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Runoffs set in 5 Georgia congressional primaries
"No run off is needed in Georgia's sixth congressional district race Karen Handel easily wins the Republican primary setting up a rematch with incumbent Lucy McBath in district thirteen long time U. S. representative David Scott is forced into a runoff in the democratic primary with challenger Keesha waits district seven Democrats call Caroline Bordeaux and Brenda Romero meet in a runoff to determine who meets Republican rich McCormick and in the night district to run offs Republicans Matt Gertler and Andrew Clyde at the top Democrats are brick siskin and Devin
"gertler" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Web site and there's a special red tape coalition portion of that That help would be tremendous. And then it's getting to be election time. We're we're also a super PAC and we're going to be very engaged trying to get some really good free market conservatives elected in Georgia. You've got three open congressional seats two. Senate seats up the makeup of the US. Congress is going to be heavily affected by what people do in Georgia in this next election. So find people who believe in freedom and go out and help them in well. David I've told you this before and I'll I'll say it again. While the audience is listened to club for growth is the very first political organization. I ever supported in my life and have been supporting you guys ever since and. I'm glad you were able to join me this morning. And Good luck with his happy to drive people to the cause. Absolutely I let me if you will. Eric mentioned a couple of people. We have endorsed Sure McCormick in in that district and Gertler in his district or to you know we do a lot of vetting interview them research their background. Those are two gentlemen who will be great new members of Congress. I you know I I guess I missed the the pressures on these two good because because I was going to support both of them too so I'm glad troll are too. Yeah Yeah they're GONNA be great. I look forward to seeing them up here. In Washington they can join chip in the ranks of people who understand what it takes for freedom to let people flourish. That's fantastic David. Thank you so much for stopping by appreciate very much great to talk to you. That's David McIntosh. She's the president of the clever really was the very first political organization that I ever supporting gave money to have been a supporter of there's ever since finding fiscal conservatives to go to Washington DC. I always thought it was funny. The club does a scorecard and the national right to life. Coalition also does a scorecard. And if you want I always tell people if you wanna find the most pro-life members of Congress look at the club for growth scorecard not national right to life now now why will because the the social conservative groups that are pro-life have for a long time. Tried to be bipartisan of possible. And sometimes would kinda skate around the edges of issues to make sure that they could get some Democrats on the scorecards as well club for growth. They're all about fiscal conservatism. Have your fiscal conservative. You may be personally in favor of abortion but you do not want the government spending a dime on it and it turns out that the club for growth scorecard is a better metric for the most pro-life members of Congress than a lot of the pro-life groups scorecards Because of that fact they don't want government spending and now this is good so rich McCormick in the seventh and Matt Gertler up and Doug Policy. I was going to support both of them. Anyway so I might as well make it official this morning. Tell you that that up in northeast. Georgia. I'm support Matt Gertler For Congress I I was GONNA wait but I might as well with the club coming out. That that's a good time for me to say it as well If you know who met. Gertler is He is a doctor. Know of the state legislature. Here in Georgia. I guess you could say he is very frequently the sole no vote in the legislature when it comes to the budget issues fees. He's a good guy young guy Solid conservative and he will be fantastic up there So go on and support Matt. Gertler up in northeast Georgia. He's running in Mac Doug Collins Deceit Doug College of course running in the Senate seat and Man. Gertler in Congress would be amazing. Thanks again David. Mcintosh for stopping by. It really is Worth thinking about these regulations It's it's just man The the fact that you know and I don't hold me to this please. 'cause it's it's only a sugar lobbyists who told you know if. I go across the street to my beloved publics. I can buy a twenty five pound bag of dixie crystals sugar. The only sugar brand that you should by no. It's not a product pitch. It's just dixie crystals. I'm cracking myself up at you. People gun nuts but you could buy a twenty five pound bag of sugar at Publix or Kroger. I saw mccurdy. But you know what you can't buy. You can't buy twenty five pal bag of flour. They make them but you can't buy them at the local grocery store now. You may be able to buy at SAM's or Costco. I've never been in Moscow before by the way I have never ever been in a costco in my entire life. My Buddy Clark Howard in Atlanta is convinced. We need to go on a field trip to a costco. Where apparently you got to wear a mask if you go into a costco now maybe I will. You might be able to buy a twenty five pound bag of flour at Costco. But you can't buy it at your local grocery store and these sugar lobbyists friend of mine says it has to do. With regulations you can sell massive bags of flour to wholesalers. So you could probably get them at Costco. But you can't at the grocery store now. I don't know where they would even put them at the grocery store. But you can't buy them. You're a serious baker. You got a sore sheer twenty five pound bags of flour. You don't want the great side effects of all this. The great flour shortage of twenty twenty is local milk production. There's a local mill. It's like a thousand years old and in Great Britain that suddenly fired up to to start cracking wheat and making flour again i. I've got several friends of mine. Who are serious bakers who grind their? They buy grain and they make their own flowers But I suspect locals GonNa come back in that area so now King Arthur if you're a baker King Arthur's kind of the gold standard in the reason the King Arthur's is the gold. Standard is because they're very big in the banking community and flowers have different protein content. You did not need to know this. But you're going to know it now and you're GONNA win at Trivia. One night you're going to go to your local watering hole. And they're going to talk about this and because you listen to this program you're GonNa know flower. Has Different protein contents and the protein contents of the gluten gluten is what holds the bread together and the reason you need. Bread is to get all the gluten align traps the gas bubbles and gives you what you want so for bread for example you want a high protein high gluten flour so a bread flour has more protein than your all purpose flour euro purpose flowers kind of splitting the baby between the pastry flour and the bread flour and then you got the pastry flour which has very low protein because you want flaky. You don't want the air bubbles trapped in a in a soft crime. You want the flakes. So you've got to have low protein in the pastry flour. And then they've got all sorts of other fire. They got the gluten-free flower flower. But it makes your gluten free craze and those of you was silly axa able to eat flour but nonetheless so you got protein in the different flowers. And but here's the thing you got gold meal flour you've got a white lily flower. You've got pillsbury flour. You've got King Arthur flower. You've got all these different flower brands and the all purpose flour of each one is different. So for example your White Lily Flower. Which is the southern flower which you can find it both grocery stores in the south still. My wife only uses white lily all bleached self rising flour for her biscuits e e you do not make biscuits without white lily. Flower doesn't matter where you are in the country. I've got a friend of mine. Who lives up in Massachusetts? Who has her family's ship her White Lily Flower for the sole purpose of making biscuits. Why because of the protein in the White Lily? Flower is less. It's not as low as patriot flower but it is lower than your standard all purpose flour now king. Arthur makes Self rising low protein flower. But it's not white Lily White Lily. White Lily also makes all purpose flour in the White Lily all purpose flour if you bake with White Lily. All-purpose lowers opposed to Arthur flower. Your cookies turn out a little more crumbly. As opposed to software because the protein content is less because of the southern wheat. Flour is the week grains that the US believe it or not gold meal. I think has slightly more flour then the Then the Then King Arthur Standard. Listen I I don't mean to get into a dissertation flower protein and Gluten Strands. But that's the point When you bake King Arthur is such a big deal in the baking community most bread recipes. Presume you're using King Arthur flower so if you get the gold meal flour or the pillsbury flour or the White Lily Flower your recipes actually gonNA turn out slightly different from if you use the King Arthur flower which is why there's such a shortage of King Arthur flower right now but that is spilled over so I went to for example fresh market and making yesterday. I wore my maskey to the door without a mass. Are they turn somebody away yesterday? For not wearing a mask and all they had was giant bags of gold our like they had tin pound bags. Turn on their side. They had no King Arthur flour. 'cause everybody's buying the King Arthur stuff. There's a shortage and you can't buy the twenty five pound bag at your local grocery store you gotta go to the wholesale Place to get that. Because the government regulation the whole thing we need to rethink government regulation between consumer and commercial sales. My it is me. Erik Erikson welcome. It is the Erik Erikson show. That would be my show. May the fourth be with you today. I should have started with the Star Wars theme. But that's all right. Welcome yes it is. Star Wars Day around the world may the fourth. Yes that's right. You people called and complained to my producer that I was talking cooking in the last hour. Distinguishing between the gluten content of flower. So now you gotTa Talk Star Wars with me. Says she didn't like the cooking. Actually no we have other news. There's actually big news and believe it or not. This is big news clarence. Thomas has asked a question it is the number one trending story on social media. Not just in Georgia but nationally clarence. Thomas has asked a question. The Supreme Court has started oral arguments. And they're doing them by phone. They're not actually going to the court and the way they're doing. The oral arguments is each lawyer gets two minutes to make their opening with no interruptions and then each justice gets two minutes to ask questions Two minutes worth of questions and then they get two minutes. We're closing that is how they're doing their zoom arguments or whatever they're doing their by foam and Justice Chief Justice Roberts called on justice. Thomas ask questions now. The reason this is the biggest trending item on social media in North America. Right now is because justice. Thomas does not ask questions Justice Thomas. The last time Justice Thomas ask questions was in two thousand sixteen He asked a question now. This is the Associated Press Has the story up that the Supreme Court? Let's see this is from Note it was so two thousand nineteen he asked one question and then he asked a question in two thousand sixteen. It is really rare for Clarence Thomas to ask a question. The Supreme Court was about to adjourn for the day when the Georgia baritone politely inquired of the lawyer at the lectern justice. Thomas the court's only African American member and loan southerner was breaking a three-year silence at high court arguments with a couple of questions and a case about racial discrimination in the South the case involved a black Mississippi death row inmate. Who's been tried six times for murder and a white prosecutor with the history of excluding African Americans from juries by using preemptory strikes for which no explanation is required. The prosecutor Doug Evans excused five. African Americans from the jury and Inmate Curtis Lower six trial..
Introducing the Movie Director Game with Sam Esmail
"We have a special sort of conversation. Here we're joined by Mister Robot. Creator the Creator of the film comet The director of Amazon's homecoming. Yes Sam. Esmail saying what's up. Hello how are you? I'm so excited to be here. I'm such a fan. Oh that's very sam. You wanted to play a game with us. I did now. I want to know why you wanted to play that game with us and I also want you to explain the game. Well explaining it okay. I'll let me start by saying I'm a huge film. Learn as I think anybody who listens to the watch probably already gust. And I've always played this game with all my film nerd fans and so I figured one when I started listening to your podcasts. Which obsessed with a huge fan of I figured especially with Amanda Sort of counterpoint? To talk to your thinking Shawn's like I just thought this'll be a fun game to play the game. Basically and again. This is sorry for listeners. Who are not going to be in on this because it's so inside. It's not even that insight. It's but it's it's really not OK okay. I won't apologize here. We go is a good game in and you deserve it. It's the best director per decade and the best director who die who had their debut. That decade does that make sense. Did I explain this? Should we use an example to help people understand it? What's an example that we won't? Won't you trample on the choices that we've made here? Well we look at this decade. We had we had like a number of actually great film. Directors made their debut Jordan. Peele with get ou- Greta Gerwig with Lady Bird Vince Gilligan Man. This favorite with El Camino until nineteen many wonderful. Thanks well actually. Gertler made no thanks. But it's it's it's it's it's. It's good to bring up Vince. As an example because he actually that was his feature directing debut which is all coming up. Now the thing is it's not necessarily not saying what's the best directorial debut? Just the director that we appreciate. The most made that debut made their debut in that decade so I think that there's a couple of semantic complications around now and you know as well as I do that there are student films. Their short film features so. Let's lay the groundwork. Because Vince directed episodes of Britain. He directed the pilot breaking bug which I think was in the prior decade but we're talking feature directorial debut so that seems easy to Parse. It's not as easy to Parse as it seems. Now tell me why well. Are you talking about dual are GonNa be Spielberg is is a particularly complex example? Because of nine or you're talking about nine gallery 'cause that's TV while he made a movie when he was seventeen called firelight for five hundred bucks and is that a film. Is that a feature film even his parents saw. I wouldn't say a featured like a debut meaning. It was released in movie theaters got it. Okay commercially available. Commercially available attack. Those are good ground rules. I'm glad that we established that play into my less later on. I do consider to be because it didn't get released in theaters. Well it is a feature film but it was not this little guy but that is considering his feature debut his first full length movie right what. What's the movie after that? Then Land Express okay all right so yes we'll stick to that okay before we play the game now. The people understand the game I want but just add one other thing the interesting thing about this game and I think will when we go through. We'll see it's where the decades are hard because there's just so many amazing options and where the decades are not A. There's not a lot of options. I just find the conversation around that to be interesting because lanes a little bit about where movies are and where they're doing exactly specifically the nineties which I thought was just a burst of like creative inspirational film makers and then the very decade after the ONS which I struggled I struggled to find. I have some counterpoint to that point but I I wanna use this as an opportunity to pick a bone with you. Oh Wow okay I resent you. I resent your your appearance on this podcast because what I what we need. What this podcast needs is people like you making movies and television shows will but you love movies and you film in a very discreet way. Yes but and I mean I guess we're going to get into it right now. It's gotTa think about think about indie filmmakers. What happened let's say Ryan Kugler? Who Loved Fruitvale? Right mazing what happened to him. After he made fruitvale he went into the machine he went into the machine. And that's what's happening with a lot of these other directors and that. That's the difference between the nineties and now so I think. Pta came out with holiday today. Is he making you know Batman in two years and by the way no not dissing on Batman? I'm excited for When Matt Raises Version of it? Because I'm a fan of his but I think it's just the industry is dictating a lot of what directors are doing now and you know and not to 'em this point that's the machine that we're in right now so and that's more reflective of the decade so t to to get to my TV point. Tv's where you get to make the interesting shit. I don't know if I could have made mister robot as a feature in fact I tried well. That was my fault. Got a little long winded. With how long was that? That forty five. Our film now That feature from I wrote ninety pages of wasn't even into act tune. That's when I realized I was in trouble. Was there a divergent path for you where after comet you could have just doubled down and said I'll stay. I'll continue to stay kind of broke but I'll keep making movies will. Yeah I mean that was the plan I was going to make Mr Buzzing indie feature and got stuck with it and Steve Golan Who You know owns anonymous content who Read the pages of Missouri Button at the time detective had just come out and he just He had just produced. That and I thought women that will this is fucking coal. And I don't need to do anything with this. I don't need to refashion the script that I had in mind and fitted into this to our box and honestly I was just really more. I remember thinking I was way more excited about true detective than I was about anything. Elsa came out there. Trust them into. What are your thoughts on true detective because I have no idea? I don't love thank you. Yeah I think I think I see yes. The first season I think true detective on its face is like a accomplished piece of television filmmaking and also I'm a huge fan of cary Fukunaga always and forever Perhaps not for the same reasons. Assess it to me actually wrap. It was such a turning point. Anything his best thing that he's done. I'm not even going to say Jane Eyre Okay. I haven't I haven't seen that I haven't seen the new Bond movie I but I'm really looking forward to it because I'm also a bond person and also I just you know I think true true detective as this carries best thing. I think that's probably true but my issue with detective is not actually true detective itself. It is the dialogue around your detective. And also I think that's a pivot point in terms of when and how we started evaluating TV in terms of tracking shots and the actual just the athletic like filmmaking as a way to bring the an experience. What is this athletic yet? Flex now and then on twitter people are now saying slaps what what is all? I don't understand that you want to explain the Internet. Let's start with the athletic because Amanda I. I've heard you use a lot and I've I've been on a lot of sets of never heard anyone say the words. I think the first person he was at my friend on the TV critic Philip asking and I think it puts its finger on this idea of money that you bring her up because she wrote this she wrote. It was a harsh. I mean whatever I respect her reviews she dissed my one episode of Mister Robot whereas all one tracking shot. I assume yes is what you mean by athletic because I do think that Filmmaking and TV and everything is more than cameras and more than where the camera is and there is such a absolutely station online. The damore as more aspect of filmmaking and I think that the tracking shot is caption of that and just like. Oh Wow. Did you see what he did. That was so cool. Oh my God. The camera is moving. You know don't you think it but don't you think has a to me every every sort of choice that you make with the camera has an effect and yes to some extent it it takes you out of it and draws attention to itself but to some extent. I really I mean what do you think of the Copacabana Sean? And I and I and I do. Actually I think even tracking protective is effective. But you know we're doing a podcast right now. That isn't essentially about how we talk about. Film and like establishing a Canon of source. And the cannon is so reliant on where do we put the camera and what did they itch on showing us an either. Don't respond to that artistically at some point. I'm just like Yay like fancy camera. Shots you got it. Congratulations to you but I do also think it distracts from the other equally important. I feel making that. Don't get enough credit. I think code is also a specifically athletic is code for Masculinity. You know it's code for this sort of The might of the male filmmaker. Now that's not always true if you watch like strange days for example. Kathryn bigelow is doing a lot with the camera yet. It is unorthodox and cool and might have what would otherwise be deemed kind of masculine energy. But I do think that true detective and largely the dialogue like you're saying was about a lot of dudes being like Yo. This is sick now. Personally I thought it was sick. Oh okay but I I would. I was not a fan of those scripts and I don't think that story is very strong but I thought that was really well
"gertler" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"On Thursday. May Seventeenth nineteen eighty four six Manley residents visited the Manley hot springs boat-landing it landing between noon and two thirty pm Joe mcvay and Dale Manage ASCII drove to the boat landing to launch McVeigh's boat mcvay thirty eight a wounded Vietnam veteran lived with his wife Alice across the river from Manley Madagascar twenty four live nearby with his is wife Kristen Albert Hagen Junior twenty seven drove to the boat landing with a load of brushed to jump into the river lime inclined thirty six Joyce Klein thirty and the client's two year old son. Marshall drove to the boat landing on their four wheeler for family. Outing Joyce was pregnant in it the couple's second child while no one realized it at first another area resident also visited the boat-landing sometime between we noon and two thirty. PM Fred Burke thirty at Trapper boated from his camp up river down the river to the boat-landing because he I'm on it to work on the truck. He kept a manly around four PM. Manley Resident Savvy Gertler drove to the boat landing with a car full of children and who wanted to watch the mighty ten and all river boil and churn while the winter is broke apart and sail down the river savvy reported. She saw quiet light landing but she noticed that Michael Silks Canoe was half off his car. When savy returned to the boat landing two hours later silks canoe was gone on when Joe mcvay failed to return home his wife Alice drove to the landing and found Joe's boats still there and a six pack of beer in his truck truck. She immediately began to worry about her husband. When Joe still hadn't returned home by noon the next day Alice called the Alaska State State troopers in Fairbanks troopers took her report but they thought Joe mcvay would probably show up within the next few hours. Gradually other friends and relatives began to worry about their missing loved ones the relatives gathered and began comparing notes about when they last saw the missing residents one person drove to the landing and notice the strange car. They feared this person could also be missing so they called the troopers and related his license plate plate number. When troopers ran the plate they realized it belonged to Michael Silica. A man wanted for the murder of Roger Culp in Fairbanks..
"gertler" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Swing into Rochester New York on a four game winning streak at eighty two record tied for first place. Overall in the national lacrosse league. Yes. Last week was a handful with Calgary. But the bandits found a way to win. And that's just what what teams do tonight, they enter the Hextall ways playing surface here that is founded this club since they began going face to face with each other since nineteen ninety-five it can only look at twelve and twenty four record. This has to stop bandits and Nighthawks skin thirty minutes. Hell over about eight for the Blue Cross arena in downtown Rochester. Welcome to the bandits pre-game show. I'm John Gertler alongside Steve Steve what is it about this building? And I know I've asked one hundred people from one end of the turf to the other there just seems to be a problem with the bandits playing here at Blue Cross arena. Yeah. They've struggled to find ways to win here. I talked to coach Richie Kilgore a few weeks ago. And I said what's the deal with playing in Rochester? And he kind of chuckled and he said. If I knew that maybe we'd be able to figure it out and not struggle so much. But for whatever reason when buffalo comes to this bar and they struggled to find the back of the net and struggled to find ways to win. And they'll certainly wanna find a way today to take the season series returning to last week in the bandits come from behind twelve ten victory over the Calgary. Roughnecks Steve the bandits learned a lesson that this team and every team in the NFL L is good, and they can't take anybody lightly. Yeah. Calgary is a good team in buffalo as you mentioned earlier kind of had to find a way to win when their offense was struggling to find the back of the net. They got contributions from other areas and transition and on defense. Of course, a big saves. But ultimately there have been a few times this year. When maybe the bandits haven't looked greater haven't played consistent, but there's such a talented team. And they found a way to win last week. I think that's the best way to characterize interesting to note, Steve Calgary's attack, and they were really working on this in the morning shootaround last Saturday in order to hold up Buffalo's offense, and instead of trying to pull their hair out and figure out who to cover who they constantly worked on getting Thomas Coburg out of the picture. And I thought they did a pretty good job of that on the fact that he scored no points at all. Out of the game. They held them off the scoresheet and Hogarth has been a guy that's been contributing that secondary scoring on the right side offense. But even though they took away one of the offensive weapons. Some big goals from chase. Frazier in transition and shorthanded big goals from Steve so, yeah, they might have keyed in on Thomas Hogarth and taken him away. But there's a whole lot of other weapons at this bandit squad has the bandits most powerful offense in the league. The average fourteen point six goals a game. It's Steve they're going to get more of that. Because the transition game is improving game by game. Yeah. They wanted to be a good transition team for a long time. And they now have some youth and some speed on the back end, of course, Ian McKay and Matt Gill Ray being drafted third and fourth both provide the ability to scoop the ball and get it up the floor. And then last week we saw Steve scoring behind the backs short handed and they're getting contributions from players out the back door who are getting the ball up the floor, but the other advantages if there's a set where players out the back door find themselves on offense. They're comfortable. They're okay. Stay. Paying out there for an offensive set. And they're finding success in the back of the net. So the bandits have Dane Smith. They have Sean Evans have gut Corey small the got Jordan Durst and Thomas Hogarth chase Frazier list goes on, but let's focus in on steep for yellow and Ian McKay. And Nick Leeson in Etowah O'Connor. These are the guys that are the developers of this transition game. They lay the foundation on this. And we've heard this from from head coach John Taveras of the fact that it's tough in this league play five on five and the only way that you're going to win a game as you get five six seven transition goals and part of that it takes a special formula to make a good transition player. They first stop have to be great at scooping a loose ball. Because there's times that it's a hard ricochet off the poster off a body or off the glass, so first and foremost, they have to be skilled at scooping loose ball. Secondly, they either need to have the speed or the vision to get the ball up the floor. I think having Braunau might be the fastest player on the team. Maybe some. Guys. We'll take exception to me saying that. But having the ability to get the flu the ball off the floor with speed whether that comes on a nice outlet pass bringing it up themselves. These transition players that you mentioned they have the whole bag of tricks. I have mentioned about Justin Martin being an unsung hero. But Nick is another guy. That's an unsung hero. He does so much on practically every inch of the floor and responsible for not only. Good defensive plays. But offense wise it paid dividends for him last week by scoring against Calgary. I think Nick is one of my favorite players to watch play just because of almost a lunch lunch bucket mentality. I don't want to discount the skill that he plays with his feet. Never stop moving. His stick is always active. He always has crosschecks on the body and sticks on the hands. And he's usually in someone's pocket on defense. And then as you mentioned if he does find the ball and sticky is more than comfortable making a pass bringing it up the floor or scoring a goal if it's one guy that knows all of the angles cure at Blue Cross arena. It's goaltender met Vince for the years that he played with the K hawks. But Steve here's a guy that makes the saves at the right moment of the game. And he did that on Saturday night last Saturday night against Calgary. And he's got a defensive crew. Now that's paying attention to. Him and all of his commands that he shouts out his crease area. Yeah. I think the first two goals Calgary scored on their first two shots at the game. And I think that vino wanted both of those back after those first two goals. He absolutely slammed the door shut the second half. He only gave up two goals. Yeah. The defense certainly tightened up, but he made several point blank saves. And that's what they brought him into do. He's the best goaltender in the world for a reason. And he certainly is almost like a sixth defender on the floor the way that he communicates with his defense. Even after a goal is scored, you know, we've talked to the defenders and Steve Creoles says he talks to Matt after every goal against even if it's just a pick me pay. We'll get him next time. Sometimes it saying, hey, we missed a slide. Hey, you missed you weren't able to roll over that swing kicking quick enough watch that gap, and it's great to have a goaltender who's also vocal like that. It's almost like a sixth defender bandits are pretty much sticking to their defensive game plan. St. the fact that they like to turn the flares inside out, or that's what Richie Kilgore would say is the head coach and the defense end of the business and with a group like roster. It's the same thing. But the bandits won't change their defensive plan. No matter what team they're playing. It's just that back that they want to turn them inside out of force that shot way from the outside any team in this league wants to dictate where shots against come from. Unfortunately, last time in this building they really weren't able to do that. Right. Just a couple of gaps and that Austin shanks guy had a few goals seven of them. And that right side offense for Rochester was just able to find the same spot to shoot from. And whether that's a cool does to the Nighthawks for opening up some space, and Richie Kilgore would say absolutely not they need to have gap control. And make sure that they're not allowing that much space for shooters to take a shot. What do we have roster changes tonight? Steve looks like tonight, we will have scratched for buffalo. We will scratch Bryce sweating and Matthew Bennett. So two guys out the back door scratched. We see John Harnett drawn into the lineup. Otherwise out the front door things. Look the same as the last game for Rochester. They'll be scratching Pat Saunders and Orrin horn game show tonight here from Rochester's the bandits take on the Nighthawks. This is the third game of the regular season series between these two clubs ended. It's tied at one. Sean Evans comes into this evening's game, the leader, not only the bandits, but of the entire national lacrosse league with twenty goals and forty three assists for sixty three points. Dane Smith on a terror of late. And I mean a terror of late here's Smith coming into this evening's game thirty seven points in his last five games. And he's second overall for the bandits with fifty seven points. Fourteen goals, forty three assists. Corey small Twenty-three at twenty three for forty six. Thomas Hogarth who was held scoreless last week at twenty one goals, thirteen assists for thirty four points. Jordan, Dirksen, who you'll hear from the evening on a free game show at twenty nine point. So there's the top in the band the scoring does it sound for the NFL standings were this is the way it goes going into the seasonings contests. There's only one of the contest tonight minutes later on Colorado. Visiting Saskatchewan Toronto is seventy one on the season buffalo eight into and they're currently on a four game winning streak Georgia in third place at seven.
"gertler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I this is W SP twenty four hour. Continuing news forgetting Monday Gwinnett county commuters. We'll have to detour around a fifty year old bridge over I eighty five as the DOT starts a major reconstruction project because the bridge on spout springs road is so narrow it's long overdue for an upgrade to make it wider and safer that Rick Whitley tells channel two action news, this is not good news. Caused a big problem with the school buses, especially the ones is this bridge. One bus driver says it will add another twenty five minutes to her route school officials say while the pickup and drop off times may change students will not be late for school. Jennifer Griffiths WSB three teenagers between fourteen and fifteen years old or hospitalized following a Saturday night shooting in southwest Atlanta. Police were called to the camp creek marketplace after a fight escalated into gunfire tons of guy size. This really loud. Witnesses told channel two action news they heard shots fired from two different weapons. Police haven't identified any suspects, the sponsor of a controversial gun Bill. And the state house is looking for more lawmakers to sign on Georgia gun owners who wanted to carry their weapons in public can do without a permit under the Bill by Representative. Matt Gertler dozen states have passed constitutional carry essentially what it does is make the Georgia weapons license option. He's looking for other members. To sign on like Representative Colton more. It's a tax on a God, given right? And we shouldn't support that house minority leader Bob Trammell says Democrats will find it would be bad move. Sandra Parrish WSB. All right moving on to sports now NFC championship game. Overtime rains beat the saints. Twenty six to twenty three AFC championship gain. Overtime patriots down the chiefs thirty seven to thirty one L A. We'll meet New England February third in Super Bowl fifty three Amherst win stadium here in Atlanta. WSB news time to.
"gertler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Noel king. And I'm David Greene. When athletes take a shot to the head? It is hard to know exactly what will happen to their brains. NPR's John Hamilton spent some time with a scientist who was trying to understand why certain head impacts are worse than others, Phillip Bailey's interest in brain injuries began with a question about soccer players Bailey's, a mechanical engineer at Washington University in St Louis and in the two thousands. He met with some doctors who treat injured athletes said, well, we've got some kids who have concussions and they want to know if they can go back to play, and we don't know what's happening to their head when they're heading a soccer ball. Was it a big impact or a small one? The doctors thought Bailey might have the answer. I said it's really interesting I play soccer and my kid play soccer. And I don't know what's happening when you had a soccer ball either. But I know how we can find out Bailey brought some soccer players into the lab to find out. How much exceleron their heads experienced the answer fifteen to twenty times the force of. Gravity. Bailey says that's a moderate impact jump up and down your maybe feeling four or five. Jeez. When you hit the ground when you play football. I have a hard collision with someone else. It's maybe fifty to one hundred Gs but Bailey realize these numbers didn't mean much unless he knew how much of this force was reaching a person's brain. So he spent more than a decade trying to figure that out. It's an effort that is involved jiggling a lot of living human brains, Charlotte Gertler graduate student in Bailey's lab shows one way to do that your head is resting on this. So now, I'll make it vibrate. Again. Vibrating? Yeah. That's what by the back of your head. That's how we see the waves inside your head.
"gertler" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Apply capital. One Bank USAA. It's a key time in Great Britain. Now that negotiators have worked out of Brexit deal laying out the terms for a departure from the European Union. We're live in London with CBS's. Vicki Barker, Prime Minister, Theresa may this hour asking her deeply divided cabinet to approve the draft deal. But many if not most of her fellow conservatives argue, but would leave Britain abiding by e you rule, there was absolutely no why even if candidates have proved this today that he will ever get through Paul many opposition labor. Lawmakers agree raising the prospect Britain may crash out of the EU on Brexit day next March Brexit as an unmitigated disaster for Northern Ireland because that would likely close the now open land border between Northern Ireland. And e you member Ireland one reason the Liberal Democrats want another referendum needs to go back to the people. We need to double check that. This is what they won't take. Even if the Brits say, yes, twenty-seven EU nations. Still need to approve the deal to Steve lots of excitement about Amazon's decision to split its second head. Quarters with locations in Arlington, Virginia and New York City, but some point to the billions in tax breaks and some potential downsides. Eric Gertler is on the board of the Empire State development fund. No question. There's going to be pressure in these neighborhoods. There will likely be increased housing costs increased. Transportation costs pressure on utilities. Ford is teaming up with wal mart in Miami to test deliveries in a driverless vehicle. A WalMart worker loads groceries into the back of a self driving vehicle is showing an afford video that vehicle would drive to your house you'd punch in a code to get your purchase wolf affords. Automated vehicle development team says there's a lot to learn a lot of deliveries for WalMart. The next couple of months wolf says eventually automated vehicles will be moving both people and goods Jeff Gilbert, CBS news, Detroit than six thousand people have signed an online petition urging a Wisconsin school district to suspend the students seem giving what appears to be a Nazi salute in a photo student. Brought Turkington says it's all a misunderstanding around on the steps. And he says the high side, we're kind of confused I didn't know where the high sign was he turned to one of my friends in the picture as hey what's going on? He said, I don't know. Just stick your hand out Wall Street in the early going. The Dow is up one hundred fifty one points time on the roundup eight past the.
"gertler" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"But then he also has the general, which is a wonderful movie and it's very hard to find everybody out there who has not seen or heard of the general. I think it was two thousand two, Brendan Gleeson Jon Voight. It's black and white cinemascope. It is absolutely wonderful. It is an amazing film. I want this movie to be rediscovered for me, the exorcists, and this is like something that I kind of engaged with the first time I saw it, but I always assumed that the exorcist was a film about child abuse to kind of have it be a film about, and I definitely agree. I think it's about every other. Character except for Reagan, and which makes sense on a certain level because I think it would be really difficult to write a horror film about child abuse from a child's perspective. I mean, something like in a glass cage does that, and you know is notoriously difficult for people to watch and so on and so forth. But this film, it's always baffled me how like you were saying every other character, even people who get like little snippets of scenes seem to have an arc and Reagan doesn't. She's just this like flat unchanging kind of Ray of sunshine in a way that totally not believable. But for some reason works for me because of her charisma. And because I think they do such an interesting job of exploring Lamont's issue and his personal tension. But yeah, I, I've seen all. The films in the series multiple times and they're all extremely masculine films and was definitely no exception that the dress her in white diaphanous gowns throughout so much of this movie is where. No, Brahm I got. It was so distracting. Like when she was sleepwalking and it's just like my goodness, her boobs are just so on display right here is like, why even bother wearing a gown right now, film deals with sexuality in such a weird way. And like a lot of Bormann's other films aren't shy about exploring sex and nudity and so on so forth. But in this one, it's like it wants to go there. But it also seems to wish the character was a younger child than she actually is. They do these weird things where at least in my perspective in the first movie position is very gender, neutral. But in this movie position almost explicitly female, at least that's how it seemed like they were using an actor in makeup who who was a woman, and there's the sequence at the end where they're sort of the good Reagan in the Susie Reagan, it just seemed like. Such a predictable thing for a movie to do. I mean, you have something like William gertler's film Abby from around the same time, which I loved, which is basically a blaxploitation rip off of the exorcist, but the way it deals with her possession, at least in part is that it makes her really aggressively sexual. And so it just seems strange to me that women sword of hints that he's going to go down that path and at least explore what that means to Reagan who is now a teenager on the more mature side of puberty, but never goes there. It just doesn't make her wear bra yet. The whole idea of Reagan turning from a girl into woman in the first film. And of course we talk about like menstrual blood and all of this kind of stuff..
"gertler" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Board domestic flights or visit military basis two years from now. They will cost forty eight dollars The FBI agent who oversaw the opening of, the Russia, investigation has been. Fired ABC's Arlette signs has the reaction from President Trump finally that's how. President Trump reacted to the firing. Of FBI agent Peter Struck who in two thousand sixteen cents critical messages about then candidate Trump. The president tweeted the list of bad players, in the FBI and DOJ gets longer and, longer the president went. On to call for the end of the Russia investigation, saying it's a witch, hunt and total hoax he added no collusion no. Obstruction I just fight back Arlit. Signs ABC news the White House of mayor in. Southern Kentucky is charged with hit, and run than a crash that injured a. Teenager who was riding a bicycle stay police say Somerset bear Eddie Girdler was driving Sunday. Evening when his car collided with teenage girls bicycle investigators identified Gertler gertler's driver he was cited for leaving the scene. Of an accident and. Failure to render aid the fifth Eighteen year old is recovering from her injuries governor. Bevin today is beating with China's top diplomat governor Bevin has hosting Chinese ambassador to the, US quay Tanguy at the governor's mansion tonight to discuss economic development the meeting comes of the US and China fight a war of tariffs with the latest round, of Chinese tariffs on American made products. Affecting soybeans and whiskey, along with. Some five hundred and forty other, items the. Visit also comes three days after Senator Mitch McConnell told supporters President Trump is taking a harder stance with the Chinese to level the playing field, and to, make up for..
"gertler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To talk to you so glencore was already facing legal and regulatory problems around the world now this us probe into corruption and money laundering allegations may be widening what happens next well this has been a really huge year for glenn call because we're now aware of three different probes into glenn close activities one being this new one from the doj another one in canada and a third one which is very much in its early early stages in the uk these could be very very big investigations and they could have a broad ramifications for glencore it's not just multiple countries right it's also multiple commodities tell us why that combination is so important the news from the the doj is incredibly important because there are three different countries that are being looked at one venezuela the other night cheerier both of those are oil trading businesses for glencoe and the third one is the congo which is a copper and cobalt play cobalt in particular is a very very hot commodity if it's being investigated glencore could come under pressure to divest and what makes this all the more interesting is that top managers will have to think about their own involvement all of this investigators going to find something that implicates them in any wrongdoing and if they do then they're gonna have to get out of their positions at gain call because otherwise glencore isn't really sustainable it'd be interesting as well to see if glencore is head ivan burg if this is going to affect his risk tolerance in the past certainly he has not seemed phase by difficult jurisdictions and the congo is when a lot of companies have pulled out of the drc yeah i'm in the car in the congress really fascinating case study glencore and we've just seen again i mean glazing bug seems to be willing to take on the us government in december the us government put sanctions on that business partner in the congo and israeli guy by the name of dan gertler who's very close to the president of congo and instead of stopping doing business with dan what glencoe has done is they've found a workaround by paying him in euros instead of us dollars so basically saying to the us government we're just going to carry on doing business we're just gonna slightly fudge the rules friends thank you very much that's.
"gertler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To talk to you so glencore was already facing legal and regulatory problems around the world now this us probe into corruption and money laundering allegations may be widening what happens next well this has been a really huge year for glenn call because we are now aware of three different probes into glenn close activities one being this new one from the doj another one in canada and a third one which is very much early early stages in the uk these could be very very big investigations and they could have a broad ramifications for glencore it's not just multiple countries right it's also multiple commodities tell us why that combination is so important the news from the the doj is incredibly important because there are three different countries that are being looked at one venezuela the other nigeria both of those oil trading businesses for glencoe and the third one is the congo which is a copper and cobalt play kobylt in particular is a very very hot commodity if it's being investigated glencore could come under pressure to divest and what makes us all the more interesting is that top managers will have to think about their own involvement in all of this investigators going to find something that implicates them in any wrongdoing and if they do then they're going to have to get out of their positions at glen call because otherwise glencoe isn't really sustainable it'd be interesting as well to see if glenn kors head ivan glass and berg if this is going to affect his risk tolerance in the past certainly he has not seemed phase by difficult jurisdictions and the congo is when a lot of companies have pulled out of the drc congas really been a fascinating case study for glencore and we've just seen again i mean blazoned bug seems to be willing to take on the us government in december the us government put sanctions on that business partner in the congo and israeli guy by the name of dan gertler who's very close to the president of congo and instead of stopping doing business with dan gertler what glencoe has done is they've found a workaround by paying him in euros instead of us dollars so basically saying to the us government we're just going to carry on doing business we're just gonna slightly fudge the rules fans thank you very much that's.
"gertler" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The game and say that has allowed it to be taken it more risk as it were and clara the department of justice and indeed the company haven't said exactly what's being investigated but we know which bits of legislation of being used franck foreign corrupt practices act and this is about money laundering so what do we think might have happened it's it's very early to say but the fact is that it's ten years moore's it's from two thousand and seven pretty much when going i went into these the democratic republic of congo ten years of documents in three three difficult location so been tons of the detail we really don't have that yet obviously nigeria there are few investigations ongoing least into the former oil minister and in congo is well there there have been the nfl phone vesta gatien is being prepared as well so there are issues but we don't really have any specifics at this point in time and to be clear this isn't yesterday investigation they have been asked to provide documents might be worth pointing out in passing whether the two of insert connect or not we don't know the green call recently struck a settlement deal with an israeli mining tycoon could dan gertler and he's the man who said to hold the keys to mining rights to the congo well dan gertler is certainly a linchpin in congolese mining and he's a former kind copartner concord never disputed that they owed him money they were they were though unable to pay him because he was blacklisted by the united states so they had the situation where they knew they had to pay him he was threatening he went to the local courts and yet they couldn't in the end the pressure is too great and glencore found a way of paying him in euros thereby circumventing us sanctions they said that they went to the treasury to put this to them it was approved as it were but of course we don't know that and certainly the same day that they settled with the us issued a number of other companies will put a number of other companies on their blacklist so certainly there is a feeling that perhaps all is not well with relations with washington thank you very much clarifier.
"gertler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Being with us what exactly is the us department of justice trying to find out thanks for having me so clearly that clear because there wasn't a lot of disclosure on the original release but this is just another nail in the coffin so to speak with respect to legal issues that glencorse facing after they kind of skirted a pretty large bullet just a couple of weeks ago after some of the issues they had in a condo where resolved so there's not a ton of disclosure right now relates to businesses that they had in nigeria and the drc in venezuela so we think it could be related to oil trading although they don't have any physical assets there they certainly have trading bases in over fifty countries related to something with with oil trading as far as darren bags way electric turned obviously andrew thanks for that i i i'm looking at the there the company's relationship to a certain israeli billionaire that we've written about it at bloomberg news in bloomberg businessweek can you tell us anything about the glenn relationship have dan gertler so there is basically buddies with the president of the drc and they had brought up a a suit against glencore for for royalty that glencore didn't pay while gertler was under sanctions from the us and that amounted to about two billion dollars so about a week or two ago buying choreographed to kind of pay those back world teas and the issue that were seemingly going away the stock the multiple gap between glencore and rio and hp was starting to the close the bet and then this popped up so the current juncture we're at right now and certainly for investors i'm sure as medium to longterm holders of the stocker probably getting pretty frustrated liquor spec to the legal world is where people will be buying glencore stock because it has good leverage to battery metals nickel and copper and no exposure to iron ore so which is kind of a knock on espn rea andrew tell us just a little bit of the history of glencore corn how it came together because the company's roots go all the way back to mark rich right they were you know private company for quite a long time pretty much an amalgamated started off his trading they were basically trading for the most part i mean the margins on the trading business even margins on the training business or you know mid single digits so they're pretty low obviously generated revenue and then they went public back in two thousand twelve and then they bought extra which is basically a mining company 'cause i get the genesis behind that was to control the entire supply chain or intelligence on the ground with respect to helping their trading operation so that's kinda the juncture of where they're at right now where they came from so they own everything from copper nickel inc whole coking coal even though they don't mind any iron ore or smelt any aluminum they do they are pretty lax traders in those markets as well is there any possibility that this probe is is going to affect the actual operations of the company i mean i think it's too early to say it's certainly a possibility certainly not ruling that out but as it stands today if we look back to what happened within drc just over the past couple of months and even in bambi for example none of the day to day operations were impacted but certainly ended the stock was discounting those the trouble that way ahead of time and i it's just really a function of time to see how things play out here but jimmy if you're an investor it's not something that you like to see 'em especially because you have options to park your money out clearly and right now the shares of glencore they are down a little bit more than than seven percent thanks very much for being with us andrew cosgrove is global head of metals and mining research for bloomberg intelligence speaking about glencore and us department of justice seeking documents related to central variety of its businesses innocent until proven guilty him but this glencorse had to wiggle out of some hot water in the recent past yes this is not an isolated incident stories going to perhaps keep on giving and andrew will keep on updating us now let's go to our ninety.
"gertler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An ounce the euro dollar sixteen fifty four in the yen one ten point six nine they continue to watch shares of glencore which are down six point seven percent in the london tumbling the most in two years as us authorities demand documents relating to possible corruption and money laundering and that's a bloomberg business flash tom karen thank you so much joining us now now on mining trading of commodities more than mining john mayer he is legendary in the business is now spf angel for that for many many years following a commodities with an englishman john wonderful to speak to you this morning let us begin in glencore are they a trading company doing mining or are they had trading company doing more mining now they they thirty much a trading company that's doing more mining these days they still run with a trading mentality but yeah they say they have an appetite to to mind more commodities were you surprised by the news of allegations of transactions i guess i would put it in the united states i think we shouldn't have been surprised given the the department of justice is off the gut learned put him on a a sanctions list and literally the same day that glencorse settled a dispute with don gatlin and and worked out how to pay him in in euros so he one of his companies the dha put a whole raft of other companies onto the sanctions let's say i guess we should have seen this coming within down thirteen percent or so here john myers the idea of what is the follow on to these allegations folks the headline is very simple from our thomas buys will in france will glencore slumps glencore slumps is us united states orders documents and corruption probe does it follow on i mean is it muller like where it's going to take years of investigation or is this pretty much wrote for the mining business this is not normal for for the mining business but clearly a company like a trading company like glenn cool dealing in the drc with a guy like dan gertler it attracts attention.
"gertler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Up on twitter i'm renaming my ar fifteen ms thirteen so the democrats will protect them ouch you know one of the groups that had a bad night last night was the chamber of commerce my buddy sam thomas went over and helped this friday he was not able to to beat tommy bitten but he did a good job with his race but kim pulling down ups and candy was able to beat johnny coldwell down there that'll be improvement to that seat and the chamber of commerce going after people like david stover's and matt gertler insure gilligan and others they they lost the only one that they raided the beat was jason spencer whose all the way down south georgia on the ford line and it was local issues there that really did him in it had nothing to do with chamber of commerce attacks all these other races the chamber failed to to pick them off and what's going to happen i think is that you're now going to see these conservatives in the state house of the state senate mardi harbin's another one who they lost to your probably going to see them get organized in a way they've never been before because of the antagonism from the chamber's speaker ralston the governor governor deal was actually pretty big loser last night up in northeast georgia governor deal wit to campaign against the sitting state representative matt gertler he and and speaker roulston had tried repeatedly to punish gertler and to punish his district for supporting gertler denying his district things that the district otherwise was entitled to trying to get them to throw gertler out of office they went up there they did a fundraiser for the guy running against him they had hand picked that guy the chamber went in for that guy and they lost gertler got sixty percent of the vote more than sixty percent of the vote i think same i ice county was sherry gilligan they did everything they could to elect joanna cloud the chamber ran ads for they attacks your gilligan relentlessly.
"gertler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And the runoffs a good friend of mine he's actually been on the show several times chip roy he was the chief of staff for ted cruz and for rick perry and was the assistant attorney general in texas for a while he is running in the twenty first congressional district which is lamar smith seat a lamar smith he's a retiring member of congress it is a republican district the unless there's a big devastating wave the gop should hold that seat but chip is in a runoff and the guy he's running against actually is very conservative as well from what i've told obviously biased towards chip but there are several other runoffs in texas that can actually shape the house republican caucus and republican leaders have gotten involved because they're trying to shut out conservative from winning because they're afraid of the rightward drift of the gop in the house representatives think about that from minute i mean the same thing is happening here in georgia if you're up in precise county you better go vote for sheer gilligan and greg does all because the chamber of commerce in house republicans do not want you to if you're headed up too far north georgia matt gertler needs absolutely every vote he can get the speaker of the house and the governor are campaigning against him as is the chamber of commerce if you're headed down towards the noon inari you've got to go vote for mardi harbin he's in the state senate mardi harbin has the chamber and the governor and and everybody else coming out to get him as well because he's fundamentally a conservative guy david stover is in the same boat and then you got sam thomas over in jackson county if you're headed over toward jefferson pushed in that area you need to go vote for sam thomas today for the state house these guys really need your help they are up against the chamber of commerce they're up against the speaker's office the republican establishment is out to get these guys because they oppose tax increases and the republicans in georgia want to raise your taxes so go stand for the.
"gertler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The associated press is quoting a law enforcement official saying the person in custody in the shooting at the school is seventeen year old dimitrius pagor sis that official was not authorized to discuss the shooting by name he spoke to the associated press on condition of anonymity gunfire erupted early this morning at president trump's miami area golf resort we say amanda was shouting antitrump rhetoric draped a flag over a lobby countered exchanged fire with officers overnight appears that he was trying to engage our police officers some type of ambush typo attack trying to lure our police officers maimi dade police director one peres says that suspect forty two year old jonathan odi lost he was wounded an officer broken arm in that exchange of gunfire global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in washington i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm happy guilty little jeb lose new president is the highest ranking woman at one of the largest us airlines joanna guarantee will oversee daily operations and the carriers commercial team positioning her as a possible contender to succeed ceo robin hayes the new appointment takes effect in june the uk's whitecollar prosecutors opening an investigation into glencore the swissbased commodities firm and minor according to people familiar with the matter the probe has to do with his really billionaire dan gertler and the leader of the democratic republic of congo david tepper who won the bidding contest for the carolina panthers this week has been beating most of us hedge fund rivals to we get more from bloomberg's uni han tempers appalachia management returned about seven percent this year through april for clients that's according to people familiar with the matter that tops the slight gain of the hedge fund research multi strategy index and the broader stock market which fell appaloosas made money by betting against treasuries and going long on stocks just micron technology this conductor company shares jumped almost twelve percent in the first four months of this year apple is a clients are paying a two percent management fee.
"gertler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The names of some of these races sheer gilligan david stover mardi harbin jason spencer's down in south georgia and matt gertler of the lead the governor himself has come out very strongly gets matt gertler he represents the northeastern part of the state hiawassee is up in that area he represents helen the area along the north carolina state line with georgia he represents that beautiful country up there and he actually votes against the governor and the speaker more often than many of the democrats do on fiscal legislation he is really opposed to handing georgia tax dollars to out of state businesses in so gertler is being challenged by someone who will be a yes man to the republican leaders all of them are i mean take for example a sherry gilligan is up in foresight i didn't actually back sheer gilgen when she ran for the state house i backed a friend of mine and juries proven her just waiting gold she's perfect for conservatives she's being challenged by someone named joanna cloud up incoming joanna cloud put on her social media that sure gilligan was an example of failed leadership because the governor line item vetoed a six million dollar state investment for the university of north georgia and this year's budget but there's a problem with her saying that she says he he vetoed a six million dollar state investment i looked in the budget that went to the governor and there wasn't a six million dollar line item in their nor can i find a record of the governor vetoing six million dollars to the university of north georgia to punish sure gilligan for any other reason in fact i did find a reference to the state having spent six million dollars up there on that facility she also claims to have gotten six thousand dollars from members of the state house i pulled her disclosures joanna cloud can say these things but they're not there in her disclosures and you know i've got a twofold problem with this she's essentially joanna cloud is saying that sherry gilligan is being punished for being a conservative which that happens but also that the governor is a vindictive sob who's of vetoing money for higher education to the state to punish a state representative she's making the governor look bad and none of it is true but what you've got is.