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FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed
"And FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said an unnamed armed group called for storming State capitals, government buildings, courthouses and the U. S Capitol. If President Trump has removed from Office before Inauguration Day, The Homeland Security Department said it would implement the inaugural security plans six days earlier starting Wednesday, when the House could take an impeachment vote. The FBI said the group is planning attacks in D. C and there have been specific threats against President elect Biden, Vice President elect Harris and members of Congress. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK In Boston, the FBI here says it does not currently don't have any plans. Armed protests at the Massachusetts statehouse over New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Maine Governor Charlie Baker says there's nothing law enforcement. Is aware of here. There are currently no known threats with respect to the state House or any other public building. At this time in Massachusetts, and on we will continue to monitor and track the information that's out there on we will be appropriately prepared for anything that might happen. President Trump meantime, today, taking aim at the prospect of being impeached again, The president calls it ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger. Speaking to reporters for First time since the Capitol attack, which Democrats blame on him, the president said the impeachment push is dangerous, but we want no violence, never violence. The House will begin debating impeachment tomorrow, charging the president with incitement of insurrection in urging supporters to March on the capital, but the president's taking no responsibility for the riot. Saying his remarks to backers were totally appropriate. Soccer Megane Washington's president Trump visits section of the US Mexico border wall today on way to celebrate the completion afforded 50 miles of fencing this year. Hidalgo County Democratic Judge Richard Cortez wants the president to stay away in order to prevent large crowds that might bring more positive covert cases. We just modified order to ask all our hospitals not to do elective surgeries because we're 18.8% of our hospital capacity in Texas, the Legislature opening up today and Austin ABC is Jim Ryan says. Talk of Unarmed demonstration and lingering threats of covert 19 of rattles Some lawmakers nerves. Even images of the riot at the U. S. Capitol might not be enough to keep Texas 181 legislators from attending the opening ceremony at the state Capitol. With the specter of a novel coronavirus infection is a different matter to Democratic state representatives from the Dallas area plan to skip the event for fear that it might be a covert 19 super spreader hand there's a B C's Jim Ryan. The first U. S execution of a female inmate and 67 years was supposed to happen today. Right now, though, a court has put that on hold. The judge granted the stay late Monday, citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency. The Kansas woman got the death sentence for killing Bobby Joe, stand it and cutting out her baby. She was planning to raise the child as her own. That girl is now 16. Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks dented into believing the two were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy. Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker, Boston native Casino mogul and GOP mega donor, Sheldon Adelson has died of the disease. Jim McKay has more on his life. Adelson was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. He rose to become the chief executive officer. The Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns casinos all over the world. Adelson was one of the early casino executives that look to spearhead American based casinos and Asian markets. In his later years, he became known for his major political donations him and his wife were known as the biggest backers of President Trump's re election campaign and 2020. He had been suffering from a cancer related illness recently in the past week. He had taken time off for surgery, his wife confirming this morning that he died of a long illness. Sheldon Adelson DEAD at 87 Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio in Massachusetts. Raised filmmaker has died. Director Anna Rose King died January 3rd after losing her battle with lung cancer, family says King died in New York City hospital She directed a total of seven films. One of which was inspired by the passing of her broadcast executive Father Roger King, the movie titled Good Enough Centers on the New York City based flight attendant who seeks to find a lost relative after her father's death. Popular television hover Syria's soon we'll be making its way to the tip of the Cape for filming of their 10th season. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe takes a look selectman in Provincetown have approved 20th Century Fox is request to film the American horror story anthology in town from February 1st through March 6th selectwoman Lease, King says This could be a big boon for businesses in the area struggling because of the pandemic. It's off season. You're talking about bringing a lot of economic activity town at a time when businesses Could really use those dollars. King is a bit concerned about large crowds gathering due to the popularity of the show. She's seeking assurances that crowd control measures will be in place which enforce existing covert 19 rules and regulations. The cast of 100 will include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson and Macaulay Culkin. Kevin Tonic, Left WBZ Boston's news radio. Listening
Portrait Of: Gabby Rivera
"On a monday afternoon. Writer gabby is visiting her local comic bookstore. It's a place in downtown oakland. that's called cape and cowl. Remember have come in for like adventure comics and stuff. What'd you got anything fun. Anything a little poking around this is where gabby looks for heroes who are not your basic white guy. I'm gonna grab that like you know girl kicking as basically right like i wanna grab. A miss marveled sues as gabby is flicking through at the comic bookstore. There's a young man who's wearing thick black glasses and camouflage jacket and he spots you. Miss america america is america chavez. That would be marvel's first. Latina queer superhero gabby began writing for her in two thousand seventeen. She wrote twelve comic books about america's adventures as a spangler speaking college student who can also punch through dimensions of time and space miss america. That's my girl. It was important to me. I appreciate that despite her happiness at chatting with a fan gabby hasn't always found community in the comic book world as sometimes on online space says it can be like or you're not telling the story writer. You shouldn't tell the story for gabby. The in-person experience has been a lot more positive. Whatever you're doing here. He's like whatever magic. You're actually a witch. Keep it up from media. It's let usa madonna wholesome and today a portrait of writer gabby playback before gabby libra got into writing comic books. She wrote juliet takes a breath. It's a twenty sixteen novel which is a coming of age story about a young queer latina. Who leaves the bronx which is where she grew up and that novel got her. Some attention from an unusual place marvel comics. They ask gabby if she would be interested. In writing specifically for their superhero america these after decades featuring mostly white male heroes. Marvel comics has recently been making an effort to introduce more women where people of color and lgbtq heroes in their comics. Some people were angry with these changes shortly. After gabby began writing for america chavez. She started getting threads and being harassed. This was a tough time for gabby. Suddenly she was swept up in an online backlash called comic escape which criticized. The comic book industry's attempts to be more inclusive. I sat down with gabby to learn more about her beginnings as writer and about her experience. Shaping queer latinas superhero during a really tense moment. Gabeira welcome to let the usa. Thank you maria. I'm so excited to be here with you. I'm excited to excited to so your favorite term for yourself is what quirky rican is what you are on instagram. But you love to call yourself a nerd. Right yeah I love nerd. Butch thea loverboy. I have a couple of terms for myself. Keep on going going. I think butch the is really the one that i'm embodying these days right because everybody has a bush the you know. She's got her fade. She's got her corona. She's sitting at the barbecue in the back as she loves you. So much me. You grew up in new york You are not only new yorker. you're from the bronx. So tell us little. Bit about little vera growing up in what part of the bronx and what life felt like. Oh my gosh. I was just a little baby in the eighties. Growing up my neighborhood. Was you know that kind of mix of like bronx lake hood ish but also some Suburban right at that intersection of westchester county in the bronx. I had my grandparents. My mother's side living in the house with us and we have my father's family like two blocks away so i was also always surrounded by like my puerto rican family and we went to church. I grew up. You know super religious pentecostal. Puerto rican evangelical speaking in tongues. All of that. You know it's also terrorists kind of like a traditional quote american sort of upbringing rate lake My parents my mom was a teacher. He knows so. She was taught kindergarten of thirty five years in new york city. My dad was a salesman for gov will stelle off from most like thirty years of his life so there was kind of this lake nuclear family. Whatever puerto rican middle-class looks like the bronx very strict but also very secure households and in the middle of that we were in the bronx and there was definitely struggle violence. It was wild to be in so many lake constrains morally good controlled environments right and then have all of this like beautiful neighborhood. Chaos real life. Real people happening all around me.
What is a Golden Toilet Website and Could you Possibly have One with Steve Brown
"What is a toilet site. And why i i mean. Everyone is listening rather listening in watching. It may have one of course. So some brian. I you know in the years that i've done this. I would have all these business owners come in today and say steve. I think we need help with our website. We need to redo our website. We need to show. I think we need show on social media. And and then i. I think we got to show up at the top of a search somewhere. Though what i realized was what they're really saying is look steve. My customers are expecting me to have a good online platform. I see a competitor's other brands really killing it and i feel compelled. I need to step up and transition from traditional marketing in the modern market. But i don't know where to start so being an entrepreneur. What's an entrepreneur. they're gonna do it anyway. They're gonna figure it out right and they were using the words. They had to tell me what the subtitle was on that on that foreign film they say website. But what they're really saying. Is i need figure out its platform thing because that's where a world is going but every day when you're called and someone calls and promises you that they can get you at the top of search and they're calling every day and you're seeing social media post your being brainwashed. Are you being framed. June the your perspective and expectations are being framed and one day. Just hit me that. I in a forty five minute conversation. You know when they say you gotta tell someone seven times before they hear what you're saying like what. I have seven minutes here and i can't have time. So how can i reframe their expectations. And so i would go brian. Look your website. Is just the toilet in that boston home of yours. You wouldn't buy home if it didn't have one right but when people come over where do you guys hang out in the kitchen around the fireplace around a patio. Look it's important but it's just one piece in an overall it makes a home and so the most absurd universal iconic somewhat humorous example of reframing your expectation of your website was to call it a golden toilet and it's it's the internal fuel fear that every business owner has is wasting money on something that won't work and you think of golden toilet golden toilet doesn't make flush any better. It doesn't improve the user experience. It's just a waste of money and so that's what we're wanting to avoid as business owners. So let's i want to get into this question. Because i had for the dance list but let me let me get into more d what you're talking about. So tell us the horror stories of holding onto the website. What do you mean by this concept where you're diving into like money. What what are the cost of holding onto that. Tell us about that so that people who who just maybe dive enter into website or people are telling them you know you didn't website. You know what what does that all entailing when we talk about cats. Yeah number. One would expect expectation right if you do ride the here's people are evaluating and judging you based on the information they find out about you. There's a a quote that says people have to buy you first before they buy what you do kate so a lot of people put a lot of focus on that website but the messaging could be all wrong. You remember that time you went and checked out a website and is like this clock's ticking down like a clock. That's that mom that's going to explode if you don't defuse it cape well that's what's going on your brain. Your brains go and brian how much longer we gonna waste here. Let's go don't and you're like no give me a minute. I gotta find it. It's around here somewhere. I know they have finally grain says. No we're out of here. Well you can have a pretty website but if it's A user experience adds frustrating. We've walked away from great websites ruthless without even caring and went to the competitors. Because we couldn't find something got frustrated. That's what's at stake here.
Laurence Tribe says Trump should be impeached again even if a Senate conviction is unlikely
"Professor tribe welcome back to the podcast. It's been three years. Wow it doesn't seem like three years seemed like three months but you know time is very both compressed expanded these days. I wonder if it'll feel different after january twentieth. One can only hope and pray. That is why we are here because we need to have a discussion about what could possibly happen over the next nine days and right now the entire conversation happening in. The country is about the insurrection by domestic terrorists on the us capitol on january sixth and what form of accountability. should president trump have for inciting his followers and supporters to do that to the capital. And i wanna walk through each of the each of the proposed things. And let's start with the one that you and i both agree on and that is impeachment. The president of the united states should be impeached. A second time. Talk about why you feel. It's important that that bit of accountability happen first of all. No president has ever in our history done anything as obviously subject to impeachment. This is the quintessential high crime and misdemeanor the head of the executive branch. Fomenting violent insurrection and sedition against the legislative branch in an attack. The vet was apparently quite orchestrated but even if not president's involvement in it in a visible way so obvious that for us not to make him the first president in our history to be impeached. A second time would send a terrible signal to all future presidents to kids growing up in this country to the world that this is somehow not a high crime and misdemeanor so that if if the only effective in teaching him was purely historical marker that it lay down. Even if that was the only effect it would be indispensable but it isn't the only effect. There's a chance that it will put pressure on the senate in particular on mitch. Mcconnell to stop dragging their feet and to move more expeditiously after all the trial of president. Trump i don for his other impeachable activity involving trying to extort the crane in order to benefit himself in this very election. That whole trial just took three days. And when mitch mcconnell says as though it were written in the stars we can't come back until january nineteenth. When asked by the hell not. I mean it's a completely artificial propositions so pressure on him to actually reconvene the senate and have a trial. Which shouldn't take long. Because this was one of those rare instances. Both the initial attempt to pressure the secretary of state of georgia referenced burger to undo the results of the election and the follow one riot that the president fomented attacking the capital in leaving people dead. All those were in plain view of the american people end of the world. So it's not a very complicated trial and the result of that trial even if it didn't end until two days before the end of this presidency by natural processes occurred would still result in his conviction removal and disqualification. Assuming that was also voted from ever holding future office. Not as a vindictive matter but as a way of permanently killing this cancer. Exciting it from our national politics. Even if that doesn't happen james clyburn. Another have suggested that the trial could occur after the biden administration had time to get up and running spent one hundred days actually with constructive measures and then even though he's no longer president. Trump could be convicted and permanently disqualified. There are some scholars soup. Think that that is not a constitutional possibility but the evidence is pretty strong. That that's one option open to the congress and if you think about it the framers in designing the constitution would hardly have wanted to design it so that a really dangerous precedent could resign the moment before it looked like the senate was going to convict disqualify him and thereby cut short. The ability of the senate to perform the constitutional function of excising cancer from our politics is. It can't be that by the mere act of voluntarily ending his presidency a moment earlier that president could prevent the congress from doing its work and what that implies is that even though it is impossible for the senate to remove a an officer like the president. Because he's not removable anymore. He's removed himself ton. That clock has run even if it's impossible for it to remove him. It has the power to decide. Probably by amir majority vote that he should be disqualified from ever again holding federal office so those are among the reasons to go ahead and the final reason i should just mention is that an impeachment would hang over his head like the sort of damocles have been impeached that if he makes another terrible move for example if each is to pardon all of the people who were physically involved in the insurrection of the capital giving them a pardon from any federal prosecution if he were to do that then maybe that would suddenly motivate his removal and disqualification and so the deterrent also has a protective function for all those reasons. His impeachment think is mandatory. Unless of course he just resigns or pence response of will be asking me about the twenty fifth amendment tense response to the twenty fifth amendment called. It's going to be made upon him
California Minimum Wage Rises To $14 An Hour
"$14 an hour for businesses with 26 orm, or employees and $13 an hour for businesses with fewer than 25 Employees Cape Because Aubrey Aquino has the story, Sacramento Small business owners are feeling an even tighter squeeze with the minimum wage increase. Kicking in along with the new year. They say they knew this was coming. But the timing couldn't be worse. Most of us will be raising our prices because all of our vendors have already raised our prices. That's actually in my opinion hurt those that it's in that this minimum wage increases intended. Help Jamie Desmond Ison own Steamers Cafe, an old Sacramento and predicts she'll also have to cut back on employee hours and be more selective with future hires as a result of the new law. Aubrey Aquino News
Cleveland Browns beat Pittsburgh Steelers in historic victory
"The the weight weight of of history history or or practicing practicing or or having having your your head head coach coach on on the the sidelines sidelines or or dealing dealing with with covert covert 19 19 or or not not making making the the playoffs. playoffs. Friend Friend forever. forever. The The Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns overcame it all yesterday, dismantling the Pittsburgh Steelers 48 37 in the wild card round, picking up the franchise, his first postseason victory and more than a quarter century, earning a trip to Kansas City next Sunday to face the Defending Super Bowl champs Myles Garrett, calling the victory over the Steelers. Poetic justice. You remember what it was like to go on 16, right? What does it feel like to get the first playoff win since 1994 for this franchise? Not only that, but the first win in Pittsburgh just been spent and leave. Remember? He entered my season. Money ended our season. My first year, maybe on 16. They wouldn't want to give us our first platform. That's that's poetic justice. But they battled hard. A lot of guys left this field screaming, Same old Browns and Kabo. What? What was the message You guys were determined to send today to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Were disrespected. I mean, with media with comments from Doo doo and no other players on the team now that that we're just gonna Come out here is W cape walking? No, they're not. I bring this on way. We're going to come out here without giving my best shot. Audio courtesy of ESPN. The victory the Browns first postseason victory of any kind since beating New England in 1995 3. Months before Baker Mayfield was born. You've got
Bitcoin Will One Day Hit $1 Million
"Bitcoin blowing through new records today. The crypto currency gaining thirty three percent. This week alone in case you missed it. Wargin creeks anthony. Poblano join us last night here on fast. Listen to what he said about. Bitcoin is headed. If you really think about the technology world we talk about ten x improvement props. Bitcoin is at least ten x better than gold in every way. And so i think that if you just think of a bitcoin product that has to expedite and mortgage cap kind of follows that that would put bitcoin at a million dollars. Coin right just two golds market cap in case you thought you heard wrong. That's a million dollars. A coin became. We're specifically talking about j. p. morgan's known on on Bitcoin from earlier in the week and they were making the point that there have been outflows from gold inflows. Bitcoin as bitcoin has ramped and so the notion is that bitcoin would be a replacement. Are you on board that because that seems to be the main driver these days For the bullish thesis on bitcoin. Yeah i think listen. It's digital goal that narrative has taken off this year among the institutional community and just to put a couple of numbers around that so we have gold. Roughly it's market. It's total value is about ten trillion bitcoins out about seven hundred billion eight hundred billion right now. That jp morgan not talked about if all of the money came out of gold into bitcoin. That would be somewhere around two point seven trillion dollars. So that's probably almost. What a quadruple from the price. From where we all right now maybe a little bit more a quadruple puts you at j. p. morgan's price at one hundred and forty six thousand. So it's not necessarily a reasonable. My only concern is when you you know. And i think pop made a great point. My concern is when you have these these these big upside targets then. People say hey. I'm gonna just going load into it here and i just. I've been doing it for years. But i remind people. Bitcoin has months where it's down thirty forty percent so you could buy a forty thousand today and watch it go to twenty thousand and that would not be unusual and we should make the point to that. Anthony made clear that you could see wild swings on the way to a million dollars a point up twenty percent or down twenty percent or thirty percent for that matter. Cape fat kate. I imagine that your clients are inquiring. I mean this has got to be on everybody's mind so how. How do you approach that honestly. Melissa bitcoin is not my joint jealous of the people who are in. It made a lot of money. I don't get. It doesn't make a lot of sense to me and why bitcoin if you say cryptocurrency generally cage supply-and-demand. If bitcoin is doing that well it will attract other crypto currencies. So i'm gonna sit on the sidelines on this one.
SpaceX launches Turkish satellite
"Another successful launch last night for Space X. Looks like we have a good landing on on the drug shit this well, this'd space Texas 71st successful first stage recovery. They're getting pretty good at it, Aren't they? Last night's launch from Cape Canaveral sent a Turkish communication satellite. Into orbit.
2021 Grammy Awards postponed as coronavirus cases surge in California, reports say
"Postponing the 2021 Grammy Awards do to coronavirus concerns Cape a case Tom Roberts now a new data is being considered for March. The Grammys had originally been set for the end of this month with safety restrictions to boot. But this comes as covert cases surge in California, bringing into question the Santa Monica based awards ceremony this year. Beyonce leads the pack with nine Grammy nominations. Tom Roberts News 93.1 kfbk.
Is Michael Keaton the new Batman? Not so fast
"Yes, Michael Keaton is dawning the Cape again, But no, he's not the new Batman least not permanently. New York Times writer Brooks Barnes broke the story last year about Keaton returning to his role from 1980, nine's Batman that got some fans they can he be starring in a whole new SYRIZA films. Well now Barnes is clarifying, saying Keaton will be back as Bruce Wayne in the upcoming new Flash movie. But the new full time that movie Batman is still Robert Pattinson. Pattinson's debut will come in the Batman. Due out in October of 2022
How To Grow A Spider Plant From Cuttings
"My friend gave me a cutting from a spider plant. I put it in a vase with some water. But i'm not sure if there's a better way to get it started will probably not now if you're in the nursery business you'd you'd be doing a little differently but as far as home starts are concerned. that cutting and i hope they left just a little bit of the base of the stem on. I'm trying to remember right now whether it whether it sends out new tissue from that stem or actually to base the cluster. In any event. I think on her circumstances. That's the best thing to do now. The one thing that You had to be a little bit careful of. I like to put cuttings in in water such as that in an east window where they will get enough sun in the morning but the intensity of the sun is not so high because that plant right now probably has no way to actually pick up much water so you don't want to cook it so to speak in the hot west afternoon sun and and it's just a i find it where i don a comparison not not a studied when but at the same time i i have a little better luck starting plans to like that in east sunny situation morning only then just bright light the rest of the day because the plant has to continue to make food which requires some water in order to put out new shoots roots. That is well then then shoots so Yeah that's the only thing i can tell. Her is probably a east window is the best. Could you go ahead if you wanna to and start that in a like a medium will you could mark. But i've i've never done that. As a matter of fact if i had a greenhouse a bench had sand in it or a really good mixture of soil in san and so on And bottom heat from whatever source. I would say you might get faster Unit greenhouse by doing it that way but as far as homeless concerned i'm. I'm well relatively big on on the cuttings in a glass. Just don't let the water evaporate away from it because those little tiny new routes are. We'll be insulted heavily and gone. How do you know what it's time to move it back into a media cape that that's a darn good question mark and i would say Just to give a measurement to it anytime. The root is a half an inch or more in length and several of them hopefully I would say you can put it over into a soil medium. Now here's where it gets a little tricky. The root is growing differently in the water than it will in the soil medium. And i don't know how to explain that. I don't know enough about the physiology in the first place but i don't know how to explain other than to say. Put it over into a good potting soil not not regular garden soil. A good potting soil that will drain stay moist however And and then be cautious because routes aren't very deep in the pot. Don't let the top of the pot or the soil in the top of the pot. Dry out Because the plant has to kind of step back and and redo some cell changes in there so inch is a good length of route. I have ever on spider plant povo said and various other things that i play with I just stick them in a glass and one. The route serve really obvious from several strides away. That's when i move them. That just makes a lotta sense. Well in a way it does yes at and at the same time. It's hardly very scientific. No great rule of thumb. Hey i can see the roofs. That's right yes or non kurt non-dollar s sets right yeah.
Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock on the issues that would drive them in the Senate
"Why did you think that now is the time to run an office and run for. Us senate well. My whole life has been about service. I'm pastor served beneath baptist church. But i've been engaged in these fights from that copay for years i've been fighting for healthcare access and affordability for years standing up in acts of civil disobedience demanding that we expand medicaid in the state. I've been fighting for voting rights at work alongside. My friend stacy abrams. We registered through the new georgia project. Which i chaired. Four hundred thousand new voters in the state. I've been standing up for the dignity of workers and they're ready to share in some of the prosperity that they've created and i think my passion for these issues emerges from my life story someone who grew up in public housing down in savannah. Georgia wanted twelve number eleven and the first college graduate my family so my success as a result of hard work but also grants low interest student loans. Good public policy. I know the difference that good public policy meetings and as running for the us senate and so in your campaign running around the state. That hasn't voted for a democrat for president since ninety. Two and president-elect. Joe biden is on the cusp of perhaps winning the state of georgia talk about one. Why president-elect biden's message seemed to resonate in georgia and what impact that has had on your race and also talk about what you've heard on the campaign trail because i can imagine you went all around the state. You didn't just stay in atlanta campaigning. No that's a good point. I've been moving all across the state. And you know that. That's important jonathan because there is this narrative in georgia politics. There's atlanta and then the rest of the state and so i'm from savannah southeast part of the state. But i've been on a bus moving across the state dropped by small towns like america's george Cuthbert georgia down randolph county. And the people are surprised. When i show up and i'm surprised that they're surprised but they say to me that they have not seen a candidate show up in their town. Which is interesting to me. Because i'm running to represent the whole state rule and the north and the south. And i'm getting to see first. Hand the concerns that people are having and what do people concerned about. They're concerned about healthcare. They're concerned about the fact that they want to make sure they don't lose the coverage that they have that coverage is affordable had eight hospitals close in this state largely because we refuse to expand medicaid is the unnecessary war that the republican party has waged against president obama who no longer in office and the people are the casualties in that war. Their hospitals are closing in these rural areas devastating rule healthcare and also taking away jobs. And so i think the people voted the other night when they voted for joan by. And when david purdue failed to get a majority of his voters even though he's the incumbent and i finished ahead of kelly leffler even though she's the incumbent that people are voting for unity over division and chaos there voting for healthcare they're voting for a livable wage and the ability to retire with dignity. They're voting for the best in the human condition and the american spirit when you're out on the campaign trail though in those parts of georgia that perhaps aren't hospitable to a democratic candidate. What kind of response are you getting. What are you hearing from those voters. I think people appreciate the fact that you're willing to talk to them. And that's my orientation is not a strategic political decision. Quite frankly part of what running gives me an opportunity to do. Is to do what i would normally want to do. Anyway and spend time with talking to people who don't see the world exactly the way. I do one of the things that disappointed me. About the fact that we're living through this deadly and tragic pandemic is that i had hoped earlier in the campaign to get across the state and drop into some of these wednesday night bible studies. I'm a passenger after all and they're people who don't share my politics but we read from the same book and there must be some values there must be some common ground. There must be a place where we can talk about the things that we actually agree on.
How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?
"You're out there saving humanity from super villains does it matter. How many pounds of carbon you used to do it. Gotham city would have been obliterated one hundred times over if batman weren't constantly. Bailing it out of trouble but that batmobile sure is a gas guzzler not to mention the bat wing airplane and the electricity bill for the bat cave is probably astronomical so is all that. Do gooding really doing good. After all some researchers from stanford university presented a poster at the american geophysical union's twenty seventeen fall meeting entitled stop saving the planet carbon accounting of superheroes and their impacts on climate. Change the point of the project was to bring awareness to the fact that everybody on this planet has a carbon footprint which is a calculation of how much carbon each of us in our daily activities such as driving eating and heating and cooling our houses the average americans carbon footprint is around forty four thousand pounds that's about twenty thousand kilograms of carbon per year an average person in the united arab emirates uses a good bit more and average peruvian uses considerably less. But what about your average superhero. According to the study they're all over. The map takes superman. According to the comics the man of steel is entirely solar powered which nets him. Fut print of zero. bless him. jessica jones probably comes in slightly below. The average americans carbon used thanks to her small brooklyn apartment and reliance on public transportation and swamp thing. What with his power to make plants grow might actually have a negative carbon footprint. That's not the case for every good samaritan in a cape however the oracle erstwhile bat girl turned computer. Hacker might weigh in at a conservative estimate of one hundred and fifty one thousand pounds or sixty eight thousand kilograms but the figure might be as high as thirty two million pounds or a hundred and forty five million kilograms depending on how many servers she's running even ironman who makes a concerted effort to employ green energy. Sources would come in higher than the average american because of the sheer amount of tech that he uses and the flash who can run near the speed of light might require an insane number of calories to accomplish this feat possibly as much as eighty nine million pounds or forty five million kilograms worth of carbon but isn't a kind of a silly question for serious scientists to spend their time exploring poster co author miles traer a postdoctoral researcher at stanford tokyo's if i calculate my own carbon footprint that's depressing if i calculate batmans carbon footprint. That's hilarious so let's go with the hilarious. It's a way of tricking people into learning.
Interview With Dan Westergren
"I was recently exchanging emails with today's guest. A bad he's premium membership and it turns out he has a love of sauk cling lock. Do he used to rice and he even spent time in south australia from the us. I while on assignment for white for national geographic now is picked up and i poked a few more questions by any told me on the nat geo and commercial travel photographer stock at home trying to decide how to make money with that getting on an airplane right now putting my towards commercial real estate architectural things but honestly don't know what's going to work out a cape listening to the podcast about facebook marketing for portraits etc thinking. Maybe that's the way to go. We exchange and other email to and i post a few questions and he said for more than twenty years. I was director of photography for national geographic. Travel up magazine. I had an editor who let me find the graph. A couple of stories a year usually adventure top stories and i was lucky enough to photograph stories to the magazine. Such as climbing mont blanc the matterhorn and skiing to the north pole now following that exchange. I invited him on for this recording. I'm talking about dan west to grin and i'm wrapped to having this now. Dan welcome andrew so good to talk to you. Do you still pinch yourself when you hear an intra liked about the things that you've done in the past. I do i do. It's it's kind of funny. It's a hard act. Live up to for many many years. I would tell my photographer friends who seemed to have up and down lives. You know the freelance yoyo. And i would joke to them. Well you know. I'm addicted to my paycheck. And i have the chance to send you guys out into the field my editor lets me go out every now and then you know. This is working pretty well. Well you know the media marketplace changes and so now here. I am not working on the staff at national geographic anymore doing some projects for them but just trying to figure out how to make this thing happen as a photographer. Yeah the tables have really turned. I think not only for youtha for all of us. Haven't i this year. Oh yeah yeah. I mean and it's a double whammy with a travel photographer because i don't even of course you can imagine after all those years. I have this huge rolodex of all these photo editors of magazines and things like this but nobody even pays money for magazines to take pictures anymore. It's like the rug was pulled out from under my profession. The one savior for me. The last few years has been you could either call it native advertising or content marketing or partnership projects. That's the kind of things like last year. I got to go to canada. Three times for national geographic. To do ten day long stories about places and so i did prince edward island nova scotia new brunswick last year and british columbia and those were my favorite Trips to take. Because i will talk to my producer at national geographic since i had a background in doing the photo editing. At national geographic. The photo editors really acted like a regular editor at most magazines. If we thought that a story was not sufficiently visual we would tell people. We didn't think we should do the story. And a lot of magazines. The phone will editors are just kind of in their corner in somebody throws them a manuscript is air pictures to go with this so when they tell me okay we wanna to do an online piece about adventures in new brunswick ten adventures in new brunswick will then i get to study new brunswick i pull out a map i get defined tended ventures. I contact all the people that i think might lead me to those adventures and then make pictures that i hope people find interesting and then when we get back in my case usually i sit down and they know that i've chosen the photo subjects with story line and so they don't even send a writer. They have a friend of mine. Who i get on the phone marielle. And is her name. And she sorta ghosts rights for me. And i just tell her what my experience was like and why i went to particular plex. And that's just that's what i love about. It all is to do the research into a place and then actually go take those pictures myself in sounds amazing and said the way you described this right now the role you had. Oh have you familiar with the movie. The secret life of walter. Mitty of course. Yes you the walter. Meeting is at your role in national geographic traveler. It was a little bit different because he was more had a role that we would call film review which were the people that actually got to look at the pictures. I didn't have a big role in putting the magazine together. So you know that was kind of funny. It was interesting that i love that movie. You know he got to go out into the field. And i've just i've seen that movie so many times i was watching it and my kids. My son is twenty two. My daughter's twenty five and they're really into music and david bowie died. We had to listen to all the versions of space. Oddity that we could find.
Making Content Management A Smooth Experience With A Headless CMS
"For that as compared to traditional cms. Such as wordpress so the same is kind of a weird term admittedly certainly when i started butter. I didn't call it. The that he noted have seen as wise. I never heard about the concept. I thought of butter as what it is about the technical basis which is an api. I see mass meeting sort of api. I approach so there's really two parts to like have the same. Mass one is the api like so the content api which is what. The company's developer's will query content from is the contin api and they pull that content into their own native application built on any tech stack. They want and then the other piece is of course the content dashboard which is where the marketers go in and actually markers clients whoever you know they go in actually manage. The content says easy to use dashboard. You actually go create the actual blog posts or landing pages in that kind of thing upload images do stuff and you don't need to be able to do it so that's what i would have the. Cms is at a very high level. It's really the content api or api's as well as concentrating Itself yeah and so as far as the use case in user experience on how it compares to attract cms like wordpress so on the marketing side on the surface it is somewhat of a similar experience to wordpress in the sense that you know the goal really is to provide the marketer a really easy to use u. y you know they don't need to be able to use it to update continental do their jobs and we're pretty well generally speaking. Certainly that's why it's so popular on the website. Those where things change. It's really kind of a night and day difference so with a hennessy. Mess with butter. You get to work with any tech stack. You get to work with the one that you're most proficient with so you know if you prefer to work with django python you can start there and you build out your own application marketing website using using django and then you plug. Cms cape ability into that. So you plug you know like the company. Pi into your own of native stack with work on the debt side of course wordpress flips. This on you completely so you don't get to start with again assuming you're developer. Who prefers django in this example. If you wanna use wordpress you basically abandoned django got ready. You got a dive into the wordpress world so you start with word processing. Start with it as as sort of complete stack all need to master. Its terminology. how it works the internals of its code base database schema of course diving into php since that's what is built. And so you really go from there. And kinda start hacking slashing workers to customize it to do and behave the way you want it to so it's very different approaches different very different experiences on the development side. Another interesting way to think about the use cases headless masses as you mentioned. You're able to use your tech stack the prefer but if you're already using something like django than what is the benefit of headless versus integrating a framework such as django cms or wag tail into your existing site for being able to manage that content and have it very tightly integrated with the overall application. That you're building django cms wag tail these are. What's i kind of think of as traditional. Cms is every language or framework. Has these where the very often you know. Open source cms built in particular native language django ruby on rails etc and. They're very similar to wordpress. Press in the sense that you know. They are large pieces of software. Or maybe not large all the time but the pieces of software that you need to own so you need to install it you need to host run it. You need to maintain it so you need to patchett in ensure that it stays secure enough date. And you need to customize it in order to customize it if you need to customize beyond sort of its native capabilities native. api then you need to dive into the guts of of how it works. So those are some of the drawbacks with their traditional. See masses they are quite software heavy as opposed to have the cms where in terms of software to adopt this. It's very very light. Software buys so all you're really doing is acquiring the continent pi which returns just the raw content for. Let's say a blog post you. Queer the continent behind returns like the tax values in images for that piece of content for that blog post. You can think of it in a way is instead of queen your own database with a table of blog post. You're querying that same data from api. Basically it's a very lightweight. Approach to get fully functional. Cms capability in our case with butter. They're certainly open source. Had this message for those you'd needed host tame them and then all that kind of stuff comes into play again. If you go that approach with with butter we've decided to be sort of sassoon only and so we handle all the infrastructure security in updating that kind of thing so that's the Making what i'm describing this. Can you dig a bit more into what you've built it but see s and what motivated you to build a business around this particular problem. Area
How The Fashion Industry Reacted to the Covid-19 Pandemic
"Has made many changes during this past year because of the Corona virus pandemic. With that story, KCBS is lives. ST John Global Supply chains were disrupted, fashion shows and events were canceled and clothing retailers were hit hard. Well, it was sad testimonial to to the pandemic that over 30 plus retailers Filed for bankruptcy in 2020. Vincent Kwon, associate professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, says more people shop for clothing online during the pandemic, but he thinks it'll gradually get back to more people shopping in stores. When we talk physical retail versus digital physical still has many advantages. You still can't touch digitally right touch of fabric, touching items. CC, its texture and what will be the fashion trends for 2021, with hopefully full of 21 in the New York Fashion Week will be in February. We should see some interesting looks and then some repeat looks. Biker looks, capes long coat, so get ready to grab your cape or long coat and your mask, at least for now. Let's ST John KCBS relief for
The Traders Journey: Consequence
"Today i wanted to cover selling. I think is really really important. Which is consequence. He's a noise in the background. I'm actually dan by the coast. Doing my podcast on having a bit of a war. So that's the noise. Sa- consequence is the reality of being tried something that you need to be aware o-of talk constantly about being having perspective about following the rules and being strategic in what you do to make sure that your goals and your actions are perfectly so that you would shave one from the other now. They are going to be periods of time. When you don't full six there will be times where you don't folio plan flawlessly. They'll destroyed up might massive mistakes or you know one. Try which is fine. You know these things happen. These opportunities and experiences to learn from but the tom way you go through a period month. She's gonna be bay will depend on you but there will be a period of significant consequence. I want you to understand a couple of things here because when it does happen but when what used to be paid for you say with the consequence things it usually goes because you've broken your rules all because you've done something silly. Kobe won big. Try that you have a massive loss on. There's a number of things that can happen but one of those can be. You didn't follow your risk management if it's a series of trades again and it can be a lot of things some of these things are not negative. You know recently about a string of losing tries until just recently had a win again last night but the wins and losses. Usually they open your eyes to certain things if you're not doing the right thing for example if you have a series of losing trades how well does the full says you look at what you're doing now. Maybe doing nothing wrong at all so a consequence. Because you're doing the right thing. You're taking good trades your follow your rules and all is well in the world but losing string what could also do is it can really balk. You can send you backwards. It can make you question if you're doing what you should be doing. And if you're in the right path at all you gotta be ready for that. Not as a consequence of consequence of trading to be honest. You have a one way or the other when it comes to trades following the rules. That doesn't mean you're going to always have a lot of winning trades. I can tell you that right now. I've had recently a number of fantastic trades me out full speed to have a look at much writing and it's made me recognize that nothing wrong. It's fine so i cape plugging along last night with that prophet or at least the first target. Who haven't checked this morning. At least the first taga hit so it's really important to have that measure of self. The consequence comes off the periods. Where you break your rules and it's a reminder to stick to your guns it's it's not a bad thing because it what can do this again. The reason why would i take his. It's not just the trading strategy. It's not just a psychology but it's the capturing of beith in live screenshots when you take a tried to take a screenshot of that is because we have these periods where the consequences is you can go back and you can assess it and you can learn from it. I'm thinking like this. You've got two options one. You have a losing streak but decides to losing streak to making simple and you know everything spied change things and you don't have screenshots to back that up number two option is on the openings bad on losing losing losing limit. Shake my screen shots against my trading strategy checklists and see if i'm actually doing anything wrong at all. Okay will i am and it seems to be looking for. Try small candles in a cradle for example or the other side of that is these traits flawless. There's nothing wrong. It's just a losing streak. Okay co i can deal with it either way. You're equipped now to take positive steps forward to get your head back in their place and get your trading in their direction so you got to have these options in place you to have these screenshots. This accountability consequence comes. You know how to get out of it. I'm back into a positive mental monster.
Progress in Brexit talks raises hopes of imminent trade deal
"The British prime minister says Britain will prosper mightily even if no post Brexit deal is struck with the EU. The prime minister and EU negotiator appear to be inching towards a breakthrough on the issue of fishing as that December 31st deadline looms, But Prime Minister Boris Johnson is not playing his hand in public telling citizens everything will be fine with or without a trade deal. There are there are problems that the vital that everybody understands that. Three U. K has gotta be able to control its own its own laws completely and also that we gotta be able to control our own our own fisheries, and it remains the case. The W T o terms would be more than satisfactory for the UK on do we can certainly cape with with any difficulties that were thrown in our way. Not that we're not, but we don't want a deal. But the W T o terms would be entirely satisfactory and prosper mightily remains an extremely good description of life after General the first either way. Now France, insisting Wednesday that European Union negotiators shouldn't yield any time pressure imposed by that January 1st economic cut off date in the talks with Britain on a post Brexit trade deal, arguing that no deal Would be better than a bad deal. You. Officials have already said they will negotiate past January 1st. If necessary.
"cape a" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Up. Next is some music from Cape A. Young Cora. He is a Basque accordion player who's made many records over the years. He plays a type of accordion that is specific to Basque country. Just like the language and many of the other musical instruments there. In fact, the group that he plays here with is a group called Sorgen OC, which is the Basque word for witches. It's an all female group. That plays traditional Basque percussion instruments, which have this very distinctive woody sound, and you'll hear that in this piece called Sunday in Derry. That.
"cape a" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"He's coming I don't get it. Right out that some of the Petit Oughta club the best thing you know what I sat back, he was a son of the. I I don't want them in here because I told. Them. I said, I'm watching close for the last sixteen years and you're telling me how to wash clothes. They're gonNA come out and teach you how to do laundry. Yeah. Yeah. How do you like? Tom FM stuff. That's son of a bitch. Did overload. You know have fun ahead. One Damn how that's all I, have as one bet. That's all I had down here and it's one that I use to put the clothes on the I'd run the flatten. And that, and that's cutting the cards up. Bringing us run I'm going to show. I am now I'm GonNa. Tell them. This is how rude I am ought. Qadam. Confirming your appointment for today a parent I don't have no point. I don't send nobody here on the door. Jay. Is Anymore but your grandson told me that you what he said I don't want nobody here. He said that he wanted someone to teach you how to do the laundry not no no pillow sick don't come here because I'll pull him down the stairs I. Saw but I am no okay. Plays plays I don't want to. Danielle Monaro, Elvis. Duran. And the morning show and you got phone tapped your grandsons playing a joke on you. David why do you play these things on me? Because you're funny oh my. And the worst I've ever heard. Question? Why is it would all the older women get mad? It's funny. was recorded with permission granted by. Pass the. Tab. Ran In the morning show. Before you get your gaming on help keep those items you've bought like weapons and skins safe get norton three sixty for Gamers, device security, and more without the notifications. Save twenty percent on your first year by using Promo Code Elvis at dot com slash gamers. Have you ever thrown away shirt because of a stain, maybe it was a grass stain or in my case, chocolate spaghetti sauce n Weinstein well I used to toss my close to then I got smart got oxy clean, versatile stain remover. It harnesses the power of oxygen to get tough stains out of clothes, carpet time, outdoor furniture walls, and so much more. So try it for yourself to work your magic with oxy clean oxy clean dot com slash try me an order a free sample that's clean. Dot Com Slash T. R. Y. M. E. for a free stained fighting sample while supplies last. It couldn't be a better time to get peacock the new streaming service from NBC universal tons of hit movies and current shows and timely updates. Peacocks got something for everyone including the most obsessive reality. TV. Fans enjoy free full seasons of Christly knows best below deck southern charm and American. Ninja Warrior. You can upgrade for even more stream your favorites from the beginning like keeping up with the Kardashians real housewives and top chef sign up at Peacock TV DOT COM and streaming the best of reality TV now..
"cape a" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"The Dog Scott something they shouldn't be have sounds like it's like prep under the table getting chopped on. Usually that question is directed at me and I'm like I'm not eating anything and then excused for. Yelling scary cupcakes or Muffin cupcakes cupcakes. Pumpkin bread, banana bread go banana banana. Seven percent. Useless information on National Dessert Day. What else do I have I'm just cleaning up. Cleaning up my. PREP. Oh, I love a good news anchor gone crazy story. A news anchor in Anchorage Alaska have. You seen this story now anyway her name Maria Athens she's an anchor on the ABC Foxy W station 'cause it's allowed to networks on one station. He. Last Friday Maria Athens forty one years old. She posted a facebook video of the stations control room where she said she had breaking news about how anchorages Mayor Ethan Berkowitz. has his male tell you posted on an underage girls website? Oh, wow. She's talking as if she's doing a news promo, but she seems upset an unfocused something was off the police investigated the allegation about the mayor they said, no, it's not true. The Mayor of Anchorage Did Not Post Genitalia on an underage girls website. But it was true that Maria and Ethan the mayor had an affair which he admitted to on Monday. And then Maria posted the video. After she posted, she punched the station manager. He was also having an affair with. Him. I know. What's scary? We have the sound of the Alaska. Person Oh, it Garrett have let him. I am I ruined garrets sounds Jug loaded it real quick one of David for saving for Garrett. In which he was arrested for assault criminal mischief and disorderly Combo. My goodness, can you imagine I looked her up? This is a fascinating story, and of course, the first photo that they post of her is you know when like it freezes Oum Room and one of US looks like insane. How She gets help she obviously needs it. Food you hate it as a kid. But now like other than asparagus anyone else have one Brussels sprouts. sprouts those are the top two that we hated as kids and we like now colonies. Cauliflower chick peas cauliflower. Peas seafood. Oh actually hated pizza when I was younger hated you'll love it. I was a kid at the birthday party who was sitting in the corner like, okay. I don't want anything but my son's the same way but he doesn't it's the sauce. He doesn't like Red Sauce and I say you do know your half. Italian right like I don't understand this. He's like I hate red sauce he won't have anything. This Spencer, the older one. Oh Preston. Let's talk about your son. Preston the need for spicy food. Oh my gosh she's obsessed Dunkin I believe today is releasing their new spicy ghost peppers donut. It's regular doughnut with strawberry. ICING A hot red sugar sprinkled on top. I told him about it and he ran downstairs we're going to Duncan today. Why are we? We went to the farm the other day, and we picked like the fresh vegetables and they had those big red peppers. You know the really long ones that are really hot and he asked the Lady, could you just wash this for me and she looks at me and she goes but that's really hot I. said he's GonNa. Eat the whole thing with no problem and he did no problem at all I'm like you're nuts I love that. He's nuts. You know when I was a kid, I could eat. Being in Texas a lot of Mexican food we had lots of Jalapenos, I could just eat them just. With the seeds and the ribs and everything, and now I can't do it anymore I missed doing that not anymore. All. Right. Let's go. Why don't we barking? Like To you. We're barking because. The reason we're barking. All right. Let's go around the room. Now let's say now we have a phone call to I don't know it doesn't say in my room, there's a phone call. Things. Refreshing, okay. We have two phone calls if like Oh Joyce turn it off. Joyce Line for Oh, we're talking about, LAS? Vegas? Joyce have you been Las Vegas? What's it like? Right yeah. I just got back on Sunday. I would just before days and it is pretty dead. when you? Drive down the Strip there's people, but it's not the same vibe is usually when you go and there's a bunch of people walking the streets and stuff. you have to wear your mask inside and outside when you're walking down the street of this year drinking, and then you put your masks Don, I was asking my Mascot Cup. Bonds when I had even a drink in my hand so It's Your mask on unless you're actually taking a sip of your cocktail. Yeah Wow did you win any money? Did you gamble I mean th? There's no shows, right? Are there shows No shows I gambled I did win eight hundred bucks. Was Good. But then I. Put most of it back. I don't think las. Vegas is the same unless it's you know full of full of people in full of people to Saint where we want to be. Right now, right To say to me when I walked, we were mostly on the Freemont side and when I. When I was well, I king It was just it not like, Hollywood really. Hollywood California. Like walking through a movie set it's it's office talk, but it's always been that way. You just never noticed it really is all fake. About it hey, listen. Thanks for calling choice in stay safe. Okay. Thank you for checking in with us. Thank you. Lisa was in Vegas last week in. Let's see how she did Lisa. Hi. How Was Vegas for you? So I don't know where Joyce was. But where I was over the weekend, it was pretty busy. We're. We're at CAESARS and all of the CAESARS properties. And we were pretty busy I mean there were wall to wall people walking down the street. This strip was busy. 'cause we went about a month before then and it was dead. There was nobody on the streets at all and this time it was a very young crowd. Everybody had masks on. Yes. You could only drink you know take your mask down to drink, and then they told you put your masks back up but you know we went to the. Ice Bar and you know we went down all the little shops and the forum we went everywhere and. There were lying to get it. Tell you seen those you're busy you'll save. I feel safe I was a little nervous at first but they temperature checked you when you come in. And then at the casinos when you're playing blackjack they. Were sanitizing all the chip in. Between game. Though. That's good. See I would be very safe because I never get chips. I'd be the safest guy there because. I lose. All right. Well, listen thanks for checking in Lisa's stay safe in the thanks for giving us the report from Vegas we appreciate it. Eric. By. So just send a text I wish the entire show is just elvis yelling at his dogs. All right now let's go around the room. What's on your mind? We'll start with you what producer Sam you go first okay. 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"cape a" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"My God I never in my life. Well, unfortunately because he was there and he says, he did fix your problem. He said that you are going to be charged for the visit homer yeah. No. No No. Hey, and fix a neck. He's still came out for a service call Ma'am my God I we got insurance on it. No, it's not here not according to my paperwork. You know I have to talk to my grandson because he's the one he bought the machine maybe your grandson's a little irresponsible. No, he's. He's a college graduate. He has his own business. Well, we do have this two hundred and fifty dollar bill here. Oh my God. Oh, my God no no. No. I cannot say for that because he's a liar by the coming here for two minutes. He didn't fix nothing. He says, you don't know how to use the washing machine. Wow, he's. You know I've been washing close for the last sixty years. Tell him to go fly a kite because he I you know with the man is. Definitely sick and Telhami said it to God darn lion come here. What somebody tell them to bring a lawyer bring somebody I have my lawyer goodbye. She's nobody he's a liar. He's a liar calling me now don't answer unless you have three way. Do you have three way? Below. What the drive from threes called me and What He's semi him out I crush them I'm GonNa tell you something that guy was in. Maya I tell you right now he was Eliah high was very polite to him. He wasn't even had five. Minutes. Nice. GonNa say no, he was a son of a bitch. Sunset he's said I overload the machine well, you do Kinda overloaded not I don't know. That machine was from day one. I tell you what I don't ever want your. Business with that base. Again, you understand me why you courtesy. Then met, I shouldn't have done that that some of that stuff was over here and I tell you. I thought you had the insurance. Damn Guy and. I'm PAT decides right now don't cut the cards of yet We're GONNA he's GonNa come this afternoon fixed machine I that's buddy hit because I come. Coming. Right out that son of a Bitchy Oughta, the best thing you know what I He was the son of the. Back, I don't want him in here because I. I, said I've been watching clothes for the last sixty years. You're telling me how to wash goes. They're going to come out and teach you how to do laundry. Yeah like. Tom. The. FM South but don't find here. Did. It you know have fun ahead. One Damn Towel that's all I have is one. That's all I had down here and it's one that I use to put the clothes on the one I wanted to flatten about and that that's cutting the cards up. Show, how rude I'm I am now I'm GonNa tell him. This is how rude I am. Qadam Confirming your appointment for today a I don't have no appointment that I don't send up body here but I don't want to do anymore. But your grandson told me. What he said I don't want nobody here. He said that he wanted someone to teach you how to do the laundry no no, or you don't pay for sick don't come here because I'll pull them the stairs I love them before but I am now. Okay. Ma'am. Please praise I don't want to. Wait. This is Danielle monaro from Elvis Duran and the morning show, and you got phone tapped your grandson playing a joke on you. David why do you play these things on me? Because you're funny. Oh My. That is the worst I've ever heard. Sh. That's why I hate these phone taps I know. I mean. WHO UPSET A GRANDMA? No one I love her Daniel Shame on. Sorry it's might frigging. All there you go. your free money. Well, let's go back to Brodie I. Think we have an update on the he's upping the ante. So brody originally, you're you'RE GONNA TURN IN TWO DOLLARS To make it a third. But. Now, you're saying eight dollars so IT'LL BE A. Thirty six dollars on. Is that right thirty? Thirty thirty eight dollars phones up. So you're at your kicking in another eight. So you're you're giving a total of ten dollars today. Yeah. Two dollars and change I'm going to have to mail Scotty. Good. All right. So we're that was a thirty eight dollar phone tap on a bonus. Wednesday. Thank you brody I do appreciate that and sorry about those. Thank words that that's scary said No. That's okay. Steak dinner, you shouldn't. All right. Hold on one second. Let's go talk to Lindsay who just? One thirty eight. This is a record breaker. Three. Congratulations. Thank you so much I feel so honored. Believe me. All right. We have to work hard. Anyway thirty eight dollars on the way. What are you doing today? Lindsay. What's your all about? Right now, I am actually drive I'm sitting in traffic on stuff, but that's pretty much it nothing too exciting but. Of My day talking to you guys go gone all sorry about that. Well, thank you so much for listening to us while whilst in traffic. Lindsey. Don't work too hard today. Thirty dollars is on the way you should take the day off Hello Yeah I could turn around right now. Go back turn baby. Hold on thank you for listening to hate nate sin heard thirty eight dollars. You Got Elvis Daniel. Let's go. What do you have to report this right so a lot of bands are trying to find really cool ways to perform go on tour and they want to be there for the fans they WANNA make money. So the flaming lips are apparently going to play shows where everyone in the audience is sitting in a bubble now I don't know if you saw this back in June, they performed themselves in a bubble on television they're called space bubbles you should go because it's actually pretty cool to say. It could work I mean it might be a fun way to go see a concert too. So we'll see if if it happened. A. Gerbil ball or whatever it is. It looks like a clear inflatable bubble to me looks. Yeah. Daniel today's and birthdays. Oh happy birthday end Anita. vice-president have a good day. Bye Sprints are. Okay Cardi B. Accidentally showed us a little something something. She was topless on the couch she on bloated it instagram story and we all got to see and I'm trying to get the audio of her like saying you know no big deal who cares blah blah. Blah. There's so many F. bombs in the studio that Garrett is trying to clean it up so that I could play it. So as soon as that happens, I'll let you know but she thinks it's not such a big deal. She thinks she's just stupid basically. And speaking of Cardi. B.? WOP has not been submitted for the Grammy Awards. Now, in order to be a contender for the twenty twenty, one grammy awards, you had to have this song between September twenty, nineteen in August of twenty twenty she made it right in there but they're holding off they're going to admit it next year when her album comes out there put the song in then Kelly Clarkson. Has Been talking about what's been going on in her life. She's promoting the new season of the voice she's down with extra and she said that everybody is kind of going through some therapy right now because of everything that happened with the divorce and she said that is fine because it's helping everybody and she says a lot of our sad and it's okay to be sad.
"cape a" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Watched toy story, he's an toy stary get up. He's Batman he's in a star wars just anything that. We've watched he wants to be in something before we leave the house. He's eight now, but this has been ongoing since he was about three or four. Well I know as a parent. This may this may upset. You've I hope he never gives up this habit I wasn't. Going borrows your car to go on a date and he's dressed. Batman. Fan Right Rachel thanks for listening to go have a great day. Okay. You Right. All right. Let's get into the Daniel Report Danielle Radio Yeah await. Sand. feel-good. GonNa make people feel better than that topic that was full. So running. So late I thought he was Daniel Sorry. I'm late. Alright. Producers Sandwich feel good right. So this admission is from Sarah. Pompous and when we think about animals being rescued, the always think about you know a person choosing dog choosing a cat we never think about how sometimes it is the other way around. So officer to Verna and Marcado were walking around La on Hobart street when a tiny chocolate covered pooch literally the size of a Guinea pig and I just sent you guys pictures. You could see came out of nowhere and planted himself on top of officer Markatos foot. This puppy was clearly too little and too young to take care of himself and it seemed like he was literally asking for help. He just walked up out of nowhere. Yeah. Just out of nowhere and sat on the foot of one of these officers. So they decided to bring the puppy back to the station while they figured out, you know what the steps are and everyone at the station was so obsessed with how little and cute this dog is but the dog only had is for officer Mercado who sat on his foot. So by the end of the day yeah, that was the. Officer took it as a sign. This dog has chosen me and now he is the proud papa of a little dog named named after the street that he found his humor the Gospel. Cute. So can you got to check it out? It's up Elvis, Duran. Dot Com and I really welcome any animal to sit on my foot. I will take you home, and if you have a story that deserves to be featured, email me semi elvis dot com subject minefield goods. Said sit on my foot. Yeah they're learning. Thank you produce your sandwich for dinner tonight. Because you guys were talking smack about it earlier and now I'm craving. Su Vida we have a beautiful day SAM. Thank you. Love you. Love you more Danielle what are coming up? Love. The royals may not be as messy as we thought. Okay. What that and more on the way after this. Story in in the morning show. To anyway the holiday season on the way more people are going to be mailing stuff. Before a lot of people are gonNA be mailing things because they don't want to go to people's houses because they don't want to get the did I get it? This means the post office is going to be really busy. So don't stand in line for post office everything you can do at the post office you can do with stamps dot com at home safely at home not only can you do everything to do with the post office but now ups shipping right from your computer with stamps dot com anything you can do just takes a couple of clicks on your computer stamps dot. COM saves you money to deep discounts that can get you. Got Five cents off every first class stamp up to forty percent off priority mail up to sixty two percent of ups shopping rates. Don't spend a moment of your holiday season to post office sign up for stamps, DOT com no risk use the promo. Code Elvis. You get a special offer that a four week trial plus free postage in a digital scale. No long term commitments or contracts go to stamps DOT COM, click on the microphone. At the top of the homepage in type Elvis never going to the post office. Again, do it all from the safety of your own home stamps dot com click on the microphone type in Elvis. Is Elvis. In the morning show. So our good friend Dan Kluger Super, Chef Dan. Kluger. is going to be on later he has a new book out. Got I miss going to his restaurant you've into his lowering place. Scary. The hit. anyway he got his new cookbook out and he he has this way of. Cooking things that just so they're so refreshing different and I don't know but his book out so he'll be on later Do you have the book in front of you? There I do. And somebody somebody wrote something i. know he asked me to write. Write a review of the book. It's in there along with I think I think bobby flay. Is there some of the People Rachel Ray you're gonna read what you wrote yes read what I wrote. Here we go. You actually a very good writer I've been reading this I'm like, wow, he's really Dance Gift of instinctually knowing how to layer flavor and texture and every single byte is mind blowing after years of mastering the signs of taste in this book, he breaks it down. So you and I can create the magic in our own kitchens, the art of a good, Char. In the dance of sweet sour and spicy transforms a good dish into a fabulous dish, you're going to have so much fun in these pages. There you go. That sounds. Said Elvis Duran. Is it. Weird hearing somebody else read your words in their interpretation of it? Yes. Making my Char I love a good. Shar. Is. Great. You're so good with words I remember you writing emails before I even started working for him like, wow, he's really he should write a book in that. Funny. How when I'm talking on the Air I'm not good with words at all but if I have time to sit down and And formulate. Or. Whatever. Like I got I got yelled at the other day because I use the word chartreuse. Really chartreuse. Yeah. What's wrong chartreuse that's neat word. Word. It is very great chartreuse. Anyway. So Dan on later see everybody's GonNa say something we'll move on Danielle you ready to go sure. What do you have today? All right. So let's talk about Justin Bieber yesterday his crocs went on sale and people are not happy because well, they were supposed to go on sale at noon, but things got kind of delayed. So some people started to get kicked out of the line, and then you're only supposed to buy one pair but of course, people use bots to try and get around that and buy more sold out an hour and a half many people didn't get their hands on them. So some people are really pissed off this morning about that and I'm sure you can get them on Ebay and they're going to be lots and lots of money. Wants to find. He has a new holiday song out I. Once Christmas album came out in two thousand, seventeen you make you feel like Christmas. If you don't have it, it's fabulous. You need to get it anyway but this is called. This is her.
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"cape a" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Have the woods hole oceanographic institute so it was founded in nineteen thirty? It's the largest independent oceanographic research institute in the US and scientists and engineers from their travel the globe from the coast to the deepest depths to tackle questions ranging from climate change to oil spills and ocean acidification in September nineteen eighty five a joint french-american expedition led by Jacques. Louis Michel of Premier and Rubber Ballard of the Woods Hole Institute identified the location of the wreck of the titanic cool. There are really cool. Is there a really cool Organization that's there lots at low toll vessels and they said they have underwater ones. They've some submarines they have some above water ships? You know regular shailer ships. Yeah so yeah a lot of coming out of woods hole there that's cool and also just extra tidbit the CAPE COD or the Cape. Cod type of cocktail consisting. Vodka and cranberry juice cranberries are very big up in Massachusetts especially around the Plymouth area and the Cape Cod region. So that's why the cranberry juice drink comes from there. Another North American Cape Cape Fear. Oh yeah the movie. Yes exactly like the movie. So fear is a headland that just into the Atlantic Ocean from bald head island on the coast of North Carolina. It's for the intersection of two sweeping arcs of shifting low Lang beach that are the result of longshore currents that also formed the frying pan shoals which are part of the Graveyard of the Atlantic man. This place sounds scary. There are more than six hundred ships that wrecked in this section one end in this section of the ocean as victims of shallow shoals storms in war. That's the graveyard of the Atlantic so The NAME FOR CAPE. Fear comes from the fifteen eighty five expedition of Sir Richard Grenville. He was sailing to Roanoke Island and his ship became stuck behind the Cape. Some of the crew were afraid they would wreck giving rise to the name Cape Fear but Interestingly Cape Fear is the fifth oldest surviving English place name in the United States. Oh Wow that's cool isn't it? It's funny that we can track that kind of you know. The you mentioned the movie Cape Fear. Originally the original film came out in nineteen sixty two so that was adapted by James. Our web from the nineteen fifty seven novel the executioners by John D. McDonald in the film concerns an attorney whose family is being stopped by a criminal. He helped to send to jail. So that was a Neo Noir. Psychological thriller starring Robert. Mitchum Gregory Pack Martin Balsam and polly. Bergen it was remade. Nineteen ninety-one Martin Scorsese starring like Robert Deniro as the the very scary criminal guy But three of the main actors from the nineteen sixty two version did appear in the remake. So that was kind of neat. Oh that's cool. Yeah that's I mean. That's probably if you don't vacation in the outer banks that's probably how you've heard of Cape Fear is is through the movie. Yeah Yeah no. I have never a vacation in the outer bass. Well you're missing out because apparently because there you also have Cape Hatteras saw Abedin in a thin broken strain of islands. In North Carolina that arch out into the Atlantic Ocean Ocean from the US mainland and back toward the mainland creating a series of islands between the Outer Banks and the mainland so for thousands of years these barrier islands have survived onslaughts of wind and Sea Cape Hatteras is also the nearest landmass on the North American mainland to Bermuda which is only about six hundred forty eight miles or five hundred sixty three nautical miles to the east or southeast. I wouldn't think that Bermuda was that far north. Yes but same all right another one that we've heard of Cape May Right so that's a peninsula an island. That's divided by a narrow channel. It's the southern tip of the island is the southernmost point of the State of New Jersey. So the peninsula resides in Cape May County. Runs southward from the New Jersey mainland separates Delaware Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. Kate is named for Cornelius. Jacobsen may spelled M. E. Y. Dutch explorer working for the Dutch east. India company. Cape May is apparently famous as one of the top birding sites in North America and Cape May New Jersey. The town is one of the country's oldest vacation resort destinations entire city of Cape May is designated the Cape May historic district which is a national landmark due to its concentration of Victorian buildings. Oh how nice yes. We're going ahead a little bit south and go to Cape Sable. So that's the southern most point of the United States mainland and mainland Florida. It's located in south western Florida in his part of the everglades National Park. They have three prominent points there on Cape Sable the east. Cape which is the actual southernmost point of Florida and the United States mainland It also is the location of Lake. Ingram which the southernmost lake in the United States the Middle Cape also known as palm point and then the North West Cape and has a lot of lakes and beaches and again it's part of the everglades national park. So there's a Lotta. There's a lot of things down there. But yeah like you've you've obviously been which is like the real southern EST like part of the United States and the continental us but but this is the part of the mainland. This is the southernmost point and the mainland but also in Florida Cape Canaveral. Ooh That's in. I'm Brevard County Florida. It's near the center of the state's Atlantic coast. I'm this is actually known as Cape Kennedy from nineteen sixty three to nineteen seventy-three in his part of a region known as the space coast. Yeah of the Cape Canaveral Air Force station so since many. Us spacecraft have been launched from both the station and the Kennedy Space Center on adjacent Merritt Island. The two are sometimes conflated with one another. Oh so they're not the same thing. Kennedy Space Center is on Merritt Island as opposed to Cape Canaveral. I say okay It Omar shoots spacefaring heritage the Florida Public Service Commission allocated area code three to one as in a launch countdown to the Cape Canaveral area Okay that's cute. Yeah Nice job. Queue and other features of that Cape include the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse in Port Canaveral. Which is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world. Where oh I believe. It used to be one of the busiest crew. We'll see where we'll see. We'll see where the future takes us. Also I guess we'll see In Mexico you have Kabo San Lucas or something. Sometimes people just call it Kabo So that's a resort city. At the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula in the Mexican state of California Sir Cabo San Lucas is known for its beaches scuba diving. Locations in the sea arch are good. The Kabo San Lucas is very good life. So that's Kabo in Spanish means Cape in English. You see that it out heading down to South America. I know it's okay. I'm not GONNA do it. I'm not GONNA do it. I was GONNA say everybody else out there. You can you picture a CAPE IN SOUTH AMERICA? And if you said Cape Horn than you're right. So porn porn is the southernmost Hedlund of the Sierra del Fuego archipelago southern Chile. And it's located on the small or knows island. So it's not the most southerly point of South America. That's actually the Diego's GonNa Islands. Cape Horn marks the northern boundary of the drake passage and marks where the Atlantic and Pacific oceans meet. Oh okay cool so k. Porn was discovered and first rounded in sixteen sixteen by the Dutchman Willem Schouten who named it after the city of Hoon in the Netherlands to WHO and for Decades Cape Horn was a major milestone on. The Clipper Route Because sailing ships carried trade around the world and the waters around. Cape Horn particularly hazardous owns a strong winds large waves strong currents and also sometimes icebergs so yeah. The need for boats and ships around Cape Horn was actually ended up being greatly reduced when the Panama Canal opened in Nineteen Fourteen Austria failing around Cape Horn is still widely regarded as one of the major challenges in yachting and it is believed that more than ten thousand sailors have perished Rounding Cape Horn. Oh my God see this is why again. Do not go out into the sea. It is not gonNA. It's not gonNA treat you right. Not For us. Not For us see is a dangerous place. How many times? I have to tell you the whole reason why I started. This podcast was to warn you about space and the sea and to teach people to really obscure fashion design. Exactly have written on my whiteboard. Just remember that Cape Horn is one of the great capes. We'll tell you a little bit more about that a minute okay. Moving along to another continent going to Africa. You have the Cape of Good Hope. Yes. Isn't that sound nice? Good Hope it's a rocky Headland Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula in South Africa. So when following the western side of the African coastline from the equator the Cape of Good Hope marks the point where ship begins to travel more eastward than southward the first modern rounding of the Cape was in fourteen eighty eight Portuguese and it was a milestone in the attempts by the Portuguese to establish trade relations with the Far East. A common misconception. Is that the Cape of good. Hope is the southern tip of Africa instead that is Actually Cape. I'll go haas which translates into the Cape of needles. That's the geographic southern tip of the African continent in the beginning of the dividing line between the Atlantic and Indian oceans. The Cape of Good Hope also called Cape Colony has also been of special two sailors. Many of whom referred to it simply as the Cape. So it's a way point on the Cape Route. And the clipper route followed by ships to the Far East and Australia and still followed by several offshore yacht races and again keep of good hope is also one of the Great Capes Cape Good Hope is also the official home of the South African Astronomical Observatory up top and the unofficial home of more than thirty five hundred shipwrecks down below. Like Gosh so until the work of the South African Astronomical Observatory began in eighteen twenty the treacherous seas around the Cape of Good Hope saw more than five hundred years of ships battering and crashing through the South Atlantic with little to no usable stellar navigation. Established Gosh so without the positions of the southern stars accurately mapped ships were often on their own in. Unfamiliar waters are under unfamiliar skies. So the observatory. There has done a lot of a lot of work. Oh yeah you know what I never even thought about that like if you are from northern hemisphere country and you know how like Guide Yourself? Sars soon as you cross Ed equator literally. You can't look anywhere on exactly like what are we who Again you should not sale where it related to that. Also the CAPE OF GOOD. Hope is the legendary home of the ship. The Flying Dutchman Oud by tormented and damned ghostly sailors it's doomed forever to beat its way through the adjacent waters without ever succeeding in rounding the headland the Flying Dutchman. All right So two of the three great capes are Cape Horn in South America and Africa and finally in Australia. You Get Cape Lee win. That's spelled L. E. E. U. W. I N. Cape. It is the most South Westerly mainland point of the Australian continent in the state of Western Australia and Australia. It is considered the point where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean. Okay the war Dandy Aboriginals. Were the first peoples in the area. And they called it. Do Gallup I like that better but okay. Yeah me too. The English navigator Matthew flinders named Cape Lou and after the first known ship to visit the area the Lewin a Dutch vessel that translates to lioness and so that vessel had charted some in the nearby coastline in sixteen twenty two so again. That's the third Grade Cape so I guess yachters like to around the mall. I mean it's like a big deal if you get around all if you're able to navigate around all three. I don't know if you have to do it in the same trip word. But it's a you know. It's a sign of accomplishment did. We haven't talked about Europe yet so Cape nor the kin and or decay. I N N is the northernmost point on the northern peninsula in Norway it's on northern peninsula in trump's Ogg finnmark county in case you're checking so that's notable for being the northernmost point of mainland Norway and by extension the northernmost point of mainland Europe. Okay ignored catching up. And then Kabo Roka or Cape Roca is a Cape which forms the westernmost point of the central mountain range of mainland Portugal and so that is the westernmost point of continental Europe and the Eurasian landmass is Kaberuka in Portugal cool. Yep those are all the ones I wanted to talk about it all the Kate. All the Cape's I wanted to talk about and just some Bonus Cape Info for you. I know leaves a little bit at the top but the Cape of Matador is called a Maleta in it has traditionally always been read but not really for any bull related reason so bulls can't see red they're actually calling line to it but they react to the erratic movement of the Cape itself and that's why they charge. Actually Maleta is actually only used in the final third act of a bullfight like they just like get in the ring with the with the came.
"cape a" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"All about capes. Now all right I am talking. Geo- geographic terms today not the clothing type although if you then did clothing episode. I don't know what I don't know how much there is to say. But there really isn't GonNa tell you right now. It's like opera. Capes COSTUME CAPES THE ENTIERE MAYBE DRACULA CAPES. Yes that's true with a high collar done. We've just did it so well. Yeah so I have more. I have more so in geography a Cape is a headland or promontory of large size extending into a body of Water. Typically the sea so cape usually represents a market change in the trend of the coastline. Which kind of makes this This lane form prone to natural forms of erosion a lot of ways by the tide. So this results in caves. Having a relatively short geological lifespan oh can be formed by glaciers volcanoes or changes in sea level and again erosion plays a large role in each of these methods of formation. So the difference between a Cape and peninsula is connected to the mainland by a larger massive land than a peninsula which is connected by a thin landmass so basically a peninsula could almost be considered. It's almost an island like it's surrounded by water on three sides and then is connected to the mainland by a little bit of land but a Cape is bordered by water on two sides. Okay and it like shucks out into the body of water so I just kind of want to talk about some of the important ones. You know. Let's do it I'm in. We'll start with North America so cape. Spear is the easternmost point in Canada in North America. It's a headland located on the avalon peninsula of Newfoundland near Saint John's and the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador so the Portuguese named this location Kabul the Esperanza Meaning Cape of hope which became cop a spar in French and then in English. Cape Spear. Okay I see it now So that's the easternmost point in Canada and North America to go to the northernmost point of Canada. That's Cape Columbia. It's located on Ellesmere island in the region of none of it. That is spelled. Cue I may. I Q T. A. L. U. A. I don't want to offend anybody by trying to announce out myself But just know that Cape Columbia is located on Ellesmere island in none of it. So that is the westernmost coastal point of the Lincoln. Seen Arctic Ocean in. It is the world's northernmost point of land outside of Greenland the distance to the North Pole from Cape Columbia is about four hundred seventy miles. Oh that's not so Up there yeah. Columbia northernmost point landon Canada. You have also Canada Cup diamant. It's a Cape on an edge of the promontory of Quebec on which Quebec City is located. So it's formed by a confluence of a bed in the Saint Lawrence River to the South East and the much lower Saint Charles River to the North so Jacques Cartier the French explorer who found glittering stones the high cliff there thought that these stones contain diamonds and after he brought samples of these back to France in fifteen forty. Two experts concluded that these diamonds were actually courts so there is a proverb in Canada or infrared sometimes FOCO diamant Du. Canada is fake or as false as a Canadian diamond. Oh Man I bet the Canadians love that. Yes so he's able to have a Cape that is located in a river. Okay hefty diamant it's Quebec City is on it. I didn't realize that's cool now. Moving back down to one that we've all heard of Cape Cod of course. So that's our Geographic Cape extending into yet learn made an elbow. She pumped up showing her elbow. Because that's how you signify where you are on Cape Cod. So that's In the Atlantic Ocean from the southeast corner of mainly in Massachusetts it's historic maritime character and ample beaches attract heavy tourism during the summer months. Obviously to the south of CAPE COD is touchdown. Untuckit and Martha's Vineyard. Which are you know to nicely sized islands And there's also the privately-owned Elizabeth Islands within that region. So most of the Elizabeth Islands are privately owned. So you'll have a billionaire. Owns his own island there and then. Tuck it sound. I'm sorry if you are rich enough to own an entire island in the United States like you own an island you are too rich. I'm sorry and Ireland that you can drive a car on. Let's go ahead. And Yeah and qualify that because the thousand islands region in New York state. Aren't there like some of the islands are very small there right. Yeah some of the islands are like basically like a rock outcropping. Yeah of the river. If you have electricity and a car on your own island in America yes yes then you are to rid. We've said you heard it here. I don't know we're controversial. So Cape Cod is actually one of the biggest barrier islands in the world at shields much of the Massachusetts coastline from North American storm waves and Cape. Cod was among the first places settled by the English in North America. So few other extra INFO tidbits about Cape Cod googly ELMO. Marconi made the first transatlantic wireless transmission originating in the US from Cape Cod at Wellesley. In one thousand nine hundred three so he set up a wireless station there and then had been doing some little bit of transmitting within Massachusetts an within the United States but the first transatlantic radio transmission was from Cape Cod to the UK and nine hundred ninety. Three the beach below the bluffs. There where his station was located is now called Marconi. Beach in one thousand fourteen. He began construction of a new transatlantic wireless receiver station in Chatham and a companion transmitter station in Marian. They're also on Cape Cod in one thousand nine hundred eighty the stations were acquired by RCA in nineteen twenty one. The Chatham Station began operations as a maritime radio station communicating to ships at sea using the call sign. Wcc This station. Supported the communications of Amelia. Earhart.
"cape a" Discussed on The Daily Beans
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"cape a" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Listen you may be thinking that there's emergency here because there's an impeachment going on you should know these subpoenas born issued in the context of an impeachment. So if you're feeling pressured to get this done quickly. You shouldn't because these aren't impeachment subpoenas Lena's these are legislative purpose Pena's and the purposes that they've told us are not an impeachment so but I think the counter argument to that from the from from Congress is simply. We're running out of time here regardless of whether this is an impeachment first of all we are in fact investigating you And and so that that can't be ignored but but also you know we're we're now into almost into twenty twenty and are we issue these subpoenas eight months ago. Oh and we can't get the documents that we can we can enact laws and You know this needs to hurry up so those arguments. Let's cut both ways and I don't know who's going to try to use those arguments. Were not an impeachment But look the court knows what's going on here and they know the way it's going to be perceived the world we are in fact in an impeachment inquiry and everybody knows these documents will be used at impeachment and created. The House has made no bones about that have said that if they get these documents documents they're gonNA turn them over the judiciary they just haven't said that. That's the reason for this peanut because when they issue these subpoenas back in April we want an impeachment inquiry. So it's a little bit of a dance. What's yeah and also I think another reason not to be fatalistic? If they do decide to grant cert or the stay in any of these cases is that we expect back court to set a relief expedited timeline for these hearings. There's no indication that they would not in fact. There's every indication that they would considering insisting how fast you know they sort of. They've already sort of taken three months away. From trump to file a his writ of Sirte In in in these cases by you know making the deadlines December Fifth and December tenth. And then for you know Ruth Bader Ginsburg to give them until Friday at five. I have To consider it seemed they've already shown an interest in expediting these cases very quickly and rapidly so if they do grant stay. There's really no reason listen to be doomsday about it because these are going to be heard well before End of next session and that puts it to June latest latest. I Possibly and most likely quite a bit sooner than that one hundred percent agree with that I I think that you know I've been very Strident on twitter in maintaining. The House will not move forward with impeachment until they have of the trump's financial financial documents. I have to say that's becoming ill. I'm losing my strident on that point point and only because I think that the the there is urgency behind the Ukraine impeachment. It's not an urgency that we have to do this now in order to stop him or something like that. But it's simply almost out of the barn now The they've said we don't need any more witnesses. They've said we don't need any more testimony of any kind. We have everything we you need. I think that they are going to go forward with a vote. Next week is the way it's looking I I. I think what they're thinking is either going to get. What we we need this week from the Supreme Court or we're going to go forward with Ukraine and then we're going to get the financial documents later and we're going to double back and we're going to do this puck conceivably probably do this again? I don't know that I I kind of still hope that. That's not what happens but I don't think people should Lose faith that that eventually the walls around trump are going to crumble because I still think they will regardless. I think once these financial crimes come to light even if it's in March and even if the impeachment inquiry has already proceeded in the Senate and trump is already been acquitted by the Senate I think when these financial crimes are revealed do think there will be significant financial financial crimes revealed in the documents that are received from as ours and Deutsche Bank. That is going to be crippling to trump. And he will either be removed from office through The impeachment process or he'll be voted out of office on the basis or just simply forced out of office and off the GOP ticket by the GOP itself as difficult as that is to imagine. I just don't think he can withstand the disclosure of these financial crimes and and win another term Sharma president. I just don't see how that's possible. And I think regardless of whether they vote in the full House to impeach we will definitely have a more complete picture of of the timeline Either today or Monday and I think that that will most likely inform the House Democrats as to whether to move forward before the before for the break or not I personally Think that the Supreme Court will deny certain advanced case given the time constraints for his statute of limitations and that it's grand jury so secrecy can be more easily guaranteed than if things are handed over to Congress although Congress can give you know reassurances that that stuff won't get out but You know for irreparable harm or whatever so I think they. I think I think they'll deny certain events case but I think they'll grant it in the House of House House oversight Missouri's case and I think they will grant the stay in the Deutsche Bank case and I just want everybody to be prepared for that and I think we've gone over several reasons. Why that is? It's still all good news. Yeah I think that's right and I think in this case your guess is as good as mine and the next guy's gases as good as both of ours and we'll see what happens but ultimately I still firmly I believe trump will is on the merits of all three of these cases. If they reached the merits. I'm on very resolute in my belief on that and so we'll see what happens. Yup I concur. We'll thanks for joining us today. Everybody Uncle Blazer I would say check you out on twitter but I think your private now so Follow us at Miller she wrote. And we'll we'll let you know what's going on all right. Thanks have a good one. We'll be right back. Stay with US everybody. AG The serving daily beans is brought to you by route.
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"Hey everybody welcome back joining us today to discuss. The case is being considered during the scheduled Supreme Court Conference. Today is Uncle Blazer Uncle Blazer welcome back to the daily beans probably. How are you today? Are you having a good day. I'm great I'm hanging in there. I think we've been anticipating stay for awhile. Can you remind us of the three. Three cases that involve trump's taxes that are being considered by the Supreme Court today. Yeah so we have three separate cases All related did in that their subpoena battles the first one and the one that we know for sure is a motion. I'm sorry to petition for Cert. That will be. We decided at this conference on Friday is a dance versus trump case. Which is the Manhattan? Da Offices Subpoena China to trump's accounting firm may czars Looking to get Trump's tax returns work papers That maziarz holds on trump in connection with a criminal. Investigation by the Manhattan. DA's office and we know that one will be decided at this conference because it's actually on the scheduled to be heard the conference The other two cases are both cases involving the House and the House is issued. Subpoenas US both to Masar Andrew Deutsche Bank the Deutsche Bank case we know it the stay of the deutchebanks subpoena will be considered at this conference. We know that the House has requested that the their Masar subpoena case also be heard at this conference and that the Deutsche Bank subpoena case be considered sort of together with them as ours case at this conference but the Supreme Court has not said that that will happen then. We probably won't hear that that will happen until after it happens. Yeah and I think that we can conclude that the Deutsche Bank case. The the stay will be considered considered because Ruth Bader GINSBURG issued a temporary administrative stay. That expires at five. PM and if they don't consider sitter it They would have to either administer another temporary stay or this day would expire in Deutsche Bank at hand over the records. That's right so that the at the very very lease the deutchebanks stay will be decided upon what we don't know is whether the court will take the houses suggestion and and consider that deutchebanks stay request as if it were a petition for cert and consider it together with the May Czars petition for Cert by trump up on the houses subpoena and the House is asking the court to deny certain on both of those cases at this conference due to the their surgency of of time and needing to get the materials. Now you keep mentioning the You know considering they you know that the house dams have filed To have the Supreme Court consider DEUTCHEBANKS. Stay like a writ of Sirte. What does that mean? I think technically what what they're asking. Is that the that the court consider it not on the using the standards that you would use to determine whether or not to grant a stay a but instead to consider it on the grounds of what you would consider when granting cert and so rather than saying you know this this is this is this meets the test to get a stay but will defer until another day whether to grant cert. The House wants them to actually make that that determination Asian of whether to grant certain now rather than going through the extra stop the because the maze ours cases before them or at least teed up before them now to be decided for Cert- assert that the house is suggesting that both of the two cases be considered on the grounds of weather to grant cert as opposed to considering Deutsche Bank. Stay and maize. These are cert- request and you're talking about the May Czars Oversight Committee House Dem Cert- because these are sort of similar in that they're both. Oh subpoenas by house congressional committees whereas the CY Vance case is a grand jury Federal Criminal Investigation. So they're kind of coupling coupling. Those together is that sort of or at least they're. They're asking the Supreme Court to sort of do that. Is that like if you if you're basically if you're considering the cert in the oversight Czars case you can probably are early decide. The cert on the I think it was the Financial Services and Intel committees subpoenaed to Deutsche Bank case. That's right they have overall been issues. And and the the gods have not done us any favors here by having three different subpoenas by two different people to two different entities. The House the House and the Manhattan. DA's office are both both issue. Have both issued subpoenas as ours. The House has also issued a subpoena to Deutsche Bank. So there's there's a lot of overlap in who's he's getting subpoenas and then there's overlap in what the issues are and the reasons for the for the subpoenas But it becomes very confusing when you start talking about as ours as whether you're talking about the House House or the Manhattan Da's office. I'm sorry if I'm making that sound a little confusing. No it is confusing. So we're we're trying to simplify it and I think you're doing in a wonderful job so To set some expectations here. Because you know of course we would love for them to deny the stay in Deutsche Bank deny the cert in oversight Czars. Deny the cert in the CY Vance case Can you tell us what you think is more likely to happen. And then also also if if they don't deny everything Can you tell people not to freak out like why. Shouldn't people freak out. Let's let's start there. No one should freak out. If certain granted in these cases that is not an indication of what will happen on the merits that is merely an indication that the court feels that the case should be heard and and the court grant cert. It's not it's Easy to get Sir before the Supreme Court but if if it were true that a grant of certain things are GonNa win then every case where they grant sir they would rule in favor favor of the party for him. The granted cert and that does not happen. It's it's more like fifty fifty after they grant cert as to WHO's going to which side is going to win. That doesn't mean that here. It's a fifty fifty the chance either for trump. If if cert- granted I believe will be granted for one of two reasons one because they feel l. like these issues are so important that the Supreme Court should actually go on record and say what they're deciding and why they're deciding it And and the the other reason it's important is Just because of deference to the executive branch and historically speaking speaking the the judicial branch has given deference to the executive branch and the legislative branch and heard their cases rather on just simply denying cert so just to to set that fear aside a grant of Sirte does not mean that trump is going to win it does not mean the curtis compromised. That does not mean the sky is falling. It just means the court wants to hear the case now. I think that most people believe leave that certain will be granted and it will be granted for one of those two reasons or maybe a combination of the two reasons I just gave. There's some complicating factors here. Though that could lead to serve it being denied one is that the merits of the case are just really bad for trump. And it's just it's just not just not compelling cases on the merits I can I can I guess the second factor that might make them denies hurt. Let's talk That there are some statute of limitations considerations at least in the Sivan's this case not to mention it's a federal grand jury subpoena. So there are secrecy guarantees in place for that. Yeah I think it's A. It's a time urgency generally rolley on all three of the cases and in the case. You're right. The reason for the urgency is the statute of limitations whereas in the house cases. The urgency urgency is twofold one. While I guess maybe it's even threefold one. We're we're we're sort of headlong into an impeachment right now even though these cases says are not brought on the grounds of impeachment When I say that I mean the subpoenas were issued during an impeachment inquiry and so they are not? They're not being tested for whether or not. They are valid in an in the context of an impeachment inquiry however we are heading into an impeachment and the court is aware of that and clearly understand that. Also we're heading towards an AH election presidential election and these issues need to be resolved before the presidential election for fairly obvious reasons but three were also at an heading towards. It's the end of the congressional session and when Congress issues a subpoena. They need to get that subpoena and evaluate it and figure out whether or not they're we're going to do something with it before their their congressional term expires. So there's a there's a a time crunch here on all three cases that I I I think the court will take into account but I think the third reason I've heard a lot of people talk about this reason but I think that these are really bad cases for the court to set precedent president. They say bad facts make bad law and what they mean by that is when you have cases that that have particularly bad set out of facts you can end up with law. That's too broad and hear. These subpoenas are so obviously fine that I think the court might be a little bit Leery of of issuing an opinion. That says that it's okay issue to to Put subpoenas out on a president when we definitely. That could be a problem in the future. We don't WANNA have a president in office and he's just getting subpoenaed left and right for no reason because he has a hostile congress after him. Right I mean trump says. That's what's happening here. That's not what's happening here but if that were what's happening here. That wouldn't be a problem if we had the. GOP were in charge of both houses of Congress and we had a perfectly squeaky clean a Democratic president in office. I don't think anybody would be shocked to find the GOP issuing subpoenas to look at everything under the sun on on that Democratic president. And I think that's that's problematic. And I think if I think this this court might be a little bit hesitant tint to issue an opinion that says it's fine to issue subpoenas to the to the president Whereas and so so one easy easy way to dispense with that is simply deny cert- because if you deny sir what you say is the lower court rulings stand but we're not going to tell you how we feel generally about this issue issue? We'll look at it next time if ever happens again and then we'll wait into it and we'll tell you exactly what what the contours of this what. The contours are So that that that if I were on the court that would be my concern. I wouldn't WANNA set some precedent that's going to be used in future years to just harassing also go after an actually clean president. Yeah and I have a question for you to on the consideration of the quickness duty impeachment being you know in full swing Recently pence was asked by shift to declassify a phone call. He had on September eighteenth. That was testified to Behind closed doors ars by his aide Jennifer Williams So shift asked him to declassify that call and pence's argument for not doing so. was that the impeachment. Inquiry is Over could we hear that argument from trump's lawyers in these cases saying you don't have to hurry up anymore. Impeachment is over by David it well first of all I saw that coming I really I figured okay. What's the next thing they're going to say about why they don't have to comply with requests for documents knits and testimony? And I figured that. Say Well you've already made up your mind so we're not gonNA complying mark Whereas you know they're just they keep moving those goalposts every time the the inquiry develops further? They just find some new reason why they're going to not comply and I figured that would be the next reason. But these cases that are currently before the court or did not arise in the context of an impeachment so that would be an awkward argument for trump's lawyers to make to say. I do think that they will argue. There's no reason to hurry here because this isn't about an impeachment and so you know you may be hearing I if I were trump's lawyers standing before the supreme court I couldn't good conscience do that but if I were I would say you know..
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"Hey everybody welcome back as we know this week. Adam Schiff sent a letter to hence and mother No just pants asking him to declassify a call he had with Pleasantville President Vollmer's Alinsky And he had that call in September eighteenth based on testimony by pence's aid Jennifer Williams during the impeachment hearings things in the house. Intelligence Committee The content of that call was given to the House Intelligence Committee separately under seal by Jennifer Williams because she had said pence had classified information from the call and so shift wrote. Depends saying you're not allowed to miss classify shit to cover up crimes. Bro And Pence has now responded saying he will not declassify the call in his reason. His defense is is request. Shifts request is illegitimate because the impeachment inquiry has concluded in a letter to shift pence's lawyer. Matthew Morgan Oregon's it serves no purpose to declassify supplemental testimony from Jennifer Williams. Saying at this point the Intelligence Committee's Oversight Authority is limited to those areas in which may potentially potentially legislate or appropriate unquote The dams of made no announcements their inquiry has concluded in fact shift said he would be filing supplemental the report to the judiciary and after investigating if more evidence emerges. And he's done that he did submit the contents of this call to the judiciary in his December Third Report when it was transmitted into the judiciary and frankly I'm surprised. They haven't declassified at themselves and brought it up in today's debate over the articles of impeachment. Like where's that call. They also aren't mentioning the the fabricated call on September ninth by Sunlen where September where he where September where Sunland says he talked to trump. He never did so. It's just interesting that they are bringing these things up but I mean I guess they're just trying to keep it as simple as possible and keep the message the same and they're disturbed just repeating now. They're still going. There could be saying it right now as I speak. 'cause they're still debating speaking of Scotland. I don't foresee him doing yoga in his cellblock co in doing it. No not the same energy's Also I love pences defense for this is basically like you rub your inquiry. Yeah that's a really weak looking. You need that Bro. Yeah and that actually instantly thought That today we're GONNA have in the next block. We're going to review blazer about the Supreme Court cases that are that considering in their conference today and I was like that's going to be a defense now That hey the impeachment. This concluded. You'll well done. You do need to move promotion but I don't think that the justification relies on it relating to this specific impeachment. It's just the process of impeachment. In general general which as we know is something that conceivably could continue for as long as they wanted to. And if you end this impeachment you can always impeach again. So they're investigating they. They made it clear. It's it's just a weird dumb defense So we'll see what happens with Adam really well I. I have every confidence that we will know. Eventually what was in that pence call which tested matter of when Now onto left part bombshell reporting from Bloomberg News last night the prosecutors and the partisan firm and indictments it's have asked the judge to revoke Parnell's bail and remanded into custody thrown in jail Because he's an extreme flight risk And they found this out That he because he understated his assets and failed to disclose a million dollar payment from an account in Russia that he got in September which he used on personal expenses and to purchase just a home. There is a little detail about the origins or the purpose of the payment that he received but it was sent to an account belonging department his wife in a clear clear attempt to hide the asset from prosecutors. My beans ruined for Taj I say that because prosecutors are also alleging that Parnell's failed to disclose a two hundred thousand thousand dollar down payment on a four point five million dollar Boca Raton property and he actually received a two hundred thousand dollars payment from for Tauch for his work on for Tasha's legal team Because he only claimed fifty thousand from for Tauch but he got two hundred so they're like he's lied to us he didn't meet the conditions of his bail. Because if if you remember the sort of particular this agreement that he could go out on bail and we're ankle jewelry if he turned over his bank stuff and disclosed all of his assets and his wife had to do all that Um and since they allied he is in violation of his bail so I'm wondering how long it's GonNa take for him to get put in jail but I think he might yet. It's kind of a bummer. In terms of the whole plea agreement hope yeah sorta takes away a partners plea agreement. But now we he put superseding indictments on both of them definitely an extreme flight risk because that like they caught him letting himself into a cannon or something. This guy's asking the fuck out of here. Why wasn't he in extreme flight risk when he had a one-way ticket and they arrested him at the fucking airport? Why wasn't he extreme flight light respond? That's how we'll like. We'll tell us about your money. You seem pretty safe I. I don't even understand that. I guess that's logic or you. They give you a second chance immediately. The southern district knows what they're doing there. I'm sure there's more to it than that And finally the third P P P P is pompeo and he's in legal trouble Jordan. You have that story. Yep there's a lawsuit against POMPEII. Oh that actually has been going since June but the lawsuit is for failing to preserve official notes about trump's meetings with Putin visits plural meetings with with Putin That lawsuit today got the Green Lights early yesterday on Wednesday. Got The green light to move forward so POMPEU has two options basically one he can provide the proof that he complied with. Something called the Federal Records Act that requires the State Department to collect and preserve interpreter notes. or he can try to make the argument commit that he didn't have to do that. this is a lawsuit like I said initially initiated in June it was initiated by democracy forward in American oversight these are two Watchdog watchdog organizations and trump appointed judge. Trevor McFadden is the one who rejected the government's attempt at getting the case dismissed this week so pompeo now has till January eight tenth to respond to the lawsuit. So that's good news. Yeah he will say though that trump told him to and it's and he'll claim executive privilege because the in he'll try to do it a specifically about this policy And then he won't tell us what policy it is so. That's kind of what I sort of figure happening thing sounds Barrett but this is good that this lawsuit can go forward. Thanks trevor. Yeah I right especially that. It's a trump appointee judge. Nice to see him after he was done boof ing and drinking skis at squeeze after pump and some iron after what week was not fleet week fleet. We would be really great great if cabin on and they were just flee week. That'd be very different is fleet week sailors. Oh Navy Fleet Week Big New York in San Diego makes sense. Was it something week. Then that calendar and partying week like rush week or something wheat and our beach week Oh member beach week So yeah that's what trevor. Sounds like to me but he ruled properly good job. Trevor High Five talking embarrassing these for years pound it. That's how you impact congratulates forever the most Bro S. I May Trevor Trevor. trow Rod Kool ruling BRA early travellers. That's what he sounds like in the nineties. Okay try do though the name actually Yeah Bethany. We have our one good Chad. Yeah Yeah we'll get to that. We have one good trevor. Now congratulations. We'll be right back with Uncle Blazer and an explanation of the three trump tax cases being considered by the Supreme Court in.
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"So they are gonNA grab onto that and be like C. C. because believing otherwise would bring down their entire reality right to choose to choose to believe that that would be too much. Yeah and I don't understand why you wouldn't wanNA bring down your entire reality if you were living in rural Ohio. I mean I could see if you're in the California bubble and you don't WanNa burst that because it's nice here I'm kidding. I'm sorry that was just that was coastal elitism at its finest how dare you. Ag Coast Elite Liberal bought coastal elite comedy Dot Com. I never did anything with it now not to be all Marianne Williamson about this stuff but really really they on top of hurting the nation and the world are really also living a life that is filled of inherent stress and emotional trauma. Emma that they're continuing to do to themselves at everybody else and it's like I know. This appeal means nothing to them. And it sounds very sanctimonious dogmatic but to live immorally. Truthful and ethical. Life is so much more fulfilling than to live in this Cape of lies all the time and it's easier swoop of lies and it's easier. It's easier to you know I learned this when I was fucking thirteen years old. If if you don't tell lies you don't have to remember them. Yes you you tell the truth and that's just what it is and you don't have to worry about. Who did I tell what? Yes yes that that has to do this and you just keep this front up. I mean I guess even if you realize that you're doing it or not just has to be so emotionally exhausting and being a complete asshole like Matt Matt Gaetz just like we said. Hey destroys the container. It's carried in or corrodes the containers carried and it will take it's toll on you physically and Mentally Soleil and and it's and you're right. I wish you could. You could appeal to the angels of their better nature so to speak but they really need Jesus in which the thing later. But they don't have the real. Jesus Jesus Jesus yes and hi. It's Jamie Jesus yeah they have. They have their they have the rich. Jesus that makes you give ten percent of your income to Supporting Anti Gay groups. That rich I'm not I'm not. I wouldn't call myself in eighth easiest say I used to call myself that now. I'm your standard. I call my spiritual but yeah I'm all into the universe. Shit that means no more to the end of the universe. Shit church basically DOS religion agnostic. Yeah if you if you if you just believe about if you believe that the direction of someone's life is going to be based on the energy that they're putting out there attracting. Do you know what I mean career. They're not they're not creating good energy for themselves or around themselves or for the future super basic asshole. You're going to track assholes. I I mean just spiritual or not or however it goes but and yes there's energy and yet how you all that stuff the assholes yeah attract assholes yes it can you imagine. The liberation emotionally right now. That Cohen is feeling for example. I think he's articulated it in his own words I see him do I like I can picture him in a cell doing some mm fucking Yoga right now. I'm just like sitting there the draws legged which set you free yes even if you're behind bars. Because he told the truth he is living. I guarantee a stressful life now than he was before. Well you know it's funny over. This was in maybe even as far back as two thousand fifteen but the first time burning was running for president he said at some campaign AH campaign speeches. Talking about spirituality. He was saying my spirituality is are connected humanity like when you suffer. I suffer. That was when they were trying to ask him about his judy. He is and what his favorite I think that the somebody in the campaign and these e mail these are came out in the e mails that were hacked by Russia that they were trying to focus. Focus on Bernie's lack of religion exactly but but in turn why Jesus what he said like all these Republicans hide behind religion As their job as their strategy as their as their direction and yet I think he said one of the most moving things anyone's ever said about you know having a moral compass. Yeah Anyway. The bird killed me man. Heard the bird. Do you like Bernie or not do that. Bird Shit so awesome. You're likely and his face Bernie face. Who's a bird in your heaven? Hey and then he flies away and then he was like oh he doesn't know taxes either or something and then he said something something about peace so I wanNA tweet that clip. It was so good. He's area and again we do fucking comes back to one of his rats on trump alleviated alleviated training a bird just around the country right now tag that bird. It's got a little tag bird. Ernie's bird comes back. It's you haven't been shot on bird. ooh question it feels like the most personal attack. We know it's so random. No that's no it's targeted real. It happened to me. One time ended on my face. Oh even kidding cheek. Luckily I've I've never been so angry at my life at someone who couldn't talk to me. Yeah blame who do you blame as an atheist. uh-huh on Carbon Burchett Wickford Shit. So I don't know why I told everyone. Ah I shit on me. I didn't hear that it's a great. During the same thing happened to me. I feel also pooped on. We'll be closely. I should should on figuratively. But Yeah I'm with you all of this to my little sister pooped on me once when I was bouncing around and my feet if that counts like a baby weight as a baby oh he was like as an ad they got some shit on me when when my goddaughter was in one of those swings. You know one of those electric's wings and it's not one of the back and forth swings but swings you in a circle and it's a pendulum and so she got diarrhea and just started pouring out of her diaper and it was like a spira graph on the ground. It made this really cheesy associated. Maybe notching Golden Ratio Shit Star on the tile. Beautiful is that it was at his De Nature the nature times a thousand. It was amazing. All right now is good graph available for Christmas so That's the impeachment debates today and This hurts him news about what they're kind of trying to work on on their strategy in the Senate trial which apparently they're not going to do until after the Christmas break Jordan what do you have on that. Yeah so we're on. The Senate street is once trump is impeached. McConnell is expected to hold a vote to acquit trump. Once he's impeach rather than move to dismiss any articles of impeachment so McConnell told reporters today It could go down the path of calling witnesses and basically having another trial or it could decide and again fifty. One members could make that decision that they've heard enough and believe they know what would happen and could move to vote on the two articles of impeachment and quote so he says those are the options no decisions have been made idiot but trump has been rumoured to be desiring a full blown trial. Because he wants the theatrics and he thinks it could be worse for Democrats that way but some Republicans a lot of Republicans have been more convinced that that would not be the best idea. They're like it's not Kavanagh. WHO's in charge John? Roberts yeah and then it would they guy who cares about a legacy bright seriously and I think that It would just be better to hold a short trial. And that's what it looks like McConnell sort of gunning for It because is that way you don't call witnesses and if you call witnesses and the DEM's would also get the call witnesses and that could just be very bed instead. They just kind of want to move to vote quickly really. Yeah basically I imagine. They'll hear the opening arguments and McConnell moved to quit your day opening but I think that the the house managers the dams will try to get some witnesses in there. And I imagine Roberts will put it to a Senate vote. And then it'll be up to the Senate and or Roberts could just approve it. He has the power to do that. Yeah if I understand correctly if they move if they moved to acquit that just requires a simple majority right and then once does fifty one votes at least are are they successfully pass that then it would trigger a vote on articles themselves which would require the sixty seven votes which they are not GonNa get oh to to impeach teach him yet right right. Yeah there's a senator who's unidentified who told CNN Let's see it says that McConnell would not call a vote to proceed to the house's articles of impeachment unless he knew he had at least fifty one votes to end the Senate trial which would then trigger a vote on the articles themselves. So I didn't I know that's what would happen. Yeah that's interesting unless they rewrite the rules but that's how they stand right now. It's all very took me a long time to even like semi understand. What the fuck like how that would go down? Because it's it's confusing to me that I thought once you voted to acquit. It would just be done. I didn't know that that meant you would have to then vote on the articles also. Yeah Yeah there's there's votes in between there that that where the Senate decides if they want to continue with the trial or not so that's Sounds like their strategy so far as their strategy develops we will bring you that news It's that's but that's how it looks right right now. Yeah and I also heard that trump is more and more becoming open to this idea of not going for a full blown trial any starting to listen to people on that so I I mean look. I know we have very little hope of this happening but there is a possibility that if a longer trial happened more evidence was brought forward than maybe some Republicans would flip flip on him but he doesn't want to give them that much of a chance right. No mccaw. I think McConnell's idea is to is to shut this shutdown before the taxes. Come out before anything else comes out. Because that's excuse me devastated shortest possible. Basically but he has to be careful to make sure that he has the fifty one votes. That's not going to be tied. Because then that's going to open up the doors for even more information and stuff to come out and for more things to be debated on the floor. And that's that's what they're basically trying to avoid. It seems. Yeah but if he doesn't they have the votes he doesn't have the votes and we'll at least get to call some witnesses But we'll but so what the Republicans presumably we'll see. I don't know exactly if it's like spelling. Be Round Robin rules. I don't know what I really need to start like this week. I'm going to dive into the Senate rules on impeachment and I need to. Yeah I need to because like I said I'm totally just trying to decipher and understands all as it goes along. I was Kinda hoping I would just watch it and people would explain to me as it was happening Yeah but I I do want to have an understanding of at least a basic understanding of it before the whole thing starts and I've got the holiday break to do that. What a great way to spend spend your holidays Reading Senate impeachment rules. Yeah and if I got stuff wrong just now please correct me. Because that's my understanding of what I've read so far. Yep You can do corrections at our website site which is daily beans pod dot com. Is that right correct and click contact and then select corrections build US compliment sandwich..
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"Let's hit the high notes pot notes. So yeah the impeachment debates like I said I really prefer this debate format for hearing you know as far as hearings go. It's a little more taller. Listen to The one thing that the Republicans are doing and what I think my favorite part of this whole thing is they have these big easels with pictures behind them because you know Pictures memes. That's how that's how they communicate and so this thing that they're focusing on so now is do it for us do us a favor though Instead of do me a favor of though and they just came up with this semantics argument argument you think if this was their defense had been using it all along. There's a couple of things like they've been doing here and so somebody stumbled upon this. Yeah it says do us a favor favor though like they never thought of it before everyone understood that it meant trump like the royal us So to speak and besides how does doing the country entry how does how is investigating the Biden's and the origins the two thousand sixteen election a favor to the United States. That's it's just not particularly when you've never mentioned corruption eruption at all and in fact when it's been put in your phone calls scripts on multiple occasions. You've not brought up broader corruption in Ukraine. It's very nineteen eighty-four to be arguing over for at that particular meaning of a word like that. The semantic argument is very. You know the Republican. So we're fighting. Over the specific use of that word. He context of it instead of asking foreign government for to intervene in our elections. which clearly happened? So that's their big argument now now they wouldn't answer the question. Is it okay with you for the president to ask a foreign leader to interfere in the twenty twenty election. They wouldn't answer that. Hypothetically I think eventually somebody nobody said and I can't remember who it was it might have been. I can't remember who it was. Maybe sensenbrenner was like yeah. That'd be bad I guess you know but it didn't happen here. Some was somebody sort of admitted to it. and Raskin had a really good response to that. I'll play that clip in second They hammered the same points of the GOP did callings Alinsky. You know if you do this. You have to assumes alinskyites Aligarh and you know and You know the it was released. So everything's everything's okay. They just kept hammering the same point home in the process is a sham and the basement and the shift and just the same dumb shit. Where is she? He's probably house man like He. He's a hard to find They tried to amend Joe Biden into Hunter Biden in one of the articles of impeachment. The first article they were like well. Let's talk about what this really is. It's about Hunter Biden and not Joe Biden and we're like no no because he mentioned the Biden's plural unless you're tight like oh did you mean hunter and like his sister. There isn't one. Or what other Biden. All the Biden's besides I do joe like as long as it's not his political opponent they were just semantically like you said Commander Working Around this picking up a little tiny details. Instead of being able to see the big picture the irony is it would be hooved trump to go after a bunch of different children of politicians where he messed up only picking one. Yeah So you know. They're just hammering the same points over and over again so I wanted to get to one of my favorite parts of the day which was Raskin and he had a great Just a little great clip and in part of his debate where he was taught you know because the argument here is that trump was for broader fighting of corruption and etc etc.. And and Jamie Raskin was like really. Trump's are corruption crusader and. It's just a brilliant clip. Let's listen to that. They invited us to believe that. Donald trump is an anti-corruption crusader. who was shaking down presidents Alinsky about corruption when he doesn't raise any corruption on that call except for what he believed was going on with the Biden's except that he reduced anti-corruption funding for Ukraine? Except he doesn't raise it anywhere else that we can find. And what do you know you pick up the New York Times yesterday. President trump had to pay. Hey two million dollars to charities because he ripped off his own charity for millions of dollars. This is the anti-corruption crusader. They want us to believe. In the Guy who had paid twenty five million dollars to students at the phony trump university which the attorney general New York called a classic Bait and switch operation operation. This is the guy that they want us to believe. We're shaking down the president of Ukraine because he had some secret anti-corruption agenda that that actually wasn't related to the Biden's that wasn't related to rehabilitating the totally discredited Russian conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine screen and not Russia that interfered in our campaign in two thousand sixteen. Come on get real be serious. We know exactly what what happened here. Seventeen witnesses it's uncontradicted. There's no rival story. No rival story all and our colleagues will tell us whether in theory they think it would be wrong for the president of the United States to shake down foreign governments to come and get involved in our presidential l. campaigns in order to harm the president's political opponents. They won't even tell us in principle whether they think that's wrong because they didn't. It's too dangerous at that point. We know that they don't accept the facts we know they don't accept the evidence they don't like the fact that the depositions took place in the basement where should they have been in on the first floor the second floor with except the facts if we found some other room without because their people were there. I was in that room. There were Democrats. They were Republicans. Look ins the Democratic Council. Got An hour. The Republican Council got an hour. It was even on both sides enough of these phony process objections. Let's get back to the the facts of what happened. President nights states shook down a foreign power to come and get involved in our election. That's wrong you'll back to. I absolutely loved that clip. You know he just he's going over and over. All this reminds me you know how a Louie Gohmert who kept talking about the I g report and and how. We wouldn't even be here if it weren't for the the corrupt fiso warrant. Does he think we're here for Russia. Did he read the articles risk. Because it's not what they're there for So I thought that was interesting but I do love that. I do love that clip from asking because he's an and I wish that more Democrats would bring up all these other publicly reported stories that haven't been proven with facts or you know not facts but haven't been proven with Komo testimony or documentary evidence. Some of it has been and just bring up that shit you know because if the Republicans can bring total lies like Ukraine meddle in the election. I and the I G report. The page has started the impeachment process or some crap like that. Why can't we talk about all the crazy shit? Trump's done that we actually have you know factual basis for at least a you know through sources through reporting that kind of threw me a little bit. I guess re Democrats are like like well. We don't you know we're not we're here for this and that's it There was an amazing moment. This was the other favorite moment where Matt Gaetz brings up. Hunter Biden's substance abuse. Listen Hank Johnson. Let's just listen the pot calling the kettle. Black is not something that we should do. I don't know I don't know what members if any had any problems with substance abuse been busted I stood in Dui I don't know but if I did I wouldn't raise it against Anyone and on this committee. I don't think it's proper. So yeah so there's There he is alluding to Gates's Dui and if you could actually if you get a chance has to google that and see the video you just see Matt Gaetz. His face like who who her. He's so mad. Let's such a perfect example once again though of these people accusing seeing other people have things that they've done. Yeah that's their number one go to strategy. Isn't it project absolutely it's goebbels favorite. That's a playbook from from Nazi Germany. Yeah the only way that he's your enemy that what you're guilty yes it's like it's it's almost mocking that. He did that that he was the one that said that right or like. Why don't you say this? This'll be fucking hilarious. Let me good comic relief for everyone that everyone needs to be fucking hilarious. Hey you hey you dui king. Won't you bring up. This hunter Biden substance abuse thing an an odd moment today and this is what I was talking about. I have the quote here from Louie. Gohmert when he brought up the issue report and he was talking about how he said. The Russia investigation was a hoax and therefore he couldn't understand why they were debating today he said never in the history of the country. Have we had an impeachment. Proceedings begun by allies that got a warrant from a secret court that turned out and had been documented to be lies and then kept getting warrants. Three after after that based on lies words and despite that not being true Like I said he totally forgot. We're actually debating Ukraine in scheme today. not the Russia crimes but These attacks on the FBI conjured out of thin air are extremely devastating to the American faith in the FBI and our our institutions Some federal law enforcement officials actually now are warning of a chilling effect inside the FBI amid the attacks are attacked by trump. An Attorney General Bill Bar which which in turn have been echoed throughout the I G hearing the Inspector General hearing yesterday and even by these idiots Gohmert the impeachment debates even though I got nothing to do with it according to CNN current and former FBI officials are telling them that they're concerned that the rhetoric has only worsened the bureau's already shakey standing with the administration that could lead to agents being less aggressive the next time they wanNA pursue a sensitive investigation one of them said quote but who's GonNa in a risk sticking their neck out only to have the Department of Justice Chop it off so that's frightening and and I think that that is the effect that trump wants to have on the FBI with with these attacks on the other side of that and we've talked about this. We talked about this at that impeachment. Party with Like Jack Brian and sounds like why would you don't fuck with the CIA and the FBI like that's just not wise. Yeah no it's not especially if your criminal. Oh I was just gonNa say she would kind of want them on your side right. Yeah Yeah but he thinks that he can believe him into being on his side and his also doesn't it doesn't I honestly think he's done nothing wrong. I think he really truly believes he's above the law. Right you have to. It's method acting Jim. Carrey knows when he's Andy Kaufman that he's not Jim. Carrey makes me sad. You guys don't want to get into to it. He does. We'll no I'm just saying like he seems to be not holding it together in terms of reality lately like painting but yes but that did you see that movie. We bought him. I did yeah yeah it was really good well any one. Yeah Yeah Oh the method acting. Yeah yeah they were like dude. Stop the BIT I. What did I see he Kaufman but I also love him? Yeah I do too but but yes it is I agree I think that the only way. Yeah we talk about this with Manafort we talk about this like like when the mandate tax came out how they truly victimized yeah they really truly believe their own shit unless that's some sort of a thing that would they know those text messages are GonNa come out but they they didn't until very much later otherwise they would elect them themselves closer to win the happened. Yeah I mean I think everyone's been in a situation where they're arguing something that's a stretch. But they're arguing it really intensely and they're like yeah it wasn't this fucked up to know but usually that's like about. Maybe that one time you called your friend a bitch or something and you're trying to defend it out like crimes against your own country right. Also I was I was telling. Ag before are we started recording that the frustrating thing about watching these hearings and seeing the way the scene the way that they're handling this has made me feel late has given me a level of anxiety thinking. Wow I can understand how people would hear them and believe this Do you know what I mean and like anybody who's ever gone any kind of emotional abuse in their life understands that like even though like the Colonel Colonel inside you of truth knows it's not true you question everything. Well Yeah and then you got the confirmation bias which is why they're He said do us a favor. Though argument is going to work because because the the Republicans are dying to grab onto anything that proves the trump is cares about us the United States of America and acted in our our best interest..
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"POMPEO is in legal trouble. The house debates impeachment articles goals. Parnasse lied to prosecutors the Senate impeachment trial strategy take shape pence obstruct justice the Supreme Court considered three trump tax cases and the chilling effect. Barn trump. We're having on the FBI. I'm your host. Ag and with me today are Jordan. Coburn do in Amana reader. And knew how are you good. I'm okay I I feel personally positive but politically terrible. So hey that's good right. That's a middle ground. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Although I will say I watched some of the hearing that they are still going on. Yeah and I like this format better than the other formats. I mean it's taken forever and it's ridiculous still still what the Republicans are doing but I I appreciate it more because you can break in and you know most of the strike whatever in the last word the last word and for eight hours yeah. They've been striking the last word for a while. And and it's you know the the the amendments are all getting voted down as we expected and But I liked this format better because then people can random people jump in and say you're full shit and here's why yeah and and prepare remarks based on what other people are saying and come back later and address them so I I kind of like that debate format a little bit better than the five minutes. You know ninety minute ninety minute five five minutes piece or is this all. Just one big hit piece on Lawrence O'Donnell right the last word striked comforting. Even if if I don't always agree with him. I want to hug him a lot. I WANNA plush Lawrence O'Donnell to sleep next to you. He's just so sweet didn't he. Right I I think he wrote the West Wing. Wasn't he a writer really. Yeah I think so. That would be that show is so good to us in high school and that was like. US government class was. WHO's the first time I was like? Wait politics yes I watch it when I feel sad about real politics. Yeah let's take an idealized version of American politics or I'll just watch the the first pilot pilot episode of designated survivor. It'd be like yeah that's how it should be back when you looked on politicians some sort of distinguishment and now it's just like you guys are fucking walking clowns gates and Jordan everything so yeah we'll talk a little bit about the hearings but we have a lot of news to get to so.
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