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"At the top of the food chain when it comes to running. Russia's military. But a more troubling sign of the struggles that the Russian military is facing is a Washington Post story tonight that indicates the Russian military is dusting off 80 year old tanks from the Stalin era and shipping them to the east. Clearly for use in this war. She's visit was a way to look strong on the world stages, but sources say it was likely a moment, a desperate moment to appeal to China to send some much needed weapons to Russia. JJ green, WTO being news. On another front, Israel is prime minister says he's determined to end the divisive crisis over his plan to overhaul the country's judiciary, but in a speech this week, Thursday, Benjamin Netanyahu gave no details of just how he plans to do so, and opponents quickly rejected that pledge, he spoke hours after Israel's parliament passed the first of several laws that make up the contentious plan as a result, the Israeli leader would be protected from being deemed unfit to rule because of his corruption trial and claims of conflict of interest, protesters have staged another day of demonstrations this week over their fears that Netanyahu is causing major damage to Israel's democracy. Back here in the states, former president Trump said he was going to be arrested this week. Remember that? That was in connection with the hush money payments to adult film star former adult film star stormy Daniels, but that never happened. Now this morning, The Washington Post reports, the Manhattan grand jury considering the case will not take up the matter again until next week at the earliest. In the meantime, in a separate case involving the former president, a federal appeals court has ruled this week, one of mister Trump's lawyers will have to testify and share evidence about the handling of classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago. CBS News chief elections and campaign correspondent Robert Costa. Prosecuting Trump on classified records was always going to be a tricky challenge because there are privilege issues that Trump could argue likely all the way to the Supreme Court if it ever came to that. So what the special counsel is looking at now based on my reporting is potential obstruction by Trump in terms of how we dealt with the federal government in terms of returning the records, what he told his lawyers. So they're looking into did Trump mislead his lawyer Evan corcoran in any way as he dealt with the classified records issue that could down the line lead to an obstruction charge, though again, we're far away from that point. In the meantime, the Manhattan district attorney this week who's investigating the former president and the stormy Daniels case has formally rejected the request from the House Republicans to turn over documents. Alvin Bragg's office calls the effort and unprecedented inquiry into an ongoing investigation. The AP Associated Press reports this morning that in a letter brags general counsel slammed the congressional request as an unlawful incursion into New York sovereignty. Got me right up on WTO P after your money now. Regaining voting rights just got more difficult for virginians who have a felony on their record. I'm Nikki Nelly. It's wondering. The AT and proffered in the WTO traffic center. And we're busier than we need to be even with The Rain that passed through the area a couple hours ago, we still got lots of lots of stuff in the aftermath two 70 northbound waiting for the all clear on our
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Welcomes YouTuber Raz0rfist AKA "Rageaholic"
"It's the Mar-a-Lago raid or the unselect committee hoax, the perfect Georgia phone call who is absolutely perfect. Or the stormy horse faced Daniels, extortion plot, they're all sick and it's fake news. Our enemies are desperate to stop us because they know that we are the only ones who can stop them and they know it very strongly and they're looking at the polls where not me but we are up by so much. They can't even believe it. We won twice and now we've got to win a third time. They know that we can defeat them. They know that we will defeat them, but they're not coming after me. They're coming after you. I'm just standing in their way, and I always will stand in their way. Thank you very much. 45th president of the United States saints, it's not about him, Alvin Bragg may want to arrest him, but it's about you. It's about his supporters. It's about the 73 million Americans that voted for him to have a second term. Is that, in fact, the case? What should we expect is the republic salvageable? Let's talk to a man who I think may have an opinion or two. You know him as razor fist he's one of my favorite content providers on that. Platform called YouTube, I won't give any other name. He got the Chinese called Rachel holic, razor fist. Welcome back to America first. Couldn't be happier to be back. Anything going on. Anything at all. I don't know, we can talk about my crime age, your favorite jigsaw puzzle. All right. Where should we start? Here we talk about our mutual paper mache hobby. Boy, it is a good thing the New York DA could tear himself away from the 23% increase in violent crime year over year to tackle the truly pressing issues like monetary settlements to age deaths, orange stars. That fall outside the statute of limitations, am I right?
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Will Alvin Bragg Try to Arrest Donald Trump at All?
"Don't think this is going to happen that the district attorney Alvin Bragg in New York City is not going to arrest Donald John Trump. I think that he sees the writing on the wall here. Now, yesterday, a letter serviced. That seems to indicate that Donald Trump was not involved in the hush money payment to stormy Daniels. And this letter, it's pretty condemning. And this could be one of the reasons why the grand jury has not been meeting yesterday's proceedings were canceled. Today's proceedings canceled again. There's word that the district attorney may call the grand jury bank for, but not because of Donald Trump. As a matter of fact, the reporting of NBC News says that they may not even address the Trump issue until next Monday. But I think what's happened here is that team Trump has been pretty masterful at playing all of this out. They had heard the rumblings and they got out ahead of the story. But the reality here is that Michael Cohen, in this letter, it's pretty evident that he had everything to do with this and Donald Trump had nothing to do with the hush money payment made to one stormy Daniels. I want to
AP News Radio
AP sources: Manhattan DA postpones Trump grand jury session
"Manhattan prosecutor's postponed a scheduled grand jury session Wednesday in the investigation into Donald Trump and told them to be on standby for Thursday. That's according to four people familiar with the matter and it slows the decision whether to charge Donald Trump. The Manhattan DA is investigating hush money payments to stormy Daniels during his 2016 presidential campaign. It's not the payments, but the accounting that could bring an indictment from the grand jury, which does not need a unanimous vote, while the proceedings are supposed to be secret, some witnesses like Michael Cohen, a Trump opponent and bob Costello a supporter, have spoken out about their testimony. Trump has been railing against the investigation and claiming his arrest is imminent, law enforcement officials have accelerated security preparations in the event of unrest. Julie Walker, New York
The Dan Bongino Show
Will Cain: Would an Indictment Affect the General Vote for Trump?
"So I totally agree with you when it comes to the Republican primary in the Republican base And I think it could It could cinch the Republican primary for him Over who we all know to be the closest FrontRunner Ron DeSantis right I'm not making that call I'm just saying it could be the deciding factor right But here's the thing And I want to talk this out with you I don't know about the general Now here's why I say that Okay you're right about the stormy Daniel stuff That stuff's baked into the cake That ain't changing anybody's mind right I think that your challenge Dan bongino And my challenge will Cain is this Do we know that what this story is truly about is a two tiered justice system And I can go into the details of it and I can talk about the fact that no DA would ever pursue this including the previous DA or federal prosecutors that it's a misdemeanor that it's run past the statute of limitations And I can lay out the case about why this is so weak and therefore it's a political witch hunt I can lay that out right But the only people that are really going to take the time to listen to me on that are the people that care and know right away And that is the Republican base that sees the details is invested in understanding and sees that therefore the two tier justice system What my worry is Dan There's this other thing out there And I don't know what the better word for it than zeitgeist And it's just sort of the people who accept the news and it washes over them right And when it washes over you all you collect is a few details And you have to have these people to win an election You have to have some of these people in the general And again I don't think it's the stormy Daniels aspect I think it's going to be like this idea that Donald Trump broke the law period That's what they'll say right And what they're going to do by the way is run probably run the same play three times They may run it in Georgia and they may run it when it comes to Mar-a-Lago And you and it comes back to me and you and everyone out there to try to persuade those people who I don't think are dug in lefty Those people are lost right Don't worry
AP News Radio
Trump's potential indictment caps decades of legal scrutiny
"As a New York grand jury weighs an indictment against Donald Trump in a hush money case in Washington, the former president remains under scrutiny for his potential mishandling of classified documents after leaving office. There are several Trump investigations going on the Manhattan DA's case revolves around how alleged hush money paid to stormy Daniels was accounted for. In the D.C. case, a judge has ruled federal prosecutors will be able to again question a Trump lawyer before grand jury over classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago. And in the New York attorney general's civil case, Trump and his company are accused of a years long fraud scheme. Trump's lawyer, in that case, Alina haber said yesterday he's not concerned about any of it. Trump calls it all political witch hunts, and indictment wouldn't stop his presidential campaign. Julie Walker, New York
AP News Radio
Trump waits out grand jury as New York braces for protests
"Donald Trump remains in Florida. His prediction of an arrest yesterday never happening. Meanwhile, the work of the grand jury in New York continues. Here at the courthouse in Manhattan, police floodlights are up and metal barricades around the building, court officers are out in full force, the NYPD says it's ready for any protest as Trump has called for. Yesterday, bomb threats, delaying the course, the grand jury is deciding whether to indict Trump over his alleged hush money payments to women, including stormy Daniels, during his 2016 election, and it's not the payments, but the way they were made that could get him in trouble with a grand jury it doesn't take a unanimous vote to indict. Trump says he's innocent and calls the Manhattan DA's case a witch hunt and politically motivated in Lower Manhattan, Julie Walker, New York
The Doug Collins Podcast
The Possible Indictment of Trump Is the Biggest News Ever for Dems
"Week. It started off at the end of, you know, we're in the middle of it now and nothing is happened in the biggest news story that you would ever think that the liberals ever come across. And that is the possible indictment of Donald Trump by the New York grand jury over the hush money paid to stormy Daniels and the relationship. She said occurred, he said, never happened, but yet still paid out. Money was paid to her. This has been referred to as the Frankenstein, also, or indictment that has been, you know, the Department of Justice and federal level where the federal election commission rules and discussion of election. Benefits and using campaign funds for to gain a benefit in election would all be settled shows to pass on is not once but twice. The Alvin Bragg's own office chose not to deal with this dealing with mainly because of who they were having to deal with, the witness quality. And also the simple fact that giving and even NBC News pointed this out a while back said giving money to someone to keep them from talking is not illegal. What they're trying to do is construct this wild case that it was an illegal campaign contribution given through a third party. Folks, if I'm losing you already, think about how this case is going to play out. And it comes down. I mean, trying to get a jury, I mean, if this actually went to its conclusion, which, you know, you don't see Donald Trump agreeing to a plea bargain here. That goes to his final clue and finding a jury finding and taking these facts, moving them forward. Look, we're in the middle of this, but what really shows me is the political basically malfeasance of Alvin Bragg, the district attorney funded by George Soros, one who has said that he doesn't want to prosecute felony dropping them to misdemeanors. We see him not even prosecuting misdemeanors in some cases. And he's in New York in a complete freefall when it
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Wendy Patrick: Why D.A. Bragg Selected Grand Jury Route Against Trump
"There some rationale that you can divine as to why they went the grand jury route in this particular case? No, I'd be guessing. And that's one of the things I try never to do. Because one thing we do know is behind the scenes, whatever evidence that they are looking at, we only know a fraction of. I say that because the public office scratches their heads in the court of public opinions, lights up with ideas as to why different jurisdictions are pursuing different types of people in this case, why pursue Donald Trump now. This is a stale case. It's so 2016 rates tore me, Daniels. I don't know about you, Jeff, but most of my colleagues think the grand jury is deliberating over January 6th. And they're just surprised to hear no, actually, this is about a hush money payment made before he was elected president. But what else is going on there behind the scenes? That is one of the things that makes grand jury proceedings unique is they are used, as you mentioned, in a fashion that would avoid having everybody following and weighing in on the case because they might be able to guess. But that shouldn't be what influences the evidence that's presented. Now, this is a little bit different, Jeff. Let me just say, it's unusual to have a witness volunteer to be a grand jury witness. And remember that Michael Cohen rebuttal witness, the ex lawyer, the testified yesterday. That's a little bit unusual, but I want to say, what about the Donald Trump saga isn't unusual? I mean, if you're in the position of having to decide whether or not to charge him, criminally civilly, whatever it is with anything, you're probably going to really think it through. You're going to round table it, you're going to talk a neighboring jurisdictions that might have their own investigation spending, which also is true here, by the way. And there's just so much to the analysis that I for one can't wait to learn more. When we finally have some kind of outcome, whether it's an indictment or not, as to what were they talking about.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Former Legal Adviser to Michael Cohen Discredits Him
"Tucker Carlson's program last evening, I think we have a tape from this. It's pretty amazing. Attorney Costello came out and because of the waving of the attorney client privilege, he was able to discuss freely and opening openly about his relationship with Michael Cohen, how Michael Cohen is materially lying to quote unquote get Trump. It is an interesting question, is Michael Cohen being incentivized to do this as Michael Cohen being paid or threatened to do this. These are legitimate questions, by the way. And also Jim Jordan is asking a very good question, something that I do suspect, which is is there a coordinated effort? Is there a, quote unquote, get Trump war room? We're going to ask that question in just a second because I think that's actually really interesting. Play cut 22. I called him up after I saw Michael Cohen on TV. Stating things that he said he was going to tell the grand jury and had told the grand jury that were contrary to what he told us when we first represented him in April of 2018. So I'm sitting at home watching these lies, and I said, I've got to do something about it. I don't represent Donald Trump, but I do stand for justice. And I think I have a legal obligation to inform both sides. So that's what I did. And so effectively, if you listen to the entire segment, it's a long segment. He went in and he has the emails and the texts and the phone calls, and he has a sworn waving of attorney client privilege, which I don't know why Michael Cohen signed. That's just really bizarre and strange. All over the place. And he went right in and to the grand jury and basically said, you can't trust this guy. You can't build a case on this. So the entire case is basically built on Michael Cohen saying, Donald Trump had an affair allegedly with stormy Daniels and then he wanted to pay hush money payment, which is not illegal, by the way. You might find hush money payment reprehensible. You might not like it. Unfortunately, it's done a lot in politics. It's done a lot in corporate America. I personally don't like it, but it's part of life. And it's not illegal.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Donald Trump Reacts to Ron DeSantis' Comments
"The media described president Trump's reaction to Ron DeSantis, comments about Trump's pending arrest as going scorched earth. Here's mediaite's description. Former president Trump went scorched earth on Florida governor Ron DeSantis after he weighed in on his potential indictment in the stormy Daniels case brought by prosecutors in New York, Trump in a post on truth social raised questions about governor desantis sexuality and once again peddled his groomer smear against the Florida Republican who was seen as a potential presidential candidate in 2024. Apparently, Trump supporter, many Trump supporters, including president Trump himself, didn't like the scathing indictment of Alvin Bragg, the district attorney in New York by Ron DeSantis because in the middle of his comments about the political persecution of Trump, desantis took a jab at the stormy paint and stormy Daniels payment. And Trump supporters don't like that. Apparently when you are all in for a candidate like many of us are only our candidate gets to trash talk other people, they don't get to trash talk him. That's apparently the way the rules work.
The Trish Regan Show
Are We Now a Banana Republic?
"This is the kind of stuff that happens in these banana republics. And I don't mean to pick on Brazil. So if anyone's from Brazil, I apologize in advance, but let's face it in Brazil, like everyone goes to jail. It's in the government. I mean, think about Lula, he went to Dale. Of course, now he's president again, go figure Dilma Rousseff didn't she go to jail as well. This is not the United States of America. I don't love the story. I don't even like to say the words stormy Daniels, but they're alleging, of course, that he paid her off in this kind of hush hush money scheme. And that therefore is illegal. And then he lied about it, and maybe used campaign funds, et cetera, et cetera. This is Alvin Bragg, who's alleging all this. He is the liberal prosecutor. There are the DA in New York City whose campaign actually was funded to the tune of a $1 million by a liberal group called color of change, political action group, which actually is in part funded by George Soros. So there's a lot of blue money here behind this. And the Democrats wanted this, right? They haven't given up. They think that this motivates their base, but I get news for them. You know what this is going to do? This is actually going to help Donald Trump immensely. Immensely, because no one wants to see a former president. I'm sorry. You know what? When I see the video of Joe Biden falling on the stairs of Air Force One, I don't like it. I actually cringe, I don't like Joe Biden's policies as you well know. I don't think he's a very good president, but the last thing I want to see is him falling on the stairs over and over again. I don't like that because you know what that to me reflects on our country.
The Officer Tatum Show
Republicans Assail New York Prosecutor Investigating Trump
"This breaking from just the news had tip forgotten man, GOP led House judiciary demands, the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg testify about possible Trump indictment. Guys, guys, I'm getting excited. I love when conservatives fight back. We don't have to take this crap from the left. A bunch of woke punks. We don't have to take this stuff anymore. And some in Washington on our side are finally getting a clue somebody say hallelujah, all right? So Jordan noted that the statue of limitations for any alleged crimes involving the former president is set to expire soon, likely explaining Bragg's rush to indictment. So, the Republican led house on Monday sent a letter to the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg demanding that he testify about his possible indictment of former president Donald Trump overcharges, allegedly related to hush money payments to adult porn actress stormy Daniels. The letter was sent by judiciary committee chairman rep Jim Jordan, who was joined by House oversight committee James comer and house administrative administration committee chairman Brian Steele. The letter was obtained by Fox News and it says here and I quote, in light of the serious consequences of your actions, we expect that you will testify about what plainly appears to be a politically motivated prosecutorial decision. According to Jordan, Jim Jordan representative Jim Jordan. Of course, Trump said over the weekend that he expects to be indicted Tuesday, which would be tomorrow, but neither Briggs nor his office has confirmed the statement.
AP News Radio
Trump says he expects to be arrested in New York grand jury probe
"If the New York grand jury indicts former president Donald Trump, it will be illegal and historic president. I Norman hall. The decision whether to indict former president Donald Trump over hush money payments made on his behalf during his 2016 presidential campaign lies in the hands of a Manhattan grand jury that has been hearing evidence in secret for weeks. Trump denies any wrongdoing in a slammed the Manhattan district attorney's office probe as politically motivated. The grand jury has been probing Trump's involvement in a $130,000 shell company payment made to porn actor stormy Daniels to keep her from going public about a sexual encounter, she said she had with Trump years earlier.
The Charlie Kirk Show
House GOP Demands the NYC District Attorney Turnover Documents
"The house GOP demands the New York City district attorney turnover documents and give testimony as to the politically motivated persecution of Donald Trump. That's a great sign. That would not have happened a decade ago. Paul Ryan and his pack of moderates would have been like, wow, this is not us. We don't want to interview with an investigation. That's ridiculous. I'm glad they're doing that. I'm talking about district attorneys. I'm talking about attorney generals. Do we have a current grand jury right now in a red state? Against Joe Biden, the treason he's committed against America, if not, why not ask your attorney general? Do we have a current investigation into the Clinton crime foundation of the crimes that they committed against the American homeland or maybe even committed in Arkansas, by the way? Arkansas is a super red state that the clintons and the bidens have both heavily trafficked throughout the last couple of years. You're trying to tell me that you couldn't find a misdemeanor that Hunter Biden committed an Arkansas. So if this is the new threshold, if the new threshold American politics is, wow, you have a misdemeanor of a payment to stormy Daniels that could be classified as a campaign finance thing. Then what exactly would you call it when you get a $3 million wire from a Chinese Communist Party affiliated company? Why does a Republican district attorney not investigate them right now? I don't want excuses. I want answers and you should too.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why the Potential Trump Charges Are Pure Fiction
"Is that Donald Trump and his own private life paid stormy Daniels is a hush money payment as a way to try and influence the 2016 presidential campaign. This is such this is beyond an abuse of the criminal justice system. Even if you hate Donald Trump, even if you are the most anti Trump person, you can not possibly justify. That this is what the criminal justice system is for. This is not even a novel legal theory. This is a fiction of the legal code. Signs indicate that Bragg's plan is to claim that Trump's payments to stormy Daniels were improperly classified as a legal expense. Now, even that would just be a misdemeanor of true, so to make it a felony like Bragg has been saying that it's a crime was committed to cover up another crime and the theory goes that it goes a bigger crime making this any illegal campaign contribution. This is such an abuse. That basically says any spending in your personal life is actually for a political campaign. And then it just begs the question, was Donald Trump selling our country out to the Chinese Communist Party, so his cocaine addicted son could make money in our national security could be compromised. Did Donald Trump smash a bunch of devices even though they were under subpoena? And they just disappeared. Did Donald Trump engage in a summer of love of looting and fire and arson, of course not. A city that is more dangerous than ever and the local DA is going straight after the 45th president of the United States. Why is this happening?
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Emerald Robinson: 'It's Obviously Not About Stormy Daniels'
"How do you relate this to the raid at Mar-a-Lago and just kind of all of these other things they've been trying to get Trump in different ways and you mentioned kind of the state versus federal things and I'm sure that this is probably all people who think the same of Trump and that. They want to get Trump on something. Do you think that this could be because they weren't able to move forward with other charges or other things that they tried to find because it seems like them going after him over this stormy Daniels thing. It's kind of silly. I mean, Bill Clinton probably did much more paid off people. And I'm not even saying that that Trump did anything wrong, but just it just seems like a crazy reason to arrest a former president because there are many crimes that we can say about Biden, Hillary Clinton, others. And so do you think that this is about the stormy Daniels case or do you think that this is kind of their way of going after him because they weren't able to do more from Mar-a-Lago or other investigations? That's exactly what I think it is. It's obviously not about story Daniels. And when you look at the amount of money that's usually involved with high profile people, especially millionaires and billionaires, the amount of money she was given suggests that there was nothing there. It was go away money. I know lawyers who, you know, unfortunately, orchestrate deals like this all the time. And this is an extremely small amount of money. And these do happen all the time. And I think you're right. I think what you suggest, they tried with the radial Mar-a-Lago, but that all fell apart when you learned about Biden's retention of classified documents that are sound much more sensitive than anything that Trump had.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Donald Trump: They're Not Coming After Me, They're Coming After You
"Here was president Trump on truth social Friday that sent the weekend into a news frenzy. These four horrible, radical left Democrat investigations of your all time favorite president, me. Is just a continuation of the most disgusting witch hunt in the history of our country. It's gone on forever with Russia, Russia, Russia, and Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine, and the Mueller hoax. It's an absolute disgrace what's going on. They even spied on my campaign and remember this with all of the work that they did on Mueller, no collusion. That's what the answer was was all no collusion. Whether it's the Mar-a-Lago raid or the unselect committee hoax, the perfect Georgia phone caller was absolutely perfect. Or the stormy horse face Daniels, extortion plot, they're all sick and it's fake news. Our enemies are desperate to stop us because they know that we are the only ones who can stop them and they know it very strongly and they're looking at the polls where not me, but we are up by so much. They can't even believe it. We won twice and now we've got to win a third time. They know that we can defeat them. They know that we will defeat them, but they're not coming after me. They're coming after you. I'm just standing in their way and I always will stand in their way. Thank you very much.
AP News Radio
Trump ally to appear before NYC grand jury eyeing charges
"As Donald Trump calls for protests over what he predicts will be his arrest in a New York investigation. The grand jury hearing the case expects yet another witness today. Bob Costello, a lawyer who worked with Michael Cohen and is now a Trump ally could make the case the former president should not face criminal charges over hush money payments to women including stormy Daniels during his 2016 campaign. That's according to someone who insisted on anonymity over the weekend Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg sent an email to staffers ensuring their safety saying his office would not be intimidated but not referencing Trump. That came after the former president told supporters he'd be arrested Tuesday and they should protest, in response law enforcement has been gearing up. Julie Walker, New York.
"daniels" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Andrew Torres, and this is opening arguments, episode 7 zero 8. Hey, Liz, how are you doing today? I'm good. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. And I am really, really, really, really excited about today's episode. Well, I mean, yeah, we'll get to it. Okay, well, I'm glad you're excited. And for our listeners, the stormy Daniels hush money payment is back, so you can get excited too. Yeah. Although, you know, yeah. Maybe. We'll get there, but yeah, I should have known that probably our biggest episode ever was not going to just ride off into the sunset. We were going to have to go revisit store me and that's what we're doing. Yeah, and not to give away the ending, but Andrew, you and I have talked about this a lot. And neither one of us is super excited for another go round here. I mean, I personally am happy because Trump's new lawyer Joseph taka pina is shaping up nicely to be recurring character in my columns. But from a legal perspective from where I'm sitting this case looks kind of weak. Yeah, no, I share that with you, right? I have said my goal is for Donald Trump to wear the orange jumpsuit or the khakis or whatever it is, right? And to serve one day or more, more would be better. But at least to serve one day in prison, right? To be convicted of a serious crime and the corollary to that is also not to hand maga nation an actual victory by bringing terrible charges that are stretched to which Trump might be able to distract and make a defense and then be able to spin for his sycophants, hey, look, like I won, they came after me and I want. And so when I look at the universe that's out there and I think you view this the same way, right? We have, what should be a fairly imminent indictment coming down out of the Fulton county grand jury in Georgia. We also have what seems like two rather robust lines of analysis and investigation from special prosecutor Jack Smith. You know, with respect to both the documents case and, you know, the whole coup thing that Trump did. And so, you know, I look at all of that and Alvin Bragg bringing the stormy Daniels case 6 years later, seems, yeah, let's good. Yeah, especially, I mean, if you guys remember, Paul Manafort was charged in New York State and those charges also fell apart. So I mean, like you were saying, you don't want to hand magination of victory. You know, more so even with this case. But okay, let's get into it. Just to refresh ourselves on the details. In 2006, porn star stormy Daniels had a one time encounter with Donald Trump at a golf tournament in Nevada. 9 years later, he decided to run for president. But he had a little problem because it turned out that Daniels wasn't the only lady he'd been bumping bits with. Luckily, his pal David pecker, yes, that is his name for real. Luckily, David pecker published the national inquirer, so he and his editor Dylan Howard set about buying up the exclusive rights to stories that might harm Trump. And making sure that those stories would never see the light of day. So pecker worked with the Trump campaign and with Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen on at least two other deals. But when it came to the stormy Daniels story, pecker got cold feet, which sounds sturdy, but but isn't. He was actually just worried that he was going to look like an illegal contribution to benefit Trump's campaign. So which it was, right. So instead, Michael Cohen kind of in desperation, tapped his home equity line and paid Daniels a $130,000 in October of 2016 just a few weeks before the election. Yeah. By the way, not a service lawyer's provide to their clients, just to that one. Yeah, no. So after Cohen found himself at the center of the Mueller investigation, it emerged that he'd been reimbursed by the Trump organization in a series of $35,000 monthly checks, which were denominated as retainers and were grossed up to cover his tax liability plus to reimburse him for an online poll. He tried to rig for Trump and I will not take you down this rabbit trail, but I remember this story. And it involved Liberty University and a boxing glove. So I'll take you there some other time. All right. I also got a service lawyers provide to their clients. So yeah, keep right, correct. So Rudy Giuliani went on Sean Hannity's show, Rudy Giuliani is also the oil spill. And I had a little bit of trouble digging up the audio of this when he confirmed this whole payment scheme. So maybe you and I will just reenact it here. Oh my God. Do you like it? I can not wait because yeah, this was just one of those wait is Rudy a sleeper cell agent? Anyway, yeah. Absolutely. Let's reenact. Okay, I'm gonna be Hannity and you can be Rudy. You ready? Yeah, I'm very excited, but I'm trying in my head to get like decomposing crypt keeper down as an accent and try and try and sound like your dentures are a little loose. Oh, that was mean. Okay. Maybe we should cut that. Anyway, all right, let me start. I'll be Sean Hannity. So my question is, are you concerned in the process of this? We did discover that a foreign national Christopher Steele was paid through fusion GPS used Russian sources that not only weren't verified were debunked. Are you concerned that that was paid for to manipulate the American people in the lead up to an election? Isn't that closer to the Mueller mandate than Michael Cohen? I mean, having something to do with paying some stormy Daniels woman a $130,000. I mean, which is going to turn out to be perfectly legal. That money was not campaign money. Sorry. Sorry, I'm giving you a fact now that you don't know. It's not campaign money. No campaign
The Paul Finebaum Show
"daniels" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Show podcast. We are back and great to have you here after the conversation with Jaden. Let's take some more phone calls and Seth. Is up next. Hey, Seth. Hello? Yes, sir. Hey, Paul. Go right ahead. I was curious what you thought about, I'm curious if the SEC nation was coming this year. You know, Seth, the schedule is very much weak to weak and there are many issues that concern where we go and how often we have to go somewhere, but I would think the Georgia game looks very likely. Yeah, I was thinking that too. I'm curious, the main question I had was, do you think we'll be consistent? Again, like for the rest of the schedule. Because we've kind of dropped off in the past. After the ultimately, that's been the issue. And the Tennessee game has been one of Mark Steve's Achilles heel and he's led a couple of other games get by. But I was really impressed with what I saw the other day against Florida. So I'm pretty optimistic. Thanks for the call. Barry is up next. Hey, Barry. Hey, Paul, first time caller. Kentucky alumni living here in Texas. My question is, looking at all the coaches polls across the country, Kentucky's probably 8 or 9th and all the polls that I'm looking at except for the ESPN poll were not to be found. I was just curious to see what your thoughts are on that, then also to coming up with the old myths, Kentucky game, why do you think that we wouldn't get the prime spot television for that game also? Yeah, has that game been selected yet? Yeah, we got the early billing, which is kind of surprising to me. I think old myths will be undefeated as well as Kentucky and they've got us kicking off at 11 o'clock. And then the prime game. Let me say this about, I do not know, I mean, obviously ESPN has a couple of selections to make, whether they go, the early game is not and I know that there used to be this perception back in the day. Remember the old JP game, you didn't want to be the 11 o'clock game. It was like, you know, you were no good, so they stuck you there. That's not really the philosophy anymore. And Fox puts its best game at noon eastern every week. The ESPN game and noon is usually a really good one. I'm not showing for the company because I really got enough shields sitting around right now. But there's a reason for these decisions. And I can't explain it. I believe that it was at the auburn game that was put in prime time. Sometimes it's a matter of matching up what else is on. There may be a dominant game that they want to move, and I guess somebody would somebody some people would tell you that maybe the feeling is that all misconduct wouldn't resonate as well. I have no earthly idea what television executives do. I challenge their decisions, day to day. So I certainly wouldn't want to get involved in the big money decisions that they make every weekend. Let's talk to Cooper next, a hello Cooper. How are you first time here? I was wondering, realistically
The Paul Finebaum Show
"daniels" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I mean, you need a translator? No, I don't. Before, but I have to ask, what did you say again? A couple times. Let's talk about Kurt Kelly because I know he played a role in he's not exactly a southern, either being from a Massachusetts and spending most of his life in the Midwest. Did you know much of obviously knew much about you knew a little bit about him being the head coach at Notre-Dame, but what was your encounter like with him at first and what ultimately sold you on coming down there to play for him? No, just the process and the standard and, you know, go out there and challenging, you know, he's the opposite of my head coach. He does a great job we've been another day and he's a witness coach and other than history. So I mean the proof is in the pudding, you know, go out there and he just go out there and challenge me every day to be better because you know he wants me to see he wants to see too. So I mean, all right, counter was, you know, you can go out there and push me every day he's gonna hold me to standards, teach me new habits and help me become a better player. Jaden, those of us who grew up in the south and went to SEC schools and understand it, we don't take it for granted, but obviously we think a lot of the SEC. Before you got to the SEC, what was your perception of it? And has it changed now that you're starting quarterback at one of the top schools in the SEC? My perspective as you see, obviously, is one of the top conferences. The conference in college football, you know, when I got here, I still had to change, but really just the competition, how serious that the people in the south and the fans take me take full buyer, you know, you'll see that in the West Coast, you know, you got somebody other things to be looking forward to, but here, you know, every weekend and they're looking forward to the LSU football. Everywhere you go, you'll be noticed. They know all the players from head to toe. I mean, that's probably the biggest thing for me to come out here just a fan base of how serious they take football. And finally, it's so interesting because in the SEC, we've seen a lot of players come, especially quarterbacks come from Southern California. We saw it last year with Daniel's going to Georgia, transferring from USC, Matt corral, was at on this and of course Bryce young. I'm sure you've run into a lot of these guys over the years. What do you think it is? That has, you as well, who have sent the southern cow players to the SEC. It was just the competition, you know, Ryzen as a competition level that we want to be a part of, I know all those guys, you know, we've been knowing each other since we were young. So I could see why they came out here. I actually talked to Bryce, CJ, like, you don't get this type of field, but when we're back home, you know, you're going to have people that's pushing you out here, always keep you on your toes. The best version of yourself. Well, you'll get to see Bryce later in the season as well as everyone else. Jane, thank you for making time, you're off to a really good start. Congratulations on the Mississippi, but as I'm sure your coach has told you, that was last week. Onward. So come back soon. We really appreciate you making time for us. Thank you for having me. We're delighted. Jane Daniels joining us from LA show. And we will take a short break. We're back right after this.
"daniels" Discussed on Short Wave
"As opposed to like, oh, we know exactly how to do this. A hypothesis is what inspires us to make a movie, not a moral of the story or clear cut story that we're totally confident in. I think you're definitely Tapping into something that even maybe we weren't aware of until recently. But I want to talk one little bit about this idea of the scientific method and when we learned it in school and how in 6th grade we were supposed to choose a science project. Okay. To basically do the scientific method, test out your hypothesis and see what the conclusion is. And being the person who is very afraid of failure and wanting to check the box again a plus, I was like, okay, I'm going to do an experiment on plants and the effect that's different colored lights happen. So I had the control group of white light and then blue light, red light, green light, whatever, all these different plants. Just to see how it affected the growth. Yeah. But then my friend, I remember my friend came up with an experiment that I was like terrified for him. I was like, but you're going to get a bad grade. And his experiment was basically, it's a classic philosophical conundrum, which is, is the color green that I see and perceive the same color green that you see in pursuit. But like what a fun, bold question. Exactly. But he had a bad grade, even though he was searching for something that was actually meaningful to him. And less than are we teaching our kids when things like that are possible. And so now, as an adult, I feel like I'm toning for my sins or atoning for the fact that I wasn't brave enough to actually chase after things I don't know how to do. Because that process is how I think on the individual level, I grow. You mentioned earlier, Daniel Kwan just how Evelyn as a character, one of the possibilities for her as she has undiagnosed ADHD and she was imagined kind of that way. Can you tell us just more about that facet of her and how you put it into the filmmaking and representing that authentically? Yeah. For this movie, we were trying to, yeah, tell a story about someone who basically dissociates all the time. It's constantly in another world in their mind, which is, you know, honestly just came from my own experience. My wife is constantly being like, hey, hey, hello. Hello. I asked you a question, and then finally. Dan, what are you thinking about and what do you say to her? What do you say? I always say, which is the truth. Whenever she asks, why are you thinking about everything, mostly because I don't want to go through the process of talking her through all the things that went through my brain to get to the thought that I was chewing on. And so I was like, okay, this is a great start for the character. And in some ways, also it's inspired by my mother who was like that growing up as well. And so we were like, I guess we should do some research and make sure we kind of explore this in a very empathetic and accurate way. And then, you know, I started reading about it online. I started taking some ADHD tests. I started realizing that through tears as tears were falling down my face. I was like, oh no, maybe this is, this is who I am. Maybe this is why I had such a hard time in school and it still have such a hard time in my day to today life. And then it just became obvious that even without trying to put an ADHD, this movie was going to be infused with it from the very beginning. The DNA of it was all going to be there. And there's even the line at the end when she says, I prayed that my daughter would not end up like me. But unfortunately, she ended up like a mess, just like, you know, just like me. Which is something my mom used to say to me as a kid. You know, I remember just sitting in her office and just papers, stacks of receipts everywhere, and she would say like, Daniel, don't be like me. Don't become like me because it's really hard to exist as an adult like this. My partner has ADHD and we were watching it together, and you can just imagine the two of us, like, I'm Asian American, was very depressed as a teenage girl. Jobu is like, my girl, I'm like, just destroyed. And then Duncan's over here destroyed over a totally connected but ultimately separate set of experiences. And. But you don't name any of it. Like you said, you didn't name it. And I'm wondering why. Why is that a value? I was just thinking about this the other day that. Maybe Dan has a good answer for why, but I'm so glad we didn't because so many people connect with it on their own terms and in their own way. It felt like a private thing between me and joy. Like I'm like this person is struggling with depression and I know that. And I feel like if we named too much of it, then we might have skewed the movie a little more towards you or your partner, one journalist wrote an essay about feeling seen as a menopausal woman. Wow. And we were like, hell yeah, I'm glad. I'm glad we didn't name everything because then she might have watched it and been like, oh, never mind. It's not about me, you know? Yeah. The last thing I want to ask you is, in this moment in the film, when Evelyn and joy are in The Rock verse, where they're both rocks, there's no speaking just words on the screen and wind sounds, which I thought was really funny for some reason. And one rock says every new discovery is just a reminder that we're all small and stupid. So, Daniels, I have a question for you. In the process of making this film, what have you discovered that's made you feel small and stupid? You know, my movie is a hit, so I feel huge and smart that I don't relate to my movie anymore. It's a classic shiner answer. No. That deserves some recognition though. Huge hit. No. I mean, it's a danger. It's very weird. Every time we try to put the science into the movie, it was very humbling. Because it's hard to get right and complicated and inspiring. Yeah. This is a hard answer for me because I don't need science to feel small and stupid. You know, in fact, me and my therapist spend most of our time working on how do I feel, you know, okay with myself. And I think that's a very personal journey for me. But how can I reflect back to humanity that we were okay that we are awesome that we are because my predisposition is to say we suck. We're miserable or selfish. We're self terminating. And so it's now fun answer to your question, but it's like everything, everything is always pushing us away from the center. And I feel like storytellers like us are just trying to reclaim ourselves in that story somehow. Thank you for making this movie and running that experiment. I think it's changing a lot of lives in very, very, very subtle ways. And maybe some pretty obvious ways. But I'm so glad that we could talk to you. Oh my gosh. Thank you, honor to be here.
Elevation Church Podcast
"daniels" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"And so God, God uses, it's just supernaturally like a range of circumstances to get David in the palace and actually gets in the palace by working for Saul as a musician and saw loves David so much. He moves him from musician to what's called an armor bearer, a person who would literally bear and carry and take care of the king's armor. And David would work for Saul and then go back home and tend to his father's sheep. So no matter what happened outside his father's house, he was still faithful to the father's house, God blessed him outside the father's house, but he was still faithful to the father's house because he recognized I got found in the father's house. And so he goes back to the father's house and one day he's getting ready to go to work and his dad tells him, take this food to your brothers who are in the military when you go back to work. So David is taking this brother's food and while he's taking his brother's food before he gets ready to go to work, he hears this noise, this talking. He said, what is that? And is this philistine giant named Goliath? Who's just insulting Israel? And Davis, dropping off the ham sandwiches, he say. David, start looking around. He said, uh, y'all don't hear that? Nobody has a problem with that? Why are we just letting him talk to us like that? This is what I call unique agitation. That God not only gives us anointings, he gives us customized agitations. That you and I can walk in the same room and you can see something and it bothers you and then not bother me. Because the problems that bother you the most are the problems that you're being created to solve..
Elevation Church Podcast
"daniels" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"He was not used to them. I can not go in these. He said the song. Because I'm not used to them. So he took them off, then he took his staff in his hand, chose 5 smooth stones from the stream. Put them in the pouch of his shepherd's bag. And with his sling in his hand, he approached the philistine. I want to read verse 40 if I can. One more time. Verse 39 names with saying, so he took them off. Then he took his staff. And his hand chose 5 smooth stones from the stream, put them in the pouch of his shepherd's bag with his slain in his hand and approach to the philistine. I think I'm gonna read that one more time. Verse 39 says, so he took off, Saul's armor. And then verse 40 said, not only did he take off Saul's armor, but then he took his staff. In his hand, he chose 5 smooth stones from the stream, put them in the pouch of his shepherd's bag. With his sling in his hand and approached the philistine. I want to stop reading right there and I want to tag a title to this text. I want to talk from this subject in our time together today. This doesn't fit. This doesn't fit. If you're excited about God's word,.
"daniels" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"You know, you always see that like, is that a threat and then the person will always be like, oh no, it's not a threat. It's just a, you know, does that all have any legal impact in this trial, like whether that question and his answer to it? So in my view, the effect that it has is in evaluating the witness testimony. So when you're trying to figure out who's telling the truth about which part here, you know, when somebody, when somebody has behaved when someone's communications are perfectly consistent with somebody who, you know, yeah, feels like they're being shaken down. It's harder to come back and say, oh, no, no. Like, you know, I'm going to credit this additional the opposing view. You're like, well, it sure didn't seem that way at the time, you know. So that's how I would evaluate that. Gotcha. So sadly, the news gods conspired to dump a bunch of great stories on us this week. We will have to wait until after this record to know the breakdown between avenatti across examining stormy Daniels. But I thought that that background would help. I'm not sure that it was even the stormy Daniels part that was the motivator here because I will tell you the witness he did get to cross examine in this trial was Judy Rick near. And that was the moment that he fired his public defenders. And said, no, I want to represent myself, was not as the prosecutors were about to call stormy Daniels. It was one witness before. It was when they were about to call Judy. So I think probably also wants a shot at Stormi, but I think it was, hey, I was able to run circles around Judy last time I bet I can do it again. Interesting. But are you saying we will get transcripts of this? No, we will get because it's federal court. Well, it seems like you had something from before. Oh yeah, no, what I have is people there watching the trial. I thought you had said, okay, my mistake. So we won't probably get transcripts, but we will get some reporting. We will get reporting. There will be a federal transcript that's going to take forever to get to get ordered. And what I was saying is there is no unlike many state courts. This is not televised. So right, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Well, couldn't happen to a nicer guy. I hope he loses his all 7 of the cases against him. And thank you. And now it's time.
The Breakdown Poker Podcast
"daniels" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast
"When there's a player like daniels who may not be an elite pro. But we'll put you in tough spots whenever he has the opportunity. Yeah maybe it's better to keep the small the pot smaller pre flop in unless you have a true truly like quite good hand in this spot where you're going to be out of position and basically have no fold equity against him the problem of course if you're not raising enough then he's going to be able to the pickup your frequencies a little bit there right and then it'll be easier for them to actually make fall and you do have good hands construct a three bedding range pretty pretty simply to counteract that. Yeah you can. But a lot of times he may be checking back to and if you want to get more money in the pot. You may be forced to raise. Sometimes if you're going to do it you have to have a fit. You can't only have good hands. Yeah i mean you can have some. I think i'd better than this guy though. King king nine which is obviously better than conducive to your point. Yeah that's fair. I mean it's a standard thing to do. I'm just wondering if daniels is a guy that you should limp against with the hand like this. Yeah i mean yeah. I assume we're not getting a whole lot of folds but we're just the problem of course having the deuce means like we can't get in the best spots where like king ten get a qinghai board. We can really hurt him. Yeah and we can't do that now with we can't hurt him on qinghai board nearly as badly with this now but there's the pure value this and also the student nature of it. I think makes it a perfectly fine race. I mean i agree. I just want to explore a little bit sure. Daniels has fifty thousand as the effective stack in the big blind. And he's got jack of diamonds ten of hearts. This is a pretty clear call for everybody. Not just jack daniels. Yup feels like the call of the call like three being would be because you decided to three bed for no reason have three and really longtime you have barely a blocker but sort of ish. And you're like yeah. I want to just push back a little bit. And if he calls. At least i've got someone to work with. Yeah and of course. There's no folding with his hand off all right. He calls pots three point. Two thousand three thousand two hundred flop is ace of hearts king of diamonds six of clubs so sylvia flops the worst middle pair and daniels. Flops got shot to broadway. Yuck all right from. Forget about jake daniels for can't put yourself when jesse sylvia's spot online.
"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"So tell me about the local music. I've noticed social media. They have a ton of gigs booked. Yeah we've got quite a few gigs booked Mostly as patrick daniels. That's definitely the more popular show amongst most of the venues out here at this point in time you know as Things are opening up with you. Know pandemic restrictions loosening. But it's you know it's been rough on restaurants in and bar owners and stuff so full bands aren't really quite We wanna be yet but we are playing a few tunes as are banned. The brothers groove. So we're pretty. Excited can have the best of both worlds right now for sure. Saas something up. It's definitely nice that my family can come up and see some showers now saying they've been all stuck in new brunswick this whole time okay. You're all new brunswick. Yeah yeah. I was originally born in moncton and then around the saint john area. I'd say where i'm really from but nobody knows where it is new. I where it is. I lived to summer in hampton digit. I asked died did ya. Yeah i loved it. you go to the l. l. c. b. l. Right like toronto. So you go to trotta. And they have like a a tray with look glasses right. I i i went to the have the lady or go to the The chill and she goes. Would you like to taste. Today's why i love to chat upon the white under decent a cooler under the cash as ford to why i was like i was so in love. I was so so laid back an amazing finance. No yeah i spent. I spent a summer there. Let's scrape thank you for Talking about the likud music scene. I'm sure you're excited about the gigs that you're gonna be playing. You definitely are one of the best busier bands out there that i'm following but yeah no as as a duo. We've got lots of gigs. We've got wearing your myth wherein cape breton where going to new brunswick sada now. We're hoping to get on -tario and then hoping to get out alberta and then back to the caribbean next year to see my My bahamian brethren. This beautiful part of being the artist say so travel. I actually like that part. I can be pretty cool places. I think that. I got the opportunity a few years ago to go play nasa and it's probably one of my favorite places i've gotten to play in. I can't wait to go. I hope you do go so have a i. I saw river was probably more so of post. I read of yours That you have a project coming up with mike howard of the bare naked ladies fame. Can you talk a bit about that. I can talk a little bit about it. I gotta be a little bit vague here just the the way that this is kind of working and some things that need to still a up but We are planning to be working with grammy winning producer. Mark howard in november. We're pretty excited about that. a had a good chat with his liaison. Don coleman and made the link. We decided that we wanted to to do something. Cool and we're gonna do an acoustic lp. For patrick and daniel is kind of the plan. So we're writing new music now and working on it together and we're gonna. We're gonna blast the patrick and daniels name us. I look forward to hearing it. We got some cool suss coming out. I a hearing what you have now. I anticipate you have very cool stuff coming out. I love you have me on at this time get. that's funny. yeah okay. So where's the best place to find the. You can find us on all social media's at jesse patrick music Patrick daniels or tyler daniels music. We keep our social media's pretty up-to-date my show schedule is pinned my facebook so if you hit jesse patrick music on facebook. Our show schedule is all set up. My website will been running soon. But until then we're running through our social media's and we'll also a instagram page for patrick daniels soon so do they make it awesome awesome. Well thank you so much Jesse and tie there for coming onto the show a given this update but you music and i hope nothing but great things for you guys. You're great no thank you. So much and Hopefully we see you ontario soon. Once we book some shows that way. Yeah thanks ravenous on one hundred percent. Yeah thank you thank you for tuning into the buzzer podcast and thank you to the artists on today's show. The show wouldn't happen without your episodes run. Mondays and tuesdays at ten pm. Eastern standard time follows drunk wants to graham at the buzzword media and on twitter at the buzzer indie subscribe fees at the buzzer park dot com. The buzz row media has sponsored. This podcast music is survived by kevin. Strata pyramids on mars air. Indeed for my pat yourself over there where have a good one seeing next episode cheer..
"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Soul new five. It's a great. It's a great album cover. Great title yeah. So let's talk about the song distraction that was released this year. The who's who's on jesse on a bit about that before responding. yeah absolutely. I wrote that tune. When i was in a band out west alberta called new jack break With one of my best friends in the world you know my brother from another mother anthony manual. We did a little bit of session in writing together. We had a really cool band. We played a lot as a duo act to. It seems to be a a format that. I ended up back to you somehow. Every time we met at a place there called community which was just a little cool teashop and he's like. Hey man i wrote this really cool hook and then y'all we took it home and started messing with some chords. And then i kinda wrote the rest of the attune around it and you know. He's got his story on where his inspiration comes from. That's the cool thing about collaborations. Is you know you're you're sharing a melody but you had very different perspectives. And yes so for me. A lot of that tune is about. When i was playing a show in kenmore at a place called the tavern than this girl was dancing in front of us. And we're paying more attention to her than was music. And i kind of got lost in then completely stop playing while my band was still going until they finally realized that i wasn't playing anymore and we all just kind of like took a stop to get my contact and come back into the tune so mum when anthony road you know you can distract me any day. That's kind of where mind mind went to after that. So you can say. The tune is loosely based around that but own cool little story that where he used to run a a l shopped of sorts in in halifax where they they had some fun. He's like a life coach and stuff so they do a lot more like holistic kind of stuff and he's got some really great webinar videos and stuff like that on on personal life coaching and development. So that's pretty cool. He's got his own stories. Revolving around that with distractions. So that's amazing shuttered. Anthony listening we love you buddy and we loved the song now. We're going to spend distraction featuring.
"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Yeah i love the track. We're going to hear it now. Fire barrel blues About a man had the money cazin mansion the most beautiful girl. He was a pool to see where stories. I hear the blind the by.
"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Oh see really didn't get my question did you. I'm i wouldn't say so like when it comes to like if you're talking psychedelic rock like the doors. Pink floyd yeah not as much. I definitely alike respect and appreciate ambient guitar but me. I kind of use that in a bit of a different way. I'll be on the i. I'm not a big pink floyd fan. Which because it's everything that i should like but i don't know it just. It gets a little long dragged out for me are on mushrooms to sleep to definitely i. I i agree is great muzak but i never got on with the with that. Yeah but more like that. Seventies like funke delic era. Like i'm really into like sheikh leg now now. Rogers is probably one of the coolest musicians in the industry in terms of his production but also his style entire play. Just say so. Cool so chris so clean everything with a really funky guitar pattern. You can pretty much bet that. Not rogers had his fingers in it. So he's definitely a big influence that way in terms of like how i want structure cords and sounds and us so we're going to spend the first track fire beira. Blues can tell us a bit about song. You've talked about your creative process so to speak in the studio. Can you tell us about the backstory for the song. I well i did tell you how. We came to producing. It wasn't really some as written. But it's funny when you think back on things because sometimes you write something. And it doesn't really correlate right away as to what it was about necessarily but then when you're recording it the story becomes a little more clear. I used to get a lot of trouble at one point in time and with that being said you know i. I've made some mistakes and in doing that. I've also hit some personal mantle lows where you get into these rock bottom hating yourself moments and this tuned specifically kinda came to be in having one of those nights and i got wasted in went out looking for trouble in pretty roth Necks of town. And i ended up at a burn barrel with a bunch of strangers. And we kinda talked about her life problems than in there and kind of felt good about it. After an i made some pretty heavy life decisions within a couple of days of that to leave nova scotia in kinda get out on my own and get away from everything just to clear my head in and reopened. That's really what about fire. Zero blues about is You can you can sit there and sing. your shoulda woulda could but if you're not going to do something to change it then you know you can't be upset with the outcome.
"daniels" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"Jack benny thing of your money or your life and not just have a guy stand there and tell the setup and the punchline in the same line right if you're gonna go with character comedy you've gotta learn who the characters are right and the audience has to figure it out and That takes some time so they always tend to start slow. Don't start with a bang. Usually so i wasn't thrown or worried when it started slum right but there is a difference between season one and season two well so that was my next question so i you felt like to my understanding. All of the writers disagreed with you. But after the forty year old virgin and seeing steve and seeing him in a new way and when what his sensibility was that you needed to change michael that was part of it for sure. But like you know how i said. The the goal with the pilot was co even produced. Something that looked like the office. Right it was a production type of deal so them going into season one. It was like okay. Can we write the office. Can we write stories that are like this and are just as good but not use the british scripts or anything like that. And then i think we achieve that but then we didn't have very good ratings right and kevin was really a fan of the show and the middle management at nbc. We're fans of the show to which was really funny. Because i went to like whatever up fronts the things where they were presented and all the middle management would come and tell me how much they loved it and they would point to the senior management is being michael. Scottie like you could say you could tell like they were feeling oppressed by people not kevin but other people in the in the structure bay way. It was really hard to get picked up and kevin said okay. Greg you have to come in and pitch me how you're gonna change it because it has to change..
The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"It's me that's right. You're trustee host brian. Baumgartner and you are listening to the office deep dive. Thank you for joining me once again today. I am very pleased to bring you part. Two of three of my conversation with greg daniels. Now think of this as the second act of a three act play if greg's interview were the lord of the rings and it was almost as long as that trilogy then. This would be the two towers which my producer has instructed me to say is definitively the best one anyhow by now. Many of you know that greg was the creator and show runner of the office and what that means is in addition to doing a bunch of other things. The show runner is basically the head of the writer's room. Which is why i wanted to save this part of greg's interview until now as the official start of our many deep dive on the writing of the office. I'm very excited to kick this series off with gregg talking about all of his theories on comedy writing insights into the writer's room itself and how they came up with so many great storylines also towards the end of this episode. We have a special cameo appearance. By ben silverman our executive producer and the guy who initially hired greg to run the show. It was so fun to have them together in the studio a little hectic but fun and it's always fun and educational to listen to greg so without further ado. Let's dive in with greg daniels. Things bubbling squeak. Squeak bubble and squeak. Cookie ever left over from the night before so mike talked about talked about a writing staff and assembling a writing staff And you described it as being like x. men right you didn't want writers who would could all right the same. Yeah i think called it as as a baseball team. Okay okay not that. I'm you know so much more jockey or anything but the the idea that you can't get all pitchers you know somebody. Somebody has to be really good with story. Somebody has to be really good with jokes and You know. I always feel like the story. People should be in charge and they talk about shows. Jumping the shark in lat time zone. I think why they jumped. The shark is because the original writing staff has the more senior people being really good at character and story and the younger people being good jokes and then three years in the senior people have laughed. Do their own shows people now. The senior people and solid gets really joking. But yeah so. I mean that i that i staff the first person i hired for anything on the whole show was bj and And you hired him to do both immediate yes. He was a writer performer higher. Yup and Mindy also and i saw her.
Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"daniels" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Daniels walks up the screen. I'm trying to do like a like. Sam elliott or the deal. We're talking about the dude here. Our talking about the kris k. daniels He's strom soon. Hey everybody it's owen wilson. Chris coup very nice. He has his dog names morally Thing as pretty good. Yeah once you get the hair this long. It just starts to just comes. Yeah and once you get enough bar fights and get your nose broken enough times. You just start talk like this. Have you had your nose broken. How many times minds been broken three times. Oh no no no. I'm a winner. I get my nose broken. Damn straight sock it to him. Another tattoo for that burn. But then burning man. I got really excited tattoo. You lose. I will connective tissue for me. An old sammy here. I had one of the most embarrassing injuries in vermont. At an amusement park i was about four or five years old roller coaster with my ma. Maybe perhaps and i really had to pee. So what did i do. Wait until the rollercoaster was done. Nope jumped off the rollercoaster face first into the concrete and i soften the blow with my chin so across and i don't i think i knocked off a part of it because when i shave my chin. It's it's a little lower here than it is here. That was on vermont. I gotta tell you on the back of my chin to to show it to very nice. It's not even facial hair that he has on his face. That's a really crazy scar. Let's texture yeah minor tattoo scar so unfortunately kris k. Daniels saw the room. That is a really big auditorium and it was only sam. Elliott and owen wilson. So he went home. Yes no quote. That's a lie. He's just joshing around over here. Because i do have quote i prepared. Allow me to read it for the prepared. I went off the cuff minute. But no i'm not a good shot but i shoot often teddy roosevelt. Oh my god. I am so sorry for what you're going to have to deal with with my with my video. I'm so sorry. this is the digital bird. Baird kris k. Daniels it's much more than digital my friend. It's an emotional burden of physical burden a digital bird and sometimes yeah. There's there's other like sub subsets one of the most rare and exotic burdens. I've ever seen. I really hope i stopped it and didn't just snoozing because we're going to be in for a rough ride. If i did that. I i so much apologize for that. You're going to have to deal with that. I so much. don't forgive you know. I'm kidding i forgive you. That was great. I appreciate you being mindful. Not mindful enough to actually turn off the alarm with is back on the table for pilots to ask for forgiveness than permission type of thing. That's my quote. I changed my quotable cosby. I'm feeling half stemmed. And i feel like sam can get us all the way there with his quote mines. More sad honestly. Oh god now you're kind of a sad guy. It's a quote from a movie lovers on the bridge. It's we actually had to watch it in film school. But i really like so an try not to hate yourself so much and i like that. I like that. Also teddy roosevelt also..