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"eric people" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Everybody, welcome to the her upset unplug. podcasts live again on twitter as always. You're here with making our in Air Barzilai, and then we're joined by the Washington mystics associate head coach Eric People Hey Eric. Thanks for joining us. Guys thanks for having me Nice to see I think last time was draft night. That's. A little darker than the now and I. Guess You were. Well probably the less glamorous. I don't know wh. You taste more or less glamorous where you are now versus the draft night. Yeah. Similar I guess what we got a whole campus out here that we haven't really been able to explore too much yet, so that'll change things near a couple of days. and. That's one question. I wanted to ask. You is just sort of like how even spending your time last couple of days? My understanding is the year quarantining Currently there's a period four days of. Does that end tomorrow? So basically, everybody got homeless. Wednesday Monday we. We got in Yeah, it's pretty much been self isolation. There's a kind of a variety of living situations I'm I'm in the hotel. Kind of as you can see behind me a pretty pretty. Standard Hotel Room feels a lot like a road trip to. Dallas or Phoenix or Indiana somewhere right now, just like a normal road trip But Yes, we've been self isolated tomorrow. It's a little bit different we can add plan is start individual workouts, but we'll just basically do one day of those with a lot of the same corn fiend policies outside of those workouts, and then Friday is kind of the start of a team training camp, which will be more like know typical team practices. How many minutes have you been outside of your room today? Do you think? Wisconsin is I got up a little early and went outside just. Ran around the campus base kind of been doing their stuff so low, so did that than I than. Before this call had the pleasure of the nose and throat swab. My daily. My daily tests so I've been out been out twice I. Don't know an hour and change I guess okay, so that was my. We'll talk about the nose and throats to other in a second, but that was quite. You're not stuck in your room the way I've heard that some people in the NBA bubble are for instance. You can get out on the campus as long as you're isolating. Isolating, really yeah, they're trying to keep a pretty limited right now. you know they even even the players that are you know I think in the villa's and stuff like that? They really wanted to isolate wear. Masks will make the around each other just until we get past this initial window where we all dig it off off, planes in sometimes symptoms don't show up in the first few days. House the travel part on Monday was the flights crowded urgent feel pretty Yeah, fill moves pretty crowded you definitely. The precautions were all there were all wearing masks and everything but. It's a lot of people crammed in a in a metal tube so I will say the League did a great job once we landed. They KINDA had bag takes for everybody. You tagged your bag there. Two buses people are spaced out on the buses on the on the trip down from Tampa. And then bags and stuff were delivered rooms. When we got here, so that was nice. They had pretty good breath when we got onto campus here and to hotel. Did you take an aisle or window seat in the plane and was anyone in the middle seat? I was it was to CIDER I was I'll with the finals MVP next to Mesa is good to catch up with with Emma a little bit. briefly have been DC before we left. Little easier for her to get on the plane in Washington the Beckham. Yeah very very much, so who was good to see her and and Leilani onboard with us. Wanted? So yeah, I mean like you said I think things are going well number one I. Think we saw that there's been no positive tests so far since everyone got down there. So that's good, but you mentioned that you had one earlier today. So is that kind of the daily thing nose and throat slobs every day or Every day I. don't know how long they're gonNA go every day I know for at least this first period for sure, and then it's going to be pretty regular I. Think all the way through. But I, you know there's been a lot of publicity about some of the issue going on, but I think Overall experience at this point, spend kind of what I expected So I don't know I, think the biggest thing long-term. This is going to judge by after we get through. Some initial issues is whether we can keep everybody healthy in have season That's like the big picture thing that maybe can get lost a little bit in this initial period that. It's going to be a success if we can keep everybody healthy. If not then it's GonNa be not a success. How many times have you been tested since? Let's say March right not so much just when you've been there, but like you know even in the past couple of months to. See Three since we've been here three last week and I had a couple more before that one was to get you back in our practice facility. When we opened up I had to be tested. Then it'd be tested for the ring ceremony. And then the three that every every team had to do last week so I. Guess I don't know seven or eight times total. The ring ceremony was definitely the. The one. We were most happy about doing. Make Sense. Guess after awhile poets start to feel normal. Today. Kind of crazy game. We changed it up like there was a lot of talk about we. We did the spit test last week at home, and then we went back to the nose throat here so. I don't know the nose and throats quicker, but not as much fun. I was talking to someone that had the nose and throat one done at CBS and they said they had minister it themselves and they're just like a nurse or someone. Get you or has that I've I have not been tested at all? I did one that I did. I think the first one I, did I self administered not here, but back in. DC This is pretty much the same test, but I think they're having. The medical staff do just so at standard across the board. Got It am I. Broke up there for a second. How fast are they giving you the results I mean. Is it like leader that mayors fifteen minutes, or what's kind of Wendy you find out about only when yesterday? By relative to when you? Test Ours is afternoon. We pretty much find out the next morning. Turnaround is pretty good turnaround Yup. Better than the mayor in Atlanta right I think I read something today, really eight days or something I know I know there's been some issues with different different leagues and stuff too so so far so good over here long may continue. Absolutely. You know that's one question that making that we're talking about. Have you talked to anyone in any of the other bubbles? Most notably, the N. W. S. l.. The lessons you can learn from the that SORTA like Italy back in March right when they simply two weeks ahead of the. Same Way relative to the NBA. I personally haven't I know Our medical staff Ashley. Lisa ponds is our trainer. And then there's a guy named Daniel Medina. Who oversees medical everything for monumental basketball? I know he was super in touch with what was going on overseas. I would say from the NWEA sell the one big glaring lesson we learned was when the Orlando Fried had through remove themselves from the tournament. That was kind of a reminder to everybody in our group. Of the importance kind of how interconnected we all are. And know what you do affects not.
"eric people" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"He signed onto being LAPD double agent. Basically that was that was the end of his freedoms now back to the altar and all that I did find a book called spiritualism or SPIRITISM BY G H S. Two books are you follow. ESTA Brooks Yeah I'm sorry to tell you that. ESTA Brooks in. My research is one of those guys even middle of mind control. He's like Sidney gottlieb kind of character. He's like the Louis Jolyon west of UCLA who did Mind Control Control Experiments. You know the CIA gave huge amounts of money. The Not only to you know what you would think be. You know typical prisons prisons but also to universities you know to journalists William F. Buckley was on the CIA payroll Eric. So you get a sense of how insidious their influence was back. Then the unabomber. If I recall was part of the experiments show me say. I've heard that as well home so so I guess you get A sense of Reagan and of course Nixon being president and their sense of militarism and paranoia toward what was considered to be a possible revolution. And I don't think we'll ever see it's like again in. US history for literally. Yeah yeah literally I was just GonNa say Eric People like Reagan and younger and Richard. Nixon believed there was going to be a military attempt at overthrowing the US government which I think is absurd. Well they were being. There was a a lot of people who are feeding that stuff too. It's like I couldn't help but think of parallels with Colin Westbrook and how he was sort of running you know donald freeze but then. There's some speculation about Krishna. VENTA being influence on Charles Manson and all of these guys had this running theme of well. Okay I'm it's hard to get my thoughts together but I found it very interesting that you were talking about the worries of I guess you say Black Revolution and they were emulating the situation with the SLA. But Charles Manson was emulating that situation or his family's emulating that situation as well in the opposite one of the things I talk about on the Etro tour a bus tour of Manson land God bless Richard and Kim because they have introduced me to people in the La Sheriff's department and the it once again it's the Black Panthers it turns out that there's an angle by which Manson's since followers especially the quote unquote girls were trading dynamite found in abandoned gold mines in California uh with Black Panthers And in exchange the girls brought back to Manson's group guns and one day the Black Panthers there's greeted Manson's girls with the dynamite and said thank you. Now get the hell Outta here or before we kill you. And that was the end the relationship so the L. L. A. P. D. and the La Sheriff's both could have arrested while they did arrest Charles Manson and his followers initially and then let them out and then the infamous murders happen they could have kept them in jail and basically my research reveals through. You know Richard in Kim helping me that the LAPD and and the sheriff's Department thought that there was going to be an a violent engagement between Charles Manson's followers and the Black Panthers and they left them out. They're hoping for that engagement. So that they could sweep up and arrest any black panthers so so there's a similarity in terms of the theme of we'll do anything to break up the Black Panthers enters Between revolutions and and of course the Manson murders and would it be fair speculation. I've always kind of felt that Charles Manson himself was nowhere near as dynamic or fantastic as as billing. Well if you're talking about as music music Eric I would tend to agree with you. I think it's pretty bland Charles Manson again. I like because I've I started writing in writing feeder when I write a non fiction book I want the protagonist no matter how negative to be three dimensional. Sure and and without apologizing Charles Manson. You've got to remember that. His mother was a prostitute never knew his father he was raped in jail and within the reformatories and he was not a normal guy before he got out of his teams. I agree so one thing he learned was how to manipulate violate young women to to tell them they were beautiful. He learned from Dale Carnegie. He actually worked for a while for scientology. What was wild he were you got cut off? Yeah he was he was a guy who worked for scientology in Hollywood. And we're and we're trying to recruit people and that didn't work out so well my good friend Paul Krassner who we lost. Not Too long ago had done a lot of really great articles about the SLA in about Manson found out that Manson was let go by scientologist because he was a a little creepy but he wanted the reason he studied. Eric is he wanted to learn how to manipulate the the women that would basically become his family and again without going. Too far down the rabbit hole. The Manson land tour talks about the fact that he watching completely in control of the family. Exactly why Tex Watson and Linda Kosabe Ian were running drug deals without his is knowing it Tex Watson introduced Charles Manson to Sharon Tate. We wasn't a random murder so if you take week if you take Quentin Tarantino's amusing movie and you take Tom O'Neill's chaos book which is twenty years of here. All all the people I met and I still don't know what happened. And you set all that aside and say this guy was a lunatic who manipulated people. And he was burning people on drug deals and the people in his family got out of control and and killed people without his authorization nation. You have a better understanding of what Manson was about. And if you look into then Bouli. OC who wrote helter skelter which sold a couple million copies sir. You understand that. He was accused of prosecutorial misconduct. Because he he was trying to use Susan Atkins as a star witness. And the man tonight said you testify against Charleen. You're in big trouble. So all of a sudden she was unreliable liable and Buluwayo say was stuck with Linda Ca Sabin and he said you know. Put your hair up in pigtails and look innocent. Well forget the fact that you were one of the biggest LSD dealers in Boston will forget the fact that you and Tex Watson were burning people in drug deals in Los Angeles Angeles and you will testify that Charles Manson ordered the murders. And if you do that we will give you immunity. And if you don't do that you you will never see the light of day again. This pretty common honestly it's unique to The Manson family. I mean they're always trying to flip somebody sure but in essence they're flipping. Linda Kosabe Ian to lie so so actually Bouli. OC is also Guilty of of Leaking stuff to the press which could have created a mistrial and Charles Manson could've walked and and part of all of this. I guess the best way to wrap this part up part of all this is that they had a legitimate fear the LA DA's office and that fear was if Charles Manson was ripping off people with drugs and Tex Watson and Bobby Beausoleil went crazy in drug burns and killed somebody in a panic. Charles Charles Manson is an accessory and in one thousand nine hundred seventy and accessory to murder could get eighteen months. Can you imagine what the world interest in the Manson murders. What would have happened if the La da even if they got convictions actions against the others? If Charles Manson only got eighteen months they had to lie and say that he ordered the murders nothing. He's a good guy and then it should have walked free but there was no way in hell and again it's ever younger. Are Powell who worked with Ronald Reagan and the SLA Soleil was ever younger. Who basically went to Buoy Osi? Who was two years in the? DA's office went around the DA. who was in charge? WHO said? Hey it's just a bunch of drug burns and and younger realized that Bouli Osi was saying not only. Could it turn our reputation if Manson gets accessory but it will make our reputation in our careers if we say. He's the Spin Golly who hypnotize people to murder rap thing. They're just a bunch of burnout to screwed up in drug burns. And that my friend is the inside nine-story of the Manson murders. Since truthfully nobody would really care if it wasn't for Sharon tate same way nobody really care about the SLA without Patty. Hearst this is this is very true which is a kind of a sad comment because when you when you think about you know what the LAPD in the CIA a were doing. It's terrible it. It's a horrible history and people should know more about this stuff but again people perceive it as radical politics and it doesn't sell and so forth and so on ask you about that a little bit because you you know admittedly elise year I guess Somewhere to the left of Bernie Sanders. We're looking at practical guy. I know that when Elizabeth Warren says I I want Medicare for all that she's making a huge tactical error the politician because to not recognize. That's how powerful the health industry and big Pharma is in. This country is to just be naive. Like they're the things that you and I want in World Eric and then there are things that are possible given the system. You can't boil the ocean now. That's not where I was going where I was going to sit. I I look at you know a lot of stuff. There happened there in. It's obviously from the laugh. Door would be perceived as left. But they're also have been some Bruce Miss Justices or you know real questions about things going to the right and you know a lot of people say that Waco way out of hand and there are there. Instances like that because Waco kind of generated forget the other one ruby rich sorry Ruby Ridge route in college by most as terror waivers and they were hard core right winging borderline Nazis. I I know of that but I'm kind end of wondering if this is not a government. That's anti laughed. Maybe it's just it's a government that's anti anti-government does that make sense it. It's kind of. I'm curious because I've been on Shows we're the host is far right but what they appreciate about. My research is that I'm saying look at what these agencies have done in the name of justice and the law so you it's kind of you all of a sudden there's a middle middle ground shirt now of course if I talked about you know forgiving college debt. They go get off my show. But you know there's this interesting middle ground on of of people who do not trust the government and of course you know if Congress is at sixteen percent and you know. Donald Trump's impeached reached obviously. There's a huge movement in this country. Rejecting trust in government. The question is how do you change the system to make it better. there's so many things that prevent that lobbying You know campaign finance reform. you know citizens united there. There are so many things that enabled this system that a lot of people say. Hey lobbying thing is a form of graft it's a it's a an industry paying someone in order to look at the bills that they wants. Shouldn't it on the floor of Congress. Well that doesn't sound very very democratic to me. But that's the way our country operates so wild well DI radical but then you say okay..
"eric people" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Needed I needed a few glasses of that while I was watching these impeachment hearings. Why didn't lieutenant? Colonel Kinmen expresses concerns to his boss. Vinnie was the director of European Affairs on the NFC. His boss is Tim Morrison on the messy. Why did he go to a lawyer? Why did he go around? The official process. Jim Jordan Republican congressman as usual males. Why didn't you go after the call? Why didn't you go to Miss Morrison? I went immediately per the per the instructions from the July tenth incident. I went immediately to Mr Eisenberg after that once. I made that expressed my concerns. This was an extremely busy week. We had a just finish. We had the call and then we had a deputies meeting which consumed all my time. I was is working extremely long. Days is that right lieutenant. Colonel Than Men. So the reason that you didn't go to your superiors and follow the chain of command here when you wanted to change US policies singlehandedly. The the reason that you went to a lawyer instead but you didn't have time to go to your boss is because you were really busy that week are you joking. This says like a freshman in college didn't finish his term paper on time making an excuse to his professor. You had time to go to the lawyer. You had time to gin up this whole conspiracy this whole impeachment hoax which we've heard is a hoax. Based on now what five major witnesses called forth by Adam shift. That's defy so you you. You had time to do that but you don't have time to go to your boss. Give me a break you. You had time to talk to somebody. And it wasn't even just the lawyer he also had Eh Tundras. NFL to talk to his boss the time to talk to the lawyer and he had time to talk to somebody else in the murky deep State Intelligence Community Jim Jordan pulls that atom so the lawyer not only didn't go to your boss. You said you try. You didn't go to your boss. You went straight to the lawyer and the lawyer told you not to go to your boss. He No. He didn't tell me until. Why didn't you go to your direct report? Mr Morrison your response. Was this page one too. Because Mr Eisenberg told me to take my concerns to him then I ask you didn't it. Did Mr Eisenberg tell you not to report to go round Mr Morrison and you said actually he did say that. I shouldn't talk to any other people that right. Yes but there's a whole there's a period of time in their between when I spoke to him and when he circled back around it wasn't that long period of time but it was enough time for me too enough time to talk to someone that you won't tell us who it is right I. I've been instructed not to represent Jordan. Here's what I'm getting. The lawyer told you. Don't talk to any other the people and you interpret that is not talking to your boss but you talk to your brother you talk to the lawyers. Talk to Secretary Kit and you talk to the one Guy Adam. Schiff won't tell you won't let us won't let you tell us who he is. That right representing Jordan. I did my job. What a little weasel this guy is? I love to say so Jim. Jordan says Lieutenant Colonel Vitamin the lawyer. Told you not to talk to your boss. Well no no no. He didn't tell me not to talk to my boss until he told me. Not Jerked Talk to my boss. Oh Okay and you didn't have time to talk to anybody right. Yeah that's right. I didn't have time to talk to anybody other than your brother. And other than the secretary and other than the whistle blower and other other than all the time to talk to them right and obviously this point of Inman has nothing to say so he just comes out and says Mr Jordan. I did my job no you. You didn't do your job. You did the opposite of your job. You know what Vin men refers to so much threat. This mindless testimony is how he did go to the bureaucrats bureaucrats. He did. Go to the interagency the interagency. That's the term that keeps coming up. He did go to the federal bureaucracy but he didn't go to his boss us. He didn't follow the chain of command. He didn't follow the president's policy the interagency. That's the battle here. The president the elected guys the American Eric people versus the decisions of the interagency. The federal bureaucracy. The deep state this guy then men is is an operative with an agenda. He's just admitted it himself. How do we? Let's let's put not to put to a point on it but let's see if this weasel bill can can just finally come right out and say what he really wants to which is that he believes it is the job of himself. The job of the interagency interagency the job of the entrenched bureaucracy to make policy. And it's not the job of the elected. President of the United States. Is there a process to determine German official. US policy. Yes that is my job is to coordinate. US policy so throughout the preceding year. That I've been on staff I had undertaken in an effort to make sure we had a cohesive coherent US policy and as you listen to the call. Did you observe whether president trump was following the talking points based on the official. US Policy Council. The president could choose is to Use the talking points or not the president but they were not consistent with what I provided yes the temerity of that response response that response by the way is to the Democratic Council the Temerity of the Democrat Council asking if Lieutenant Colonel VIND men made sure that the president of the United States was following his talking points unofficial. US policy just the question itself. The the question basically boils down to WHO MAKES US policy. Environment doesn't wait one little second he says I make US policy. No you don't dude dude you know who makes. US foreign policy the president of the United States. You don't get to dictate to the president of the United States. What the policy is and you don't get to dictate to the president of the United States? What he should say about? What the policy is you are a functionary? You work for him. You should keep your mouth shut and do what the President of the United States tells you to do. Because guess what none of us elected Lieutenant Colonel Kinman and after that testimony none of us really really seemed like lieutenant colonel of inman. Not a very likable guy. He's a power hungry bureaucrat and oppress about it too we elected trump. Maybe you don't like trump too bad. That's your job. Do Your job. Then men thinks that he makes policy him and the interagency is what he said. The interagency policy was is just support secretary. It was to support security assistance for the Ukraine. Hey you know what I think of the interagency policy when it comes into conflict with the policy of our duly represented duly duly elected representatives. This I think flick off underneath my chin. That's what I think he says. In in my position I coordinate with a superb cohort of interagency. Portland's I bet you coordinate. Four Day with the president of the United States and shut your mouth into your job. He says quote I'm the point man for coordinating the interagency. I don't care who you are and I don't care what your title is. I don't care about you. Lieutenant Colonel. Vitamin A. Care about the American people having control over their own government and you following the orders of the elected representatives. Nobody elected this guy. Hi He wants representative. Nunez have more respect for his military title about Lieutenant. Colonel Vitamin show some respect to to his civilian superiors namely Devon Nunez namely his boss on the National Security Council namely the president of the United States. In this this country. The civilians run the show not the military. I have great respect for the military. I don't have a ton of respect for women but I have a lot of respect for the military and by the way most of my pals in the military know that in this country the civilians run the show about the interagency. I got friends who've worked at the interagency. The good ones are the ones who know that. The civilians run the show in particular the elected representatives not some some technocrat tyrants in the deep state okay. Do you know who runs the show in this country. Not any of the punks like Eric. Chara Mela allegedly who who are shredding our Constitution. Because they don't like that the American people elected the wrong candidate in two thousand sixteen. This is not even about the left versus the right. This is is not even a bad democrat versus Republican. I mean it is in so much as the left likes the entrenched bureaucracy. A lot more than the right tends to but you know. Republicans like the bureaucracy. Chrissy sometimes too if a Democratic president right now we're threatening the technocratic status quo you can bet that the deep state would be going after them to. This is a major threat to the country. This is a major threat because it actually transcends partisan differences in the partisan divide and it gets right down to the heart of who we are. Are we going to be a country. That's run by a good experts with nice ties. All well tied up and good looking jackets on who nobody likes them. And they don't have any real powers designated in the constitution but they know better for us. So they're gonNA make policy and the president and he just better go along with it and by the way if he doesn't go along with it we're gonNA throw him out of office and who cares. What the American people say? There's that possibility or self government in our constitutional order. We get to decide. Obviously people lieutenant. Colonel Edmon have made their decision. I think we should probably make another decision. The only way that this is going to resolve itself delve deep state is defeated the deep state the deep state. It's a real thing it's called the bureaucracy. You just saw major representative of it right now. The deep state does not want to voluntarily give up power because what the deep state thinks is that the electrodes come and go political winds change but they are always going to be there. Are We need to seriously deplete their power. I actually like a lot of the agencies and the bureaucracy I think they do some good good work but they have become far too powerful and if they are going to try to take sovereignty they're going to try to take the control of making policy in the United States states away from the American people. They must be defeated. You know there was the line in ancient Rome. CARTHAGO DELENDA S. Carthage must be destroyed. The deep state celente estimate must be defeated if we are to preserve our self-government all right. We've got to say about facebook and Youtube head on over to daily Wire Dot Com ten bucks a month one hundred..
"eric people" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Chuck Rosenberg Cynthia Hockney. Thank you both so it'll be interesting to hear from. I'm here now for more on the people who will be questioning Robert Muller former Florida Congressman David Jolly he left the Republican Party this past year and his down independent and Elizabeth holtzman former Democratic congresswoman from New York and the author of the case for impeaching trump okay so David Jolly. I'm going to start with you because my supposition is that as measured as Robert Mueller is as he's going to be in these two experts who know him of just said he's going to be Republicans are going to be measured. Republicans are going to come in there and attack the guy come in there and their strategy is going to be to say you're biased and brings stock and page and all the rest of the stuff. Is that what you expect them to do and do you think that would be at all effective for them. We'll be affected for their base to your point. Joy What we've seen in every one of these hearings is the Republicans never ask questions to try to get to the facts the investigation what they do is they tried to impugn the witnesses and those who testified with Muller Matt Gaetz said what they're going to do on Wednesdays re elect Donald Trump as president. That's clearly how the Republicans. Going into this I think when the final gavel hits Wednesday night joy though the eyes of the nation once again turn to Nancy Pelosi this is a political case to be made for impeachment and Democrats seem to be hoping that Bob Muller will convince the nation on Wednesday Democrats seem to remind the nation hey voters you haven't read the report yet but at the end of the day if we are to be led to a convincing case for impeachment that has to come through political leadership and it has to come from the person who occupies the highest constitutional national office outside the White House that Speaker Pelosi come Wednesday night the eyes of the nation are going to be looking at her to ask what next right I mean even if if all that Muller did was referred to what's in the report literally read it right He will then be speaking the exact same fact that nearly a thousand former prosecutors said we're at least ten instances of obstruction of justice that is one of the causes that proud of what you can for what you can impeach the president so I wonder from your point of view what should should Democrats do the they've put the theater off for a month and a half. What should they do with their time now knowing they're not gonNA get a whole lot of theatrics out of out of Muller? Let me just deal with the Seattle moment issue for one moment and just want to go back to Watergate because those Republicans who used the Watergate hearings at the House Judiciary Committee held to defend the president led to the huge victory for Democrats in the midterm elections why because the Democrats conducted themselves with dignity dignity and sincerity and the Republicans we just out there defending the president and that did not sit well with the American people so just want to bring that little historical factoid out here now the critical the critical point is that most most people have not read the Muller Report the Democrats and really anybody who sincere about trying to educate the American people so that they can help make judgment about whether the president should be held to an impeachment standard. They need to make sure that the American people understand the fact so getting muller to read the report will put the report in his own words or restated is a critical thing and particularly the critical thing is to get him to confirm that there was evidence of conspiracy with the Russians just not enough evidence to permit an indictment and secondly that there was substantial evidence with regard to obstruction of justice that they couldn't clear him and they couldn't exonerate him the American Eric People need to know that so we have someone sitting in the White House the President of the United States who could not be exonerated of obstruction of justice and could not even be exonerated of of context with the Russians that could impact conspiracy..
"eric people" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Gosh, airway to sit and his can't wait to see this. It's a roller coaster man. It starts. And when you get to that moment, just action, packed me editing and sound mixing, and all that people don't realize like we go in. We layer voices down, and then these amazing talented, animators and editors and color, and all these people put all this stuff together, as though, we're in the same room with each other. Right. And I'm recording it weeks and weeks, apart from patent or whoever I'm talking to, and then you meet these people. And you're like thank you for making it so great. You're literally, the doing it yourself though. Yeah. You talk to yourself now, do they already have some other people's tracks laid down, and you respond. Okay. I don't ever want to hear that. I Don I mean, if they offered, I would listen to it, maybe a little bit of writing very specific, but I just try to do like different versions of the same line, so that then when they get there, they have options awesome. Like I said, I can't I can't wait and modern family is next year next year. We're going gonna Dun, Dun, Dun. Do you know how it's gonna know you did? But I don't know. I don't think they know yet I think they they start work today. Actually, the writers are back of in for the first day today, and now they'll start carving out with the, the final season looks like I think it'd be great if, like Peter Dinkins comes out towards the end and starts deciding who survived. Don't you think that'd be amazing? That'd be great. You don't remember on your social media were you upset about the ending ya? Okay. I think that's ridiculous. Because it's fake. It's fake. I, I don't see a broad dragon breathing. Fire, and Eric people are invested in the characters storylines that have been built up over eight nine ten or so years. So it matters that it means a lot to them. I know. But it's, it's, it's, it's not like oh no, no. I don't feel like personally offended, you know, appointed a yeah, but I but I don't think there's any way you would have been not disappointed as that. Big. I saw the documentary, the great have you seen that. Yeah. The game of thrones episode out. Right. And they, they had a moment where they had the cast Eric Stonestreet, here on the rich Eisen show. Hey, where they had they had I got a reset for the radio on leaving professional dude. You're amazing. Thank. Eric Stonestreet around the rich Eisen show. They had a moment where the, the, the cast was doing a table read of the final episode, and I don't know if this was for editing purposes or not spoiler alert..
"eric people" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"There are public reports about the fact that Russia interfered, in the election of the president of the United States in two thousand sixteen we have heard even most recently from from Christopher Ray of the FBI that this is an ongoing threat and something we should be concerned about in twenty twenty. I'm a leader on a bipartisan Bill in the United States Senate to upgrade the security of our elections infrastructure. And yes, I am concerned for all of those reasons and the American public should be concerned, and most of all the president of the United States, should be concerned again, but because, you know, why Stephanie yet again this this president is putting his self interest in front of the interest of our democracy, and the integrity of our democracy and the. Eric people's confidence in the security, and the integrity of our election system, which is one of the strongest and most important pillars of our democracy, which gives us a role of leadership around the world, but this president for self interest, clearly is willing to compromise one of the components that gives us some of the greatest strength. We have when we walk into rooms around the world because people respect that we fight for our democracy, even when, when it is difficult to do so, being outraged isn't new people across the country, including yourself have been outraged for the last two years. Your colleague, king Jeffries said earlier tonight that Democrats should stay the course the president's in mission doesn't change anything and it's not time to move toward impeachment yet. What do you think? Well, listen, you know, I was raised by a mother was all five feet tall. But if you ever met my mother, that she was seven feet tall, and she was the kind of parent the way, if you ever came home complaining about something, the first thing she do is she look at you. And she'd say, well, what are you going to do about it? Well, I decided to run for president of the United States. That's how I'm translating, my outrage. Well, you're running for president United States. You're going to potentially see the president at the ballot box, but you're currently sitting Senator giving your current role when he doing about it. So we have this election security Bill, that unfortunately, the leader on the Senate side, will not put on the floor for a vote, and I think it's important that all Americans, regardless of party affiliation fight for the United States Congress to do its job and upgrade the elections infrastructure and secure the elections infrastructure in our country. And so I am proud to been a leader and to be a leader in the United States Senate on that issue because there is. Nothing more important than fighting for the integrity of our democracy, and our election system, regardless of your party affiliation, regardless.
"eric people" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"For those not on MBA. There's Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye yes. In the last caller, I I would agree with you. You said the number one reason you voted for president or a president or voted for Trump specifically or whoever before that was judges and same with me. You're not talking about us. The base that was there with him on border security, and is still there. I believe to a large extent on border security. It just depends on what happens between now and election day of now, I agree with Trump on border security, and I believe he still is the person to sell it. Whether we no matter what happens three weeks from now. Right. Yeah. I I don't know of anybody who is better who has the potential of being better at doing it even with the disagreements that we have had with him and how he has marketed this along the way well because if you get into the discussion, let's go back to two thousand eight when then candidate Obama had to define marriage as between a man and a woman then once he became president. Okay. I'm grappling. I'm involving in all of that. And then of course, we knew that he wasn't being honest as he was a candidate who's campaigning. But the point is equate that to borders now, right? You can see whoever it is Kamala Harris or whoever they if they are to get into office. You could easily see a loosening of borders, and certainly enforcement of illegal immigration. You're going to see that go back to I think even even further than the Obama administration. Went in that regard because they're the party of open borders. So when it comes down to that binary decision. That's really what drives the majority of voters out there. Well, and and you make a great point. I wonder how many of the eventual democrat nominees to president the you're not do want to be present United States have been for the removal and the elimination of immigration and customs enforcement, right? By the way, you wanna add that one to the reason why when people say, well, the Democrats are in for open borders yet they are now why they want sanctuary cities across the border. You get to stay welfare for legal immigrants there for that voting rights for legal immigrants there. They are for that driver's licenses for legal immigrants there for that eliminating immigration and customs enforcement there for that. And that's how you should be publicizing it, and that's why the Republican, and you know, when we talk about the the Republican party because we've heard this before while, you know, the Republican party has to support the president. He is the one that started the narrative he got elected on it that was his 'cause he has to convert Republicans to that. 'cause it's his he became when he became president United States. He became head of the Republican party. He's the one that chose the head of the RNC. Now that was that was he he's the one that gets to set the direction of the Republican party. It is the president that has to build the coalition's. Yeah. Inside of the party. That's just the way that it works the person on top gets to be the leader. Alright. They should have done it a year and a half ago. But as Eric said once the election happened, he said, it's done. Yep. And so far it has been it has been done. We don't know where the president goes on. This doesn't mean that you don't start over and start the messaging over again, look, you can always evolving, the po- as a politician and had the exact same message and just say in a different way. Sure, we know that why how do we know that? How do we know that because Democrats were all proposing? Stricter illegal immigration laws and more barriers and border security up until about three years ago three years ago. Oh, Trump was running for president. Mhm? And so, you know, there again, there is still great opportunity between now and election day of next year. I think many things will present opportunity along the way that we can't even C right now. I mean, the Democrats have been in in many ways, I won't say unpredictable. They're their most for the most part they are predictable. But there will be a great number of those little gems that will help the president. When they position themselves on border security. Things like free healthcare. You know, like, you mentioned voting rights all of those things being promoted, more and more and more. And all the president has to do say we want the opposite. We want border security. We want people to come here legally. And and that's it. You don't have to draw anymore lines in the sand. Because if you draw one on February fifteenth where does that get you? What are you got? There's no leverage their the leverage is gone. The leverage ended Friday if there if there if there was any it was gone Friday. So you move on you keep promoting it. But you do move on. And you build a pressure. Maybe you build a pressure between now and September of this year. Maybe you build a pressure between now and November of next year. But you keep building that political pressure with the education and the campaigning to the American people. Not to Nancy not to Chuck. We know we already know what they'll do you got to build that pressure. Because you saw some of that breaking you saw some of that pressure on those Democrats on Capitol Hill that were not in line with Nancy as we said all last week. And the granted Friday by saying over the last week Trump had won the debate. He had won the battle we doubted. He would win the war. Right. But he won the battle. He won the rhetorical battle the political rhetoric. He wanted his political rhetoric was and by the way, just rhetoric is not an insult of it. And just it's it's the it's it's what you use in order to get your message across to the American public. He was winning it. How do we know the Washington Post editorial, right? The number of Democrats that came out and said you've got to negotiate in some kind of way to Nancy Nancy Pelosi. What you have to do is if you can win at one week. Let's put it this way on on ope. Open borders versus non open borders if you can win it one week you can win it every week. Down with it every single week because the issue doesn't change. How you explain the issue may change. But if you can win that issue one week you can win it every week. Eight six six ninety Red Eye. We go to Mike in Seattle. Mike, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you. Mortar security to the president is like the Bill Boeing airplane company that started here in Seattle. I mean, he he can he can he's a builder and like, okay, we build airplanes. And now we have a magnificent one million acre plant building carbon fiber wings America is growing up so quick that he's going to solve this border security, so easy just like building airplane during World War Two. We crank. Okay. I wouldn't nobody. I don't think anybody is debating that. We can't build things. It's the politics behind it. Yeah. You have to have the money. Yeah. Nobody is debating that. We can't build things. So this is part of what you said. Eric people. Still are onsite issues. Yup. And they're not necessarily on all the issues. I mean, the problem is we can build things. We know that. Yep. Yep. And that's the frustrating part. And that's what we started out. This conversation is everybody is on some off shoot of the actual issue. We set on the president for the longest time. And and Republicans in general wasn't wall. Wasn't a wall versus no wall. It was one side the bigger message. It should have been over the last two years from the president and Republicans is open borders versus worthy party a border security. And promote the fact is it doesn't take long and you can you can hit them. They can't answer back when you tell them look your for sanctuary cities, your sanctuary state. Your state believes if you cross over you should be able to stay you believe in welfare for legal immigrants, you believe in free college for legal immigrants, you believe in license for illegal immigrants, and you believe in the immigration the elimination of ice, right? You know, your your party is calling for many in your party confident limitation of ice. This is why people believe you're for open borders, Nancy Pelosi, defendant, defending go ahead defend it. That's what he should have done when he had them together before the press instead of conceding insane. We're all for border security that was Trump who said that ten Nancy and to Chuck Schumer. We're all for border security. He said it. We gave out. Yep. And and from this point on it's all about pointing out all of the policy that they have in place, and that they're trying to get into place. So again, it it's not going to get you anywhere between for the next two years except building the consensus with the rank and file democrat. And and hope that you'll build political pressure. I don't know if it's enough. I have no idea because again and two thousand twelve you had you know, the majority of people agreeing on the issues with Mitt Romney. But it wasn't enough for him to get a win. And I don't know if there's other damage done to the extent that the people might agree with the president on border control, but they really aren't gonna vote for him. Anyway, bay just don't like him anymore. Exactly. They're ready to be done. And if that's the case, then that's something that is not fixable. Well, a again, that's why when you have an opportunity you want to be able to maximize your your ability to sell that idea to the American people because sometimes you only get one chance every decade to do. So I mean, it look it's gonna it's gonna come back again. And this doesn't mean that the Republican party and the president shouldn't sell it, right? Being on it. Number. It's still the president. You know, now that you know, you now that we don't the Republicans don't have the house. The president is still the head of the Republican party. He's got to be a leader in directing their political rhetoric. So it sells to a majority of the American people. Yes, that's simple. He's the guy. They'll say with the party doesn't support. He is the party. He is the party now. He's the leader of the party. He's the one that has to be the leader and set the example and come up with a way to message correctly as he did last week. He was able to message a correctly for that week wasn't. He. Yep. And we can do it. Well, and and beyond that the economy is going to have to be chugging, right along because integrate economy, you've got a lot of things going for you naturally that you don't have to do much on you promote the positive numbers. But really the numbers will speak for themselves. So the economy needs to be again moving right along between now and twenty twenty and the terrorists have to be out of the way, we always talk about you know, the fickle American public..
"eric people" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Yeah oh hang on folks i gotta get the cigar hang on good cigar go out and five minutes you don't draw cigars that keeps burning just walk you don't want the only part of that and chemicals in there like they put with cigarettes you don't want it sometimes it's a pain in the white him every five minutes when they're good when they're good they're worth it anyway we're back at it elrushbo behind the golden eib microphone serving humanity how simply by being here a household name in all four corners of the world eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program i want to grab a call here this is bruce in muskegon michigan bruce i'm glad you waited you're up next what's the what's the big point here thank you my call get right to my point i think i agree with everything you're saying agree with all of what the president of the tempting to say but it's not getting through the american people he needs to go on tv like assaf noon he's speaking on the rose garden and tell them all accomplishes well who's going to report that only fox and only for about fifteen minutes report that he needs to safety eric people i don on applying time half hour show land o'clock at night and just laid out a litany of all of us accomplishments the tax cuts you know we won the nation of isis and even when obama was office he's four years to get rid of isis for three years he's done it in in in six months and all the things that are controversial like epa regulations eliminating don't even go there president just just lists things that all americans can agree on that are good for our nation and our great accomplishments unemployment you know the jobless claims in the unemployment rate in in a in tax cuts what money's been put in the average american's pocket just just laying on which are indisputable numbers don't put that don't have him say anything that's not gonna and the reason the reason the bruce's calling here is one of the themes early on in the program if you're just joining us is the appearance of to america's every day on we do a side by side comparison over here is the america that's working if people live there.
"eric people" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And how we evaluated going forward it's also what authority do we possess statue we possess we we reside in the executive branch the we only have this story that congress gives us and so when congress doesn't give specific in the clean air act clean water act circle tosca whatever they act might be we can't pitch it for congress speaking baseball terms were approaching opening day and i think what what's happened last several years is that pinchitting in that creates uncertainty so we're going to get those things right going forward we'll do our job at this point listening comment on what what folks across the country think section one eleven provides as far as thorny in the regulation in this space but recission of cpap the socalled and clean power plan is something that's going away and then wall what the next steps are that one thing i didn't mention earlier about two thousand eighteen and i'm very very excited about is the war on lead lennon or drinking water and the continuation of superfund cleanup across the country we need we need to cheat good outcomes and both absolutely do you on on engagement may just want to go back to that team favor where peeling it i think that's something that's not that's not the decision right now i mean the decision right now is we know that there was a process fell it would be unwise to prejudge any kind of process we put in place to respond to that the question is in the focus should be what do we do to provide an objective transparent discussion in the anthem eric people with respect to this very important issue and i think what folks miss in this regard it's not whether the climate changing it's not whether there's warming trends it's not whether we contribute to it all those things are the case what the issue is how do we know in two thousand eighteen with the ideal global average surface temperature to be in twenty one hundred i mean that's what these models that are developed know at this point look forward eighty plus years and to make policy decisions in two thousand eighteen and not have i think it transparent discussion about that american people is just simply not wise to do so that's what we're trying to address i can appreciate the question about.
"eric people" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Happening with their son i i can only assume that that is probably true and i think there are lessons that are worth learning and discussing from this case one is how much we owed law enforcement what a superb job people do do and how wrong it is to blast our law enforcement officials who put their lives on the line every single day whenever something goes wrong this went about his right as it could and it shows the value of surveillance cameras it shows the value of having law enforcement authorities they had three hundred fifty people involved in this effort to try to keep us safe trying to protect innocent people in austin texas and all around the country from this kind of attack and the fact that in a matter of days they were able to apprehend this young man yesterday we spoke to one of the fbi agents on the unit bomber case that took seventeen years before they caught him this didn't even take seventeen days it took six days and it's a magnificent job eric people still opposed to the idea of surveillance cameras i mean they're obviously extraordinarily important and very useful opposed to having thorndike's track your cell phones when you are a suspect if if you are you can give us a call or if you have any explanation you would like to offer for what happened one.
"eric people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Don't care or or the democrats so cure when uh illegal aliens kill more citizens than than gunfire by probably by a huge factor i'm guessing don't you don't care about that all right w i don't know what the democrats say secondly i'm doubting york numbers on that he legal aliens killed more people than guns more us citizens die in this country every year by uh drunk illegal aliens or on violence we have matthew denise rate in milford he was killed by israeli lots of people are killed by truck drivers lots of them uh lots of people are on an illegal democrat ohio undocumented workers and whatever and done that doesn't make these people any less dead hit bradley but those people would be alive if the heart on the democrats whatever care answer my at addressed the fact that regardless of how many people to die in car accidents what does that mean that these people it's okay that these people are dead it's about okay and i think you what i want us to see quivalent and how does that help has it rarely so a lot of people i forgot all things why is that make it okay that the nra does everything it can and make it possible for i'm not even had only on or before renaultpowered but i do not oregon the or the democrats aren't high what are you saying democrats democrats i don't i what do i have to do with the democrats or you're you're speak in their petition not really it wellbuilt paid they hit the nra and the way men are a but the um i i'll probably highlights they eat food and drink water to okay but i mean the democrats received mudi's from lobby eric people abortion legal in all sorts of things to touch the nra that is the only lobby group out there and that's and again i don't like lobby i don't think speech should be money now he should be reached gives me one thing it seems awfully young to be able to go to get a gun 18th him would be young i thank all about the twenty one would be in order for at least for the highpowered weapons um and you should be able to pass the oakland kind of mental competency i would think but i.
"eric people" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Just it just hit you in the side like thought but you know s that's just my my take on it they have not a just you're gonna see if more i just really do even only just taking it off jersey's those you'll see it more depressed fans get worked up about stuff their passionate about thirteen you mess with that relationship you mess with that chemistry it irritates ah i don't think the organization will mind actually i think the indians organization is totally fine with fans continuing to wear it yeah i their arms that they're going for they're just they're just read scrubbing that that the logo away from you know that their team identity the redskins daniel snyder have been very out front very strong against changing anything associated with that logo or their team name they don't care that papers in minya minnesota don't use their team they could care less i have i think of a redskins shirt at home that abomination what are these young length why discount i liked the callers i i grew up watching that was one of the teams are west i loved what because the lombardy be there for a year you felt like maybe that was part of that i'm old enough remember that you know it's one of those franchises that stood out of a bunch of different t i've oakland raiders because i one of our ari brethren john matuzek played for the oakland raiders who went over cuzco which is where i way so i have other team i just think this argument is silly not not saying schools can't decide organizations can't decide if that's what they want to do in here take your fans the knock yourself on that is your right i can tell you and again i'm revisiting the marquette thing because that's something that i was very passionate about what had happened there are still people they call him the warriors to this day they don't say golden eagles they may call marquette because they don't want us he golden eagles it's something that riles fans up in it in it and the people are passionate about it i don't have to tell you eric people are passionate about sports and i can read back and who mass with that.
"eric people" Discussed on WSB-AM
"He persisted yes hashtag he persisted so i'm reading this thing and it's it just seems like maybe he was clunky but they had 6 a couple of times on this evening and then this lady turns around and says you were totally inappropriate i don't have sex with people that i find totally inappropriate maybe that's me now again i'm not talking about sexual assault i'm not talking about forcing your way into sex with somebody but i'm reading even the way that this coward who won't who won't use her real name grace but still take an elephant gun and try to take celebrity yet grace akg here's that aspect of my character you'll never actually find grace upon myself grace but i'm reading this thing and the whole thing just looks like he persisted she said yes and now she's trying to ruin his career about it i mean we happy hey lyonnais have been with totally consensual this is angela with uh them she didn't know don't wanna do these are saying that there yet hey how you doing having a hard day i would imagine with all these you know yeah pretty high but it's not a big deal see i don't know is he said sarees i'd already goes i have no abbas suming that's early what what what he sounds like family like you know you know what i have a solution you know we do we they do all kinds of researcher wsb they don't put you on the air but you could whatever you want it feel he they do attenuate the i'm done with you as he's up oh but you said no but i'm going to keep on billions that your thing though that we should do at central areas so they went via a it's a you know a eric it my my radio guru clive climbers they'll he's that eric people don't just want to hear you complain they want solution the la like to know your solution.
"eric people" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Speculation eric people are excited lot of people reasonally jumped on the bandwagon a lot of unknowing people that i know it's i'm waiting for this thing to actually crashed yeah let's guy because i'm an awful person who wants to see people get there's people are running around you know just in my immediate universe yeah bitcoin checking in every day exit one hundred fifty dollars into it and now got a million alleged in seventy five dollars but they won't stop they won't stop i've to hear about this i wanted to crash you want to your people that zip their lips what's the ah what's the zip their lips down say that people are you saying return befallen the defeated hilary ups pal sip that live what's why can't think of the word frighten shot shuttling freud and that's what you have right yes you like to see other people be miserable and when they deserve it okay when the end you having that threshold is relatively low i guess feminism ones bragging about their viqeuque but here as the us greg there was a great story on the abc nightly news last night about a what hold on a second you watch the abc i did last night for the first time in a while i don't even know who host i think every day here oh and ansett nz and there there was a gentleman on their that bought three bitcoin's when it first started and those three bitcoin's he was able to trade in and pay for his daughter's wedding i'll be happy for that gagging automatic for that you know why that is a totally different thing no one should be spending that kind of money on a wedding identify the gusting you know what greg you and i are like because when he told a story the first thing i thought his want us boiled little girl that it i i will tell you something eddie buttons spends more than i dunno twenty five.
"eric people" Discussed on WLOB
"A country and share a story i hear every day at alert training camp gap at all people who watt eric act eric people who had rich aaron sharon at equal who are in county that are going to have eight alabama care ailing it has collapse at solvit uh the democrat but if out a at re re work arent higher healthcare and it it hailing at we need care repeal and replace at every turn a patient act our relationship take in money hit a hate let the governor's crack plant better athletic air population and again became about all the ecowas that hasn't dr off air are hurtig at that that failure of obamacare and that's really one of the one of the things i appreciate about the the legislation is it's not just it's not onesizefitsall it's giving it the state's control of of what to do in fact native at one of the part that are complication that tech at what you think picking the eight eight crack plan a thicket air population growth in the shirt and mack air very different and the added carrots in packed that birth michigan light gavric republic again a crack avenue craft plant he who gathered at that and copycat each plant that part of that uh that the fact that america and it would never ever been attacking it'd be a one at foul solution will not working we know hank aaron quicker than anybody expected and now republic if they're coming to the table over over at trying to find a solution democrat are forgiving nor college failure that play at but we advocate it got the aircraft arctic earth out of washington and that's what president trump ran on route i want to ask you about president trump and his speech that he delivered earlier this week at the united nations i thought it was one of the best speeches he has delivered and honestly i it it remind to be at times of of ronald reagan adjust in the force of delivery a what you when you look at what the.
"eric people" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The water some point but only two were actually category five when they made landfall in florida and i believe what was it a number i think it was eighteen category four hurricanes have hit florida tall yeah and and and so folks that are not prepared to deal with this particular storm to begin with even eighteen is a small number spread over that number eight that number of years surely that it does say the least as size of this storm is i think you know as as as a former flirty and um i e r eric people remember charlie and francis in gene in the mist storms no four this one is just so much larger in terms of the the wind field and the potential storm surge that i think it's it's it's scary to think about what's going to happen it is it is you know hats off to the european model it nailed it and has been there all along and so out of that spaghetti model we did have one modelled that has a nailed it continuously and cap at primarily on the west side and some of the other models the nam well damn took it all over the place and and uh and so the the the bottom line on on what we have on this dorm is it's all come back together again even though it was shifted off to the east coast without a doubt i've won a few bets by predicting on a westward landfall well larry i thank you very very much appreciated and um i might even for your show tonight to i know this is a special show four for you guys in it it's great to have a voice on.
"eric people" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Way up there too and they were it broad debate somewhere else this thing just hanging on top of southeast louisiana the the worst of open it is working all records a high you talk about a five hundred year weather that we work here here's the moment records but they're doubt claiming that the five hundred or eight year uh i don't know what motive uh records of that but it is clearly no one has ever seen anything like this and it was odd as i was i was in corpus christi on wednesday and i got back wednesday night and when i was there on wednesday people were talking about the stormlike as gave a speech on wednesday people are talking about the storm but they weren't they weren't they didn't seem overly concerned about it they said well i hope it's not bad but and eric people are shopping getting stuff at the stores and but they they didn't seem to be in gone gone wild about the storm thinking of it's going to be all that bad on wednesday and then i'll say well i get back what it popped up wa off with a split vote so it dan fia troubled oppression and within a matter of three days became a hurricane and then a level four hip then the the model interest inc is bottles for eight wickets usually inaccurate at best but this one has been at all the weather guys have rightly ruger game because what they predicted four three or four days ago uh as far as traffic is exactly what it's done the problem is that but because it's august and that goal mortars her warm imminently in the evaporation this this this storm exactly what it needed it become the west explain the by use to people listening across this country or not from texas and louisiana don't don't know the whole how how by you his overflow overflowing affects neighboring areas went piney point village people don't know what that means and i hear about painting point village what part what part of texas is that what kind of neighborhoods are those sure southeast texas is is a very partner feet with just there's not a lot of uh a lot of roll or or will it pancakeflat.