17 Burst results for "Greg Talk"

"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

"Attack this single building fire that broke out around noon yesterday mindboggling my modeling and now they're all extremely nice people that's witness Barbara Greg talking about the workers and business owners displaced by the fire completely destroyed were law is slow restaurant super cuts kitchen and things and the former Coleman jewelers now octo designs for a big bowl restaurant also suffered smoke and water damage everyone inside all businesses got out safely only one firefighter was hospitalized that was just for minor injuries that's very good news considering at the height one hundred fifty firefighters were on scene in Ballard Corwin Hey call more news and a go fund me page in support of the damaged Ballard businesses has already raised over ninety three hundred dollars established by the Ballard alliance that fundraising page says local small businesses are the backbone of the Ballard neighborhood in the loss is felt by the Ballard community the efforts it hopes to raise twenty five thousand dollars eventually police in gig harbour asking for help to solve an assault against a woman while she was jogging it happen on the Cushman trail early Sunday morning she was approached from behind and grow there's a lady from a predator in our community we want to identify that person we want to solve this crime the woman was able to turn around and get a good look at her attacker before running home to call police he was said to be in his thirties stood about six feet tall and had an average build I would think this is like the most safest area to be the most of the time we see crimes like this are rare indeed harbor encourage walkers and runners to be in pairs or stay in a group if possible Kerry something to communicate with like a cell phone and always be aware of your surroundings something posters friend carries with her all the time she doesn't plan to be back into the woman's attacker is caught in is usually quite a few people I noticed today that worries me people in the garbage to bicker police in the eager all harbor are helping for your are asking for your help in is a sketch of the suspect you can find that at komo news dot com a large tree fell on a house in Lakewood yesterday and this young mother was inside if I had just been a couple feet over like I would've been hit by debris from the house and you know my daughter could have been hit so I just feel like I was watching over us the tree about a hundred feet tall three feet in diameter people concerned about someone they love caught up in opioid addiction can now print out a stating the locks on prescription on the Washington department of health website that's the overdose reversal drug couples calling Johnson with more statewide standing order to dispense the locks on can be printed out and taken to a pharmacy instead of having to go to a health care provider to get a prescription Washington state department of health also has a list of organizations who use the order though some pharmacies are providing it without a prescription Brad find good with Seattle king county public health go to stop overdosed on org they'll be pointed to a pharmacy to pharmacy that they can okay no lock on and many insurances cover at with very little to no out of pocket something else they have now at the needle exchanges are phenyl test strips drug residues dissolved.

"greg talk" Discussed on Maybe It's You

Maybe It's You

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"greg talk" Discussed on Maybe It's You

"I mean, most people listen to podcasts are like this is the ninety ninth time. Greg talked about that. So anyway, we did the show law stories super short sketch fest, I between acts said, oh, one of the acts had gone up been played some songs that he wrote that were terrible. When he was a little boy, then they were Mattamy link is his name is very talented and very very funny Instagram. He's amazing. He's amazing. Yeah. So I said, oh, Tommy, listen. Here's two songs. I said to him. I said here's two songs. I wrote I go I only into songs. And they were not very good. And they both go to the same place. They start off to be about love. And then I'm mmediately there's murder or death right in them. So I did the I did this one call you made me cry which is very you hear that is not a good song. And then I wrote this other one called it's tombstone and the first lyric is one skull to skull three in a basket. My girlfriend lives in a casket immediately. The audience started clapping and people liked it and the band joined in all, but it was I said, and I was like witnesses, and I'm just this isn't meant to be a song. And that everybody wanted to play it. And I'm like we're running on a time. I can't I can't take up more time doing this right in that moment. Something that I wasn't trying. I wasn't trying to make anything happen. I was just trying to tie show. Tommy, right. I was I was flirting back with him. If you will he'd done this really great thing, and I wanted to go. Hey, look at me. I look at this thing, I'm gonna show you this. And that to me is you know, we go on the today show. It's one of the only times where I mean today's podcast where we just flow. We just go you talk. I was I yesterday. I started. I watched this on thing. I didn't quite get out. We'd plan. What the first sentence was going to be with the first thing. We're going to say I started to say I wasn't saying it right something I changed. And I glanced over you. And then you just dove right in. And it just boom we didn't. We just have that thing of like flow. We were there to put out information. That was helpful to people. We were there for another reason. I wasn't there. It's not like either of us go on there. Once we did this. We're gonna be famous. And yet it was more impactful than any TV show appearance you and I have probably done in the last I don't know five six years ago. Yeah. Right. Shows the TV's still can. But the thing is, but the reward nobody was us. I've done things then thing is the reward is the experience and just being a good year. That's that. That's right that that's right. That's right. And that's that's the habit that I'm trying to now create. Not with. I should I should get a big bang out of this experience. Because it was listen easy. Three ward is just I got have that we didn't even bother. Neither of looked at our phones for we left. The studio did not look at our phones for valid. We didn't we just went about our lives is nothing had happened. And then we were driving out and you finally go. Did you look at your Email? And they're like, oh, it's like the book is up to forty five will hell, I don't even got there when it came out like, yeah. It was and we had gone on there too. Yeah. No, you're right. You're right. It's just having our producer is inviting. For on our show today. You're very wise. Well, you know, it's it's it's not an Piff any it just is that thing where. I I like how I feel when I'm just looking to bettering myself as the reward not anything else not any other result not feedback from somebody else not response from anything else. And and and so I'm I'm I'm going with it all literally came from the sparking joy of watching episode of the the Marie condo show and going through my drawers and going through my closet and having that kind of thing of the scarcity mentality and wanting to make new habits for myself because I.

Tommy Greg murder Piff producer five six years
"greg talk" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hear Greg's conversation with him later in the show. I Greg talks to Jeff Nesbit. Former communications director for vice president Dan Quayle and currently executive director of climate nexus a communications organization trying to get the climate story covered. More prominently in the mainstream news media. His new book is this is the way the world ends had droughts. And die-offs heats in hurricanes are converging on America. Jeff Nesbit welcomed the climate. Thanks for having me thirty years ago. Jim Hansen testified before congress climate got onto the front page of the New York Times for the first time later that year in the presidential election. Climate was an issue. I'd like to play a clip from vice presidential debate in which Dan Quayle and Lloyd Bentsen were asked a question by Jon Margolis of the Chicago Tribune, Jon Margolis, a question for Senator Bentsen Senator we've all just finished most America has just finished one of the hottest summers. It can remember. And apparently this year will be the fifth that of the last nine that are among the hottest on record. No one knows. But most scientists think that something we're doing human beings are doing are exacerbating this problem and that this could in a couple of generations threaten our descendants comfort and health and perhaps even their existence as vice president. What would you words our government to do to deal with this problem? And specifically as Texan could you support a substantial reduction in use? A fossil fuels which might be necessary down the road. Well, I think what you can do in that one. And which would be very helpful to us a lot more Nashville gas, which burns a lot cleaner. But the greenhouse effect is one that has to be a threat to all of us, and we have to look for alternative sources of two and I've supported that very strongly. Now,.

Jeff Nesbit Dan Quayle vice president Greg Jon Margolis America Senator Bentsen executive director director Nashville Senator Jim Hansen Chicago Tribune Lloyd Bentsen New York Times congress thirty years
"greg talk" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Most rather than fans you and Greg talked a lot about your mount Rushmore of wrestling. I won't even go into Greg's delusional views. He says, but lately I've been thinking about something a little more niche. Who is on the, he'll mount Rushmore. He then writes a lot. It's a pretty long Email, but he skip ahead for me. The first three names came quickly flair piper and triple h three era. Defining heels who when at their peak had zero redeeming qualities, I wanted nothing more than to see each what they deserve. But the fourth name is harder thought about classic. Jake, the snake teddy Biaz Nikolai Volkov and I thought Nikolai Volkov yet your mind, and then all right p. r. I p. icon. I love you, but no stop. And I thought about more recent event, heels grandeur Nej, but be honest, the only name that feels right is the MS. I'm going to skip ahead here and just say, stay made Mike. Great question. Mike, I hate to be this guy and pull a Greg year. Okay. Greg, who did you pull out? Luther says, who was the name? You randomly pulled out. Done with great pulled out Harley, race got anyways. I was gonna complain my memory. Do you ever have periods where your memories terrible, or is there something wrong with me? No, it's not just you. It's it's I can cop to that as well. I, it's been like two weeks though. I don't. I'm not getting enough sleep. I feel physically fine and large, but I just let continually like coming up with names and stuff. It's all just been really hard last couple of weeks driving nuts who you thinking of and who's the guy. Oh, I know I'm thinking of. I just couldn't remember the fact that I said Luther has not Harley raise. Oh yeah, we forgive you. That's. Who I'm thinking of to be very Greg. Like in this though, I because of how mainstream this person was and how known they were to be back. Let me get everything where you're going to say gorgeous George, aren't you that that's exactly right. Greg, I'm going to say gorgeous George. And these are right, you'd be right. He definitely deserves to be up there. He defined a heel for so many future yields that. I think you have to keep gorgeous George there besides that. Love flair. Love piper. Listen, triple h, they're good choice to. Yeah, I feel like AAA better choice than flair at piper, to be honest better than flair. Yeah. Where flare literally made money for every territory in the country. Getting beat up by their baby face or or or sneaking by their babies give. But while flowers wear while flow was doing flair was the guy that people like loved to hate. So like there was that element to his heal them to like. Even after a while, like, you know, flare just became beloved. And even though he was playing the, he'll he was just like this beloved dude, but like triple h had the hate from the character standpoint and the personal standpoint. Like nuclear on both sides. I don't agree though. Greg. It's so much later that flair started getting loved nine. I wouldn't say like as early as when he went back to w. w w w ninety two. He was like that's late. He's great. That's that's sixteen years. Active seven. That's a long time. Well, you know what? It feels it feels early because I was was seven, eight years old and didn't stop. He didn't just he's still trying to go. It's not my fault. No, listen. So I..

Greg Luther George mount Rushmore Nikolai Volkov wrestling Mike Nej Jake Harley sixteen years eight years two weeks
"greg talk" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"A mind, bending story, full of death and murder. You're also a fan of the similarity. Similarly, blood splattered dialogue oriented Danghan rob a franchise. Of course, Greg talking on Allegra. If you're a PlayStation vita fan, I know you know, all these things, it's only fitting that their creators Kazutaka Kodaka and Kotaro Yuji Koshi of Dinger up and zero escape perspectively. I'm terrible Japanese names. It makes have joined up to form their own indie studio to Cayo. Games was revealed as part of a Famitsu magazine livestream earlier today during which the seven-member team introduced what currently has in production. There are four projects in the works at two games, kind of like Tokyo, but an extra games, this far, many of which resemble the dark anime sil- of dang and rob and zero escape. One game will be led by quota and it would no Lucia Kashi and itchy this, the pressure like it's throwbacks to Spanish and French class when you're up in front of the class, trying something. And it's the highest priority at the studio right now. It's not clear what the game will be about, but expect several teens entangled with miss murderous spirits in a fantasy world. Sounds right up there. Ali congrats them. I know huge number of best friends love hanging around and loves your escapes. That's cool to kill to kill, to kill to kill. You pronounce everything about it. And that's that's why job I did live in Japan for a year. What was that about? Why did you? I lived in Japan. I worked at Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland accuster. This. You a singer there. Okay. I was I was peer. The leader of Mickey's adventure land, mardi gras and then I was a beat boxer in St. misfire acapella group. That's awesome for awhile. Yes. Pay the bills for about six years of my life. Holy crap. Really my Capella group. We won star search, and then I didn't off Broadway show that was completely Capello, which got me my first actual legit, theatrical witness that sort intern, like how old are us this? I feel for a and everybody. Three. Okay. Like twenty three the time. Okay. Okay. Yeah, I got a show called altar boys and that that led me getting an agent and getting Friday night lights and then never looked back. How old were you afraid. I was about twenty five playing a seventeen nobody. Whereas when I don't worry about it, Spiderman movies, right? Kevin token, the wire, it's perfect told me McGuire looks perfect, high school student who's a kid. It was like my son. No, he's not man. He's a full grown man laying there without a Spiderman. Anyways, I digress. Scott. I'm excited to see what two games is going to be up to give me so long till we get whatever the games actually going to be. If I wanted to know what came to the digital mom and shot group shops today, where would I go the official list of upcoming software across each and every platform as listed by the kind of funny games daily show hosts each and every weekday. Yes. Thanks for being there Kevin. I'm gonna miss you out today. I'm gonna lender. Remember our last show for me for a long time monk Nak can't do that today. Project cars to the Ferrari essentials pack. Boundless, I'm PlayStation four clause, a furry on PlayStation for NBA two k. nineteen. I'm PlayStation four Xbox One which an PC nefarious on PlayStation for super street. The game on PlayStation four.

Kevin token Tokyo Japan Kotaro Yuji Koshi Famitsu Kazutaka Kodaka murder Allegra Lucia Kashi Greg NBA Cayo Capello Scott Ali Mickey Nak Disneyland intern
"greg talk" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Greg talk you love your work on it out of the ring thank you very professional abc's helping you out i just wanna talk a little less about lebron the war about the trailblazers they're all firemen no there's not a bunch of people told her about the pl you've been a lifelong blazers fan yes sir we want back in seventy seven two years old so we're doing man we're fire man we did bring on all the ts man even agree on the raptors for the championship we're ready man you guys are sitting third there and and you look good i mean i gotta say you looking good there in the west we'll see we'll see what happens at thanks for calling tony on down the hatches portland a lot of wind in the background he's he's busy he's actually obviously he's he bombing of carver motorcycle what's he might be the side sidecar troublemaker that's getting a little listening to yesterday's da show just for the joy the second time gets me excited twenty basically point about the about portland you don't have that polarizing guy on the blazes that that's the thing well they do get stuck in playing so late and all of our west coast attention ends up being on the warriors whether they're rolling people right now battling with three and a half stars out of their starting lineup and i get what he's coming i get where he's coming from here i think damian lillard should be talked about not actually voted the mvp he's having a stellar seasons so jordan clarkson now is crazy.

abc raptors portland damian lillard mvp Greg lebron blazers tony jordan clarkson seventy seven two years
"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

"Yes two two three drouin victoria the due to me what a spurs like fractured through his signature moment an interview from richard sherman sevenseason zaza see that of course from the two thousand and thirteen nfc championship game against the forty nine ers the seahawks releasing sherman in a cost cutting post injury move to tell us more about a we say a little greg bell covers the hawks for the news tribune in tacoma certainly no surprise but greg talk about of the significance of this move today and what it means for this franchise tom you're right no surprise i had expected but one of the more significant moves in seattle sports history and the very apt to cook you just play one of a second complaint in seattle sports is probably eggers double in two months kept it gets the seahawks to the super bowl it's an end of an air for sure said that he had the best five years experiments career from the first full season he started in two thousand twelve until through two thousand sixteen and then he has a torn achilles in two thousand seventy those five years of the best fighters and seattle's history by straight playoffs to super bowl first super bowl championship for the franchise three all plus three consecutive all crowe selection four pro bowl so when shannon was his fastest yachts we'd have bested other thin that's how important he was to that team met defense in that teniente that's greg bill he covers the seahawks for the news tribune in tacoma and that's a komo extra stay connected stay informed who your money had twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now sapporo pell insurance money and business update here at call from abc news wall street weekend jobs and tariffs that we should with the two focuses this we can business after a lot of back and forth including a letter that was signed by more than a hundred gop lawmakers urging him not to president trump signed into effect sweeping tariffs on imported steel and aluminum he did make a major change their saying four now canada and.

trump president gop sapporo pell komo crowe greg nfc richard sherman canada greg bell greg bill shannon seattle seahawks eggers tacoma
"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

"Two two let me read your daughter editor to me what it's like thirds signature moment and the interview from richard sherman seven seasons as a seahawk that of course from the two thousand and thirteen nfc championship game against the forty nine ers the seahawks releasing sherman in a cost cutting post injury move to tell us more about a we say a little greg bell covers the hawks for the news tribune in tacoma certainly no surprise but greg talk about the significance of this move today and what it means for this franchise tom you're right no surprise as expected but one of the more significant moves in seattle sports history and the very apt to quote you just play one of the second could play seattle sports it's probably edry's double in two months tip be get the seahawks to the super bowl uh it's an end up in there for sure he had the best five years experiments career from the first full season he started in two thousand twelve until three two thousand sixteen and then he had the twenty achilles in two thousand seventy those five years of the best five years and seattle's history five straight playoffs to super bowl first super bowl championship for the franchise three all plus three consecutive all close elections four pro bowl so when shannon was his fastest yachts have best they'd other thin that's how important he was to that team that defense in that team that's correct bill he covers the seahawks for the news tribune in tacoma and that's a komo extra stay connected stay informed that komal news one thousand fm ninety seven two seven km komonewscomfire one eight at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news.

editor richard sherman greg bell tacoma seahawks seattle shannon nfc komo five years ninety seven two seven km two months
"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KOMO

"Three drew away honey what is our signature moment and interview from richard sherman seven seasons as his eeoc that of course from the two thousand and thirteen nfc championship game against the forty nine ers today the seahawks releasing sherman in a cost cutting post injury moving to tell us more about it we say a little greg bell covers the hawks for the news tribune into tacoma certainly no surprise but greg talk about the significance of this move today and what it means for this franchise but you're right no surprise as expected but one of the more significant moves in seattle sports history and the very apt cooked you just play one of the second report seattle sports is probably eggers double in two months care it gets the seahawks to the super bowl uh it's an end of an era for sure he had the best five years experiments career from the first full season you started in two thousand twelve until through two thousand sixteen and then he has a torn achilles in two thousand seventeen those five years with the best five years in seattle history by straight playoffs to super bowl first super bowl championship for the franchise three all three consecutive all postelection four probowl so when sharon was his best the seahawks we their best they that with them that's important he he was to that team that defense me on that team eleven million dollars in salary their saving this year now there's a chance that there will be a little less than eleven million buffet wait on the injured and a half you could have been injuries settlement but no doubt this is a costsaving move for team that beat salary cap space and he had the second highest contract space pay here in two thousand eighteen on a team second only to russell wilson they weren't gonna cut russell wilson so this is money they have to have to increase the rest of their team but it took gaping hole at one of the beat behind quarterback the most difficult position to plan sports reality is all that matters millennia ask you a hypothetical with that disclaimer is not to the achilles injury would richard sherman still be part of this team.

richard sherman seahawks greg bell tacoma eggers sharon russell wilson nfc seattle five years eleven million dollars two months
"greg talk" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"The guides excuse me outcast 212 i did read albouy coming out on switch because greg talked about how he's playing albouy wargames catherine but he does say it was supposed to release on ps4 today as well but the developer has changed the ps4 released two tb a at the last minute of it it's a great metric videogame they got great scores when in originally released on peaceful in the point announce which i'll tell you so charles jay says the illinois event is the 20th a february through march 15th own hasn't begun yet my i'll rates out of it ended of the 20th i also thought that it was right now how good job direction that's what we need here all right um well you know which one from rockville both one wong dish oh okay you leonard talent we are the when you're on the airship yeah some say it through the lens judy knew partying ignacio haas your point is not lost on me that i have a problem hunting monsters in a game called monster hunter it's the fact that they name some of the smaller creatures in the world monsters when they're clearly not monsters they're just the real thing about it is you're getting hung up that you need the horn you take the horn you're getting other stuff out of him getting bones and what not right yeah you yet hide you're not using every part of this i'm unaware i'm aware listen i i haven't stopped playing the game so clearly died last add to go play rambo six each and i have no regrets.

greg developer rockville judy charles jay illinois two tb
"greg talk" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"That the i g as well as others have information that whistle blowers have gone to the ig andrew reported that uh mccabe actually asked fbi agents to change their 3o to witness interview forms that would be obstruction of justice by any definition because the 300 to interview forms that's a formal interview that the fbi gives to to people that they're investigating or witnesses that they're talking to correct vertucci for example they go in the interview feminine at bay grade with former national security advisor michael flynn and they would do an interview with him and then they would go back and fill out the report they're called three acute accupharm and i'm sure greg has a lot of information on the legality of these things but they fill them out and according to the sources that i've spoken with the allegation is is that mccabe in france or made some suggestions kick changing the 300 to which whistle blowers dead reported to the ig and that would be very significant because that weighed either a leave and i'm not a legal expert hero let greg talk about that be some type of obstruction in an investigation let's talk about the legality of what we're talking about here um and i actually think the white house to smart but i mean the president's first day to the union addresses coming this folk came out a committee yesterday somewhere around six thirty seven o'clock eastern the president has five days to go over the memo that was put out by the house intel committee and then from there he will make a decision saying that he wants to be as transparent as possible um but let's talk about the specifically what sarah's mentioning here yet to treat trio to forms uh if those were altered that to obstruction of justice under the obstruction statute uh you have to be able to prove that it was a corrupt act well they're only five kinds of obstruct uh corrupt acts ally a threat a bribe hiding evidence or and this is the most important one uh destroying or allterrain doc q minutes so 300 touts were all true.

mccabe fbi michael flynn greg france president house intel committee sarah andrew advisor five days
"greg talk" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Contributor welcome both of you to the program uh you broke a lot of news yesterday sarah let's go back to that end and talk about the legality of all those were greg jarrett so i i've been of course you know we've been working at the reasons why india mckay may have left earlier than was expected he was supposed to retire actually in march that was announced in december what we know is that fbi director ray went to view the face a memo on sunday this past sunday and monday morning uh mccabe was out so the deputy director than immediately whiz i was told by sources asked to resign earlier than march and he left uh it's interesting sean uh director former fbi director colmey tweeted out today uh about me cave and i said uh mccabe held his head up high although small people quote unquote you know we're trying to take him down but but but this is no small subject this is about extensive fisek abuse and according to sources that i've spoken with and remember these are just allegations so far we're still trying to verify all of these pieces that the i g as well as others have information that whistle blowers have gone to the ig andrew reported that mccabe actually asked fbi agents to change their 300 to witness interview forms that would be obstruction of justice by any definition because the 300 to interview forms that's a formal interview that the fbi gives two two people that they're investigating or witnesses that they're talking to correct burden for example be going interview come on and the former national security advisor michael flynn and they would sit down do an interview with him and then they would go back and fill out these reports there called 300 to forms and i'm sure greg has a lot of information on the we galaxy of these things but they fill them out and according to the sources that i've spoken with the allegation is is that mccabe inference or meet some suggestions to changing the 300 to which whistle blowers then reported to the ig and that would be very significant because that would i believe and i'm not a legal expert hero let greg talk about that.

greg jarrett fbi ray mccabe deputy director colmey michael flynn sarah let india mckay director andrew advisor
"greg talk" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Contributor welcome both of you to the program uh you broke a lot of news yesterday sarah let's go back to that end and talk about the legality of all those were greg jarrett so i i've been of course you know we've been working at the reasons why india mckay may have left earlier than was expected he was supposed to retire actually in march that was announced in december what we know is that fbi director ray went to view the face a memo on sunday this past sunday and monday morning uh mccabe was out so the deputy director than immediately whiz i was told by sources asked to resign earlier than march and he left uh it's interesting sean uh director former fbi director colmey tweeted out today uh about me cave and i said uh mccabe held his head up high although small people quote unquote you know we're trying to take him down but but but this is no small subject this is about extensive fisek abuse and according to sources that i've spoken with and remember these are just allegations so far we're still trying to verify all of these pieces that the i g as well as others have information that whistle blowers have gone to the ig andrew reported that mccabe actually asked fbi agents to change their 300 to witness interview forms that would be obstruction of justice by any definition because the 300 to interview forms that's a formal interview that the fbi gives two two people that they're investigating or witnesses that they're talking to correct burden for example be going interview come on and the former national security advisor michael flynn and they would sit down do an interview with him and then they would go back and fill out these reports there called 300 to forms and i'm sure greg has a lot of information on the we galaxy of these things but they fill them out and according to the sources that i've spoken with the allegation is is that mccabe inference or meet some suggestions to changing the 300 to which whistle blowers then reported to the ig and that would be very significant because that would i believe and i'm not a legal expert hero let greg talk about that.

greg jarrett fbi ray mccabe deputy director colmey michael flynn sarah let india mckay director andrew advisor
"greg talk" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on WTVN

"That the i g as well as others have information that whistle blowers have gone to the ig andrew reported that uh mccabe actually asked fbi agents to change their 300 to witness interview forms that would be obstruction of justice by any definition because the 300 to interview forms sets a formal interview that the fbi gives two two people that they're investigating or witnesses that they're talking to correct burden for example going the interview someone as they did with um a former national security advisor michael flynn and they would sit down do an interview with him and then they would go back and fill out these reports there called 300 chew forms and i'm sure greg has a lot of information on the reality of these things but they fill them out andrew according to the sources that i've spoken with the allegation is is that mccabe infringed or made some suggestions kick changing the 300 to which whistle blowers done reported to the ig and that would be very significant because that would i believe and i'm not a legal expert euro let greg talk about that be some type of obstruction in an investigation greg let's talk about the legality what we're talking about your uh the white house to smart but i mean the president's first state of the union addresses coming this folk came out a committee yesterday somewhere around six thirty seven o'clock eastern the president has five days to go over the memo that was put out by the house intel committee and then from there he will make a decision saying that he wants to be as transparent as possible um but let's talk about the specifically what sarah's mentioning here yet to treat trio to form uh if does were altered that obstruction of justice under the obstruction statute uh you have to be able to approve it it was a corrupt act will they're only five kinds of obstruct uh corrupt acts ally threat a bribe hiding evidence or and this is the most important one uh destroying or altering documents three of touts were all true to misrepresent the.

mccabe fbi michael flynn greg president house intel committee sarah andrew advisor five days
"greg talk" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KKAT

"Six six ninety red eye i'm gary mcnamara long their harley this outlook for freightliner run smart helping you run more efficiently as freightliner's number one goal uh so i just i when when you when you add that the talk about uh you know the the bias of of tv shows and everything else that everything has an agenda it's funny because i take the other night the carol burnett fiftieth anniversary oh yeah oh on pbs so when it comes on an i taped and i put it on yesterday just to watch it well first off i know i'm getting old when i would prefer watching carol burnett over even the promos for the show but as a tnt or tbs dropped the mic mia which is like adlib lap at each other or whatever and it's just i've said the same but these promotional mentions are boring and stupid certain i'm thinking to myself i prefer carol burnett over this i am getting old apparently uh but uh stephen colbert let it off and immediately i went at agenda and there wasn't any agenda during the whole thing but it's the fact that were so sensitive to it right that saw kabariti mike agenda and then when she started the show you know she did it'd be even fifty years like because at the show began fifty years ago uh uh you know that she did the thickness used to do at the beginning the show were she'd ask questions from the audience ryan and the first person she asked a question to was tom selleck and i went okay maybe not an agenda but had and there was no agenda during the entire show it was just the fact that that's how the mind has been trained to thank because so much of what we see on tv is agenda driven greg talk radio with a polls more red eye radio next eight sixty kkat news now firefighters battling serve rural major wildfires worn crossed southern california say windsor easing off giving them a.

gary mcnamara freightliner carol burnett ryan tom selleck california stephen colbert fifty years
"greg talk" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on KKAT

"Under amac prolonged their harley the sat will for freightliner run smart helping you run more efficiently as freightliner's number one goal uh so i just i've when when you when you add did did talk about uh you know the the bias of of tv shows and everything else that everything has an agenda it's funny because i take the other night the carol burnett fiftieth anniversary oh yeah oh on pbs mmhmm so when it comes on and i take the night put it on yesterday just to watch it well first off i know i'm getting old when i would prefer watching carol burnett over even the promos for the show what does it tnt or tbs dropped the mic nia which is like adlib lap at each other or whatever and it's just after the same with these promotional mentions are boring and stupid and i'm thinking to myself i prefer carol burnett over this i am getting old apparently uh but uh stephen colbert let it off and immediately i went at agenda and there wasn't any agenda during the whole thing but it's the fact that were so sensitive to it right thus october and i'm like oh agenda and then when she started the show you know she did it'd be even fifty years like because at the show began fifty years ago uh uh you know that she did the thing is used to do at the beginning the show were she'd ask questions from the audience right and the first person she asked a question to was tom celic and i went okay maybe not an agenda moving ahead and there was no gender during the entire show it was just the fact that that's how the mind has been trained to think because so much of what we see on tv his agenda driven greg talk radio with a polls more red eye.

carol burnett stephen colbert tom celic fifty years
"greg talk" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"greg talk" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Or go to www aimak it's amac dot u s two nuts standing organization were proud i am as a sponsor all right as were coming to the closing the pro went very quickly i thought i like do you think i enjoy having to call out the president from my perspective our our press battle enjoyed for one second on the other hand we have to have integrity right we have to be true to ourselves and so that's what we're doing and that who we are and i think that's why you're in the audience in the blessed to have you all right let's go to mike independence missouri the great kcnr go our markelle greg talk to the great one thank you can we talked about how he didn't have to make a deal with the democrat but i forget what have you had to make a deal with the democrats on her king the democrat to become the party of bite victims why would they ever voted gift money for actual victims of natural disasters but i would vote give done the money fort i mean it just any if if did i agree with you i in fact and politically i don't think they would have done that is i i don't think they would have passed on it in fact they probably would have tried to raise above what what trump was i would have been proposing but we don't know they didn't try yeah that's what drives me nuts wave everybody telling us what he could have done maybe was doing this he was playing a you know a a chance at a level i we checkers players don't understand why didn't he just try a clean bill get it through push it higher while you don't know that he did i know he did because nobody said he did for exactly a looked organised chance duck held career i could you check made himself all the time i don't i don't see this gas put put yourself and checkmate listen congress has on his is worthy of our blame in our content they really are and they are quite progress but the president is the president he is the bully pulpit why is it that when they of the presidency they control everything or any or either for the senate for that.

president congress bully pulpit senate missouri greg one second