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Danielle D'Souza Gill Talks Prince Harry's New Book 'Spare'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Danielle D'Souza Gill Talks Prince Harry's New Book 'Spare'

"I'm back with Daniel d'souza gill author of the choice, the abortion divide in America, host of the show counterculture with Danielle d'souza gill. We're talking about the royal family and Harry prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It seems like the focus on these two characters has come mainly because of the Netflix special, which was a kind of revealing, although maybe not revealing in the way they intended interview series of interviews with Harry and Meghan Markle. And also Harry's new book spare, can you first of all, am I right in assuming that the title spare is an implication that Harry is referring to the fact that sort of his brother is the first in line. He's the real deal. He's the legitimate heir and Harry is kind of the spare? I mean, Harry makes some pretty wild accusations in his books fair, which is the only reason that it's apparently the number one selling book in the Guinness World Records beating Obama to sell the most number of copies in the first date was released. And it's not because he decided to share some childhood memories of playing in some kind of field in England. It's because he wanted to really spill a lot of tea on the British family. So some of the main accusations he made were. William and him got into a physical fight, William, you know, through I grabbed him by the collar, threw him on the ground, and he cut his back on a dog bowl. Just Charles, like when he was young, said, oh, Diana, thanks for giving me a spare. Harry's my spare. He makes claims about Camilla, you know, kind of being able stepmother. He makes claims about Kate Middleton, mostly regarding her fights with Meghan, basically how Meghan was the good one and Kate was kind of the dumb one or something. And so he's very into kind of doing these personal jabs at each person, which is why so many people have been intrigued by the book. I have been buying the book because they want to see what's in it.

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Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Royals

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Royals

"You were talking a moment ago about the fact that the royal family is sort of stayed out of politics, and it seemed that the queen, the late queen, was, you know, also stoical in her personality, tended to hold her emotions and check in that sense, reflected the personality of an earlier era. Would you agree that it was starting with lady Diana that we began to see a kind of a new sensibility within the royal family, which is the idea of being a royal as a form of self expression. I say this because it seems to me some of what's going on with Harry and with Meghan Markle is an extension of what happened with lady Diana. Do you agree or do you think that they're actually very different? I would say they're different. Some people say Megan is like Diana. Megan herself has keeps trying to imitate Diana. She will wear the same outfits as her. She claims she never knew who the royals were. She never followed any of this. Other people who knew her have claimed differently. But it's pretty clear that she has tried to put herself in that line because Harry has this kind of obsession with his mother's death. So I think that was something that Meghan did strategically to make herself seem like a new Diana. However, Diana was really the people's princess and she was loved by many people. She was even though she had a lot of problems that was more of her at least brand whereas Meghan is more of someone who most people dislike, even before this book came out. She really wasn't very popular. She was popular around the time of her wedding, which is when kind of the royals and we're still getting along with her at least as far as the world's thought they were getting along. And most people were really excited about this new person joining their royal family. People thought it was cool. She was of another race and so on. And so I think only really after that after Meghan joined the royal family, did her popularity go down as soon as she kind of started acting in ways that were diva esque, like things were released about from her staff about her kind of being abusive towards them. Other people and then I think the pattern just continued of her. Sort of acting in that entitled way,

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Steve Gill: Trump 2.0 Was Undercut by His Latest 'Announcement'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:06 min | Last month

Steve Gill: Trump 2.0 Was Undercut by His Latest 'Announcement'

"That he would be wanting to do whatever was necessary to repair his image with the independence and some of those conservative Democrats of any are left, and I'm not sure this kind of stuff actually does it. It's another one step forward two steps back is announcement that he was running was spot on in terms of tone and temperament and content. And it was like, okay, Trump two. Has shown he's learned. He's going to become a new Trump that's not going to be his blustery is not going to be focused only on the path. He's going to be looking forward. He's going to show a different tone and do what it takes to win those independent young voters. Suburban women that are not in his camp. And you can not win general elections with just the Trump base. Now, like you thought, I'm a huge Trump fan. I love his policy. I'm not as offended by his bluff and bluster and behavior, but others are. And the others that are really offended by it are the ones critical to winning general elections. And I think the problem is that Trump two we saw in the announcement has now been completely undercut by this new major announcement that just again takes all the wind out of whatever push he had after the announcement. And I think just again, one step forward two steps back. I have friends who are getting 5 or 6 emails every other day from Don Junior begging for money. It's like, what are they wanting money for? And why is Don Junior putting money into his pocket or his pack or Kimberly Guilfoyle again, it looks like the worst excesses, at least they're doing it publicly, but it looks like the worst excesses of the Biden prime family when they're just kind of just money grubbing. We're looking for cash that isn't really doing anything to elect Republican candidates, promote the policies and values that he stands for. And I think, again, it's not just this episode, but it's all the people around you and they look like their money grub and using his name. And

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Steve Gill: Is Trump Serious About Running for President?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | Last month

Steve Gill: Is Trump Serious About Running for President?

"I just don't get it. Is he really serious about running for The White House? You think this guy's really going to run? I think it's less likely today after his big major announcement that turns out to be a $99 digital trading card featuring him with photographs looking like Superman or super Trump. I mean, again, why on earth would he or anybody surrounding him that might have the ability to speak to him, allow him to do something that makes him look like a carnival grifter, which is the caricature that he has been portrayed as. Why prove their point? And it just, it is complete nonsense. He's getting justifiable blowback, not just because of the creepy business prospect of this thing. But because he teased a major announcement that is nothing but, you know, I hope, I hope you send me money to put more money in my pocket, particularly in the wake of the midterm elections, where at least one of his packs raised like $92 million for he and his family and didn't spend it on campaign. Again, he is, he is proving himself to be the grifter he's been accused of being. And I think that Ron DeSantis is doing it exactly right. Sit back, let Trump be Trump and he's going to destroy his own prospects

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Danielle D’Souza Gill: A Godless Society Is the Root of All the Evil

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Danielle D’Souza Gill: A Godless Society Is the Root of All the Evil

"At various points throughout its text, the holy Bible of the Christian religion reveals signs importance of what will happen during what is known as the end times. These signs include the passage in Isaiah warning about people who call good evil and evil good. And a passage in Matthew and Mark that says children will give their parents up to authorities who will put them to death. Then there's the book of revelation, which focuses specifically on the end times. This book details such portents as the mark of the beast, a symbol of allegiance to the Antichrist without which you aren't allowed to buy food or work. And of course, we can't forget the four horsemen of the apocalypse, deception who rides the white horse, wore on his red horse, famine on the black horse, and finally disease on the pale horse. Given that these are all things associated with Antichrist, Satan, and ultimate evil. You would think it would be smart PR to avoid any semblance of them when forming policies that touch the everyday lives of people around the world. Yet, when it comes to the left, the values and ideas of the Antichrist are central to their branding. There is no better example of the practice of calling evil good and good evil than corporate virtue signaling. Think about the standard corporate stance on things like children and gender. Balenciaga's ad campaign comes to mind, as but one small example of countless others. Also note that these virtues are strongly aligned with the goals and ideals of the political left. In fact, the far left ACLU is now dispatching an army of 50 attorneys to Arkansas in order to stop the passage of a bill meant to protect innocent children from insane and unnecessary surgical mutilations.

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Steve Gill: Masks Do Not Work Against COVID

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Steve Gill: Masks Do Not Work Against COVID

"Catch Marjorie Taylor green's tweet the other? Was it yesterday? She was tweeting about how you can wear the thick cotton underwear and it still will not protect you from a fart. Again, rather shocking does he is sitting member of Congress writing about this, but into her point was, so what makes you think one of those masks will be able to protect you from the China virus? Well, especially that we have a new comprehensive medical study that says there's no difference that the mask essentially do not work and the fact that you still see people driving around in their cars by themselves wearing them. I was talking with a friend from China last night. And one of the things that's fueling the riots and the chaos and the absolutely meltdown in China right now is that the Chinese people don't get news media that allows them to know what's really going on in the world. But they're watching the World Cup and they're seeing, you know, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of people going to these games and nobody's wearing a mask while their government is beating them down, locking them in apartment buildings, killing people over masks and a COVID shutdown and they're watching the rest of the world is going to soccer games without wearing a mask. They see the disparate treatment that is being played out. And that's one of the things that's fueling the anger in China.

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Steve Gill: Predictions for Election Results, Favoring Republicans

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Steve Gill: Predictions for Election Results, Favoring Republicans

"Think the trendlines are in favor of a red wave or possibly a red tsunami as I think Republicans clearly take the house. I think at this point, I would think we end up with 52 48 in the Senate, maybe even more. The trendlines are in the right direction, but it all turns out with what happens. With turnout over the next over the next week, you've got a couple of days of early voting in some states. And I think Republicans have to win most of those seats by a wide enough margin that they can not be stolen. We've already had incidents reported where 250,000 ballots are being shipped out to people who are not eligible to vote in some of these blue states. We know that they've been artful in steaming close elections in the past. I think we've got a fear of the same thing that could tamp down the way that could be building. The best indication though Todd is it's sort of like a where's Waldo. I think Kamala Harris is pictures on a milk carton right now as people are wondering, where is Kamala? She was doing a get out the vote event this weekend. In Massachusetts, not in a battleground state. Not in a battleground district, but in a state that has no tough races because they're having to hide her. Joe Biden's up in Delaware apparently groping his granddaughter as they go both. Oh my gosh, did you see that that was disgusting? Oh my gosh, Steve Gil. How long does it take to put on a I voted sticker on the chest of an 18 year old girl that involves you having to continually press it down and mash it down on her breast to make sure it sticks appropriately, but they're hiding them, you're not seeing Democrats going into these battleground areas. In fact, they're moving money out of out of races where it looks like Republicans may be winning and putting them into districts that should be safe. I think the Republicans pick up three maybe four net gain governor races. I think we picked up control of the Senate and the House.

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Steve Gill: Where Is the Body Cam Footage From Pelosi Home Attack?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Steve Gill: Where Is the Body Cam Footage From Pelosi Home Attack?

"Narrative that's coming out of San Francisco. What I find shocking is that there was actually some real journalism being done, and then all of a sudden somebody made the call, NBC retracts all of their reporting, the local Fox TV station, they retract all of their reporting and then the police just don't want us to believe the 9-1-1 call were clearly a third person was there in the building. Well, the door magically opened itself kind of like, you know, the Adams family, the door just opens itself while the two participants are clutching a hammer across the room. I want to see the, I mean, I'm sure that the San Francisco police department, even if they have defunded the police, still have their body cams. Where is the body cam footage? That will tell us everything we need to know. We don't need to ask questions. We just need to watch the videos. Let's go to the video. And honestly, the other weird thing about this is that now the police are telling us, well, we were there, and all of a sudden that's when the guy started hitting mister Pelosi with the hammer, you would think, why would the police not just rush right in and stop the guy? That made no sense to me. And why is the broken glass from the break in outside the house instead of inside the house? It's a great question. I mean, these are important questions. And Steve, look, again, and we share this in the first hour. We don't think anybody deserves to get hit over the head with a hammer. And what they were doing inside the privacy of the Pelosi mansion that's between them and Nancy, but it's how the Democrats are using this narrative to somehow accuse they want people to believe that this guy is some sort of a right-wing maga guy. It's just ludicrous. Well,

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Danielle Interviews Husband Brandon Gill, Founder of DCEnquirer.com

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Danielle Interviews Husband Brandon Gill, Founder of DCEnquirer.com

"Brandon, I want to start out by asking you, what inspired you to start D.C. inquirer? Right, thanks. If you look at the media landscape right now, you see obviously it's heavily biased to the left. And one thing that you notice about the left is that they always bat for their team. Whenever The White House says something, whether it's set in a press briefing or whether Biden says it, the left kind of in unison will back them up. And what you see on the conservative side is we have this kind of weird way of undermining our own side consistently. We don't have sort of a consistent pro Trump pro Republican news outlet and that's what I wanted to create. So D.C. inquirer is unabashedly conservative or unabashedly America first and we're explicitly pro Trump. And I thought that that was something that didn't exist and needed to. Yeah, I mean, are you surprised that the America first perspective was represented so little in corporate media? I am, you know, whenever you look at a lot of the people who are in Republican media right now, at least traditional Republican media. A lot of these people are looking for more respectability than anything. They're sort of living in kind of an old fashioned republicanism where we can debate ideas what the left or we can button up our suit and tie and look good on TV and then go home to our families and sort of enjoy life. And I think that we're in a much more much more severe struggle right now. And that's where I think D.C. can come in and sort of get our side going.

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Steve Gill: Two Things to Resolve Our High Gas Prices

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Steve Gill: Two Things to Resolve Our High Gas Prices

"Back to what we were doing before Joe Biden took office. Now you're going to have to do two things. One, turn back on the Keystone pipeline. And that's not going to flow 883 million barrels a day immediately. But it will send the message to the world that it's coming. And just like the fact that the Saudis are cutting production 2 million barrels a day in November, we're going to feel that pain at the pump immediately. If we immediately went back to opening the Keystone pipeline, again, it would send the left wing greenies that dominate the Biden administration into a conniption fit, but it would restore American independence in the energy sector. The other thing you'd need to do is restart and reinitiate the leases so that oil companies can go out and get the natural gas, go out and get the oil that's in the ground, go out and pull up the coal that's in the ground. But you'd also have to do more than just say, okay, you can go back at it. I think you're going to have to put in some legislative protection so that you can not turn the spigot off again immediately like Joe Biden did with his executive orders, you're going to have to make sure that those who are going to make the investment in drilling in pursuing and exploring for new oil and energy sources, you got to give them a guarantee that they're not going to cut it off again. Nobody's going to go out and make those big investments in exploration and production if they know you can just turn it back at the flip of a switch like Joe Biden did when he took office. You're going to have to give some assurances that their investment will have a time to be replenished in that you can't just flip the switch and put them, put them out of business again. So those things would immediately have an impact. Biden's not going to do that. He'd rather go down and beg and plead for oil from Venezuela, a communist socialist dictatorship that's in the pockets of Cuba and Russia, he'd rather do that rather than free up the energy sector and the economic benefits to America.

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Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America

"One of the things that the DoJ keeps harping on and the ODNI keeps harping on is that, you know, we have to find out where we still haven't recovered all the documents. There were 90 misses empty folders. And we have to continue this risk assessment. And it's linked to the criminal investigation because we have to know where this information went if it was compromised. The fact that it was just down in Mar-a-Lago in a basement means it is compromised. So it's going to, I think we're going to, you're right, we're going to find out a lot of really, really scary stuff. And probably stuff that we won't find out about because it's so top secret. Well, would you heard what Michael Cohen said that he has this stuff he stole to he will blackmail the United States government to get out of going to prison, that he will use he will, I will release these whatever it is nuclear, whatever information. I mean, that's terrifying. Yeah, and his lawyers were up there talking to Wyndham. Last Thursday at Maine justice, purportedly about executive privilege assertions over folks like Patsy baloney and pat philbin and Eric hirschman, who's a riot, by the way. I love him. More bombs per square inch than any lawyer I've seen on TV thus far. Fantastic. So it seems he seems a little DOM. He seems a little dummy. Give me the best effin advice lover up and give you. Criminal defense lawyer. How you doing? He's having some serious parties. So yeah, we just have to very carefully watch that. But you know, I'm wondering if and when he's going to make he's already made had somebody make a phone call to Merrick Garland saying, it's a nice country you got here. It's a shame if something happened to it. You know, so I'm wondering when the outreach will be if he takes these nuclear documents and said, boy, I have some interesting information on the nuclear weapon locations for England. Be a real shame if Putin found out about, you know, like when does it come?

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Allison Gill: Justice Is Coming for Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Allison Gill: Justice Is Coming for Trump

"You said many were worried the judge cannon and Donald could delay the DoJ classified documents investigation for months as it turns out the delay lasted 16 days. Happy Saturday, that was happy floppy. And I retweeted. Yeah. I have said this before Allison. We just had our mutual our shared hunk, Glen kirshner. On Friday. And I really do feel like justice is coming. And I don't know which front and maybe all of them and when, but it certainly is there is a lot, as you always point out, for all the people saying nothing's happening, nothing's happening. A lot's been happening. Yeah, quite particularly that the hammer that tis James brought down in 222 pages of a lawsuit against Trump and his crotch goblins. And I'm exceedingly excited about that one because that, honestly, I mean, if he gets indicted, yeah, he should be indicted. We need accountability. We need rule of law in this country. But you know, he'll get like three to 8 years, maybe, and because, you know, he doesn't have a criminal history, believe it or not, he doesn't have a rap sheet. And he probably won't go to jail, jail, he'll probably be on home confinement so he can continue to have a Secret Service. This New York attorney general Tisch James lawsuit is what will break him.

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Danielle D'Souza Gill Weighs in on School Choice in Texas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Danielle D'Souza Gill Weighs in on School Choice in Texas

"Danielle, let's talk a little bit about school choice. There was a very important law passed in Arizona. Not just an experimental school choice program, but one that offers school choice. To the entire, to all the parents in Arizona who have their kids in school and now I see an article in the Dallas news majority of Texan voters favor school voucher programs, according to a recent poll, and it looks like there is a movement of parents around the country very unhappy with the public schools want to have at least an alternative, of course the unions, the public schools are pushing back. They obviously won a monopoly because everyone succeeds when you have a monopoly. People have nowhere else to go. What do you think about this moment? Is this something that you think has the potential to not only change the political landscape, but also change education? Yes, school choice is definitely the future because why should someone be trapped in a horrible public school just because you were born in a zip code, that's not a nice area. That's horrible. And that's not really something that conservatives should stand for. We want everyone to have opportunity and then for people to succeed based on their hard work, not for people to be trapped in a horrible school while other people have a much better public school. And you know, many of these public schools are bad. Most of them actually are far behind, you know, students and other countries, China is taking off. And of course, with COVID, we saw these crazy shutdowns. And so these other schools that are doing well a couple of public schools that are doing great. Those may stay open because people will want to use their vouchers there. Those are good schools. They have good teachers. So it's not to say that every school is bad, but the ones that are really underperforming, there's violence, there's crime, kids don't even want to go to that school. They don't feel safe there. Why should those schools continue onward? Those parents should have other options to send their kids to a better school, and they shouldn't be, you know, held back just because they don't have the funds.

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Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Talk About Herschel Walker

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Talk About Herschel Walker

"It's always great guys for me to have back on the podcast, my daughter, Danielle de Souza gill, author of the book, the choice, the abortion divide in America, also the weekly host of a program on epic TV. It's called counterculture with Danielle de Souza gill. Danielle, this is a been a crazy political season going on. Let's start by talking a little bit about some of these candidates in the upcoming midterm election. There's an interesting article here and in Fox News dot com and it's talking about the race between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock. A race that initially walker seemed to be trailing badly and trailing badly in a reddish or red state, so it was a kind of a bad sign. It looks like now walker has pulled even and in some polls he's leading a talk a little bit about that race as you see it. And then I want to ask you more broadly about the maga races around the country. Well, there's no question that Raphael Warnock does not represent the people of Georgia. He is a radical leftist. He's not an old Democrat or anything. And Georgia is, of course, a red state, and yet Rafael Warnock keys pro choice pastor. He's very radical, of course, big Biden supporter, big Friends with Stacey Abrams, people like that. He's definitely going to be hurt by the fact that Biden's done such a horrible job in office. And yet Herschel Walker, he's actually from there. He's actually, you know, someone who's more in the way of a common man because he was a football player, and of course that's kind of a big successful thing. But at the same time, he actually says in his speeches, hey guys, you know, I'm not necessarily the smartest person, but my values align with people of Georgia. So I think that Herschel Walker should be doing much better. So I'm either skeptical of the polling or I think that, you know, maybe people perhaps just don't know him yet and don't know how bad warnick is because Warren is such a big orator. He thinks he's the next Martin Luther King because he's a pastor and a church in Atlanta

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The Dollar: Unpacking the World's Reserve Currency With Brandon Gill

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | 5 months ago

The Dollar: Unpacking the World's Reserve Currency With Brandon Gill

"It seems to be an advantage to have everybody kind of want to keep dollar as everybody want to pay in dollars. But what is that advantage? Why is it good to have people all around the world trusting the dollar and holding dollars as their way of conserving their own wealth? Right. First, thanks for having me on dinesh, but you know there's a ton of benefits to being to having the status as world reserve currency. And the U.S. has had that since roughly World War II and to your point before that, it was the British pound. There are really three big benefits. The first one is that it helps finance the U.S. standard of living that we've really enjoyed since World War II. So because the U.S. dollar is the sort of preeminent currency around the world, other countries, other central banks, other investors, other businesses around the world want U.S. dollars. So what does that mean? That means that the dollar is worth more than other currencies, which makes it cheaper for us to import goods that reduces prices in the U.S., which raises the standard of living in the U.S.. The second thing that it does is it makes it cheaper and easier for us to borrow. So for most of my life, the United States government has spent far more money than they've actually taken in and tax revenues. And one of the reasons they're able to finance that is they're able to go out and international capital markets and borrow incredibly cheaply because foreign investors want to own American debt. They believe it's stable. They believe America is going to pay them back. Eventually, and they think that or historically, that it's thought that the United States wasn't going to just inflate our currency into oblivion. The third thing that that really does is it allows America to have a sort of power on the international stage that no other country has. So because all kinds of transactions to your point oil markets are conducted in U.S. dollars if the U.S. government decides that we don't want we want to sanction another country call it Iran, Russia, one of our enemies, we can basically just turn the taps off and say, no bank around the world can transact business with this with this country, otherwise we're going to find you. We're going to just kind of turn the monetary taps off.

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Todd Starnes Explains Last Week's Absence

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Todd Starnes Explains Last Week's Absence

"America, Todd steins here. Yeah, I'm the host of the program. You may have forgotten that. I've been out for about what four or 5 days, super thank you and I'm incredibly grateful to the great team here and to the host. We had Steve gill, Barry Walters, and Jeff Kant who filled in. I don't know what it was, but I got smacked by some sort of upper respiratory, the sinus stuff, and it was just very unpleasant, and so I thought, you know, I need to take some time off and I hate doing that because I love hanging out with you guys. But thank you for thank you for the kind words and the thoughts and the prayers over the past several days. Good to be back. And honestly, even if I had been sick, I would have crawled back into the news bunker and because we've got so much to talk about today.

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Allison Gill on the Danger of Unsealing Trump's Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Allison Gill on the Danger of Unsealing Trump's Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

"We are what is this? Oh, 10 o'clock our time Pacific, right? Federal magistrate judge Bruce Reinhart said that as a hearing over whether to unseal Trump's Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit, what are your, first of all, this never happens. This shouldn't happen. They're trying to find out who the witnesses are and what's going on so that they can F this investigation, right? I mean, what do you think's going to happen? Absolutely. A 100%. Otherwise, Donald wouldn't be calling for his own civil rights to be violated. By releasing this affidavit, we usually do that after we charge somebody because constitutionally, everyone has a right to defend themselves against their accuser, and if they're not charged, then that right has been taken away. So that's why Mueller didn't call obstruction of justice because he couldn't indict the former president. And didn't want to run afoul of constitution and the accused rights, which are very important. But I think that the coolest thing about this is that they're not going to unseal this affidavit. And Christina bob had both receipts of the things she was calling to have released. She signed him herself. And so now they're going to be like, no, you can't. I think the judge is going to say no. You can't have this affidavit, and the most interesting thing in the DoJ filing against releasing this affidavit is they said, not only will this wreck this investigation and violate Donald's criminal rights, but it could chill some of our high profile witnesses against testifying in other high profile cases. Of course. And I think they're talking about philbin cipollone, testifying in the January 6th case. Which so in one filing and one fell swoop, the DoJ confirmed they're doing an ongoing criminal investigation into the missing documents and an ongoing criminal investigation into Donald Trump about for the January 6th stuff.

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Allison Gill Doesn't Like What Is Happening With the Weisselberg Case

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:12 min | 6 months ago

Allison Gill Doesn't Like What Is Happening With the Weisselberg Case

"As we speak literally a couple minutes ago, former Trump organization CFO Allen weisselberg has pled guilty in a tax fraud scheme after reaching a deal with the Manhattan DA. So yesterday, I admit to being, you know, a little bitch, a little salty bitch. Because on the surface, it was like, he got, he was going to get 5 months and no cooperation, right? So what has happened here, Allison gill, explain what you think is going on? Yeah, I don't know, but I'm still veruca salt about it. I hate this deal. Why did they need to give him a hundred days in jail in order to get this? So he's flipping after they had already indicted the Trump organization. It's like you had a slam dunk cases on both of these. Trump org and weisselberg, why do you have to give him just 5 months to get his testimony? And the drum board case. I don't like it. Yeah, that's what I mean, but it still means that he can't take the 5th now, right? He has to testify in, what is the difference? Do you understand that? And he's not cooperating against Trump personally, but he's a cooperating against the Trump organization and he can't take the 5th, right? Well, he is not supposed to be able to take the 5th, but that doesn't mean he just won't be full of, I don't recalls and. The prosecution might not even use him as a witness. I mean, he is a piece of criminal. He's a career criminal. A lot of cooperating witnesses are. And that shouldn't stop the Department of Justice or the Manhattan DA in this case. From using that testimony against another entity or in another case, but do you remember the whole Manafort Rick Gates thing and how the jury convicted him without Rick Gates's testimony was just based on the documentary evidence and these were both slammed up cases and I just, I feel like it's probably got a lot to do with when done and pomerants walked out resigned in protest back in January. I just don't like what this office is doing. They're taking a very light handed approach to this and I mean a hundred days for 15 tax crime felonies. What?

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"gill" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"Universe yet. There's still so much more I can do with four screens in one station and I drool of having the giant pneumatic spider legged machine. It makes me feel crazy to think I know what to do with that. But last year, I don't know what I don't know what to do with this year when I see one of those, I'm just like, oh, baby, cook it. I'm doing an under base. I'm doing like, oh, I'm gonna ghost out the black on that shirt and throw so many colors on that I could yeah, it's crazy to think how fun this is when you learn it. So for now, I'm gonna crank out a bunch of beauties on my little cutie machines, but I got eyes on stuff and bigger machinery. Yeah. Upgrade and I really hope that my own teas, people love them so much that I need to get bigger tools and I hope the comics want so many fans go nuts over their adorable shirts that happens. Yeah. Yeah. What a weird place to find myself, and this stuff's so cool. Zips out the squeegee makes on the screen and the getting a stencil right, you expose the you printed out on a black on a transparency and you put the screen over a little light box with its goo on it. And then you wash off all the goo that's not exposed and then what's left, I mean, sometimes you get it entirely wrong and welcome your afternoon to cleaning. You're cleaning out your tub. You're cleaning your screen, you're starting all over again. You're waiting for it to dry, but then it works and you're holding this thing up to the sun and it's such an old way to do art that for literally thousands of years, people have held screams up to the sun and been like, did I get it? Yeah. It's just that it's awesome. I haven't gotten to play much as a physical artist. It's cool. That is awesome. Well, I think we ended there. It's been an hour. Kaitlyn gill. Everyone go to guarantee shirts at at least, look at the work. Look at the work that and we got a glimpse into gaze upon it. Leslie say goodbye to Jackie. Thank you for joining us and modeling the printer. You did a great job. They are beautiful. And more kitchen stuff too. Yay. Good job. Doing great. Well, thanks, dorks. Thanks for being on the show and rangers. You know the rules out there. Take care of each other. My hat, my hat, my hat. They're dancing around my head. I had my hat, my hat. What do you think of that? If it looks like a Mexican hat dance, it sounds like a Mexican hat dance. It's most likely a Mexican hat that so take off your head and lets dance. Yay. Oh my God. Why don't we just call that at the end of the show?.

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"But this is. This is mike. Zimmer and his staff elect to let the clock role for thirty five seconds to set up to thirty seven yarder. You run another play by the way mike mccarthy coming up later says hold my beer. We'll get to that cousins twenty two of thirty to forty four three touchdowns no pick stack ones to carries 35-yards galvin cook. Thirteen ninety six in the first half finished. Twenty two for one. Thirty one and the vikings were plus turnovers still managed to lose to the cardinals by point again that matt prater sixty two yarder at the regulation coupled with the thirty seven yard miss from joseph at the end the difference in that game. This is pickle. This what i have is a pickle seattle minnesota my my pick see as high as seattle one and a half. So i'm going to open one like my numbers coming to pick. I would have been fine opening. Pick but i see one and a half. I might as well lay me. The one rather than lay in the pick in favor of seattle in favor of seattle guilt before we move on. We have a couple of quick updates here please. the ray. The are posting the raven number. Now i see the raven's anywhere almost a blanket nine. Although cirque opened enough so nine is a good number. I think. I told you my power as come to eight and a half and the other. One on the raiders. Game they are. They've taken anything over four and a half. It's for three and a half. It's really four now. Which i said. That's what my power ratings came the four so i'm gonna mend my opener there. I'm going to open the raiders. Four and And i am gonna open the raiders ravens nine and by ravens guests at detroit again site on seeing. What detroit tonight my ravens. Guess was ten. And my raiders. Guests was four and a half against miami. You're saying it's four four four and that's what my power as were of little fudging in there. Because it's the raiders. I'm just trying to think of now before we get to the prime time games. We'll get to after the break. The games i like the best. Where the chargers. Getting all those points against the chiefs six. You said that's too many now six and a half come on. Give me the chargers and then the other one was. That was the one earlier on the show where i thought that that spread wasn't high enough arizona at who's arizona at again jags. I didn't think that was high enough. What are you posting. Your had a.

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"Game of the year thus far both teams to in tampa has won nine straight games while scoring thirty plus points. That's an nfl record dating back last year. The only two other teams to do that. Chris the two thousand seven and two thousand ten patriots who had won eight straight while score. Thirty plus points. I guess who their quarterback was. Kobe percents incorrect to pick six mike edwards by the way. The fourth quarter gets the falcons. Yesterday that was the ultimate. Mattie ice we will not cover sequence. Tom brady twenty four. Thirty six for two seventy six five touchdown passes zero picks three times. Mike evans five or seventy five. Two touchdowns chris godwin four four. For sixty two and a touchdown gronk four thirty nine two touchdowns anything negative on tampa bay shore nine penalties for eighty three yards but they were plus two turnovers and in the rams as we talked about beating the colts. Twenty seven to twenty four. But not covering. Sean mcveigh was thirty. Eight no straight up. When leading at the half they were up ten six thirty nine thirty nine. When leading. At the half sean mcvay strata day particularly nick scott. By the way if he doesn't slide over far enough information with the rams putting out of their end zone than perhaps it's different steps the snap hits them touchdown indie but as we mentioned earlier. India had the first goals in the first avenue didn't capitalize though it's kind of both teams busy opportunities matt stafford nineteen of thirty two seventy eight touchdowns one pick stacked wants cooper cup becoming the man nine catches for one sixty three and two touchdowns after having a great yak game in week one against the bears on sunday night. So tampa's at the rams there's going to be a brady factor here to the spread. I'm to split the difference between a pick them and the three. I'll say rams minus one and a half nope. It's i see pick and each side one my power ratings. Just pure numbers. Have the rams a half a point favor okay. Tough to that number. But i'm gonna open pick and go from there not a terrible guests but okay now you know like i said who knows where this thing winds up like i said i see both sides one but there is a brady factor. The guys love betting on him. And why wouldn't you but you know. We'll we'll still have to see and I think picks are great place start. Let's see where it takes us from there but this should be one hell of a game. Who's the mvp of the league through two weeks minus the detroit. Green bay game tonight brady whose better than brady right now. I don't know booth playing better. i'd i'd have to go look forty four years old. Remember when george. George blanda retired. I think at forty six. He looked like he was sixty. Eight yeah he did. Yeah yeah that's just not me as a kid. Seeing genuinely looked like he was sixty. Eight cigarettes in burger kind of gray hair am chop sideburns. Forty four all right. What's next last afternoon..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"That's what i'm going to open it. Because i don't wanna four with it because we do everything eleven ten and i'm gonna keep my eyes on this one but starts dropping. I definitely will drop it. But in a matter of fact even while i'm thinking about i'm gonna open at seven. What the hell is what i love. You make decisions right here. You gotta make them. Sometimes daria decided right now. But i think seven really is a better number. And that's what i'm open but of all the trends. Keep that one of my. You go from a home dog to road favorite. It's usually an over inflated price. If tyrod taylor stays in that game which rod taylor One of the has this amazing record of not coughing up the football by fumble or interception for guy who has talking about minimum number of snaps. He's right up there in the top. The history of the li. If he stays in that game yesterday they might just upset. The cleveland browns. They're right in. Yeah right in it i like. I said i'm watching this kid. And he gets zero credit. Probably a lot of guys rate them the thirty to the thirty second starting quarterback. He's better than that. He not bad for sure and even going into the season he was better than that. Like people have strange things with certain guys like ryan fitzpatrick listed. Snickers really really. He's like one of your worst quarterbacks. So funny how people sort of pigeonhole guys all right. So seven is that i'm going to open seven vine seven and a half pretty much everywhere in the world but we're gonna open seven and take a back. You think. sean can actually show for this. I don't think so. I think david i can't answer that. I don't know david kelly. What are you doing analytics analytics. What's the next one jeff sunday morning. I one cardinals. Jaguars cardinals jaguars okay. Arizona's one of the two knows as they survive. Greg joseph missed thirty seven yard field a win but they do not cover against minnesota. Yesterday they went at thirty four thirty three to cover. The four point spread their jacksonville arizona. Kyla murray twenty nine to thirty six for four hundred yards three touchdowns picks was that three to five carries for thirty one yards and a touchdown. He's just sensational to watch. He's just so awesome even though even the fact that he made some mistakes though. But rondell more seven catches for one hundred fourteen yards and a touchdown including one great eighteen yard pickup off a pass yesterday towards the end of the first half which allowed matt prater to get in sixty two yard field goal range which he drilled and that ends up being the difference of a win loss in this game. Four hundred seventy five total yards for arizona. They were minus two in turnovers in that game and still managed to jacksonville lawrence trevor lawrence. He may not be it man. Fourteen of thirty three for one hundred eighteen yards one touchdown to pick sacked one hundred eighteen yards jacksonville. Only had one hundred eighty nine total yards. They were minus two turnovers and their loss to denver in which they were out time of possession. If you will thirty eight fifty two to twenty one wait. I said arizona minus ten and a half on the road by high. Your high. i'm going to say. I like your number better but i might do for you. Yeah it's it's pretty much a blanket seven. I see seven half with big juice on the dogs. Evan my power ratings come to nine and a half now urban meyer. There's already rumors about him leaving. I hear a lot of the scuttlebutt but sounds like a lotta guys on..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"That's one of dot com. Yes 'cause i was always lasts less than okay. So i'm going to take you know i don't know but i i like the over in the cincinnati. Bengals bear game I kind of agree with mike. Palm that the bears defense doesn't really strike fear into anybody and the bengals actually were scoring the after a very slow start in the vikings game. They were scoring the ball. It made me rem be remembered Of the joe borough showing a lot of green shoots back before he got injured. The the first year and i'm starting to think. Hey maybe the. Cincinnati team on offense is pretty good and Or at least you know at least average to slightly above average and so i think they could get some points for you against the bears defense and i thought the bears offense actually didn't look too bad they were running the ball on the rams i was like every time the hand off the first half their gashing the hell out of the vaunted ram supposed front four guys running for nine yards twelve yards. Eleven yards indie. Dalton's throwing it around. And i'm like wow and i'm thinking the bears don't look that bad on offense you know had had stafford not hit. Those big long plays that game could have been much closer game now. Granted the bears defense do them any favors. But i just thought the bears look better on offense than you would have expected them to look with with what might cause the beige water pistol. Andy dalton. And i think that i think that the bears will be able to score because i don't think cincinnati defense is you know it's probably slightly below average right. If if average to below average forty five is not really that high so give me over over forty five with the bengals against the bears. Todd if you were still jew and not a renounced you what would what sins would you atone for today. Just curious betting on matt ryan ever philip rivers ever and that's what i do every year husham other other sins involve Embarrassing good friends about their weight. That's not one you're not supposed to do. And i don't know calling mikey eight mediocre talk show host. Maybe that would be wrong to. Wow wow sorry. I asked all right jerky what's next. What are yet so. This one was a little bit of a hold. Your nose play. But i gotta be on the right side of this number. I'm going to take the colts at plus three and a half indianapolis in in a better. I guess the market really in my opinion over reacted to what you saw on sunday night. Football with the rams and the bears. I thought the in general as pointed out by the way so far. I don't think we've had losing pick. I love everything that you guys have said. And i'm in general agreement here But i did think the rams defense got exposed to degree on the ground. That's a team that if you can put ads on donald there's a lot of soft spots particularly in the running game and a team like indianapolis that's like their plan a they want to dictate offencive..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"Thirteen at that point that all the momentum and the football and they're at home and heinecke is better than ryan fitzpatrick. At this point. I guess. All i'm saying is i was surprised. I i have no problem with heineke. Let's start with a thursday night game since we segue to that drew will start with you. Thursday night football a barn burner between washington and the giants washington. Three and a half point favorites. The total down to forty and a half. I guess this morning there'd be less than five totals fewer than five totals less than that the rest of the year. But we'll see. Do you have a play on this. Yeah i played into the opener on the total under forty. Two and a half. Most of my thought process was pretty straightforward. Here You have taylor heineke on a short week. What does that mean. Well typically when you have a compressed schedule or preparing your offensive game plan. It is imperative that you use the prior week to get as much you know. Get as much into the as may wrinkles as possible before you get to that. There's football game in the fact that you have now. A replacement level quarterback means anything that washington prepared for in the preseason goes out the window and they have to on the fly. Come up with a game plan to attack. What does i think at least a more stout defence with the giants than what we saw against the denver broncos so ultimately i don't know how washington goes score for score if the giants even have anywhere close to Life you know in in their offense of look and you get to basically taking under you get to fade the rookie quarterback on the short week as well as jason garrett on a short week so both both for me washington last week gave up a fifteen play drive at the chargers that ran out. The last six forty. Three of the game couldn't get them off. The field chargers fourteen in one thousand nine on third downs. Daniel jones fumbled inside the red zone with the giants driving late in the third quarter doubt. Seventeen to seven when the game was still in the balance against denver. Four daniel jones is his. Nfl worst eighteen fumbles lawson's entering the nfl in two thousand nineteen matt brown. My co host on prime time action on msg plus said eared in great moments in horrible use of trends history. He heard somebody throw it out. The daddy goes you daniel. Jones gave all the dana. Johns fumbles lost ads. But he's never fumbled against washington. And you know there's some people who are going to hear that and be like oh wait a minute. He holds the ball tight against washington. Apparently some of these trend things are ludicrous. Ludicrous you know. We have some people like their meaning. I like greg mcelroy a lot as an analyst right as he knows his betty. He's he knows betting. I east good on the games. But we had him on and he he he said clemson was the play against georgia and his chief reason was in matchup of top. Five teams all time clemson. Six and one in georgia's three and ten. I said what is what is what mark rick did with forty different kids ten years ago or anything to do with this group of people that can't be relevant to this game. College become mike. Mike todd anything about this game tonight. I am staying clear to make a comment from survivor. Perspect- yes you think washington's a pick tonight..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"Who loves to break your heart in the big spot. It's at the 35-yard-line third and six late in the game. You absolutely need this day and feel ranch. And he takes the sack. Rivers was really good last year for colts and that that may be a decrease quarterback for them this year. No no i agree. But i've only lost four point. Five million dollars on philip rivers inside the five yard line just needs to get me across one yard to cover a spread. And so that's why. I have a little thing my heart for philip rivers but anyways so you guys aren't concerned well there's always a concern for everything but in in for this slate where it's like picking the worst of the in my opinion. That's definitely a pick for feel really good about both new england. Lanna did you bet. Arthur smith coach. I did not. I think the coach of the year will go to sean mcdermott. Because i think it was sort of a stefanski versus mcdermott thing last year. And it's no problem. That's the fancy audit. But i think there's a bit of you know the snub vote. This year will come into play about sean payton at thirty five to one. If they're good they don't get to play at home. He loses the receiver. He loses breeze. I think jameis winston is going to have a decent year. The the the function of those interceptions also philosophy about throwing the ball down the field. Okay i know he had thirty three hundred but other they eighteen is the most he ever had. What about brandon staley with the chargers. I don't know if you watch those preseason games. They look very disorganized like anthony. Lynn was still there if you watch them and he made a lot of tactical mistakes in the preseason so first year it'd be a head coach. It's a whole different ball of wax. The you know the the guy that would pollute the coach of the year market. Though for me. The one that i would if i had a you know the mcdermott bet. Bella check because if the patriots do anything you know. Those guys are voting on and girls are voting for him. It's crazy much. We have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"That on average rookie quarterback's struggle on average. They are below average and garoppolo. Is you would have to project the forty niners with garoppolo to be better than the forty niners with lance. I know people feel. Lance is a better quarterback in the long run. I'm sure that lance is a better quarterback but in the short term. If you're just doing statistical projections you can't project a rookie will be better than what garoppolo has been over the last couple of years. 'cause garoppolos been in in production. Top twelve quarterback maybe not in his abilities but in that offense. he's been top twelve. Were the niners played the lions and the eagles to start the season. Like you've got a bank those wins. You can't risk it with a rookie quarterback you're trying to win the bowl. I mean the other argument would be. Those are fine. Defenses to start rookie again. You don't want to have a rookie. His first game against the rams but sure the lions that's fine. Well i think i would still. If i'm trying to compete this year i would go garoppolo. The distinction i make is that the niners can actually compete for a title. And so i think you don't mess around whereas with the bears who are not. Let's be realistic. Competing for a title. News put fields in right away only do put fields right away. See i was gonna say venue. Wait to week four. You let the rams and the browns clear and you wait for the lions week. Four first of all the browns defense is not probably as good as people think it is again. They lost a lot of people. They've added a lot of people but they lost a lot of people. That was not a good defense last year. Maybe you wanna keep him against away from aaron donald but to be honest i feel like the psychological difference between starting him in week one vs starting in week. Two is not that big. Just let just start the rookie from week one. Just just start them in week. One week won't be tough. Sure just started in week one. I went week four. But i understand your take an interesting interesting that you went with Just tweak one. All right i. I went off off the grid there. So it's the vikings and the niners one more season win total over. The las vegas raiders. My goodness the most boring team in the national football league pouring how what do you what you mean in every way other than the fans sitting in the end zone yes. They are slightly above average on offense. They are slightly below. Average on defense in their schedule is very average. It should all add up to very averick and very average is a sweet bet. When you're getting over seven. Al davis would love your commentary there on this as a change colors to beige an beige. I was telling bulent primetime. Actually a paid for a tour of allegiance stadium. By the way it's gorgeous. It's absolutely gorgeous. But obviously you're taking a tour of legislative. It's nothing but raiders inundation from the from the tour guide and it's so much silver and black silver and black writers writers and on the way out. You know were wearing masks so super brave of me because you can really tell that i was saying it on the say you've been to one super bowl thirty seven years you know. Just just throw it back at the guy for a second. 'cause it's like enough of this raiders stuff for a while i just i. Don't see the raiders sucking okay. I think they're going to be very land. And with an over. Seven planned is good. Aaron shots with his most analytical common ever. I don't see the raiders sucking. That's the information we come for on this show all right here..

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"gill" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Probably Science

"Hey welcome to science mac. I'm eddie would. Hey i'm jesse case jesse mac on the show shall. I didn't want to be introduced. I just. I slipped into the old shoes. There you don't need to. You don't need to be inches. Used to you your your co host on this one. Okay snook but we do need to introduce a guest or a ton guest but it's been a while we we have this guest on lost her a very fun live episode at bridgetown festival and the excellent comedian writer. Us in all manner of things caitlyn gill. Hey caitlin that's me. Hi it's me. Caitlin caitlin gail philo philo a desert Dozen i have moved out to the to the sand in the in the winds beautiful. And i don't want to be grandiose here i. I may be the joe rogan of joshua tree. Come out here. jason. Memo's come out here everybody's followed by lead the gang a real high podcasting at you. Three were always start seeking at lower population densities. That i can think of no other reason but i thank glad you admitted it. I mean joshua trees are one thing but there's only one would. It's andy would first of all not even trees fun. Science fact. Right succulents aren't they. They're in the family. They're not actual trees. Yeah you get up close to them. They are not tree. Lake in an okay have been josiah trees and still didn't realize that they went a tree. I've never been out. I gotta go out there you do. It's well worth the drive. Despite the fact that it's on the ten it's yeah it's magic any knows but i still got that. That new kids is that the the new site off my place. I'm getting a little stir. Crazy andy also mention that when we were trying to work out who who might be rounded Yes that comedians. All the had for a bit too could be on the show and anti went. Oh what about caitlin she. She's moved near me as if you were right right. Let's record a podcast. Somehow i mean is there's no time zone consideration when you're fifteen minutes down the road that is nice but yes. That's yeah i am out in the in the wild mike iot. They're not mind but coyotes are our closest neighbours. We see all the time. There are actual roadrunners. I have yet to see the two at the same time that i am convinced that it will happen. i just saw first coyote running across the road. Oh yeah but i've seen lots of roadrunners crossroads. That's all they do right. Yes he really do that name for an animal. Yeah that's they nailed it. I've only. I've seen probably thirties moved here. Only seen one who wasn't running across the road the only time you see a robot. I don't know how that happened. Like no other animal wing was named named. It's it's there aren't many animal names after human inventions. The i mean. I'm sure has some other name probably several but the you i mean it's doing a thing other birds. Don't you might see crow on a road but the crows not running in crow has other business and it's gonna move out of the way for your car. The road runner is like it. Just it just does that although it does do our yard. We have such a week iraqi about human inventions. I mean the road is. It's one of the earlier inventions absolutely daily wheel. I think the road club women's be credited with the road. I mean animals had been making beaten paths forever. Does that count. Well you just call them now. Those are pa- obviously we sort of stole the idea. But i do think the road runner i mean are there other animals that are names. There's no like the whiskered the segue squirrel of course obviously the segue squirrel one in your emails. You're gonna fill up with it. That's the kind of thing that's like rattling in the like. My brain is having a delightful time. Not answer like shut. That's not that's not it there. You go Yeah hammerhead shark. I guess we're all over the place and yeah yeah. It's weird the fridge beaver. I know for sure that people eventually get lazy about naming things. You don't try that hard after a while. there are things with cool exotic names flamingo pelican. I'm just naming birds here. But then you get to places and i'm not coming for you. Oregon. 'cause i think this happens everywhere but i did go camping at a place. Called fish lake. That was next to a place called blue lake and like another lake was called deer lake in the same system of lakes. And like come on. You gotta stop. It's not the first thing you see when you get here lake. That's not how we gotta try. There's somebody in town that's notable. Maybe you there's something there's something else that you can try than single adjective immediately observable late. You're not gonna wanna hear how big bear lake named Yeah that's guessing. Some big bears are really little bear lake. That's that's what did it. I mean australia where we have. Many listeners has the great sandy desert rate. Yes i'm insert come on. I'm great. I feel like the best australian named the outback. Because it's like it's just depending on even like where a guy was in his house when he named think outback own khansa facing away. Yeah occurred to me but you're absolutely right. It is just like out back of my house. But somehow australia and it's natural wonders and terrors has so sealed the concept of what an outback is to me that like no other backyard cuts it. Well yeah they originally called the beach the out front and then the guy realizes just how. We built us house so holds the helicopter. The i don't know if you can hear that in the in the mike lunatic but there is quite loud. Los angeles Birdlife it's the what we have. You got your roadrunners but the roadrunners are actually two different species of boston. Running ground cuckoos ended up out of the cuckoo clings. And they not switch or chaparral cox matt. Why didn't you mentioned this earlier during the discussion. If you knew all this habits info that you know when you really held out on us. I didn't want to break up the rift. Okay fair man. That's so obscure yeah. I runners so tha- that's broken into the larger smaller right. Those two that you mentioned they have to be bigger one the ones dainty supply on the greater and lesser roadrunner of the two different types. Oh i don't want to call them lesser. They have peak still. They seem actually rather aggressive face. A making get up to lick as well they have been. They've been clocked up to twenty seven miles an hour. That's not three kilometers now..

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"gill" Discussed on Messiah Community Radio Talk Show

Messiah Community Radio Talk Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Messiah Community Radio Talk Show

"Thankful to the lord for these things so for people once again. Who don't know who you are bob. Gill is a daredevil legend. Much in the likes of evil knievel in fact he was friends with evil. Knievel sharing this amazing story really part of the history of motor sports and just watch. These amazing jumps youtube. If you put bob gill in their bob. Gill daredevil legend dot com. You can go and check on his website as well and sharing. Your testimony is for sure for people. You know who don't know jesus and how jesus makes a way for you to know him. He gives everyone that opportunity. I mean i sure. Walking would be the ultimate. But i really do believe that. The lord gives more glory from me out of my wheelchair with the attitude that i have that if i was walking and talking and telling them about it that way that's how i feel in my heart and i feel as though that god is treated me so well keep me alive keeping my attitude good. Give me all the things that he gives me. And all the healings of he has given me so other than walking and running and doing all the things that you could do in that situation. I think i'm pleasing god very well displeasing me so. We have a wonderful relationship together and i could not live without. This is the testimony of bomb gill. And we appreciate you being on the program thank you. I've enjoyed every bit of looking so forward to doing. This would be like thank you and we wanna thank steve. Gambian ergo twenty nor order ergo twenty-one dot com and he's got these amazing cushions with liquid sill technology and having him on especially with the pandemic we appreciate him and you as well and again. Thanks for being on the program. Thank you very much. God bless you my friend. Our sponsors with over ninety years experience in developing audio electronics bayer dynamic stands for innovative audio products with the highest sound quality and pioneering technology to business divisions consumer and installation taylor solutions for professional and private users on products are developed in germany and primarily manufactured by hand from headphones to microphones in conference and interpretation systems. For more information. Please visit north. Dash america dot bear dynamic dot com and by focal booth to go carries a complete line of products and accessories specifically designed for voice over actors audio professionals podcasters producers in studio owners to help them get professional results for their clients. It your go to place for sound treatment. Soundproofing portable and mobile vocal booths visit vogel booth to go dot com for more information and oral execuse. Ticks has one mission to make you sound your best. Thousands of satisfied orleans customers have experienced improve acoustics along with free expert advice. Total sound control products from or lex enjoy widespread use among prominent artists producers. Engineers inc's worldwide. Remember it's not your gear. It's the room visit. Orleans dot com for more information and great audio starts with great gear and zooms thirty year reputation promises quality and affordability visit zoom dash. Na dot com today for recorders audio interfaces affects panels and more we're zoom and we're four creators..

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"gill" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Thank you to them as well as the washington. Red raspberry commission washington red raspberries Been a quite the roller coaster a right of a harvest here in the raspberry world. So you know we haven't had any raspberry farmers on of late because they're very busy right now but soon. I'm sure we will be having a mind here about the highs and the lows of the Washington red raspberry season to look forward to that again. We're going to everson now to talk. With jaguar gill and hear about his foray into blueberry farming. And all that. He's learning and all that he's passionate about talk about what kind of food. You grow euro blueberries. yep lewis. Did you get started doing that. my uncle. He's in farming for pastor. Two thousand two here and Yeah i've been driving semi truck as well. Yeah in two thousand ten and so last year Do be very frank. I was trying to move to philippines Yeah couldn't do much. Because of the kobe thing you know everything was going in loss and Apparently my uncle told me why not get involved in farming. Yep so yeah. By god's grace and then last year we got this field dispersal. And then yeah. We've started planting some blueberries and My dad my parents basically we have a. We've been in farming for past decades in india. Okay so in india. What kind of farming did your family do there. pretty much read ann rice. That's the more often people do over there. Yeah what part of india up when jeb northern india okay. So when did your family come here then to farm My dad he moved in Actually he moved out of india in one thousand nine hundred five two militants and i born in india but i grew up in philippine. So i've got my schooling and everything in philippine so my uncle who used to live in the united states so he called invited us through. You know all legal procedures allow that and the we moved here in two thousand eight. yep and then Yeah i we moved in fresno california and then we have our relative here in blaine. They invited us. Move to what. Come county given i on here and then we moved here in two thousand eight and then never wanna go again. Yeah i love the greenie green. Yeah what what was that. Like moving to this place..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"I don't think they have good odds Road on and lynn in particular. Under ten to one i wouldn't really touch either It's a tough market. It's probably my least favorite market of the year. Still even you know. I said before the season i didn't wanna bet anything i'd bet a couple of things and it's still kind of not not very exciting to me. kyle gibson. That was the other one. I tried to back. How gibson seventy two one. He's he's having an incredible year he's just unfortunately on a bad team. I can't see also he also might get traded. And i don't see him in a couple of weeks last thing before we get to that because i do want to ask about trade line. They should trade him. The last thing is mvp. So otani versus vlad. It's a two man race and we've already talked about like what you know. It's like the lamelo ball thing. How many games would otani or how deep into the season. But you have to go where it was enough for him to be the mvp jason. You said one hundred twenty games and it's come up Paul if he has a few more two or three more bad starting pitching performances like the forty one pitch effort the other day where he only went two thirds of an inning where the walks came back in the first inning. Do you think that could hamper his. Mvp candidacy because the reason he's the favourite is not only because he has thirty one homers and his great from as a hitter. But it's because he's like babe. Ruth readies ruthie. It and bill. Simmons had this great comment. Jason kahn my producer was telling me about and his latest podcast where he's like if this were the eighties like we're baseball was bigger than it is. Now we would not stop talking about what shohei otani is doing. But since it's now and there's every you know baseball is not what it was. And because he plays for the angels quite. Frankly it's like the angels are are missing this opportunity like they're wasting this on the on the los angeles angels right because they are two they are and can't seem to coalesce and obviously they have the injury to trout too but if he has a couple more of these a few more of these. Do you think that hurts candidacy. Wouldn't.

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"Radio side but garrett cole obviously one of the biggest victims of spin right that was the other funny thing about listening back to our podcast with Is like oh there's five ballparks with humidors and we don't even know what they are and we had no idea there was going to be like such a muted run environment now all of a sudden a crackdown on on grip with pitchers. And who knows if it's that or if it's the you know the weather the climate changing obviously at this time of the summer. That's creating a better run environment. But obviously cole is is the biggest culprit along with the trevor bowers of the world. Who has all kinds of other problems. Now obviously His performance coles has dropped off a cliff and you wonder if he'll get it together a little bit to be you know to improve from what he's from how it's going right now but there is doubt as to whether or not he'll ever get back to elite this year because obviously he was one of the biggest people that was concerned about this crackdown. He was very public about it if he and he is still the to win the al. Cy young i don't think he should be based on what we've seen. I think that's a terrible bet right now. Do you agree with that. And if it's not coal coups the guy because my conclusion is. It isn't the most sexy thing to say. But like i think carlos john has the most awesome advance stats and the most sustainable numbers. And he's like plus three twenty five. Paul let's start with you. Do you think coal should be the favorite. And if not coleman who know call should not be the favourite and i agree that it should be ro dawn You know. I think there's a strong case for the white sox to just kind of keep going with him yes. He has a lot of injury. History that is not very good but they need to be callous about it but they only on a one year deal and this is their window to win. They've got go. i don't think they can let up with him. Obviously they might spread them out a little bit skip. Start one or two here and there but that shouldn't cost him the potential at the cy young. This is a great dream season for redundant if he stays healthy he's absolutely got have a great shot right now. I know all these having a great year. And i've been a long time if all guide i think you and i probably talked about jawohl back on the dodgers and was something him up but i don't fully believe in everything he's doing this year with the homerun suppression. Because he doesn't have a lot of ks. It's a lot of control more so than command. I'm just a little nervous about him. So i'd love to pivot to evolve there. I might if the number was right. But i'm with you on rodin. If cole found fell to a good enough number. I'd be interested but i doubt he is. I haven't seen any markets that jump out to me. Maybe another bad start would get him there. And then i could jump but as it stands right now call is still overprice. Rodion maybe evolved the on a on a hunch and then otherwise. You look in for dark horse somewhere. Yeah ember donnelley. I know some people are listed as plus three twenty five. That doesn't sound that great. But like think about jason having degrom at five to one in his pocket or plus four fifty or whatever he had all those degrom tickets that seems pretty darn good right about now so like plus three twenty five in the worst thing in the world and it's funny.

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"I think they should find a way to to buy on the margins. Obviously they're not going to get rid of any high impact prospects they can buy internally which is obviously not buying but like bringing up calendar again and seeing where he's at because nobody really believes that he's a flop so i think some pieces internally coming up and maybe a fringe piece for the rotation and bullpen is the way that they should go right now because they know that they're not fully ready but they also shouldn't just pack it in and start selling off you know aged pieces either. I think that would be a mistake to sell hannigan kendo grave for sure. Yeah and that. Would you know at some point. You don't want to send a message to your fan base. Like hey we're good now. We're going to throw away everybody. If they can get something somebody young for haniger that would be sort of the only justification nfl. Because i want to get through these preseason quick to get your thoughts moving forward and at least Bat vest gershon. Who was kind enough to join us again. The preseason podcast. He liked the braves. But said that if you wanted him to get sexy with the pick he'd take the nats. Paul you love the nets and right now to be honest with you. That's looking not too shabby four and a half back but a couple of games below five hundred in the nfl which is just a total scrum at this point jason. You said you don't like anybody who's going to bet the games day to day which probably is was good advice. Paul you did say. Don't sleep on trevor rogers with the marlins just point that out and matlock. The phillies darkhorse but there was no real definitive. The nats was the most conviction. I think paul you on anybody there and then the nfl central the preseason numbers on the central cardinals were plus one thirty. The brewers were plus two seventy five. Your reds were plus to ninety five..

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"I would say of all. Those is probably the one that i would. I would bet against if i had to go bet blindly against a team because we talked about my expected standings their forty five and forty on a regular standings but on the expected standings thirty eight and forty six. So there's about a seven game difference on what they should be based on their Sabermetrics to what they are. So yeah i would. I'm looking to fade some of these teams at the top. Three in the bottom. Three of those expected standings. And that would be one team that i would be looking to fade gill for sure. Generally speaking obviously night tonight would be. You know its own little thing but generally speaking that be the case the other thing that sort of strikes me as this and i don't remember this from other hato halfway point of the season. Just how big the drop off is from some of these top teams in these categories to the next group. We talked about the top three and money line or just in terms of making better money and then it's a huge drop off after seattle san francisco and boston. We go to run line. The san francisco giants are by far the team. That has benefited better. Most if you had betham on the run line. That's to win. If their favorite minus one and a half runs to lose but at plus one and a half oftentimes get within that to only lose by one run. You'd be up. Twenty point five units betting the giants blindly on the run line whether as a favorite or dog this year. Second place isn't even close like there's not another team that's even in double digits. I mean which. I don't remember ever seeing a team. Maybe i'm wrong. That is that way far out ahead and what is really a sort of defacto power ranking of teams and then on the bottom side not quite as big of a difference but one and two but still a seven unit difference between the twins and everybody else you'd be down twenty five point one units bending them blindly on the run line so when you talked about the giants on one and the twins on the other predictive narrative on both of.

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"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"gill" Discussed on Beating The Book with Gill Alexander

"Turn it out now south down now book. Podcast dead of summer early july. It's a baseball mid season podcast. Thought i'd get off my butt. Do a podcast here before football season. this will be two parts the first part a interview i did with mark borchert base winner on a numbers game at visa where we go over what we used to call our q. Two stats if you remember. Old baseball. derivatives shows from back in the day on the beating the book podcast. I'll be our queue to review of five inning. Wagers best teams worst teams in the first five lines. Thus far this season accumulated units or units hemorrhage will also do proprietary first stats plus a review of umpires as well are typical derivative. Podcast deal with mark borchert. That'll take place. I only about fifteen minutes. And then after that jason winegarden at spread of pedia on twitter also. A point spread weekly contributor at visa. And paul spor from fan grassley in the bus podcast and of course zone which channel we will review our opening season. Podcasts that the three of us did with matt vespasian from espn and mlb network will review some of our ridiculous prediction. Some of our good ones and we'll project forward. It is a season baseball. Podcast from beating the book. Enjoy for those who listen to the beating. The book podcasts. For many many years they know that you and i used to do q one q two q three baseball. Derivative market updates. Quarterlies if you will so let's do our q. Two we did our q. One earlier. We'll make this part of the beating the book podcast this week as well. I know you're going on vacation. So we'll wrap other parts with jason weingartner. Paul spoarer reviewing our bets from early in the year. But let's do our thing. Let's let's go to the easy ones quick. These are widely available. A site like covers dot. Com has these the most profitable teams in baseball this year. Let's just do it just money. Line most profitable..

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"gill" Discussed on Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"gill" Discussed on Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

"You have become a forest by nikita gill one day. When you wake up you will find that you have become a forest. You have grown roots and found strengthen them that no one thought you had you have become stronger and more beautiful full of life giving qualities you have learned to take all the negativity around you and turn it into oxygen for easy breathing. A host of wild.

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