19 Episode results for "Colmey"

3. Bakumatsu

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

18:34 min | 2 months ago

3. Bakumatsu

"Hello and welcome to my podcast. The meiji restoration china contrast this is episode three baku matsu In the last episode i covered the latter half of the period. Up to the middle of the buckle matz and that is described as the period of time generally from commodore perry's arrival to the fall of the tokugawa shogunate. Roughly fifteen years we learned about the hierarchy inversion the loss of samurai status and the advance of the merchant class in this episode. I want to spend a lot more time. Talking about the buckle matsu period and finally finished the era close it out for good. I also want to provide some analysis and comparison comparisons with the manchu dynasty and china next episode. I can start fresh with the meiji era. I want to pick up our story sort of right. After commodore perry's arrival. I will not be overly redundant with information that i already spoke about. It was clear that perry's arrival upset. The order of things in japan the collapse of its isolation while not completely by surprise through japan in turmoil the show gun had entered into several treaties with foreign nations against the advice of the emperor for pro. Imperial anti shogun factions the foreign crisis in particular treaties. Were the last straw much of japan seed in discontent over the treaty humiliations. We already learned an episode to that. Radical samurais and supporters began to attack hurt and murder westerners. The english legation in eto was burned to the ground in eighteen sixty three. These insurgent nationalist took refuge and rallied around the emperor who wanted to defy the foreigners in the same areas of japan. Extremist samurais got control of local governments in an attempt to influence national policy. Gradually the extremists movement became openly hostile to the shogunate. Two of the leading rival domains in the west part of japan were called chou shoe and satsuma both were among the largest areas in had old old grievances with the tokugawa shogunate. All the way back to the year sixteen hundred these two main were generally and relatively financially well off and could afford modern western weaponry and recruit western military strategy at the mid stages of the baku. Matsu the eto shogunate hate used. The set sumo demane in its effort to drive shoshu forces out of kyoto but later and secretly the chou shoe and satsuma domains agreed to an alliance. They realized they both had to common goals and beliefs one. They disliked foreigners and wanted them expelled from japan and to the old unsettled grievances with the tokugawa clan and they wanted to show god nut toppled if they join forces. They would have a better chance of accomplishing their mutual goals. The entire situation took a drastic change in mid eighteen. Sixty six the shogun gondola. Aimo cheesy unexpectedly died at the young age of twenty one his successor according to tokugawa. Tradition was tokugawa yoshinobu. He only reluctantly took the position. Because it was really a bad time to take that position and remember the emperor colmey who the shogun was opposing head to formally agree to the succession and its fate sometimes works soon. After emperor colmey appointed the shogun's successor in early eighteen sixty seven. The emperor unexpectedly died. He was only thirty six while there were plans to continue the shogunate at that time. The death of the emperor caused some to rethink the timeline and the plan. Was this now the best time to go for regime change. The radicals thought to make the radicals even each year. The new shogun opened the seaport against popular opposition. This proved to be the last spark that would light the fuse of revolution dynamite replacing the relatively young deceased emperor. Komi was his second son. Moot mutuel hito at that time. Only fifteen years of age. The radical samurais would eventually build their new governor around this fifteen year old emperor but first they had to contend with the show gun the shoshu and satsuma rebel domains worked together to take key cities. In japan a petition was submitted to the show gun requesting his resignation and that he recognized the emperor as the supreme leader of japan fearing defeat. The show gun agreed to relinquish relinquish some of his authority. The show gun even went so far to publicly announce his plans to reorganize the government under the emperor while still preserving the shogun's authority and on november nineteenth and sixty seven. The show gun resigned. His post is the fifteenth tokugawa shogun and officially transferred. Power to the young emperor. The young rebel lords fearing it was a ruse continued with their military campaigns. The new emperor with encouragement from set sumo and shoshu lords issued an edict dissolving. The house of tokugawa. The shogun had no choice but to resort to arms on january third. Eighteen sixty eight. The young radical lords announced the restoration of the emperor's status. it was basically a kutat. The shogun in respect through in response sent his forces to kyoto to capture the emperor but on january twenty seventh eighteen. Sixty the shogunate forces clashed with the allied rebel forces. those would be the cho-shui and set sumo samurai in a four day pitched battle. This battle marked the beginning of what is called the boche in war literally meaning year of the dragon year of the dragon. War was a civil war in japan. In this battle to shogunate forces were defeated. The allied rebel forces were better trained and had the better weapons. So i suppose it was inevitable. The seized the imperial palace. Kyoto and declared the end of the yokogawa shut. The new government would be supported militarily by the extremist samurais in the autumn of eighteen. Sixty eight the new leaders. Renamed eddo its new name would be tokyo meaning eastern capital. It would be the new seat of power in japan also in eighteen sixty eight. The year was renamed to meiji meaning enlightened rule eventually to be called the meiji restoration and adopted the motto a rich country and a strong military. These revolutionary allies along with the emperor got control over the entire country with surprising. Ease and minimal bloodshed. One can only imagine how the rest of the country saw a group of young samurai from western japan most from the lower ranks of samurai seize control of their country on april eleventh eighteen. Sixty nine the shogun formally surrendered to the set suma leader and handed over at a castle. This marked the end of the war as well. There were lingering battles in northern japan by pro shogun forces but the end was inevitable with the meiji forces and now numbering about fifty thousand well trained and well supplied in with superior weapons in june of eighteen sixty nine. The last remnants of the shogun's supporters the shogunate supporters conceded and surrendered the meiji government. Now controlled all of japan. The transfer of power to tokyo was a symbolic opening to the meiji restoration in the regeneration of japan. Now a new government would have to be built. A new political structure was necessary. It would not be easy for sure one of the things. The new leaders did in furtherance of the political girls was convincing many of their local domains to restore their territories to the emperor in return. The emperor would appoint the samurai and receive one tenth of their previous revenues as personal income for the rest of the domains. It was hoped the initial restoration so the emperor would rated chain-reaction and they would voluntarily restore their domains to the emperor for those domains that ultimately refused. They were forced to cede some years later without warning. The meiji government would altogether abolished domains. Putting them under central control. Those governors would be retired so to speak and given a financial stake in the new government to encourage their support of the new government. A centuries old political system just was erased with relative ease. The fuel system was abolished eventually. The societal stratagem the class hierarchy was lifted. Everyone would have equality for the many samurai no longer of any use. They were allowed in meagre pension. Not all for sure one along with the new program but that is inevitable. I suppose with any kind of change. Is i see it. It was amazing. Not one of these young samurais in the early meiji era did not tried to seize power for himself. An analogy to this would be early. Ching dynasty leaders in china. That band of young you warriors involved in the conquest of china and the vanquish of the ming dynasty. Perhaps these unselfish early manchu and meiji leaders can provide all of us with a valuable lesson. Was it because they all wanted to achieve a common objective to conquer and to stabilize for now anyway. Japan would have to endure the presence of foreign nations. There would have to abide by the treaties that were made by the shogunate. A legacy of this transition era was. I will curragh tomi or tamani a main figure in the samurai uprising that restored the emperor to power. But is i will talk. Ingram detail later the power. His actual par was illusory. The young samurais that fought against the shogunate were the actual leaders their power with through consensus and consultation. This is early similar to the early chain dynasty days with bela's and their governance and consultation with the chinese emperor. Another remarkable observation was japan's regime. Change was relatively quick. In comparison the ching dynasty would be locked in its political struggles for nearly a century before there was enough inertia to topple the imperial chain dynasty. Perhaps and i am merely speculating here. Japan had seen what was coming and that combined with some of the distinctions. I covered in the last episode provided or caused the political. See to change much much faster. But before i leave this episode i wanna set up things a little for the next episode. The overthrow of the government was unusual in one sense and it's something to think about. It was an aristocratic revolution. That is the radical samurai that overthrew the shogunate were aristocrats themselves. They were low ranking samurai but aristocrats nonetheless. The japanese revolution was not a band of upset peasants revolting in the usual way most of us most of us have learned about revolutions in theory. The final movement restored the imperial rule of antiquity. But it was only for show while cordial and respectful to the emperor. The rebel leaders foul followed little of ancient model. Instead they took cues from western revived the names of old institutions entitles. They were not functioning institutions. The big change. These rebel leaders of cash was casting off the fuel system of the shogunate and the piecemeal adoption of western institutions. One of the large ironies from the show gun show get an era was its incorporation of western ideas beliefs and technology that helped pave the way for the meiji. This would loom large in the coming phase of japanese history. Next episode i start with the beginning of the meiji government. Thank you and it has been a pleasure

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The Bucket List Guy w\Trav Bell

Everyday Guru

22:16 min | 4 months ago

The Bucket List Guy w\Trav Bell

"Everybody, this jared, the everyday grew I have with me Trap Bell Bucket List Guy. Quite interesting name you have there how did you get the name? The Bucket Guy Gave someone called me back about ten years ago jarred and. Because of all the crazy stuff oh, Dunham, aloft Someone told me put on a seminar after going through a battery push I've put on a fan myself in. Love coaching courses in NLP courses in positive psychology courses learning all about the Sun College. Of what always going through through the depression and? Instead of going on heavy of anti-depressants. I decided to really get to the core issue of wire was feeling while feelings are Suarez started to learn about psychology Dave liberal I didn't want that band died kind of effective medication to hide what I was going through solid growing Greek, 'cause yeah. Got To the root cause of it and someone in one of these seminars sit up what didn't you teach this stuff try and. Then helped me compartmentalize would always going through now put on a seminar package everything that I've learned. It old my entrepreneurial history has always. Self. In the printing twenties previous me now the personal fitness training industry. And I've put all this stuff into a three hour seminar started sharing more list to do before I die always had least to do before actually dancing so as it and this is only ten on them forty seven now. and. Really. Inspired the group. Really. Really inspired, the group end does someone at the end of it said house at least listened to before he stuff. Still lost the bucket the Star no-one Bang blackballed moment I'm rich to the bucket score dot com doing that ever since I love it, it's one on your website and I see you're standing on a mountain. Of stand up stood up many mountains. Though the Euro which one that is that looks pretty interesting. Actually, it looks like I don't know that amount breath now. Beta. Mannan Brisebois, advanced vice camp that could be Ticket before you kick it sign in my hand. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah that some tau, Topamax Kilimanjaro Africa. Oh Wow At the very very pretty an eighth was reading your profile of not. Also noticed. That you studied he started like a chain started like a chain of. I guess. Self. Help coaches or I about three years ago always getting many requests from people who wanted to teach won't stop. And my programs. Why exorbitant public. Space Professional. Speaker, for the last ten days so on literally win at when people ask me, what do you do? I respond with fell Colmey, the bucket, this guy, and literally run around the world doing my own personal bucket list and people pay me to turn up to the conferences for the companies. And inspire them to leave their buffets before. Before they Thomas upsets pretty cool. Quote Unquote Job. That I get to do and. Trees jarred someone. Few people requesting cannot teach you stuff and so I decided. To license out what I do, and now we've got certified bucket list coaches in twenty two countries around the will teaching teaching. The principles philosophies, the programs that. Myself and my. Bucket List headquarters team have created and again I changing laws to helping people with fulfilment more meaning with purpose to leave regret law. So it's Kinda like a lost thirteen framework that without saying loss coach Am. Talking on a previous podcast that the delight coach kind of gets a bad rap. Rap because as because the way people marketing, you know I can't tell you how many times on linked in. I'd get approached by a life coach and every time I get a ding. I kinda cringe. Another one you know it's met me skepticism savory branding that. To make it more tangible to make it less wishy washy to make it more use a friendly and sorry Fossa good. We've had a lot of success in doing that and I think good. Yeah because an awesome I. See it like a coach and coach like okay. People are already broken right? We already have our. In our? Plan. We all have our faults, right so when I think a life coach, I think what are you gonNA come with Coachman you're all GonNa, make better I, mean. It doesn't work that way. We all have our faults that we're working on. So when you see like life coach, you gotta get everything in order and straightened out and be perfect. You know. That's an unrealistic expectation. Now. You know we're not trying to be everything to everyone. We have very specific outcome that we've focused on as have. and that is to help people laid more fulfilled launches re-stripe full wit where were they graduating? Bucket list is from our programs and all all wouldn't have lost sedan didn't have you not years of success doing this. in potting as messages. Know that's giving me a real good strong foundation and to any gives you the confidence to go out there and. Have our coaches. Yeah. That's the cool thing is. It's really scaled out in a way that the. It's really humbling. It's awesome. Yeah and I know you're awful hyper focused on one thing to building your bucket list. Correct. It's not just about you know ultimately, it's not just about brought, listening, going and doing it will help people running listening our doing. It's really bad. How should reverse engineers every aspect of law in order to Mike the stuff come to fruition yards it's really bad the growth of the person on the journey towards these predetermined and personal destinations but more importantly it's about the person that exists on the on the saw the first that we don't know yet. This quota of potential and Mark previous business. was found a franchise or of China personal fitness training shoes at the stripe. So did that now we have tens of thousands of clients as the first the franchise finding. To be into training sessions in always. Boyce fascinated with human potential always fascinates. The psychology on potential. and. So we're doing it the first twenty years of my working in Pay Tayo. Training and now it's payday. This'll development. We Really WANNA help type will leave the regret free locks and and not just. And be a later name off you know allowed them to. Create programs and spices where people can allows people to put their oxygen mask first before they can help others to be better latest food bit of parents be bitter hotness and really tight control along stop living by default by design stuff, existing and sought to truly live. Yeah, what do expand on what you're talking about? The mind body connection, right you have the mind the body are connected E. WE didn't he self help psychology book and there's that mind body relationship and a lot of times people work on one but the overlook the other. Yeah Yeah true and you know we're doing a little bit without without brandon and it seems to be A. Speed picked up what readily and that's what it's all about helping helping. Yeah we're we're on a mission ten, million people around the world. So it's huge. Yeah also can help but not draft tech speakers. Well so yeah. That was that was actually thinking on my bucket list. If you give him watch it, you'll save me take tick off do a tedtalk. Law. Of Two thousand people in Melbourne Australia. and. Thrilla whether or not. Yeah Yeah Ev is the biggest one striker in it's All was. If you notice it about three or four minutes. Let's start to get. Lot really piketty. I got I haven't seen that I. Have I do. Like and I'm getting better at it. I'm podcast. I'm. Still learning the guy who wants to come on eventual autobahn there and. Get. Back to me, he's helped you with their speeches. I could use some help a net you now. Doing. Has Been on my bucket was. Spurred. A number of years and to ticket office pretty cool and and that helped. Accelerate basis, gross, and Inquiries. And it's just help the message the message in itself. The idea was spurning or introducing unripe concept the periodicity for the mind this blueprint and it's really helped load on really. Yeah. Could you maybe possibly elaborate in teller tell the audience like what are you saying like? Maybe three reasons many of you want to share why do peop- what stopped you from maybe becoming a better person for filling your bucket list like the three main obstacles with you I think one. Good question I'm a lot of people don't even ride goals down little. I'm still lead I wrote down goals in our number one what goals down like you got a forty two missing Milwaukee. Hood. Of actually manifesting the actually destroy brought down see will do it you off why then? took paper and write things down because of fear of success and failure. wrote it down committing to it nor never shave galls? Artist want worry about it plus people are so busy being busy is like this we'd badge of honor that we wear around every single died and papal aside Busienei, to release that I forget a bet lynch until something traumatic or dramatic happens to them or a loved one or. Given to us by died some suddenly they become infinitely resourceful. The cutoff money that I need to do those things I truly want to do but uneven disturned down the door this. And That's what human beings stupid locked lockdown. Birth White people up before they get given a use for the team the day. What the whole movie is about to God's given a cancer diagnosis and then directed by deletes that stupid. I WanNa rock stuff out, we want to take action on before they before the the the goyal girl in the white. Gives us. The bad news. Yeah absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, and I see that. Theme. Among people that I interview. That life moment to shake him up before they really start living. So. Sure we've coal head our an individual. But how many nate really really shift and We WanNA. You know. Like I said. Helping helping table. there's a lot of people you know like. This is AL little bit. This is AL little why little sequence ONCHO programs way in pot out of the will to. Help things, people. There's a lot of unhappy baffle man united. There's a lot of. Mental health is a huge issue. Oh. With would permit Oh my God. Yes. WHO GOT SUICIDES WE GET YOUTH AUSE I've officials of anti-depressants, anxiety? Depression what what all went through. We've even got this thing called the loneliness epidemic. Now it's a thing never. I. It's real loneliness epidemic even though we more connected with more seen on socially, it's created loneliness. It's adverse effect social media. So these have a massive. A massive effect on to unfortunately unfortunately, the statistics going up. Unfavorable statistics going up. So now, depression initiatives El Al, personal development initiatives programs with putting out there the world way doing it alto this ally. List Bucket List Lends So. So we've got, we've got a big fought defy and with picked the. And we're going after that I can't do the lung. We need more coaches around the world fought the good fight against the statistics. And so you gotTa have that vision. That's the conurbation than spies May and all the other bucket is. The Morning Star Open Table Whether it'd be families to Fortune five hundred companies or even in between eighty nine. Attention. Yeah. How many coaches do you have now? Actually. Put. It back to you but ran bent hundred seeing in different countries and. but we got along more coming on the same site at South gaining momentum truly to on add a few systems and processes when we started, we've done that now. So there's a lot of happening and really. Okay. So write it down the what what what other tidbits of advice would you give in writing it down? Do actually do take action on the smallest on on the easiest thing he possibly candidate that will give you the my main motivation especially the big ones. Have? You can think of one. Is, enlist the help of other people. Get a bucket list get. Get a bucket list body. Get you know like I. Challenge you jared to watch more Chad tool. That Actually brought down, you'll buy this and send it to me eight mile ten. Oh Wow That's A challenge I say to use the hardest. Challenge. For everyone else what to send me a list At the bucket list guide dot com that his name on the trip month personally knowledge race. Right send it to me. A big you wanted. But right here actually have a thing right here in Lyon chat box. I'm line footer. Last Thursday. And it to you. And for all the people that are listening yeah it's going into show notes. So you have no part to do it. Well, you don't want you to hold them accountable as well. Man So so and. Here is what happened as a result of new sharing I have. Special Super. talented. Mike, should happen. So look at. The absolutely. So just want to talk for we wrap up. He said, yes I'm crazy globetrotting adventures. So what would they need is if you get elaborate on one or maybe me most memorable. done a bunch of different things may not have done it. I've been three hundred things I'll give you the hall lots real. I. Guess. You'll hear some funny stories in that Ted talk, and if you get into more world, you'll you'll hear. DUMB IS A. Lot of adrenaline on I guess. Relatively student things on my list is a little bit younger and now. It was Kinda like bad may now it's about wakes and full kids and Mala Fan is family. So it's it's now more about other people but I, guess the highlights reel lost on lost as being the of the scarred full full on men. Triathlon having never entered into a draw before but did full on man. Went to advance spice camp on Mount Everest route to bit with my Dad Climb Kilimanjaro with my dad in Africa game drive in Africa with mom and Dad. What else, Winter Eurovision Song contest in. Germany. what's it? I've done the scar dog down the Bungee jump sifter a little big wives in exotic locations around the world. Service as part of more. Yeah it's not about more. Than Yours boss of mercer or winds bigger than. As Personal in our like A my back to be a published author. debited tool. OF STAND UP COMEDY GIGS coming up. that. He's scare on Shit Ademi and before you ask them not gonNa tell you where or when it's going to be my how it's GonNa. Ask. I'm not. I'm not telling my my not Mites is residing in Australia Not Toma nights where it's going to be aware it's GonNa be because I will turn out I. Will Get drunk and all we'll just angled. So I'm not doing that. After crack. Somebody recording I hope. That'll have. Came with only get back to you and I'm GonNa make you bit. I'll sell it that'll be on ten for people. Or the. Course I get the. Live course that'd be the extra bonus, right? You'll give that away to the my hope, right? We'll talk about that might. Not Avenue Not Enough if you've got somewhere. But it's A lot of different charity things charity, Bach Rides and marathons and. All that SORTA stuff and at you know there was one where Zaven a nude model for an odd drawing class. So they track I definitely want that. Yeah Yeah I'll tell the story. Of The lady, they want that right? Well, there is a few guys that also wanted that in the clocks. We're GONNA play on getting involved in ATP, leading theft I recommend it. But you've got some all of these things. Some troubled around the world united Dan Donna. What is nearly million on the seven men Monday the World Machu Pichu. Right, well, a China. Taj Mahal I was meant to be. Thanks to Covid I'm not in Brazil right now saying the cost to redeem. Of God Tom Coster Damon to go in Brazil in a bowl say got at try Jordan two gallon of cost of seven one visit, a seven men and one was in the world. So this year is it all went to the burning man festival. Done a bunch of different things and You'll see in my TIKTOK I. Get a mobile get. In in my In, my tedtalk off my whole. So be prepared for that gates Different designed things at once a different tattoos. And Yeah. You'll see how expansive and a hell personal becomes when you guys through it. Interesting. So yeah. Tiffany I'm sure tiffany would love this. Because she's helping her mother out but in about a week. Hopefully, knock on wood. She'll be back on some of the podcast of anybody wondering what happened to Tiffany ship fall off the earth. And I'm definitely going to send her a bucket list. Say you know when I send her a bucket list but make her bucket and it you have well, now you got gotta do it. If I'm doing given the it. Goes, into the. All the questions I can take my brain can can think of right. Out. See your good good. Good yet. Hostile chat when you need something else and my, we do rent to after after rain. Yeah Hey. Hey No worries I'm totally down for that. I'm just amazed by or complexes looking over your your about me page in all. Instagram to. INSTAGRAM facebook yes. Yes. Able to follow me on. On. TR- On instagram, it's bucket list guy. I don't drive belt that is. Absolutely and I'm GONNA throw the links and the show notes as well. So. That, that wants to stock you on the Internet can stock you. Right just remember he has married folks. That's it. You good having a good avenue travel travel travel. Would you prefer chivers? Oh good. Okay could you Mr? Balboa's traffic can have any TRAFF. Yeah thank you for your time and speak. You've feet you from around the world. Thanks.

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Femi Odugbemi and Ummi Yakubu

Journeys in Entrepreneurship

43:30 min | 7 months ago

Femi Odugbemi and Ummi Yakubu

"In today's series, we have family. Do they me the founder of read twenty four media. Is Nigerian documentary filmmaker. Screenwriter cinematographer director producer. Photograph? It's a big family on the series day is booming Yakubu. Or me is a producer writer, editor, game design and develop our. Join us as we listen to their journey. Within the Nigeria entertainment industry. So. Tell me a bit about what you do. I'm a content and. I make content on television films on the TV programming. What I also. Run an entertainment and content production company? Calls. India. Also into training and mentorship so also academy director. Of Infection, but my activities this. So Q. Talk me through to how you got into the space like save post fishery institution. How did you get into that space they? Started working with nt initially so from then on. How well those? Storyteller film ago, some kind of groping and make us where. We e played football winter. And we watched a lot of Indian films. As. Easy for a lot of us want to be in the business of film or the business of storytelling So yeah, I did go to film school. And when I came back to jury, I started initially. But. That didn't take very long because it was very easy Duly consider working the sing, said this. Way You think. How much work you have to do a little pay, King, come back from that So you was was I went into advertising I. Because I could write stories that went into. Work. At. That time. Was One of the companies. From Linda's I was team phone has to be. Another. Advertising, company and we did a lot of good work. and then from there that I I became CEO Production Company. which is called audiovisual first. and. After five years. Five I fall into one. owned. which was td walks studios. We with a lot of work to do. Over the course of ten years would metamorphose in Brandon. to what is called me twenty four media okay. And, so I think I'd be more interested in the. From the where you said you part, you're part of a team that formed audiovisual. And then you moved onto DVD's and then now. So, what are in each business? What are the things that you still changed each move across? First and follows you. Start out as as creative. Thinking but it's really about. Means thirty. And and you know. Creating products that inspire thanks to to make you. The center of. Of Your Work On that executive. Space is like a TV station. Places like an advertising company tend to be refocused. Creative production. But as you go up that system, you begin to stunt that really lack the understanding of the enterpreneur. Part of this is how the business works. And how the business works? The the revelation fight that creativity is just the product. And you know this? Is? Only the beginning of what becomes money. and so for me while I was S Mccann, the agency I have become an associate director become a senior person, but I really did not have any understanding. Of how the business ran. So when I did become. The CEO of Audiovisual I. It was no surprise, but my entire focus was on creating things not on how to run the company. And that's need why. I often tell people that might turn for. was. GOING TO FIT foundation. After five years running audiovisual funds. And the strangest thing was that I did not realize that you know I could I could actually be walked through. How to be a businessman, so that's really for me. What I would call the the letter forces of me from this. Single Creative Focus Guy. To create the Priya. Go to Dacian while I was. and. That inspired my change. Three things that I think. One I learned. You need it on the stand trends, and at that time I pick. -nology was driving. Secondly. You need to understand these plants. And how they were! Because because the audience and whoever did this by yourself? You need to understand that. Is How do you become excellent? How do you find that? Thing that sets you apart. How does your service? Become something that people want simply because it is superior to. Billable. Lending those things cost meet them decided to form dig works. When I was GONNA set off on my old. Yeah, it's it's. It's interesting, because in the first year Devi works, we made. More money as we made. A high ability. Then then I. I live in five years. Of. This post Piton this okay. That's interesting. Wonderful advert right? There so I think for me right now. I would like to know kind of I. Mean you mentioned three things that you found were prisoners to how the businesses run after condition I'm interested to know what are the? Suppose milestones that you set you set for yourself during the eight hundred three foundation of course, and how you're able to meet or exceed, or maybe the milestone changed or evolved into something else. What were those were the first thing as you need to understand? Why. Runs you wild to grab the fact that regardless of what to do if it's called the business? Of It is to make profit investors, thanks. Obviously to make profit investors you have to. Satisfy each has to be something out there that you've living. That causes consumes to come to you, and it's that basic and simple, and what I. By Eureka moment. Foundation was we had. This gentleman that used to be the the digi of these small and medium enterprise. Routing me. Losses, lastly Mel. It can intellectual my very first day and they asked everyone. What is what is your an Welby? And when I told him it looked at me and said also what you do is a hobby. Because, it was clear to him that you know I really did not understand. The value chain yes. So the one thing that was important for me. Tonight was to understand first of all the consumer understand the terrain. What's out? That Understand the trends. And then ask yourself. What product can you deliver? that. Is Destructive. That creates value. Stands out. And Causes People. To rethink. Sometimes even what they want and that's really what. I needed he did my first product after two afterwards tinsel after they. At that time. When people talk, the TV series talked about thirteen episode once a week. And so for the first time we we were trying to do a studio days daily soap opera that ended up being two hundred sixty episodes one. Now that was a lot of work. That was destructive. No, no one down that. We're going to use actors who were not necessarily stars, but we concentrated on learning how this was done in other places, so we took a golden South Africa's. and. I, think just go to Africa, 'cause my entire team. To South Africa, so we basically adopted. A process, we adopted a process tested though side dusted the culture. Because at that time, he was already running something like ten years. Yes, an every day. It was still he was. He was also rather than they. They had in their story for the day. Whatever was the front pages of the newspapers the day before so was still about it, and that to us was extremely challenging, so we. We took on guys that and we learned. And, we! We got. What you could call the system. We brought it here. And for almost eight months we were producing without being out there. And when we did come out near was interesting to me, was that? Everyone forty was made his. Oh interesting and that to me. told us out destructive me. It was it was today. Shot over two thousand five hundred episodes owns his own. Studios is prominent. Many stars in the industry have come from it, so become a negative projects. Says moved on to do battle ground, and once again that's. been very destructive. We've taking a genre I. We know that people not. and. We did a love. That a lot of good people, too. And currently we're working on another show. I would launch. In October two big brother and We will keep doing that. But that's billion place with. We've also tried to look documentary. There's people were not and nobody everybody for medical. Make money. And we focus our intervention that on film festival. And Iraq is become something global. Interesting, then and for me personally rewarding because I was invited to that. Motion pictures out the sciences simply for finally. For final do that. If if there is one thing that's become a recurring A. Recurring theme in the story. Is that you know I. Fit Foundation cost me to look at things differently. I don't look at things as artists a look at things as an end. Up, and if you look at it as an premier, you create change. distruptions you create new products, you constantly looking for the gap Not because money's your folk focus, but because the difference you make, we've been doing. Quite profound. That's. Fun and The business. Plan and the understanding of the value chain. Helps you to limit? Your losses. To limit waist inches. Stages is never just about money. We're stages, not always about. Me No goods or services sometimes listed use of time the titles when you don't have a clear view of the value chains. You spend double the time. Finding your space see. And I think you know a the capacity to sit down and plan out on paper the journey. The value chain. Says you a heck of a lot of time. And I reported back to how I make movies how I make series. I spend more time in the planning process I sleep. Time understanding I don't. We don't I don't really quite? I. Don't indulge people. Who want to data. Execution. Recipe for disaster. It happens a lot especially young people because they like the whole bubble of ideation. The fact that you know I get this inspirations. And flying with it. Is Great, but you don't get a chance to test it. You don't get a chance to question it. You don't get a chance to see if it got longevity. We replicate itself over time. Of course who wants it? Was the by their market, for market. Young creative. I mean when I talk to my. Yoga self now. It's usually who to laughed. At how foolish I truly was. I absolutely used to enjoy you know my own stories and and I would took me just being on one simple plots. Was Thinking about but this. Don't last more than a short film. was never liked. To be profitable essay, but that's really what I think is different. So. We've heard a bit about your success. Successes in many many areas that you've gone through. Can you talk about the challenges that you faced across? You. Know as I grew up, I realized that. You know failure is actually the important part of your process. If! You don't feel you really don't don't. Don't have the capacity to succeed in a profound with. The moment I described to you. Tweet on vacation where? Electrodes to me. What I had was a hobby, not not a not a business. I own is repeated because it's a seminal. Moment, will you realize I realized quite on? This is the last five years before then. Being. A total. Walking, around blind! I never forget the moment because the same gentleman eventually. Small and medium enterprise, but he raton give. Me Doctor by dictator. Opportunity to access one hundred million loans to build what became me division and maybe move your hobby a real business. But he had to see me. I mean we can good friends and he was wonderfully opportunity. But he had to see me. Actually admits. My, The gap. so yeah, that was one moment. But I came out of MIT. Comfortable Eagles I. You know also I think you know failed Syria the missing opportunities that I could if I knew what I know now. I will possibly have. I would possibly have. Trial Sedate into content earlier. And, that's not. It's not it's not a failure of as much as a missed opportunity. And I think that's critical because. I did not. Have the capacity. To have I've you of industry. And see where the gaps. And so. I simply went with. Someone. Else is doing or whatever everybody said was the thing to do. But then I know I can almost use that because when you're young. You're just kind of blind finding your way. But the margin of difference is being in the exit. Young people away I I meant to. The difference between the richest man in the world. Is much information. You perfect. House. Sometimes that information. About himself. I think if you ask me. The foundations of my early failures was I know myself? I. Valued myself. As a story. My only moments of Affirmation was when that had story. But the. Will of stories. The world is full of storytellers. It took a while done standard I could have. To create one. Half. The validity might my. My. I did not need all of that to be valid as a as a professional. And that's that's maybe way TAP. What are the lessons learned? Well one it's important to. Understand that you're not alone. Not The greatest failure. Wonder failed funds. That are people. Who are feeling all? The important thing is. Do you see why? You failed. And then obviously be oh comfortable. In failure. Because I do think times when people feel, and they call it depression, but sometimes I think it's a comfort. With with. The create levels of reasons. Why they have given it to try, and then you can blame the country. Linda colmey everything. Then find a place of comfort. VM comfortable. With with figure. But find out why you? There's always a information out. That information systems is secondly with the lente. I find that the module of difference between. Faith on success especially environment. Is Who who? Is your mental. And for me. The mentors not someone that you have to know mentor. Infamy is about. Reviewing. And researching someone's process. There are a lot of people with outcomes would love, but processes that you may not. because. Sometimes, the process is so personal to them. That you can't. Really replicate. But in the process seems to have. Interesting steps that kind of move things forward. You wants to review and adopt. That to me is is the second lesson to find something that represents what you want to be. For me, thirdly people talk about hard work. I'm not sure how hard work is point smartwatch is. The age of, technology. smartwatch is easier than ever. You take a model and remarkable, and you can do this paper. And that's really for me. The the the the key everything I've done. I mobile outraged I interrogate of paper. I look for. What the financial institutions say about it. That at times when I offer something. I want to loan on something I. Really Don't want the loan. I just want the interrogation process from the financial and financial institutions because I find that the financial institutions. Under WHO NOT TO LOSE MONEY! And they tend to ask questions, but you might not have considered, but beyond that they have contacts and people. Who may have a synergistic connection to what you're trying to do? That also in the marketplace so. What apprising is when you? Sometimes become overly optimistic. They know what real values. WHO's paying? What for what? And when they give you that feedback in the process of asking then. It's it's more valuable, and and sometimes you don't have to pay for that because. Actually and you can get to the end and say you know what I don't think I want to look. I've known I needed I. Don't say that. You simply. Information is critical difference between success and failure. Oldest Time said I studied rapidly. We'd along listened to people Why in the business of business I'm doing. It's very understanding badminton factors of course, which is, you can take something that works in the US works in Britain and bring it here. And nobody understands why. Not Working. There is there. Are Those factors also critical? To. So I'm also just because predominantly content creator, even as a business person you in the business of coordination. So how would you say across three companies well two and a half? Your Quantum Chretien process itself because you mentioned process and and being able to replicate study someone else's So how would you say your process has changed between these two and a half? Its volt I think the bigger. Stakes. The Mall your system has to become more efficient. So on the TV fronts There is a content creation system now. That has a large writing team. Focused on doing that. There is on the film side reduces now that you don't do that and there is a process with which they work I'm able to to supervise things And also able to bring to the table. The little beeper I, know but I think at the end of the day. You cannot personalized. This, you must figure out how fighting champions and people excellence in different areas of it. You must identify those and I. think that's really may be my biggest task. Today is the constantly in the street. And look at those who have excellence creativity and who are looking to. Create victims and work with them. Hire them if billable. Simply partner with them, and of course that's led me to this project of mentoring other talent factory because I. Do feel that you know the creative industries has. Too Few people who have the benefit of a combination of creativity and the premiership. And that's what we try to do. Here is a storytellers sensitive to the demands of the colony. Of Creativeness. So! You've mentioned. A lot of reflection in the past. If you had like one lesson that you would tell you just starting the company self What would that one lesson being? No yokels! Your consumer. I think often people. Create Systems and companies and and. They're all about self valued age. Sometimes it's about making money. Or less the goal of it is clearly delivering value. You will have problems. that. People are incredibly great as employees. And they will stay great as long as his vision leader. As long as there is a system that is cousy. And protects them, but in in the in the wilderness of enterpreneurship. Value. Baggage you comfort. Is when that. Zuma So this. The Person Leading Service is able to come back again again. And the only way to get them to come back again and again. is to know what they want. Not What you want, your unfamiliar that as all that translates whether you're writing. Columns for newspapers or you're making TV shows or your send you know I give you whatever it is the consumer as key, and that's maybe what I brought to do and I finally it's very well. We tell stories from the eye of the consumer. Now we do this on and off. Of loop where we take the comments of back and of the audience, and who they like, and what storylines like completed back into the story, and you find, they come back on Monday and they see something they said online, and they think to themselves men I'm bringing. It just keeps the show. There is a royalty thing. Comes with creation. Yeah, they invited to by. I find that to be a good lesson. Regardless of what it is you do. The Consumer Is King. Pick. Could you tell me a bit about how your leadership style has changed several across because you did mention having a visionary leader how that helps navigate the. Important! Festival versus to find people, of talent. Real, not talk as not you know there are people who have greet CDs, but you really. They really never accomplished anything I'm not interested in well. You went to school what your CV is. I will research and talk to people and find out what your skill set is. I hope it's focused on one thing I. Don't like people who sell them things because you know. So find that talent. Then I liked the emotional intelligence. Pot I'm also very keen that the person is Steve. Ambitious, humble enough to understand that none of us knows everything. will be coming into work to. I think that's the first. The second breakthrough in highly talented ingenious persons. It's the lead. Baby talented on ingenious. You can't hire them. Pay Them well and then do their job. I find that ultimately what I've learned. Is that what we creates magic? is to find talent set a high. Bar. And allow them to work. and. It's amazing because all you gotta do after that. Is Protect on. Give them a safe zone. To work. Tends to their own personal issues to the extent can distract, but essentially you know. Inspired. By setting goals that are only side. I that. Creates you. Something everybody looks forward to and if you get it right on, many levels create a team. That's always ambitious, always trying to defeat. Why are you in this this white? What what fascinates you about? About leading. To. Be Honest I didn't. I didn't want to be leader I didn't. I really didn't say it? When I say I, decided I really do I. Didn't want to view the. like you I'm also very interested in storytelling in whatever form and I actually started in a very different form of storytelling. I'm so. My background is an animation and game development, so I was working as a game, developed so telling stories and interactive, so it's using technology as you mentioned to kind of disrupt the story tendency mayor. So coming back to Nigeria and trying to plug into a nonexistence, this because that was very different and very infantile industry It's still is, but it's. It's gradually growing. So my hobby in university with editing. I wish I. had a professor who was a produce on the show, and if needed, extra hands should call means so I kind of have some sort of experience in that, so it was kind of like the same things where I had friends in the industry, and they'll all you can edit. He's coming to help me, and then before you know it I plugged into the Salmon Industry but the core of it. I mean I'd worked there for a while. The corporate I knew that I didn't want to. To stay here like I don't want to go back to what is that I was interested in, and I wasn't seeing any platform because for me. The storytelling I didn't have a particular format that I wanted to do. It wasn't film that I wanted to do was in an admission that I wanted to do I was for me. It was more about okay. There is this great story. What is the best way to tell which which medium which four months be the best way to get the story to relate with people? So I didn't find that there was a platform that did that. People were either doing films. Commensurate mixture both of TV I'm there wasn't Roofer experimenting and challenging with this platform is the best thing for the story, so that is where I'm like okay, so I guess they have to form. Create the platform and that's where grits do was found and grits. Is. is the West African word for storyteller historian an oral. Historian so that's kind of how I found myself. In. A space. That's a lot of opportunity. Children's. Markets, so it's good. We're talking about Cozumel's with customers and the game market, the animation Marquette I think he's so huge. And it's already. But I've been thought about. You know. To Commission with the broadcast the something. Or actually creating the games that have localized storytelling. What we have so the thing is I get lower. Mission game. People assume that my my tag instance children. The target audience is it depends on what the narrative of the? Adult talking to? Elderly targeted content as well so in terms of collaboration. The very first thing that I knew that I had to do is get a teen. Because as you've mentioned you see, you can't do it by yourself. In especially giving how complex these the even with you with film, even something as simple as a short film simple industry. There's already a system where you need like you need to work with so many different people, so it's more of for me. We are collaborating people on a very small scale, but it's more of a capacity building. Because if as you said we were the business. If you want to take a risk with that business, you need to have the resources human resources to be. Be Able to handle whatever it is that you plan on creating so we do have very small collaborations that we're using to build capacity as well as to get more people interested, because there is a misconception about when you see games when people are thinking console games, if people are thinking offer children on these gone gone and violence, and whatever you say, Oh, cartoons for. To try trying to kind of get people and to see how because one of the key things I noticed that a lot of very talented aren't aware how transferable skills. So you find people that have developed APPS and software, but they say what development is literally the same skills things. It's just a different way and having to get people because once you start seeing. When you can't micromanage people to get like you said if you could get time to person, let them be talented. So if you're not getting if I start explaining explaining it to you and you're not getting it the okay. This is exactly what I do then I. Feel like we can't do this. You're not ready. Maybe we cannot readily be at this point. You're not ready for us to get onboard. Because that would mean at every point, we would have to come back to this. So. Well, that's exciting than even. Say the landscape of jury. Is such opportunities always right there. It's delighting I. was I. was part of the legals? Nation Festival Tanked as one of the peanuts. I did enjoy seeing an industry that was basically not. They're beginning to have flourished and lights. So that's pretty cool. That was great. So one of the things that that you mentioned is about like studying processes that exist I'm still because of the unique nature of our country. And how it works not on people, but in reality. How would you I think maybe the word would be advice. An enterpreneur who whose process either the ones that exist will not work here, and because there is There's not that much information you mentioned about processes that current temperature preneurs or existing players on the field have gone through, either it's because it's more personal, or it's just not documented. It's not something that is available. Even if it is documented, there's no access to it. So how would you? Advise such such an enterpreneur to proceed that they do want to study this and see how viable it is, but there is no existing model. They don't have access to an existing model. That would work here. Thrown Zoo for AREMU. New. There are two levels of the modernist I. Think you need to research the first? is how. His Actions as actions offering. Of the A officiant. How efficient can this thing you want to do? Fit into the transaction. At is here. The transaction model works every product because that's the culture. Of Business. In the country. Or environments. Often the one that cannot be easily. Changed. because. There are things in that. Book the efficiency needs these your issues. And the strategies for efficiency meet not be mirrored to exactly the same this. There would be businesses. I mean obviously the the creative industries. Intellectual property industry is a particularly skin environment anyway. But the question is, are there industries that can be that I think there are and and you can actually recycle idea news, even coca-cola. Have a system in place that you know is protective and adaptive enough to function. In this. Space but I think globally. First thing you have to. Is the end quality. Of of your delivered. That encode not because it's a global world. Kind of compromise that cannot be lost to the environment. Every consumer whether they'd be Nigeria, Venezuela. Want the same high. Quality SAPIRO excellent. Product why because the walls are down. To Zoom! That's in product from everywhere. So for me, it's thing three things one is. To find the the the the global quality. Secondly to create a process to deliver quality at the same. Quality at the same pace at the same time. Everytime. That's the efficiency part, and then thirdly tomato. How do companies? In this space. That third one has a lot of people that can talk to. That are issues to do with. How taxes impact you. An impact your pricing. Other issues to do with regulatory authorities, and how in Nigeria or in African countries generally they can be almost the terrorists you're. You're trying to avoid. That can't be pockets of. People also try to corner that business. Resist a younger new of different voice coming in, but there's always Lucien for all of that and the solution for all of that find the right lane top. He would give advice. Sometimes it will give the network. You need to break those things and more than anything else information. There's nothing that makes a policeman. Stop talking than if he finds out knew the could actually know the traffic. You can actually caught it. According to tell you Cardio Jalan. Go, so it's important that you're not ignorance. Of Rules and regulations in the industry which you operated. But you must work in a global way and be connected to every. Part of it while protecting this part, which is you efficiency and your product? You have responsibility for this, but this shifts and changes. And we actually have people who take care of it for you, but the mentors critical here especially one. was maybe not conquered the system. What are survived getting? William and Is really the key. Last we allies. These before and from Seattle is really key for an opinion. And I that the Beagle, the world enthusiasm I usually the young. So. What I'm looking for what I call combustions of ideas and new thinking. Tend to just see to it that. The Premier? There's a lot of. Disappointments come sometimes because things have gone bad, but things I've known as good as you. You you do your human you? down. But at the end of the day you know you've got. An addictive group defeats view. You know they help you go on. And I know. Everything sometimes sounds like monies monies go for me. The goal for me is Louie fulfillment. Incentive. The logic and talk to. But I almost can guarantee you. You wouldn't do very well, so the trick is. To keep the vision that. Keep on keeping on US and they say. Well, thank you for your time and for the of knowledge and experience that you should. You so much! Thank you for listening to this episode of journeys interest in Russian this interview was recorded on the. 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So I've got my formally adopted daughter whose twelve with me half the time. She's at her dad's the other half of the time. My informally adopted daughter. Who's thirty joined us from Washington? Dc about a month ago. Because she had to close her massage. Therapy business there. So she came down here And is sheltering in place with us and she brought her massage table which is certainly not a bad thing to have in a pandemic. Here you're just living with a masseuse. Very Jealous Yeah. I mean if she needs somewhere else to go she can come. Stay with me. And my husband Professor Travis. You don't normally teach remotely as you've mentioned but I'm assuming that the current circumstances have changed this. So what is it like being a professor right now? Like what's your day to day like well? Clauses ended for us this week so my day to day is void about to change. I would say that I've been in a really privileged position. I have a relatively small teaching load the semester. I'm only responsible for about seventy five students altogether so I've been able to be in touch with almost every single one of them by a aside from that I'd say teaching this semester has been kind of awful. I don't teach remotely because to me the face to face audience and performer energy. That I get from my classroom is one of the most important things about my teaching. And it gives me the most pleasure and it's through actually knowing my students as individuals in a classroom that I feel like I do the best teaching of them that got cut off pretty unceremoniously in mid March and since then it's really just been about delivering content which has been really hard. I had told all of my students as they were leaving campus. We're not GONNA have the same set of expectations that we had at the beginning of the semester. Your priorities should be your mental health and the health and wellbeing of your families and friends. And I'm going to be aware of that as we go forward. I hope you'll see the material from our class as a chance to keep the part of your brain that's actually engaged with big thoughts and exciting ideas alive in a time where a lot of your brain gets rededicated just to sort of struggling to survive and I think for some of them that worked but for the most part there's been an enormous amount of emotional triaging. I have students who has parents lost their jobs. Students whose families are first responders so the parents are working forty eight on forty-eight off and they're now responsible for home schooling their brothers and sisters kids who've family members have died kids whose family members are sick and quarantined in the house. You know and it's really hard to see a bunch of kids who super high achieving really motivated. I'M GONNA crush my first year at University of Florida. All of a sudden be just like crashing on a big rock of other stuff that they didn't anticipate how your students are very lucky to have you and the fact that you're seeing them as humans and not just as you know statistics or standardized test scores but actually working with each student during a time. That really is not just chaotic but traumatic for a lot of people. I mean not surprising at all. Of course you're professor Trish Travis. Of course this is how you're going to your students. Yes we would expect nothing less of you. Just love you so much for everything you say came. Yes okay so listeners. Who Don't know what we're talking about. What is this shirt? You speak of Professor Travis. It's an amazing professor. Drove Fan club shirt. I can't believe it it's like it was manifested out of the minds of the by the fan community so I was totally not expecting it. I got it and I thought Package should I open? It is the cardboard covered with the corona virus. 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Alright seal later take care thank you. We love you so hard. Reminder Professor Travis is twentieth century. Us cultural and literary historian with a focus on gender popular culture. She's basically our goddess. She is and we know all of you out there of her to all right. We want to get to some listener mail. Now a lot of you out. There have written in with questions for me for two lente and for Nora. And we're gonNA answer some of them now. Let's start with this question from Rene who says dear ladies. I hope you're all okay. The news from New York looks really scary right now to the rest of us. Are you safe? Are you healthy? How are your loved ones? Please let us know that is released. Rene. Thank you for asking after us as I'm sure you know there are a lot of cases of cove adhere. Fortunately my family were all safe. But I've had I think it's a dozen friends so far who've had colbrad some abandon the ICU. About a dozen of my friends. Now either lost jobs or taken pay cuts and some of my friends have relatives who've died. So yeah you're right. It's really scary scary time but I have been and I know Jolanta applies to you too. We've been doing our best to stay grateful throughout this. We've been clapping every seven. Pm which is our way of showing appreciation for our essential workers. And we're just doing our best right now. We're acknowledging our feelings but also trying to be optimistic and cautious as much as we can be you know things in equal measure. I think when you say so Jolanta Yeah. We're trying to stay grateful and be glad that we are safe and like it's a tough one. It's tough things are weird for me personally. Most of my loved ones are like staying safe and pretty healthy. I have a few friends who've been affected and lost loved ones which again is horrible The job industry is super scary at worry a lot about like friends in the restaurant industry and just like everything's on pause. Which is weird. I'm not healthy. But it's not because of cove. Ed so that's great and everything's weird. Do you WanNa tell the listeners. More about that Jolanta. You already a little bit on. We love you and so can you. But very by the book listeners. I'm guessing don't know what you're talking about right so I guess. I talked about my face rash a lot on by the book. This past season turns out. I have lupus. Not just a weird face rash. And that's what's been going on with me. Don't really know what kind yet but I've started taking medication. It makes me SOS OH tired. I am a walking Zombie Getting better but also mess. Yeah and I can just say as your friend is about. This is about you. I'm just so relieved that you have a diagnosis. Because it's been so long of you just thinking like am. I freaking crazy. What is this what is going on? What is this thing and as your friend? I'm just I mean. I know. It's not like the diagnosis you wanted. But I'm so happy that at least you have answers now. I'm so happy to just have an answer and like no. There are treatment options that it's not like some weird amalgamation of things that make no sense. That will never get help. Like tons of people had this and deal with it. It's like oh I I can deal with this and treat it. It's just now that it's not a mystery. It's awesome but I'm also so tired. That's the only Trade I GUESS. It's just tiredness and I suppose you also have to be. I mean we're all trying to be careful in New York right now but I suppose you have to be extra careful just because you know. This isn't right. Munin disorder yet. Turns out I'm also immune compromised which I learned during this so I basically don't leave the house at all except Alexa sort of walk. The dog and I like you know. Keep my distance. And where all the gear? And it's I'm a little stir crazy but also tired. It's not like I really notice. I'm not leaving the house much so in a weird way. Getting this diagnosis during social isolation has been sort of a like a very productive environment for me to like he'll rested because it's all we're doing is just staying in an looking out for one another so hopefully I'll be able to reemerge with everyone else and not have a rash or be so tired. Well again I'm just really glad you'll be diagnosis and getting all that care that you need right now. So I'm happy that all right. Shall we move onto the snacks letter? Rachel yes Rachel says Jolanta. We know that you're an introvert and kristen that you're an extrovert. I'm curious about how each of these tendencies of backed how you're coping with stay at. Home Order Steering Cove Nineteen. I'm doing pretty great. I feel like I'm become becoming more of a support system for people I know who are extroverts. Were like what are you doing? How are you not going? Insane How do I try that like you? Will you have a coloring book? I didn't know those were things I don't know I feel like I've become a bit more of a support system for people who are losing their minds which is fun But I'm doing I kinda great like so bad. I am so glad Jolanta. How about you though? That's what I'm curious about. Well you remember. Jolanta the first couple weeks of this as you recall Joel. Went to I was a little. Stir crazy at one point wired. I was trying to get you and brad to I meet up with me. Six feet away so we could wave at each other. I mean this is how nuts I was like. Can I make waving dates with people just waving? I won't get on the same side of the street as you all. Just stand outside your window and I will wave and I was doing that in the first couple of weeks. I made waving dates. I would do multiple facetime and skype dates a day. I did multiple happy hours multiple parties. I mean remote birthday parties just to be clear. Google hangouts google happy hours all of the above and then after a few weeks of that i actually started to get kind of exhausted with it because i think i was overcompensating. Because I'm still working all the time. I'm still working with you. I'm still a consultant. I'm still teaching classes. Instill still doing all the other things. I am doing many jobs. Yeah so a lot of yours haven't stopped. Yes so I really like trying to you know. Do all that other stuff. It was starting to wear me out so now I've become much more measured about it. I don't have to do six things a day social. You're not doing like three happy hours in a row. No I don't need to do that anymore so right now. I'm like okay. If it happens half a dozen times a week I see somebody or talk to somebody. That's fine so I'm being more measured about now okay. I want to do this question. We got from. Susan says the following a lot of people seem to fall into one of two camps right now camp. One is the kind of person who says I'll be super productive and I will write my novel or complete other South actualising projects. Because I'll never have so much free time again or the people in camp to who say I will use this time to relax because I'll never have this much free time to slack off again. Which camp are each of you in Susan? I love this letter because a lot of people I know seem to be like very strongly in one camper the other as well. I don't know about you to have you seen that with people in your world. Yeah I'm just been thinking of like I've been seeing the two camps and also been wondering like are the camps themselves just like a social media Mirage like. I'm getting like Meta already. I think but I'm like are these even our options. Why is everyone posting about this? What does posting about this say in general like that sort of where? I've been going but yes I've been seeing the two camps. Are you in either one of these camps drill into I feel like I fluctuate day by day some days? I'm all about like I'm going to take a shower at three. Pm and what else like. What else I might doing today. Who knows and then other days where I'm like this is it. I'm going to take all the old like stand up jokes. I was GONNA do and make them into like fucking illustrated films just share online. Even though I know nothing about illustration or anything other than stand up and like this is the time and then I'll you know spend all day working on it and then not touch it for another few days. So I'm definitely in both camps depending on the day. How About Yourself Kristen? Oh just like you like. It really varies from day to day. You know some days. I'll eat a bag of chips and I'll watch like four hours of TV and then other days I'll decide to launch a whole new project so just for example here and forgive me if this is to self promotional my friend refer. I who I used to host vide at. Wnyc with a bunch of our old movie date. Listeners began writing to us and asking if we would start doing movie therapy again. Movie therapy was the segment. We used to have on our show where people would write in with their life issues and we would prescribe move right help them and so a lot of time time than ever. Yeah so we started making this already. Yeah there are several episodes out in the world right. Now we've been doing over a month all my God. Why wait you've been doing this for a month? First of all fuck you second of all? I'M GONNA GO CHECK IT OUT. But that's weird that. I didn't know about this. Well it's still pretty new but I'll I'll put something on facebook page about your friend who says you. Don't Brag is right. This is a problem. Oh God okay. It's on the show. Everybody listening on by the book. Please subscribe movie therapy with referring Kristen. There we go see I just did. I just did it. Good thank you. I will check it out now that I know. A Claire says with almost every outside the house date night activity now forbidden. What are you and your partner is doing for fun? Right now and also. How is frank doing with his humans home all the time? I want to know about that. Too Poor Frank. He really misses other dogs. I feel really bad for him actually like he's not going to the dog park when we go for walks. He can't like Sniff Butts. You know we don't know like one kind of germs. He can pass to people or get pasta as through him. Sniffing a but and I feel really feel like he's getting stir crazy and like I've been trying to like play with them more and make more. Lanc time to throw a stuffed animal down the hallway so we could like quietly play. Fetch not disturb anyone but he also loves that. Were home all the time and he's never alone he like checks every room being lake is Joel. Lente HERE IS BRAD HERE. Check and then like an hour. He'll go like do it again. Keeps himself busy? But like he's clearly looking for things to do at this point and as far as our date nights. I Dunno broads like forced me to play backgammon of times. And like we're just watching so many movies The ABIHU we're watching lots of movies and TV and we don't always agree unfortunately on movies and TV like what's your intersection so Dean frigging Love Saifi and I like you know Crappy Reality Show Rom coms Hard Goran Com. Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah so we've had a couple of moments of luck with shows like the orval were which are kind of like comedy in kind of like Sci fi at the same time and we also just started watching this show with witches which could be any show. I think right now. What that's a yeah. I know that's like every show. It's a show about which is by no for real. We've also done puzzle nights where I mean. We have a lot of jigsaw puzzles right now. And so we've done the jigsaw puzzle night where we take turns just talking okay. Google and saying okay. Google play a song about a pandemic. Okay Google play a song about healthcare workers and we'll just go back and forth requesting songs puzzle. That's fine so that's been something we've done also and then my favorite activity of all is when we walk to drop off the compost. And we do that once a week and that we were out of the house. And we're doing something that makes us feel good and then We can enjoy the fresh air and be out alone together. It's really nice. All right next question comes from Alexandra who says have any books helped you during this time. Are there any books you've read for by the book that would decidedly not help you right now? Oh that's a good question. What about you? You'll want our books that have been helpful to you The only book. I've really been spending time with is a great British bake off coloring book and I'll be honest. It's really helped me during this time. How about you? Are there any books that have helped you or that? You've been avoiding while I have been using the Libya APP. Finally so many have recommended the libby APP to us over the right. This is that APP where you can check out e books from the library or audio books from the library and it has been fantastic because I have not read so many books since getting this APP. I will read the first ten pages of a book and Say Nope. This is too hard or the first ten pages. It'll be like this is badly written and then I have no guilt. Because they didn't buy anything. I just checked it out on my APP. It's been great. I have finished a few books. Though that I've just loved one is Demi Moore's book which Gillette to your price so so that's I feel like I talk about this book with you all the time but I love this book. It's wild. It's so good so good and then I'm reading a book called Pachinko right now. Which is like a multi generally Obama. Janko it's about Pachinko parlors a little bit but it's mostly multi generational historic family drama. That takes place partly in Korea and partly during Japan over. The course of like six decades really sucked me and so that one's been really good and that was recommended by a listener. I'm so sorry listener. I don't remember which one of you recommended that book but thank you. I'm really enjoying it. But what about part two of this question which books would decidedly not? Help us now. Books from by the book any books about like. Yeah that's the best answer. I have nothing to add. Stolen goods read any book that has told us to hug like we shouldn't read right now. No hugging just make me sad and want to hug people are. Let's get to this question from Donna. Donna says I'm guessing. All of you are working from home now. How do you record the show from home? And what are the challenges of doing that Jolanta? You have a husband who also podcast. Does this mean you all have to share one set of recording equipment? Kristin you have noisy upstairs. Neighbors does that interfere with your tapings and Nora. Is it hard to direct taping sessions when you dilemma and Kristen are all in three separate locations? Let's bring a northe- answer this question. Because she's really you know the wizard of Oz. She's the person behind the curtain us. So she's the queen of the tapings. Yes she is so nora. Hello Hey hey guys. Hey Hey can you explain to the listeners? Where you are right now. Sure so. I am recording under my blanket on my bed and I'm like huddled in here like a total insane person But this is how we get the best sound. This is what we do for our listeners. Okay Hey my laptop I have my mic. I have my recorder. Yeah so that's that's my setup and then dilemma and Kristen you each have A little bit of a different kind of setup if you WANNA talk about it. Yeah I remember that closet. Yeah I'm in. What used to be a closet that has lots of pillows and padding and we each have our own kind of recording sat upset home and then while recording were also connected all three of us to each other on zoom and that way nor can jump in and direct us and tell us what to do and US like Oh backup. That wasn't clear enough answer and so on and then Yeah what else Nora. Well I'll say that it's a little bit of a thing of trust because a lot of this. I mean we're always relying on entrusting technology even in the studio but here were also relying on our Internet connection sometimes So once in a while that will cut in or out or like we really to PS and QS. And just making sure that everything sounds good and that we have backups. Who were always doing our initial recordings and then we have other ways like we record on zoom so we have a backup audio. So it's this whole little like intricate system But it's been working actually really well and I think kristen and Joanna's sound. I mean you sound like you're in a studio well thank you. It's also I just have to say it's crazy. 'cause Joe Lynton I we live a fifteen minute walk apart from each other and nor is just one neighborhood over from us so we're all so close but so far. Yeah like like you are one subway. Stop Away from me And yet none of us see each other. We haven't seen each other in only doom. But I'm glad I get to see your faces. Zoom a little bit. It is nice. It's really nice. Yeah Yeah Well. Thanks for explaining the technicals Nora. Have you back a little bit later? 'cause we have other questions for you but Jolanta let's talk a little bit about how you and Brad do do do share equipment. We've been sharing But we actually had a come to Jesus moment at the end of this this week Where I lost. It was like you need to be better at sharing. Our we need a new system. Basically Brad's Zeman. Living in the office and I have been like making a fuss but like also we have to figure out a better system because basically I just sort of come in whenever I need stuff and like try to kick him out but like when you. He's doing news all evening. Like it's crazy and hard to find times to come in so we are sharing equipment for now. Don't know if that's GonNa have stay happening. Don't know we're going to have to make like a studio sign out for our closet like that might be happening. It's weird it's weird. Wow on that no. We're GONNA take a quick break but when we're back we're going to try to offer some advice to those of you out there who've been asking for it so stay with us. Kristen did you know you could experience. Full plates and fuller wallets with every play. Because they're America's best value meal kit. Oh believe me yes. I do know that because I already eat and love every plate. 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Brian says I need advice about dating. During covert is it possible and worthwhile? Or what long-term dating advice can you give for preparing for the post? Stay at home world. I'm just adapting to being at home alone all of the time to well. If you know what I mean while I ever want to see people after this question to want to your more of an introvert. What do you say to Brian Brian? I really relate to you. I've felt this way about dating during a non covert world so I can only imagine during this time how easy it would be like. Oh Am I going to give up on this forever? Now that I'm cool with myself like do I need the world? But like you'll remember why you want the rest of the world and I think it is possible like I don't know I know Christians always against this but I like the pen pal part of like meeting someone online and now is the time to just lean into. It's so hard and like really get to know people ask questions like learn information. This isn't like the the. Let's be pen pals. I can keep you on a pedestal. Like time. But like you know if you can't meet in person like try to get to know people like writing is fun talk on the phone facetime with new. People like why not. Yeah plus you can always just hang up or say your connection like dropped out when it's not going well and you never have had to leave your house for a bad day. I well I will say Jolanta yes. I'm not a huge fan of the pen pal thing normally but now's a good time for it but I'd also encourage people to not just write back and forth. I agree with you Joe. Lente phone calls facetime those other things too so that you can actually know how you can talk to each other and you know get a sense of each other's you know physicality and by that. I mean facial expressions and how we move and how we gesture because all of those things affect how we communicate with each other. I was also going to recommend listening to our other show. We love you and so can you. The episodes of the show in his follow up episode with US. He was talking about how he is dating during covert and. I think that might give you some tips. That might help you. Next question is from Jenny. Who Says I'm single and live alone and always appreciate hearing from other people in my same boat about how they're coping so nora. If it's not too much trouble how are you? Are there things you're doing to stay connected and happy that the rest of US singles might want to try? I'm pretty sure I remember you mentioning you were single Nora. Yes Newroz back to answer a question. I'm back and yes I am single and I'm glad that you asked this question. I think it's important you know first of all how am I? I'm doing actually. Okay like the I I would say the first four weeks which is even insane to say now that it was ever that many and continues to be even more but that I would say those first weeks were really really tough and I was like. I'm really gonna go go crazy. I don't know if I can do this. And then I've kind of gotten into some kind of groove. I mean a big part of it has been a schedule like I have my work schedule but even otherwise dressed. I had like a where I was having trouble. Distinguishing workday and Non Work Day. Because I'm in the same place and then I decided to do like a walk in the evening right after work and in the morning. I do like a really quick ten minute meditation before I like make. Breakfast insert work so that separation has been good And then also I have been keeping in contact with a lot of people. I talked to my mom all the time I do. Zoom calls although I have decrease them a little because they get to be a little intense but just staying in contact with my friends and checking up on people and they're doing the same for me and then the other thing that actually helped me a lot and anyone can do any of these things really but Looking at my living room and just like laying on my couch every day. I was getting so sick of my apartment. I'm like Oh this place. So I just completely rearranged my entire Living Room. They look so different. Can you post before and after pictures on our facebook page? Yea Oh my God yes. And that's even good motivation. Because I'm not all the way done so well. Yeah that just Kinda makes me feel like I'm in a new and fresh space and it's been really nice to do that. It was just a flurry of activity last week. And then I was like. Wow this looks really good but yeah just kind of checking up on people trying to use this time to like see what other random interests have or just being so lazy and not caring and there's really no unto witness my lazy behavior and that's really nice and again it's sucks a lot of the time too. But that's how I've been coping anyway so yeah Nice. Nora is by the way I have to say to all the listeners out there just like always doing so much to for me for Jolanta for all the other shows works on. She's just like to well adjusted great but also like how she do it. Yeah but she's doing so many things for everyone else. I will say I am easy to cry. I don't know if that's helpful to me. But I'll just freaking cry so I feel like I have a little bit of an outlet sometimes so maybe that is healthy. I think I love to cry crying. The Best Yeah. I recommended my Fav- thank you so much again. Offer joining us on that every time nor times. Doesn't it sound like the voice of like your favorite bedtime story is coming in to talk to you like her voice? Oh totally so beautiful. I always feel like Oh. Thank God like someone responsible speaking. Okay and moving on. We have a really interesting question from Kerry who says I've never been fully zero waste but I've tried to more environmentally conscious. Ever since you're zero waste home episode. Here's the problem during nineteen. It seems so much harder to do when I order from local restaurants that I want support. There's often lots of plastic packaging. Same goes with all the things I'm getting delivered. Is there a way to counter? Some of this waste. Oh I have lots of tips for this. Oh I have so many. What are your hot hot. I need him to so one of the ways that deny have been supporting our local restaurants is we've been trying to buy gift certificates from them so after all of this is done we can go in an eat in the restaurants again. We also have been when we do order from restaurants. We limit it. We try to only do it once a week. And when we do we specifically asked for because we don't want any plastic forks or knives or sticks we ask for no sauce packets and we also ask if they have the kind of packaging that kind of iconic. White Paper Bucket. Almost Asian restaurants sometimes have totally. Yeah so we always ask if they have that kind of packaging or any sort of cardboard packaging or metal packaging. And if so can we have all of our food in those packages? Even if normally they're like no. That's only what appetizers going and noodles always going risk package and we'll say we don't care we would like all of it in the cardboard so those are a couple of things that we've done cut down on the package waste because yeah we. Ideally we don't WanNa make more waste either and then another thing we've been doing as far as getting items delivered. Is We try to as much as possible order from environmentally friendly companies. That will all package things together at once. So it's not like thirty five boxes coming every month. That might just be one large box. That has all the things that we need for the month from one company. Right one other thing. I've been doing kristen. That Brad actually figured out is a lot of local. Restaurants are also selling off some of their supplies. So that's the way we've been supporting local restaurants and getting food from them but not necessarily in all the packaging because they sort of come with like like a crate of like restaurant. Good deliveries like cans of tomatoes from the Italian restaurant unlike and made pasta and bags and stuff that are that are a little more friendly. I love that that is such a good idea. It's like shopping in bulk from a restaurant. That is such a good idea. That is so smart. I love it that is and it's something I had not heard about before so I'm going to try that and carry. Maybe you can try that. Is well our next letter is from Laura. Laura says I've been finding myself getting frustrated and even angry at people in my social media feeds lately for example when someone my feed posts about cabin fever and they live in a two thousand square foot house. All I can think is that is not a cabin. You're in same. Goes FOR PEOPLE COMPLAINING ABOUT JUGGLING. All they're working from home. I'm one of the millions of Americans who has been put on furlough and I'd do anything to have too much work now. Do you have any advice for being a little more patient with these people who are otherwise lovely but have no idea of how good they have it. Kristen I feel like you're better at like advice for this than I am. My advice would be like take a breather. Take a break from social media and like people that get under your skin who don't get it and like put on a good song and like maybe a little bit. I'm like just just let it out. You're allowed to get frustrated like this is a frustrating time. You have to take it out on those people necessarily they. All everyone's problems are their own but yeah like I would put on like walking in Memphis and like also do some rage yells. Try To dance it out. I love that advice. I love that advice. Thank you and I also agree with what you do. Yeah you can step away from the social media. Don't WanNa step away from it. You can mute some people so most kinds of social media has mute people for thirty days or on follow them so you don't have to see them in your feet anymore and then a piece of advice that you once gave me. Joe went and I forgot if it was for this show. It was just like you and I talk in real life but at one point you said on instagram. You can just follow dogs if you want to. It's true and following dogs on Instagram. Makes everyday better and it doesn't have to be dogs. That can be something else that you're really into birds. Whatever visual things? Your aunt you for me. It's doug face mostly yeah and I like what you said about like everybody has their own sense of perspective. I'm sure that other people. Laura unfortunately are thinking. Oh at least your furloughed. I don't have a job at all. I got laid off. I mean everyone has their own sense of perspective on things of everyone else. Has it so much better than me? Sometimes everybody else. Has It worse than me so I think it's good to keep in mind that you were saying like everyone has their own perspective? You said these are otherwise lovely people so I'm sure they are lovely but they just you know they have their own thought processes right now. They're not necessarily seeing your perspective and I think all of us right now especially are having a hard time sometimes seeing everyone else's perspective. So yeah just you know take care of yourself and maybe follow some dogs. Oh and Laura one other thing that maybe will help you. Maybe just approaching all of this with a sense of humor so my friend James Bar that I used to host the Megan and Harry podcast worth something. He did because he was getting sick of seeing everybody's pictures in their gardens like just trying to stay sane and all of this by my garden and he was thinking like ninety nine percent of people in London. Don't have a garden. Are you kidding me? 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We are back with a speed round of what all of you out. There are doing to stay saying in our unusual times of copen nineteen. Susan says my teenage daughter and I have been taking walks after dusk. Nightly it feels good to get out. It's not crowded and it's quiet when our lives were La Busier. We never had this kind of quality time together on a nightly basis so that's one silver lining. Nice Brooke says. I'm trying to stick to my routines as much as possible while social distancing that big one for me is exercise since it's my best form of self care so instead of exercising at the gym. I'm pulling up workouts off the Internet at whole I love it up next. We have Juliet who says I am knitting all the things I always feel like. I don't have enough time for knitting. I'm a part time freelance knitting pattern designer and I also have a shop where I sell knit products but I have so many ideas and so much aren't but not enough time to net. Now that I've just been laid off my main job I have lots of time. Ll Love that. Look on the bright side. Juliet Lovett Unit. Those troubles away killing it. I love it all right. Lindy says I've been doing giant Jigsaw Puzzles but to make sure I don't assemble them too quickly. I have a twenty minute sand timer so I can do the puzzles in bits so smart. Mary says I'm reading all the books on my Doobie Red List or should I say I'm reading some of them and finding that some of them aren't really worth reading past the first fifty pages yes mary. That's like what I was saying earlier about about my libby APP. It's so good for not reading books. Love it Aetna says my friends and I are doing 'em and but instead of standing for MOMS night out it now stands for MOMS night online connected by zoom and of course it's a B. Y. O. B. event. Jenny says I know a lot of other folks out there trying to use this time to be more productive than ever or to learn new skills. But I'm trying to instead. Really listen to my feelings. Give myself time to rest. Be Sad if I need to and not worry about keeping up with anyone else. Yes all the snaps to that no need to worry about keeping up with anyone love it. Lindsay says as an essential employees with a job. That can't be done at home. I'm staying sane by working extra hard so we can hopefully eventually all return to a more normal life. Lindsey stop making these thank you. Thank you Lindsey. Thank you do for making Kristen cry. Stop Making me cry. Love it and last but not least. We're GONNA leave with this message from Miranda. Who Sums it all up? I've definitely been a little bit more productive on still working so my days are kind of filled with work stuff. But I've seen meditating. I've seen getting out for runs doing some homework coat but I mean it's not all glorious self-improvement. Yesterday I drank coffee and ate raw cookie dough for lunch and then had more raw cookie dough for dinner call about balance. So you know you have to be gentle with yourself and maybe not cookie dough for every male. I think two other the is fine. But just remember that. Everybody's going through this this kind of task so the time to yourself because Heather's probably like people by love. All of the message is love your message. Verandah love all the emails and love all of the comments that have been on the facebook community. Thank everybody WHO's reached out. Thank you everybody who is supporting each other in the era of covert nineteen. Thank you to our essential workers that means delivery drivers. It means people working in restaurants that means sanitation workers that means healthcare workers. Thank you all of you. Thank you listeners. We are all going to get through this together. Thank you and we are thinking of your right now. And that's it for this bonus episode of by the book again. Thank you to just everyone. 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Jussie Smollett's Alleged Attack; Andrew McCabe on 60 Minutes

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Jussie Smollett's Alleged Attack; Andrew McCabe on 60 Minutes

"All right, route with the great Bill O'Reilly king of cable news for so many years that we are honored as always that on the way. Now the root show Newsmax TV. Hey, Bill hope he had a great weekend. I don't remember it wearing I think it was good. That means it was very good. All right. Let's talk a little bit about treason is it in fact treasonous that rod Rosenstein, Andrew McCabe, the former FBI director Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general Trump says his trees this that they were working against they were plotting to use the twenty fifth amendment to remove him from office. What say Bill O'Reilly, well Rosenstein denies it. I mean, he he says he didn't do anything on toward and he didn't buy into McCabe. So there's a division between McCabe, and Rosenstein and Senator Lindsey Graham trap for them by saying that he's going to bring them in under oath Senate Judiciary committee of which he chairs and ask them. You know, we doing very specific questions about how they were discussing President Trump. So that's pretty interesting development one or the other is lie. So I you know bar is. Now, the attorney general is warning last week as you know, and I'm saying to myself, I need to see that Michael Horowitz inspector general report from the department of Justice in bars gotta get it out because that's going to clear up a lot of these questions. So other than me speculating and talking out of my, but you know, sorry, but I don't have the facts, but Horowitz does. So who did what? And why he's sitting on it for so long. Let's get it out. And so we know the truth. And so that's where I am on this. And obviously, I don't have the answers. But it sure seems to be I don't know if it's rose Stein of McCabe. I don't know if it's Kobe, but it seems like the entire government at all the leftover baba people were certainly involved in some sort of subtle slow motion coup. What do you think about that, Gerald Kia? Well, Victor Davis Hanson. I think is the best columnist in the United States. And we put his recent column on Bill O'Reilly dot com posted there, and he discusses just what you said. And he goes through all the people that are involved with Mahler McCabe Colmey, and it's pretty overwhelming that they all didn't like Trump. There's nobody in the apparatus who was a Trump supporter or had respect for him. So when you say the fix was in early looks that way. But again, I go back to the Horowitz report. He's the guy that's going to clarify who did what? But I urge all your. Your listeners and my website members to read Victor Davis Hanson, calm, and he is in my opinion, the best columnist in America today. All right. To better than me. And at better than me. Obviously, I'm the actually syndicate he's better than me. Okay. Just see Spolete. And that story looks to be a horrendous black-eyed of the media. I have to do a little bit of bragging. I was the first guy Nova in the country who the day I heard about his supposed story. I had the guts to come out on Facebook Twitter to my fans and say, I'm going on a limb. I'm scared to even say it, but it sure sounds like a hoax to me just aren't any white guys on the streets Chicago at two in the morning with red Trump hats with nooses in their hand looking to Lynch black men. It's the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard by tire life, and they recognized him at you in the morning. The star of empire, you know. It was twenty below zero. They recognized him it sounded like a fake story for the first second. I heard it. So anyone who went for this, including what is it for tip accredit? Presidential candidates all took inside. And the media took aside. They're all idiots because there aren't any guys on the streets. Chicago screaming out the N word. And look the Lynch black men. There's no such thing anymore. Thank god. So what do you think about Brian Stelter? The CNN media critic saying today, quote, I think it was a very careful reporting by news organizations. What do you think about? Yeah. Not very careful. They just heard is Trump, hats scribe so forth. So I when I broke on January twenty ninth. I didn't cover it because my audience doesn't care about jussie smollet. That's why in covered right? So I said I'll celebrity press handle at TMZ these people. I'm not going to say it didn't happen. I was in the air again. I'm a fact based guy, so I'm not going to cover it. And I did. And then about a week later. I started to say the media and the politicians do the virtue signalling you know, what that is right virtue, signaling. Yes that America's bad Trump's bad. Everybody voted for Trump's bad, and we are good and they use they're using Sma lap divert you signal. So I'll give an example, Kamala Harris, the one who denied break Cavanaugh due process said this was an attempted modern day lynching. All right. So I'm saying how Booker Cory Booker Saint book. Let me let me give you the quote, the vicious attack on Jesse jesse's Millette was an attempted modern day lynching. She's the same thing that Harris said so they were sent that. All right. So and then I go then I started getting interested in the story. And I said all this is good. So now, they're all virtuous Singley. Pelosi Jila brand Biden sharp in all the Hollywood pinheads are all this happened. They know because of course, they were there to A AM when it was fifty below zero. They know what happened and Trump people did it they know that. Okay. So now, they're all going to virtue signal that they're so noble in kind and fair. But those Trump people all of them are really bad. That's when I got involved and just as you did I said, this doesn't stack at all none of this stacks. And I said that on the radio last week. But the bigger part of this story is that the media. All right. If you read my message of the day, I'm Bill O'Reilly dot com. NBC news devoted almost an hour to this. And so did ABC news an hour of kids. Taking Weber costed Mr. smollet who by the way remains innocent until proven guilty. Now. I think he's going to be charged. I think the Gog authorities going to charge him with filing false police report in the hiring these two guys who are going to flip on them. Who do I knew they were extra Meyer and ham that it's Jim to do this. So I think they're going to charge, but I'm gonna give Sma let the presumption business. Okay. So Matt gonna convict him of anything. But you know, so I see this, and I go this is what America is today Covington kids cavenaugh now Molet virtue, signaling by the far left and the media. And then when the media's caught which they are they're just caught then it agai lie on it says we're gonna do any wrong where we were fair. Who do you think you're talking to? How you know? I mean who really do you could you talk and we've ever known. It's your some believable. All right. And by the way, what Jesse Sumet should be charged with is eight crime because what he did was try to poor heat from all of America, and all the Democrats and all the minorities this country upon white. Trump voters were all racist. We're all bad. We wanna Lynch black people that was tempt. That's a hate crime. Anyway, that'll never short on time. Yeah. Of course, not of course, that, but I have my fantasies to villa. Riley. Creates Avalon always great, wisdom and have great day. Okay. Wayne. Thank you.

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Prince Harry begins the Sussexes new chapter

The HeirPod

31:42 min | 11 months ago

Prince Harry begins the Sussexes new chapter

"Hello everyone and welcome back via poed on your host open. Scrapie ready to bring you. Will the latest goings on from the house of Windsor and beyond is a gloomy rainy day in London staff? Just come back from an engagement. Prince Harry he joined Jon. Bon Jovi in recruiting base the Iconic Abbey Road Studios in London made famous by the Beatles of course recording. You single for the INVICTUS Games. We will get into that later on to the show and hear from the man himself. Jon Bon Jovi. He chatted with US earlier. Shed a few of his thoughts about the projects also looking at the Sussex is new chapter and revealed what Harry sings like in the recording piece. So look forward to that but before we get to that and I have some other. Prince Harry needs to go through later in the show. I was with him in Edinburgh earlier this week at a summit for his sustainable travel initiative travelers that was his first official returned to work and a couple are about to really go into full swing for the final slew of engagements before they officially step away from their lives as senior members of the Royal Family at speaking of that family. They were busy at work this week at that you could Cambridge out. Nottingham share at the Duchess of Cambridge. Taking on an engagement of sports aid we saw a bit of taekwondo and running It's been mixed up a little bit. Which is always greats But before we get to any of that really interesting engagement this week. The Queen made a surprise appearance to the N. I five here in the UK. That is our secret service headquarters here in London for the British intelligence. It was an unannounced visit where we saw. The Queen meets a lot of the personnel working there. She also sheds some remarks on. Just how important is the work that the British intelligence does for this country particularly in our fight against terrorism? We also got to hear a really interesting story about her father. Taking part in what they called fake royal visits that helps Britain win the second world. War Bear with me so when King George the sixth join senior allied commanders at an oil storage complex in Dover in nineteen forty four to the rest of the world. It looked like he was just on a royal engagement Basically a part of a series of morale-boosting trips that he was taking across the country to base the confidence and morale of the troops and help us win the Second World War but the Queen heard on Tuesday visit that royal visit was actually parts of 'em I five operation to trick the Nazi. So of course was spying on. The Brits. At the time to pass disinformation to them. She heard that it was thanks to visits like that that the Germans actually thought the D Day landings were going to take place in Calais on Norway and bought troops valuable time and went on to help Britain win the war we've had in the past reports about how the Queen Maeve played a role in that strategy herself but as she gave nothing away Really just acknowledging this extraordinary story without hint of what she may have nine but it was really interesting visit. I think really important to see the Queen meet staff and praise officers at visit like this. She was at the headquarters at Thames House in central London and after taking a tour of the Agencies Private Museum. She sheds some remarks on just how important it was to have a British intelligence officials on the front line helping us and partnering countries take on all with terrorism. Take my visit our gingy. The time this work keep increase. I'm always struck by the remarkable with which you carry Ovalles of the world. Continue to significant stretch in tatters my visage. I haven't been impressed by the way that you have adapted to the changing switch to our nation responding to the threats to the Nazis or the coal domestic terrorism all sides. You have always demonstrate commitment. Rake number defending because of the nature of it. Tissue Without Company's mission com now off the back of the Duchess of Cambridge is very successful. Five big question survey wrapped up last week. We spoke about on the last episode. Do Check it out. If you haven't heard that yet she moved on this week to pay tribute to the nation's parents who are helping the next generation of Olympic Heroes. Prepare for their roles. She spoke about the nutritious laundry services psychologists and financiers. Who of course are actually the parents who are helping athletes or Britain's most talented young athletes prepare for the future? She said you may not always feel appreciated or sometimes even noticed on the sidelines. Whether you're in the parking lot of sitting high in the stands but she said I'm so proud that sport say which was the charity. She was there with recognizes. How key overall is and they understand. The challenges worries that you face. She went on. Say that as a parent she understands and has a huge admiration for those parents. And there's just how complex and time consuming that role is we also saw the Duchess tryouts. Some of the Olympic events. A self jumping into the starting blocks of an indoor track stadium which is where the engagement took place and also try a little bit of taekwondo. If you haven't seen the video and it is somewhere my twitter feed. It's also on the good morning. America through its effete as well of cates showing off her right hand hook with one of the taekwondo. Instructors quite impressive She spent a Lotta time with Tokyo. Paralympics hopeful INVA- coca an eighteen year old girl who was getting ready for Tokyo right now and that was one of the students that she raised gainst his comments afterwards where she was. Not Bad for a rookie is great. I think the duchess sort of really in a confident form. I think we've seen a brand new sort of Duchess of Cambridge two point. Oh in the last few months she really seems to be relishing the role now and really sort of going from strength to strengthen it makes it really exciting. Obviously you know on the royal be we do get very caught up in what's going on behind palace walls and of course we're all fascinated in that but it is also great when the work itself is interesting and that becomes the talking point and I think this engagement really sort of spoke to that and of course the recent engagements we've seen from caters well during the podcast as well which still riding high in the podcast chats here in the U. K. And across the world I believe and it was also a week of work for Prince. William who was in Nottingham share to help speak about the importance of providing opportunities for young people in the world of business in the U. K. We saw him jump into a giant paving truck to help lay down a new surface for road or something was it was unusual. But I think it's great to see William Willing to sort of get. Get his hands dirty and involved it was. I think with these sorts of engagements. It is sometimes harder to sell the story so to speak and I think takes a member of the royal family to actually be willing to really get involved and provide a visual moments and before these engagements happen. A lot of thought goes into that. There's usually some kind of reconnaissance trip before hand where members of their team will go in sort of check-outs the surroundings and meet people who are involved and they'll create a really precise itinerary for those engagements. They usually sort of an hour or so in length that sort of the standard and as always thought in the goes into how this will look on camera and what photos can be taken. So when you see someone like the Cambridge putting on his fluorescent gear in his heart high jumping onto the paving truck. A lot of thought would have got into that and of course. That was the picture that made everywhere after the engagement. Now as I mentioned at the start of the show I am sitting here. Just drying off after standing outs in the rain for quite some time at Abbey Road Studios in North West London which Prince Harry joined Jon. Bon Jovi in the recording booth to help record rerecord a new charity single for the INVICTUS Games This is a project came around house of share lock Sometimes these projects months in the making and Jon Bon Jovi said today that it was actually he came up with the idea. He reached out to Harry via letter and said that I have a single ready to go and I think it would be really great for the INVICTUS Games. Of course he himself comes from the military family. He does a lot of work with military veterans and so it was a natural fit and today was the first time that we saw them together. Harry showed up for the morning. Visits at the studio's really ready to go. You know this is the second time that I'd seen Harry this week. I'd say that he seems happy to be back at work and doing what matters team the most. I think the last how many weeks has really been about this. Move to transition out solve their roles senior member of the royal family as working royals and of course he's now here for finally engagements before that does come to an end on March thirty first but of course it's always good. I think just sort of bring it back to what it is all about and of course invictus. Games is really one of Harry's legacies the Games of course in May at The Hague this year will see Harry and Meghan side by side. The Palace of confirmed that so. We'll see him sort of take part in engagements leading up to that. This engagement today was to re record a single unbroken which was recorded by Jon. Bon Jovi and his band for then you album. That comes out later this year but a wanted to record a special version of the single with the INVICTUS Games choir to release for the Games later in March and all proceeds of that whether you're streaming it buying on I tunes will go towards the INVICTUS Games because of course it is very expensive to put on a Maecha Olympic style events. Every couple of years. We know we've heard in the possum Haringey just how hard it is to sort of. Get it off the ground every year. This is something that Harry's being really involved since day one since its inception owned by going to the first ever invictus games in London several years ago and it was in the copper box arena. That was built full. The Olympics the twenty twelve Olympics and it was small it was small and it was rough around the edges and it has really grown to become a really sophisticated sporting events it was actually the warrior games that inspired him to stop the INVICTUS Games and I was with Harry for the Warrior Games in Colorado must have been back in twenty eleven and that was really when the seed was planted for this event now nine years later. It's become one of the most hawks about events certainly in the military well but it is also on the world stage as a major sporting events and I think a lot of credit that he needs to take should take from that he doesn't like to but also everyone that is involved in that and we saw lots of those people at today's engagement. Both of them seem really relaxed around each other. We also got to see and Sussex World posted on instagram. A little teaser. If this Harry in the recording booth with Jon Bon Jovi himself. I asked John Bon Jovi. How Harry's voice measures up and we'll get to that in a second but before we do. I just want to talk a little bit more about the engagement. This one was very different to the one we had earlier in the week. And I'll get to that shortly. That travels east working summit. That was much more of a closed. Event was very few people allowed in. They really sort of kept a quiet quiet. On the media front it was myself and a few others whereas they swoon. Wolves the I guess what we used to with Orleans engagements a lot of photographers outside the venue. A lot of TV cameras and all of the British meteor as well. And you know this is now part of the sort of run of royal. Offense will take place between now and the end of the month. He has a short break before. Megan joins him on March the faith from Canada. She still over there right now. he will take on a number of meetings. There are still things to tie up within the palace well for this new period that they're about to enter. We'll talk a little bit about that shortly but mentioned this starts at the show we spoke with Bon Jovi. Hear about's his partnership with Prince Harry and how this came about. Take a listen. It was great. You know there's been a lot of planning From the time that I'd written the song back last summer and recorded it for very small documentary in America. I had on a parallel course. The idea that I'd bring it here as a gift to the people that you have given me so much for the last nearly four decades now and and so I sent a letter to Harry with the song before it was released and he thought it was a great idea. So then to see great ideas. Come to fruition. Pray and Harry love when you're in a little bit a little bit. And and more importantly watching him with the soldiers with the other men and women who had served in that connection began or the the same connection even if it was a new friend. That was more interesting to me. Because I had never served remember I was just the fictional narrator in the song once I turned it over and they sang the song and the soldier saying choir saying that's when it came to life from me. We had janke Honing Harry night as Prince even any taxes. Now how appleseed? Today I mean he's fabulous like I'd said he's here with his brothers and sisters in for something that he cared very deeply about and I was lucky enough to deliver the the conduit to bring us all together whistles and great data tarn in the in the pound baby yet does he have chump. He does. I'm telling you the guy can sing. So you're going to have to wait and see for yourselves. They think they want to do in. The World said all I can say is that you know none of us in America especially know what it's like to walk in their shoes but our admiration for his family whether it's his brothers fathers grandparents is deep. And so you know I. I don't know what it's to walk in their shoes and I just think the world of them in the same just want to give them a hug. Single greatest singles ready to go out acquired did an amazing job. They're going to be a rock van onto a very suitable for the final. Sigui are all excited. I think we're all very excited about our. My Hope is that the other twenty countries represented in the Games will take the song and make it there and the messaging that these men and women who have served Should be celebrated compounded by the fact that if they had gone through anything that this is helping them heal his Michael as I mentioned unbroken out later in March is a powerful song. He has a really close affinity with the military as both of his parents served in the US. Marine cause and this single itself really is about shining a spotlight on veterans living with post traumatic stress disorder and honoring this service unbroken. The title speaks for itself. We saw a little teaser. Before today's engagements are on the Sussex Account. We saw that photo compensation tax conversation between Harry and Jon. Bon Jovi on that instagram feed. It'd be giving some backing vocals on this special recording. We haven't heard the final take yet. I did ask Jon. Bon Jovi how sounding he said it was great. We'll see if Harry mates makes. The COP is revealed later on next week and be sure to stick with us for I listen. Hopefully let's take a quick break. We'll Harry wasted no time getting back to work as you can see after returning to the U K. He did fly in from Canada and almost immediately was on a train up to Edinburgh the night before a working summit with his new travel initiative travel list now the launch from that was last summer. You may remember me talking about that on a previous episode the show but this particular engagement was to bring together people from the world of Tourism and leisure at one hundred hundred fifty or so people to the Edinburgh International Conference Center to hold a series of workshops and discussions to help travel list create a new scoring system that will allow consumers. The likes if you and I to be able to really see how environmentally friendly a trip or a activity or a tourism excursion. Maybe before we book. It's travelers has partnered with the likes of booking dot com tripadvisor skyscraper owner visa. Another big heavyweights from the world of travel to create a universal scoring system. That basically will allow us to without much thought. See how much impact particular trip may have and it's not just about the carbon footprint of flights it goes really to write into communities as well so we're talking about whether communities are actually receiving much money back from the benefits of tourism in areas. And Harry himself. He's traveled extensively particularly within developing nations is frequent trips to Botswana or actually. What inspired him to really start thinking about this travelers initiative. There was a statistic that was shared with me by one of his aides. That's I think from about ten or so years ago so it may have been updated since then but I think around five dollars of every one hundred dollars made in communities in developing nations from tourism. Goes back into that community? And so it shows this massive unbalance. And so how he wanted to be able to add a bit of transparency to this so people when they are exploring the well actually know the impact. They're having along the way. I think they're being a little bit of misunderstanding. When this was first announced that this was almost harry preaching to people not to travel anymore and in fact. This is quite the opposite. This is to encourage people to explore the world explore the cities they live in the countries live in all further afield but to do it with mindfulness. And that's what's so impressive about this travel listed initiative and why is picking up steam so quickly because it does make sense. Recent survey. Show that about seventy percent of traveling consumers would like to know more about the impact. They're having asked. They travel the world and Sky. Scanner recently added the function on their website to rank your flight results in the order of the emissions. That may come from those flights. And so this was Focused on Scotland. Scotland is a huge hub of Tories and particularly Edinburgh. Where we were. Scotland also had some struggles with tourism. Edinburgh points has not been able to keep up with the amounts of people come in and out of the SEC- particularly at different times of the year during the comedy festival. Another key point at year and they seem to have found a balanced Made sense to us as testing ground for any of the work that travelers wants to moving forward so back to Harry. Harry flew in the night before and started the morning Brighton early at the Conference Center. There was some talk that really I guess dominated the headlines of the day where Harry was introduced to the stage as Harry. No titles no. Hr H we're not used to seeing that an MC. He's a journalist and former Labor adviser here in the UK. Aisha has rica. Before bringing Harry onto the stage said that she was told not to use his title unjustified him Harry and thus was the just colmey Harry headlines born now. I think this is a significant moment for Harry. This shows that he is ready to sort of move into this new chapter full force ready to leave behind the HR ages and the pomp and the pageantry that may have gotten on his nerves. Shall we say in recent months or years but I also think that we have to sometimes remember not to overreact? I have met Harry a number of times the first time I ever met him. I remember saying to one of this. This was a good a so years ago. Yeah about eight years and I said to one of his aides. What should I call him? Because with Prince William. I've always called him Sir and that's pretty much the standard protocol and with Harry. I wanted the same but at the same time it also need how you it's quite an informal guy and I was told back then just him Harry and that's always been the case ever since and I know many people that have been told just cool him Harry and so yes. I think it is important to note that on stage. We now have this. Just call me Harry Movement but this has always been who Harry's being and it sometimes gets a little bit of context behind the headlines before we sort of breathlessly get excited about being bigger than it perhaps is so anyway onto the event itself we heard from Harry. He spoke on stage. Just about how in portions this new chapter of the travel list. Sustainable Travel Initiative is. They are about six months into thirty six months development face. Oh we're a long way off the final product but had some really winds points to make as most of you in this room already. No tourism is one of the world's largest economic sectors generating nearly nine trillion dollars globally each year representing one in ten jobs and more than ten percent of the world's GDP and it is rapidly growing. It is predicted the tourism will reach over one point eight billion travelers by twenty thirty if we do not act in large part get ahead of this inevitable surge. This massive increase will mean we see more of the world's most beautiful destinations closed or destroyed more communities becoming overwhelmed more beaches shots because of pollution and animals and wildlife driven from their natural habitats which has a huge impact on communities and reduces tourism opportunities. But we are here to find ways to make sure that that does not happen. Yeah and as Harry pointed out consumers want more clarity incredible information about how they can choose more sustainable options and of course how vital is that communities across the wells I see the meaningful benefits from Tourism Manzullo said since the announcement last summer travellers has become a major talking point within the travel industry But Harry says that you know they've still got a way to go. I think what really stood out to me about. This engagement was a just how engaged Harry is being you know had conversations with people who are involved in this and some of his new team and you know. They said that he's involved in every meeting that he is really that hands on behind the scenes every step of the way and that's always worth pointing out. We often talk about the work that Memphis with real family. Do on this show. It's nice to hear how much work actually done. Because sometimes we're under the impression that voile members of the royal family just show up cuts a ribbon and leave and back can sometimes be the case but I think there is a lot more effort that goes into these engagements than one might think that speaking of Harry's team we sold for the first time him working with some of his new known palace team impact. There was no palace presence. At this event. There was not the usual group of rural photographers. Either and instead it was a small team by Harry side including former role foundation. Press Officer James Holt and former assistant. Private Secretary had the Wong. Both of whom are now working with Harry on travel list from its office here in London and it shows how important this is to Harry. An how keen is to keep certain people around that can help. He's worked with on projects in the past that he knows that can bring parts like this to fruition what stood out to me about chaplain was how this also gives us a bit of a look. How Harry and Meghan plans to work on things? Moving forward in the statement that the couple released on their own Sussex World website. It pointed out that moving forward. They won't be launching a foundation so to speak and they went on to explain. They would be a sort of non profit entity of sorts but the description was kind of vague. I would imagine that that's on purpose at the moment because I still figuring things out but this word. The Harry's doing on travelers really shows how the couple I think. Plant work moving forward collapsing with people and companies within the private sector for their philanthropic efforts and as a source pointed out to me rather than replicating classic charitable foundations that currently exists that they may have looked at of course they look through a number of models they really plan moving forward to look at the root cause of problems and find ways to change them in game changing ways and. I think that's really interesting. We can hear a lot. More about the couple's work the days ahead. Meghan wool as I said be joining Harry very soon in London for few engagements. They have the Endeavour Awards together that is honoring military veterans for their heroic achievements. We will see a couple of Mount Batten Music Festival. We spoke about that with Victoria opposite last week and most. Interestingly we'll also see the Sussex's side by side with the Cambridge's and other senior members of the royal family including the Queen at the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on March the ninth. All eyes will be on how all of them are side by side together. There has been a lot of talk about how the family's AH getting on. Of course we have seen Harry and Meghan In the press. You know there's been a lot of talk about how the Queen hasn't allowed them to continue with certain aspects of their lives in this new chapter. They're about to work on. We've heard all kinds of reports about how things may be changing on the security fronts for the couple as well. We had from Canada this week that they will no longer supports Harry a Meghan from a security perspective beyond March thirty first zone no longer be working members of the Royal Family. And we've heard about how the queen may have made it clear to the couple that at some point. They're going to have to take on. That cost themselves now. Of course this is all speculation. This is all reports Buckingham Palace. Never comments on the record about anything to do with security and actually I should say off the record as well. That is the one sort of no go area. I am not adding anything to that conversation. Either because I think time will tell you know. At the moment they all still working members of the Royal Family and will be treated as such in March will be very long month for everyone and a busy one to so until all of that happens next episode. We will have a lot to go through. That is for sure I'm GONNA go and dry off and try and get warm because I feel like I may be coming down with something Just a cold. Don't worry and again take care guys. If you want to write into the show just use the Hashtag airport. Thank you again. Pool that tweets do them to enjoy them most of them. And thanks as always your for making the show happen. 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THE MOVIE REVIEW EXTRAVAGANZA - 06 - 24 - 2020

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THE MOVIE REVIEW EXTRAVAGANZA - 06 - 24 - 2020

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J., peg how you doing corporate Armstrong. What is that backstabber? Sixty five people watch it back. He's out here. Are D-. I'm angry Brownie! You Know I. Bet the angry. You are the more delicious she wore. Mad. Stash and Tae. Slow poke fully toss up in here, Glee! We got Terrell here recovering slacker. Gone from slacker Rehab on this all that. Geronimo here drama. How you doing random lot. Thank you still billy bones, didn't you? Geronimo Are, you say Geronimo it might not be. That was a a rare ultra rare name, and now I'm discovering all kinds of Geronimo's on really really now. The native Americans the one that you know that Mexican the Mexican. Oh, the native Americans stoves on from somebody else. We'll change. Our educate even say native American right now. No come on. Her I read somewhere that that's not. That's not proper either. I don't know what would be indigenous. Indigenous. I mean if you want to narrow it down to one word. I'll take it. Native American a lot of. A Lot, there's a lot to say. I don't know maybe not, but that's. Raised about going to African American from black to be honest with. You. Didn't you know what you don't like black? No I'd like black. Oh I do too. Thank you like when they when they made it. No, it's going to be African American from now on. Oh. What a sale! As what it means, you know what I tried to put some real knowledge out there like look all you're trying to do is tell me I'm not America. You're trying to separate me. Black is my heritage to religion. Lazy On right that down me, grow and got short into black. It's like Oh. That's nice. Yes, go with that black is good man I'm. Coming here that African Americans I. Saying all that I like when people try to do it, too. Because it gives me just enough time, tell them to shut the fuck. African, shut the fuck up sepia. Said black having done. If, you said black, you'd be home. Martin Let's see. What you look at the screen. Screaming my you turn it from black to blue. Man? Who got the same Leanne and everything? Mair. y'All call y'all call though the the manager together. The service is just not what. Your job every he'll call them manage on. It'll be me, yes. The problem sir. You Notice Limited call the manager there. Moment. Mad Somebody give me. Email it to me, but there's. And I wish I seen it before. We actually did that video because he pulled that Karen shitting. And becks backfired on him. On. About Stay Beck stabbed Oh. Oh. Let me go and tell you I was gonna be on the show today. Now Blue Man. Do look similar. But look like. I'm going to get you fired. Let me see here, folks. We're going to have here on the show today for you. Going to be having our review for Eurovision Song contests the story of Fire Saga got it right. Is that the whole title the whole title man? African Americans. Their bit. That and then. I employ to stay, but. I might have somewhat of a semi serious discussion with people out there so. If you WANNA. Stick around for that. It's another. Story to talk about not, but this is. This is the movie extravaganza I'm going to keep it to that I'm on a go ahead and play the show out and everything, and then we'll just move on because people just they just can't separation. You know people know how to walk away. Don't WanNa hear them. Stick around and say you know what I don't WanNa. Hit it soon. Now what you got to say. Yes, so if y'all WANNA stick around. Even told you what it is. You probably know about it already, but. Again nobody's done anything wrong and it's not about you guys. It's the best of my read. Today me. A little disappointed to say the least to say the least right there and think you could be disappointed anymore, but. Yeah. Yeah, and I use that lightly. Right there. I'm fucking mad is what I am, but I'll say disappointed because I, don't. I don't want to scare anybody. I want anybody go away. It'd be like Oh yeah. NEGROES might lose his mind again. What's up probably will, but some you'll need to hear me. Especially the young people are pleased to grant. The heritage I do these muppets in here man. The here. Is that Gary ICAN. I has to be. Oh! Let me see man. Let me see if I can find video where. Blue Man caused the managing I. It's in my email. Let me see if I can. I. Go on by. It's just like black African American. We're going by blue man a blue guy. His name right the PC. A. Term is for Blue Guy. Of Blue Blue Man I. Steve Me. Let me, see I'll type type in manage. You went off. I don't see. Somebody that video I have it here somewhere, but somebody soon video mary-anne mainly to put blue guy. Yeah He. Tried to pull that. Let me you'll manage this shit and he was being addicted. All, here it is. He probably office. Man's ending. Its Sit with him. Somebody put a perfectly. He's norm not to have a job. Keep one. Office! Well, he's probably with those. Were all the employees hate him? But the boss is keep him because he knows how to make money. Are Maybe, he's the boss and he's an hassle could be that. I'm on stage judging by that mustache shooter. Just an entitled Bitch that's. Just because he has a moustache, suit and tie in his attitude. Those people by Mustache. But if you had to like a business probably. That's all I'm saying. I'm fair person I think. Anybody can have a bad day. I mean he had several. fucking with grow at several. A love their relationship Oh. Yeah, you have to. Let's see here I'm moving up and he. He got oh. They got heated your man. This is like this was today. Somebody would be filming this with their phone. And Blue Guy will be out of a job. So people if you don't know Martin, We showed you how to do a proper debate. Just refused to do the proper job for it council Beluga. Check Castle Blue Guy Yeah. But. We were discussing. who was at fault for his own going dispute? Some people say some people say war between Blue Guy are blue man grover of feud. I like war. 'CAUSE! They were about to like this. This is probably why people shouldn't conceal and carry 'cause blue man with a shot grove. Okay got heated. Okay, all right if like. Like if he wasn't blue also, he called Grove the inward. He as a dark skinned blue yeah. Just serve me my food. Scares me. Here it is right here the see. Did, not tell the other customers, but they seem to get it just common sense i. Read fast. I shall come if you ring slow I guess. Now. He's shaking. He's so mad. He got pockets of the. vibrating. You see that hit sick. You can understand that. All right I've had enough I. Want to speak on manager. Oh. Blue Karen. I wanted to speak to a manager. Now I don't know what happens way before this, but I saw you came in. Grover was being. A Dick. He was being so condescending I. Don't know what you don't get about this the other customers do you know somebody say that to you? You would lose your shit. Keep in mind. This is after week after week after week of dealing with this guy. Grover has to deal with this guy every week and you don't go to. The same restaurant are fighting the same restaurant ways that unless you won't do, fuck with. He said I'm going to teach him how to serve. But yeah man. Should backfired on. I think you want to see the manager? Don't tell me what I want. I know what I want I want to see them. Get. OUT FAR NO! Fine Fine. You hit your four time four. Time. Thank you. What for you ring bad interrupt Andre while eating sour cream soul for that well actually. Russian mafia! Working with the Russian Mafia. Ruffin. Russian mafia monsters. See. That's why you don't Talk Shit you never know. was connected with true. He didn't know groper was connected with the mob. Grow looking a ghetto. Comrade tell him. See. He got on grove his last nerve, and so you've gotta give gropers. Some credit to grow said I could have had. Does motherfucker wacked a long time ago? I could at least got him hurt. Yeah, but his say Shit because. Say like you don't want to do this. He told him you don't want to do this shit. Look Man. You don't WanNa. Fuck with the people that this restaurant is the goodfellas. The muppet mobs over here man. Don't do this shit. Who tried to save this man over and over again? I think there's even episode with groves. Don't you want to eat someplace else? Are you soon? fucking with him, and now the mob is GonNa. See each. And he just wanted to tell you know. His opinion. Dal's which I recall where you're right would not be bells. He's full of it. By the way he called her stupid. that. Was your idea, right? I'm just saying. He's opinion. Which I recall, were your right D- with? The Bells. He thinks are no good. Somebody's at Grove a snitch it. Right under the bus grove, a snitch it right they in front of. You. Do this issue and. Sit Back and watch they get beat down to. I. Tell us about the of. Are No good? Bad not. Bad, Nope, good battle very good. I'm. Like what the fuck? Slit his man. Talk. fucking restaurant is. What's the lesson here. I bet you won't do that Shit no mother. Jess! Now, what's wrong with? All my look at the time. Probably going to tell his friends at the price. Stay away from this. Ya has. Beaten Agenda Bucks Tamar. Now he'll be back. You'll be with. Gotten a long term memory. The. Short term. That blue mayor is not going to be satisfied until he gets his kneecaps broke. Have kneecaps, I don't know he's young man. When. Say. The Bell's good, but where the mobster next snapped like what? Shit. And you could just hey are. We got a rate I do knee arrayed notification. I'm so sorry. We. Don't get to very often so I. Forget to put a parade notification, but tell us who rated us and I will say. Thank you probably. Unless you WANNA, call the manage. They did not recognize my raid. I'd like to speak to the manage. Okay? To the problem was who rated us. Ben Bingo Dard. Things I you say his name being got ARD okay. Ben Thank you. Thank you, thank you. Ben Ben Thank you so much. Interests of you welcome to the show everybody. We'll double toasted I'm cory call is Martin. Thomas and we have several shows here on double toasted. This is a pop culture and move. Recite Discuss a lot of things. We discuss Thomas muppets. We discuss whether grover are the blue man whereas we don't know which one is which we still have that debate right now. It's an ongoing debate. we also. Discuss social issues politics, but we also discussed move reviews like I'm going to be doing tonight. We have our movie review for Netflix's and upcoming movie eurovision. Song, contest, the story of Fire Saga. A long as long as title. By the time you get through with, don't wash movie fire. Saga would have been enough. Nah Nah man. No, no, they ain't gonNA. Let you know had to put the branding on their of Eurovision Song, a big part of of My wife found out about that today. She's like they made a movie about you. Know! They didn't know they did name Will Ferrell. About Eurovision Song contest. Believe me that's a totally different thing we'll throw made a will ferrell movie and Eurovision Song. Contest he will ferrell middle a welfare move embargo that title. Is. Ain't got none well. I mean it does but yeah. The hell. No no, no I figured she'd be all jazzed about the you're. Sitting next to meet Tomba. This is stupid. You Know I. Do. You know who will fairly. And then she didn't nationals. Pitcher, oh! Yeah Yeah Yeah I got a bunch of that today, too. We canceled dinner so you can watch the. Sorry got late. I gotTA finish watching. You seen enough. This is go now. I gotTa Watch it to the. I'm watching the documentary some smart Shit and you know I don't. I don't call my wife in watch anything. In fact, we got into an argument the other night in the. She's talking about. She was saying. What should we watch and I said well. You know you have A. Very specific taste about things. That's you. That's Nice I'm glad you weren't there. Man Everybody knows what that means. I think he's trying to say you booze. You start up. Which? Which I will come in and say I'm just saying that I'm dumb, but see that would never work because you. Instigation and somebody goes like. ooh, you know you might as well just push people to each other pro. Talk all you want. I know what that. Does is it hey. You you have. What was the word? You Used Boucher? No, that's not what you said you. Know what you said to her. You have particular taste. What was it? I says specific tastes. The when somebody says that that's a nice way going. Yeah, you like a bunch of bullshit. No no, because she does. She watches a bunch of smart things. She says she other day I came in. She's watching something about natural farming. Air To is and fuck and Turkish. Do at a desk going on that you're not talking about some shit. I'm not. But apparently it's something about the world economy and you know I'd up stupid Americans so. Yeah which I can't really argue with that, but yeah. I told you berries specific taste, which means that you just don't WanNa. Watch like the shit that I watch okay and. then. She told me she said when she you. You always put it on me when I went to I. Tell You something about yourself you put it on. You talk the. We don't do it together. We could watch movies together, but even you say you use the excuse that you have very specific. You don't WanNa Watch anything with me and I said well. I'm saying that you don't like my taste exactly well. What do you mean by your tastes I said well. What do you think I mean by my teeth? If you're talking about the stupid Serena, do superheroes Shit? Yes, I don't WanNa Watch that Shit. Like this you just fucking. See, what else in those fucking movies with explosions and Shit I? Don't WanNa Watch that? I never mind. Yeah. It doesn't break down to the you know what fuck. Let's learn about farming. Sure sure I'll let me learn Turkish turkish-occon and understand his mouth behind his desk over here. I'm died. Yeah. So, that's why I did not call her to come in and watch this movie with her. I mean with me and she was excited to yeah. She figured she would like to for the Eurovision per she gave me. The history of I mean educating. I'm glad I brought up educated my ass on Eurovision the Eurovision. Song contest told me the history of Turkey and everything wow yeah. And I actually was done. I say what you just said. Is Not that fucking movie I'm watching? All all that you say it has nothing to do with what I'm watching right? Yeah, all that studying you did on the history of it was wasted. This this whole thing, it's a backdrop. I don't it's a setting? I, don't watch him. You know watching these. Yesterday's Oh look at you. Watch an East. Yes. It is worth it and. FUCKING WOMAN'S I get every time I go home with this. Shit! No Man like the Michael. Own. No Man she. I'm tired of watching the sit with her that I pick and she just walks away. Looking at me like I'm stupid. Just looking at me like who about Mary? You, not the Smart Guy I thought you were first married you. Boil only had to educate Solo. Sweat in the whole. Boy The data honeyman was open on justice, League and I. Put My hand I'm nuts and everything. Fits me another bowl. It's probably Batman with. Go. Very. Tomorrow the day I was getting fan so I said yes Martin. I come home and I watch. I'm watching the French new wave. Movies I'm watching the films of Asia look good on. You know the real cinema. I'm watching this shit because. I can watch them nails when I got. I got a seem like. I'm watching something. With some artistic Mary okay, now I do enjoy it, but you got that right. I'd be watching looney tunes. Seabed maybe flying around his attitude. Had to put black and white with fringe people smoking talking about how to press the. I've seen. Ludar moves and both of them at the mother the shot. What. I've seen two different two different characters at the end up. Spoiler above cowardice gets shot Oh. Okay! This is going through the whole movie wondering my life missile. Miserable in the movie. Put Him out there misery. Well I guess we'll just have to fix. Your. Essay God deca. Mattis pull the in his movie I was watching, but got me interested in. The tell me the input I just because the we don't follow nothing. Is the movie from Gianluca. Dr Got was a chick was a prostitute. And movie star side were alive is ready to Kinda. Bad and she don't have no more options. You can kicked out of her apartment and she looks up would do who just shows other ways of becoming a prostitute. and. Tell her she has. What like sixty guys over the weekend? Keep a quota. Six. Yeah. No Shit I mean I is that Real Mogi late this. Out. What do you do on Sunday night? Just walking? into. Sixty sixty somebody said. The. Check? So at the end. So she. Finally she finds looks like she finds love. She finds some dude. And by the way they should just happens. There's no connection is done at twelve chapters so all. This should is just love chapter twelve chapters whereas her is her. Just. Slices of life moments okay. So at the. Dog's life. Does life. Lou heartwarming. But they. But at the end, she finds love, but then the last chapter says. She gets sold to another pimp in so. She has to start over from the bottom. If only man so, what happens is. You see her walking dude I guess a pimp is grabs ass and takes it to these guys. And says get in the car with them. and they get to where the Gospel Alley or something, and they get out and make a transaction, so she's like. What are you doing and? He, said Hey I'm telling you these guys be your that property now, so they The, Pimps! They say he him. He's manhandling chicken. Hey, hey, hey. Money I. And they. Come out with a suitcase handed overrides right when his amid it he just pushes. Chicken gives them to the other guys, guys manhandle her and get ready to put her in the car and the guys counting. Guy Cow some money turns around and he says hey. You came up a little bit short. Man and other guys pull out a gun anyway Oh yeah, and then the guy grabs the. PIMP. Back the chicken the chicken, the movie and he's holding hone and the guy's leg. You we talked about shooting this chick and they shoot her. They shoot her and she's like Oh! She runs back to the car. Is the pimp was running again, but she goes to the to the to the driver's side door. The PIMP gets out with his gun. You think he's about shootout with these guys. He says no bitch pal shoe. SERTA stomach to. Just falls on the ground. He speeds off into camera's zooms overhead by. Fin. She's like what the fuck. Yeah. But. You know what the deal is. You think this drama shit going on. Film so just kind of straightforward that. Is kind of what the fuck does happen, you're not. My God that's so sad, this is. Fuck just. Well Yeah. I wish I remembered the name of this movie man. Mud. Look at I know. Sid Hey he the one guy who used movie pass to the. Damn. Diego. Art House Diego be looking. A? Trait that had Barreiro. That's it my life to live okay. Let me. See if I could find the trailer for this. because. He was running back to the car and the guy looked like he was about to have a shoot I just looked at her and just like Oh. No, you don't play. Don't you get in this book car so? Attend kind of like well. Who fucking? What's that? Knows like mad. At least get yo merchandise back. Patch it up and put it back out there, but not like you know what I don't need the trouble. So, did he keep the money? Yeah, he kept. Kept the money and drove off yeah man. No. Them guys and get that check he got he got shorted. She got killed. And it just like Oh is a life fucked up and feeding. Such it's. Even if I want to watch another movie by this man. Yeah. Let me see here. And the funny thing is I like it. May just like being pretentious and looking at you know. The the the bars in the city life in Paris, you know. We see here. Yet this, is it right here? And he played a fucking Sam Music. Already. You know movies to drink absinthe. Just just pondering. Shitty Dan Okay. Fuck Outta town. See! Touted cities. Go in this kind of. All Okay so every time you see like people making fun of Art House, films with people just ponderous and walking in. A really nothing's happening. This is the kind of stuff. Dacha. Sixty guys. Cute she's gorgeous. Like if you'd like what the Fuck is wrong impairs well hot chicks. Just not not that they're horny that they got to turn to prostitution. Maybe it's a very expensive city to live it. Must be expensive. You've got to sell ass six hours a day because I looked at this with us like cheese, fuck not cute but hot. Yeah, like a model. Yeah, like I want to see what the models look right right right because of the. anna-corina anna-corina yeah. Yeah. It's a look if you into. If you into mood. And this is what you want. Go to big question for me. Just they're running time. For that. Yes, less than an hour and a half, okay. I can do that. Man I want you to watch this. I want you to watch the whole time I was watching. The morning news tip. Looking me the whole. Fuck you playing right now. Got Me what. Chigwell be and say. Smoking cigarettes. We got another raid. Who read it again? What damn boy do you gotta get on? Chris Herman got got his ray game down. What we? We don't ever get rated then we twice in one day and we'll. Come in the middle of the week talking about crime prostitution. 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What the fuck is this moment on the Internet? And that moment was. People just. Going through Youtube and all of a sudden they said is that will ferrell dressed up a gate door? Playing keyboards with Rachel McAdams. Looking like a new wave eighties mall rat. And silver. Members jacking all that lit on face. Singing about a volcano man. You know. What the fuck moment reading last that law because people people just kind of lay. I of what the fuck is this? And then it quickly sale will barrel OEM weird again? Never Mind walkaway. Everybody just about look this and just say you know what he? Just like everybody else you. been quarantined. Long. God Board and just start doing some weird shit. Call Rachel McAdams to come over here and do some social stupidity with him. You. Know! Nobody thought everybody thought like just. We're wealfare obedience stupid. Like he does sometimes yeah. Nobody, start to think that maybe this is before movie. I mean what you was yeah. See we'll fairly figure for a movie. Just like oh another one of these it has been a while hasn't just came out of nowhere, so he thought it thought well I just making youtube. His? Tried to tick Tock. He tried to be Tiktok over his. Tick Tock Dose Start. Thinking about the made up Song Volcano Man. That's what this this music video from, and it's wrong. It was marketing for a movie that was coming up on Netflix. called. Eurovision Song contest story of Fire. Saga De Story. Of Fire Soggy. Richard the origin. There's many documentaries out there about fires. This is one. This is the one right here. Probably talking about whether this should have to do with anything. What is what is this is? This is going to be a whole. Isn't going to be a whole A. Whole movie looking like he's from me or something. Look looking like. You know what what what the fuck is this? well. They put a trailer in. The movie has to deal with Yes, we do have will farrell playing. European person from Iceland. He plays Lars Him in his childhood friends Grit. Then friends in Iceland who? Grew up together brought closer together with music. When he saw Abba. On European. Song contest. And it did a miracle for them secured his depression. She was a mutant made her talk he's got down. I want to do that. They realized then. That music. With them together was truly that destiny only problem. They suck. I mean not not not not bad enough to where they came. Perform at bars for somebody's. Birthday or something? Yeah, but as far as being into an international contest with the best of the best Nah Nah, fuck that has no. No, you shouldn't even be even get in. I'm sure there's a karaoke night at a bar down the street. You over there and when I say that good for a bar I'm talking about everybody's drunk and don't give. The only reason why they have a careers because they play at the only place in town to go, they live in a tiny town. People even tell so. You can be a sheldon. Anybody Fuck bitches. So what am I GONNA go? There's only one place to go, and unfortunately you were there. So yeah, I'll see you tonight. but Due to some circumstances that work in their behalf. The end up being the only band. Out of everybody that was going to represent Iceland something happened where they are the only band. That can represent the country in this international contest. Was it worth it. Does destiny really really have a musical career in store for them? Let's go ahead and take a look. At this trailer for European Song Contest, the lead the buckner here. Since we were children. We've had one dream. Winning Eurovision Song Contest. Run. Secrets we fires. Yours and so. All of Iceland we orange oh come up to. My father is ashamed. Looked into the eyes and said I am ashamed view. He said, and you might think that I'm drunk, but I am Dan Sober. Officially. That's a good man. About forty years too late. Yeah. It was like. Your parents are supposed to nurture your dreams. Not that stupid dreams. No, no, no hell, no! Shit with on me Muslim but doing all make me look stupid. fucking. Bitch fifty some years old. Still looking like got Dan Glam Rock in my in my house. Get the puck out. They did have already Hegel happen. That fucking Icelandic ship has sailed my friend. Fuck out. Fisher! Saga will be rhetoric the Iceland to Eurovision this year. I hate absolutely. Disgusting people but we have no choice. So we're in. Forty two countries. Hundreds of performers. The worldwide audience of one, hundred, eighty million. This is your vision. House you have to watch that guy. He is sex player. Dude Boise? We are do that will never be separated Michelson something about other guy. Andrew originally. Have to stay focused. We need to win. Thirty doing I just want my Ding Dong bigger than Martinez really there. Yeah I could do come across a camel. Prove to Iceland and my extremism father that my life hasn't been waste. The. Greenwich. Has. That is. That is some the best act up ever see. Should've never have to. Never wanted him. He's he's fucking dead when he comes back just like I said. Not a man who believes in abortion, but got David never wanted that motherfucking. The whole block of Phil. He's got enemies that he don't hate as much as his own son. Killed this month, book. Your boss. Three. Three We can't really romance. It's ruined the band's fleetwood. Mac Ace base seem on Garfunkel. Young forgot about. Are. Not Giving up. Tonight is our night. Don't single chance of makes me. Stop laughing. Fight you. Their lifelike Silky, fiscal marshmallow boxy go. No! Four get into telling you about the movie. I told my wife. A watched. A wash the movie. And? She said what you watch. I didn't get too far. I'll say was I'm watching Eurovision. Song contest she's like you're watching. Doodo vision all you tried to learn about me. Sixty thought was really. Talk about trying to learn more about Europe about her. She's like Oh. Did you hear something about Turkey beat and Eurovision? I'd say. Hamilton break to her that I was watching a wheelchair. Was Not being cultured at all. But I decided back and she went on to tell me about how you revision. Eurovision song contest how it's the real thing they they have it. What they're doing in the movie. Is You get all these countries who? They bring out the best talent could be somebody new. It could be somebody WHO's a superstar. The big rule is that. The country cannot vote for themselves, and they have to have an original song, so they come out has to be written specifically for this and when they do it, all the countries put their vote in for who they think is the best. Like the I like the Olympics of Pop Music Assumption Yeah the the World Cup. Yeah, you go there. You go pop music singing contest of which there are a glut of television right now. Yes, yes, there are now. They got one on a global scale radium. But you know. Watching this early on I, told Ya man. I'm I've seen Welfare Allen. Movies are like. A lot of times. I. Tell You I'm just I. I just don't Very enthusiastic when I hear that there's a new welfare movie out. Now early on with this. I'm looking at Will Ferrell. In here with his fifty year, old s still living with his dad home. Dressed like a fucking twenty year old cock rocker. Wearing makeup and shit and all kind of. Suits that a he's proud to all be trying to wear. Like all here we go. This Oh. Man, child, Shit. Again Every fucking time. NASA formula. Plan man children like whenever he needs a buck. Yeah, whatever he needs money. Just let me start tearing up. State is screaming and hollering, acting like A. A big as millie challenge person. I was a I'm I'm really fed up. With that Formula Man. and has been when way more thin lately. Especially with that Sherlock Holmes movie that he did. It's nothing. It was nothing but him screaming and yelling yeah. But, when I watched this. A notice. Something was particularly off with this movie. And you know sat back and I realize I said wait a minute. I'm not fucking annoyed. By the time we get to the fifteen minute mark in A. Twenty Minute Mark and Will Ferrell movie. I'm done. Yeah, not like I read. Her notice is gone. I mean this the same movie we see every time. Even. Ram Burgundy at one point. Just start acting stupid and knocking shit down, and everything will fail at some point is going to do that is just a given. He try one time to be a series. Act No to twice to do, and he's like you know what this just don't pay them saying Conrad. GonNa Lead Act, got damn fool an idiot. He wasn't yelling. He wasn't screaming and. As I, said man, you know the other thing is. It helped that his dad was their. Help that his dad was. They're not taking his shin. Pretty much told him time to stop. Being stupid, told this man this at his mother's grave. Gently tried to tell him your mother would be so disappointed in you. Yeah! You gotTA move out. You gotTA. Get the fuck out. Actually had me laughing. Man Is. That I wish I. Wish I could have got the scene for you that that I that you saw right here. As in him calling him an idiot dance sober. Oh, that's it went on for a long time. That an idiot you. Know not it idiot, idiot! Yes, you idiot and. Let them know that there should seek in. You should have done this again maybe thirty years ago, but Better late than never sure well, the wife was around, then probably protected him. That's right. Leave maybe. Get Good. I. Know, that's what you know the. He wasn't a lot of movies and able to be a big as dumb mentioned, and that's what gets you. That's what that's. What hits your button? That's why lights and for you. It's not enough that he's a man child when people allow him to continue to do that. That's when it gets. You know some people saying he was grandma's and I love. Yeah, he was. He was brilliant. Yes. Go back and wash those things he. He's an amazing. Comedic actor man, but. He's just found some sheeting coast on, but in this they weren't you know that's the thing about it. He wasn't acting as loud as he is and he wasn't allowed to to be that he was not an able. That's why I like the King of Staten Island. You know P, Davison. Try to act the fool. At twenty four and got his ass. Time Mommy. ME. fucking eight feet tall. You, you know I like it. When I don't my people like you know, it's manned children and women children as long as a look that don't give me the message. This is okay, yeah Like that what you think if you don't like it either. I don't like that. For for me, the fact that he was being called on, it didn't alleviate it. All that much he's still being still will ferrell going to his bag of tricks, even within that bag of tricks doing the same way when he's doing this the music video, he has these certain actions. He does these faces. He makes where he's being. Earnest but goofy. The running with the hands open was like boy just anything to get a cheap laugh. and. The thing is is that I guess the reason why I wasn't really bothering me. All that much is because. Rachel McAdams I think Rachel McAdams a came in and I'll give credit for him. Being a little bit more held back a little bit more reserved man, you know because like any immature asshole out there usually takes a woman to settle the as down, yeah. And Rachel McAdams is just such a good actress. That, I think she was actually you know unlike other either supporting characters are women characters in his movie I think she has one point. She said look. Can taking this shit hole film? I the thing about her is, she's consistent with her character she is. Now. The accents in here. Anybody. Who doesn't have Icelandic name. Accents are atrocious there embarrassing and I. Get like Hey, comedy, but I was like. Guys come on, please you put some effort into. Yeah, that aside. She was good about playing along with him, not trying to upstage him. Not trying to out crazy him, but also not trying to be the killed killjoy a girlfriend because a lot of times when they have, they have a lot of these. WHAT THE COMEDIAN! Rogan the. He's the man child who anything crazy, but it has a wife. That's always going like. Oh, I don't know. What did you done again? No, she's she's right there. She's loyal. She's with him, but she's not being goofy. No, she's what she's doing this. She's actually playing a character that has own story. And, she plays that character without having to bounce off him now since she's holding her own i. think that gave him something to work with I. Think because there are moments man with they are. I think they're really. Good together I I'm actually charmer their relationship. I think. She got him to sell his ass down a little bit. Because I think she made him act in some parts. That, he would have normally. Yeah, because you're right, because normally I think he's in a position where he feels like he has to carry everything, so it's just okay. I'm just do everything that comes to mind and be as goofy and go for every laugh possible, and they'll cut out some of them, but yeah, they have some real sweet moments together man when they actually get chosen to go to the contest. There's a scene where they are. A A romance montage or they're just going around the city. On bicycle together tandem bike in. You know looking at sites and they're giving you. The googly eyes and everything is set to this really pretty A. Piano piece. And then they get to the square where the piano player is, and I'm like okay, so how's Wilfred? Fuck this up and like when he's gone when he's he going to bump into the piano and knocked the guy over in a piano goals. Rolling down a hill into an old woman in the crowd is something you know for some Adam Sandler type comedy and. Piano player, stop playing and. Looked at the cameras link I'm done. And that was it. I was like. Oh Shit. Taking this seriously. Seriously as can comedy. Slowdown. Name doing some dumb shit. You know for a laugh, actually you know. What like I said? If this had been Adam Sandler movie, it would have. They would have got real insecure at that moment like we got to make somebody laugh. We gotta be some stupid for laugh, they let. y'All seen actually play out. What else dumps it? I was I was impressed. I really was you know I thought at this moment. I was like. I was like okay. Maybe you know maybe this. Be One of those movies as will Ferrell movies where. He's trying to Steve Try, and have the best of both worlds he'll. He'll go in and he's GonNa do it will. Ferrell does, but he realizes I have to pull back a little bit. I actually have to do all this crazy shit. I'M GONNA. Do what I do to get a laugh, but I'm GONNA have to. Be Desperate for it. And then they had the first musical number. and. He was late for the stage and appear Oh all that goofy. Should you didn't before you know? They were saving it I didn't man. You know how we started show and you say like Argh got to tell you about. I'll tell you later though that's what they did. They didn't just tell me. They came and kick me in my s and then turn around and kick me in my nuts to. Oh, you didn't know. A bit you know now. Expectations? It's such. They kicked me. Dead admires what you thought to some real shit. So stupid. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Take your shoes. Off. Movie to. Graduate Service. You there you. Go peace striving a real. Movie. Suffering dropping them, bs on you are. AS PEOPLE POSITION This. This motherfucker. Point you. Got Got. House sitting here. Like what did he watch? Feel bad to. Say All these shows and let me say this series is serious. Should I saw the disappointment of your sex? Is Worst Road, this. Mile Fuck My rape this guy. Man It got to a point here where they did their first musical number, he started. He started dud stuff in a paper socks in his crutch. Like Oh, here we go! Here we go. Looking at him like we really doing this, she's like like me should. I thought we had some real shit? Should we just had? We had a real sea. Don't please don't do. You don't have to do this, we all. Off? She fuck out, try. Try Got. Together a promise people. Remain you start stopping. Things done Dick in. He's he's behind schedule. He's running around scrambling everywhere. and. US It. Here comes hijinks. Bride. took. Knew it. New Got Damn I knew. Knew he was gonNA. Come in and do this. Moment that fool fell. The moment is motherfucker fail. He brought the whole movie. As I. Have a moment to say you know what? I love the game the benefit of the doubt. I thought he was gonNA. Hold together and he just had to at the moment I saw that set i, so he's GonNa walk in and see their shit. He's GonNa. Be Like I can't resist. I got to have some shit for laugh. I gotTA admit. I was a little bit surprised by this Because like you I thought. All Right? This has been goofy and kind of what I expect you know. It's low hanging fruit, but Could have been worse and it seemed like they were actually going for something, and then yet gets here. I was like Oh oh, they are going to do this. Okay all right well. I should have no. Now I'm not gonna say that he completely ruined the movie. But I be damn. He put in an effort. If he feeding put in a gun Ho effort to try. A. War Say. Fortunately that was me when I started like Oh shit. The fuck was thinking. I love, Pierce Brosnan and this. It's not nearly enough of him. He's he's all in here a great intro. And that was a moment they they got back to him. Pull that always do oh, yeah, he's in yeah. But man now. I must say this. Fortunately it takes a while for to really ramp up to the to the weakest parts to that. Really they really really dumb shit. Because there are. People come in. To kind of distract will ferrell from going ultimate will in here. You got a supporting characters who come in like Dan Stephen Dan Stevens. WHO's the the the Russian superstar saying Alexander Limb Tov. Who I have to say man. He did made me laugh with his ambiguous sexuality. Sure there were certain things and you hear that I laughed out loud from with Dan Stevens Dan. Stevens has great anyway. Now, what the net showing you! Is that those backup dances back there. Came right out his ass. Them coming out to cheeks, but I don't know where else they came from. There was one dude just dropped from his nuts. Did you see that? Up to. The reason why let. See what I just think. Where these where these are these the? Dues come from well. Throughout this movie with this contest, they have so many people who really are real. Eurovision singers, yes. His care does I wonder if he's like inspired or based on somebody whose real. WHO. Because they, just because just how? How strange it is I was like there's probably a real Russian singer like that it pro. You know what my wife was telling me that. The festival are the contest is no now is a big thing. Oh, yeah, so that's why you see him like being his you don't is sexuality. He's always throwing you off, but there was a part I'm not lying y'all's apart where he opened up his legs like. Do just came out. Your. fucking. Kind of fucking black witchcraft is this. A new. It was like do like he just came out and did this new budget like four guys came up from behind him lewd up. Like they were. Before the Music Star, they were in the middle of a human centipede. Yeah, exactly. Like they will all the just a slap at his ass. On Cue, I have seen what kind of gay magic. But. That's the one that got me the do. That fell from his balls. It just came to was the camera. Like God, Damn that made me laugh so hard man because it was because it was unexpected, sure when the movie was weird in its own way. I was like you know, don't you? Don't have to be wearing his obnoxious yelling conaway. Weighed little stuff like that surreal stuff, aunt. I'm sorry. Did you look at the marquee before you came in? WHO has top billing? Yes, I did, and that's why. I deserve every bit of fucking pain and shame that I got coming towards me right now. Know. Listen what things here that I really wasn't impressed with. That's why I kept getting. Kinda pissed off that they had to keep getting stupid with this because. Looking at numbers in here like the the. The dance numbers in here the musical numbers let's they have some good production behind Oh yeah. The musical numbers in here. Actually pretty impressive. The move has got some good production behind it. I was really impressed with that man. Except for news came out, they have they have so many black background characters here that don't say shit except when they had to put some soul in the movie. There's a scene in Iceland north. They got Negro therefore anyways like. You come from England. Maybe you would know because he didn't say a fucking word. They saying he was talking about the the Icelandic board. It was like a black dude in Iceland on the board. With what is this? Yeah, man? Yeah, you're right. He didn't say a word. It's almost like he just kind of wandered onto the set, but hipster glasses and hope they wouldn't notice yeah. Like, seriously like one, the white people must have got sick and they brought one the grips on. Because that Negro behind, don't say Shit. Air about every white person at the table got lease. At least they had. At least you get to hear them. Say. Nothing when he opened up his modeling. Did. Like, but they brought Bonita some soul. Yeah, they brought the. Demon at one guy they had. They had a musical Medellin here. Yeah, Oh, yeah, which was actually kind of cool. It was Corny is kind of stupid because. Band out of nowhere. It's kind cool, except not because it's totally ripped out a pitch perfect pull. It is completely ripped out pitch perfect. I was like God. Damn I mean I guess him in Elizabeth. What's the name? Banks banks are friends because if not. If I was pissed. You be met. Yeah, they do a whole medley. And it's almost like it is ripped off from. Eighty using current musical. Yeah, yeah! They. Use An. Established music had this medley with them going back and forth. unrehearsed. Out, and they have one I wish I could have got this scene. So I wish I could have found this somewhere. They have got the. Eurovision. Stars are coming out and saying, and they have one girl going down the steps, and she starts singing Initi- passes one black dude who's just looking at it and she looked she looked. Sanguine saying, we'll. Do. That brother walk up quick because he was, he was kind of tips you. Maybe looking labeled. because. He saw. Kid. But they brought out on. In in the contest. Had All these people coming out doing some really good numbers? And they brought them the the black people out in need it. The most stereotypical shade number they brought them out and these fools ladies were actually going to get. My homeboys mahomed boys off the streets like God. Damn this now. This eighties anti-drug commercial rates. As it exactly because you look at it, you say the black people I'm like I. Think some of them might be black, but. Yes. That's like like up with people wraps you. Can actually use. The League's going to get my homeboys homeboy. Homeboy! They might as well come on I'm black in St I'm back in street. It's like we didn't come to win. We have a message. Dan. And the reason why they do this is because Eurovision is kind of a little bit. Little Racist. I Miss Europe. France came out with some with they came out and representing for them was a band that was like I think it was five people in former black and Francis like all. This is a this reputation. This, this is who you have repeated does all. People. Like. What's wrong with it? Really. Like Oh, you mean real okay gotcha yeah. My friend. But Yeah Matt Tell. You who? Tell you a wasn't pressed by. If I got this person? Right that that is Levada right, yeah. That was an acting in there. Right, yeah! Yeah Yeah, now that she was good reasons for it have to be good. She's to have our own show. NICKELODEON DIZZY I didn't know that Oh yeah before you knew as Demi Levato. She was She was on Samba cash. She had her own show. Okay, it's kind of a big deal Nah. Nah. She went on too much, but like characters spread good I mean. All that much. I'm just trying to be nice okay. I'll tell you what the real problem. She has a way of singing. It's more of a screech, but. Personal Preference Myself. I'll tell you what I'm GonNa. Tell you what the real problem is besides the obvious of what we've just said. It's not enough here to feel two hours. It's just two hours in three minutes. Ain't enough to fill two hours. It's it's really not you know there's a there's a romance plot and there's a contest plot and there's a there's a sinister plot in all. That is still not enough to ours. Honestly because they had one of the characters from the one of the actors whose on what we do in the shadows. And at times some of the jokes ause like Some of this would be like maybe the rejected jokes, but stuff from from what we do in shadows, which has twenty two minutes show and watches. I was like you know if you kept this down to. Twenty thirty minutes. It'd be fine. Man Okay say an hour hour and a half sure. feature-length hour and a half, but two hours is way too much I'll give them an hour. I'll give you an hour in fifteen minutes. Yeah, if I if I give you a hour and a half I'm asking for Change I. Don't need to be here for this law. Being long in as much as you want to show showcase eurovision since that's what you claim your movies about, even though it's. Sort of not, but hey, eurovision is the thing that most people in America don't know so if you're going to bring this over here, you Kinda got to explain it and give you the bull like. A refresher on on what why? This is a big deal. The X. Get people interested I mean to me is a bunch of Pop music that all starts to sound like after a while, but I get it. There's a, but but with the stuff they decide to go on and on about. As I man. Can we please? Is this trip necessary? Yeah, there's a I'll tell you what was going on with this man. Is that they. Like this shit right here, look! They don't have enough to fill two hours right? Then got enough to fill an hour and a half. Tell you our fifteen minutes. I'll give you our twenty if you really want to show another doing something because you're production is nice, but. What do you do? You don't have enough time to fill two hours. You fill the rest of it in wills. Will Ferrell in his stick, yeah! Him Yelling for laugh instead of telling the joke like this right here, there's a scene where there's a giant hamster wheel. Why the fuck would anybody WANNA put a stupid prop like that. In their set for international. Music contest why because at some point? He's going to do some dumb with it because but why so this ship can become unhinged. Enroll out the stage so he can do. Some bumbling Will Ferrell Shit. It cannot pick off. Some was like the hamster wheel thing, and and what they did with the wings and the costume. Come from a poor village. How do they afford those elaborate costumes conscious provided for? That's what they say the contest. They do their sets and everything. Okay, yeah. I, ain't it? Don't make me defend. Don't do this. Don't do this man. Don't make me set opinion to finish like come on. Get to the contest, they would ever you want someone I mean I. Don't blame you because it would be some done like he would do, but he probably asked him dude issue. But yeah, so he can just cause chaos. Humor, it's like. Let me break this. So this can fall off in can cause some chaos because that is the thing with will frail. Now like I said I'm not. Don't think I'm centipede just trying to hate Wilfred I I actually like we'll affair I think. Is Very funny because. He's Hilarious and I've seen and be a great actor, too. But. His whole thing is. His brand comedy today is yelling. And, that becomes a running joke to the movie him yelling at things. There's a point in the movie wear. A running joke with with American tourists. Yeah. and. He's yelling cliches at them. They're not funny. You know he's going to the regular the starbucks. In a bunch of Shit, I can't remember you know that that forgettable. There's a Lotta stuff with him where it's. You know if you do that once it's funny, but if you keep doing it, it makes the first thing that funny anymore but Martin if he keeps doing it, it's not funny, but the loud. He says it the. Know. What it does, give me it makes me. Shut the fuck out. It's does. That's his humor. As long as I keep yelling in a get louder, it gets funnier, no man. Yelling doesn't mean comedy. All the time sometimes. Implant, but It does seem he's yell at everybody. He's talking about how he's going to have sex with everybody. Got, that. Sexual over there on the camera and it's like man. I. Don't know what I don't I. Don't know if you did this. At first is start saying normally and nobody laughed so that's why you keep yelling this shit, but you don't have to do it. It doesn't make it any any funnier. There's just forty five minutes I'm I'm going to be nice to welfare this forty five in forty five minutes in the movie. It's not even his fault is just this about. There's a forty five minute lag in this movie where nothing is really happening. You know the. I mean to give an example. They have a running goes a running joke with a ghost in here. That does not lend itself to the story at all. Some jokes are predictable the moment they said I'm up. They do something here with some mystical creatures and saying but you. Go Yeah I, mean you. You might not predict exactly actually didn't but when I was like okay. This is that kind of movie. They just put it there just to stretch the shit out the film man. I I'm not hating this movie I just very frustrated with it because there are things in here that that they could have done. If. They can short. When you had that lag in a movie, you know because there are some moments of wildland. Really. Like I say this stuff with Nan. Stevens. There's some things in here. That caught me off guard. While laugh hard at it. Man, because I think I got two laughs, but neither one was by wealfare. I. I didn't Count Malacca I laughed. Like every. Twenty minutes thirty minutes. Something like this. Is Up to about four times, okay? I was laughing from fucking insanity by the end of the town. Credits are rolling stop. Stop! You done, please let me go. I gotTa Life. I've got family. You know. I don't think it's a terrible terrible film. Man I think it's just right away. It is on Netflix, but those the laughs in his movies should not be spread out like that. They should be coming one after another. You GotTa wait. If there's a if you, if if between laugh, you gotta wait and you possibly checking your phone then. adding. Successful comedy in the me as just it's passable at best. In a with this. I guess obscene movies that I've seen good movies I've been seeing a lot of movies today. There are ninety minutes long. Yeah, or less are less innate. Say what they gotta say. And, they're good this this ain't saying nothing. Is Another Welfare wealfare formula film where they happened to have some nice productions in a in a high concept. In. They don't eat that ninety minutes like I. Says Give Them Seventy Five minutes until like these people stayed. You get this much time to get the fuck out. That's all you need man. It really suffered hard from net does being way too long. I give it a rental. I mean it's like I, said you probably watch it, but be prepared to like. Start getting distracted. Take a break. Go get some the and why you'll get something. Eat. No, put it on. Pause because you, won't you. Miss then. I think about the thing you said. Were you said this movie had nothing to say? And that's what I felt the whole time. Because you watch a movie you go like. What's really the point of this? Because the whole idea like? Let's make fun of of people from Iceland. Well nobody's talking about them. That's not like any kind of target that people like yeah. Finally give it to those. Those Fox is like all right. You got these weird accent. I'm not sure why you chose us, and you're doing it, but. Yeah. I'll I'll go with it. Oh? No, no, it's the! It's all about the Eurovision contest well. Are you making fun of showcasing it? 'cause you sorta half ass doing both but not really and as far as comedy goes. Like say if you if you like if you like Will Ferrell if somebody, who still may I love me. Some will Farrell movies. Will have you seen one. You've already seen this like the jokes. Aren't anything new? They only thing that's really new. Here is Rachel. McAdams. It's her holding her own and making this better than it might have been. Otherwise you get to see like. Oh, she's. She's got some talent for this. Not necessarily like hey, let's give her her own comedy movie, but she's good at playing a comedians. Side, Gig or A partner. But yeah. A- At a two hour running time it. It wears his welcome out way way before that and just keep going offering you nothing new, and you can pretty much predict how it's going to go the only thing actually the one thing I found funny was like I talked about the three plots going on the actual sinister plot like the like the guy, the villain, his motivation I thought that was hilarious. Okay, see, that's one of the big last that I had. That the bill caught me off guard in we. The way just became so. I I mean for the beginning. Yeah I can kind of figure out what he was up to, but at the end when he just like. He wouldn't to be smooth about it no more. You know what you want even. Bill just tired of this shit. He was at a will ferrell exactly he said. I'm sticking to you. Sit ups you. I mean I totally was on his side. He was trying to tell everybody like this is not going work out. We go through with them. But it's a low rental for me. Yeah, yeah, no, no, not some old Bush. No, no I I dig it some laughs and I'll give them as hard times. Maybe you just want a goofy laugh, yeah! Good luck. You might find a couple of them. Yeah, yeah! Man analysts see. Folks we're GonNa take a quick commercial break I'm going to read some emails hopefully sent. Over to us and we're going to be reading some of those. Go. PULL THEM MARK Mills. Right now and folks as I said. I'm probably GONNA end show, and then I'm going to pick it up with something else. I'm not really ending ending the show, but I'M GONNA pick a people, says spoiled spoiled with with. THEM ON. Spoil. It will fareless funny at the now you go. Down Larry! People I'll be back with a discussion in the show, but I'm just GonNa play the credits and whatnot and we're GONNA. Let the people who were here for the movie. Do their thing and then We'll We'll come back with our other discussion which is. You know we never do anything serious around here, but it's going to be serious than what we just We just deal with this movie all right folks. We will take this break and we'll be right back. After this. let's see. From Cocoa Silk. Hey Coy! Will you also be showing the Zombie Sequel on Friday night? No Hang GonNA. Be there watching Goddamn CG Zombie animals all night. From Denise Cocoa Silk. Denise let's. Let's let's listen to. Go Crazy. Let's see how we feel after zombies. Rosa moves whereas out. Get it can. You, start out funny After why the fuck him doing. See here. This is from Patricia Eight. She, said my parents and I witnessed history, but then all caps right there. Do Corean herb body August, he's an area by your body. Today, my seventy year, old dad, and sixty seven year, old, southern, born and bred parents and I witnessed history. In Charleston South Carolina I guess somebody got remarried something. She says my seventy year old, dead in 67-year-old, southern, born and bred parents. Oh okay. Maybe they were having threesomes island anyway. In Charleston South Carolina after more than twelve plus hours, the statue of John C.. Calhoun was removed to see lifted off its perch, one hundred plus feet high in the air was more than a breathtaking event. It She says Oh. It's only that high because. Over it, a hundred and twenty four year history it's been vandalized over and over again. The street it. Overseas Calhoun street is supposed to be called. Mother Emmanuel Way. On honor of the nine people killed by Dylann roof five years ago very nice, absolutely shocked, they'd even happened. I know this will not solve racism, but is one hell of a Star I looked. Solve racism people. Let's stop talking about solving racism because it's not even about racism so much as about people going to find a way to fuck with each other. Yeah, that's true. That's why till white people anybody who thinks that they're going to be in their own group. View something. To pit. Everybody else against someone else, yeah! We are tribal. Now the only way it'll be solved this some kind of fucking have some kind of evolution on minds which make makes that tribal the gene in us go go away completely that would be the thing. Yeah, other than that. That's why I tell, but let's take a bunch of racist white people. I. Say here all the time. I. Don't know why I trying to get rid of black people. Because once we're going. You'RE GONNA. Turn on each other. They'll be the blue is against the Brown. It'll be the blondes versus the for the Brunette Yeah, and wants the blue eyed blond together. They'll judge the height and weight telling Y'all man. People are gonNA. Find a way to do. Why do you think this has happened why you'd think Zuma's? This woke up data, so you know I'm GonNa Fuck with Molina's. Know. But I. Tell you what. This is what happens man. Keep telling people. People have been asking and asking and asking and asking and asking nicely. In everybody just kept saying fuck you and now people got take dish it down. People Forcing Nash Down Yeah No it's. It's back when a we used to ask smokers. Hey, you smoke that in section outside. Fuck you. Should do that. Did that a lot? I have a right to smoke. In your face. Okay well now there's a law says you can't can't do. WHO finds won't go to bars anymore. Yeah, we'll see. Our member arguing with friends boy. I love that I. Like to go to bars to drink and smoke I don't. DRINK? I love this shit. Because everybody see, here's the thing that's why we have seen this before. We even mentioned so while back. Say You know what? Everybody tries to make an act like it's. The trump people and these protesters. But all these these big gun toting protesters at they attract like is conservatives should like you. Don't take my rights away. I was like man. This city level right now with that group, but everybody is GONNA complaint. They have something taken from them because nobody was not telling these people not to smoke no. They just said Hey, look you in a place where everybody likes to go. Not Everybody smokes, so has quesion work that means that you gotTa Take Your House outside. Yeah, why I have to go outside I have a right. Yeah, but I gotta go home smelling of this in. ME. So, go outside Yup. Okay people. They'd kept putting a tried to reason with people. Had to get raw somebody one time. I said Hey look man. This is what. You know is how it is man, you know, I mean first of all. Smoking is not a healthy hab will drink and eighty. You know you drink I I said yeah, but smoking invades must space. You know I consider my mom I. Can. I can do my unhealthy habit? Right here now unless I start turnaround throwing up on you, which is not guaranteed to always happen. People who drink responsibly don't go in fucking with people say that's what's GonNa Happen. You know. If you don't like it. You can somewhere else not why you've night discriminating against me, nine taken away my right what I like this Barton. said, no, the thing is, is that you smoke? Will have to say this space together. You decide to take on that habits. You want born with cigarette and fucking hand our mouth, so you step outside well now they're trying to take away our freedom. You know what I can see going to you, so guess what I just don't like. You fucking smoke. And I'm voting against you, so fuck you. Told somebody that went. Down I'm smoking against Shit and fuck you. Yeah, there was all this well. Don't don't vote for the ordinance bars going GonNa Close. They're scared. One Bar close when the ordinance came out, and they did pull that Shit while I'm just GonNa go out anymore. No, this is just a start. The freedoms I ain't taking shit from Yo man. y'All beck and he's bar smoking and guess what. And y'all go outside and the y'all go outside the fucking. Hurricane is smoke. If you have to. That's why you that's why you. Call Nicotine addicts because you're addicted to it, no matter what we do. And the only place I had to go. Smoke was Apollo Shichao do. But I ain't got that fucking habit so I don't Hash. Go anywhere right right, but I. Yeah, but like you said I remember pleading with people being polite about it. They would be belligerent. Okay Yeah, Yup, they show you right about that should just make sure they just blow and blow the smoke in your face and act like they didn't do it all I'm sorry. I'm sorry. All right. So I'm voting against it because of that Shit right there. But. Yeah, people everybody don't like their freedoms taken away. Everybody's find some shit to complain about. That's why racing always exists crumbs. All GonNa always exists, ignorance is going to always exist until evolved to some point where we wake up one day. Be Like! Wow! That was stupid. That's going to be while. NEW TWIST SHOW IDEA ROCKSTAR TO D. says. I was watching yesterday stream and thought of the idea when billy talked about his zoom call, what about a show you guys along with us? Come together to make a script story, and at the end we role play it through zoom, skype or have cory him along with the other animators in the community. Bring to life. That was Kinda my. Foresee, this is what's going to happen. Because, it kind of happened with you and cargill where he was like you know coy doing pike has because I idea. Now realizing you had already been talking about doing that before he said something to. A He did a whole bunch of revisionist history. Look I. See him in a while. I don't even think he automobile disembodiment think he likes me too much because I said about everybody well, I mean there's a there's a there's about two or three people that I've reached out to constantly. Never heard from. Adrian Vegas. I'd reached out to another day. I, said hey man. I just want to make sure you're. You're doing okay. Are you. Are you fine with all this stuff? Going on everything I'm good man. That was it less I saw him was at one of his show that took high with me and I was telling high about these two guys who grew up together, but they never see each other and when I saw agent who say. Not The other day we had lunch or did something. When was this? It was a months ago months. Yeah! He's talking about another corey. Know If he's talking to me, he's talking about you. And, he's lying to you about me. AC Adrian in, years. Okay because he when he said it, I was like. Oh! Okay! Unless he's Mr How long have I lived in his house and my. Two Year or two years. Yes, that means probably been about three or four years. I've seen Adrian. Months all right. Let me unless we're talking about like you know the forty eight months some late. There are no no, no, no, no, no, it was in twenty nineteen. Britney handle much with me. I even went back and said hey man. I like to come see a show some time. Nothing so I, just said you know I mad, but I just like. I give up. Oh! Oh. I take back! It was. It was a year ago it because it was a because, his show is star wars themed, so it was like a whole. May The force be with? May the fourth be with? You is being you're. GonNa explain years in. Zone mass for capacity. Yet those BS NIMMO'S IN JCP DOT com when days. When you look the NIMMO's ago go. See. What he does. Not Monitors in fiscal bonus. thunderclap using comprehensive quarantine. You can use the base Jason. All right. I'm just telling you what he said. He said Y'all y'all got together and I was like Oh and I felt stupid because I was telling high about. Don't get together, and then he was like no, no me Corey. Wasn't high. That said we went to most. Know. Adrian just crazy. Like, he's like he's having lunch with a Phantom, is I? I don't know I mean. I took him at his word brother I seen him this I got this house. I last I my son was at the the and and it was probably. Have, you talked. We talked. It was probably like around I'll tell you when we talked. We talked like around twenty, twenty, fourteen, twenty, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen and. Even spoke to each unless we saw each other in the airport is a high. Now you know I. Increase No I, know you. Try I go forget a lunch. Forget some things but. Remember I going to get a whole lunch west? That would another person I see in the. Either there's some mix up here I'm willing to say. that. There's probably mixed pin misheard something because of the other option outside of that is the mother for the. Okay, he's crazy, misheard, then I'll I'll leave it at that. I've seen this man that's why hit him up because I tried to say yeah. Been Awhile how you doing Ed. Want to make sure you're okay. Okay, so hey may I I want to see your show some time. Let me know. In quickest heard nothing so yeah. CARGILL I don't know I'm bite into the wedding and he couldn't make an us and I think I did something one time. Hang out. It's nothing Oh, in party, and in here backsaw, said all right, you know and maybe. Could have been track he could have been he couldn't travel. Because we! Get along well. Maybe some chicane bag maybe thought. Now wait a minute fucked it. No. Because Because Edna Fuck. Used to hate my. One Time I'd Dad. You hate me that bad because I remember. I said Man I was in a car wreck today. Is totally. because. Well I guess. If I died, it would've been hilarious. That he did about three things to me, that was just a straight up God damn lie. A two of one was. One was. We got we went to spill a told you guys. They hired me on contract I mean. They hired me A. full-time, you guys contracts so I, said I think it might be safe if you do not use your real name, right? Because I, don't want a mix up with them. Taking your identity in case, things kind of go crazy around here. But I. Got Back to me I saw him tell somebody. Yeah, he just gave extra names engaged. Himself is real name, so everybody knows him honestly last night. That's not how I happen I didn't do that. And then Angela That you call it a Edis Angela bettis. Who at one time I was friends with because I see her I would see at A. The Bar all the time talk and. FOUND OUT LIKE A. Zombie himself because I. I saw a movie one where she was cut up or something it was. She's like a doll, woman or something right right right right I forget. But I'm talking about. But. Yeah I remember like the movie even told her like the mood. That didn't interview with the. and. He came back and tell them you say well. You know I'm friends. We're not told her that. You didn't like how movie in next time when we interview our. Go ahead and do it because I like what you did I. I said nothing like that as this review, our dear. What you do to me! You hate me this much. When we get along with now. Yeah, yeah, I'm just illustrate. How like back the day like man? You know we? We get on this show and arguing. And now man we did not. We did not get along. Yeah, no, you guys would argue the same point. But, he just had to argue with each other. Yeah, yeah, no! It was like then I know he and I know He. He hated my s, and that's why even told us it. May You got? I, just find it. You got a lot of promise and things going on. Yeah, he was super angry. During those times yeah, and I just said man. You got a lot of things going I'm telling you this. All Bullshit aside as a friend man. You got a lot of things going on. You don't want to. Lend, you go here because. This is not really taking. This is taking advantage of you. Talisman I said you've got a lot and he to start writing scripts. I even told a net when we still hanging out, said man I always thought you were an amazing. An. Amazing, In smart and talented person man. I said I know you right all the time and everything I don't i. don't all this shit around you. Be Angry about this is petty shit man you need to. Go somewhere and do some. Conditioning time to be honest with you. I mean because you feel like you're not getting anything out of it. We're Argan all the time I said man. I'm I'm I'm telling you go not as a firing anything because I. don't even think this. Worth Randy like a job. You're fired is like go somewhere and be better man. And he did what he needed. A! You know I'm very happy to see him doing well, and I'm very happy. We got the all that bullshit because ain't it ain't him. I mean we both young and stupid. You know what I'm saying. Oh, yeah, we all. We all worry man. Yeah you know, we wanted more lakes before you. You to. Say! Not. ME. Man. Somebody say you paranoid as fuck I can be I can be paranoid man, you know. Because sometimes I mean look that has been. I! I. I've had to find a lot of shit on the side about things you know about stuff that's going on like. where I thought, I was with somebody and I just found out later. That person said you complete pieces in the like okay. So I when I don't hear from somebody like well. I'd even though do I think that they're talking about like. He had said something did something wrong. You know that's all it's not. Like you know. Like make you wonder yet? Just like I'd I hope I didn't offend somebody. That saw. Metaphysics thank you for the the Serbs Hey, look guys. I tell you I'm gonNA. Go ahead and. 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Yeah, so you, your boy, Mel Gibson, said Go Line I. Say that of course is what you say. Being. Put before he's been like. Yeah, what about it? But another hand with Nana right is crazy I know. I don't know who to believe. Exactly. Yeah. Like I said Man I. I. Don't look anyone these messy people on all these people don't don't care for meet these people, but I'm just telling you I'm not trying to be like I knew something new. You Know I. Know Man I. Our first hand in any one of those things I heard from a friend now I. Don't trust that Kinda Shit but this person had inexperienced known around it, and it was not normal well. The ship has been documented. that. You're KLEPTOMANIAC okay. Yeah, yeah, okay. I had a friend at a store and he he was like. Yes, you came in. We had to kick one owner. Right out collect. Tell me he's like man. You're not gonNA believe this man. I'm not GonNa say what the stories. I WANNA bring attention. To the store like that, but. My friend we were just drinking one and he's like craze they have. He said I had to. We had to kick Nana. Ride out the store except for what he said, Sheba's shoplifted. US It's up as a man. You know. She is no for KLEPTOMANIAC. She steals all the time. Because that's why she stealing. And I said Yeah Man. That's what she does. Apparently so yeah, he's and. Andrew. Not. Not, not not Andrew, an eye underworld known stop stealing about yeah. Andrew who is a graphic artist now? Oh Oh. That's right. We know a bunch of Angelino. Know a lot of Andrews. Yeah, no, these Andrews, a graphic artist lives and I think he lives in. I think Dallas, but for them in another state, but you kinda like. He like he was baffled. Four. fucking stealing why? She going to ask for a and they say she when she got caught. It was Oh, what a discussion like! Sorry Kathy makes it yeah, just. Okay. Don't ever come back again. Can you imagine tell them? What notoriety like don't don't come back again shoplifted. Can you sign this? Stolen merchandise. Hey. This is I. bought that stuff, so you can have it. Yeah, that was that was crazy man because I'd hurt those stories about her doing that and then for this guy. Now you know those stories like yeah, we caught a steeler. Like yeah, man that. Would there you go I? Don't know so when you see her own camera doing all this shit like yeah, she. I'll tell you she's off. Yeah, I know when we was it Franken Weenie. That the premier they had where where Martin Landau fell off the stage. But Yeah I remember. Walking down the hall and I look up and see her. And Gas. She just had crazy is. I just barely got like the second arc. We made eye contact or bodyguard just grabbed me push me. Yes I'm just trying to make fun of anybody's mental illness. If she has apparently, she has one of. She's a KLEPTOMANIAC shirts neurosis. Yeah, but. There's a like. It's hard to trust who worries. May Like I look I? Would love to believe that Mel. Gibson fucked up shit late this sure, but I don't know exactly I. I can't say that you can trust known a ride a man. Notarized is off. Is kind of? Bringing this up now. And a male gives them going to be good because all you gotta do, is this. Man that bit craze. Believe me. And people like well. Shit is crazy, call and crazy. Jam It's. Both, looking at both, Both look crazy. Look at. Care them for me. Yes, Master! Yeah. He was like somebody who was Shanghai. You on his pirate ship. And you would know you a fun. Using mid Wolfman transformation. Man They both the craziest the WHO knows. Knows I wouldn't believe in. I really before I've called. Believe me I WANNA call mill all kinds of things, but before I say something I'd have to have some free thing. I like. This? Have Been. Julia, Roberts is on. AM. All right folks. Therapy yeah doesn't necessarily but talk to Derby but. This is why I say this for after the movie park. I couldn't go by today without seeing something something about this story that I saw today. Because it pretty much just tells you that. At this point all these trump rallies that are happening all what he's doing right now. He is desperate and he has gone just full force embracing racism man. Look. If you were smart. Are If. You're somebody who wasn't racist and you noticed it. Yeah, but you know a Lotta. People read where they were really ready to argue about that now there's there is no argument yeah. They said, get to the serious stuff all right. I got to say something about this girl. Reagan esque Oday. You know it's. Is Very telling now how most people? Love trump because they did from the very beginning hope that he would put us. Even him. Yeah, especially. In our place And we ought that's why I said man. If you somebody who this wall and you are. Special black person and you're looking at this wal boy. He's picking on the Mexicans right now. It's only a matter of time. I would hope that most black people weren't doing that. Because we always know, we can't say like their turnout. It's like it's always there was some there was some they weren't and look in might not be like. They didn't like Brown people, but they were just kind of like. Well I'm glad that he saw me. and Ain't messing with me. This you probably wondering. What is it about this chicken? If you looked at any bit of news today, she be pancakes today. You probably know what this girl did. But there was a rally in Arizona. In trump brought on this girl right here. and. Her speech is so. Ignorant. I mean dangerously. Ignorant racist and ignorant. To see trump, just embrace it at this point. Declare that there's going to be a war now. I'm declaring war against these protesters all these people who were going against American heritage. All you people tear down statues. We're not taking it from you anymore and this girl right here pretty much summed it up. For Him. Let me. See. Let me play the speech and show you what he's saying. A lot of this has to is centers on. You'll find out why if you don't know. Jemima pancakes. Ain't Jemima pancakes. pancakes syrup pancake mix anything in. Had that happened Miami on their. Ho- words were not only don't leave it alone. But you guys should be thankful. For you for your mammy for your Jimmy because. She truly represents, but people color. The American dream. What. That's a picture. was like say some groups? You made the scared. Oh what's under the lights Oh shit? That the power go out the. We've been ambushed. Goddamn. Did you notice this man we'd been hijacked? I think that bulb burned. Don't tell me that the candidate. The light went out the Strip still on. Still oversee is probably only. There we go, okay. Go. Even. Even camera. The light got so mad. Right you ain't gonNA. Stop Us. With, candle raises as light over there. What a police used to use it to interrogate. Lights says I do not agree are alright. Here's what she said. Well thank you Mr President for being here today with all of us, and for inviting me up here to tell of my experience with canceled culture. Name is Reagan Escott I graduated from Northwestern State University of Louisiana in two thousand nineteen and I started my first job at a small private insurance company and a few weeks ago. Amidst all this chaos that we're seeing with the black lives matter movement. I made a video on my instagram. And I talked about how disappointed I am in the church's reaction to the black lives matter movement now. When she's talking about Castle, cancel culture. She's been embraced by trump in Fox News and everyone a Glenn Beck because she got fired. Putting out. A believe a tweet she's. We're going to insurance agents. She'll tell you about it. She got fired and so you know everybody took this. Who on her side is saying that you know you're? You're going against our freedom of speech. You're not allowed to have her opinion. In. The job is just kind of like. We just don't want to deal with your homophobic and racist bullshit, and we know what you represent us, but of course it took an as she's having a freedom of speech suppressed. I've seen pastors call for. White congregants to kneel. And to apologize. To apologize for the skin that God gave them. And I addressed these evangelical pastors and leaders and reminded them that racism is a problem in the heart is a seven problem that cannot be resolved by any law protests. Or Mart. Will. To be resolved, but his damn, she can get shit done. Yeah I can be mitigated. It can allow that sin in your heart to not negatively affect. Other people tell that to the civil rights marches who had to go out there and not only March get. They ass up to just get. Decent to be treated humanely. As you, I mean she's just saying. Hey, we're just going to be racist. Leave US alone as we can't help it. You can't fix it, so just let it just let us do thing. These are some of the worst people man they try to bring God into a and they try to bring God into justifying validate their racism. Racism is a sin. God made us racist. If racism, the sand and you are definitely fucking sin. You're going straight to hell. Yeah Yeah because you love a big scoop racism and you should hear what she's seeing right now. And so. Of course, my leftist followers didn't appreciate this message at all. I had my name blasted all over social media and. People told me you know I'm ashamed to I've ever called you my friend. I've lost all respect for you. Home. And so. An Co worker of mine made a post on facebook about me, calling me racist and homophobic, and she listed my place of employment and called for people to call my employer and have me fired. There were death threats made to the owners. There were threats to knock down the building. Law Enforcement had to get involved and due to the crazy reaction from the leftist mob. My employer told me that they came to the conclusion that they needed to terminate my employment. Can probably tell you that wasn't from this so-called mob of people in by the way if she was getting death threats, an awesome people who've been accused of being weak I don't appreciate death threats either I. Don't think death has anything saw, but I can tell you when because fuck mob out there, probably the job, just kinda like we don't want your dumb ass working here you don't represent. Represent this company where you are a liability. Yeah, you don't represent US yeah. All these people talk about their freedoms. You don't understand at a workplace. They have is a private company. They have the right to to to fire. People based on how you as an employee represents them, and she probably supports work to right I. Mean I right to workplaces that can fire. It will yeah unless it's her. But. Here's the thing. Here's the thing. Losing my job is a small price to pay when God's name is being glorified. That's why you're the fucking trump rally, yeah! This man who gives a fuck less about life? You fucking stupid. If you think trump gives, gives a fuck at all about God that man, if he could use guy, which he is yeah for him God is a tool using God like everybody else. You fucking idiot man. And Stop using God to justify your your personal, homophobic or racist beliefs, as should pisses me off, man, you were not a person of God. If you're doing it, everybody got their own version of gun. And everybody, thank God on this. On this side. I can tell you right now. God, looking down like you know what fuck all you. Know. Keep my name out of your mouth. You know what fuck it i. Is Right now. Should I give y'all shit to work with? Just fuck enough. Always make his name known. I'll tell you. What's the fucking seeing you talking about the glory of God there with a man? Who Pretty much a? Having people commit the sin idolizing him. And I can tell you. She's doing the same thing. You got a man in the House of God, who who? Demands that people idolize him as fucking. Followers are a colt at this point. Such hypocrites man. Share share this story with you. I. Share this story with you. Because what happened to me is just a small example of something that's happening on a much larger scale in our nation. And Jemima was canceled. Says, she's fictional. All? You know the moment this. Day she said, and it's looking like she does a moment on John McCain does like this is not going to be good. I. Don't know I don't know what she's thinking right now. I'm not actually going to spin this, but I can tell you. A Mama's coming out of her fucking mouth. This is gonNA. Be Racist Man, no matter how how good her attention is. No matter how good the pancakes you go! On my house staff, sweet therapy is funny. She would spend from personal story. Let's. Go to us. Don't tell us about how dare you want to cancel a great American heat, not not at figure, but hero like Ed's a mum. And if you didn't know Nancy, green the original first aunt Jemima she was a picture of the American dream. She was afraid slave, who went on to be the face of the pancakes syrup that we love and have in our pantries today. do you fought for equality? And now the leftist mob is trying to erase her legacy. Mentioned how privileged we are a nation, if our biggest concern is a bottle of pancakes are up. You missed the concern completely. Here and mom is in the mix nobody. Really? ADDS is in the. In the equation here, but you totally missed the point. Why meanwhile y'all? Let me pull this back a little bit link. Push back a little bit talking to you this. Know Nancy Green the original first aunt Jemima. Picture of the American dream she was afraid slave, who went on to be the face of the Pancake Syrup that we love and having our pantries today. Do fought for equality and now the leftist mob is trying to erase her legacy. and. Might I mentioned how privileged we are as a nation, if our biggest concern is a bottle of pancakes are. Thoughts you push it down. She rehearsed this that closing line right thing. By biggest concern, the bottle of pancakes. ooh, that's just going to rock the house. You fucking idiot. Recently. We're seeing a call for. Statues of Jesus Christ to be. Torn down. Not Happening Yeah not not. Now I'm a little confused here. Because last week, Jesus was a social justice warrior. In this week. He's he's the face of white supremacy. Nuts it. Here that should off. and Jimmy Kimmel has been calling our president racist for years and it turns out. He's the racist. President is Jimmy Kimmel fucked up, but he ain't no racist. He might be but I. I don't know, but he hasn't shown it like. Yours is doing right now. These a racist. He's covered dash of much better than you'll stupid asses doing right now. fucking idiot. Governors that are getting away with wearing black face. That's just sliding under the radar. So I want to encourage you all. To. Give you that one. Stand firm in your beliefs. We need truth. We need hard cold facts and truth now more than we ever have before, and we are so blessed to have a president who stands on the front lines. Every day. To fight for our God given American Freedom. The slave who was instead I'll tell you a little bit while you. You trump fuck toy. You stupid ass she was. Enslaved and beaten and raped and head of family ripped from her. So, but in the end she got to be on the pancake box, so it was kind of all worth it. What did he Bush took it for the team Nancy Green. Nasr Green. They didn't even call it green. San Politics. Green would extra. Nice and race. Angel Momma pancakes Yes, American dream man, being a servitude and fucked. And taken away as a whole lot, people tell you about doesn't mean. Do not apologize to the mob and thank you president trump for never apologizing to the mob for all standing firm. For being here for the American people and for fighting for our best interest, because you are the change that we need this the in America, thank you. Consider. He'll swoop down and. Get some of that leader. The next. Jesus. Odd, man. Let me, tell you something Mantha, anybody antibody about to get real serious on you right now for anybody. WHO LISTEN! To this dumb bitch, right here on, give a fuck, and you'd think I'm being mean you think I should be corby be? Tackled at no fuck this bitch right here. A. There's one thing that's worse than raises the dump fucking racist. Stupid because that means not only raises, but you spreading. Hatred and ignorance you know together is a that is a very dangerous thing. It's more dangerous because she thinks she's smart. Yeah, no, FUCK THIS BITCH! Right here and I don't give a fuck if you think being sexist if you think I'm just being lazy with my language. No, because apparently what else what happens when you're nice about things that's what happens when you try to sit up in and talk like you have some sense. People listen to you if I was to sit up here and say Marty Knob I feel for this young lady, she she is very misinformed. She's very ignorant. She doesn't understand what she's saying. Perhaps just trying to communicate with her in. Her about history would help her. Grad thinks he's as dumb. No I think she's a dumb fucking bitch. Now you hear me. Because the shit that she's saying is extremely dangerous. And if you listen to this dumb shit, the net means that you're part of the problem. Let me tell you guys was wrong here. Man, but anyone who does not understand. Why? And Jemima. Angel Mamie is a problem. then either you are ignorant to the point where we can talk I. mean say that bad in a bad way, not trying to call you names ignorant and you need to be told. Why would what I'm trying to do right now? Are you just don't give a fuck and you really want people stay in their place. You don't like change to the point you don't care if people have to look at some shit that reminds them of how humanized. They were at one time. Let me fuck and explain the you what the problem is. Here is not just about Oh. WHY IS EVERYBODY WORRIED ABOUT SYRUP? Is just. Pancake Mix Jesus, Christ. You guys get all with the get over it. Let me! Let me explain the human. Priests brothers I'm going I will. The mammy! which is what engine Ngoma is? That is a mammy. I'll give a fuck if she slimmed down a perm. That it has its origins in the mammy stereotype, and that is one of the most insidious stereotypes that we have. Everybody thinks the coon and the Jacob Boo, and all those things out there. The uncle times no man. Is Up there re Mrs up there, but the thing with the mammy mammy is the one of the most insidious ones we have. Because the mammy encompasses a whole this whole image of the happy slade yeah. This whole thing of. The the the slave that was so happy that. In this case, she turned her life over to her owners. Her masters the people that she worked for often over her own family. Eager to please happy for the opportunity. As you see right here and if and if there were some in which is false, man, the the. That's why I hate this fucking movie so much. because. They're always trying to pass off this image of the Miami as being somebody that was happy to be in their position. That's why hate to. Go. Why she's not. Isn't your masterpieces masterpiece classic? But his fucked up to who showed you this before this whole thing with the Scarlett mammy. And by the way like we said this actress, a and mcdaniel couldn't even come in to the to the front of theater to get her shit. They treated her like she was a real mammy. Yes hold on. And suffocated. I won't need to buy all. Yes, I'm you? Is US BLANQUITA MUFF? Alright, what Milan away. No you ain't. You can't show you. You know all. She happened just looking after her own with every step. The sad fact with the Mammy, and the reason why this is so bad, because with this image of her trying to be happy, you know happy to serve being a Miami. was demeaning exist shore. If there was any happiness out of it was out of just ignorance are a I'm better than those people out in the field. I, getting beat currently, I'm in a better position now people out in the field. It's at best Stockholm Syndrome, YEP? That is true that is true. The Miami was asked to put. The owner, the master though the person she worked for because she. Yeah, the every every part of the family was meant to have priority over her own family I can't even show. You some shit that, but you can final line even to the point of neglecting her children. To breastfeed their kids. A. Lot of that was done because. Well that was the you know at the time that job, but all this shit was done to just also show power over somebody of slavery is like rate man. It's not always about the work is not always about a trying to get help. It's about power over people. In the sad history of Aunt Jemima, you can read about this now. This is what makes me mad about this. I told you the day almost thirty years ago. I made a video in college as to why this shit has to go. that. Uncle Beers in that cream of wheat motherfucking. All that shit has to go and ain't about. Is it going to make a difference if it leaves a nut? The said history. Jemima's that they've exploded this woman and kept her being a stereotype. Nancy Green Man. Former slave from Kentucky. Hired to be the spokesman of the spokesperson for Angie Mama to sell the image of the happy slave now. She she practically did. Mistral shows at trade shows because she was saying about how the how great the south was. In. Different ratios around town. The whole catchphrase was ask coming into town honey. This woman got it, but you know you're talking about. Here's where this fucked thing is about the American dream. This thing that this stupid ass right here is talking about. This was American dream. She didn't get shit for that that those ads right there. For that depiction of her, she didn't get did she went back to be a servant? For the rest of her life. In Diet so poor! And so anno-! She couldn't even get a headstone on her grave gin and get a headstone until like this. fucking make men. What was it about the late? Nineties or something? It was A. Longtime F- She died before anybody paid attention to her fucking grave. Is that the fucking American dream? Do Your fucking research, and if you don't choose to do that research if you would know all the things that somebody fucking tells you that then you are a racist, because you want the narrative that you want to keep other people down. Of course, she's a college graduates, and yeah. You know what and that's why the that's why. The bitches racists because she's smart enough to know, but chooses not to yeah. Swimming, still died servitude, serving people people who mistreated her so bad that she and even get ahead on. Is that the fucking dream. That we're talking about. Yet, people like this fucking stupid ass. Right here. They defend that history because what they want to believe sure. It works for them. Yeah, this is giving for them. Everything works out in their favor. The image the image of the happy slave. An insidious image man because it's a lie is where the Mamiya. Uncle Oh alkyl Ben's up ruckus. Alkyl remiss all of. This image of the fuck fucking happy slave is A. Terrible as harmful because. It's people who want to live themselves. You know anything to to either ease. The guilt of history are to justify the villainy of history. well, they didn't look that bad back in day. What do you mean slavery? When we sure it was bad, but they will okay I mean they had a place to live and times they bring out music and they'd be dancing and having a good time. Just like any other job when they was over, they got to go home and they got the hang out. People. You don't Fuck No. Then you choose not to know if what if what I'm telling you right now you look back and you still think Oh, what are you complaining about this in the past? And you don't fuck and understand and if you don't understand, choose not to understand that you part of the Goddamn prob. In A. This is why Reagan esque. They like a form of empowerment man. As long as you keep that image that you keep people feeling empowered one way another. That's why. As, Reagan Escalante Man. and. That's why she's A. That's why she's trying to tell you that. This is the American dream because it's not. Our American dream is their American dream. Make America great again. You know what that means. Tell me at this book and looks like the American dream to you that she looked fucking like she's happy. This is like a Disney a fucking nightmare right there. Because I can tell you right. That was done it probably a breastfeeding mother fucking man. You know! What they what what this girl is telling you and this is why this is why I to bring it up. I be irresponsible about an uses platform to to point out to how. Is Looking like Nazi rallies now it is. To where they're just blatantly putting this shit out, there got to say something. This is fucking dangerous. Because, she just put the message out. There fully endorsed by the leader of this country. She just said that. What she was. She saying is that. The American dream is what we give you to. Sign, I'm saying like it. The murky be grateful, yeah! Yeah married American dream is what we fucking tell you. The American dream is and you take it. In. Notice! She's talking about how you know marches. They don't end racism. You know because. They don't want, is they? Don't want people out there. Fighting for their rights want people. being loud for whatever reason or uniting our. You know our guest. A great point man, it's a great. They don't want people uniting. It could be the. It could be the most peaceful protests and they were still found a way to spin and. Say Come on Y'all that's what what happened to the racism. Yeah, can't we go back to that? Remember how good that was. You can't eat it, so let's just go back to that. What they want is to take what they give us an after that they want us to smile and be happing. I'm tired of fucking people telling US man tired of people telling us what we should accept and what we should was going on. Let me. Ask You a question, yeah! And be honest. Do, you really think you really think black people love all these years. I mean pancakes pancakes. Good love, but you really pay black people. All these years were happy seeing this shit. What you just in denial. Because none of us were. We just accept that the shit because. I'm not going to do anything. No one's going to do anything so you know what fuck it you know in. The always tried to spend some Kinda way. I played this commercial for Ya. The other day well shit. We got black people selling. You can't beat that bad. Think you'd find A. Better than regular when you can just look. Not, only does Andrew. Tastes. Having. A. Bad Boy. Racism tastes good. Tastes good. AIDS a Mama. Is Racism is delicious. Yeah Man. We couldn't say Shit, so we just. Didn't have much of a voice which is. Choice. Nobody was in control of these companies of collar. Nobody was in control over these brands even when they were using images man, nobody had control over this shit, so it wasn't with no diversity, so you just bend over and took it up as I'm tired of people. Tell us we should accept, and we should let me ask you a question. I'm going back to what I was saying earlier. I'M GONNA. Ask you something after seeing all this shit. Right here and thinking that black people like seeing how this is the equivalent. A. Imagine Jews having to buy a buck and a bottle of syrup. Goddamn concentration camp victim. They're just just happy to be selling you. Welcome PANCAKES SYRUP? It's the same God damn thing. And I'm tired of people telling us that we had to accept our images. Of Dehumanisation. Of a being slaves. Telling us that you know we, we have to take these These images a told us that we were second. Class is third class citizens that we would not the same you know and told in total look at those images to be reminded. That's that's what you still need to be Remember your place or maybe place. Yeah Man. You know. Images that tell joyfully accepted shit man. No Man. I is that it's. What you saw here. And y'all know. This is wrong. Most more people back down over I. Don't know if this is worse better at Lisa's out there. We know how to fight directly, but. There was a time. People be a shame to put this kind of rhetoric out there, yeah! Not No more not now man with trump brought them altogether. He said Hey. Hang with me. I'm going to push through. Yeah, I'M GONNA be your battering Ram Shit. Imagine you. Do you want even better magic that you you. You, you got a box. A box of US Schnitzel and has fucking concentration camp on just smiling. Because that's what they did. When the been. The ban was somebody that grew rice, he wasn't really slave anything being somebody who grew rice group, great rice, and they just they. You know they took image. You can get shit. But? They made his ass looked like he was a fucking servant real quick. If. You don't know we're talking about people fuck off! The Shit is not funny anymore. You know what I mean if there's a scary, they put it out this rally. Going on. What US thing because there is like all right, there's going to be white. People who hate us and they think they want I don't i. don't care. I'm going to be me, but these people are in power, and when you look at it that way, then you can't afford to just be like well, I don't care because it's affecting you. I'm sorry if this is making people. Come here for this. Fuck off. I don't care you need to see is because this is what they don't want you to see. They don't want you. They want you. Look at this. They want you. Look at Miami on a bottle. They want you. Look at somebody who's granted in Shucking, and Jiving for you know the people they want you to, do they. They want you to before. They don't want to see people who look like us in the period, talk and strong shit like this. I'm. Here makes me so proud. When as young people out there, who listeners especially young guys of color out there and they always say mounting I. Don't get to see this shit and. Now, man sorry I ruined your fucking night, so what? You need to hear this shit so. Keep Your Eyes? Open indefinite. Keep your ears open. Because these people around here. They just pretty much telling you straight up at this point. Yes, not even code anymore. No, they this speech. Is a six minute long way to say know your place. Your dreams are the dreams. We fucking give you. Woman died. Penniless, no greys don't serve the rest of her life out. And to probably she I'm sure she didn't enjoy it and that, and then she on this big. Sit Up in live through hell. fucking teeth say that is. The American Dream Okay. Then you know what bit you do it. Hey, let's you know. Let's put your ass the ranks. Have you serve everybody all day? Poor! And when you die, let's have nobody know your name. Because fucking now you've been rocked. It was the American dream how come y'all ain't doing. How come! Hey. Well you know some dreams and nightmares. Yes Nobody wants those. Hey. Hey you tried. Is so good. You eat the shit. Yeah! People, do not be fooled. Do now's the time to be nice and be like well, you know. Don't jump to conclusions and say that these people like this and like the Noman. The racism is out there. It is out there. I'm a stable and isn't it yeah? You don't see because you don't WanNa see it. You. You were working hard to not see it. Just close one thing right is one thing like I said I'm really upset about this. S-. Thank about this. What is the image that you'd think describes you worse man? I mean anything. Is it your? High School picture where you have pimple. Teenager with braces. Glasses. You look crazy. Know anything that is an embarrassment anything that makes you feel low now. Madison somebody took that slapped own fucking boxes and bottles, and put it all out there, and you had to look at that shit all the time. Imagine if you a woman and there's a guy has a history of rape in a serial rapist to pay for his crimes, and you gotta go the fucking grocery store and see that all the time. Would you like that? If you saying yes, you got down line. You will want to see that now. Magin have feels for somebody something in watch. Something would always has to be. You have to be reminded all the time not only. Is this something where it shows? Your worst parts of history shows you as being somebody who's lower than. Than than than than a other people in society, but on top of that we celebrate it. S Pete the people still go to schools with names of people who celebrates slavery. So fucking imagine if you can't understand how people feel it from that, then you. You the PSYCHOTIC, your sociopath or you just don't give a fuck, and if you don't give a fuck like I, said you part of the problem, and you know what that makes you. So. Anyway, Of thing they had them. No, no, no, you covered it. You to stay brought this side. I'm not awesome. Soapbox, man. It's like no, no, no especially considering the eight thirty years ago about this this subject to begin with. It's going to get information out there about Maggie Greene. was that any Nancy Nancy Green. Yeah. Shut the fuck up. No one's happiness shit anymore. That's why you see the statue going down if you going GONNA listen. When people ask, you nicely would rip the motherfuckers down. Sorry Get back to the heart tomorrow. Unless somebody else say some stupid who knows? They very well could are. Almost guaranteed. We coming up? When the luck! We live in uncertain. Times! Every morning wake up and I've gotten away like like my my google alarm. It not only plays music, but it'll give me just like a quick rundown headlines of the day. Lately, I've been like I. Don't want to hear it. Yeah. I'll give you even better before I. Lean because I've said put the rape persona. No, let's say this. Let's take of. The victims of rapist out there. And they put them all in a they sell shit with those victims faces. How fucked up, there be yeah. Ammonia. Ammonia. Show I'll even go one more. How about Valk Malcolm X.. How about Malcolm X. Pancakes hate? Hate, this at IRA. Pierce Brosnan. Stop. They've heard it. It's. Done. Right guys. Up is as a handsome man man. He is when he first came on Scott like Tamika. Him in Brown hair and I thought I said. Who is this new young but a handsome actor right here? Looked at him a little bit more like Oh hey, here's browsed. Got Silver Fox. Silver Fox. We could all. Look like this like Jesus I WanNa, fuck this homemade. All right. I'm Marie some some stuff from the chat chat which you got jets putting stuff in there. Let me see. Let me, see what you Gary here's somebody. Put up something. this is from Scorpion Mitch I was in college for about two months and I wrote a poem about being proud black woman and put it on my door. There wrote the inward on my door and told me to go back to Africa. A never wrote again after that. So number road again after after that I went to college in the Bronx and was called that by some long. Island talion bitches never will forget that. Hey man you know. Tell you. We all go through this shit. I'M GONNA. Tell you something man. It's. It's hard being that position I remember. I remember being with people You can tell the story. I'm not going to tell them. We won't get out of here. Here. Is Some Shit we can say next time. I don't want to bring people names. Because that one of my former workplaces and I don't WanNa Talk Shit about them. 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NLU Podcast, Episode 204: Steve Elkington

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NLU Podcast, Episode 204: Steve Elkington

"Feeder right club today. That's better than most. About. Better than most. Expecting thing. Guys. Welcome back to the podcast gonna get to our interview shortly here with Steve Elkington want to do a quick warning before we get going. We have the explicit tunes rating. This one episode is extra explicit. So please do not listen to this with children around. We do try to foster an environment where are guessing come on and be themselves and Steve Elkington. Most definitely got very comfortable and was himself on the podcast tells some incredible stories with quite a few quite a few bleeps in there. If we were in podcast, so we recorded this in the kill house. He came by during Players Championship week. Please do enjoy the podcast when we do. Thanks, steve. For the time chairs, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the no laying up podcast. We are making a couple of dreams come true here today for for big Randy and uncle Tron. We have with us live in the kill house. Steve Elkington, Steve. Thank you so much for joining us now. Ours might kill house was that main Omar tiger and his his navy seal. Yeah. Really? Yeah. He he was training. Kill house down down in San Diego. Seal beach out there and go in with fire and blanks and everything and train out enough to blacks. Fide blacks thought he was. I thought he was full full show. Yeah. He wants joke. I guess once or twice Joe jokingly. Maybe he always did referred to it as a kill house. So when we got the house like all, right? We got. Okay. So I got my mom doesn't think very highly of that name. So she you know, you have to change the name. But Sam was we were only Rangers. They would talk to visit with him for a while SAM's, huge guy. So we gotta talk a little bit yesterday. I've ever heard you call them tiger cats. I'm the I'm the one you are for sure start. Well, that's one of the cartoons. Drew? You know, big cat Kacha. I think we got one back to like like four's first big cat. Tune. We we drew secret golf, and he's a big cat, man. That's what he is. Right. But Sam guys pitcher with him yesterday. He was even hitting some parts with the red dot. He was over there. Could you imagine he'd be playing at this level of like three years ago, which level you at just being able to win the tour championship, and I guess just being golf club? Yeah. We can't really you can't really pencil that one. In is true. The truth thing, you guys got just so excited about that. But he twenty nine guys and eleven on your side already gave up before the last day. So he was what he's played two guys on Sunday. Getting there was actually even more impressive. I think than than winning the Tyler agree with that either. Because he's so good that I mean twenty thirty one. Guys can't beat him. If he plays twenty times. So. It was all right. He's getting there were you surprised at how long he was out kind of with injuries back and forth. You know, you never get the full story from him. Right. You never really know what happened to no one really knows what happened because you had a similar surgery to what he had had migrated ectomy. And it worked Chom I actually stood up off the off the operating table. And my leg was perfect. I can feel everything. So I talked to him about that yesterday. And he said he didn't he didn't have that success. And then eventually he got it in their whatever I think I can't speak for him. But I think he had a couple of collapses above. I think that's what happened by my knowledge of what I was going through, you know, he doesn't. Hey swings. Not as good as it used to be. You know, he doesn't hit the fairway all the time either. So it's had to get to excited because he counted the fairway, you know, it's like someone like me, for example, and I'm no comparison to him. But it's hard for me missing fairway. I mean. No, I'm serious. And you know, else I just can't do anything else you to I hit probably twelve or thirteen pairs around struggled to break eighty possible. On game show, right? So anyway, his he's you know, he's always had a great on game. Obviously hits down on the bull. So high that's really optimal for hitting on shots. But you know, when you're hitting down on, you know, two three four five degrees with some of the long like he does which gives us the shot. He gives us shots that come into the grains that like no one else has the big high cut shots. And then you have to swing four degrees up on the drive. It's a long way from the is from downfall it up. And I know I read somewhere that one of these coaches was trying to get him to be just zero up just zero. Yeah. Just just level coming in with the driver. So. You know, someone like Rory mcilroy. He's up four and from the inside four, you know, I'm up for so Greg Norman's full. So we'll these great drivers were up and get that border go out and just turn over or not so much turnover. But flatten out and stay staying staying play. What tiger? You said is swing is not as good as it used to win was his swing the absolute best. And visit reasons there's all kind of. Theories on you know, you know, the thing cracks me up about tiger is all these coaches that were so so good for target. You know, got rid of all of them. You know, they will they will sucked in the end. But he was going eighty wins by himself saying this way with Butch Harmon and he left him because he couldn't do this. He was cross Alon. Then he went to hang Haney, and he got to flat. And then, you know, all this different things. He's still win everything. But they will say it was they method that got him there, and he was going there. Anyway, one of the things you can't measure on someone like tires. You can't measure what's inside of him. You know, that guy has to kill house that guy, you know, he's not even done killing your after he's killed you. You know, he wanted to keep stomping on you and just Beria. And that's what was so intimidated about him. I think to a lot of players know when I got to play with luckily enough, I never thought of it that way, we're not play with the number ones. I play with many of them. I used to think of it as a a lucky break for me because one thing for sure. Was I was going to see the best player in action that way I could really valuate myself where I am. That's what number one too. All the energy. He brings to the foursome to or whatever it is. If you play well in that environment. If you're play like me growing come along playing with Jack or whoever if you play good in that environment, the payoff that you get to keep that energy that you get from that can lash you so long. None of that is when you walk back in the locker room to the kill house. If I woke back in here, and I shot sixty eight plane with target now. I'm the legend here right accountable. Accountable. So this real residual things that these other young guys thinking about they worried about if targets looking at this wing or they're worried about if he takes his this slacks. Look good, or is white pants has a stain on whatever, you know, how disappointing by the way is the fashion and golf right now that's kind of TC's blocker. Yeah. Your your fellow Ozzy? I think Curtis luck is bringing bringing back some good fashion is he he is. He is he's Calloway. Japan is provided him with his stuff. And it's it's fire. Isn't it? That's fashioned in your mind. Well back in the day. You know, all these guys had all their clothes made. You know, we Raymond Floyd to LA, and we would go and see these these custom design. We'd have all this stuff was made. You know? I remember we're looking at one time and this Mexican joint and Raymond's getting these pants without any pockets in the back. You know, he's telling this Mexican guy. Hey, man, I need a little tired of BAC here. The girls need to see. We're nowhere near that. Right. Out there wh- wearing shorts. I mean, you can't tell the caddy from the player a quick break to talk to you guys. A bit about one of our favorite apparel brands, Travis Matthew of guys have seen any of our videos. You are obviously aware that we rock them on a near daily basis, especially with summer coming up. I wear their shorts pretty much every day and Travis Matthew is the creator of high quality men's apparel and makes a full line of gear to get you from the course to the office and into the weekend so special with this podcast episode. We have a promo code NL you twenty to get twenty percent off your next purchase at Travis. Matthew com. Again, that's promo code NL. You twenty to receive twenty percents off your order. Check out the latest styles with board shorts jeans, but Knup's outerwear belts sock. Sandals shoes. Polos reminds me I needed to get a new order in there as well. So thank you again to the Travis mad. You guys were setting this up, and let's get back to our podcast, Steve Elkington. What was the first time? He ever saw tiger. I think when he was an amateur planet Rivera when he got in as a sponsor exemption that great line by sandy law. He was a number one player in the world or whatever that point was like fourteen or fifteen he was playing Rivera and. Sandy Lalla just won two masters, and they said, what do you think about Tiger Woods? And Sandy Lyle said I've never played. That course. So you played it revere or two. Yeah. Spots. So I I wanna talk about the ninety five PGA. But I wanna know kind of when you thought you won seventeen times in the nineties alone. Yeah. It was pretty good. Yes. For the night his. Yeah. I think it's pretty good win was your game at the absolute peak, and why did it reach that peak at that time was probably right here in ninety seven was where it was the best best the most complete week. I have a play was here in ninety seven boat raced everybody. Yeah. One from win from wire-to-wire, and I just wonder how and on a Palmer Colmey after around said. I'm looking forward to seeing you next week at Bay Hill. I and I said, yes, you are. Because I'd always get a hill because I couldn't play the coolest because to me. It was like no matter what I did. I was gonna shooting seventy five all by he'll whole seemed like they had a dog leg. And I was either I wasn't long enough to go over the dog leg, and I was to back on of here. So let's shoot seventy five. So I wonder how went down there and shot seventy five seventy five, and then I came here and one won by seven. So I had every shot in the bag here. I was leading first day. You know, that was cool second day still leading today still leading and it was much pressure by then, you know, it was like suffocating feeling just like, oh, just just hurry up and get to the teatime, you know, to thirty or whatever and. I remember I got to the coolest like two to fifteen ten minutes out already practice like in the kill room type situation, you know, an NBC guys there, and they say, hey, can we get L? We can we get sitting. I might I'm late. I'm late. You know, how could you be late for two thirty. So he like four shots and went to the tea, and I was playing with Scott Hoke, and I was a little jumpy a little bit nervous. But he looked at me. And he said, you know, if I win this tournament today, I'll be exempt on the tour to fifty tenure exemption, and I looked at him. And I said. This tournament has nothing to do with you. This is my tournament told him to F off really. But it what it did for me. It's snapped me back into reality headed and I'll use that use. I just held onto that little nugget the whole day. And what's really, you know, you don't see this very often. But I'm gonna tell you what happens is only one bigger ask kicking than you can give the field from WADA wa and what is that come on you guys big Gulf guys. What's bigger than winning WADA? Why there's only one thing. Birdieing the last hole, and you don't need to do that. Now, it's shooting the low round at all. Yeah. What was your lead going into Sunday? I think it was like three. Staggering thing to see on. That though is is not only that you won by seven. But the fact that the guys that were t sixty seven fourteen fifteen shots back business toll Sam took him over to seventeen. I said by the time, I got to seventeen all these people before seventy nine gypsy. Joe Grillo was cat foamy. Big heavyset guys swings. I'm like this. You know, smoke cigarettes on the holes and hits the Hayler on the on the even. So he he walking down nine and he's rob beside me. And there's this guy out in the crowd. Go come on L need you to make ten you're killing. Here. You know, gypsy goes over to the Russell gypsy ghetto, and he's already gone. You know, he's going over there. He says, hey, pal. Hey, you you in the picture? Hey, you Allie. He said, I see you're pretty excited over there. He said I'm pretty excited over here. He's we come up to the great who see here's the most excited. We said I said gypsy what do you do? So anyway, by the time, we got the seventeen I got up to seventeen I you know, I still gotta hit this shot and putting people taking trash I mean, everyone's leave it like. Tournaments. I'm like, this is awesome. I'm still nervous on seventeen visual Novus being like, I'm really focus on that shot. Yeah. Because honestly, if you think if you hit one in you might hit eight, you know, you could just just due to sleeves, and that's how you feel in the layered almost two sleeve on rand with Friday. That's the thing about the players. Even when somebody it's different. I think now in March when it's into the wind even if somebody's got a six shot lead. Like, it could be one of the greatest collapses ever. If you missed that green told Sam today, I said, I don't think it's anyone lost the tournament. We'd like a two shot lead coming in that whole like six or seven loss of tonal has happened. I know Sean O'Hare was in second and lit himself on fire and hit in there. And it costs about a million bucks. Rough rough go back. He didn't even touch grass just right over the top. But yeah, that's all that adrenaline. I think so you agree that this belongs in March. Oh, no doubt. They're going to get. They're gonna get pummeled this week of there. It's already pretty vicious is playing long long win. Gulf channels telling me on TV. There's no rough and Phil Mickelson comes up here to play practice round. So I was gonna play. And then he decides not six inches a rough. He's gonna play now. But he I mean come on. I talked to come the guys at the end. You didn't just didn't get enough attention last week. Is that your guy? Yeah. Okay. So what did you think about that? It's hard to. I mean, I. Not to excuse it. But I feel like he's done a number of things throughout his career that just head scratchers. So I think you just chalk it up to maybe. Right. Yeah. I mean, where where I don't have the perspective, though, is as a fellow competitor in you know, that the person who might be I alternate waiting by the phone need to you know, I I don't have that appreciation for it. So from that standpoint, it's it's obviously not great. But you had the best nickname ever for for. He was hefty. You come up with that one too. Yeah. We'll talk to you about Phil. What? Now, he's so good friend Goodall for that too. But you know, I feel like that's the company line maybe, but he's just such a nerd, and he's so just he's just not so non-genuine. It's just amazing. And now he's got this new love affair with a couple of young guys. I think he's cool now like grandpa or something, you know. But none of us forget about feel. I mean Phil's been always whole lot. Do you see any similarities with I think a guy who's taken a lot of heat for maybe being Centric, and a little odd and how genuine entry. Okay. Maybe ever had an original thought. I don't think. So I don't know where I'm going. This is what what do you think about Bryson is Russian? I think fulls more on the category of sort of more more mathematical thinker for sure okay? I don't think he's eccentric. I mean, there's a lot of people that like science and math. I mean, I like science Matt too. Century is someone that you know, rods tricycle along here in tuxedo. That's eccentric. These guys are pretty standard. And you think about it? Have you had run-ins with fill in the past? Feels fine. He's crepe player. He's been played great player for thirty years. I mean, he's amazing player. But just because you think someone's weird or they, you know, you don't like he's star rubs you the wrong way, doesn't it doesn't have to be the end still have respect for that guy's total hall of famers, total total pro he just has some, you know, disingenuous moments and doesn't tell the full truth. And like he did when he picked up the pot and all this stuff. It's just all bullshit. Most of it. I mean, we see all that stuff. That's all. It's not big deal. I mean, Jack, we always say, well, what would Jack do Jacqueline do? That would Jack do that. No, okay. Mr. nNcholas Randy. Rainey's big Mr Guy like missing echoes. Mr. Palmer, you know. Yeah. All that, Mr. hefty. And then when he when we put that guy Jay was hefty thefty for a while. Did you? Speaking of another say, polarizing figure Bubba run-ins with Bob. I know you said on Rome that you know, you and Bubba straight now. Well, he's thinks wished right? I think so I think the line ones was y'all. Yeah. He's a highly uneducated fucking guy, and he knows it one on favourite. On the tablets anger issues. Start the story over and people seen the highlight. Just love that story actually had nothing to do with me. Honestly, he just snapped. I mean, how many times have you seen him snap a lot? And we were playing we were playing this with I was playing with Shigeki Maruyama, and I leading the tournament on the tenth hole course, I designed for the for the PGA tour with pizza planned the tenth hole. We're both eight under bubbas not plan so hot. But he said this drive down the fairway now Shigeki. No, I back here. And all the camera crew all this bunch of people there shoot now shots in there. So after we both hit everybody moves, you know, twelve people move up the fairway, and he should have even been there yet he should've been here. But it was already out of us up there waiting so everyone walked up and bullet, my caddy had the bag on his shoulder and hunched it shifted it. Yeah. And when he did Bubba snapped and called us all kinds of shit. And so. So I'll veterans look fucking veteran bashers. And so I went up to him, and he wouldn't even turn around. I said I'm gonna fucking talk to you. When we get off the green on eighteen and Rushmo going. We'll have never seen it like this bubble watts. Everything's all that. But anyway, I'm not shaking. He said, I'm not on this cod. And when I walked into this Gore's tent. There was security in the and they said to me, elk whatever you do. Don't punch him in in the in the scores tent. That's okay. I'm gonna under that. So anyway, I'll let him up and scores tan told him I was gonna kick his ass. And he started crying and told me all the stuff, but you know, to his credit. He did come back to me and say, you know, what I was wrong, blah, blah, blah, whatever. But the great story about that whole thing was we're into by later means you get Maryam and a bunch of guys, and we were all just having a few bees. And. One of the two officials said, okay. Well, you guys need to write this up. What happened so since? Okay. So, you know, she geeky says I ride I ride I ride up. I write letter says, okay? You go off and write a letter and come back, and I'll read it you say you. You edit let it for me. So y'all light it for you know, ours. So he leaves for while. And we haven't couple beers shaky comes back in, you know, real Japanese real fischel, you know, half bow out. I have a letter for you read, you know, so k-, I got it. So he says he's going to east riding what happened. He so goes something like me Elkington saw play temp hall at golf course. And we tied lead hit ball, but wasn't hit fucking driveway. And it's on I hit ball, we've move. And then Bubba Watson snap say buck. You cuck suck. Motherfucking cut sucker. And I'm reading this letter. And I go. Your super rod this. This is well done. Really? I said, yeah. This is you don't have to do anything. There's no editing down here. This is put this straightening envelope to the tour. This is perfect. That was the funny part about this story. What became of it after that was? Fine to something you get fined or anything nothing. What I didn't do anything. Threatened to kick his ass. Well, he dated it. He's ready to kick mind. So so on that front is there. How would you diagnose the way that the Torah operates? Now with regard to like, for instance, slow play. Like, I don't have any like, there's no there's no enforcement. But but not only there's one player to player either. Like, I like, the veterans don't don't call anybody aside and say, hey, you can't do that out here, man. You know that sort of thing what happened when when I was on tour. Jack nNcholas was the best player in the world. And all the young guys like me will come along the dynamic the the equilibrium of the tour. The heartbeat of the tour was was set. Probably. And then when target came along it flipped so you came along. Now, we had the youngest guy on the tour is the number one player and all the all guys became obsolete. So the voices became all the guys, and that's the same problem. They have right now. I don't have anyone that has the as I mean the stuff that I told Duffner yesterday. I know I cannot believe the bullshit. These guys the tour. Let does to you guys out here. I said back in the day. Tom Watson would have stood up and said, you know, what good thinking, but when I'm do that. Sorry, we're doing it this way. What's an example of? Samples of some. Imagine it could be something. As silly is what they're doing this week, which is no past two replies. Relied on the range. I mean, that's you know, all of us. We built the place. It's your turn -ment. Yeah. We built it. You know? So they don't want any other ex players on the race to walk around. I didn't even know that was a really supposed to have a special deal. But I wouldn't they would Jason Duffner and I was working with him today and some about players injury Landry. So I didn't even know that was a deal, but buddy God. And it came up to me and said, you know, you know, that you didn't have the yellow deal. You have to ask for it to you know, all this. I'm like that wouldn't have happened back in the day. So look if Jack wants to come out on the range and Lee Trevino, they wanna come out. Raymond wants to say hi to me to see. How my kids they come out. Okay. Take your yellow fucking thing and go do some origami. Of Tommy smothers and his yoyo. Yeah. That was bad. Take take it all away take it away. Just shot off to Rome where reigning big Cologne. So, you know, a lot of these stories we've heard before. Your big Phil love that. He's always been left handed. No, his name's Phil though, is is really not Randy's fill. Big cops. Phil, I don't how about those things. I the hold up the upper chest. It's it's be built of time. That's. Yeah. Do you have any Raymond Floyd? I think is a guy that kind of flies under the radar for a lot of our generations. We really didn't didn't see him play. But, but he's not quite at that level of your hearing the stories about and from you know, like the Mr. Palmer, Mr. Nicklaus stuff, but Raymond fluids sons. He's just an absolute freaking legend. Raymond was great. I mean, he was amazing player won all kinds of tournaments. He was just just tough. You know, big gambler, you know, used to own TD buys before we got married, and who doesn't like like that. I mean, that's that's what it used to have yet about dozen Titi joins when he came on tour. What's your best, Raymond fluid story? I play with Ryan we used to play with Raymond all the time. We won the shock shoot at together one year and. Got to know Raymond Maria. Really, well and all the kids, and we were like maybe a month out from the masters one year, and he comes over to me on the range. And he says what time do you wanna play at Augusta? I said anytime, and he said now I'm talking about what time do you wanna tee off at Augusta this year? What what are you talking about? Here's what time do you want to you on Thursday? Thursday, don't they have like a draw. He goes some of us get to pick who we wanna play with what time what time do you wanna play with me? What time do you wanna play? Platt noon, I said, well, I'm playing at noon with you. So about four years in a row, I play with Raymond at noon at Augusta was kind of young I'm pick is that information. I don't think I've ever heard that the Pez it pass champions some of them get that pick. Okay. Not everyone has a greatest rules. They had the greatest rules that they can change any rules, so good. Sam of here is going through with me every year, and they met a new rule that pass champions. All PG major champion winners used to be husband wife and kids well about four or five years ago. They took the kids away. It's just husband and wife. But because Sam goes all the time the jam and gave Sammy's badge and he sister badge. And that's even carried onto this year. They've given Mr. Ridley gave sandy sister batch. So they they just like. You don't get extra badges, but this guy gets over here or this guy gets to pick who's going to tee off this guy, doesn't that's what I like about Augusta. You had some success there in the early part of your career. How different is that golf course? Now, how different does it play now than it did in the nineties? It's just longer and hotter. And I don't think it's you know, they've sort of tweaked it right in the last couple years. I've got it back. They've sort of took the criticism. Maybe it was a little too. You know, subdued on Sunday. You know? And now they've sort of compromise. If you will I think the mistake if they ever made a mistake, which they didn't make enough. They didn't make the teas long enough. To where they only had one option if that are going to play it back at eleven it's way back. And then there's no other team. Seen just a a longer piece of turf, they're you know know, like five fifteen option in no four ninety five option. Yes. Five fifteen or five fifteen all four sixty. Yeah. What what was your favorite Presidents Cup team that you ever played on that? One that we wanted to write we we Greg Norman, and I would partners down. There was one of the great scenes for us because I don't think we lost. We want every match, and we the most interesting match we had was Davis Love, and Freddie Couples where they'd won all these cups together. And we were paid with them. We were paid to play them on a Saturday afternoon in Australia with the president United States, and the prime minister of Australia there, and every frigging Australian ever could fit into the grounds plan, Freddie. And and I think we're fifteen sixteen under through fifteen holes when we beat them three into something like that. It was amazing. We just it was one of the great matches, and even Freddie, and then come up and said man that what a what what just what a day, you know, it was just one of those unreal days view, the the the international teams chances is going back to you know, sell hot to think about the President's Cup. You know, the Americans. Whatever they do in the president's cups. I don't do an Roddick Cup. But the hottest thing for us is we don't even know half the guys on team languages. I mean, there's not like a common bond. Don't like not like a fair FIS. Hey, your name's Ben ho, no. It's been who. Now. What's your name Ralph, you don't know? Right. Do you know all those guys? Yeah. So you guys know everything that's all the selenium Shaun Norris up in the top twelve in the standings. I dunno showing. I don't need. I did not either this. I'm not sure if this if this tournament needs to something needs to change with it. I think I'm ready for international sexually to win. It this time around or else it's where they planet over. Oh, awesome. And they go to South African captain that makes sense for the tour perfect. What's your proudest moment? I'm not sure about that one. I did win the strain open in nineteen Ninety-two. And my my wife was there. My brother family, mom and dad, and my grandma was there who never sold me place. That was cool my coach that was right in Sydney the lakes golf club where they just had it this year. Great place, my friend, Michael Clayton redid that coolest plates. Yeah. Is it best? He is the best. He swears more than anyone. I don't know if he did not on the forces. We shut off the Mike heavy. He's the best all the worst, whatever. But anyway, that was good, you know, winning national championships university. Houston was good. We Billy Ray Brown roommates. We won three three times four years. And all the things are you know, that I've done on. The course have been great for me. You know, really fortunate to be I'll do what I've done, but the two are, you know, is going to go on, you know, all these guys they just they don't realize I think that hey, I did my deal. I've been out there. Twenty eight years. I don't show goes. Yeah. Jackie book told me longtime ago that wouldn't that be galleries on eighteen you make a long putt. And you walk off that green that crowd opens up and you walk through it. And all those people don't follow up that hill. They turn back to see the guy coming from the faily. Are you at all? I don't know if bidders the right word, but looking back at your career record and seeing you're crazy run like in ninety five and your total earnings for that year. And then. Seeing two top tens maybe no four, and you made more money in. Oh four. Are you bitter that the most of your success happened the Pri tiger era? Now. Now, I kicked his ass. Ninety seven. For the person got enormous, though, that's of the bitterness that you're not seeing there's Jack was in some of those ornaments there. That's true. He's he's he's not. He's the goat. Have you tried to beat him? Lately. I've tried a lot. I can't really I don't really get a lot of access to to to face them. Head to head. No. I'm just saying have you tried playing Jack in this row in Tom Watson? Oh, yeah. Let's row in Crenshaw. Throwing Raymond throw in Trevino. Let's row in I'm in more from just a per standpoint of zoo doesn't sound like that was ever played for the money right now. I mean, I want seventeen million dollars fifty million dollars. Jack Nicklaus one five. Right. So, you know, what are you gonna how can you be? How can you be upset about the money when I want seven hundred grand heroes, six eighty here. It was more money than you could have stacked up in kill house. So what do you think the state of the tour right now, some of the young guys, do you think golf PGA tour specifically is in a good place? I'm not sure I think it's I'm not sure yet. You know, this is there's a lot of movement. You know, a lot of things with the rules are very, you know, very volatile right now that the plaza on happy seemed like the world golf championships don't work. You know, you've you've got a lot of good players. You've got some plays that quite sure what they're doing like Rory who so good. And you know, what's he trying to do is he trying to win five more major doesn't look like he is. You know, he's just sort of there is he gonna be out of play another fifteen years. Can you do that? No answers. Yeah. Yeah. What about Jason day? Do you think he can play another twenty years? No based on his comments, probably not just because of injury or passion. These guys just get comfortable. They don't have to. They don't have to grind for another twenty years. What's the upside? They'd rather. Well, the upside is the same as everyone is trying to chase something bigger than you. Right. Yeah. Like, I always I still play golf now. I still try to be great my golfing. You know, think of myself as a golfer, and I'm always working on my game. I think Justin Thomas has the right? Attitude. I thought speak did. But now speaks getting bogged down with swing and a few other things, but I think Justin Thomas on like a rocket ship. He's the most gifted player out there right now. What's your take on speed? What do you think? Well, spaeth. I think he's putting his always been, you know, a question is just the always made everything he's always had all kinds of issues. Look like right crossing. It looked in the whole kind of crazy stuff. But the thing, you know, he's got a terrible grip. He's got fingers hanging out everywhere, and it looks funky. He's backswing position is pretty good to me, very autho docks. But he has his big left arm. Pull out on the way through which tells me that he's afraid that thing's gonna flip. Now that tells me this come from before somewhere back here. So he's holding that thing, that's that's not. That's not what top players do they they smash it as high as they can cross that left hand of like every great plan. So. I don't know what he's doing any swing. I'm not like concerned about it. But I think there's something big time to worry about that left. Elbow is what I see. I don't think you can play a block action like that for a long time. How did you become so versed in the golf swing? Who? Did you learn from or were you kind of always studier of your own swing video back before video video didn't like video. I was like Peter Thompson sat great law, and he said that he was never more disappointed when he saw swing on camera. You know, always want to change it when I looked out on video, and I was great. So and trying to look at it too much. But Alex Mercer taught me when I was a kid. He's a great teacher. Still live in Australia was a pro Royal Sydney golf club. Great coach still coach really today. And then I was a. Studied Gulf machine like Bryson through Ben Doyle for ten years and just did it out of boredom on the tour. And so I I look at it like a diagnostic tool, I don't really sort of preached the Gulf machine like some some idiots do when I think they learn it. But I look at it, you know, like Bryson actually plays a pretty standard procedure. They would call it. He lines up with shaft right on his shoulder on the shoulder plan. He cuddle these clubs the same length. So they will feel the same and he sets up on the same plane not more of Elba playing like like we do. I just did it out of boredom and then so then I was you know. Always watch the good swings. I learnt empirically. So I would watch watch wise cough or Jack in it would reiterate to me that. Yeah. That's that's what I want right there. And I would go copy that move a little bit. I think I did more empirical owning than I did much by looking at the video going back to the tour as far as just it seems like there's a lot less characters a lot less personality out there. He should added sterile snaps. More need more. Character. I think he is. I think he has a certain, you know, he's not for me. But I do certainly I get more entertainment out of listen to others talk about Bryce, and then what I think about Bryson there's appreciation for Bryson. He's obviously smart guy. And he's. I think he plays well into the environment of like we saw him today. He's six guys out there. He's got a camera down near the all the coolest thing. He's got. You've got one of those lime at pegs with with a little piece of steel on it that he can just wipe club off with steel brush. I mean, that's that's cutting edge. You ever seen that? With a brash on it. So hit the shot and comes over and go. Cleans it all good guys. They're squirting the ball with a spritz that guys my favorite his guys do guys gone. It's gone. Yeah. He's got to get one of those fifty all spritz bottles just from way. All. That's what we need not. He's he's just pouring it on. Now. We got to do the. What's your take on track? Man. I think it's I think it's usable piece of equipment. I've used it to hit the driver. I think is the best piece of equipment for the driver. I went on that one time to hit minds and. I went to the what the tour average was for angle of descent on the two rhines. And so I then tried to see what mine were my one anywhere near it. So it screwed up. So I've got off it. I mean who has her is better than me. I mean, maybe maybe they need to model on the track, man. Maybe the two down a lot less. Do you? Do you think guys and apologies if this is a nothing ignorant question? Nothing offends me. Do you guys own and no their swing as much today as in your era or even going back? I mean, who who would be from guys you've seen out there currently playing who could've competed forty fifty years ago, or even you know, twenty twenty five years ago. Well, Justin Thomas would be one baba bubbas frigging. Crazy shots crazy hands. You know? No. He's got one of the most gifted games. I mean that guys like Steph curry, it's just weird, you know, hit it. He's just wrapped in with some other widow that's wrapped in with him. Some cartoon character. That's upside. You know, what I mean, imagine if that was wise cough with that, you know, with that move or something I mean, they'd line up, you know, to watch that who in in real life is the most different than how they're like in real life. They're way different than how they're portrayed either in media or on TV Duff Duffner, Duff's. Smart. He's clever. He's engaging. He's super but on the tour. You think he's some fat guy with a dip in know anything about anything. He's hot as hell. I said, I think he doesn't mind that though, he doesn't mind the people think that about him. He doesn't care about anything. Yeah. Which is actually cares about everything. But he doesn't care. What you think about him, not you? But yeah, I mean, we have. On the tour that if you don't know me, I don't care what you think of me couldn't care less. You don't even know me. So people say, well, what's that guy? Is he a good guy? Well, I don't know. I mean, I don't know. A you good guy. How? How do you? How you you? You look like, you're right. You know, what I'm not a good? Why are you asking me? That guy's a good guy. Phillip good. God. Yeah. Who knows who cares? All right. My mom. My my mom. My mom always asks me is he a good guy. Or is he, you know, full out. On the with the Charles Barkley. I'm not a role model thing. Oh, no. I think I am. I am sure. I'm I'm friendly. Again. I like to help kids I do everything. I mean, I would rather play golf and eat to be honest with you, which of the of the AUSSIE bunch de most identify with the guys on tour right now. Let's say Scott would be he would be the best all the player was LeBron's one of my guys. He's on secret golf team. And he's probably the most up and coming guy out there leash LeBron. I think he's as good a player as anyone. Very little coverage, which is fine. I think we'll leave. She don't care and just plays. Good. All the time. You know leash. What's what's your read on Jason day? I spoke with Jason yesterday. He's just you know. You know, he's been in so young, you know, he's feels like he's got the spotlight. Others been on him too much like he's being burnt by or something where he's. Some sort of falls into that category of if he doesn't everything's not perfect. You just can't play. I like him a lot. It's like, oh, my back on my hip. We've just take eight Advil instead of full and go because I you know, we're gonna guarantee if I don't play I'm guaranteed zero. So might as well play a little hurt. A might just luck it out and make five grand. Who knows the players? Don't quite think that way nowadays if they got, you know, if they didn't cut the fingernails, I couldn't play what do trillions for the most part or you think of Greg Norman. Well, I'm really close to Greg. So I've been one of his oldest friends have been to to all eight of his, weddings. No shocks. He's been a, you know, I think I think the way I don't know how you position the question. But I think one of the things we about the shock is he gave out all this Emmy's. It was more golf if you wanted to do it. He was able to launch himself into different things. He was the first guy. He was before Oprah when she was into wine. You know, he's on wine label he was into clothing. He was in the cost is on that was follow Jack and those guys. So he went into other things. I've always said this about him. He's like he's away showed us what's possible on the widening of your scope, he's kind of Maine. He's really fun. He's been he's so he so generous to his friends he's been so good to our family. We go everywhere we've been all over the world with him and Honda and fish and going on his yards, and you know. I'm really close to both his kids. Great kids. You know? So he's great is Instagram account. Like is just as yes. Going into like some weirdo like Instagram models middle aged. What are we doing shirtless? Yeah. He's having a mid life crisis in past gets me. Eckard blocked him on that. Showed off and there was too well having sex. And he was trying to film, and it was his horses. We're breeding yourself that. And he had like cream money's hand. What was that? What what's your favorite Monte story? Montes. You know, this is trying to took us everything not to lead with. I couldn't believe hadn't gotten there. Forty get this story. Monty's Monte, you know. You guys do you know that he went to Houston Baptist university. Now, you know that misunderstood there's. Oh, yeah. Montes the greatest he's just I mean, we all you love him. But genuinely. Much flak over the mall is the greatest he's just he just gets himself in more trouble than you know. But you know, when I won the PGA, so okay. So he went to so we have history. Right. He went to shootin Baptist university. Which even know that was yeah. A place or thing. And there's a guy named Tim feeling. You know, the is he's like the PGA club pro champion. He was on Monti's team. Someone who was the second best player on the team at the time. And I was at university Houston, we win and everything and we were planning Monty was on working the range at my golf club. And I said what are you doing? What are you doing here fat tits? What are you doing? And he said. Going back to England next week. I'm going to apply for a job at. I am g I said, well, why the fuck would you do that? So worst idea. Well, you know can't really play. I'm not very good. And I said, well, let me tell you something Monte, your can really good really you think I'm that. Good. I said, I is what I think you should do might you should go back to England and you should try for the tour school. And then if you don't. Get in that then go with Franck. How's that for fucking idea multi? Really, you think I could do that. Yeah. I think it could. So he does and, you know, seven whatever is one later won all that. So when I beat him at the PGA ninety five. As you could imagine the next day for me was you know, the next week was a lot of going on. Right. But and this is well known that I stopped everything and wrote a letter to Monte and said that. You know? I congratulated him on how good he played at the PGA because basically stats the same beating by one pot to win a major. And I know he wanted his as much as I want. I just wanted to know that I was thinking about him on that day this day with always winning and it could have easily been him. So I wrote that to him. So that we got to put that in the fall. Okay. So then we went to play the World Matchplay, and he we both get through two or three rounds. And now I'm gonna play Montana. Sammy's. Right. And the and the press is at Wentworth. Yeah. It's the biggest stuff is club talk about a bunch of fucking racist. Those English people over there. They don't even let you they you wouldn't get in with that facial head that facial has got to go you copy in here like that. They wouldn't even let you in the clubhouse train is on the trade. Are you talking about tennis shoes? Oh, you can't come in and hit with those. Okay. Whatever. So. So we're gonna play the semifinal match and thirty six match, and the press is it's it's a rematch of Ilkeston Monte of the PGA, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah bullshit. All this bullshit. So it's thirty six holes. So one day. So we go out, and I told my wife is look this fat son of a bitch. He's going to be out for me today. I'm going to have to play my ass off to beat him. And I think I shot about seven hundred in the morning to be one up on this guy. I mean this guy can play he hits it so straight. I mean, it's hard to be. So we go into this big clubhouse and with the players only. And they've got this huge by down the middle of the club and bonds over there, this shoot table looking out of the gardens, and like an observatory and he's got about four or five Royal Royal palace people there, and and the captain from your end the captain from you field was there. Is it drafty? You hit to you. Anyway, so out in the middle out in the middle of the of the buffet is this custard Kozel? The the clubhouse at at is a castle. It's a fucking castle. It's got all those little squares at the top, and it's fucking magnificent. It's unreal. So anyway, I'm sitting there having like a cheese sandwich because I can't eat when I'm playing I kinda eat much. Can you donate play? You've never played a thirty six match. So anyway, so we're going to go back out and like thirty minutes. Monty gets up goes over to the table. He's already had launched by the way, grabs it in a plate goes over to this custody Kozel with his big fork. And he takes out the whole ladies locker room. He takes out the pro shop the fucking upper deck on the back observatory and put it all on the flight. I couldn't I couldn't believe that. He's just done. I said he's going to feed the whole title. He's gonna take twelve spoons over there and put this out in the middle. They just destroyed it. Nope. Nope. He said at the end of the table fucking eight at all I turn to my wife, and I said. There's not a man alive. They can eat that much that can beat me. That can beat me. How the afternoon go. I rolled him like five and four. He couldn't go and you have to. I guess he he drives from national park to national park. Like when he's on the road with the champion sore his his his hobbies drive around the US national park. He loves it. What do they say? Fucking Bez conga ru. Oh, yes. Montes. So always at San Antonio five-storey plan in the champion's tour which hide it didn't really like it didn't do nothing for me planning cats and fucking short. I mean, it's terrible. Anyway, screw for some. Anyway. I'm mean, San Antonio have to go out to my golf Kat. I mean, I'm in my golf come out to my car in the parking lot. And I see Monte he's the hatchback up on these car, and he's sitting there eating something. So I drove around this way, and I'm gonna come back around. So I can point right, adding, and as I as I come around the corner, I seem doing something with with these left hand. So I just he's real slow, and I go how you doing calling. Oh, hey, you L. And I just let my golf cart ease downhill this little bit further. So I could see what was behind him. He had fucking full Big Mac boxes back there. There's no nourishment out on. The course is there. There's no food on the calls for us. He goes, oh, I thought the same thing. Fucking eight full full full. Who can eat full Big Mac, you tell me tell Monte tells about your. Daiva Deavere on that champion's tour. It was just it just wasn't for you. All it's great for a lot of guys. You know? It's a great opportunity. Here's the thing about the champions tour. It is an it's it is built full for guys that want to when they finish with this tour. They don't have to go home, and I don't have to take their retirement plan. They can go out there. They can extend their time at plan. I just didn't really en- look like Boehner Langer. Awesome. I just don't have that much want as he does. I still like to play do everything. But I can't do the travel man, I spent almost all my life away from my family in Australia. I'm not doing here. Can't do it. How do you split your time between? I just worked with cigarettes. Julia now once a year hit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, I'd rather be around the house, and we're on some of the projects I'm doing secret golf and all the stuff I got going, which is great. We got thirty one to replace that are on on platforms. That's great. So doesn't twelve was your last tour last tour? I don't even know if I don't even know which was my last event, I very sentimental guy. Not like that at all. No. Were you were you thinking, hey, this is the end and I want to try something new. Did you get an H two numb kind of move on? Or was it just was it injury related what? No, none of that was just the best way to leave. If if you not leaving is enough, I'm leaving. But I'm not here. You don't you? Just don't talk about it. Don't show up. Yeah. Only tell anybody doing anything, you know, all these guys make this announcement that they were tied or whatever I'm not doing that. It's not happening. Twenty twenty ten to the player or the PGA shoot. One the PGA when I was forty eight. It was awesome that week. All that was a great week. Play with tiger on Saturday. It was one of the great great things ever, you know, playing with him on Saturday. We was a rain delay or something. And then we repaid and now playing with big cat on Saturday. And I saw him on the ranger said. I got you after all this you lucky enough to play with me because fuck you. So we play and he's not planning plant terrible. And. I think I shoot sixty six tiger. She's like seventy four. I mean it smoke the guys, you know, this is kind of joke, but. We get to the seventeenth hole. The real nasty green. You know in the pins front right that day, and I hit this really shot in hit on this hump and disappeared of the hump and the crowd went pretty pretty loud. And when over into the fringe, you know ten feet away. And then he it's his shot lands right on the hump goes disappears and the really wild and. We're walking up there, and we're both going to repair plug. My brought on this little hump their their only inch pod. Plug monks and his bowls like this like inch away minds and ten Fago Dan bending over repairing the plug. Mike said you're the luckiest fucking God ever seen in my life. I look at my my bowl hit right here. And there in the fringe Yobo here even went by the whole he goes. Yeah. I'm really lucky. So you beat me by eight shots today. I'm really fucking lucky. But he so when we were on Qods, he's always on stuff Sam. And he said he said to me he said, no, no one's gonna be chewing term, it you you get kicked their ass tomorrow. So it was great gave me so much energy. Gimme low goosebumps right here. I liked it. And I didn't get it. But I should have got it that next day. I had a couple of bad breaks you've been playing a lot like you've been trending or was there something they're not just just just just just good. You should bad. It. Just good. On sunday. Who'd you play on Sunday. I play with. Karma. Remember? Was DJ in a bunker yell. Yeah. I saw my wife, and I were standing the locker room, I go. This is gonna be some bunker shot. I said that loud in the locker room. I was big screen locker room on. I can't believe account. Remember play. Always remember play with you probably find that. Anyway, what's tiger? I mean, you'd tiger had a good report. And does he know that you gave him the big cat nickname? What's he likes enough a game? I don't know if he knows that. He should I should get some royalties for that. I also shocked Tiburon to around that that nickname the shock in Spanish. But you know, I remember when I came onto or are remember story, we were planning at CASA together and. Hit the shot. We're on the sixth hole going up a hill. And we both next to one another one another interface away and the second shot was up a hill. And. The bowl was going to spin a lot and he hit the sandwich up there. And the crowd goes crazy. But then he comes back down elf the green down in the bunker, and then I mush lot, and it skips up there and cry goes loud was close to the pin. He goes look back at me. Because what did you hit? I don't even know really. You know, what did you hit? I said. Just a little chip non he goes. I don't have that shot and walked off. So like a month later somewhere, we're on tour, and he's on the Reggie goes. Hey, hey, Elkington come here. So I come over. And I knew I knew what he was doing. He had a nine on. And he was hitting these little soft shots up this on this range, and he goes watch this. And he it's a shot, and I go what what am I looking at what am I looking at? I know, but I'm not letting him knowing that shot is that it. No, it's not it. And I just walked off. You were gonna give them one more shot. Yeah. So he he was he used to you know, he was a really pool bunk apply when he first came out so he really working on Bunga game. And you know, the guy will credit to him. He would you have fi- shot. He wanted to he wanted to get a shot and fixed it fixed everything, but he already had it already had stuff in there. I've got your funnel round playing partner at the twenty ten PGA. Zach Johnson, really. Duff furic ins e j after round three do, you know, the store that when seventy seventy I hall with that pm was all the way back in that back. Did you see that where I knocked it over the back went down over the would was that show that was unlucky and Pete dye. When it walked off in eighteen looked at me. And he said if I could have made that green foot longer for you. I would have done it. He said to me. Yeah. This is this is after you've done the course with them influence. Yeah. I know him pretty well. Then, you know, how'd you get matched up with him to do that? That was a tour deal his L sensible, the tour is right. So that we're gonna do building course in New Orleans. They pick made to do it with Pete dye. They of course in Houston took Reese Reese Jones took David Toms from Louisiana do that one. That's a tour. I'll tell you story on Pete dye. We went down to one of the projects that the building. The cores TPC was the silent that day was always going to go and then there early, and I was gonna look at the back nine P was gonna do the front nine and we're going to meet at lunchtime and converge notes and see what we had to do. My job was to keep the integrity of the shot, Pat in for for for sure, please make sure it didn't get you know, like, well that doesn't make any sense or I wasn't really designing too much though. I I I can do it. But any right. So we met and lunchtime. And he said, what do you think about the back? And I said, well, there's one problem number seventeen. He said, okay, let's go. So we walk out to seventeen all these two guys out there with us all the tour suits, and the three number seventeen was a shot across water in the in the green was was set right to left and the prevailing wind was from the right? And there was a like they're in the way they had the green the way that the green set. He just couldn't stop you bowl in there. He said what's the problem here? I said. Hit from you won't stop providing wins here. It's not gonna work. He goes. Okay. Let me look at this. So he walks down the fairway where the failure was it was just all around the lake and he stood there for about twenty minutes. And he came back to the Tina goes, Mr. Elkin is right. We have to move the like what? So all the tour guys like. Move the lake move. God's gonna move it. Twenty five yards over there. Yeah. So that was Pete. He was amazing. How radically different was revere playing it in August for the PGA versus versus February for probably a little easier. It's probably a little drier the advantage. I had it Rivi era. Was there was off Kuya fairways Kaku grass, and that's a real Matt grass real thick grass from strata. And we all learned to sweep the ball. We didn't really take Davis when growing up as kids. We would sweep it off the top of the key Kaku guys had hell of a time. Chi-kuo hit it to Honda phase. And it goes nowhere. They stub it. Just all kinds of issues with chipping on Riviere just nightmare. But that's only grass we hadn't Australia. I'm from Waga walkers Woolcock. Try to say that. With Korea say that I've never heard of called Kaku. Yuck. Kuya on the where we say we say cock cocoon. Say walk walk. Anyway. So I was kinda advantage there. And I had just almost won the British Open that year. I was in almost in that playoff with John Daly in them. I spend like a week after the British Open. And I knew that I probably wouldn't I probably wouldn't win a major after I've kind of kind of choked the Sandra's event couldn't get my putter. Couldn't get it to the hall on the back nine if you ever see that video. I I had it. All right there. I can't let it didn't work out for me. Is that the biggest regret of your career that one would hit it hotter? If I coulda just it just didn't it wouldn't come off. Just like that that tournament. Now, I should have won the British Open at Muirfield to you know, to the the British and committee kind of choked and put us in the twos in the playoff instead of a foursome. Guys wouldn't tee off until we. Appleby in ELS. Okay. Yeah. My friend. He was on the rails. You know, he was a head. And then he came back, and I was already in if I could play with him, man. I could've put some pressure on. You would have a reckoning with folded like gone. I reckon and the other to reckon they would've fainted so I was wanting to have four, but they said we're gonna play two twos. Multi said, so. To clear that we're gonna play to twos. Last couple. Let's get out of here. But what what's your game? Like these days. How often do you play is good? Yeah. Play all the time. Good. I hit the ball essentially, pretty much the same sample tell you that. You know? I like I like the hit. I like to hit a good. I like to always go practicing my game two three hours in the morning every morning every morning get over there and still love the game. Oh god. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Forgo. Underrated player ever play with underrated like to replay. Really anybody? I mean think about that. Let's go another question comeback, at least favourite stop loose favorite. You know, there's a few on that. But some of them are quirky and their way, they don't play some of the tour stops they used to be the BC up, and you've been to ever been to indicate New York. It's pretty garbage. But what about have you ever been to the you haven't been to the tone of the us time in Boston? Boston's pretty Nali to in the out in the country. Yeah. Basically, I was pretty average into caught. But I went there for the cartoon guy, the guy that did the BC tunes that was cool tour is a tour, you know, after while it'll become a bit of a blur, you know, favorites or stop who Pebble Beach. Yeah. Yeah. Pebble be accepted. Tommy smothers told me about this. What a fucking Jakov. He's up on the green sea, whether it okay from C, you get a chance either backstory. So Tiger Woods is standing in the fairway on. I don't know. It's like maybe before Tiga went beserk. Might have been ninety eight after full on target mania and. He's his drive on eighteen over the level with tree on the trees in the middle of fairway and he's in the right rough. They may be in the first cut. Remember that old Todd three would PT thirteen. He had one of those. So we all have one right? So you'll still shy just fucking nasty and. I'm in scores tent? It's gone to my car because I always liked to groups ahead. And I'm looking back and I'm thinking. Dude is back this winging his three would like he's going to take a shot at this pin, and he's just just making the soft practice wings waiting for this fucking Jack off on the green is doing walk. Oh, he's doing. Got out on the green. He's doing this shit. And everybody's not really look at him. They look back here because big cats back. They're just making practicing now he's doing this fly salsa and through the snap the monkey the monkey whatever it is. And then like get off get off the greed, you idiot. Finally, they get him off and big cat. Takes a swipe at. I'm looking at him like. He can't get there. It's two fives cold, it's nasty, and he fucking goes. And this thing is in the effort ever. And that thing I don't know if you remember the shot just as fuck it goes splat right next to the flag like eight feet left of the flag to ninety in the air from the the wet conditions. And it was just like what what was that? You know, that was a cat. And so then after that, well, so the whole party. Well, so clay clay Walker, and I the country singer, we would go and do this big party every year for the volunteers. I would get up and do a deal like what I'm doing right here till stories, and he would do a country and western sing song deal. It was awesome. It's grown into the biggest thing ever. We bought Glen fry we bought Huey Lewis in there. We bought the guy with the trumpet. What's his name now with the sax g Kenny G? Yeah. He was in there. But then one year we have this fucking clown told me smothers he comes in. Then he's shit faced who is Tommy smothers. Yeah. Yeah. You know, the deal. He don't. Yeah. That's what I said. He had some little show. You gotta show with his brother, and they did. Yo yo tricks. Anyway. So that's where that that. That's where that came from. So he gets up and he's telling jokes. He's swear. And I can like wasn't funny. They didn't wanna even tell me smile, and they wanted to hear more from me clay and Huey Lewis. And he was getting a little chapped about the deal. And you know, sorry. I don't know the original story he was out there doing Yulia tricks on the green that's what he's the part. He was on the that's where on that was what? And then that night we were doing a volunteer by and he was there and audit enough of the fuck yoyo deal get off. But he thought he was a star. So he wanted to stay. We couldn't get much kids there and every dropping he's helping the. Who is the guy you I don't wanna say hated the most on tour, but disliked the most disliked the most. Give me the example. I don't know. Maybe somebody I want to beat that guy. So bad. He gets on my nerves like I don't want to deal with this guy. This plenty of guys get on your news. But you know, you you're pro you gotta deal with that. There's guys are hard to beat, you know, feel Mickelson's guys. He's out to beat, you know, Trevino drop plan Trevino Trevino's gonna. Gonna put shit on you. And if these guys have played with Trevino, he would chop them up, really. Trevino passion on the Ryan's go. That shoe deal. That shoe? Oh, yeah. You kill you. These guys. What do you talk the whole round to she'll be talking just getting your head and say, you know, that so Trevino would say something like the get on a narrow hall, and he's great. We love lovely seem at the father, son and. The fifth hole, colonial round hottest driving home tour. He gets up there. And he's a slot around there. And he go over to Mitchell's caddy big fat guy. He'd say man, I can't believe how this shot it. I've been working on that cut shot. I never hit this fairway. This is how to shot on the tour to hit. I can't believe it. I've got it in the fairway to this is so good. This is impossible to this fairway while you're waiting to hit you know, that that cut him speaking cat. He's what's what's bullet to bullets working down at shoal creek in Alabama and had gypsy. Joe Dave Rennick who's dead. Now, he caddied for me when I won the PGA cave. You know, wanna bunch of majors with Jose and Maria anyone with VJ, and Dave Rennick and in 'cause I had caused in for me who who leads the tour in sweating, you know, he's sweats. I had to tell them to keep three club links away from me. So because it was a casual water because he's here's a beach towel. And his neck, you know, he sweats much. So you know, I like to have the characters on the bag. I think they should bring back smoking on the tour, you know, cigarettes out in the middle or on the big Spencer Lavinia. I love Spencer. He's great. He's got the attitude, but he's just not good player. It's coming. It's things but yet like. Well, yeah. One more question your son Sam is here, and how rewarding is up in for him to not only get into the game of golf follow in your footsteps of Houston and g get more nervous with his play than you ever did with your own play. I'd rather I'd rather him play than me play good. The tough thing. I go out. I'll figure out what I want to work on with these wing, and I'll work on it for two hours on the rides and you'll come out to practice. I don't wanna lesson today. I'm just gonna hit it myself. So and going back to Houston. This is meant to ask it earlier. But how did you end up at Houston had awesome golf program? Yeah. But but what was the transition from Waga Waga to Houston? Not good. Not good. I showed up the suitcase instead of clubs that was it. And I was in Houston in a really unique time Claude Drexler and KEMA lodge wa and lived in dorm and Carl Lewis human. And of course, I got I was junior champion in nineteen seventy nine. That's how I got recruited from coach Williams and had you been to Houston before you only the only to play that one event that I want in nineteen eighty not seventy nine and. Billy Wright Brown, and I were recruited by no other schools and turns out that we those two together couldn't happen now this environment, but we finished up winning three national championships together. Bill ran it was great. We should let Claude keen come Donau room and put out put out national championship rings on let let them hang. Had a timer on them ten minutes. It's got come off get it off. Awesome. Thanks so much for coming by. We're going to do our. We did more than that. So appreciate all. Right. You stay you so much. To to pot. Cheers. Thanks. Club. Feeder right club today. That's. Better than most. About in better than most.

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Coney Island

"What do you mean an extra long lead-in well when everybody's just realizing the show starting so they're not quite done talking I I think you're not giving enough credit I bet they're sitting there in perfect silence right now right now just silent what they know they're not look at that guy that guy right there hello and welcome to citation needed live in New York down hey what's your name Mike Thank you and of course podcasts okay okay that's enough of that that is enough there let's just start the show sit down tonight two men who were disappointed when they found out this essay had nothing to do with the FBI heave and Tom it Colmey island so basically Gitmo right yeah so basically coney island what's that that's very nice of you actually can I just do it myself I'm just so much better at this it's the podcast where we choose a subject read a single article about it on Wikipedia and pretend we're experts because this is the Internet I think now before we begin tonight would like to take a moment to thank our patrons phones into lights better question SLA boy this week's episode is about Coney Island so you looking for a preview Oh yeah well then we've got binge drinking what do you mean Chug Ryan I'm forty three dude I got kids also this is red why why are you crying. I I don't I don't trust the FBI or the CIA or the NSA pretty much anything to do with intelligence escapes me you are you're still I mean okay just maybe you can I don't know like cheer and I'll do it. We got no applause at all when you introduced us. I just want to point that out take note take note James Komi needs a theme park see the chauffeur and Nick Hon son He Li- how did you turn the microphones into lights don't encourage me like why did you turn full of poor people it's gross it has an amazing history of utterly bizarre theme parks and attractions that should one hundred percent make you uncomfortable had some freaks to include in the Ballyhoo first up the hypodermic needles to my child like feet see so and no well I mean come to the Museum of stuff that was probably nice once but is definitely not nice we've got and John Yep that's how it works now I'm Eli Bosnich and I'll be your ringmaster but hell to march the length of it once a year to see who is entitled to vote for mayor the Dow wasn't working so I go to the person right any land keep telling you go between the toes with them it's between toews not I also joining us and we're GONNA be talking about a wonderful place that makes your borough the amazing it presents. The world's unlovely massive the contents of the melting pot right out on display the amusement parks is a special little something called Sea Lion Park Sea Lion Park was the first enclosed amusement park where the park itself and not just the attractions required the entry fee people it's basically like a really racist equal to Action Park and I want to start by quoting this article from usually owned and operated so this meant that in one park you might have a toothless carney running a cobbled together uninspected late nineteenth century gravity power death slide and then Alan is a ridiculous little spit of Peninsula that has become synonymous with a special brand of New York Americana and while I've never been there because I hear it thirty years away an entirely different equally unqualified committee carrier would have his own homemade drowning hazard he dreamed up and Manny the Cross is of the world and bortles every responsible person should be the penguin from Batman theme park or so Tom You just described every a- and if you'd like to join me MM suits so this is his stick he would done an inflatable rubber suit fill its various bladders air and then float down rivers somehow everywhere this guy goes he's greeted by these massive cheering crowds he must have realized from this just how starved late nineteenth century miracle was for entertainment in concept phenomenon or event would be talking about today all right get excited Brooklyn people people acts that it really is coney fucking island and Tom Your quest for fried dough ended up in an essay worker one thousand nine hundred ninety eight gives a really nice flavor to set the scene for is here's the quote Coney Island is the same as important as ever for those making the best of the summer people there that cancel the Medicare for all vote from there. Rascal skiers up yeah we're going to go with Medicare for all who can tell me how many Congressmen there are hey ally question can you name your congressman not that big a deal so boy sometimes filter boat with the occasional lion or bear or small elephants to spice this time are you ready to powder that sugar naive. I have no idea what that means I'm happy to review an essay though I don't all right so what is coney island all right well eh amazing world's unluckiest massive humanity is directly taken from every yelp review of a Walmart in India by the way there's a her I guess amusement used to strictly car affair for this until a guy named Paul Bolton changed everything before boiling all the rides at the amusement park we're individual it up I guess well well the animals the animals they even had their own special line to get on the rides it was it was called zoo q that's sharing for me yeah audience at home everyone was really impressed with that back in the back yard what the slide be powered by if not gravity. I'm just curious okay this is this is my essay. That's we edit one congressman the one you have district New Jersey Mr Man Kim nailed it nailed it all right so the first this theme was also sea lions the extremely depressing Chimera of like William Bar and aimless thing flip flap railway right and this actually had a inverting loop in it and a drop of about twenty meters but he had a cancel the ride because it was too dangerous though to their credit they did test the coaster ahead of time with sandbags and monkeys at the same time in his superstardom entire families because one member was on a sex tape one time I'll take waterwings man yeah potatoes six mics ranks and if you'd like it's going to be ended at great and if you'd like to join Mike's Ranks be sure to stick around until the end of the show and without the way tell us what person place with like diabetes and Fast Line fuck off yes you you're all liars diabetes we had four weeks for at it's okay fine it wasn't until Boynton came along and decide to put the theme theme park that everything changed and the thing by the way was money right and quick digression on him not just the inventor of taking your money to walk into the place before you had the fun yet boy was already famous for his river floating pair I've ever been to with the carriers and the death power gravity slide or whatever I don't know that blatant changed anything it's very very possible but we gotTa talk just a lot of whiplash just for reference your fighter pilots Max out around nine flip flap is uh-huh book you should have come to the show yeah we held up signs that said shits everybody well human tired it was basically like a lazy river in a to go container and still whenever you're fucking faking it we all know you're faking that's what everyone in the other line is thinking they all had dark thoughts you all didn't think that about the the water shoot so the water shoot was every stupid fucking log ride you've ever been on it's basically just like a flat bottom boat that went down the ramp and into a pool of water and then skimmed across the surface so adding to turn Brooklyn's foot into a money making venture if only because next up is steeplechase park and this would turn out to be longest lasting of the three great coney island amusement parks it's founder was George till you and he founded steeplechase on the idea that if you entertain people rather than dressed like a he without all right so what delights in wonders away to the gawking masses see lion park well see lines obviously that's in the name so also afoot for the attention of your foot and we'll talk to you could see that he also had built a roller coaster called and I love the fucking so we started sea lion park in eighteen ninety-five anything that could be done equally well by a sack of potatoes should for celebrity and we propellant ah I guess it's one of those crazy racist traffic I have noted anyway the ride ended a place referred to as the insanitary them or worse blowhole theatre now unhandy rebus puzzle that's what I was looking I like to use the elephants in that ride though each picture and elephant cutting in front of the make a wish kid ads the Prequel to glory hole very proud very proud where this is a place where this ride was famous for producing extreme forces on the writers as many as twelve g which this minute also so they had several hundred seats that were provided so the crowds could watch as the women were also heard it over air jet equipped holes in the floor that would blow their skirts mentally ill plead not there's a lot of people wanNA watch conde fuck a sack of potatoes more than I would have guessed right now at twenty six dollars huge rubber ducky and then break everyone's neck and rather than build big thrilling rides till you built a relatively simple amusement park with chaptered only eight years after opening in Nineteen Oh three sea lion park closed and everyone packed up and went home never attend some quirks to it so the steeplechase ride was essentially a wooden horse on wheels on a track you got on you pretend you're writing a horse and you got off it's hard to fill the sandbag with the monkeys right but it's a lot of fun I didn't say it wasn't worth it. Ah Yeah if David Chapelle did his entire net flicks special just on top of a subway grate dressed like Marilyn Monroe never the money and he bought topsy who you might remember from Heath Super Oh baby it's only eight airplane in our history right the Wright brothers had yet flown their fancy bicycle kite thing yet so this whole thing as insane till you to use it steeplechase and the ride was called a trip to the moon and this thing was amazing genuine is amazing some explain this right to you but I want you to remember that we are pre head a word white phase that would have been so much more woke than his actual material objectively better that like a symbian exact someone out there knows walk watching that joke ripple through the L. wants to return to but you brave and a millionaire the ride appeared then to land on the moon passengers disembarked the rod and how they stroll across what appears to be the lunar surface where they were greeted by little people and on your head makes when your neck all right so sea lion park began to fail pretty quickly even though Boynton invested a ton clown and a little person would zap the ladies with electric cattle prods and spank the patrons then they had several hundred someone which wouldn't be standard and cars until the fifties the attraction would then appear to take off until using rocking motions of the attraction and moving backdrops and sound effects Luna being called half moons but I deleted it because it's punching down sounded all the more mad for its place in time visitors would enter the attraction and board a mock spaceship called the airship Luna and they would fasten their seatbelts something thing until it caught on fire in one thousand nine hundred didn't stop it started by a cigarette and then spreading everywhere the park was engulfed in flames over their head we are definitely doing glory hole studios tragically. I see this this is classic comedy the Dave Thousand People traveled to steeplechase to rubber neck the smoldering remains fucking savage. You're supposed to let Jim cantore you do that. The people were star for entertainment here's just how fucking starve they were this massive fire destroyed the amusement park and a swath of running businesses so naturally three hundred freaks in the audience half of whom immediately pretended not to get it the they made a noise there were Oh shit not everyone uh-huh was like a like a what would what do you call it this imagery yeah right right his is just drawn out because I've literally for so long it's just now coming says was a chunk of the bowery and dozens of hotels and businesses burn it all down meant something different when Bernie Sanders was young getting all in all steeplechase was a relatively harmless place and so most of it was kind of boring the civilized person there were cameramen there that sold photos to people posing by the smoking ruins until you even charge ten cents for access to the burn up rubble while he was rebuilding the park and this included a huge new indoor attraction which was young this time they loved it by one thousand nine hundred seven Standards Mountain of desiccated tinder so combustible a stray cigarette but could send it up back in a bid for a little diddy we like to call apropos of nothing going to name the Palace of pleasure but and I am not making this up calm down Simeon people it was like funhouse mirrors and until nine thousand nine hundred sixty four when Donald Trump's dad bought it and knocked it down to build condos that he never actually built there's a clown outside the Condo says you must be this way he had to scale down the Palace of Pleasure Ins you the Pavilion of fun I love did you guys know that they're black people in Brooklyn this looks nothing like for us gasoline soaked match heads qualifies as like a relatively harmless as you did that with a straight face art so remember when I met you alive and I said it all the time okay Jews around all right so the big attraction steeplechase was actually recycled exhibit from the Buffalo World's fair from nineteen one after its success at the fair the attraction was sold what it is today are will in one thousand nine hundred Luna Park was formed after Frederick Thompson and Elmer skip the next big thing here you McIntyre say what about an amusement where folks come around and we monitor a fellow with a wrench tails this fucks up my whole thing all right well now that we're all nice and kill it with fire we'll take a great thing but did they downgraded name balance a pleasure to pavilion it's like getting a thug life tattoo in your twenties in having altered to say weekend warrior cels now attacking heath directly use our messages like Dr Glover shut down the vice but since belly dancers are way cooler than elephant rides and Carnival Games that was stupid and didn't happen okay I'm just saying I would pay speech and a huge permanent central midway and cultural exhibits Luna Park was actually part of a larger culture war with belly dancers advice to the nearby ended times over hammer at the ready Tom Tell us how did coney island go from smoking pile of rubble to it's like this ride was built in an era were riding a horse itself would become in place like why on Earth would you pay to write a fake women in gowns but then they go swimming yes see you mean like bathing beauties of the Ballyhoo again left forever so Luna Park had three major attractions all of which were these crazy simulated adventure things such an elephant belly dance or to watch a belly dancer Elephant Dance Dance Elephant Valley Fuck there was ship is made to drop rapidly and silently silently how does them at people were like hold on I definitely heard the sky fall it exists thought I had a hot one that I don't think people said Jews as a swear get out of the sketch you're not in the sketch the first was an airship ride to the moon called over the sea and here I'm going to go and quote directly from Harper's weekly describing this things here's the quote the crowd is no no no that's that's wack apart they got that it's true okay okay hey how about something a little suspect airship to the Moon Buck that give me back my nickel murder is the Serbian Joe Ryan May I recognize that screen all right have your safe Ford's ready people Sunday bought the defunct sea lion part from a deflated Boynton inspired by the Chicago world's fair of Nineteen three pairs secured one and a half million dollars and created Luna Park Gins mouth which opens and allows you to walk into its stomach the way his treacherous for the floor rocks and the walls of his elementary canal are clammy agree on one side and family friendly Luna Park on the other and reformers hoped to Luna Park would be so successful they would be able to buy all the businesses and the bowery and they sing a song of welcoming conduct you to a dragon here's the view entirely after a while and then the moon a circle of extinct volcanic cones appears near at hand and you step out of the ship into a grotto it's so great here's less gravity so these are two little person's we're so glad to see you the asher onto a slightly rocking platform fashioned like an airship and is easily led to imagine that it is rising through space because these star Laden scenic sky surrounding the You are so fucking these you just walked out of the radio room I don't know if you guys noticed waiting for to leave the room so it's the Harper's surely the relief which one feels on getting out of him at last is sufficient to counteract the surprise of suddenly finding oneself look at them come on man find a seat let's do this dare we go anyway we're here Brian Step right up your that you'll that boy Julian dressed as moon people until it was time to re board the ship probably pre borden Eggert first and then head back to Earth was going to make a joke here about little people from Dwarf leads you to the King and Queen of the movie why why were they so convinced the moon was populated by little capable back then enormous wings of the ship flapping out horizontally prevents any passenger looking downward over the railway they didn't know how planes work jet planes a convenience storm take a lifestyle I'm telling you mcglinchey the and were we left off we were poking fun at Lucinda first job as a cattle fodder and I don't think that was that's probably for the best so let's just wrap up the story of steeplechase park one detail no one last detail and actually survived Not has this exactly conduct you to address the thing you can see is that we do that for make a wish do that too I true story now humidity Tanta in St on these people to be tricked with that that people do with their dogs where they throw the towel in the air and they duck behind it wait I'm sorry but that means you exit through the Dragon's asshole right do y'all making sure best case scenario the second problems in your neighbor just caught on fire like an hour ago you should probably get into a WHO has the biggest building fire content state's World War one the so this joy filled family friendly attraction featured a simulation of forty as and I'm GonNa say it maybe by half a million bulbs and get a naming Guy Marine boat machinery would steer maneuver this enormous fake Armata around in a simulated battle because hurry has fun okay kids massive refrigeration equipment cooled the ride and the writers were encouraged a chip off little pieces of ice. I guess like Melt mentos north I don't think they read the book I know for certain for certain so the building that housed this ride was sixty five thousand square feet the right itself held two hundred people who three hundred seventy five feet tall Luna Park had an exhibit of a real building fire called Fire and flame so dreamland just built a bigger battleships firing on New York with huge explosions for the enjoyment of the crowd whereupon a simulated Fort Hamilton would fire back at the ships and then massive electrical the art and then there was Dreamland Dreamland was built by William Reynolds and he built to compete with Luna Park and I mean that like rental one thousand bulbs so j just put a million bulbs Luna Park head a big observation tower standing two hundred feet tall so dream on just built an observation tower that was climbed aboard took their seats and this this is amazing the whole God damn thing was then lowered into a twenty four foot deep pool which had moving painted canvas murals that the final major action boo the final major attracts twenty thousand leagues under the Sea obviously named after Jules the whole business model was to look over to Luna Park and just do everything they were doing but just bigger and Luna Park was a massive novelty for its electric lights they had a two hundred six Verne novel writers of this thing we're taking a simulated submarine ride to the North Pole so I get your tickets now it's melting good pass fake portholes well then why was it underwater because fought you that's why authenticity you the building and called there's fighting the flames I now because I guess like when everything everywhere is made of wood and fires are really serious genuinely surprised one of these train cars didn't trickle down onto the all right so and turnover eight million people during the Holocaust the French the flying we're moving on we're mapping out okay Iran people were idiots if you really wanNA see a slow motion crash the best way is to hire a Republican president on no one I'm for the log zoom through the barbed cloud with mustard gas French people would hitting wash tubbs and they were spun thrown jostled against a winding path until someone puked or got a concussion or probable well now if they stopped the right at that we're people clustered at the center and then waiting for the disc to rotate fast enough to fling them from the center against the sidewalls really slammed into sized but they they also had some of their own unique attractions like leapfrog railway. This thing is amazing you can see video of it on Youtube so basically drives everything Luna Park did and compensated for whole stupid thing takes four seconds but if anything goes wrong nobody would survi- kids put on your bullet proof vests great very excited right near we miss mashed with a fat life convention so in this particular they put people in what looked like road agean you're inside of it looks like a little tank with open sides and on the front and back of this thing are ramps and actually there's two of these monstrosities and they're both on the same train track and they drive them together and then of course there's the razzle dazzle which was a massive circular swing that you put seventy people on at one time and then workers century capitalism so Luna Park and dream on each had what amounted to nothing less than human zoo attractions at Luna Park the most popular basically g-strings it gets worse way worse and putting on a sideshow mockery of their native customs they build these guys as head hunters but they obviously bard a few of the smaller rides are worth noting as well Luna Park had a ride called the tinkler were people relax city and people are you at is cheering crowds okay okay before you get to judgy that cheering crowd one hundred percent included your grandparents murder and cannibalism and instead every day a dog was brought to them from the pound Ono which they killed cooked and ate in front of huge was the village which was where fifty fifty Filipino Triesman lived full time in their own model now wearing pushing around like a huge circular seesaw and according to one account quote even the toughest of sailors would get sick again they moved a bunch of this stuff to get more when they shut down pick surfboard waterslide that was actually called the waterboard recipes all these parks and the rides were they pale in comparison to the aforementioned cultural displays because nothing says cultural sensitivity like early twentieth walk across the floor except the floor was made a series of spinning disks rotating in different directions it knocks you to the floor and then jostled you now shoot each other oh great job next that wouldn't waste safer than intentional train crash the ride but it's nineteen my sweet sixteen he was older that guy and if you're from Canada you might have been elected a guy prime minister who like dressed like that on Halloween look a giant human car crash sounds amazing then they had a ride called the human pool table Oh that's a great idea on it we try to but as a Brigand I don't feel super at home yeah and the best they purpose built dark alleys so that quote little person Brigands would feel at home point they were one hundred and ten years ahead of the NFL on safety procedures bad that going for them and then it steeplechase there was a huge spinning disks are you laughing in fifteen years we're going to have to explain naturally occurring ice like we do pay phones and floppy now that makes sense for the north these are all right I it's let's not forget about Dreamland star attraction little person sitting no Ooh also known as Lilliputian village Fuckin- course who's so reynolds built an entire village made to look like a Germantown except really fun of simulated human caused misery didn't get your Dick hard enough they also had the Galveston flood exhibit yeah this was a huge he scaled everything down and then populated the village with little people who actually live and work in this interactive freakshow they had their own restaurant they had a tavern ah it's so beautiful never forget check check out a podcast called citation needed to Larry in coney island was mostly getting which is to confess are weird and there was a twelve thousand seat stadium we're GonNa Watch a thousand men reenact battle from the Boer war which just ended in one thousand uh-huh yeah yeah those Canadians sure don't know how to like leaders off the theater a circus of fire brigade with equipment pulled by ponies instead of horses well yeah 'cause you want your fire retardant to be comical on a place like that. Ah USA all right so there was also this thing they called fatal wedding where visitors could pay five cents for the pleasure of watching a young lady in a bridal gown walk in nineteen oh four speeds eight miles an hour you know and then one of them just drives up and over the top lead progress away you're okay it's a good thing we don't do that kind of thing today right also make sure you check out the nine eleven memorial while you guys are in town aw aw one person up there the cheers for these things. Blais and then purposely dressed in oversized clothes to emphasize their diminutive size wow now the screen where she and her groom to be would appear to be turned into skeletons then eight skeleton dinner there's nothing more to the story but people love this thing I s. topics like Chernobyl challenger Literally eugenics was you did that one I actually interactive Diorama of a tragedy that happened seriously just a couple of years earlier and which turned the deaths of six thousand people into entertainment we you know to they had this thing complete with guns and cannons and six hundred recently traumatized veterans right and if if delighting in the woo babies in incubators and visitors would pay a coin and then they'd be able to glock et premiums and their little killer `incubators their bodies on this but my absolute favorite just for the name alone was Dreamland version of the Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea which they named Submarine Boat moccasins incubator exhibit no shit it's not bad Wayne in nineteen Oh three in dreamland Dr Martin Kuney opened exhibit of premature baby he's in the public incubators survived. This was an astonishing premature baby success rate Dr Cuny's own daughter ended up being born premature and spend time as an exhibit with I can make a dribble to anyway older but my favorite thing and all of this is the infant aw because the incubators were not yet well accepted medical technology so Dr Cuny opening exhibit that was literally just rows and rows of premature clear putting these babies on display was done to advance the cause of incubator technology or just to make a buck but the display actually saved thousands of lives sixty five hundred eight thousand ah Ha you have met a guy who paid a nickel to watch a Filipino di Da have just remembered meeting is no manual no paperwork of any kind other than some cryptic guidelines written on a piece of paper torn off a pack of cigarettes that was a weird entry in the suggestion been we cannot talk to her I love it here and we made dozens of dollars didn't really make it drizzle twenty years it was notoriously expensive to operate it was very difficult to turn a profit on so to gain attention for the ride women who looked like screamers all right all right hey don't be boring don't be so don't boo me I didn't do it you guys fucking pay to listen to me tell you about a boom me do okay but but tom you a doctor tending to her amidst the crowd okay you're trying to put a positive spin on this but in the beginning of every day somebody's job was to go around and pluck out that's right everyone tries to get on more than one finally perhaps my favorite nods Irony Dreamland had an exhibit you're right so dino sixty three years after its operation began wrote the manual on the wonder wheel was his wife's engagement present gas. I know right and they were wed in nineteen eighty-three after working his way up your different jobs at Coney Island this fucker bought the wonder wheel for yeah being women who looked like screamers would be held at the zenith of the ride and allowed to dangle they're not exactly sure how anyone can tell the screamer just by looking but I do know that if you it Greek immigrant mispronounce dino stave murderous pledged to his bride to be that if she agreed to marry him one day he would buy her the wonder wheel and she said I don't know why they're the wonder wheels one hundred and fifty foot ferris wheel to retain its popularity even as other rides and attractions waxed and waned and in one thousand nine the dead baby I mean like the fish Guy Walmart right atop belly up on trying to make this sound good title after Paratrooper Training Apparatus basically there's a two hundred and fifty foot tower that hoisted riders to the top and then simulated a parachute fall the right operated for about the cheering early you can throw balls it China where or Negro heads you cheered sure did and also still visible although no longer in operation is the framework for the parachute jump the parachute jump is ah all right of course there's the iconic coney island wonder wheel was built in nineteen twenty was originally called the dip the dip would've done it I would have done it I would build it and then pay myself the fucking nickel that's what I would do all right it's actually not an who cares reproductions of famous battles and right in or on all sorts of weird or thrilling things so sure coney island's changed but they say that on this goes ballpit no fires what's so insane to me about all this is how long this madness lasted those baby incubator the beginning reminds us quote if you go down in the right spirit you may have a lot of fun. Oh Yeah called Hell Gates now hell gate was modeled after Dante's inferno basically it was a great big whirlpool lit up by flames and boats would look like they were being sucked into the of health so this is also where the fire that burnt dreamland to the ground in nineteen eleven originated while Luna Park's fatal final ear and I swear this is true emanated from the Dragon's gorge rioted forty four lead safer names for stuff at the Dreamland Park reboot Hey Caitlyn Jenner's bumper cars stabbed me under the table if I veer off script and are you ready for the quiz well I don't normally consent to measuring my body parts but I am just and Tom yes if you had to summarize what you've learned in one sentence what would it be bet seizable change my essays to read little persons right that's still there that famous grinning idiot picture the one with too many teeth that's still the image of Coney Island today and as that same New Yorker article quoted it for two hundred and fifty thousand dollars Kipp kept his promise to his wife the wonder wheel I love this when it was sold it came with no instructions and Laura Bush Jesus raise your hand if you have and killed somebody with your bag I mean come on braggers everybody because this is New York and it's fucking beautiful dark knight and under a full moon if you're very lucky you might still get kettle product or sexually harassed by a little person for nearly seven decades when the animal and took one trump to finally destroy so you can still ride the ferris wheel engagement they were in practice for forty seven years they only closed down in one thousand nine hundred fifty sea lion park didn't last long but steeplechase was around maybe in the filter it's off the baby in the face one stuck in that treasure barely talk enough to ride this ride so let's do it. Tom I got the first one for you which of the following is going to be the crowd's favourite thrill ride brandish you back then what were some of their competitors a jet Ski Bach Be Doc Martens all those are better names than submarine that is correct all right Tom yes sir what was the tribesmens favorite ever meet similar land new balance you put that roasted cauliflower or was it D- Yes we're see eating ice cream on a couch in the apartment next to Amazon that you didn't you should wait next time right yeah all that share a shooter imitation birds with a rifle get lost in mazes it's now was it be chicken noodle soup delicious was it see along Justice Oh that's not just we learned earlier about submarine boat moccasins that's amazing remote moccasins was actually a really feels like you went a little far with the team right he's like Oh my darling and not their anniversary I have gotten you he's don't be wonder related it all right if you also guess my D- I'm going to be disturbed beyond belief okay that'd be so and would it be the to train experience with Bernie get oh no no very uncomfortable well it's it's e because Barrett will only be an attraction for five more years and then it gets out so it's fine hey Bassett to thing way what Bassett fairly might d don't participate chest just keeps fabric ah be listened to chicagoans get less and less convincing when they lie about still liking their style of pizza that means that is I don't know why I don't think you want this guy won I think this guy here the what was it was day long cream chips potato and if you'd like to help keep the show going you can make a per episode donation just like Mike does dot com slash for Coney island in Brooklyn have left to do for fun a sit in a train that swears it's going to Manhattan eventually it was a fucking Brooklyn man you guys Boo Brooklyn I'm GonNa have to go see but I don't feel comfortable about it so just all right all right was officially called war of the world and this Super Fun idea here was simulate all the adventure of a massive apocalyptic war between Europe and the United Canine based dish cabinet off microphone on job to choose just folded up in advance just hold it up and it was I'm Ula Bosnich thanking you for hanging out with us today we'll be back in ten minutes and intermission unless you're listening to this in which case who knows all be dead who cares if we're not then no one will be an expert on something else between now and then he it's GonNa have to improvise Sir To understand the allure of Coney Island I think you need to put it in the context of you're already in Brooklyn right so if not we'll drink another two scotches backstage Tom and we'll check their sound equipment six more times Noah we'll smoke fourteen cigarettes dot com we'll see after the interview yeah he's the waiter clearly all right well that means that after the break Noah is our next so for Tom Seasonal Noah and he they say something I can hear you check out past episodes connect with us on social media or check the show notes be sure to check out citation pod not or two hundred or c get murdered by a cop for selling loose cigarettes because you kill the guy with zero that's true soda and Matthew Broderick so to Matt Brunner in talking about you're supposed to not fuck it that's why it doesn't taste inside your fucking that was too good for Shit Hits Shit see e none of the above thank you all right all right. 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#EERS S9 Ep78: Hope

The Erick Erickson Show

2:01:37 hr | 9 months ago

#EERS S9 Ep78: Hope

"I'm here I'm here. I don't WanNa talk about. We got to talk about the virus. I don't want to talk about the virus but we gotta talk about the virus but there's other big news. We need to talk about welcome. It is Eric Erickson here. The Erik Erikson Joe Across the state of Georgia. The full number is four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred. That's totally the wrong number. Don't don't call that number. Don't call it. That's the evening show number. This is brain fart moment of the day. The number here is my number for my show. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four two five note to my producer who also produces the evening joy. I have to be on radio from eight to ten tonight as well. So what is this three four five six of eight hours of radio today for me? It'll be a fun day. That's all right now. I wish to discuss the Mike. Flynn situation I because it's getting all sorts of buzz out there and I just find that the takes very interesting. And if you'll allow me to be analytical about it Let me read you first. How Fox News is covering this from Greg Ray? headline F. B. I. Disgust Interviewing Michael. Flynn quote to get him to lie and quote. Get him fired. Handwritten notes show explosive new internal F. B. I. Documents unsealed Wednesday show. That top bureau officials discussed their motivations. Were interviewing then. National Security Adviser. Michael Flynn in the White House in January. Twenty seventeen and openly questioned if their goal was to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired the handwritten notes written by the FBI former head of counterintelligence bill pre staff after a meeting within FBI Director James Colmey and then FBI. Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Fox News is told further suggested that agents planned in the alternative to get Flynn to admit to breaking the Logan. Act where he spoke to then. Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak during the presidential transition period. The Logan Act is an obscure statute that has never been used in a criminal prosecution enacted in Seventeen Ninety nine in an era before telephones it was intended to prevent individuals from falsely claiming to represent the United States government abroad. What is our goal one of those red truth slash admission or to get him to lie so we can prosecute him. We're getting fired if we get him to admit to bring the Logan. Act Give facts to DOJ plus have them decide and other note read constitutional law professor. Jonathan Turley Call. The documents implications chilly. Sorry Important Person Texting. The document indicates that the agents at least discussed the merits of a by the book approach. If we're seen as playing games White House will be furious. The bombshell materials strongly suggested the agents or truly concerned about Flynn's intercepted context with Kislyak during the presidential transition period except as a pretext former president. Obama personally had warned the trump administration against hired Flynn in made clear he was not a Fan Obama fired. Flynn is head of the Defense Intelligence Agency in twenty fourteen. The Justice Department. Turn over the documents this week. Even though a February twenty thousand standing order in the case from United States district. Court district of Columbia Emmett Sullivan required the government to turn over any exculpatory materials in. Its possession that pertain to Flynn now. Fox News's told even more exculpatory documents are forthcoming as Attorney General. Bill Bar continues to oversee the DJ's investigation. That's the Fox News. Take on this now. Let me read you the politico take it. It's as if it's from another world. Natasha Bertrand is this an Tasha. Portraying has become notorious on the Internet for for her Seething contempt of the trump administration. So you can imagine that the town yeah. I read as much of the Fox News article as you needed to know so. I'm GONNA do the same with the political article so you get a sense of how this is being handled in the media newly released documents about the origins of the criminal case against former national security adviser. Michael Flynn show that the F. B. I. officials feared that the new trump White House might view. The bureau is Playing Games if it sought to interview him without disclosing exactly what it was up to. The four pages of records provided to Flynn's defense attorneys last week and unsealed on Wednesday by a federal judge reflect internal brainstorming at the FBI in January. Two thousand seventeen about how to approach the politically explosive investigation into flynn contact with the Russian ambassador weeks earlier. During the Presidential Transition Flynn's lawyers and supporters of the notes. Emails were a smoking gun evidence that he was railroaded by F. B. I. officials intended and bringing him down but defenders of the FBI is handling the investigation said. The record showed a thorough and thoughtful deliberations about how to handle an exquisitely sensitive inquiry into the president's top national security ages days into a new administration one page of handwritten notes data the same day. Flynn was interviewed January. Twenty four twenty seventeen appears to show a debate about how forthcoming to be with him or others at the White House about the nature of the FBI investigation. If we're seeing is playing games the White House will be furious. The note said protect our institution by not playing games. The notes also reflect deliberations about whether Confronting Flynn with ally in real time would be helpful to the investigation. What is our goal truth? Admission or to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired. The note read the Public Court Filings. That led to US District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan Order on Wednesday unsealing. The records did not indicate who author they unwritten notes. However they appear to bear the initials of E W BILL PRIEST at the head of the FBI's counterintelligence division at the time and relate to a meeting with the bureau's then Deputy Director Andrew McCabe now a CNN contributor McCabe was the one who ultimately called Flynn that data. Ask him to meet with two F. B. I. Agents Peter Struck and Joe Pink one issue the F. B. I. Officials considered was whether to show Flynn that they already knew details of the conversations with Sergei Kislyak the Russian ambassador to the US at the time the knowledge came from Ford intercepts of the ambassadors communications but those details or redacted from the record that was released on Wednesday now. I mean two stories on the same topic and yet they take completely different approaches and views of what's going on here. Well there are partisans on the right and partisans on the left and they're in the news the partisans on the left work at Politico. The partisans on the right work at at Fox News. What's actually happening here? So here's my understanding of what actually went on the FBI. Wanted to either get Flynn to acknowledge that he was trying to undermine Obama administration policies prior to the opening of the opening of the trump administration's days by reaching out to Kislyak during the transition and completely scuttling trump administer Obama Administration. Stuff in the run up to the trump administration coming on or did they want to allow him to lie. And Deny it when they had the transcript. Of course he's a smart guy would have known and therefore in trap him so that they could prosecute him it essentially. Did they want him to admit he was trying to undermine the Obama Administration? Or did they want to allow him to lie and prosecute him? It's not that they were setting him up. It's how they wanted to steer the how they wanted to steer the investigation. Did they want to reveal all of what they had to him? Up Front or reveal so much and this is key here. Pay attention to this part. Did they WANNA reveal so much that he would presume. They revealed everything but they still held back smoking gun and tried to ensnare him in a lie so they could prosecuting. Now the partisans at politico say this is perfectly acceptable. This is all part of the investigation. This was not the FBI behaving badly The the partisans at Fox News on the right with the trump administration would say this is terrible. You Need to Pardon Flynn. A lot of us are so why. Why did Flynn plead guilty? But ultimately there's this I am sympathetic to the reading that these were just. Fbi agents doing their job zealously trying to advocate a prosecution of someone they didn't like but that's kind of the problem. Is it not? They went into this not liking Mike. Flynn they went into this. Not Liking Donald trump they went into this believing. Donald Trump was collaborating with the Russians. I mean what what the political leaves out of their story is is that precept had these conversations with Andrew McCabe and James Comey both of whom were already under the belief that Donald Trump was. Some sort of collaborator with the Russians. Which we now know from the Muller Investigation. That wasn't true so they win in already convinced of the guilt of Mike Flynn and they then wanted to build a case. That made it airtight. Oddly enough wanting to use the Logan Act to go after Mike Flynn the Logan. Act is an act. It gets trotted out. Every campaign season As someone purporting to work on behalf of the US government the Logan Act has never been enforced and it is arguably unconstitutional. And it's also premised on the idea that one might actually be able to convey to someone else that they're on behalf. The president at the Logan Act came about in the late seventeen hundreds as there were people trying to cut deals with the Fritsch after we. It looks like we're going to be at war with Britain again. People were going trying to cut deals in claiming to work on behalf of George Washington and they weren't and there was no telegram service. It took weeks to get ship across the Atlantic to say otherwise and so they pass the Logan. Act Making that prohibited. Well nowadays. You've got. You can pick up a phone you can get real world access and you also have television broadcasts because they This person doesn't actually work in the White House then. Probably they aren't working on behalf of the president of the United States but hey they are working on behalf of a presidential transition team of a new administration with new ideas. Perhaps we should be able to talk to them. The idea that the FBI wanted to primer on the Logan active again with his stupid. I mean stupid on stilts they should be fired just for taking the Logan Act seriously. But there's the other thing here as well is I understand the ZILLOW's nature of these investigators but they're investigators. They're not prosecutors. I don't believe the grand elaborate machinations of some of what the trump supporters say. But you don't have to believe that to recognize that the the US Judges who were in charge of the of the wiretaps the and the national security surveillance of the Pfizer court. That's what I'm looking for. The Pfizer Court the Pfizer court has already said that the FBI had been lying to them to get some these wiretaps and left out the evidence. You don't have to be a trump partisan to recognize that these guys are investigators. Their job is to try to get to the truth. Their job is not to try to entrap people and you can say well. That's what the FBI does well at the FBI is not there to serve as a tool of the US attorney to get prosecution. The FBI is Federal Bureau of Investigation. Not Fbi the Federal Bureau of Prosecution. They're there to investigate. So why would they hold information on the table to try to get someone to lie so that that person can be prosecuted? Because that's what the note say that that was their contemplation that should never have been a contemplation of the FBI. They said don't play a game predicting institution but that's playing a game that's played a game with someone's life take the trump administration out of the situation. You know I have refused to go down the rabbit holes of a lot of the conspiracy theorists of the hardcore trump supporters. Because so much of it doesn't make sense es The truth is Christopher Steele worked with the Democrats and Hillary Clinton to build the dossier on Donald Trump. He was afford opportunity. Relied on spies and a lot of the stuff is made up. I do not think it was a collaboration. With the Obama Administration to build the dossier or anything like that I. There's no evidence of that. There's never been evidence of that. They're certainly evidence that people who was in the dossier then leaked the Obama Administration. They became concerned into to the FBI. The FBI Begi- ability cases that. Hey Look Mike. Lynn get caught up in it. There are reasonable ways to approach this beyond the Cuckoo Cuckoo for cocoa couldn't conspiracy theories and too many people in the writer going down the conspiracy theory rabbit hole right now but even if you take the political reporting and not the Fox News reporting the reporting most sympathetic to the FBI still makes the FBI look bad and investigator should not be withholding evidence when trying to get to the truth to try to entrap a guy in the line so that they can prosecuting. And that's what the FBI did and we now know there is a pattern within the FBI. Run by James Comey not bipolar. But by James Comey and by Andrew McCabe to allow the investigators to dabble in not telling the truth so that they could get big prosecutions to essentially justify the PERP walk and earn their keep. And that's not how the FBI should be working. That's the problem here. You can take a reasonable approach in. Say Listen Mike. Flynn did something he should not have done. And he made promises to the Russians that had not been authorized by president-elect Donald Trump and that could put donald trump in it Sticky position. And we now know he lied to the Vice President about those conversations. That is at heart. What happened here. The FBI claim. Sally Yates remember her. The former acting attorney general who quit and is now a democratic Just just celebrity win to the vice president. This is what caused Mike. Flynn get fired. That he lied to the vice president about his contact with the Russians. We know he did lie to the vice president about his contact with the Russians. That's not in dispute by anybody including the vice president of the president but as that were sitting him to jail when ultimately we know the FBI was out to try to getting prosecuted by withholding their own information. I mean that's the thing is is. Flynn withheld information from vice president and denied something he should have admitted the FBI is just done. The exact same thing with Mike Flynn. It's me it's me. Welcome back the full number here if you want to be. Part of the program is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five so the World Health Organization is out praising Sweden you got a bunch of the president's supporters now just they don't know what to do y'all okay. I you know a couple of years ago I mean. Hell last year Multiple News outlets would would name me some sort of prominent number the conservative movement. And I've just been kind of horrified with the conservative movement. So many people just turned into drifters. And I know so many people and this is this is the most profound thing I know. So many people who I sat in rooms with who can't stand the president and to this day privately seethed with contempt for the man and yet they go on TV and act like they wanna Hump his leg. I know these people no. I'm not going to name and shame them. I'm not going to get into a PAEAN CONTEST WITH THEM. But he really is just perplexing me. Why can't you just tell people what you think? And let the chips fall. They were there. I mean I tell people that are going to vote for the Guy Man. The days of late wake up like can I really do. This told him I would though and I'm sure I will. I mean look at Gosh. Look at the Democrats and I don't think she's GonNa be viable so vote for the president. I but I recognize at least that most of what I'm getting from him comes in spite of him. Not Not not because of him. If I'm honest about it and you should be too but man I look at some of the people out there who they don't like the guy but in public they wanna Hump his leg and it is just. It's offensive to me as someone who I at least try to tell you what I think as opposed to tell you what I think you want me to think and you could disagree with me you can call in. I keep an open phone line here but watching the people who have been savaging the World Health Organization for weeks as they should the World Health Organization is a garbage organization that we should no longer be a part of given what they did to China given that they put in charge of the World Health Organization. A guy who helped murderous regimes in Africa and Nelson lead the world health organizations coming out and saying Sweden is a model of success or Wa. Because they've been praising Tweeden and now they find themselves in bed with World Health Organization and ironically and. This is where I'm going with this. The president has come out this morning and said double down instead shelter in place. Was the right thing to do in Sweden wrong. You know what the president's right on this and the World Health Organization is right on this and the people who were praising Sweden have completely misconstrued. What Sweden did in Sweden by? The way. Didn't work out. Do you know Sweden has more deaths and more infections than the rest of the Scandinavian countries combine now. Sweden only has twelve thousand infections which it looks okay except when you look per capita. It's a lot and they've got those twelve thousand infections. More than two thousand people have died most of them in senior centers in there seemed to be a lot of people willing to kill grandma these days. Sweden didn't get it right. The infection has been spreading. But here's the thing that people are missing. Sweden did begin to do more and more shutting down. They limited groups to two hundred than they limited groups to fifty than limited sporting events than they limited people in restaurants and they limited people in bars and they limited people in social contact. And they required social distancing in they finally had to shut down nursing homes. And you know it it. It is a situation where the viruses spread his tackle. I have been to Sweden. My people are Swedish. I have been been to multiple places in Sweden and Sweden is pretty spread out and this is a virus of urban areas in there only a couple of urban areas in Sweden for the virus to be able to spread and it is spreading through those areas. Three reasons Sweden looks. Okay is because of what's happening to the rest of the country where the virus has gotten too because none of those people are allowing people from Stockholm to show up. The president is actually right. And it's really funny to watch these people who've long hated him input into like him now being mad at him again. I I'm I'm just A new topic. You know I say all the time I started this show. I sit down in the morning as the sun is coming up and outline what I wanNA talk about it. Inevitably I get here and and the the also what was I going to talk about I this morning I was going to talk about rim. Desert any E. Bola And and and the fish tank later we'll get to all of those we will But there's this headline that is just. It's it's bizarre to me That this is from the politic. I'm just flabbergasted Is that During this plague year there is almost never good news only degrees of bad news even so the pandemic has been different for girls and women and then they write this. It's true that more men are dying than women from Cova. Nineteen around the world. But that's not exactly cause for celebration. That's not exactly more men. The no limit or dying. But that's not cause for celebration you think you think my goodness gracious And you know I am supposed to talk to Natasha. Tines this morning Who I believe is is going to be calling in here for a minute and I've been looking forward to talking to her and I'm hoping she can still call in she. She's got a book coming out and you will remember her and I I'll wait for the setup when she gets here. I hope we get her on the phone here and talk about this but right now I wanna spend a few moments going over the data in Georgia as the governor looks like I'm hearing a rumor. I do not know if it is true or not but I'm hearing a rumor that the governor is going to allow shelter in place to expire. Except it's going to be modified it's not going to be fully open it essentially Go do what you need to do and go home. D don't hang out Which will raise the question of bullying alison theaters and stuff But from what I'm hearing we're going to take a very similar approach to Florida in Alabama are doing. Which is we're going to reopen the state. Let people go out and about but You're going to be encouraged to wear masks and to not loiter and still keep social distancing wherever you go stuff like that so it's not going to be fully reopened And we'll find out. I guess leader. Today the governor intends to announce it later today Now let me give you the data here in Georgia. A hundred forty three thousand seven hundred ninety Tests have been conducted now. There are twenty five thousand. Eight hundred ninety seven confirmed cases. A total of five thousand nine hundred hospital admissions and a total of one thousand one hundred one deaths now. Where does that actually stand? In totals. Well are high In the last couple of weeks in the last ten days was April twentieth. It was eight forty one six hundred five on April twenty first six eighty five on April twenty second six five forty on April twenty third five fifty three on April twenty fourth to forty on April twenty fifth one sixty one on April twenty six to fifty eight on April twenty-seventh one ten on April twenty eighth and ninety five yesterday and six today. Now this is important because if you'll recall yesterday in the morning when we started the show there were six there. Were actually a total of ninety five that day and then the day before the twenty eighth Yesterday there were thirty five and it's gone up now why Because it can take twenty four to forty eight hours to get those test results in so the trend lines are still good. We are still in decline in the state of Georgia and it looks more and more like the death rate is also on decline in the state of Georgia. All of this is really good. News on top of that now It looks like a you gotTa to start hearing the Word Rim Desert Rim desert near it is a drug by Gilead Science rim. Desire was a drug that they developed to fight corona viruses specifically SARS murders and E. Bola most specifically for a Bulla and one of the things. Now I I am not a doctor and I am not an epidemiologist as you all know. I try to talk to him. I tried to get educated from him and I'm I'm happy to go into. What a number of them have told me about that video from the doctor to California. The Youtube took down and do want to talk about that today but what. I am hearing from multiple people and I have not specifically asked the question but I've been reading a lot on this. That one of the things Gilead. Science did as a thoughtful approach to rimmed. Reservoir is to treat these Corolla viruses as blood disorders not as pulmonary disorders in other words. The common symptoms of of Cove Nineteen. Or what that They they cause essentially pneumonia. They feel your lungs up. They cause pulmonary distress that then cascades into heart distress the number one cause of a covert nineteen death as a heart attack But in the last week or two you've heard these stories come out that doctors globally have found Klotz and microdots lots people having strokes who have gotten cove nineteen will. Ebola is a corona virus and Ebola. Virus that is a blood disorder in the more. We've learned about SARS it's pulmonary issue but also a blood disorder interim desert has targeted that aspect of it and looks like it's working The National Institutes of Health has more coming out that I want to talk a little bit more about that as we can but My friends sunny bunch Who's at rebel media reached out to me Couple weeks ago last week. I guess he did and he asked if I was interested in talking to an author who has a book coming out they called me white and you may remember the story that Natasha Tines tweeted out just very innocently. A picture on twitter of someone saying that You know you get in trouble. If you're on the DC metro and they see you eating and well. There was a uniformed employees eating. She tweeted it out. And and just the twitter age mob came for her and her book got cancelled and and Sunny Bunches company that he's visited with rebel media a they decided to publish the they called me. Wyatt and I'm actually really interested to talk about this book in the related story Because of how I grew up Is Different from how Natasha grew up but I grew up in the Middle East as well. And so some of this I can relate to and so Natasha is joining me. Thank you very much for taking time out of your morning to this. Thank you for having me so first of all before we get into the book and everything you if you wouldn't mind just just give folks your your background. I know your family is from Jordan. Were you born there or were you born in the United States? I was born and raised in Jordan. I went to high school. They're all my family's still there my sisters and my friends. I moved to the US in my late thirties So it's been almost two teen years of living in the US and You know the US citizen now. But Yeah I mean it's my background. Is You know I like to go up speaking Arabic and Just so that's that's about me so I grew up in Dubai there when I was five moved back to the states when I was fifteen. We used to have E E mack these military athletic conference which was like our High School Athletic Association. We'd have kids from the American community school in Amman. Stay with US when Kids from there would come to Dubai to participate in basketball tournaments and stuff I have been to Amman once And absolutely love love the country and and love grow up over there and and so i. I guess there's relevant tie there and then I. I know when this when the tweet situation happened. You had mentioned that you didn't grow up in this country and you didn't understand that dynamic and yet the rage Bob came anyway and I. I felt so much sympathy for you at the time and remember writing about this that that I've been blasted in this country before for things. I've said that I really. They went over my head. Because I didn't grow up here with these dynamics and I've lived in the south. I've had to come to terms with that over time that there's some things that just don't get and I was just. I was fascinated by that aspect of it With you and just I felt so bad for you at the time that the mob game. Yeah I mean what happened that day is I. I wasn't the DC metro go into work and I Metro in uniform. And you know I if you live in. Dc There's a culture Criticizing the DC metro is. It has lots of issues. You know the rest. Yeah they're headlines. I'm on the red line you know. I tweeted. I've been reading about the DC metro like you know many other people in DC. For years you know and I I never thought twice about it. Like Hey Metro. One of your years is Eating On the chain. You know the idea for me was like the hypocrisy of the DC metro. And in retrospect I should not have taken pictures of the the the you know I that was An URN judgmental. I should have if I should have done this in a more private manner. But you know it was like I was rushing and you know so I just took a picture of the tweets And they can that I got I mean. I understand that action. Does you know I should not have done this in public but the action I was racist just really blew my mind. I was like what are they talking about? And you know we live in the DC. It's very multi culture. There are people from every. And it's not you know my kids school for example Why are minority? So I never thought of the women's The color of her skin. When I did that I am and at how it was twisted. It just talk to me and I and after after the months of what's what's happened. I realized that there was a conversation happening about these kinds of race issues in the especially when it comes to To using social media that I was not privy to and I fell victim to that complex race relationship in the US. And I don't really belong to any parties like I'm not you know the the. Us does not see me as white. And I'm not white and I'm not African American so the idea that I just felt in the midst of this conversation and I was attacked and was called called all sorts of names and ironically People directed racers slurs. Nino calling me terrorists calling me like desert water. I'm ashes Bob. You know whatever they called me. It was just was always just shock to the degree that I even got death threats. They made fun of my kids. They make fun of my husband. They called me fat. They called me. You know the B word you know. I'm not GonNa see these things on live radio but but it just was shocking to me. And in retrospect I realize maybe if I grew up in this country I would have been more understanding of of how this would have been perceived. I really had no clue because I just saw her. As as an employee and not as a black employee like everyone thought that I saw her. It's the whole thing was unfortunate that this is out of control but that that's that's not the only reason I wanted to talk to you about all this because I want to talk about your book which I'm fascinated by an and let me give you a little bit of a the audience a little bit of background so this is Natasha Times. I'm talking to and she's an expert on the Middle East. She's appeared on on National International TV programmes. She's been on. Pbs He's been a Larry King Live She's been on. Cbs BBC. She's been to the Washington Post she's been the Jordan Times. And now you've written a book. That is is nothing like that About Middle Eastern expertise per se. They called me why it and I is is. Every journalist really an inspired writer behind the scenes and in wants to write a book. As you've done yeah I think so I you know when I got into journalism because I love writing since I was really young. I you know I started writing in Arabic and you know an elementary school in Jordan and a always that had a talent for writing. I always used to like riding awards and for me thinking about my career. I started writing in newspapers when when I was eighteen and then I actually went to a college and I did. Science not even a journalism but then I started writing in newspapers and then I got a full scholarship from the British government and they sent me to live in London for a year. And a half where. I got my master's in international journalism. But you know what drew me to being? A journalist was my love for rioting and While my book is fiction it's You know deal with issues with supernatural issues. Like the incarnation But really the book is really about growing up in the Middle East and talks about current issues. Which is being an immigrant in the US and dealing with with those issues and ironically it also talks about race and base issues You know with a special focus on Being an Arab woman in the US and he read my book. Realize I was actually the harsh on both culture. I was. I was critical of the country was also critical of the American culture. And I think this is when you live in both cultures. You're kind of limbo You you don't know where you belong one foot in place the other foot in the other place and that was really what I tried to explain or explore in my novel. Well we've only got about a minute left but but I love the concept of being able to explain those things through the idea of a if I understand it right because I I've got a copy of it but have not yet plowed through whatever. I've read the Synopsis Though. It's about a age RADIAN STUDENT. Who's murdered whose consciousness survives and takes a home in someone else to try to sell the lead. A little plot twist there's as to lose the consciousness takes up in but but to try to solve the murder in in in seeing lifers. I've just I'm fascinated by that concept. Yeah I mean you surprised at the concept came to me in a dream I always have. I always have vivid dreams. Maybe because I grew up is but it's it's idea it came to me in a dream and it was so vivid and it's also real that. I was so compelled to write it down and I wrote a short story and five years later. Now it is so this came to life. We'll Natasha. I'm out of time but thank you so much for stopping by I. Actually I have a copy of it myself. I'm excited to read it. I bought my copy. It wasn't it wasn't a review copy. I out and bought it. I didn't realize that I could in in so in sunny emailed me got it and thank you so much for joining me. I look forward to reading it. I'm very excited by the just the whole concept of the novel. Thank you thank you very much. I hope you enjoy thank you. That's the trashy tights her book. They called me Wyatt The plot was I know what the plot twist is Is She essentially a student is murdered and their consciousness survives? They want to solve their own murder and their consciences takes up residence In the body of someone else as to who it is. I'M GONNA leave it there. You should read the book. I'm actually really excited to read this. I really read novels But I was intrigued by this. Oh they called me Wyatt by Natasha. Tines who famously. Nearly got her book unpublished in fact it had to go to a different publisher because the first publisher refused to continue publishing it after the rage mob came for her well. I'm going to tease you here for the for the top of the hour that the Stacey Abrams campaign to become vice president is starting to Get Open criticism from members of the Democratic Party. It's it's not going the way that I'm presuming. She well listen. She's she's a smart person. She had to know that there was going to start being pushed back I. I don't know that she knew that it was going to be as as vocal as it is or from the direction it's coming Want to talk about that when we come back right now though I do want to tell you that there is some hope out there on the horizon. It caused markets to rail yesterday. Rim desert the the drug. I was talking about earlier. It is showing hope in a and you know this is very much like what we're seeing with a hydroxy Clark. When we're the reviews are still very very mixed if not trending towards. It's not that good of a drug for use on this but where it does seem to show. Some promises is towards the beginning of symptoms if you can get it towards the beginning of symptoms. It alleviates the symptoms quickly. Rim Denver is very much in the same boat where it looks like when people are really are bad off it may not work but if the symptoms are still mild it may end. There's also work being done on a vaccine. I gotTa tell you though this will not surprise you but This is the New York. Times is actually from the Orlando Sentinel. But His New York Times story let me read you. The headline trump seeks push to speed vaccine despite safety concerns president. Donald Trump is pressing his health officials to pursue a crash development program for Corona Virus Vaccine. That could be widely distributed by the beginning of next year despite widespread skepticism. That such an effort could succeed in considerable concern about the implications for safety though. White House made no public announcement of the effort. Called operation. Warp speed in. Some officials apparently tried to talk the president down telling him it would be more harmful to set an unreasonably short deadline than might result in a faulty vaccine than wait for safer. Wait a second now. This is not just the president of the United States. These are senior advisors. These are people in the medical community these researchers around the world. They're all rushing to get a vaccine but there's a trump angle there's an angle by which the New York Times can make the president look bad in so they must pursue it and Russia Te. I'm actually kind of fascinated by that. I mean really. I am a because the story has been out there For weeks that they were trying to Russia vaccine. They were trying to come up with vaccine. They were trying to cut as much red tape as they could. They were trying to find as many guinea pigs as they could tell. There was a story the other day for that October University researchers. We're worried that shelter in place was being too effective and they need people to get sick so they can test the virus because they want to rush it and yet suddenly. It's blame trump. I would treat these stories more credibly. If they didn't come every day in contracts many other stories out there of others who are trying to rush to find a vaccine is seriously honestly. This is ridiculous And this is where we are with these sorts of stories always about blame. The president blamed the president. Never about what's actually going on. Hello and welcome. Media's Eric Erickson here the Erik Erikson show the full number is eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I very much appreciate you being with me this morning and I do need to talk about the. I need to talk about the virus but I don't WanNa talk about Y'all I'm I'm tired of talking about the virus I'm trying to move on and it just keeps bringing us back doesn't it. There is news and I do need to get to the and I may put it off until tomorrow and I may interview the governor this afternoon. In which case. I'll bring you that tomorrow. The governor is looking at reopening. The state today is the last day of shelter in place and I am hearing rumors. They are unconfirmed rumors that we may be allowed out of our houses. But there be modeled modifications. It won't be just getting rid of the order. There will be some requirements on leaving your house and how to go about your daily lives in. And here's the problem. Let me so I was. I was at A. I don't want to name and shame and I'm local so I gotta be careful here but it's it's it's relative so I I went to. My wife has a favor Japanese restaurant last night. Last night I went to my wife's favorite Japanese restaurant last night and got her chicken for pickup. And when you walk into this restaurant they have shares a placed around of far apart from each other issue orders. Not and then they have tape every six feet where people can stand and if there's a line to keep everyone socially distanced and so I did that. I thought you know I. I haven't had Chinese while I really so there's a great Chinese assure Atlantico lease Golden Buddha. They have fantastic Chinese food other Roswell road in Atlanta. If you ever get there. They're my favorite. Chinese restaurant will in. Macon we got a Chinese restaurant. That's really good. It used to be an old steak and Ale restaurant and I called and I could tell. The poor woman was frazzled. I decided I'd get me Chinese food. she was fragile. You could tell. She was answering multiple folds and largely working by herself. Will I went picked up my wife's food and then drove up the street to the Chinese restaurant. They have this little anteroom. It's their insurance way and everyone. There were people piled in their meaning. Netware master you know. I didn't have my mask on. I keep it in my car and I just thought I'm the only one here. All while I was there the poor woman so frazzled and other people were just coming in and talking and hanging out and waiting for their food of this poor woman screwing around with like we. We're all piled in here together and I left. And they're only a couple of people in there and and a lot of people see the light of they were going. They were standing outside. Which was they were taking it on their own initiative standing outside but as I was leaving there were other people coming in who clearly did not care it did not think it was a big deal and when I left there were these people piled in there and I could tell the woman was having to shoot people out so that they didn't get in trouble. She was doing the best she could. She was the only person I felt terrible for her. I felt like I needed to go back in there and help her answer phones and take orders and I thought this is why the viruses going to spread again. People are stupid. People don't think it's a big deal. I know so many people who think it's not a big deal who say own only old people get it and you know there was a story in people magazine yesterday that a twenty nine year old woman in Los Angeles who run social media for people magazine died of girl the virus twenty nine years old. We're we're I you know I'm I'm we're going to continue in our household to largely shelter in place because people are stupid. No disrespect to the governor. I listen I totally get it. You know there's the story in in the Atlantic about Let me I was. GonNa say this for the next hour but let me go in and get to this as I'm rambling on about some Georgia's experiment human sacrifice that's the actual headline in the Atlantic Georges Experiment in human sacrifice. And the subtitle is the state is about to find out how many people to lose their lives to shore up the Economy Mil. Let me read you the beginning of the story at first Derek Kenna value. And I don't know if I'm pronouncing his last name writer not Derek. Kim Value Thought he would be able to ride out the girl virus pandemic at home until things were safe as a bar manager at the globe in Athens Georgia can evaluate. Has it been allowed to work for weeks? Local officials in Athens Issue. Georgia's first local shelter in place order on March. Nineteenth cancelling the events that usually make spring a busy time for Athens bars effectively. Eliminating the city's Rowdy Downtown Party district built around the University of Georgia. The state's governor. Brian Kemp followed in early April with the state wide. Shut down but then the governors can value in what he calls spreadsheet. Hell in an announcement. Last week Kim abruptly reversed course on the shutdown Indian many of his own restrictions on businesses and overruling. Those put in place by mayors throughout the state on Friday gyms churches near and Haile Selassie Harris lawns near hair and nail salons. Y'All I'M HALF CAJUN WE SOME DAYS. I can't talk and Tattoo. Parlors were allowed to reopen if the owners were willing yesterday restaurants and movie theaters came back. The U-TURN has left Georgian scrambling Cannavaro. Yo has spent dazed crunching the numbers to figure out whether reopening his bar is worth the safety risk or even feasible in the first place given how persistent safety concerns could crater demand for leisurely indoor happy hour. We can't figure out a way to make the numbers work to sustain business in pay rent and pay everybody to go back to work in risk our lives. He told me if I tried to open on Monday. We'd be closed in two weeks. Probably for good and with more debt on our hands. How is that Brian? Kemp's problem first of all. You know bars and nightclubs aren't even allowed to reopen. So why are you focusing on a bar now? This is apparently a pub but does he the majority of its business from food. Because if it doesn't it's not supposed to reopen and then it doesn't have to why I this is. This is a story written with editorial bias to begin with I mean. I know people who are upset with the governor for going ahead and doing this who read the article like this isn't even fair to the governor. This isn't even fair to what's happening. It's not. It is an editorial bias. Premised on you know those rednecks southern states are going to get. Everybody killed you know. Buzzfeed has a story out about the alliances the Northern Alliance the Western Alliance the Midwest Lions of states. That are trying to get back to business. Let me I took a screen of this. This is hilarious. This is from buzzfeed while some states may decide on relaxing their cove nineteen restrictions individually others including Michigan and Minnesota have joined regional alliances to coordinate their plans. This chart shows the trajectory of new cases for these regional groups. The Western group comprises California Oregon Washington the Midwest Group includes Illinois Indiana Kentucky Michigan Minnesota Ohio and Wisconsin and the Northeast Group is Connecticut Delaware Massachusetts New Jersey New York Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Where's the south? Where where's the south in this? The they're they're they're nowhere not listed. You've Got Georgia Florida South Carolina Alabama Mississippi and Tennessee. And possibly now Arkansas coming together in a regional alliance and buzzfeed ignores them as if they don't even exist now in fairness is a friend pointed out the last time southern states got together in a regional alliance. Didn't go so well well for them. I'm talking about the SEC. With badly for them because they weren't in the SEC. But you know what he was talking about you. You know you know what he really meant. And that's fair but still you know. I have a sneaking suspicion I do that. There is more data out there so I spend most of my day. In fact I got to rebut the doctor out. She conspiracy theory here in a moment. That's that's taking hold of stuff but before I do that. A I have a little bit of a conspiracy theory. It's not much of one. But if the data is true that sunshine and heat and humidity will curtail the virus. Southern States stand benefit now. Why the southern states why not Arizona? Why not New Mexico well because it seems to be a combination of heat and humidity? Why heat and humidity? I don't quite understand it. But you know your breath is water vapor and the virus gets into the water vapor of your mouth and you expel that water vapor with the virus and people inhale it and they get it will if you've got water vapor in the air and the water vapor in the air is warm and a lot of it It makes it harder for the virus to transmit because there's no not a lot of water vapor in the air when you breathe out the Water Vapor will then your water vapor is basically the water vapor there that people breathe it in I. I'm I'm try. I'm not a scientist and I am probably getting this completely wrong. But humidity and high temperatures seem to help now. I have said several times here. What about Singapore? Singapore has high humidity and has been hot. It's been in the nineties and the viruses spreading there again and multiple reporters have pointed out to me. The reason it's spreading in Singapore is because of migrant work tournaments where people are living together in large complexes You've got ten people living in a bedroom. And they're spreading it among themselves as the migrant worker spread. It's not the residential spread. It is because of the clusters and living conditions so there is data to suggest that otherwise. It's going to work that he didn't humidity work. And if so then the south is going to be okay. If that's true the south will be fine. Georgia will be fine if that's true. There's still a lot we don't know but part of me wonders. If at the back of their minds some of these reporters realized this that the South has an advantage that the northwest and the northeast. Don't have the heat and humidity of the south will actually help them win. The virus Tries despite that we will have weather. What's what's the let me pull this up on my on my Handy Dandy Laptop right here in front of me of because you know we're we're we had these storms come through and what's the weather forecast it's going to be in the Eighties Bhai Sunday. Seventy-nine I'm that that's Atlanta. What about making in making it'll be seventy five more than eighty one eighty six and then eighty eight in Athens? It's going to be in the eighties. Eighty six on Sunday Gorges in Athens sunny in Clarksville. It's going to be eighty two in gorgeous in Rome. It's going to be gorgeous in eighty. It's going to be in the eighty S. It's going to be beautiful. People are going to want to be outside. The weather is going to be warmed up. Keep your social distance. And maybe the weather the humidity. The heat of the summer in the South is going to actually help us. And it's just interesting to me. How so many people in the media that they would run these these crummy stories about Georgia by the way Colorado and other states to re you're out here in these stories about these states not hearing stories about Colorado I. I wonder if it has anything to do with the Democratic governor there as opposed to the Republican governor who had the audacity to beat Stacey. Abrams pretty sure that has a lot to do with the coverage of Georgia right now but a lot of reporters are just ignoring the south altogether. And Yeah there's some contemptuous of the south. I get that. There's a contemptuous of trump country. But I really do think that a lot of their kind of ignoring the south because they realize that there is a latent advantage to the heat and humidity of the south when it comes to find this fires if the briefing from the White House last week the Clorox Brevine was was was right. The doctor said that we're seeing heat and humidity actually does work to lower the transmission of the virus that means the southern summer is going to give us an advantage. That New England and in North West don't have northern California doesn't have that northern California's in the in the seventies and foggy all the time and so they got just ignore us all together that that's that's my conspiracy. I realize I am saying it's a conspiracy theory because I got no evidence of that but it is curious. How much of the media's just completely ignored the south now in its coverage of the viral spread man. Poor old Chris Hayes on MSNBC. I woke up this where he still trending Chris. Hayes is still trending on twitter. Why because of this monologue should be believed on. Its face but that you do have to fight yourself when you feel that impulse you have to do that. In order to take seriously what is being alleged and what the evidence is and to evaluate it and that is the case with the accusation by a woman named Tara Reid against jokes read briefly worked as a Senate in binds office early nineties last year. She told a California newspaper. The nineteen ninety-three Joe Biden. Quote touched her several times making her feel uncomfortable. Now that time read was one of several women who came forward around that moment with accusations against the former vice president of inappropriate sort of over physical touching kissing or hugging that they say made them feel uncomfortable then last month she made him much more serious allegation telling. I A podcast and later the New York Times that in Nineteen ninety-three Joe Biden. Pinner to a wall in the Senate building reached under her clothing and penetrated her with his fingers retold the Times if she filed a complaint with the Senate that same year about what about what happened with by quote. She said she did not have a copy of it and such paperwork has not been located now. Read also said. She complained to Biden's executive assistant as well as to two top aides about harassment by Mr by not mentioning the alleged assault. All three of those people who were interviewed by The Times. Deny having a memory of a complaint a spokeswoman for Joe Biden says the allegation is false and they have strongly denied this week. There was also a new development. The story and that is a terrorist former neighbor at the time went on the record with her name telling business insider that ninety hundred ninety five or nineteen ninety-six a few years after this that read told her she had been assaulted by. Nbc News. Reach out to raise neighbor. Who later confirmed by text? Message the story this on the record reporting from a neighbor. Roughly contemporaneous relaying. The story has rightly occasioned a new round of coverage scrutiny also creates mysterious tension within the Progressive Coalition about how the Biden and that clip cuts. Other you get the though. He's in hot. Water with the left. For daring daring to broach the subject of what happened. I it really actually is kind of amazing the we're in this divide. You know the the one of the founding members of the METOO movement is really standing with Biden This is from the founder of the point me too movement which is succeeded. In exposing countless male sexual predators across the country in the world is refusing to denounce Jill Biden even as e stands accused of sexually assaulting one of his aides in Nineteen ninety-three Drought Burke who is generally seen as the primary activists for the metoo movement said that voters should not focus too much on the allegation of Biden's accuser to read the Defensive Joe Biden should wrestling whether or not. He's a good guy or our only hope instead. He could demonstrate what it looks. Like to be both accountable. And Electable Burke notes has been afforded the opportunity to speak her truth. Biden has not yet been asked about any of this stuff and Listen MILANO IS COMING OUT. You know listen. Milano was believe all women and Hollywood is full of predators and we need to bring them all down and women need to stick up for women and man she is not sticking up for Terry. She is throwing that woman under the bus wants. Nothing to do with her. Wants to defend Joe Biden does not want to live up to her own standard and I actually want to spend a little time on that when we come back and I need more time than I got right now. I WANNA take your comments and calls as well. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Let me play this though by Jonathan Karl on. Abc News known you a long time. Some of our viewers are going to watch this. They're gonNA say justice. Cavenaugh was treated horribly by the media. Joe Biden. They think he's getting very light treatment and they say they see you and some of your colleagues in that briefing room. And they say you're just playing Gotcha. Here's your fair chance to respond. Well we'll look in fact. Abc News just Is about to post a story on the allegations against Joe Biden when I go into that briefing room not asking questions of Joe Biden if if if I was I'd be a different set of questions than when I'm asking questions of Donald Trump. There is no question at that. These allegations against Vice President Biden. We're GONNA have to be answered for. He's going to have to answer these questions. And I think you're seeing the story as more evidence has come forward It's it's being covered in fact. I think it's on the front page of The Washington Post today. Yeah he's GonNa have to cover it. They're not going to be able to get out of this. They're going to have to find a way to talk about situation because it continues to drip out The so Biden's team was. And you heard Stacey Abrams you know. Let me play where. Where's the sorted? Stacey? Abrams be Biden's campaign says untrue. Never happened is this a credible allegation. I believe that women deserve to be heard and I believe that they need to be listened to but I also believe those allegations have to be investigated by credible sources. The New York Times did a deep investigation and they found that the accusation was not credible. I believe Joe Biden. I believe that he is a person who has demonstrated that his love of family his love of our community has been made perfectly clear through his work citing the New York Times. Well hang on. This is for Mike Breast The Washington examiner. The New York Times is issued a strong rebuke of the Biden Campaign for allegedly misrepresenting the publications deep dive into sexual assault allegations levied against the presidential contender. Terry fifty-six who worked inviting Senate office ninety three alleged that Biden inappropriately touched her in Did all this other stuff The Biden campaign is instructing supporters to us. Talking points. Referencing the New York Times recent investigation however. The newspaper accused the Biden. Team of misconstruing the findings. Hey wait a second stacey. Abrams was just using those talking points. Was She using talking points? Welcome back at his Eric. Erickson here the full number eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. My goodness gracious this happened. Alison CAMMARATA ON CNN with Nancy. Pelosi understand. Okay Speaker. I also WanNa ask you about former vice president Joe Biden and about this allegation that is being made by one of his former. Senate staffers Do you think that it is time for vice? President Biden to address this head on himself. Well I have great sympathy for any women who bring forth an allegation big strong supporter of the metoo movement. I I think it's been a great made a great contribution to our country and and I do support Joe Biden. I'm satisfied with how he has responded. I know him. I was proud to endorse him. The other day very proud to endorse him And so I'm satisfied with that. I mean he hasn't to be clear he hasn't address it. His campaign has addressed it but he has not directly addressed. It should he directly publicly address. It it's a matter that he has to deal with but I am impressed with the people who worked for him at the time saying they absolutely never heard one iota of information about this. Nobody ever brought forth a con a claim or had anybody else. Tell them about such a client about again. We have an important election at hand. Wonder is I think most important ones that would have. We say that a reelection but I think this is the most crucial and I supported him because he's a person of great values integrity imagination and a connection to the American people. He understands the kitchen. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah there's this is starting to sound like Stacey average just just remarkable let me go back to the Abrahams bid. Let me play this again. From what Biggie. Don Lemon Joe. Biden's campaign says untrue never happened. Is this a credible allegation? I believe that women deserve to be heard and I believe that they need to be listened to but I also believe those allegations have to be investigated by credible sources. The New York Times did a deep investigation and they found that the accusation was not credible. I believe Joe Biden. I believe that he is a person who has demonstrated that his love of family his love our community has been made perfectly clear through his work. I I can cut that out there because you notice she to brings up the New York Times and now we know from buzzfeed and the New York Times of all things That this was a talking point of the Biden campaign. The Biden campaign is pushing people to say the New York Times thoroughly investigated and now the New York. Times is pushing back and saying wait. Not so fast. It wasn't a thorough investigation. Stop telling people that well now. We have a list of Milano and this is this is hilarious. Talk about trying to to split the baby and she's no King Solomon. This is her writing and deadline about the terror. Reid matter when I sent the METOO tweet which helped spark of movement by amplifying the work of Toronto Burke in twenty seventeen. I didn't know what it would bring. I knew I was in pain. I knew millions of women around the world were in pain and I knew how lowly that pain was. How isolating the experience of being a victim of sexual assault was and how bad it was for us as a nation and as a species but then it took off it has a moment became a as a moment became a movement that had been relegated to the shadows by a patriarchal system and we stepped out into the light together. It was breathtaking powerful and changed the world. It also changed me. Isn't it instructive that conversations about gender violence continued to haunt men of power when we live in a culture who structure fundamentally thrive upon the objectification oppressive woman. It is not surprising that men who participate in these practices. Find great success in life Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But here we go get ready as it activist. It can be very easy to develop of black and white view of the world. Things are clearly wrong or clearly right. Harvey Weinstein's decades of rape were clearly wrong. Donald Trump's alleged sexual assaults were clearly wrong bread Cavallo's action told consistently over decades by his victim and supported by her polygraph results. Were clearly wrong. Sober Matt. Lauer's bill cosby's and so many others. We started holding politicians and business leaders celebrities around the world accountable for their actions. It was easy to sort things into their perspective buckets. This is wrong. This is right. Holding people for their actions was not only right. It was just except it's not always so easy and living in the grey areas is something we're trying to figure out in the world of social media in here's something social media doesn't afford US nuance. The world is gray and as as that makes people gray is where the real change happens. Black and white is easy graze. The place women come together out of the glare of the election and speak. Our truths are doubts. Our hopes our convictions and test them against the light in the dark. Oh good Lord here we go. It's not up to women to admonish or absolve perpetrators or to be regarded as complicit when we don't denounce them. Nothing makes that clearer than the women who are still supporting Joe Biden even with these accusations. Hillary Clinton Harris Stacey Abrams Amy Klobuchar Nancy Pelosi and Elizabeth Warren have all endorsed. Biden. Enlighten me. Continue to support him because it's an impossible choice. It falls upon women to navigate within the system of men's design to make pragmatic choices that we hope will lead us to more equal future. I still support Joe Biden. Because I believe that's the best choice for the future and again it's not up to women to absolve perpetrators. How progressive women choose between the BLINKY BLINK? Grabber AND CHIEF. Who's done so much to damage our country and a man who's had allegations made against him in black and white world we'd have a woman to rally behind replace trump. Instead of an electoral college would says white men or the dry people driving the charge yet again this year. The allegations against Joe Biden concern me deeply. He's a man I know. Respected Admire and who? I can't picture doing any of the things which is accused. But I've thought that before and been wrong in sexual assault is always wrong. This is position where it is women. But make no mistake. Thought because of women spoilt isn't a men's Bolt Oh my goodness as forest is accuser. I want every survivor to have space to tell their story but I also don't want her to be fodder for the machine and I honestly don't know what's next believing women. It was never about believe all women no matter what it yes it was at the time it was about changing the culture of not believing women by default it was about ending the Patriarchy's dangerous drive for self preservation at all costs victims. Be Damned. It's okay to be confused by the complexities progressive women. Face it every choice. It's okay to feel like there's no right way out just the best way available. It's okay to look at evidence and come to your own conclusion. It's okay to vote the way you want it. It's okay to wish it was also very different. I want powerful men and women to continue to be held accountable for their bad actions. I want victims to be free to be heard. I want there to be honest process proving out accusations one way or the other and I wanNA keep having the conversation great googly Mughal. My head hurts. That's a long way to say. Yeah Joe Biden. Maybe did it but the other guy is worse. But she doesn't really want to say that does she? I don't even know how many words this was. Let's See da Da. I'm doing this on the fly. Why because I'm There's there's there's always a method of well there's not always method amandus. Let's be honest to. Am I kidding here? But still you get my point This is approximately a thousand one hundred eighty thrill. Let's let's cut all that stuff outright. They're a thousand eighty two words. A thousand eighty two words elicit Milano wrote to basically say Yeah Bide. Mata got it but I'm still vote for him because he's only two alleged to have grabbed a woman by her own. Donald Trump says he did it. That's that's that's that's her standard in. Hey more power to her more power to her but really do we need a an illicit. Milano has been been preaching about all this stuff for so long to do this. This is this is a let me. Go back to the spirit. It's not up to women to admonish or absolve perpetrators or to be regarded as complicit when we don't announce a but that was her whole mo earlier with Brett cavenaugh. You see that was what they did. Let's not allow them to revise history now to defend Joe Biden. And that's what this is about. Listen y'all the allegation about Joe Biden from terra. Regis thirty years old and she said nothing when he was being vetted to be vice president. She said nothing when the New York Times was asking women about Joe Biden being groping ropy. She waited until she admitted it on a podcast sometime later. She didn't say anything at the time. She said nothing it. If we believe the Stacey Abrams is of the world we we. We have to admit that there are times that because of men in power women. Don't say anything when they could would they should. They should stand up there too scared and we need to be sympathetic to him. Until maybe that's the case but the issue here I want you to understand this from my perspective and you can disagree but from my perspective the issue here is not that Joe Biden sexually assaulted terror. Read thirty years ago any more than it is that Brett Kavanagh sexually assaulted Christine Blazey Ford forty years ago. That's not the issue whether you believe it happened in either case or not. That's not the issue. The issue here is the very same people who condemned Brett cavenaugh are given a pass to Joe Biden. They'll believe Christine. Blazey Ford who had no witnesses? But they won't believe terror read who has multiple people who corroborated in near time that she told them they'll believe Christine Lazy for who told no one ever until Brett Cavanaugh was headed to the Supreme Court but they will believe here a reed who told her neighbor who told co workers who told people that she was roommates with at the time They won't believe terror read win win. One of the key details that she was taken off helping interns and the intern who were there the time say yep she was taken off openness no explanation given they won't believe the audio of terror reads mother calling. Larry King Live Theresa's Roman even call the Larry King Live and by God. We then find video or audio of this woman. Call it into Larry King Live. All of that stuff happened in real time. And we're not supposed to believe any of this stuff. We're not supposed to believe it yes. I'm wondering what A staffer would to do. Besides go to the press in Washington. My daughter has just left there After working for prominent senator and could not get through with the problems at all and the only thing she could have done with go to the press and she chose not to do it out of respect for him. She had a story to tell but out of respect for the person she worked for. She didn't tell him their share reads mother in the ninety s as all the stuff is being discussed. Are we not supposed to believe Mama Mama since passed away multiple legal said Yep? That's her mom recognized the voice. There's a lot of evidence that that it happened. There's also new evidence Joe Biden. Did this did anyone else. But the issue has never been about whether or not he did it. And that's what you need to see here. The issue is about the way the media covered Brad Kavanagh versus the way. The media's covering this Joe Biden has had multiple interviews since the terror read allegations came out and no one has asked him about it. No one has bothered to challenge him and when Stacey. Abrams went on Don Lemon show on Monday night. She was Parenti Parodying Multiple Times on multiple times in that interview. She cited the New York. Times is thorough investigation and now again the New York Times. This is from Mike breast at the Washington Examiner The New York Times issued a strong rebuke of the Biden Campaign for allegedly misrepresenting the publications deep dive into sexual assault allegations levied against the presidential contender. Terroristic fifty-six who worked Biden Senate office in ninety-three alleged Joe Biden inappropriately touched her the presumptive Democratic presidential campaign. has denied the allegations. Biden. Has An address them. The Biden campaign is instructing supporters to us. Talking points. Referencing the New York Times recent allegations. Here's what they said. Buzzfeed reported on the existence of talking points being circulated by the Biden campaign that in a accurately suggest a New York Times investigation found that terror reads allegation. Did Not Happen. Danielle Roads Ha the papers vice president. Communications told The Washington Examiner A. Wednesday. Our investigation made no conclusion either way as buzzfeed correctly reported our story three Senate. Aides whom Reed said. She complained to contemporaneous. All of whom either did not remember the incident or said that it did not happen. The story also included former interns. Who remembered read suddenly changing roles and no longer overseeing them which took place during the same time period read says she was abruptly reassigned. The Times also spoke to a friend who said read told her the details of the allegations at the time. Another friend and reads brother say she told them the traumatic sexual incident involving Biden. So in other words you've got the New York Times coming out insane. The Biden campaign is telling people use this talking point and the talking point is not accurate. And you've got stacey. Abrams going on television. Parroting the Joe Biden talking point in other words Stacey. Abrams was insane. What she thought she was saying. What the Joe Biden Campaign told her to say? Maybe Don Lemon should have a do over. By the way this is another one this would makes me laugh. this is about Katie Hill California congresswoman resigns amid allegations of fair with her staffer. Although it's more than that apparently there were all sorts of other things in pressure brought to bear according to some but so Michael Stern who is a prosecutor former federal prosecutor says Katie. Hill had a consensual affair with a staffer. Cavanaugh was credibly charged with attempted Rape Katie hills resigning. He's all the Supreme Court. Democrats stopped going high when they go low. Take a lesson from Ralph Northam And now he's saying I've been holding my tongue on thoughts on terror reads allegations of sexual assault about Joe Biden. I've never been any good at remaining silent. So he's attacking terror read you know one of his attacks. Tarita read. This column is actually kind of funny. believe it or not. This is happening on the left now. Is that Tara? Reid is a Putin plant. You knew this was gonNA happen. It always goes back Vladimir Bhutto by. Gosh someone's accused Joe Biden of something. Inappropriate must be Vladimir Putin behind it. This guy is actually doing that. Do you knew what was going to happen you. You knew it was going to happen. It's always Vladimir Putin fault people little pootie-poot. He's in charge of everything. If something bad happens it's it's it's Putin. Oh my goodness gracious You Know I. I wonder how much longer we're going to hear stories of Juneau. Why southern states are recovering faster from Corona virus? The New England in the northwest Russia's been helping Russia's sent them supplies it's flat him or Putin. Who's protecting them really? It's terrible there but the Putin machines I mean. It's always always blame Putin on the presidency. This is why there is a serious situation building with China. There is a real serious situation building with China and we need to figure out a way forward to be able to deal with the Chinese situation. We need to figure out a way. Forward to be able to combat China and too many members of the press are sympathetic to China. Think how often we've had members of the press pedal stories including CNN and the New York Times and the Times in USA Today and the Washington Post and MSNBC. All say that China handle this so well the the Chinese military did well. They stepped up. The Chinese are doing well. Y'All they're really see I I. I just have the sneaking suspicion that members of the press think. Hey if the Chinese and the Russians are both going to do this we should at least go with China I I just. I have this sneaking suspicion that that's where we're going to go with this that Hey China and Russia. They're both bad but the Chinese are less bad. Have you been Shanghai? Look how so technologically adept it is. We should go with the Chinese. I I I really do think that there's a discussion here. The Chinese are they just disappear you. If you're a member of the press the Russians throw you out of of high buildings. That wouldn't surprise me at all I we got problems here. Folks we got real problems with the media that hate the president so much. They're willing to side with the Chinese communists and then blamed Russia for anything. They don't like any time. Something goes the wrong way for Democrats now including this terror read story you've got Democrats it. Oh it was the Russians as the Russians. That's what it is. It's the Russians. Maybe it's not actually welcome. Missouri Kirk's here. The Erik Erikson show. Yeah that would be me. Yeah I am Eric Erickson the full number if you WANNA be a part of the program is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five as I wake up my monitor. That has gone to sleep now. I got other stuff to talk about but I do need to do a little bit of virus stuff to it is important it is it is Let me give you some of the audit trail for the state of Georgia. It is right now as of eleven o seven. Am One hundred forty. Three thousand seven hundred ninety tests. Twenty five thousand nine hundred thirty nine confirmed cases. Five thousand one hundred three hospitalizations one thousand one hundred sixty one. Icu admissions and one thousand. One hundred three deaths we have crossed the thirty or the sixty thousand death metric in the United States. We have now. Let me give you the spread here on the twentieth. There were eight hundred forty two cases of Cova. Nineteen reported that day seven days later we were down to two hundred eighty five cases and now we are today eight cases but that number will go up for example. Yesterday there were five cases when I concluded the program yesterday. There were five cases. But that's because of testing delay by the time the the son had this morning there reporting ninety three cases yesterday but So from August for April April twentieth to April. Twenty ninth we went from eight hundred forty two cases to ninety three cases. The governor is preparing to open the state of Georgia. The shelter in place order expires at midnight. I'm going to interview the governor this afternoon. As a matter of fact about this I'll bring the interview to you tomorrow morning And my guests. I'm hearing a rumor that it's not going to be really a full. Shell a full release. What's going to actually happen? Is that the governor. Is I and again I I could be wrong. I'm just going based on unsubstantiated rebrand but hey elitist. I'm not one of those people who's telling you something as if it's Gospel Truth Win. In fact is unsubstantiated rumor. I just want you to know a front. I'm giving you unsubstantiated rumor but I trust the source that was actually going to happen is is the governor's going to say we're going. We're going to start slowly reopening but when you go out and about you're going to need to actually do. Due Diligence be safe Not Congregate keep your distance. And we're a mask if you can. I guess I'm finally going to have to go. I had I had a troubling experience yesterday where I went to pick up food from local Chinese restaurant and the bunch of people clustered together. And I wouldn't wear my mask thought I you know I got. I gotTa have to wear my mask because people are stupid and I'm going to have to wear the mask when I go in public now. I don't want to but I got to so I'll start. Where am I actually had someone at? You know I've got some disposable masks so okay all right all right all right I gotta I gotTa give you guys the story. Just bear with me here. I'll get to real news. Just bear with me so I was online and read a tech website of the tech website. Said Hey Amazon has Disposable masks available for you to wear in public and so I clicked through. And they're the only masks you could buy on Amazon and I reached out to a friend of mine. Who's a doctor and said? Are these worth wild and in my friend. Who's a doctor said? Yes I've got some. They're better than nothing when you re when you read the description on Amazon. Guess who wear these masks are made on China? Yes and they say they're not surgical grade. They provide some filtration. They're better than cloth but they're not as good as regular. We can't find. Surgical Masks of the doctors need him anyway. So these are better than cloth better than nothing better than cloth but not as good as surgical. They and they have some filtration in them but not surgical filtration and so I bought some well. There was a conversational. The nextdoor APP of anybody find mass well I put up a thing and said listen. I know people are looking for mass. I found these on Amazon. Box of fifty. And you can buy them if you want Well some some woman got these are Beta. We'll try to. It'd be better off where nothing than wearing these masks. Holy don't buy then I don't care. My doctor told me that they're better than nothing. They're better than cloth. They're not as good surgical mask but they're good. He's got some same brand to. He's got him so I got some but man. These people on our next door went nuts. now a furthers. You're familiar with Nick. Stores like facebook except for people in your neighborhood and so tim. It tends to be more civil because it's all your neighbors will these people. They they came unglued. These are made in China. I'm not buying anything from China. I would rather go without. Okay go go with. I don't care people were just asking if I if anybody new mass. We're and I put up a legal Amazon instead. I got these. My doctor said they're okay. They're not as good as some. And yes full disclosure there from China. But did you know that? Like eighty percent of surgical masks in the world or made him wandering. I didn't actually know that there's a story in the Wall Street. Journal when we talk about becoming medically sufficient in this country to make stuff ourselves. That's one of the things. Medical supplies overwhelming. Louis Wuhan was known for making medical supplies including masks in surgical gowns and stuff. That's where so many of them come from. And so naturally there wasn't what if they said the virus on them? You don't order him. Then leave me alone. I'm just trying to good Lord People go nuts The social media so bad It really just it drives people crazy. Now let me let me give you some of the other background. What's happening out there? There's the stupid Gotcha politics story that you know. The governor's office the Governor is saying you can get out and about but the governor's mansion is going to stay closed and some Gotcha reporters other Louis to stick it. You're telling people they can go but you're not opening your play. Well there's the freaking shelter in order and place. You can't go. Touring the governor's mansion now. That's going to expire the governor's race. It's going to stay close so now. They're asking him again. Guvener keep weird. You Open the governor's meats and if you think people delivery can't they come to your house? We not inviting people over to your house argue stupid. Gotcha politics in the press. These days is why so. Many people hate members of the press but The actual story is that the tour guides are elderly at the governor's mansion and the governor does not want to put the elderly couple who oversees the tours at risk. So they're keeping the tours closed but he would like to give them open as soon as we can. That's kind of no brainer. Answering the fact that so many people are trying to play. Gotcha politics on. This should really disturb everyone. The media is just clowning itself on all of this stuff. And it's like this vaccine so we have heard heard members of the media for weeks now. You've her we need a Manhattan Project for vaccine. The New York Times editorialists have talked about. We need a Manhattan project. The Manhattan project was the the scientific gathering to build a nuclear bomb in world war. Two and we need a nuclear project. We need a Manhattan project build a vaccine and the media has been breathlessly reporting on progress. And how they're speeding up and and they've gone straight to monkey in now. He's not ironic. They're testing the virus on monkeys the Rhesus monkey they say is the closest animal to mankind on planet earth and they're tested on the Rhesus monkey in its showing this vaccine. They've got at Oxford. They started tested in Minnesota as well the same vaccine in showing good progress that the monkeys are getting Cova nineteen except for the monkeys with the vaccine and they're not showing any harmful side effects. They're about ready to move it into human testing. There's a kid at emory a twenty. Something year old Sean Doyle at emory. He signed up to be a Guinea pig for the vaccine. We're rapidly moving for normally. It takes about a year to two years to get a vaccine on the market. Were speeding it up. Dr Voucher ones sped up. Everybody wants to sped up the media has been saying we need a Manhattan project. They've been chronically in all the red tape. We're going to get rid of and how fast we were going to go. And we're going to get this vaccine in record time and yeah well here comes the New York Times David. Sanger trump seeks push to speed vaccine despite safety concerns president. Donald Trump is pressing his health officials to pursue a crash development program for grow virus vaccine. That could be widely distributed by the beginning of next year despite skepticism such an effort could succeed in considerable concern about the implications for safety. The White House has made no public announcement of the new effort. Called Operation Warp speed and some officials are purely tried to talk the president down telling him that he would be more harmful to set an unreasonably short deadline than my resulted a faulty vaccine. Delete for this proven. Save that effective. According to one official the idea would be indemnify. The major pharmaceutical biotech companies from liability the virus causes sickness death and to involve the Pentagon testing program but most of the military's efforts focused on defense against biological weapons. Not Viruses that arise naturally or by community spread. What are we doing? This is the New York Times which the editorials at the New York Times where we need a Manhattan Project. Need to cut the red tape. Get this done by God. We're Americans we could do this all by Godhra. What's Today can seriously? There's no winning. These people can't take them seriously. They WANNA speed it up they want the Manhattan project. The president takes no. You can't take it seriously. We were only saying this to attack you for speed up. That's exactly what it is. They constantly move the goalpost in the stuff. Remember remember it was A. We've got a flat curve. And we can all go back to work. And now we're flattened we flatten the curve and other. No we need to smash the curve before we go back to work. Flattening was good enough last month but now it's not good enough. We can do this. Constant goalpost moving is what drives me insane. You know I think we need to shelter in place I do. But we sheltered place. I said we needed to flatten the Earth. And we did and so now. I'm saying we sheltered a place. We flatten the curve. Let's start slowly going back to work as best we can. If you gotta make everybody where masks make everybody we're mask but a lot of these people they just keep moving goalposts no it can't we can't go back to work because we haven't gotten rid of the virus while we're you've already told us that we're not going to get rid of viruses. Going to rebound. Does that mean we gotta stay home forever? And I said a sneaking suspicion some of these people want to wipe out capitalism. They don't want to wipe out the virus they WANNA wipe out the free market. And that's why they're doing this because now you've got Democrats say hey people. We're going to have to stay home even longer. We might as well have a universal basic income. The government's just going to start paying people to stay home. It really is amazing. That all the prescriptions. That people wanted before this virus or the prescriptions. They for this but it's very much like climate change. This is why get the skepticism on people who who are hesitant of the models because the scientific models on climate change been so wrong for so long I get this skepticism never mind that an epidemiological model is is not a a global atmospheric model that contemplates ulcer stuff. It's actually something that's been done for a hundred years but I get the skepticism. But it's like the global warming people when we in the nineteen seventies. One thousand nine hundred. They were saying where we're going to have a global cooling and we needed to disrupt capitalism and in big business and in the coal plants and on and on and now oto it's not global global warming and guess what we needed to the exact same damn things to stop global warming that we were going to do to stop the global cooling so the same stuff when your solutions are exactly the same for every problem under the Sun may be. Your solutions are wrong or your theory is wrong but nope nope. You're you're you're climate denier for saying that you know. I'm actually in the camp. I've decided that yeah. I think there's enough scientific data out there that the world is warming but I also think that they overstated. I also think that they amplify mankind's role I also think that the government trying to fix it will make it worse. I also think I don't care about it because the world has been warming and cooling for millions of years. I don't care about the issue and yet you have to care about the issue or you're a terrible person. You know they finally did try out Greta. Thunberg to lecture us on on the virus and yet now we're hearing all these people you know. I wonder if this is the other thing I I wonder. If there's there's there's the back of the mind to some of these people it's not flat. The curve is not smashed the curve at stay home and never leave again because co two emissions or down. The water is the world is he lied itself. It turns out where the virus I mean. We're starting to hear environmental WACKO. Say That you had that buell weird guy on CNN. Pin this awful thing. That basically it's judeo-christianity that's gotten us into this place that we need to get rid of all of that to heal. This guy erased the screen. He's got the snowboards he apparently wasn't going to have a kid. Accidentally had a kid the even tells us it was conceived in a lighthouse. I didn't need to know that. And now he's like on this planet is it's it's terrible and we're the virus and you poor child. We've done this to you. Know the whole thing is just. It's it is is climate as religion and it is bizarre. You know the difference between Christianity and Environmentalists Christianity When your sins are forgiven you get to go to heaven with environmentalism when you repent of your polluting ways. You'RE STILL GONNA burn in. Hell unless everyone else repents as well or you get rid of them. This is why the left secular religions that that crop up this authoritarianism maturity come about is because in the Christian religion Your forgive your sins and you get your path to heaven based on what you do with these secular charities authoritarianism communism and environmentalism and the lake. You're still going to hell as long as there are centers out. There doesn't matter what you've done as long as the other people see you got to. You got to get rid of the other people you gotta silence on. Punish them forced them to be reeducated. Something that that's the major difference between the secular religions and the Christian religion is. You're you're never safe in the secular religion into all the other people were vanquished man. So I gotta I gotTa push back on this conspiracy theory. I'm starting to get from people. Yeah it really is amazing. The number of people who want to believe the conspiracy theory who who the garbage publication like Newsweek. And I don't WanNa pick on friends because One of them sent me this league. But I've seen it from so many people now in my friend who senate is not taking it as real but a lot of people are This is from Newsweek. Newsweek is the garbage publication. That accused me burning across in my yard by decorating an Easter Crossing Christmas lights. We left it up by the way suited all the neighbors. Here's the headline Dr Fao Back Controversial Wuhan Lab with millions of US dollars for risky corona virus research. Dr Anthony Fauci is an advisor to President Donald Trump in something of an American folk hero for a steady calm leadership during the crisis at least one poll shows that Americans trust vouching more than trouble. The Corona virus fantastic and few scientists are portrayed on TV by Brad Pitt but just last year the National Institute for Allergy Infectious Diseases. The organization led by Dr Fallacy funded scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Iraq and other institutions for work on gain of function research on Bat Corona viruses in two thousand nineteen with the backing of niaid. The National Institutes of health committed. Three point seven million dollars over six years for research that included some gain of function work. The program followed another three point. Five million five year project for con collecting and Studying Bat Corona viruses. Many scientists have criticized gain of function research. Which involves manipulating viruses in the lab to explore their potential for infecting humans because it creates a risk of started pandemic SARS cova to the virus now causing a global pandemic is believed to have originated in bats. Us intelligence after originally asserting that the girl virus had occurred naturally conceded last month of the damage may have originated from a leak from the lab Y'All DR fouled. She did not give money to this lab. The money was given to a group called Eko health. Alliance is a nonprofit research group. It works globally with labs around the world to study the potential for viruses jumping into people for example one of the diseases being studied as chronic wasting syndrome which is prevalent in deer in is the next virus projected to jump from animals to people. It is showing so many signs that it's getting ready to jump into people that scientists in this country are rapidly. Studying Missouri in particular is dumping money at the state level into. Stop it because they've got such a bad case of chronic wasting disease deer in Missouri and so Dr Fao. She was spending money to study. Kerr CORONA VERSUS SPECIFICALLY SARS. Was the virus being studied and he gave the money to the ECO health alliance which was studying around the world and the health alliances. The one that authorized the Wuhan Lab to study Dr Fao. She didn't do it Dr Fao. She wasn't in charge of a doctor. Foul didn't make the call Dr Fao. She made the call to go with equal health. Alliance which is a global non profit that is respected around the world. But you've got people on the right. I mean this is the same publication that accused me a burning across my yard now spreading foul CI conspiracy theories. I'm so tired of people who are profiting from is who are profiting from. Not Telling the truth who are profiting from twisting the truth to spin you up into into nonsense. They're so much out there. That is actually true. That's outrageous to try to come up with the lies to build them even even more just just disgusting to me that they're doing this really really disgusting when we come back one of the things. You should be spun up on build the Blasio in New York City and his treatment of Jewish citizens. It is era hearing sitting here the Ericsson show the full number. If you WANNA call in is eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five and I'm just I. I see the story commerce. There's other stuff I wanNA talk about out their I it will you know what? Let me let me get to this. I remember the fish tank cleaner couple out in Arizona. The the man died. The woman did not. She was in critical condition. Apparently they got fish aquarium cleaner. Which is a win. So you can use high levels of chloroform wind for cleaning. Aquariums and put it in perspective. Your dough scene you. You may your your dose for chloroquine for malaria may be a milligram and this was two hundred fifty grams or some such. It was ridiculous amount. It was like a a grammar. So as you're talking major major amounts of chloroquine compared to what is given to people in dosing and this woman apparently put it in drinks. The tablets drinks for her and her husband. Her husband died. She was in critical condition. Will the media seized on this story and said this was proof? The president was leading people to do crazy things like they are with the bleach stuff. They're all sorts of idiots out there trying to ingest cleaner to protect themselves from the virus. And they're idiots in the president's getting blamed for that too but this was the story. The media seized on as proof that the president was leading people to to die. Now it turns out. This couple was Democrats but it didn't matter to the media a they made a very big issue Of the of the situation and they wanted people to know that the president caused this man die because he had ingested aquarium cleaner. Which is Clark. When will the media the media The Washington Free Beacon reported? There were some strange strange behaviors associated in friends of this man. Said he was a very brilliant engineer. They can't imagine why he would do it. And the wife however the wife the wife is the one who did it to him and now some suggestions are the that. Maybe there was something nefarious there that would seem to be the of the Washington Free Beacon. We'll now the police are investigating They're investigating it To See if there's a there there I wonder if the media will apologize to the president. Don't don't hold your breath. Don't don't hold your breath on that By the way I mentioned a time for a sponsor shoutout rick I bought a wreck tick grill smoker Hopefully it arrives a tomorrow so I can have it for the weekend. I hope it does. And I'm looking forward use of my Mrs Griffin's Barbecue Sauce I'll put up pictures when I get it and when I spoke wings The very last minute covering amendments griffin barbecue sauce. If you haven't had the barbecue sauce you should have the barbecue sauce. Mrs Griffin's barbecue sauce is the oldest barbecue sauce manufactured in the United States is still commercially available. And it's from here in Georgia while we're in this global pandemic and you want to help. 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Consider the media outrage or last couple of days of Mike Pence going to the Mayo Clinic and being the one person without a mask on now consider the picture bill de Blasio that he himself tweeted out of him at the hospital with no mask on all surrounded by all these people with masks on and the media said nothing. It really actually is kind of impressive to me. How the media has been apologizing for build Wasi or excusing bill Wasi turning a blind eye. Did you know the New York governor only today is ordering the daily cleaning of the subway New York City? There's been data out for two months now that the hardest hit parts of New York City are the areas of New York City. That have the longest subway commutes. The longer you are riding on the New York City subway system the more likely you are to be hard hit by the virus and it turns out they haven't been regularly sanitizing those strains why did the New York City mayor not order that likewise the New York City mayor is threatening to arrest Jewish people. If they gather he broke up the funeral of A. Rabbi you know. He was telling Muslims for the start of Ramadan That he would deliver food to areas where they congress. This is an actual tweet from the mayor of New York. He would in fact hang on a second LemMe Lemme find this because somebody tweeted it out to me. Ted Cruz pointed out. Where is Ted Cruz? Yes here we go. Let me read you the two tweets. These are from Bill de Blasio to my Muslim New Yorkers beginning their celebrations tonight who need allow meals we have them across our four hundred plus grabbing go meal sites and are bringing hundreds of thousands more to the thirty two sites most frequented by our Muslim community go to this website to get more info. We're taking thousands of meals to thirty two sites frequented by our Muslim community. Now let me read you this my best to the Jewish community in all communities to simple the time for warnings has passed. I have instructed. The New York Police Department to proceed immediately to summons or even arrest those who gather in large groups this is about stopping the disease and saving lives period. He's eight he's got round up the Jews being I New Yorker. He's going to round up the Jews in New York City. If they dare to congregate where we're But it's okay because they're Jewish. The media's giving him a pass on this one because the Jews don't need to do that you know it's okay for Muslims to congregate to Gal meals at food facilities but the Jews. You better not be congregating Jewish people. He's going to round you up arrest you and put you in jail with other people who may get the virus this is. This is nuts The mayor of New York has been an absolute disgrace. It has been a hurling invective towards the during this virus to distract from the fact that he is screwing this up on a daily basis in New York City input way more lives dangerous way more lives at danger. listened to him. What is so frustrating to me is after all those messages. Were so clear that so many people would still choose to gather. I understand that they lost someone very dear and important to them but this is still a pandemic people's lives are put in danger when people gather so. It was shocking to me. Is that after? All the warnings. Something of this size would happen. And that's where I'm making very clear. Unapologetically at the next gathering will be met by summonses and arrests period. No more warnings and that's true and every community equal opportunity in New York City. If you gather. I'm not talking about a few friends. Hang out in the corner. I'm saying if you have a large gathering hundreds of people thousands of people. They're not even going to have a discussion. It's just going immediately to summons and if we have to wrestle US arrest all righty all righty Bill de Blasio. Where we're going to arrest everyone equal opportunity except he keeps targeting Jewish. People his tweets. Why is that now? I got one more bit of audio. I need to play play for you here. You know how the media forever forever demanded that the president needed have press briefings and then when the virus hit the president started having daily. Press briefings and the media. No we can't do this. This is just the president and his poll. Numbers are going up. We can't do this. We can't do this. And then the president was advised by his his advisors that he might be overexposed should cut back his press briefings and so they did and now the media that said they needed to stop covering the briefings. Well here's Don Lemon Images Say something before I move on with what I have planned here. I've seen so many people out about lately. Not Socially distancing not wearing masks not following the rules. This is not over. You may think it's over because if you if you actually pay attention to what's happening in Washington with this administration not having the briefings trying to pretending that this is all over because they want to move on other things so not having those briefings. That's all art of the plan for you to think that this is over that we've moved beyond this people are still dying at alarming rates. Those quarantine orders better given they're still in in place there so orders in most places so don't get it twisted. Don't sit there and think that this is over because you've just you've been in the house for a long time. That's not so wait a second. So is it now a bad thing or what. I'm really confused here. Because when the president was doing the daily Briefings Don Lemon was among those in the press saying we needed to not cover the daily briefing. We DON'T UNDERSTAND. He would say why seat was even bothering to cover the briefings because the briefings were were harmful they were gonna get people killed by listening to the president and so now. The president stopped the briefings. And now we there. They've stopped debriefings. Because they want to the world's going back to normal just like the New York Times story on the vaccine they wanted a Manhattan project for the vaccine so the president and his team have started a Manhattan Project for the vaccine. And now that's a bad thing now. It's a bad thing that the president is doing what they wanted him to do. Now it's a bad thing. There's no winning with these people. There is no winning. I have a hard time understanding what they expect to get out of this other than Joe Biden Presidency. Which is why they're also giving a light touch of the terrorist situation. A media buster's is noting that the the media collectively the big networks. Abc CBS NBC CNN. Msnbc included Fox that they spit three times as much coverage covering Mike Pence going to the Mayo Clinic in not wearing a mask then they have to read. That should tell you everything you need to know about that situation. And then they have people like Stacey Abrams and they give her a pass when she keeps parroting by doctors. I wonder if limit will have Stacey Abrams back on and ask her about Why did she keep side of the Times? Now that we know this was the Biden talking point. Because if you weren't here a little while ago the New York. Times is pushing back on a buzzfeed. Siri buzzfeed is reporting. It was the bite in camp that told his surrogates to keep referencing. The New York Times Investigation Stacey Abrams in her conversation with where he refused to to push back on anything she said she said Multiple Times will the New York Times thorough investigation. That was a biden talking point now the New York Times to say it wasn't a thorough investigation when the New York Times itself is saying. Wait a second. This wasn't a thorough investigation. We used it a basic report. That's pretty damning now by the way speaking of Abrahams You should know that Some folks are the Democratic Party have had enough of the campaign This is William Lacy Clay William Lacy Clay. Prominent member of Congress Not Very happy with Stacey Abrams campaign to be vice president you see what I'm saying and I do see it. I do see it. And here's what I do know. And and it's and it's like all other presidential candidates Democratic presidential primary candidates and their supporters. Okay we went through a process of Bernie. Sanders has conceited And this applies to stacey to you know in at the race track You cannot show up at the winters window with losers. Tickets wanted case show winners. Wins with losers tickets man. Anything okay right away UH show up at the winters window losers tickets. That's see for real. That's not how politics works and and I tell you what is what is somewhat offensive to me is when you are marketing marketing yourself as VP. Candidate Hey that's entirely up to the nominee terminals won't be on his ticket would him and so for you to be out there marketing and putting on a a PR campaign in that way. I think it's Kinda inappropriate. Ouch ouch. That's a democratic member of Congress. Who's daring to point out that when you lost and you're putting on a campaign to be vice president. It's it's inappropriate that that's notice. You're not hearing a lot of people. The mainstream press point this out you know again this goes back to the the really crummy and I'm trying not say a bad word The Atlantic ran that story on Brian. Kemp and it premises the entire story on a bar. Owners struggled reopen in fact bars or not allowed to reopen in Georgia and essentially says that the headline is up like Georgia's about to experiment in human sacrifice. See How many people must die to keep the economy going. Never mind that. All these other states are opening the they're fixated on Georgia and the reason they're fixated on Georgia is because Brian. Kim beat Stacey Abrams. There is a level of white guilt in the media among the left set that they focused on. Beto work two thousand eighteen and they ignored Stacey Abrams and now they gotta make it up to her by hating on Brian. Kemp and anything. Brian does bad and the national media will never consider fairly. The things brank was doing because they feel guilty about ignoring Stacey Abrams until two thousand eighteen. Now she's the media darling and they gotta make up for it so keep that in. Mind when you hear. Read all these stories of the press. About what a bad guy. Brian Kemp is it. It's all left-wing reporters who loves Stacey Abrams and feel guilty. They gave Beto award more attention than her in two thousand eighteen. I just got a very kind email from Brandt frost at first liberty building and loan in newnan their their advertisers on the program. And and I'm I WANNA I'll do this as an ad forum but just want to talk about it. In general they really are good people Have a longtime friendship with them. And they were the first people After Chris Burns and dynamic money to step up to support this program and they they're helping people get into the program and there are a number of companies out there that have gone through them and others in and they have been able to get in there already money the SBA is and it's insane. They're still trying to help. Some people get in with some residual money But I I wonder just read it to you that they don't just do. Ppp If your small business and you need help and they missed. Frosts emailed and said that He appreciates it that they're hearing from small businesses. That need some help getting capital not necessarily P P P and. I wanted to point out. They do that as well. They're such good people. Just hard work and honest good Christian people and they own I Liberty Building and loan in Newnan. Their website is first liberty G. A. DOT COM. You can go there you can apply for. Pp on their website or anything that you need. You can get information but reach. They've been doing this. Nineteen ninety-three they have a real passion to help small businesses so first liberty building and loan is the company it is I. Liberty G. DOT COM is their website. And they're just good people and they're helping a lot of small businesses get into P P P and they're helping a lot of businesses get access to other small business administration loans and and bank loans and things like that just just if you need help for your small business medium size business whatever and you need access to capital to grow it or maintain it reach out to them. They're good people. Tell Him I sent Ya I. Liberty G. DOT COM is the website You Know Anti Pelosi is saying that. We're not GONNA get another big P P P program that it's going to be a cares act to she says cares to. It'll be like sister. Act Two with more whoopie It'll I it's just what a what a crazy crazy thing to do to know that we need small businesses helped in this country. And they're gonNA hold them hostage again for moral more pork barrel projects and we do have a problem and we do need to recognize. This is a problem that we are spending as a nation a whole lot of money going into massive debt. And y'all that is a real problem. It is terrifying to see how much we as a nation are undertaking and our debt load in his going to drive up the interest that we have to pay and you know the the United States constitution requires full faith and credit. We can't get out of debt to China because full faith and credit clause of the constitution. It is what allows us to have such a good bond rating in our bond rating is as good as it once was and this is GonNa put strain on everything we need to fix the situation and no one in Washington seems to have a solution that anyone is listening to and honestly I don't even know what the solution is right now. We do have to do the spinning government to keep small businesses afloat that the government shutdown To keep the virus from spreading. These are uncharted territories. It's just amazing to me. How many people don't WanNA rethink their solutions to see what might work? And what might not work nope. Everybody's in the same corners they were to begin with just add.

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PRESENTS  The Eleventh

Unravel True Crime

08:21 min | 11 months ago

PRESENTS The Eleventh

"Hi unrivaled subscriber. It may only woods who you may know from season. Four snowball the weird story about my family and my American eggs. I want to say thanks again for all the Nice messages. I've been blowing up my family WHATSAPP group for months with screen shots saying how funny my Mama's and that Simon should be an honorary Australian citizen. He Swiss just the right amount to be fair. I'm sliding into your subscription fade to let you about a new series from the people who bring you unravel not me. This time. The story that goes down in the new podcast. The eleventh took some real digging some bona fide journalists required for this one and lace of my brother dropping f bombs some sorry. This isn't a bonus episode of snowball. Whitley's Lee Kohl's me pretending to be Eric. Ty So something or where? I talked to her brother that it actually turns out. She has to be honest with you. I kept planning on calling him all following up with Lis Lis parents to try to put some more of it to them and see if that respond unsigned myself up for it and then I'd find myself procrastinating. As I got back to normal life I realized what I was doing for my family and I telling the story really was a point where we could live all Gar continuing to for truth from a world that's built on lies didn't seem like a whole with going down surfer now. At least I decided not to do the difficult second album. Podcast Burns episode thing. Maybe get some more answers if I get a sweet. Tv deal or something netflix Colmey but his anew story for you I always like hearing about the inner workings of big stuff that goes on in the world. Australia's spying relationship with America is Yo- in the CIA sharing intelligence in what politicians know about it. We're going to Lazio. What the Hell Four. Someone's such mailers gone thumb. Did you know that there was some terrorist bombings on George Street and Sydney in the seventies as soon as it happened? I timed under the table. And not yell to everyone under the table and because us sending money no northern got see. There were three heats. You'd be surprised to know how the USTRALIAN government really pissed off President Nixon about the war in Vietnam. The stock of what you'll hear about in the deputy prime minister who is having a front page relationship with his top adviser. The Governor General Crashing House parties with a bottle of scotch old builds to the craziest moment ever Australian politics when the Prime Minister Gough Whitlam fired by the Governor General. Well am I say God save the quake? Nothing will say the Governor Jan Australian. You've probably heard that before. But how and why did it happen? If you're not Australian you can learn about the shuttering time that still gets talked about today and about the source he stuff that actually makes politics interesting will sexual energies the life force. It opened up a whole different university. Few luck to him kind of blew his mind. Let me hand your over to an old report colleague of mine from Triple J's Heck Program Alex Man this one day in Australia's political history. That's never really been surpassed in terms of. She had drama which hasn't been seen before being avenge unprecedented in Australian political history on the eleventh of November nineteen seventy five the Queen's representative sacked Australia's prime minister. Well my way say God save the Queen does nothing will a liberal national country. Patty's puppy action. We did after three years in Crumlin and deputy economics is matthew time and I wasn't even alive when all this happened. Feel like me though. You've seen that footage before and you've heard that famous line from Gulf Whitlam but you probably don't fully understand why or how any of this happened so I wanted to find out what went on behind the scenes. Exactly why and how? The Governor General sacked the prime minister. When you start looking into this story. What you realize is that it's not just a story about gough. Whitlam and the Governor General. It's a story about all the people around those two men when you take the time to ask those people what happened and what it felt like to live through it. They have a hell of a story to tell and some of it. They've never told before the ordinary punter in the street had no idea what was going on. How could these people be trusted anymore? You believe this shit. He doesn't throw shopping company over forty years. Later there are still things left unsaid. And Secrets left to be uncovered crucially. There is a document which is still under lock and Kate. I will not release it. He looked at me and said he strain nothing vindicated by the judgment of history because Australia. And we get a responsible government again. It's a story about pal. Big Egos and big mistakes. I had no contingency plan. Not want to disgrace. All Hell broke loose possibility. Niable into violence. This story is a spy thriller youth. The government wasn't gonNA play by the rules will. They're not going to stop the game panicking in Washington his panic at the. Us Embassy in Cambra. Dan It's a love story takes energies to life force endo central theme with all their kind of blew his mind. You've said it yourself. It's Innuendo. I refused to accept the morality that they were trying to pose and for the people at the heart of the story. Intense emotions of that have never gone away. Teased signed on my face. He was visibly upset. Laws like a bucket water being over the head. Something quite dramatic in heaven. I will describe what you thought was happening at that time. So he would. I'm Alex men and over the next seven episodes. I'll tell you a story that we can't afford to forget the story behind. What happened on the eleventh? Where can you get a more dramatic fantastic unfathomable incomprehensible an catastrophic story? This is something different for you again. No did bodies just wide stuff that laid up to hick moment in history. You can listen to the eleventh for free wherever you get your podcasts or download the ABC listen.

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The O'Reilly Update, December 13, 2019

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

13:00 min | 1 year ago

The O'Reilly Update, December 13, 2019

"Bill O'Reilly here Friday December thirteenth. Two Thousand Nineteen. You are listening to the O'Reilly update. Here's what's happening today in America after years of non stop investigations nearly a month. The public testimony. The Democrats finally unveil their articles of impeachment against against Donald Trump accusing the president of obstruction of Congress and abuse of power charges. which could basically apply to any president who doesn't surrender? Executive privilege is the latest in a laundry list of allegations against Donald Trump. I Russian collusion then then obstruction of justice then Ukraine and on and on and on Democratic Congressman Jerrold. Nadler released his impeachment papers at the same time inspector. General Michael Horowitz publish his Report on the origins of the FBI's Russia probe revealing seventeen. Major errors is committed by the bureau against the trump campaign and president donald trump after reading the articles of impeachment and much of the Harwich report from the Justice Justice Department. I can't see how this turns out well. For the hate trump movement. The country is certainly not engaged in impeachment and if the house refers it for trial in the Republican led Senate. The Democrats will be embarrassed. The case is that week. Senate majority leader commissioned McConnell has repeatedly stated he quote can imagine any scenario where president trump is convicted and removed from office for a thirty thirty. Three minute phone call to the Ukrainian president by this time. Most Americans understand the ruse regardless of whether they support president trump. We're not also people are too busy to tune in and sift through all the chaos TV ratings for the impeachment inquiry. We're low this week. New polling confirms a majority of Americans do not want the president removed from office this way. According to Quinnipiac fifty one percent of registered voters now oppose the impeachment exercise just forty five percent want president trump gone before next November in this ring of two thousand twenty I expect the Justice Department will charge former. FBI leaders with felonies. I could be wrong but if that happens it will help. President trump very much in his campaign to win reelection. Which of course would be great revenge for the forty fifth? President of the United States who remains under siege in a moment is the F. b. i.. Really that corrupt you've been hearing about gold all over the news. Prices continue to climb not surprising given all the warnings of a recession. An and the uncertainty of the upcoming election Americans are looking for stability as a way to protect their savings and retirement. 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The elite Federal Bureau of Investigation was created by Attorney General Charles Bonaparte Way back under President Teddy Roosevelt the organization changes name to the FBI. Nineteen thirty five under new director. J Edgar Hoover that happened because notorious bank robbers offers like John Dillinger baby face Nelson. We're stealing money from banks in Indiana and then driving into Illinois where Indiana authorities could not go. There was an industry of bank robbers crossing state lines to avoid the white authorities so the federal government during the depression had to do something thus the FBI was created to track down these bank robbers over the years the FBI has become the most elite investigative agency in the world. TV shows. Those were devoted to it. Movies it has become legendary but now it's reputation is in tatters today. Hey the FBI has an annual budget of almost ten billion dollars. There are fifty six field offices across America and sixty three attache ashamed offices around the world providing coverage to one hundred and eighty countries. Did you know that are F. B. I.. Helps Foreign governments all over the planet. The agency has thirty five thousand employees. They have thirteen thousand four hundred special ages sixty thirty nine. FBI agents have died in the line of duty. If you WANNA be common agent you must be between the ages of twenty. Three and thirty seven passed ask strict background check physical fitness exam and mental health test. New Special Agent start the job with a forty three three thousand dollars salary. Plus a locality pay depending on where the station in New York City. You get far more money than you do in Fargo. North wants to Coda. The bureau has had a checkered past times because longtime director j Edgar Hoover abused his power our when he left the FBI. Nineteen seventy-two Watergate was blooming. But the F. B. I. eventually straightened itself of out and after nine eleven it did great work it stopped hundreds of terror. Plots against the people of the the United States then came. FBI Director James Combing and according to testimony this week the FBI uses news. It's power to try to subvert the campaign of Donald Trump. That is awful and I do expect. Act Mr Colmey. His Assistant Andrew McCabe leading investigator on the trump matter. Peter Struck and FBI Attorney Lisa page his mistress all to be indicted by the Justice Department. When they issue its report coming next spring? I think all in all the FBI is a great organization. Individual agents our brave patriots but under Komi corruption reached the highest level in the bureau's history. What a shame? I'm Bill O'Reilly and I approve that message by actually writing it for more commentary commentary. Please visit Bill O'Reilly Dot Com and for Christmas gift. 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#EERS S8 Ep66: It's Mueller Time!

The Erick Erickson Show

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#EERS S8 Ep66: It's Mueller Time!

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Hurry in for fifty percents off your entire purchase in stores only at old navy tomorrow fourteen to four twenty in stores only excludes clearance, gift cards, registering items jewelry today today only deals. Dion all engine. Good evening. Welcome at his era. Kirk's here. Atlantis evening. News on WSB the phone number four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred w SP talk to get a sense of the release of the mole report today, we need to start with something that happened at the White House early this morning, several reporters would into the White House, the president's marine band was there. They were playing songs in the song that was played at the time was edelweiss edelweiss. You know, the song? It's from sound of music is a Rodgers and Hammerstein song that the von Trapp family sang a is opposed to singing the Nazi anthem. It was a defiance of the Nazis and ADL vice became a song of resistance. It was played in the White House today, and there's a show on Netflix only gets about a million viewers Rogers and. Embassy, by the way, the sound of music has been seen by over billion people and this show on Netflix earn Amazon rather Amazon prime man in high castle gets about a million one point one million viewers, according to variety. Well in the in the show. It's basically a subversion of what happened if the Nazis had won an ADL vices a song played by the Nazi. So these reporters who have identified themselves as fans of the man of the high council show win into the White House heard the song plane and presume the president was doubling down on his hateful rhetoric and white nationalism and Nazi sympathies because eight vice was playing the military band was actually pay playing a selection of Rodgers and Hammerstein songs several songs from the sound of music were playing in addition to Oklahoma and other Rodgers and Hammerstein famous songs, but that set the tone for the Miller report unveiling today, a number of reporters who hate the president win in presumed immediately that the president was having the song played as a as a def-. Fayatte act in their run run to the mall report. And it really did multiple reporters were multiple outlets ran with the story. And so I have debated all day in that frame. How do I present the Miller report to you? And I reached out to the White House and was willing to have some people on I had to couple of members of congress reach out and say they would be happy to come on. And I finally decided no because everyone is too busy spinning the Muller report is more complicated than the spin. The White House says the president's been completely exonerated. That's not true. The reporters are saying that the president is clearly guilty of something and that's not true either. So I decided what I wanna do. And I gotta give Ben Shapiro some credit here because he actually got a lot of the screen shots of this. And I'm going to read you the experts of the mole report now experts wide the rewards four hundred fifty pages long, plus indices, I'm not going to read the entire report. But there are experts in. What I mean by experts as you can go page by page through the mole report. And in the redacted stuff. You can essentially the way the mole report is designed is there the paragraph that explains what happened and then the subsequent paragraphs detail the key introductory paragraph. It's good legal writing. So I don't need to read you every single paragraph of the Miller report to tell you what happened I can reach the circuits that is premised on an I want to do that to you. So you don't hear me analyze the more report? I will get to the analysis the Miller report. But the odds are most of what you've heard today has been a partisan analysis even partisanship by the reporters. So let me just give you the mole report in the mall reports on words, and let you make up your mind before I tell you what I think we begin here the social media campaign in the GR, you that would be the Russians hacking operations coincided with the series of context between Trump campaign officials and individuals with ties to the Russian government the office. Investigated whether these contact reflected a resulted in the campaign conspiring or coordinated with Russia in its election interference activities, although the investigation established that the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome, and that the campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian efforts. The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities while the investigation identified numerous links between individuals with ties to the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump campaign. The evidence was not sufficient as criminal charges among other things. The evidence was not sufficient to charge any campaign official as an unregistered agent of the Russian government or other Russian principal and our evidence about the June ninth two thousand sixteen. Eating and WikiLeaks June night two thousand sixteen that's the meeting with Natalia villes at sky in Trump Tower are evidence about the June ninth meeting and WikiLeaks releases of hacked materials was not sufficient to charge a criminal campaign finance violation further. The evidence was not sufficient to charge that any member of the Trump campaign conspired with representatives of the Russian government to interfere in the twenty sixteen election. The special prosecutor investigated several other events that had been publicly reported to involve potential Russia related contexts, for example. The investigation established that interactions between Russian ambassador Kislyak and Trump campaign officials both of the candidates April two thousand sixteen foreign policy speech in Washington DC and during the week of the Russia. Our Republican national convention was were brief public in non-substantive. The investigation did not establish that one campaign officials efforts delude a portion of the Republican party platform on behalf of or assistance to Ukraine were undertaken at the behest of candidate Trump or Russia. The investigation also do not establish that a meeting between Kislyak and sessions in September two thousand sixteen at sessions. Senate office included any more than a passing mention of the presidential campaign. Now. Okay. So what this is about this relates to Jeff Sessions in April of two thousand sixteen the president gave a foreign policy speech in Washington DC, and Jeff Sessions was there and the Russian ambassador Kislyak was there. There have been people who alleged that Jeff Sessions was in on the conspiracy to coordinate with the Russians to steal the election and Jeff Sessions when asked by congress if he had any context said he did not have contact. Well, turns out that there was video of Jeff Sessions talking to the Russian Basseterre at this event in the in April of two thousand sixteen it was at the, oh, what's the hotel there, the Mayflower Hotel in Washington and a session sit he said he just forgot it was only in passing. So this was part of the special prosecutor's investigation in effect. They turned out. It was just in passing. It was briefed public and non-substantive. There were also efforts by Paul Manafort and his associate I think we're gates is his name to dilute Republican party platform positions on Ukraine in a way that would have helped Russia there were allegations that perhaps the Trump campaign was doing this. Benefit the Russians and that Paul Manafort was coordinated in an according to the molar vacation. That's not true either. Those are key bits of media reporting from the last three years not just two years three years that the mole report is saying, we're not true. Now, here's more further. The office learned that some of the individuals we interviewed or whose conduct investigated, including some associated with the Trump campaign, the Leded relevant communications or communicated during the irrelevant period using applications that feature encryption or the do not provide for long term retention of data communications records in such cases. The office was not able to corroborate with two statements through comparison to contemporaneous communications or fully question. Witnesses about statements that appeared inconsistent with other known facts accordingly while this report embodies factual and legal determinations at the office believes to be accurate and complete to the greatest possible. Given these defying gaps the office cannot rule out the possibility that the unavailable information would shed additional light on or cast in a new light the. Events described in this report that's something that should just ethically. Trouble folks that there were people within the White House can't action to the White House within the campaign who use message services like wicker and elsewhere that automatically delete the messages to keep records of it. So if they were conspiring that information would have been deleted. However, the Miller report goes on to say that there is enough other corroborating data that they can pretty much put a piece together what actually happened, and that that information might have shed some new light on it. But based on what they know so far probably wouldn't have. Here's more starting in June of twenty sixteen the IRA conducted different this. I are a this is the nod a not the Irish Republican Army. This is the the group in Russia, helping to try to shift the election, the IRA contacted different US persons affiliated with the Trump campaign in an effort to coordinate pro-trump IRA organized rallies inside the United States. In all cases. The IRA contacted the campaign while claiming to be US political activists working on behalf of a conservative grassroots organization. The IRA's contacts included requests for signs and other materials to use it rallies as well. As requests to promote the rallies and help coordinate logistics, while certain campaign volunteers agreed to provide the requested support, for example, agreeing to set up a number of signs. The investigation has not identified evidence that any Trump campaign official understood the requests were coming from the Russians. In other words, the Russian setup a roots? Front group in the United States, and it was all controlled by the Russian government. But no one in this country involved in the campaigns. And this is this is not in this excerpt, but it, but it's a imply there's well, no one the Trump campaign or the Clinton campaign knew these groups because they also did it to the Clinton campaign. No one knew that these groups were actually organized by the Russians. Nobody did. No. Here's more beginning in the summer of two thousand sixteen Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, mid a number of statements about Seth rich. The former Democratic National Committee staff member who was killed in July two thousand sixteen the statements about rich implied falsely that he had been the source of the stolen DNC emails on August nine two thousand sixteen the WikiLeaks Twitter account posted announce Wiki leaks says decided to issue a twenty thousand dollar reward for information leading to the conviction for the murder of DNC staffer Seth rich. Likewise, on August, twenty fifth of two thousand sixteen Assange was asked in an interview, why are you so interested in Seth richest killer and asandra spotted we're very interested in anything that might be threat to allege WikiLeaks. Sources the interviewer responded to Assange statements by commenting. I know you don't want to reveal your source, but it certainly sounds like you're suggesting a man who leaked information to WikiLeaks was then murdered. Then asandra applied if there's someone who's potentially connected to our publication, and that person has been murdered in. In suspicious circumstances. It doesn't necessarily mean that the door connected. But it's a very serious matter that type of allegations very serious, and it's taken very seriously by us after the US intelligence committee publicly announced this assessment that Russia was behind that operation. Assange continue tonight that the Clinton materials were released by WikiLeaks had come from Russian hacking. According to media reports Assange told a US congressman, the DNC hack was an inside job and purported have physical proof. The Russians did not give materials to Assange that relates you should know to the Fox News situation where there were people on Fox News speculating that Seth rich had been murdered and at the same time were working with or building up relationships with WikiLeaks. And it turns out this was all a well coordinated effort to cast doubt. A and misdirection on the fact that the Russians had obtained Hillary Clinton's information makes not just people on the campaign, look bad, but outside people as well who've been championing WikiLeaks and the president's team more on this when we come back. Okay. Guys. A quick time out for this week sponsor, and you know, the I get a script when you do a live read, you get a script, and it gives you suggested talking points. And so this week the sponsor is my butterfly pillow. And I appreciate it. And you know, the script stars that not all of us sleep the same way sixty three percent of Americans leap on their side. Are you one of them and then talked about my butterfly pill? Forget the script. I can do this one. Why can I do this one because I've been traveling with my butterfly pillow when I have saying hotels of late because, you know, hotel pillows, just they they're like pancakes. I mean, they're really really really fluffy. 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If you're just tuning in behind the the the issues we've been having here instead of having multiple people come on today to give their spin on the Miller report what I decided to do is. I I'm reading you. The key portions of the report and what I mean by the key portions is I'm not Sherry picking the report every portion of the report has a major paragraph and then subsequent paragraphs explain the major paragraph. And so I'm going through reading the major paragraphs and the task has been made easy to give some credit have been Shapiro who actually went through this morning and started screen shotting them. And I'm adding to them as I go along. So I'm reading you the key paragraphs, and then kind of explaining them to you because you need to understand what's going on. And a so many of the reporters are doing. Deeply partisan analyses. Doubling down on the president is guilty of something. They just don't know what. And too many of the president's supporters are unwilling to note that the report actually does make the president come off badly. There were things that the White House did that they should not have done things. The president did that he should not have done, and we'll get to some of those I want to keep reading now. This now is about some of the leaks from WikiLeaks and interaction with the with the presidential campaign and with the Trump family as well key portion here. Several hours later that is several hours after some of the leaks and a Twitter. Drink message from WikiLeaks. Donald Trump junior emailed a variety of senior staff, quote, guys. I got a weird Twitter diem from WikiLeaks see below I tried the password and it works and the about section. They reference contains the next pick in terms of who is behind it. Not sure if this is anything, but it seems like it's really WikiLeaks asking me as I follow them. And it is a direct message. Do you know the people mentioned and what the conspiracy they are looking for could be these are screen shots. But it's a fully built out page claiming to be a pack. Let me know your thoughts. And if we want to look into it Trump junior attached to screen shot of the about page for the unlocked site, Putin Trump dot org, the next day after the website had launched publicly Trump junior. Sen. a direct message to WikiLeaks off the record. I don't know who that is. But I'll ask around thanks on October third two thousand sixteen WikiLeaks and another direct message Trump junior asking you guys to help disseminate a link alleging Clint Hillary Clinton had advocated using a drone to target Julian Assange, Trump junior responded, he had already done that and asked what's behind this Wednesday leak, I keep reading about Wiki leaks did not respond on October twelve the next week Wiki leaks road again that it was great to see you and your dad talking about our publications strongly suggest your dad tweet this link if he mentions us, an it's a search link Wiki leaks wrote that the link would help Trump in digging through leaked emails and stated, quote, we just released Podesta emails part for two days later, Donald Trump junior publicly tweeted that link so in other words, there was a standoffish relationship between the Trump campaign and Wiki leaks. They were not directly coordinating WikiLeaks. Head put stuff up that Donald Trump junior had already tweeted out, and and WikiLeaks would send Donald Trump junior a tweet and say, hey, y'all should push that out, and he may not do it immediately. But there was not an ongoing coordination effort between the two, and it's also very clear that no one of the Trump organization, including Donald Trump junior actually knew that WikiLeaks was coordinating with the Russians. Now, this is another key point throughout two thousand sixteen the Trump campaign expressed interest in Hillary Clinton's private Email server and weather approximately thirty thousand emails from that server had. In fact, been permanently destroyed as reported by the media several individuals associated with the campaign were contacted in two thousand sixteen about various efforts to obtain the missing Clinton emails another stole of materials in support of the Trump campaign. Some of these contacts were met with skepticism and nothing came of them others were pursued to some degree. The investigation did not find. Evidence that the Trump campaign recovered any Clinton emails or these contacts were part of a coordinated effort between Russia and the Trump campaign. This again undermines one of the key things. We've heard in the media for three years that the Trump campaign was working with the Russians to uncover these deleted, Hillary Clinton emails. In fact, there were some there were some efforts to reach out to the Trump campaign and coordinate with a but nothing came of them there were other efforts pursued, and they couldn't find the Clinton Email campaigns. So it is very clear there were people associated with the campaign who were talking to individuals about trying to find the Clinton emails. They never did find the Clinton emails there are other people within the campaign. So some associated with the campaign and some inside the campaign, the ones associated with campaign, apparently, we're having more substantive conversation than those inside the campaign, and those inside the campaign treated, everything skeptically, that's another big issue here. But on top of it, all none of. Them new at all that they were dealing with the Russians wouldn't more expert here for we go to break on November third two thousand fifteen the day after the Trump organization transmitted the letter of intent the Seder emailed Cohen. This is the lawyers suggesting that the Trump Moscow project could be used to increase candidate trumps chances of being elected writing buddy are boy can become president of the USA and weaken engineer it I will get all of Putin's team to buy in on this. I will manage the process. Michael Putin gets on stage with Donald for a ribbon cutting for Trump Moscow and Donald owns the Republican nomination. Impossibly beats Hillary and our boys in we will manage this process better than anyone you and I will get Donald Vladimir on a stage together very shortly. That's the game changer later that day Seder followed up Seder bead working for Trump organization. Donald doesn't stare down. He negotiates and understands the economic issues and Putin only wants. To deal with the pragmatic leader. And a successful businessman is a good candidate for someone who knows how to negotiate business politics. Whatever it is is the same for someone who knows how to deal with it. The investigation identified evidence that during the period that Trump Moscow project was under consideration the possibility of candidate Trump visiting Russia arose into context I in interviews with the office. Michael Cohen stated that he discussed the subject of traveling to Russia with Trump twice once in late two thousand fifteen and again in spring two thousand sixteen according to Cohen, Trump indicated a willingness to travel if it would assist the project significantly on one occasion, Trump told at speak within campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski to coordinate the schedule Cohen recalls that he spoke to Louis hausky who suggested that they speak again when Cohen has actual dates to evaluate Cohen indicated however that he knew the travel prior to the Republican national convention would be impossible. Given the candidates pre existing commitments to the campaign. In other words, none of them actually saw that the president was going to get elected just that if he got on stage. Age and was next to Putin. And they were doing an economic deal that that could help the president one person suggested that may put him over the edge. But in all their ancillary conversations about it. It was all about showing the president was a guy who could cut deals and that was about getting Trump Tower in Moscow done. In other words, it was not a front for money laundering. And frankly, that's something I suspected as maybe they were using this property as a way to funnel money at a Moscow that doesn't appear to be the case at all. In fact, it definitely doesn't even appear to be the case they were trying to use it to shape the election. They were trying to use it to build the building a Moscow and help the Trump organization in business. Direction here. The phone number four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk. Let's go to the phone tears. We continue our review of the Muller report today. Jerry, you're up next. Welk welcome. Thank you. Call. Sure. Two quick things for you one. His lives, basically got conclusion from the report is that, you know, what Trump did something, but we can't find anything. So please help us find something whether saying that we know he did something that we just couldn't find anything with all our resources and the other point. I wanted to bring up is when did all this action take place it all happened under Obama's watch. Clapper's. Watch comedies watch. It all happened when they were in power and another member before, but I think a lot of people lose that when they're talking about it. But I but lose him. I said is Kate he did something, but we couldn't find anything. So we're not going to conclusively conclude that there was nothing there. I think people are starting to say that that this is now definitely something for the two thousand twenty. But look I agree with you on that. When in fact, does Steny Hoyer, the house majority leader come out and said that there's going to be new impeachment that this is if you don't like it deal with it at the ballot box and progressive. Activists this evening, our vilifying stingy Hoyer for this do not like that Hoyer is taking this position in any way, shape or form, they are very very upset about it. They want impeachment hearings, and they're not gonna get it. Anti-plo see yourself as come out and said, we're not going to a beach. We got an election in two years. Go fight. And that's making progressive activists mad when we come back. We're going to continue this review. Also, just a real quick stay with WSB overnight as these storms come in my sister's home in Mississippi got impacted by tornado, they're fine. The house's mostly fine. But the bad storms are coming folks in you need to stay with us. Paul. Zero Yixin here Atlanta's news on WSB. I'm gonna be here till seven o'clock tonight as we wind our way through the Muller report will take your phone calls again four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk if you're just tuning in e let me just make one overarching issue here with the station. There are storms coming through overnight into Atlanta. You're going to want to stick with us because they're going to impact probably the drive into the office tomorrow. So between Kirk Mellish triple team traffic, Scott slate will be able to get you where you need to go in the morning just real world personal impact on on this front. My sister. Actually, I was about to texter tiller. Hope they're okay. During the storm. She lives in Mississippi. And as I was about to do that got a text from her that they had to huddle in their hallway as a tornado came over them took off the citing and gutter on their house, lots of trees and power lines down there. They live south of Jackson Mississippi. So. Definitely very strong storms headed our way. So they should wind down some of your Kirk Mellish's weather forecasts they'll wind down some but still potential for some strong storms. So please be careful out there and stay with us in the morning as you go to the office. I'm going to continue what my plan is until the bottom of this hour. I'm going to focus on the first volume of the Miller report. There are two volumes. The first volume is on the collusion or conspiracy to affect the election. The second is on obstruction of Justice relating to the both firing of James Comey and obstructing the special prosecutor at five thirty. I'm going to switch even if haven't made it through all the experts, I wanna read, but instead of having a bunch of people come on and give you analysis and punditry, I mean, for God's sakes. The report was four hundred fifty pages long. It was very interesting to see a bunch of reporters who were attacking William bar couple of weeks ago for releasing his four-page letter to congress saying how getting out getting read four hundred fifty pages and only forty-eight hours and do this within minutes of the Miller report being released were already given their analysis. I so I don't want to do that. I wanna read you the key paragraphs and explain to you what they're talking about. Let you make up your own mind, so limit let me continue here. While he was discussing with his foreign contacts, a potential meeting of campaign officials with Russian government officials. George popadopoulos kept campaign officials apprised of his efforts on April twenty fifth two thousand sixteen the day before Mifsud told popadopoulos about the emails these are Russian having conversations with each other and popadopoulos the outside guy who lives in London popadopoulos wrote to senior policy adviser, Stephen Miller that quote, the Russian government has an open invitation by Putin for Mr. Trump to meet him when he is ready and that quote, the advantage of being in London is that these governments tend to speak a bit more openly in quote, unquote, neutral cities sounds like he's fluffing himself up if yes me on April twenty seven two thousand sixteen after meeting with MiFID popadopoulos wrote a second message to Miller stating that some interesting messages were coming in from Moscow about a trip when the time is right to the same day popadopoulos in a similar Email to campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski telling Lindau ski that popadopoulos had been. Receiving a lot of calls over the last month about Putin wanting to host Trump and the team when the time is right. We need are viewed popadopoulos in the campaign officials who interacted with him told the office that they could not recall popadopoulos is sharing the information that Russia had obtained dirt on candidate Clinton in the form of emails or that Russia could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information about Clinton popadopoulos data that he could not clearly recall having told anyone on the campaign and wavered about whether he accurately remembered an incident in which Clovis had been upset about hearing popadopoulos del Clovis. That's Sam Clovis believe it's Lewis that popadopoulos thought they had her emails the campaign officials who interacted or corresponded with popadopoulos have similar stated with various degrees of certainty that he did not tell them senior policy adviser, Stephen Miller, for example, did not remember hearing anything from popadopoulos about Russia having emails of or dirt on candidate Clinton, Clovis and other one of the campaign. Aides stated that he did not recall anyone including popadopoulos having. Given him non-public information that a four government might have in possession of material damaging to Hillary Clinton and the rest of that is redacted in relates to popadopoulos lying more likely than not I should say that's speculation on my part that it's about him line. But we know he was charged with line in in got in trouble. Now, here's some information on Carter page page was eager to accept the invitation to speak an event in salt approval from the Trump campaign officials to make a trip to Russia. This was an energy summit. He was attending on may sixteenth two thousand sixteen while the request was still under consideration Carter page emailed. The Trump team and suggested that candidate Trump takes his place speaking at the commencement ceremony. Moscow on June, nineteen two thousand sixteen Carter page followed up again to request approval to speak at the event and to reiterate that the organism organized with you. That would love to have Mr. Trump speak at their angel celebration in Carter pages place campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski responded the same day saying if you want to do this it would be outside. Side of your role with the presidential campaign. I'm certain the Trump Mr. Trump will not be able to attend. In other words, they were trying to get Trump to go to Russia, and he would not go campaign officials say, Nope. On July eighth two thousand sixteen while he was in Moscow quarter page emailed. Several campaign officials stated he would send a readout soon. Regarding some incredible insights and outreach. I've received from a few Russian legislators and senior members of the presidential administration here on June ninth of two thousand sixteen page Email the team writing in part, quote, Russian deputy, prime minister and any s board member Arcadi Vork vich also spoke before the event in a private conversation. Vork vich express strong support for Mr. Trump at a desire to work together toward devising better solutions in response to the vast range of current international problems based on feedback from a diverse array of other sources close to the presidential administration. It is readily apparent that? This cinnamon is widely held at all levels of the government. And then the rest of this is redacted. There is a relevant footnote in that footnote is this the Muller investigators were. Unable to obtain additional evidence or testimony about who page may have met or communicated with in Moscow, thus pages activities in Russia's described it as emails with campaign were not fully explained. But then the office found no evidence that the Russian ambassador Kislyak conversed with either Donald Trump or Jeff Sessions after the speech in Washington or would have had the opportunity to do. So. One of the individuals who is involved said he didn't recall seeing Kislyak at the post speech luncheon, and the only witness who accounted for sessions whereabouts stated that sessions may have spoken to the press after the event, but then depart for Capitol Hill other said based in part on a food related requests, he received from the campaign staff members that Donald Trump left the hotel a few minutes after the speech to go to the airport. So in other words, these there was no way for the Russian ambassador to interact with the Trump campaign and the way the media reported between April two thousand sixteen and the speech of the Mayflower Hotel the presidential election, Jared Kushner had periodic contact with what are the individuals who is trying to coordinate communication, those contexts consisted, both in person meetings and phone conversations which concerned how to address issues relating to Russian the campaign and how to move forward with the advisory group of foreign policy experts. The individual who is talking to Kushner recall that he not Kushner initiated conversations about Russian that Kushner never asked him to sit up backchannel conversations, according to this individual who is helping develop Russian foreign policy for the Trump campaign after the Muller speech in April. He the guy's name is signs raised the issue of Russian context with Kushner advised that it was bad optics for the campaign to develop hidden Russian context and told Kushner that the campaign should not highlight. Russia's an issue and should handle any context with Russia with care Kushner provided a similar account. Another words, Jared Kushner and the guy on the Trump campaign who is helping coordinate Russian issues. Louis we can't do any back door deals with the Russians. It would be bad. If we did. And we should not trust them again that undermines key details that have come out of the media in the last three years. And yet the media today is saying that they got it. All right this evidence. This is direct quotes. I'm reading you. A key passages from the Mola report undermine so much. Of what we have. Now. What about that meeting with Natalia villas notes guy? Wait until you hear what Miller said about that. Rex in here on WSB Atlanta's evening news. I am reading portions of the molar report. And I'm trying to put them in context for you. But allowing you to make up your own mind year, and the main reason of do this is because I think so much of the conversation about the mole report is from partisan lines, the Trump campaign and Donald Trump himself come across looking very badly. In the report, they do he is not exonerated contrary to claims for the White House. But he's also not guilty of any sort of collusion or conspiring with the Russians to steal the election. The issue with him is obstruction of Justice at the bottom of the hour. We'll get to that. But on the collusion stuff. I it is the the Muller report is absolutely committed to the fact that the they may have behaved in some cases unethically, and we're about to get into one, but they didn't behave illegally the Trump campaign and the one that that is questionable ethics comes from the Trump campaign meeting on June ninth two thousand sixteen with the Talia village that sky let me read you from the mole report on June, ninth two thousand sixteen t representatives of the Trump campaign met and Trump tire with Russian attorney expecting to receive derogatory information about Hillary Clinton from the Russian government. The meeting was proposed to Donald Trump junior in an Email from rob Goldstone at the request of his then client Imon agalarov, the son of Russian real estate developer our cycle our of Goldstone related to Trump junior that the crown prosecutor. Direct quote crown prosecutor Russia offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealing with Russia as part of Russia and has government support for Mr. Trump in quote, Trump junior mealy responded that quote, if that's what you say. I love it close quote and arranged the meeting through a series of emails and phone calls, Trump junior invited campaign chairman, Paul Manafort and senior adviser Jared Kushner to attend the meeting and both did members of the campaign discussed the meeting before it occurred. Michael Cohen recalls. The Trump junior may have told candidate Trump about an upcoming meeting to receive adverse information about Clinton without linking the meeting to Russia. According to written answers submitted by President Trump. He had no recollection of learning to the media at the time and the office found no evidence showing that he was made aware of the meeting or it's Russian connection before it occurred. The Russian attorney who spoke at the meeting Natalia Vilson sky did not actually provide the information. She claimed there were funds derived from legal activities in Russia provided to heal. Hillary Clinton the documents and never brought forward. The information before shifting the conversation to something. She wanted to talk about. Welcome Matera Kerik sitting here. News ninety five five AM seven fifty W S be taking your phone calls on the mullahs report. Four four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk and reading through the Miller report, letting you make up your own mind reading you. The key portions of the Miller report not cherry picking per se. I got an Email from someone saying read the whole it's four hundred fifty pages, but I can read you the the opening paragraphs of each portion of it and let you make up your own mind, we have dealt with the collusion issue. I got a call. I want to take on that issue. And then I'm going to move onto the obstruction issues or. Yeah. The obstruction issues the report was in two volumes volume one was collusion volume. Two is obstruction. The Muller report. Very clear findings. There was no collusion. The Trump officials did talk to Russians but had no knowledge that they were talking to Russians they got played by the Russians. I think it is a fair criticism to say that at one point though, they were offered in Trump Tower, a former lawyer for the Russians offering hand them information damaging to Hillary Clinton, and they didn't say anything that he won. But I suspect now in reading the Miller report on new why because according to the introductory material setting up the meeting it was officially Dr. Committed information. So in other words, it was information that was would have been in the public record. If it exists in it turns out, it didn't exist. But that was the pretense to get the meeting. This was the meeting with Natalia Vilson sky. And it turns out the meeting was actually to talk about the Magnitsky act that impose sanctions on Russia. She never really had any information on Hillary Clinton. She was just claiming to to get the meeting. Now, let me go take this call from Jim in Atlanta. Welcome to the program. Jim Hello good area regarding the excess. You just read about the Trump Tower meeting the report and mention that the someone from GPS GPS views and perhaps Glenn Simpson met with the Russian lawyer before and after the Trump Tower meeting, that's there's nothing about fusion GPS in the report. I see. Yeah. So there is some speculation into appears that the the attorney general does want to look into how some of these things were set up and determine general now is looking into the origin nation of the Christopher Steele dossier in that apparently does involve the democratic opposition research firm, fusion GPS. So a new investigation may find that. But this investigation was not looking into that. Now, I want to move on to the Muller findings relating to obstruction. And again, I'm going to read you passages. I will put them in context, I will allow you to go where you want with them. Okay. Here we go this is obstruction. This is the very beginning of the obstruction volume. I a traditional prosecution or declaration decision entails a binary determination to initiate or decline a prosecution, but we determined not to make traditional prosecutorial judgment. The office of legal counsel has issued an opinion finding that the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting president would impermissible undermine the capacity of the executive branch to performance constitutionally assigned functions in violation of the constitutional separation of powers, given the role of the special counsel as an attorney in the department of Justice and the framework of the special counsel regulations. This office accepted that legal conclusion for the purpose of exercising prosecutorial jurisdiction and apart from that constitutional view we recognize that a federal criminal accusation against the sitting president would place burdens on the president's capacity to govern and potentially preempt constitutional processes for addressing presidential misconduct. Second while that opinion concludes that a sitting president may not be prosecuted it recognizes that a criminal investigation during the president's term is permissible the office of legal counsel opinion. Also recognizes that a president does not have immunity after he leaves office. And if individuals other than the president committed an obstruction offense, they may be prosecuted at that time give those considerations. The facts known to us and the strong public interest in safeguarding, the integrity of the criminal Justice system. We concluded a thorough factual investigation in order to preserve the evidence. When memories were fresh in documentary. Material was available third. We considered whether to evaluate the conduct investigated into the Justice manual standards governing prosecution into Clinton decisions, but we determined not to apply an approach that could potentially result in a judgment that the president committed crimes the threshold step under the Justice manual standards is to assess whether a person's conduct constituted a federal offence. Fairness concerns counseled against potentially reaching that judgment win. No charges can be brought the ordinary means for an individual to respond to an accusation is through a speedy and public trial with all of. The procedural protections that surround a criminal case and individual who believes he was wrongly accused can use that process to seek to clear his name in contrast. A prosecutors judgment the crime for committed and that no charges will be brought affords. No such adversary ll opportunity for public name cleary before it impartial. Adjudicator? That's a really important point being glossed over today. It's not that they decided well, the president can't be prosecuted. So we're not gonna go. There is that they decided they're not going to say whether or not we think he's guilty because there'd be no way for the president declares name. So they're gonna lay out the facts that allow the attorney general to decide what to do. That's where we are with the obstruction case. And boy, do they lay out some facts, we'll get to those when we come back. Okay. Guys, a quick time out for this week sponsor, and you know, the I get a script when you do a live read, you get a script, and it gives you suggested talking points. And so this week the sponsor is my butterfly pillow. And I appreciate it. And you know, the script stars that not all. All of us sleep the same way sixty three percent of American sleep on their side. Are you one of them and then talked about my butterfly pill? Forget the script. I can do this one. 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And you know, as the script says it keeps your neck and spinal alignment throughout the night. Even if you switch sides, it really does really am a fan of this pillow and listeners to my show can save thirty dollars off the list price of one hundred twenty nine dollars use code Eric at checkout, and you'll get my butterfly pillow for just ninety nine dollars and free shipping in the continental United States. Go to my butterfly pillow dot com and enter code Eric checkout safe thirty dollars and get free shipping. That's my butterfly pillow dot com. Check out code, Eric. And the great thing about it is you can take it with you to these hotels that have these horrible horrible fluffy pillows that flatten out late pancakes, you can use my butterfly pillow and get a good night's sleep. Welcome back. We continue to work our way through the molar report as much as we can. I'm going to be here for another hour reading through it. I I wonder read you a fourth reason why the Muller team decided not to make a specific finding on obstruction. If you'll recall the first is because the the president is presumed not to be able to be indicted. The second is because they if the president couldn't be indicted. They did not want to basically say he's guilty when he had no way to fight it. A third reason was because they believe it they needed to lay out a factual case and did not wanna make the initial prosecutorial discretion of whether or not there was or was not. And then lastly, this if we had confidence after thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit a structure of Justice. We would so state based on the facts. The ethical legal standards. However, we're unable to reach that judgment the evidence we obtained about the president's actions and intent presents difficult issues that prevent us from conclusively determining no criminal conduct core occurred accordingly while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exaggerate him. That's the intro. Let's Nell begin in. There are some reductions here a lot of it related to the Roger stolen, situation and other matters. The campaign's response to reports about Russian support for Trump during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign questions arose about the Russian government's appearance support for candidate Trump after WikiLeaks released politically damaging Democratic Party emails that were reported to have been hacked by Russia. Trump publicly expressed skepticism that Russia was responsible for the acts at the same time. He and other campaign officials privately sought information about any further planned WikiLeaks releases Trump also denied having any business interconnections to Russia, even though its latest June two thousand sixteen the Trump organization had been pursuing a licensing deal for skyscraper to be built in Russia Trump Tower Moscow after the election. The president expressed concerns to advisors their reports of Russia's election fields might lead the public. Question the legitimacy of his election, and it goes downhill from there ALP continue this and take your phone calls when we come back. One. Hello and welcome. It is Eric Erickson here. I am giving you an extra our coverage tonight to work through the Muller report. Thank you very much, by the way to a number of listeners who have emailed inter- the last hour just appreciating the approach year, I debated this all day had to do it. Whether it have people on I had reached out to the White House earlier and members of congress had several members of congress reach out to me and say they wanted to be on. And ultimately, I concluded is watching all of the coverage today that you weren't actually learning anything about what Muller said you learning. What people wanted you to think about what Miller said, I would rather actually read the report to you, the ki experts and let you make up your own mind. The president does not come off looking good in this report. He doesn't. But he also doesn't come off looking like a felon either. It very much is clear. Hillary Clinton did not lose the election because of the Russians and Trump coordinating. Now, I'm happy to take your phone calls as. Well this hour four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk next hour. Alan Sanders is going to be here to continue this ongoing approach and reminder tomorrow, I'll be here for two six and then from six to eight we're going to drop the political coverage in news coverage and move into the Good Friday show as we always do on Good Friday that'll be six to eight tomorrow night. Now, let me read you some expert here, I wanna rebe begin again, this particular, quote, so that you have it in full. I kind of rushed it in that last segment during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign questions arose about the Russian government's apparent support for candidate Trump after WikiLeaks released politically damaging Democratic Party emails that were reported to have been hacked by Russia. Trump publicly expressed Chris skepticism that Russia was responsible for the hacks at the same time. He and other campaign officials privately sought information, and then there's an area redacted in the guests from every single person under the sun left. And right is that it? It from Roger stone. Or the three words that were redacted about any further plan Wiki leaks releases Trump also denied having any business in or connections to Russia, even though as late as June two thousand sixteen the Trump organization had been pursuing a licensing deal for a skyscraper to be built in Russia called Trump Tower Moscow after the election. The president expressed concerns to advisers that reports of Russian election interference might lead the public to question the legitimacy of his election now. Conduct involving FBI director Komi and Mike Flynn. In mid January twenty seventeen incoming national security adviser, Michael Flynn falsely denied to the vice president of the United States other administration officials and Federal Bureau of investigation agents that he had talked to Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak about Russia's response to US sanctions on Russia for its election interference on January twenty seven the day after the president was told that Flynn had lied to the vice president and had made similar statements to the FBI the president invited FBI director Komi to a private dinner at the White House and told Colmey that he needed loyalty. On February fourteenth the day after the president requested Mike Flynn's resignation. The president told an outside adviser quote now that we have fired Flynn. The Russia thing is over in quote. The adviser disagreed and said the investigation would continue later that afternoon. The president cleared the Oval Office to have a one on one meeting with Colmey referring to the FBI investigation of Flynn. The president said, quote, I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go to letting Flynn go. He's a good guy. I hope you can let this go in quote shortly after requesting Flynn's resignation and speaking privately with Komi, the president sought to have the national security adviser Katie McFarland draft an internal letter stating that the president had not directed Flynn to discuss sanctions with Kislyak McFarland declined because she did not know whether that was true and a White House counsel's office attorney thought that the request would look like a quid pro quo. Oh for an ambassador ship. She had been offered. In other words, the president fired philan- after it was clear Flynn had lied and then asked Colmey to stop prosecuting Flynn. Because Flynn was a good guy. And then ask the deputy national security advisor to draft letter stating that the president had not told Mike Flynn to discuss sanctions with Kislyak. Curious that he would ask the national sue the deputy national security advisor to do that after firing Mike Flynn. Okay. Knicks Nick segment the president's reaction to the ongoing investigation. In February of two thousand seventeen attorney general Jeff Sessions began to assess whether he had to recuse himself from campaign related investigations because of his role in the Trump campaign in early March, the president told White House counsel, Don Mcgann to stop Jeff Sessions from recusing himself and after sessions announced his recusals on March second the president expressed anger at the decision and told advisers he should have attorney general who would protect him that weekend. The president took sessions aside and an event in urged him to quote unquote, unrequited himself later in the March James Comey publicly disclosed at a congressional hearing the FBI was investigating the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election, including any links or coordination between the Russian government and the Trump campaign in the following days. The president reached out to the director of national intelligence and the leaders of the CIA and the NSA too. Ask them what they could do to publicly dispel the suggestion that the president had any connection to the Russian election interference effort. The president also twice called Colmey directly notwithstanding guidance. From Don Mcgann the White House counsel to avoid direct contacts with the department of Justice. Colmey this this this this is important here. Colmey had previously assured the president that the FBI was not investigating him personally. And the president asked Komi to lift the cloud of the Russia investigation by saying that publicly. Now, I would oppose from reading here and set the stage here because it involves what William bar the Torney general said this morning. One of their conclusions. William barn, rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general for why the president could not be prosecuted for obstruction is because the president did not have intent to obstruct. The president's reasoning and actions were based on emotions not intentions. The president believed that he was being unfairly maligned and that his victory was being unfairly maligned and the president had been told by James Komi as I just read you in the report, call me had previously assured the president the FBI was done investigating him. Personally media reports made it sound like Trump himself was involved. The president was very angry about it. And he wanted Komi to publicly say that the president was not personally be investigated win Colmey refused. The president fired him. It was an emotional response. It was designed to obstruct. It does not appear that the president attempted to obstruct the investigation into Russia by James Komi, his obstruction actually came later in other conduct that the president did again, there are ten instances that the special prosecutor looked like a looked at and we're walking through those ten instances here. I wanna finish walking through these before we get to the rest. So if you will forgive me for keeping you on hold on the phones, I think it's important that I set the stage for the rest of these. And then I'll take your phone calls. We'll be back here at a minute. I have to pause momentarily. My sister is texting me. And while she's texting me this. I'm getting several emails from listeners asking the same question. And I'm I they can't be coordinated because they don't know each other. But it is Easter weekend and everybody wants to do a ham. So let me just tell you go get a city ham that that is not a country him city him city ham is typically pre smoked precooked. You just heat it up in the oven. All you do is you take a quarter Cup of Honey a quarter Cup of Brown sugar. Two tablespoons of bourbon, turn it into a syrup on the stove. Just bring it to a boil pays based at all over the ham, and then pack on crush ginger snaps and stick it in the oven. Just like the direction say about two fifty three hundred degrees. Bring it up to one hundred forty degrees in internal you're good. If you want recipes like this text recipe two three four five three four five. But that's it. All you do is. Br. Rush on some Honey Brown sugar and bourbon edge crush ginger snaps and just bring it up to heat. You just want the internal temperature be like one hundred forty degrees. You still do it. Too fast with a ginger snaps o'byrne. But that's it that that's your ham for Easter. Now, we can resume our conversation about the Muller. I want to focus on key next portion of the Muller report in that is the efforts to undermine the special counsel's investigation. Two days after directing White House counsel Mcgann to have the special counsel removed. The president made another attempt to affect the course of the rush investigation on June nineteenth two thousand seventeen the president met one on one in the Oval Office with his former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, a trusted adviser outside the government and dictated a message for Lewis douse you liver two sessions. The message said that sessions should publicly announce that notwithstanding his recused from the rush investigation. The investigation was very unfair to the president and the president had done. Nothing. Wrong and sessions plan to meet. With facial council to let him move forward with investigating election meddling for future. Elections Lunde hausky said he understood what the president wanted sessions to do one month later in another private meeting with Lindau's he on July nineteen two thousand seventeen the president asked about the status of his message for sessions to limit the special counsel investigation to future election interference Lewin. Douse key. Told the president that the message would be delivered soon hours after the meeting the president. Done it publicly criticised sessions and the issued a series of tweets make it clear. Sessions job was in jeopardy. Lewin, douse gid not want to liver. The president's message personally. So he asked Rick Dearborn. Another White House official to deliver. It dearborn. Did not do it either. There you go folks bunch of people working for the president not doing what the president wanted keeping the president from trouble. Welcome. It is in here. News ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB reminder, six o'clock tomorrow night, the Good Friday show. I want to go on. I don't wanna keep TJ on holding longer. It's been there for almost half an hour. TJ? Welcome to the program. Hey, how you doing good? How are you? Good. Hey, so I was listening to Bloomberg today in some talking head was talking about the the mod report. And the question came up about about getting access to the grand jury testimony. And this guy said the only way that could happen was through the process of impeachment. So that's all right. First question is that true second. If so is that because they would definitely be basically, the only legal reason for getting access to that information. Yes. Congress would have to subpoena it in in an impeachment process. A grand jury information according to federal law is prohibited from being made public unless it relates to an impeachment. Among there are a number of other things but impeachment being chief among them so of congress and peaches the president they could get that information. Otherwise, they really can't now that actually TJ pledged raise the question because there are only a couple of categories a few categories that Bob that William bar redacted, the president exerted, no executive privilege. So there are no. Oh claims from the president that information should not be released. What there is is Glenn grand jury information. Grand jury information prohibited by law classified information, along with the sources and methods of conducting that information that is all prohibited by law from being released another category. That was redacted was impairment of other cases in particular, Roger stone. In fact, the overwhelming majority of redacted information is about existing pending cases. And then the last one is information that could damage the reputation of innocent people, they redacted that. So if there's a third party who may have said, something, they redacted who that person was so that that person could not be dragged into the affair when they had no culpability that didn't want to damage that person's reputation. That's it. But there are no executive privilege claims in the entire report, which is actually pretty impressive. Now, I want to read you of the last two things here for the evening. So that she kinda get the full picture of the obstruction issue. Although the series of events we investigated involve discreet, axe the overall pattern of the president's conduct towards the investigations can shed light on the nature of the president's acts, and the inferences that can be drawn about his intent in particular the actions we investigated can be divided into two phases. Reflected a possible shift in the president's motives, the first phase covered the period from the president's first interactions with Komi through the president's firing of Komi during that time. The president had been repeatedly told he was not personally under investigation soon after the firing of coal me and the appointment of the special counsel. However, the president became aware that his own conduct was being investigated in an obstruction of Justice inquiry at that point the president engaged in a second phase of conduct involving public attacks on the investigation non-public efforts to control it. And efforts in both public and private to encourage witnesses not to cooperate with the investigation judgments about the nature of the president's motives during each phase would be informed by the totality of the evidence. And what they discovered is that the overwhelming majority of the totality of the evidence shows the president did try to obstruct the investigation and wasn't successful. And there's no such thing as a tin attempted obstruction. But also that the president had no intent to obstruct. He was making emotional decisions driven by his belief that he was innocent and being smeared. Let me now read you this key portion of what the mole report says. The president's efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful. And that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or a seed his requests James Colmey did not into the investigation of Mike Flynn, which ultimately resulted in Mike Flynn's prosecution and conviction for lying to the PI White House counsel, Don Mcgann, did not tell the acting attorney general that the special counsel must be removed. But instead prepared to resign over the president's order. Corey Lewandowski Dearborn did not deliver. The president's message to Jeff Sessions that he should confine the rush investigation to further election meddling only Don Mcgann refused to recede from his recollection about events surrounding the president's direction to have the special counsel removed despite the president's demands repeatedly that he do so consistent with that pattern the evidence, we obtained would not support potential obstruction charges against the president's aides and associates beyond those already filed in considering the full scope we investigated the president's actions can be divided into phases. Those are what I just read. Another words all of the progressives out there who have been telling us that people needed to not work for President Trump, and that people should be bullied in prevented from working for President Trump and people should resign rather than continue to work in for president. Trump, thankfully, the people who worked for President Trump did not listen, the president has avoided a charge of obstruction of Justice. Because though, he wanted people to do things on his behalf. Those people did not comply there is no attempted obstruction. It's either you obstructed or you didn't. And because the people the president surrounded himself with tended to be honest competent people they refused to comply with the things. The president wanted them to do thereby sparing the president and obstruction of Justice charge. We want good people to surround the president and those who have been harassing the people who surround the president are the people who. Clearly would have put us on course for major constitutional crisis. It's a good thing. They're harassment and intimidation did not work. It is curious in here. An extended our of Atlanta's evening news. Thanks, very much market room for letting me do this this evening being able to walk through this. And then again tomorrow night six to eight the Good Friday show. I will be here for two six though. And we'll be taking your calls. We'll we'll get more into the the detailed analysis and Mike takes on the molar report. But honestly, so I turned on CNN this morning as things were moving forward and was listening and so much of what so many of their pundits were saying was so bad and so wrong and same on MSNBC. For example, you had analysts and pundits saying the the president coined the collusion term not them. And that's not true at all. It was the media that I started using the collusion narrative in and not not the words conspiracy. It's just it was in fortunate that they wanted to spend in that way. And e really really aggravated me and hearing it. So I just I found that problematic moving forward. I do want to go through a I'll give you my hot takes. If you want. I will give you my overarching take though, and that is this the Miller report definitively shows there was no collusion. There were certainly unethical behavior by Trump administrator or Trump campaign staffers. They did things that I don't think a good person should have done, but they were in it to win it and that happens in campaigns. It also shows that Paul Manafort was a pretty nefarious dude who is not in the pockets of the Russians or trying to get the Trump administration to work with the Russians. He was in it to make money Manafort, the documents show was trying to steer business to himself and thought if he could show the Russians he was useful to them with with Trump. They would send him more business in eastern Europe. That's that's what he wanted. A wasn't about getting Trump to be applied. One of the Russians or anything else like that. It was about Manafort wanting more business from the Russians so all of these things taken together show, a group of deeply self interested people who did not have really Donald Trump's interests at heart. And then in the the other situation with obstruction? Donald Trump was his own worst enemy. He was protected by the people who worked for him in. You can't you can't underestimate the ability of having good people around the president who refuse to do the things the president watered who apparently didn't even know they were illegal. He just wanted him done, and they worry legal if they had been done. So he was protected by good people. See you guys tomorrow. Right now at banana Republic factory save big with fifty to seventy percent off your store. Let's take an extra fifty percent off clearance up. Dresses hall of starting in nineteen ninety nine find your nearest store. Shop online only Annetta factory high fashion outline. Hi this Easter I'm on the hunt for eggs for new styles. 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CAFE Insider 03/25: Don't Barr Mueller's Report

"Hi, stay tuned listeners. The mullahs report has been delivered to attorney general William bar, and Mr. bar has summarize those findings there are certainly more to come. But we do have plenty to discuss cafe insider is our new subscription service. That includes podcast co hosted by an milligram and me each week. We break down the news and make sense of what's happening from time to time. We may portions of cafe insider episodes available in the stay tuned feed today, we are bringing you a segment from our most recent episode needless to say, it's all about the mullahs report to listen to the full episode and access all other cafe insider content. Become a member of cafe dot com slash insider. That's cafe dot com slash insider. So Bill bars letter describing the mother report says that unlike in the collusion case. With the special prosecutor did not find a crime was established with respect to obstruction. The special counsel did not make a determination and says the ultimate determined not to make traditional prosecutorial judgement draws no conclusion one way or another as to whether the examine conduct constituted obstruction. And goes on to say that the Muller reports sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leaves unresolved what the council with the special counsel of us as difficult issues of law and fact, and then interestingly quotes from the special counsel report in a way, that's not helpful to the president. But obviously, Bill Barham must've known. This would this would become public at some point. And you look terrible for concealing it, especially cancel states that quote, while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him. Do you find that extraordinary? I find it extraordinary. I really do. What's fascinating about this? And I think we have to break this down into a lot of differ. Parts, which is that first of all Muller made a decision not to make the ultimate prosecutorial judgement. Which is basically, you know, and I've done this and reports, and I've I've, you know, obviously, you know, got we've gone to grand juries personally and had attorneys who worked with us go to grand juries. He didn't make that decision of. Could this or should this case have gone to the grand jury if the president could have been charged and their couple things I think like if we can just sort of go high level, the first is what's fascinating about this letter. Is that almost every letter I've ever written related to an investigation that that was not alternately prosecuted sets out the legal standards and really talks about what standard is being used in the letter this this doesn't and it's pretty clear to me. And I think we should talk about it. But it's pretty clear to me that Muller presents the evidence. And we should do the thought exercise of what do you do when you think you have probable cause to charge a case, which is the legal standard, but not proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Exactly. And I think maybe it's worth just sort of digressing on this for a second to say that, you know, prosecutors look when it comes to the grand jury or charging a misdemeanor. The question is is it more like? And not that a crime was committed by this specific person. And so the probable cause standard. It's almost fifty one percent, right. It's more likely than not that something happened. But when you go to trial, it's a different standard. Right. I talked about this a bunch of my book. They want to many minutes to go by. But but let me ask you. This question though. Did you have any expectation that there would be a punt like this? I didn't. And when I I did not. Yes. So when I first read it, and you know, it was fever pitch yesterday evening and everyone's trying to read the letter, and I was watching the as I like to say the breathless reporting on television. And I I read it, and I was I was really disappointed because they didn't get it. You know, isn't that what the special counsel was four? Is that the point? And you take the first issue collusion. Ensure it was an easier decision. I guess to say that was not in establish evidence of a crime in this other issue that by the way is the whole reason there really is a special counsel. The whole reason that Bob Muller exists in this capacity is because he fired him Komi. And it looked like maybe he was trying to obstruct the Russia investigation. And that's what caused rod Rosenstein to to bring the bomb to explode the nuclear bomb of the special counsel that that emanate. Did not from Russian collusion and conspiracy concerns that emanated from a deep concern, the part of a lot of people that there was obstruction going on here and for him to punt on it. My initial thought was wow. That seems like an abdication. I thought about it more in my view is not as harsh, you know, given the stakes given seemingly the closeness of the question. It seems to me that he was trying to have been using this semi awkward analogy for the last couple of days. It seemed that Bob Muller was punting to congress and then Bill bar ran on the field grabbed the football and took it in for a touchdown for Trump out of the blue, you know, kind of from the bleachers. How do you feel about the fact that Muller sort of punted that question? So I do think he punted the question. And I I agree with you. My initial reaction was a harsher one than my sort of second reaction. You know, my initial reaction was. We should talk about this in depth in a second. But my initial reaction is that there is evidence of obstruction of Justice. The president did not give an interview he submitted written written answers on the collusion peace, but he did not address the obstruction question and that Bob Muller was faced with evidence of wrongdoing. But a very difficult case, and you know, obstruction turns very much on the intent of the person, whether or not, you know, there was the president was trying to corruptly persuade or influence, Jim Colmey or others. And so there really is a series. There are serious factual questions here that I think Muller would have struggled with. And so I sort of in my mind asked the question of, you know, is it possible that there was probable cause to charge but not proof beyond a reasonable doubt to convict. And that if that were the case, what would Muller it. What would you do? What would I do? And that's the thought exercise. That got me to be more sympathetic to Muller, and to ultimately sort of want to ask you this question of is there is there a deep flaw in the process through which Muller was appointed. You know, he was not given the ultimate decision making a thority. He was given under the letter under the regulations, which I now think need to be completely redone perhaps there needs to be a new and different special counsel statute passed by congress. But he was he was only given the authority to give a report to the attorney general. And so, you know, you're read that he was doing this for congress to say, hey, here's the evidence of this. Here are the challenges with the case. I would be very surprised and let me ask you this. Do you think Muller would have said there's evidence on both sides. Would he you think he would have framed it like that? Specifically. Here's the thing about it. I think the takeaway should be there is substantial significant serious credible evidence that the president United States obstructed Justice. Otherwise, he would have answered this question the same way, he did the collusion question. It's also clear that the special counsel may view, the president as different from other people. And that is ordinarily if you have a, you know, a regular everyday Joe citizen, whom you've investigated for obstruction you it's a binary choice. Right. You make the decision to pursue or not in. My thought is in cases that are really close where you're going to think about proceeding with criminal charges that will result in the separation of that person from his liberty. And it's really really close. I think you don't bring the case, you know, you call it today, and you say the tie goes to the runner the runner being the defendant in this case because the criminal Justice system should operate that way and the benefit of the doubt not just at trial. But also in the charging phase should go to the defendant. He didn't do that here. He could have said, look, it's a close question. And so the general practice in pursuit of. Justice in in the interest of Justice should be you know, what we don't fully have it. It's too close. In those circumstances you walk away. He knows that there's another avenue of accountability and chose not to say, we don't recommend a charge is not a charge leave it to congress as I think about the way in which he must have perceived the status of the president and the quality and quantum of the evidence. He must have been thinking about congress. Do you think that he was considering either sort of the state of American democracy and the fallout? Yeah, I think so I do I do because it's a big deal. Particularly if it's a close question. I also wonder you know, was he considering was he thinking about the institutions, and I, you know, I think Muller he's both a patriot. But I also think he's an he's he's a big advocate for the institutions of the FBI and the department of Justice. And so, you know, there is there is something of that here too. He deferred to the attorney general. I think we should also be clear though. And I've now read this letter a number of times and. You know, I think what Barr says very clearly, and I might be reading into this a bit. But he says the special counsel therefore did not draw conclusion one way or the other. And he then goes on to say special counsel's decision to describe the facts of his obstruction investigation without reaching any legal conclusion leaves it to the attorney general to determine whether the conduct described in this report constitutes a crime. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I I the same reaction seems like you're having that if you read it quickly, and my first thought was well, wow. I guess Muller wanted bar to way in which is make a lot of sense given that it was supposed to be up to the special counsel. But that's not what the letter says is very cleverly worded. He didn't say special counsel left. It to me. He said the special counsel's decision leaves it to the attorney general. Meaning there's now like vacuums devoid of void that I Bill bar and rod Rosenstein are going to rush into to fill now on the one hand. It's not crazy for the attorney general knowing that there's this this pregnant issue now two Russian and fill the void to try to get past it, knowing what views he has. But I kind of puts a cloud over little crazy, though, it's a little crazy for two reasons. One. We've all agreed. And we've talked about many times the fact that there's department of Justice policy that says the president can now be charged. So Muller does not make a recommend. Dacian as to whether or not the president has committed a crime bar does not need to address that. There's no compelling reason that bar needs to address that issue. It's not like the president is going to be charged under existing DOJ guideline, which is the sworn attorney general for the United States would follow this. I can piece is that you're right. I think Muller was writing this for congress and was writing this for another sort of judge and jury to two way what bar does is. He basically steps in. And he takes it all and the language he uses where he's talking about. He and road re rod Rosenstein where he says rod Rosenstein, and I have concluded that the evidence developed during the special counsel's investigation is not sufficient to establish that the president committed and obstruction of Justice offense. He's not just deciding whether or not the president could be charged with a crime. He's deciding the president's guilt or innocence. And there he sang the president is innocent. And that to me goes well beyond the attorney, John. I mean, the attorney general is. The judge jury. And so it really is kind of an extraordinary thing. He does that leaves us in a very in a position where he's now frame this in one way, the media has followed that framing, and I think, you know, he's been affective. He's been ineffective politician in some ways at defining the issue in a way that I sincerely doubt Muller intended. I hope you've enjoyed the sample of the cafe insider podcast in the full episode. And and I also speak at great length about bar summary of the report, the special counsels conclusions and what's next for the president. And congress to listen become a member by going to cafe dot com slash insider and get access to all insider content. That's cafe dot com slash insider to the many of you who have chosen to join the insider community. Thank you for supporting our work.

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The Veiled Monarch 001 - Welcome to Miami

The Veiled Monarch

18:06 min | 1 year ago

The Veiled Monarch 001 - Welcome to Miami

"Morning. Darius raina? Nope. Not until there's coffee. It's six thirty AM. I don't talk until there's coffee. I just made them bless you. Dear woman. I'm glad you like her why. This is Catherine Klayman detective claiming the new detective though, we hired that I tried to tell you about last week twice. Oh, nice to meet you. I'm raina. Are we working together? You're working together this morning, since it's detective claimants first day will make sure it's boring. It wasn't a boring night, south three where wolves and cups upfront. What happened this time? Same thing as usual doing doughnuts in a parking lot on their bikes and trying out run squad cars. I saw three Harleys gaining towed. They were on harley's. That's a terrible idea. They can't outrun a squad car you like bikes Catherine. I own one. Nice really, I thought you were human. I am when did human stop writing motorcycles? Where wolves are the only ones who ride. Most of the time, they are anyway. Here's your morning visit paperwork routine check on a new, vampire. Why are we doing this? Darius can't you just send in an officer, he's an older, vampire gets a little more respect due to his age than Genza, Moretti sound familiar. I know that name he was a real estate mogul in Virginia for over a century. Why does he move to Miami? When you meet him is he a danger? Not that we know of he's got a pretty clean record. The only thing we hear is that he's eccentric. Because he's over four centuries old. All right. We'll go see him. Sue catherine. You're from South Carolina. Yeah. A little town called Gifford just about three hundred people and all human. Wow. So how do you like Miami? It's probably a big culture, shock compared to an all human tiny town. I did go to college in the academy in a larger place. I also worked in the department in Greenville for awhile. I'm not completely nude everything but Miami has a lot more non humans taking some getting used to that's good. At least. So what made you want to become a detective? I have a boyfriend in high school who was murdered. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that they arrested amfar for the murder, I visited her in prison for the stakes through, and I don't believe she did it. I think that the wrong person was convicted I wanted to make sure that doesn't happen to anyone else. That's a really sad story. I can't say my reasons or anywhere near as noble, what are yours. And my dad was a coup-. My mom was to, and I followed in my parents, footsteps. That's nice. I'll bet your parents are happy about it. Yeah, they're pretty proud. They're both retired now living in Boca. Of course, my parents wanted me to stay home. When I told them I was leaving for college. They said, don't come back. I still haven't seen them. Oh, so if you don't mind me, prying, why did they act that way? They were born and raised in a tiny place where people are afraid of every non human. They wanted me to stay there and not the exposed to the non humans. They even run druids out of town druids born that way, what happens when a child turns out to be a druid. They send them. Away. Okay. That's kind of sick. I think it is too. But some places are like that they want everything to stay all human. Darius told me. Reg- ruad. Is this bothering you? No, it's not. I've encountered a few people who don't want me around because of it, it's k change of subject, ever met an old, vampire. No. The vampires I've met, I can count on one hand will we are about to meet one. Hello. Are you? Vincenzo moretti. No. I'm leo. Are you a thrall rude much human adopted? He adopted you. How did you become a cop? Yes, they can do that. Oh. Mind. If we come in is he actually here? Yes. And yes, come on in excuse. The boxes were still settling in clear off a seat and sit down, I'll get Vince. No need Leonardo Leonardo your named after a turtle of famous artists officer. Turtle show came long, long after Vince. This is officers. Detectives, Raina Escobar, and Catherine claiming detectives was the detectives doing the initial visit where slow today. I don't believe you. I'm reading knew it was help me. Get my feet wet. That's I can believe. Well detectives, let me make this easy. I was born in Milan, Italy, I lived in England for quite a while and enjoyed the Rene Saenz there after my join through Europe I came to America. I remained in Virginia for most of it as you may know, I've created quite the real estate business sold it all and decided to move to warmer climates, there's a lot of sunshine here in Florida. I know that's why I moved here. Well, you burn up what's no, that's an old legend. This son doesn't burn us up. We're just slightly allergic, it makes us sick. How sick very sick. On the next question on your list. Yes, I will be doing business here in Miami. I am purchasing nightclub. Oh, come on. I thought we agree. Not to. We talked about this. That is the worst stereotype in the entire world of empire buys a nightclub. Come on Vince, please. Don't do it. Please don't be that guy. I want to buy a nightclub Leonardo Leo. I am purchasing a nightclub. Whereas you your this is why because my dad is a stereotype of every vampire, that has ever lived, I'd have a hard time explaining, my dad being a vampire sh. Yes, I suppose that good difficult detective claiming. But all non humans can adopt children, quite a bit of red tape years of being scrutinized and going through courtrooms still it's possible. Thanks for the answers so far, Mr.. Moretti Vince, please. All right. Vince, let's move on to some other questions. Yes, I'll help you skip those as well. No have not turned anyone legally since the laws were in place. I have not fed illegally over century. Yes. I was arrested in nineteen of full for feeding legally. I experimented with some early drugs. It was a time in my life. I'd rather forget and the iron oath relationship is complicated a running with them in the nineteen forties. And there are sealed records before that I said, complicated relationship, we stay out to each other's way, what he means is that he hates the iron oath and doesn't talk to them. I'm not a big fan either. They've helped us for centuries. Yeah. When you see us you mean humans, you'd think different when you have a non human registry. Detective you on human detective Escobar. I'm a druid a non human officer. Congratulations, that's rare. Well, I hope you do your best to stand up for all of us. Wait. I want to go back to this. Why don't you all like the I know I'm sure that -tective will share more with you later. If you don't mind. I try not to mention them in my home. Well. Thank you for your time, Mr. Moretti. I don't think we have anything else to ask. It was nice meeting you. Likewise. Ladies, please. Come by the nightclub. I already have a perfect locations. Scouted for the veiled. Monarch that is the name God, I will this down. I will make no friends in Miami. I can't start college. I'll get left out of my first class. Why do you do this to me you a so dramatic? Good luck in college. Leo, nice meeting, you too. You're buying the nightclub. I can't believe this Leonardo do not have shopping to do what schools of lies, you're starting college. That's not how this works in college. Vince, what in Virginia, it was very common to head down year. Was that? Eighteen hundred something. Yeah, I don't go shopping for a new slate in book strap in college any more Leonardo don't be ridiculous. That was a grammar school children. Now then time for a drink wine. Water for me. Find them behold. They lick serve life. What the very fluid life depends on it rejuvenates soul. Humans what Walter you more on? H two water. Wow. And you think I'm dramatic. What's the hottest thing? You know, Miami Beach ladies night at the Vail. Monarch just got even hotter drink specials until eleven free wine for all ladies. That's right. Ladies, I said free DJ Reno keeping it lick with the hottest EDM and dance music, all night, long, the IV rooms and champagne available all night at the failed. Monarch every Friday. He Daniel wants the story with the body. There's not much of a body left. I'd say it was an illegal hunt. It's a full moon, all of the where wolves are in the hunting thing, Sherry. Let's see. I hope you have a strong stomach detective. Oh, God detective are you? Okay. What? I the meals and you 'cause you get some tape up or something. I'm the owner of is establish -ment. What is going on? Why the police everywhere you detective Escobar? What is the meaning of this? Then, you know I'd like to say it's good to see you again, but it's not going to be in a second. What's happening take a look. Oh, I see that's quite an unsettling site. I don't understand detective my haven't seen or heard a web will his since I opened. What can I do to help? Well for starters, you can get everyone away from here. If you're in your employees can gather up anyone who might have seen anything it would help a lot. All rights all gets on this. I feel like a detective myself. Yes. Where we you on the night of the fifteenth, buddy. This guy. Wow. Are you feeling detective? I'm so sorry. I never seen anything like that. I couldn't handle it. Did no one in Greenville, South Carolina. Warn you wouldn't illegal hunt. Looks like yes, but actually seeing it is a different story. You're right about that. All right. Let's hope your stomach said a little bit. Why don't you go inside start talking to people Vince is here. And he's cooperating with us. All right. Hey, buddy? What are you doing here? Whoa. You're hungry. Yeah. I wish I had something a wait. Wait. I do. I just hope you like leftovers of an energy bar yet. Don't give me that. It's all. I've got. All right. There you go. Hey, I don't suppose you saw anything earlier. Maybe anybody around that could have hurt someone aware wolf. No. Well, I thought I'd ask thanks did the cat have anything to say. No, he didn't see anything. He just wandered over here because he saw people wanted food. What about the rats, I don't have an affinity for rats a might get a domesticated rat, Dr me? But that's about it. Smaller undomesticated animals are hard to gain an affinity for. Okay. Barf bags ready, Daniel. I hope I can do this. It's my first legal hunt. Yeah, my second. Here we go. And when did you go outside to smoke? About eleven. I guess and he didn't see anyone. Well, yeah, I saw Tun of people itself beach. Did you see anyone out of the ordinary? It's south beach. I mean suspicious. I didn't see anything that you wouldn't see here every Friday night. Thank you. Did anyone see nothing? Nothing that looked like a where we'll shifting. No arguing no suspicious persons nothing but club goers, tourists drunks and drug users apparently, that's a normal Friday on south beach. This is going to be very bad for business. Mr. Moretti someone just died Colmey Vince, please. An yes, I'm aware of that. I'm sorry. I must seem cold you, learn to deal with this sort of thing. And it'll better at my age, I guess. So is there anyone else I can talk to? I know of feel free to speak to anyone here, including my employees, including you too. Of course. We'll do everything we can to find out which world didn't and make sure things are cleared out as fast as possible. We can't start questioning where wolves until tomorrow, the ones we know of all at the hunting sanctuary for the full moon. Thank you detective fame. He everyone it's jelly. Thanks for listening to the first episode of the veiled. Monarch, I'd like to give a huge thank you to the amazing cast to will frost for helping me. Write the scripts into Nexen for being part of the creative process and for giving us that great interaction between Vinson Leo if you'd like to hear more of the monarch visit. Hey, it's jelly dot com. Thanks again for listening. Oh my good. What? Throat sound insert throw up sound here. Wait, I wanna go back to this. Okay. Back down a smidge with the gain. I I'm coughing from South Carolina. And then I have this accent. What did you go up fleet to smook? That's not Canadian that's like Scottish. And where did you go up? So you just Mook. Yes. Where we you on the night of the fifteenth, buddy as a few these jolly mash e where were you out of the fifteenth, buddy? Shelton me if I'm the right one. I feel like a detective myself. Yeah. Where were you on the night of the fifteenth, buddy? He's culpa voice. American. Right. What going on yet where we you on the night of the fifteenth, buddy.

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March 26th 2019

Elon Daily

09:57 min | 1 year ago

March 26th 2019

"The. Hey, limbo skills? It's smell it for this Tuesday, March twenty sixth. I think it's choose day much twenty-six. Let me check yet. That's right. It's Tuesday much twenty six two thousand and nineteen. I'm oriented to time place and person we're going to get through this lead driven boys meals. First of all, I got to tell you about the tesla Powell wall when we first thought he'll on daily just about a month or so ago, we're going to get the L Powell installed at the home studio now jimbo's and goes what happened was that? It's been raining in California pretty much consistently every day since then, and it's only just stopped so loss week they put in the concrete slab. And that's where this puppy is going to sit. It's actually going to be three of them. So I'm getting three Powell's for a bet and mid forties. Kilowatt hour capacity. Got a pretty big has in the studio and all that stuff, and I'd like to try and get to the point where I could use a one hundred percent renewable energy from my soul panels, and the battery pack and have backup particularly because I live in. California. And there's a lodger quick ju- any day now. So that is the idea so three of these, and I got to tell you that the concrete slab is not that big. It's a couple of feet wide by about three feet long and the three of those pal. Pex PEX is supposed to fit in their Powell's sorry Powell twos. Now, it's going on a concrete slab, obviously. Because the heavy very heavy. There are about a hundred and twenty kilograms each need an ice. Good concrete slab, the going outside the going in the shade. You can put these inside. You can hang them on the wool. This is just sort of how it's gonna work for my place. Now, it turns out that my AIn fused bucks. That's what we call it in Australia. I can remember what you call it here. The pale minds with pale comes into the house, and you've got all the the trips which is in the all that stuff that's on the other side of the house. So they're going to actually run the some cabling over the top of the house along with all the other crept on the top of my house because of all the solar panels and other stuff and the monitoring equipment will be over on the. Other side. So they judo in stole this on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. And then it'll have to go through that process of getting inspected Ola. So I'm gonna give you more updates. I'll take some pitches. I don't really have any way to post stuff right now. I realized so I'm going to try and create a simple website and throw that stuff up there and Twitter actually, a rope from tokenistic got me Ilan days Twitter. I just can't get into it right now. And so maybe that's the place where all stop posting some of these little pictures. I don't actually intend on doing a lot of that. Because doing a daily podcast in and of itself takes enough time. So then adding all the other pictures and video and stuff would be kind of difficult. That's really talking Tessler is the best place for us to do that stuff. So also in the news, ladies, and general, boys and girls is that there is scenario ports that the version two superchargers. So that's the super charger, that's everywhere except for two places. The vision two super charger is nail upping the amount of juice. That you can squeeze out of that puppy. Remember that during version three point oh reveal Ilan said that version to they're going up to one hundred and forty five kilowatts if your boy yourself on that pedestal so one hundred and forty five which would be pretty cool so frayed Lambert from Drake. Trek has got a little note here which actually comes from a third source. Whereas the source light is minimum boys and girls from read it from a private book again, he would go. We did this person before what what is going on here. So he got one hundred forty or she got one hundred and forty seven kilowatts out of a charging station on V to charge on the model. Three giving them about six hundred twenty seven miles per hour peak charge. So that is pretty cool. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls that's about ten miles an hour of charging right somewhere around that. And that means in fifteen minutes, if it maintained that you could get about one hundred and fifty miles. So that's sort of my threshold number that I always look at. Okay. I know that we're not going to get to five minute charging for a long time. But in fifteen minutes, I can get some around two hundred. And wouldn't it be cool? If I could get two hundred and fifty miles of range that would be deep. Predict cool. So that is I nicer report there. Thank you very much to the ready to and for electric for sharing that news to bumping up the speed v three in an modal three even foster still, I don't know how many kilowatts the sort of current SS an X's are going to be able to take on the test of website last week for a moment. It sounds like it said charging on s an ex at two hundred kilowatts, but then it was taken down. So that sounds like a looks like it was a bit of a mistake. So I don't think we really know yet. We am. I missing it. How much as sort of a let's say a modern a one or two year old is X is going to be able to charge not only at a v two super charger. I bet you they're gonna be able to do the hundred and forty five. In fact, I think that's what sort of Illinois was getting at that, the the mo-modern Kaz for sure. But how fast on a version three can the S and the X judge. Did he say that? I don't remember. In fact in real time. Just now I did a little googling around and there's lots of posts while it's of people, but not one of them. Really? Can you find exactly how fast this is going to go? Yeah. They're going to do the battery pre conditioning thing, and that's going to speed things up for both us and ex and three but. It's just not clear. So I think we have to wait for real world usage. Let's get some s an ex people out there onto those v three's, and let's hit them and see if we can judge I'm going to try and do that maybe later this week go down to the one in whole phone and see what I can get out of my s but I'm not going to promise that not going to promise that because the traffic in LA is terrible. And we need some boring holes. And I should also say I don't know how many of the V two superchargers have gotten this upgrade. This is one ready to this is one place. So I don't know yet. We don't know yet. How extensive this is how hot it is for tesla to upgrade the v two's to this. I charge rate. Whether it's basically it'll software over the air update or whether there's some hardwood that they've got fix or how they do that. Exactly. I'm no electrical engineer. I don't even play one on TV. So I don't know how hard that is. But there's at least one there's at least one that's doing now one forty five plus. And we like it you may remember else we can I was talking about how I flew to a stranger in cabin offsets and the mall per gallon equivalent and all that stuff in the situation. Well, robe from talking tesla sent me a note saying mail, he got himself some like steak knives and stuff from Oetzi only to find that it was going to get chipped carbon-free. And so he's the little splitter. From the Oetzi Williamson every day in the US alone. Ecommerce packages travel about the same distance as going to the moon and back one hundred and thirty three thousand times that travel puts tons of greenhouse gases into our atmosphere, which contribute to climate change and are bad for the environment. But he's doing something about it by becoming the first major online shopping destination to offset one hundred percent of carbon emissions from shipping globally. This means for every SE item. That's shipped Oetzi balances it with positive environmental impact like protecting over. Ten million trees that would otherwise be cut down to absorb carbon dioxide and make oxygen and supporting wind and solar projects that create clean energy. Now, you'll know when an Oetzi package arrives at your door. You get something you love, and you're taking a small step toward making a big change for our world. So call me a sucker Royd Colmey gullible. Right. But I love this stuff. I would really like to see more and more of this infect unlike to see to the point where if you are not doing this kind of thing for your e commas that people are going to stay away. I think it needs to be all hands on deck. We certainly are waiting for governments to do stuff. But I think every individual and every organization and every business should be doubling tripling down on the carbon footprint. So I can tell you here on the lawn daily. If you don't listen to the other shows that we have a one hundred percent solar powered studio, these veterans that have talked about this time are part of that we want to make it. So that I can basically tell you exactly where the electrons came that went to producing this. Now, apple this goes through a lot of this goes to rebel I tunes and apple is telling us that Niane now one hundred percent renewable on other show. 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The Wedding Ended in Blood

Noble Blood

24:59 min | 1 year ago

The Wedding Ended in Blood

"Welcome to noble blood. Production of iheartradio and Aaron Minke Listener discretion is advised for just a moment when Margot Avowal woke in darkness. The sound of pounding on her door. She thought that it might be her new husband. They had been married just four days earlier. The ceremony was on a platform built outside of Notre Dame cathedral because her new husband was a protestant heretic heretic a huguenot and he couldn't come inside for mass. They had barely looked at each other through the entire ceremony and they hadn't looked did each other. Afterwards when he had gone off to begin the feast things and Panta minds and festivities of their wedding week surrounded by Hugo not friends and she margo had gone to sit in their palaces at Duluth with her sister the marriage hadn't been consummated yet. Her new husband and Henry of Navarre probably assumed from her stony face at the ceremony that she wouldn't be willing and welcoming him her bed but he should have known that Margo go was a girl who did her duty. That was the only reason why she was there in the first place marrying a Protestant heretic at all and so four days as after their wedding when the festivities still raged on when Margot woke to a knock at her door she assumed for a moment that it was her husband but the knocking became more frantic and then there was the crying not the crying of woman or child but the full throated voted weeping of a grown man like a wounded animal then shouting began a stranger's voice screaming. Please please Henry please. There was a stranger in the hallway. Shouting for her husband her husband wasn't there but pulling her white nightdress close to her body. Margot opened the door. A man collapsed onto her hugging her around the waist sobbing dubbing into her stomach when he fell away she saw that her nightdress was painted with blood before she could react. The weeping man Margot Argo heard the clattering of heavy footsteps and turned to see four men for archers with their arrows poised for a deadly shot. They began to race up the hallway. No doubt looking for the man who is now cowering at her feet. The archers were in her house colors they were royal oil soldiers serving her brother. King Charles the ninth and serving her mother the formidable Catherine Dj when the soldier saw Margot go they lowered their weapons and gave brief bows their chests heaved with exhilaration. Their shirts were translucent with sweat this man is under my protection. Margot said the wounded man began kissing her feet. The four soldiers hesitated for a moment but then then moved on running back down the hall with their Bows Still Strung. It's okay Margot said to the stranger. The bloody huguenot. You're you're safe but please tell me what's happening. He didn't have to answer at that very moment. The street outside Margot's window window ignited with the sound of misery and death. The Bells in the Church had just rung three in the morning. And that had been the signal to unleash unleash. A massacre on the hugh nuts that had all arrived in Paris to celebrate the wedding of their leader to Princess of France. It's impossible possible to know how many lives were taken but estimates put the death toll in Paris alone at three thousand from there things only got worse What Katherine Dietschy? And Her son Charles. The ninth unleashed and France was a monster. That tuned spiraled out of their control far beyond beyond what they had originally intended but religious hatred isn't a weapon that can be harnessed with any control. What should have been a wedding to cement? A`religious piece became the catalyst for an orgy of death and violence that lasted for months young Margot vowel Wa. I was caught between loyalty to her family and to her husband. And she watched at the center of a nation as it crumbled into chaos. I'm Dana Schwartz. And this is noble blood. The monarchy in France was Catholic. And the only thing more than Protestants was Spain. Name that's what Admiral Decoloni- was counting on when he came to court to try to convince the young King Charles the ninth to support the Protestants campaign. Am Pain in the Netherlands against the Spanish Charles was only ten when he ascended to the throne and by all accounts he was a wishy. Washy leader Peter Enfeebled by his dependence on his mother Catherine de who controlled all the court with her brilliant maneuvering an infinite network work of spies but Catherine was not a stranger to bloodshed and she wasn't above disposing of an enemy when it suited her but she was against war war in particular she was against an expensive war in the Netherlands to help the Protestants of all people. When the real fred to her power was coming from much closer to home from the Scheming Noble Geeze family there in France and from the ever looming presence of Elizabeth the first in England but Charles the ninth was a young man and the young king? Young men and young kings want to prove themselves elves in war peace is far less immediate glory. al-kalani needed to do was get Charles the ninth alone. It wasn't too difficult Charles. The ninth had been so young when his father the king died in a tragic jousting accident and calling you Protestant distant shore but he was also charming and patient and persuasive. He spent hours with Charles Listening to his plan to Ninety S. Goading him on on colony even went to mass with him even if he made a special points not to remove his hat colony began pulling young Charles further further away from his mother. He told Charles not to share their plans for the Netherlands with Catherine those plans he said are not for the ears of clerks or women Catherine fumed. Why did achieving peace need to be such a battle As Dowager Queen one of her most important remaining chess pieces. What's your daughter Margot? In nineteen year old Margo celebrated as one of the most beautiful and cultured girls in the world who spoke four languages with ease and impressed last all who saw her with her wit and the way she danced as if she were gliding the people loved her and loved her even more when they heard that she was in love with an equally charming Duke of Geeze to Shining Beautiful Catholic teenagers to represent the future France. The people were thrilled. Except there was no way Katherine. Domenici would allow her daughter to marry a geeze. the family was already too powerful to threatening to her family line when she found a love letter written from Margot to the duke she had Margot brutally beaten and her lover banished from court. She was forced to marry another woman. Margo would also be forced to marry a Protestant which for the devout young woman was a fate worse than death Henry of Navarre was the de facto facto leader of the French Protestants or Hugo noughts. Ever since the death of his mother who died while finalising marriage negotiations with Henry's future mother other in Law Catherine Domenici. The rumors were that Catherine had Henry's mother murdered with a pair of poison gloves. There were a few reasons. Catherine Itchy was forcing her daughter to marry the leader of an enemy faction for one. The religious wars between the Catholics and the Huguenot do not have been raging in France for decades a big wedding between a Catholic and a Protestant assuming they could get the approval of the pope would be a massive symbolic gesture to signal a unified France Henry was a high ranking noble King of Navarre not too far down the line for the throne of France himself Elf by marrying him. Margo would be uniting to major French. Houses hers the vowel Wa and his the bourbons all the better are to face off against the third family. The Giza's and claiming Henry was also a defensive move. Rumor was that colony had sent an envoy Voy to try to arrange a marriage between Henry and Queen Elizabeth the first in England to important Protestant monarchs united. It was unthinkable title. Henry would marry Margo he would have to if you wanted any French support at all for that Protestant campaign in the Netherlands. Margo was one of the most cultured women in your in the world. She was the sister to a king. The daughter of King but she was above all a daughter and so her purpose was to serve as upon through a strategic marriage. But as it turned out marco was going and to be more than just a pawn she was going to be Bait Margo vowel Wa and Henry Henry King of Navarre arrived at their wedding in all of the splendor that could be expected for their status. Margot were blue gown with with a train. Ten Feet Long. Henry was in the Yellow Cape embroidered with diamonds and pearls. The two of them beautiful in nineteen years old old glittered like gems themselves in the crowded Parisians Street. The capital was filled with people. There were citizen to came from all over. The Country Entree to see their beloved margot married. There were protesters furious. She wasn't marrying the dashing Duke of Geeze that everyone knew she was secretly in love with. Hello and Henry's followers. The huguenot came from all over as well wearing their customary black and white carrying bags heavy with armor and weaponry so they could go straight from the festivities. In Paris to the battlefield against the Spanish in Flanders and the Netherlands the marriage herriage took place on a hastily erected wooden platform outside of Notre Dame cathedral out in the air where everyone could see during the ceremony ceremony. When the Bishop asked Margo she took this man to be her lawfully wedded husband? She stood completely still unmoving unspeakable her brother King Charles. The ninth was standing behind her. He forced her head down in a nod of essent. The wedding ceremony was complete at least the ceremony. That involved Henry was complete. Margo and the rest of her Catholic family went inside the Cathedral for Catholic Mass where the role of Margot's groom was symbolically occupied by Margot's brother on Zhou as massive As a royal wedding between a Catholic and Protestant King should have been something even more consequential happened the very next afternoon Admiral Decoloni- in Paris for the wedding decided to take an afternoon walk and while colony was walking he happened to notice. List that buckle on his shoe was undone call me bent down to adjust tissue when an Arrow came whizzing past him severing a finger and breaking his elbow. Had He not been bending down at that very moment it would have hit him directly in the heart the would be assassin fled and went uncaptured. If you were to ask Catherine Domenici who is behind the failed assassination. She will tell you that no doubt it was the geese he's family after all. Everyone knew the Jesus had a long-held grudge against colony for personal reasons they held colony responsible for the death of of their family patriarch during one of the many religious wars that had plagued France over the decades. But maybe the geeze family had come to Catherine Katherine to inquire about possible facination of the admiral and if they had not saying they did but if they had well why wouldn't she say say yes and assassination of colony would sell two of her problems at once. I it would read her of that pesky Protestant who had so much undue influence over her son and since everyone knew the geeze family hated colony. Everyone would assume they were the ones responsible for it win win win. But after the assassination failed the Huguenot were furious. They had come into the city to celebrate. A marriage meant to cement meant peace only to suffer an assassination attempt on one of their most prominent leaders. It was a disgrace colony. Went to King. Charles Charles. The ninth himself in order to demand that he got to the bottom of it. Charles promised a full investigation and the full force of his justice wherever it led as it turns out it led to his mother when he came to her. Catherine Domenici closed the doors of the meeting. The fact of the matter was whoever planned. The assassination attempt to Huguenot were angry. And the Huguenot Ready Billy for battle were armed around. There were probably planning their revenge now. A plot to overthrow the monarchy to kill the king and put their own Henry of Navarre in charge King Charles and his entire family was in danger. There was one thing he could do Catherine Domenici cooed. He could strike Capri emptive attack. She and her ministers had made up a list of all of the most prominent Hugo officials all in the city for the wedding all they had to do with strike while they still had the advantage. The week king weighed his options. He looked into the smiling faces of his mother and his brother and their advisers and then he looked back down the list. Okay King Charles. The ninth Said Kill Them on the night before the massacre was scheduled to begin. Margo spent the evening with her sister Claude in the side of the palace where their family and the rest of the Catholic wedding guests were staying segregated from the Protestant hewn out visitors. Where Margaret was supposed to be sleeping with her new husband since the wedding ceremony? Eh Margot's new chambers. Were on the Huguenot side. Claude had been in rooms where the Catholics had been making their furtive plans rooms were they discuss gust staggers and weighs into bedrooms or they had agreed upon the three. Am Church Bell as the starting signal Margot knew nothing. Their mother had made that very clear. Margot could not know anything so now here. She was in Claude's room. While Claude stroked and brushed her hair completely oblivious to the fact that in five hours hell would be unleashed upon her new husband's clan. Claude look look down at her younger sister. Margot's head was unclogged lap and her eyes were closed. Claude tried to attract their mothers attention without rousing. Margot how Claude made her eyes wide. Catherine Domenici looked away. Mom called said finally. Can't Margo sleep in our rooms rooms tonight just for tonight Catherine. Doing her sewing barely seemed to register what her daughter was saying. Whatever four four? She responded mom closet again. Her voice beginning to strain around the edges who knew how violent the mornings assassins thousands would be who knew the extent of the chaos and anarchy that could put beautiful margot endanger. She can stay in our rooms just tonight. Don't send her back by now. Margo was awake and concerned by the urgency in her sister's voice Catherine continued sewing Margot has to go back to the huguenot rooms. Otherwise it would arouse suspicion aroused suspicions about what Margo asked. What's going non? Neither Catherine nor Claude answered her and neither made eye contact with Marco as she wrapped herself in her gown and made her way down the long long hallway back to the rooms on the other side of the palace rooms. That and only a few hours would be tripping in blood so the three a M church bells echoed through the Moonlit night the first target was admiral. Two Colon hauling ye who had survived one SAS nation attempt but would not survive another half a dozen of the king's men. Swiss mercenaries came into colonies room and beat him to death before they threw his body out the window. The soldiers were shaking with fear and adrenaline. When they came him to kill colony colmey himself was remarkably? Calm hours later went off. The killing was over. One of the mercenaries would remark remark that he had never seen a man less afraid of death. Perhaps he would've been afraid if he had known what was to come. The dozen or so names aims of the huguenot leadership on the list. Were murdered in under two hours and yet the killing did not stop soon. It became dreadfully apparent at the kings mercenaries. Were no longer the only ones doing the killing. The assassinations of the Hugh not leaders unleashed a volcano of simmering during religious resentment and before long Catholic citizens in the streets were murdering the visiting Cuba not indiscriminately. It wasn't just the men who were killed women. Young and old were pulled into the street by their hair and drained of blood. Children were slaughtered watered bodies were flung into the Seine which began to bubble read chains had been strung across the streets to prevent Hyuganada from escaping. They were trapped in the massacre was only beginning. The next afternoon the king himself rode out onto onto the streets and demanded that the violence cease that no more lives be taken. His words went completely ignored. Margot Argo managed to save a few lives by allowing them refuge in her room and her husband Henry of Navarre survived by making a quick pledge to convert to Catholicism in in order to make it out of Paris and escape the killing kept going for days estimates put the number of victims at three thousand in Paris alone. I say Paris alone because as soon as word traveled that the king had allowed killing Protestants the massacre spread due to the provinces in at least twelve other major cities. Protestants were slaughtered. A blood bath that lasted all the way from the summer. You're until October. The number of deaths changes depending on whether you ask the Protestants or the Catholics. But estimates are as high as thirty thirty thousand souls. The wedding that was meant to end the religious warfare in France led to its bloodiest chapter after. That's the story worry of the same Bartholomew's Day massacre piece would eventually come to France but it would take just a little bit longer. Keep listening after this brief sponsor break to hear about what Henry of Navarre did next. The thrown in France operated under SALIC law which meant that only men linked through patrilineal. Oh bloodline were eligible to become king. After the death of King Charles the ninth and fourteen from tuberculosis. His brother Henry. The third third became king but Henry didn't have any children and so when the family's final son died the next man in line for the French throne became mm-hmm Henry of Navarre a Protestant the thought of a Protestant taking the throne launched what became known as the war of the three. Henry's with King Henry the third facing off against Henry of Navarre while a third Henry. The Duke of Geeze tried to establish his own claim to the throne with to help with his many Catholic supporters. Margot's brother her husband and her I love were waging war. Henry third had the Duke Luke of Geeze murdered thinking that if he were the only Catholic Henry left he surely would have supported the people unfortunately the Duke of Geeze was beloved and so the move utterly backfired with Henry's populace rising up against him. The kingdom was fractured threatened. Both internally and externally by Catholics who hated Henry the third and hated Henry of Navarre but for different reasons when Henry the third died. Assassinated by fanatical fanatical monk. Henry of Navarre became King of France but in name only he had not been able to take Paris militarily but but finally in fifteen ninety three Henry of Navarre did something unbelievable something the real court had been hoping that he would do since back when he first became engaged to their beautiful margot. He converted to Catholicism famously. He's thought to have said Paris. Chris is well worth a mass. The French population accepted him as their king. The Pope Undid his excommunication and in in fifteen ninety eight Henry of Navarre signed the Edict of Nantes which offered religious freedom of conscience and basic civil rights for the Protestant he at once led. Well he still led them now. He was after all their king Noble blood is a production of iheartradio. 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Fireworks On Capitol Hill (Ep 1315)

The Dan Bongino Show

58:41 min | 6 months ago

Fireworks On Capitol Hill (Ep 1315)

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show that's not immune to the facts with your host Dan. Bongino. So I think it's Fairly, transparent obvious. At this point, the twitter facebook, they don't care about the president they just don't care I. Wish I could tell you otherwise I was talking to another radio host yesterday. We were texting back and forth you believe it. You believe it twitter is now stopping the trump team from posting and threatening and suspending their account that team trump cal campaign. Again, twitter is purposely injecting themselves into a campaign and sadly folks and I do mean sadly avas like. Yeah. That's not even news anymore you have a major social media company interfering in a presidential campaign. I wonder. I'm going to get to that I'm GONNA Sally Yates hearing which immediate and cover the fireworks were amazing. Of course, the mainstream media voided. I got that story on the economy to that should. Maybe put a little bit of a smile on your face today show brought to you by Express VPN Ladies and gentlemen my smart listeners out there they have a VPN. So they can surf the web with peace of mind get a VPN today go to express VPN, dot com slash Bongino don't wait welcome to Dan Bongino show busy busy day. Today we'll be recording our interview with Sean Hannity later. So producer Joe, how are you today find serenity you're loaded up with work? And everything in between their daddy o ago because I know this is A. Good. Yeah. Yeah. This load Joanna Cutter we actually did some of the video last night. So we get going and record with Hannity today a little. All. Right. Let's go through it. Yeah. It's GonNa be fun. You WanNa Miss that folks today show brought you by my friends at Teeter listen I can't say enough about sponsor the teeter inversion table really did change my life I. Have Really Bad Arthritis I've had back surgery. You don't need to hear my wine and but what does it do? 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Flynn which she amazingly doubled down on yesterday despite the Flynn case being entirely discredited let's get to the video. I've got four or five clips from this yesterday. Here's Yates. Doing What is now going to be the liberal, Police State Democrats new tactics? These are sick people they're deranged. They have serious serious issues they're looking to institute police, state tactics and abusive power as a new means of doing business liberals. That is not us. Conservative. We respect you know rule of law and that kind of thing you know what I'm saying Joe that old fashioned stuff all liberty big constitutional God given right that can. Pass Oh say. So. Here's Yates yesterday they know they're busted spied on trump gates. No, she signed the warrant to spy on trump. So what are they going to do? Now they need a fall guy remember that show the fall guy that was a great show. They need a fall guy that I love that show David a fall guy to that theme song was the best. So their fall guy is going to be. Trouble. pleased. Jim Call Me. Now Jim Komi as you well know I am no fan of. Jim Komi it was. The Not possibly was the worst FBI director in history intimately involved in spying operation on trump. But call me didn't do it alone. Yates in them know that Jim Thome isn't liked on either side of the aisle they hillary team hates are hates him because he started the email? And didn't stop it in time. And obviously, the trump team and Republicans can't stand him because he was responsible for the spying operation on the trump team. So here's Yates figuring out commes convenient fall guy and listen to this back and forth with Lindsey Graham where she's getting ready to throw. Jim Kolbe under the bus. Check this out. Here's what I want to understand is a counterintelligence investigation that led to the interview. You didn't authorize interviews matter of fact, you wanted to go to the White House and tell them about the problem didn't you? Time I thought that was the more media issue and when. I when you heard about the interview, you got upset, didn't you? And I was upset dragged comey didn't coordinate that with acted unilaterally like, yes a loss. Becoming go rogue. Terms. There we go to. Eko. So just to be clear. Sally Yates from the Department of Justice former. Anymore former department of Justice official who personally signed the couple of these warrants to spy on the trump team and was there and could've shutdown this Flynn Mike Flynn witch-hunt immediately and did nothing is now throwing Komi under the bus as Komi was the only one who had anything to do with this he grow here he want wrote. I wrote here but was the Department of Justice that signed off on the warrant to spy on the trump team. And by the way, the origins of these entire investigations where political. Hillary team paying a foreign spy gin up this information on trump. But don't worry Joe did the whole thing it was called book don't mistake this for a defense a combing the worst FBI director in human history. Eight and corrupted. Himself a swamp rat of the highest order and an ego maniac narcissists. But if you Jim Komi was the only one responsible as despite the fact that the Department of Justice signed off on this and the origins were from the Clinton. Campaign. John Brennan and the Obama Team, you are seriously insane. So get ready I warned you were really good here preparing you for narratives right. The narrative going forward it's going to be it wasn't the Obama team it was a rogue FBI director. The Obama team. Appears in FBI texts remember that the lead investigators for trump the White House is running this. The police wants to know everything. We're doing poets press the United States was Obama at the time remember that. Andrew McCabe emailing Lisa page saying, Hey, we're going to go over to the white. House the and speak with one voice on this. Remember. All that. Remember the Peter Stroke. Notes Obama said put the right people on this. They have to separate you from Obama. They don't want they want Obama in a bubble they're gonNA blame this whole thing on Komi get ready I've never I've never stayed. You're wrong with narratives have I but I tell you the other day but the unemployment benefits study from Yale, right how it was total garbage they included only fulltime workers watching Fox this morning they have this this. Democrat political talking head on what does he say this unemployment benefits not going to affect people going back to we're looking at the Yale Study I warned you on the show the other day I always if you listen to show your seriously, you're ahead of everything get ready for the new narrative Komi Call. We did it. That's GONNA be going to back up. All right. Let's go to. Video number two. Now. They can only insulate. Insulated, Obama, they have to insulate Biden to why Biden is running for president against trump and they hate donald trump and even though they know Biden deep in this whole thing to the spying operation on trump team and the take down a flynn. Sally Yates job up there is to lie office skate and make sure Obama and Biden don't get politically her from this. Here's her sally Yates trying to protect Biden who we know is that an Oval Office meeting when they're talking about targeting Mike Flint on January fifth to twenty seven, we know Biden's air. We have multiple notes suggesting he's if we have a note from Peter Stroke suggesting it's Biden. Who suggests they go after Flynn using the ridiculous slogan. Yates can't have that so she has to lie. So she goes up on Capitol Hill, and here's her protecting by remember, keep in mind during this line of questioning. We know from the FBI notes that it's Biden in the Oval Office who suggests they should target Mike Flynn for prosecution using the ridiculous Logan. We know that from the FBI knows watch her line say, Oh, I don't really know who Biden said if he said anything at all and watch what happens in the middle of it, the Democrats get really nervous that Biden is going to be implicated in this thing and you'll see Patrick layhee interject and say stop harassing her she's a woman basically check this out. Now let's talk about a January. Fifth Meeting. Was the vice president there Yes he's. Okay. Did. He mentioned the Logan Act. I haven't remembered vice president saying much of anything. So you don't remember him mentioned the Logan Act. Now. I. Don't did anybody mentioned the Logan Act. I have a vague memory director comey mentioning the Logan Act. I was he made the local. Context. I'm not sure if you mentioned that in the Oval, office meeting or in the meeting. Think about. The question because it's a woman testified as me Jasbi thanks a lot sinner lay I really appreciate that you were very constructive. So here's my question. Was the Logan Act mentioned in the meeting. Long. At some point when I'm not sure about Senator Graham and I want to be. Fair You don't know if as mentioned the meeting or not. Sometimes I. Wish we can stop videos that we can politics I have to tell. You see it halfway through call Dick. Comey. Did it. Now colmey mentioned the Logan Act Ladies Gentlemen. Don't get confused by if you're a new listener with no political experience or background in any of this case at all, just no one thing. The Obama. Administration. Targeted and spied on multiple trump campaign officials. One of the former DIA director Mike. Flynn, who was trump's national security advisor Obama team spider political opponents. One of the ways to spy on them was to suggest prosecuting Mike. Flynn for the Logan Act a ridiculous unconstitutional law that has never been successfully used in the history of the United States that says, basically, you can't talk to foreign officials involving the speech to the United, states. Dennis Rodman would be in jail. The Logan Act was real. It's a nonsense charge. FBI The FBI notes suggest that it was Biden who suggested this? Which of Mike Flynn using the Logan Act Yates knows that's a big deal because Biden's running for president. So she says, no, I don't remember Biden bringing up the Logan Act matter of fact, he didn't say anything Joe. He's totally innocent totally innocent forget wall him off. Kobe call me did it Colmey That's interesting and then you notice Lahey the Democrat senator panics on this line of questioning should stop harassing her because she's a woman. What what? This. She's a woman. She was one of the most powerful people in the United States. She's up there quite you're damn well better answer them. Now, showing you how bad this Logan Act how Biden was the one who brought up which hunting flayed on the Logan Act that legal absurdity? No serious person would ever think of. Here's why they're in trouble with this and why Yates is desperately trying to obfuscate here and cover up what's going on. Remember this New York Post article in the show notes by the way Bungee Dot com slash newsletter. If you WanNa read the show notes the newsletters the. New York Post. Joe Biden may have personally raise the idea to investigate. Mike. Flynn New York Post Oh boy that sounds really bad. Especially considering the fact they had no actual information to investigate Mike Flynn for. kind of sounds like police state stuff doesn't mean Joe, Biden's idea. Let's go to a screen shot from the Peace Now. You see why this Logan acting and who brought it up a really big deal and Yates has the spinner. Russkoe. Parsley blackout copy of strokes notes. This is the FBI Agent Investigating Flynn. Is attached to the filing and includes a mention that appears to say VP. Logan Act WHOA. It appears the by personally raised the idea. The Logan Defense Lawyers Been in Sydney Powell wrote. That became an admitted pretext to investigate General Flynn. It also contradicts Biden's claim of total ignorance regarding the flint probe when he was vice president, which he was asked about an interview with George Stephanopoulos. Folks Biden's in real trouble here I just want to point out one more thing that undercover huber one of the great social media accounts out there. I encourage you to follow pointed out a month ago and I discussed it on the show. How by Really a mental midget who's losing it by the day. But even when Biden was all there, he was not particularly bright guy. This is a put you back in chains guy. Undercover Huber brought up the fascinating idea that by. Who Wanted Flynn prosecuted for the absurd Logan Act and maybe need deep in this witch. That he may have gotten the idea from. His legal adviser Chief-of-staff. High profile lawyers. No. By may have gotten the idea from the TV, show the West Wing. Fascinating. Biden's given speeches before they closely resemble speeches given on the television show the West Wing about the white, house. One of the final episodes called transition of the West Wing TV show. It comes up that they should investigate the incoming administration for the Logan Act. Wouldn't it be incredible. If creepy sleepy Joe got the idea and suggested they prosecute Mike Flynn, a decorated three star Lieutenant General. For the Logan from TV show. It would totally fit with the Biden memo. Are Moving on. Here's AIDS going on again, getting caught Cole busted ally by Ted. Cruz who did a phenomenal job? I. Love to watch Sally. Yates go back and forth with people of Superior intellects like Mike Lee Ted Cruz Josh Holly and others Sally Yates is clearly an inferior lawyer inferior intellect who can't even lie that. Well. So she's asked here about surveilling the trump campaign and she pulls a stunt I warned you about Gosh for years ago we weren't spying. On the trump campaign we were spying on Carter page. Yeah. WHO WORKED FOR THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN? Yeah. But he had left. Yes. But you've got his emails from when he was with the trump campaign she tries this stunt I'm going to debunk in the second but Sally Yates isn't that smart can't figure that out. Of course she's not that bright and inferior at best intellect Ted Cruz catches are in a ally. This is just wonderful check this out. When did you first become aware? That the Obama, administration was surveilling the Donald Trump campaign. The Obama Administration was not surveilling dog to kick so FIS applications not surveillance. That five application was for Carter page was a former member at the trump campaign. So, your testimony is that that that the investigation Carter, page had nothing to do with the Donald Trump campaign. Now I'm suggesting you ask me as more surveillance the campaign you don't get it both ways as the campaign or not. Centered I'm trying to give you what is the accurate information. Harder page was a former member of the trump campaign at the time that the visor was initiating it. What was the reason for the FIS, on Carter page? There were a number of reasons firstly, got the information that I'm trying to out here that the Russians had made the overture that they wanted to be able to assist the trump king. Hornets said it had nothing to do with the trump campaign. I said that he was not a member of the trump campaign at the time that we initiated. Listen I. Cruises. Acuity. Legal Abilities. Debate skills are an a plus plus. Whether you support the man or not I I actually endorsed him early in presidential. Campaign. Sally Yates is not Sally Yates is not even good liar. No No. No. We got a warrant on Carter page. Why? Because he was a member of the trump campaign you numbskulls. Now. As for the lie that they weren't surveilling the trump campaign, which you cannot tell the truth ever know integrity at all ninety none, it's really disgusting no integrity or dignity just come clean. You were spying on Carter page only because he was a member of the trump campaign because you wanted to spy on the trump campaign very simple could have you got nervous I like you put a little think of I know what you're doing there dropped out this Joe, gave me a little like mental but vocal queue excuse me I'm back kid his. Here's a photo of Jim commies own testimony suggesting that Sally Yates said, we weren't spying on the trump campaign is a total lie. Here it is. Jim Komi himself. Quote I have been authorized by the DOJ to confirm that the FBI, is part of our counter intelligence mission is investigating the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the trump campaign. And the Russian government whether there was any coordination between the campaign campaign campaign campaign and Russia's efforts. Again Joe these people think we're stupid. This is the problem with Sally Yates why the media but watching MSNBC you this hearing was a huge success for the Democrat. It's Hilarious to watch you Hilarious to watch these idiots Matthew Miller the hapless sell out Nicole Wallace and again these mental numskulls with double digit. IQ's try to spin that comment like it was a success it's an obvious line. If you have any dignity at all, you'd be like Miss Yates that's not what the F. B. I. who was conducting the investigation said. Jim Komi sworn raise your right hand testimony said they were investigating the trump campaign. So as Jim Komi lying or are you lying? You are Yates of course, 'cause that's what you do. Because she has no zero integrity at all. Is Involved in the biggest most corrupt spying operation in US history and doesn't have the guts the dignity, the self respect suggested Mitt. She did something really really awful. I have zero zero respect for Sally Yates. Governments Fall. And tyrannies sprout like Chia pet seeds because of people. Like Sally Yates I'm not kidding with zero dignity and self respect. All right. Let me get to my second sponsor. I got two more videos when it gets one wish she basically, it's funny. She at one point she says Komi. Did it Colmey screwed the whole thing up and then on the other hand she's like, no, we relied on the FBI everything because they're so great. 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One of the most powerful justice officials in the United States amazingly doesn't know anything about anything either she's a moron or she's a corrupt fat tire you pick. So, here's he says in this one how amazing the FBI she said was awful under Jim. Komi, was so terrible. Mont Brome, how she relied on them for everything with the FIS award that she didn't even look listen to this Jim right here kill me every step. You took verify the accuracy of the steele dossier. On the FBI as the fact finders here, the lawyers and the national security. Division to vet the accuracy of of the FIS application and. Trump so Just to be clear on this one. commes the bad guy me he's awful. The FBI is terrible and they all want rogue. But when you got a warrant on your desk to sign off on to literally not figuratively spy on a major party presidential campaign of the opposing political party of yourself. We know you're a die hard liberal sally. You relied completely on the FBI you said went rogue and didn't didn't trust. And yet again, the lunatics, at MSNBC. Corrupted Crat Hack Andrew Weissmann police stater Nicole Wallace. Laughing stock of just about every serious person on either side of the aisle. And Matt Miller who I didn't even know before this looks like a Vampire Mad Miller are out there celebrate like this was a huge success sally here. It's really rock that yesterday. She hearing, did you watch you knuckleheads? Did you miss this? She just told you she the FBI went rogue she basically it a trust call me totally throw them onto the yeah. Suggests he was responsible for the Logan Act and all this terrible stuff and says, yeah. But when they put in applications spy on my desk on presidential candidate. Joe A little bit of a big deal the maybe spying on a presidential. Joe If. Joe. I know you just a dopey former. Silly radio. But what do we know about anything? Right just checking Joe giving up we're not that smart to figure that our just checking if you were in Sally's position and someone slot like this Joe. Slides across your desk and applications to spy on the Democrat nominee for the presidency. You Might WanNa read it I'm just asking Joe just not a trick question. One but I, check it out man you know I check. Yeah. Joe Quote I check it out. Yeah. Not Sally Yates she relies on Jim Carney who she then told this is terrible but she's brilliant sally at breath but according to MSNBC she rocked India Soga so good so good. All right here's the last one. I can't resist them. I wanted to play a bunch of clips Hawley who's Great Josh Hawley and Mike Lee and others I really didn't. Maybe I'll get to that to me because there was so much good stuff. But I can't go without playing a clip of the absolutely hapless maisy Hirono. Radical far left is senator from Hawaii who never really can't complete a sentence without face planting yourself completely. So. Here's Hirono spreading another myth again because. There's only one of two options here. macy her own either really dumb. which is a possibility or a number two again is gifted liar like Sally Yates are spreading the myth that when Mike Flynn was interviewed at the White House by the FBI as the National Security Advisor. The interview he was charged with lying to the FBI but here's are spreading the myth again that Mike Flynn lied about sanctions. He was never ask about sanctions. I'll prove it but mazy. Hirono. Again, it's either a liar or can't read. So check this out on January twenty, six, twenty, seventeen, you warned the White House. At. President Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn had lied and nine betty discuss you have sanctions with Russian ambassador and yes, he had backchannel. Conversations going on a digital flynn, pose a national security risk to the United States. Are Concerned Senators is that the Russians had leveraged either generals. And the Russians would use leverage whenever they came and somebody has close to the president. As being the national security adviser I would say that the national security risk and that is how I take your response. Okay. That's interesting because the day before the meeting Sally Yates is at the White House Discussing Flynn the day before the FBI closed out the or tried to close out the investigates Lynn because he wasn't they national security risk. So again, Gates is a liar. Hirono already discredited she's an embarrassment. She's really really not bright. That's why I'm not again I don't think she's lying I think she's just really not bright doesn't understand the case at all. She's a liar too but she's not bright. Merano's never been known as an intellectual beacon in the Senate if you know what I mean. So she repeats the lie to which Yates? Of course, another discredited liar. Najjar had an approval Flynn lied about sanctions. So just to be clear the Democrat narrative that stupid people in the media repeat because they can't do basic hallmark is that Mike? Flynn was asked about a conversation he had. With the Russian ambassador about the sanctions the Obama Administration imposed and when Mike Flynn was asked about it by the FBI at the White House that he lied well, in order to lie about talking about sanctions, you'd have to be asked about talking about sanctions, right? Yeah, I'm just I'm just show. Okay. Thanks Joe just just. That in with. Your we're going to lie about robbing a bank in order to lie about robbing a bank you have to be asked about robbing a bank, right? It's just kind of how that works. Again liberals I know this is hard for you I'm. Speaking. The Conservatives get this. They got this months ago if not years ago but for the Liberals, who can be quite dumb what your adamant team skulls to lie about sanctions, you have to be asked about sanctions, right. So let's look at the charging document that Mahler and his witch hunters, the corrupt, the Kratz Andy Weissman, and others the charging document they put together when they charge Flynn for lying about sanctions they didn't ask you'll notice they include sanctions. This is the charging document. It says immediately after Flynn's phone call with the Transition Team Official Flynn called the Russian ambassador and requested that Russia not escalate the situation and only respond to the US sanctions. And reciprocal manner. So you like Dan. You lost you lost Hirono telling the truth. Bob Muller's team said that Mike. Flynn lied about sex in they're charging document. They did. Yeah, they did. Well. You would think that FBI's notes about their interview with Flynn. Their notes which they put on a form called a three Oh to. You would think they're notes would actually include Flynn's comments about sanctions, right? Now, ladies and gentlemen to be clear. There were two executive orders by Obama. They were separate one was expelling Russian diplomats expulsions of Russian, diplomats. The second was about sanctions they were different. Bob baller Sally Yates and Liar Maisy Hirono. Not that bright are claiming Flynn lied about the sanctions. Even, claiming it in charging documents. Well, let's look at the notes that the ever ask him about sanctions. It's see says you've Asian Age if he recalled any conversation with Kislyak surrounding the expulsion. Of Russian. Diplomats. Okay. There's no I don't see sanctions anywhere in their look. It. Joe Do you see noah, you don't. See Okay no me either OK. Clearly, it's in part to this the FBI's notes because they said, they asked about sanctions, the expulsions were different right let's go to part you by the way big hat tip my friends, Stephen McIntyre on twitter who's been all a follow him at climate audit. He's just fantastic on this. He's been all over this from day one huge hat a let's go to three Oh two parts who let's look for sanctions the interviewing agents says Flynn if he recalled any conversation with Kislyak Mitzi expulsion, he expulsions again talking about. Persona Non Grata Joe. You see sanctions anywhere line-by-line just go through sanction. You know it's Paula anything from you know okay now so that's offered to. Let's go to pace clearly on page three, the word sanctions will definitely appear because he was charged with lying about sanctions that they must've asked him about because liar low in low IQ macy. and discredited hoax Sally Yates said so and so did Muller's hoax are anti Weisman who probably wrote that Short I? Mean let's go to three. Oh, two FBI interview three Patriots. Has planned for your call day in administration. There's about expulsions exposed if. The expulsions were coming sanctions. Paul think survey here at UC. Sanctions. That's no from Paula. Paula. So that's me. Dan's got to know Paul has got an Joe Line by the UC's the word sanctions anywhere and just checking Dane not a Dang thing not what? Now. Was that a Meatloaf Song to add three lane pad was that Meatloaf it was now three of three in this case is really three added three is really bad. Maybe meatloaf into a new version of. So that's a three for three for three that the word sanctions doesn't appear anywhere in other words, the FBI and the Department of Justice why? Hapless discredited collusion hoaxer Sally Yates and low I Q maisy Hirono absolutely. No. That the FBI and Department of Justice that someone did lie here Joe. Flynn right. They charge them like, no no. Not Flynn the of Justice and Muller who charged him with lying about something that was never even discussed. County. Yes. He pled guilty because they were threatening son but she conveniently mentioned and you always leave out of your commentary. Defending his son something, the low dignity low IQ zero integrity people at MSNBC, and in the former department of Justice under Barack Obama would never do they throw their son right jail. Because that's who they are. You say Dan you know. Maybe, we should look at the transcript Flynn's calls and the words definitely talking about sanctions and the transcript, right they just kinda screwed up and confused the expulsions and the Sanctions Oh, we actually have the transcript. So let's look at that I, think this was undercover Huber. By Way, this may be the conservative Trieste guys who had these highlights. So I always liked the hat tip I just had him sitting in my phone fall for so long. So here we go. This is the conversation in question this is the B.. Notes on the transcript. Kislyak says here's Flint and we'll try try people in Moscow trying to get people in Moscow to understand. Flynn repeats. Asking to reciprocate moderately because if Moscow sends out sixty people in other words expels them, you will shut down our embassy. He says, Flynn says, let's keep this at an even Keel level that when we come in, we'll have a better conversation where we're going regarding our relationship and basically we have to take enemies on that we have we definitely have a common enemy you have a problem with it. We have a problem with in this country and we definitely have a problem with it in the Middle East You see sanctions there. Right. So if you're watching youtube and you rent ahead, you don't see that either. So, we have the transcript of the call where sanctions aren't mentioned, they are actually mentioned by the ambassador. Kislyak and Flynn just guess what this? Doesn't talk about all. He's clearly talking about expelling Russian diplomats and asking for those of you the Liberals who don't understand dip speak. We expelled Russian diplomats and was separate from the Russian sanctions. The Obama Administration. Did it Flynn is saying to the Russian ambassador please don't expel the people from our embassy because we won't be able to fight the war on terror. We need people the Russian embassy to do it because we have a common enemy. Did you get that from that the Conservatives and Libertarians listening God it liberals probably not so much So just to be clear. Flynn's concern about expulsions and expelling American diplomats from Russian response because the war on terror would suffer and that somehow. Is Worthy of his arrest. Of course, if you're a police state liberal like the, you know Sal pless sell out Nicole Wallace Matt I've never heard of before Miller and obvious corrupt the credit inge Weisman. Yeah. That makes perfect sense. Put them in jail. Now, you may say, well, maybe everybody was confused year maybe Flynn was confused and when he was talking about expelling Russian diplomats, he really meant sanctions show he clearly meant sanctions. Even though they were two separate as because you know the leftist now Flynn's just not that bright despite he was a fact that he was a brilliant three star intelligence tactician and lieutenant general in the military. Here's an interview. Flynn, gave immediately afterwards to the daily caller f before this whole thing went down a case you're even remotely confused about being confused. From the daily caller, he says, Flynn City Cross no lines at his conversation with the Bachelor. Kislyak. If I did believe me the FBI. Down my throat, my clearance would be pulled. There were no lines cross. Flynn said there was a brief discussion of the thirty five Russian diplomats who were being expelled by Obama in retaliation for Moscow's alleged interference in the two thousand sixteen elections. Folks, you understand the disgrace, these people are. And again Sally Yates Zero Dignity Zero Integrity lying corrupt crat. Lord acton warning personified. 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Don't wait have a grill out this weekend. Okay quick update on the economic numbers because obviously it's important for your Wallet Your Future and your kids Washington Examiner story yesterday. Folks, we're expecting record economic growth numbers to hop right before the election economic growth numbers GDP wise now. Here's the headline of sin yesterday shown us by Heflin record economic growth on the way as election approaches. I'll give you a good news bad news bad news is obvious. The reason we're going to be looking at estimates or anywhere between fifteen to twenty percent GDP growth to put that in context ladies and gentleman. Fifteen to twenty percent GDP growth is about three to seven points higher than the most. Profound largest. JUMP GDP we've ever had, which is about twelve point six, twelve, point nine in. American history. In one quarter. Now, you may say, well, that sounds really terrific. What's the bad? The bad news is because we suffered a thirty percent annualized annualise a nine percent quarterly drop in the last quarter, which is obvious because of the plague. The. Played from China. Obvious right. They shut down the economy. If you shut down the economy, you can't build stuff if gross domestic product is built on product what you produce again, this is for the Liberals not the conservatives who have a hard time understanding this. And you're not producing anything. You're going to have a big dip. The good news is that under any other administration largely a liberal one like Obama with their anti-business policies the economy would have a tough time coming back not under trump is deregulation tax cuts. His allegiance to business and business growth and economic growth and growing your wallet. Is Strong. He wants you to be prosperous and because we have relative relatively lightly regulated economy. Now under president trump, you're going to see some pretty deep numbers they're gonNA come back pretty heavy. Today. The numbers came out to one point one, nine, million unemployment benefits, which is lower than expected again bad news good news bad news one, point one, nine, million people are unemployed. The good news is it's far less than expected. It could have been worse. So these numbers are gonNA come out right before the election. and. This that matters for politics became ignore that you can have record economic growth numbers bounce right before people go to the pulse. I'm guessing my guess again, I the predictions business it's going to be between eighteen and twenty percent. If it's higher than that, even I'll be stopped. That's a huge huge number. Okay moving. I got a couple of quick stories and I want to get through hopefully thing that happened in Maryland because it's really bad. It's Joe's homestay. red-state article be in the show notes today really worth your time again, folks media's credibility is just flush down the toilet bowl I sh- flush it down the O. Ball put a little bit of bacteria they needs up all that garbage you throw that cleans up your whole Cesspool throw that right behind it. Read, stay new Gallup poll delivers a devastating indictment of news outlets by an overwhelming majority of response. Get a load of this. This is why I know many of you out there like me really sincerely can't stand the mainstream media because you know they lie like the MSNBC clowns yesterday pretending sally HR rockstar knock it out of the park and she got caught lying. What are you talking about? Did you watch the same interview with it? So we're all very mad at them but. You. Know we see. George Costanza on CNN Brian stelter coffee futures, his hack buddy Oliver Darcy who pretended to be a conservative to get a job. You know all these losers with no integrity and we're like Gosh. We can't win. We can't win the media they do what they want. No No, you are winning. Listen to this number. So Gallup did a poll. Eighty four percent of the respondents to the poll agreed with the statement. That the media to blame in our country for political division, the division. Ladies and gentlemen you can't get eighty four percent of people who agree on if you take a poll of a bunch of third graders on a Friday and ask them if they want homework over the weekend, you'll probably only get seven out of ten that'll say, no, there's probably three at attend studying for spelling bee bee like Ma'am we need more. I had sister element great sister. Ellen we definitely need homer everybody's looking at my wa well I. Don't Care About Your Spelling Bee. It's a you can't get percents people creating except for the fact that the media sucks that you can get. So I'm just saying and I wrote here he who laughs last. Last the loudest and you're laughing Offi loud because think about this, they have one job the media. to be trusted to knock it into political spats and to give you the facts or you can make your own political decisions and nobody trusts them. This is crazy. This is crazy. They're seeking out actual news like this show where we got all the stuff, right? Where we call the two biggest scandals of this generation right and the media got it wrong spy gate and the collusion PP hoax. You're laughing the loudest. The media is a joke. They have one job to get you the facts and eighty four percent of people don't trust them to do it and believe they are responsible for the political divisions. Scrape goes. Moving on other red-state piece red say does good work I like to cite their stuff lot. They generous twenty sixteen over again. Democrats still can't find Wisconsin Remember Hillary Clinton decided not to campaign Wisconsin. I was a great idea. Please don't do that. Again, Democrats, I'm begging you don't go back to Wisconsin just like you're not now biden gets ripped into next week deciding not to go to Wisconsin to accept the nomination. You know. I. I hate to use that expression because everybody screws it up. You know remember when George W. Bush did you know that one? Fool me once me fool me twice shame on newer me me three times. The other guy shape but nobody ever gets. Folks you realize there's a template for failure for the Democrats in an election against Donald Trump right? They have a template two, thousand, sixteen, they failed correct Hillary Clinton lost the media folks may miss. Joe An idea and we were aware of, but media people may still be unaware that Hillary lost. She lost and the template for failure was clear. I was GONNA say this on Hannity last night but I got lost in another topic was important on my appearance I sent on the show actually don't want my. Life from haning actually take some notes for you go on the air. Know. Wisconsin don't visit Wisconsin. So if you have a template for failure, right? Joe Stay out of Wisconsin Biden doesn't WanNa go to accept the nomination. Over reliance on polls. Sounds kind of. Joe Biden's winning fifty one states. There's only fifty it doesn't matter. He's winning fifty one right over line Poulton and extreme overconfidence leading to tactical apathy. Sound. Familiar. Sound kind of like what's going on now? What Paula can I jump ahead to the political piece because that'll make more sense kind of a better I should've organizers better. Can we do that? Tactical apathy what do I mean by that? Look at this political, our political article. Which sometimes political even a blind squirrel gets an. The Joe, Biden campaign is knocking on how many doors we clearly thousands hundreds of thousands would new door knocking. Of course it's very important that Joe Biden according to political the Biden campaign is knocking zero doors. Yeah I mean it's stunning here they're repeating the exact same mistakes they made in two, thousand, sixteen I mean this is an absolute template for failure. What was the other mistake in two? Thousand, sixteen I told you over reliance on polls don't visit swing states like Wisconsin pretend celebrity endorsements like Katy Perry and Bruce. springsteen actually matter. Listen. They have great voices I'm not exactly taking my political advice for them. The other one was just forfeit grassroots campaigning together and buy a whole bunch of national well I, have an article up in the show and it's again for political. As I said, even eight sometimes get a story right showing how the Biden campaign he's knocking on exactly zero doors zero doors. The trump campaign is knocking on millions of doors, hundreds of thousands of doors thousands a day hundreds a day and the Biden campaign is knocking on doors gem I ran for office in a heavily Democratic District Maryland Congressional District Six and let me tell you something. If you don't think door knocking matters, you were absolutely insane and out of your mind and you should seriously not consider ever running for office. My campaign we ran in the district. I'll tell you why in a second I'll just tell you these personal stories because you know because their mind them because they matter because they speak to a larger strategy. We didn't have the money in my opponent. He was one of the wealthiest members in Congress John Delaney he was an incumbent in Hugely Democratic District d plus sixth district that he had one from another incumbent by double digits close to twenty points. That's how democratic this district was. We knew we could now fundraiser we knew it. So we decided from day one to get into the race really early and go knock on doors we knocked on fifty, five, thousand doors I knocked on seven thousand doors myself over a year and a half a year and. And three quarters of a year. It was terrible. It was it was really hot and it was long days no food. There was nowhere to go to the bathroom. You couldn't get him out of drink a lot of water even though you were all dehydrated if we had to put. Wet towels around their necks. That was weird. We look like a Han Solo from the Haas Planet with these big wet towels around our next like because it was so hot you would hydrate and you have to calculate savell was where to go to bathroom so we can't drink any what it was really that but we knocked I knocked on seven thousand doors myself. We won that race on election day. WE LOST ON A. Questionable absentee count four days later. No one is ever come close since no one's ever come within single digits and doing what we did I don't tell you that as a celebratory pat on the back I tell you that knocking on doors mattered the political science research is everywhere and it basically says something like this. When you're not gonNA. Door, you meet someone face to face. You know you're probably not going to change their vote. But. You may convince them to not vote for the other guy not that you're trying to tell Matt vote but they may like you enough that the either sipped out one out or they vote third. Party. So, if you're not gonNA, do I'm Dan. Bongino and it's a Democrat they may say you know what I like that guy. Hey, you know what I like that trump volunteered showed up I'm GonNa vote either third party or you know what? I'm GONNA sit this one out not that you don't want them to vote. You're not discouraging people have a I'm just telling you what some of the research says you're going to get them the not vote against you again maybe they go third party whatever they right someone else in they don't like their choices. Door knocking makes a huge difference ladies and. Gentlemen. And I'm telling you the template for a big upset is there again. I'm Outta the predictions business I'm just saying. 2016 repeating itself again, listen I WANNA get quickly to a couple more stories A. Story out of Montgomery County. It's really disappointing folks. I warned you the other day Montgomery. County Maryland they have basically a tyrannical county executive Mark Erlich I think his name is the guys at tyrant and because he is in the pocket of the dreadful teachers unions, which is the scrape themselves all over America and not the teachers but the teachers unions totally discredited themselves. The teachers unions are demanding that your kids not be educated, and now because they run largely public schools, a lot of private schools are not unionized or Catholic schools they're demanding their competition be shut down to because that's what teachers unions are they just in it for the money they're not in it for the keynote. Give a damn about your kid at all you see some of the protests in Chicago with teachers, unions screaming and yelling like lunatics. Safety Safety There's away with. Safety about the woman at the checkout counter republics down the block. So Mark Erlich tyrant growing Chia pet sprouting tyrant in Montgomery County. Maryland a deep blue county said no no no public schools either because the teachers unions ordered him so and he's a lackey for them. The governor Republican governor Larry Hogan said No. No that's not a county order A. They can open this. They want. He double down and is demanding again that they don't open phil carpet has a great threat on social media count on twitter about how Markham re county the number of new cases is actually below that of Maryland. Make no mistake ladies and gentlemen this tyranny is coming to your door. It's because teachers unions own. Own Own Wfan, liberal politicians they don't give a damn about your kids. They want the schools close. They don't want your kids in school they're demanding and extorting more money, and they don't want their competition to take away their monopoly on because they have failed public schools in this country. Sadly, largely, not all but many of them are total complete failure factories despite pumping money into them for decades. The teachers unions are a disgrace. They don't care about your kids don't tell me they care about the kids. There is zero evidence at any of that is true. This is coming to your door two. Convenient by the way because Montgomery County. Tyrant Mark Erling. Allow. Daycare to stay open daycare with kids. In a closed environment. Just. Not Private Schools tell me again how this is about the. Stainless, not dangerous the daycare workers what about those kids save some kind of special powers they like X. men like mutations where they don't get corona virus appraise that has ever no. No, we just know kids are not really spreaders the disease because that's what the science says. All right one last and I gotta run. We're going to do this taping with Sean Hannity for the interview show. Don't Miss. Check it out on her youtube channel DOT COM slash Bongino. You Really GonNa like it s come about his new book live free or die. So, you'll see story up in the show notes today, but the Washington Examiner Brad Andrew Weissmann. Muller's Talk Yeah Pit Bull? People get these fancy nicknames when they're liberals of course. Andrew Weisman wrote an op-ed. Incredibly. Amazingly. Asking Justice Department officials who work for Department of Justice now, not to cooperate with the dorm probe. Ladies and Gentlemen May I ask you a question how is interested not being investigated for obstruction of justice right now? CAN YOU IMAGINE DONALD TRUMP The White House Oh? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Pendant op-ed, can you imagine this donald trump pendant op ED demanding department of Justice officials not cooperate with Muller problem there would be called for the Guillotine Right. Now Donald Trump would have been impeached six or seven times over. But Andrew Weisman who worked for Muller is demanding because he wants to because he knows Andrew Weissmann he ran a case that had no evidence against Donald Trump Russian collusion, and all they had the translator notes the January twenty seventeen briefing. They had the text Peter Stroke. Texts Weisman, knows he was involved in a corrupt investigation from the start about a collusion PPO hoax that never happened Weisman's trying to avoid accountability. He's running scared because that's Weisman is he's a panic coward and frankly he's a punk he is. He's an abusive individual who is pretty much from what I hear from my Jay context was hated everywhere he worked. And Andrew Weissmann right now is trying to get justice department officials not to cooperate to keep himself possibly out of some criminal or civil liability himself. It's really disgusting. DOJ needs to investigate weisman today. Don't wait today for obstruction of justice. All right folks. Thanks again for tuning in I. Really appreciate a subscribe to a Youtube Channel, YouTube dot com slash bongino subscribe, subscribing Apple podcasts of the audio podcasts as well. We always appreciate it and again don't Miss my interview with Sean Hannity. We'll be launching it probably Saturday morning on the channels. 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Glorious Goodwood Day 5 Preview | Weekend Racing | Racing Postcast

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Glorious Goodwood Day 5 Preview | Weekend Racing | Racing Postcast

"Patty power giving all customers five pound free. Bet for Saturday, of glorious, Goodwood just and claim on site terms and conditions apply must become too. On. Ed thanks for joining us is the race imposts cost looking into the final day over brilliant glorious Goodwood and thankfully, there is a crowd five thousand people are being allowed onto the downs for the final day is the first step in what we hope will be a grand plan and a successful plan to get people back into rice schools is because I'm sure I'm not the only one who is gagging for a diet at the rice is it Stewards Cup dominates in the car, but there's four other great rights on TV as well plus we've. Got Full races on the same channel Newmarket and we'll see where else that is fancy. We've got the last day of last weekend of the GOI festivals are hopefully frank's got some winners and this group one in France on Sunday we'll see what Kaethe Mike's of that but we'll start with the first of the five stevie rights. He's from goodwood on Saturdays. One fifty is the unit stewards sprint handicap is a consolation race Stewards Cup itself over six furlongs. Frank could you give us a show of betting from Patty Powell hopefully got some extra places every. I'm. Here, Bruce we do. The cars everywhere is seventy to May remain Tommy G. Seven to one call me ginger treacherous Bulls Eight, one Bachelor Boy Ninety One, Lucy ten to one on the lamp lighter on we're fourteen toolbar. Okay caithness two elements to this racism there who wins and also affect us the drool have visually the main Stewards Cup itself. Say saw everybody looks to this race to see might go in the Stewardess Cup the two things I think to consider with one freshly there's only seventeen in this race tends to fill Max Yoda Tony Stewart is. The most interesting thing I think to this race I look through history. The piece was is all high stewards cup the paces low to middle. So I would be waiting by reading too much into will happens in this race that could be real carnage of the junkies read something into what happens industries with the piece being an all the loom it will join ones decide they need to be near the real could have bedlam in the stewards. Cup of that's what happens but it's a really interesting thing to luke the piece is high in the Stuart Sprints. Toward Wooster Garza I the one I picked out as drawn high. Bachelor boy and think was an element of of applying he Roy Moore's on him. Ryan hasn't ridden him since the first week or the first time Iran since resumption. Have over five and was patently too slow for five at Wolverhampton came through a win going away and one really quite well, he's only six points higher only like a horse of seventy one not seem resource sponsor acknowledging this is a much harder race is next to stop. So both blue over five as well, and he has a game luke short piece for five but you just wanted to Ryan being back onto with. The word in the paddock off. That was well right and when you don't have sex again. Nobody does and normally voluble racist Kalo this year under. As. An unexposed two year olds and the right sort of place on the piece I think Bachelor boys extremely interesting. Okay. So just to summarize with this one, if all the high numbers wintering alone. Don't necessarily go rushing out and trying to get fancy processes about the hydro numbers in the in the main event itself. Yes absolutely because I don't see much piece high in this year's called art sold pieces sort four or five, and there's a few in the as well. I don't see any as high can see. For Their Okay J rod how are you have? You had smashing glorious goodwood yeah. A A great way. Currently love this week anyway Buxom is being a beautiful wake awebber and the. Glorious it's looking isn't it on the TV charges? Just wish I could beat her yeah plant winners. Yes there was very good premacy was a fantastic result on the very well as well. So that was good. They're not a tip for one in the last of Charlie fellows and then back in that be is when I say like bonus isn't it when you get cheaper than eight runs terribly and then you back it loses okay. Well, who's you'll tip for the first sight? Phony because I was GONNA come on here and say that All my ex ago in in the inaugural a basket here now, there's no place among the low numbers. So me ginger extreme today five and all the old hours treacherous in three and Tommy G in two they were held up. by Deng generally tend to be at the select what they saw at the th the price is the where is the place to be in the spring and I have had several. Heated debates about in general I'll just watch too many of these sprints and seen one side mouth ahead a half way as the camera pans Ram and then suddenly the of us oh ideas winning at the fish I wanna ease I think sometimes maybe that the. When there's loads and loads and loads of pay some one. So they can go into a bit to autumn from the rice inefficiently and then the so I'd ends up winning. That would be my guess I but generally speaking as well from stats perspective loge rules have been the place to be on. At goodwood and fervor while you go from one, the harder it becomes to win purely from stats perspective. So I'm going to stick with the low numbers as opposed to cave and I. thought it was very difficult to choose between the law. Because, there's a bunch you've. Could just pop up but colmey ginger was Malala Dea of the best of the of the low numbers for Jim Goldie and he won this couple of years ago with Tommy G. Related Tacoma Ginger I think this hall. Sibling and then there's another one of gold is in there. That's also a half of both, which is really weird. But colmey ginger yeah second beyond mere. Loss time in the story Stewards Cup at Hamilton and Miras is one of the favorites for the Stewards Cup. So that will be interesting to see. How he comes out with regards to boost in the home the Komi Jinja? He studied on. Brady strongly to finish I think really false from rice, which hopefully will get say obviously, there's no patiently so but we say. Wilson and he might be able to finish off festival them with. Kevin. Stone, onboard. Thank you very much. Gerard Frank. What is your view of these students consolation? Tricking fan a I was given a chance to deny player jars banker. Now he's anytime vulnerables thinking probably dressed let the afternoon because he looks second-string have may remain in as well. Karen. Filing Just last to roll to go would further not later confidently. Last August over six months of automatics. Four bolted up Amway thanks very easily and he tried to make all here. In the middle of June last month. Calling the by. Said hold the farm. He's six pounds better off hayward treacherous so you should really these him trenches had him market here I'm taty calculate numeric the last eight list and I'm laced executive turn to rock who was only having his hard Sacramento looks. that. He's off maximum Detroit here as we two pounds higher than when toe soft by treacherous of tree rooms bathroom just tossed out such a could be. Expecting he'd be fourteen or sixteen to one. This thing I'm reassess thought he was need to apply okay. Case goes for Bachelor. Boy Geragos for Kumi Ginger and frank goes for the lamp lighter the two thousand five's the Nabet some handicap of among and six frank. What's the latest betting on this? Is Fighters who called wins thirteen, two kings of advice fifteen to the Mexican shailene plan. Eight one Indianapolis Hoffy Nine, one hour ten to unbear-. Confident choice. Hey grime. Yet. platitude. Coaching distance winner seems to save. He's best foam for good words and Amanda Perry always does very well. at the track she's OC, a local trainer. And although platitude ram very well last time beyond manage manchinery sandown traveled nicely through the rice but the leader, just a bit of an easy and was able to get away from plunging. So it was a finished but kept on nicely to finish second now he has won a handicapped pay of one hundred to Vermont and six. He's won a handicap here. Sorry you WANNA listed rice here. And he's now right in right off it nine. So he's upset Cronin on his best foam. He's like thirteen pound lower than the last time he scored in the handicap which was always the company years ago. But I just think he's a closet she wrote and frankly show selection. I taught. With varying here clue now I'm. Useful handicapper from bars in two thousand, seventeen, he one three in the balance from seventy to eighty seventy just failed to win off ninety four beaten by fifty Nacion throwing fifties on your as. Leave that day and he peaks when he was head seconded from the playoff congress was good expert on the day had his issues only had three stacks. The next eight months switch the guy more than he was four last season that Scott over two miles off. Mac ninety-one only four. Mexican mcquill was conceived thirteen pounds. He's actually getting a stolen off the Mexican here now, and he was very unlucky is next actor sauce one over six from grant share on always eaten half length racial one. He was Ford Dan on soft ground over two miles where he had lafayette a length and a half. Conceding him ten pounds he's now getting thirteen pounds off him. I most mentioned their weight for age lasted the Mexican and laugh you were three year olds at the same time. It gives an indication of the massive swing way to has with them. amsoil would have been ideal from that date ask up instead Riley Crocker. He's had to he's hurtling stats, pumped Anastas, and reappearance on the ascot stakes. He just didn't stay two and a half months people look and say, Oh, he being twenty eight lanes back watch these actually turning. He just doesn't he it doesn't stay didn't property needs the race as well he's done to macrophage age which the same mark It's actually two pounds below the Mar. Really Close Biaz, I just hear the prices. He's in lots of sixteen to one like when you're comparing him to democracy can and laughing and the thought he was very interesting. Excellent Frank guys to the rank outsider Lube Kato you're GONNA tip. Don't think this is much of race for grades. Atelli reason Assadi. is going to follow them back to be Kinda cliff. So I think it's going to have to be. The son creasing list suspicion you might want quite grinding one. You'd be plotted actually a quick ground Tito miles last September, and that was his last win but his best effort strictly on ratings his fourth in the culprit horse handicap the improved. The donkin sound at Royal Ascot on his A. Second of the since resumption shape resolve the came from a bit further back go course for still think he's on a pretty good mark and Richard, King School won't hesitate to Grasp Natalie's jokey. I'm just GonNa go going again eight to one of K.. We stick with the one line and six trip for an ray three o'clock. It's the cats are lily lanktree stakes over to soy is a group two other affiliate man and just the forerunners very disappointing frank. How do potty proud battle niece embarrassed even more Vegas Ninety four snow fights born in cabinet his thirteen to you go strong view Frank. taught snow very interesting like my weather vaguely looks very shark considering. The in the BROWNS and? Fast. Growing probably look at the weather forecast in the temperatures and she felt. Her hope she can win. She was hammered way behind this race last winter getting the three at the three year old she's seventeen. And I was. So I just can't see how she reverses cabinets shaped like she might want district last type unlisted race that was re slowly Ron. I didn't think it was very strong race new breeder behind definitely want to be slow as I said as full Q. Garden Scouts. Along this. I think she's really going to appreciate often trip. Get the three year old loans as well. If you go back to Leopardstown A. Second Blue Wind stakes half lakeway one, voice, one voice yesterday star farm looks at wrote in your soul didn't go the hard. Proof Reggie big price. Case whose your selection. On the basis of wrong price than a massive fancy Kabul as the one, I'll be backing in this race. She was nudity given has yet to weep for a gap on still came in one. It was quite impressive. It was a belated realization of the Polish Shulan Behind Franconia at nobody on our a reappearance in. June. Did she's three and she gets a wage eleven. Miles sex, and this is probably on the generous sight anyway, and it's definitely on the generous sight of Gretel who obviously was a of any popular holiday. So yet, she's totally going to improve with this trip for me and Bihar set standard on what she did mysteries last year but she had a glorious she didn't didn't come up to that Mondo Avilla. I can see why she might have been forward because I think she's about this year than the one that said that was beaten by last year when I actually quite fun. Syed Up. And snows obviously on sort to but cavaliers form is arguably a little bit better and she is another one who is definitely going to prove with the trip so as Excited by clearwater I think she's definitely bat a play Franken catered both hit the to outsiders in the field. Gee, what you're going to go full. Really, easy rights to participate in the fiber in. he's absolutely different false anyone false ground. With a vague last year in the race memoir, the Gadhafi wants off the ground in Bohol Reynolds soft ground I on out the feeling. In a Radi, we'd write some and it was a bizarre rice communicate went off in front and then be honey doyle might. Move on dying Matteo's Tacoma need. and I say Vice. and. Always running on really strongly to finish self ground isn't a bag. Mbia. She will be much better by Fox conditions are just dumping snow in Cavalier Ernie winning. Good. Okay, let's do this Jewish cut next potty power giving all customers have five pound free bad for Saturday, at Glorious Goodwood. And claim on site terms and conditions apply to become to afford any big race on Saturday three thirty five a good with the unit stewards up over six foot on twenty eight runners strong favourite dog frank. Face, hair of you also have. A Go will tomorrow to fight your flight home free offer. I'm just logging shame in terms initials applied was and yet short enough four to one zero, seven, one, Gulliver twelve, and our next. Summer guns on Hey Jones E. swimming there can be five fourteenth one once on sixteen on our twenties bar. Style soft. Who Wednesdays on. Again as I said within Stewart spread a seat apiece being Louis middle heels a cluster of four and five an NFL. Of Matai, teams. It's it's one of the ones in the middle of the I'm going up a price each week but that's what's on who has a low class. Last year was asked to run an in group one races and five. He was mid division in the digital on his final run. Last season goes husk quite a speech on drawn second. Tuna. On New Brearley's reappearance I think we traveled through that race and then just plugged on governance seven fund loan form says to me that was a pipe. He will be there for that. Run you start writing moon this time I think. I think. He will come on for that run and as long as he can lead up shopper six fund lungs I think he is a very interesting saw in among the piece about sixty to one. What Richard Hannon and run more Gerard. Who's your Students Cup selection. You know he's sticking with the numbers again on lakes we do have some pice. Low this time I mean our. Favorite. Now, Hall if he wasn't joining still annoying saying he just looks at absolute speedboats. Devos will relish. They saw down test and he's a massive central improve. Per, stole nine saying nothing is really going to struggle from natural saga as a result of comedown on gotTA remain in. Fantastic full recently was folk. High Jones in the One can think it wasn't Royal Scott when he was only the camera out the stand side and the winner was on the outside and then lost amount was desperately unlucky to lose out in the scurry the Kara men six now. And just run them near the law in every note to all over the winner of I think a foster six pounds finals. Will really SIP got A. Little Fly at one big price. Thing, could remedy. Well. Tinto. Or Amanda Perr again and Jim Crowley. Again. Now, Tinto is a bit in a now. He's Nas few staw runs wet one good rice one bag rice one good rights while I'm bad rice but he really caught my eye flying to finish third beyond Eilly. In coral charge on eclipse at sandown either five and eat a much. POW who cyber six furlongs on fast ground on a key kicked him out las time out when he ran at Newbury in the hat with stakes group rights. and. He was beaten while in the end but he was on, he was on the side. The tracking is trying to attempt to challenge all on his own on the far side when the main Boca, the field meetable to Stan side. I. Think you can probably put a line through that round, a massive price, greasy tinto running well as well as it's a and Tinto H. Y.. Right then frank, it's been lovely having a bit more of you on the post cost recently bought my smit one. I've been doing that thing throaty for a selection and you do that shopping breath and say you really really fancy Wani's this the rice where we're going to get a frank. Special. It's very hard to be very bullish Stewart's cope. Did think there was one of the mass of air. This was very interesting and that's a Atlanta's boy for David minutiae of the farm had four winners from eleven. Rollers in the last two weeks and this harvest, he only had two roles of three year olds in in maidens showed a farm on a second style Tartas last but in handicaps is only had eight starts handing ask one four and beat neck second in. He's very, he's very unexposed for his age and. The other interesting thing if he's been too good twice on good ground and heavy ground and. What he was second pasta polls the first day he got stewards rebounding impeded by. The track and I think. He would have won easy and then last September he Bolton off Mac seventy-five you've no he reappeared attendance for it at the beginning of June and one half lanes in putting look strong race time was really good for the Brady's like reading Maximo Zohar sits. Planes and back looking Italian was actually the second fastest run since November tents for six months and he was only point zero four seconds slower than the fastest. Don't he was carrying three pounds. In the last day winds, he was nabbed by economic. Thought he was bit lucky draw here he. The pace would mirror us and I just told what is. Very very interesting twenty one I. wouldn't be surprised if you're getting thirty three, or forty landry. Definitely having abandoned lovely stuff. So to summarize Jay rock is for Gulliver and Tinto. Kate Guts Watson, and Frank Atalanta's boy I will have to back some again because I always do that set the white can run. Well, I'd see they've covered good. Really brilliant this way despite having the crowds and the color in a Latin. UNFOND Rice Day? Cover. For the Twenty Twenty Glorious Goodwood Festival is the four tenths the Carter Handicap over seven furlongs. Non runners frank was expecting this. Society lying ninety four Mr Snowden one colour front nine to King radnor thirteen to timeframe to on and we're ten to one bar you're going to go full Graham Roadway. Front will will probably win the young warrior postseason, the ground the. On the south side and would have come fronts s foam so far we've cut in the ground. And he is the son of people often say is a bit of a cut in the ground influence without gathering. That's A. Massive thing. Why are you worried about? You worried about soft ground I'm worried about the ground being too fast for. You said soft. Fusion me today's I know what you mean. Heinz softening fast is this. Is. Just, again now. Turn. Right cold front. That's. Impacting on Voss ground because one of his best phones on soft and he's able people site east side project will on soft ground. Now, I'm not convinced that. These also handle fast grabs and I think as a result is worth getting cold front chumps. He was so impressive. What he wanted to hide don't lost high will be entitled to win the, White they did and the previous time when he was second Yarmouth. Absolutely mile back to the for the front just. Better than anything and William. Pakis. Whether. Are many pets. Hot some Cold Front Andrews False Graham deal with a k. thank you Graham frank whose your selection to be. Going to have to go adminster slow near nearby is just harsh. They've been falling since his debut win Iran to when he was really weather backs. Six flags, section follow-up Yomas. In a decent looking novice raised beating enemy again, talk on the phone section enemies did not formed outings four for Britannia stakes Signed over. Ten furlongs. He was business almost flight to hide in. Jersey sympathetic against bounced back to form the last year overtakes back and fast, crap. Beat off made by Mr Kiki. Probably say. That wasn't overly strong Iran race finish well. He's got three pounds, seven dollars track and sprung Yeah, he might not be as clancy's a couple of them but these A decent race. Okay. Thank you, Frank. Kato. Do NYC. Keep it simple and CEO, I'm surprised cold fronts north shore earlier powers prices ninety two in Cetron. I think you'll go offshore or not. But I was interested by won't said there is this perception of Vegas Progeny antagonist looked into to the extent winner of tested whether it beers or just some semi lisi stereotype about French horses one dead do as a looped into dumb climate life Juliane Times Oh, I think would get the farm and she before the only excitement on newmarket maiden on good to farm. So something that doesn't get picked up as much as I think he should. We always talk about sires a propensity to give a horse. Type of ground. We don't often hear talk about the dam cited water dams influence can be in terms of preferences cold front. Dom One could deform saw not basis I couldn't have any issue with him acting under these conditions. Excellent. Thank you, Jank. Let's take four races at Newmarket next potty power shops are back open and with the return of a massive racing off, we're getting best odds guaranteed on singles and multiples all UK and Irish racing all shops all day limited time only terms and conditions apply asking shop some more details eighteen plus become aware dot org. Welcome back to the way can post costs, bruce, Millington, kaethe, melrose roadway, and Frankie from petty power with John Goodwin now we're GonNa four it races at Newmarket small fields starting at the tour five of six phones European bloodstock news, British. Ebay phillies nursery frank. What's tonight is betting from Patty I'm what your fancy. She's so nights ninety, four, zero, three, two, one Mahan four to one Assila calf ninety two, seven, one fire high taught season life take the beach and I thought. Sean. Pennies. Here the last day to second ha-had. A David that farms worked out and tension should get knees leader McAfee to spare y'all think she's The Creek. Savers Shea so nice the. Frank. Case. Going to agree with cry Huntington prices until he rattled off. So I was sitting here thinking well, there's a price at which I would buy from your rose because I liked. To stock spot at night the four versus the one the still she's so nice. She was favorite for Jala Jala Holloway's thus, and his frank says walked out and obviously next time she wanted kept it simple but by down and basically meet all, she's probably better than eighty to ninety four as a penalty price are going to go for Gin road. Very similar view to Kafe actually come down on the familiar rose instead of so just really liked the way that the new rose has gone for rights is lost to start. She just looks like she's got loads of ability but she's doing quite a lot wrong she still green she still a bit free about. Speed track might sewer little bit worried that she so nice might be to professional forum just stop on pure ability Brown's I'll go for for me rose the to forty is the it's not rocket science at mansion handicaps. Domes knowing we've only got seven months in this frank howdy patty power back. On price them this And a look at the race like Bobby Williamson I hate the Taibbi raise us amp yeah. We don't fight moments a it's a terribly difficult racist frank. Do you agree Keith? Basically well, it depends on what price basheer is I? Assume. He'll be short? albacom the I'm assuming he'll be well with can and pricing myself I assume you'll be in the. Region. Okay Graham. Impressive so Race hasn't really what's how him wasn't my in. The rising writing isn't an amazing EVA. So if he goes off show because I came on Cariballo was the one offensive. For Richie, now he's winning Buick on the host. It's still a bit shine that Shane Kelly isn't writing because Caribou looks quite a tough Roy. Do you have to put his head in from on the line and that's what Shane Kelly did last time out at Newbury but some the fronts who come clearing that rice and as far as substitutes going going to get much better than William Buick Okay am front you'll tends to fences. Just the rains like didn't like anything. They wouldn't have a best brings us no problema from maybe within the three fifteen, which is the British Stallion Starts AB challenge stakes solicited rice for the females over a mile and four how Powell. expressionless in this fight to Tampa tire level for Bella Vita into micrometer ninety, two cussing princess a wall number twelve inspire. G wrote who you'RE GONNA go full. Could Qatar will witness she was very impressive lost time out kemps and she travel beautifully and never stronger the finished. She was really powering into the line and was putting a huge amount of distance between her and the second dragon tires quite useful hooks and the step up to a modern full furlong. She's going to relish that I think she's one of the best of the Katara. Frank, could you agree? With Great Gerard here this absolutely. Amazed the places I look at the is about one o'clock last night and I was just really surprised knock their favors and thinks she will be in a couple of hours and this is probably stop. Everything G. Rod said they're like she's bread from this is you can forgive I run over seven furlongs and Always, worked out the first job designator follow up new green handicap off the tardy. In a listed race and for. Seventy two, the ten score pattern of winning America maiden amateurs reading can't just go to read. The Mile. Two confidence votes. Qatar. Is it three Keith? As I. Think she'll I kind of believe. She's no favorite absolutely unbelievable. Yet of the captain went solid Diamonstein Mile Sexual Star group to donny without trip I. Think she's going to be a smart steer Qatada in type. Of Mile full will be out on alternate trip. But in our immoderate a phillies listed reese over a mile and a half I think she's the one to be on I. Think she will probably go offshore to one. Okay on not quite sure why the field size is. So small at Newmarket, it's not as five thousand. He's trying just downright, but we've only got four runs in three fifty, which is the gloriously simple with mentioned that further flights stakes over a modern six frank rate patty pass process out and tell us how four withhold will win. Movie light spared six thousand five fifteen age GIBBES. Affair Force One and documents fifteen to to. Just A. Very dodgy raise moonlights verified Should. Talk to the rates WHO's going to win New York he was bitterly disappointed. I couldn't have now the blinkers go to affair. On a But he's only raised eighty eighty. So mystifying anthem diamonds been very disappointing i. So by limitation withholding To starts at Newmarket's albeit on the role of course, I'm resulting in two wins didn't shave to by being the Gold Cup to be fair. Finishing fourth and just back to. Exxon decent grounding. In. Front I. Think. With that case where you're GONNA look elsewhere. What a landscape. Bloody Awful Franks Dodgy Alex I would go further. US three of four horses and uninformed handicapper by looking at in the shades of gray withhold while strictly a a form hasn't been has been showing signs of life and officiate Murphy just bugs by what's going to catch him. So I think yeah. Think DOT said the. Race if you want to. And G. Road. What's your view? Horror. Show variety. I mean you go. In there has been paint and fifty nine Sundays lost to starts dating nothing and Got Charlie Appleby, snapping blinkers on him yet you still six to five favorite. Soroti. Applebee's one for free. Relative playing catch first time in the last use agency doesn't stick thing because on many. I. Think he thought Directly Chic patients on number one for free rippling designed. Badwin wouldn't surprise me if you come back but Jeez I mean, would you want to be back in since Payton fifty nine legs yourself so that price no facts in the same can be said about we've how Copy backing that up to two one thing and fight for lengths and his last two starts combined I mean I thank you and then the other one maybe documents only peyton one else it is. Lost what free starts now over rights after back Jesus fan FA charity fellows at least comes in hearing foam I've been won four in. Launched to find. Easy improve in Stein's really well, and he's obviously beverage priebus. Just. Not to talk to win a GPS. Fair. So I. Just a funny day. Crooked Received, the further flights seeks not knowing on recent April. The tends to be just up the stairs years and lost luggage. Yeah that's a good shout. I'm again, it's to do with the patent. To promote style It's not right. Is it but let's see if there's anything else with back in over the weekend I got one question for each view g road. What else do you fancy on? Saturday Now I'm hoping might be a quake double Charlie Fellowship because. Following rice the four, twenty, five at no Machi runs Mike Spirit. Now, this one was very impressive when winning a run-off remote for free and a half at Windsor loss time stayed on really strongly looked at relish the extra trip and that was quite basant rice mortar at the second round. Well, since Bo Ram I think is one saints who was third in the front very with clear. Of the remind. They so. Low. To for improvement now up to an extra half third on in trip I think my spirit and win the full twenty, five, nine mocking. Thank. You Graham question for you. Frank is, do you fence anything at Galway on a Saturday or Sunday and if so what their names yet a couple in the five fifteen on Saturday at the princess always been extremely impressed from last two star entered here. Again I'm a party make open desire retards tournaments, zonneveld zapped to Monday, and yet she's upset seven pounds take a bit of beating if Freddie reason she doesn't drawn. Melburnians very interesting the rates Tony Martin's. Twice and has had a second in the last six years. This harsh odes be ability allows MAC seventy four in fort to second newmarket on the next start off seventy five as laid specialized. Bit Lucky that she bolted up for the Prima Hainan capital told of that well, Helene placed number primary handicaps since the Ford lynnwood goals one Ebor Toil Amadou car a few weeks ago and even the tenth and thirteenth par education of one assets as well. As saved like she needs to run a car on reappearance I. Think if Prince doesn't want, she's very interesting because one of the oil price like it'd to be awarded by three forty five. Queen Amadiya. Decent farming remains last season's fifth declining Pine Tar and Salmon reminds polls for Metropoles one nice handicap the car complete skull, the Tar Gull She's tired calling them Nassir Lancaster House I can celebrate all ten now. in mind for. Behind service turned into. Man Ford handicaps. She wanted. Talk Who's rated seventy two and she's tired and second into dog of my seventy one, seventy, three over ten furlongs poor on boats year full over ten furlongs by think a drop to mine here and shameful books. I'm very interesting. He's doing eight Hain which is very minimum and like does every time she tar three, forty, fifty, one, I definitely having to win her she takes her chance and I until the good seven, Furlong Handicap it for twenty i. Haven't seen the draw yet inside open of quits he'll get to decent drawing. He very interesting. He's goal specialists until seventeen was beaten in here in a second staff and he ran again another made later in the week second to you on goal ferry I'm younger group. Three. and. Efforts. Was Charging A. BMW Molly last. Ninety one beat on it's required for didn't get the runs that was unlucky. Loser sickness race lasted withdrawn very white track hallway led the keene I think. Just didn't get the a great trip that day. Thomas off grown up ninety three. He's off a few pounds here but I, the easy groans apartments bitter rain forecast today's of his off and he's drawn. Seven, eight, nine. He's got a really good chance him being a decent prices up. Frank. Just reminders of the name and the rice of that whole. You said that could be fifty to one. It's Queen Madonna and the three, forty, five golden and that's on Saturday. That's on Saturday. Lovely and case no question you big race on Sunday in fronts to fifty at Deauville tell us about that and who might win. Child Mile. Route. One member most is one of those races Golden Kobe's to win every. And I think there's only two one philly's. What watch me, who will all know? She won the coronation stakes last year she was starting the opera can't be a little bit ms she's five to six. Probably should be the only other ones eleven to one speak of the devil I obviously she called the I am the French Guineas On over the course of distance, you just go a all sorts of trouble missed by knows should've won by daylight chuck, run the Beauty Diane she Mr Starr, and didn't stay no back on my doorbell career. She should have already group one at eleven to one and a recently vesting she is a good bet. Excellent. We've had some fun on the postcards this week. Let's sign off. It's in decent naps. Kaethe, Melrose. Let it never be said that front can't multitask because into time since we last talked to the fifty new market guitars and night four. Nonetheless she's. Just. Not Going to be good for me. Sarah and the three fifteen at newmarket who's your NAP GERARD I'm GonNa, go full the. Brief fifty at Newmarket Dreyfus affair. And Frank Hickey. Like Keith comment they're like nothing entire. They know people travel by just thinks he's the better the weekend let's I told him Zan I couldn't leave her not buffet from. England, offer. So let's let Gabriel costs. You so you've nick young value that's not. Some deals at the not. Actually. Oh. I'd I'd be getting Cardi Finger area by didn't make us. Somebody. We'll never mind. Thank you very much in the chaps Thank you for listening. Ought Great Way Ten ninety is back on Monday to dissect all the Goodwood Ongo at. 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