35 Burst results for "Almost 20 Years"

Your Wednesday Briefing: The F.B.I. Searches Donald Trump’s Home

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Your Wednesday Briefing: The F.B.I. Searches Donald Trump’s Home

"Online threats against the FBI and Justice Department following the search of former president Donald Trump's estate in Florida draw a sharp response from the head of the FBI FBI director Christopher wray during a visit to Omaha Nebraska calls the threats of violence against the Justice Department and FBI agents because of Monday search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago deplorable and dangerous He adds the threats come at a time when law enforcement across the country is being hit by a wave of violence not seen in more than 20 years Last year

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Major test of first possible Lyme vaccine in 20 years begins

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Major test of first possible Lyme vaccine in 20 years begins

"Researchers are looking for thousands of volunteers in the U.S. and Europe to test the first potential vaccine against Lyme disease in 20 years Lyme disease is a growing tick-borne threat Pfizer's anneliese Anderson tells the AP they're working on a vaccine to protect both adults and kids as young as 5 We call it beer a 15 Robert to willer is an avid hunter in hiker He was the first in line when the study opened in central Pennsylvania And if I find a tick on me I don't know okay I'm good I don't have to worry about anything Doctor Allen Kevin's at the Altoona arthritis and osteoporosis center in Pennsylvania is looking for volunteers who spend lots of time in tick infested areas Not a single day goes by that someone either has a concern about Lyme disease could possibly have Lyme disease We live in an area where Lyme disease is endemic The Pfizer study will cover two tick seasons I'm Ed Donahue

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 Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 4 d ago

Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

"Confidence moving forward Like the Dodgers the Cardinals brought out the room on Sunday camping at three game sweep of the Yankees out slugging The Bronx bombers 12 to 9 That makes third sacra Nolan Arenado a happy man Anytime you can cap off a sweep of a great team like the Yankees it's huge And what we're trying where we're trying to go you know you got to win ball games win series Other national leaguers answering the Sunday win column roll call with a Phillies reds Marlins pirates giants and Diamondbacks The American League winners were the guardians raise royals Blue Jays White Sox and Mariners golf a bit of history at the Wyndham championship 20 year old South Korean Tom Kim notched a 5 stroke victory making him the second youngest winner of a PGA event since World War II I play great this week You know it was hard to stay in the moment in the final round just knowing that I was so close but I just never let my guard down until I hold that putt on 18 NASCAR Kevin Harvick ended at 65 race winless drought when he got the checkered flag Sunday at Michigan International Speedway Bruce

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Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

"Fast rising Korean star giulian Kim has posted a dramatic 5 shot win at the Wyndham championship the 20 year old becoming the youngest winner on tour since a 19 year old Jordan Spieth in 2013 I still have so much talk I want to accomplish and this is just to tell me much when we bought the car we just need to drive it So hopefully I just keep pushing that pedal Kim who began the championship with a first hole quadruple bogey 8 on day one closed with a standing 61 to finish a 20 under for the tournament I'm Graham agar's

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Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:49 min | Last week

Is Brittney Griner a 'Freedom Fighter'? It's Hard to Care...

"Well, somebody who's very uncool, but the left is trying to make cool Britney griner. They keep calling they keep calling our W, what's it the WNBA, the women or the WBA, maybe is what it is. I think the basketball player now. Right, right. That's WNBA. They keep calling our WNBA star. Oh, even though no one's really heard of her. But nevertheless, here on Time Magazine on the cover, Britney griner and the fight for freedom. Now what's the fight for freedom? She's been arrested in Russia for illegal drugs. And you know, I know when it comes to my own case, people love to go, will you pleaded guilty, didn't you? So, you know, what are you complaining about? You obviously deserve whatever penalty they gave you. Even if they locked you up for ten years because you pleaded guilty, well, Britney griner got 9 years or 9 and a half years. Well, you know what? She pleaded guilty. Uh oh. So. What's there to feel bad about? Yeah. Well, she probably gets treated better in prison than the January 6th defendants do. Well, you're making a profound point here, which is this. You know, this had happened 20 years ago, my reaction would have gone something like this. I would have said, you know, Britney griner needs to learn how great it is to live in America. When you're on some other country like Russia, you're not gonna get due process, you know, so, you know, here's a woman who's been taking a knee and sort of I don't know all these critiques of the founders and of America. Well, you know what? America's not so bad after all. That would have been my reaction, but this was actually not my reaction. With this case, my reaction was, frankly, they're trying to get me to be outraged and trying to get me to care. I don't care, you know? My reaction to this is basically snore. You know, why? Because this is happening and far worse in our own country.

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Why a $20 Million Donor to the Democrats Left the Party Over the Vax

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last week

Why a $20 Million Donor to the Democrats Left the Party Over the Vax

"Us right now is one of my favorite guests super smart and interesting and also courageous. Steve kersh, Steve, welcome back to the program. There's a lot of things I want to cover with you here. The first of which it caught my attention, your team sent this over is kind of a interesting thing where you say that the American left or the Democrat party no longer shares your values. That you're a $20 million donor to the Democrat party and that you might jump ship. I'm super interested in this. Tell us about it. Well, I can't speak to any member of the Democratic Party. I mean, I'm given over 20 million to the party in the last 20 years. And I can't get a return phone call. I can not get anybody on the phone to talk about what's happening with the vaccine. That I've contributed to or even candidates that I haven't, nobody will talk to me in the Democratic Party. The only return calls I get are from people like senator Johnson in the Republican Party. And no Democrat will want to face the facts about the vaccines and the safeties and the safety signals that are in plain sight. And we can't even have a discussion. I can't even try to get a meeting even with doctors to talk to them. So nobody's returning my calls. So if they're going to ignore me, I'm going to ignore them.

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Tyler Bowyer of Turning Point Action Unpacks Last Night's Elections

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

Tyler Bowyer of Turning Point Action Unpacks Last Night's Elections

"I'm joined by Tyler Boyer. Runs turning point action is a great job. He's also the committee man for the state of Arizona. He were up to like 5 a.m. last night. It was a long night, but it was a fun night. Boy, there's a lot to unpack, but let's start with just the top line news. First, let's go from east to west. Michigan Tudor Dixon won, two open doors. Very exciting candidate. Yeah, tutor, we actually know pretty well. She's actually been a big supporter of turning point for a long time. So we're really excited to form a rap host. Former Rafa's wonderful. And yeah, I think that you saw some of that carryover too. I mean, Michigan is a Trump state. Clearly. Because John Gibbs. This is the other one we want to talk about. We had absolutely on if you looked on paper 20 years ago and you saw a candidate like John Gibbs, you'd be like, the guy has no shot, right? Yep. And today it's a different world where the electorate is paying a lot more attention. And Peter Meyer and his whole gang of like just do whatever you want and don't care about the Republican Party. Those days are over clearly. Well, they are over. He lost. Yeah, and so Peter Meyer and voting for impeachment. Super snake. It's more than that though. I mean, some people are talking about, we'll talk about Meghan McCain's tweet today. We'll get to Arizona. We're going to get to what we'll get there, but the establishment, what they don't understand and what they are really dealing with right now is they haven't worked with the Republican Party for years. They haven't cared about the Republican Party. They haven't cared about the grassroots. And what we're seeing is this whole revival of this real grassroots movement, something that you saw, you know, like in the 70s, really start to cause the Reagan revolution. And I think that's where we're at right now,

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Will the PGA Become the Golfing 'B' League?

Fore The People

02:07 min | Last week

Will the PGA Become the Golfing 'B' League?

"Do you think? Do you think that the PGA Tour in 2023? Will be the B leagues? No. There's still a more player. Just because of sheer amounts of players, like not everybody's going to go to the live tour, right? I mean, if everybody went to the live tour, yes. Yes, but I mean, I know Tiger is not in his prime anymore, but he's still going to play some tourneys. I would guess, right? That's massive radius. He probably will. Like it was a disappointing. It started off amazing. He made his first two cuts in those first two majors. I mean, absolutely incredible, but you know, we're going to see Tiger play with Charlie in December again or whenever that father something is and it's going to freaking it's such a tease. What's that? It's such a tease. Isn't it? Yeah, but I'm just saying. It's going to be like it's going to be like the highest rated event in all of the, you know, except for the majors, probably in golf again, because people want to watch it. I'm just saying that dude, that dude, single handed, he is the needle, like exclusively is still. And then you're going to have the Rory's and more call was. All these guys, whatever, all the guys that said no way in hell I'm not going. So there's always going to be enough of those guys. And then not every young guy can go to live, right? They're going to try to this eugenio. I don't know how to save his last name, but the kid from Oklahoma state, right? Sure, Kara. Yeah, whatever. He still had eligibility Oklahoma state and he took the cash and left. I mean, they're going to sprinkle in some dudes like that, but the young, young, young guys. Now with court ferry tour having more money and they go to Q school for access. It's because of sheer volume to answer your question, right? They're just going to have more players, period. In general, and they'll develop the players in their get better and then maybe you'll see those guys go over there, which I'm sure will happen. So do I see it as the B tour? I mean, not in the next 20 years or something. It's different though. It's totally different product. It's just totally different product, man.

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Enrique Prado Grades the U.S. on International Security Performance

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | Last week

Enrique Prado Grades the U.S. on International Security Performance

"We don't spend requisite amounts of time on understanding the strategy and the worldview of things like the Iranian Republican guard or how the Chinese military thinks. So in terms of steel on target, a plus in terms of getting inside the mind of our enemy not so hot. Could you give us your grades for how we are as an international national security performer? Well, you hit it on the spot when it comes to the kinetic aspect of our business. We are second to none. And when I say that, I also include our special operations forces because again, they've been fighting the G watt for over 20 years, which people tend to forget. I think that what you are describing most likely on the knowledge base on our enemies culture. It's not that we don't understand it, is that our leaders do not listen to it. I know the analysts, the quality of the analysts, we have in the agency, are scary smart. A guy's like Mike scheuer, who was the one that really discovered who'd been a lot of was and what he was up to and he was right until he was proven right. So an unfortunately, when you have organizations like the agency or even the FBI, not being run by people who are internal, political appointees, in my opinion, one of the problems we have is those political appointees that we have at the head of our agency are people that owe their allegiance to whoever put them there. And they will always look through the optic of that politics and you can not do operations, especially special operations through the optic of politics. So I will defend my analyst to the end. I think that incredibly well rounded and in depth, but the flow up is not always what it should be.

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Afghanistan: One Year After the Complete Biden Disaster

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Afghanistan: One Year After the Complete Biden Disaster

"A year ago, we were in the process of watching Afghanistan fall. This was August time frame last year. The Biden administration had made their faithful decision to say we're going to have all of our troops out by September 11th, 2021. They wanted to have the symbolic political victory of being able to remove troops, you know, 20 years after the terrorist attacks on 9 11 in New York in Washington, this was their political C I did something that Donald Trump didn't do. I got us finally out of Afghanistan. I've done what I promised to do. The problem was is they made no real conditions on how they were going to get out of Afghanistan. Thus leading a vacuum in which it was seen by many in the Defense Department, there's many personnel on the ground saying, look, if you remove these troops, the way you're removing them with no conditions, and then you're moving yourself out of magro air base, you're moving back to Kabul. The issue was that the Taliban was going to take over and they took over at a very rapid pace, and this was predicted by many in the time that this was going on. So in understanding that issue, I've said and made the case many times at the very problem with the Biden administration in their underlying problems with how they see their support. And why do they see their support in the low 30s? And why they see the disapproval right in over 60. You can take in inflation, you can take in the economic we have a gas process food process, the baby formula shortage, whatever you want to throw it on top of this. And you can understand why Americans are very frustrated, both Democrats and Republicans with the administration.

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Mark Levin's First Ever Podcast-Only Special Launches Tomorrow

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Mark Levin's First Ever Podcast-Only Special Launches Tomorrow

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The World According to My Autistic Stepson

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

The World According to My Autistic Stepson

"Going to ask you a super duper serious question then you have no idea what it is. I only told you that it would be about your sister. I don't know if people know you, you have an older sister who is autistic, but as I know because I have an autistic stepson who lives with my wife and me and you know him pretty well. But he is, of course, easy as easy as a person can get. So to live with, he can't live on his own, but he takes care of himself and he's actually fun. Oh, he's so funny. He's fun, exactly correct. And as I note to people, he's to the right of me. And that is true. Yeah, yes. It's a riot. It's just really. He knows a lot about politics too, seriously. Yes. He used to know what is interesting. So people who know autistic people know that the perseverate. They fixate on one subject and repeat it. So for him, it was weather about half. I know him 20 years, basically. And weather was overwhelming. He greets you with the door and tell you about the cold weather pattern over Minnesota. Right. He's addicted to the weather channel. But that has so evolved, he is now, I would say he's more interested in politics than he is in even in weather. Now he greets you at

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The Left Admits the Sham of the January 6 Hearings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

The Left Admits the Sham of the January 6 Hearings

"Play cut 16 for me if you will, Jacob. You've been reporting on politics for 20 years. This is the 8th hearing 9th hearing tonight. Adhering tonight, what is most surprised you? Is anything about the surprise you most about the last 8 hearings? Well, I think, I mean, the sheer amount of new information they have uncovered is genuinely remarkable. How they've given it to us. That is the other thing that was exactly what I was just going to say. It is as a television practitioner. Yeah. It has been a tour de force of production. I think it's going to change how any congressional hearing is held to a standard. Because the circus that usually happens is no longer going to be casinos entertainment. This is actually informative and interesting. Yes, although the precondition, the necessary and I agree. But the necessary precondition for that is that you have a unanimity of purpose among the members of committee across party lines. To get to the bottom of what happened and to present their case the American public. That is usually not the case. Right. If Jim Jordan were up there in his shirt sleeves. Right. And everything is broken down in majority time, minority time, responsible model. You can't do what they're doing. I think that is proof that Kevin McCarthy does not deserve to be speaker because he doesn't understand politics well enough to know what his own game was.

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Caller: Teacher Fired After Discussion on Pledge of Allegiance

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Teacher Fired After Discussion on Pledge of Allegiance

"I'm almost in tears So you asked about teachers okay And teaching and all that and if they can teach stuff in schools and well to be specific I talked about the teachers union which I like to draw at the teachers union is not the same as teachers The teachers union and the leader of the national leadership of the teachers union I think exercised unbelievable power and influence over school boards and state and federal elected officials and kept schools closed during the pandemic when they could And I think that it's harmed our children Well you think about what this case is This was in the epic times on Wednesday It occurred in Harrisburg Pennsylvania not far from York about 25 miles away So this teacher she taught for 20 years in a school district there right outside of Harrisburg And she was fired because she asked the kids that weren't standing Why they weren't standing for the Pledge of Allegiance Just for asking them And they did not give her a warning or anything And the kids posted the nastiest videos on TikTok and everything that they're going to kill this teacher It's like bizarre because they knew they would get away with it And the authorities of the school district saw that and fired her on the spot No warning no written notice no verbal notice nothing She is hiring a law firm and me and my girlfriend and other people are giving donations He has a go fund me page and everything to write this To get her job back

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Caller: Families Being Barred From Graduation for Unvaccination

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Families Being Barred From Graduation for Unvaccination

"Yes sir I've been in the army for 20 years now and generally speaking even when I don't necessarily agree with army policies I just kind of bite my lip and it's like it kind of goes along with the job However salute smartly and charge up the hill as colonel Ali northeast to say And my oldest son decided to follow in my footsteps if you will And he enlisted and is actually currently attending basic training And it's like something I'm beyond super proud of and I've been thinking about the day of going to watch his transition from civilians and soldiers graduation ceremony for a long time now And it's just an event that I can't wait to see and welcome him to the brotherhood With that being said his unit which I'm not going to name units or anything like that I'm not trying to get any like that's not the point of this It's just been eating at me but his unit sent home an information packet for families for them to review and no one dates and everything like that And one of the notes that was in this information package stated that if the train need was not vaccinated then the family would be prohibited from attending the graduation ceremony Now what It's a moot point for me Yeah like my son's vaccinated He made the decision to get vaccinated before he ever shipped a training That's what he decided you know high 5 drive on buddy But they want to punish the parents right From my perspective what it looks like is a bullying tactic that they're telling these young naive privates They've been in the army for 15 seconds now They don't know any better but they're saying hey you're not going to get to see your family if you don't go ahead and take this shot

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Greta Van Susteren: Remember Bail Laws, DAs, & Facility Capacities

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Greta Van Susteren: Remember Bail Laws, DAs, & Facility Capacities

"I want to ask you to talk a little bit about what happened in New York. And if memory serves, you are practitioner of the dark arts, right? You're licensed and barred and all that good stuff. You're an attorney. Washington D.C.. And taught at George stumble school for 20 years. Wow. So take a look at Lee zeldin, this guy comes at him. Now it's pretty clear to me this guy, this guy basically wants to slice Lee zeldin's head off. They arrest him. Charge him with a felony and then give him directions to the nearest McDonald's. Thanks. See you later. Oh no, I'll tell you. Look, I was a criminal defense lawyer. And times have changed my clients wouldn't get wouldn't get a low bond for something like that. They'd get a bond that they couldn't reach, so they'd be stuck in shield to protect the community and everything. But look, it's just terrible. But it depends on two things. One is the number of things. One is the bail laws. They have been relaxed is the DAs who are making the decisions. Three is whether the facility is overcrowded or not, whether they have the capacity to add more people. So there are a lot of factors, but when you attack someone who high profile person, you know, you're asking for trouble if you don't figure out a way how to detain them when it's a violent crime. And this is a violent crime.

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Dan Horowitz: Certain Viruses Dislike Blood Based Antibodies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Dan Horowitz: Certain Viruses Dislike Blood Based Antibodies

"Well what was it that made this one so I think uniquely ineffective You know I'm going to try to answer it Without speculating about motivations because I do wonder if there were other reasons for this I don't think it's just mRNA because we're seeing it with all the adenovirus vector vaccines as well J&J and AstraZeneca slightly different problems but a lot of overlap A good deal of it is Dan made me an effective vaccine for a respiratory virus bacteria and not a non respiratory virus Respiratory viruses and I've learned this just from the doctors I've had on my podcast do well with blood based antibodies and they are prone to misfiring RSV is a very problematic virus for babies They've been trying to get a vaccine for that since the 60s They had to pull it from the market then and they've never really developed one since then They tried for 20 years 18 years since stars won And they failed and it caused a lot of inflammation It didn't work and mutates a lot This was known I mean I didn't know it at the time but in retrospect you look this was all there That's the knowledge do this And Dan I hate to say it but they knew this during the trial They knew this during the trial I've had people injured by it in the trial on my show and they never recorded their injuries They never conversed with them This is pretty devastating We know from the documents that Pfizer knew no later than February 2021 that there were 1400 deaths and over 1400 categories of maladies and injuries and they did not disclose it

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More on the Hero in Indianapolis

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

More on the Hero in Indianapolis

"Back to the beginning I have a hero to talk to you about the man who saved, oh, my God. Maybe dozens of lives. Yeah, well, I was at an Indianapolis only in Indiana. Wall Street Journal police have now identified Alicia dickon. As the 22 year old who stopped the mass shooting Sunday at an Indiana mall at 5 56 p.m. at 20 year old attacker, exited a mold bathroom and began shooting a rifle into a food court. Three people were killed, two others were wounded, including a 12 year old girl. Its horrific to imagine how much worse this could have been. So the attacker, I'll continue, whose name we won't give more notoriety had several magazines and over 100 rounds of ammunition. He had spent two years practicing at a firing range. But police said that mister dicken swiftly drew his own pistol and engaged.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on 600 WREC

"How's this gonna work out? Well, see, That's it. It's It's like every local election. Really. It's about get out the vote. It's about who is most passionate and clearly knew some things that saying this is about Trump, and you don't want to turn out to be like Florida. Everyone's saying Well, yes, matter of fact, we do. That you know the fear of all of this. He's not defending himself. Really? Because there's no defense to what they're doing. They just felt that they inherited the state and we dumb rubes have to sit back and just take it. So they're hoping that there's this hatred for Trump that will still fuel this. But on the other hand you're looking at like Hispanics they Californians are living with the destruction of this jerk. They're living with the patronising What the inability to deal with real governance in life and the fires and power and unemployment and businesses holding, so it's a disaster. It's a matter of what the conversation has been. He's got a machine for the state. None of the other candidates really do, But it's about as I was involved almost 20 years ago in the gray Davis recall, it's about making sure people are focused on the nature of what this is. About getting another chance. I think Larry's done a good job with that. Um, but it's going to be about getting out the vote making sure certain Well, everybody should vote because this transcends party lines as we know this is about quality of life. For the Hispanics. It's about, I think, as a community of faith, they did not like the patronizing the bullying the closing of houses of worship. They fled totalitarian ism from the South and Central America or their ancestors did and they see it. They see this as part of an emerging element of that, and they know we know New Americans are very sensitive to communism and All of that. So let's make sure everybody gets out to vote and take their stay back. Tammy Bruce. Thank you very much. Columnist for The Washington Times from California. Tammy Bruce. Thank you. We'll talk to you again. Larry. Elder is coming up in just a couple of seconds. First. Let me tell you about gold line right now. Right now, I want you to call gold line.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Before you know. So if you are in New York, er and you went through that tragedy of 9 11, you've earned the right To say what you need to say in a constitutional republic. So Joe Biden thought it would be a good idea to go down to New York after leaving our people behind in Afghanistan and after on 9 11 When he was the vice president, leaving our people behind in Benghazi to Living up to the Democrats model, which is leave every man behind. But a couple of New Yorkers weren't really having any of that. Jim up. Play Cut six for us. This is a bunch of New Yorkers in an accent I can no longer replicate even though I am in New York, er, telling him he's terrible, terrible. Check this out. Oh, oh, whoa! Yeah. Much for what you did to Afghanistan. Terrible, terrible. Don't snap them. Back up Terrible. Oh, wait. I'm This is Jim, Did you isolate that part at the end? There's a guy in the background. Wait. What did he say again? Them one more time. I missed it them. Uh, I love New York member that song. Where was that? Lizza Minnelli cited the commercial. Right. Was it wasn't you remember if you lived in New York? You heard that commercial 1000 times You've got to love New Yorkers. There's a guy in the background as Biden. If you see the video, it's on my rumble account on my podcast today, If you want to see the actual video, there's a guy in the background and he's watching Biden approach a group of kids and he says, uh, Uh, don't sniffer. Yeah. Oh, careful. Don't snap them. Oh, yeah. I miss you. New Yorkers have been gone a long time and then the guy to beginning he's not so bad, either. He's calls Biden a mutt, which in New York language by the way, can I translate for you for a minute? New York language? Being a mud is like the worst thing possible it is. It's bad, like mud is like on the scale of derogatory things to call people much right up there. It is right at the top. And the guy says You're a mutt for what you did to Afghanistan. Terrible, terrible. I know by New York accents pathetic, but I did have one. No, no, Jim says, like I really don't I gyms in New Yorkers. So is Mike. I've lost a lot of it. I did. I've been gone for almost 20 years. It's pathetic, but to that guy, Yeah, he is terrible. And, yes, Joe Biden shouldn't be sniffing kids. It's good. Hi. It's Larry Elder. And I want to tell you about a man named George, who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor. George drives the garbage truck in Oregon..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"In this very memorable two thousand sixteen byes interview you choked up when recounting the fear and the feeling of call to duty. He felt so. I'm curious knowing that there were protections already in place when nine eleven happened and knowing this feeling that you know there was an imminent threat and we had to do it. We had to do and all else went out the window. How do we never go back there. I think there has to be fooled. Transparency which there isn't yet but isn't yet all we have as as you mentioned. Is we have the executive summary cis torture program. We have you know as we say on a six thousand pages that we we don't know they should come clean up. I bet you need full transparency before you can actually make fulham laments. And then the us military had its own you know it developed. They had common roots but they they. They're torture program. There was hundreds of men. Women and children subjected to torture in iraq and afghanistan at the hands of the us. Military gantanamo bay. They're still being tortured there. So we need. We need full transparency as a start point and then we have to apologize for wrongdoing to thousands of victims of the on. us military's torture programs. And then there has to be other forms of free dress as opposed to just a policy. There has to be compensation paid for rehabilitation services. I mean really haunts me. We were able to get a modicum of justice for three individuals of that hundred nineteen will to individuals in one family who has lost their even. They haven't got full redress because go rachman body is still disappeared. The united states knows towards this and yes. They won't come clean about that. They just won't amendment apologize. So transparencies is huge. And it's just locking you know and we even have president obama. He said no. We tortured some folks. If you acknowledged that in the has to be something more than just acknowledgment and transparency. There has to be full accounting. There has to be apologies. Amendment has to be redressed and or hostility rehabilitation services for all these hunt. I mean i i. I know what damage the torture program did. Three hole horribly. Psychologically start on probably will be for the rest of their lives and they have no accident. They have no real effect of access to rehabilitation services to treatment for their psychological injuries. There's hundreds perhaps thousands of others in a similar place to them probably in worse place than them because they have been hub Some more of justice that we had sue them indication and even though mitchell and jessen had to apologize as part of the settlement it's worth knowing that they profited hugely from their cia contract. Kit how much did they make. Any one million dollars the Pace they had very lucrative consultancy agreement on they. They even formed a company later on in the development of the program but provided these services and benefited from the government. Untucked payers money onto the two hundred eighty one million dollars stephen..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"Don't mean squaws the one of the excess refined we have this because at least we understood that the word understood that what happened to kopke prisoner but the documents revealed that day is all injustice these on Stream told her what happened to him at a member. I gain in a game that Origin on my late ankle about more than that. The hours in this world that is wide open. The artist gun was saying that his eyes were open. It was like blinking and he walls frozen to beat it. Should the real picture of the king. The riyadh of violence of those who have let will have monitored will have been involved in. It was doing a torturing without gone you see. We haven't mentioned that are three clients were three of. I think last. I heard one hundred. Nineteen people right subjected to torture. Yes one hundred. Nineteen bucks but number comes from the list in the backwards. The senate torture report. There's a list of one hundred and nineteen eighty s in them is gourock bud suleiman. I'm curious you know. Torture perkins was ended by obama in two thousand ten. And what has the government done since. Then to account i actions or make amends. I mean you've noted that we still don't have full knowledge of what happened to gourock mon. The torture report that you mentioned only the executive summary was released. They're still six thousand pages of the actual report that were still missing so what still needs to happen. And and you spoke to abide alaa mohamed suleiman. Recently what do you think still needs to happen for them. I mean they have the settlement. But what more can be done from settlement. They got an apology from mitchell. Ingestion and this was really important for them as a really important part before we settled the litigation on the eve of trial. Zimmerman of idol on muhammed ole explicitly asked for an apology on. You know that was truncated apology. Because it's ingesson's options. They can't apologize for what they did on behalf of the united states. But you know we've not been here before in terms of the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven but we have here before in terms of putting in protections reflecting in the wake of violations of human rights and civil rights in the wake of world war two the wake of the civil rights era of the wake of vietnam war and many edo including president obama have recognized or said that the us felt this imminent threat and have suggested we shouldn't second guess government officials who thought they were protecting their country and mitchell himself..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"A wife. Mother was the first they'd hard but still the family have not received that notifications from the us. They haven't received an apology. The us hasn't even told them where the remains are. They haven't been able to bury go rochman because they don't have the body and you know we tried to get those answers through litigation but the litigation was against mitchell jason against the united states than we filed freedom of information requests to try and get documents to substantiate what they've done with go robin's body in the government just turned around and said that national security privilege Over a now on we've not given up and you know buydell hasn't given up either. We're we're trying to use the afghanistan war crimes trial before the international criminal court to elevate that issue to just get family some final closure to identify where the body is. So you know abide on the family. I don't think the litigation gave them as much justice as suleiman and muhammed. Because you know the family still do not have the body and they're not able to properly garage pencils as a consequence when you and i. I could bikes a case in the united states against mitchell and jason on behalf of go rochman on the family. Why did you decide to bring that case our family walls and much unser vanity. Nothing wants claire and find any way decided to connect with different justice offense nonprofit organization and their suppled in hell regarding the finding off the body regarding undisturbed at least onion formation that an held and finish this unstability dress so these were by all the things on the fence that were finally in contacted issued new and seeking suppled and your health And do you think oh by deloitte when when we spoke by the case that it would get the answers that you were seeking it was like unbelievable and we will not thinking off any support from any side because it was happened into 'em to disappear doesn't when we had contact is in you. We had the whole that. The may be issued. You'll sample ads. And i remember was. It's very vivid for me now and i'm sure it is for you. Abide ella at at one point when we were litigating the case and we got a number of documents from the us government. They described your uncle's disappearance by they described his detention. They described as torture on the also described the last days of his life. When you got those documents how did you and your family.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"At the the doctors with inflict pain with extreme precision and care they're inflection of was rehearsed and carefully studied. I mean what has significantly affected me. Mentally is the physical torture because they know the details of torture never just feet and mahmut when when again when we first met her stumble and i explained the case against mitchell and jessen. Did you realize how difficult that case would be to to litigate in. Us courts for example. Did you know that. I would be asking you many questions over many months and you would have a deposition when the other side question do you. And then you were examined by the other side's doctors so did you. Did you understand that. Going into the litigation put michigan.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"Them and not suman. He's fun loving he's fisherman. He loves his pigeons as the litigation progressed. I got to know him better. As years progressed he changed to an his. I'm would say he's he's he's a very different person now when i spoke with them recently it was clear the same warmth spirit that was in him when i first met him Many years ill was still there. So i'd like to take you back a long way many years before we first met. How was your life in zanzibar. Then before and now if rent before he was very tough on what about the what did the pigeons do you so on give lexi no so give me relax. Forget to flesh buck has the settlement. Has it helped you to recover from the darkness your torture. It's helped your case with rush by me. Give me a more mojo stephen. I also want to give some attention to muhammad and obaidullah. Who's the nephew of gourock man. Who died can you tell us about. Both of them and some of their story is another wonderful human being you know. I met muhammed his good friend caledonia refinished on bul before we filed the litigation and soon muhammed were in the same prison. At one point. They were in the same prison. Yeah so just to go back. So i mix muhammed's istanbul. And he had a very detailed recollection of what had happened to him so he was. He was brought in because the cia suspected that the freedom fighter group. And that's what the libyan islamic fighting group is that they were in opposition to the gaddafi regime in libya. He's a libyan citizen but he's lived in exile from libya fleeing gaddafi's regime since he was seventeen years of age lipton in pakistan Lived in turkey for some time onto lived in north africa for some time When he was picked up by pakistan's intelligence in pakistan it was in two thousand and three and it was because the cia believed that the group but he was apart. All were associated with al-qaeda the group against the qaddafi regime. Yes that the Libyan islamic groups are a group that are associated with al kite..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"John's of our to somalia and at the time of his capture by this warlord. Apparently the cia was looking for al-qaeda operatives in the horn of africa. So they had. The word is to there in various cooperating partners. They are other government intelligence agencies and silliman a- partly met the criteria and the warlord as sold sold them on to the kenyan intelligence authorities who then transferred him to the custody sole custody of the cia on the cia then flew fm or rendered him from djibouti to the dark prison The senate report torture reporters kobylt where he was interrogated or tortured for information that he didn't have a by his associations with the al qaeda terrorist network in africa unsown was held for costa two months in the dark prison horribly tortured. He was then held for a further month in another cia. Prison also win afghanistan before he was transferred to the custody of the us military and he was held by the us. Military afganistan from two thousand three Released through the intervention. If the red cross in two thousand and eight on he was returns to his home in zanzibar with a certificate by the us military which basically says he is no threat to the united states. so we're releasing him. he was just. Don't unceremoniously buck to holding signs of our nuts for he was when we first met in stephen. I don't want to belabor it. But i think it's important for people to understand just how bad it was. Can you give us an overview of some of the things that suleyman faced while he was in custody in the cia torture site where his His torture was the worst because it was a series of severity of torture. He was stuffed inside a small box three by three foot. He was hung by the arms or hours in a like dark room He was beaten routinely. He was diagnosed in order. He was rolled up in boston. She dang he was strapped to a waterboard unthreatened with waterboarding inbetween old. He was repeatedly interrogated by people and places that you know have not being you know speaking to silman. He was civil when i first met him. And you met him in two thousand ten right. I'd actually met him over the phone ten but the first time in person was when you an i met him on at that point at investigator we had on the case cisco gino she met sulaiman when in zanzibar when he first might so she had a very good sense of what he was like ben and he was he was completely destroyed. He had horrible. Flashbacks are on almost daily basis. All these ptsd symptoms that he knew nothing about it. He didn't even know that he had ptsd. like severe p. What is your sense from all that you know about suleiman about the person he was before all of this happened versus the person he became coming out of it and i'm not. Molly is the most lovable individual. He's funny he's smart. He's very engaging everyone. Were that question. As madame you know felt a.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"Torture in two thousand fourteen. The senate select committee on intelligence released an executive summary office report on the cia rendition detention interrogation. I'm it basically mopped up. The united states and the cia specifically development of this torture program invites report there was an onyx onyx as as list of men who were ncaa custody on who were tortured by the a while in custody on that lists were the names of muhammed's sued lamon adela salim. I'm gourock man on through my work. Over the years. I actually had contacts with those three unnaturally had contacts many the others that were in that list and we thought that here's the bus ability to bring a case for ability on behalf of some of those men who had been tortured by the cia pursuant to its program. And i wanna talk a lot more about our clients. But i i wanna give listeners just a little more background on mitchell and jason you know how to psychologists become involved in the architecture the implementation and also the evaluation of a torture program. How did that happen. I think it was incompetence within the cia. As i mentioned the i didn't they didn't know anything about interrogation. It didn't know about the means of gathering intelligence interrogation. They never been an interrogation business until september. The eleventh and mitchell was consultant so the cia cia contractor and jackson. He was in the us military and then transferred across to the cia after nine. Eleven to actually assist mitchell in the as interrogation program. It's designed on its development. The whole theory of interrogation was that you break down. The resistance of the person you're interrogating by applying these cumulative lee inhumane tactics to collect completely break down their resistance and you did that by torturing them or by g saying in them. A state of learned helplessness. Where all you could do is comply with the interrogators demands for information that that was their junk science theory. Stephen how in the world did the bush administration justify a program that violated not only international in. Us prohibitions on torture but also the nuremberg code. Which was in place since. Nineteen forty seven in the wake of world war two and bans nonconsensual human experimentation which this seems like one hundred percent nonconsensual human experimentation and short molly. They had government lawyers redefine torture. And what it what. It means to torture There's a famous legal memo authored by john. You who was then at the office of legal counsel which define torture if existence that had to be the type of conduct that would cause Here organ failure or near death on if didn't rise to that level and it wasn't torture there's a whole series of week now. Call them the torture. Memos that doing just that basically authorizing these techniques and then they were signed off at the highest levels of government including the methodology in the way that the the applied them. That was all considered above board on it was within the law and so as we turn to our clients. This is the groundwork just to review. Torture has been basically renamed into something that is not torture does not sound like torture and that has been signed off on at the highest possible levels and that is the ground that is laid as we turn to sue lamont muhammed and gourock man. We obviously can talk to gourock mom because he's dead is nephew So can you tell us about our clients. What reason did the cia give for their detention. And what is their story up until the point that you met them. Let's start with suleiman. How did the us come to detain suleyman so so woman was detained in march. Two thousand three any detained by a warlord in somalia. Suleiman was a businessman. He worked on this why he lied. Coolest going from his home..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on At Liberty

"As we approach the twenty year mark since september eleventh. Were following up with the clients and the attorney of one seminal. Aclu lawsuit on. The cia's post nine eleven torture program a program that ended in two thousand ten but that continues to haunt it's survivors and to stain the us's international human rights record the lawsuit. Selene v mitchell was filed in two thousand fifteen against james elmer mitchell and john bruce jessen two psychologists contracted by the cia to design implement and oversee the agencies. Post nine eleven torture program. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of three of the programs victims. All three were kidnapped by the cia and then tortured and experimented on. According to mitchell ingesson's protocols one of the men died as a result of his treatment. The other two men continue to endure the effects of their detention in two thousand seventeen. The psychologists agreed to a settlement a first for a case involving cia torture and today. We'll speak with acl. You staff attorney. Stephen watt about what the litigation achieved. And what still needs happen to prevent any future use of torture will also have a chance to listen in. On stephen's own recent conversations with our three clients as they rebuild their lives and navigate the continued effects of torture program. Stephen welcome to the podcast exploit steven. You came to me and kendall. The show's producer months ago. With the idea for this episode in advance of the twentieth anniversary of september eleventh. Why did you want to return to this case and to follow up with our clients sulaiman mohammed and the nephew of gourock man. The behind this both cost was to tell folks by the success of one piece of litigation to address post nine eleven torture. I've been involved in litigating cases another other advocacy on behalf of many other survivors of us torture. Since two thousand four all of those cases were dismissed by us courts. These men didn't even have their day in court. The cases were dismissed on the basis of what's called state secrets. The government basically intervened in the litigation because in those cases we the us government and us government contractors and we sued them for torture but the government intervened very early on in the litigation. Shortly after the legal complaints were filed to argue that any further litigation case would be harmful to us. National security again trusts and that the case therefore should be dismissed that judges shooting way in and decide whether not these individuals were tortured..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on KTOK

"Who have absolutely no regard for the sanctity of life, and unfortunately, our Children are becoming victims Mayor Lori Lightfoot in police Superintendent David Brown urging people to come forward with the names of shooters. 241 kids have been shot so far this year alone in Chicago, 41 killed Jeff Manasso. Fox News. Health authorities in Spain are blaming human error for the switching of two baby girls in the maternity ward in almost 20 years ago. The mix up came to light after one of them discovered through a DNA test as a teenager that she wasn't related to the people she thought were her parents. The woman who was 19 is demanding compensation of $3.5 million The other woman who was handed to the wrong parents has reportedly been informed of the mistake. I'm Lee Sela, Sarah, and this is Fox News. And.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"After almost 20 years, American forces have exited Afghanistan's Bagram airbase, handing the sprawling military installation over to the Afghan military. U. S officials say the airfield is now in its entirety in the hands of the Afghan national security and defence force, while one adds the top American commander in Afghanistan, General Austin Miller. Said back. Graham still retains all the capabilities and authorities to protect the forces that remain. A district administrator says the American departure was done overnight without any coordination with local officials. And as a result, dozens of local looters stormed through the unprotected gates before Afghan forces regained control. I'm Charles deal of this much during his visit to Surfside, Florida President Biden spent time meeting with the families of 145 people still Unaccounted for following last week's condo tower collapsed. They know that's the chances are is he still goes by diminished slightly, but at a minimum At a minimum. They want to recover the bodies. Search and rescue operations did resume following a 15 hour pause due to fears that what remains of the building still standing could give way. Officials are now working plans to demolish what's left of the structure of the collapse claimed at least 18 lives. The Dow is up. 48 points more on these stories, a town hall dot com I'm Karen, owner of Lone Star Transfer. Now that life is returning to normal, let us help you get out of your unused timeshare for most getting out of a time. Sure that fails impossible to use is a priority. One of the biggest concerns we hear is not knowing how high your next maintenance fee maybe with the bill right around the corner. It's like rolling the dice. We will.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"My goodness, almost 20 years by the way, right on cargo. Folks. If you've been watching the news, you know, it's really been a busy busy week in the financial world, by the way. Hope you were hanging on to your stocks and didn't panic on Wednesday, when we had that massive stock market drop on Wednesday, folks bottom line is sister of a tale of two good news. Uh, following the really, really fast, shockingly good recovery by the way of the U. S economy, And certainly there's concerns about inflation when things roll too fast, potentially an interest rate little inflation. And the concern is the Federal Reserve raising interest rates sooner in order to sort of slow down the booming economy all good, by the way. The stock market's been very, very happy. The stock market Dallas and P. By the way, I'm trying to remember this from yesterday's Wall Street Journal had 26 new records their share of the S and P 500. And the Dow, by the way, hit 24 new records this year, and so we still have a really booming stock market and obviously a very, very nice shockingly good. Recovery of our the United States. Remember, folks, The stock market is going up and down and up and down, I can to a really coaster and sometimes a bunch accorded the Del Mar fair again as a reminder buying individual stocks like Tech stocks, for example, can be fun. It's sort of a can, in my opinion to gambling. S so be sure not to gamble more than you're willing to lose again. It's exciting to watch the stock go up, and certainly there's a little twinge of big time panic whenever it drops. And interestingly enough, we have a tendency don't we to buy high and so low? And certainly if we buy high and sell low over a period of time. The result is not so good. It's a big, big big losses by the way. I sort of think about the stock market as a pyramid. So folks early this Saturday morning. Think about a pyramid. You've got it in your mind a pyramid slice off the top of the pyramid, and that's the amount that you are allowed to gamble. Obviously, if you can lose all of that is sort of like going to Vegas. It doesn't rock the family's budget and again. It's fun to gamble. But it's not so good to lose, and certainly there's more losers. Then they are successful gamblers. If you don't believe that, Just think about who who built Las Vegas. You think gamblers are maybe losers? No question about it. Again is fun to gamble is fun to watch the stocks go up, and as I said, it's a lot of panic when they go down our emotions by the way, folks causes to make bad decisions with a tendency to buy high and sell low. By the way. What? Well, not so sexy in the stock market is the majority of that pyramid that you slice off the bottom part. By the way, the larger part and my opinion, you're probably better off having that big chunk of your stock and bonds. Especially managed by the way with you and US international emerging markets have a mixed by the way of stocks and bonds and cash. So, Max the color of your hair. Basically, I say your goals. What are your goals? If you're investing, you have a reason. Many times you have should have a reason could be retirement planning. Maybe the college education for the kids with the grandkids. Maybe just investing form or income at a point in your future whenever you retire, so you should really invest with a goal in mind. You should consider how much risk you're willing to take. Remember, You can take a lot of risk, but the market goes up right and your attitude generate changes when the market goes down. Your risk Tolerance obviously changes so got to keep in mind. Markets don't always go up the stock market will resemble, as I said, a rollercoaster and sort of like this past Wednesday, like the bungee cord at the Del Mar affair..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Basically about almost 20 years later. Um He had a long 17 to K two. We were having to take away loaded and ready for an in flight. So The U. S government that goes to war without one on Jack. Well, that's we could build the union this way. Complained to an area roughly only hers on TV Nowadays, that huge here we went wall, but ever since you so we were quite intuitive later on, But, um The men are outside of fortune unless it was tomorrow period. So one of the barbershops, the JAG hand who range where local black drone equipment and in the next life was some guy double And started building ready Diego and was ready to live in And for your friend No housing was sold. Er what I military ordinaire and CV. Todd folks really do the camp up. Hold the JAG. I just continued or concluded just back from the people. He walked off their livers and said, Help. Um, I know you can reach back. So I like second, so they met with a serious of Areas where I would call back to Washington Formacion morbid history on mother in various locations around the base and with their histories and relay that to where he could Um, I'm secretary. And honestly, and we hope in there with him. Hey, energies into guy. There's other military officer and from listener of health and prevent protecting Mr Cop. And he had a cane were aren't listening to live in the now This was our our area based, remember and growing every day, so first happened before we got there. So I relate to various informing on the baby to the comes other daily basis while using weapons right and I also recommended areas where they could do some sourcing and do the test. Actual dissolving in work. But there was only a smell cooling the air begin with that would be elected to be about that time you'd expect him. Colonel, We're trying to drummer Had this been expelled? Weston Tintin Unit here. Right. Anger, Bad news. These areas, visual trip with him and the invasion. We get promotion on. This is history. So, for example, we started up, but well, it could be Children making Isaac. We got the kettle and eat then And colored with started showing up with a source that was told not to be flammable with those living in a fuel pipeline under the area we had been in that had been three years since those oil sexual Them together. Chatelaine my attention. And I'm a pretty rose up with even the sport Do and avocado via stumped all toilets. Well, hopefully anything aircraft we had a hanging With only five FT away. And that was back. Where was your water or King? Beating some. Everything's coming in the back of the 17, including Donald. Later they brought their building out of the tree plant with giant and through. Was way Camp stronghold. The operation that orders me to that are so the van together there was a quality problems to treat. Obviously, the army brought in a while later after the real days. And just up there with exporters..

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"G and david dot com. We've got A meal Good on the phone, but lying to We're gonna pick him up in a second here because we have Jimmy and Melrose been holding for a long time. Jimmy got a question for mega pros. Jeremy, How can we help you there, Jimmy? You had a good show. You know, the guy's got a great show born. What happened is in the summertime. We in a storm come through. Said we got hail damage. The roof company stopped by Zane. You need a new roof. Probably I was well. We're not. We're on a fixed income was really nothing. We can do it The insurance company occasion. We know what it so they got over the insurance company Insurance company. Come out, checked it up. They declined it. Said There was no good There's nothing wrong with the roof shop. Go figure insurance companies not wanting to go well and storm chasing him, too. So So, Jim, how old you are, If you know how? Yeah. Going on almost 20 years old and I put it on. Okay. Nice job used. £30 felt barrier for nails and every single problem block. That's why it lasted 20 years. Nice job. Way to go. Um, uh, It depends. Right. So we found out with it was the flashing had to be recieved. Yep. That could go. You're right. So here's the thing so You're on borrowed time with the roof at 20 years and Illinois. I mean, that's just our weather is brutal. Well, hang on Jim's roof, not Jim. Oh, yeah, sure, Jim. No, You're not a borrowed time. You're gonna go out wrong. Thanks. Appreciate him. So the reality is, you can argue that you can dispute that, Uh, a storm chaser. A guy that shows up at your house and tells you we could get you a new roof will cover your deductible and by the way, Here's an extra $100. That's not a great company model. Um so so really unprofessional. Hang on, Jimmy. We got some major parents there, huh? Try to pick you up and and clean that up. Hey, go ahead and finish your thought. Yes, I mean the reality for all the listeners out there is the guy that shows up at your house. Chances are they're not legit. There. They're trying to pitch your roof. You might not even need a new roof. By storm chasers. We mean after the storm, there are our sales representative Texas, Tennessee and not Lord local area. Definitely not for knocking on doors, exactly saying that you have you have hailed the new roof? No problem. Yes. Republicans writing to working down the street. Yeah, yeah, we're local. Did you know you have to sign a contract and then what? You signed a contract. It's hard to get out of it. You can't get out because because you agreed to use them to negotiate. Then they go out and get a roofing company and they get a big from the Yeah, So it's not a good design, so my recommendation is always first. Call the local college Evelyn Home roof. Let Homer thing would take care of you. They'd inspect it. They send out their own inspectors in house assess it. Get on your roof review the damage. And at that point time they'll give it to you straight. Either. Need a new roof? You don't need a new roof or it was held in. Here's how we're gonna do. Mike Houston? Yep. Our our home guy, Arlen home guy who likes to eat those Skittles. He comes in. He's got O c d rings. Is that how you see dear? He's got a candy fix. Okay, He's a little nuts, but that's why I love a good guy. Great guy. He brings his Skittles in every show, and he breaks him into colors. Oh, wow, that is O. C d. And he eats like one color from each group. Just there's not so So you know, he's gonna be meticulous detail because he breaks it into quadrants and good and he's great. So we're gonna have Mike give you a call, and he will come out. I guarantee you next weekend. Michael call from this gentleman's roof and give us a blow. Assume is whether itwas assuming might be covered in snow and assuming weather and that's how we're going to do for our listeners. So, so Hang on. Take care of them. Jimmy, are you there, buddy? Say him. All right, So here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna have Mike Houston from lend home roof and come out. And he's going to inspect your roof and tell you exactly what's wrong. What's right and what's needed. Okay? And then you're gonna call back. What's that about? We had that done. And the only thing that Still has to be replaced the stuff, rear gunner. Ah, piece aside ng in a little bit of facial on the garage. Okay, so there you go. Okay, so word to the wise whenever we have a storm comes through. Give local companies a calls The storm chasers that you don't know when you'll never see that have have no type of reputation, checking that you could check because because they're ghosts or ethics. Contracts or initiative. Constable. You know what we talked about that don't sign it. You could talk to you Could I mean any company that wants you to sign a contract before scam? Yeah, It's just not a very good player. Mega pros would come out. Let Lindemann will come out. Lend home will come out all day will come out. They will come out. Dave Rampage work with you, You know, I mean, looking at yourself right now. You know what gave up on the roof? Maybe. Ugo. I've seen Dave playing Well, yeah. You know what I'm saying? Is, there's enough. Local talent, especially on the show that will come out. Give you an honest advice and not drill you and getting a card. You'll never see them again. Okay, Jimmy, Okay. Sounds good. We'll do something in the spring. All right. Hey, thanks for the college. And what's your favorite local shopping? You know, you don't have a beef sandwich in Melrose, Jimmy. Oh, Jerry's Johnny's Okay. You like it? Did what? Or are you like a dry Oh, yeah. You got to have kept you like sweetie. Like him hot. Boat. I liked the other sweet allowed on the side. Alright. Halo COLUMN A column B How about that? Can you do the compliment? Well, take it easy there. I'm like, like his woman guy hurt You trying to cover your way. T That s O. Do you just do that before you do the combo? You get the sausage in there, too? Always account. Hey, he knows this food right? Way to go, E. I could hang with Jimmy here because I'm a I'm a I'm a combo dipped hot guy. You know that a little sweet on your sweet enough that I bring my own sweet executive. Hey, Jimmy, hang out. We're gonna send you Mr Floor cleaning product, buddy 312981 72 100. Tell you what. We've got email. Good on the phone. We could take a quick break. We had to get to Jimmy. We had some technical challenges. We're gonna be talking, um, email a mil. I'm sure Mr. His name. Mr Johnson. He's the owner of the family in minority owned family, local family business. That does.

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"almost 20 years" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"almost 20 years" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"There are several movies, particularly satire that were made just a few years ago that cannot be made in today's climate, including his controversial hit Tropical Tropic Thunder. The discussion, then turn to President Trump and his many cameos and TV shows and movies and about whether to cut his appearances from those productions, which some anti Trump people have suggested A Stiller directed the 2001 comedy movie Zoo Lander in which still or play the title character, Derek Zoolander. Among several celebrity cameos or Donald Trump and his then girlfriend, Melania and the movie, Trump says the main character look without Derek Zoolander. Male modeling wouldn't be what it is today. A Stiller said Trump in the Future First lady were included because of where the filming occurred. They were shooting at the now defunct VH one Fashion awards, Stiller said, as people were coming up the red carpet, we pull them aside and ask him to talk about Derek Zoolander Answer. Trump and Melania did that, of course, had no idea at the time he was filming the future Controversial president and now the current Varmint, where no one wants to be offended by anything they see you're here, especially when it comes to Donald Trump. People are suggesting still or cut the trump cameo from the movie. I've had people who reached out to me and said, like You should edit Donald Trump out of Zoo Lander and all that, Stiller told the podcast Stiller. No Trump Van himself noted. The controversy over Trump is similar to the fights going on over movies and TV shows that cannot be made today and noting the Trump cameo and Zoo lander, Stiller said, But at the end of the day, it's kind of like again. That was a time when that exist, and that happened. I mean, How stupid do you have to be? When was that movie made? In one Ah Thousands of years ago. Almost 20 years ago. He doesn't cameo in a movie and by the way, everybody wanted Donald Trump in their music video in their movie. They wanted him. They want to be on the Apprentice. He was home alone, too, because he has a canyon that they can do that. And they actually want people to go back and take portions of the movie out where he appears. Because it offends them. Whatever happened to don't watch a movie that he's in. No, No, they can't do that. Now. Don't want your TV show that he's in. Don't partake in anything. Don't buy the trump steak or the wine if they exist anymore. Don't buy his ties. Don't watch reruns of the Apprentice. Which was a great show by the way. Don't watch it. If you're going to be offended. How stupid is that? Can you imagine if we demanded that everywhere? Obama showed up? You've got to get rid of it. On his late night talk show appearances low slow talk in the news on with felon, and it never happened. Reading mean tweets on Kimmel. Can you imagine if we suggested that We'd be You want to cancel Trump your president. He's actually those who want him canceled. He is your president, you dumb ass. You want and canceled because you're mad. He won the election. There is no other reason. It's like Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio, ran for president just lost, horribly horrible, horrible candidate. He's out there tweeting that Goya Foods somehow said that President Donald Trump is doing a great job. That's it all. Hispanics should never use Goya again. Because this man's air races that he hates he hates immigrants, and he hates Latinos. He actually says something like he called all Latinos, criminals. Donald Trump ever say Ah, Latinos are criminals carry? No, he didn't. Fact, check. Never said it, Julianne. What the hell happened? Julian Castro. The guy actually was OK. When he was the mayor came on the show. A couple of times. We all we debated, but at least he could do that He could mix it up now is accused of culture guy. You can't eat Goya foods because Trump said Latinos are criminals, which he never said But I guess if you lie and get away with it, you can continue to perpetrate the line..

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