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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:47 min | 3 d ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"And so I'm wondering if you know if he you know and this is just speculation and you like shooting the breeze but like he could be the cutout, which means rudy is sloppy in the Kremlin is not you know? Yeah I mean who knows it's there are a lot of actors in in. Ukraine and Russia who don't WanNa Joe Biden presidency because you know Joe Biden has actually proven to be pretty tough on corruption in Ukraine. He fired a prosecutor who the international community agreed with not tough enough on Ukraine. was not tough enough on corruption in Ukraine. So I think you know there are a lot of people when I was speaking to someone who dealt energy issues in Ukraine earlier today and he emphasized there are a lot of people in the space who are worried about. Potential extradition to the United States and potential corruption charges if Biden is elected president so they have a lot to lose. There are a lot of actors in that in that space that are not that are trying everything they can do not. To keep from being elected yeah I kind of brings back all the memories of Ivanovich is testimony about what to corruption she was trying to stop and then having to be pulled out and she's going to go through some things during the whole impeachment trial. Right? Right. It's very similar and you know she was. There a she made enemies there because she was tough on corruption and she was trying to read it out in people. Saw Her people there saw her as a meddler and they didn't like it and Giuliani in particular was was instrumental not whisper campaign as well. So there's been this pretty wholesale effort to get people out of there that might be strong on corruption, which is why it's very interesting to see this projection happening with will know Joe Biden. Is actually the corrupt were the ones that are saving Ukraine it's not a realistic a picture of what's happening at all. No, and you know I, there's going to be more I'm sure between now and election day. This is there. I think this is the timeframe they've sort of all been waiting for. Absolutely I mean, there's a reason why this is coming out now and The laptop has apparently been in their possession as for well over a year and it's it's all just a bit at too. Coincidental. Well thank you so much everyone. You can see the piece in politico national security correspondent Natasha Bertrand thanks for speaking with me today I appreciate it. Yeah. I. Think you everybody stick around. We're back with another interview for politico stay with us. Everybody at ag for the daily beans in this podcast is brought to you by the New Yorker. I've been a huge fan of the new. Yorker ever since I was a kid for the longest time decades now I remember picking up my first copy being drawn by art and the design and the colors, and of course, the cartoons and we're so proud to have their support..

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US launching new study testing 3 drugs to drive down coronavirus

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:50 sec | Last week

US launching new study testing 3 drugs to drive down coronavirus

"Finally, the U. S government officials launching a new study testing three drugs to tamp down an overactive response by the immune system that can cause severe illness or death and people with covert 19. The N H. Says the study will enroll 2100 hospitalized adults with moderate to severe corona virus infections in the U. S. And in Latin America. All of the patients will get rendez severe, plus one ofthree, immune, modulating drugs or a placebo. The drugs are Bristol Myers Squibb, Zoran CIA, Johnson and Johnson have Remicade, which were sold now for rheumatoid arthritis and an experimental drug from Abby called Senate Cry over Rick and the drugs inhibit an overproduction of chemicals that the body makes toe fight infections that could damage the lungs. The kidneys

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Mitch McConnell says a coronavirus stimulus package is 'unlikely in the next three weeks'

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mitch McConnell says a coronavirus stimulus package is 'unlikely in the next three weeks'

"Congress, said today he does not think a stimulus deal will come together over the next three weeks. He spoke in Kentucky after President Trump apparently empowered Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to resume negotiations with White House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on a larger Corona virus relief package. Spite nixing the talks in a Tuesday tweet White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, telling reporters that developments are positive ahead of a telephone conversation set for later in the day between Pelosi and Mnuchin. Michigan's attorney general, says governor Gretchen Whitmer and her

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IRS extends deadline to register for federal stimulus check

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

03:28 min | 2 weeks ago

IRS extends deadline to register for federal stimulus check

"Of headlines on the business front today, wth E i. R s is reaching out. This is actually from Terry Savages column and she's going to join us next week. Terry will be here next Wednesday. The IRS is reaching out to approximately nine million Americans who deserved a stimulus check but didn't get one likely because they earned too little to have filed a tax return and are not on the government's benefit lists like Social Security, disability SS I stuff like that. Just maybe nine million people out there that are supposed to get a stimulus check. Still have not. The IRS is trying to tell people that did not get that $1200 but should have received it. That they have until and they've moved this now. November 21st to register. You can go toe I rs dot gov slash corona Virus Last non filers enter payment information here anyway. If you goto iris dot gov slash corona virus. If you did not get a stimulus check, there's still hope that you could Right? And they just move that yesterday. Actually, I think that yesterday, maybe with Monday they the IRS. It was originally October 15th, which was a week from today. That you had to actually get your information into the IRS. And by the way, if you just Goto iron back up, there's actually a link right on the home page right at the top. That says non filers enter payment info here, and that's where you go to get this. I'm very pleased that Terry's obviously covered this and that we've pushed Deadline back. I think every nine million people not get their $1200 is a very important number and it would. It's just a shame that so many people I haven't had access to that cash so smart move on the part of the eye arrests and I hope people will go to IRS stock tub and feel free to investigate their how they can get that money. Congress has not agreed upon a second stimulus check. I don't know. Are you reading the tea leaves out there? If and when is that going to happen to you guessed Terry or ah, police. I guess I would say John, that we're definitely going to have some sort of. If I had to read the tea leaves. We only have three weeks left the election. I think there's a lot of pressure on to get something done in the next three weeks. And I would think from President Trump's side that he would want to be able to boast about getting another deal done, and that's been his M O right. He's dealmakers get the deal done. I think the Democrats also want to help people that really driven but that there is just a huge amount of pain going on. Right now. We talked earlier about the number of people who are unemployed. The continuing numbers are frightening. More than 25 million Americans. They're filing some sort of unemployment claims weekend week out. We're seeing, you know 850,000 roughly people filed for first time unemployment claims. Plus the P way on top of that the pandemic unemployment assistance another 1,350,000 you're looking at, like a million and a half people who every week filing for some sort of assistance. And the number of people who are now food and secure closing in on 20%. So you know, I think the Democrats you're motivated. I sure hope the administration is motivated. Feels like we should be able to get something done in the next couple of weeks. You hoped I think you have caused to be mad at both

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Indiana On Warning List For Chicago’s Travel Quarantine Order

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Indiana On Warning List For Chicago’s Travel Quarantine Order

"Is put on notice as Chicago updates its travel quarantine list. WG Ens James Sears has details Georgia and Texas are off Alaska is on Chicago's emergency travel order now covers 22 states and territories. Indiana has been put on the warning list with over 15 cases per 100,000 people a day. If you can't get that number down, the state will be added to the quarantine list, joining other border states, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri and Kentucky.

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Tesla Quarterly Deliveries Hit Record as Car Maker's Recovery Speeds Up

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tesla Quarterly Deliveries Hit Record as Car Maker's Recovery Speeds Up

"Tesla also report today. Tesla's said that it delivered 139,000 vehicles in the third quarter, a quarterly record for the electric car makers, But shares still fell 5% before the market opened today. The company slightly beat estimates by the media for deliveries of 134,720 vehicles. But also fell short of some of Wall Street's most bullish four guests. Tesla delivered 124,000 model Y and modeled three units, slightly below the expectations.

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Double shooting in Logan Square in broad daylight, Chicago

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:19 sec | Last month

Double shooting in Logan Square in broad daylight, Chicago

"Breaking this afternoon. Police are on the scene of a double shooting in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood, according to police. Two people were shot near Maple Wood and Logan Boulevard around 10 30 this morning. The ages in conditions of the people involved are not known. Yet the circumstances surrounding the shooting have not been released, either. This is a developing story. We'll bring you more

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‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Of Naperville, Southwest of Chicago, To Stay In Federal Custody For Now On Child Pornography Charges

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:24 sec | Last month

‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Of Naperville, Southwest of Chicago, To Stay In Federal Custody For Now On Child Pornography Charges

"Netflix star Jerry Harris of Naperville was arrested on charges of child pornography and he will stay in custody until suitable arrangements can be made for a place for him to stay if he's released. He's been charged on child pornography charges and with the production of child porn prosecutors say that Harris solicited a 13 year old boy to send him sexually explicit photos. And videos.

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Wisconsin university eliminates spring break

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:36 sec | Last month

Wisconsin university eliminates spring break

"The University of Wisconsin Medicine has eliminated spring break next semester in an effort to curb the spread of the virus. The university's faculty Senate is expected to vote on revising the 2021 spring calendar at a meeting today. Or on Monday, officials say dropping spring break would discourage students and staff from traveling long distances and bringing the virus back to campus. The proposal has classes starting on January 25th. A week later thing currently scheduled spring break would be eliminated, but classes would not be held on good Friday, which is April 2nd classes would end April 30th. The same day as the current

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New details emerge in killings of prominent Chicago-area attorney couple found stabbed in their home

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:31 sec | Last month

New details emerge in killings of prominent Chicago-area attorney couple found stabbed in their home

"Have been released in the killings of two prominent Chicago area attorneys, Leslie Jones and her husband, Tom Johnson, were found stabbed to death in their Oak Park home in April. The front door to their home was unlocked. Autopsy results obtained by the Chicago Tribune reveal. Both were stabbed multiple times in the head and upper body home did not appear to be ransacked. But Johnson's wallet was scattered on the floor. Both were partners at a downtown law firm. Johnson also worked as a hearing officer for the Chicago Police Board.

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Southern Hemisphere Influenza Cases Are 60-70% Below Their Norms

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:20 sec | Last month

Southern Hemisphere Influenza Cases Are 60-70% Below Their Norms

"A doctor at the Ohio University Wexner Medical Center says flu cases in the Southern Hemisphere are 60 to 70% below their norms. That could mean a relatively mild flu season in the US, however, health experts hope people don't skip getting the seasonal flu vexing due to covert 19 vaccinations for the season are

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Unemployment claims remain stuck above 1 million

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Unemployment claims remain stuck above 1 million

"The big picture with you, Mark. What do you sing about? Jobless numbers first. Sure, John. Good to be with you. Of course, every Thursday. Thes numbers have taken on much more significance for the last five plus months. And this is the new claims for unemployment benefits. And in the latest week we remained above a million new claims down by about 100,000 from the previous week. So we're not making a lot of progress here. We're still seeing about 27 million Total Americans. Basically making a claim of some kind of latest week that includes or in the latest measure, I should say that includes the pandemic of insurance program as well. So you know, we're still very much in the thick of this economic downturn. And you know we're getting closer now to the time and we'll get the August employment report. Why don't you tell us where we stood for the nation as a whole? I should mention state of Illinois was one of the exceptions where we saw an increase in many states did report decreases the new claims this week and so in Illinois, we're up by 28,000. An increase in jobless claims. That is exact more people unemployed in Illinois.

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Chicago launches winter outdoor dining design challenge

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago launches winter outdoor dining design challenge

"Ella Ella Baby Baby summer, summer, and and it it it certainly certainly certainly feels feels feels feels like like like like it it it it outside. outside. outside. outside. But But But the the the city city city of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago want want want you you you to to to be be be thinking thinking thinking winner. winner. winner. We We We get get get more more more from from from WG WG WG ens ens ens James James James Sears. Sears. Sears. What What What will will will the the the outdoor outdoor outdoor dining dining dining experience look like in a winter with the Corona virus? That's what the city and Illinois Restaurant Association want to know. The winter design challenges looking for creative and innovative outdoor dining solutions from Chicago wins that follow Corben 19 protocols You have until September, 7 to get your idea in James Here's W G N News

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"bertrand" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"This is what he asked me most recently he goes camera friends right Of course, we're friends he goes. Would you take a bullet for me? From with gun. Unaware of first of all, your overly confident in my ability to take a bullet. I don't drywall. Behind you still going to die. I'm not taking anything. Shuna Ghost. Be My tried to be a good person and take a bullet for somebody to be like a hero and they still died. Did you still. Got Shot. Could've just greed you. Don't even health insurance like that too. Now in in my Gone. Dumb. piggeries what it got me. That was stand up stand out Cam Bertrand who will get to know a lot about in episode twenty, eight of Nice work. I'm your host todd brilliant and learning about Cam and his path. Take get another look at someone who has turned. Their passion into a successful career. It's Kinda the whole point of the we're podcast. Cam like.

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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Next good news. I hear the. Tiny ORC Gosh thank you so much. That's very sweet I. Really appreciate that I am so happy and I will keep talking about her and you'll keep hearing from her mouth directly All right next up from Kerry pernet she her Canadians finally lost our federal minister finance after scandal lies in an overall lack of integrity. Good riddance. He was a super rich guy helping the super rich, but guess what we got our first. Okay we got. We got our first female minister of Finance today. Her name is Christie. A Free Lind. Along with your veep nominee, Kamala Harris I have more hope for dismantling the patriarchy, fuck? Yes. So do I let's keep it coming. Keep supporting women candidates everywhere Yes. Agreed and Komi probably don't wear elect more women shirt on twitter. You did he do that? Yes, and Hillary Hillary fucking Clinton posted retweeted which just a picture of her leaning back in a chair uh-huh. Look on her face like really like that your shirt today. Okay. Saul too much. It's all too much. Let's see next up from X. too shy to share. The name. Pronoun, she her Hello I recently became a patron and did a thing in my community. So I thought I'd let to be in Queens no beans queens know about both near the beginning of quarantine I, sorted out all the clothes I wanted to give away into a corner of my room and did some research on where I could possibly donate them since goodwill in the Salvation Army usually throw out what can't be sold, which a good chunk of my stuff fell into that category I did nothing with my research or this corner for months because my response to stress I've created for myself is to ignore it. So with you. A few weeks ago my roommate brought up going to one of those parking lot donation boxes which usually seem abandoned to drop off Oliver extra clothes I guess I was feeling productive day because I out to a company wearable collections to see if they would come to my home to do a pickup they said yes. But only if I had twenty thirty gallon trash bags full, they are New York City based and I am across the Hudson in Jersey I did not have twenty thirty. Bags. WORTH OF CLOTHES IN MY corner. Here's what happened over the next of the course of a week reached out to my neighbors on next door to gauge interest coordinated with the company where collections on a pickup date made a bazillion posts on next door to increase awareness and reached out to other local governments to see if they would promote the pick up date on social media and one of them did net result there were thirteen bags and. The one local government promoted the pickup date is interested in coordinating with collections to do a drive. There wasn't a lot of time to promote the pickup date. So I'm super happy with the other folks who committed to get their shit together in such a short amount of time, and I keep telling myself I want to get involved in my community never do. So this is a rare moment of follow through and I'm very proud of myself for it. Thank you for providing an outlet to share and All that you do every day to keep the people informed. Yes. Go. You agree illusion yes. seriously. That is so rad. Totally deserve giving yourself. Props for the follow through to follow through can be super fucking hired and big ups for doing that in for doing something. Good. With that follow through. Amazing. Good job good job. All right. Well. I believe it's for a good news story. So everyone, thank you so much for sending them in again had two dailies, dot com, send him in. Of course tomorrow we will have REP Katie Hill and we're going to talk to. Amy Career. Oh and then we're going to have our. Daily beans meet and greet not tomorrow. But Saturday. Eleven am for Patrons Pacific Time and noon Pacific time for for the public in the theme is Brunch. Branch and I'm excited to do it. So everyone thank you so much. Any final thoughts? Jordan I do not other than thank you for your patience with the sounds of the background I love Y'all and Cuckoo those you. All right everybody enjoy. The DNC tonight it's going to be incredible.

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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"It's so well established just in general on both sides of the aisle to like to complain about it like that. Like so many times you're restricted in what you can wear in terms of messaging at school at jobs. You know that that's like a thing that I feel social contract. Wise. You know I think it's. I. Think it can be bullshit and a lot of ways. But just in terms of there being precedent for it, he knows in everybody knows that there is so much precedent for that for not being able to wear fucking light campaign things while you're working at a job at first of other private company. That's not a new thing I think the problem is that they allow blm and L. Lbj t q plus pride apparel they do allow that but they sure but they don't allow swastikas. Yeah Right. But it's like one one is in election two wins like election based also, which I think is. There's different lines I guess obviously, but there's no hatch act for private employs or anything you know obviously but I feel like one is I mean, that's really him. What he's really doing is outing himself as the party that's anti black matter because black lives matter should be something that could be you know upheld and promoted by everybody regardless of political party he's making it so it's a campaign thing and I. Totally see why corporation wouldn't be comfortable with. Their people campaigning for a certain candidates when they're on the job I 'cause I think there is a difference there. That's legitimate. True. I mean. But they also banned blue lives matter and all is matter shit. Look. I concur with and as. Jordan I. Think your point is this is a private company. They can do. You don't have First Amendment Protection Rights while you're at work at a private company I mean, yeah. My opinions are also just totally skewed because like I said I do see I see black lives matters a legitimate thing that again can be like in should be upheld by everybody and I see blue lives matter as a total just like twisting. Of that argument in a very antagonistic messaging whereas black lives matter is I don't see as it being antagonistic but yeah. So my opinions on this are totally just because of my my own very biased interpretations of all of those things and I'm just going to defend them no matter what they do know it's fine and despite your biased interpretations, this is a private company and they can make their own fucking rules. And and here he is illegally interfering in private business boycotted calling for a and goodyear while his suv the beast they call it has a big fat giant juicy goodyear tires on it like I air force one Scott Goodyear tires on it like. It's just it's just it's just the dumbest thing. and. and. It's funny. He's like. Oh you want to be a canceled culture will we will to then you can't complain about it anymore the hypocrite to. The racism, the hypocrisy, the childishness, the illegality of interfering in private business. It's just absolutely astounding and and but of course part you know. Here, we are in this day and age when we get thirteen scandals day and we have to sort of pick and choose which ones are. In your face illegal or just mildly. You know. So that's where we are unfortunately in the state of our nation. So we will all take a bath in the in the DNC speeches tonight and cleanse ourselves and everything will be fine and speaking of that speaking of cleansing ourselves and taking a bath. Awesome things we have are good news, block a little bit later Jordan, join me back for that and then right after this message though I'm GonNa. Talk with Natasha Bertrand she's national security reporter at Politico about an interesting memo that that politico obtained. From a State Department aid to.

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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"AG. How are you Jordan House things? Things are great. Yeah. Relatively it's always relative. We always say. Forever. Relative. Yeah for relatives How are you? I'm good. It's hot out today but I feel like it's just being amped up by the humidity that we're also failing. One hundred percent. and. We have a good show. We have Natasha Bertrand. She's GonNa come on and talk about this state. Department memo internal memo politico got ahold of although it was considered a sensitive but. Not classified anyway long story she'll be here to talk about that. And of course, we'll have the good news. If you want to submit your good news, how to daily beans pod, dot com and click contact and just let good news. You can also submit your quarantine confessions there and any corrections you have. And Big Show tomorrow former representative Katie Hill will be with us and she's GonNa. Talk Talk About her forthcoming book I love her. A huge admirer of hers, and of course, aimee Carrero beyond with us and we'll have a few other discussions always the good news block as well and don't forget our livestream meet-and-greet. This week has been moved. It is not on Friday on Saturday and the famous brunch. We're GONNA start at eleven am Pacific. Time for patrons an open it up to the public at noon. So I hope you join us and if you accidentally pop on Friday I'll probably be there for a few minutes to. Direct you to Saturday with those, you know those. Airplane flashlights with the long orange sticks on them. But my only have plastic lightsabres where to get those. Do they have exclusive procurement access to those things. I've never seen anyone have them other people at airports you're so right the airport supply store I guess. Who? But we do have a lot of news to.

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Chicago removes Wisconsin from its mandatory quarantine list

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago removes Wisconsin from its mandatory quarantine list

"City announcing today, Wisconsin is coming off the list of states that requires travelers entering or returning to Chicago to self quarantine for 14 days. Nebraska also coming off the list today, but Iowa and Kansas are back on again. A total of 20 states have been tagged. You can see the full list at the Chicago Department of Public Health Website Kim Gordon WG and new congressional Democrats are speaking out today against Trump Administration changes to the Postal Service leading up to the election. As millions of Americans prepared to vote by mail amid the

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Supreme Court rejects GOP request to block Rhode Island from accepting absentee ballots without witnesses

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Supreme Court rejects GOP request to block Rhode Island from accepting absentee ballots without witnesses

"Week. Meantime, the Supreme Court is weighing in upholding a lower court ruling that will make it easier to vote by mail in Rhode Island. A high court rejected the Republican request to block the ruling, which allows Rhode Island to suspend rules requiring absentee voters signed their ballots in the presence of a witness that a rule is being waved in light of the

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McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

"McDonald's is suing its former CEO over an inappropriate relationship with an employee WG and Steve Brizan Itch has that McDonald's alleges Steve Easterbrook covered up relationships with other employees and destroyed evidence. He was ousted last year over one relationship the company was aware of at the time, he told the company. There were no other similar instances. In its lawsuit, MacDonald says it has since become aware of sexual relationships between Easterbrook and at least three other employees prior to his termination company also says Easterbrook approved a special stock grant for one of those employees worth hundreds of thousands of

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A Song For Peace

The Promised Podcast

05:17 min | 2 months ago

A Song For Peace

"This is the story of a song that is in a way the story of this country in the spring of Nineteen, sixty-nine at a sidewalk cafe on Richmond Street tucked in from the corner of Dizengoff. Street in Tel Aviv a twenty four year old poet named Yakov or Janka wrote Blit met a twenty five year old musician and arranger named yet year Rosenbloom and the two men became friends the cafe was called California and the. Place, itself said something about the people who made a habit of spending their days especially, their long nights there. The first thing to know about Cafe California is what it wasn't just one hundred and twenty five meters up Dizengoff was a legendary Bohemian cafe called carseat. It had been in operation since nineteen, thirty five, and since then it was the place where you can find some of Jewish palestines and then Israel's greatest poets and writers. On Alterman and Lebron's Sean Ski. Lay. Goldberg. Alexander Penn great writers who had been young and who grew old drinking coffee in the afternoon and vodka in Iraq at night at the simple spare tables of cassette alongside these luminaries in the nineteen sixties. New Generation staked claims at the table, the actor or. The singer Oregon Stein the architect Yaakov wreck there and many others cafe California was not seat from its vantage half of long block away even the young people at seat where old carseat was yesterday's Bohemia California was today's Cafe California was founded in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine by a man named Ab Netanyahu who was only thirty two. Then that had lived a good deal of life. Netanyahu was born in nineteen twenty seven in the southwest corner of what is now Iran in a place called Abedin on the Persian Gulf just. Across the border from Bosra not far from Kuwait at six he was sent to board at Saint. Mary's a Jesuit School in Mumbai where you had an aunt, his parents abandoned. Persia. For India when he was twelve at sixteen and Nineteen, forty three, he lied about his age and joined the Royal Indo British Air Force in time after he trained to watch the Second World War wind down at twenty one he came to fight in Israel's war of independence and never left taking a job as an El Al pilot when he was decommissioned. It was with a few restless L. Buddies that Netanyahu opened cafe. California soon, it was filled with the city's young wannabe writers, directors and poets the people most eager to knock from their sinecures the city's old writers, directors, and poets who argued and held forth at carseat. Ab Thanh was a magnet for Bohemians and he came alive when he was with Bohemians, their company produced in him at once a sense of satisfaction. He had found his people but also a sense of restlessness eighty, nine ton was in constant search of his next Gig in nineteen sixty five he ran for Knesset advice of a friend who worked in PR he pledged that if he was elected, he would fly to Egypt to meet with General Nasser to seek peace after he failed to win a seat in parliament, he anyway bought a nineteen twenty seven steer. Men by playing that, he named piece one on February twenty, eighth nineteen, sixty six, he took off and flying low to avoid Israeli radars he landed in Port Saieed the Egyptians sent him back the next day Nassar had refused to see him back home a retired David Ben Gurion told reporters that not tons trip was an event of moral and political importance and quote pope. Pious gave him a medal of peace and Robert Kennedy and Bertrand Russell sought out his company not much later the notion took hold of Natanz, that music held the key to altering. Israeli. In the summer of Nineteen Sixty Nine AB NATANZ bought a Dutch cargo ship named MVP SEATO MVP stands for motor vessel and he rechristened it the MVP piece from Holland he sailed to New York to raise money and set up a shipboard radio station. His plan was to anchor in the Mediterranean outside territorial waters of Egypt and Israel and broadcast songs of peace that might open the minds of Israelis any. Alike his sojourn to New York stretched biblically three years would pass before he returned with ship in good repair with mixers, turntables, ABC cartridge machines, reel to reel tape machines, and fifty kilowatt transmitter to help not on- by what he needed John. Lennon. And Yoko Ono signed hundreds of posters of the two of them in bed in Amsterdam their famous bet in which not on sold to raise money for audio equipment. John Lennon also offered not time yet. Rolls. Royce grads to sell at auction, but the practical impediments of shipping the grand car stymied the business, the carpenters, Johnny Mathis and other musicians recorded for non promotional clips in praise of peace. Not an idea was that new music might open minds in Israel Egypt. The station eventually began to broadcast in nineteen seventy-three as the voice of peace

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Alan Parker, Director of ‘Bugsy Malone,’ ‘Midnight Express,’ Dies at 76

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Alan Parker, Director of ‘Bugsy Malone,’ ‘Midnight Express,’ Dies at 76

"British filmmaker Alan Parker, whose movies include Bugsy Malone did not Express and Evita has died. He was 76 had suffered a long illness. Parker was one of Britain's most successful directors. Other films include Fame, Mississippi, Burning the Commitments and Angela's

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3 Chicago police officers, suspect shot on NW Side during arrest; 2 other officers injured

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

3 Chicago police officers, suspect shot on NW Side during arrest; 2 other officers injured

"Officers were shot this morning outside the Grand Central Police Station on Grand Avenue as police transported a Carjacking suspect there. Superintendent David Brown spoke outside Illinois Masonic Hospital. Or some of the officers are being treated for a number one. Has a gunshot wound to the chin. He was shot in his vest. He's currently being treated. Here. Officer number two As a gunshot wound to his best it did not penetrate. He's being treated at Loyola Hospital officer Number one has had have breeding to put in the doctor there say they were working to stabilize him. As of about 45 minutes ago, another officer was shot in the hip to other officers suffered chest pains. The suspect also

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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

06:09 min | 3 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Mean if they're told that they're being used as tools of. Russian or Ukrainian propaganda? To interfere in the election, then all of their claims about the dossier, being improper foreign interference will just fall on deaf ears because they will essentially be doing the exact same thing. And the laundering term here, I just found fascinating to and I think that it kind of helps explain sort of what the utilization of Congress to get this disinformation into into the American public is about which you know when you launder money, you take illegal illegally gotten dollars. You spend it on some shit. You sell the Shit you get the money back. It's clean now and knots money laundering in a nutshell trump knows all about it, but when you're laundering sort of information what I think what they're trying to say here and correct me if I'm wrong. Is that you've got this? This really dirty Giuliani parnasse fraud guarantee whatever for Taj funded bullshit information, coming from Ukraine and pro pro Russian backed people in Ukraine into the United States. They used wikileaks before now. They're using Congress to make it legitimate that the laundering aspect of of this that we're seeing. Yeah, that's exactly the allegation that they're making because they know that. At this point. No one's GonNa take anything that folks like Dirk, catching Giuliani and all them seriously unless they're like fringe, far-right media outlets like one American news, which has given them a platform for all of this, so it's made its way into American. American, news outlet, but not a legitimate one and it hasn't picked up much traction in terms of you know actually substantiating allegations against Joe Biden so the way that they're kind of getting it into the bloodstream is through. This investigation is through Congress calling people to testify to give depositions about something so that they can release a report. You know a couple of weeks before the election that outlines alleged wrongdoing by the vice president and his son, in which kind of inserts doubt into the American consciousness about who Joe Biden really is, and so that you know in twenty sixteen. It was wikileaks. wikileaks and the press, and now they say it's Congress doing the dirty work. Yeah, and you have to wonder how this info is getting to Ron Johnson or or Congress in the in the first place, because then you gotta wonder about. Are they? Lobbyists, are they? Have they registered as a foreign agent on behalf of whoever's feeding the information? I mean it's. It's really there's just so much. This is the I mean. This is a second muller investigation potentially. Do you know what I mean? It's this huge. It's that big. Yeah, it's a great point I mean this is yet another example of. I, mean, we're just repeating the same thing from two thousand sixteen. It's slightly different, but it's the exact same playbook, and again like we haven't gotten any good answers from Republicans about what they've actually received from these people because Dirk for example has actually hired lobbyists to represent him to set up meetings and talks with people in the White House and on Capitol Hill so it's not even that they're using cut outs at this point, it seems to be direct contact. And direct information sharing so wh- whether we see what that actually looks like in any kind of report, their release that remains to be seen, but as for right now there's just really no transparency into the process whatsoever. Well, I suppose the silver lining here is that most people probably just ignore what Ron Johnson is doing anyway. So you, know I mean I. think that I. think that I I. I have a feeling that people's minds are sort of made up if you know what I mean. Yeah and this is not something that's picked up much traction as I mentioned before, and that's why Kinda. The Biden campaign has been so reluctant to address it. They don't want to inadvertently elevate the claims and rebutted everything, but they say it of return because they just think that the American people aren't paying attention to it anyway. I don't buy into it but at the same time there is this feeling that you have to expose it for what it is. which is a foreign operation to impact the election because these people. People in Ukraine they don't want to see someone who is necessarily tougher on corruption as Joe. Biden proved himself to be in the in the in the administration, become president of the United States on. So this is something that is is kind of a repeat of always on two thousand sixteen, but and the way that the Biden campaign now is dealing with it as trying to be a little bit more aggressive, especially given so many people at the top of the Biden Campaign dealt with this directly twenty sixteen people like Tony Blinken. who were in the administration having to confront this head on and scrambling now? They're trying to to really. Be caught off guard and nip in the bud. And speaking of that Joe you did a piece on Joe, Biden's new well, he came out pretty aggressively against foreign interference in our elections recently this week he did yeah, and this was actually. I'm told kind of the results of a lot of pressure by by outside advisers, informal visors and my people in his campaign team. who were like look? You know what if something were to happen in the waning days at the election in October Ukraine's released something? That's like a doctor tape or something edited. That's just like a November October whatever September even. Even surprise and the public doesn't understand that this is all been part of a concerted coordinated operation essentially it's it's just not tenable to leave it to the last minute to respond to this kind of thing, so that's why they're trying to build the groundwork and lay lay the groundwork to to show that this is something that's nefarious. been in the works really for about you know over a year now. Yeah, well, thank you so much for coming on and explaining this to us I. This is a massive story. congrats on the scoop and. I think that you know I mean. We've gone over all the points, so we just have to wait and see what happens. National Security correspondent for Politico Natasha Bertrand. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks for having me all right everybody. We'll be right back after this. Quick break, so stay with us. Everybody G here. Helping daily beans.

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"bertrand" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Members and number two. We're going to protect the business because we saw the dip coming with all our small business customers. We did do furloughs. Yeah, and did a slight reduction in force. And we're monitoring the results every day, Excited to bring those team members back, but we everybody understood. We all locked arms that you have to have a healthy company coming out of this. And so we're seeing as I mentioned the uptick in the business. Tonight, and I'm excited about what we're seeing in the market and the ability for people to get back to work and socialize. So my guess is there's going to be a market for exactly what you people are all about going forward, so I can't imagine you won't be anything but successful, and I am impressed with how adaptable people are. Take face mask, for instance. Nobody heard of them before then we didn't want to wear him Now for a lot of us. It's becoming very second nature. So maybe some of these protocols you're talking about will be much easier for us all to assimilate to once we get back human, though. 10 minutes ago. It seemed very, very alien. So I'm I'm betting on you guys. Dan. Good luck. I very much appreciate you have a great day. President CEO barcodes ink Hundreds of employees in the Chicago area It's 12 43. It's time for the wind trust business Minute wind the clock. It's time for the wind Trust. Business Minute, your daily round up of Chicago area business news. You're going to have to eat your quarter pounder in the car for another three weeks, at least. Chicago based McDonald's is delaying plans to reopen its dining rooms as the number of covert cases continues to grow. Level X, a Chicago Tech company that makes video games for doctors to learn medical skills has been purchased by a German company called Brain Lab. Level. X tell Chicago in it plans to add its number of employees. It also plans to release new games in the areas of dermatology. Orthopedics and oncology over the next year, and Northbrook based Crate and Barrel is looking for its third CEO in six years. Neela Montgomery is leaving, they say to pursue new opportunities. Crayton Barrel says the successor will be named shortly. It's the Wintrust business Minute. I'm Steve Bertrand. Thank you. Steve Bertrand, Let's check on traffic..

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"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

"Okay. Where'd you think this conversation was going to go? I was biology. Listen I first of all I handled that interview very very well did not correct him for saying Andrey. Andrei but I know he's French and he's also my friend, but I know there's viewers because I saw social media. Right even give you a physical copy of the book. Yes, he did. Yes. He stopped. I thought I thought I know you send it in the beginning show that you gotta digital copy copy, not a physical Henry. I requested it I got a knickebocker winkle shirt. I get whatever I want. People send me stuff my hours. Is Gabby address? Another dog Gabby Gabby. Stay quiet till divas divas. No I I was going to confess that the first time I saw Andre the giant. Was Not in a wrestling ring, but actually the episode of the six million dollar man when he play bigfoot. If you had the opportunity. Would you? If you could have a daddy soda with anyone? If they said Rick Flair. Or Andre the giant? Who would you want to have Daddy Soda? would-be ric flair I mean because ric flair's my favorite wrestler of all time, but also to that Andrei could be ornery man like he may not like me and he may. Keep. You Buy. I also think you really like saying Ron editor bear, think you have you have a romantic tone to you and you say that because you say is I last all the time and I. also laugh what he said used to be one of those fads I. could totally pitcher be bully like bomb rushing through the fabric? Get Out of my way. You're fucking mock. Picture that. Can take a picture with you. That man. Andre Anri whatever birger there bear. Bear go out to the Open H. let's go out to the people's mailman. At Texas, people's May, a man gives us an Andrea memory, my friend. Oil going, be that same one. You Got Dave first time ever so Andre was six million dollar man. Yeah I mean I mean I gotta be honest. That's the first time I saw. Hundred giant was on the six million dollar man. And, there's one you might. I don't know if you'll remember the show the greatest American hero. Store on that to did he really I did not know that I have to go back and watch the greatest America. who he was. Yeah. But I. To Sense. All right. You gotTa People's Mailman for a second I didn't know if that was the people's Mailman Bertrand. A bear I mean I think they found. They sound very similar with their access ops. Egg is first and last name. What is wrong with you? You're a journalist I'm here with Tommy Dreamer Tommy Tommy Dreamer all the time. What's wrong with you? You're losing your journalistic integrity. Journal host is a food. Journalist talk show host. There's a difference so if I choose to call him the author of that Book Bertrand a bear continuously without just saying his first because Bertrand I I I you know why I, don't know if I'm saying it right. I was almost half expecting him to interrupt me and say that's I say my name. He's Nice, plus he's Canadian. They will not correct us. They're. Not, all Canadians are nice. Let me tell you something ever go to Montreal. Just told the story. Thanks for listening. Thanks for listening catches. Monday through Saturday. I'm busted open from nine am to noon eastern on Sirius Xm by Nation Channel One. Fifty, six, the busted open. PODCAST..

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"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

"Dancer was. That is legacy. Linked to one hulk was GONNA get, and and we were told also that Andrew was very business smart to the wrestling business, and obviously anyways decision in that case were. Perfectly the the perfect decision, so I think they would that very rare com combined action of a opponents that I've drawn money I just everywhere they went, and that is going to be forever. Wanted the biggest and the most successful program WWe history. Do you have a favorite moment of Andrea or like where you saw him live to. Oh my God. action the first show. We ever went to the forum. I think in eighty. something. Long, but that was amazing. It was Stanton's and Andrey, and it was the return of wrestling the Montreal forum actor years. Without so there, and that was a big deal. and you know seeing and we live and in person because. I actually the first show we attempted to do as it can go as a kid was supposed to be and big John. Stott and that was another sell out that the old post-soviet arena and you know we to go convince my dad to go on the same day, and we actually missed the show, because it was sold out and just the fear of the lobby of earring, the crowd roar as the show was starting, even though we were stuck outside. That to me was an amazing memory, and so to finally see a metaphor master after that that was just. very special, and and you know generally told us how amazing he was drawing out side of the wrestling fans. Because just people knowing that Andrea. The giant a giant was in town, was enough to people to arresting show. That would have never gone anyways, so I remember that very only started a bunch y'all singles. It's fun. You mentioned Oh. Sorry And we're starting with the same thing That was pretty crazy I. I was in say it's funny that you say about wrestling Montreal. One of my favorite parts about it sometimes I park my car at the hotel and just walk to the building, because most of us would stay right next door to the to the venue. And when you mentioned the lobby, it was one of the few times that the lobby was packed with wrestling fans where you almost had A. Fight your way to get to the elevator and then I remember even after that like it wasn't i. don't WanNa. Say Safe, but you couldn't just park your car. Like I couldn't walk to my hotel. which only a block because there were so many fans outside and I think that's what makes the Mont Montreal territory, but makes Montreal so special because wrestling fans from Montreal, Chewy love and appreciate the wrestlers and wrestling. For years, I mean that was the thing I mean for years I was that guy at the back of the forum trying to get autographs and pictures with with the wrestlers. So it is a tradition. If you will and before a show, it's always a very special. atmosphere in the lobby and people are very excited about this show I, remember our last show here for me and it was a new building, so there was that excitement of being there and seeing that the wrestler live, and there's nothing like seeing a show live, and there was nothing like seeing Andrey life for the first time or even the second or third time. Amazing talking to you again, the book is called the eighth wonder of the world. The true story of Andre the giant, it's available now I put it up on my social media a link where you can purchase the book and please do because I'm telling you once start reading. You're not going to be able to put it down. And Bertrando bear I mean fantastic book once again you're killing it. You know I for somebody who was a fan and our offering these amazing books. We really appreciate the time today. Thank you very much for the invitation and we WANNA. Thank all the fans that I've bought the book so far in little that we will and we, we've put a lot of love and in in those projects, and because we want to write something that we would enjoy his fans, so I think we can reach the hand in all of. Your home for all things combat sports. Is Sirius Xm Fight Nation Start Your Day with Hall of fame. Pro Wrestling's on busted open. We spent these men and women that build the business and the Aachen. BARRANCO keeps you up to date on all things. Boxing boxing is the fear of young expect and Gary Thomas. has you covered for mixed martial art? Hogan is the most important influence in all of the fighting broken down like nowhere else only on Sirius Xm. By nascent one fifty-six. Really Cool Talk Into Bertrand Day bear the eighth wonder of the World The true story of Andre The giant amazing author like you said he did the mad dog. Book did the book helped Patterson with his book accepted, which I thought was a very good read as well and I tweeted out Tommy about. You know your favorite Andre the giant memories and. We got Joe North Carolina mentioned the Princess Bride Map. Brown mentioned the six million dollar man episode are Good Frank Ken Reedie said you know the Piper's pit with Hogan and Andrei there. The shirt being ripped often piper, saying you're bleeding with the broken cross i. mean put, it's it's amazing, though that a lot of people are tweeting princess bride princess bride more than more than any other of his wrestling. Wrestling memories now a lot of that problem. We have to do with the fact that you know we have some you know. Some younger audiences in his heyday was probably be over the age of forty two really relive a lot of his main memories as a wrestler, but it shows you the impact of Andrei that you're getting a lot of TV and movie when it comes to favorite memories about Andrea. Well I remember him on the six million dollar, man and David. As you know I don't lie, I would like to confess something here on the air. You're ready. Go ahead. is going to shock you. I think you know what before you say Tommy I think I'm going to have the same answer as you but go right ahead. I've never seen the princess bride. Oh that went another way. How did that go another way? You've never seen the princess bride. Nope, I seen clips of it. I I don't like those like hamlet type of movies never liked it, and I know Andre was in it and I know it's a comedy. I'll probably go back and watch it somehow someway now, but now I've never seen the princess bride well I'll say this Tom. I've said this to bully on the air many times. Times like if the movie has a castle in it I automatically hate it. I hate those period movies with the Victorian dresses and all that Shit. I hate any movie like that like the bully comes on the air. You Know Victoria Abdul and all that crap horrible. Don't want to watch it. Don't care but I will say this. Tommy to princess bride is a classic. It is a comedy I mean you have Billy Crystal you have Peter Falk. It's an amazing. And you have Andrei and Andrei and just a small Cameo Appearance Andres in this movie a lot on me. You have to watch the princess bride amazing movie well, I'm actually not going to watch it because Andrea didn't call in so mad at them for that..

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"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

08:04 min | 4 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

"For the invitation. I'm here now very very cool to have you on, and you know there was the HBO documentary not too long ago and I really think this is an amazing detailed companion to the documentary. Amazing read that goes very very quickly because boy, as you know the life and the career of Andre. The giant is like no other. Yeah, that's true. I mean the documents area. Eighty, some minutes to draw dwelled into that life and then into that career so. We were able to go so much deeper. into his already days in France through is starting to get noticed outside of France to early career in Japan. Then you know is entry in North America to Montreal in finding me. Getting to Vince McMahon senior and at the time. W W, you have and becoming the legend that he is. How hard because I know you, you know you wrote Patterson's book. How hard or difficult was it? To Tell Andre Story with Andrea, not being alive as opposed to pat where you're talking to patent. PATS wreck you know. Talking about his own life. I mean we work on the mad dog, rashawn biography as well so we had some experience in working with with a subject that at passed away, but Andrew did not laugh as much interviews as Maurice did actually, and it's totally different process. at my partner worked on the HBO Documentary Brian dwelled into the research of new papers, and as early days in friends, and he did made a lot of contact with the family, but we've been in contact with his nephew. Since the first book we wrote about the Montreal Resting Territory. My Dog's just screw jobs so from there. You know it was a slow process to go to that Andrew Subject after the documentary and. Much more difficult in the sense that you have to dig a little bit deeper, but they were so lucky that there were still people out there like a Stan, and or meanwhile Oakland. We Chines of you've heard a book. WH- known Andrea on a more personal level, and at are still were still there at the time to speak with us and we were to. To to get a portrait and There was a quite a few more French if you'd. Andrew left the island as well if we were able to use, that were much more personal and less wrestling storyline oriented, so you know we did a lot of digging. I think there's like closer ten pages of reference at the end, so we tried to made it. The Best Book and the ultimate book about Andrew's life and I think I mean so far that we getting a lot of love about the book and we're very proud of it. You know the book starts with Wrestlemainia three and nineteen eighty-seven. That's like the introduction. To the book and I think that's probably especially a lot of younger fans. That's the moment and that's the match that most people remember even though the WWF posted that as the first ever match between Andre and Hogan. Not. Necessarily true probably have to go back another ten years to really find their first match together right. Yeah. I mean they've been working together. Almost since all kind of became a star and end, we saw hulk as potential successor somebody that could actually the be the next Andrea, if you will so, and that's why he made his life a little difficult at first and ultimate know that led us to the WRESTLEMAINIA match which way? The. With the match on on on every show it opens the show of every wrestling that the present on television and I suspect that it's going to be that forever. because that is the centerpiece of their have Matala G so That's how important entry is I mean. People will never are not born. Yeah, are GONNA become fan of professional wrestling are GONNA learn about Andrea giant because he's so important to. that WWe mythology. was there something After you answer your question, I'll tell you something. What mean Dave just found fascinating. was there something that in your own book or your own discovery? That totally blow your mind away like about a story of Andrei or something that happened where you just like Whoa, like we have those. You're a big fan, too, but something that you did not see coming or just something. You like really really proud to share beside I, mean, of course the will book, but just on that totally caught you off guard. Well I mean there. There was always a lot of Trio! Territory buffing. That's where I I love to learn wrestling. So learning you a superstar believe he was the one new. Track I always suspected that Wendy sold his share of the Montreal wrestling territory that more to do with Vince Junior, moving in with the expansion and having to be exclusive, and just you know that scene logical at the time, but it seems that you know there was some conflict at on the inside and that you know Bravo and android didn't go when when along too good, and that had after tour of Japan for. For, Andrew to request that they buy back his chair, but he was a little bit hurt by that because he felt pushed out. That's now all the Gino Brito remembers it. because Andrew was not one to lose a lot of time about explaining and and spending a lot of tying in conflict, so he just moved on, but I was surprised. Because that's that's not the answer. I was expecting I was gonNA find. Wow when Dave and I did territories with the AWA, you told an amazing story that really would've changed the landscape of professional wrestling when Hogan was in the Awa and he was. You know kept losing to Nick Bob Wingo coming oh-so-close, and they did some screw job finishes. They were going to basically do Hogan winning the title From Bach. Winkle on CBS, but the back story of that and it was gonna be you know three what three years before a wrestlemainia happened and it was going to be on national television because they were working on a deal with CBS, the back story of that Andre was going to win a number, one contenders battle royal and they were gonNA. Do Hogan vs Andrei on CBS. Nationally before ever happened and annot. The matches had happened before, but this would have been a much bigger prediction. The entire face of wrestling would have changed, and Andre was just ready to go for because he would get his bookings from Vince and then right after that they pulled Hogan Hogan went, and then they pulled Andre from the territory, but I mean if you just imagine what could have happened if that. Maybe mania would not have sold out at the Pontiac. Silverdome mean Dave were blown away with those ramifications. I mean that obviously I mean that that would be news because like like I mentioned I mean everything that it'd be w. we build around the wrestling match and everything that would follow in and we go into that engine details I. Mean if you think about something treat everything that follows from survivor series to summer slam to the Royal. Rumble is build on their first goal going out on the Andrea and organs huge so I mean that match whatever see national light like that on CBS before W W we got. On the program at the national level. I mean it would have changed everything of course. Oh go ahead. Sorry Dave you. Know. No, no, I, because I was just saying about you.

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"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on Busted Open

"Open podcast. This is Dave La Brecca and with me today, the innovator of violence, the landlord of the House of hardcore himself by TAG team. Partner. Tommy, Dreamer. Definitely, a wacky Wednesday stuff that went down. Today was really extreme. It was we add Deanna Paraiso on the show, the Virtuoso we see her on impact wrestling, making impact the last couple of weeks, and then at the end, Tommy, we get a running from your knockouts. Champion Jordan Grace Yeah unscripted and live. We're live buddy. Sometimes things go arise, and now Dave Ura you're all over social media ended. In a good way, yeah, both hate me and that's fine because it wouldn't be the first to women that don't like me, also, it doesn't matter you know why Tommy. Because I made a do best friend today, and his name is Bertrand a bear who joins us today to talk about his book, the eighth wonder of the World The true story of Andre the giant. The man, the myth, the legend Andre, the giant people still talk about and people have his tattoos. He is the eighth wonder of the world for a reason all garden. And again, some great stories from his book again. The author Bertrand a bear joining us right now. That's right Bertrand Abe. Bear right now. On the busted open podcast..

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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

11:18 min | 6 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Hey everybody welcome back joining me today for the interview with politico national security correspondent and MSNBC contributor and Natasha Bertrand and Tasha. Thank you for speaking with me today. Yeah I'm young. Yeah no problem so so. I've studying and parsing this recent report released by the Senate Select Committee on intelligence which I'd like to remind. Everyone is still chaired by Republican Richard. Burr and I've spoken to this week already spoken to David priests about it and Frank Lenzi about it and that was mostly about the body of the report. As it pertains to you know the proper predication for opening the Russia investigation et Cetera. But then I got to the end you know I just. I didn't get to the end until recently and there are these comments by Senator Wyden additional remarks and a couple things a couple of things struck me and I wanted to ask you because I know you tweeted about this He wants us to understand that. The report doesn't only support the intelligence community assessment that Russia interfered in our elections to help trump in two thousand sixteen. But he says why didn't hear says it also debunks trump's false assertions about Ukraine. How does this report do that? Yeah so one of trump's conspiracy theories since he was elected really has been that the DNC the Democratic National Committee was actually hacked by Ukrainians. And it something to do with. The group has something to do with the DNC server being in Ukraine and cloud strike being owned by Ukrainian which is not true. All of this kind of nonsense that his own advisers tried to wave him off pretty early on In his presidency. But that really just stuck with him probably because he had Putin in his ear telling him that Ukraine not Russia was responsible for hacking DNC and releasing all of those emails in two thousand sixteen. So what this report with the SEC- report does that came out this week is it definitively says that the assessment the intelligence community made in twenty seventeen about Russia's election and your parents was fundamentally correct that it was the Russians who hacked the DMC and it doesn't say that in so many words what it says is that because a lot of this report is blocked out. What it says is that they found these judgements to be analytically. Sound and that there was an appropriate amount of analysts and Good sourcing that went into this determination including the attribution to the Russians The basically the entire section is redacted including sections on motivation. But what we do then. Is We go back to the ICA intelligence near the assessment. We see what they said about. Of course the the Hammadi and see what they say is that they can attribute the cyber attacks on the political organizations. Which of course was the Democrats in two thousand sixteen to Russia? And so you know you go back. Is this your report? They say they find that to be sound. You're basically debunking the president's conspiracy theories about Ukraine Yeah and I can't help but wonder what's under those redacted par portions of Putin's role in Putin's goals in this and if it has to do with putting the blame on Ukraine. I mean we can sit here and guess what's under those forever but it's just. I thought it was very very fascinating that Ron Wyden. Just put this at the end of the report lake. Just a couple of things that I WANNA point out. I mean I think we were told that By Senator Kaine not what's under? The reductions is primarily predominantly like ninety nine point nine percent having to do with Sourcing so for Putin's motivations enroll for example. It most likely has to do with the person inside the Kremlin that the US government has been running as a source Because that's really the only way that you could get it at Putin's short of intercepts. I mean having someone near Putin and his inner circle hearing him express his preferred candidate. is really one of the only ways you can get a definitive read on on his motivation. So that that would be my guess. It's sources method stuff. Yeah Yeah and we did have that guy that was eventually pulled out a like a deep. Kremlin's by that had to come back exactly could be him could be peop- somebody would never heard of but yeah that's definitely all has to remain redacted But it's just it's absolutely fascinating and then and then and then this just freaks me out. It goes on to say and I haven't heard this come up in a while it with regards to the Russian interference he says he's concerned about Department of Homeland Security and the intelligence communities assessments. Lack of commentary on the vote tally manipulation. What does that? What is he referring to? Yes so I think what he means is that he they. There wasn't enough kind of investigation or really any kind of investigation done into whether there was any there was no forensic investigation done rates. There were intelligence gaps and there were caveats that were not included in the public version of the and that of course is alarming because the icy and administration officials have been saying for years. Now that there is no evidence that any votes were changed and that of course kind of conveyed a sense of certainty To the American public that you know they have competence when they went to the voting booth but Ron wideness. Egg is that there were serious. Gaps indeed Jesse's assessment and this to my knowledge and you pointed this out earlier is seems like it's the first that lawmakers come out and actually called D H s out on this So you know. I think it's really important to go back and recall that it's always been. There's no evidence for this. We haven't seen evidence of it. It's never been you know. This is definitively not what happened. So I think it's an ongoing saga with regard to the actual vote counts but the election structure to my knowledge has has improved a bit of twenty sixteen but it really hasn't improved as much as it needs to. Yano and he brings up. You know paper ballots. Landmark paper ballots something auditable. A paper trail Some things that people are obviously concerned about and and it's not even like That there's no evidence that they didn't even look into it and because Muller said this in his report at least from his vantage point with his investigation he's like I can't tell you if votes if the vote count was manipulated because I did not even investigate that and so and of course you know the the. There's going to be certain people who take that to mean. The Votes. Were not manipulated. But here's Ron wyden saying we don't know if they were and we need to know these kinds of things and I wanNA bring that to everyone's attention right exactly bananas. What occurred what a interesting timing to you. Know with the whole release bars release or the. Mci Rick Grenell's release of the DOJ AIG's footnotes and. It's yeah I mean. I think there's a reason why those have been selectively leaked to from journalists Of course of course the most all say about that. It was like the selective leaks of the struck page texts. You know in the middle of the night from the Department of Justice. But don't say where you got them right exactly. Yeah I mean I. I don't think anything is a coincidence. These days right so you know it. Can't it really can't be and now this last minute thing? I wanted to ask you about just because of your. I know your background rick. Bright the doctor Totally off subject here. But this doctor who is now like a live action whistleblower coming out of a federal health agency working on a vaccine. Saying I was taken out of my job because I was pushing back against Hydroxy Cora Quentin And I just find that absolutely absolutely fascinating that we have a live. Real time whistleblower. That didn't get punted by some deny are pushed aside by the Department of Justice. So I think this is going to be a fascinating story. Yeah this is going to be a big fight. Especially because I mean he hired the same lawyers that represented Christine Wasi Ford. He is clearly going very big on this like he leaked the statement. I The New York to Miami near times to ensure maximum exposure. So he is going all out. I mean when he was fired a few days ago we ERC when he was tired when he was reassigned a few days ago we all thought that was very very weird. It was very abrupt and our health folks just said that it just didn't smell right so it makes sense now that the truth is coming out on but it just goes to show that like this administration will will do virtually anything to make sure that trump looks good And that he is above all else you know seen as seen correct encinas doing. What's right in this situation? So even at the expense of actual expertise so it's going to be a an interesting storyline to follow just a personal question not personal but personally wouldn't why do you think trump pushed hydroxy. Clark when so hard I? It doesn't seem like it's a profitable drug. Do you think it was just to some way to get reelected. Like what was his motive. You know it's possible that he there are a couple of things that could be possible. The first is that he had rudy Giuliani in his ear. constantly. Who has been pushing this for weeks and weeks? Not Months as a potential cure rudy. Giuliani is someone who's extremely influential on. Who Trump really respects and he has been talking to the president for a long time about this. So that's one thing it's like. Trump has a tendency to just do in say with whoever you know whatever was locked in his ear from whoever But another yeah. Another possibility is the more cynical one which is that. He just wanted a cure and quick And he thought that it might speed things off and reopen the economy. Which of course he needs to to potentially reelected so there are a couple of reasons. The New York Times floated the possibility. Of course he has some stock in some companies that may benefit from it. But it doesn't seem like it's enough money to actually really make a difference for him but you know Kurnia them all that you really can't You can't write it off. Yeah no and maybe not an actual cure but maybe a. You know a figurative cure. That can't be disproven. You know not kind of kind of Shit. Who knows I assume some day somebody will dig it up and we'll figure it out? Well thank you so much everybody. Thank you for listening national security correspondent for Politico Natasha Bertrand. Thank you again for speaking to me. Thank you all right. Everybody coming up next. Is the good news block. You don't want to miss it today. We all need it. Stick around..

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"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Dot com slash daily beans. That's the zebra dot com slash daily. Beans Again T. H. E. Z. E. B. R. A. dot com slash daily beans. You'll be glad you. Hey everybody welcome back. Thanks for joining me today. There is some new polling out and I wanted to share these numbers with you From a morning consult poll. Only fourteen percent of Americans say which would stop social distancing to stimulate the economy even if it means increasing the spread of the virus whereas seventy six percent say Americans should continue to social distance for as long as necessary even if it means economic damage. Seventy six percent of Americans not Democrats American seventy. You can't get seventy six percent of America to agree on anything but they agree on this. We should continue to social distance for as long as necessary and a Quinnipiac poll says seventy two percent of Florida. Voters say that Florida should not loosen social distancing rules. Seventy two percent of Florida says this They should not loosen rules. By the end of April twenty two percent say they should and seventy six percent say that the state's economy should only reopened when public health officials? Deem IT SAFE I. I'm assuming that means as opposed to politicians probably a wise choice. Seventy six percent of Florida voters. No Yeah Florida voters and a new Reuters. Ipsos poll Reuters and put these polls out. Seventy two percent of adults in the United States. Said people should stay at home until doctors and public. Health officials say at safe and that includes eighty percent of Democrats who are the twelve percent. That's weird that seems low fifty five percent of Republicans say we should stay at home until doctors and public health officials. Tell us it's okay. And seventy percent of independence. Big Number right there. Independent swing elections. So that is a big big number. Seventy seven and ten independence. These are encouraging poll numbers in the face of governors like Rhonda Santa's in Florida and camp and Georgia who are reopening businesses without even meeting the gate and criteria for phase one reopening set forth by the trump's by the trump task force the White House Task Force and Camp in Georgia appears to be opening businesses that require actual contact between the client and the provider like the opposite of the businesses. You would open I. And he's naming that he's like he's calling them out like body piercing shops TATTOO PARLORS. Nail salons hair salons a massage studios. I'm surprised he's not. You know opening up vomit oriels or GDP inspiration point where people make out hug city. Come to hug city and you know in the store where everyone's face but David masterson positive something more sinister on twitter. He says this is about making sure people can't file an employment. It isn't about saving lives. It's certainly not about the peak of the curve. It's not about reopening the economy. He says he thinks a lot of people are going to ignore the governor. And stay home regardless. This isn't a decision. He says being driven by Epidemiology. If there's no state order calling for businesses to be closed the people who are unemployed can no longer claim their unemployment is involuntary even if it would be utter idiocy for them to return to work a hairdresser or a massage. Therapist cannot maintain social distance. But they can certainly file for relief unless the law says they can work. So gyms fitness centers bowling alleys. Where y'all share shoes and body art studios barbers cosmetologists hair designers NAIL CARE? Artists AESTHETICIANS School there and they're beauty schools and massage therapists not banks not software firms. Not Factories not schools and he says it's no coincidence that the businesses on this list staffed by relatively poor people because that's who he wants off the unemployment rolls and then he says after they die. Well they're mostly black and Brown people or Asian people or poor people and that's an acceptable political loss for Republican governor. The purpose of this he says is not to open up these businesses. It's to get the workers there off the Dole work and die or don't work so that was a twitter thread that I read. I read it and this is just an. It's a theory you know. These are just beans. they're not my beans but I wanted to share that with you and I wanted to see what you all thought of that But that guy's name is David Masterson and you can find. It Re tweeted on my twitter feed at muller she wrote all right and and oddly trump said today in the White House press briefing. I know don't usually talk about them but this made the news. He said he disagrees with Kemp on opening up based on a model that says Georgia and eleven. Other states shouldn't open until June eighth. It is April Twenty. Second Twenty third if you're listening M- on Wednesday June eighth. This model says but trump was very soft on this. He said however he didn't mention the June eighth date any said Well I disagree with what he's doing but he's the governor. He can do what he wants to do what he needs to do. So the buck clearly doesn't stop with Teflon Don and a doctor said today. He was removed from a key. Federal Agency in charge of developing a vaccine for Corona virus after pushing for rigorous testing of hydroxy chloroquine. The doctors names Rick. Bright was a career official and he was leading the administration's push for a vaccine but says he was pushed out for trying to limit the use of hydroxy chloroquine. We'll talk about this whistle blower a little more in detail in a bit with Natasha Bertrand. But he has hired Christine Blase. Ford's lawyers and he's he's and his name is out there. He's not. He's not threatened by exposure from bill bar in his bully assholes and in another story here the head of the CDC. Dr Redfield said we're going to. He told The Washington Post. We're going to have the flu. Epidemic Corona virus epidemic at the same time that could be devastating but he said today when asked about at the press briefing that he he. He did. Say that he he actually. There's no but here. He confirmed that those were his remarks. Twice and that This spring what we just went through. We had the benefit of having the flu season. Beat over so we could. We could use all of our flu systems to say this corona virus but next fall and winter we're going to have to viruses and we'll have to differentiate between the two and he says the comments. I made Are that that will make it more difficult. Not impossible just difficult and What I was wanting to do is appeal to the public that they really can help by getting the flu vaccine so we can eliminate as much as possible because we don't have a vaccine for Corona Virus. But we do have a vaccine for flu. He he did not mention or comment on his word devastating though and at that point trump but it said that the headline in The Washington Post was wrong though And the headline said that it will be more devastating and Redfield at was asked out again. Did you mean that? Did you say that? And he he again said He. He confirms what he told The Washington Post but he did not affirm or deny that he used the word devastating but trump insisted that he did not know when a reporter a woman by the way asked Redfield. Why did you re tweet the article? If the headline was inaccurate at which point redfield just left the podium and trump pointed the woman with his index finger pointed at her and said you weren't called. You weren't called scolded her and then Burke Scott up and said she wanted to address. The word devastating. She said we've well. We've learned a lot and we're building together in the strength of the American people and their ability to protect themselves and we have this summer to prepare for the fall if cova comes back so we're preparing making sure all the pieces are in place and what Redfield was asking for was to follow the guidelines and get a flu shot trump then said but it in from the sidelines and said there's a good chance cove it won't come back in the fall so that was just a shit show. Redfield wouldn't back off of his comment. Trump called it fake news. He shut down the reporters asking about it. And then Burke said we'll be ready if it may be possibly potentially comes back and then trump added if it does come back. It won't come back in the way that it was it will come back and smaller doses. We can contain. He said what Redfield was saying if it comes back with the flu but from everything. I've seen it can't be anything like what we've just went through for everything he's seen. It can't be like what we've just went through all of these pandemics. He's been through he. He's seeing it won't be what we've gone through. In the spring at which point berks left the stage just exit stage left so trump is promising. We will not go through what we've gone through. Someone asked him. How can you know it won't come back? Worse than before to which trump answered it may not come back at all and if it does come back it's not going to come back and I've spoken to like ten different people and it's not going to be like it was ten different people. People hate the races people so trump is telling America. It's not gonNA come back in the fall. Don't worry about it comes back at all. It won't even be in. It'll be in small doses and will contain it because we know how to wash your hands now. No one ever heard of washing hands but every fifteen minutes. No one even knew what that meant. He actually said that yesterday. No one knows what that meant. Wash your hands every fifteen minutes. But now we know and we have three months to prepare so absolutely ridiculous and from the Washington Post. According to health officials in California at least two people who died early and in mid-february had contracted the novel Corona Virus and died from it. That's weeks earlier than previously thought and both patients hadn't traveled so it was contracted from community spread according to health officials. Initially the nation's earliest cove fatality was thought to have occurred February. Twenty ninth in Kirkland Washington and then one in March and in March health officials then linked to February twenty six deaths to Cova earlier deaths. Now the ones that are in early and mid February could mean cove in nineteen may have been misdiagnosed in many people earlier this year being mistaken for pneumonia the flu and also modeling like the model. That said you know we would be at one hundred thousand deaths by August. It was adjusted down to sixty thousand deaths by August but we just had an update. It's been upped to sixty six thousand deaths by August. What trump calls a win models like these rely heavily on the start date of an outbreak if date gets pushed back models have to be redone to be reviewed could increase the number of people believed to be infected right now?.

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02:38 min | 6 months ago

"bertrand" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Welcome to daily beans for Wednesday April Twenty Third Twenty twenty today the CDC Director Warns Second Wave of Corona Virus and insane interview between the mayor. Of Las. Vegas and Anderson Cooper. Why KEMP WANTS TO OPEN CERTAIN BUSINESSES UP IN GEORGIA? How different rates of testing yield different results? Autopsies find the first. Us deaths occurred early February a real time blower on hydroxy cork when comes forward and a bunch of good news. I'm your host G. Hey everybody it is. Ag I am Flying Solo in a block today. Actually in the INTRO. Today the block is going to be Jordan. Jordan is going to be here to talk to you about that insane interview in case you didn't catch it and even if you did you know what? I'm talking about with Goodman the Mayor of Las Vegas and Anderson Cooper absolutely astounding. I wanted to do a piece on it. And Jordan is going to be bringing that to you in the Abe lock We're going to have a little bit later in the show Our FRIEND NATASHA. Bertrand from politico will be joining us to discuss Senator Ron wyden footnotes in not footnotes but like additional comments in the Senate Intel Committee report. That was released earlier in the week. We we've already talked to David priests former CIA and author about that and we've spoken to Frankford Losey former assistant director of the FBI about the body of of the of what was in the report. And as I was finishing parsing it last night I noticed. These widened comments at the end and I wanted to bring in an expert national security expert to talk about that so Natasha will be with us. She's absolutely an outstanding person. If you don't follow her on twitter you should Her and Kyle Cheney and Betsy Woodrow Swan. Politico is excellent news organization news outlet but as I said Oh and this Friday join us for our cocktail meet and greet if you're a patron We're going to have that at four. Pm Pacific Time It's basically on crowd source if you if you have that APP and the hosts we get up and we just answer questions like fun. Questions and we have cocktails. And we have themes. And we've had a Pajama Jimmy Jam. We've had a get dressed up FEM- and This week steam is music. However you want to interpret that music so keyboard necktie perhaps or You know bring an instrument. Whatever you WANNA do anyway. There are lots of fun. We've had hundreds of people join us on these every week. And it's it's it's one of my favorite things I look for whatever so join us for that but as I said it is time right now for Jordan to be covering that interview between the Mayor of Las Vegas and Anderson Cooper.

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02:18 min | 4 years ago

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"Engine we're right now lackey bertrand drake fisher said six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight lively effect promos of one fifty today colors the light at twelve thirty six six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight five began his that's phone number of real one jump on board it is a suck it fielder friday his we like to call it here which is agenda free friday but under different name likewise enjoyable the socket fell to friday when he's not here i don't i would think just doesn't seem i'm not sure i fall no i don't know the fact that he's in and around the built like if you don't normally really comes in about one fifteen one fifty five anyway because it doesn't matter not affect a but never won but we start the segment over again if you if you need to know victory we don't said when dump that so very here on this friday's elected bertrand greg dickerson interested all with the second fielder friday the phone lines are open whatever it is you want to talk about from the weekend sports i think the second filter friday loses something it failed arisen here hardy or do it again she there's no twelve thirty dynamism grind will lead to bertrand remark down fear tires studios the sport's dickerson enver zero parties with us there's always six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight five sucker further friday's fawn all the time it really is hearing i mean it was his idea to stole it and then insulted him along the way really it's nice like you know what he would have done it to you before you did there that's right kill or be killed exactly know what is businesses the dog guy defending accolade six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety five dickerson as i said.

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"bertrand" Discussed on WBZ-FM The Sports Hub 98.5

"Engine we're right now lackey bertrand drake fisher said six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight lively effect promos of one fifty today colors the light at twelve thirty six six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight five began his that's phone number of real one jump on board it is a suck it fielder friday his we like to call it here which is agenda free friday but under different name likewise enjoyable the socket fell to friday when he's not here i don't i would think just doesn't seem i'm not sure i fall no i don't know the fact that he's in and around the built like if you don't normally really comes in about one fifteen one fifty five anyway because it doesn't matter not affect a but never won but we start the segment over again if you if you need to know victory we don't said when dump that so very here on this friday's elected bertrand greg dickerson interested all with the second fielder friday the phone lines are open whatever it is you want to talk about from the weekend sports i think the second filter friday loses something it failed arisen here hardy or do it again she there's no twelve thirty dynamism grind will lead to bertrand remark down fear tires studios the sport's dickerson enver zero parties with us there's always six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight five sucker further friday's fawn all the time it really is hearing i mean it was his idea to stole it and then insulted him along the way really it's nice like you know what he would have done it to you before you did there that's right kill or be killed exactly know what is businesses the dog guy defending accolade six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety five dickerson as i said.

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