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"jeffery" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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Let's go to the phones. Eight seven seven to one thousand nine. Steve let's go to line four and talk to mark out of fayetteville north carolina remark. Hey how you doing good. What's going on brother. What's on your mind man. Hey man i wanted to Call you and tell you that you very inspirational brother and appreciate you and I too long but I was I didn't have a father in my life. I and i got Three kids two boys and a six year old on the seventeen sixty. And you know. I've been watching you on two. And a lotta shows. And i'll take you a lot of vice on to raise the raise them teach them how to be a man and i just want to tell you that i appreciate to La you from the bottom of my heart. Then i'll just keep doing what you well. I appreciate that man. Thank you so much a lot of what you hear me saying on the radio and stuff like that is because i have some really really smart people around me that. Keep me focused at keep me in line. On track is mostly are shirley horseshoe hundred is all about old shirley line five. Let's go to geoffrey out of temple hills maryland. Jeffrey shirley to college nasty. Tommy thank you so much in Like agenda just got through saying. That's a hobby man. You have been a great great inspiration to things that i really want to bring to your attention. I know we've been celebrating with ecstatic about the election. And all but we got encourage people they want to be around the inauguration ration- they need a mask up may need to really be careful. Mascot then number two at the hobby would advise because you got so many supporters. That do listen to you follow your instructor. What do we do. now we've got the election. We have we want nail. What happens to that's the most important thing we next got to do. This piece of businesses in the state of georgia because we have to get these two senators warnick and alcohol. Whatever his name jon ossoff. Okay okay. we'll we'll get the names right but only what his name here. But we gotta get these two people elected to the senate so we can have a tie in the senate. The tie breaker becomes vice president. Who is you know who. So that's the most important thing you have to do. But now that we celebrate it we have to now get down to the business of the continuation of registering are people of keep talking about our people now about the importance of the other elections. See now that we see that our vote can change things that vote could be a deciding factor. I'll vote is the reason why kept telling y'all we can show them that since. You don't believe our lives matter. I bet when we show you our votes matter. I'll bet you would think our lives matter. They all knew it. Now lindsey graham racists asked was on tv with his rhetoric on saturday night. I couldn't believe this guy. But then again i could because i'm sixty three and i've been around a long time. See madelynn cashiers. Some with you. I'm from welsh west. Virginia i know what color only water fountains look. I couldn't read the signs as a little boy. That good. But i i. I've been there. I been to. Uk eat his lunch counter. You got to go round to the back up in there. I've been there man so to see what we've come through. What we've done is amazing to me. But we have some unfinished business in that. We got to get into all these small elections. These may all races the hoover oboe racist e senate racists. We got to get involved. Who these judges and sheriffs is going to be because we have the power and we go to show them that. This was not a fluke. What happened in georgia. We are going to the reelection of these two candidate in run off for the senate and we're gonna show him it a fluke. They don't believe me greasy all right. Thank you steve. Coming up next tommy's prank phone call right after this. You're listening to morning show. 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Philadelphia Eagles injury report: Jalen Reagor will miss time with a thumb injury, and more
"Elsewhere around the NFL Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery returned to practice today coming back from a foot injury. Jeffries first practice in 9.5 months. He reportedly does not have a chance to play this week or next week, but could play week five. Philly also lost murky receiver Jalen Raker for roughly eight weeks with a thumb injury yesterday.
"jeffery" Discussed on The Working Experience
"He pointed out that homosexuality had long been considered a crime and was still punishable by death in some parts of the world. So again, this is Epstein trying to rationalize and it just like. Why you would try to rationalize this to somebody is utterly beyond I mean try to compare what he did homosexuality is. I mean, these people have such a blind spot of things. They do he later on invited the reporter to dinner with him and Woody Allen Steve Bannon, and another kind of powerful person. Steve Bannon, said, he'd never been invited to dinner with. Epstein, I. Don't think he wanted to know I mean none of this Woody Allen's people didn't respond for comment. He kept contacting the reporter. He wanted the reported a write his biography. And after a while he he felt like Epstein just wanted companionship like he just wanted. You know somebody to talk to and right? I mean, it's so. Again for leaving Epstein, what he did aside and all that we can take it as read. He was a horrible human being kind of deserve what he got. But again, this is this is not over this woman is still there and as you say. Some very powerful people could be having some sleepless nights until she's gone taken care I've ever. But you know if if she does get taken out and she had set up, the something happens to me, everything gets released. It's going to be so she might be. Protected. The question is. was going to be really interesting. IS ISSUE GOING TO BE KILLED? Right? And or or she? She even going to be prosecuted like something going to happen to Orange, they just gonNA. Let her off or at something like look I get sentenced to five years due to in a country club and then I go home. and. That's it, and then I. Then I disappear I disappear course she's she would have to be looking over shoulder the rest of her life. She would have to be going into some serious witness protection, and again her father died under mysterious circumstances because of his. Fraud ing I mean when the most Saad doesn't want to see when you're what do they call it in finance, you're an asset or a liability. Yeah your liability reliability. Your bye-bye. You don't want to buy. Yeah. That's IT and two story aren't everybody will Thanks a lot for listening as we delve through this salacious topic. Leashes we hear the Working Spurs. We don't back off I'll put you know it could be that some very powerful people. Some very powerful people do listen to this podcast absolutely matt, and I are actually working on a salacious honeypot project right now. I'm saying I could be putting my life in danger because they're listening to this and saying who the working. We're GONNA, be in the news, one of the Co host of the world. was taken out yesterday he drowned in his bathtub and me people would be like that was probably just an accident. He just. He drowned in his own bathtub and he had a three dozen, Dunkin, donuts box next to his corpse. Would say, yeah, that sounds about right. Yeah that was an accident. All right. Everybody will be back at you next week with some more hard hitting topics. All right. Thanks everyone for listening. Thank you everyone for listening to this episode of the working experience. We'd like to thank our sponsors, one circle media, and the still believe.
"jeffery" Discussed on The Working Experience
"When when you get into these upper reaches of society, it really gets bizarre. It does hit bizarre. Remember the movie Stanley Kubrick's last movie. Eyes Wide. Shot. Oh reminds me of that. You know like the sex. Scenes. Yeah. I i. mean it's hard for me to believe. That's not true. I've read. So many different accounts to say that those things there's Oh, definitely. Definitely I mean I've never attended any, but I guess you so bored and your soul like you just think you can do whatever you want that you're going to want. You know thirty. Much. Yeah. Well, and this is an interesting little tidbit that came out Epstein claims claimed at the time. That, he advised Elon Musk when musk ran afoul of the SEC and I remember this because I had invested in solar city in Tusla for a time that he released on twitter that he was either looking for or had received private funding for Tesla. And because he's such a Nutjob, he announced this on twitter. So then the SEC got involved because apparently that was in violation of some code or whatever. So Epstein. Claims that musk was coming to him for advice? He didn't go into specifics, but he claimed he had an email from us. Later, on he said, it was from someone who worked for MOSK. Then, the reporter steward asked if he could speak to the person Epstein said, he got the email from Epstein, claimed he talked to the guy, the guy didn't WanNa, talk which. Who knows if any of this is true Kelly Supreme. Spokesperson for Moscow said and I think this is interesting here. This direct quote. It is incorrect to say that Epstein advised Ilan on anything. which to me doesn't sound like a flat out. No. You. Know what I mean. It's like. We're open a little bit. Yeah. If she had just said Look Elon Musk had contact with Jeffrey I've seen about anything whatsoever. This is all blatant lie. But. It's incorrect to say as if it's like, it should be characterized differently. And I think Orelon. Just doesn't WANNA. Omit anything to do with Jeffrey. Epstein. I mean. Understandably, which would say know, and also Jeffrey MC was a major. Benefactor for the sciences. So he was in, you know I, think he was. Bill Gates Harvard Yale. The LIT MIT, the list of institutions and people that took donations from him are very lengthy in very powerful powerful people and institutions. I. Think Mit a couple months ago. They had to like publicly return some of the money which got all these other questions, I? mean. If it was before two, thousand seven and MIT could say look, we had no idea what this guy was into donated money I. Mean You know? I. It was after two, thousand seven and I believe some of these people were still with Epstein after to like weren't they still in contact? I mean, he was rearrested on new charges. I believe, right? Yeah. So You know I it I guess it begs the question just to take a purely objective point of view. If in two thousand, nine, I knew Geoffrey, steen could make me fifty million dollars because he was actually an investment genius. Maybe I'd say like, oh. He served his sentence. I, don't know. He did. Did his time who am I to judge? He paid his debt to society what my God. But. When. He says, he has dirt on very powerful people I. Guess. That's true and maybe they just. Figured after a while he wasn't it like if he was going to go down, he was going to take a Lotta people down if they didn't get him out well. That's that's I. think that's one of the main reasons why he was taken out and now maxwell. You know. Let's see. is she going to mysteriously? Commit. Suicide. Okay. If that happens, I don't even know if they can just five out. That's yeah. I just I don't know. I, think she along with Epstein has. I think there are. Irrefutable evidence whether they be pictures videos. Of. Some very compromising situations for very, very powerful people that they do not want to get out and I'm not just talking about. You, know the billionaire sat I'm talking about heads of state presidents, prime ministers. I'm sure princes. You know. Saturday. Saudi Arabian royal tycoons. There are very very damaging information and I think that. You know you're not just talk. You know talking about topping toppling economies. Nations is stuff like this comes out. So I I think she's going to be I. Think someone's GonNa kill her well. I heard a just anecdotally that there was some sort of bail hearing and they're. No No. No, she's not going to be out on bail. I mean, she'd be a sitting duck. You know you. Go the question is is like. is she for in prison or she safer in the public because she hasn't been killed yet? She wasn't killed when she was free. No Which? Is Surprising. You would think somebody would wanNA. GIVE SOMEBODY WANTED TO BE A. It'd be a lot easier for someone to kill her I would think you know just kind of you know sometimes, they play the card of look if something happens to me, there are videos and documents in a safe deposit. That's what I. That's what I. Think's the card she played We'll look at, you know when I watched the documentary on Bernie Madoff. A few people at the end of it said, he went into prison because he didn't want to get killed I mean he had ripped off some very powerful. All. Yeah. Worried about absolute odd. Because he'd stolen from Jewish hospitals and things like that. Lot of people not happy with them. So, Epstein said I pulled this quote? This is what Epstein said to the reporter. Criminalising sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and that at times in history, it was perfectly acceptable..
"jeffery" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Is it is it in the realm of possibility to that? Really do think they would really go that far. To allow young girls to be exploited like that I. You know, but also the question is for where did I've seen get all of his money. We mentioned that in the beginning because apparently his clients have not been named like it's you know he he ran supposedly a hedge, fund. The own, the CEO or owner Victoria's secret like gave him stuff like. Didn't. He like just give him. Is it an like seventy, million dollar apartment like there's all this like weird stuff like. While you know. So it's like okay as monies into question. Also, how does a private citizen pull all this off? I, mean, this is a huge while. Also, the points. If he's a financial wizard, those guys are working eighteen twenty hours a day. When does he have time to do all of this? And be this hedge fund. Wizard. is another and just logistically like how does he pull all of this off? is also yeah. I. Mean he I mean he he doesn't. Use a hedge if he owned the hedge. Fund. He. And he was he, he wouldn't really work be working like sixteen eighteen hours a day. Some do some don't. But as you say, there are no records to like. There's no right. That is the most oddity, get all of this money and and I'm. Sorry. It's much like made off. Right. So he falsified all those records. So if you if you're a hedge fund a, Mutual Fund you you're treaty right and these this is sec. You. Have Records. So if you. Buy Ibm someone sells IBM you can't. You can make those records up like made off did which is totally fictitious. But you'll be once you look into those records. You know that they're falsified with Epstein. There are no trains there zero. There's nothing like, yeah. How how does that? That's the most damning piece of evidence is there's there. So what what is, what is Hedge Fund? Do it just took in money and then didn't invest it. So why were people giving Epstein Money? That's well I. mean if again, Zoff theoretical if he's spying for Israel, Israel could have given him that money. If they knew Epstein was wired this way anyway wouldn't really have a problem with. The CIA has done a lot of dirty things. Oh, yeah. Intelligence agencies are not known for their moral stances. I mean, is it out of the realm of possibility would allow this to go on know and also I would say this? How do you get all these girls? Out of the country into other countries, like where's the passport controls like where where it just seems like way too big operation for even a person with a lot of money who doesn't have enough heat and easily he could easily have done it. With private jets. Yeah. I. Guess. You're you're you're paying people like the Bahamas Matt while yet. I mean come on, you could. You could just pay off a customs official without any problem. So all this is not to say that I've seen was not a criminal, an awful person child, molester? But it just goes to say that he was also doing it with another purpose which brings in Gilchrist. Ghislaine, Maxwell and was protected on some levels now, another piece of the Pie. Is the daily beast reports that this may have been. Kind of the sort of the chicken and the egg that Epstein was arrested initially in two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven for You procuring underage girls, and he was then offered a deal by federal prosecutors because. He later on, showed up in a trial against as a witness against two executives at bear stearns who were accused of securities fraud. Now again. For Federal prosecutors to give a guy a pass. On molesting kids. Data is just data vert securities fraud. Now, for securities fraud, that's to me is a bit of a stretch. I mean. If that came back. If that ever got out that I mean than whoever that was, I, don't know if that's the FBI or whoever would that's a lot to? To answer for. But I, mean you know. The again with informants with witnesses who like Sammy, the Bull von Oh people like that. Like. You sort of by definition need criminals to do these things. But those are two very different crimes and I. I would say Jeffrey Epstein's crimes are far worse than securities fraud, but it was put out there that you know. Anyway, he got off now I mean, it's it's. It's far worse. It's not even. Know, I know, but it was put out there i. mean the daily Beast did they. They had some information that this may have been a factor. The point is he got an extraordinarily lenient sentence in two thousand, seven, Alexandra Kosta wasn't able to provide or wasn't willing to provide much information beyond he was told he was punching above his weight back off, you do have ghislain Maxwell's father's ties to the Massad, the questions about why was she involved in any of this I mean, what did she have to gain from this I? Guess Maybe Epstein paying her or? I assume those. But even that, but like she she was rich to begin with. Yeah. Know I don't I don't know if money factors into it, but I, don't know There's I mean what you know. We. We to get. into. The circumstance where you know quote Unquote Jeffrey Epstein. Killed himself suicide. I think that is. A there is clearly foul play like. There's no way. Just every the cameras didn't work look at his. His cellmate was like the jacked up boom box type A guy from Westchester, he's like an ex cop. Did you see a picture of his cellmate? In solitary confinement. No. He and some guy who's like just an ex cop was brought up on drug charges and I think murder Sky Sky could killed ninety nine point nine percent of the population with his bare hands. Well. The the official. Word. Is that Epstein committed suicide. But as you say, there's evidence that he was strangled to death. I don't think they care when I say they massad whoever was involved. He someone took him out well, that then begs the question who has kind of influence. I mean who able to reach into a federal prison and murdering and have an inmate killed. You. Now. The, guards very very powerful people will, and you had a lot of powerful. You don't. You don't think like the CIA or the FBI. No I know. They could. They could pull something like that off. Why I mean, I guess you disable the camera, the guards walk out for a few minutes. They pay the cellmate a few bucks. And promise them whatever Yeah, and boom boom you're dead. Well, this leads into The first thing I ran across was. This article by James. Stewart of the New York. Times wrote about an encounter. He had with Epstein. That took place I think maybe around two thousand ten or something like that. It was after he had served his quote unquote sentence. I've seen invited him to his home in Manhattan, which apparently was the largest private residents in. The city of New York, which may have been what you were talking about. The Victoria secret guy gave a down. It was like Seventy Million Bucks Centene Epstein pretty much came right out of the gate and said, he had a lot of dirt on some very powerful people, their sexual proclivities and drug use. he claimed that because of his conviction, he was a pariah, but people still came and wanted to talk to him about their sort of confessed their deeds I. Guess they found. They had like a kindred soul here with Jeffrey Epstein. and. Then enough to feel embarrassed. Now, whether any of that is true or not, who knows I think most powerful people would not want to be anywhere near Jeffrey abstain for any length of time But? Except for Bill. Clinton do you know that in Jeffrey Epstein's apartment in Manhattan or maybe it was in his Bahamas compound? He had a painting of Bill Clinton in. Address..
"jeffery" Discussed on The Working Experience
"You don't need to do much violate a federal parolee. He's always let go. Why is that? Why was jeopardy abstained? Let go with all this evidence. He gets a thirteen year sentence So again, the people who can provide valuable information, it's always the double edged sword, the informant. HAS TO BE ALMOST BY DEFINITION INVOLVED IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES So they're allowed a certain amount of leeway to say the F. B. I., an international child sex ring to go on is is a stretch. Even a kind of your more liberal reporters aren't going to say that, and yes, they knew about Jeffrey. Epstein's proclivities I. Think after he was. He pled guilty to all this. He really didn't deny it. So again, it's like, Whoa then what's going on why? If it's not the FBI CIA Who is it, and what's what's happening here? And this is what brings us to get slain maxwell and you know talking about. Well, it's logistics. Yeah. Just to sorry to interrupt. But the thing about it was is it wasn't. All pedophilia like there were young girls in there, but girls of legal age legal consent. But there were some mixed in there that were younger than. You know an where he was in the Bahamas I, don't even know what the legal age of consent is in the Bahamas, but even in the US it's different like. New. York. I. Think Massachusetts, if it's eighteen, but like Texas I think at sixteen or fifteen. Depends on what state you're in the clearly violated the law though. I mean. There's no doubt. But my my thing is it wasn't. All. I don't know how many girls. -clusive underage girl even if they were of age, there were charges of trafficking that he had taken girls those sex traffic. I am not I'm not defending him any stretch of the imagination. I'm just saying that legal standpoint. Yes. Well I had violated the law enough from a legal standpoint that he was charged and all of that. and then this woman slain maxwell again, friend business partner girlfriend procure according to prosecutors of a lot of these girls She's an interesting character. She was recently arrested in Canada. I believe. Brought to the United. States. And she's in I. Guess what you might call protective custody because you know Jeffrey Epstein supposedly committed suicide, but we'll get to that. Ghislaine Maxwell the daughter of British media mogul Robert Maxwell. And I forget what what the company he was. He started he sort of like a I think a rupert. Murdoch type character. Yeah, I. Think it was media publishing or something in that nature right he was suspected. I think they have very good solid evidence that he was spying for the most Saad for the Soviet, union, for both for one or the other at any given time The word fraudster is that applied in different publications I. Don't know exactly what is fraud? But. He died under mysterious circumstances in Nineteen ninety-one. So. There's a book called me. She had Danny Issues Epstein was. Her her facts Daddy. Why I don't know how old she is means I, think she's sort of our age. No, she is. I'm just joking. Oh. Okay. All right. So how does all that time Epstein while there's a book called Epstein, Dead Men tell no tales. and. In there, there is a Mossad agent who? Claims that Epstein and Maxwell were introduced to the Massad by her father Robert. Now. When we get to the procurement thing because there's no doubt Jeffrey Epstein Likes, underage girls. He. Has admitted that and later on. If we have time, we'll talk about the very strange meeting. New York Times reporter had with Epstein at Epstein's request. So, what the deal was is that what this book alleges is that the Mossad were running a honey trap, they were using Epstein and Maxwell to run what is called a honey trap. Honey trap is you know it's an age old thing where like the Soviet Union, would have this beautiful Russian. Spy In America, she would cozy up to a senator or something like that. The senator would have an affair with her. She would get information out of them. In this work both ways you know all a lot of countries do this And, then they would blackmail the senator or they. You know they would take the information. He had given to the woman usually women. Sometimes, it was men. and. And there you go. I mean they would also sometimes if they had reason to believe that a high powered person was homosexual and this was like the nineteen fifties, nineteen, sixty s where would have been a huge scandal that would also be a honey trap. You know that some young man to seduce him this happened kind of recently member that woman. She was. Yes. It was a Russian. And she was like she was lobbying for the NRA or something like that yeah, yeah yeah and then also. The. Jenner Lawrence Movie Red Sparrow wasn't that of that subject matter where she was like a plane a Russian. She was a allure if you will more like facination stuff and all that. But. Basically, what they were doing was getting lowering these powerful men in. They have sex with an underage girl. There's pictures there's video, and now this is used to blackmail. These very powerful people. So that's where supposedly according to this Guy Ghislaine Maxwell factors into all of this. So. That's maybe going back to Alexander Kosta. was what he was referring to when he was told to back off now for me the leap, I don't really understand as how the Massad. is able to influence in American district attorney. But Epstein was pals with trump. He was housed with Clinton. He was pals with very powerful people. So, there's also that idea that. One of those, I think that you know. I. Think Bill Clinton flew in epsteins private jet twenty, seven time. Yeah. Yeah. That's a that's a tough one and then was it. Is it Prince Albert that who it is, Andrew. I'm sorry. Prince Andrew. His interview about this. If you if you don't have a chance if our view side of chances, please Google and watch this horrific interview. Of. Him Be I. Believe I. Don't know if it was the BBC for was a London something where he's interviewed and it is like nails on a chalkboard a he. I mean this guy's not guilty I. Don't know what it's. Well, he's a guy that the most odd my target. Now, I don't know why specifically or Bill Clinton or people like that. But. You know. For one country to just have weight on a powerful person in another country I mean trump. This has been brought up with trump and Russia constantly that. It makes sense with Israel. You know the small countries. So they influence like the United States for their policy. So they have dirt on. Bill Clinton, they have dirt on, you know the prince, Prince? Andrew England's another other superpower. So it does make sense. The question is, is it? You know?.
"jeffery" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Ninety three north is almost at a standstill yet. So rub one out there the scorning snow and sleet. There is no service on any clear of the closing doors lease Fox could be a few minutes. Mantra traffic atmosphere should make sure. Johnny that report SAT. Shore, wants. To. See. that. Team meeting at ten, fifty they. Work makes the dream work moving into, and after the meeting, we'll have a breakout session. Where am I? Hot Microwave if discuss. Hey everybody. Welcome to another edition of the working experience podcasts, Maddie carry. And, John and we're coming at you at a very hot time of the year. So little bit of a Heatwave Matt. How are you dealing with that hot time in a hot topic? Oh. There's a segue. Take you to write that. We. Got A sizzler, we got a sizzling You know what? I. Like the term Salacious Lucious as right. A, lot. I like to throw that around the office salacious I've been dealing with it Sweating. Very sweaty, very moist. I was like that to moist. Voice and data Mu- much like Jeffrey Epstein. When he found out that he was going to be charged with a pedophile ring, probably got very moist voice sweaty. Well, yeah. We're GONNA talk about. Jeffrey. We're not, going to get into. The whole deal I mean everybody knows he was arrested for running an underage child sex ring. He was a pedophile. made some very strange statements to a New York Times. Reporter after he. was initially arrested and serve that quote. Unquote sentence I. mean he barely got any sentence. where he basically said, he didn't see anything wrong with having sex with underage girls that at certain times in our civilization, it was perfectly acceptable. Blah Blah, blah the usual BS. Justifications. So. We all know that. But what's happened recently is that his confidante girlfriend business partner of her referred to in multiple ways, Ghyslaine. Maxwell. was recently arrested. I believe in Canada. and. She was seen as a procurer. For Epstein. Now, a question I've always had is why in God's name? Would she ever get involved in something like this I mean, maybe I'm being sexist here, but I mean, it'd be awful if anyone was involved, but it surprised me that a woman was involved in procuring. On stage girls, you think I think she might be a little more empathetic about the situation. But there are things that have come to light no real answers but The idea that just Epstein or the theory that he was linked to intelligence services, and this is through Ghislaine Maxwell. Yeah and I, mean, we don't know what their relationship was. You know. Did they have a you know platonic relationship to have an intimate relationship was, did she do it for the money? I'm sure that and then also to where to Jeffrey Epstein's money come from. That is so I. I never really knew much about that. I just assumed he had clients and Blah Blah Blah that apparently. That is very unclear as to where his money actually came from. The The. FBI. Was Investigating his hedge fund and they were looking for trading records. And the confined, which is you know he had a billion dollar hedge fund and there were no records, which is a little bit suspect Matt. Well. What from what I understand and I'll I'll say from the get go trying to do research on. This is like shoveling sand into the ocean like you read one article and it mentioned some stuff about the FBI, the financial deal. It's it's a conspiracy theories wet dream. Yes, and I've never been on read it before, but I went on there just to look at something. It's a deep dark hole, my friend I founded utterly useless and completely unscathed last, eck, and all that. So. Basically what were the starting point I could get to was that Alexander Kosta was a district attorney for southern. Florida. In two thousand seven. At Steen, was grabbed for this underage sex ring. He's having sex with underage girls. He's procuring girls for other people. He gets off with something like a thirteen month sentence much of which is house arrest. He could go to his office and work. Any normal person, any average citizen would have been in jail for decades. that. When he he had to go to jail, but then could go home at night was in it or it could go to home to work a the reverse I think in sleep of dark. Yeah. And then after a while I think he's wearing a bracelet or something it was. Yeah. Yeah. I probably spent a couple of nights and he was like listen. This is not me. I'm just GonNa I'm just going to stay at home. Right, so it's widely agreed that under any normal circumstances for an average citizen. This is decades in prison if not life in prison. now. Alexandra, CASTA has moved onto. I. Guess Be the head of the Department of Labor in the trump administration. And when he was being that it for the job interviewed for this job or however you want to call it. He was asked about this because it was like, why did Jeffrey Epstein off with a two year? Pretty much non sentence non prosecutorial like a little a slap on the wrist, right? a cost acclaimed and I believe this is documented. That he was, he was told he was above his pay grade Jeffrey Epstein was above his pay grade. He was told and I'm quoting here to back off. Because quote Epstein belonged to intelligence. now, I have the quote here from Kosta. Which I think is worth reading if I can call it up here real quick. I'm it's different article So maybe you're looking that is you know if he was involved with intelligence, then it begs the question were these intelligence agencies. Massad the. FBI, whatever it is, did they. They must have had knowledge of his proclivity for underage girls and the sex ring that he was running, and if so did they turn a blind eye to it? Well, the the initial. So the question is okay. First of all is this true 'cause. It's SORTA like well, wait a minute. This is the first. We're all hearing about this an Kosta obviously had to answer for. This sentence I mean he had to sign off on this. So it was like, okay. Why? All right now, this intelligence thing comes up. Okay. So you're saying I've seen was a spy a spy for WHO. And like what? What intelligence was a gathering? What was he doing? Now. According to The Observer, which is where I gleaned a lot of information. They claim sources, their claim, the FBI. Informant, get a certain amount of leeway. CIA. FBI. Whoever the working for Charles Manson. I. Mean. We interviewed Tom O'Neil, there was There's a theory out there that Charles Manson was the CIA FBI informant and you know basement. The guy's a federal parolee. He's arrested multiple times..
"jeffery" Discussed on The Working Experience
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Boy, 15, fatally shot in Jeffery Manor, Chicago police say
"Year old boy has been shot and killed on Chicago's South side. Police say it was a drive by shooting just before the start of this evening's rush hour near 98 then Hoxie that's just west of Veterans Memorial Park in the city's Jefferson rather Jeffrey Manor neighborhood, Chicago police say they've assigned to homicide detectives to this case. Only a vague description put out so far, only saying they're looking for the driver of a light colored vehicle
"jeffery" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"When the police arrived, the boy was incoherent, and they accepted the word of Dahmer, a white man in a largely poor African American community, because he literally lived in the ghetto, lived like a shitty apartment. He was probably. Like a project building, he was like one of the only way this entire fucking apartment and Artist for him? was neighbors did like him actually like they did say that he was like an upstairs citizens. Nice Guy me in my groceries all that kind of ship. This is crazy, so boy runs out. He's fucking naked, and he already drill the fucking hole in this kid's head weird. How the cops on the fucking blood slowly going down? This kid's fucking face. Dahmer comes out sins this whole. Like. Drill so like a fucking. Boring I'm sure. How much? I'm pretty sure Mike almost like yeah, because even the movie it shows that. Very careful and only. For more. Quickly I couldn't imagine like in the sound of it and shit like and in your head while you're just fucked. Man is in the movie. It shows this and how the boys is kind of fucked up and you. Still he wasn't like he was incoherent, but it just looked like he was drunk to the cops. Really went up and he was like. No, this is my boyfriend. Too much drink, want to take them back home. That's okay just like. He's a little drunk guy, the apartment. and. They fucking believe Dahmer. which is crazy? In fact, a boy was only fourteen years old. And a brother of Latino Teen Dahmer had molested three years fucking earlier that other the one that he got caught for that fucking blows my mind brother, so that was his younger brother there Oh my God I know so, and that's fucked up so just like this family. Yes, and a good look now. I know I. Just like the whole head drilling thing trips me out because the movie shows a pretty well, being fucking slumped over his. It's like yeah, just enough to bring Scotland you're not really. He just muscle Scott and get the fuck. It's like just like poor Bakari in the brain shot of it from his head, and you know if the booze got plenty of. That was my goods. The police escort Donald the boy home, clearly not wishing to become an involved in a homosexual domestic disturbance. He couldn't have drilled in before. The police caught him no way. They drove them home. I know like Demos. That won't last time I must be. Might have, been. It might have been after you probably right unless the movie just betrayed it wrong. Because a member in the movie he did drill the head I in the fucking park. No like boy escape which things because zone? And the thing is like I do think far. Did they go to? The COP needed the drive. Just just I think it was like wasn't far, but I guess like she goes good home. Because of the just let them go. It's like. Like well we'll. We'll the deal with them in an hour or some shit. You know what I mean just walking around drunk and. Okay and he's grabbing his Hoodie and just covering the whole. See who knows because in the movie? It does show that I don't know if that I look more detail. If that was the case, it'd be actually digilent- made me just fucking. Put a bandage on. It's fine he's. Said so. They just took a curiosity look around before leaving in the apartment, but his apartment. Pretty SPIC and span other than the bedroom and the bathtub. Veteran of the! is to look popular headlines and his apartment was like. It's a carriage TV like. Stay sick, fucking poor guy shit once the police left the seen. Dahmer killed the boy with his usual rituals unusual our usual return for him as usual Richard, I guess either one. Had they conducted on even basic search police would have found the body of Dahmer's twelve victim. Tony Hughes I'm assuming in the bedroom. 'cause like he used to keep them. Prior. Play these fucking. Put these on facebook, but like do you want to look up the crime scene? It does show a lot of the fucking shit. And he used to put him, and he would display them in fucked up positions to like their backs bent. Go ahead billy one day tonight. If you look, you can fuck one guys like literally in the. Girls Doing Yoga the tower whatever they go like just. Like that planking, Kinda Shit where like putting their hands, and the was that called the exorcist how she? This downward dog, but backward yeah, and they used to be like. that. We shared. It's like display them. To him. It was Dahmer's cooling killing spree ended when he was arrested on July, twenty, second nineteen ninety-one, the body parts found in Dahmer's refrigerator and polaroid photographs of his victims became. Obviously. It it was associated with his notorious killing spree. They realized like. Oh, it's not just one person and the cops credit showed up, and we're like and they finally served as fuck. And when they looked in the fridge, I didn't I. Bet would have been. They looked in the fucking bedroom and they saw the body because he used to. He would cuddle. With the dead bodies to get all of G and. Or trying to preserve them, and that's why I think. Are they in Legged Joel? Joel something wrong. When I cut them up. I'm pretty sure and the exhausting amount. He killed seventeen people, the the amount of cutting these people up, and all the process of going into it must have been like fish fucking. Wipe out there sweating. Yeah, he's always working out but I'm thinking that you come the bodies in the bathtub with ice for that for now, but it doesn't. A, couple of day I think what really caught him I think was the fucking smell there. Somebody commented the fuck interstellar. Police came in there like gagging because now this time how many body parts he really have! How many boys you really? Got ignificant Agean all those body parts in all lives in so he into his bed. Oh my God so discussed at smalls like home. To Milwaukee Police officers were led to Dahmer when they picked up tracy hours a thirty two year old. African American man who it's weird why? Black dudes using tracy, but I never know white dude named Tracy Tracy Morgan. There is like. Ice Cubes Ice Tea. ICED tea rapper. His name is Tracy,.
The Public Transit Problem in San Francisco
"As cities across the US. Start opening backup. There is a question looming over many of the country's biggest economies public transit trains. Subways and bus lines are crucial to cities like New York. Chicago and San Francisco but public transit tends to pack people together. It is basically a social distancing. Maher Jeffrey Tomlin is the director of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency right now. Streetcars and rail systems in the city are not running and many bus routes have been shut down but as San Francisco starts to re-open Jeffery has to find a way to safely restart public transit. We call Jeffrey at his home. Or by the way it's a little spotty in places But if we are so thrilled to have you with US thank you for joining us So how long have you been with the San Francisco? Mta I started on December sixteenth was pretty intense first one hundred days. Oh my gosh you just started yes. I'm sorry that's A. That's a lot really fast. So Jeffrey. What steps did you take? The pandemic started Soon as the emergency order was issued a cut of military style strategic war room council gets formed and we formed that quickly knowing that the issues around the virus. We're going to hit our department. I so we put all that together at the end of February and then in a worm style. Like like in the movies really. Yeah I mean you know you're spaced out in a big conference room with whiteboards trying to figure out what on three going to so from what I understand. There are some cities that have opened up. And you've been kind of taking some inspiration from from cities like Taipei that have gotten their public transportation system up in running And I think I read that you had like a zoom call with the transit director in. Taipei's that right that's right in fact the mayor of Taipei Join US Which was a special treat Not only as a city are they reducing dramatically but they are having a very very low transmission rate on their public transit and they're public transit ridership is nearly back to a pre covet level. Oh so what are they doing? They have rigidly enforced Wearing a face coverings. They put up temperature checking stations at the fare gates before you get on the subway. Little infrared pens that like basically it goes near your forehead and it's an infrared reader off of your forehead so mask requirements temperature checks. What else are they doing? Contact tracing is a really really big deal and this is another area where we're going to struggle in the United States the the intensity of the contact tracing that they do in part because of the public surveillance cameras. How do you feel about the prospect of getting San Francisco Public Transit? Like ready for you know to have like it's normal. Seven hundred thousand people writing it. We know more now about how to protect our workers and so more workers are coming back to work on. That is the first step and then the second step is having that uncomfortable conversation with our city leaders. About how much are we prepared to enforce the rules so Jeffrey? A lot of the changes you're talking about would be quite expensive What is the San Francisco? Mta's budget situation so back in January separate Cisco's at the peak of a boom economy wealthier than it has ever been one of the wealthiest cities in the world and the Transportation Agency had a sixty million dollar structural deficit meaning. Our expenses were rising significantly faster than our revenue and we were going to have to cut something or find new revenue just in order to be able to keep swimming in place by the time shelter in place was ordered in mid March. Our primary revenue streams were down eighty to one hundred percent so the city is devastated economically and the transportation department more so at the moment than most other agencies because we are so dependent upon transit fares and parking fees and fines and all of those went zero. So that's the other thing that keeps me awake at night. How on Earth do I deliver service to the public in this time of intense need at the same time our revenue has completely collapsed and the absolute last thing that I want to do is to lay off a single worker in a time of economic crisis unprecedented since the Great Depression? We have to figure out what what gets cut a Ford to deliver the service that we had been delivering back in January and it will be a while before the city's economy comes back
"jeffery" Discussed on Sharp The Podcast
"A. R. Y. Your website can people go to your website and see some of what you do from cinematography perspective. Some of the work. You do with examples on there they can and DC. What I did there I got a professional voice over to get another one. Some of what you some of the work you've done is what those of us that lived in. The eighties used to call glamor photography. The human foreman zone features quite low in your work which I think is beautiful. I think it's amazing clooney to make people aware that that means some of the imagery is not for yellow is I? That's very true. It's fine art nude photography some of it not of fair portion of it It's one of the most challenging things any Visual Crater can do Is extremely delicate very to do well Identify I've done it well. I've tried to extremely hard to do it. But that's the difference between the the what I did. Come Ashley and the work that I did to test myself because the very very different well listen Laura. It's been fantastic talking to you. I really really appreciate your time. Some of what we might even it to the final cop who remarked tobacco for two hours. Great what else is new as well. I would prefer but it's been really really good anything else. You want to say before we finish yet if if you've been listening to this. Thank you very strange for me to be communicating with you like this. I usually do it through pictures and voice so thank you very much for listening and Steve. Thank you very much for putting me through this and when you listen to through this can you imagine what kind of animal? I'm going to be next time. I pick up the camera which is just getting broken. Anything I'm going to be a machine. Don't run away. I'm sure it gets better after this table runaway it's It's been fantastic. Thanks so much for your time. Laurie species take care. Bye-bye all.
"jeffery" Discussed on Sharp The Podcast
"She likes to write things a few years ago. She got really sick really quiet and done fantastically well. We've educated fallow and she managed to get a place sixth on college and had to leave because she oh okay we. We travel as a family together a lot. And there's always an audio book In the car and a very familiar voice is a guy called. Reporter is an American actor is one of the world's busiest guy is and if it's too old friend you get into the car. You put an audiobook calm saucer. That funny thing that they do frontal stories one of the things that choose Paran up when she's down and she's having health problems is is writing and she got her point with a with a health where she just wasn't watching anything that's all was in here at his way and for some reason. I thought I'm going to contact reporter out with blue on facebook. Hello I'd like to hire you to do some voice over work for my daughter just some health problems just what think that went downstairs and Cook. Supper then came back out. There was a reply from this guy. Been Monday this is like Hollywood okay. I'm in the back bedroom. And he said something like yeah. You know providing. I'm really busy but prevent it's not a huge time. I'm sure we can take a look at it. What Wendems- dish king so the universe for something completely impossible when it came back and said you? Okay let's go all right so let's hope we can't help about this and then I had the job of getting parents to email me. The first chapter of the book that she was working on and show them very much with it for for months because of the health thing and basically she said no Clifford. I'll read it to if you want that but no you can't have it for my birthday. Could you at least semi the text? So I've got something. My bucket print a book or something with the sole intention of to to reporter and she does a piece of fan fiction just to kind of help us really key to write stories for our friends and F- another reason but she's really good writer anyway. Sent THE FILE TO REPORTER. Okay and then it just. We really quiet for months then. We are shooting something in London and I managed to Wangle architect Vicky. I'm pregnant with me on the Moaning. Juta got I got an email from a we. Transfer link from right while. Yeah well well well. And he'd read my daughter's story he nailed it the characterization everything and I'd also little silly send you the file I'd written a little bit of city back and forth between me and the voice over before the story started that you read the story and at the end and it took him half an hour with a thirty minute thing so with somebody so busy to take that amount of time to do this for my daughter never ever ever forget. It is actually a really really big deal. Yeah the end. The even bigger deal was he said. Thank you for letting me read. Joe Heads.
"jeffery" Discussed on Sharp The Podcast
"Use The word. We had quite a long conversation. I think we've found a title for the episode. Laurie Jeffrey widow. I'll I'll take hello and welcome to shop the podcast where we help you get a little better at the stuff you have to do so you can spend more time doing the stuff he wanted so now on the episode while. Hello it's episode Fifty Nine. Alam out here in the woods again. So this intro will instantly date this episode because on doing what we now call social distancing actually quite good at it at the time of recording we are in the early stages of the corona virus pandemic. Now if you're listening to this in the future then you know better than I do about where this has ended up. Actually hopefully you are listening to this in the future. In fact if you are and you're listening to this episode in say twenty twenty-five could you please send me a message back in time to twenty twenty and just let us know it all turned out all right anyway as you know? I don't usually cover current things and this episode won't be an exception. So if you're looking for a nice distraction from something than this one could be a great choice. This episode is going to feature possibly one of the nicest chaps I've ever known. He's filmmaker photographer or as he describes himself a storyteller heels. He describes himself as a widow. But we'll find out about that later and I love that title Storyteller Though. I WANNA be a storyteller Niagara before we hit the conversation. I wanted to do this bit where I quickly give a shout out to people who support inspire or in some way have apar- in keeping this podcast going so the first one is a chap called Damn Benjamin now. Dan is a host of a number of podcast including one called the podcast method. I've listened to the podcast method since twenty four team when it started and got me into podcasting. Dan runs a podcast. Production Company called fireside. And if you want to start a podcast the podcast method is a great place to start. The next one is Britt. Polled say now think of mentioned Brit pod seen before is a great collection of independent British. Podcasts plays every kind of podcast you can think of and some that you couldn't think of his Co. Brit pod Seen Brit pod seen There's a website called Britain scene. And they're on twitter and instagram. Next is a couple of amazing supporters of our show who regularly sharing our stuff on social media. There's the Comedy Geek. Sketch podcast featuring Tom Daniel. Amy Jamie and Marie. With special guest is well funny well produced and a great listen and speaking of great listens. Another podcast in that category is the I shake my head podcast from Sam and Lisa in Canada. Now they record in that call and it's just them talking. It's very funny very morrish. And they're great supporters of the show. Thank you salmon. Lisa and speaking of support as a coach. Tom Browne now. He was the very first person to message on facebook account. Back in two thousand seventeen when we first started. You See. It's not just all about new listeners. Or people who have connected this week but we are extremely grateful to our regular listeners who've listened from the stars well so if you've been listening like home since back in the day then let us know on facebook instagram or twitter. It's the same Hanlon. All of them at chartres passed one word to base so the links and social media. All of those amazing people will be in the show notes. Incidentally when I say in the show knows just in case you're not sure what I mean by that in the show notes. Basically are there if you listen to the podcast episode on the website shop podcast dot com. Then you can see the show notes on the actual podcast episode itself or if you're listening on a punt catcher APP like Apple podcast on Stitcher or hockey cards. Then you should be able to look at the episode that you're looking at now if I look. Take your device out as long as somewhere safe Look at the episode and in the episode you can see you should see there. It says show notes or notes to scroll down of it now up a bit. That's it that's it that's where they are okay. People are looking a bit widely at me here. Chain said hello so now to this week's episode. I'd be waiting a long time for this and I finally managed to talk Laurie. Jeffrey into joining the PODCAST. We spoke in February and I've known Lori for years. He's funny actually just realized that every guest had on this podcast is a creative person of some description and Laurie certainly fits that bill. If you've seen a photo of a product in an advert over the years and the chances are you've seen lorries work. Laurie has used his creative talents for hundreds of well-known company like Chanel British Airways Tom Ford and many many more and in our chat. We talk about all sorts of things with some really useful lessons for all of US wherever our passion or job takes sorry enough for me. Let's get into it here. We go sorry. I'm it gives me tremendous pleasure to be able to say At the other end of this microphone. I mean you're not the other in the microphone somewhere in the world at the other end of this connection. I'm I've got Laurie. Jeffrey Komo Morning Lori. Good Morning Steve. How are you? I am a very excited very well and super super pumped to be on the show. Trust me I'm as pumped as you might also be a bit more nasal than you. I'm not sure because I'm suffering a bit from Komo's our apologies to the listeners. If I a little bit hi how are you? Laurie is really really excited to have you on. Where are you? I'm I'm in my bedroom Issues we parents room when she was a little child on. Hyping sounds okay. I'm just outside of Manchester Place near Ramsbottom. Okay and it's an absolute. You can't hear it but it's it's we're in storm season at the moment and it's not there if it's too noisy let me know. We can't hear it but I remember seeing pictures last week of the Of the some of the flooding near where you are just look look now. There is an important question. I ask every single person that joins my podcast to start off with. I'm have you got socks on. What kind of socks have you gone? the homemade socks white them and she. Wow yeah totally. She's she's hugely talented. And I am. I wearing her socks. I've got a blank over my knees. Chilean hit that she might and I'm surrounded by her crocheted. Blankets hung off with lighting stands to get rid of the BACK BEDROOM. Offered FANTASTIC. So a need to know more about these socks. And what color are they? They are gray bits and about million dollars because she doesn't about she's fantastic. Yeah and she continues out in an hour to and there's lots of colors them. Interestingly today I don't have socks on a normal day because I know I make a big deal about. It's the it's the opening question. I'm I'm I'm an old sock guy. I purposely wearing socks And the reason I wear. Red Sox is because It gives other people a tremendous pleasure because they get to say to me why you got socks on. And when I can't give them a good answer they get all passionate about this role in me because I wear socks and it's a sign of nonconformity. Tom Who says stocks have much. Certainly not me a lot breaking the rules. I love breaking rules. Really don't do authority Addo. Okay breaking rules. Well Yeah if you think about it if something is don't stick your hand in the fire. Plus Great Roy was really pick good piece of advice. Somebody said to me one time with my camera and I was shooting something was You can stand here and take pictures and film things. You can't stand over that line. Okay so I said why. And they didn't really have an answer they. It was a thing. It was a thing that they said. You can't stood over the line and took a picture the back over the line and took another picture and they pretty much. The sign says the what's the difference. They didn't know health and safety. What's automate but there was no less healthy than it was to the side of the law. Exactly Well Yeah. I think in some of the stuff that we do starting point. Is you kind of go to the rules are having you before you break him? Someone totally said that wants a guy came to me one time and said Pitch can teach me the tricks of the trade. I said I'll teach the trade. I like that. I understand why people might want to seek a shortcut to something. Good I get that you would be motivated to want to do something. Really really quickly. I understand that what I find. Frustrating is that people tend to feed that by suggesting the idea that they're aw shortcuts. And you know we we in our episodes. We don't ever advocate the idea that you can learn something into one of our episodes and then become an expert. We introduce ideas about things that you need. You need to go. You know some work into Put a bit of effort into it. If it's going to be worthwhile in this idea of hacks and here are ten productivity things you can do and all of a sudden. You won't be better. I find that frustrating. Heidi to one of the things that is so exciting about what? I'm doing right now. As I sit here is speaking to microphone. Which is something I have never done before. I put thousands of pay who in front of this market. You think this is the same microphone that you used. That might have been the first voice over. You did so that a case. That's how that's right so we met when you used to work for an organization sold furniture and you making a film and a training film wasn't yeah we had. We got to a point where I thought I can shoot. Listen to the cows come home not gonna be able to tell the story properly when we're GONNA script and we're going to need the voice over. I think I said to you you need to do the the script. I'm going to hire a voice over and I'm not sure who's in charge of the budget might have been. You might have been somebody else but we've got no money. There is no money for voice over. I said something like actually save a great voice. Why don't you do it in this house? We call you the one hundred ten percent guy. Okay sorry about this is going to figure out a little bit too but we we actually do and the reason we call you. The one hundred ten percent guy is because you put one hundred ten percent into. I think pretty much every single thing that you do. You disagree with that but this is how we sit so stuck in a little we have of mattresses and staffroom. Yup Yup and did voiceover..
Chicago: CTA will test all-door bus boarding this summer
"The CTA is hoping it has a solution the bus delays in longboarding lines the CTA is testing all door bus boarding on two routes starting in June writers on the busy J. fourteen Jeffery jump and the one in to university of Chicago hospitals express will be able to begin boarding at the back of the bus that's if those writers have been trained contactless debit or bank cards those who pay cash will still have to board at the front this pilot program runs for six months James Sears
"That was an interesting eighteen or so hours in the global markets wasn't it no sooner had we finished up an explainer on how the markets can price things in it if it knows those things are calm and then something came at the markets somehow we're not expecting there was a missile attack last night they may not really too belligerent statement from president from this morning and somehow everything was fine we've called Amy Myers Jaffe for some context on this she is a long time Middle East analyst also now a senior fellow at the council on foreign relations Amy walking program thank you for having me let's do a quick got check your this news last night I'm sure you as I and many other people check the futures market what was your what was your initial reaction well I think that it makes sense that the markets calm down afterwards of course were were hoping for a peaceful I'll come up for conflict resolution but I think the markets may be a little optimistic in the sense that there's a long row to hoe here on a very long and stubborn conflict in the Middle East so maybe people are a little too optimistic this is if I could if I could go to my Donald Rumsfeld dictionary this is the very definition of unknown unknowns right yes the president was moderately diplomatic today but there's so much yet to come there's a lot of water that needs to be crossed and I think the markets reflect that in the price of gold now course gold is also strong because we're expecting a US China trade deal and we're expecting a weaker dollar but in the end I do think that that hefty gold price art reflects the sentiment that we're not out of the woods yet talk to me about oil for a second would you kind of make sense it is down hard today long term now I know that all the analysts are saying long term down for oil but my feeling is there still a lot of geo political risks to be had we still have tremendous on rest on the ground if the Iraqi population is unhappy with the way things go you know you could see or workers decide that they're going to join the anti government protesters armed or if there's a breakdown in negotiations between the United States around in Iraq and the United States quote unquote gets kicked out you could see sanctions on Iraq's oil because Iraq has been doing these swaps with Iran these energy swaps with Iran and that would be in a logical next step of things break down are you called at all by the fact that the United States is such a major producer of oil now that helps me from the point of view of worrying about the US economy if the price of oil goes way up there many states the benefit now because we have so many states that are oil producing the didn't used to be oil producing and of course our trade deficit isn't as badly hurt the problem is you know you want a high we might not take a road trip this summer for oil prices are very high and also we know from past oil shocks that American stop buying cars when the price of gasoline is going up in the course that would be very bad for the economy because that's a big part of the GDP of the United States okay so short to medium term what are you watching well I'm more watching sort of how it plays out of course in the Middle East I think that's a very major risk I want to see on that that US China trade deal comes forward and and what form and then I think the markets you know the Eurasia group which is eight geopolitical risk organization says the United States is the number one geo political risk in the world today so I do think the U. S. selection depending on which way it swings could be a major feature in financial markets also I think we have to watch that very closely your age group for co founder Ian Bremmer question your marketplace morning report all the time Amy Meyers Jeffery she's at the council of foreign relations in New York Amy thanks a lot appreciate your time your thoughts thank you
Alshon Jeffery Placed on IR with Foot Injury as Eagles Push for Playoff Berth
"The litany of injuries that have plagued the Philadelphia Eagles. Who was reported yesterday? That Alshon Jeffery is done for the season after suffering a foot injury injury on Monday philly sitting at six and seven tied atop the NFC East with Dallas. Nick Can Carson wentz overcome injury after injury after injury to lead the eagles to the playoffs. Well I think the eagles are going to go to the playoffs. And I guess if you WANNA say they get led by their quarterback than the answer's yes I this is is going to be a win by default. This is whomever wins this division. I know you believe the cowboys but I don't think either one of US think one of these teams all of a sudden there's is gonNA surge to the finish flip a switch and become the team that they could have been at the beginning of the year and the the problem for Philly is it would be easy and it is probably not disease somewhat fair to blame some of the issues on offense at to wide receiver. Injuries like they they are. They're going to go into this game. Potentially where the healthiest wide receiver they have is. Jj Arteaga whiteside. And he's got one hundred and thirty receiving yards on the year
Eagles' Alshon Jeffery Carted off After Suffering Foot Injury vs. Giants
"Sunday Monday Night Football giants lead the eagles ten three five and a half left in the second quarter and former bear turned eagle Alshon Jeffery had to be taken off of the cart
Guards charged over Epstein's suicide get trial date
"Two correction officers charged with falsifying prison records the like Jeffery up steam died were back in court today judge set their trial date for April
49ers' George Kittle expected to play through broken ankle against Packers
"ESPN's Adam Schefter reports tied in George hill perhaps the forty Niners best player expected to play in tonight's marquee match against the Packers receiver people Samuel also expected to play eagles running back Jordan Howard and receiver Nelson Agholor expected to play against the Seahawks receiver Alshon Jeffery expected to play the adult receiver Tyler Lockett also expected to be able to
Analysis: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles
"New England Beats Philadelphia. Seven hundred ten tight game. Your boy Ataman throws a touchdown pass What do we make of these teams right now? Well I mean I think the entire takeaway for Philly fans is predicated on what you think of New England if you think think. New England is the Super Bowl. Contending team which I think there are a super bowl. Contending Tamed Sound Down on now. Though it sounds like your your little awesome while you worry about the offense and she do I mean like how could you not and you worry about stopping the red eye. Eagles went away from a little bit. They were down Jordan. Howard I think if you look at it that outweigh it's not the worst? Lost Eagles had all season. But of course it's the biggest loss because it's the latest and now they're five hundred nece was like they put themselves in a position where losses to Atlanta and in Detroit and teams like that amounted up and made this a must win and of course in the NFC. Nothing's truly a must win but we mentioned the eagles struggles with Dallas earlier. Everybody has to over simplify things and make it a win thing and I just got actually got a tweet from A guy earlier one of the listeners owners definitely from Boston like Oh crooked. Cancel the pod Ryan at Ryan at Chris. Because he doesn't want to you know. Take the eagles offense to task. The offense was bad. Dude Carson didn't play take that twelve but like Carson Carson didn't play Great Lake but guess what you've been touting this patriots it's defense all year is the best of all time or in that in that and we have come down to earth bit but you gotTa pick one because Carson not having a perfect game against these guys with down the starting running back down to Sean Jackson down. Alshon Jeffery down both tackles at one point in the game by by the way when Lane Johnson leaves early early. That's a big deal. Carson was pressure twenty. Two out of forty eight snaps again. He holds the ball long too long sometimes so that stat his snapped releases relevant the longer longer you hold it the more. You're going to get pressured. But he had four incompletion role in that final drive. I didn't think he had agreed. Asli bag game but it was funny to me that in a game where the goat who still a really good player was all over the place. The first avenue set a record for incompletions and a half. It's the first game. He played an entire game. You didn't leave bleed. The Patriots and touchdown passes shutout Jules. I just think like are we going to be mad at Brady to a I. I know whence isn't the goat and he doesn't get that kind of slack but that's a team who offensively has to hurry up and figure some things out for the for the level of expectation in New England to be met and of course Romo Romo who I love every time Brady missed the throw is the wind. Every time went Smith stores like he missed another one there. And if this is the game you're GONNA TO GIVE UP ON WHENCE OVER I. You're giving up on Wednesday like as a franchise quarterback score on trees. I think you're you're you're shortsighted. Second this is not the game like he didn't didn't play that well but bro. That's the best defense in the league. Most people think right. That's what people think at this point Yeah they are San Francisco. You know San Francisco the team gave up fifty points to I mean Devi. Oh man done sound like rail exact science so I'm looking at it now. 'cause Devia was telling me these guys were both both the two thousand Ravens. Yeah now they are and I mean going into the week they still were way ahead of everybody else. I mean I was looking at the numbers this morning. They don't get updated Until until the Monday night or so we'll know more about inter you're right. I mean that San Francisco who in what last couple of weeks we're going. Oh wait a minute what what happened to these guys on Defense Pencil Not GonNa sit there and say then all of a sudden I still. I've always liked personnel better than New England's but New England's one holding a team down to ten after they gave up a bunch of yards to Lamar and those guys so I think the Brady thing it continues to be this thing. That's real his first half second half stuff it just felt like yesterday was just a grind. You know what I mean to grind for everybody. You know what I mean but you know how like if you have a buddy and you seem like walking somewhere and you're like what's wrong like just having a bad day. Yeah just arduous and soon as they got out of the house everything was a challenge and it just felt like the Brady and his movements. And maybe I'm doing too much here and maybe but I don't think I am. I think I'm right here. I really the the more I watch him this year. The more I think things just feel more challenging and I don't know if it's just because the offensive line I don't know it's because no gronk you know it could be all of these things collectively but I think even the biggest patriots fan has to admit and some private moment that you know. Maybe this is what it looks like for the end of Tom and then as soon as I say that out loud goes probably was so who knows. I'm not willing to do that because I'm not going to be the guy what I'm saying is though that poses the question to you. I mean you're forty two forty three years old. You'RE GONNA have I bad days where the ball is not just zip off your arm You know outside the Hashes Brady Brady is still going to have them in a position to compete for the whole thing at the end of the year even with the lack of Gronk with the lack of Devlin with the line problems with some of the drops he had yesterday. But I would ask you this. The Eagles secondary has been much maligned. The Patriots Defense has been called one of the best ever right. So why are we sitting here talking about and Tom didn't have a great game. You know who had about the same game as Tom Carson. They both they both had bad throws. But we're sitting here and I know that the go gets a lot more leash 'cause he's the goat and he's going to have his team where they need to be and I'm a huge fan. So don't don't mistake. This is a Tom Critique but people have not gray days Tom will tell you that Carson had not great day against one of the best defense of all time and if you look at these two these two offenses they both fallen awful lot. Since that's your boy. I think the Eagles Miss Frank Reich. I think they may they miss de Filippo. I think they had a lot of injuries but the pats have a lot of injuries and they've fallen on off a lot since that super bowl. Our defense in seventeen was much better than the not much better. It's better than the eagles defense right now. We have more pieces. They put up six hundred plus yards yards. Offensively on US yesterday was like you said a struggle and so I think there's concerns for both offenses here. One obviously has a much better cushion and a defense defense. That's GONNA keep me in every game.
Eagles provide good injury news about Alshon Jeffery
"Eagles expected to get one of their top offensive weapons back for tomorrow night's game against Green Bay more okay with abuse at bank of there was good news on the injury front for the eagles with coach Doug Peterson saying he expects wide receiver all Shawn Jeffrey to play against the Packers hi expecting to play yet you know obviously with the with the limited for full speed practice reps this week he he took part in everything this week he feels good Peterson says he also expects defensive linemen therefore net to play against Green Bay I was hoping Corey Kluber will also be available after dealing with a shoulder injury with the eagles Ahmed banking K. Y. W.
Eagles' DeSean Jackson reportedly to miss two weeks with an abdominal strain
"Does Shawn Jackson is expected to miss Sunday's game against the lions will remain sideline for the week four contest same course of action that they're taking with Alshon Jeffery from the reports that we've seen and the eagles are so banged up. They literally cancel practice yesterday. They just canceled as we said. We need a day off the report that I read Brooks. I see growing in here. The report I read was in domino injury keeping him out for that two weeks an abdominal strain and so he's been bothered by it for a little while. They're going to give him a break so if you need a spot start. Nelson Goulart looks really interesting.
Eagles' DeSean Jackson reportedly to miss two weeks with an abdominal strain
"Eagles wide receivers DeSean Jackson is reportedly expected to miss a couple of more games and a wide W. stave you ram has more on that in a minute with Meryl day hi guys good morning yeah I got the voice of the eagles Meryl Reese with me he sponsored by Duncan good morning Meryl yesterday ESPN reported the Shawn Jackson is expected to miss two weeks with an abdominal strain we'll take it for what it is it's a report nothing official from the team but the birds are without Jackson over the next couple of games how did they handle that it's a difficult thing to handle because he is such an important part of the offense let's face it he turned the Washington game around with a book the big plays that he makes and there's nobody on that roster who can replace to Sean Jackson do the things that he can do now it's not that they're without a speed receiver they do have speed but the Shawn Jackson is almost in a class by himself but fortunately they do have depth in that area certainly Nelson AG lore has great speed they also have the depth but have hopefully Alshon Jeffery will be back we'll see about that and of course they are always strong at that position and they have they have J. J. R. thank a white so we saw a little bit of him but he's a different kind of receiver he's more of a possession type of receiver and we saw mac Collins play an increased role the other night so they have some depth the wide receiver but nobody who can really do what the Shawn Jackson does he have always been
Woman gives birth at Pink concert to youngest Pink fan ever
"Over the last sixty years there have been arguments among friends about which musical artist is the greatest live performer of all time people from generations ago might say was elvis presley those hips gyrated a lot not too long ago movie came out about queen a lot of people from the eighties might say that freddie mercury was the best live performance you could ever see today some people might argue that beyond say i wish i could see her i still i saw her with destiny's child but we saw Homecoming. All right. heard then too young jeffery says that when he saw chambal woman who was saying In his life. Yeah. He's followed them a lot of places. Rhody for. might officially have proof the greatest live performer ever and it's not other than pop artist pink How many times she's amazing video of her in concerts? like a circus she owns the crowd she's known for electrifying performances but recently she took over the next level because she was doing a concert in liverpool and apparently it was so exciting that it actually sent one of the fans into labor call nine one one two paramedics had to wade through the crowd of five thousand people in order to reach the mother with our help the mom gave birth right there in the stadium Usually medics are called concerts for drug overdoses. But when you go to a peak concert. She's not new to the game anymore. You know, a lot of fans or having babies a little bit older with me. My entire life. The baby emerged into the world to the tune of get the party started. Yeah. Was on the baby's actually born. Yeah. given the circumstances of the night the mother decided name the newborn girl dolly pink dolly Bold
NFL Trade Rumors and Buzz
"And they're like what is the buzz about here? And I was like we'll Cuyler Murray's Wayne, but he's not even gonna test. Yeah, there there isn't mother isn't a there isn't one specific thing that people are really buzzing about I think there's a several position groups that are really interesting. I think the offensive linemen and the receivers have some really interesting players receivers, particularly there's like the whole spectrum of type of players. I mean, you've got decay Metcalf. You've got I came and then he got Markey's Brown, and like smaller shifty guys you've got AJ Brown who looks like a running back playing receiver. There's just all kinds of guys in. So there there's a lot of I think if you're if you're gonna say there's buzzer excitement about anything. It's it's watching receivers as watching the offensive lineman, obviously defensive lineman is going to be huge this week. Oh. Ed oliver. I think that was actually kind of an interesting thing this morning, he weighed in I think it to eighty seven. So that was a good way for him. That's plenty. Yeah. That's like more than what Aaron Donald waiting now. Obviously that's a comparison. That happens a lot. I don't think he's earned Donald. But he's a very good player very explosive and being at two eighty seven is a very good number for him. We'll see how he tests. I think that he over the next few days he could generate a lot of buzz of among the receivers. Is there anybody that you particularly like, it's just one of your guys? I think you came about a starting to he started to I I mean, I'm standing out to you a little bit. As things you've said to me in tweeted, I'm reticent to say, he's my guy because I there are worries with him in terms of drops and his like, he's just massively few look at his web chart on. Oh credible through the measurements. It's just he's like ninety eight th percentile in every day. Big, man. I think actually I heard that he set the record for wingspan at receiver position at the combine almost eighty four inch got. Yeah. So he's got an insane catch radius. I'm a little worried about like. You know, his ability to separate his his consistency as a catcher, but he has immense upside I'll put it that way like his ability to get behind. The defense is really good. He's really long strider really fast. So I wouldn't necessarily say he's like, you know, my pound the table guy. But I do like him a lot. I'm really interested to see how akilah Harry runs think. He's just kind of one of those guys that's really polarizing right now because we're from Arizona state. He he's a guy that is like really big physical super productive. But he's also sort like, there's he's kind of in the alshon Jeffery shor mold where you're like Kenny separate or is he gonna have to only sorta use his body in wind contested catches and things like that. I think he's going to be really interesting. The Stanford guy JJ JR Sega white said Whitehead is really interesting player. He's like form basketball player box out king. Like if you watch him they just throw it up into the end zone.
"jeffery" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"I'm so glad to be have this conversation about the culture at the time has comes out it'll be well into November. And here's the thing. Also, I don't want anyone to worry about me. Because I know I will turn it out before my first party of the nap celebrity there are two of which there are two. We're going to see our guests at the second race, your guests at the second one. And he has an he's just keeping it. Simple streamlined. I love it. He's not he's not far. Falling for it. May he Mao? Maybe he mouse. We don't know. He's a very creative person. I love I love her guests so much deeply deeply many years since Jeffery and Cole casserole with our other lovely lovely the beloved lowest who was a huge Jeffrey south fat. Henry Henry close since you since young since young. Yes is incidents since since like way back. I think. Yeah. Jeffrey and co casra perfect. He is. And then we were at the same party as Hendrika Kaprisky. My my ex and then we were at the state. We were at the duplex. When you came. I think to see who was it. What's that? What we I think we went to like, maybe it was like how Regan shore Katherine Cohen should wants to talk. So let's just bring him in. I'm just going to say Henry said you have to introduce me to Jeffrey. And I was like, okay. Yes. Starting to happen. Yes. So he's being so good about just the decorum of of all the visit because he gets he gets it. She gets the he gets the days gets it. Now say his little credits, and then we can go on he's an actor author celebrated comedian. Okay. So search party search party Mark on search party fantastic? Truly like, the gays the gay straight man and all that getting married this Asan. Yes. An Elliott Elliott is not the straight man at all in the Elliott has just truly insane a goofy goofy. But also mentally ill John Early type real John Early type. And meanwhile, Mark is a is a huge Jeffery self type. But anyway, cetacea Marnie read his books drag teen or very very bad thing. And oh God. Jeffrey live I loved I li- of an hope I hope maybe there's a comeback. But the live space is interesting. Right. That was my first that was my lives. Patriots huge. But that was my first also introduction to then house twinkie now star of Heather's now. Oh, my God house twain foam fell in love and oh my God. And just iconography in thirty rock one of like, the he loved the, I didn't even know. This was deferential years later who that was lemons get cousin. Randall Randy Randolph hockey now broken. It is Jeffrey I wasn't sure when we could tie. I loved I really respect the decorum of podcast famously for doing that. No one does anything. No, no, no. They don't you know, these days. I'm so excited to be here. I'm such a fan of you guys free. Okay. Talk about your Halloween plan. And so we're all going to see each other at a party in mere hours. I don't know. I was kind of excited because I had no Halloween plans. And I thought okay, great. No one's going to get their shit together. I'm not going to have to do anyhow in crock, but then someone planned something. And now, I feel like I actually have to do something because I always show up Halloween party is not an across tomb, and then I feel even more uncomfortable. I think it I think it's worse to the person who looks like they don't care are be thought they were too cool. You never wanna be the Anna smug enough to be like, oh, my constant MS me, fifty actually even like, right? When I said that I had something that I was going to use for. I don't think my I don't think so hunting later, but I might actually. Do what I was just about to say for that. Because I have a strong feeling about it. But anyway, I find Halloween very overwhelming. I loved it as a kid. I thought it was great. Yes. Mimi from the drew Carey show was a mob, many memorable costumes on nowadays. I agree. There's something..
Wide receiver Golden Tate heading from Lions to Eagles
"By the way. I like the eagles getting golden Tate. I liked that moved you like that move. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, look they've certainly had a need some skill position difference makers they've taken those hits at the running back position. Obviously, they they went through the early parts of the year without alshon Jeffery and some of the depth issues at the receiver position came to light. And so the idea of adding Golden State, I think certainly makes sense. He's he's tough. He's a competitor. Somebody who's got championship experienced having been on those Seahawks teams. And so I know the lions were wild about the idea of parting with golden tape because in so many different ways he fits what Matt Patricia is looking for. In fact, I talked to somebody there is yesterday. Who said we need more guys like golden Tate here. So certainly, you know, it's gonna cost you something to get Golden State out of the out of the Detroit organization. I think the eagles giving up a three shows how they value him. I certainly like it from the standpoint that you're giving your young quarterback another weapon to work with and the guy who I think from a Roma system and a program standpoint, really fits is a competitor. And a guy who's a fighter and a heady player. All right. Good stuff. Wanna thank Albert Breyer Monday morning quarterback for coming by to trading deadline. Few more hours. Thanks, albert. All right. Thanks. I'll be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app.
Woman who killed three people in gun rampage was suffering from mental illness
"The woman who killed three people yesterday and wounded others before shooting herself to death at a Rite Aid warehouse in Aberdeen had been diagnosed with mental illness and used a largely purchaser illegally purchased gun in the rampage are for county. Sheriff Jeffery Geller said today, the suspect a twenty six year old from the overly area in Baltimore County have been diagnosed with a mental illness in two thousand sixteen that's as far as I'll go with it. He said any added he's she had become increasingly agitated in recent weeks relatives have been concerned for her
Shooter argued with worker before her deadly rampage, witness says
"In Maryland say they still don't have a motive for yesterday's deadly shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center. Harper. County. Sheriff Jeffery Gaylard says snowshoe Moseley started the rampage outside before going into the facility, she continued shooting inside the building where there's a total sixty five people employees of Rite Aid, both fulltime employees and temporary employees working in the building. Firing. What we believe to be a total of thirteen around injuring five others before finally shooting her shelf. Three people were killed in the attack
"jeffery" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Dissolve seek last off season the eagles, alshon Jeffery. And that was like pretty team froze a one year thing wasn't it. Or two years. Like, it was not a big free agent contract. Talk to an agent today. I'm good. But I have a story. And I don't know where to start. I'm good. But I feel alone in a crowd when the servicemember veteran in your life says I'm good. Are you really listening? I still have nightmares..
"jeffery" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"The show on social media plus pictures of young jeffery hitting overexcited watching the tour de france is really excited about that we're really overselling or social media really disappointed when they log on check us out and check it out exactly are laser stories coming up right after this it's brooke and jubal in the morning take ac the cabinets just that we got into this man aggressive so kitchen flows we do this man you just god is oh.
"jeffery" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Hundreds of what bitcoin as all just by increasing the block size now some people say how it doesn't have the volume the bickering does and there's all kinds you can go back and forth and debate this forever and it is being debated forever and it will be debated and it is being decided in the marketplace what's going to be used in the future and is still is very very undecided add to me it's a it's a crap shoot i've i've told dollar vigilante subscribers since august first i saw a number of people posting on august first on a semi bitcoin cash because it's beat trash and i'm going to get like two hundred bucks out of it and it's like more about that sorry jeffery come at a break uh very interesting points will hear more from jump in the other side stay tuned uh welcome back everybody to decrypt does show don't forget our sponsors dash that cool cryptocurrency the gets it done quick it gets done cheap and is able to finance projects for its own improvement through its governance structure in the free at defence attributed where we have our studio the new goes gunnar with its capabilities uh new capabilities for making the 1911 a glock get yourself one or get the update and uh we like to think dash can let me down today i i sent a transaction there were the the rule percent fee oh my god i had that this bankrupt view gis wiped me out of dash how could you see as people should check out dash it's a seat.
"jeffery" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Quick he had the big five voter fall you're not been can bentley other lot about the legal but do but i i don't cunt fans this only in this one well government now beyond okay got a quick what a one they had every thank that will play for global as i him in takeaway is effective him a minute aren't limit they here right about one but i don't mr hard the rot layup third holy differently it out dyar and there was you not if player those are only a few we need a revelation i get it like it when he never heard of american people leap the revelation they paypal are not jeffery lot like a real without government like i knew buying dirk how they're laced a bar worry now worry but no revolution with the you know but i'm not his shot was to have been eternal it would get by adding in it would get back lakers i really played lucky things beside because they were around drummond room american i did last night years of but we have borne only how right big it backwards you know we're trying to do if you're going to start complication over with his under been under tight with you know agree with me it worth how great name to police big how many thirty i agree on our in i may not fit ever twenty les off the layoff is flying out like you think it but paypal walking around like complete beat lane i think early stop out you know moe guys play i mean that the i've always play adequately don't like it you what is playing for our really we're in the league that when he com your rule american laughs to get.
"jeffery" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jeffery's it to set is that proved personal lane ordered an influence campaign and that the campaign was originally aimed at denigrating hillary clinton also ended undermining faith in us democracy read large as the campaign ticked along the focus sharpened and developed into what us intelligence as was a clear preference for donald trump and according to the report out of their trying carry the shot oh man to the two ways while the report does describe a range of efforts from cole for cyber activities two things in plain sight that think news cyber trolling russian stayed on to media the second where would answer a though is the expectation scott was that this review woodley out the evidence it would share some of the white us intelligence agencies are so confident that rush a interfered and did so in order to help trump and this reviewed does not do that at least the public version doesn't have the classified version of course have more detail but if you come to this skeptical one until understand how old _a_c i am nother agencies came to their conclusions this is a very satisfying reports and we have to i mean what what judgment can make about present like trump's reaction given the of what vice president elected pence said but also some tweets of to prep complex haven't given the president trump has to has come to the skeptical he issued a statement right after he was briefed yesterday saying he has tremendous respects for the intelligence community has exact words he did not say whether he was sway did in his statement focused on at this point term says whatever happened there was absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election i will stop you there because that is not what the review actually says the or you doesn't way on this question one way or the other whether russia altered the outcome of the election other they succeeded in their efforts is outside the scope of the reno what happens now you have a president flip come in and office have a president coming into office who who arguably as a steak and being skeptical of the report and and not acting it it is hard to overstate the drama of what we have watched playout these last few weeks and i think big picture that's one thing to watch.