's phone keeps buzzing with messages from friends in China congratulating. Her her husband told them she's given birth to a baby boy in the United States. Jesse still hasn't met her baby still doesn't even know how is and when they parked the car at the hospital. She runs through the parking lot. Her mom just hurrying to keep up. They all arrive at Labor and delivery. I show them the way past the front desk to wear. Jackie is the nurse comes out here and I just drew to the door in the left and the nurse. She gestures to the door on the right. And the baby's so Jackie on the left baby on the right. There are moments following journey like this one that get imprinted on your memory and for me. This was one Jesse has traveled so far and has waited so long to see this baby. The baby who has tubes in his nose to help him breathe behind the door on the right and she chooses the door on the left mother. Jackie thank you thank you. Have you seen a baby? Let's go see the baby. Just a call the nurse to get out of bed. He's beautiful he's like you. Nurse comes and helps Jackie into a wheelchair. Little Swallow Jesse looks at her. Iv and her blood pressure monitor pressure when thirty nine. So it's good. We all crowded into the little room across the hall. Jesse is pushing the IV. Jesse meets her baby for the first time he's lying on his back on a little stand knees laid out either side wearing tiny diaper and warming under a heat lamp. He's got a tube blowing air into his nose and monitors taped over his lungs and another on his wrist. And he's sleeping. Jesse everyone just stands frozen for doing really good fatal holiday. A medical interpreter will come in the morning but for now so late at night. Hour Jess Helps Jesse. Understand how different this time is from the last time. She had a beach. Hamilton Joma are the lungs completely formed. They looked good on x Ray after Jesse gets through her questions. The nurse eases the baby into her arms and for the first time he opens his eyes and looks right up at her Jesse's mother stands behind her chair hands on her shoulders on Chichi stink. This is the result of your mutual work and mutual success. How do I say thank you? Cs secure both. Jackie and Jesse. Stay in the hospital for the next few days. The baby does greet comes off that to blowing air into his nose within an hour of meeting. Mom Down the hall it takes some time to get Jackie's blood pressure down. It will look good and shoot back up again when she does anything stressful like when she left me interview her the next morning and her blood pressure machine starts sheep ing pain medicine after to take a break from it is over ninety one. Is that high right now? Should we stop talking? Yeah I should probably talk.

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"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

Rough Translation

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

"These people are trusting me. This is a huge responsibility. We take a break. Jackie scarfs a yogurt. Jesse get some tea and we come back to the couch. Jesse has one more important piece of information. She wants to tell Jackie while the interpreter is still here. She takes a deep breath and begins again. She tells us only her mom dad and husband know that she's having a baby through a surrogate outside that tight. Knit family circle. It is a secret from everyone. Make words you are the Americans. You cannot understand that if somebody knows my baby not from my own uterus. You will be really difficult for my child. Gu Normal Kid. You cannot understand how difficult you will be in China. She's told all her friends a lot. I only told them I impregnate. I am going to have a baby. And as her pretend pregnancy advances. She's telling people she's gone to the United States to have her baby like so many other Chinese mothers are doing but really she's hiding out in China's lead usual. Syntech know what I am doing. Is I rented a House? Far Away froms. I arrested unsure area. She has quit her job and she's moved to a neighborhood where she's anonymous. I lived there so woida people knowing that the Krajina see if it's true fake one. It's just Chinese society thoughts. Why don't want anybody to know that you was the one? Help me carry my baby or which adoption. I know. This is not fair to you and I know you won't feel good about that but it's possible. I won't tell my hit forever. I'm sorry I really can't keep contact with you after my chide worn. I'm so sorry it's okay I I don't I don't I mean it's it's up to you you know you're his mother. I was just hoping that maybe we could keep like a friendly relationship without mentioning the surrogacy if that's possible but even if that's not possible. I'll understand hop in your needs. Gt Hotel hitting bullying because okay. It's Joe before leaving Oregon. Jesse will try again and again to explain why she can't tell her son. Her Secrets Jewish quenching in China. People like to beat your life. They think it's caring. Would he says if someone can't have a baby and uses a surrogate they might say that person in the past life they must have done something really wrong because someone else had to have their child they might tell her son he's a bastard and then he'd come up to me and say mom they say that you didn't even have me. Why do I have to listen to you? You're not even my mother. There might be a kind of hate hate leading to bad behavior ball. Joel who which children on. Tv there are these stories of of people who retaliate against society. And it's and it's serious and it's It can happen. Don't be sorry it's it's Jackie is trying to absorb all this Jackie. Who explains in great detail to her own son? Every unusual choice that she makes and Jesse is telling us that if she tells her some the truth he might end up in jail. Suono Hides Shegal go I want my kid to be kind to people. Animals society to have a responsible heart. She says she knows. There's only a tiny chance of all these bad things happening. But she just can't risk it because I'm a matter.

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"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

Rough Translation

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Rough Translation

"Rough translation returns hey garage from NPR's how built this and each week on the show during this unprecedented crisis. I'll be asking some of the top founders. And builders how they're dealing with the economic impact of the coronal virus and hear about some of the ways they're pivoting to fight it subscriber. Listen now to how I built this. We're back with rough translation. I'm Marianne mccune. Jackie and her husband and her son Elliot pile into their car and drive two hours to the Portland Airport to meet the Chinese mother to protect the Women's privacy. We agreed to use first names only and the Chinese mom asked that. We've American named Jesse asking her. She is right now. Husband and sons in the car while she goes into find. The Chinese mother was just a picture of where she is like a big American flag and then Jackie Speier jeans and appropriately. Then Jesse looks at Jackie's big belly a big belly and everybody starts crying cheerful. These two women hardly know each other. Most of their conversations have been translated by a pool. I have A try using Google. Translate to talk to Etienne Huddle but has been with us. 'cause I imagined time long so producer just Jiang starts helping out. Her parents are immigrants from China so she was saying. I was so so emotional today. Because I've I've thought about this moment for so many years. It's my honor. Can I have another another huck? And then they go shopping. Wanted to show you some of the things that I used when Elliott was the baby. Ain't really helps me for. Stop Bobby pillows and baby carriers things like this before where you can. Yeah you can wear the baby Maybe maybe the swine. I know this carrier and it is a commitment. It's one long piece of stretchy. Knit Fabric Criss Cross around your body to make a Pouch People. Get lessons on how to do it. Does he? Picks up the package looks curiously and she pops it in her car to use this washer. I I'd be happy to Jesse has got her own shopping. List like organic forms show you. She doesn't trust the formula in China. Do you want me to pump milk. She'll tell us later for her. This visit wasn't about becoming friends with Jackie. We can now pay. She's here to meet her and thank her and make sure everything is okay. But by the time they get back to Jackie's hundred year old house on a hill Elliott. Her six year old is holding his Chinese guests hand. Tugging her into the house just two ferrets or black and white cat. Little Dog Muffin. L. A. Kiss. She really likes you and I really like despite coming from so far away. Jesse looks weirdly just right in small town. Oregon just got long dark hair tinted red at the end. She wears a plaid flannel and she ditches her makeup after one night. She and Jackie are into art. Jesse loves the HALF DOZEN ELECTRIC GUITARS that line. The walls of the room she staying. She's saying Your House fulfil her imagination. Of what American homes look late copying inch big skype and coastal areas and this has also has music a musical. We're we're starting to form a bond that I hope will continue for our lifetime that there are a lot of Chinese women coming to the US to have babies inflammation enough that immigration officials are on the lookout Jesse. She couldn't even get a visa her first time around when she applied to come to. California for IBM for in vitro fertilization. She says the guy at the consulate rejected her visa on the spot. No she changing gun jude where she remembers. It accused her. You're trying to get an American passport. He told her trying to have an American baby. It's just don't make the Obama. Which will it's a real thing among wealthy Chinese couples now there was even a super popular romantic comedy in China. Come to Seattle all about a Chinese woman. Sleepless to spend five months in a secret maternities love pregnant Chinese women which is also a real job in a dope. Tom Does Kalu formations. Jesse's story is different. She's using a surrogate not giving birth herself but she says she does know a lot of Chinese couples considering delivering their babies in the US so she knew what she had to do to get a visa. She had to prove that she wasn't trying to have a so-called anchor-baby that she didn't want to immigrate to the US she came back to the consulate estimates. She could carrying a clear plastic bag. Inside was the D. to her cosmopolitan apartment and proof that she owns a Mercedes Benz. She showed them her husband's earnings as a futures trader and proof of her own stable government job and she got the visa. Jesse says the people she knows. Who Want American passports for their babies? It's not so much that they want to immigrate to the US or even go to American universities. It's also because it gives them advantages in China was how now. Dalyell Jen Jess Jiang. Our producer asked Jesse a lot of questions about this. I was really curious about this level while caught onto hobby and Jesse told me there. Are these elite universities in China and students have to take these tough entrance exams to get into them? They're far more important and far harder than the sat's kids study for them for years but the top tier universities in China. They want more foreign students who could raise the profile of the school so those schools. They actually lowered the standards for those students. Boy Kuby Toby. Toby fishing and foreign students in this case means Chinese kids with Chinese parents whose only foreignness is where they were born. Jesse's baby will get an American passport to because he'll be born to a surrogate on American soil and she says she'll be glad to have it but it's not the reason she's spending several hundred thousand dollars on doctors and lawyers and lodging and Jackie here in the US paying a surrogate isn't legal in China. But she could have done it in say Ukraine for half the price so why Oregon. When I asked Jesse she says the medical technology of course but also the clear loss in Oregon and other states that allows her to see their protections for the mom. Jackie and Jesse negotiated a long legal contract. It says Jackie cannot change your mind after the birth and keep the baby it says if the parents want her to abort because of genetic disease she will she agreed to never try to contact the child and she asked Jesse for things to like she asked to spend at least two hours with Jesse and the baby after he's born two hours. What Jackie most wants is not written in the contract. It's that friendship back connection. She's hoping for how are you? This is in another alliot. The next day we all gather in Jackie's living room with professional interpreted Jesse can tell us why she turned to surrogacy in the first place. She grabs a pillow off the couch and hugs. It against her belly. Starts Younger Hotel? How you'll help? She tells about meeting her husband away on fly about be good to her forever. Nice trio all my errands disapproval and their secret. Love affair never told. My parents is mom's struggle with cancer. And how hard they worked to pay off all the healthcare bills. It is very hard to to clam out of that deep hole. Finally their decision to have a baby are sweet too. Need y'all shoot shaming. She tries for four years to have a child. Every remedy. Chinese herbs flushing out her for Lopion tubes artificial insemination until finally it. Don't cal pees on a stick it off and sees yes you are pregnant? She and her husband by a crib. They take long walks together but the more pregnant she gets my face my hands. The skin is so tight almost like we'll be exposed some day. The doctors tell her not to worry and then one day about seven months into her pregnancy. She is feeling so strange. She asks her mother to take her blood pressure. Y'All go she'll she said. I think this machine maybe broken or something by night. Jesse is in the hospital. Her husband is rushing home from a business trip to meet her and I start vomiting like explore from my mouse in even stand up. Jesse had a condition called pre ECLAMPSIA. Her blood pressure was dangerously high. Her kidneys could fail if the baby remained inside her. Both she and the baby could die and she was delirious. Her husband pushed her to sign papers allowing doctors.

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"a month later" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"a month later" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Thirty day trial I've been using the Apple Watch series five since just after its introduction back in September I posted my initial review complete with all the little technical details about all the new stuff worked I'm Rene Ritchie and this Apple Watch series five review one month later every year I swear I'm going to buy the Aluminum Apple Watch it's sleek it's slim it does everything Apple Watch can do for a lot less money than any other apple watch finish can do it then. Apples materials team hits me was something completely new in that first year with the series zero it was stainless steel with a black diamond like carbon coating so strong that anytime I thought some other metal it was series one it was white ceramic it looks shockingly bright like the original ipod bright but felt like something from a high end watch you watch company which is athlete what apple had rapidly become year three and series three was gray ceramic I didn't like the look anywhere nearly as much as the white because it wasn't anywhere nearly as addict less like stormtrooper more like storm clouds but it was new and such a sucker for New Year four and series four was gold steel I wasn't with series five I was serious aluminum sticking with aluminum even though apple brought back the white ceramic and it looked every bit as imperial as ever they also went and added something new again titanium both brushed and DLC block and like I said I am such a sucker for new I had the space black it first but ended up exchanging it for the brushed metal because I decided I wanted titanium to look like titanium like metal like eight hundred endo skeleton they're both distinctive though and neither really resembles their stainless steel counterparts it's way lower key than the Polish stainless steel almost closer to the silver aluminum so certainly not for their showy offy more for the confident chill same with the space black it's not the same batmobile black stainless steel closer to the Space Grey Aluminum Dan.

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"a month later" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"a month later" Discussed on My Black Friend

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"a month later" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"a month later" Discussed on My Black Friend

"You live in the house and you're like well. I didn't eat breakfast or lunch today and i'm just gonna make me a smoothie for dinner and and then she comes home from work and she's got like a giant taco bell cup. So would you do for lunch today all right. I guess that's fair. It's it's tough but you know she's not doing enough spider and i and i told him no. I never want. I don't want her to have to change. They live mm-hmm and that's been the hard part is just getting that mentally. I just overcoming the temptation and just using other people as my face isla. Hello all right. We got. We got to get going. Do you have a plan going forward wednesday september first right now while we're recording this craig. How about this them. Let's no no no no hear me out here danny. Let's not let's not give them when the next episode again. It'd be okay because it could come soon. What's the goal. You're you're one seventy seven right now. I'm one seventy seven. I want to i think when when i hit one when i hit under one sixty one seventy story okay i wanna i wanna record so let's say once your your goals not one seventy one sixty i keep saying i keep giving you once youtube. It's fine three seventy three seven so your goal six three sixty nine three sixty nine point nine eight three six nine point zero but three sixty nine point nine that counts you are under your under three seventy. That's that's your motivation. That's what you've got a picture you need to you. You got to want to see that six because that's when it really changes your so sick asean the seven that you can't you can't wait to see sitting there and then when you when you get to the six it's like just imagine there's a five you know. You're just gonna keep chipping away at that point. That's so it's either going to our next. Episode will either be the weekend that i've hit three sixty nine or or this is the liability so did we ever did know or it's a for or it's the first weekend of october. I think she thinks i do i think you do we talked about it. When you're a little bit bigger you can if you really dedicate. You could burn that you could burn that weight off by next weekend. Yeah we might be putting another episode next weekend. It might be a shorter one. If that's the case well we might have to do it for like fifteen minute updates here and there i'd i'd read showdown for that so if we go to hope that i lose the weight i think you will because they love the content any. I think you're going to be there. I think i think you'll i think i think we'll be hearing from you very soon before. We go to finish thirteen reasons why you know we're on. I think i think we i think you asked me about it yesterday right. I am on episode seven or eight. We didn't get to watch one. Last night surfaced too tired so we didn't so i'm still in the same place where i was without spoilers. <hes> did you finish it or you still where you were because you were way behind. I'm done jesus you guys bird through those i enjoy it. I like it. I have my theories. I don't wanna talk about potentially be giving away <hes> but i like like an i enjoy the season. I thought that the concept would grow old by now and it's definitely over the top and ridiculous because you're like you know. Kids are going through this much in high my schooling. This is the worst fucking ice cool. These kids all have the wars lives. Everybody's a rapist. Everybody's got guns. Everybody's doing drugs like what the fuck is. Is this place. It is ridiculous so that sets you start totaling in all up but i'm all i'm all for it. I like it and i really do hope. They do. Another season and i really do want to see them. Focus assan claiming craziest person without spoilers at all the ending is great. Okay good. I'm gonna say because it has a lot of potential to let you down to so that's good to hear your innings great. There is going to be another season confirmed and it'll it'll be the final season. I'm excited for the next season based on the ending okay and but you know what i'm a little i'm a little worried because and this season in in my opinion it's hard to push against the first season but this is by far better than the second season all sudden done yeah. The problem with the second season was that it was almost it was too much rehashing the first season. They just took it every everybody's story and expanded on it like oh yeah. You knew how this person did that. But did you know they also fucked here and it's like i did. You know that that's my concern about the fort's yeah but this one is new. Stop everything every episode there in bailing you know an event happened here but you're like they keep reverend saying you know the the homecoming game coming and you're like what happened and it's slowly little pieces and you know this happened. It slowly little pieces. It's a new story so that's why it's so much better than the second season yeah and then one last thing. I'll say you tyler yeah because of him. I've cried more than once watching a show. He's good he he he <hes> he's great casting because he looks that part. I told my wife and i'm like he looks like a kid that would want to shoot up the fucking school he does. He told anyone about his scenario where you are no no get ready. Get ready to cry i. I you know it's coming but yeah i'd now i. I say spoiling anything. I want to say where we're at but then that will spoil for anybody that has gotten to that party either so i can't even tell you i can explain to you on air where i'm at but here's what we're going to say to get ready because at the end of the next accountability shot we're gonna. We're gonna go a little deep don this. We're gonna have to recap some some thirteen reasons. Why yeah there will be some spoilers k. danny anything else before we go no just. Did you still want me to play that one song that he said you really really love from your childhood. Yeah in fact this this song my dad would sing this to me every night before bed and says a special place in my heart so she the music uh-huh.

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