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Is There Any Chance the Leftist Swamp Cowards Will Serve Time?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:35 min | Last month

Is There Any Chance the Leftist Swamp Cowards Will Serve Time?

Chris Farrell Knows the Threat of 'White Militias' Is 'Pure Fiction'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Chris Farrell Knows the Threat of 'White Militias' Is 'Pure Fiction'

"That? Let's talk to some to understand threat analysis. He is, of course, judicial watches Chris file Chris. When days after the election, a DHS releases an unclassified terrorist threat assessment and put at the top of it, the domestic CVE threat from people who are anti abortion who question the results of the election. You have superlative contacts across the national security arena. Has there ever been a threat assessment in the last 20 years that has substantiated the idea that white militias are running around America with the same efficacy capacity and threat potential as, for example, Al-Qaeda? It's pure fiction and it is an attempt when you read the language, they have key points in that and that memo we're discussing. And if you read the key points, they are trying to intimidate you into not thinking certain things. Not a question of saying certain things or acting out in certain ways, they are trying, it is orwellian and the truest form, they want you not to commit what they consider to be thought crimes. And if you question the validity and the integrity of the election process, if you think that there are regularities, let alone the F word fraud. But let's just say regularities. And if you say that, if you opine, then you are on thin ice buddy. I mean, how dare you. That's what they're trying to get you to the point where you think to yourself, well, you know, I'm not going to post that. I'm not going to raise a question about that. I'm not going to tweet that. I'm not going to blog on it. I'm not even going to email my cousin George or whatever. I just, I'm going to keep that to myself because those are impermissible thoughts. And that's what they're

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What Is the Biggest Threat Facing America?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:11 min | Last month

What Is the Biggest Threat Facing America?

"Is the threat to America? Let's listen to the man who should be in charge for domestic threats. He is the director of the federal bureau of investigations, Chris ray. So whenever we've had the chance, we've tried to emphasize that this is a top concern and remains so for the FBI. In fact, in fact, we viewed it as such a critical threat that back in June of 2019, under my leadership, we elevated racially and ethnically motivated violent extremism to our highest threat priority. On the same level with ISIS and homegrown violent extremists. But what kind of racially motivated terrorism and violence? Is it Black Lives Matter? Is it a tax against Asians in New York by another ethnic minority? No, Christopher wray was talking about white supremacy. White nationalism has been raised. You heard his words white nationalism has been raised to the same threat level. He didn't use the word. Jihadism, but he mentioned Al-Qaeda and ISIS.

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Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

"Now there's a double whammy here because in the beginning, it would be big enough challenge for legacy national security architectures like the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, to suddenly switch targets and say, okay, it's not the Soviet Union, but we have to deal with cultural marxists who are American in America trying to undermine America. That would be hard enough because that's like trying to get a, you know, an ocean liner to become a catamaran. But then there's the double difficulty when these institutions are captured by those self same neo Marxist next gen leftists, clearly, or at least when people like Mark milley or Christopher at the FBI parrot, the verbiage for people. Correct. And this is going to sound almost too personal, but I mean, so I'm going to say it anyway. There are two stupid to know the difference. They are so intellectually unpack that. That's really important. That's really important. And you have to know enough to be able to ask the question. And so when you choke down wholesale, the garbage put out by the 1619 Project. That white rage in America is founded on racism. And so the starting point is, yes, that's the starting point. Matt, well, what are you talking about? What does the foundation for what you're let me unwind your argument and really prove or disprove? And when you have Howard zinn of all people and his history book is probably the de facto go to history book in three quarters of the country's high school. The people's history, the Marxist lensed people's history of America. So that's your starting point. And you've brainwashed these people into believing, oh, I'll give you another great example. This is very superficial, but it's impactful. Since when are Republicans read that a vest is a bugbear for me. So let's unpack that. If you go back to Reagan's landslide victory and you look at all the news reporting, you show that they show the entire country blue, except for Wisconsin. I think it's Wisconsin. Yeah. Which is red because mondale wins his home state. But the red is always the color of the left. Every country of the globe.

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Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Credentials

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | Last month

Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Credentials

"Is the director of research and investigations for that superlative organization judicial watch. Chris Farrell, welcome in studio. Great to be with you, Seth. Thank you. You've been on the show multiple times. You've been on my newsmax show for those who are just accidentally tuning in now or have found us on Salem TV. Would you just for a couple of seconds talk about your national security credentials, what you did in uniform before you joined your judicial watch. I was commissioned as a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, specifically as a counterintelligence officer. And I served in that role doing mostly counter espionage work, investigations, running double agent operations and also commanding the army's surveillance team. We did physical technical and aerial surveillance of counterintelligence suspects, but also in support of clandestine human intelligence operations. I then went on to actually cross strain and besides being a can respond to case officer. I became a clandestine human intelligence case officer. And so I have a foot in each world in the world of human intelligence, both countering bad guys who are trying to spy against us, but then also in their field of human intelligence, which is us trying to have persons from foreign countries provide intelligence to U.S. to U.S.

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Report: Draft opinion suggests high court could overturn Roe

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Report: Draft opinion suggests high court could overturn Roe

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AJ Has One More Comment on the Woody-Mia Situation

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:08 min | 4 months ago

AJ Has One More Comment on the Woody-Mia Situation

"But let me comment on the woody verse Mia situation. One more time because I hinted in the last show I did that one of the children Moses was a kid who basically said, no, my sister Dillon's lying. And he took the opposite side. He didn't go with the flow. He did initially, but eventually he came around to being team woody because it was eating him up inside. He knew that his father was being taken down brick by brick and it wasn't fair. Now, Moses is a very private person. He's now a therapist and shit went to get his master's degree. Does great work, apparently, doesn't like public attention. You'll never hear from him or see him. But he came out at one point and talked about how the misleading attacks on his father, he didn't want to stay silent about any longer. And the reason why he won't is because he was present for everything that happened in that house before during and after this alleged event that Mia Farrell and Dylan farrow say took

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How Chris Farrell Would Drain the Swamp

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:29 min | 4 months ago

How Chris Farrell Would Drain the Swamp

"We're talking to the director of research and investigations at judicial watch Chris Farrell. I have used on numerous occasions. I can't tell you how many times Chris align you shared with me the last time we did this. And we were talking about specifically not things hadn't gotten as bad as they are right now, and we were talking about the corruption of the DoJ and the FBI specifically for about an hour. And I said at the end, so what do we do about it? Can it be salvaged? And I consider myself to be adequately cynical or living in the real world. And your response kind of gut punched me. And I said, this is from a guy who is not a rabble rouser, not hyperbolic, no such stuff, and you said, can't be saved, dismantled it, send in the Marshals and rebuild it. Correct. That still stands, I presume. It does. What do we do with the rest of it? Because if we look at everything, from lowest learner at the IRS, to the capital police force, not releasing tens of thousands of hours of footage. Can any elected president can any Congress do what needs to be done? To the hive of corruption that is D.C.. Yeah, and what would it look like? Yeah, so a couple of things here are some quick ideas. Obviously, stick with disbanding the FBI. That's absolutely essential. And we could talk about that later if you want. Point to all attorneys within the Department of Justice had to be treated like commissioned officers in the Department of Defense and every three years they have to rotate. They've got to move. They don't necessarily have to move geographically, although that would be a good thing. But they certainly have to get out of the jobs that they're in. So there's no concentration of power and authority. There's no fiefdoms. Correct. And you've had some DoJ attorneys who've sat in their particular little division and been there for 20 years. That's crazy. I don't want them there. I want them moved around. And if they don't want to do it, there's an exciting new possibilities for them in the outside world, have at it. You know, there's all kinds of things you can go do. They're attorneys. They can hang out a shingle and do whatever they want to do. They're not going to starve. It's endless employment for them. The other thing I would do is I would do what the federal republic of Germany did post World War II. And that is take all of the various departments and agencies of the federal government and split them

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Chris Farrell on the Threat of 'Mis-, Dis- and Mal-Information'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Chris Farrell on the Threat of 'Mis-, Dis- and Mal-Information'

"National terrorism advisory system bulletin from just 9 days ago from the Department of Homeland Security. I'm just going to read the opening two sentences to our guest, Chris. The United States remains in a heightened threat environment fueled by several factors, including an online environment filled with false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories and other forms of and this is that new academy it's D.C.. You got to have acronyms. MDM. Miss dis and malformed information. Introduced and or amplified by foreign and domestic threat actors. These threat actors seek to exacerbate societal friction to sow Discord and undermine public trust in government institutions to encourage unrest, which could potentially inspire acts of violence. I would guess Chris filed that you would agree with that assessment, at least when it comes to the mainstream media and a certain political party. You know, this bulletin is, I mean, it's trite to say things are well in, but the problem is, no one, and I ask people this all the time. Very few people have actually read 1984. It's been eliminated from curricula in schools. This is newspeak, not only do they create a new acronym a new term in mala information, MDM and they have a link to it and they describe it all. This is an attempt to scare people from thinking. We've gone beyond scare people from speaking, you are now being cautioned and frightened, not to think certain things. The wrong thing. That is correct. And I'll tell

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Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Intel Background

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 4 months ago

Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Intel Background

"Chris Farrell, welcome back to America first one on one. Great to be with you. Thanks very much. So we have the luxury of a little bit longer here, and we need to discuss this issue because as far as I'm concerned and I said this yesterday, this now makes Watergate irrelevant. What a gate is just a small comma in the history of American politics. This is a gargantuan scandal if this is demonstrating a court of law. For those who haven't heard you before on our show, some new listers we've got new stations. Would you be so kind as to give a brief bio? What you did in the U.S. Army and your specific Intel background Chris. So I was a commission as an army intelligence officer, many, many moons ago. And the good old days of the Cold War. I missed the Cold War. My life was a lot simpler. So I was commissioned as a military intelligence officer, my specialty was counterintelligence. I spent a lot of time doing counter espionage work. Let's stop there for a second. Sure. For those who aren't in the know, the difference between Intel and CI CI, your catching or misinforming the bad guys, right? So counterintelligence, the effort is to identify those foreign intelligence services, those hostile forces or powers trying to spy on the United States and detect them and then in some way disrupt them. And there's a few different ways of disrupting them. But you're trying to protect the United States, protect our secrets to protect our forces. And so in doing that, you can do counter espionage investigations. You could try to find the bad guys and bring them to trial. You can stop them also by just letting them know we know what you're doing. You can shut them down that way. Light them up. Ideally, the Holy Grail, and I'm very fortunate to have actually done this is to run an intelligence operation back against them so that they think that they have something that they don't. Give them give them bad goods. Or to actually recruit a foreign intelligence officer and to you can approach them and say, hey, look, everything we've given you for the last two, three years has been under our control and authority. We can make you a star. In your own service, or maybe that person has a particular need, maybe they've got a sick kid or maybe they are compromised in some other way and they need a way out and we can provide that

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US Beats Czech Republic in Women's Hockey

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

US Beats Czech Republic in Women's Hockey

"The defending champion U. S. women's hockey team rallied to defeat the Czech Republic four to one in the quarter finals of the Beijing Olympics on Friday police declined netted the eventual winner six forty nine into the third period to break a one all tie and help the Americans avoid a major upset the wind comes on the heels of the men's hockey team's tournament opening eight nothing route of China Sean Farrell had a hat trick for the Americans and the U. S. women's curling team remained undefeated after the tab at the Peterson led teams eight four win over China I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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No Olympic medal as Shaun White takes flight for final time

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

No Olympic medal as Shaun White takes flight for final time

"The defending champion U. S. women's hockey team rallied to defeat the Czech Republic four to one in the quarter finals of the Beijing Olympics on Friday police declined netted the eventual winner six forty nine into the third period to break a one all tie and help the Americans avoid a major upset I think a good game is always well one fund the plan but also like I said good for us and all that we have to to be at our best to stay in this tournament the wind comes on the heels of the men's hockey team's tournament opening eight nothing route of China Sean Farrell had a hat trick for the Americans I think we proved ourselves that we can be a really good team offense and the US women's curling team remained undefeated after the tab at the Peterson led teams eight four win over China I'm guessing cool law

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Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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"farrell" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

08:42 min | 10 months ago

"farrell" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Suit. Aerobic world right. I think it came after there. I think is a european thing. But i know that some of the arabic geomancy says use it to and i think about a set certainly was really popular in europe and the renaissance wars affordable. Based on this using. Gnc's intelligence i think i also mentioned draymond. Yeah gripper was popular. But there's also some richard. The second england has hired a whole load of geometric chance made on different subjects. I'm pushing really great. Because he went mad but these and other courts in europe that were doing the same thing because if there was if there was no communications between these people they had to work out with messages with true room is with all these things which were ideally designed for by geomancy. So for example. Good way of using geomancy in modern sense is if you wanna check if muses fake so say for example you want to see if this particular cure is corona viruses. Good You could you just two quick reading to see if it's true. Fight fake news. I mean you would link it. Already stroller darrow. You'll stay with the basic geomancy tools there. You'd use giant geomancy tools basic astrology because the third house. I think rumors. I'm so you'd look at rumors or if you want to know how the government you look at the tenth house relationships which most people most readings that are about seven thousand. What i did with this book though. That was different. Was i was trying to knuckle down a logical system of magical of a nation where you workout if the ritual was gonna work before you did it because otherwise you can end up wasting a lot of time. If you don't know why ritual wasn't working or isn't is all my not work so it was possible to test to see if a ritual will be successful nod and you could also do it afterwards as well. I mean there's this standard case you'd use a firsthand ninth house to see how the richer worked for you. Then you look at the ritual. Which is the ninth house. And you look at the relationships between the ritual and all the other houses to see if it were That sounds fascinating and in your experience. Is it hard to learn is it. Is it something that a beginner magician would be a loss to undertake or does it need some more experience at least to start with. I think anyone starts. It was originally. It was originally designed as populist. Hurry and it's based live. Which i've got to in this book. You can just look at chance tuned to put things as you would atari. Dick is quite simple but as it gets more more advanced and it gets more intuitive and things like that you start to understand different things and you get better at it like old things wayne right taras same same boat. I mean i. I started as tara and i find it difficult to go back to terror because it's too simplistic okay. That's interesting that's an interesting view. Yeah i believe. I'm not sure if i'm right but you might know that. I believe that. I did zanoni or the white lady ederer belleville. Lytton was speaking in one of his book. So that must up in the eight hundred fifty s eighteen sixties about geomancy. Is that possible or am drowsy muscle. I mean the thing is if you look at geomancy is hugely important at a popular of those little pamphlets used to get instead of doing a stance like they do now. You know they'd have geomancy pants to plant and things like that. So and the meanings for farmers almanacs would read the geomancy reading to see if they should plant at that time so it was hugely popular and our really to that point to really popular thing. Okay we'll hugely popular and what it died. About the same time the strategy did and astrology resurfaced again in the in the twentieth century law at towards the end of the End of the nineteenth and it was a was rescued and it was psycho was later. Got psychology added into it but geomancy was not picked up. And that's what i think is great pity. Well that's an interesting point of view when you think about it. Yes but i'd never heard it. That astrology at some point actually died can you. Can you expand a little bit on that. Yeah basically got to the point under the age of enlightenment where people and started to think. Well you know the planets. Don't go around the circle and all that sort of stuff and it was rescued by guy. Quote allen leah. Books are still red. And that's the same sort of the same approach was he. Presented was able to present in the modern way wish appealed to people around that time and it carried on but there was a time where strategy was regarded as pretty bunk the golden dawn all the magic groups or taught her the golden journals. I told the gnc as well but what happens. Is you find that all these things winton to cease to be so popular. Because the sun didn't go round the earth anymore. Yeah sure and leo wherein. Which time do we have to place him. Which years allen. Lee kelly nafta top of my head. I think he's i think he might even beaten late nineteenth century but he might really early twentieth anyway right interesting. I wasn't aware of that really honestly. I mean the st louis things. You don't go deep enough. Thank you for putting us the nose into that. I think it was really really nice to have nick farrell back. Well this was only first part. We're going to hear much more of that. After a little break now and no really good to talk to him and we had a nice time to also india into right so Well i promise you music and here comes and this of course again from that album by crystal in there from that newly released album which is called cross the never and well. The second piece that we play here now is called. I'll be married. good on topic. For an occult cost. isn't it alchemy. Really truly nice sound landscape by chris lindor which we will hear now and after that after that we go directly into the second part of the interview and i have to say something about that chest if you are curious and you suddenly start turning your knobs on your hearing device because about eleven minutes before the end so sunday. The sound changes a little bit There was a little technical issue and the local recording set myself. Read normally do on nick. Sides wouldn't work anymore. And so i had to go to the internet online. Backup that we do. So that's why suddenly the sound quality changes a little bit but it's still very very nice but don't be surprised if that's nothing to do with your computer or your ipad or whatever you use. It is just a problem that we had with the internet when recording right so once again now alchemy by krista lindor and then we go and speak to nick again and as always directly after the end of interview. Desert piece of music by chris lender other skies so now listen to alchemy and.

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"farrell" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

06:32 min | 10 months ago

"farrell" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Bueller like fire framed new album across never by krister linder. Please go to the website and check out this biography and links. It is really worth the discovery. I must say i was extremely surprised to learn about that guy and even more surprised at. He contacted me to gift our house. This music thanks christopher. If you're listening to this so make ferrall is back after more than two years. It's amazing how time flies and actually we in the beginning. Speak about those last two years and also without monte to make kobe on this show at topic of anything but it is still interesting to know how people who are really active in orders in groups and in magic and who are very season that experienced. Like nick ferrell. See those last two years and how they half maybe change the situation and what we learn from it and how we should go on and where that could bring us and so we speak mainly about two topics. I would say two to three topics in his interview. One is the one. I just mentioned. Another one is about not nick's latest book some books he has released and golden dawn and its history and also about changes in magic groups how they effect magic or vice versa. And what is needed. What is not needed very interesting. Very nice to talk to nick about that but of course the main topic was his book that has been released just literally a few days ago so short notice we could do that interview that we are really extremely hot topic here and i don't even have to book yet. I have ordered it but it's still on. Its way so. I i cannot read you what i usually do a few lines from the book but it is about. This book is called star and stone and it is called. He's talking about astrological geomancy which was once the mainstay of the western mystery tradition. A form of divination only match bay astrology at the time for centuries court magicians and others have used to advised crowned heads of europe and all types of matters and then somehow it got lost astrology was also lost but restored to prominence and modernized in the twentieth century jomon remained. It'll tarik curiosity even with groups like the golden dawn not owed have kind of taking it on but they rarely enthusiastically embraced german. See so now. It's about time and a can only if you are interested advise you not only to read that book that you can now get online. At of course link will be indicia nuts but also go maybe to another website which is called the digital ambler. I'm sure many of you know that's websites agreed rips at lot. Lot of occult information but also the guy who is running debt. Sam block is called to diesel ambler. He has Written quite a few top few blockposts and also books about that. Gmc divination so if you're interested you absolutely should go there right so well without further redo. I'd say let's go into that into you. I am at nick again. In italy in rome he was this time. Sometimes you can hear roman sounds from background some serene or police cars. So was really nice. Nice now disturbing adult swim. You are wondering where background sometimes comes from the city of rome and no well. Yes in about thirty minutes as you're used to i'll come back to you. Play another piece music but for the moment. Let's go and meet nick ferrell. Here comes the interview. I'm extremely pleased to have someone back here on the podcast joining small club of commerce onto this podcast nick farrell. Who is with us here tonight. From rome he is in rome at the moment to once again. And hello nick. It's good to have you back back. Knicks bean almost two years. Now that you have been on this show and we had a lovely talk last time and those two years it was november. Twenty nine thousand nine. If i'm right those two years have been in the real world in really full of big events. The world has changed quite a bit. I would say since last two years and we are not going to talk about kobe itself. Of course the old practical mattress. That are touched buddies. But i would like before we go into the other topic that brought us together here today which are two new books that you have recently issued. I would like to get your thoughts on. What does this mean for the magical world spiritual world. We are concerned about. Have you any opinion on that. What did this change in. World behavior mean for us. Magicians i think one of the biggest problems about the changes in the world. So far have been the. July's ation and the polarization of different thought. Where one of the things we've noticed Starting well before the current situation with with trump and all these sorts of things is the polarization of how people forming into tribes and forming into tribes also applies to magic because magicians traditionally have been happy to sit on their own views and say well the others shed but actual fact this is now starting to benefits in the real world. And i think one of the problems we've got now is getting people who are seeing this polarization in the.

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"farrell" Discussed on The View

The View

06:38 min | 11 months ago

"farrell" Discussed on The View

"That was that was shown anywhere saw it on twitter and the crowd was very friendly to him. They were cheering. And it's just been a long time since i've seen him in any kind of setting that wasn't a trump rally where he was. Well received megan fox. The actress talked about him being well received when she talked about attending that there still is a demographic of people which apparently are ufc fans. That still still like him. But i do think these bombshell books. I'm so fatigued with the bombshells. I don't know what to believe or what not to believe. Anything is possible when it comes to president trump. But i do think a lot of the american public specifically republicans are looking more towards a president to santa's situation and looking more towards his possible campaign. And what. I will find intriguing as whether or not trump will put his support behind. Who comes next or if he will end up trying to fight again and we're just going to be at the mercy of baby boomers running for office till the of time and no one of any other generations allowed to be president ever again. Well so far. He is the twenty twenty four a choice for the republican party. At the moment we'll see what happens. I mean i think it would be. I think it would be a horror if he were president again. I mean i don't think the country can survive it just like Like i said but we'll say and we'll be right back still ahead. Colin farrell is sharing his historic journey to the north water and sure an awesome southern. Swing on a flashback. Friday plus tim gunn has a sneak peak at who's making the cut on the new season of the reality competition to find the future of fashion. So you know. The pandemic has made us all reevaluate different aspects of life. And i for one in thrilled that the latest trend in women's fashion as comfort over style for example actress. Gillian anderson who. I love just announced. She's ditching her brassiere for life. Yeah i'd like to do the same thing. I'm gonna donate mine to silla wrestlers but anyway The new york times says says that. Liz this part ladies granny pants are making a comeback. I granted pants. Would i always wear what they're talking about. What is supposed to be different from those the floss that people use what i don't get that. Is this a new trend. Give event of what you say you know. Listen it's not a nutrient for me. I've been wearing granny. Panties says i was in high school. Listen there are. Some of us have body. Parts are ample ample there air. And i'd like it to be covered with fabric and all time so i will pull them up right under mcgraw and just put them on and this is the thing i don't know also the comfort with comfort. Why do women have to be oppressed. The outside world in our bodies have to be oppressed under our clothes. I believe granny panties are amazing. And i'm standing by that statement right. Well they cover you belly right. Meghan they cover the tummy. Which you know you had a baby. I'm sure you've maybe have a little residual. I don't know what you got there. But it's a horror discussing. My body is a horse show. I i wear granny panties. I i one of those people that during i used to wear spanks underneath my outfit or shape wear underneath my outfits for the view before the pandemic and i just went through my closet. 'cause i just moved and i throw them out. I don't. I'm with that. I don't wanna wear this crap anymore. I just this is how my body looks. And if it offends you. That's your problem. And i just. I'm over this over shape. Wear i just wanna be comfortable. And that's how it is now post pandemic. Well good for you. I mean i agree with that. I feel like there are many things that i could do to myself to improve and i don't feel like doing any of them i don't sarah can just say let's set the record straight. You wear a bra. One hour a day at twelve. Oh one taken off. We've been told we we know this. So there's that i'm not. I'm not a great and they say you know when i take my bra off my boobs saying freedom on they can sing. That's another show. Okay but i love a high waisted anything. Because i don't like feeling myself over my pants but the granny panties. I can't get on board with. Because i hate when pani stick out beyond pants. I feel like a plumber that feeling that needs to be below underneath. So i'm just getting on board with those. Those high waisted mom jean things. It's new for me. I'm always about ten years behind. So we're good. And i know what you're going to say because i saw progress. I have gained so much weight and covert right now. I don't even need granny panties. I need like a granny. Circus tent covers me from the neck down. And i keep looking at these sexy panties like these dental losses. I have to pick them out with a pair of tweezers right now. If i tried even tried to put something on like that i mean i could use it as a band-aid maybe but that's about as good as it gets. I'm gonna horrible. But i don't. You agree with me. Like i don't wanna get a facelift. I don't wanna do that. I don't want to get a boob lift. No snow knives coming near me. What else were brassiere. I just don't want any. I wanna get my bottom teeth fixed. Nothing i don't want to do that. Steve is talking what she said. Steve is a lucky man. He's keyboard causes practically want dolly. He's lucky because he's practicing legally blind at this point. He can't see his own and so ally so that's the good things that old husband. Yesterday by the way yesterday was his birthday. I forgot to wish him. And right. thank you. We'll be right back.

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A Look at Farallon Industries

Scuba Shack Radio

06:22 min | 1 year ago

A Look at Farallon Industries

"Couple of months ago. I told you about a guy who dropped off some vintage scuba quip at the shop. One of the regulators was an old poseidon cyclone and that spurred me to segment on poseidon here on the show. I also mentioned that the cyclone was complete with a set of farallon gauges and that there were a pair of farah line fins that were unfortunately torn so they got me thinking about doing some additional research on fairlon and doing a segment here on the show. I gotta tell you. Researching on industries was a bit of a challenge. It was difficult for me to piece the information together. So some of this may be a little bit out of sequence. Let's start at the beginning. Or what i think is the beginning from my research. I believe it was somewhere around. Nineteen sixty nine. That guy named ralph osterhaudt was working on a diver propulsion vehicle or dp that he called the mark one. It seems that this was pretty successful. Product and the us navy decided to purchase two dp marquand from ralph and it appears that that's when he started foulon industries. Farallon is the name of a small group of islands about twenty six miles due west of san francisco. I wasn't familiar with the farallon islands but found out some interesting stuff about them from what i read. They were originally called the islands of the dead by native americans and then given the name farallon meaning cliffs by the spanish. I'm not exactly sure. Why ralph named is company farallon industries. Farallon was based in belmont california which is between san francisco in palo alto on the san francisco bay side. The address was listed as one three three three old country road. But when i google map data address it came up with one three three three county road now. I like to take a look at the street view at these locations to see what it looks like today and today one three three three county road in belmont california looks like a self storage facility. One of the ways that i researched founded on industries was to look back at old trademark registrations impacts when registering a trademark or patent near sometimes a description of the business on one of those registrations the businesses described as as a california corporation producing goods and services for skin and scuba divers equipment namely self-propelled vehicles for transporting scuba divers. Interestingly i saw a fair aligned dp up for auction just yesterday. I think one of their most famous patents was also in early one. It looks like it was around seventy one and that was the shock dart famous because of its uses a prop in nineteen seventy five blockbuster draws the shark dart is described in the patent as a compressed gas injector weapon including parts. Therefore you may also see these come up for auction from time to time and complete rig gets pretty pretty expensive now. There were a whole lot of patent issued to caroline industries in the nineteen seventies. It looks like it looks like there was another row involved with foulon who is also inventor and that was ralph sham champion in an old article that i read who's identified as the president of farah line industries and was listed on a number of different patents. So let's take a look at some of these products in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. It looks like they submitted a patent for a decompression indicating instrument and it said it was an analog computer then in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. They produced a pressure gauge and started to design fins over time. They introduced the farah thin the fahrenheit which was a rechargeable hand-held light and then in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight farallon industries was issued a patent for a pilot regulator that said it incorporated a novel valve assembly in the second stage in the form of a unique main diaphragm valve and a pilot valve assembly. Now i did try to trace. What actually happened to farrell on. There's some indication that it was acquired by a company called tacna. But if you look on the oceanic website they say that. Bob hollis took a big step forward with oceanic when he acquired foulon industries around nineteen seventy six giving oceanic full line of scuba equipment with an innovative line of instrumentation products. I'm not exactly sure when oceanic stop branding their products with the farallon logo. I did find a price list and catalog. from nineteen seventy eight. They're still showed a lot of the farallon. Products including their low profile pragmatic mask their patented molded mouthpiece swim snorkel. The farah light farah fins and all their instrumentation they were also still producing four versions of their diver propulsion vehicle. The mark to the mark sri mark for mark five. Interestingly in that cadillac. I did see that. Both the farallon. An oceanic logos were shown together. And oh by the way you could still get the shark dot and he came in two flavors the magnum supreme in the magnum super. Well i knew. When i started this research on farallon line industries that would be a little more challenging than some of the other companies that i've researched farah line. Industries wasn't around very long but it looks like they did some really interesting

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"farrell" Discussed on The View

The View

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on The View

"Farrell stars as a sailor in the nineteen fifties in the eighteen fifties. Excuse me with a violent streak. Yeah in the new series the north water about an arctic whaling expedition. That goes south when one of the crew is murdered. Take a look sounds exciting. But you see more than your share. Why does this when bother you so much cash because i do not wish to see an innocent man points. You think fat at woman should suffer for another crime. I'm guessing then you think kendricks culprit do think he is for me to say. Please welcome the lovely and talented colin farrell. Hello colin how are you. I'm good joey how you doing. Good morning everyone. Good morning it so You know we'll get to the series of a second. But i wanted to just ask you about this because i heard recently ran your first marathon and finished grace and a very respectable time. I don't know anything about that. But i'm sure it was fun for you even though you had only trained for three months you've finished at a reasonable time. That's good. how did you get into this. I mean why are you doing this all of a sudden running and and what did it feel like. I always cry when i watch a marathon and they crossed the finish line. It brings me to tears. Did it do that for you. Well i brought me to tears for a different reason. Just such pain at that stage books. I did decide that the next type thing i have anything to do with the martha will be just going to the finish line. I'm watching people come across because it was incredibly moving experience speed there with it was five thousand people joy on the day and those everyone every every race every creed every sexual orientation boys girls men women transgender old young. It was an extraordinary kind of canopy of the human experience and them and to see people suffering through the three or four or five hours kind of extraordinary and i was one of them and it was just it was it was beautiful it because the not for this reason but the guy was playing in that film which was a while ago and runs ultramarathons. He doesn't even the twenty six miles that samaritan he does. Hundred mile runs Obviously version of clinically insane. And that's why i started running and it was. It was fun. Yeah and i'll do it again someday. Hey colin i am actually in your home country of ireland right now dublin. To be exact and it's in the people are wonderful honey. When was the last time you were here. And please tell me if you have some recommendations that things i need to see your do or eater in it ever. I have so that you're there. I haven't been home in a year house. And i miss it really at mississippi. I know where you're staying and yeah that sounds very threatening. I know what you're saying. So maybe yes impossible. And you're shooting and wait slow. So you're in a lovely. Unlv parts of dobruna ballsbridge. And i'm jealous that you're there. I'm not but i'm coming home. I'm coming home four weeks. 'cause i'm going to be on the west coast of ireland suggest. Miss me so where's the best place to get a plank right. Quick read pined. Did you ever go to grogan on william street. I'm going now. Grow into the great grogan unsaid street has a great arcos are actually very close to you. As a place called slattery's and dan yet very few for the concierge asked concierge your place to get the slattery's way back when on tuesday evening to have a three piece bonds in there on a say three piece just lots of traditional instruments and it was gorgeous and the fired be leads and yeah i used to love. Slattery's for pint pint. get us in. Slattery's yeah thank you stray from the alcoholic. You're very welcome. Pollen your new series. The north water was filmed on location in the arctic and it holds the distinction of being the only production outside of documentaries ever to film not far north. I hear you saw polar bears off the side of your ship. What was that experience like. It seems incredible. It was extraordinary. Megan yeah it was. I mean in the last twenty years. Doom what i do for living i had the opportunity to see some extraordinary places and meet some extraordinary people and find myself in situations in locales that i would never have been close to it. I have to imagine if it wasn't for acting and this was very extreme version of that. I mean we did find ourselves when i got back to my house. I looked at the at this globe. That my father-in-law bought me am. I looked at it and we were right. I mean if you had you know. Fear of heights wasn't place because we were right on the top of the planet. Five hundred miles from the north pole five weeks on the boats without being on dry land. Three hundred miles from the nearest town on that it was it felt dangerous. It did feel it was very cold those underwear you were talking about earlier on those granny. Fannies found dixie spandex. He type things would come in handy and we were we were. Yeah we were as honest said we were. We were neck to ankle in coverage on layers. Excuse it was really cold and you could feel the buddy kicking into kind of a sense of survival. I wasn't used to feeling buddy you know but it was beautiful beautiful. Those things come an extra large newest. Please send them my way. Okay and on. Imagine if i did. I'd be canceled by lunch. No no no no. I'll stay with you. We have you had no wifi. No cell service which sounds like my house after a big storm For weeks so you kept busy by doing crazy. Things like the so-called polar bear plunge where you jumped almost nude into the frigid water. We got a clip jumping almost neutral. Okay i want to let your viewers.

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"farrell" Discussed on The View

The View

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on The View

"They were cheering. And it's just been a long time since i've seen him in any kind of setting that wasn't a trump rally where he was. Well received megan fox. The actress talked about him being well received when she talked about attending that so there still is a demographic of people which apparently are you have fans. That still still like him. But i do think these bombshell books. I'm so fatigued with the bombshells. I don't know what to believe or what not to believe. Anything is possible when it comes to president trump. But i do think a lot of the american public specifically republicans are looking more towards a president to sanchez situation and looking more towards his possible campaign. And what i will find intriguing is whether or not trump will put his support behind. Who comes next or if he will end up trying to fight again and we're just going to be at the mercy of baby boomers running for office till the end of time and no one of any other generations allowed to be president ever again well so far. He is the twenty twenty four choice for the republican party. At the moment. We'll see what happens. I think it would be. I think it would be a horror if he were president again. I mean i don't think the country can survive it just like like anna said but we'll say and we'll be right back still ahead. Colin farrell is sharing his historic journey to the north water and showing off. Some southern swing. On a flashback. Friday was tim. Gunn has a sneak peak at who's making the cut on the new season of the reality competition to find the future of fashion. So you know. The pandemic has made us all reevaluate different aspects of life. And i for one in thrilled that the latest trend in women's fashion as comfort over style for example actress. Gillian anderson who. I love just announced. She's ditching her brassiere for life. Yeah i'd like to do the same thing. I'm gonna donate mine to silla wrestlers but anyway The new york times says says that. Liz this part ladies granny pants on making a comeback. I granted pants or would i always wear. I don't know what they're talking about. I have what is this supposed to be different from those the floss that people use what i don't get that. Is this a new trend. Give event what do you say this you know. Listen it's nutrient for me. I've been wearing granny. Panties says i was in highschool. Listen there are some of us have parts are ample. I have an ample dairy air. And i'd like it to be covered with fabric at all times so i will pull them up right under wrong and just put them on and this thing. I don't know what the comfort what is wrong. What comfort why do women have to be oppressed outside. World in our bodies have to be oppressed under our clothes. I believe grad are amazing. And i'm standing by that statement right. Well they cover your belly right. Meghan they cover the tummy a baby. I'm sure you've maybe have a little residual. I don't know what you got there. But those discussing my body is horsh show now. I wear granny panties. I i one of those people that during i used to wear like spanks underneath my outfit aboard shape wear underneath my outfits for the view before the pandemic and i just went through my closet because i just moved and i threw them out. I don't. I'm with that i don't wanna wear this crap anymore. I just this is how my body legs and if it offends you. That's your frigging problem. And i just. I'm over this over shape. Where i just wanna be comfortable. And that's how it is now post pandemic. Well good for you. I mean i agree with that. I feel like there are so many things that i could do to myself to improve and i don't feel like doing any of them sarah. Just let's set the record straight. You wear a bra. One hour a day at twelve. Oh one taken off. We've been told we we know this. So there's that i'm not. I'm not a great and they say you know when i take my bra off my my boobs saying freedom Freedom can sing. That's another okay. But i love a high waisted anything because i don't like feeling myself over my pants but the granny panties i can't get onboard with because i hate when pani stick out beyond pants. I feel like a plumber. I don't like that feeling that needs to be below underneath so they get to hikes pants. I'm getting on board with those. Those high waisted mom jean things. It's new for me. I'm always about ten years behind. So we're good anna. I know i know what you're going to say. Because i've we've been clocking progress. I have gained so much weight and covert right now. I don't even need granny panties. I need like a granny. Circus tent covers me from the neck down. I keep looking at these sexy panties like these dental floss. I'd have to pick them out with a of tweezers now. If i tried to put something on like that. I mean i could use it as a band-aid made me. But that's about as good as it gets. I'm gonna meals horrible but you know but don't you agree with me like i don't want to get a facelift. I don't wanna do that. I don't wanna get a boob lift. No snow knives are coming near me. What else and. I don't want to wear a brassiere. I just don't want any..

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"farrell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Never had read anything or being offered anything. Like that was as cruel and and that that was his brutal on yet. Alterly- lacked compunction or any kind of awareness are our desire to investigate his behavior. He was just an animal of pure instinct and it was a very different time in in the in the kind of evolution of man as a quote unquote questionable man as civilization onto himself. So you know it didn't. The piece was very brutal. And i was just curious as to how it would all play out for those that have seen the trailer or a little bits of it. I mean it's hard to kind of like give a sense of it but yes. It's all on the screen and it's not you know. This is not made avatar style in a box much. Love that kind of stuff too but light but you know. Imagine being on whaling expedition in eighteen fifties hardship as a as as that entails and then being stuck on it with maybe like the worst possible human being. it's like being with daniel. Plain view of there will be blood on average basically. Yeah i mean just. Yeah i was gonna say i mean you said like he he. He operates instinct. He embraces his animal. Instincts he doesn't seem to be as well as the lion's paw talking about you know laws being just one thing that manchus a suits over another the dirt. There is definitely kind of a his own little hard boiled On what aning of life is an what man's purpose on this planet is but as far as he's concerned he's he's unapologetically nihilistic where he doesn't find any kind of spiritual meaning of the existence of mandate is just mad as an animal that has certain desires certain terrorists uncertain physical emotional or psychological physical needs and he must be allowed pursue them at all times without any hesitation. Are our apology and so to play the cards liberating. It was so dark in the age. I wonder it's you know what would do to my mood but it was. It was actually in any if anything. I always artifice. Senate is always fiction and we always have the the knowledge of god no matter how deep you are into something always at least a third i. That is aware that there's cameras aim crew and so so i was kind of giving carte blanche to experience the dream of this creature and it was. It was so much fun. I i really enjoy playing them as brew as much as i would like to have coffee with them. Which i wasn't stalking cabin with them or on a boat for months. But it was the the the the cruelty and brutality of that industry of the whaling industry. And the kind of the kind of complimentary behavior of the of demand as as their designs in in our piece that pursued that as a living. I dunno what stephen. Graham's tartus has a one stage where the where the refugees of civilization i think is what he calls the man in that kind of made if not poetic made a certain type of very real sense. 'cause there's a brutality that they live in and all around where obviously when the presume their livelihood. It's incredibly incredibly beautiful brutal. An incredibly inhumane. But even when they're on dry land living lives that are morally questionable. A best. buy by the time you get to set them curious because you obviously have a bunch of choices you can make in preparation and then a lot of that. You probably often throw out the window because it kinda changes in the environment of the other actors and the director but like in the case of something like this. I need put on some weight. You obviously have facial harry of the voice that there are things that the couture that make up this character. Do you do. Does that change when you get on set on day. One that with andrew. Your director says like oh wait. I didn't think he was going to sound like that creek. What happens with. I was at a bit of a is honestly. I was at a bit of a loss. I've struggled a bit to find his foist and them in the book. He's i dunno sabotage. Read the book. I can't remember shears back now. If it's ever defined exactly where he's from. I think he might have been a yorkshireman. So i was gonna do kind of a version of yorkshire done. I worked at the dialect on that. And then there was this other hodgepodge that i ended up leaning more into but i literally. I literally brought andrew into my cabin on the boats about a week before we started shooting. And i said these are the two sounds. I was medicine eastern uncertainty. But i literally. I i didn't know and i thought okay i can. I can take a shot myself. I can just put my ego to the side and asked the directors to come in and kind of audition for the direction away mean. Obviously i the part These two different almost different dialects are are different tones for him and we both decided on so that was one kind of very clear stage of evolution for me that was unanswered until about seven days before we started shooting and all the actors did their own individual work as actors do and then. We didn't not too much time to rehearse foot. Everyone was so extraordinary and that just came together. It all felt very natural. I mean i done some physical work of course in the time we got up there. We just andrew created such an environment that was so conducive to work and it was all very brutal and very raw and the body was kicking into survival mode and we just the days were long and hard in a really lovely way we would get it would be dark. We've watched the sunrise. Three hundred sixty degrees. There was no land for hundreds of miles. Just the ice caps. As far as i can see a movie disembark the boat and stand on a piece of three foot deep ice over hundreds of meters of cold. Dark waldron shoes until the sun started to saxon. We chase the license shoot until it was pretty dark and And then we were fucked by the end of every day. We're so tired. The body had been fighting to maintain core temperature for twelve hours. And we would have our dinner and lots usually drink. And i listen to the most eras sober johnson Downstairs in unprepared up there. And then i was right beneath the ripening. The bar cruel irony goes the christmas house taunting. I've seen repair dance with most essential. It really was it was work. Sleep east was works. Thebeat for five weeks and i loved it. I don't say it was monastic. But there was a kind of simplicity that was just a vine to just inhabits you know no no no cell phone service no cell phone service. No cell service no emails. None of the usual upscale with daily it was just all given absolute permissions just really inhabit this world to be together and to just really be together and create this kind of communal experience as i said of carry with me for all my days it was very profound work. Sleep a work sleep work. Eat polar bear plunge to fit that in somewhere. Didn't you you had to. I don't know if i would have had there but you did it. How did it go. How did everyone. I think everyone kind of did it was amazing. It was it was brutally. It was really really shocking. I mean i thought. Because i was i was a large and i put on. I put on weight very fast. So my concern being somewhat of a hypochondriac at times was was i going to tax so i would think i would think of the added. Girth would help a little bit with. I i was well installations as far as the old wells as wednesday to put the shock that we pour l. ticker experience as soon as i hit that water money list through while never forget us yet. I almost blacked out. I almost went into some kind of survival mode where i can't grasp the memory of it at the same time. Yeah if you look at the video you're not rebelling in the you're not like leno and see house last. I try and get somebody if you look at the video you see this. Errand finger commenced the shots. And i think somebody was pointing outward and saints. Swim out more. No fucking way. I was doing i both. I think i might have said mama. Mommy when i when i surfaced it was it was terrifying. Actually This is your first Back into the television world..

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"farrell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Said confused the check it out. You will not be disappointed okay. I think that's enough plugs for now. Let's get to the main event of the delightful. Mr colin farrell joining me from los angeles on a brief break between projects To hype up his new one the north water on amc and amc. Plus here's me and colin farrell no pomp and circumstance but am very pleased to welcome mr colin farrell. Back to the podcast. It's just like totally normal. Just two dudes in weird boxes on our screens. Talking exactly could to see a man. Thank you for letting the siphon its most remote form for us e folk yet straight. It's strange it's still a strange. I mean it's nice to see that the world returning to some sense of normality. But then it's of this this thing in the delta various and it's just relentless really you know god what a year it's been you know we've been riding waves here in. New york was insane at start than everybody gets their turn. La had their turn. It's been a while as as we say. We're starting to get back to some kind of when i left here. Just did a film in a film in australia. I was there for four months. And that was a godsend because as you probably know. Australia new zealand really. They did the hard work they figured. You know he did are they. Just did the hard work and they did what they needed to do. There was a sense of kind of the sense of conformity which is needed you know and there was not. The people were happy that they had to look. The people. were happy that they had to wear masks. They did what they needed to do. And they showed it down. I mean there's a few outbreaks. But when i arrived into the gold coast about five months ago. Now i remember the first two breaks to outbreaks two cases of covid in brisbane on it was front page news to case of code in brisbane on. I taught a fucking kidding me to ovid in my living room. You know back in los angeles. So when i left here five months ago this was this place was like many parts of the world was totally closed down. People were suffering. Psychologically as well. I mean you know the mental health of so many people as has been put under great strain over the last year and a half to be there to arrive in australia. It was a nervous at first. It was amazing. We had this really covert free experience for four months and then coming back here by two or three weeks go back and and it was great to see that the world was a as i say returning to a greater sense of openness and you know less and less fair and self but what a year it's been in so many ways socially it just been so trying to twenty describe the stuff in australia. I feel like a for for those of us. In the states we were watching like the cast of four and other things like kind of living like the old world like we were. We had are like nose pressed up against the glass like a look. Humanity still exist exciting. See no so. You've got a taste of that totally. I mean to be able to end. It is one of those things where you know enforcing human beings. Oftentimes don't appreciate the things that we have on children lost etc. It was one of those things. I mean the idea of going and sitting in a coffee shop when i got straight and having a cup of coffee was was borderline emotional. I saw moved here again. It was it was pretty special fee able to shake someone's hand. Give someone a hug when you see them. We ship so. Are you in the middle of work right out in l. a. What are you out known. And i've just back now just catching up with life. And i'm only home. It's a. It's a quick turnaround. Quick turnaround that i would like to advocacy. But i leave for a need for ireland's in by four weeks to do a gig with martin mcdonagh's again rose with. I saw that listed. I was gonna ask. If it's it's coming to fruition you and brendan getting back together in the back together. I think barry cogan is going to be worked with Tastic so yeah. It'll be great man on the shooting on the west of script is obviously you're talking about martin's always this way but it's extraordinary and so unusual a looking forward to that but but between now and then just catching so so the last time we chatted. We were talking about dumbo to the breadth. The that the fact that you contain multitudes because now in the north water you my friend are playing the animal that men fear you are you are the this guy's fascinated talked me. There are different reasons to take on projects. And i very much enjoyed this one that i can only imagine from your perspective. There's the content of this part there but there's also the adventure of making a movie and this seems tv series. This seems like just an expedition. Like no other that you could take part in. Yeah it was. It was it was. It was really look in the twenty years of doing this for eleven. I've ridden horses for the desert in morocco. I've dived in this part of the world have done various things in places that i never really imagined are assaulted. I arrive asked to be five hundred miles from the north pole and and about three hundred miles from any civilization on three ships for five weeks. Shooting on ice floes and shooting on the boat was extraordinary to be surrounded by polar bear which we were reported spotting is regularly on. It was very humbling. An all inspiring and it was also quite hostile But it was we all of us together. You know every time every now and then you find yourself doing films in an experience with people and if the experience extreme enough this kind of an unspoken understanding that only you you people that are there at that moment and you alone will have the shared experience. That will take you to the rest of your days and this is one of those. I mean it was really very moving. It was very moving to be somewhere. That wasn't in any way. Poisoned the clutter of man. Yup you know the things that go on in cities you know. Cities being primarily of course a dream of mine and then a a realization of that dream with varying degrees of success in appalling degrees of failure as well. All that was gone. It was just. We were at the whim of of a very role on a very brutal and a very ancient nature and it was really humbling and it was really profound to be there and i just loved it on. I dream of going back to a dream of going back there. And there's a there's a simplicity to the place that just allows for so much of your own experiences human being on your own realizations that you are nothing. You are a smell can. You can't live like you respect because you have a wife and you have children and you have to make a livelihood and you have dreams that you wish to pursue but at the end of the day our lives as humans if we're lucky to eighty ninety our lives as humans are so brief and we are a suspect in the grand scheme of things and sometimes you know to feel that is not to feel am is not to kind of underplay the importance of your life at all. It's to actually be invited into capitalizing on the short time that you have on this planet on the capitalizing of that short time might just be to realize how lucky you are to make the trip. I say that is a very fortunate person who was brought into the world's in a particular way and has had the experiences that i've had. But i think for all of us for sam sproule and jack o'connell and seem raymond under hague on all the other actors and all the crew. Well we all share the this kind of uncommon experience together up north and it was really governor andrew for insisting that we did the five weeks up there as far as drastic archer went..

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"farrell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy second colin farrell takes on a dark adventure with the north water. Plus talk of a- batman. Hey guys. I'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Said confused well. They don't come much more talented and charming. The mr colin farrell. This guy is great. I love talking to him. He of course was on the podcast. Not so long ago this was it was definitely pre pandemic. We talked for dumbo speaks to the the breadth of his work. Right there from a disney live action adventure to the darkest of tales a whaling expedition in the eighteen fifties. Yeah that's that's the diversity of a career right then and there But this is. This is a great shot. I i love talking to colin farrell. He is honest and sweet and noces movies and checks all the boxes. This catch up As i said the main reason for it was to get the word out on the north water which is a six part limited series. This is based on a bestselling book. Besley novel i should say as i said it takes place in eighteen fifty s in the arctic. They shot this for real on location. In extreme circumstances and it is all up on the screen It stars colin alongside. Very talented jack. O'connell and the character that colin portrays in this. Well it doesn't get much darker than henry. Drax animalistic instinctual Nasty gentlemen you do not want to be anywhere with let alone on a whaling expedition in the eighteen fifties. Trust me But this This project is well worth your time. It is on amc and amc plus the first episode depending on when you hear this is probably out. By now july fifteenth eight went into when it premieres and as i said at six episodes in all well worth your time this was also a good excuse to catch up on a great number of things. Klinsmann busy he ran his first marathon. He just completed working with ron howard on a film. He teas that he's about to go. Start working with the great martin mcdonagh. They're going to re team which thrilled about they. Of course of works. Let's see together on in bruges and seven psychopaths And now another film. Including i think he said brendan gleeson and barrick yoga. Who is also a big fan of so. That's coming but of course. I couldn't let colin go without talking a bit about the batman colin stars in the batman the penguin oswald kabul pot. So yes there is some batman. Talk this and stuff. I hadn't heard about That i think is going to make some news. So if you're here for the batman talk you will not be disappointed. Plus we talk comfort. Movies and colin chose a great one a great romantic comedy from the eighties. Yes we're talking to see so this episode has it all In addition let's the other things to mention well of you probably now seen black widow whether you've seen it in theaters or on disney plus My conversation with scarlett johansson at florence pews up on. Mtv news youtube page that was a delight. People seem to be digging that Also got some great response from my extended conversation with henry cavill for which were con- yes. They invited me. Henry invited me to chat with him. As kind of like the big event of which are con- which was this deep dive. Geeky conversation with henry about all things which are and just his His interesting gaming and fantasy. And as i've said before he's the real deal he loves the stuff and it shows through in this conversation. And i'm so thrilled. You guys seem to be digging it. That is on. Let's see. I put it on my instagram page. Like if you go instagram on link tree and check it out there or if you just go to youtube search which her and recoverable It's probably the first thing that will come up that forty five minute. Conversation with henry cavill What else oh. Here's the big thing i need to mention. There's a new game night up on patriot on brand new game night and we have a returning going to returning champion. He's not a champion but we love him nonetheless. Sam hugh returns to game night alongside jamie alexander. Of course you know from spot. And the thor films and karen gillan who we know and love from doctor who and shoe monje and her new film gunpowder milkshake..

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Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet

The Book Review

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet

"This is john williams in hammett. Her eighth novel maggie o'farrell imagines the life of william shakespeare. His wife anne hathaway or agnes and the life and death of one of the couple's children hamlet who died at eleven fifteen ninety six in o'farrell's novel. He died of the plague. And the book imagines the impact that this event might have had on arguably shakespeare's greatest play hamlet. Hamlet won the national book critics circle award for fiction and it was named by the new york times book review as one of its ten best books of twenty twenty with the editors calling it a bold feat of imagination and empathy and magill. Farrell is here to talk about it from edinburgh. Hi how you doing. i'm good. What do we know historically. That's in this novel. How bearer the bones that you were working with when you sat down well i they expire himself is quite a shadowy figure. There's an awful lot about him. We don't know despite the very best efforts of the world's most brilliant scholars and shakespearean academics. So it is mysterious. You know we only have six examples of his signature which is spelt differently so there are lots of lawmakers and gaps in his story. If we think we know very little about him we know even less about his wife. The woman weeping told to call anne hathaway and his children. We only hamlet himself. The boy is lucky if he gets possibly to mentions in these big biographies of shakespeare them night and he was born and they mentioned that he died in fifteen ninety six. But i see i mean to be honest. That is all we do know about little. Unfortunately

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Las Vegas Raiders Draft Alex Leatherwood

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Las Vegas Raiders Draft Alex Leatherwood

"It's heidi here with sam gordon and we're gonna get into what happened. Here with the raiders at number seventeen in the nfl draft. Sam alex leatherwood offensive linemen from alabama selected. Seventeen for the. Las vegas raiders. What was your initial reaction. Because i know heidi first and foremost great to be here. I had a great time in cleveland. So far it's been a heck of an experience. Glad you're here With said In terms of your question definitely surprised right definitely surprised Not surprising right tackle. i Continued to voice leading up to the draft. I thought right tackle away to go was an obvious. Need in the offense of line of ministry of this team despite its it's consistent struggles. Last year's the offensive line was a pretty reliable unit and lot of turnover tram. Browns gone just going to be some reshuffling move out gave jackson you move out and you knew there was going to have to be some adjustments made and there was a glaring hole the right tackle and they went with right tackle so i they feel the need but just now player. I thought they'd fill that need with and you look at how the board was shaking out. Thought christian dare saw. I was going to be big especially considering what his grade was. And and and where. The raiders were picking. He wasn't now that said just because alex leatherwood is a surprise and we didn't expect him to be there doesn't mean he won't be a good player but it feels like more often than not the raiders. Under jon gruden. Mike mayock have reached for players that they could have gotten later and are maximizing the value of their first round picks damon are net in twenty twenty was a good example. That and even cleveland farrell. Who's a very good player by the way in the top five and twenty nineteen so a couple so with that in mind. I think alex leatherwood at trend. But the jury's still out on how good he's going to be i think he has a lot of potential beauge player was an all american big-time film comes from a big time program and he's gonna get his opportunity to prove mike. Megan jon gruden ryan look. I want to be optimistic about this. But i think there were other guys that were on the board. That had a lot of potential. And the raiders did go out here and they went out on a limb

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Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

The World

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

"Over the weekend, 22 royal mummies were transported from their old home the Egypt Museum and reach their new home in Cairo at the Jess Open National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Transfer mummies. They didn't just put them on a flatbed truck. No. Farrell's Golden Parade was a multi million dollar event on Saturday night, downtown Cairo seemed like a set for a Cecil B de Mille extravaganza. Special dramatic lighting performers in ancient Egyptian costumes, horse drawn chariots and, of course, that stars of the show 22 mummies. The 18 kings and four ancient queens were transported in nitrogen filled boxes fitted with shock

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Protests in Los Angeles' Echo Park Lake as it plans to close for repairs

All Things Considered

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Protests in Los Angeles' Echo Park Lake as it plans to close for repairs

"Today we take you to echo Park Lake where people are out, protesting the park's impending closure there trying Tomo fence this place up and kick the homeless. Ciao instead of facing Actual problem, which is that we don't have affordable housing, you know? S so we're just here to support and we just want them to feel safe and secure. Know that they have a place to go at night and you don't have a place to sleep. And I just hope that always being here will show that They have value to us. You know, they're part of our community. The reports are that tomorrow, city officials plan to remove the remainder of people in tents who are still at Echo Park Lake and then temporarily fence it off and closed the park for repairs. KCRW reporter Anna Scott is at Echo Park Lake. She joins me right now. Hey, Anna. Hey, Steve. What's going on over there? What? What is the scene Been like it the park today. Yes. So early this morning, There was probably a couple 100. People gathered here. Protesters like the woman that you just heard from some one house. Residents of the park who are still here. Intense. Gathered up, had a little rally at the park, and then they walked over a couple blocks away to the office of Mitch O'Farrell, the City Council member who represents this area and has been planning the closure. As the morning has gone on, things have quieted down were speaking around mid day and things are really quiet. There aren't a ton of people here, but the thing that everybody is kind of waiting for is for City workers at some point, probably from the Bureau of Sanitation to show up and post notices officially formally giving 24 hour notice about the park closing. Anyone who lives near Echo Park, Anna or hers has driven by Probably noticed all the tenants surrounding the lake. The number has grown dramatically in the past year. Given the pandemic. How many people are there now? It's really hard to say just from walking around today I am guessing maybe a couple dozen something like that. There's far more tense than there are people. I walked the perimeter of the late just a little while ago and there's tents all the way around. Lake probably close to 200 tents pretty densely packed but many fewer people. Mitchell Farrell's office says that in the weeks and months leading up to this, they've moved more than 100 people into temporary hotel rooms and into shelters. And just in the last couple of days, officials with the L. A homeless services authorities say that they've moved about 50 people since Monday into temporary hotel rooms at the city is renting through the project room key program. Um the Oklahoma Services Authority actually has a table set up right now. Right across the street, and there's a couple of shuttle Busses lined up at the curb, so there's still continuing to try to get people into hotels s O. It's not super crowded right now. But there are still a number of people on house people here at the

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"farrell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Chris Farrell for CBS 12 News, and I start to our Wednesday There is some patchy fog again, mainly inland areas. Fall will be lifting out by 9 A.m. mostly sunny, nice and warm of the hide a 82 light Southeast win tonight Clear Mile Low 68 for Thursday some morning fog that mostly sunny warm again behind her 82 range has 20% paid Florida prepaid plan. So the tax for you risk free stress free way to save for college starting at just $45 a month. Open enrollment is happening now enrolled for free in any floor defied 293 Think plan Now through February, 28th Listen every day at 8 A.m. and eight PM when Sonny wonders of the nine totally goes back to the eighties with the eighties and eight because nobody plays more music from the eighties since Sonny one of 79. Oh, this'll. 63 whatever missions, Homie, Remember 10. E gonna be in it and when she woke up Squeeze. Hmm. Mm hmm. Uh oh, God. I'm sorry to say. Thanks. Thisted, What have you done? Little sister Who's the only one Hey, sister. Who's your Superman? A little sister. The one you want alien sister shotgun last day. Started. It's a nice day for a live wedding. It's a nice day to start again. My little sister reason your sister. What's your advice? This is shot down over here in the system. Use your super brain. Insist. Shop down, Master. Started. It's a nice day for a white wedding. It's not ST Take it out. Take it back home to what have you done? I'll let you know. Nice day for a white wedding. It's a nice day two started. Wow. It's nothing in this world. There's nothing.

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"farrell" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"And I've got some information on my website as well. That explains the importance of the name of the company to me. and then also linked in I've got my. Business, profile my company profile. But primarily, my activities on my personal profile Cynthia Farrell, and that's where I share my podcast episodes as well and it's also those are available in all the mainstreaming players to awesome in its this is how we latest podcast check that out so. And the final question that I always close with our what three pros wisdom do you? WanNa to leave with our audience today. Oh I. Love this question and I have. Probably more than three because I am obviously storyteller on. The three that I've really come to me over the past, a handful of years which had been so transformative are one. Admit when you don't know something and ask for help, there is so much power. In saying I don't know they need help To. Ask Better. Questions. I am a storyteller trade I'm a talker. I I always say a coach I am very much the advice giver but in order to connect with people, you have to want to get to know them and it's about asking better questions and saying we'll tell me more about that and those are my that's actually a question. But those are my three favorite words. Tell me more tell me more and I have heard the most amazing stories from people that. You know you would never get to if you just went into it to tell your own story and asked the surface questions. And then my third pearl of wisdom and this is has become my mantra. The pass champion of years. The outcome you think you want isn't necessarily the outcome you need. ooh, I, love that one. Cami and I that all goes back to if I got that promotion. I wouldn't have moved to my new company right I wouldn't have gotten promoted Mike. I wouldn't have got an exit package when my company you know separated me and I wouldn't be sitting here in Colorado, which is a dream that my husband and I had had for over a decade. That's awesome. So awesome well, Cynthia it is such a pleasure to feature you today I. Love All your stories I love the work that you're doing. So honored to have you as a client and Thank you for joining us to an extraordinary women radio. Tammy, thank you so much. It's such an honor to be on here in to be in partnership with all the other amazing women that you.

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"farrell" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"Back in April and interviewed a series of leaders on how they're leading in this crazy year we call twenty twenty. She's just kicked off her second season. She's been on an impressive journey and you will be inspired by this woman doing great things in the world. Let's meet Cynthia Farrell. But welcomed. Extraordinary Women Radio. Cynthia. Thanks so much Cami. It's great to be here. I'm so excited to talk to you. It's it's so much fun. Watching you this year you are rocking your business you have your I'm having so much from watching you blossom. You've grown a sixty acre plus business in less than a year and it's so extraordinary I. Love Love Love having you as a client. Thank you so much. It's been It's been quite an unexpected journey. It's been fantastic and I'm so glad I made the leap into being a sulphur Noor and just really grateful that I've had the opportunity to be one of your clients and learn from you and also from the others in our mastermind group I know the the just the knowledge that's in that group in that circle is just incredible. So that's always fun. So, one thing I know is that you really do the work. Right you make the connections what have you learned in this first year of being an entrepreneur. I had to step into being really uncomfortable with. Those awkward moments in those situations, which is not a space that I embrace. I mean I am a complete extrovert I love being with the all all of this kind of being an isolation in Argentina is really difficult because I get my energy from other people and from that interaction in person, interaction. And at the same time, I do not do well when I just walk into a giant room of you know thirty, forty, fifty however many people that I don't know I am very comfortable in smaller groups eight ten people and I think that's because I make close connections that way I can really have those. Close interactions with people really quickly. But in large groups, I feel very intimidated and I think there's a lot of reasons for that and I just had to learn that I had to get over that and as I've had the opportunity when I moved out to Denver I was because I just moved out here a little over a year ago from Minnesota I didn't have a network out here and I have an amazing network in Minnesota. So I had to be very thoughtful about reaching out to people and asking for help and saying Hey I'm moving i. Don't have network. This was even before I decided to go off on my own. So at that point I'm like, okay do I wanNA find another corporate job? Why need network with individuals in the corporate arena? And what I found was that when I reached out and ask for help, people were very willing very happy to introduce me to people and I would reach out and say you know, Hey, I'm looking to not just looking to build my network and get to know the business environment in the Colorado market get to know some more people understand what industry looks like out here in people were very willing to share my not their knowledge with me, and then I found myself getting invited to industry events, networking events and I took as much advantage of that as as possible even though like I said, it was very uncomfortable very awkward for me..

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"farrell" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"farrell" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"Extraordinary women friends I am just back from make fabulous two weeks in Oregon spending time with my family on the beach such a beautiful reset and space to connect into my heart and soul ocean tyne is my thing for sure. . I am so thrilled to introduce you to one of my extraordinary clients should the feral today ship? ? The has been on unimpressive journey as she is shaking up the world of culture and leadership with her legacy leadership were. . In our interview today, , she shares her leadership journey that she's taken, , which has made her the leader she is and is the foundation of her legacy leadership framework. . She believes legacy that you lead in an organization is just as important as what you accomplish while you are there, , she launched her podcast. . This is how we lead conversations with legacy leaders back in April and interviewed a series of leaders on how they're leading in this crazy year we call twenty twenty. . She's just kicked off her second season. . She's been on an impressive journey and you will be inspired by this woman doing great things in the world. . Let's meet Cynthia Farrell. . But welcomed. . Extraordinary Women Radio. . Cynthia. . Thanks so much Cami. . It's great to be here. . I'm so excited to talk to you. . It's it's so much fun. . Watching you this year you are rocking your business you have your I'm having so much from watching you blossom. . You've grown a sixty acre plus business in less than a year and it's so extraordinary I. Love . Love Love having you as a client. . Thank you so much. . It's been <hes>. . It's been quite an unexpected journey. . It's been fantastic and I'm so glad I made the leap into being a sulphur Noor and just really grateful that I've had the opportunity to be one of your clients and learn from you and also from the others in our mastermind group I know the the just the knowledge that's in that group in that circle is just incredible. . So that's always fun. . So, , one thing I know is that you really do the work. Right . you make the connections what have you learned in this first year of being an entrepreneur. . I had to step into being really uncomfortable with. . Those awkward moments in those situations, , which is not a space that I embrace. . I mean I am a complete extrovert I love being with the all all of this kind of being an isolation in Argentina is really difficult because I get my energy from other people and from that interaction in person, , interaction. . And at the same time, , I do not do well when I just walk into a giant room of you know thirty, , forty, , fifty however many people that I don't know I am very comfortable in smaller groups eight ten people and I think that's because I make close connections that way I can really have those. . Close interactions with people really quickly. . But in large groups, , I feel very intimidated and I think there's a lot of reasons for that and I just had to learn that I had to get over that <hes> and as I've had the opportunity when I moved out to Denver I was because I just moved out here a little over a year ago from Minnesota I didn't have a network out here and I have an amazing network in Minnesota. . So I had to be very thoughtful about reaching out to people and asking for help and saying Hey I'm moving i. . Don't have network. . This was even before I decided to go off on my own. . So at that point I'm like, okay , do I wanNA find another corporate job? ? Why need network with individuals in the corporate arena? ? And what I found was that when I reached out and ask for help, , people were very willing very happy to introduce me to people and I would reach out and say you know, , Hey, , I'm looking to not just looking to build my network and get to know the business environment in the Colorado market get to know some more people understand what industry looks like out here in people were very willing to share my not their knowledge with me, , and then I found myself getting invited to industry events, , networking events and I took as much advantage of that as as possible even though like I said, , it was very uncomfortable very awkward for me. . I had to stop into that space of awkwardness and To the point where and I was just sharing this with you. . The other day I was at an event last summer, , and one of the people that I've met had said Oh you should go talk to Joe her. . Well, there's , really no good on opera way to do that. . So I went. . And I said I'm Joe so Jennifer said that I should meet you and so I'm just gonNA come over here and be really awkward about it and introduce myself to you. . And I think that level of vulnerability that willingness to be really honest about how awkward it was I mean he laughed and it broke the ice and we ended up having a great conversation and so that approach of just being willing to lean into the awkwardness whether it's been making connections for work for my business for you know the nonprofit that I'm working without here in. . Even with building friendships out here, , right it's just been something that I've embraced and I have reaped the benefits of it thousandfold

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"farrell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"farrell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Chris Farrell this story is so Vaast so many characters bad guys a couple of good guys let's talk about perhaps the the when it comes to non government officials of people who are not part of the US government the key figure has to be crystal still absolutely a former British MI six officer tell us everything we need to know about who this person is and what he did sure four former MI six or secret intelligence service there are the UK's who goes into private business with the consulting firm he is contracted by fusion GPL when he was at my six had served in Moscow correct but in been sometime since the depression there which is remarkable because somebody especially as the Arian knowledge and expertise normally keeps us contact saliva that was not the case with them none the less he is contracted by fusion GPS have a bike on Simpson which is an opposition research firm there been contracted by Hillary Clinton's law firm at the DNC law from Perkins Corey us if you want the money back it goes from Russian operatives on the ground there are two Christopher still Christopher still fusion GPS reasons your PS that the law firm of the DNC in Ellery Clinton and then comes out of the coffers of Hillary Clinton and the answer is if you want Russian collusion if you want you're an American cash going to the Russians from a political party correct to the Russian propaganda agent rise to generate a phony fake hoax to smear the political power which James called me under oath had said was verified and salacious correct and what is the purpose of the so called dossier so this this this opposition researchers concocted with Russian input on the Christopher steals how much you get paid millions millions A. N. at at least eleven payments that we've document from the F. B. I. as as a confidential human source but from the DNC yeah a jeep if use GPS it's at least twelve billion dollars right which means he's getting paid double for his work you get it right great work you know fictional research and then you're getting the FBI and who to pay for you what is the purpose of the dossier Chris to smear the president estates to destroy him as a candidate to destroy the transition and then once one is president to unlawfully overthrow the outcome of an election enunciate a present how is it used by the Obama DOJ an FBI well it you know it it's it's like this is part of the seditious conspiracy and that's why president Obama needs to be under oath we'll get we'll get Hillary tomorrow with president Obama's lead I'll still be here FOR six runs a lot of people for a treason and all this other stuff okay sedition is when you are actively conspiring to undermine the government correct if it is beyond just sort of you know what non compliance or civil disobedience this is an effort to destabilize the lawfully elected government that states it's much more sinister it's much more dangerous it's in city estimates if this is a is a clandestine effort to to destabilize and to unseat a lawfully elected government it's a crime so this propaganda package is taken by DOJ FBI it signed off of the highest level including I think McCabe and Rosenstein correct to acquire or the warrant correct FISA warrants against the among others Carter page and Papadopoulos but realize in the meanwhile Christmas feels going around shopping this information he's giving it to analysts is Yahoo news side of a case of the McCain staffer as for this is that for too you know spread around smeared around as much as humanly possible to create as much in a sort of a whisper campaign a whole wave should you here to build momentum right to build a drumbeat within washing DC that Hey yeah this is horrible and we have the good son trump it's a complete fiction right it's a total lie but at a hell of a lot of money and effort was put into it that's for sure and then the wrong guy with us correct all trump wins right so they need what we need a plan B. exactly and so in that case we shift over to the world of Bruce or his wife Nellie lower okay this is essential totals about the who is Bruce or and what is this thing three oh two right so three oh two years Nephi I Sir it's like an investigative a memorandum for records of the notes you take often interview and her application correct so they're like in a similar view of the agents take their own notes it's great to go back to the office they're supposed to within twenty four to forty eight hours generate a report on the or three or two a written one week two weeks three weeks after the fact and then not posted to the file full for three four weeks after the fact this is the writing this looking for twenty twenty hindsight and they're trying to they're papering up historically something that happened weeks months ago and so that's part of the also kind of a see why a maneuver but I mean who's Bruce holes were so he's one of the most senior individual number four on the DOJ rack them before and who is his wife Nellie Nelly is a open source intelligence researcher who has a PhD in Russian history would work look who work for the CIA it there there are over open source arm as a contractor I believe she works for fusion GPS when Simpson and she's compiling information and doing spreadsheets on open source press reports rumors roommates rumor intelligent right room and and then the course the skill dossier she's feeding this information to your husband and out your book the department justice is a very rigid hierarchy when you have the guys the number four persons justice department in charge of organized crime drug enforcement task force close to death they call it it's all the drug trafficking cartel stuff he's going across two or three lanes and briefing down into the FBI on an issue that has been done on the resort correct but it's all stuff his wife is feeding to and then at one point playing opposition research from a private company with wife works across another laying in his agency because he wants to her Donald Trump correct and at one point he even gives the F. B. I. N. fund drive of all his wife's work except the strip the header the the the the the eleven to a letter head off the thing saying fusion GPS just given the narrative text come across how do we get to the.

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"farrell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"farrell" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Chris Farrell CBS news Thursday. Whether but Wendy very gusty winds today northeast at twenty Gus casually. Twenty-five otherwise mostly sunny with a high of eighty five only in isolated shower. Tonight, slow seventy-five Friday. Also mostly sunny, but still quite windy, gusty winds again Friday with a high of eighty five and only isolated shower. They were so ill prepared. An frayed actually say how they pay for him for structure. They were unable that they looked through away to back out. Oh, I love the spin. Oh, that's why the president walked out of the meeting with the Democrats on the infrastructure situations. You have said this for now years, nobody circles the wagons and stays on copy point like the Democrats though, because they're all saying started with dick Durbin this morning, said and now Chucky Schumer is saying the whole thing was premeditated. How of course that he said this on MSNBC it's like, man, they get out there talking points at his fraudulent, as they are they stick to promptly early that morning. They concocted this temper tantrum any walked out, but it doesn't look good for him to anyone, but his hard core base, and even some of them are going to start saying he's not getting anything done. This is how they're spinning thing. This is they accuse the president of a cover up. He won't have it won't negotiate with them. And now the spin is well he pre pre. Entity this because they don't want to pay for infrastructure baloney. He wants he's the one that suggested the infrastructure Bill. Right. He was in the granted came out to trillions. They trying to figure out where they're going to get the money. So they reallocate money. They get more money from somewhere else. But they don't have to be. They don't have to fix everything, you know, then you prioritize you give each state. Get twenty things to pick that need to be redone. What are they gonna be a may? I ask you this. It's a fair question. I think he raises here, though, because it's on precedent. We don't we're not used to presidents like you know, coming from the business background and walking out of a meeting, and cutting it and. Does he look better or the Democrats look better after this? Because obviously Chucky says the Democrats.

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"farrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"farrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Doodo Farrell about his latest project on the border, the people around the world that love this music. They see that spirit of revolution in it. On this. See that spirit of that state. Domino thing if anchor that stink and R and B singer Miguel tells us about his latest collaboration all this coming up on that USA. I'm ain't stay with us. Not MIS. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora raum. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said she's taking steps to ensure congresswoman's Ilan Omar safety since President Trump re tweeted a video that appears to suggest Omar was dismissive of the September eleventh attacks Pelosi said the president's rhetoric creates a real danger, Omar says, she's faced more death threats. Sensory tweets press secretary, Sarah Sanders, defended the president, I find it. What her comments to be absolutely disgraceful and unbefitting of a member of congress? And I think that it's a good thing that the president is calling her out for those comments. And the big question is why aren't Democrats doing it as well? Sanders was interviewed on ABC's this week, Indiana Democrat boot, Indiana, Democrat, people to judge has officially kicked off his twenty twenty campaign for president Jennifer winegarden guard from member station W VP reports this comes nearly four months. After he formed an exploratory committee in a freezing cold former factory in the town where he's mayor Buddha. Judge announce is fishery running..

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"farrell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"farrell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"farrell" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"farrell" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The boy crisis wire boys are struggling and what we can do about it. Good to meet you Dr. I'm looking forward to talking to you. Well, you know, I was doing a little pre interview on u with my staff and everything you said just falls in between somewhere. Well, I've been saying for twenty years it's somewhere between no dot and no shit. Of course, boys need dad's in the house. Of course, he disciplined, of course, everything that's the opposite of everything that's being preached right now by all the who we should never listen to because I've lived through it and live with these people. I've heard what they had to say before. And I don't know why we don't stand up to it. But we don't and I think it's because you'll be called something, I don't know your. I mean, I was on the board of the national organization for women in New York City and was said of the world's leading male feminist, and boy when I started speaking up about how important dads were because I started doing research in this area and found that boys all around the world that we're doing poorly. We're boys that were basically dead deprived. So I started saying this and immediately the, you know, the backs of the board members of now. Started really straightening and saying excuse me, we want women to have the freedom to be able to raise children by themselves that they want without their dads. I said, well, I want women to have freedom to but when women have freedom to have children, they make a free choice to put their children's benefits before their own personal freedom, and that's a choice that you freely. Make or you don't make that choice. And so it was like suddenly the the Warren Farrell, you know, sort of perfect person became Warren fail better watch out for him. And so was and that was that was the beginning of my research in a sense for the boy crisis that I really knew that the to greet at which I found out that father were important, and what I understood the importance of rough housing in creating empathy samples, and and these they were just unable to hear it. And I'm thinking you're supposed to be liberal progressive progressive purseful his self righteous name to call yourself. Anyone? The calls yourself. Themselves. Progressive believes they of the answer. That's really self righteous. It's not progressive. Well, there's a kind of a math that we've done and we've kind of jumped the shark. So we did a math. So the promise the math. And here's what I'm what I'm saying..

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