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On the Night of February 2nd, 1959, Something Terrible Happened...
"Of history's greatest mysteries is the 1959 Dyatlov Pass incident, which cost the lives of nine cross -country skiers. Today a variety of theories are put forth, including monstrous snowmen, UFOs, covert Soviet military experiments, scientific concepts, and even an avalanche. Everyone gets a chance to suggest a solution and everyone gets a chance to be incorrect. They can all agree simply that on that night of February 2nd, 1959, something terrible happened. To recap, an intended 200 -mile expedition through the Ural Mountains in the old Soviet Union gave way to the tragedy. The party of seasoned hikers, including a 37 -year -old instructor and nine students in their 20 seconds from the Ural Polytechnic Institute, was led by 23 -year -old Igor Dyatlov who handpicked a team of nine other experienced hikers and outdoorsmen to accompany him. The only women were Lyudmila Dubinina, 20, and Zineda Kolmogorova, 22. Lyudmila majored in finance, whereas Zineda studied radio engineering. Yuri Doroshenko, 21, and Yuri Yudin, 22, were both economics students. Nuclear physics student Alexander Kolvetov was 24 years old. 23 -year -old engineering students Yuri Krivonashenko, Rustin Slobodin, and Nicholas Thaibakse Brignol joined in lastly. Simon Zolotaryov, a sports instructor and World War II veteran who was 38 years old. On January 23rd, 1959, the group set out on their expedition. One student had to return home early owing to illness, while the others continued their walk to Kalatsyaks, where they would camp out for the night. Igor Dyatlov had previously agreed to inform the UPI Sports Club as soon as his team arrived at their base without incident on or about February 12th. No one was initially worried when they didn't arrive back on schedule.
Haula leads Devils past Rangers 4-0 for 3-2 series lead
"The devil's on a three two lead in their first round series after beating the rangers for the third straight time, four zero. Akira Schmidt made 13 of his 23 saves in the second period, securing his first career playoff shutout. The boys have been playing phenomenal in front of me. Not a lot of work for me. You know, I can catch good boys enough. I've got it. Schmidt was backed by Eric holla, who had two goals that are insist. Dawson Mercer had a goal and an assist for the Devils who closed out the game by out shooting the blue shirts 18 to the third period. Igor shishkin stopped 37 shots for the rangers. Who will host game 6 on Saturday? I'm Dave ferry.
Kreider scores 2 more, Rangers open 2-0 lead on Devils
"Chris kreider scored two power play goals in the rangers, took a two games to none lead in their first round series by whipping the devil's 5 one. Crowder got his goal, so about 6 minutes apart in the second period, putting the blue shirts that had three one. Vladimir tarasenko, Patrick Kane and capo caco also scored for New York, which trail going into the second period. Igor shishkin stopped 22 shots and was perfect after Eric hala beat him on a power play midway through the first period. Game three is Saturday in Manhattan. I'm Dave ferry.
Lafrenière and Kakko score, Rangers beat Capitals 5-2
"The rangers have reached 100 points and remain in contention for the metropolitan division title following a 5 two win over the capitals. The blue shirts weren't threatened after candor Miller and Alexei lafraniere scored two O two apart in the first period and Miller liked their start. From the first 20 minutes of that first period, I think it's pretty hard to stop us. Capo caco made it three zero in the second period and Vladimir tarasenko and Micah's abandoned tallied in the third. Our temi perner and collected three assists in the relatively easy win. Igor shishkin had pockets of activity while stopping 26 shots. The capitals fell to 500. Dave ferry, Washington.
Fox ends scoring drought as Rangers clip Hurricanes 2-1
"Adam Fox finally scored a goal and pushing the rangers past the hurricanes two to one. Fox had gone 24 straight games without a goal before netting the game winner four O one into the third period. They're in first place in our division for a reason. They play hard. They play a structured game, but we got our chances and capitalized on it and I thought we battled real hard today. Our temi Panera and also scored and assisted on the game winners, the blue shirts earned a split of their two game set with Carolina. Mika's advantage had set up both rangers goals and Igor shishkin stopped 29 shots. The night wasn't a total loss for the canes, who clinched their 5th straight playoff birth when the Panthers lost in regulation. I'm Dave ferry
Rangers crush Penguins
"6 rangers collected at least two points in a 6 zero drubbing of the penguins. Rangers head coach Gerard gallant. We Billy Joe chances and that was the difference in the game. They played a pretty good game overall. I mean, hard to say that when a 6 nothing, but they had probably more chances than us and we just happened to bury our chances every time. Mika's sabana jet had a goal and two assists, and our temi Panera scored twice as the rangers beat the pens for the second time in three days. Igor shishkin made 34 saves in his second shout out of the season at 5th straight win. The loss leaves the penguins just one point ahead of Florida for the final Easter conference wild card birth. I'm Dave ferry.
Panarin scores in OT, Rangers beat Sabres 2-1
"Artemy Panera and scored the game winner as the rangers beat the sabers to one and overtime. Rangers head coach Gerard gallant says Igor sterk and keyed the win. Jessie was the key in the hockey game in a different he was outstanding tonight and that's a good sign. Panera and converted to blocked shot into a power play goal, two O two into the extra session. Patrick Kane also scored for the second time in four games since being acquired by New York from Chicago. You should stop 32 shots as the blue shirts one for the fourth time in their last ten games. The Sabres lost for the 6th time in 7 contests as their playoff hopes fade. I'm Dave ferry.
"igor" Discussed on VUX World
"More flowing rather than just a very linear set of steps, which you'll see in a lot of the point solutions that are out there for banking. I think that's really what makes our platform like different. And why it stands out. And when you talk to these small guys, the hardest thing for them to consider is hooking up their core banking platform. Because their core banking platform is at one of these big providers who will barely give them the time of day. To do a project. So the fact that we've already gone in and we've already pre configured all the APIs, we literally just have to get a client secret, a client ID, and another piece of information. And then the bank is able to get up and running and start UAT testing. So it truly, I think, has kind of evolved that it's much faster and much easier. To get these guys started. That's really good. I used to do a lot of work in government organizations. And it was exactly the same in principle, which is that the way that fundamentally the things that different companies do at all is in, isn't it? Every single company that makes cars offers the exact same product and service. Do you want to buy a car or not? And then it's the same thing with government with government. Do you want to apply for your passport, taxi car? Report that your street lamp outside is broken. Whatever it is, it's all the same. And all government bodies all over the world pretty much do the same kind of thing. What's different sometimes is some of the policies could be different. So for example, one local organization might say that if you were to, I don't know, let's say that you were going to arrange for your fridge freezer to be collected for arguments here. You have a refurb, your fridge freezers outside and the front guard and you want to get it picked up. Some companies would say that, okay, you can have your fridge freezer picked up in a cost this much. But you're not allowed to get anything else picked up with it. Other companies might have a policy which says, okay, we'll pick your fridge fees, but also if you've got some down in room chairs that you don't want anymore, put them there as well and we're connected as well. Difference in policy sometimes might mean difference in requirements so to speak. But then what used to happen more than anything else I'll be curious to see if this is the case in your experiences. One company purely out of I suppose Igor or the need to feel as though they've different in some way. Would just not want to adopt the same solution, purely because of that reason. Now we had a big program where we tried to standardize all these processes and different companies would just not take them because they didn't feel as though they'd kind of had ownership over it. And so they wanted to poke around and change things and stuff. I'm not saying that that does a plan.
Tarasenko scores winner in OT, leads Rangers past Flyers 3-2
"Vladimir tarasenko scored two 32 into overtime, giving the rangers a three two win over the flyers. It's very nice to come back from behind and very nice to get a win, but our game should be better. The blue shirts trail two one until Chris kreider scored with 9 27 left in regulation. Mika's abana jet also scored for New York and Igor shish durkin stopped 25 shots in the rangers final game before Patrick Kane makes his team debut on Thursday. Owen tippett and Scott Lawton had the flyers goals and Carter Hart made 22 saves. I'm Dave ferry.
"igor" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"More secure than Bitcoin when 21 million cap is exploited by the Bitcoin company. The best I saw that after these card has to have Christy Lagarde, his girlfriend. Yes. Yes, it has in the background. Bitcoin Becca, I give the memes a zap on nostril. Yes, I like that. Absolutely. What is the next one? Is that all happening? Another spicy one another spicy memes one Niko kicked out of simply Bitcoin just like nah, dude. But I won that fight. Igor. I give those memes, not great, not terrible. Next one. Next one, Bitcoin for Canadians. I give the memes christia Freeland's tight twitchy attitude. I give the memes the central banks shitting themselves over BTC. Oh man, oh man, hammer saw. I give the memes a bald Elon Musk had very nice, very nice. Okay, okay. If you know you know. Think orange, I give the memes. Charlie Munger's secretly doing orange poop. Okay, very nice. Orange. Rave elevator. I give the memes one proof of war speech from Brandon. Very, very nice. Very nice. That's what we got. No, bro, we only stop when there's a buzzer. We only stop when there's no more. There's a buzzer. No, it's because of the buzzer.
"igor" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Right? And so I think it's really important in the next couple of months to gather as many ideas as you can, and go what's feasible what's not, how can we keep it in the time frame we need it to be in whatever that is, but there were a lot of really good ideas I heard of being around there that I was like, they could not a whole lot of change, but they could make that event snappier quicker, faster, more efficient, without a lot of change. And so they've got from now until whenever, when they've really got to start putting the pieces together to look at that. Yeah, and everything you just said is exactly the direction that the league and the players associate intends. On taking in time for next year in Toronto. Headlights, the season presented by Boston pizza, and it makes sense because you are at the Canucks game last night to start with the New York rangers. Heater is the word, right, thanks to Jack Hughes, so any time a team goes on a mini run, it's not a streak anymore array. It's called a heater at the kids like that word heater. Well, the New York rangers are on a heater. That's 6 straight wins. They've scored 31 goals in that span. So that's a pretty nice number. The average of the change, closing in on the New Jersey Devils, in the metropolitan, what do you like about what you're seeing now in the New York rangers? Is it the offense and then some a little bit of everything? What do you see? Well, I'm going to start at the other end of it. The offense is, you know, speaks for itself, but they've got one of the best goalies in the league in Igor shishkin who's had perhaps a smidge of a back step from his otherworldly season last year. He was softened the puck 93 and a half percent of the time last year. .935. I mean ridiculous. So his numbers aren't quite as good this year, but he's one of the game's best. They've got an excellent top four. Lindgren and Fox, trouba and Miller are really, really good. Schneider is going to be a really good player.
Tarasenko thrills crowd with goal in Ranger debut
"Vladimir tarasenko scored in his rangers debut, a 6 three verdict over the kraken. Tarasenko opened the scoring just two 49 into the game. One day after being acquired by New York from St. Louis. And the mixed game for us, but just a good day and a great day. And I'm very excited. Capo caco made it two zero just two 12 later. Capo Ryan lindgren and Vincent roch each provided a goal on an assist to back Igor shishkin, who handled 26 shots in the rangers fourth consecutive win. Oliver Björk's friend had a goal on an assist for the kraken, who went zero and three through the New York area this week.
Kreider, Chytil lead Rangers to 4-3 win over Canucks
"The rangers picked up their third straight win by holding off the Canucks four three. Chris kreider and Filipino scored one 38 apart to put the blue shirts up two zero 8 and a half minutes in. Alexei lafreniere and Micah's advantage, I had also scored an Igor shish turkey stopped 22 shots in New York's 18th win in 25 games since December 5th. Andrew Miller had three assists. One more than Jacob trouba. Conor Garland, Vasily put coals in and helius pedersen scored for the Canucks, who have won just four of their last 17 games. I'm Dave ferry.
"igor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It started from the day we came down the elevator. That was the way former president Donald Trump usually described the FBI's investigation of his campaign's ties to Russia. And former attorney general Bill Barr seemed to concur in that assessment. I think there's a spying did occur. Yes, I think spying did occur. So Barr directed U.S. attorney John Durham to investigate the FBI's investigation. Now, nearly three and a half years and more than $5.8 million later, Durham's investigation has come up empty. He lost the only two cases that went to trial. The second acquittal came on Tuesday when a jury found Igor danchenko, a Russian analyst, not guilty of lying to the FBI about where he got his information for the infamous Steele dossier. Joining me is Eric Larson, Bloomberg legal reporter. Eric tell us about danchenko. Igor ncho is a 44 year old Russian business analyst based in the U.S.. He was hired by the former British spy Christopher Steele, I think a lot of people remember the field dossier. That was really at the center of this trial because Igor danchenko was the main source for providing details, including some very salacious and explosive details that made their way into the Steele dossier, which then made its way eventually to the FBI. So mister danchenko, for example, provided the pretty explosive claim in the dossier that there was a well developed conspiracy between Trump's campaign and the Kremlin. He also supplied the sort of salacious detail about Trump's alleged sexual behavior at a Moscow it's called in in 2013. None of those were ever proven, but that tip was never part of the charge. It was whether or not he lied about where he got that information. The Justice Department said he did and the jury did not agree. So the counts the jury considered were all about whether danchenko lied about one person and one call. That's correct. It was all about whether or not mister bencho truly believed that an anonymous phone call that he got in 2016 from a tipster, the one who had the tip about the well developed conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, whether or not he truly believed that that caller was a guy named Sergei millian who was the president of the Russian American Chamber of Commerce at the time. So he said in his FBI interview that he believed that to the person who had called and the FBI said not only do they believe that it wasn't in who called, but that the call never happened, but they didn't really present enough evidence to prove that. I don't know how you bring a federal case over what someone believed at the time. It seems awfully thin or stretching it. It did seem a bit thin enough to say the evidence that was presented. It wasn't very hard evidence it could go either way about whether or not he believed it. I mean, as we know back in May, the first case from his investigation to go to trial against former Clinton campaign lawyer, Michael susman, also ended in acquittal. He was also charged with lying to the FBI about a Trump Russia tip. So to bring these narrow cases about telling what amounts are fairly small lies, I guess you could say alleged lies that that's really what this is focusing on after all of this time and money spent is not a terribly good look for the special counsel, but you could also argue that he is doing the job that he was asked to do. The trial seems a little unusual, Durham personally took part and did he end up lashing out at some of his own witnesses? Yeah, he did question them a bit harshly. Some of the main witnesses were FBI agents who interviewed danchenko in 2017. And I think in particular, when once I've been actually been a valuable confidential human source, you know, if you've got a little, I think snippy and the questioning and then of course it was closing arguments told the jury not to feel bad, but the FBI, because on the one hand, the FBI was portrayed in the case as being victimized by danchenko, but also he wanted to portray the FBI as being sloppy and making mistakes and essentially going after Trump's campaign on fairly. You know, prosecutors don't usually lose cases. It's unusual because if they're bringing a case, they think they have enough evidence to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. Well, there's, of course, speculation that these trials were really about putting these FBI agents on the stand, whether or not that the proper use of the federal criminal trial, who knows. But that's what certainly a lot of dorms to own supporters. And Trump supporters have been saying, is that how these verdicts are beside the plane? It doesn't matter. It was exposing these FBI agents getting details of the investigation out in the open. But yeah, you're right, usually the government comes in a case like this with an upper hand. And usually they also come at it with a lot more evidence. So we'll see what his final report said, then assuming it'll be pretty damning, mostly about the FBI. But I'm sure that there was some amount of pressure for him to bring some cases. Out of all this three and a half years, he's gotten one conviction, a guilty plea. There was one guilty as former FBI lawyer who admitted he had altered an email that was used in part of the Carter page warrant application process, and it was actually uncovered by the Justice Department's own internal watchdog rather than returns on investigation. So it's certainly been said by critics basically cases this whole investigation is sort of a remnant of the Trump administration sort of witch hunt attack on the investigation into him and Russia. They really said that John Durham is going to expose the deep state revealed a huge conspiracy to people at high levels we're going to go down and things like that and clearly that hasn't borne out. Thanks, Eric. That's Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson. Up next
"igor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg law. A divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge. Tell us a little about the facts of the case. Peter views with prominent attorneys in Bloomberg legal experts. I guess his former federal prosecutor Jimmy garu joining me as Bloomberg law reporter Jordan Rubin. And analysis of important legal issues, cases in headlines. The Supreme Court takes on state secrets multiple lawsuits were filed against the emergency rule. Is this lawsuit for real? Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. Welcome to Bloomberg law. I'm June Grasso, heading this hour. The Supreme Court will not consider overturning a racist series of cases. The Trevor Milton guilty verdict comes with a warning from the Manhattan U.S. attorney, special counsel John Durham's investigation, fizzles out, and can just as you Brown Jackson shift the court's criminal docket. We had the witch hunt. It started from the day we came down the elevator. That was the way former president Donald Trump usually described the FBI's investigation of his campaign's ties to Russia. And former attorney general Bill Barr seemed to concur in that assessment. I think there's a spying did occur. Yes, I think spying did occur. So Barr directed U.S. attorney John Durham to investigate the FBI's investigation. Now, nearly three and a half years and more than $5.8 million later, Durham's investigation has come up empty. He lost the only two cases that went to trial. The second acquittal came on Tuesday when a jury found Igor danchenko, a Russian analyst, not guilty of lying to the FBI about where he got his information for the infamous Steele dossier. Joining me is Eric Larson, Bloomberg legal reporter. Eric tell us about danchenko. Igor's and jenko is a 44 year old Russian business analyst based in the U.S.. He was hired by the former British spy Christopher Steele, I think a lot of people remember the field dossier. That was really at the center of this trial because Igor danchenko was the main source for providing details, including some very salacious and explosive details that made their way into the Steele dossier, which then made its way eventually to the FBI. So mister gancho, for example, provided the pretty explosive claim in the dossier that there was a well developed conspiracy between Trump's campaign and the Kremlin. He also supplied the sort of salacious detail about Trump's alleged sexual behavior at a Moscow, it's called and in 2013, none of those were ever proven, but that tip was never part of the charge. It was whether or not he lied about where he got that information. The Justice Department said he did and the jury did not agree. So the counts the jury considered were all about whether danchenko lied about one person and one call. That's correct. It was all about whether or not mister danchenko truly believed that an anonymous phone call that he got in 2016 from a tipster, the one who had the tip about the well developed conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, whether or not he truly believed that that caller was a guy named Sergey millen who was the president of the Russian American Chamber of Commerce at the time. So he said in his FBI interview that he believed that to the person was, who had called and the FBI said not only do they believe that it wasn't in who called, but that the call never happened, but they didn't really present enough evidence to prove that. I don't know how you bring a federal case over what someone believed at the time. It seems awfully thin or stretching it. It did seem, you know, a bit then I have to say the evidence that was presented, it wasn't very hard other than to go sort of either way about whether or not he believed it. I mean, as we know back in May, the first taste from his investigation to go to trial against former Clinton campaign lawyer, Michael sussman, also ended in acquittal. He was also charged with lying to the FBI about a Trump Russia tip. So to bring these narrow cases about telling what amounts are fairly small lies, I guess you could say alleged lies that that's really what this is focusing on after all of this time and money spent is not a terribly good look for the special counsel, but you could also argue that he is doing the job that he was asked to do. The trial seems a little unusual, Durham personally took part and did he end up lashing out at some of his own witnesses? He did question them a bit harshly. Some of the main witnesses were FBI agents who interviewed danchenko in 2017. And I think in particular, when one said that bencho had actually been a valuable confidential human source, you know, if he got a little snippy and the questioning and then of course it was closing arguments told the jury not to feel bad for the FBI because on the one hand, the FBI was portrayed in the case as being victimized by danchenko, but also he wanted to portray the FBI as being sloppy and making mistakes and essentially going after Trump's campaign on fairly. You know, prosecutors don't usually lose cases. It's unusual because if they're bringing a case, they think they have enough evidence to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. Well, there's, of course, speculation that these trials were really about putting these FBI agents on the stand, whether or not that's a proper use of the federal criminal trial, who knows. But that's what certainly a lot of dorms to own supporters. And Trump supporters have been saying, is that how these verdicts are beside the plane? It doesn't matter. It was exposing these FBI agents getting details of the investigation out in the open. But yeah, you're right, usually the government comes in the cases like this with an upper hand. And usually they also come at it with a lot more evident. So we'll see what his final report says and assuming it'll be pretty damning and mostly about the FBI, but you know, I'm sure that there was some amount of pressure for him to bring some cases. Out of all this three and a half years, he's gotten one conviction, a guilty plea. There was one guilt please as former FBI lawyer who admitted he had altered an email that was used in part of the Carter page warrant application process, and it was actually uncovered by the Justice Department's own internal watchdog rather than returns on investigation. So it's certainly been said by critics basically these cases, this whole investigation is sort of a remnant of the Trump administration sort of witch hunt attack on the investigation in the him and Russia. They really said that John Durham is going to expose the deep state revealed a huge conspiracy to people at high levels we're going to go down and things like that and clearly that hasn't borne out. Thanks, Eric. That's Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson. Up next, a warning from the Manhattan U.S. attorney. This is Bloomberg. At Bloomberg surveillance
Donald Trump: The FBI, Democrats Worked With Russia
"Here's Trump on the FBI and Youngstown Ohio cut 18 go We'll also have to move quickly to fix the rot at our federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies just this week It was revealed that Igor then Cinco I think that sounds like a slightly Russian name The foreign national fabricated some of the most ridiculous smears and lies in the phony steel dossier It was all phony How would you like to be me and go home and explain that one to my wife Darling it wasn't true I swear it wasn't Remember that one with the hookers from Russia Darling I'd like to explain this to you It was all phony It was all a phony made up corrupt thing by the Democrats working with a paid informant of the FBI Remember we were supposed to be working with Russia It was the FBI and the Democrats that were working with Russia and now it's all coming out And I hope they make a big deal out of this not sweep it under the carpet because I think it's one of the biggest stories in 50 years If that were a Republican set of a Democrat it would be the biggest story it would never end In other words the FBI was paying a Russian who made false smears to try and take down the president of the that's true Can you believe that
Fox News Contributor Sara Carter Provides an Update on the Spy Game Illusion Hoax
"All right welcome back to the show for the second time my good friend Sarah Carter Nobody knows more about the spygate collusion hoax than she does Sarah Thanks for taking the time I know you're busy I appreciate it Oh Dan thank you so much for having me on It's my pleasure And it's good to know that at least we have someone out there still digging still uncovering still pushing and I think this is important and that's John Durham you know And I think he's made a lot of progress with this case And I know it's been very quiet but for the most part he's proving everything that we have been discussing and everything that we talked about over the last 5 years Yeah I mean you made Solomon Jared I mean Jeff Carlson you know Jerry dunleavy It's a whole crew of people And Sarah this is the left strategy the left strategies the whole move on dot org thing Drag it out trip trip trip trip drip wait a few years and then wait for the conservatives to say I'm tired Well I'm not tired And I know you're not tired either I want to find out why they spied on Donald Trump and made this story up and exactly what Hillary Clinton's role is And I discussed in the opening hour something I know you know a lot about which is this brookings institution connection here Sarah there had to be a ringleader of this And it appears a lot of this was run out of brookings which strobe talbott and that crew over there Absolutely So here you have this think tank you know for the most part a well respected think tank for the left Brookings institution out of Washington D.C. And all of a sudden all of these names all of these names E Corgan chanko you know don't tell but all of these people are very well connected to Hillary Clinton are coming up in the steel dossier which we know Dan you and I both have discussed this Was the very beginning when we started to uncover it was basically a political hit job that appears to have been orchestrated by the Hillary Clinton campaign And I would say by Hillary Clinton herself And I think this is the direction that John Durham is going in And what he wants to do is he wants to expose slowly but surely all of these players how is he doing it Well he's got Igor danchenko in a knot He's got Michael sussman in a not right now And he has all these indictments against Igor danchenko And I think what he's going to do and what he is doing and it's strategic Is he saying look we're going to bust you on each one of these indictments That could be 5 years each lying to us I mean that's 15 years in prison Here's a guy in his early 40s He doesn't want that He's what he's trying to do is squeeze him so that he turns on the Clinton campaign
After Igor Danchenko Indictment, Look at the FBI and Democrats' Activity
"And now Durham has obtained an indictment of this guy eager Dan shanko Russian provided the information for the dossier He's charged with lying to the FBI but you know the real story here is the intersection between the Democrats the FBI investigation the phony claims that were made who knew what when and how all this was just a giant lie That's what we know That's what we know Kimberly strasser on The Wall Street Journal points out very very important point Never forget the original claim According to the FBI Democrats and the media mister Trump harbored secret and nefarious ties with Russia We knew that because his mother Jones explained that a 2016 article that became the reigning storyline Christopher Steele was a credible source with a proven record of providing reliable sensitive and important information He had come across troubling evidence of Trump's collusion He brought it to the U.S. law enforcement he brought it to the federales right And then it took a year a year for congressional investigators to reveal that dossier had in fact been commissioned by this opposition research firm known as fusion GPS We all know that right Fusion GPS working for the Democrat party working for Hillary Clinton's campaign And then they all started lying about it They all started lying
Who Is Igor Danchenko?
"Let's start backwards. Last 48 hours, John Durham, who is appointed by Bill Barr, issued some indictments. One of the indictments that he issued was towards this new figure and you would know about him if you were really into this. But a guy by the name of Igor danchenko. Now Igor danchenko is supposed to be a Russian specialist. Igor danchenko is someone that formerly worked at the brookings institution a Dante is a Russian born U.S. based researcher. He worked at the brookings institution from 2005 to 2010, and he was a former official in Bill Clinton's State Department. And so danchenko's role was not really clear up until the last 48 hours. So the centerpiece of all of this, the centerpiece for the whisper campaign against Trump, the basis for to get Mueller and to spy on Trump was a document. It was a piece of work known as the dossier. The dossier was compiled by none other than former British spy Christopher Steele. But Christopher Steele compiled the dossier in what has always been a focus for those of us that have wanted to get the truth is who were his sources. Well, the main source, the main Russian source was Igor danchenko. Now, this dossier, this document, this summary, fraudulent one and fake one was then fed to the FBI and the press and was later used in fisa surveillance warrants against Trump aide Carter page, and then through surveilling Trump's pages communications, the Clinton Obama regime was able to spy on the Trump campaign.
"igor" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"To deal with online anymore. I got my money froze two more times friday playing the poker. The mental mental folk had eighteen thousand nine hundred into poker americans and they said yep yet to open up canadian account To get your money back so like the first the first one right one decided 'cause destroyed on the border with canada. I when i was going to. I went to windsor. And i opened up an account bank of montreal meeting back and then from what i heard people like waiting for a couple of weeks. They'd get their money. They didn't have enough to something. I'm so likely. Got that. And then i played on the side fulda. I got a hold of somebody through a mutual poker they basically it was like he played five platforms from like one central station. You can blake merge and some italian network and up late on there also on the basically went out of business mad like eight or nine thousand there disappeared. Look i couldn't get back. So yes the same as scared about by an online like an enlarged bankroll on there. So let's ride in all to put to play more more live online. Yes you've been grinding. These live games is that has that. Been the path from like twenty thirteen to present day Nope since i'd have admiral joy second move and the game was do five five hundred gap. There were still people playing pillow and below like olawale wales from unlimited appeal. And i mean. I tried below couple times like i never want to be. That was basically a hold. Them player lamb veal way overseas. That was getting blown off my equity can only overvalued like bad hands like no like bottom to jack high foster all like i get it all and like will get against certain applause common mistakes. Molin players Playfield by veal cheer. So i moved to. I moved to all and i. I didn't oughta plan displayed extremely sites. Like that's all like. I played back back like when place. Their hands played like certain hands. I remember one time It was folded to me. And i'm gonna cut off. I raise the recall. And i had as we nine students at a king and i hold it hand because it will not suit at that as their. My cards flipped over. Regards looking about bob dole in with that and so that was embarrassing. You know but like that was the beef. But i also get all about post montlake and if i have to make a move out be able to make a move. So that's how. I switched to feel oh and like i was. I was playing an ignition. And i was playing on a not a cr day. Decide like oprah zero much much better than now. So as to what. I was doing that. And what did you. What steps did you take to improve your game like now at this stage in your career. You're familiar with the resources that exist. So would you seek out and read. Basically i've watched a run at once. And i watched some videos and you're like you know. I basically learned up oakland by learned by watching hands learning. Bucknell thinking like. Why is this guy doing that. Like why is that guy during like. What is he trying to accomplish. Just trying to break it down and just thinking about hands kind of like learning on the flight. That's like a a the feel. I was not even a good again. Gals playing against people who were like Much much worse than usual slapped a lot of action like get liking. Although dolan with king queen jack three wants to you know and the people you just played tight though don love fell in love with pilo and you now continued to play. Play that life bulow games. Some private games there and the way online on the side until like kobe ahead and then i'll just based strictly online for like a year and a half play live and you haven't ventured into the streets very much it's been just pure cash entities back today in two thousand ten. I had my best year a best your best year at a time of barriers done on lake on five hundred thousand thousand time That's bride was so devastated. I was like i want. I had my breakout year. Five hundred thousand three thousand basically back in the day. If you're a good guest player you can just jump into an emc theater you. You're probably going to be the best player. So i made about one hundred fifty thousand strictly empty. T's like not strict empties but blamed like of them cities. But i may want fifty my income came from. Mcc's yes back in those days to if you're a cash game player in like somebody being an empty t. You're kind of like salivating. Would they join the cash streets because they were typically just giving away right or good yesterday. We'll go play. Mcat's immediately favorite. So that's what i did. A couple of eight entities cash in two thousand and in two thousand eleven right before black friday. I was already unbased. Beat that year. You'll just play like and nc. Tease cather black friday. The price fools like we're not obviously as being available to me. And i had i don. Mcc good gas was way more feeling just like i didn't like the gm sitting fourteen fifteen hours in front of computer. Well that's been ranchers like eight nine dollars. Computer in all of just wasn't appealing to me. Yeah and people tend to forget but party poker back in the day. Like twenty two thousand five. They had two hundred k. Guaranteed every single night like it was a nightly two hundred k. Guaranteed two hundred plus fifteen. Buy in tournaments. I mean they were like the guarantees in tournaments that were around in those days were just it was crazy right can. So what. Am i gonna play like what i've played Ulker like forum plants on five thousand dollars and see. Yeah thank no. We're not appealing to be also vowed go today. Not only played a role series. I'll play. I would go there for two weeks. Ten twenty blocks your game with like twenty eleven of the last year. An only that was amazing. Game if you're sitting there and there were born into that game you're you're a bad game. Yeah you're doing something wrong. Tell me when you transition back to online poker and throughout your whole journey here what did you use to improve your game like what are you. What are you use these days. What's your process. Look like for studying growth with some of the tools that we have available in present day ball. I bought a solver and i pay. Somebody showed me. I rent some sense. I don't like it was like not anybody. Likes ninety nine a renewed by the right inputs. Basically i learned by playing i was able lake known to they was really game selecting Like a good players and Learning realize like when they do something reporting that top spot alec breaking down like why this spot what i can do to combat it. It all just like Watching watching watching.
"igor" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Probably so i don't i saddam up eight hundred. I sit down like a thousand dollars and fifteen hundred dollars wanting limit and this is the hottest that i read in my life like i i should have been broke like many many times but like a miracle has happened so like on playing. I'd been my stack up like you know like two or three thousand double my stack. I get kings and You know this guy gets nine. What nine something. No side double. I have like six thousand now. Continue blank continue playing all brought up my stack do like seven thousand and i got in. I have ice mine and the flop gave ace night. And i got in on the flop. The whole seven thousand. I guess the supernet. Like you know. Like i don't know like i don't wanna stack. This is the first time that big binds. I don't know that like four hundred control anything that's like. I know i'm a little stop too much money as possible on the flop and it's right so he had turns out. He had pocket eights and i river river ace. So now i belong or i have Both down from four thousand in all feeling good. I'm blocking some spots. And i bring my sack. I don't remember what ends up to eighteen. Thousand now then get kings. That's another miracle happened again. Like you know keep in mind. I do not know anything about michael and also eighteen thousand and the guy the guy that used to play. I think his name was grants you little by for like fifty thousand years the original pro at at them twenty and be flop we get. We get into the sweeping all open. But i don't remember. The science snows opening like eighty or a hundred time and he raised me to four hundred and i raised them to fifteen hundred. Now if you were to older. I would've snapple them. You know i just have. I don't know if you like. I don't know it's bad to get like nine hundred blinds with starts. He's just goals me and the flop gums. Thi- bottoms eisai. At jackie bats bulking space up and shows me agents based off. Now if a move is about what about all the money. Yeah though i should have been brought there. So i only lose like fifteen hundred in the hand where i stood lost eighteen thousand and then from there. You know it's already Then again like an auto remember hands. But i remember i had like i. I'm sitting on twenty one thousand somehow and it's already. I started the session at five. Pm it's already like i've been playing for thirty six hours pretty much land. I made a goal on the river medical on the river. What i thought. I had a straight but i have like I called the river wanna win. All three thousand. What what. I thought was a straight turns out. Like i had a pair and bob they can only open under under edmund was is like all right time to go though. After after winning that session i was able to flee bay fully. Pay back on my mom and and and have some money left over and That that got me started but thank god the week after still want to play the limit. No shit loss was destroyed so went to detroit to play the ten twenty limit game and abroad like i had like seven thousand thousand upper bagel my own. My dad's biking all brought five thousand detroit replay. That was next to play on the tenth. Twenty seven twenty on limits. I think i brought my stack up seven thousand again and i remember opening pocket juices under the and it was pretty bad by the button. And i called and the wlac game danjaq seven and i checked and the guy and i'm number thinking like any like there's like no one you've got three on the east games. Right was guy doesn't have towns jackson or doesn't have eight nine. I can have all those aunts soling. I raised him if he calls me known as the four in all i'm gonna dallas him my block. This is i bet and eagles may not remember thinking like oh my god like i worked so hard all my already about blocking the rivers right and the rivers the deuce in and the guy goes up. He's like i'm like yeah. And i've used that he just slip out is gonna kill you like who is sharon floor iran. All his big. He parking lot like that dropped. A ten thousand dollar bankroll akwa don't shows by it started off way in all started playing a. I think those the by the time where i found the lawsuit from the books on the back of the books that do busting forums the honky plus two and and the tournaments were unsee be started playing the poker like hundred dollars citgo Remember every time hands the binder go. I've played more than my fair share of those tournaments as well. Then we probably we probably got because then they can all like absolute goldline back in the day z. Jocelyn boasting about two hundred guy. John yeah he was. He was playing. The two hundred sitting goes like i played with him. A billion times back back into the star of issue entre battlefield like all those guys almost big as before they began big. They shared valuable information So like to pursue bumped up onto started playing senegal. Love it so i played. Cindy does not much cash offered up. wouldn't really have a casino roller. Dr destroy saw hours doing Knows it was. It was really amazing. How much of a concentration of talent was onto plus two back in those days. They had like all the talent and the whole poker universe on their forms. Yeah just imagine like right now. You're like picking the brains of. I don't know the best players linus slob or ot redbeard stowing laking all no. He's played this way to play that way. Just like actually giving feedback on the hands. They're playing and posting hands and like diving in-depth strategically on everything. Just like out there in the open for anybody to to read. I mean it was amazing. Basically i think all my career like to pursue and later on guard rumors. The llanos plains send goes doing pretty. Well i saved enough money. I moved into an apartment food. My mom says i wouldn't apartment. I have decent bankroll. Were you actively i mean. Tell me about your progression from like check. Raising the deuces. In running this bluff to playing sitting one hundred dollars sitting goes in earnest. Because i know that there is a skill that's that was needed even back then to you know to be a winning one hundred hundred dollar by in sitting go player Well i mean luckily for me not a of good players played right solely days to do. I lived on two plus. Do i read everything i could read. The play was very important. the the push shamas mistakes like people were calling like you know lake four handed. I remember like one guy. All a big step shot another big old with. Spf off soon. Sports they can somehow bureaucracy like made the monte up prepaid people just really really bad and i was. I was bad myself. But i was better than them. Them right. yeah not not much. Icm considered there was a fair amount of icm consideration. Like as as you started playing the better players but the low low people. Well i don't think lost in two hundred. I think i might have broke even into the hundreds a significantly easier than the two hundred seven goals i see. I should have known this. Like.
"igor" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Was planet. Fokker paradise poker played that up late charity events. I was going to computer songs. Still does make making navy like four or five hundred bucks a month doing that so then been some alzira than i wanted to show up after working with friends. I decided that. I want to go to the source for myself. So my friend older computer company. He gave me a computer parts and hardware per cosign meaning that he would give me his equipment hardware and whatever. I sell whatever i don't sell it back to pay for it right. It's a good deal so all. I was doing that when i did that. I set off by set up a merchant account for except better guards. Remember going on in bank. And i didn't know much about business on the radio was asking me how much suits to sell sell a week. So you know. Like i say i said maybe or among said You know usually you sell twenty twenty five thousand a month. That's about one hundred thousand. I need a commercial for about one hundred thousand a month while she took it upon herself. She didn't think i would get the that much we got to prove that much. Twenty four twenty five first business nollet renault real collateral sold to me. She pulled down that knowledge. Super super down that She put me down for twenty thousand a month. What does it mean for. Collateral and merchant accounts. Like this is like this is the old days before stripe and pay pal and the payment processors that are so readily available. So like how did it work. Back in with merchant accounts basically machine. Okay and then you. You need somebody who will accept. The you know. The famous people who've aid and You just need some new between the bank. Biddle members when the bank and so they will take all the payments and they about that would put the money into your bank and for that you pay like two or three percent of the two or three percent that visa charges saw merchants saw sellers that that goes to them. Okay so it's like the carbon paper type situation where you just over the credit card and it like makes the imprint and then you send all that stuff to the the merchant people in the middle and then they process that to the bank or act was the government one. I had the carbon government. And i had a i have both. Yeah cool all right. So i actually did know how how that used to work. I didn't know how that used to work the credit card processing system of old. Okay yeah so so. I did that. I went to shows. All things were good. i was selling those making. Maybe like an offense algebra for myself. And i remember going to a show in minnesota and the weekend from the actually. The show is connected. It was like expo center but it was connected to canterbury bark. And the i i basically left the guys that i took him to work by themselves and by the whole weekend playing the thirty sixty. They're not insulting display. That's how i spend the whole weekend. Play into thirty six eleven game at a lost three thousand but we had a good show. I sold for like thirty five thousand next show off. My guys probably made all four thousand that beacon soci- not bad about You know up there like losing. Probably a thousand back. I get back to the office on monday. I check bank founded out there. I checked back on tuesday. The money's not there. I call law. I echo the merchant account and ask them what's going on and they said well we have to your money because you were approved for twenty thousand a month yourself. Thirty thousand a week. So they're scared for fraud. So we're gonna we're gonna hold onto this money and you know for a timeframe we're going to hold on for like half a year a year lag. Cable chart districts odors though chargebacks. Right there's a lot of provo gallstone. And i go back to russia now. Stock like chargebacks sure but the one protect the salsa chargebacks. So now you know. I get back i get back from from the show and at the money's not there and i have to pay for the merchandise nestle and I don't have any money to pay for it. So i used all my savings basically. I'd like an old the old out. Maybe twenty five thousand. I use all my savings. Fifteen thousand borrowed some mile monte from my mom and i they and the guy was scared it was going on. He didn't wanna give me any more equipment or go sign because he was worried that i go out of business or something. What happened that. He's not going to be able to recoup is money. Yeah it's it's pretty reasonable right because like you're frozen at the merchant account. So what can you do fall right. Yes exactly subtle. I don't blame on bed. Yeah that like forced me like okay. Well what am i gonna do now like in all like that that forced me to play professionally so four or five thousand lacrima barn fraud money from my mom and i started going to charity rooms in blaine You know at that time. I think there's already thousand. Three two thousand four like body poker like party. Poker had thirty sixty that gets in thirty. Six max saw game samantha was before it even had i or maybe once you know limit was the biggest games that they had there i think they had some like twenty five cents or twenty five innell at like fifty big blind type. No limit situation like the thirty six. He was the big game that had like sixty people on the wait list every day. Like i remember waking up at like four in the morning and getting on the list for the thirty sixty and going back to sleep and like just hoping that. I didn't oversleep my seat right. Yeah i remember those games. Think i played much thirty sixty. I played a bunch of bernie heartland of russia. And obviously. I don't think elsevier good player so i lost five thousand bog quickly and here. I am like bed broke. I'm actually getting the victim of my apartment. Because i can't pay the rent I'm a i'm an old. my mom. Like forty thousand at an after bay but like. I didn't know this time. Because i was not really good at business like warehouse these so i all four thousand for For at least a maya warehouse older still be thousand at least my credit card machine salaam lake. I'm twenty four. I don't have education. And i don't really have a career. I'm getting victim. I'm just inauthentic mode. Yeah though i moved into my mom. I just like regroup and i'm like you know what i'm just gonna do computer work of someone else. I'm gonna make a thousand dollars a week in all. And i can pay my mom back and then not blade like three six five thousand on the side like you know just like have proper banco moments before like when i believe in thirty five hundred forty thousand dollars. Sure yeah like all right so basically. I was doing that for like a couple months. Like wedding at all. Three six and five thousand thinking basically just by being my mom like four hundred year five hundred. They're paid for the warehouse up for the credit card machine. Saw cutting my dog out to australia in already. Halfway through bane of that thirty thousand or fifteen thousand. And i had thousand and just spend money and i want to our biggest with all my friends and we played up. Played in vegas We would party and unlike played out. I started the session at five o'clock at five. Pm started thirty sixty session. Thirty six ashen and what happened to grow management. What what happened is a baker editor right. Yeah sure there's still a degan. Assad way the thirty six limit game and Thirty six eleven game. I'm up like eight hundred it's five. Am seven playing for hours and the game braves. And there's there's no other games there. And i see an aside. There's a i started having my ten twenty game like this wouldn't have any other game. There will be twenty five just like limit poker night. Nice transition there. I'm like thirty six. Is that prince so like thirty six. That's limit like what blah same thing..
Igor Ioffe on His First Taste of Gambling
"Eager good morning. Welcome to chasing polka greatness. How you doing good morning to you. Thank you very much so typically on this show the way we start out is by asking you about your story and your entry in poker so we'll start out by. How old are you so that we can set the timeline. And then let's tell the listener how you got involved in the world poker okay. I'm all forty one years old. And i got bold in the world of vulgar Around when i was eighteen nineteen was going to our these charity Weekends that would have charity events. That ah by jack jack with my friends that horrible rules. Let's go back a little bit because like so what about your entering a playing cards right. Like what led you to playing blackjack Just you know digesting it up for for fun. i'll playing. I was born in soviet union and Chess was big there. My dad's used. Because when i was like around four or five and then I play chess play cards dominoes. Dice bunch of russian games with my grandfather and so i always liked the strategy games and by always like know cards. Yeah and that's how they do Guards so how'd you get. How'd you did you. You and your family moved to the usa from the ussr. Yes we immigrated. Eighty mind when i was done here is old to to to america cool how how i got my station gambling. We were paul. I was spoiled and my dad worked for this company. And obviously were rolling america year and It was the caribbean who was for christmas that they took the whole family. And i want to my mom. And my dad and i was born. Nothing was ever myself the only kid and they had casinos data casino on the gruesome outside the casino they had sought machines. And i asked my mom or maybe like our borders and a present. And i don't know after maybe like three or four quarters jack. Four five hundred bucks so that that was my first day stuff gambling. I was After
"igor" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"Department has on two different occasions that we know of. Gone into court and defended the constitutionality of that law. Which is absolutely outrageous. And you'll remember mark in 2009 and 2010, when then the Obama Justice Department went into court and defended the constitutionality of doma, which was your listeners will remember was that law that defined marriage between a man and a woman and effectively cut off same sex couples from benefits for two years, the Obama Justice Department defended that law. The community put up a huge fight and then in 2011, then attorney general Eric holder issued a memo saying the president now believes this law is unconstitutional. He will no longer defend it in court, and then of course eventually the Supreme Court has struck it down. It is outrageous to me that despite the folks in our movement, urging this administration to stop defending ploca in court and basically repeating the talking points of the NRA and the gun industry in their legal briefs that this is continuing to happen, despite the fact that we had a ruling by the way in 2020 of a court in Pennsylvania finding pacha on constitutional arguing that violated the Tenth Amendment because it prohibited states from suing gun manufacturers. It took that power away from them. So anyway, this is all to say that in the short window that we have between now and the midterm elections where it's unclear that Democrats will retain power in Congress. Maybe that's the nicest way to say it that it's unclear. Now is the time in that window to push this administration to do as much as they possibly can to keep us safe. And we haven't even talked about the rise of domestic extremists, armed expressionist extremists, what that means for election because that threat is only increasing as well. And people carrying guns to the polls. All of that, all of that, all of those things, factors. Folks is always really encourage you to go to guns down America dot award raise your voice to Joe Biden, sign a letter to him encourage Facebook to do what it needs to do is to stop encouraging and promoting gun sales. Is your bank loaded? All right? I mean, all of this is real. The gun violence. And the fact of the matter is in this cove still in this COVID moment, gun violence is on the rise. Is it not? I mean, we're seeing that. So this is the time to act. I know folks it's a lot. We actually do a lot. Once you fight against voter expression, when you invite say road, once you're fighting and climate change, once you fight stop gun violence. So we gotta do it. And it's enough of us to go around to be supportive and guns down America about or against one of the organizations I am encouraging you to support through your activism through your donations. We have a lot to do. We can do it all. If we can make it if we try, we all work together. As we did on August 28th, this is just the beginning. This is going to be a high season of ongoing activism around all these issues. And it's the duty of some of us to draw all these lines together. So we can see all of these things in a related. And that's what white houses are for. They're supposed to do. When we put them there to do, and they're supposed to, they're the people page to address all these issues. They have to do it. And so Igor is right. Ego is very polite person, too. All right, so we can get into it. So more about what Joe Biden needs to be doing all be doing. But we're going to be polite just for the day. And that means for next time, we'll see what happens in the next couple of weeks. But you can help us. You can reach out to Joe Biden, Vis-à-vis the website, guns down America dot awards. Add your name to the letter saying the time to act is now. Please man, please sir. Go to guts down America. That ORG. And follow Igor on Twitter as well and Igor votes. I follow guns down America on Twitter so you can be informed and involved. We don't keep fighting folks. We're in this fight. Igor has always been thank you buddy. Thank you, Mark. Thanks for getting woke and listening to make it playing. Please remember to listen like and wherever you get your podcast, please give the show a 5 star rating. And please do spread the word. Let's all continue to pray for each other during this pandemic and this police demic. If all hearts and minds are clear,.
"igor" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Feet and hands, often detached from the rest of the body would in water, but they rarely float. But the buoyant the buoyancy of modern sneakers. Correct is what makes them float and eventually wash up on the shores creeping of the Pacific north, right? None of the feet showed signs of trauma. Well, that's no, that's good. That's nice. Nice little pedicures, right? Very well. People are dumping body. Entire bodies into the all of the individuals appear to have died by suicide or killed in an accident. Uh, I don't like, how would you get? You know, by the feet? Yeah. How would you know? By the speech? It Don't I just I just read the news. I'm just I'm just Ted. Best Baxter here. I don't know The content of the news. Stephanie Miller Newscast sheet. There's lots of feet. Hello, Karen in Chicago. Hello. Air. Hello? Hello. Good morning. Um, I think we need to get to the bottom of why Jody Hamilton looks so much like Carol Burnett. That's Yeah, right. Let's I'm going to have her DNA done. Yeah, I think we should going to swab her cheek when she's not looking. You know, Steph listening to you play? You know the tape of that crazy person? Yeah. Um, And then you know, here's the thing all of these people who are refusing to believe the science that brought us the vaccine and listen to their doctors who are recommending it are the same people that are relying on the same system to save their lives. So I I really am kind of with healthcare workers. At this point, they need to give preference to people who either could really couldn't get the vaccination or are suffering from illnesses that are unrelated to covid. Because this is it's just crazy. The resources that are going into saving their lives and It's just it's preventable. We had a woman here who owns um, restaurant and she's an anti vax or 65 years old and she died from cold it. Yeah, it's completely preventable. It's just astonishing that These lunatics and you know the people that are just missing, you know, dis informed or misinformed. Whatever are jumping to the had, you know, had it the line to be able to receive care after they didn't you know Yeah, normally night And as I was saying, you know, we're liberals, So we tend to, you know, treat addictions or whatever else is, you know, we don't shame people, but this is not an addiction. It's not anything. It's just willful. Yes. Selfishness. In my opinion, I'm speaking of addictions, particularly Steph infections. Let's check in with Paula Poundstone, shall we? Boy, This is getting bad, Travis. I don't know if we send help. You know, Jodi always say if you need help, don't be afraid. Don't get did never be afraid. Go get help. There's no shame in it. Paula Tweets. Sometimes late at night, I called the Stephanie Miller show just to see if they can hear me. Hello? Hello, Uncle. She said. I still want to be like Stephanie Miller from the Stephanie Miller show. I went into my basement with my dogs, a phone and some tech equipment today and guess what? I don't have a basement. I'm under the deck. Now. My shirt is not going to nail and I can't get out there. Then she tweeted. There are rats down here. I have no sponsors, and it's time for a break. Okay. 27 after 16. Oh, dear. My mother would say Okay, let's do some happy Clap PCs poll 81% of American adults support helping Afghans who assisted the US come to the United States. We will talk to Olivia story about that. Just 19% do not support helping those Afghans. There are more of us, Yes. She's thus my rise up in vulture. Okay? Yeah, caviar, Shroff said 48,000 evacuated in the last nine days. The media bet against Joe Biden again and they lost again, Eric Boehlert said. By the way, if you pulled 100, DC pundits, reporters editors producers eight days ago and asked if they thought 40,000 evacuations would happen by August, 23rd. Not a single shot would be fired by you as U. S troops. Not one of them would have said Yes. So why is the tone of the coverage? Not changed? Good question. Good question, Eric. Thank you. Oh, here's some more Happy clapping news. CNN reports. The select committee investigating January six is sending notices to various telecommunications company ensuring they preserved phone records of certain people, including several members of Congress. I remember just yesterday, Fernand Armani was saying, we're all getting impatient like what is going on, and you just have to hope that Like a shark or sneakers, foot under under the sea. It's there. It's about to float up. Justice is a is a just A severed foot in a sneaker. To know it's not. No, no, no, she deserves better. Alright, Igor Fruman. I can help you with that hump. What help? Never gets old Igor Fruman will plead guilty in the federal case, accusing him of being part of a scheme to evade campaign finance laws by accepting contributions from foreign nationals. Rumen was the other Giuliani associate behind. Besides part is Giuliani was already toast. Now he is burnt toast. Did you see him shaving in a restaurant yesterday? What a big ass. He was in a restaurant. He was shaving with an electric razor. Every sick at the table. Yeah. I can't believe anyone's ever had sex with him. Pardon me. Get whiskers all over your table. And you're placing your disgusting. Disgusting. There are bathrooms. Yeah, well, And then a couple months shaved in a restaurant bathrooms better than the table. Wow. Okay, David Tweets. It doesn't surprise me. A draft Dodger would surrender to the Taliban. Thank you. And Joe Walsh, Former Republican says What if and Bear with me. What if evacuations actually going quite Well, what if it actually ends up being historic success? Has the media going to spin that, Jodi? What are they gonna say? I don't know. It's Malcolm Nance said. As I was saying the Taliban bought the tribes after Trump sold them the country There's none of this is actually complicated. If the media would just reported the way it is, But thank God for people like Olivia Troy speaking out, and she will in about half an hour. Reporting it as well. Thank you, along with seven ft. I cover everything, Chris. You do, huh? Yes, Clark said. Funny how the Magas think zero American deaths in Afghanistan. Evacuation is a disaster in 600,000 deaths from Covid is not OK. Oh, in this Travis's for you because you know what we're going to hang on. Okay. I'm just doing this just for you. Oh, I gave it. I already told you Okay. Robert Rice tweeted in November. 1923. Hitler's attempted coup failed, but no one was held accountable. 10 years later he took over Germany. Trump's January 2021 coup failed with seven months later, Trump faces no consequences. And his co conspirators are still in Congress. And still going to lunch every day. I go now do the Hitler Club the headline Burger. I go now to Hitler Burger to get myself my mind. Okay? Yeah..
"igor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"21. With the Delta variant continuing to be a problem. San Diego County public health officials say there were 961 new covid infections reported yesterday. This is on the day that the FDA granted fights are full approval of the vaccine. There were no new deaths reported nearly 600. People are hospitalized with covid like complications in the county. That's compared to just 201 month ago. The Pentagon will require all service members to be fully vaccinated now that the Food and Drug Administration has fully approved the fighter. Two shot regimen. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says A timeline for vaccination completion will be provided in the coming days. These efforts to ensure the safety of our service members And promote the readiness of our force, not to mention the health and safety of the communities around the country in which we live, Kirby says. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has been preparing to roll out the new policy. Vaccination rates vary across the services. The Navy has a most fully vaccinated members at more than 70%. The Army Times reports. Unvaccinated soldiers are now wearing red armbands that the Joint Readiness Training Center in Louisiana That's Rachel Sutherland reporting an air quality advisory for the Bay Area's being extended. For at least today. The advisory is, uh, the the air quality index is mostly in the good to moderate range. But wildfire smoke is drifting through. It's mostly aloft in the higher elevations. Some residents in Denver, meanwhile, say they're getting the remnants of smoke and soot. As far away as Oregon and Washington, where fires are also burning. The tallest living man in the U. S. Has died. The family of Igor Loco Vince Key, said he died of heart disease at the age of 38. The seven FT eight Ukrainian man moved to Minnesota in 1989 for medical treatment. He was crowned the tallest living man in the U. S by Guinness World Records in 2010. Scarlett Johansson's lawyers are calling out Disney this Could be a huge fight. An attorney representing Johansson responded to Disney's court filing over the weekend requesting future legal battles pertaining to the Black Widow lawsuit stay behind closed doors, John Berlingske said. The entertainment giant is trying to hide its misconduct by denying the star and or open courtroom. Johnson filed a lawsuit against Disney for breach of contract back in late July. Disney says it upheld its end of the deal by giving the film a wide theatrical release. The TV show based on San Diego's morning news, Not really, but Jennifer Aniston's hit Apple Plus series is returning for another season. The trailer for Season two of the Jennifer Aniston Maurice Witherspoon series, the Morning show. Shows the fictional morning show in rough terrain. Having to dig itself out of the wreckage of this past season, which revealed a pervasive me to culture in the newsroom. 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Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota
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"igor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You know, I saw this story the other day. Never noticed that you know, sometimes I wonder what would happen if and now Julius random thoughts. He looks like that puppet. I don't know, he said. Sheikh implants. It's just random. That's all. It is. All right. So you have been talking about Stephen King. Laurie. Yeah, you and Steve and your race to finish the book, The great book. Great. No, There won't be any. She was going to say that you'll be laughing and I have won a dream is the hottest book of the late summer and I read his one other book that was, you know, he's just than several books that aren't scary. And I read 1963 about what would have happened if Jack Jack Kennedy wasn't assassinated. Someone would have caught it up front. Jack John John F. Give me Jack Chance, something. Yeah. China's Kennedy all the jackscrew. But John transferred by Jack anywhere Here is what he said. He's quote Laurie. Any word. You have to hunt for an ethics. Saurus is the wrong word. There are no exceptions to this rule. What's that? That Stephen King, So as a writer or anything, you just used the words you know. And that is his quote today. Now we have to go on in and celebrate the life of the world's tallest man. He lived in Rochester, Minnesota. His name is Igor. Igor Igor. Pronounced Vova Co evolve in ski. Oh, nice job. Yeah, Laurie, he was seven ft eight inches. He was a Ukrainian man who was 38 years old. As a young child. He came over here to seek treatment in 1989. Mayo Clinic because his pituitary grandma's cooked something was pressing on it. And he kept growing and growing and growing and growing so like as a nine year olds, old child, he was 69. So just taller than everybody, but he passed away. You think? Yeah, I know taller than everybody at night. I could get 6 76, and apparently, he was really sweet Guy. A and, um he when he was 27 years old, was declared America's tallest living person by Guinness World Records and a and a representative on the Dr Oz show. In 2000 and 90 crude, um drew national attention when former Barack Obama noticed during a campaign rally that he was wearing a T shirt that would that would world's biggest Obama supporter. You know, he sticks up having heels about sales. He also Was a contestant on that Eurovision song contest. Uh, um and his shoe size was 24 10 E. Measuring four inches across. Um, he had difficult, you know, doing basic things. He got a degree at the Rochester Community College and wanted to be at an attorney. He in 2012 his feet, then had grown to a size 26. He asked the public to help pay the $16,000 for specially made shoes. But thousands and thousands of donations came in. But Reebok ultimately made custom shoes for him. So do you think he died of complications of so big? Yeah. Wow! And he said he would have rather lived a normal life than be known. Obviously, a diabetes as well. But he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and fishing and travelling. I mean, if you tell how do you even go anywhere hurt? You don't you know, unless you're in a cathedral or big mall with the high ceilings. I mean, just be real endangerment. You wouldn't be able to do so many things. I know that some so anyway, all right, Well, I feel bad for his family. I do too young. I do, too. But good news happened today. You guys, um the FDA granted full approval to fighters. Covid 19 vaccination. Yeah, well, that was one thing that I've Didn't know that some people are like I'm waiting for the FDA approval of a recent polls show that 30% of unvaccinated people would be more willing to take the vaccine if it was a good good and that's after. I mean, you guys this is after, and Pfizer went for cell now, Madonna. They were, like a month or something behind. Hmm. They'll be next. Yeah. In a process that required a 360,000 page application and rigorous inspections. Never before is the F D. A had so much evidence to judge a shot safety. Yeah, so it has gotten a full approval today. Oh, good. I hope I hope people will and you can rely on it that it meets the very high standards required of all the approved vaccines we rely on every day, so that's That's good news. That's good news people, right. Okay. Other things that are happening, Laurie, tell me, um so Trader Joe's Um, you brought this So Lori comes in Grant. You can look on our YouTube streaming generally. What do we got These strawberries? So there, um Pull them up. She read. I don't know if I'm in the camera. Yeah, We need some show and tell here she read a list of the top foods You have to buy a trader Joe's and one is this freeze dried strawberries unsweetened. And unsolved heard so you can eat this whole bag and they're so good for 120 calories. They're delicious. They're just like candy. They do so that is one of them. The other things on their list that I know a friend who swears by this the everything but bagel, sesame seizing blend Have you heard of that? Is it the bagel where everything and it's just the seasoning from it, So it's a seasoned salt that you would use in your chicken salad and potato starch and other things. People love that the Mandarin orange chicken Which I know you and me, But I would. Would you eat that? No, I like the Mandarin chicken from there. I've had it. It's good. It's good. They're hatch. Um, I think it's called Hatch, Mac and cheese. I've had that you salute my kids all the time. Yeah. Cauliflower gnocchi. Gucci. It's not cheap gnocchi gnocchi that to peanut butter filled pretzels. They come in a smaller bank. There, you can go to Costco and get the big tan. But those are really good, um, gone bananas and this I bought for my mom last year and they're on banana. It's this used to be a treat. When you were when we were growing up, and we'd go to Valley fair. They had the frozen. Chocolate dipped bananas. So these are banana slices dipped in chocolate and frozen so you can get a smaller serving so good. The fig and olive crisps. That are only like $4 here that are like $10 in another grocery store. You know the crisp crackers? Yeah. Yeah, Everyone uses. There's half the race. They're not paying us said she passed for.
"igor" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast
"What would you want to tell them. That might encourage them or help them feel better about coming next summer. There's nothing to be scared of he. It's really fun in. You shouldn't be scared. I l following up with some more families and another therapist from camp. Watch me you heard last week from christina nick in lauren. They were from session one in this week. You're hearing from the super singers in miss journal. They were from camp session too. So we're gonna talk to hunter. Experimental let him introduce himself. So hey hunter. Welcome to the podcast. I miss hunter. My favorite cutler is read in. I liked denso's super coal. Do you have a favorite dinosaur t-rex At play among us to oh very cool very coal have you played any games With any of the kids from camp. Watch me you met. I don't know what to get you in touch. That'd be cool thing to do some other ones play too so hunter where is your lymph dima. I know you came Camp watch me. Where is your limiting located in my left leg. Nice and were you nervous for cam before you got there. No no were you excited. Yeah what were you excited about. Any other people is slim for the That's cool Before you had come to camp other than your dad had you met anyone else with dima igor grandpa adults that no other kids other kids snap at. What was it like for you when you met another kid with fema a new experience Other people will except for absolutely dima. Was it kinda cool to see some other kids wearing garments singing..
"igor" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"An opportunity for people in the community to have a touching point to find out what's going on. Or if they've got questions about how to get involved, get answered an earlier I watch the oven to on Raspberry Pi stream last. I was cooking and saw Dave Jones address and somebody I don't know. See things moving on life. After canonical talking about all things have been to on the Raspberry Pi. Yeah so as Alan As you can go to youtube.com or twitch.tv / and follow And subscribe. In those places to get notifications when those events happening in the future, Mark the snap Crafters Community is also being rebooted. So Igor on the snap Crafters Forum has kicked off a discussion about rejecting. The snapcraft is community now I wasn't aware that snapcraft just needed, rebooting as far as I was aware, it was always sort of rumbling along with people developing snaps and Publishing them or had it off bit stale recently. I think the problem was there were a limited number of people who were focusing their time on it and both of those two people you're currently looking at home and and we left canonical. And so I think what they wanted to do is rather leave it in the hands of a couple of people. They want to reboot it. So the dog More widely distributed. So in Indian individual community members can, you know, be responsible for particular applications that they are you most interested in rather than it being a single point of failure. On one person is responsible for basically all of them interesting because to be honest, the way that snapcraft this was presented gave me the impression. This as the case already, I didn't realize that it was basically the two of you. It kind of, is it just ended up being like, if you look at the committee history, there's certainly I'm not trying to take all the credit for all of the snap Crafters snaps. There were certainly wage contribute to by law of community people. And there would be the odd issue files and the Oddball request filed. But typically on a daily basis when there was a new version of Jenkins, or Android Studio, or what month, or matter, most or whatever, usually one of us on the team that that triggered the build tested it and then pushed it to the stable Channel. I think what they want to do is dead. With that load a bit wider so that, you know, people get. Yeah. Get people involved and get more people involved in even get people, building, new Snips, and put those in a snap Crafters as well, rather than just keep trucking on the ones that are there. You want to get more vacations in. Yeah, I mean, a lot of time has passed since that Crafters was originally conceived, and it was sort of an effort to bootstrap Community skills in creating snapse, and we didn't want, like, all of the snaps in the store to be random things published by, you know, Community, Endeavor and may be on that. Now, there's no thousands of snaps in the snap store and there is growing interest for people to make and publish snaps for projects that aren't interested in doing it themselves. So I think the other subtle twists here is that the snapcraft is is going to become sort of an analog to new to, which is Masters of the Universe, which is community contributors, that wage. And maintain packages of software. But in this case snaps instead of Deb's..
"igor" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"I dunno a song wave. As an example you create a slide compression of the air that compression pants to go away locally expense and as a result of the creates compression in the nearby region of space so then the next regional space is trying to decompress and by decompressing as it happens it compresses the next book of the year. And that's essentially how the is propagating. You have sort of Forces acting in such a way that something is increasing decreasing in this case pressure ended. Propagate south propagates so you could also career consider some density waves when the same happens to them. City other density is compressing region as a result compressing next region and so on so the coral magmatic way was supposed to be the wave where you have this alternating alternating densities of Regular charge for example electric charge and the coral charge and essentially. That goes like this. The charge is compressed in a small region of space than is creating certain koren's or if you wish the expansion but expansion in a form of some currents that are compressing. The next layer also either way of grading extra carl charge there. And this extra. Carl charge in the next layer then as propagating and expanding and creating again a charge compression in the next lay on so on so there will be kind of alternating eaten out. Waves all electric charge and carl charge and that would propagate and this will be quite unusual because the usual charge density waves the charge. Blase actually are strongly damped because the electrical and this would not be done presumably. According to this is that existed about twelve fifty years and we would see some signatures of those in In a detector from heavy ion collisions. Since this this happens in breeding many temperatures and it's relatively short Do you see any practical applications of this. This idea right well conceptually. Of course this was forced to fundamental question whether they can even exist potentially they do not in fact exist because of the underlying physics at happens there and that's that will sort it out on the route recently. But some implications of this carl clause must actually could be measured in the systems even Very simple systems that are not as exotic heavy ion collisions. Extremely high temperatures in those temperatures are record. Temperatures anywhere in space really. They are so high. The the only closest a possible temperatures existed only the early universe so it is extremely exotic. And you might be a fair to say well. This is unrealistic to have any applications. It's not true for the following reason if This is a general phenomenon than actually we could find. Analogues of carl Solid state materials About five years ago maybe a few years more than that. There was a discovery in Physics the discovery of new types of materials so-called barack and while materials. What's so special about them. Is that electron quasi particles in this systems. Do shave like massless. Formulas like massless particles with spin and not approximately by the way exactly massless particles in the system and they did it to be perfect examples of carl plazas so we have some sammy models they. They are called semi models because they are not Having a lot of really lou actions to conduct current but they do have Quite a few of them to actually.
"igor" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"That i have in mind. It was the Neutral pyan decays so. There is an elementary particle particle physics. Cayenne you could measure how long it lives in the taxpayers in all kinds of collision experiments. And you will find that. It doesn't actually. Siri lives legal. Loan than this theory would predict and It happens that. I said it wrong. By the way it leaves the much shorter than predicted. By the theory where this charge would be conserved so roughly speaking of their work conservation of this charge. The decay will be nearly forbidden in experiment. We saw that indicates pretty well into two quarters and that was a puzzle for nearly twenty years until it was realized by a couple of and genius people in physics that it's actually author. 'bout and who realize that. There is so-called anomaly that that charge cannot be possibly be conserved in quantum mechanics. It's actually broken by the so-called anomaly. So there is a formal procedure of one sizing a theory. And when you are trying to do that when the nation for some types of theories you will find that some of the charges absolutely cannot be preserved quantum theory and carl charges. One of those. So carl charge will be called a caro plaza. Okay sorry you're trying to say something. Yes society just wondering so the night Here i think about We have the same sort of concept's in chemistry and life sciences. Right so you know there's a direction preference of Rotate the molecule Holiday diglis something doesn't quite Quite superimpose as there is so bit a kylie here is not that great something completely different. It is not in exactly the same way. But the connection exists. Have the connection is the Orientation rally orientation with the momentum of particle co if he wished the directional it's motion and the spin that it cares on the spink is Essentially a quantum concept spin truly exists only include quantum theory so in this context. It implies that actually when we are talking about those karalis we mean the relative orientation of the spin and the direction of the motion of the particle. If you'd be particle is moving in a certain direction and the space pointing in the same direction. That's called the right handed particle if the pointing in the other direction it's the left-handed quad core on the perry. Transformation could be also defined a particle physics. And it will be relayed one particle to the other by this para transformation like a mirror. Image that you mentioned in chemistry and so so so we find in in this case we find. The symmetry is broken right so what we expected. The symmetry would not. If i understand this correctly i go right on. I don't really know much about it if we expect. The symmetry is not broken up. Have some expectations next to mitchell. Was something different right with first of all you have to appreciate what means the symmetry in this context. It's not just a symmetry like narrowing right handed articles two right-hander particles particles would direction Of speaking in one direction or the other. It's actually about the Overall number conservation of the particles that are left handed versus the number conservation of the right handed. The election hundred particles were being and the momentum the opposite direction. So let's say if you create a ten right handed particles and only two left handed particles. If this were a conserved properly concert charge you would never change the overall number of the left handed and right handed particles that it happens to be violated which means that some of those right handed particles could turn into left-handed particles without any penalty right. And so so. That's what we find experimentally..
"igor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Moldova's Pro-EU President Sandu Sworn In
"Of Moldova has inaugurated its first female president, NPR's Lucy and Kim. Reports. The Harvard graduate and former World Bank economist is pledging to forge closer ties to the European Union against Russia's wishes. Maya Sandu took the presidential oath of office in the Moldovan capital, Kishan now sure. Sendero? Yes, Sunder one in November runoff election against the incumbent, Igor Dough done who made dozens of trips to Moscow during his term in office. Moldova is ethnically linked to its neighbor Romania and NATO and U member. We also maintains close ties to Russia. Sandu has called for Russian troops based in a separatist region of Moldova to go home and wants better relations with the EU and United States. Lucian Kim.
Business Partner of Giuliani Associate Is Expected to Plead Guilty in a New York Court
"Plea change for a co defendant in the campaign finance case against two former associates of President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Judi Giuliani. David Korea allegedly worked with Love Parness and Igor Frumin, two former associates of Rudy Giuliani. Johnny to inject foreign cash into US political campaigns. The idea, court records said, was to curry favor with certain state and federal politicians that would benefit a future business venture involving recreational marijuana. Korea was charged with conspiracy, and he's now decided to plead guilty during a hearing Thursday morning. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski, You're listening to ABC News.