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"corker" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Or in your basement. Serviced is not censor. You turn on. It just comes down but it is like i might do. We need all the like the military grade flashlight with that. Your car can drive over. You don't do not need this so there was no lie. I wish he had one of those god. Imagine what that would look like these. Have so okay matinee right. He should have had like underwater underwater mag lights week. Going forty five feet under the surface. Packers dark down there. Anyway you're looking at looking at doing packard packard shipmates. Rather just si- mayo. Says he says he saw packard being expelled from the whale and fished him out of the water. My first thought was. I can't believe i got out of that situation. My second thought was for how injured. I was packard. Told the cape cod times packard. Do janaki believe how injured fucking cape cod written phonetically. A lotta show. wale smile. Didn't get himself out of that situation. That's like saying. I got myself out of a traffic accident. But i do think that newspapers in the north east should be allowed to swear and they should be written and the most colloquial way ever to let me tell you about this this fucking guy who died you know. Let me tell you. That's the obituaries we about. This fucking guy died. You're not gonna believe this point walks around thinking he's better than everybody. Oh okay packard. Wicked hot so go and check her out yeah. Packard was taken to local hospital but his injuries turned out to be less severe than i thought. Just a lot of soft tissue damage. Does that mean bruising says he got some bumps and bruises kid learns tissue farc dead. Tissue the word contusion have collusion tracheal choking. Yeah exactly yeah. It always sounds worse with the real marine mammal expert. Peter corker on. Yeah i got a quote for you. Doing an aquarium told the boston herald That whales like the one that packard says he encountered don't actually eat people they are gulp feeders that slurp as much as they can and then swallow it down right corker on suspects that the whale was just trying to get fish and had no intention of turning packard into breakfast right. I would agree right meat while they do but they they don't they don't like by they don't like they just lal away breaking the equivalent choking on a chicken bone yes didn't also set. Although jay lorette rochelle illinois would eat the chicken bones baby wheel j. j. look it jay. There's evidence that suggesting that humpbacks can be altruistic toward humans which may be why degreaser swam to the surface before spitting packard. Wow this guided the surface perfectly down here. Some blackwell has a boss gone wrong. Let me get to the surface. And i'll throw you out to onto my tongue gonna be fine by the way you traps empty. Us it's perfectly believable. If i'm the guy who all right. If i'm the employee is about all right. I get him up to the top. I'd make sure he's okay. Cya male down on v. like what's up with those traps the the jailers traps. Good for you you fucking black braid. You know what. I can't sell back at the market away shocking story. Yeah that's what that's going to put on my table food on anybody's funny anecdote. You can tell us a table your empty table. Which by the way this guy is now going to tell everywhere he goes all day is going to be sick of this. I give them one year stupid store. Michael whale packers. Yeah hey what do you have to drink tonight. I just got eaten up here. Know you could have just said beerman..
Bourbon, Banter, and the Best of 2020!! - burst 02
"Welcome back everyone to the broken court. Podcast episode to who. I'm dan aaron jake and right. Now i'm gonna throw it over to my man aaron for our toast since it's real close to valentine's day. I thought i would give a valentine's toast one of those cheesy almost greeting card. Esque toast hallmark. Here's here's to you. So roses are red violets are blue. Don't get me flowers bourbon. Will do cheers. cheers everyone. Damn let's get stuff so right now. World bourbon news. Going around out of new rift still company out of newport kentucky. Something that's kind of Near and dear to my heart. Since i do work in the world fast food. They're doing something really cool for all of us New riff is putting out a fifteen year. Straight bourbon whiskey. they're calling. i believe it's called. Relief is bottled in bond. Just like all of their other products. Distilled in indiana. By what what we can only think is mvp. Because they're the only ones. I think are going to have the stocks that are up there in fifteen years and i think it is. Gp wouldn't surprise me. The barrels were purchased out of mvp and again that's all speculative but they were stored at their warehouse with the remainder of their time and this run is limited to just nine hundred if not less only to be distributed out of their distillery for the price of two hundred dollars. I think i tweeted about that. Too on the burkan broken corker twitter page to if you wanna if you wanna get in more in depth about it. I believe he did. But that two hundred dollars is going to go to benefit Restaurant workers around the ohio and kentucky area. I believe that release is going to benefit. Both the ohio restaurant employee relief fund and the northern kentucky chamber of commerce who's in charge of distributing the funds to people who need it the most for more on that you can check us out on facebook at the broken court crew is our facebook group or you can follow new riff on all of their social media for more information on that release. And i'm sure it's going to be amazing man. I think you know what a great especially this time of year. What a great a cinnamon for them to do. I mean cove is really hit. That service industry pretty hard. It's ruined a lot of people and you don't see a lot of people talking about i. Understand nurses and doctors are at the forefront of all of this kovin but they don't talk a lot about like like your fast food workers who have been working throughout the entire thing. I mean i've been fast food. I have not stopped working since covert started. Yeah and i mean. God bless all the frontline workers as far as medical is concerned because they are. They're in close contact. All that like i said are the forefront of all of this but you rarely hear about anyone else you know. Keeping america fed keeping america clothed. Everything like that. So big shout out to all our healthcare workers and big shoutout to all our fast food workers. Anyone who's working retail right now and all of our truckers keeping everyone delivered to and everyone stocked up so we can get through this together. Definitely a big shout to the truckers. So we have a new segment on the show. And i want mr jake over there to take it over. Oh yeah this is our new segment. It's called what's cracking so basically what it is. We give a shoutout to whatever we've had since last podcast. Something's good something you drink and right now something you wanna tell everybody about to me. It was new roof winter whiskey. I tried that a good friend at a bar. Bought that around for actually me and dan and you talk about unbelievable. That's one of the best new products i've had. It really really is. I haven't had very many and of what i've had it. It's up there. I really so good. It opened my eyes to new roof and made me wanna do a little bit more research into their products. And then i mean on top of all of that. We found out about this thing that you just talked about the fifteen year. Oh yeah what's cracking for you. So what's cracking for me. I've had a couple of new bottles. I'm gonna give a couple of honorable. Mentions i never had seventeen ninety. Two bottle in bonn. I know very very strange. But i had that and it's delicious. If you can get your hands on bottle relatively cheap. I paid forty five ninety nine for man. I think that's right around retail so also from french. Lick indiana lead w sinclair four grain. It's called the iconoclast It's a four product from them. What happened long story short. They had three barrels. That were of the league w sinclair that. We're just a little off. They didn't say whether it was a good offer a bad off. They just said it was often. So they mix those three bottles together and made the iconoclasts. But the one. I really really wanna talk about is the o. H ingram whiskey It is from brown water. Bourbon company out of nashville. Where the whisky comes from. What happens with it. It's really cool. They on the mississippi river in an o o h ingram. Born and so really. Yeah so they have Redone this barge completely rick house out of it and so what
3 ways companies can support grieving employees
"About three years ago. I lost my daughter. She was sexually assaulted and murdered. She was my only child and was just nineteen as the shock wore off and the all consuming greed to core. I lost all meaning and purpose alive and my daughter spoke to me. She asked me to keep living. If i am not avow she will have. One less heart continued to with dad. My partner susan. And i started our desperate climb out of this deep hole of pro my loss in the back to the land of the living with grief we unexpectedly found a rather unlikely and bitty helpful ally my work at first. I wasn't doing trudy pressure. Go back to work. I i had a lot of self doubt as a senior executive responsible for thousands of employees and billions of dollars after all the trauma is my mind still sharp and creative enough for the job. Can i still relate to people. Can i get past their resentment and regret. i felt about all the time spent working instead of Being with my daughter. Is it fair to leave. Susan home alone dealing with han grief and pain at the end. I made the decision to go back to work. And i am very glad i did. We all experience grief and loss in our lives for most of us that means at some point getting up and going back to work while living with the grief on those days we will continue to carry the incredible burden of sadness but also i hope that work itself and restore us that much needed feeling of purpose for me. Work started out as a just a product distraction but evolved to being truly therapeutic and meaningful in so many ways and might return to work proved to be a good thing for the company as well. I know i'm not indispensable but retaining my expertise proved to be video beneficial and my return helped all the teams. Avoid disruptions and and distractions. When you lose the most precious thing in your life. You gain a lot of humility and have very different perspective. Free of egos and agendas and i think i may better corker and later because of that for all the good that came from you though might re entry into work from his who steady hard. The biggest challenge was having to separate my personal and professional apps completely. You know okay to cry at an early in the morning but slap a smile on the face promptly at eight o'clock and active as it is a santa's before until the workdays over leaving in two completely different worlds at the same time and all the hiding and and pretending that went with it it was. It was exhausting. It and made me feel very alone overtime. I worked through those struggles. And i gained the conference and the acceptance to bring my whole work and as a direct result of that i found joya gaining it shooting that hard journey back to work. I learn the power of having a culture of empathy in the workplace not sympathy not compassion but empathy. I came to believe that a workplace where empathy is a core part of the culture that is a joyful and productive workplace and that workplace inspires a great deal of loyalty. I believe that are three things. A company can do to create a nurture a culture and with the in the workplace in general and support a grieving employee like myself in particular one is to have policies that led unemployed deal with their loss in ps without worrying about administrative logistics. Second per wide. Return to work therapy to the employee as an integral part of the health benefits package and third provide training for all employees on how to support each other
3 ways companies can support grieving employees
"About three years ago. I lost my daughter. She was sexually assaulted and murdered. She was my only child and was just nineteen as the shock wore off and the all consuming greed to core. I lost all meaning and purpose alive and my daughter spoke to me. She asked me to keep living. If i am not avow she will have. One less heart continued to with dad. My partner susan. And i started our desperate climb out of this deep hole of pro my loss in the back to the land of the living with grief we unexpectedly found a rather unlikely and bitty helpful ally my work at first. I wasn't doing trudy pressure. Go back to work. I i had a lot of self doubt as a senior executive responsible for thousands of employees and billions of dollars after all the trauma is my mind still sharp and creative enough for the job. Can i still relate to people. Can i get past their resentment and regret. i felt about all the time spent working instead of Being with my daughter. Is it fair to leave. Susan home alone dealing with han grief and pain at the end. I made the decision to go back to work. And i am very glad i did. We all experience grief and loss in our lives for most of us that means at some point getting up and going back to work while living with the grief on those days we will continue to carry the incredible burden of sadness but also i hope that work itself and restore us that much needed feeling of purpose for me. Work started out as a just a product distraction but evolved to being truly therapeutic and meaningful in so many ways and might return to work proved to be a good thing for the company as well. I know i'm not indispensable but retaining my expertise proved to be video beneficial and my return helped all the teams. Avoid disruptions and and distractions. When you lose the most precious thing in your life. You gain a lot of humility and have very different perspective. Free of egos and agendas and i think i may better corker and later because of that for all the good that came from you though might re entry into work from his who steady hard. The biggest challenge was having to separate my personal and professional apps completely. You know okay to cry at an early in the morning but slap a smile on the face promptly at eight o'clock and active as it is a santa's before until the workdays over leaving in two completely different worlds at the same time and all the hiding and and pretending that went with it it was. It was exhausting. It and made me feel very alone overtime. I worked through those struggles. And i gained the conference and the acceptance to bring my whole work and as a direct result of that i found joya gaining it shooting that hard journey back to work. I learn the power of having a culture of empathy in the workplace not sympathy not compassion but empathy. I came to believe that a workplace where empathy is a core part of the culture that is a joyful and productive workplace and that workplace inspires a great deal of loyalty. I believe that are three things. A company can do to create a nurture a culture and with the in the workplace in general and support a grieving employee like myself in particular one is to have policies that led unemployed deal with their loss in ps without worrying about administrative logistics. Second per wide. Return to work therapy to the employee as an integral part of the health benefits package
War, country shows and getting personal
"Just to clear this one out for now set. Your website is room. Twenty eight fifty dot com. Why why that harks back to the day of life magazine as very loudly youngster. I used to collect them and read them. And does my photography grew. It was life magazine on magazines of the type that quite a big influence on on the type of photography that that i liked view and now to like to try and do self room. Twenty at fifty was the room in the american office of life. Magazine where hall of the photographers were in town usa to sit on meet to discuss projects or we're going to do kick ideas around and that was the room this. Those ideas were were born of some of those. You know amazing stories. I'm sure we've all say in life magazine. And i watch some documentary as the mentioned the factoring twenty or fifty thought. Yeah that's quite a good good name for what was a blog for me then and then became a website because of that i wanted to room. Twenty eight fifty still exists. Somehow i wonder what it is now. Probably being changed into apartments province. They they'll have no idea how important that room while she studied to photograph career in the army photography unit. Didn't he was how it all started. Yet that's right. I was in the army twenty two years so sixteen of those years. I was The photo observe in the royal artillery. So we used to work alongside our and armored colleagues with them do what they did. When there was a requirement to bring down artillery fire. It was responsible earth cellophane colleagues like may to bring down not Throughout all this photography debating the increase in interest. Tonight i was taking pictures and i was joyous i was teaching me self black and white film development and all that good stuff document bedroom at all been boggs over the window is all businesses and then as i pull continued through. Miami korea became aware of the army photographic trade until which point didn't navy noted that existed to be but it's a very small tree it under the rmc logistic corker podge. Under the time that. I think there was about thirty. Six people total Who all transferred from whatever units. They were in On joined his or continue. Whatever clears the hudson arizona. Job is what i did for the last six years correa a string now contributed for getty images news which which means you're images generally go to who in terms of distribution and all of the editorial subscribers to get images globally Would pretend to how the site of any pictures that i filed down to. The picture desk is a string is a string of duoyin. Well i'm a. I'm a freelance photographer. A work cell. I'm responsible for your books. You know tax returns all that kind of self employed stuff. But what i do is i look around mike. Mike switches northeast england north yorkshire through the cost of the look through. And i'll look at and find out about all say are here all kinds of events which i then tick and think will listen. Event the top this weekend be of entrusted. Get the energy. If i think so that. I'll go back to the to the person that i deal with the picture desk and say look. I've got this coming over the weekend. What do you think if they say yes. We like that will take us that. Essentially that's the confirmation of me being a string at for them for that deer so essentially you become stuff for the jewish of job so you get a wage. You're going to shift shift fake. Get your mileage expenses. You're going shoot the job at caption file In in the in the normal way to get those pictures out of the picture desk and on the goal on that distribution network potential editorial clients to say so the next day i could go and do a completely different job for somebody else. I'm obligated by contract. Fecta getting outside of that
Oracle Results Bolstered by Cloud-Computing Growth
"Peleton and Oracle both on the move. After results we got full team coverage. Let's kick things off Josh Lipton. Oracle's quarter Josh. So Melissa I caught up with Kirk turnover at ever corker covers oracle I to his quick taking solid top and bottom line results driven says by licensed revenue beat and lower operating expenses. Key questions on the call queue to guides, which we just got now relate to you all more color about its competitive position in the public cloud market. When is EPS Growth Kirk wants? To translate into cash flow growth. Of course, another big question is Oracle's in Tik toks US operations. Kirk is actually previously written about says, it could make sense of Oracle. Sees that as more of an investment meaning, find a partner and then spin out the business and that scenario he says, oracle would run TIKTOK instead, it really just gains a new Internet customer for. Its cloud business co soffer cats also giving some color here saying our infrastructure businesses are also growing rapidly as revenue from zoom more than doubled from four last year to Q. One and this year I have a high level of confidence. She says that our revenue accelerate as we move on past covid
"corker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Enjoy making felons specially for you ladies because it's so intimate you have to use your hands you have to be a game you have to Brian things together and make things and that can just be so much of the right thing at the right time so first off we're going to get a nice bit of romaine lettuce we're going to die soon that's going to be are based at the bottom of this that that's where we are hearing from dice it up you can do it diagonally you can do a straight across to get faith however much this person me shown through your food so you die so the romaine lettuce later across the bottom of the screen and then you're going to go ingredient by ingredient and later this out I mean laid everything on top of each of make it a party from the beginning to show her instead of going to be a representation of how nice romaine lettuce pickles diced red bell peppers make a section for them on top of that romaine lettuce lay them every subject in next to that red bell pepper you can take the yellow book do the same things berated across the romaine lettuce take those half cooked cherry tomatoes bring to the north throughout the salad and let them fall where they may the half pound feta cheese graphic head global it's all lower the top of the thing don't miss a spot yeah Corker feud with cheese then you got to give it up take those hello my re Google a little bit a little bit there now once you do the sellers guess what it's.
Remembering Fallen Plants with Ken Druse A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach June 1, 2020
"In your introduction you were talking about just turquoise labels yeah there's so many labels and I mean I can't even I can't even talk about it. I mean think and plant delights for example. Yes I think that. Half of the herbaceous plants I've planted or more have died. I have one oriental. Poppy and I've probably tried to grow. I duNno seven. Ten Oriental poppies out. And you know in those days. We were so intrigued with the latest thing the newest thing the untried and true thing so a lot of the things that we lost were not really weren't going to be good garden plants but some of them were right along and some of them just weren't tested yet in our areas and so on and so forth but we gave it ago we stretched. We pushed the limits and gave it a go. Think of we had that money back but we had the experience. We got the memories Hon. I remember going to the garden of John Kerry who who died recently crate gardener in Texas and His Garden Spin Open to the public for many many years. And it was called Pecker Wood. And now it's called the John Ferry Garden in honor of him and in one bed they had plants in this one area of this one bad things quite prominent but there were this. There was this aggregation of labels all stuck in the ground. Like soldiers tight together. You know like a pin cushion but giant right and it was hilarious and it was all the plants that were gone It was the memory of those plants. It was a graveyard mouse graveyard. Yeah the white labels all lined up look like tombstones. So let's talk about some of them. Actually you know what should I do poetic reading since we've already had some music so? I do a poetic. Reading is if if this is my favorite poem. I think ever it is. And it's by the Great. Jeffrey be Charlesworth. Also Sadly departed a great gardener garden. Quite near mind that I visited. I was lucky enough to visit. He was a leader in the North American Rock Gardens Society. Did you ever meet him? Yes I did wonderful. Yeah so he wrote this. This poem called. Why did my plant die? You're already laughing trod on it. Yeah so here's how it goes. You walked to close. You tried on it. You dropped a piece of sod on it. You hold it down you weeded it. You planted it the wrong way up. You grew it in a Yogurt Cup but you forgot to make a whole. The soggy compost took its toll. September storm November drought. It heaved in March. The roots popped out you watered. With urbicide you scattered bonemeal and wide attracting local omnivores who eight-year plant and stayed for more. She left it. Baking in the Sun while you departed at a run to find a spade perhaps a trowel. Meanwhile the plant threw in the towel. You planted it with crown. Too High. The soil washed off. That explains why to High Ph at hated line. Elastic needs a gentler climb. He left the root ball wrapped in plastic. You broke the routes. They're not elastic. You Walk to close you try to get you dropped a piece of sod on it. You splash the plant with more oil. You should do something to your soil too rich to poor such wretched health. Your Silas Clay. Soil is filth. Your plant was eaten by a slug. The growing point contained a bug. These aphids are controlled by aunts. Who Milk the juice. It kills the plants in early spring your gardens mud. You walked around. That's not much good with heat and light. You hurried it. You worry that you buried it. The poor plant missed the mountain air. No heat no summer mugs up there you over fed it ten ten ten forgot to water it again. You hit it sharply with the hose. You used a hand without arose. Perhaps you sprinkled from above. You should have talked to it with love. The nursery mailed it without roots. You killed it with those gardening boots you walked to close you trod on it. You dropped a piece of sod on it. I'm crying. I just love him. I just loved him and his books. Were the opinionated Gardner. Was that what his greatest book was. That was the name of it. You mentioned Rock Garden. Rock gardeners are really they? They like to be punished. They tried artists plants of all they have a high hardest group plants from seed. And yes. Oh My Gosh. I can't even keep Diana's alive more than one year right. Yeah yeah so so okay so. Let's yeah plant slightly over there Hon. No I was thinking about over the years. It's hard to remember because they're not here right. And so you know you're looking. You think what I but I was thinking and I remember. I had a collection of Oak Leaf. Hydrangea and my favorite. Was snowflake semi double double really and it was about six feet tall. And I discovered after hurricane Irene. That hydrangea corker Is Flood intolerant? I lost them all. Oh and just recently. I got a text from my friend. Heidi and it had a photograph of something blooming in it and it was my favorite Siberian Iris. Which is a kind of short one. Among summer sky from nine hundred thirty five and I had that plan for about forty years but when I planted here it got a little shady better also got four and I lost it and the thing about that is if you don't plants and it was hard for me. I got that from someone in from an old garden because it's not easy to well now it's a little easier to find that it wasn't then it all it sky blue and white just beautiful and now. I can get it back because I shared that plant. I was thinking about arose that grew for many years. It's a rambler kind of purple colored. Rambler you'll Shin Blau. I believe you say V. E. L. C. H. E. N. B. L. A. You may be awesome. Yeah and and he just it was just that and I can just see the place I mean I could see out the window the place where it stood all those years where grew all those years and I think I don't even know what I don't even know if I remember what befell it you know but I keep wondering like with your IRA why don't I have it again. Why didn't I replace it right away? says it was just so beautiful. It was a a feature in the flower garden at Wave Hill. That was the first place I had seen it in New York City and so I had gotten it because I was so enchanted by it there. So that's a plant. I don't know if I killed it. I don't I'M NOT GONNA
"corker" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hours on a line three welcome Dave yeah if I use the he put the phone down and he's making himself a Cup of coffee all right let's go to Joseph Minneapolis line to welcome Joseph hi Mr Corker thanks for taking my call say I think it's time that regarding this virus we need to stop distinguishing it are based on the the country of origin and its ethnicity and rather focus on its politics is it any coincidence that this virus comes from a communist country that what lights you have its way with the entire world and discredit the trump administration etcetera etcetera so we have people like because you clicking a small media we wants to bring in the topic of racism was talking about a kind of food that comes from this country wasn't that a tactic that was used against president trump when he made some reference to Mexican food regarding the issue of your total go about your issue so how do we do this we call this the call me coronavirus because I'm not sure viruses have politics a how do we package this does it help me out well that's a very good question but I think one of the things we need to do right off the bat of stop and call up people who want to distinguish it as something that comes from a particular risk when I ask them because there's a lot of change people all around the world but there's more than one race in China as well but we don't know that there's one government one party in China I like here and around all the rest of the world so I think it's important to distinguish that work is coming out of China as well as toxic as China itself and it's not because of race it's because of their politics and that's a good start think that's a good idea and when I think about how we do that and I think it's clear that there are so many parallels to what happened back in eighty six with a check of the bill that if you have a dictatorship if you have a a communist regime of things it can control information the dangerous things happen because of course you can't control information we now know that China knew about the Wu Han virus long before they ever told anybody so yeah let's let's make sure that people understand where it's coming from in terms of the type of the regime that that country is even if the virus doesn't have politics that's gonna did Nita in Florida with a lovely name hello to how are you I'm wonderful well you are wonderful and we appreciate you thank you I just wanna say boiler saline but I'm not allowed so I'm going to be no T. are gonna use words for the FCC doesn't like no because I'll be taking other precious time from other people but because you know there's so much we're hit with an undated with all kinds of topics now at one time and so that's why I want to say a lot but I'll just say this according to what your time at Woodbine in his rantings yes and the I like the most recent one where he's actually proclaims trump as the winner of the rear section I thought that was so cute another claim of course that that was a rate that's not really what he said but anyway the for the phrase the left uses it's doctored video it's been done yes somebody with a PhD has adopted a so how do you feel how do you feel about the fact that it's going to be him at the moment and not bossy Bernie as the candidate for the Democrats I'm very relieved why why why why why are because Bernie socialism I I find it really hard to believe that he's even been given a platform to push such a horrible horrible government on on us as you know even if there's a possibility it would it would be as bad as you know Hillary getting so but I do think everybody has a conspiracy of of buyer you know hoping that you know bilingual brand but we know it's not going to do that if he did you know everybody's got their conspiracies that worked on the vice president talked him all twenty seven amendments the stuff yeah I have to say I'm just thankful I don't think he's going to let anything like that we've been attacked what do you think he's still going to win this positive you lied in a bid to Nita along with the perfect it's kind of like oh yeah that's a nice piece of toast you gave me a call so little bit I should just go ahead and and prophesied from because we know you should sound like you've got fire in the belly of my friend that's what we want fire I'm being told to calm it down okay calm it down that's not what we do stay on the line to Nita a lot of your call I want to give you a signed copy of my first book defeating jihad stay on the line and I have to show you guys exactly what my wife said to me this morning she got up at five thirty and then went to the gym well tough lady anyway she said I'm so relieved that it's not Bernie because at least I now know that America isn't that crazy and the Democrats all that crazy and I thought that's the way of looking at it time semester go could this is America first back to your calls in a.
A Witch and a Curse
"Today. I continue my investigation into the world of physical and paranormal with a witch at a curse organs. Lafayette Pioneer Cemetery was established in eighteen. Fifty local. Say the cemetery is haunted by a woman who was hanged after being accused of being a witch and that her ghost hoste cemetery however research has recently revealed that it was her son who was hanged for murder both his mother and wife sworn testimony claimed he was elsewhere when the crime was committed but a jury of his peers convicted him nonetheless Richard Gusts marble was hung by the neck until debt. For the axe murder of shopkeeper David corker but the hanging didn't go well the thirty witnesses who watched the execution described how the news is not slipped under his chin instead of breaking his neck. They watched him for eighteen minutes as he strangled. Death still was Richard. Smother a witch. She did cursed the town to misfortune to burn three times at the time of the hanging hills. County seat was Lafayette but just one year after the hanging the town loss that honored to Mcminnville to date. Lafayette Oregon has burned to the ground. Twice the spirit of Richard's mother on a marble has been seen wandering through the graveyard perhaps searching for the spirit of her son. Who KNOWS MISS? You say just another ghost story. Maybe not visitors claim that they have seen her others that they've heard her laughing. One visitor claims she recorded. Anna's voice telling her to run home. Some of those who say they were chased from. The cemetery have revealed cuts across their back and a marble flood. Lafayette years on this mortal coil in Jacksonville Oregon where she died in one thousand nine hundred sixteen and was buried in the Jacksonville cemetery today. The Lafayette Pioneer cemetery remains unchanged since the hanging and there are still reports of which sightings but few visitors venture past the no trespassing sign that's been posted at the
A MedTech Company That Thinks Like a Biopharma
"David. Thanks for joining US. For Greater Speaker. Thanks for having me. We're GONNA talk about orchestra. Biomed life at the intersection of Med tech and biopharmaceuticals and your recent financing events. Let's start with Arkestra more. Broadly though how do you describe the company? So it's a great question something since we founded the company and started this business about a year and a half ago. We spent a lot of time on because It's not an easy answer. But these really were describing ourselves as a strategic development partner to market leaders in the MED tech space We are a biomedical Innovation Company. And the core of what we do is the development of high impact products for major unmet needs enlarge Medical Condition Large Market. Major medical conditions lead products focus on arteries the number one killer in the world and hypertension the number one. Contributing risk factor. But our business model really and I started with the strategic partner industry is about really enabling the we think more capital efficient. The more Successful realization of these products bringing them to patients into physicians through strategic partnerships with established commercial market leaders. And where we'RE GONNA share the risk and share the rewards share the challenges development commercialization. And we think that's really at this point. The key differentiator. Something novel that we're bringing to the metric industry that we think is important innovation in and of itself In terms of being able to do a better job of advancing a pipeline of products and really seeing those products get whether to go which is to the market. The company's product lines have traditionally been considered medical devices. These are devices though that that have therapeutic purposes. Do you think there's a a valuation or opportunity penalty for being thought of as a medical device company? Well I think that's a great question because while healthcare innovation itself encompasses You know biopharmaceutical development Development Gene therapy medical technology medical devices through. You're talking about and more recently I think. Great advances in digital health. All of those different types of innovations. I think are thought of differently in terms of business model pathway to value and evaluation and medical technology medical devices particularly in the last say ten plus years. I I think the view In terms of valuation changed significantly if we look at that Either a capital market for a strategic perspective not focus has been on revenue and revenue growth is a major driver value. If you look at how any Wall Street analysts look emerging growth net tech and really meant take over all that revenue. Multiple is a big driver when we think about Bio Pharma. Look at you know we shipped over and say have Wall Street. Value Buyer farmer. I'm generally you're GONNA see valuations built off of long term probability and risk adjusted discounted cash flows and so one valuation metric is very much about the present. What is this product and this company generating with product in terms of revenue today and in the near future? What are the prospects for grow? But we we look at the other valuation methodology Bio Pharma. It's really a forward value. It's really a forward thinking forward looking value and the potential of the product. I think is captured much more in that long-term DCF those differences evaluation have a big impact on the whole cascade all the way down to early stage innovation and how you funders stage. I if you if you use a DC F- approach you in theory contained and very early stage product and we see this biotech even preclinical stage products with the potential and And be able to apply significant values and therefore And she access to a lot of capital to development to develop them at a relatively low cost capital the MED tech or medical device base. There really hasn't been the case. And and last ten years I think that's really impacted the availability of capital for early ideas and certainly more importantly availability of capital to fund the Mark Spencer Parts OF THE PROCESS LATE STAGE. Clinical Valentine the pursuit of regulatory approvals and then market entry and and so when we conceived the businessman Corker biomed and our strategy was really looking at those two different approaches the value and trying to see if we could create a business model. Four things that yes would be thought of as medical devices. Our products are a little. You know I guess unconventional you know drug device combination product violent tonic therapy and yes the market that we factor traditional medical device market. The business model is really about. How do we approach realizing value in a different way where we have her create way of you? Value is to a bio Pharma lands a longer term powered value of our future cash flow potential. Rather than. What are we doing today? You're in the very near future terms of rabid. I think it's fair to say that. The medical device industry hasn't been as successful at forging leveraging partnerships and licensing opportunities the way the biopharmaceutical industry. Has I imagine part of the reason for this is the cost and time to develop products. Hasn't been as daunting. Is this the case when you're dealing with the types of drug device combinations or something that's like a bio electric device? That's serving a therapeutic function. I don't think it necessarily just about the cost or the challenges. Alison I think. are actually advantages. I would agree in terms of cost. Time regulatory hurdles for devices I think those advantages probably been compressed. A little bit particularly for as you talk about a combination or or certainly even PMA class three devices or have significant impact.
Trump survives impeachment: US president cleared of both charges
"That all of this is done what happens now for the trump presidency. I mean for the rest of his term. How're you expecting it to be different than and it might have been well in a way? This is like a turbo charge for president trump because he survived this gauntlet this impeachment proceeding without without having to be removed from office. And therefore he's waking up feeling emboldened and empowered and feels a conviction that everything he does is right. He is at the strongest point politically today that he's been in some time. The Gallup poll has his approval rating at forty percent which is sending shivers through the Spines of Democrats Crafts Around the country there are good feelings in the country about the economy which continues to home along to report to you tonight that our economy is the best I it has ever been. He had a pretty powerful economic message in a state of the Union. Even though a lot of it was exaggerated and he made claims that are not true. Jobs are booming. Income Poverty is plummeting. Crime is falling confidences surging. It was a selling argument. It for reelection and our country is thriving and highly respected again and so we can expect I think the president into continue to to sound teams into seek retaliation against all of those. He felt have wronged him in. It's impeachment process with this acquittal. How is that likely to change the office of the Presidency broadly? It's a good question because the evidence about trump's activity in Ukraine is. There's no dispute dispute about what he did. The evidence is clear the testimony was clear. Trump himself has admitted on camera that he wanted the Ukrainian government to do an investigation into his political political opponent and in fact he called on the Chinese government to do the same so what he did is clear what happened is the Republicans in the Senate made a political calculation about out not removing him from office for it that what he did doesn't amount to an impeachable offense and I spent some time in the last days interviewing historians and they said this is a major watershed moment in our nation's history because the way the founders set up our government setup. Our Constitution was to punish and remove presidents. Who who do exactly what? Donald Trump has been proven to have done with Ukraine. This is a system of checks and balances and what's happened is the legislative branch under Republican. Look in control in the Senate is no longer holding the president accountable they're becoming an instrument to propel his power and perpetuate his power and that's concerning to historians it's concerning to legal experts and it certainly would set a precedent. I would imagine for future presidents who will say look if trump got away with this I can get away with it too and it is just an expansion of that sort of executive power which is troubling to those who study the framers and the Constitution. Do you think I mean with a different president. You know ten years twenty years from now our future executive branches likely to think back to this moment and say I can do this. It's okay I'm not going to get in trouble. You know. They they could and we may not even have to look to future presidents for that. President trump has another ten months seven months in office. He may have another four years beyond that and there's no telling what he might try to do going forward because he's escaped accountability this time in the Russia investigation. You know the Muller Team documented did all of these examples for really proven examples where the president sought to obstruct justice but did not charge him or indict him because he's a sitting president narrow justice assists department guidelines about that. Well the very next day after Robert Mueller testified in Congress about this trump picked up the phone and called the Ukrainian president asking for the favor the political favors so he the conclusion he drew from the Muller Investigation and his lack of any legal punishment in that regard was that he can get away with with what he wants to do. He's the president if he does it so be it and the Republicans in on Capitol Hill or are there to support and protect him. So can you talk us through. How the president's President's own lawyers argued that the Senate basically doesn't have the power to to check the president one of the most striking moments in the president's defense came when one of his lawyers? Alan Dershowitz a noted criminal lawyer you've seen him on. TV for years Came to the floor of the Senate and advanced an argument that a lot of legal experts that said was dubious every public official that I know believes that his election is in the public interest. And mostly right your elections in the public interest. He said if the president does something that will help his reelection therefore is in the best interest of the country and if if a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest. He cannot be held or rather be impeached for for that action that cannot be the kind of quid pro. Quo that results in impeachment. And so that's a blanket. Excuse use for the president to do what he did with Ukraine but obviously anything else that the president deems to be in the interest of his reelection that is an argument that Dershowitz had to kind of walk back a little bit In in some comments he made the next day and he got a lot of heat from legal scholars who said that's just a completely baloney argument argument with no constitutional grounding but it is indicative. I think of how President Trump himself views his power and views his authority as the president and commander-in-chief founder and chief. Did we see a lot of senators latching onto that argument. A few did Actually the Republican senators of course but a few parroted the Dershowitz line came as a way of defending the president and saying basically he's president he can do whatever he wants for his reelection because getting him reelected is in the best interest of our country. What about the way that? The impeachment trial played out in the Senate. The fact that there were no new documents that there were no witnesses is that likely also to set. Its own kind of precedent for or the way that impeachment is handled in the future. Certainly we've only had an impeachment trial three times in our history and so there's not really a blueprint door protocol. Offer how to go about doing this. And and the Senate leaders along with the chief justice of the Supreme Court to kind of change and adapt the rules as they went along to figure out how this would work mark and the Democrats say this was a complete sham. Trial that Mitch. McConnell designed it from the get-go to move quickly to get to a very fast acquittal to turn the page to save trump into move on with the legislative business not to delve into the details. Not To really scrutinize the evidence. The most surprising thing I think watching the Sahlin fold the last few weeks that John Bolton came forward publicly or at least in the manuscript of his book which leaked out through the media with new information right. He's a first first hand witness to what the president wanted done and Ukraine. He offered to testify before the Senate or at least indicated he would if if asked. Here's somebody who could have come forward to provide a new to account that would have provided new evidence to this case and there was no interest among the Republican majority in the Senate to hear what he had to say. I don't believe the testimony is necessary. The house else managers have a burden of proof a burden of proof to prove their case they had fallen woefully short. We now have allegations from Mr Bolton. I think they would have more credibility if the allegations came from someone else. There is no new information in my opinion based on what John Bolton has known but today in an effort to generate interest in a book have selectively released. Information that that to me doesn't go beyond what we've seen in the seventeen witnesses who've already testify only two. Republican senators voted to allow witnesses. Mitt Romney and and Susan Collins of Maine came to what extent is the Senate giving up the power that they have to oversee the president of provide any kind of check on the president. Give us a sense of the power that's been given up with the smooth you know they've they've been giving up power to this president for three years now in in part because Republicans threat the party live in fear of him. He has such an intensity of support within the Republican base and approval rating among Republicans of eighty to ninety percent and he follows these things very closely and vows to retaliate and shows that he can punish people if they betray him across him. Just ask former Senator Jeff Flake or former senator Bob corker. So there's that fear factor in the Senate and and what they've done to adapt to that is is not to stand up to him not to ever say he's wrong and in turn. They're getting some of their agenda through right. They're getting tax cuts passed. They're getting a lot of conservative. Justices installed hold onto the federal judiciary. They feel like Mitch. McConnell certainly feels like this is an opportunity to advance the conservative agenda but they just need to placate eight trump and played a trump and keep him calm but in so doing they're giving up their power of accountability. And it's certainly not the way that the framers and the founders imagined Dr our system of government working in Democracy Phil Rocker is the White House. Bureau chief for the Post. His new book written with Carol Lennox is called a very stateful genius. Donald J trump's testing of America. It's out in stores now.
Treatment and Recovery from Chemsex Addiction
"Welcome to the Mind podcast might guess. Today is David Fawcett and he is going to talk about Kim Sex addiction and what that means and what. That's all about David. Do you WANNA introduce this yourself until it's a little bit about you. Yes thanks so much. A Name is David Fawcett. I'm a licensed clinical social worker and sexologist sex therapist and I worked in the his field for about thirty years the last twenty years or so. That was working with a lot of men who sexually vanity use methamphetamine and other drugs and high risk sex and that developed a solo interest of mine in what is now called chem sex but we can talk more about what that means. But that's been my work for the last twenty years or so. How did you start? Start to discover this as an issue. And how did this kind of come about for you. And why is this a passion for you. Yeah thanks. I'm in recovery myself although not from Methamphetamine ben for a long time and I had added a real passion in working with a lot of gay men who were experiencing what a shame from lie stigma and corker. HIV which goes with lot of Irish sex and drug use and and that was my clientele basically for twenty years. The sex there is people were coming to me for sexual problems and with little history. We discovered that the sex from were caused by methamphetamine. A lot of the other drug use so oftentimes rather than come seeking help for the drugs. They came from the sex problems but that led right into this fusion that I was discovering between sexual behavior drug use and the devastation it caused for these individuals. Okay so let's talk a little bit about what that looks like when we say chem mm sacks and fusion and what does that mean right so what I really discovered is that we have addiction to substances. We have addiction to behaviors like like sex and each of those treated slightly differently. But really this is the third thing in my opinion where people simultaneously using drugs. And almost always an amphetamine is in the mix there and combining with sex is actually a fusion or abandoning of those that occurs in the brain neurologically those pathways become connected and so that behavior. Stage really is one set of behaviors and so if we take the traditional approach of getting somebody clean from their drug problems and hope the sex from take care of themselves. They don't because the two are so fused if someone gets cleaned oftentimes our sexual life goes with it. And that's the problem. People were coming before they were in a year clean. Eighteen months clean had virtually no sexual desire because that had been so fused with their drug use when they give up the drugs. They're excellent with right and so the whole thing so tell me a little bit when you say fused. Can you give me an example of how that might look like in a person who's struggling with this what that would look like sure and so this happens because of dope managed neuro transmitters. That's essentially that really acts. We teach our dog had into a trick if the dog sits and I have a treat it's dopamine that bonds those two things together and so if someone is acting out sexually using drugs those two things get bonded the way it looks. Is that if I'm in that state where they become paired or fused. If I see a sexy person on the street I may get a tremendous craving to get high or if I see see A SYRINGE IF I've been injection drug user I may get a sexual urge at the same time the two go hand in here and so one really triggers the other and that is missile bundle of Hughes in triggers. That really make a complicated for someone and then as I said in recovery because if we don't treat that really from sex therapy perspective people's sex lives have been so kind of re set by that super stimulation of sex and drugs. That nothing normal is appealing anymore. It's a very similar. The process. We see when sexton point addiction where the super stimulation occurs. In the brain to reboot in recovery right. How does this get introduced into a person's NHS life I mean? They're having sex than they used drugs together. And then that becomes a combo. or where do we see this and I guess I'm asking. How does it manifest itself? How does is a gro or how does it become this fused together right? I think certainly among many sexiest man is a sole confusion of the APPS. You know they a hook up APPs combined with the right use and you can go in those and discover basically with Coding Party in play people that are looking not only connect with drugs but that sex as well and so oftentimes this kind of introduce organically like that and it's not a problem just among gay men as best sexual world we think of you know had in treatment we've had heterosexual the guys who use cocaine and get see prostitutes. You don't get that same Russia. The whole endeavour so people discover quite quickly. The other way I've seen it introduced is through tolerance which we see addiction in general but where people kind of what was doing it for them. Yesterday doesn't quite as exciting anymore. up the ante a little bit Escalate of were highest sex. Or maybe more taboo things just to get stimulation go right so I guess vanilla sex gets boring or something in the add this element to it. And then that creates a heightened sense of pleasure intensity they start chasing that that that Combo that's exactly right and that becomes kind of new baseline and anything less than that is not only boring or not interesting. But almost even depressant depressant and so people's lives what used to give them pleasure including their their human partners. Don't do that anymore even the food. There's a state we call Anhedonia where the people are just. Everything's kind of great again experience pleasure and so that's quite common. So what happens in the brain as you start to fuse these things together. What's going going on? 'cause you're talking about Antonia and can you defy I for any listeners. Who Don't know what that is? What is an Danica? And then let's talk about how the brain right brings brings us all together. So Antonio is the state where people just can't experienced any pleasure. Life is kind of a gray. Everything's depressing or sad and I'm just happy or Perky. Oh bright and people that suggested emotional state. That's often do in this where we see. This addictions is the brain actually shedding receptors without getting into the weeds too much dopamine the neurotransmitter that makes us feel good that happens with cocaine with methamphetamine another stimulants it releases a lot of dopamine mean sex orgasm Jesus dopamine and makes us feel good. What happens with addiction particularly with Kim Sex? In a very profound way that this level of volume volume literal volume stimulation coming at the brain and so it actually sheds doping receptors an effort to control the amount of volume. It's getting stimulation and so that controls and to some extent but if we take away the stimulation if somebody gets clean and sober or stops acting out sexually that simulations drop to such a level that does even register and that's when that depressive state kicks
"corker" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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Cut the Cord and unsubscribe pronto--tips
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ZipRecruiter, where growing businesses. Connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. If you're like me you have way too many subscription services, and you don't even know subscribe to how to handle it all. I just had a really interesting conversation with Jared Newman. He runs the cord cutter weekly newsletter in. He's got a great tip. Listen to our conversation. I was really intrigued by your topic today, which was the best way to manage your subscriptions is the subscribe in cancel immediately. You want to tell everybody what you're thinking. They're sure so this is one of those things that if you're kind of a nerd about court, cutting and streaming services that light be common knowledge to you. But one of those things where I realized he talked to people and everybody realizes that you don't have to find a per service, and then remind yourself thirty days later, or whatever to cancel it. These are all prepaid non paraded surfaces. So you can just cancel immediately and enjoy your month and not get on medic. Built at the end. No, it's a great idea, because many of us don't even know what we subscribe to correct. Yeah. I think especially now some of these new services like apple TV channels, and Amazon channels. They kind of they make it so easy to sign up for services like HBO and Showtime, that it's like you might not even realize that you started a trial for something. Or you know where you even subscribed to in the first place. So, yeah, the better the more you can stay on top of it, the better, you know, they make it really hard. I subscribe to apple music, so that I could I had to look at it for an article I was writing, and I can't it. So I thought, but then it didn't go through. And then I was on vacation, I noticed they just charge me, another ten dollars a why are they charging me for this thing, don't use? So then he go into the app to try to, to unsubscribe there. No, you can't do that. And I don't even remember where I ended up, but it was not easy at all. Yeah. And you know, it's, it's, it's, it's easier with three services than it is with with cable. But, you know, they're still trying to introduce a little bit of Fritsch into the process. They could there's nothing really stopping any of these companies from lending us. Cancel through the TV Africa's find out, they just don't want to do it. So in a perfect world, you're going to wait for the series to be halfway through the run subscribe to that network be eight whether it'd be HBO or CBS or whatever then unsubscribe the next day, but you'll still get third twenty nine more days. Exactly. So, you know, it's, it's everything record cutting. It's all about trade offs. Right. Obviously, that's a little less convenient than just subscribing to everything year round all the time. But, you know, you make these little trade offs so that you can save the money. So it's, it's, it's good that you can do that. How many services do you subscribe to? But right now, I'm just on HBO and or sorry on Netflix and Amazon prime and I, I do a lot of stuff for the ten but I kinda cycle through HBO and. Cheesy. Right. Okay. So let everybody know the name your newsletter. So my newsletter is called cord cutter weekly, it has seventeen thousand subscribers, and you can find it. Jared Newman dot com slash cord cutter weekly. And I believe it comes out every Friday. For. All right. Jared Newman from Cincinnati corker weekly. Thanks so much for talking tech with us. His Jefferson Grammy listening to talking tech. Look for me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham. Please subscribe to the show where ever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. Thanks for listening. Hiring used to be hard it was. And still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them, and hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ZipRecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job, and actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day. And right now, talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter. For free at this exclusive web address ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E. C. H. T A, L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire.
"corker" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To talk about three signs of pint corker pain in dogs dogs, sometimes hide their pain pretty well from us. But when you know what to look for you can see it. These three signs are of severe discomfort. If you see any of them or you think you see any of them, please see your veterinarian as soon as possible no dog needs to live in discomfort anymore. The first sign is that as dogs stand in one place when their rear end hurts. They throw their weight forward over their front legs to take the weight off of the rear ones that hurt and to do that effectively what they do is they put their head forward and lower. What will happen over time? Is that they. Will build muscles up on the back of their neck because of this posture. So you will see around nece and heavy muscling over the shoulder area. And you will see them carrying their head forward and lo the lower. They carry it the more pain generally is in behind because the lower they carry it the more. They're can't leave ring the weight forward anytime you see a dog carrying their head routinely lower than their spine. So if you took a line or a ruler in your mind and put it on your dogs back if the head is even with that or lower than that, then they are protecting themselves from some sort of pain in the back. That's your second sign. The head is low the last sign you will see is if you take that same ruler in your mind and drop it from your dog's hip to the floor. If their feet are their hind feet are. In front of that. Then they probably are protecting themselves in some way. Because again as that head is thrown forward. The wait is taken off of the rear feet. Those feet come forward underneath the body. And that's all part of the same protecting themselves from pain picture if you would like to see photos with arrows an explanation, go to my smart, puppy dot com. Go to my blog, and you will find it there. And I have everything explained in pictures. But I want you all to know the sorts of things to look for. There is so much medically available to dogs. Now, there is pain medication. There is surgery. There's acupuncture, there is canine physical therapy canine, chiropractics massage supplementation, nutrition. There's so much we can do, but we can't help them until we recognize it. And I hope that by looking. For these three signs the head is low and forward the head is lower than or even with the back and the hind feet are underneath the body.
"corker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"They call it Medicare for all single payer. They wanna wealth tax. They want to seventy to ninety percent marginal rate tax on certain individuals. They want free college. They want a guaranteed minimum income from birth. A guaranteed federal job for those who quote unquote, can't find one three months tax payer financed. Family leave expansion of social security, which is already going to go bankrupt. According to the trustees in twenty thirty four and I've just gotten started. Donald Trump stands in the way of that utopia of that paradise. They must destroy him. Some point. I'm going to tell you a little story about this book that I've completed in the editing process and so forth. I think you're gonna find it. Absolutely fascinating. I've got more stories more information tucked away in two hundred and forty pages. Give or take. Then I ever had before. And it's not dense book I've made it especially readable. Because I want to get it out there. And as broadly as possible. President of the United States continues to do historic things. In a place where history matters. The birth of Judaism. The birth of Christianity. The birth of Islam. The president of the United States. Donald trump. We'll be remembered in the Middle East for a thousand years. He will be remembered by our enemies as the enemy. And he will be remembered by our friends. Is the great Donald Trump. You see they view him quite differently. And CNN and MSNBC in the New York Times and the Washington Post and all the rest of them. The relationship between Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu is unparalleled unparalleled. It's unequal. And while the liberals. In Israel, throw Bibi Netanyahu out the way, the left throughout Churchill after World War Two. Well, we the American people throw Donald Trump out. Who stands between us? In the insanity on the left. You look at what Donald Trump has done. In the Middle East. The ISIS caliphate has been defeated. Ladies and gentlemen, that doesn't mean ISIS is ultimately defeated like rats like cockroaches. They know how to hide but their territorial control is over. And this president did it in two years despite all the attacks from congress all the investigations from the special counsel, all the smears from the media. He's accomplished something. Barack Obama could not accomplish. He's given no credit whatsoever. None. He stopped Syria from gazing, it's people something Barack Obama. So it was a red line. And then he ran Trump. Stop. He stopped them. This president said. His president said. The United States is going to recognize Jerusalem. As the capital of Israel because it is the capital of Israel. Virtually every president the modern era has said the same thing. And then they lied. He was told don't do it. Don't do it li- like the others. But he did it. He moved the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Every modern president behind him said, they would and they didn't. And he did. For both of those acts. He came under attack. By the left wing in this country by the Democrats in this country. I fluid Israel when they opened the the new embassy. There wasn't one single elected democrat there to celebrate not one. Joe Lieberman who obviously is out of office and Alan Dershowitz. Is not an elected official. That was it. That's how I saw. What else is this president done? He is shredded the Iran deal, which threaten the United States, and Israel and other allies, including Arab Gulf states. He was told not to do it. He was attacked by. Bob corker and others within our own party. Said no, I'm going to do this. I'm gonna shred it. This is crazy to give the Iranians one hundred fifty billion dollars. Besides they have killed hundreds and hundreds of American troops in the Middle East. Do you know, we have democrat candidates campaigning right now saying that if they're elected they're going to reinstate the Iran act the Iran nuclear deal. It's true. What else is this president done? He shut down the P L O office and DC because it's a terrorist organization. He cut US funding the Palestinian Liberation authority, which was using funding. It's called the Taylor AC using funding to reward terrorists. They still do except now they don't get to use your tax dollars. There's a group called APEC. I'm no great fan of a pack. You wanna know why it's sort of a center center left organization. The American Israeli, whatever whatever it's a big organization. It's not the only Jewish organization. There are many of the left and the right. Two big organization and the crazies out there think they control control. You know, like Ileana, Omar, the anti-semites big they control congress. They control the pinks. They control you understand. And typically what happens is candidates for president democrat and Republican they form a conga line. And they speak at APEC. This other support for Israel an eight-pack supports a two-state solution. I don't. In a pack supports negotiation with the Palestinian regimes. I don't. And most of you don't either. So move on dot org. One of the most powerful of the progressive left organizations that controls the democrat party has announced. That the Democrats should all boycott APEC. They just announced this. And for them. Are doing exactly that their schedules. You see don't allow them to go. Come out Harris. Julian Castro, Elizabeth, Warren and Bernie Sanders. Meanwhile. Liane Omar a big anti Semite longstanding. Meanwhile, Talib another congress person. Palestinian descent, another anti-semites beg. Alexandria. I gotta get her name. Right. She gets offended when you don't. AFC? I would argue another anti-semites baguette they are celebrated in the democrat party. They are celebrated in the American press. They're not how to account we saw that the other week. The democrat controlled house of representatives got together put together resolution. And Omar herself voted for it declared victory and set for the first time ever the house of representatives has declared. Islamophobia. In the United States is to be rejected. There is no Slama phobia in the United States made up word by this group care, which is connected to us. The democrat party. He's not only moving hard left against the United States moving hard left against a critical ally. The president of the United States doesn't get the credit that he deserves standing up to them standing up to the world standing up for us in standing up for our ally. So I wanted to give him a kudos and salute him. We'll be right back. Mark.
"corker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Twenty five out. Free. Throw by Caleb. Watson is good. Corker four the that would have given gains a red badge occurred Vitas tried to step in there and take charge. That was a runaway freight train Caleb. Western six nine to seventy second free throw. Good Tertre in for games. That might have been freshman year or something because he's bored. A biscuit. Or you think here's Taylor at the top left of the circle faith law. The Ohio State logo gets Muhammad. That's there to set a screed law. Dumps it to part pizza pouts inside intended for Benson and nearly stolen bobbled out a balanced by the buckeyes. They're going to run that same high low play again to tell the tone at the top because they're going to have to guard him up top. I like that play looking to run that again with heart. Lobos has that's it. Takes a seat. Cows zone comes in thirty to twenty five bucks. Nine on the shot clock here law into part? Derrick harden out to foul zone. It's not very west raise up with a three. It's no good the rebound. Art. Here's C J Jackson, the other way zip for inspires it and cycled Russell works gray right around as it is. Caleb. Western. Now with thirteen points the buckeyes with their largest lead seven timeout northwestern, but sixteen fifty five ago thirty to twenty five Ohio State back at northwestern basketball..
"corker" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Back on the show for sure. All right, everybody. Thank you for joining us today until next time. Let's talk pets every week on demand only on pet life radio dot com. Welcome to the my smart puppy minute. This is Sara Wilson. And today, we're going to talk about three signs of pint corker pain in dogs dogs, sometimes hide their pain pretty well from us. But when you know what to look for you can see it. These three signs are of severe discomfort. If you see any of them or you think you see any of them, please see your veterinarian as soon as possible no dog needs to live in discomfort anymore. The first sign is that as dogs stand in one place when their rear end hurts. They throw their weight forward over their front legs to take the weight off the rear ones that hurt and to do that effectively what they do is they put their head forward and lower. What will happen over time? Is that they will. Build muscles up on the back of their neck because of this posture. So you will see around nece and heavy muscling over the shoulder area. And you will see them carrying their head forward and lo the lower. They carry it the more pain generally is in behind because the lower. They carry it the more they're Cantu. Leave ring the weight forward anytime you see a dog carrying their head routinely lower than their spine. So if you took a line or a ruler in your mind and put it on your dogs back if the head is even with that or lower than that, then they are protecting themselves from some sort of pain in the back. That's your second sign. The head is low the last sign you will see is if you take that same ruler in your mind and drop it from your dog's hip to the floor. If their feet are their hind feet are in. Front of that. Then they probably are protecting themselves in some way. Because again as that head is thrown forward. The wait is taken off of the rear feet. Those feet come forward underneath the body. And that's all part of the same protecting themselves from pain pixel if you would like to see photos with an explanation to my smart, puppy dot com. Go to my blog, and you will find it there. And I have everything explained in pictures. But I want you all to know the sorts of things to look for. There is so much medically available to dogs. Now, there is pain medication. There is surgery. There's acupuncture, there is canine physical therapy canine, chiropractics massage supplementation, nutrition. There's so much we can do, but we can't help them until we recognize it. And I hope that by looking for. These three signs they head is low and forward the head is lower than or even with the fact and their hind feet are underneath the body.
"corker" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Corker machine. Were these any long-term relationship? Are you better believe it the last fifteen minutes love? Yeah. Longterm? Okay. Long-term relationship. Hey, your kids that when he put him in as you find love dad roller rink ladies choice. Beth? Jordache jeans? Capers. To capers. Hi tops. She had velour shorts. Tony you're on KABC. Jay. Yes, sir. I wouldn't know what American cups back. But it was surprise me. If they were because I think a miracle, right? Panama Grenada America was send troops to your countries. But anybody they say nuclear power heavyweight America won't mix with. Yes. Ago America credits Britain, North Korea leader world worst in North Korea's missiles tests by MRs oh, Japan, some has been done since Pearl Harbor. He called the president America. So America, they know who who. But it wouldn't surprise me if they work since because there's no big three Nevada a real threat. American look for some people. But anyway, I don't know what they accompanied by going there. But it was practically if they were to go there. It's surprised me. It'd be the dumbest thing.
"corker" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"corker" Discussed on KTOK
"One thousand KT okay with Leigh Matthews. Mark. Wayne Mullen is one of our congressmen and with all this shutdown talk. He is not doing nothing. In fact, congressman you are working on a solution to the shutdown. Yeah. We have we've been right in the middle of this fight since before we actually entered the shutdown, and then when we got shut down, and we found ourselves right now at the negotiating table trying to negotiate actually all the way up until Christmas Eve. And then things went went, quiet. And they absolutely aren't even come to the table say, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. It's just been it's it's it's been eerie, quiet. But I mean, there was a lot of things leading up to that. I'll tell you. They're a good friend of mine on opposite side, I'll Kennedy and and myself. Was working with with Lindsey Graham, and and at the time Bob corker who is no longer with us, obviously in and in congress. And you know, we made an offer were we would fund a border the border wall for national security purposes. And in return, we would give DACA. Individuals TPS individuals. Anyone that served in the military or currently served in the military with honorable discharge or Arbel service permanent status. So we had negotiated significantly on finding common ground, and there is half of the group between Chuck and Nancy accepted it and they didn't. And so they said, no. And that happened officially I guess it'd been on the twenty fourth of December and the conversations of stopped because that was the second offer to which we had made and they have made no offer. Their offer is their offer is is no zero money for the funding of the wall and a clean CR, but at the same time, Nancy and Chuck both have voted for border security and border wall and a past. I I know you've probably brought this up before. But in two thousand six Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi. Hillary Clinton Joe Biden and President Obama at that time Senator Obama all voted for the literally it was called the secure fence act which appropriated not five billion, but fifty two billion dollars for building a border wall, and it was instructed to build no less than seven hundred miles offense, which equates to about seventy four million dollars a mile to build and then I did it again in two thousand thirteen yet. They won't do it now for two hundred and fifty nine miles a wall because they don't want the president to get a victory at least that's. Political. This is a hundred percent driven political shutdown. That's all this is a political showdown. They're putting the American people and individuals that are being furloughed and being deemed essential and having to work for free. And they're they're using them as pawns in this thing, the one thing I noticed I was in DC in the in the fall and spent some time with the Senator Lankford, I did not get to see you at the time. But one of the things that overwhelmed me about being in that city. Congressman Mark Wayne Mullen traffic, the traffic in the hot weather in September. But the overwhelming the overwhelming sense of service. This is where you serve the country. And I I don't see how Schumer and Pelosi are putting a pin in that. And and neglecting to serve not only the American people, but their own districts in order to make a political end. It has nothing to do with serving the American people has to do with them retaining leadership. Yeah. That's that's that's all it is. Because if it had to do with serving American people they've already been on record twice voting for this. So in listen, they go through the same the same security briefings or even the classified security briefings for that matter that I sit through and when you go through this you get information that they have at the risk, and what's actually happening on the border, even beyond. What's what's what's released publicly? And so for them to say anything other than this is national security risk is is absolutely lying to the American people. Because we these briefings haven't changed they've got worse. They've actually got worse during the Obama administration. We're getting these same briefings. And that's why they had played voted for in two thousand thirteen. I mean, one of the very first classified briefings, I went to was on this particular issue, and that was one of the bill's passing twenty thirteen after the briefing, and now the borders even worse than it was then well, keep us up to date on the progress. Congressman Mark Wayne Mullen love hearing from you love here.
"corker" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Okay. Let's get your questions. Hi, pre Louise in San Diego. And I'm wondering. Well, I'm totally freaked out by the fact that there's no readouts from from conversations meetings with Putin. And I assume that the senators know that I mean, if the public knows the senators, no, and I don't know why they're not more freaked out than than they have been and more wary of carrying out, his bizarre agenda. Anyway, thanks, I just needed to office. Even if it was just a line. Like, Louise, thank you for your honesty and candor with his back to your freak out and with respect to your question. As to why not more senators, and particularly in the Republican side are not freaking out. I I actually think that many of them are in every once in a while you saw Senator including chairman like Bob corker reveal his internal freak out when he would accuse the White House of being adult daycare. I think Mitt Romney probably is freaking out a little bit. He wrote that up Ed, which I think some people pooh-poohed, but other people welcomed, I think Mitch McConnell is freaking out in various ways. Even though he won't say it publicly he himself separate and apart from his concerns about how chaotic the White House's. He was fully humiliated by the president when he had a vote that got unanimous approval on a budget, even without funding for the wall. And then the president about face. So I think it's the case. And it's a theme we've been talking about week after week after. A week on the podcast that there's a lot of people who have problems with how Trump operates there are a lot of people who are really concerned about the Trump Putin relationship. The thing is talking about with the meetings and the readout are the series of discussions that Donald Trump and Latimer. Putin had in various cities, including Helsinki and Hamburg that the Washington Post has reported about suggesting that Trump is trying really really really hard to prevent the substance of those conversations from becoming no not just to the public. But also, even to the relevant internal high level White House staff, including the national security personnel, in some cases, the secretary of state and department of state, and that has a lot of people very concerned. It's got members of the house on the democratic side. So concerned they are considering as you may have seen in the news in the Washington Post article doing something fairly extraordinary issuing a subpoena to one of the interpreters who in at least a couple of instances was the only witness to the conversation between Trump and Putin. That would be an extraordinary measure. Later. But the problem with a lot of the things that Trump does is that it sometimes calls for extrordinary measures to try to undo the damage in make sure the information is known. I personally think it's a very serious step in a bad precedent to set going forward to the presence interpreter. But in a circumstance in which some people have ridden, including David from in a good article in the Atlantic in the last week, it may be a necessary step to take. So I appreciate your interest your frustration. Look, we all get frustrated the other night, I sent a tweet out when I saw the report that Donald Trump apparently has privately expressed great interest in withdrawing from NATO, and in my frustration, given the backdrop here, I sent out a, you know, somewhat ill-considered tweet where I said, you know, if this is true, Donald Trump should come forward state publicly his intent to withdraw from NATO. So he can be impeached and convicted by the congress to which a lot of people responded correctly, well, differences of opinion over policy are not a basis. Impeachment. And that is true. This is the problem with Twitter with two hundred eighty characters. Of course, that's correct. In part. I was showing the kind of frustration that I wish Republican senators show more of that you suggested in your call, but I will say that may be true the policy differences are not a basis for impeachment. But that depends on why one suggests they wanna withdraw from NATO and against the backdrop of the president of the.
"corker" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I got a question. During the eight years of the Obama administration. Who was the democrat Mitt Romney? Who's a democrat Jeff flake? Who the democrat? Bob corker. Who's a democrat? Maxine waters. Who? No democrat. Had an objection to ObamaCare. No democrat had an objection to the bird dog. Swap deal the deserter in exchange for what was it five. Taliban detainees and get more. I think. Four of them have returned to the fight. There was no opposition to the stimulus plan. There was no opposition to the Iran deal. There was no opposition to pulling all the troops out of Iraq. There wasn't a single member of Obama's party. That was a vocal critic the way Jeff flake. Bob corker Mitt Romney have been. Despite those radical policies that he and acted. The President Trump has to deal with. Mitt romney. And had to deal with Jeff flake had to deal with the Bob corker. Who was Republican Maxine Waters during the Obama years who who was Republican the house? Hostile vocal and nasty. The way Maxine Waters who was that person. Another question. After shooting where Democrats do they cry for more gun control legislation or commonsense gun laws? Accept it. Appears when Lille alien kills a cop. Apparently to ask for an illegal alien got a gun is to also ask the question. Why is he legal alien here in the first place? President Trump said there's a reason why politicians and the wealthy build walls around their own homes, bro problem, but the southern border is a very very high highly used placed by people that do human trafficking. How could it get worse than that? Is a reason why politicians and wealthy people build walls around their houses. President Obama recently built a wall around his compound is the reason for it. And I don't blame wherein a shutdown because Democrats refused to fund the border security, and he said this about the Vatican. When they say, the wolves immoral. Well, then you better gotta do something about the Vatican. The Vatican has the biggest wall of the mall, and here's President Trump again today. So this meeting was set up a long time ago. It just came at a very opportune time, and I thought we were all sitting in the Oval Office working on different plans in different ways of stopping the problems that we have in our country and other countries have problems with nobody like ours. So the economy makes it even more. So the economy is bringing people in because we're doing so well with the economy unemployment is now three point seven percent. And that's among the lowest we've ever had lowest in fifty years and among certain groups since the lowest historically, so I just appreciate them being here. I said let's go out to see the press. You can tell them about the importance of the wall. They basically said, and I think I can take the word basically out without a wall. You cannot have border security when we come back. Trump also ripped the idiotic what he called immigration laws given to us largely by Democrats. Catherine.
"corker" Discussed on WLAC
"The Tennessee star report early edition with Doug, Kelly and Michael Patrick layhee. The president were to say things that were divisive of a significant nature that I'd call him out on that. And I have by the way was her Charlottesville attacks on the media, the ROY Moore endorsement Attica Shoghi approach, I continued to places where we're different, and that's a great nature this Representative democracy, which is where we agree. We come together where there are disagreements we expressed those openly, and honestly that allows people to have trust in one another and I look forward to being able to have a trusting relationship with the president and with others despite differences from time to time and that is Romney the new flake in a Senate mitt corker. Well, you know, I'm trying to understand that. And I said this all week. Why is it that mitt drop? This went on right before he takes office here because we already know all these things that Romney disagrees with the president about he said in this interview that he did this this sort of interview, I think it's the Washington Post this week that, you know, he supported the president about building this wall, and he supported the president on many of his his policy initiatives, why not sort of especially right now while we're dealing with the government shutdown support the president in this one. Then if the president does things later, which you probably will that Mitt Romney does he like then you pointed out at that time. Why why do this sort of like almost like a prevent defense? Let's start you know, all the things. I don't like about the president before I tried to support him on this whole wall issue. I don't I don't understand his want. He's doing this. I mean, he's already got elected. I can tell you the people of Utah here. I can give you the answer. Would you like to hear it? I'm waiting. I told you in the last segment. Everything is now about the twenty twenty presidential election, and you really think Romney's running right? That's it. He's sending a signal. He's trying to take over the case position. The should the never Trumper crowd. The only explanation for this is that he has no intention to stop as the Senator from Utah. I know Mitt Romney min Rodney in his heart. He knows he is the man who must be president United States. He's convinced and he should have run harder. Hit back into the opportunity. Exactly are better. Yeah. Well, he thinks that he will get another opportunity. You know, dick, Dick Morris had the same thing. Said the same thing recently. That Romney will challenge Trump in the twenty twenty presidential election. I'm absolutely convinced. He will this is the it makes perfect sense. Remember now, this is not about anything getting done anywhere between now and November of two thousand twenty it's about setting yourself up for the twenty twenty presidential election. And by the way, speaking of the twenty twenty presidential election today in council bluffs, Iowa. Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts will be making her first twenty twenty presidential campaign. Stop and oh, I know you'd want to be there shot with the audience you're on here. Something funny about FOCA. Haunt us. Yes. Who who just had nothing but disastrous decisions and a disastrous publicity over the past three of anyone that would be more beneficial for President Trump to run against really then bit Elizabeth Warren. I really I can't think of anyone else that he would be a sure thing to win against more than g. So this is like to funny, but I have to say it. So tonight at five o'clock at McCoy's Thunderball, which they have an event center there that can has the capacity of one hundred fifty people so she might be able to fill that up. There might be that many crazy people in council bluffs. But then tomorrow, she said, it's a cold day. Tomorrow. She's got her next event is in storm lake Iowa. And do you want to know the name of the county? She's got a drive through that is just west of can't be Pocahontas. It came close. Cherokee county. Oh, wow. Okay. Elizabeth Warren is going to have to drive through Cherokee county Iowa tomorrow. Maybe like a tourist you'll stop at the the county line take your picture with a sign or something you think she'll do that. Oh well. No. But it's like again, I don't I don't even think Democrats would be very energized about Elizabeth Warren. I know there's some the the far. Yeah. Hit some friends yesterday..
"corker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I got a question. During the eight years of the Obama administration. Who was the democrat Mitt Romney? Who's a democrat Jeff flake? Who the democrat? Bob corker. Who's a democrat? Maxine waters. Who? No democrat. Headed objection to ObamaCare. No democrat had an objection to the bird dog. Swap deal the deserter in exchange for what was it five. Taliban detainees and get more. I think. Four of them have returned to the fight. There was no opposition to the stimulus plan. There was no opposition to the Iran deal. There was no opposition to pulling all the troops out of Iraq. There wasn't a single member of Obama's party. There was a vocal critic the way Jeff flake. Bob corker Mitt Romney have been. Despite radical policies that he and acted. The President Trump has to deal with. Mitt romney. Had to deal with Jeff flake had to deal with the Bob corker. Who's Republican Maxine Waters during the Obama years who who would have public in the house? That was hostile vocal and nasty Maxine Waters who was that person. Another question. After shooting. The Democrats do cry for more gun control legislation or commonsense gun laws. Accept it. Appears when Leo alien kills a common. Apparently to ask for an illegal alien got a gun is to also ask the question why? So he legal in here in the first place. President Trump said there's a reason why politicians and the wealthy build walls around their own homes, bro problem, but the southern border is a very very high highly used placed by people that do human trafficking. How could it get worse than that? Is a reason why politicians and wealthy people build walls around their houses of their Cup out. President Obama recently built a wall around his compound as a reason for it. And I don't blame wherein a shutdown because Democrats refused to fund the border security, and he said this about the Vatican. When they say, the wolves immoral. Well, then you gotta do something about the Vatican. The Vatican has the biggest wall of the mall, and he's President Trump again today. So this meeting was set up a long time ago. It just came at a very opportune time, and I thought we were all sitting in the Oval Office working on different plans in different ways of stopping the problems that we have in our country and other countries have problems, but nobody like ours. So the economy makes it even more. So the economy is bringing people in because we're doing so well with the economy. Unemployment is now three point seven percent. And that's among the lowest we've ever had lowest in fifty years and among certain groups into lowest historically, so I just appreciate them being here. I said, let's go out see the press. You can tell them about the importance of the wall. They basically said, and I think I can take the word basically out without a wall. You cannot have border security when we come back. Trump also rip the Arctic. What he called idiotic immigration laws.
"corker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"First of all, I wanna know what one thing Mitt Romney has done for this country. Donald Trump is done in the past. Years off. That's my first point. My second point is. The old on border security. Was. Today's policies when you're voting for publican, you're voting for the border wall. We've already against the border wall and the people from Jerusalem, so they voted for him. They were voting for this border wall. And she lets them down to know that what you said. Like, you said, it's useless idiot. That's another alligator in the swamp and. Real real you. You will get your example. And this is where the useful idiot. Narcissistic part of Mitt Romney comes in the self-serving narcissist part of Mitt Romney Mitt Romney truly believes that he is smarter than everybody else in the room. It's classic narcissism one. Oh, one Mitt Romney thinks and looks at a guy Jeff flake and goes, oh, I can get that much press tension. What they don't understand. This is exactly why they lose the reason why Jeff flake didn't run for reelection is because he knew he was gonna lose and narcissist never wanna lose. So they just they just a lot of times what they do is they just surrender and act like it's not surrendering. What is it surrendering? I mean, it's Lamar Alexander. Bob corker from Tennessee. Another great example, they they surrender. They know they can't get reelected, and so they surrender, but they act like it's well, I've served my country. So well, and I've served my country. Well, and so what I'm trying to do is. I'm just I it's time for someone else to come in and lead. The the reality about Mitt Romney is that Mitt Romney has done nothing politically to make a difference in this country. He hasn't lower taxes. He hasn't fought hard for the border wall. In fact, he's done more harm for this country. These done good for this country. Statistically, he got he allowed Barack Obama another four years in office. The same. And what I mean think about think about that. If you're going to run for president is it's America, you sure as hell better bring it and Mitt Romney did not bring it this. I truly believe this. If Mitt Romney would've brought it against Obama the ways bringing against Trump right now. I truly believe he would be president for the last six years. I think he really would be the president the United States of America for the last six years. Larry, I appreciate the phone call. It's been it's been Ferguson filling in for Mark Levin. One eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven we'll be right back. Mark levin. Mm-hmm. When I was younger to cigarettes three cigarettes. It was it was a habit. My mom. She was always like you need to get rid of them gave jewelry chance. I liked it really works. The switch was. Brainer. Really this tape from her Patrick made the switch December twenty sixteen. Make the switch at J L dot com. Warning this product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Oh, hey,.
"corker" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"I feel backfield bad for this clerk, right? Because you could you tell all that clerk wants to do did corker has death in his eyes. He probably wasn't even looking up at the customer that they were helping just because they're just it's that time of the year to right? You know, it's a. Their holiday season. They're probably just inundated with people it's been a very long lead up into the Christmas holiday. And I and I mean this as sincerely if you're not looking up, or if you're not really paying attention. You're only half paying attention one only seen half of the customer right because the lower half of the customer and the pink shoes in the in the tight jeans and all that but two you're listening to the customers voice. And it would not and would not be unusual. If you did not know to assume the pronoun here is, sir. Why because everything in that experience with the exception of what looks to be a rack of some sort are are pointing in that direction and the customer loses it for being miss gendered. Excuse me, ma'am. All right. So the best part about that is if you've been game stop you've had you've heard a conversation like that before in the past where someone's come in. And they're like, the sucks on return it, and they're like, yeah, we can only do credit. Restraining that happens. All the time. I've seen people flip out a game. Stop for a very recently hundreds of times, which is by the way, you're likely this is what is he rotating that customer? Yeah. He's got like follow seventy six seven. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Excuse me. Ma'am. My bad, right. Young lady K. So we're clear. So I'm saying, listen, the dude is freaking out for man. Oh, man. They're no they're not freaking out for no reason. They're freaking out for the reason that people generally freak out in a game stopover. They. Yes. Okay. All right. So we're on the same page here. Let's continue. He likes down down business. I said both of you, sir. Guy. John beforehand, sir..
Turkey Calls for Arrest of Aides to Saudi Crown Prince in Khashoggi Killing
"A measure that says the US Saudi Arabia's crown prince is complicit in the killing of the journalist Khashoggi. What do you make of that? I have talked about this whole MBA smaller bin Salman for a long time. I have since day one been a denounce Mohammed bin Salman, I lived in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia arena company there. I in congress. I worked for Saudi Arabia. I knew from day one. He was not what the media was portraying him as the great liberator of women that was nonsense. He wasn't. He allowed them to drive which half the people don't want to drive over there. Anyway, you know, have drivers. But. Everything he had the media eating out of his hand expensive lobby groups making him look good. He has always been known over. There is a monster. He imprisoned his own mother under house arrest because he was warning the king who has dementia. To not let him be the crown prince think about a second. And then he imprisoned people in the Ritz Carlton extorted billions from them. And they and they killed a man in the Ritz Carlton, I think even beaten to death or something. From day one. I I really felt usually it's you know, you're innocent token, proven guilty. I felt they won behind this. And I watched Lindsey Graham and Senator corker, and they came out in no uncertain terms. They said he would be convicted in thirty minutes in court. They have seen some private secret information that I am sure has some type of followed either his voice talking some type of solid connection to ordering the murder of kashogi. And I've gotta tell you Kate. President Trump is on the wrong side of this issue. And it is straining night talked to some people on the hill today. It is super straining his entire relationship with a lot of Republicans alone over this thing they have just went too far his son-in-law Jared Kushner is best friends with Mohammed bin Salman, by the way in Saudi Arabia behind his back. They're calling him instead of 'em Bs is he likes to be called the calling him Mr. bone saw. Wow.
U.S. senators conclude the Saudi crown prince ordered journalist’s killing
"To do with the death of journalist Jamal kashogi. In fact, Senator Lindsey Graham yesterday said there wasn't a smoking gun. There's a smoking saw. But that almost directly contradicts what the president had been saying. Yeah, that's right. A pretty. A remarkable moment on Capitol Hill yesterday. CIA briefing for select group of senators with director Gina apple after weeks really of them demanding answers from the administration. A what we know about involvement of Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin soman in this murder plot. They finally got some answers that small group of senators, and when they walked out of the briefing, they seem to be more furious than they were going into it. And then talking about just Democrats as you said Republicans allies of the president like Lindsey Graham saying that you'd have to be willfully blind to not come to the conclusion that NBS with intricately involved in this plot as you said that directly contradicts not the president. But his top advisors, Mike Pompeo secretary of state teams Mattis the Defense Secretary, and it really set a showdown between congress and the administration over what to do next with a relationship in Saudi Arabia. Well, before we even get into that going back to Mike Pompeo when he came out last week and made a statement or lack thereof. There was not. Steve that was made when it wasn't the CIA director Gina hospital a lot of people scratch their heads like, hey, wait a minute. Which isn't she? The beep be the one who's giving us all the information shouldn't her department be the one who's giving us this in. And it was just strange that. She wasn't the lead on that that it was Pompeii. Oh, and then he was so sort of cagey about everything. Yeah. Exactly. And then there were some reports at the White House should actually held Gina hassle back from going to deny that. Official beer telling me that hassle chose not to go, and it could be a little bit of both ending hassle. Probably didn't wanna be played off of the president. You know, she obviously would stick to what the intelligence agency has has compiled is and that could be seen two country country for President Trump has said publicly, and instead the had this class by briefing with Mike Pompeo and James Mattis for all one hundred senators, but but they last so unsatisfied that it builds up pressure on the administration over the last couple of days to do something to you know, really win back those Republicans like Bob corker in Lindsey Graham, and that's what led to the briefing yesterday. But as you said, they all laughed even more angry than before. So this saga will continue Connor to what are you do? So they're mad. All right, fine. Everybody's upset. Everybody's upset that it seems that the president isn't making full acknowledgement that the Saudi Crown prince had something to do with this. Everybody's upset on both sides fine. But from a geopolitical standpoint, you also have to wonder is it does it matter though. Even if the president did is it it doesn't make him look better to say, hey, crown prince, I know you had something to do with it. You know, the evidence is right here in black and white. I know you did. But I'm going to have to plug my nose on this one and just move on. Because I know it's the right thing to do when it could be comes to relations would that be enough to satisfy these senators on both sides who are so angry about this investigation. I think that had been the administration's reaction from the start that we wouldn't be in this position. And it could have been enough because I think a lot of those Republicans know that their relationship with Saudi Arabia is so important, and it is especially vital to the president's national security strategy his foreign policy they rely on the Saudis to counter Iran's throughout the Middle East. So if that was if that was the reaction right away fine. I think you know, that people could put their noses and go along especially because the Saudis have said consistently NBS, the crown prince is not going anywhere. And so they I think would learn to deal with it in a way if they hadn't felt so betrayed and so stone wall by the administration and by the Saudis, but but from the beginning the Saudis have have lied covered up their involvement. And then they admitted that there, you know, Saudi officials were responsible, but they said it was an accident. And then they admitted it wasn't an accident. It was a rogue operation. The the fact that they have continued to live threat. It has made it very hard now for these Senate Republicans to not want to go after them. But you're right broader broader terms in the region, if the US pol- support from the Saudis, they're left hung to dry and a lot of different places. We do need Saudi Arabia for a couple of different things and other partners. Other countries will be really willing to take on that partnership. Instead you saw Ladimir Putin over the weekend at the g twenty high fiving was NBS while President Trump declined to meet with. Yeah. That you don't want somebody else to just slide in there. So it's yeah. It's keep your your enemies close kind of thing, you know, or your friends. I'm screaming that went out. But you know, what? I mean. But yeah, you can't you can't goof up this relationship. No matter how ugly it is. But at the same time, they're just has to be a way to sort of eased everybody because everybody is upset that they feel like we're either covering up or you know, that the president is either covering something up or lying about it. Or whatever it may be if you were just to be more forthcoming about the details of the investigation and say, I don't like it. But here's the way it is. And then move forward that might help. We'll speaking of moving forward when you were mentioning Mike Pompeo. He's also in headlines for another reason, he says the US is
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