18 Burst results for "Greg Russia"
"greg russia" Discussed on Talking Tech
"Slash talking. One. Of the big problems many of us has is nobody wants to hand out business cards anymore but everybody wants our contact information. What to do I, think we all have a bunch of different solutions but nick. And Jason Alvarez Cohen have happy device called paypal which can pass on your information and the guys are here and they're going to tell you all about it. He Nick and Jason Jeff send thank you for having us on. Sure. Tell us about poppel. So. Papa. Is Your new digital business card. It's a small thing you put on the back of your phone. And then all you have to do is just tap it to someone else's phone like this. It sends a push notification to that phone and win that notification is clicked at sends you right to send them right to my profile, which has my website, my instagram, my phone number, all of my contact information right on their screen. Okay. So what you just showed me was a little round ball basically and in you you I, guess he velcro or something or or a magnet or as probably a magnet right to. And it sticks to the back and then it then up your APP in that swirl, your contact information is in Europe. They have a pop up, it opens up in that but if they don't have the APP, it opens up in the browser and the key to the product is that the other person does not need poppel or an APP for you to share your mation. Believe that the Pablo's are very inexpensive how much they sell for Fourteen ninety nine for basic potholes and nineteen ninety nine for premium populous. What is a premium poppel? A premium poppel has nicer textures this one. For example, we poppel prism. It's kind of. Holographic. The basic ones are black white pink, blue jays color. Yeah and the premium ones are. Little, fancy same functionality, just different looking field Lyndon Okay and obviously once you once you download your APP, you then spend time in putting your basic. referrals. Correct, it's very easy setup you get your pop in the mail you you you put in what you want. Then you activate it with your phone and then you're all set. So you can put on your phone upon your laptop on your car, your Papa anywhere. It'll share where you want to share. So if you put it on your laptop and I had somebody in the office. Where I met somebody at starbucks right in a post Kobe world and I wanted his or her information. They would just put their phone in front of the Little Poppel that was on my laptop Yep. It's that easy. What motivated you guys to come up with this idea? Greg Russia. Well, we're both recent college grads and we learn about the psychology at how cool is and how native it is in modern phone. So we saw this use case as two guys who never used. A really cool phone, the phone method of Sheriff Mason which we did often. So we saw the cell division just credit. All right. Well, congratulations people can get it and is it Papa Dot Com. Pablo. Dot Co.. Dot, co-. Or Whatnot. or on. Amazon Okay sits it's on Amazon as well. You heard it here Thank you nick and Jason from Poppel.
ICYMI: Popl beams contacts to phones
"Of the big problems many of us has is nobody wants to hand out business cards anymore but everybody wants our contact information. What to do I, think we all have a bunch of different solutions but nick. And Jason Alvarez Cohen have happy device called paypal which can pass on your information and the guys are here and they're going to tell you all about it. He Nick and Jason Jeff send thank you for having us on. Sure. Tell us about poppel. So. Papa. Is Your new digital business card. It's a small thing you put on the back of your phone. And then all you have to do is just tap it to someone else's phone like this. It sends a push notification to that phone and win that notification is clicked at sends you right to send them right to my profile, which has my website, my instagram, my phone number, all of my contact information right on their screen. Okay. So what you just showed me was a little round ball basically and in you you I, guess he velcro or something or or a magnet or as probably a magnet right to. And it sticks to the back and then it then up your APP in that swirl, your contact information is in Europe. They have a pop up, it opens up in that but if they don't have the APP, it opens up in the browser and the key to the product is that the other person does not need poppel or an APP for you to share your mation. Believe that the Pablo's are very inexpensive how much they sell for Fourteen ninety nine for basic potholes and nineteen ninety nine for premium populous. What is a premium poppel? A premium poppel has nicer textures this one. For example, we poppel prism. It's kind of. Holographic. The basic ones are black white pink, blue jays color. Yeah and the premium ones are. Little, fancy same functionality, just different looking field Lyndon Okay and obviously once you once you download your APP, you then spend time in putting your basic. referrals. Correct, it's very easy setup you get your pop in the mail you you you put in what you want. Then you activate it with your phone and then you're all set. So you can put on your phone upon your laptop on your car, your Papa anywhere. It'll share where you want to share. So if you put it on your laptop and I had somebody in the office. Where I met somebody at starbucks right in a post Kobe world and I wanted his or her information. They would just put their phone in front of the Little Poppel that was on my laptop Yep. It's that easy. What motivated you guys to come up with this idea? Greg Russia. Well, we're both recent college grads and we learn about the psychology at how cool is and how native it is in modern phone. So we saw this use case as two guys who never used. A really cool phone, the phone method of Sheriff Mason which we did often. So we saw the cell division just credit. All right. Well, congratulations people can get it and is it Papa Dot Com. Pablo. Dot Co.. Dot, co-. Or Whatnot. or on. Amazon
"greg russia" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"Is, interesting because I have not we will talk about that Mr. We'll talk about that Eric what about you? What are you excited for in the upcoming weeks share so coming out this coming Wednesday, the new issue of black magic, which is a book by Greg Rookie and Nicholas Scott. I've been reading it mostly in trade, but I may switch to singles It's I. Nicholas. I've always loved her artwork. She's incredibly talented. And I love the concept for this book, it is The the one thing that I found reading the first trade was this is clearly being written to be turned into a TV series so that a pasting is not terrific a reading it as a comic you're just like, okay, I, need you to pick it up now, but is it do show I? Think it's GonNa Work Great. The second volume definitely got stronger and it was much more pulled into the mythos building. It's a great concept. It's a small town sheriff and I believe Salam -Chusetts, which is live in Boston. So that's hitting me and comes from a long line of which which is there's which hunters there's something going on with demons that are coming after them. There's a lot of really compelling stuff in it and I mean you can't be Greg Russia and Nicholas. They are topped your talents and I hope that it does get turned into a movie similar to is at Russia who did the Old Guard Yeah I have to assume this is going that same path and I If you haven't checked it out yet, please do the first few trades are available. So I. I will say if you're going to switch over to single issues be prepared to wait. this book has had incredibly disgusting delays and I. Don't know if that's Greco or Scott or if it's a combination of both or if it's just everyone being incredibly depressed right now and it's really hard to create anything, it could be all that combined. But I know that between issues like. Eleven and twelve. There was like a year in some change way. So. Just a heads up on that as a saga fan I feel like I'm used to that and. I consider myself practicing masochist. So sounds okay and years two years sagas come out. I know we just we just finished our Saga Saga Series on Patriot and I was worried that we started it too late because the rumor was that saga was supposed to come back this year or maybe like late last year or something like that and I was like well, screw it. We're just GONNA. Go through issue by issue talk about the entire series from beginning to end if saga comes back in the middle of that. So and we finished our show it's all released. It was recorded and released in saga still hasn't doesn't have announced went for when it's GonNa come back so. Know. But if you get a chance listen to that folks, it's nonstop plugs today here on. Anything else you WANNA talk about work we love to see it. Yeah So this is not coming out this week. It's coming out the week after each legion of superheroes number nine by Brian, Michael, Benda's Ryan Sook and a cavalcade of of modern arts I'm so torn I am a Long-term Legion fan I started reading it back during the zero hour reboot at DC in the whip back farther than that to read the seventies eighty stuff, which is amazing. I'm really struggling with this relaunch I want to let it the designs by Sook are incredible I, love the concept that Brenda's has gone but Benda's desperately needs an editor over DC desperately. Needs an editor and I mean a real editor who's actually going to do a job editing. and. Like we are now on issue nine and they still have not introduced half of that team and how I. And there's a bunch of new characters who we've seen on panel but we have no idea who they are and what they can do, and I, it is infuriating to me the two-part eight point eight nine are supposed to be introducing people to this team. Great that should have been issues one and two or at the very latest like three and four and I again I want to live. I'm amazed that Ryan Sook still on the book because I can't think. Of another series where rhinestone suits me soak has continued after like issue four. It's not his GIG but I there's so much. I really want to like about the book but God dammit Benda's is making it so hard and I know why he does that People Legion is a book where you need T- leverage the phantom that's a legacy fandom to make something successful and I feel like he's doing everything in his power to Piss that Phantom off so that with. To honestly he did and it got cancelled and I'm afraid that that's going to happen to Legion Legion should be successful. It's an amazing concept and Rini that kind of optimistic future. Now, more than ever given the world that we live in and he's like he's snatching defeat out of the draws a victory is how I'm looking at this so. That's my spiel. Interesting. Well, I know that we have at least a handful of Legion fans out there that listen to the show. So let us know what you think of of. Legion superiors and curious to know because I. really barely know anything about legion. So maybe that's a whole episode where I just get schooled on Legion of superheroes because really that's like a blank space in my mind I would love to talk about it with you I love the legion. Sure. Rita and it's fantastic. The old books there. So okay. Okay well, I. Again I I would love to weird is excellent today folks. So let me get through this really quick. I'm excited for skull digger in skeleton boy number four. This is Jeff, lemire and Tansy Sandjak This is one of the a Superhero Universe, the black hammer verse if you will that Lumieres been putting out at dark horse and this book has had a huge like time district space between when issues came out because of delays and everything comics basically got shut down for a while but issue number three came out in February issue number four is coming out in September so I think I'm. Going to have to go back and read issues one through three. But from what I remember, I really liked what was going on in this book it was like a mix of punisher and Moon Knight and kind of your the shadow type characters that you know hide in the darkness of of the night in to stop bad people from doing things. But then there was like more mysticism and magic.
"greg russia" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"When my favorite things to do in summer is to check out the summer blockbusters and this year it's looking a little different I'm pretty much relying on. Streaming. But lucky for us, a lot of the platforms are trying to bring on some new material. and. I'm going to be looking at three movies today that are all new and twenty twenty. They are all now on the Netflix platform and I, don't know about you. But lately, I've been feeling a little sluggish. So I thought I would spice things up by looking at some action and adventure movies. I've been hearing about the old guard in the news. So I thought I would take a look at that movie. It stars Shirley's there and I like her a lot. So as excited to check this one out, that will be my focus in the first segment of this show. In the second segment, I'm going to be taking a look at the Booby Spencer confidential that stars Mark Wahlberg. Third Segment of the show sharing my thoughts about the movie extraction with Chris Hemsworth. Something these three movies have in common is that they're based on a book or a Comic Book. So I hope you'll stick around for the last segment of the show where I will be looking at movies that are out now or will be coming out soon, that are based on books or comic books. So. Let's dive on the first movie that I'm going to look at as I mentioned is called the old guard it came out on July tenth and it is a net flicks. It is two hours and five minutes long it's considered an action adventure fantasy. And it is rated R.. This movie based on a comic series. It was written by Greg Russia and he also wrote the screenplay for the movie. The comic series is about a team of women warriors they are essentially immortal. And they have lived for centuries already and they have fought just about every kind of battle that you could ever think of. Now the movie is a little bit different and according to net flicks to descriptions for undying warriors who've secretly protected humanity for centuries become targeted for their mysterious powers just as they discover a new immortal and that new immortal is a new member of their Mercer Group, this movie is described as gritty and exciting. It was directed by Gina. Prince by what she is an award-winning director and screenwriter in twenty fourteen she won best screenplay at the African American Film Critics Association, and she has been nominated for a number of different prizes including best director over the years for different movies. And she is known for directing the movies. Love basketball the secret life of bees and beyond the lights does I mentioned it stars Charlie's Ron. And she is an Oscar winner. She won the best actress in a Leading Role Award for the movie monster back in two thousand and four, and she's known for such movies as the Italian job north country handcock it's Snow White and huntsman. The movie also stars Cheer Retell Edgy for. He's an English at all and he won the BAFTA award for best leading actor for twelve years of slave and he was nominated for an Oscar for that role. Anti won the Best Actor Award for the same movie for several other awards contests. He was also in the movies American gangster salt, the Martian and doctor strange. Another actor this movie is Kiki Lane. She is also an award winner. Outstanding actress in the Black Real awards for if Beale street could talk and she's been in the movies.
"greg russia" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"That's save the number five at backstory dot net at the checkout cart only work. There won't work on an IPAD, so you could log in there and do your subscription there, and then you could use your credentials on an IPAD. So fear not. You'll still be able to read us on an IPAD if you subscribe it backstory on that, but nonetheless your support. Support would mean everything to us. We would love to have you, but now I'm going to jump right back into our interview with Greg Russia and Prince blyth would about their awesome feature film. The old guard you know one of the other interesting things that was kind of different from the comic was the construction of the antagonised. You know here. He's a kind of. Co Guy that you couldn't call a weapon. Probably save his life. Everyone else has to do the. You know the fighting and in the in the in the comic. We're used to more muscular characters, but it was interesting because it was kind of like A. we've seen it before, but it was another new world take of. The dangers of the you know the C O class that. No care, no feelings whatsoever about the lives they destroy we. We're kind of some of the conversations about that as an antagonist. Greg wrote it in the stage. RECOGNI Iran with it. Described with remnant reminiscent of Martin Skelly, and that was such a a perfect template that do the soulless, and you see his desperation of wanting to be somebody, and he is young, and he is brilliant, but he's using his talents in such a wrong way I mean Mark Zuckerberg was another template and it just felt very of the moment. Because Pharma is they've always an issue yet? People involved are getting younger and younger and It's absolutely affecting the way that they think about the fact that you are here providing lifesaving. Elements yet you're forcing people to pay for those. There is such a moral quandary within the entire thing. So it really was about real real world template right I mean. We're hearing that already with the pandemic in which. The some of the drugs that have shown some success are going to be costing more in America than they will and other, and and and have been purchased for profit. Let's talk about insulin prices skyrocketed. And the other thing that's at work here as we absolutely, the I'll tell you. The least fictional thing in this movie is a billionaire. CEO a trying to acquire mortality. This is something that is happening right now. This is a project being pursued by several of these people who have more money than anybody would ever ever need for a hundred generations, but greg would need you go in a different direction and enchanting for the movie. When you sat down to write it in I'm not sure I see what way you I thought he was. I remember him as being kind of stronger and no Merrill Meredith's. Yeah because that's vanity, that's not strength. Okay, okay, right I mean in the comic depiction of a guy who thinks that let let's put it this way. There is a class of person who exercises just so they get to take off their clothes in front of a girl at night for vanity okay. That makes sense I was I was using the image because this looks like he would blow over when we'd doesn't throw a punch in the comic, you're right. Merrick never ever throws a punch and when he's confronted when he's confronted by needing to defend himself, he's found cowering in a bathtub. so I actually don't see a different in. a Harry's. First line in the sequence bring Joe. Nikki, and the right is he's on the phone and he says it can hardly be unique if they can make another copy. And, then he's like all. Call you back and that's the character in a nutshell. I don't care what it is I just wanted to be able to have the only one. That makes sense the the only thing that could play with the toys on the shelf. No other kids allow You know I. Know we're starting to run out of time so when you get a couple of lightning. Quick questions, you're bringing up earlier. The revelation of booker being the trader of the group because. Splinter yeah because. Basically. He the they could. They could heal their physical pain, but not their emotional pain, and that's that's kind of the the concept there. It's tricky as to when to decide. How far in you reveal that I think there's definitely breadcrumbs that people could see when watching it. What were the debates? You guys had as exactly win to reveal it. Did it all. Remember US ever. I don't remember ever discussing what the right time was i. think it was always. It has to be at this time. That's the place to do it. Kessler the I would just say the only discussions really. Honestly internally for me was how much to highlight. Those breadcrumbs because I. Obviously, the worst thing would be to see coming, but what you love is when you go back and watch the second third, hopefully fourth fifth time you start to notice those little tells and that's the fun part, so it really was. How much highlight? This this look on booker shade in now so. It's a mind sane work so well between Matthias and Kiki. Booker Nile seen. and you could see earlier that Copley's going to switch sides as well like those those breadcrumbs were a bit clearer, but I think on purpose to show that he was. A base conflicted. conflicted. I I loved this movie. I I love the The reveal at the end with Quinn. Showing up and today is July fifteenth. Oh, man my taxes, but The day that issue, five of the old guard force multiplied comes out yet last issue. Only be able to see what happens. You know this has been a success. Have you guys started talking about a possible sequel? I I haven't talked to anybody seriously about whether or not. There will be one. We had conversations about how you do this, and here's an idea, and this is some of what I'm playing with, but nobody has come to me and said you're doing it. So, that's about right now it's. Early and it really is about the audience. Does the audience want a sequel? And of course it's been beautiful to see the response. Yes, please. I can start writing tomorrow, but I'M NOT GONNA. Do it unless somebody says get the work, so yes, I will i. hope it happens you know I. Think a good place to to wrap things up would be your toughest scene, and for both of you I'd like to know what the scene was that you sweat about the most the one that you had to really rise to the creative challenge to solve so gary I'll start with you. What was your toughest into cracked in the screenplay and then gene, of course your toughest onset, and how'd you rise the creative challenge? A. Man That has genuinely hard. I will say. I think the thing that I had the biggest trouble with and I. Think in my, it's personally to me the best sequence in the movie. Which shows that it does pay off is. When in the comic Andy Collects Nile in Afghanistan, it's a two page montage to get the Perez since to throw, and now I get them to Paris and he can't do that in the movie movie. It takes something like seven to ten minutes a screen time from Andy arriving. To them getting GOUSSAINVILLE..
"greg russia" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"So Look I. Don't want to in any way sound ages, but the Geezers in today's movie are pretty. Hardcore Howdy I'm Jeff Goldsmith and this is the QNA my agenda is simple each week I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks. We have a great lineup for today's film. The old guard and it includes comics books, creator. Greg Russia and it's also his debut. Screenplay made into a feature film, so that's pretty cool as well and the film's director Jeanette Prints. blyth would so, but they make a great team as you're about to see, and this movie is is really well written, and it's an entertaining action movie that I wish was for all ages I. Guess That's my complaint. It's so violence that it had to be made rated R., and that was the one question. I didn't get a chance to ask them. There ever have been a pg thirteen version of this. I don't know I think if if you eliminate. Some of the headshot kills that are that. Are you know gory? Maybe but I understand why it's are rated and I do appreciate the world having a place for are rated comic book movies, but Gina and Greg were a great interview and had a lot of very interesting things to say about making this film that I highly recommend you. Watch, 'cause. You could watch it right now. It's in your pocket. Probably it's on Netflix, so so make sure to check out the old guard and then listen to our episode because you're. You're really going to enjoy it and speaking of things to dig I hope while you're surfing around online. You check out back story magazine over at backstory dot net. It's a strange time without movies in theaters, but we are still working forward on publishing issue forty two. If you believe that our forty second issue, and it's going to have a great quarantine read for you. If you subscribe, you could read all of our archive, which goes back about a year and a half, and we're adding stuff further back in time to it, and you'll get the the. To read anything new that we published, so you'll be in place when issue forty to finally comes out, and support would mean everything to us as a reward you for supporting us..
"greg russia" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"I'm your host should Monday and what's up? Guys? Welcome back So. I wanted to do something different this week. This this episode specifically. But we'll get to that in a second We're GONNA start with today. Is our movie of the week? which is the old guard? It's a new film on Netflix. it's the first. Superhero blockbuster type movie of the summer. And you know for a year where? We definitely. Expected some sort of new steps after endgame From sort of all over. Hollywood. Obviously. With theaters being closed, it did seem like a possibility, but the old guard is sort of A. It's a new. It's a fresh addition to the new movies pool. There were a few good movies this week. some of which will get to and my episode later on. In the week, but Today's move. The week is the old guard. Following that and this is the interesting news sort of change that I was GonNa make now I know you guys like nothing more than to listen to me speaking into the Mike for an hour. I wanted to change things up a little bit and a today. We're going to be in discussion with my good friend. Matthew Johnson. Now Matthew is one of my friends from school. He goes to Nyu with me. I met him in my freshman year. He's from A. and I like to consider him one of my closest friends at college. He's going to be talking about his adoration for Disney films. And his new podcast, a filmmakers history where he goes through affiliates sort of. Inspired by autour theory theory which he talks about in the episode. Progression of filmmakers history. And how it's affected by both internal and external forces. He explains much better than I do so I'm going to let them do that later on the episode, but we'll talk to him about Not only his new podcastone is fascination with Disney films, but also our main segment for today's episode both of our top five favourite high school films. So. Without further ADO. Let's get into the movie of the week. The Old Guard So this week's movie of the week is a new movie. Called the old guard. Now. With. Everything in lockdown and The potential for big budget superhero blockbusters at least new ones to be still quite far away from release. Especially because you know us, theatrical release is so important for them. This is. Sort of something that I've definitely been waiting for as a Comic Book Movie Fan. Here Netflix. HAS ADAPTED A. Semi famous comic series by the same name by the screen. The Guy who wrote the script Greg Russia. The film the Old Guard is an opportunity to introduce this new squad of Superheroes I. Guess You could call them superheroes. That come straight from his graphic novel series. Are brought to life by Director Gina Prince by what. They are set loose on this tack. Grow big former. CEO, who somehow managed Stitcher Hoodie. On his suit. And looks like a jerk because of it and.
"greg russia" Discussed on Venture Stories
"You see those muscles of you build a relationship and being has been very helpful being married so may here me or have just talking about having gone through genetic on the previous is here with Google. You know all of us has homers. We see the village network being a friend frame personal network and how that be helpful start. A lot of visas will say that. Hey we're all about networks. To and some extent they are visas. Have a big networks network all day as if they do but they sort of only leverage their own networks or the networks of the five partners. We really tried to create institution that leverages that networks of other people's networks if that makes sense so for example our pis- represent the biggest acquirers customers companies in the world. And so you might. If you're trying to get to someone at Google perhaps you've got it all figured out but we was going to facebook Microsoft and someone Amazon when a Bloomberg someone at all these different companies. Get sort of the right person at the right time the other thing. I should have said this initial is we we sort of do things on a customized basis. That another Gal couldn't really do so one of our companies selling to heads of growth and we're putting together an event biting you. Two hundred heads of growth back Their customers we have done because we got Joe. A few biotech events in one of them led to someone. Who's now an adviser someone ever Genetic was an adviser to jeer companies. So we really leverage our network to find the right sort of domain experts for individual companies but also potential customers. Obviously you know all investors so we run. We have specific software. That is tagging investors filtering by stage by domain. And then we have our ondeck network for for engineers and people were looking at start their next thing or join the next thing which people can hire find their co founder through so We helped networks both on the on hiring customers investors and then advisors or other key introductions at at big companies. If you have anything to add that I love green and Eric for Michael Knee was I have to go on? What is being done in healthcare or genetic engineers? I mean scientists and believe it or not very few people. Really go through the painstaking. How our life sciences biology and learning to become and then go for an engineering aspects so it becomes very crucial to find the right time of people and having the network of people that can ask. Eric who introduced to are going to different events that maybe you know many find. Those people has been very helpful and we all leverage each other's like it's all bigger than any one person that might work or not work or reading network whoever whoever's we're all leveraging each other that works to find the right people for me. I can have one thing fundraise process regardless of WHO? You knew what you did in the past like every fundraise processes new New REBA has an entrepreneur like the whole journey is brand new. You know and what helped me personally is like a huge network that you know he's spent a lot of Yeo's cultivating you know you get to piggyback off of that for you. Know certain meeting certain aspect where people are willing to take a forty five minutes to an hour long intense discussion on your product on your company because they know Eric and they trust him right so a obviously when you start a company your own networks. You gotta hit them up a lot. That obviously is happening. So if you're if you're if you're cultivating and farming your own network obviously for you. One Company is going to do that. And it can't do that for you so you have to do it for yourself but now suddenly there's Eric and Ben Ross. You know who were helping an opening up Dan networks to you at a particular moment in time. See this diamonds very important because you expect people to help you for six months to nine months doing fundraise right. That gets tedious and time consuming. So dime is important so the more people that are on your side with really meaningful networks in a heartbeat at a time that's whether the network effect compounds itself if you continue to for your own end then regardless of how many people who have behind you the effect not profound does that make sense the network catalyst really. It is exactly what it says. It is a network catalyst program and that's the way to think about it. I'm as crucial element if you don't have the money before you run out of steam company to don't raise enough capital you can. You can go on indefinitely. At least I couldn't just working in my garage on an are having a real company. You got high talent because you don't have capital and no one's interested in you know wild goose goose chases anymore so dime and and then the startup factors they all matter so the the network component was super interesting to me and network was super profound because she came from a very operationally heavy background so when she made an introduction to other people that were in operations it meant something when Ross made an introduction to people in the venture capital world where he spent a lot of diamond and before that had success factors and embiid that the last company that made a lot of sense so a lot of times even though they people in invest we learn something from that interaction. I think that's that's that is important for me to ask also founder and peer to peer support on that you've every company that's doing your network. How does company has has talked to Karen and Joe about what the experience was like? And we've all been founders in is really the community of call it anytime for references backchannel support advice in all going through some processes at the same time similar stage Greg Russia and other kind of girl visit as well so I'm just curious about like what exactly is and like other against goals that you go all these yes. It's we say ninety days sort of framework but some companies raised nine months after six months after we release it. It's one hundred percent personalize in customizable. So we really sit down with each and every every company and say hey you know for us to raise a really strong seed round. Would we would. We need to achieve and for Steve. Some third down focused on product market fit for some they do their China like earth tweaking. The product others are sell sell sell sell and so we do have group-group office hours similar to some others. Where is it in this room? Have Dinner and breakfast repaired? You talk about things where we're working with. We have individual offs hours with our with our. Gp's some of the other networks leaders key advisers and then we can do eat. Individualized one off event Laid Sports Company. So we almost like mini. Demo Day for them. We brought it a forty five of the biggest eastwards investors. One dinner here in a wet meadows working on a couple hundred thousand dollars that night and that was zero others trying to get customers with wrote a customer event for them but really as urban bed really whatever. The company needs beyond sort of initial scaffolding groups ours. Ours were were on call to give basically Eric. What do you want for your last night days? And how can we help you get me? And that's very crucial. Because my Dave Hughes Ninety Day program. So it's very see I ran into a very do specific things one was. I really wanted to understand and hash out. The strategy for the company high level. Is it a hell of business? Before we get into the work and it becomes a lot of work I'll be working for. The right thing is going to create enough value where it can sustain a soft threat team. You know that is one thing and so. I had definite expectations around that so a lot of conversations around a lot of time spent on that and then the second thing was just the process of the fundraise. So if you think about the process of the fundraise kinds of things that you might want to do you have to get the assets of the pitch ready the actual physical assets of the deck. And how it looks and whether it makes sense and the floor that the confident that recreates the conversation that the debt creates right and so that requires tremendous amount of cycles typically working on a low no with Google founder. Here you got a.
"greg russia" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast
"What's what's a quality of upward communication? You're receiving from your team. Skela one attend the quality of upward communication. Getting because if you can't get right information mation accurate clear specific and timely. You're in big trouble now. Here's the second part I want you to ask your team members for this information. If you can get anonymously this even even better maybe pass piece of paper and a pin around everybody on your team have them ride a number. Here's what you want to have them right on. A scale of one to ten. How open and available is senior management to hearing my ideas when you hear that from your team? Here's my hunch based on years of leadership experience management's number number those were above is almost always higher than those. You're on the front lines almost always and here's here's the truth. You cannot make strong decisions without Accurate information if you aren't receiving good information from your team. This is a problem but the good news is you. Are the chief problem solver for if you have a problem you've got an opportunity and disguise confront it because you cannot change what you're not willing to confront make the change and in healthcare organization. Get better because everyone wins when the leader gets better are thank you for being a part of our leadership community. If this is helpful to you it it would mean the world to me if you would write a review for rate the content be sure fit subscribe and then please do invite your friends to be apart share on social media breath again. Tell us that you're doing this just linked to my name and we will Riposte some of those this month see again with another leadership episode. Hey as a leader. I don't feel so much pressure. Show up bring you because we say it all the time people would rather follow leaders always real always right. Thank you for joining us at the CRAG Greg Russia leadership podcast. If you WANNA go even deeper into this episode and get the leadership guide or show notes you can go to life dot church slash leadership podcast asked. You can also sign up to have that information delivered straight to your inbox every month. In the meantime you can subscribe to this podcast rate and review it on Itunes and and share with your friends on social media once again. Thank you for joining us at the Craig Rachelle leadership..
"greg russia" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Variation dealer shall deal the cards from his or her hand so clearly that was the intent now. The other part of the lawsuit also says that slot players are being cheated because when players cash out they can only cash out for even dollar amounts that is that is bad okay now. I think gets very similar to what we have here at Hummel Casino Right Right Ackley where you go to the machine. Let's say you've got five dollars thirty nine cents right you put it in the machine the machine we'll give you five dollars and then how thirty nine cent voucher right then they're hoping you'll put it back in the machine right now. If it's like Hummel and I think encore core probably is if you were take a thirty nine cent voucher up to the cashier. They give you thirty eight thirty nine South Okay right so gene does not dispense coins uh-huh and we know that machines can dispense coins. They harass right so so I don't this doesn't sound like cheating. No that's a marketing strategy strategy. I it's actually pretty crappy on the part of the Casino. I think because of course not everybody's going to do that. They're going to tell you. No you know what happens is. They just throw it away. Yeah yeah that could be they had twenty two cents and they just leave it or throw it away now. What the Casino actually does with that extra money? I'm not going to claim that they just pocketed. Maybe it goes into some kind of account are charity. I don't so I'm not going to claim what they do with it but but if you had to guess what do you think they're doing with. It are not gonNA guess but it. It's still crappy for the customer. I know what they're doing. It's not good for the customer going in a pool out back in Philly now yeah pull all right well. The lawsuit actually says cheating the lawsuit suffered a setback because the Massachusetts Gaming Commission came out and Said said that encore Boston harbor has not violated state regulations at its blackjack tables or slot machines so again. That's not a ruling by the court. That's just the commission coming out and saying I'd say the lawsuit doesn't have much of a chance well yeah if the commissioner says it's okay what what's judge. What's he gonNa do but it is interesting? The rules are vague or unclear or contradictory in the way that they're you know it's worth it so well. That'll be the next Senate hearing that will having aggressive really really you get this six five. It's going to go get away. Supreme Court's GonNa have to rule about six five blackjack. I hope so it's one of those things where Yep cheating is just not the right word. No it's terrible. We hate it well. It's telling you what they're going to pay you right. It's the funny thing is is that it says you know I mean it's worded so poorly yeah so you know what did they. They obviously got somebody who lost on that you know on my smarter than a fifth grader show and they got them to write it so a minimum of one or two yeah minimum of one or two. I'll take two. I guess all right well. I'm back from comic con and there was actually Ashley a panel that we went to that tangentially has to do with the podcast so let me tell you about so. There's a new series coming to A._B._C.. In September starring Koby smoulders they a lot of commercials for that Yeah Okay so yeah you probably anyway. You'll remember Kobe from how I met your mother. She played Robin and also she played Maria Hill. In the marvel. Cinematic Universe still does well the show is called stumps town and it's based on a series of graphic novels written by Greg Russia about an army veteran who is now a private investigator working in Portland Oregon. That's Kobe smoulders character and she's got a bit of a gambling problem yeah in fact talking about those as you've probably seen there's a craps table casino craps table right very prominent very the APP Yup. We saw just a couple of clips at comic con. I was hoping to see the whole pilot episode..
"greg russia" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"It has the wizard on it right before thing. I was very disappointed. There is no five and four quality in there. You have the you basically have all the moment you have Eric's you. The wizard nihilists is very very uncover. If it's a very that when I so this is the first one it's basic premise is you have the super scrawl Yada Yada Yada and he's been cold all of his exploits by this a guy they call them Scott Cre- but his actual name is Mar Coil is a little guy here guys know him okay so which is which it's my thing that character are you Loki in disguise. That's my thing extra vengeance J. or someone else like that. It could be mercury in this guy. He's a trickster. You got to never gets a new quite but here's my plug I mean we talked a little bit about acts of vengeance on the quantum zone but coming up I think in September little and I are going to do the spiderman issues for acts of vengeance. Lovely awesome is just reread it is but you're opening the opening up with an obvious trickster character who's talking to his name but the super scrawl correct I think it is but he's tells else him this magic macguffin device which will if built on the Morphou genyk framework of a shape shifter will <music> can unleash Morphou genetic framework onto an entire planet turn the entire planet and it's denizens into whatever you want to be and he's basically saying I'm GonNa go find him. As Marvel who is the most powerful check shifter after in the universe because <hes> and <hes> use her mortgage scaffolding to actually transform earth into <hes> scroll us <hes> our our old world that was eaten by blackness us and he his his Spanish too impersonal character captain hero medical original tribes were in starts. The meeting up people but being very violent about it and kept marvel. She's like all about this through and she'll put you if she has to but you always prefer to talk it through <hes>. There's this little eighty. Throwback character called <hes> after <unk> boom. Her name is Chaban <hes> she has like Little Marco powers that destroy things and you know basically they know fight fi mccloughan gets used but then gets destroyed by ship boom because hey she lives in the earth to a nice little face with that and then you know basically captain marvel or MS Marvel <unk> out of talks you know <hes> out of you know destroying earth and saying things change you know yes you earth was destroyed. Everything gets destroyed. The best you can do is sort of build the world and he's like yeah you know we're shapeshifts. We shouldn't be so hung up on what planet were on the new world and then they throw Scott Cre- into space and that's the ad and it seems like Oh oh that's a standalone no religion anything until we get to the fire show where once again there's a kind of trickster character making deals with Aliens Space Yeah Eh but he gets well he gets kyle is dry growing that you talking about to go that <hes> organize a whole spice expedition what the punisher yes sorry the punisher yeah the wife Yeah Drake the are together. It's actually interesting Chali that went through the Miss Mabul annual because when you were describing it I was trying to find any ties with the able to punish annual and <hes> the closest thing is this dry character but he gets he gets exposed those <hes> at the end saga similar to that Skull Creek Act so auditor how things are gonNA tie in with a continuing anyone thread. It seemed a little disjointed this whole active able something video future off the the able but yeah but all I love the punisher J._J.. How would how good was that? Actually I was too so I was a bit reserved but <hes> but the huma that injects as really funny it actually works looks and it's not greedy doc punisher that some fans would be wanting at and the odd itself doesn't lend itself to that as well because the odds quite law that actually reminds me a little bit run Otley Amazing Spiderman Yeah yeah yeah so it doesn't really punish a ton <hes> but yeah a rule is quoting joyful punishment spice. Oh Yeah I mean I'm just like him. I've been looking can freely connections between him. Yacht angels you back Charlie on Mister Professor Charles Hester but I but I I I know at least ray we're. I'm sure we'RE GONNA be picking up that mood night the annual yeah well. I mean you'll still feel on S._A._D.. Rate Miss Novel as well as well as I wanted to. I didn't read it yet. A guy tried to read this up to this just then off the back of the punisher annual in what are your what are your initial axis of evil lot. I'm definitely Dante question. Definitely GonNa get the moon not one you know being a fan of vengeance heady on this telling up because I am a fan of acts of vengeance that I want to be like some big conspiracy. Hope is just like random. You know people because it just it gives it a lot more value. I think if there is a common thread I mean it's funny because Charlie was talking about <hes> about the events and all that and if you don't have to buy if you don't follow the tolerant after bought but one of the things that Mambas is <hes> running through different series and making you WanNa collect it lago would never think of getting mismile annual but if there is a continuing story and phase into this punish annual than I will take it out you know Masako Lot back. Sorry <hes> and that's what might also exit vengeance really good the area because you had that back story that this seems to be just as you say random events in account say sorry I've said hopefully it's not really not yeah yeah like I said I'm excited for the mood night. I can't hang on dead pullovers nightmare. Yes I think the next one is Venom Rod. This is madam something Oh Yeah Lady Help Bender Light. I'm not familiar with that character Dina hurdle now. Let's say I'm not familiar with her so okay yeah. It's not good did enjoy it and I love the the epilogue having done by salmon could drain Sqi. Oh yeah that odd. He's been killing it weighed Matt Rosenberg on the punish title itself. He's hot is is really good. <hes> incidentally I wasn't a fan of his in that damnation events vent those wall ago now remember that one with them doctor strange menards and now I mean he didn't art for spun for Awhile too. I like art better here. 'cause I think they like paired him with like a good color yet yet. I mean we'll this epilogue alarm. Just a few really good but what did you think of the brewed quyen of the brewed. <hes> you know the whole kind of thing. I don't know I just thought it was it was ridiculous. It's just like right castle dot Jameson almost it was like sigourney burnt alien alien stuff but yeah it was a little ridiculous the plot getting them in the space. Yeah it was pretty <unk> has been on this fun but while fan that the beginning a bit really good win Johnson's introduced to the punish actually killing these under <hes> what he did lines Russian spies I guess now trying to hijack the space shuttle and and that was actually really cool and then it just became a pretty funny big ride slugfest at the end. James's like what are you doing. These are astronauts astronauts. Don't carry guns in the space exactly exactly now that was that was I thought it was them <hes> <hes> so. What did you what what else you've been reading yet <unk> of red? I am particularly for the shower <unk> things at a hoosier start. I'm love really enjoyed a few. I'm GonNa do something a little different. He Phil. I'M GONNA go down. The Superman. Roots are rare data's Superman Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen did you. I didn't read that but I think Charlie Charlie. They're insane not law though <hes> Canada's got him. He's yeah look Tom Wolfe. Jimmy Olsen Matt Fraction Phil really good very different. I did not expect this sort of comic <hes> away it. was I hear noise early. There's telling us Oh drop dad again. What I you yeah no? I didn't read <hes> Jimmy. Olsen might have to pick that up because I have a big theory that the Internet that I have you heard about the whole Leviathan thing. Is that the big event happening now yeah serious figuring armor who's like taken out all the spy organizations in the D._C.. Universe and what are you reckon. Jimmy Open is alive and Oh wow cool I mean in because they said that they tease it at the end of the last this season supergirl that the Leviathan or like doing that already even though it's it's still going on in the comics and then they just announced that the guy plays I will James Olsen on super girls'll even halfway through the season. Oh my always Leviathan you. Are you putting Europe putting putting the breadcrumbs yeah if pacing the puzzle together that's cool but yeah no. I didn't say I didn't reach him Olsen. You know what I picked up like. It's like a week or two old <unk> out Lois Lane series wanted gay. I WanNa read that I didn't read it <hes> Greg Rock. It's really good great rucker actually yeah because some pretty big name see Matt Fraction Greg Russia <hes> yeah definitely GonNa have to check that one out as well <hes> speaking the corner is well again from our podcast wonder if he's GonNa get a wants to unfortunately not at this Tommy Econ but I'm definitely something would checking checking Jimmy Olsen. Just it's funny. It's auto no it's a really lights comic in it's almost almost like a an anthology lama fraction <hes> split up into law three small stories but they all kind of <hes> overlap with one another <hes> and this really Auburn added that the closest comparison. Maybe is maybe unbeatable. Squirrel girl not read that but it's very light in funny and <hes> <hes> Yeah Yeah Anyway. I was really surprised by that we have anyone wants to see my fear. I put a posted on the Cape Sa- Lunatics blog finally owe us. I used to try to do that weekly but like last year was <hes> watch over time out the I I was like I haven't put up since October. Holy Crap so yeah I did put that up <hes> but yeah no one was even saying demeanor like well. What about this series? He has come back like twelve issue series. I was like I was like one of the road the Leviathan UH and instead lowest goddess series to cement. I don't know maybe in the end. She's GonNa be like I'm GONNA try trying to like battle him 'cause like in the first issue is really good. You know turned Clark you know with her and Clark but then it's like she sends that late the female version of the question like out on a mission and then at the end she's like at the at the White House <hes> like a White House press conference and she's like very real world he she's like Oh. What about this thing at the border with you putting kids in cages ages and stop so I mean I here's the oddest in that <hes> <hes> it is perkins among Perkins <hes> he's pretty good yeah? I I mean I did like the art was really good. I mean really matches the tone of the story in my opinion Perkins Yeah lovely now I saw I think it was very uncover would have been Nicholas Scott. I'm not sure those <hes> <hes> and it has lowest with back against the wall kinda looking with bullets ricocheting off the wall and she's got a report is bad. Yeah I just looks awesome is really great. Yeah I mean like it's only one issue so far but really good okay this way. <hes> fulfill what what have you been writing <hes> like I said I read the punisher. Did I hear you say on your show. Read Immortal Hulk Saga that he's not out there that he's star Good Judge Charlie there yeah I'm back. I'm back. Oh okay on the phone now okay I. I know you said you read it. I didn't read it but I was saying he read Jimmy Superman Powell Jimmy Olsen number one <hes> no I didn't read it. I did had a code I would've thought it coast and the number one coats and what they haven't been doing that lately..
"greg russia" Discussed on /Film Daily
"The actually did see I was surprised at number one coming off of seeing golden compass how much darker this is locked in to the scope in special effects of this just seem very impressive which I guess probably shouldn't impress me after game of thrones for H._B._O.. But it just was like saying that was the polar bear yes eh talking polar barrels talking about Berenson who becomes a pivotal character later onto so. What did you having a love for this book series? Would you say I was really encouraged by this trailer. I've been a little bit unwary because <hes> Tom Hooper directs. The first episodes of this and his is a visual style. I'm not quite fond of I think his sil- while very solemn isn't very suited towards is such a rich lavish rolled as we see in his materials <hes> and I think that he has found this too much for close ups and <unk> very plain images but I was encouraged by this because there are some some really striking imagery in the series that we see so there's something that's a little bit more like beyond just like usual prestige work and we also see some of the sort of clinical imagery that fits the <hes> the <unk> experimentation storyline that see later on and while it is darkness does kind of <hes> go into his tendency to go really close ups. That's the B._B._C. thing to <hes>. I think the darkness Kinda fits the the first book story it is war like intimate <hes> straightforward adventure story something in which Lyra is looking for something and then being hunted so it kind of the dirt tone. Tom Does Nash in a sense of thing as a bad thing it just like it seemed I mean we talked earlier today at breakfast but how that that other film was film adaptation was kind of neutered many ways the seems seems like more gradient or more closer to the source yes and the idea the concepts of religion unlike the issue of religion was actually address in this panel <hes> <hes> the producer transfer. She talked about how this she wanted to clarify that the series isn't about the Catholic Church because that was the big controversy that this his <unk> originally drew in that the magisterial tyrannical <hes> an oppressive author authoritarian religious organization was a parallel or analog for the Catholic Church. That's why why would anybody draw the era but it's partially what tanks seven film new line was so intimidated by the <unk> the threats from the Catholic Church boycott and everything that they ended up just cutting out large sections of the story and tried to go for something else looking l'amour typical of that children's fantasy story <hes> but here. It seems like it's really leaning into it but it's not she's wanted to clarify not just about the Catholic Church it is about <hes> that idea of control in how <unk> <unk> a totalitarian government or organization can use that control to twisted to their own means okay. We have one last thing to talk about today. Shakeup you stumped down by the way what what is sometime clown even know what that is. <hes> is the A._B._C. T._v.. Patient of the only <unk> series written by Greg Russia and a big fan of comic and I'm not completely sold on the show with you. We was off of it <hes> but I did mostly like what I saw. The comic itself is about a a <hes> Afghanistan of veteran played in the show Colby's builders who returns home <hes> bills piling up she can't pay ranch tried to care for younger brother and becomes the private investigator in starts trying to solve crimes around Portland a stuff town where job title and what makes the comic special is at the aren't a lot of straightforward procedural private investigator complex out series okay so it's really this is actually Kinda Comfort Food Johner. You're watching a smart character. Solve mysteries and you know the soldier should not superhero so she's very scrappy. She's smart without a genius Washington. <unk> capable person struggle away mysteries in a way as incredibly satisfying but at the scribes so many T._v. shows. I don't know how you you adapted to a shown. Keep what makes special.
"greg russia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Pre-game. It all starts right here on the home of your Tigers could Penny Hardaway show last night to get then you get a home game coming up on Wednesday. So if you have a chance get down there, but it's just been just just be aware. It's an early Taylor earlier show up at seven you'll show up for the second hand, you'll be there have done. Absolutely. Are joining us on the. Program now, then Fox News analyst and author of number one New York Times bestseller, Greg Jarrett. Greg. Thank you for joining me in Memphis. How are you? I'm well. Thanks very much for having me. Terrific to have you on the show that the title of the book Greg Russia hoax, the elicits game to clear Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump by Greg Jarrett. In a nutshell. What what are we looking at here? Are you are you are you offering up in the book that the whole Russia investigation is really just a smokescreen? Well, I think the notion that Trump colluded with the Russians to steal the two thousand sixteen presidential election is not borne out by the facts, the evidence the law, and in fact, just the opposite. If there was any collusion, it appears it was done with the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democrats who paid for phony Russian information, and then fed it to the FBI and the department of Justice to harm Donald Trump. And that was really the Genesis of the Trump Russia investigation, which then extended to spine on the Trump campaign by line to the Pfizer court. And so, you know, it's not surprising at all to me that.
"greg russia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You are listening to America. First with me, Sebastian Gorka, and our guest is none other than Greg Jarrett. Follow him on Twitter at Greg Jarrett. Double G, double double T. And now we're going to move from the powers the president has in times of national emergency. Two two year long farrago the Russia hoax, which is a great title for a book. Greg Russia hoax. We should we should write a book called you've already done it. Sorry Russia hoax. I don't know. If it's still number one. It's been number one for months, and months and months you and judge Janine have been swapping each other out. You've also just written an article on rod Rosenstein and his massive conflicts of interest. Tell us why somebody who is a witness shouldn't be in charge of an investigation or does that seem like too much commonsense? Oh, it's it's a violation of the code of professional responsibility and federal regulations that govern the department of Justice and Rosenstein ignored it with impunity. He volunteered to ought to author the memo. Advocating the termination of James coming when the president abide abide and fired Comey. The memo became public Rosenstein began to get heat over at any gotta angry about it. So that's when forty two the New York Times he proposed wearing a wire to secretly record the president and recruited cabinet members to try to depose the president under the twenty fifth amendment, which is severe abuse of power and the amendment itself. So, you know, Rosenstein, not only acted in that way. But having authored the memo he was interviewed as a witness by the special counsel. And yet he insists on Zeidan over the very case in which he is a key witness. I mean, you can't think of more agree just conflicts of interest, then brought Rosenstein, and apparently he'll be stepping down imminently. When the new attorney general get sworn in. But hopefully, he won't get away Scot free with what he what he's done in the last few minutes. For the average citizen who doesn't live in the swamp who believes he'll never be the subject of a grand jury investigation. What do they still need to know? What's the one? Most disturbing thing about this whole Russia hoax. They still need to buy your book. But what do they need to know? Greg. Well, the by the way, the paperback version of the book the Russia hoax comes out a month from now, you can order it on Amazon dot com, and it is an updated with new great and evidence in it. But but the bottom line is under the leadership of people like rod Rosenstein and James Comey and others at the department of Justice and the American should be frightened. They should be frightens that the limitless power of the federal government can come after you and willing you personally and financially. Even though you have done nothing wrong. Just ask General Michael Flynn told the truth and was prosecuted for lying that is that the thuggish tactics of federal prosecutors ships lighten every American to their core. In the sixty seconds. We have left. I'm gonna ask you the question that I get us everywhere when I travel the country giving speeches are any of these people going to jail, Greg. I'm optimistic that William bar wants sworn in as the new attorney general will treat the law. Equitably? Nobody's above the law. If the law enforcers became the lawbreakers, I'm confident that bar will gather together the evidence and take action. If that means appointing another special council or simply presenting the evidence to a federal grand jury. Let them decide there is plenty of evidence of Wong doing on the part of the people I've identified and who were in my book the Russia hoax. Well, you heard it here not only is it one of the best selling books in America right now, the paperback will be outlawed entirely, and it will be updated along with Dan Bongino book and the work of syrup Colorado colleague at FOX, this is the ground truth of what is going on. That is Greg Jarrett follow him on Twitter. And remember this is about. About whether or not lady Justice was a blindfold I'll be taking your calls next. But before we do that. I have a question for you might be listening. What's the one thing that you no longer do that? You wish you could do you miss playing golf walks with your spouse sleeping through the night..
"greg russia" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The Bob Siegel show where we never changed the subject and evenings at six on the answer, San Diego FM ninety six point five AM, eleven seventy dancer. You are listening to America. First with me, Sebastian Gorka, and our guest is none other than Greg Jarrett. Follow him on Twitter at Greg Jarrett. Double double double. And now we're going to move from the powers the president has in times of national emergency. To a two year long farrago the Russia hoax, which is a great title for a book. Greg Russia hoax. We should we should write a book called you done it. Sorry Russia hoax. I don't know. If it's still number one. It's been number one for months, and months and months, you judge Janine have been swapping each other out. You also just written an article on rod Rosenstein, and his massive conflicts of interest to tell us why somebody who is a witness shouldn't be in charge of an investigation or does that seem like too much common sense? Oh, it's it's a violation of the code of professional responsibility and federal regulations that govern the department of Justice and Rosenstein ignored it with intensity. He volunteered to offer to offer. The memo advocating the termination of James coming when the president abide abide fired Comey. The memo became public Rosenstein began to get heat over at any gotta angry about it. So that's when horny to the New York Times he proposed wearing a wire to secretly record the president and recruited cabinet members to try to depose the president under the twenty fifth amendment, which is a severe abuse of power and the amendment itself. So, you know, Rosenstein, not only acted in that way, but having authored the memo he was interviewed as a witness by the special counsel. And yet he insists on presiding over the very case in which he is a key witness. I mean, you can't think of more agree just conflicts of interest than rod Rosenstein. And apparently, he'll be stepping down imminently. When the new attorney general get sworn in. But hopefully, he won't get away Scot free with what what he's done in the last few minutes. For the average citizen who doesn't live in the swamp who believes he'll never be the subject of a grand jury investigation. What do they still need to know? What's the one? Most disturbing thing about this whole Russia hoax. They still need to buy your book. But what do they need to know? Greg. Well, the by the way, the paperback version of the book Russia hoax comes out a month from now, you can order it on Amazon dot com, and it is an updated with new great and evidence in it. But but the bottom line is under the leadership of people like rod Rosenstein and James Comey and others at the department of Justice and the FBI should be frightened. They should be frightens that the limitless power of the federal government can come after you and willing you personally and financially. Even though you have done nothing wrong. Just ask General Michael Flynn who told the truth and was prosecuted for lying that is the thuggish tactics of federal prosecutors, and it's you frighten every American to their core. In the sixty seconds. We have left. I'm gonna ask you the question that I get us every way when I travel the country giving speeches or any of these people going to jail, Greg. I'm optimistic that William bar wants sworn in as the new attorney general will treat the law. Equitably? Nobody's above the law. If the law enforcers became the lawbreakers, I'm confident that bar will gather together the evidence and take action. If that means appointing another special council or simply presenting the evidence to a federal grand jury. Let them decide there is plenty of evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the people I've identified and who were in my book the Russia hoax. Well, you heard it here not only is it one of the best selling books in America right now. The paperback will be out momentarily, and it will be updated along with Dan Bongino book and the work of Sarah, Colorado colleague at FOX, this is the ground truth of what is going on. That is Greg Jarrett follow him on Twitter. And remember this is about. Whether or not lady Justice wears a blindfold, I'll be taking your calls next. But before we do that. I have a question for you. My dear listener. What's the one thing that you no longer do that? You wish you could do you miss playing golf walks.
"greg russia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
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