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Public health expert: 50 percent effective coronavirus vaccine would be 'better than what we have now'
"We hit five million US cases yesterday for some perspective. The first nineteen case in the United States is believed to have occurred on February six. We hit one million cases on April Twenty, eight, eighty, two days later. It then took just forty three days to hit the two million mark on June tenth. We hit the three million mark on July seven that was twenty seven days later then just sixteen days later we rich four million US cases and July twenty third and again it took us just sixteen days to hit this five million reported case number right here in the United States joining me now is Dr Tom ingles beans, the director of the Center for Security of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dr Ingles. Be Welcome back to meet the press. WanNa get a little big picture here. You know last week you were you put out a lengthy list of ten recommendations. You guys didn't call it a reset, but sort of like how do we get control of this virus? Now another one of your sort of colleagues in the larger sense Michael Star home is an op Ed. He's basically calling for a reset of some sort New York Times today editorial page calling this. It feels though as public health officials are all calling for some sort of reset. Partial. lockdowns things like this and yet we are not having that conversation at all on the political side of things. Are, are we doomed to sort of live with this virus now if we're not GONNA at all look at your recommendations I DON'T THINK WE'RE DOOMED To this fate I? Think we we know what to do. Other countries have done it. I think the purpose of these resetting reports these for a kind of a reestablishment of the basics. Is that we know that another country's universal masking fiscal, distancing, avoiding large gatherings. Those kinds of things have worked. If we look at countries like Italy and Spain and France, they have a total of about seven or eight deaths today and we have thousand, but it's not magic what they did. We know what they did. So I think if we act together in national unison, we can get there and that's what the purpose of these many of these reports are I want to bring up the issue of masks there've been some people that said if we had ninety five percent compliance unmask wearing, we could get rid of we could sort of get this fires under control. Is that unrealistic and we do need to do more than just mandating masks Do. Not, alone. Not by themselves or alone the solution, but they are a critical part of it. We know that physical distancing makes a big difference. We know that large gatherings are places where super spreading events occur and people have the opportunity or the virus has the opportunity to get around quickly and for. Many people at once. So we have to do a number of things together in terms of you know simple things like diagnostic testing results coming back much more quickly. It's it's unacceptable for the country to have to have testing comeback a week or even two weeks later it's not useful at that point there's no point even doing the test. So a number of that we have to do, but they're not they're not complicated they may be hard, but we have to do them kind of in unison. And all of those, they're not hard except when you when the word politics gets involved, it makes everything a little bit harder and I wanNa keep you out of the political space here. Let me ask you a question about that scenes and to sort of set expectations doctor Fauci implied that the first vaccine that we get, he hopes it's seventy five percent effective. The FDA has said they will approve any vaccine that's at least fifty percent effective. Can you explain to the public what that means what it means and what it doesn't mean and what our expectations should be for the first vaccine Well, we know that many of the vaccines that we use are not perfect. They don't prevent every case of disease but if they prevent a substantial portion of disease than that can help us get to a point where most of us are protected, the disease can spread quickly between people anymore a concept that is called her immunity. Herd immunity doesn't mean we will won't disease anymore. It means it's not gonNA efficiently as efficiently spread in an epidemic form. and. Is there a percentage figure in your mind that you think will sort of give us a huge? Huge step in the right direction is at a vaccine that is at seventy five percent or does fifty percent do you fear that could be a false sense of hope. I think we would take fifty percent because it's fifty percent is a lot better than what we have. Now we've we've no tools to no no vaccine tools or medicine tools that we can use to slow this down. So fifty percent would be would be far better than what we have. Now of course I think we all want something that is seventy, five, eighty, five. Ninety percent effective. But we'll have to see what we get and I think for the amount of time has passed since the beginning of this pandemic to have a vaccine that's even fifty percent effective in in the coming months or the beginning of twenty twenty, one would be phenomenal. But again, we hope it's better but fifty percent would be better than what we have now. Tom ingles be from Johns, Hopkins One of our experts that we have on here regularly, really appreciate you coming on and sharing your expertise with us. Sir.
Media Surprised by Tesla Registrations Despite Shutdown
"Everybody robbing our here today we were talking about a number of different reports on tests registrations in the united. States in the month of April and May tussle stock, despite some of these reports finished the day up one percent to nine hundred ninety one dollars, seventy nine cents that compared to the Nasdaq up zero point two percent all right so as much as I would love to skip this topic because I think a lot of us know where this is. Is Heading. Most of the Tesla headlines today are related to a Wall Street Journal article published this morning titled Quote Tessa Registrations Plunge in California data tracker, says and quote, then leading off the article with quote, registrations of newly purchased Tesla vehicles plunged critical California market over the past two months according to new data underlining the challenge chief executive Elon, Musk faces to keep investor enthusiasm that has helped propel the company's share price and quote the Wall Street Journal Journal cites data from Dominion Enterprises which apparently tracks registrations in twenty four states that make up about sixty five percents of the US market, and in those twenty four states they say that Tesla registrations declined thirty three percent to fourteen, thousand, one, hundred and fifty one vehicles during the first two months off cue to the media, then seemed to go full, shocked Pika Chew Mon and read a whole bunch of articles about this highlighting Tesla's quote, unquote plunging registrations so. So I thought had a little bit of fun with that with the today. Apologies for that, but the point here is that this should not be surprising at all. People seem to have forgotten that Tesla. Had Their factory shut down for seven weeks from late March to early May as we know. Tesla is somewhat unique in that their registration or sales, information correlates strongly to their production rather than simply being an indication of demand like we might see from. Cars we can easily see this in the inventory numbers. If we look at Tesla, they had twenty days of inventory at the end of Q. on of March that comes right from their shareholder letter, and if we look at a company like Ford, for example, they said that at the march they had one hundred days of inventory so twenty days of inventory doesn't get. Get you too far when you're factories, shut down for fifty days compared to if you had one hundred days of inventory in stock like four does according to Cox Automotive, many brands actually had more than one hundred days of inventory at the end of March including Honda, jeep, Cadillac, an Acura and many others, and then even on the low end. They have KIA as. As the lowest brand at forty three days, so Tesla's inventory is about twenty to twenty five percent of the average and half of that of the lowest other brand in the US. The other important consideration here when we look at April and May specifically for the United States is that because Tesla restarted production in early, may that only gave them a couple or A. A few weeks to be able to produce vehicles ship them over to Europe and have them delivered within Q. Two, so with that being the case, obviously a very small amount of vehicles produced in May are going to actually be allocated for the North American market, so yeah plenty of reasons for us to expect registrations to have been down year over year in April. April and May in the US definitely not shocked Pichu type of situation, even with all that being the case in the same article, The Wall Street Journal says that Dominion Research says that the industry fell forty three percent in April and may remember. They have tussled down thirty three percent, so even without much inventory, Tesla is still outperforming the broader industry. You actually interpret. Interpret this as relatively bullish report. The other thing that I want to talk about briefly is the actual number here. So they said that registrations were fourteen thousand, or so in the first two months of the quarter and remember that's four states that make up about sixty five percents of the total US auto market. Tesla probably penetrates a little bit higher in those markets. Markets, because it does include California, so if we assume that that's about seventy five percent, then that can point to a number of about eighteen thousand five hundred vehicles registered in the United States in April, and met now I'm not putting much weight into these numbers, but that number does seem extremely reasonable. We know that Tesla began the quarter with about thirty thousand vehicles. Vehicles in inventory, so if we assume about half of that inventory, or about fifteen thousand vehicles were in the United States at the end of March then for us to have eighteen thousand vehicles registered in the US in April, and may sounds like a pretty reasonable number, if tussle were to sell off some of that inventory mentor, and then we add in deliveries from. That are probably not entirely allocated for Europe as well as Mata. Why if anything I see this report? As a low weight indicator that things are roughly on track. One less thing. I wanted to point out on this. The street did run article separate from my page on this topic and I didn't really love the headline. They reach out me, gave me the opportunity to add some context, and then actually included all of my comments in the article on this
"forty three days" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Forty three days at a cost of fifteen million dollars no I spent hours broadcasting live on this television station with our reporting team in the six weeks it took to reconstruct the bridge we talked endlessly about the forthcoming change isn't really a cultural change here too that might follow if we could not use our vehicles and a high volume traffic area well in the ensuing days weeks and months much was written and much was said about its long term impact on the vexing subject of transportation in the city and region but here is the truth it was just a bump in the road the fire had no burn on the conversation we could not imagine that at the time in twenty seventeen Mart roughed up by Gwinnett voters twenty four months later and they were the ones most impacted by the fire in their commute downtown hi and welcome back to news into a thirteen eighty Debbie okay it changed the way people got around to see it and menopause is avoided going in that area and but they said that Basil Ellerbee was the cause of it and he made it very clear no he was not and with the legal team and community supporters and backers today he he's vindicated and he has changed let's go back to Attorney Davis yes Sir what's happening men I mean I I I remember sitting here watching it on TV I like mad does a real fire and then didn't in the next couple of days days it now he is the Austin is the focus with that five year and I live good come on now a no way in the world to do would have to go on that would have tied to match is it a whole lot of stuff you never believe can you remember the first conversation you have with Basil that made you know that now this ain't the Gabby if before you even did the lie detector test what did he seldom one word to the jail you know Maso NY Williams Robert Lawrence remained Gerry Spence are all about I mean I wish there was video of it because it's four of us left into the low Attorney sale we didn't know whether we he wanted us to represent him right because he was yep within about a public defender right within a couple of lawyers decided they were going to just follow the entry of appearance and say they represented the right down there with a big high profile case and so they just try to jump in and so by the time we got home a couple of more years it already say they remember his own right he was you know pretty agitated said already been met these people I don't know them I don't want them but we talked he said he felt comfortable with us representing them we first as we as we're at the glee obligated to do got a story from the public defender's office to meet with them right and as soon as I mean the first thing out of his mouth was how do I do that and that was really clear he it was almost in disbelief that somebody thought that he could that he could do it or would do it and it was I mean we just really was real clear about our members conversation he was said to do that we made a very clear others are less Allah Basil is less than that and tell us what the day means to him a couple weeks yes hello Beza how you doing ma'am by the balls were you doing all right I was gonna all those well had a great celebration did this morning I was there for that is well as this afternoon at the law firm what a difference a couple of years may well most have March thirtieth again March thirtieth two thousand seventeen was when you were accused of burning down a major highway in a major interstate you made it very clear that was not you hello talk about what this journey for this last couple of years mad because when I look at you man I said look you've been you've come a long ways talk about it in your own words what what does that day mean to you having graduated from this behavioral health program earlier today and having a celebration in your honor at the Davis Bozeman law firm I love the there was great it was a lot of it was almost a lot of hours were number one what time from like and yes please help me with a blank form and one one spot that supported me dollars com lifted my spirits and reminded me of why I was gone because I had that the ball while working as a bonus for me because there was a lot of people that were in the middle of doing the right thing but modelers very well bill in my daily life routine that kind of helped me to keep pushing forward yeah no it is not easy to be any addiction I don't care whether you're addicted to food what the addicted to whatever it is R. when did you know that you could dad being clean was real possible for your life after having been in and some level of addiction for almost twenty years as you described it this morning find out when I realized that it was like fifty miles out of bands in the program and honestly I thought the open up to the council of that and I've seen that that is something that I've been with this plan is to collect them money right now those those and as we make it something that happened in may and I got through it without and I was on my way to going back out and get mad and I want to go but but I spoke to somebody I talked to a number of people right that helped me to push myself and once I realized nothing I realized that if I use my support thing right I don't that can be mined staked or whatever system was from Boston because I won't have the controls because I've been going to once in about a month before and thought the number whatever I'm going through and so many a bride of about a lot of fun and I thought I got used to that and I I stay clean and I think I mean so there's hope that happen the first time I just felt for someone like that for someone like that and so I got to where I'm at now do you know go ahead I'm sorry none of the more the more I've got nothing you know I had a year so it was difficult for the one time I believe that no I don't have I don't have to use my over the state no more was was did not enjoy it do you have a real support team people were literally more than one speaker was moved to tears in describing the relationship that they have which you will establish which you earlier today original Michael and says the Carolinas minister Juan what do you say to them because they did not give up on you ended they'd been easy they'd always been easy what what do you say to this team that has wrapped their arms around you and be it to be a support well those are the same I love those people hello use another one this is something that I wanna normally say if I didn't mean it so I really do love those people because they've been with me through all this stuff again even when I was still haven't sent over you know right I just want to tolerate appreciate them and I love them and I was always connected even though all of our transition of this program a lot of those people yeah because of my life now so I will have a hold I was but for those people and and with them my life you know all right although Bombay's low bandwidth super proud of you will begin to break up let you go because I know you got a number of things you're looking for to you gonna be at a full time job and we get away from your support system dangle bead at which every day you go make it yes I believe because I I got rid of have already have the tunes all the tunes on the I know what I need to do they are all of that I need I'm not mine Panama recovering he's gone individual better myself you know and thought about all those things so I know I will I need to do something that would be all right basically the only difference is haven't been police myself more often well there will come a com you've definitely sold out of high and low we're super proud of you baby ma'am yes okay the port you know we do not hold on a second hold on hold on hold on to because I do want to tell us that and I'm I'm up against.
Alibaba's Singles' Day sales hit record $38 billion; growth slows
"So sales topped thirty eight billion dollars. In fact in the person minute and eight seconds sales topped one billion dollars so last year sales were closer to thirty billion dollars an increase in about twenty eight percent which is slower than years past. But this is also the Eleventh Matthew for the event so perhaps some slowing growth is to be expected but just to give us a sense of how largest event has grown and just how quickly the first singles day back in two thousand nine tails were closer to seven point. Eight million so the events has clearly become larger than black Friday and cyber Monday combined. And it's not just important for Chinese companies because US US brands tend to do well on this day to after Chinese companies they received them. Oh Sales Apple Nike Estee Lauder gap all doing well in this twenty four hour period and this year was especially important as in busters looked for signs of a weakening. Chinese consumer. There was also some concern about any perhaps growing Chinese nationalism toward American companies and analyst. Today were mixed about any larger implications with these massive figures sons saying that the Chinese consumer is still strong. They're clearly still shopping. Others say this is more about the strength of Alibaba and how they've been able to harness the power of technology to get people to shop either way. They are indeed shopping alibaba alibaba competitor. Jd Dot com also. Did really well today. And between the two sides JD DOT COM and alibaba analysts say that they generated about sixty billion dollars in sales splits up all right thank you how Salomon with some staggering figures on singles day. Dan How do you trade Baba so it's interesting the stock we had on last week. He was talking about this. I really interesting technical level. It just got about this one eighty five had been in a tight range or so when he was just talking about there. It is right there. You know how cheap the options were priced into this sort of event. I I think what a lot of investors are starting to think that this is becoming a very complex day for logistics standpoint for Alibaba and it may not be worth getting to that thirty eight billion that needs to be delivered so quickly but it's interesting the price action today. The stock was down a couple percent on some of the macro news regarding China specifically in Hong Kong and it made it up by the end of the day. I think investors like to see that I'd still be playing for a breakout of that range and it's been in for the last five months show one nine thousand five was the April high. That's obviously the next step but the long-term levels all set to eleven. We talked about when bottling last week. I mean I think you I think. That's the trend. I mean it obviously didn't trade particularly well as sort of a benign day for the stock is probably to be expected attractive given the run. We've seen but the dance point. I think the trend is intact. One Ninety five is absolutely think of my opinion next up. Does this chart really tell the story of the Chinese consumer. We're in your view. I I think it does. Yeah I think you know what's interesting. The Chinese stock market itself actually looks like pretty interesting. Looks like it wants to break out so you look at like the Shanghai in high three hundred or something like that. That looks pretty interesting. And if you're actually having a Chinese consumer that's doing quite well the trade tears potentially rolling off then I actually I think both Baba and the Shanghai do quite well well singles day that record comes as Major. US retailer gear up for the most wonderful and important time of the year. Yes US forty three days. Six
2 U.S. teens implicated in Italian cop's murder
"None to American teens reportedly from California are implicated in the stabbing death of an Italian police officer it happened while the cop was investigating a robbery CBS news correspondent Seth Doane in Rome the kind of an eerie say their investigation reveals that shortly before the murder the two young men stole a backpack from an Italian man and then threatened him during a phone call that they would not return the backpack unless they were given one hundred euros more than a hundred dollars and a gram of cocaine the man reported the incident to carabinieri who came to the meeting to try to stop the criminals but a scuffle unfolded in the carbon Yuri officer with stabbed to death the officers funeral will be held Monday in the same church near Naples where he was married forty three days
"forty three days" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Answering the same questions after another brilliant start was wasted and the Mets won nothing loss in San Francisco yeah these two losses are tough but everybody in this room does a good job of coming in every day like and it's a new day you know it's like I said they're going to do a good job tonight of keeping us off the board and you know last night was a obviously a tough loss and the like I said tomorrow is a new day they're still a baseball left you know and hopefully we can win the next two ten strikeouts over seven innings for the reigning cy young winner Mets offense held down for three hits by Tyler BT giants back to five hundred they don't have a losing record for the first time all season everyone in the NL was playing catch up with the Dodgers they got by the Marlins two to one hundred room for two eleven into with a one seven six C. R. A. Kenley Jansen nail down his twenty fourth save my click of the mariners came within three outs of a perfect game against the angels but lost it on a lead off single and a walk in the ninth inning still finish that outdated just ninety eight pitches to finish a ten nothing shot out Christian Yelchin as thirty fifth Homer but it wasn't enough as the brewers fell in Arizona ten seven for the rest of the school board we go Astros got three straight homers I'm just four pitches from Jose Altuve Alex Bregman and your done Alvarez and that was enough in there for three win over the Rangers Phillies dump the pirate six one the Braves got a game winning single from Josh Donaldson to shake off the nationals forty three days be the twenty five three that gives Oakland the second wild card spot all alone by a game over the raise their scuffling they lost their fourth in a row losing at home to the white Sox nine two in the process Chicago and that a seven game losing streak cardinal's ward back in Cincinnati at center on top of the six help them stunned the Reds twelve eleven six free ones for the Indians after they got by the Royals ten five Yankees may four straight within a to to win over the Rockies market Stroman carried the jays to a twelve one win in Detroit seven shutout innings and reportedly there were scouts from eight different teams checking him out at Comerica park oriel stopped out the red Sox eleven two cubs tiptoed pa the Padres six five on Friday the NFL announced that it was not going to suspend she's white out sorry kill after investigators after investigating allegations of child abuse the league found no evidence that he violated the personal conduct policy although there is a possibility of revisiting the K. should any more details surface thank awards Phil Mickelson and Rory McElroy all missed the cut at the British open the co leaders with the third row coming up shortly at eight under par JB Holmes and Shane Lowry I'm great concern live nation wide on CBS sports radio this is the second here's your host gill the police show yet not overly ostentatious CBS sports radio beautiful New York City sitting on top of the ten four three forty five Hudson street welcome welcome welcome welcome welcome everybody to a Saturday morning edition of.
Trump invokes executive privilege over entire Mueller report
"And we begin at the White House where the president today asserting executive privilege over special counsel, Robert Muller's full report on Russia's interference in the twenty sixteen election, all of this intensifying clash with congress over its investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia. The move came just before the House Judiciary committee late this afternoon. Voting to hold of the attorney general Bill bar in contempt of congress for failing to turn over Muller's unredacted report and underlying materials, which the panel head subpoenaed. We are covering all of this. And we start with the House Judiciary committee hearing, and it's chairman Jerry Nadler of New York. Today, we consider report recommending that the house of representatives hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress for defying valid subpoena issued by this committee. This is not a step. We take lightly. It is the combination of nearly three months of requests discussions and to go. She aviation's with the department of Justice for the complete unredacted report by special counsel mother into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election along with the underlying evidence. I appreciate the fact that the department responded to the offer we made to them last week and met with us yesterday in the last minute effort to reach an accommodation. We heard the department out responded to them in good faith. And after always said and done we unfortunately were still unable to reach agreement, and we proceeded with our markup today is I've said before we remain ready and willing to consider any reasonable offer made by the department even. After today's vote. But if a letter I received late last night from the department is any indication I am concerned that the department is heading in the wrong direction. In response to our latest good faith over the department of Brunton announced that if we move forward today, it would ask President Trump to invoke what it refers to protective assertion of executive privilege on all of them subject. Are subpoenaed just minutes ago took that dramatic step. Size misapplying the doctrine of executive privilege since the White House waved these privileges long ago and the department seemed open to sharing these materials with us. Just yesterday. This decision represents a clear esscalation the Trump administration's blanket defiance of congress constitutionally mandated duties. I hope that the department will think better this last minute outburst and return to negotiations as Coequal branch of government. We must have access to the materials that we need to feel our constitutional responsibilities in a manner consistent with past precedent. This is information we are legally entitled to receive. We are constitutionally obligated to review. And I would remind the members that the mullahs report is no ordinary run in the middle document details significant is conduct involving the president, including his campaigns willingness and eagerness to accept help from a hostile foreign government numerous misstatements if not outright lies concerning these act those acts and eleven separate incidents of struck the behavior by the president that more than seven hundred former prosecutors have told us warrant criminal indictment. If congress is not entitled with full unredacted Muller report, one must wonder what document we would be entitled to exhausted negotiations with the department of Justice have unfortunately left us back where we begin with unprecedented obstruction by the ministration that has now announces intention to block all the Thames congressional oversight of the executive branch. It is our constitutional duty to respond. Let me be clear if we request we are requesting entirely. Within our legal rights receive, and is no different from what is been provided to congress on numerous occasions going back nearly century. But we do not need to go back and forth to find a precedent. As recently as the last congress under Republican control, the department produce more than eight hundred eighty thousand pages of sensitive investigative interiors pretending to its investigation of Hillary Clinton as well as balloonists other material relating to the rush investigation and other ongoing investigations that production included highly classified material notes. FBI interviews internal text messages law enforcement memoranda. With respect to grand jury information in past cases involving Gatien's of presidential misconduct or misconduct by other high-ranking. Public officials the department of Justice as a matter, of course, the permission of a court through at least relevant information to congress if not to the public notably. This include several cases that were not impeachment inquiries, including the investigation into former agriculture secretary, Mike Espy and the Iran country investigations as well as other investigations that were not governed by the independent counsel law. But no matter the fact that the law and history clearly support the release the congress of this kind of information the Trump administration has taken obstruction of congress to new heights. Unfortunately, the attorney general has been all too willing to support the president in this endeavor. I would also like to respond to the concerns often raised by my good friend. The ranking member. Yes, how can the committee hold the attorney general in contempt for merely complying with the laws on the books, and how can we hold him in contempt when I have refused an offer to allow me to see certain redacted portions of the report, the answer's simple. I we issued a valid subpoena for the full report. And all of the underlying evidence department is come nowhere close to satisfying obligations under that subpoena. Those comments by the chair of the House Judiciary committee, Jerry Nadler of New York, again, the final vote along party line vote twenty four to sixteen and at the conclusion of the hearing chairman Nadler telling reporters, the US what he calls facing a constitutional crisis over the mullahs report from the Wall Street Journal there is this quote, the dispute centers around the unredacted version of the mullahs report and the underlying evidence some of which the Justice department says by law cannot provide because in. In part. It involves grand jury testimony that is secret Democrats subpoena the material last month saying it was necessary for congress to independently examined the material and the basis for Mr. molars findings. The journal goes on to write quote at the Trump administration's abroad, refusal to cooperate with any oversight request from democratic committees elevating tensions between the two branches to levels unseen since events of the magnitude of President Bill Clinton's impeachment, the Iran contra arms scandal during the Reagan White House and Watergate a move that invokes executive privilege is all but certain to provoke a constitutional challenge in the courts more details at wsJcom more from today's hearing Doug Collins is the ranking member of the House Judiciary committee. Mr this. The folks watching this log continues last week ours you and the fellow members of Jewish Democrats to respect the history of this committee business accordingly. We still have across southern border still. Feeling property here. We are wasting another bible week legislating calendar against the majority's war against the administration. Today, we are meeting to consider a resolution to hold attorney general Bill bar in contempt of congress. So let's take just a few moments and go through this. What is the justification for holding attorney general bar in contempt of congress for apps failed to abide by the special counsel regulation? No, he went above and beyond what the regulations far by transmitting the full report to congress with limited. Reductions could it be that the attorney general failed to accommodate the chairman's demands for information. No, he offered to let the chairman involve other democrat leaders review, the less redacted at the department of Justice, including a ninety nine point nine percent unredacted volume own strokes in an odd move for anyone demanding access to information. The chairman and the other elected Democrats giving access declined to view that report. Attorney general also volunteered to testify before this committee about the reports conclusions his role in sharing the report. And as we all witness, the democratic gangs force the attorney general to forego the schedule hearing last week on Monday just farm an offer to meet to discuss accommodations yesterday. They made a reasonable offer to avert this. And once again, they were rebuffed and the chairman the client, perhaps the end, the Democrats believe that there has been an unreasonable delay in the Justice farmers response to they're saying, no, that's not true. Either. In the chairman is moving to this contempt resolution at lightning speed. It has been less than twenty days since the chairman now subpoenaed documents from the Justice department when the oversight committee held Eric attorney general Eric Holder and content more than two hundred fifty days had passed between the subpoena and the committees vote to hold him in contempt more than four hundred and fifty days passed between the committee's initial request to the Justice department and the committee's contempt vote, dude Isra Democrats are moving more than ten times. Faster than oversight did with holder. They have moved from request to contempt vote in only forty three days. And yet the Justice department is still at the negotiating table waiting for the Democrats to arrive in good faith, while this rush without any valid legislative or administrative reason, we can only assume the Democrats that are led by the chairman have resolved to sully the Bill bars. Good name and reputation to accomplish to go. First Democrats are angry the special counsel report and did not produce the material or collusion's. They expected to pave their path teaching the president feel compelled remind everyone the report found offers to do so no one from the Trump campaign knowingly conspired with the Russian government, and you can't help. But notice the phrase Russian collusion has vanished from the democratic talking points and left a void in the narrative. The special counsel did not make a prosecutor determination structure in which was his job attorney general and a deputy attorney general did so according to their mandates law enforcement officials while giving no credence to the office of legal counsel. Opinion regarding that a sitting president as a result, they're angry their anger nations chief law enforcement officer and his dad had yelled acidy decide the didn't support charges for obstruction investigation into something. The president. Second Democrats are afraid of what your general will fund when he completes his own going review of abuses, the Justice, including how the Russian investigation began. Multiple news reports have suggested those conclusions could be explosive good in careers and could even lead to criminal prosecution rather than face that the Democrats resolve to neutralize Bill bar by attacking him in the office in his in his career. This is the first what a cynical mean-spirited counterproductive irresponsible staff. It is. Meanwhile, our economy urging unemployment amongst already groups historic low a recent Washington Post poll shows cratering support for impeachment, but Democrats have no plans, no purpose, and no viable legislative agenda beyond attacking visit ministration the house is more than four months into a democratic majority. How many bills passed by this committee have been signed into law chairman poor? You see reason I asked if you recognize the craving and insincere politics. It seemed to be yielding, no. No dividends for the American people. We've talked multiple occasions improved at last week's pharmaceutical market that I stand ready to work with you to promote solutions. I will not though become a bystander as we say, the attorney general, and this committee our democracy deserves better. Those comments from Republican Doug Collins of Georgia, the ranking member on the House Judiciary committee and on Twitter. The president wrote the following, quote, everyone wants to know who needs to be accountable because it took up to two years of our lives talking about the Russia involvement at proved no collusion and people want to trace it back to see how all of this happened treasonous hoax that the president at real Donald Trump. And at the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked about the president's use of executive privilege. Caroline, chairman Naylor says at the White House already waived executive privilege. He said the moment they reveal documents Muller, they waive the privilege that's black letter law. So how is the White House still claiming turning Adler would be a little? A bit more on the law. I'm not actually like understand better than he does. The attorney general is protecting information. Grand jury information confidential information had he cannot release the fact that the chairman knows that and continues to ignore it is absolutely absurd. What's not forget. This is the same guy who was to frayed to ask the attorney general questions himself if he can't do his job, and he can't understand basic rule of law and uphold it then he shouldn't be in
Democrats Prepare Contempt Order for Attorney General William Barr
"On Capitol Hill. Democrats still refusing to let go of the Muller report, and it's finding of no Russia collusion involving President Trump. So the target now attorney general William bar USA radio's Timberg with details. Torney general William bars that the face a contempt of congress resolution on this is the latest escalation in the showdown over the release of the Muller report Republican congressman from Georgia. Doug Collins reminds Democrats this is twelve title perspec-. For your hair's. They're going this twelve times faster than the Republicans held Eric Holder and can tell over four hundred sixty something days before the Republicans held Eric Holder Inc and tell for not complying with the pain as we're looking at less than forty three days. Here Collins was speaking there on Fox
"forty three days" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"I would tell anyone if it's not a your heart. You're not of service like you find another job because you're dealing with so many different types of people. And there's no empathy there, so they don't realize I think sometimes we become numb. Mm to our jobs. Right. If get in the medical field union become numb to loss in we got number things. And we have to reset. That's very important that we reset our empathy because you see it in the shelters where people are considered numbers. And no one seen that this person is literally sleeping in a room full of one hundred strangers. You know, there's no there's nothing. There's nothing there that it's nourishing that's loving and people are treating you like it's just their job. And that's all that matters. So that's a hard place to be in a lot of people rather have the freedom because there's so many rules. There's so many things you have to do and it's very dangerous in shelters because a lot of shelters. There aren't background checks aren't so you have someone that could be a criminal criminal and homelessness are two different things. And you have someone that could be a criminal. Then you have a mom who lost her job and was evicted they shouldn't be in the same shelter. We've created this idea that all homelessness is one thing. Right. You end. It's not it's it's a circumstance right without a home. Whatever that is. Whether you're single mom you lost your job, and you couldn't pay your rent specially in LA, then you have someone who might have been mentally ill. That actually has a condition that has not been treated and that person ends up homeless. Then you have a foster kid who's never had family and he's homeless at the one that did leave jail. And who knows why live Joe, but all these different types of people in different walks of life in the you put them all in one room. You know, there's so many different narratives and stories you have people that are homeless because their spouse passed away kanter's, a big thing here that a lot where where I've had guys who have lost their wives. And they said there was nothing else to work for. I don't wanna do anything. I just they they gave up in their life because the one in their world is gone. So you have all these different walks of life where people who have cancer, and they don't wanna work anymore. They're like, I'm over it. I'm done, you know, I'm going to die. Anyway, there's all these different narratives, and then you put everyone in a box the shelter isn't going to solve the. Problem. This problem isn't solved with a box. These people don't have homes. They don't have a place of refuge consistency love safety. Of course. She'd rather be on your own because you already know what that looks like that's not going to and then people there, don't treat you with love and compassion. Why would you put yourself in space? So you recently spent forty three days living on skid row. Yes. Putting yourself actually in the same position of all the people that you've been helping with no money year nothing. Yeah. No, no access anything. I had to figure it out with them. Tell us about that. What was the first hour? Like, why think the most interesting part was I live two miles from skid row. And it kinda shows you like the divide, right? I live two miles from skid row, and I walked from my place and just that just to watch like the change that's walking distance that to me, psychologically, put me in a space where I was like first of all I only live two miles from a homeless tent city like encampment third world country conditions is two miles from me. And so that was the first thing I thought as I was walking was what is this? This is so foreign to me in so familiar at the same time, but it's a whole different thing. Even when you drive by different than when you are outside serving as I am completely different energy that the first thing I had thought was..
"forty three days" Discussed on Get Up!
"Since we've been here, there was a sort of fatigue, I think about the cubs. I know BUSTER talked about the forty two games in forty, three days. You hear the same message from Joe over and over there. Just felt like there was a bit of fatigue about the cubs, and I think they were tired, but I think the Rockies were tired. I think the brewers were a little bit tired. I think that's hard of October baseball in the end to your point about. To strike hitting. But last night when you looked at it and Rizzo was out of the game, it did not feel like the cubs had a lineup, other than Anthony Rizzo. That was a real threat. Chris, Brian's, not hitting it. All of your bias. Still swings wildly at sliders and they just didn't feel like they were going to score a run off of a really good bullpen. So when the single was hit and they Rockies grabbed the lead, there was nobody that was coming up at major, think you know what the cups have a little magic in them and to even get to the point that they did with all their victories and the players that weren't playing and the pictures that weren't available. You know, I think in the end, I hope that they are able to look back on it and think this was a fairly successful season given all the challenges. And by the way, we're not talking about the Rockies very much here and they played really well. They played rocky baseball last night. They brewers did the same thing to the cubs get into the bullpens and we'll win the game. And that's what happened. Yeah, of the Rockies were I think, left for dead by a lot of people when they got swept in l. a. about two weeks ago and. They go on, but I do have one more on the cubs, and maybe the question almost feels unfair given all the things you just said, but bust BUSTER brought up this morning, the possibility that Joe Madden's job may not be safe. It is disappointing time for their season to end even if there are legitimate reasons for it. What is your sense of his job security right now in Chicago. I would say that when you have six million dollars left on a deal, it's hard to think that an organization that's gonna swallow that. I think there's a recognition that the Darvish and chat with signings didn't work out that Brian didn't perform, and that's looking at things through an objective glass. Subjectively, I don't think we can can understand the relationship that Joe has with feel Epstein right now if there are things that we are unaware of between the two, you've heard rumblings of friction between the two, but look as you know, when you lose dusty Baker, John Farrell, and Joe Girardi all who either one divisions are made it to a postseason and got let go. There would be no surprise if that's the case for Joel Madden. And again, I think a lot of times greenie, no matter the sport managers or coaches after a certain amount of time when you repeat the same message over and over and Joe does that, you know, I have three meetings every year. We talk about grit. We're not gonna focus too much on being here nine AM and doing all those other things that other teams do. That's not how I do things. Sometimes the repeated message falls on deaf ears. I'm not suggesting that happening, but look as Mark the sheriff said last night when you win a World Series is the Yankees did no nine. Two thousand ten is a virtual impossibility gang. The cubs winning sixteen seventeen and eighteen really hard with the bar set. So high Ravi, and there was a really late night last night..
Football Hall of Famers threaten boycott over health coverage
"Allnight Antonio Brown wasn't on hand with the Steelers Monday. Could we see a hall of fame ceremony with fellow hall of famers absent from there is a group of all of that's demanding health insurance coverage and a share of NFL revenues or the former players will boycott the induction ceremonies. Eric Dickerson is leaving the group. He chatted with our Bob Leon outside the lines. The guys deserve this. I mean, we play the most dangerous sport. It is in sports. Pro football, and they deserve it. This way overdue when you go to the hall of fame, and you see the guy can't hardly get around. And they'd have no health care. A lot them have Medicare, Medicaid, the you know, that that's fine. But there's no hill Q, and it should be healthcare. I mean, major league baseball has it. They have a great pension plan. But we don't. Major league baseball. If you play one day and major league baseball, you know, you have health care for the rest of your life. He play forty three days and you had to play for three days. You get thirty thousand for the rest of your life ten years, you get two hundred thousand rescue not even close to that. I gotta say I won't forget, my my good friend deacon Jones when he said to me, Sarah, how much I said, well, I have like forty one I said, I'll probably get like twelve hundred dollars. So you know, what I get? I got two hundred dollars two hundred fifty dollars a month. He said, what am I gonna do with two hundred fifty dollars a month? I think the perception is that all NFL players are rich, and we haven't made, and that's just so far from the truth at your letter is addressed to the head of the hall of fame. David Baker also the Roger Goodell who's the head of the football establishment on that side. And certainly we know about the billions
"forty three days" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Endorsed progressive Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum. Against Trump endorsed Representative Ron Disentis let's say great unique state and I think that as the next governor I, wanna keep it a. Great state I wanna build that's. The Santa's in Arizona Republican primary voters chose the establishment favorite to, replace outspoken Trump critic Jeff flake Representative former fighter pilot Martha mcsally people are voting in just forty three days so big deal this is how I see. This campaign it's a choice between a. Doer and a top between a patriot in a protester makes alley faces democrat Kirstin cinema in. November she ran virtually unopposed Host a former Texas police officer, is convicted of, murder for shooting into a car packed with teenagers leaving a house party twenty seventeen. Killing fifteen year old Jordan Edwards ROY Oliver is. White Edwards was black Oliver testified he opened fire after seeing the car. Move toward his partner and thought he was danger but officer Tyler. Gross testified he wasn't in fear for his life and didn't feel the need to fire his weapon New York governor Andrew Cuomo is directed that, a probe into the, NY p., Dan Manhattan DA's handling of, the Harvey. Weinstein case be suspended because of an ongoing criminal case against the disgraced Hollywood mogul. The attorney general. Office has a lawsuit that remains. Active against Weinstein his brother and his former company it was, one of the, larger worksite enforcement operations conducted at one site in the past ten years, as agents from. US immigration and customs enforcement homeland security. Investigations arm arrested more than one hundred fifty people yesterday based on allegations of immigration violations it happened at a trailer manufacturer in. North Texas California has Voted to abolish. Cash bail becoming the first state to do so the Bill attempts to even out a. System that previously. Favored the wealthy turning instead to an assessment process that determines each individual's flight risk it takes effect October twenty nineteen nerdwallet is surveyed two thousand people about credit card payments and found. Almost a quarter of them admit to delinquent payments meaning the debt, thirty or more days overdue a. Third said they needed the cash for essentials another third said they had an emergency but a shocking, thirty five percent paid late because they forgot, can't do that, you can't do that that's a lot of interest man.
"forty three days" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"November, governor's race in, Florida will pit Bernie Sanders endorsed progressive Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum against Trump, endorsed Representative Ron. Disentis say great unique state and I. Think that as the next governor I wanna keep it a great state I want to. Build that's to Santa's in Arizona Republican primary voters chose the establishment, favorite to replace outspoken Trump critic Jeff flake Representative former fighter pilot Martha mcsally people are voting in just forty three days so big deal this is how I see this campaign it's a choice. Between a doer and a top between a patriot and a protester mix Sally faces democrat Kirsten cinema in November she ran virtually unopposed, a former Texas police officer is convicted of, murder for shooting, into, a car packed with teenagers leaving house party in two thousand seventeen killing fifteen year old Jordan Edwards, ROY Oliver is white Edwards was black Oliver testified he opened fire after seeing the car. Move toward his partner and thought he was in danger but officer. Tyler gross testified he wasn't in fear for his life. And didn't feel the need to fire his weapon New York governor Andrew Cuomo is directed that, a probe into the NY p., Dan Manhattan, DA's handling, of the. Harvey Weinstein case be suspended because of an ongoing criminal case against the disgraced Hollywood. Mogul the attorney general office has a loss that remains, active against Weinstein his brother and his former company it was, one of the, larger worksite enforcement operations conducted at one site in the past ten years, as agents from. US immigration and customs enforcement homeland security. Investigations armrest and more than one hundred fifty people yesterday based on alligators of immigration violations It happened at a trailer manufacturer in North Texas California has. Voted to abolish. Cash bail becoming the first state to do so the Bill tempts to even out a system that previously favored the wealthy turning instead to an assessment process that determines each individual's flight. Risk it takes effect October twenty nineteen nerdwallet surveyed two thousand people, about credit card payments and found. Almost a quarter of them admit to delinquent payments meaning the debt thirty or more days overdue a third said they needed the cash for essentials, another third said, they, had an emergency but a shocking thirty five percent paid late because they forgot Can't, do that you can't do that a lot of. Interest man hurt your credit score this, thank you Rossa six minutes now in front of the hour.
"forty three days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In Florida will pit Bernie Sanders endorsed progressive Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum against. Trump endorsed Representative. Ron Disentis a great unique state and I think that as the, next governor I wanna keep it a great state I want to build the Santa's in Arizona Republican primary voters chose the establishment favorite to replace outspoken Trump critic Jeff flake Representative former fighter pilot. Martha mcsally people are voting in just forty three days so big deal This is how I see this campaign it's a choice between a doer top between a patriot and a protester makes alley. Faces democrat Kirstin cinema in November she ran virtually unopposed a, former Texas police officer is convicted. Of murder for shooting into a car packed with teenagers leaving a house party in two thousand seventeen killing fifteen, year old Jordan Edwards ROY Oliver is white Edwards was black Oliver testified he opened fire. After seeing the car move toward his partner and thought he was. In danger but officer Tyler gross testified he wasn't in. Fear for his life and didn't feel the need to fire his weapon New York, governor Andrew Cuomo is directed that, a probe, into the NYPD Dan. Manhattan DA's handling of the Harvey Weinstein case be suspended because of an ongoing criminal. Case against the disgraced Hollywood mogul the attorney general office has lawsuit that remains active against Weinstein his brother and, his former company, it was one of the larger worksite enforcement operations conducted at one site. In the past Ten years as agents from US immigration and customs enforcement homeland security investigations arm arrested more than one hundred. Fifty people yesterday based on allegations of immigration violations it happened at a trailer manufacturer in North Texas California has voted, to abolish cash bail becoming the first state to do so the. Bill attempts, to, even out a. System that previously. Favoured the. Wealthy turning instead to an assessment process, that determines each individual's a flight risk it takes effect, October twenty, nineteen nerdwallet surveyed. Two thousand people about credit card payments and found almost a quarter of them admit to. Delinquent payments meaning. The debts thirty or more days overdue a third said they needed the cash for essentials another third said they had an emergency but a shocking thirty five percent paid late because. They forgot can't do that he can't do that that's a, lot of interest man hurt your. Credit score a little bit thank you Rossa six minutes now in front of the hour.
"forty three days" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"For you come on Don't show me down friends it's true and you know. It's true I. Don't work for sponsors America. I worked. For the Lord period period Talking, about Barack Hussein Obama the. Conman. In criminal over the weekend he admitted That he's foreign born and that was just highlighting during the last segment that anyone, who dared point out that Barack was. A foreigner Eligible for the presidency. Of the United States again keep in mind article two under clause five president must be a natural born citizen Well anybody that dared out point They're. Point, out these experts excuse me It was interesting they. Were called by the CIA. Controlled media Or or by today's conservatives again yesterday's lawless liberals and the professed antichrist's that call themselves. Christians conspiracy theorist. Or they would call them birther they would they would folks they would demean. People that, called out Brock for who he really was names of course the demean and discredit anyone and everyone that dared. Call out, the obvious when it came to. Barack Hussein Obama because again? They were unwilling to. Do so so. What did they do they called people names They called people names that were folks that they were doing that length is they were. Shooting the, messenger they were giving the criminal. Permission to commit the crimes? That he was committing And they didn't understand that if he committed one crime Without without. Being charged or indicted France article two section for well then he would commit another one and another one any did it eleven hundred and eighty times Got a video on YouTube sons. Of. Liberty Bradley dean conspiracy theorist who told you that it's the same media that has given, cover to the conspiritors, learn from history because it's rolling out today America let me tell, you right before your, eyes and it's not hard to see again. Now I guess. That one the foreign criminal served one hundred and forty three days in Illinois Illinois. And the Senate and then mysteriously became the United States president keep in mind it costs. An average of two hundred and fifty million dollars to become the president that's just your Ron Well. Then. Brock takes a break after his fifty seven state tour by the way France there are, fifty seven states of, Islam that's members of the the organization for Islamic corporation but you, would think that would, be enough to tell on himself in the. American people would. Then lawfully respond but apparently not instead of putting a stop to his campaign before. He became the president's The American people simply laughed, it off that's both all over the country when I would highlight article four section four There's fifty states in our union I would say in all fifty seven states of our union and people start to laugh not, never given scenario by, the way because a lot of people didn't know that we had fifty, states in our. Union but one Brock said one hundred or one Brock said. He just got back off a fifty. Seven state tour people didn't realize. That's how many states there is of Islam And again the American, people laughed it. Up because they didn't have the knowledge to know the difference And they didn't know the truth to, know that this man was a criminal right then and there and the way he said it folks he was, looking, for, answers, because he didn't have a teleprompter to tell him what he was supposed to say, oh? Hey Brock, it's a terrible place to be when your brains are in someone else's head dog right Street talk I want you to listen to this this is him sane in listened to, him, wonder, in, mind trying to come up with the answers that he did not have the answer to Okay Because it is just wonderful to be back in Oregon and over the last fifteen, months we travelled to every corner of the United. States Fifty Seven. States I think one left to. Go one let's ago allows he was dead. Serious FRANZ really wanted to. Visit but if you heard the people laugh behind, him They were laughing because they thought he was. Kidding but when you're watching. The video you can clearly see he was bewildered Again he didn't. Have his teleprompter Let's let's listen. To that one more time Sam I think it's that important for people to hear what they thought. Was funny and eight years later I'm curious to. Know what was. Funny about it go ahead Because Is just wonderful to be back in Oregon and over the last fifteen, months we've traveled to every corner of the United States Fifty Southern. States I think one left to go dead serious. Alaskan Hawaii was not allowed to go to even though I really wanted to visit. Book he was probably trying to figure out what they were laughing about or he knew at that, point he said the wrong. Number and yet, again anybody dare call him out for being a. Foreigner you are conspiracy theories in who is calling. Them conspiracy, theorists the conservative media The, anti Christ? That call themselves Christians in this country they have. Nothing of. The knowing concerning the power of the cross because. They don't bear the cross or they would call you a birther and by the. Way this was happening across the boards nobody dared call Barack Hussein Obama out concerning his birth certificate, nobody dared do it why. Because those that, they were following works doing it but when you. Follow the Christ guess what it's better to obey. God than, it is man And again what did the. American people do they. Simply? Laughed it off read Jeremiah five nineteen when you. Get a moment now listen even, when his alleged wife blurted out the truth in her confusion That wasn't good enough for the Americans neither they still ignored his ineligibility concerning the presidency of the United States of America, and again this was all laughed off of this testing which is still plaguing. So many, of our communities which you all? Know a lot of that. Is due to homophobia. Barack has led by example. When, we, took our trip to Africa and visited his home country in Kenya Wheats, the public HIV test for the very point.
"forty three days" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The administration fight the optics on this because policywise and practice wise they're back to catch and release but do pictures like rosa just showed us of this little boy being reunited with his father after forty three days well those haunt this administration i think the the pictures of the cruelty of this administration are very deliberate part of this they're they're a feature not a bug of the of the trump administration's policy and so i think that we're in a situation where where no one inside the administration is unhappy about these things because they're only talking to their base they're only talking to their core supporters and their core supporters you know want anybody who's darker than a lot deported come on you know it's just it's just not helpful right it's not true it's not helpful it's the slanders against trump supporters it gets so it's just so frustrating at this point they put somebody like that on cnn i mean he's calling sixty plus million people racists races that's you know that's rick wilson i worked with rick on different tv shows years ago you know he was a guest i mean we weren't i've never met him in person i don't know him but i've done he used to be a pretty standardissue gop guy wellspoken had some had some insightful things to say and now he goes on tv and threatens to you know he's gonna got a trump supporter like a fish on air i mean you know he meant that metaphorically but you know he he's talking about how anybody darker than a lotta they just first of all these are lines that he's writing i can tell you this and a lot of the cnn concern the cnn republican trump bashers they're writing out these lines before they go on tv are they know they're going to get picked up by media and i guess they know people like me are going to sit here and say well we know so and so said this thing but they can't be serious about thinking that this is helpful to anything or anyone other than themselves i really am at a point now where i think that people in the media who just refer to trump supporters as racist in in some way whether very racist or little racist there either just very selfish or very dumb i think for some of the more clever ones it's a selfishness issue they realized that this is a way to get on tv there for the other ones that stupid because without counties that went for obama without states that went for obama twice trump doesn't win the election so can someone explain to me how how racism is the prime factor in trump's election when the way that trump beats hillary clinton is to have former obama voters that are like you know the democrats just don't do a good job isn't that possible folks isn't it fair to just take a step back and say where do democrats just run everything i mean where are the democrats have complete and total sway okay let's look at some city shall we baltimore disaster detroit disaster increasingly the state of california disaster you start to look at places that are unit polar democrat controlled deep blue areas of the country whether it's a city or a state and you just have bad governance people say oh buck well what about us there's like a state like massachusetts now there's enough there's enough republicans in massachusetts that you actually still have some hope of the democrats having to behave themselves right you have your there's enough there to push back when you look at a true pure democrat political machine in this country you find yourself looking at a place that is generally very poorly and poorly governed isn't it just possible that after eight years of the obama administration the american people or at least a large portion of the american people felt like these folks meeting the democrats and their allies and the media that we're telling us i mean the media's telling us everything was so great when obama was an office obama's economic quote recovery was the slowest and most in need nick recovery since the great depression the economy dragged along for years people lost years of productivity here's of advancement in their careers because obama's idea was let's spend a whole lot of money on things that democrats like and let's also put a ton of regulations and a lot of state burdens on people and on businesses that are trying to.
"forty three days" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Miserable forty three days he spent in his home base of omaha last year bingham thinks he has purpose he gives speeches across the country and hotel conference rooms how much does your life weigh imagine for a second year carrying a backpack i want you to feel the straps on your shoulders film he has a goal to become the seventh member of the ten million mile club and even meets a like minded woman in verifier miya so like minded in vacs she tells him to quote just think of me as yourself only with vagina post copulation they compare customer loyalty cards and cross reference their schedules to plan future trysts bingham's life hit some turbulence when his boss played by friend of the podcast jason bateman tells him that he's needed in omaha he's been grounded in ivy league upstart named natalie played by anna kendrick has developed a video conferencing system that will save the company eighty five percent on travel and expenses after some pushback by bingham in a failed fake firing by natalie bateman capitulates he agrees to send bingham back on the road for a limited time but with natalie in toes so that she can learn the ropes kendrick is a revelation she is sharp witty clumsy funny naive competent and she is emotional the role was undoubtedly her coming out party and earned her an oscar nomination for best supporting actress for what it's worth for migo was also nominated for best departing actress and clooney got a best actor nomination the firing scenes really hit home and captured the feeling of the time as reitman us people from detroit in saint louis who had recently been fired to lean on their experience he also used that calvin akkas and true friend the the podcast because he's been on it j k simmons up in the air is billed as a comedy and there's plenty of amusement but the more times i see it the more i see it as a tragedy clooney show some real vulnerability while his character is a proud bachelor much in a way that clooney himself was at the time he eventually learns that life's better with company.
"forty three days" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Radio guy what does that tell you mark yacht yes mark what can i do for you on my question to you is that um my wife and i got into domestic fights of nothing will bad and i got a misdemeanor uh domestic violence but the day they got arrested was at night the next state farm or call uh names malan and glamour put my wife that she has put a restraining order on me uh or i can't come back while she's gonna kicked out of their okay and so my wife on her back you've got the my stuff um but i don't think a lamb or has the right to get involved domestically like that i mean the landlord has the right to make sure that violence does occur in the property and your white could have easily said no i'm not getting a restraining order but even if they did your your back together again i'm assuming no harm no foul at this point right mark oh oh yeah i i spent forty three days in jail for and is a landlord but what was she she she fox who may have to move out and get forty three days in jail for a uh a restraining order that's a civil restraining order how does that transferred to forty three days in jail because it got amac the police are the ones that through you in and then a judge gave you a forty three days in jail prime yeah so what what does it have to do with a landlord what are the landlord due to calve you arrested and put into jail well what it would be in what r y you are correct because he would not have something would not have called the police no she didn't he's just so how on a restraining order did you get forty three days in jail a restraining orders if you can't get near your wife i didn't i didn't remember at that i'm a wife and i will get along fine you said the landlord caused you to be arrested what was it the landlord yet although not at that pilot landlord i will go rep it was after the fact it was the fact you come back there a restraining order eurig norring it and now what are you want.
"forty three days" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The thing is i forty three days in jail for and that is it was a landlord but was she she she she's math move out and get forty three days in jail for a uh a restraining order that's a civil restraining order how does that transferred to forty three days in jail because it got the police are the ones that through you in and then a judge gave you forty three days in jail or prime yeah so what what does it have to do with a landlord what are the landlord due to calve you arrested and put into jail well what it would hurt my wife that the contact with whom she would not hit some he would not have called the police no he didn't he's just so how on a restraining order did you get forty three days in jail a restraining orders if you can't get near your wife i didn't i didn't ask remember at that my wife and i were along fine you said the landlord caused you to be arrested what was it the landlord idea how not at that pilot landlord i will directly without the fact it was the fact you come back there's a restraining order eurig norring it and now what do you want the next day after after i regret that the next day he called earth that nearing the case all you okay i got it i got what he had and now you're back together in the same place and how or no you look out owning well that's thatthat's said it's a shame that she moved out because she got so ex what's your question mark well my question to land no mel here he doesn't have the authority but he did in your life let him well isn't that an awesome because everywhere else to go restraining order had nothing to do with you being in jail let me here's the deal so you can get that so you get a restraining order in then after jail you came right back to the house light no she moved jowhar while that here's the problem you'd got restraining order here too so that so she the gland or said you have to get a restraining order because i'm afraid of this guy she gets a restraining order she does exactly what the landlord says right exactly and there she and then and.
"forty three days" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A bad contractor entered in a dishonest you'll do okay if you are both honest and a bad contractor the way i am or was you won't do okay you've got to law school and you're default there than become a i won't sale wonderfully successful attorney uh because of you noticed a nonpractising law and a radio guy what does that tell you mark yeah yes mark what can i do for you on my question to you here um my wife and i got two domestic fight uh nothing will bad and i got a misdemeanor uh domestic violence but the day that it got arrested with at night the next day the landlord called uh 'cause the neighbors tobin happen and the lamb or taught my wife that she has put a restraining order on me uh or i can't combat she's gonna get kicked out of their okay and so my wife on her back together hot himself uh but i don't think lamb or has a bike to get involved domestically like that landlord has a right to make sure that violence does not occur in the property and your wife could have easily said no i'm not getting a restraining order but even if they did your your back together again i'm assuming no harm no foul at this point right mark or or yeah i i spent forty three days in jail for and landlord but we'll she she she may have to move out and get forty three days in jail for a uh a restraining order that's a civil restraining order how does that transferred to forty three days in jail because it got a fire by the police are the ones that through you in and then a judge gave you a forty three days in jail for her yeah so what what does have to do with landlord what are the landlord due to calve you arrested and put into jail well what yet it would be even more r y contact with mike so she would not have some she would not have called the police no she didn't cooperate he's just so how on a restraining order did you get forty three days in jail a.
"forty three days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Spent forty three days in jail for and with with a landlord or she she she clashes nampa move out and get forty three days in jail for a uh a restraining order that's a civil restraining order how does that transferred to forty three days in jail because i got a diplomat ira the police are the ones that through you in and then a judge gave you a forty three days in jail or prime serve yeah yeah so what what does it have to do with a landlord what are the landlord due to calve you arrested and put into jail well what it would hurt you did more wire contact with mike hussey would not have so she would not have called the police no she didn't he's just so how on a restraining order did you get forty three days in jail a restraining orders just you can't get near your wife i didn't i didn't at that time a wife and i will get along fine you said the landlord caused you to be arrested what was it the landlord idea although not at that power fit landlord i was the red it was after the fact it was the fact you come there's a restraining order eurig norring it and now what are you what the next day after after i was arrested the next day he call her nearing the poorest okay so all you okay i got it i got what he did and now you're back together in the same place and or no shootout owning well that's thatthat's said it's a shame that she moved out because she's so young so ex what's your question mark where my question is highly reliable no no no.
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"Forty three days in jail for and that is a landlord but of course she she she thought graf the move out and get forty three days in jail for a uh a restraining order that's a civil restraining order how does that transferred to forty three days in jail because it got it the match up tonight the police are the ones that through you in and then a judge gave you a forty three days in jail time serve yeah yeah so what what does it have to do with a landlord what are the landlord due to calve you arrested and put into jail well what yeah it would be even more wire contact with microbes she would not have socie would not have called the police no she didn't call the police he's just so how on a restraining order did you get forty three days in jail a restraining orders if you can't get near your wife i didn't i didn't ever screen at that i'm a wife and i will get along fine said the landlord caused you to be arrested what was it the landlord idea i don't know about politics at the landlord i was a replica was after the fact it was the fact you combat there was a restraining order eurig norring it and now what are you what the next day after after i will represent the next day he called earth it you read the paris okay so you okay i got it i got what he ed and now you're back together in the same place and no no you look out owner well that's that said it's a shame that she moved out because she's still got so ex what's your question mark where my question is how it no you already know no he doesn't have the authority but he did in your wife let him well she didn't have an option because she didn't have anywhere else to go let's restraining order had nothing to do with you being in jail mean me here's the deal so you can get that so you're gonna restraining order and then after jail you came right back to the house right no she had moved out while that here's the problem you've got the restraining order here it is so the so she the land or said you have to get a restraining order because i'm afraid of this guy she gets a restraining order she does exactly what the landlord says right exactly.
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"Take the sappi's back to pass looking for the ad he's going to throw it is hard clutch jeremy davidson second others were down anna badgers end up quainoo perfectly into the zone once again is forty three four with twenty eight seconds on the clock all that is just a fantastic finish now up next door wisconsin western kentucky on august 31st that's just two hundred and forty three days away computer by a real football collegiate football fan in my partner this morning producer of bob and brian so thank you and we appreciate that checking for this war it's a course in wisconsin the packers and you just heard it from jay sergey he's been working the phones and following this developing story forest dom capers may be on the way out as defensive coordinator for the green bay packers and of course the team itself calling it a rap on 2017 season this afternoon in detroit disappointing to say the least but finish not with a win and reaching the 500 mark of would certainly be a positive step toward next year and with a record of eight natha or rather a record of eight and seven the lions are just as hunger for a win quarterback matthew stafford putting it this way quote there's a lot at stake every tummy go out there and play whatever you whatever you put on tape as in video presentation from individual action on the field is who you are as a player and who you are as a team now that's quarterback matthew staffer talking about the significance of the final game of the nfl season between both clubs are the pregame coverage by the way gets underway at ten o'clock on wtmj uh some interesting use out of oakland oakland raiders are preparing to pursue espn analyst john gruden with an offer so stronger could even include an ownership stake in the team that's according to a number of league sources lull a lot of breaking news coming out of the nfl right now as we speak uh let's see a couple other interesting stories which among update you one uh before you get to a tiger woods the admiral's faceoff against the griffin's tonight in grand rapids so we'll continue to watch the admiral's as they head out towards a grand rapids afford to night's faceoff tiger woods says he wants to compete as often as possible in the.
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"And we were talking about the dance thing and all that and i asked him you know his wife was with them and this guys like 45 you're so right handsome do nice kids he said he was there after having spent some forty three days in the hospital as his wife died of breast cancer god and i sean on i'm i'm now locked into that have the exactly that i've conversation and he was actually doing phenomenal she actually died i think in april now and they had bought the tickets to go to the valley and it's for my daughter's above they were all going to go and the day before the plane they noticed these spots and she got really sick and it was downhill from there and i'm thinking to myself man obviously i didn't ask them out there planning right but planning is so critically important never know single or your mary whatever s never know when when these risks can affect you and your family and we said this before ray you either do risk management or you do crisis management take your pick one is much less painful than the other bowl one you do in advance and the other one hopefully you have alleviated or or or igf you haven't view of answered after the fog thing and then it really is a crisis road this is this is thing that i want to encourage people to do plan it's as simple as that she 92ish you're on by mutual funds in like that she doesn't do that but she does engage in risk management planning and i think it's so critically important and the article that i read this morning this a pretty high falutin financial dude is talking about what his real job is is not about asset allocation and rebalancing and all this sexy stuff that we talk about all the time dividend banks stuff that i'll talk about probably next hour but for this hour what he was saying in that article rings so true and that is financial advisers job is really the start with the basics of risk management and sometimes you never yet be on that by budgetary constraints or whatever but if you just focus on that and now.