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"joe leak" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Mercedes slapped keeping his company all morning long. It's always good to see you, Mercedes. It's great to see you, too, Larry and I love your insights into the trump White House since you were there on the ground boots on the ground or in your case, I guess you know chills, so I don't the ground. Yeah. In the White House during the Trump administration and joining us right now is Joe diGenova, our legal analyst, former U S attorney for the District of Columbia because, on Friday, the media was all its hitter about this story. They were all wringing their hands very upset that during the Trump administration, you know Joe leaks to the media are are illegal. There were a lot of leaks coming out, especially of the House Intel Committee. It appeared in a couple of other congressional committees. And the Justice Department. They pulled some metadata from Apple on Adam Schiff and some staffers and some other people there in Congress to try to track down where these leaks were coming from. Talk to me about the legality here. Whether this is an appropriate way for the Justice Department to behave and also sort of the the double standard of outrage with regard to the Justice Department. Look, you know, hunting down this crime using metadata versus some of the other intrusions that we've seen from other Justices Department Justice Department, including this one. Well. First of all, the investigation of leaks is authorized. Under the National Security Act, and by the Justice Department's organic legislation. There is a national security division at the department, whose responsibility it is is to enforce the espionage laws, which includes leaking classified information. Adam Schiff and the Democratic members of his committee where long suspected of leaking classified information during the Trump administration. In an effort to quote unquote get President Trump and so the Justice Department. Apparently, we don't know all the facts but apparently Sought the metadata, which Adam Schiff himself had sought in his role as the chairman of the intelligence committee, Adam Schiff had gone out and gotten the metadata phone and email data. Of Rudy Giuliani, John Solomon, Devin Nunes, Republican staffers and my wife, Victoria. Tempting. It is rather bizarre to hear Pelosi and shift now complain about the Department of Justice, doing exactly what shifted under his authority as chairman. That's interesting. I do want to ask you, Joe, like, Don't you believe that this Department of Justice and I'm actually surprised with Attorney General Merrick Garland that they really are honing in on the Trump administration. These are investigations are only going to continue. For the Trump administration, despite the fact that they're out of power. I don't think there's any doubt that the days of an objective Justice Department are over. We have watched this under. I'm really shocked at Merrill Merrick Garland stewardship. That he has allowed this to transpired. He's always had a reputation for being a moderate. It appears that he has either no control or doesn't care about what's going on in the department. This is clearly a continuation of the Trump derangement syndrome by using the forces. Which were begun with Mueller and Weisman. To go after continued to go after Trump people putting aside what the attorney general and and the Manhattan district attorney or doing in New York to trump and the Trump family, But we learned, for example, that in February of 2018 Um Robert Mueller and Weissman went after the phone and email records of Don McGahn and his wife. Yes. There was some speculation about this that it might have been the Department of Justice in February of 2018. It was not. It was Mueller. It was part of his ongoing witch hunt of President Trump and those in the Trump administration. So it is a continuation Mercedes of the same thing that was going on with Mueller and Weisman in 2018. Well, that story about Tom McCann. Let's Let's pull that thread a little bit here because he knew at that moment was the White House counsel in 2018. They pulled his information from Apple and then his wife. I mean, what? What is the is that just an intimidation tactic? What is the justification for going after a man's wife was working in the White House? Frankly, I think it's outrageous. They went after the White House counsel. There's got to be some firewalls here, between between the DOJ in the White House. Wouldn't there be? Well, remember, Remember when you aren't a special counsel, which Mueller was? He is the attorney general. Under the rules, he does not have to consult. With bar or whoever was the attorney general at the time, he accessions whoever he does not have to consult with that. So when Mueller and Weissman issued those subpoenas for the metadata From a gone and his wife and others. No one in the department necessarily would have known about that. This again is another example of the craziness that went on under Mueller. But But, Joe, I think when it comes to the don McGahn records, it really does show that you know if it was Mueller asking for these records, it was because don McGahn felt pressured. I mean, the accounts show that Don McGahn felt pressured to fire Mueller. So do you think that's the reason why We saw the Justice Department make this move or allegedly make this could have been. It could have been one. There's no way we can tell And we may never know because there's certainly no since Republicans do not have the subpoena power do not control either House of Congress or the White House. There will be no investigation. Of anything that was done by Mueller. I can assure you and certainly the shift and company. We'll have no problem doing whatever they want to do. This is I. I must say elections do have consequences. And when we lost Georgia, we lost the ball games. Jodi Jenna. But let's shift from the questionable legal tactics of the federal government and moved to the corrupt media because over the weekend on Friday, I should say Thursday and Friday we saw Jeffrey Toobin returned to CNN after I mean some outrageous and disgusting behavior at the workplace when he was at the New Yorker. Let me ask you just a basic question. If I'm a woman and I work at CNN, do I have a case against CNN for creating a hostile work environment? I would not want to work there with Jeffrey Toobin knowing all of this Well, it's a needless to say CNN has no sense of shame. I mean, they've long since lost that putting Jeffrey Toobin back on television is really the embarrassment and then they did that phony makeup interview..
"joe leak" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Don't bring any new. Leads and formal searches are stopped. Over the springtime stephen and jocelyn eventually leave new york to move to vermont. Which sounds like a bigger move than it is basically they just move across state lines about twenty minutes away and then in july two thousand eight deletes grandmother barbara who remembers on that task force. Yeah she actually in a weird turn of events gets charged with burglary am sorry once. Yeah so here's what happened. According to neil gust swami's reporting in the bennington banner barbara went to stephen and joscelyn's old house to look for clues says he found the door unlocked and went inside and get this. She found something. She found a piece of clothing. That joe leak was allegedly wearing at the time of his disappearance. So we like like the dragon shirt. The yellow pullover news reports from the time. Say what it is. But i read on the charlie project site that what she found was julius yellow fleece jacket and when police go back to the house with a warrant there it is so this burglary is totally connected to this case and even though she seemed to have gotten charged it to me seems to be totally worth it. So this feels like the breakthrough. Police have been waiting for but she had again. The investigation hits a wall and with the one year anniversary of leaks disappearance. Coming up no new leads and no suspects. The investigation does cool off and eventually go cold. There are some flares over the next few years and law enforcement never gives up completely. There's only so much that they can really do. Delete rain. Walkers disappearance is officially labeled a homicide in two thousand twelve and to this day police have kept up on following leads like reported sightings in video footage and identifying remains in hopes that potentially they could belong to him but no one has ever been charged and the case still remains open. I wish so much that i could give a positive update or at least say that the truth has been found. That hasn't happened yet. As of twenty twenty one to leak fell through the cracks of a system in dire need of reform. So this month we're donating to child advocates. Which is a nonprofit here in indianapolis to try and patch up at least some of those cracks here where we live. So kids like jill. Leak have a safer healthier future. You can learn more about their work at child advocates dot net..
"joe leak" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Story that highlights just how broken the american foster care system is a young boy with a tragic past seemed to get a happy ending when he was adopted by parents who appeared to understand the unique work of raising a child with some emotional problems but his mysterious disappearance raised a ton of questions about those same parents and the system that put him in their care to begin with this is the story of ju- leak rain walker blue in the fall of two thousand seven of boy in new york state named joe leak rain walker is going through a difficult time. Delete is twelve years old and he's one of these kids where you can't help it feel like they've gotten just a really rough lot in life pretty much from day. One you see wind you leak was born. His mother had substance used problems with alcohol and crack cocaine and so as a result jalil was born addicted to crack. He was sexually abused as an infant and entered the state foster care system at a very young age and so by the time he was seven years old he had been in not one not two six different foster homes. Oh my god and not much change at such a young age not to mention you know whatever damage suffered in utero from the drugs like that's going to cause a lot of trauma it did. I mean delete scott. Some pretty severe behavioral issues that have manifested in violence and both suicidal and homicidal tendencies even at a young age and he's also been diagnosed with reactive disorder which according to the mail clinic's website means that he has a hard time kind of like building emotional connections with other people like his adoptive parents so he's been adopted. Yes so in two thousand two. When you leak was seven years old. He went to live with a couple named jocelyn mcdonald. And her husband steven kerr and they live in east green witch in washington county which is near like eastern new york and they adopted him in may of two thousand and four officially so he'd been within about two years.
"joe leak" Discussed on Life in HD
"What kinds of things I would tell myself in terms of Well I kind of go back to an idea of self care that is about having our relationship to ourselves so I think that's a different kind of thing for some folks because they think of that is kind of will I exist but don't really have a relationship with myself so Imagining that whatever's ahead of me in any future moment pandemic or otherwise. I travel with myself in a loving way. So if we can remember I'm with you then is to self not just. I'm with you to another. That actually shows up inside of us as felt experience. We feel more grounded more solid. We've got kind of an accompaniment piece. I think the idea of Those times in my life in Your Life Joe where you've been through difficulty and what did you lean on? That's what we can remember. Our mind can make up. You know with the negatively by a lot of problems and a lot of panic but how have we survived are changes? That's real direct ex- you know experience that we've had in our personal life. Not just you know others around us. That can be really grounding and helpful so I would be working very much in the inner world around What that inner dialogue looks like? You mentioned regain regaining footing And I'm guessing that's Regaining are footing when we when it seems like. We've lost some control of other some practical ways or steps or recommendations that you would Would make that would allow someone to sort of regain their their footing. Yeah well I think we need to start with the physical in that when we're feeling but we've lost our footing. Its physiological in a way we're having a stress response so You know that means there's a lot of chemicals going on so very practically and it's important to put this into practice and not ideas. It is to have relaxation activities and exercises and practice such as a mindfulness practice every day. Even if it's not meditation then a lot of minutes something that really helps the body because kind of Where the body goes you know. The mind follows where the mind goes. The body follows if we can start with the body and really breathe deeply just like right. Now I'm doing my body that signals something different Within so then I then my fight or flight response is shifting into is quelled and it's shifting tomorrow relaxation response so I would say that I said earlier we have this idea of control on predictability which is in a way an allusion. But we do have influence. So I think this idea of what can I influence? How does This Day Day? We're going to have today unfold and what what are the powers within my life to make it. The day I needed to be an end to manage the stress. I'm going through I think that In also a very practical way win we're feeling afraid again which is kind of that sense of losing our footing and fear of emotion. The adaptive action is to establish the sense of safety. So I can be really afraid about. How am I gonNa make it financially if I've lost my job or if I might or what you know so if I'm not also doing a budget if I'm not doing something that is that practical piece it's very very hard not to spend with the mind and then again where the mind goes with? Ati follows the bodies and fighter kind of stress response. So I'm I'm a really big fan of Not always doing and thinking as a way of being but we do need to handle our affairs because of that. Um Give us a sense of grounded and again our feet on the ground. You know the solid ground underneath you. You know what's helped me is in terms of gaining some control when I feel like I don't have any is is sort of establishing new routines or getting back to even familiar routines while I'm working from home so it's it was easy for me in the first week and enjoy foil to sleep in a little bit since. I didn't have to get up and deal with my And then work in my pajamas all day and and that that then began to to wear on me so to regain some sense of normal this. I began to get up on time Jump in the shower even dress as if I'm going to work and get out of the PA's and I got to say you know when. I'm in the middle of the workday at it. It felt a little more normal to me because I was getting back to the habits that I was used to. You know every Monday through Friday sort of maintain trying to maintain some of your regular routines is a helpful way to regain control. Yeah and I just think we can now appreciate the importance of the scaffolding of our lives when we didn't know that importance of that literally for our mental health and so We are creatures of habit that little mantra that little phrase that's a real thing and so not to be rigid ever about it including now it's time that there will be a beginning middle and end to this so it's kind of an amazing time to once maybe sleep in a little bit more take a little bit longer walk on that mid daybreak but yes we are. Some does best organized around some kind of structure. And so. That's great for those Do that well or easily and just like okay. I had a couple of weeks. Like you're saying you're back to that routine for some people. That's really hard. They they actually don't do well with structure they kind of fight it. They like kind of an idea of freedom. But right now is not the time to sweat that it's just It's like let's just even have a schedule of the day. Even if weekends can be less scheduled so that makes a great point. I'm wondering if that so that's been helpful to you. Yeah Yeah my wife and I were talking There during the first week there didn't seem to be any days of the week anymore. You know because we're you know you're you're you're working Sunday through Saturday. Yeah there. There didn't seem to be hours of the day then. Coffey time in maybe cocktail time. So it's like so we're losing all of that and getting back on a regular routine. Sorta helped by regain some control. That's right and You know so people when they're losing. We know that something's going on when we it starts to be a blur like that. It actually is like Oh dynamic and now we're kind of a bit disassociating from life as we know it and so again the idea of routine scaffolding and it be not just kind of a good idea but maybe an essential thing for our mental health. It's also really important Just on a relational standpoint if we're sheltering at home just how many times where there's predictability with other family members this is when we're gonNA eat together this is when everybody's GonNa take two hours on practice some autonomy just so we don't get on each other's nerves like that is very important because then everybody can be on the same page so even coordinating that I would say with other family members so that you and your wife potentially are finding other for coffee I would even say with a couple's I'm working look. You still need to have date night. Yes I don't know what that means you're going to have to go into another room you know and you know put on that other hat and have your children if there's still at home watching a movie if you have kids but making that even still part of life as we know it. We're we're actually doing that. This is aware originally from Maryland. Virginia area so this weekend. I ordered some hard shelled crabs to be. I get a bottle of champagne. We're going I and champagne on Saturday to today to give us something that's right. That's right exactly. I think this is the time to be as we were speaking earlier really working with the hardship but it is such an opportunity to be creative and you know what we can do this other times. Say We have a sick kid? It's like Oh yeah you know what we don't go in date night. Oh you know how to do date night at home. We know that. That's the that's the opportunity here was this. And that's what's so hopeful for me and I think pope is really important as a real thing watching the world and people just think outside the box about how they can not just survive this But you know something might be different on the other side you know. Even some of my clients who are doing zoom sessions are kind of loving. There's there's a part of this. That's different They'll probably go back to see me and my office but we now have this if we want this you know. Even if they just can't make their car breaks down or something I can't make it across the river. There's a silver lining in just about everything. If if you look for it thank you very much for for chatting with us today. This is very helpful. Good thank you again so much for having me and you take very good care and have an incredible date night with your wife. This weekend. I love that I plan on. Thank you very much. Yes but by. Now you don't have to let the circumstances caused by this global pandemic to take control of your life. There are things that we can do to practice. Self Care Live healthier and to regain some control of our situations. Here are some ways to practice self care healthy foods. Sure that you have clued options that don't rate you down cause you to gain weight during shelters. Let's stay physically active build a daily exercise routine. You don't need a home gym to get it done either. Check the Internet. Find some things that you can do in your home to stay active and keep your heart. Preto get regular sleep. Rest create a sense of structure and routine in life and connect socially friends and family while maintaining is districts. Thanks for joining us for another life in hd be sure to follow us on spotify stitcher and apple podcast and be sure great. Show to help us in through until the next time. I'm Joe leak. Thanks for listening..
"joe leak" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Choking Kelly what one of the most notable missing person cases in this region there are a few but one of them involves Julie grain Walker he was reported missing in November of two thousand seven he was then twelve years old you were just a celebrated his twenty fourth birthday in there was a long article in the the glens falls post star great great local newspaper and there's also a fair amount of new information in there where it seems like a lot of people including law enforcement former law enforcement who say the public doesn't know half of the stuff they have and that in some of the opinions of some of the people were very closely involved in the investigation they think there's enough evidence right now to prosecute this case yes so this case is not gone away it's been quietly open and it was one of those cases that your George bell was the police chief in Cambridge and green much and he was he had made comments about that was one of the cases that would haunt him and you know he passed away last year and so this case continues there we do know that his adopt really quick ring walkers adoptive father Stephen curry was named a person of interest maintains he was driving him from arrest at home and all the name back home to green which they spent the night at his parents home in green which and that when he woke up in the morning to leak was gone and they left a note saying goodbye there were some behavioral issues with deleted that was you know kind of well documented but then there were some inconsistencies in his story including at the time he said that he was at his parents house there were surveillance video that had his car place somewhere else and that the time line didn't match up that a friend said he was talking to him during his ride back from Albany and he was angry with Joe leak it had made some disparaging comments about the kid right in front of them so and and he has since clamp down doesn't speak unless it's through an attorney right yeah they used cellphone triangulation to say he wasn't where he said he was going to be ours he wasn't wasn't where he said he was at the time the right he refused to take polygraph tests and then he's refused to to speak publicly about it so all those things are big red flag right obviously they can proceed with the case without a body it's obviously much easier to prosecute if you do have that information and you have some evidence but they they can move forward with murder or first degree kidnapping or I'd so you can do that without the actual body and there is some indication that they may at some point go ahead and proceed with a pot because they only get one shot at it that's why they've been proceeding very carefully very slowly and barber really is the adoptive grandmother the the adoptive mothers mother and she believes that Kerr is responsible in season courage police to stay active in this and she's been kind of responsible for keeping the case alive the public eye and billboards and things like that so see it periodically will stop in the police department and just check in and keep the case alive so I I wouldn't be surprised if this does go to trial at some point him out in the sun this article of former state police senior investigator Thomas ache in who retired in twenty thirteen he has advocated uprock prosecuting Kerr he says your significant evidence in the case has not been revealed publicly he says quote it's a winnable case yeah so I wonder what other in information they have you know I mean obviously the keeping their cards close to the vest because they have to but you know this is something that I can I remember it and it was all over the news that has been periodically for the last twelve years acutely that he will be twenty four now Chuck Kelly are.
"joe leak" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Let's go. I think I got that, right. That I did it like real. We'll Farrell an old school member. Frank the tank Frank. Remember that ever movies everything we're gonna go to Kevin ice little Saturday. Remember Frank, what'd you have one? We'll just have one. Best movies, ever, let school that poor guy would are doing to test the nave wrap the rope around earn is they in a brick falls through the through the manhole cover one of the greatest seeds ever movie history, almost vomited on myself, okay? Awda series. No, I was sitting in the gym yesterday. Breaking news, we had the ABC and everyone broke in Bush. Trump was making statements about what happened with Iran for those, you missed the story. It's an important story. The Iranians decided bizarrely or someone in the Iranian chairman chain of command. Someone that's still kind of open for interpretations, according to some of the comments, we heard from Trump yesterday, decided bizarrely, it'd be a good idea to attack one of our Global Hawk drones. Now, the rains, of course, have different story than everyone else, they're known for lying of. But this is a big drone had the wingspan of a seven thirty seven and the Wall Street Journal, has covered this story and everyone else pretty extensively folks. I want you to be wary. The news coverage of this up to this point, there was a leak that came out and I'm using the dreaded air quotes, for leaks that there was going to be a response to this show. The drone was unmanned. It was obviously an attack on our military equipment is one hundred plus million dollar Joan. This wasn't one of these quad copter. Things people go flying around, you know, neighborhood to try to, like, you know, deliver Amazon products. This was a hundred and thirty, I think plus million dollar Joan with the wingspan of a seven thirty seven. So there was a leak that came out that said that Donald Trump had basically ordered an attack and ten minutes prior, according to a leak to people who are at the meeting had called off the attack, folks, a couple of things on this. We're gonna move on. I have a really stack Newsday. Number one, I would be very cautious about the Joe leak I think this is President Trump sending a signal. I think this was an intentional leak which means it's not. Leak at all. You get what I'm saying. Like, hey someone leak, we were going to knock the snot out of the Rainiers menu lucky, I called it off. With ten minutes to go you see where I'm going with this. Right. I Trump, I am I am not an interventionist. I'm also a realist when it comes to our national defense, the Iranians are mortal enemies of ours. But our the Iranians right now at this point in exit -sential threat to the United States worthy of an all scale full-scale war, the answer, I believe, to that is no, I believe a measured response. Which President Trump clearly engaged in yesterday's inappropriate. I believe the calling off of the attack. Joe was a clear signal to the Iranians this starts to escalate and cost human lives. Remember the Joan was unmanned again. Not that, that makes this any kind of permissible act, right? But clearly, the loss of human life is is is on workable. There will be. No. There will be no wraparound, Shimada that. But I believe this was Trump sending a signal so take away number one. I don't believe. This was the leak. This was one of those leaks. Iranians, you're lucky called this thing off. Secondly, I find it ironic. Joe that Trump continues to be painted by this. Tedious level, six fake level, six the highest level of Trump derangement syndrome infection as we well know listeners of the show. I find it interesting that they keep attacking Trump is this deranged out of control. Lunatic in the White House, and yet is response on foreign policy seems Joe to be clearly measured and proportional to what went on agreed..
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"joe leak" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"News stories covering is president. Trump's tantrum Nancy, Pelosi's tantrum. We'll talk a lot more about that with John Thomas tomorrow. American Taliban, gone out of jail, John Walker. Lindh. He spent seventeen years jail number. He was caught in Afghanistan fighting for ISIS. All right now, Dr Jim Keeney chief of staff admission hospital. We haven't done this in a little while medical news, Jim. I know you sent me a story about surprise, medical bills, that are coming in which just so much fun for everybody. But just really quickly I wanna digress for moment. When I go into your e r and of course, I have no idea what is going to cost me. Typically, what is the price to see you to have one of those truecar things that you use from bombing people. What kind of money we talk about for any kind of procedure? We're talking about a lot of money is the problem. I mean, you know that's the price transparency is a big issue that you're bringing up here, and I think that would go a long way to help both sides of this argument. Really see what's going on. But, you know, an emergency department is not an a cost efficient way to take care of minor problems. And unfortunately you come in with a sore throat or in Iraq and the Bill is outrageous. You know, I believe it's outrageous, but unfortunately, you got a highly qualified specialist standing at your bedside trying to figure out what you're going to die or not. And they just look in your ear and say you have an ear ache and give you a prescription. You know, that's it. It's the, the facility itself charges one see, and then the doctor charges separate. So this idea of surprise billing is the issue when facilities have a lot more power. When they negotiate with insurance companies, they will negotiate reasonable rates, but then the doctors are left, you know, we're not allowed to unionize. We're not allowed to collaborate when we when we contract with these big huge Blue Shield Blue Cross the big companies. And so it's, it's just the, you know, David against Goliath, kind of thing, and we get stuck with these fees that they say, take it or leave it. So, so yeah, so you end up with. So, for example, you say an earache you know, the doctors, see maybe eighty bucks but an and in normal world where that's all you're paying. That'd be great. But you're also got hit with acidity fee for, you know, say three or four hundred dollars for something minor like that. So all of a sudden, the Bill is huge and the testing, of course. Testing now it's not going to be eighty bucks because now it's more complicated. Visit and then think about this is the other issue that patients get very upset about is say, you know you have a hockey injury. And you're knocked unconscious. Well, that's potential right for disaster, you could be bleeding in your brain. You lost consciousness. You could have had you know, heart attack you could have had, you know, young person could had irregular heartbeat so Sydney, there's significant workup involved. And now in the workup all comes back. Normal people are upset about the, you know, the three thousand dollar hospital hundred dollars. Right. So I hear is the other question when it comes to this because you're right. There's those things transparency. So am I going to pay eight thousand dollars for any our visit with all the stuff the MRI or an x Ray and you looking at it, and bringing in for example, a broken bone? You wanna do an x-ray you want an orthopedic guy to look at it. That's not your expertise. So am I gonna pay? Let's say eight thousand dollars at your ER and then two mile. Away. I'm gonna pay six thousand dollars for the same thing or twelve thousand potentially. Yes. I mean, because there's not that kind of price transparency. And then when you sign up with an insurance company, they're doing all that negotiating for you. So now they have deeply discounted rate, and so if you can go to an in-network facility will then your, you know, and that's what the insurance companies are now showing patients. Oh you should have gone to an in network facility. Well, that's the issue. That's the surprise medical Bill. You go to an in network facility, because of civility has the power hospital cessations have the power to negotiate and now you're stuck with a bunch of doctors at that silly that don't contract. And so now you get out of network Bill for that visit, and it's, it's, you know, three times what the insurance company is willing to pay and the insurance company, explains to you. Well, that's the fair rate is what we're willing to pay. I mean how people decided that what insurance companies decide is the fair rate like, when you crash, your car and they tell. That, you know. Oh, we're only going to pay two hundred dollars for this two thousand dollar repair. Nobody thinks that fair. But somehow when it comes to medicine, they actually take the word of the insurance company, and they're saying, oh, yeah, the fair rate is this low deep discounted rate? So we're on the other side, you have to make up for it, and the pharmaceutical companies have to make up for the fact that around the world negotiating with government. So they're gonna get saying prices release the governments are. But here, the United States, we can charge we make up for all this. So all the RND and everything, which is why a course of drugs here could cost you twenty thousand dollars versus four hundred dollars in France or Spain, or England completely crazy. Just one thing before we leave before we go to the next segment, and that is just a quick story. And rope, I share this with you. When I had my back thing I was in the hospital. I had a back infection for a miles out for almost a month in any case. So at one point margin call. The ambulance because I was totally I couldn't even deal with it. So the ambulance comes and they have to take me to the closest hospital and we said we have a Kaiser hospital. Well couldn't take there have to take you one. That's a mile closer. And so they started doing all the tests. They started doing the Amar. I they did everything when the Bill came, they ran out of space for the zeros on that, Bill. Yeah. It was. And thank God, Kaiser, simply writes the check, but it is beyond comprehension what a visit like that could be inner surgery got I go through everything that I had a list, when I had my surgery one hundred twenty five thousand bucks for heart surgery, these just aren't affordable for anyone and so surely bankrupt. Yeah. Right. Crazy. All right. Let's let's switch gears. By the way, does your hospital provide you insurance? You know, we're, we're independent physician group that staffs the ER, so you have insurance. Yeah. Hilarious if you didn't have medical insurance when to be that would be sad. All right. Let's come back and talk about AI at helping medicine diagnose, because that's obviously the way of the future will be right back with Dr Jim Keeney chief of staff at mission hospital. This is KFI and let's check in with Jennifer Joe's leak data club says more people are hitting the road,.
"joe leak" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Up of minutes. Another guy real quick Howard. Do this in thirty. 'cause you're you're seemed like a nice nice man with a story to tell in regards. You caught a foul ball once in the stands, Larry. Now, we're talking about this earlier, how people would would would take a life to get a foul ball. Go ahead. Well, thanks, Gary Larry for having me haven't talked to you too long time. But it was a great game. Underpants is up I'm way, down home home undis- on the first base side. I was sitting there with a glove and all these people go why do you have a glow? What do you have goal? So these balls commit here. Two hundred miles out of the kill you. They all thought was joke. It's a seventh inning something. I stand up young, HUD, or hunter. He jacked a line drive. Right. At me. All I had to do is literally stayed up. My see caught it turned around did a three sixty jump celebrates of TV hit me. I didn't know my buddies at home my son's at home watching it not believe in it. And of course, Larry I had the ball to a little girl guests as a panda. There you go good, man. Well, crew only says bring your glove get a ball. And and it worked for you a Howard. We got Marcus Thompson ready to go. But thanks, very very much, Marcus Thompson. Here for a few minutes, Marcus yet people chatting, you're now on the on the side of the odds are more Durant. Is staying is that what I'm hearing from you. No one told me the first thing today the market's Thompsons undecided. Durant now. Maybe staying man, I got some real sway don't. Yeah. Well, people it's all the rivers, and nobody knows like so it's it's a little bit. Like, we're guessing every two weeks or thinking, I just believe that when he sits down at the end the words will have a great case. And maybe other teams case won't be as great as they sound right now. So you know, that that is what I think is he says down, you know, I don't I don't think whatever he thinks right now, I'm not sure that it's one hundred percent rock sided. I think he I think he could be swayed come the end of it all so it's fun. And then when then we'll end this people probably getting tired of it to me, don't most of us have an idea what we really want to do within the next couple of months. Yeah. We do. Of course, we do. And I guess that's what I'm basing that on. And I know we don't have the same options and all the millions wherever he goes. It's going to be there. I guess I just I've always felt he kind of have an idea. And so you really think he has or you feel he doesn't know what he wants to do. I feel. He knows what I mean. I don't know what he feels. I don't know him. Right. I don't know like how he's feeling inside. I know their plans that are being discussed. I know that I know other people are talking about it. But this I did a major life change has already been decided before all of the information is like look, I wanna buy a house. I I wanna move, but a lot of factors that have happened before. I actually signed that paper. So. Yeah. Those that house I want I'm just saying things always work out like that. And you'd never know that you tell me when he sits down Joe leak of gonna have a strong pitch that goes sound the whole lot better. After you got three calves ships in your pocket. Right. Like this. I'll just say like the plans are probably in place in their their options that are open. But when when the time to sit down, I wouldn't be surprised if if he's way to do one thing or the other we're talking to Marcus Thompson from the athletic who covers the warriors warriors of two oh on the rockets and the Western Conference semi's game three and four scheduled for Saturday night and Monday nights in Houston in the warriors can wrap it up. I'll tell you this. I mean, in my opinion, the warriors are better. I thought they would win and five I think they're going to win game. One two three lose game four and then win game five. But I was I heard something this morning that that clay Katie and staff combined are shooting forty one percent from the field in the first couple of games in Golden State still up to in some ways, Golden State's two. Oh, and they haven't really played their best game that they gotta be real confident going into game three. Yeah. They always say better on. The road. Like this is how they do it in the playoffs. They get a little bit unfocused. They go for home runs. They shoot a lot of threes when they get on the road. They don't have the advantage of oracle going nuts. And you know, oracle used to just break the wheel of opponents. They know they don't have that. So they go on the road and they just play a different game. It's much more execute. They execute better. They focus more. So I mean, I always expect them to win at least one Rogaine because they've done it every series. But we're going back to you got the they wanted three row games in LA. And then they won two games in Cleveland in the finals and they won game seven. So now, you're looking at that six straight road road win they've had in the postseason. So this is what they do. So I definitely expect a better a better worse. It may not be. They may not win game three it could be game for. But I do think they take at least one of these games in these two series. They've played clippers. And now, here's. Houston. You think they're better off without cousins. And these who series. Yes. So far do feel like they're moments where it'd be nice to have cousins. I mean, they were running Jonas derive go out there. Right. Had a dust him off and played them in a while. You pretty good though. Did he not he in the second state Houston just went right out of it? And he couldn't play anymore. So I feel like in that second unit. Now, they have to play Katie. And they have to play clay or they gotta play to stars with the second unit. They had done it all year. Now, they gotta play too because they just don't have enough offense in that unit. And as the postseason goes, those are just extra minutes that a pallet up. So now that the pressures on them the in series early. If you got cousins, you can play cousins and one all star. And now, it's a little different. So there is some there is some like disadvantaged from losing cousins, even though I don't think it's going to cost him the series. You know, it's interesting when I see Draymond green. I see a guy who's really valuable and and glue peace and a tremendously smart basketball player. But it seems like Nash. Finally, people don't see the genius now. Or if they do they ignore it, and they focused more on him. With officials. You heard the whole back and forth where you know, Mike Greenberg. Basically said there isn't a player in the NBA pastor president complains more about calls. So this is a strange position to take. He sent that to dream on. And green said, hey, you're entitled to your opinion. But and then he went on to say that Greenberg show described as your boring ass. His spent the last two days speaking about fouls and not one x zero that doesn't seem to be your strong suit so proceed I I see the greatness of green. But is it is it lost on the national media? Of course, it is. Because you got to watch the games like you really have to watch the games to understand like how good he is. And what he brings to the warriors. Right. And also think this this whole idea of if you participate in something that like is bad behavior. And afterwards, if you say, yeah, I know is bad behavior. Like, you don't get to say that because you do like dry by saying we complain too much like he should be like that's only self-awareness, right? That means he's not like if it it doesn't know what he's doing like, he complains more than anybody. And he knows his bachelor the game. I I don't understand. Why people are having a hard time with that. Like Steph knows he shouldn't be region. Right. But he's out. There reaching valid and afterwards. He's like, yeah. Shouldn't be reaching so much. So I think people are kind of taking it the wrong way. Which is weird that he saying we should stop complaining. It's bad for the game. Like it for me would be like, hey, I'm glad I'm glad you're saying that said, you're the main offender, right? Maybe should work on that couple of hours ago we had to play by play man on Ackerman from the Houston Rockets. And of course, you're expecting to say this, but we asked him about free agents. And if there was salary. Cap room and just in general with anybody wanna play with James harden? And that doesn't mean he's not grade all that stuff that goes, he's an all NBA player all that. But if I had options, I would not want to play with him. He said, oh, there'd be plenty of people. It would like to play with harden. You know, any? I mean, the question is not like who we talk about people are are they going to be Italian guys. Yes. Star players. You know, they're not going to go there. So they can stay on the side. That's not have exactly I mean, look they're not going to play with the brunt. Who is one of the best passes of all time, right? No, like, there's this sense of like, I'm not going to be in somebody's shadow. Right. And I'm sure whoever goes they'd have to be pretty convinced that it's not gonna be hard. And what it uses rate of fifty percent, right? He's gonna have to be less spread the wealth. But if the bras getting turned down. I don't think they're running towards Arden. But I like it. That's not what that rebut. There's probably some second tier third to your players. Who were like? Yeah. Like, let's go. Do. I want to be on a team that could potentially take down the word is I could definitely see that. But not not quite literally going to Houston play hard. And you know, those type of players fun game last night in Denver at the Pepsi center, Portland. You know, they can get an incredible game from Lillard or from McCollum. And yet they beat Denver in their in their backyard ninety seven ninety and through the defensive clamps down on Jamal Murray who shot six eighteen if I asked you or I if I if you polled all the essential people in warrior land, the players, the coaches, the executives the people that are have a vested interest in this thing who are the warriors rooting for in that series, Portland or Denver. Probably denver. Really? Yeah. I mean, they beat Denver about forty like they they got a pretty good handle on Denver yoke. Which is a problem, but they feel like they can run him. And also, there's just this inexperienced thing. This is their first full season. Rightly they've already accomplished what they need to accomplish. So you can kinda you can you could school differ in that sense with Portland. They've got those go Portland is not, you know, I don't think they're afraid of Portland at all. But there's a part that might say hold on like Damon CJ. We've we've beat them three times already at some point. They might just go off get tired of it. Like, there's probably more fear factor of the Dame CJ kind of backward. Maybe it could go off. I mean to be clear. I the either them scare the wars at all. But the the Denver series might be a little bit faster than the Portland. One talkative talking about at the beginning of the show. You say what you want believe Houston came out and played hard. You know? I mean, they really went at the warriors in just just couldn't get over. But I think it's gonna be really anti-climatic off. What I saw last night. It was I don't know. Larry. Okay game. I thought pretty tough one to watch. That's all you want. You wanna do like complain in going to the risk you missed it? No, no. Of course. I didn't miss that. But you can save a Houston plays hard. They do they do it James harden, like not flopping or doing all that crazy stuff is really good, right? What is like a cyborg Marcus one quick mention on Milwaukee Boston? I sad note this morning. I saw Danny has suffered a mild heart attack in Milwaukee came yesterday's sixty years old. He's obviously, obviously, it's a serious situation. I don't have one. I don't have an update he's the he's been Boston's president of basketball ops. And since two thousand and three or our thoughts and prayers go out to Danny and his family, and hopefully he.
"joe leak" Discussed on Life in HD
"So so bottom line this thing for me in terms of folks that that want to shoot for contentment and happiness in terms of retirement. What are some of the top things you recommend that on? Yeah. I think that if you start with the money side think of that as multiple income sources and more more in different ways to get your income in retirement, just better hit the five hundred thousand dollar Mark and have either no mortgage or close to being able to pay the mortgage off. Yeah. That was a that was a big one big finding as well as that. Either folks were had their mortgage paid off or it was very close insight to being paid off exactly. So that's that's the that's the financial side of the the softer side. But arguably just as important is the corporate side, it's I need to have you need to start developing. Those core pursuits it takes time. You need you need to take time and focus in on them focus in on yourself. Because it it it it. It's it's a critical piece to the equation for you end your spouse to to start working on them. So you've got it spend some time, and they just like anything that's important. It is not something that happens easily you any new hobby. You pick up. It's going to take time dedication anything. That's social worrying it takes put in the effort. You gotta you gotta show up and a lot of times if you're busy or you have kids you have jobs, you got two jobs, you've got obligations, it's hard. And I think my I mean, I think my message in what maybe even learned post writing the book. Is just how important that really is. And how that you've got to be able to give yourself permission and motivate yourself that that PC Claes's just important as the financial. And Finally, I have to get rid of my BMW. Oh, that's driving around listening interview in BMW it and you're not retired. It's the good news is it's not too late is your tire. You gotta get rid of it traded in now getting couldn't make this up. I know ideally, come back this way. But for some reason the unhappy group in the survey and their top luxury car was the BMW. I I don't know why I tried to explain it in the book. But that's that was that was that was that was the data the top top happy retiree car luxury Lexus, and you can make and I'll let your audience try to have their own opinion on that. I will say that the w I think USA Rhoda log about how terrible my research was. Well, in the in the book, you you did a pretty good job doing a comparison of the the cost of owning those two cars and Lexus came out on on top some of the other luxury cars that among the happiest folks where I think he said, Buick and Mercedes, and then there were some mid level cars as well. But just interesting stuff to to think about probably not the the the the key findings in your research. But I am certainly an interest provoke it. Yeah. It is. It is definitely worth the conversation in my friends are are busting my chops on the whole BMW thing. West boss. I really appreciate you taking time out to to talk with me today and sharing your your secrets of happy retirees it's such a pleasure to be on the show. Thank you so much and happy happy happy now. Whether you call it happiness, or peace of mind money can provide a freedom that allows you to truly enjoy your life in retirement. And according the west is research, you might not need as much as everyone is telling you that you need remember the happiest retirees have at least a median of five hundred thousand dollars in liquid net assets, the average for the happiest retirees or at eight hundred fifty thousand Mets versus four hundred and fifty thousand for the until. Once you get above that amount. You'll experience diminishing marginal happiness the happiest retirees averaged three point five core pursuits and have an average of two and a half children and the happiest retirees live in the middle. When it comes to shopping and dining out, not to cheap and not to expensive in the mortgage is paid off or within sight of the patient. Hopefully, this conversation will help you focus on what you'll need to do to have happy. Thanks for listening to life in HD. Joe leaks.
"joe leak" Discussed on High Noon
"This is a nightmare that got some grounding in reality. But to get Bajic do you like bid seven say. Say he wanna come learn what it's like to be a real point guard that had nothing to do with the question about you have to do this at all why did you decide that this is what you were going to offer? But he did it in a very delicate way to avoid the Tampere thing. And now, it comes to L brand Brad is like no, there's no way that we're going to allow you to do this. But magic is doing this Beaufort reason we both know, which is that magic loves being Joan magical glad-handing talking about other guys grabbed his last night dotty part and say, that's all Joe Lee magic. He's Joe leaks about the brand is like yo leave my man alone. Today's number six tell me threes. RJ barrett. Hit and dukes win over Virginia this weekend after the game Barrett said he came in with my Mamba mentality. What'd you think? Watching the former would be number one pick on Saturday. This is best case scenario for RJ Barrett. If he's gonna hit shots like that. He's the best player in the countries. I Williamson no sign Williamson to thing is this year. He shooting like thirty three. Sent from three. He has not been that good. I just know. And I know that Cesky coach Kobe Bryant or the Olympics and stuff like that. But if I'm a coaching to do tells me, I got the mob mentality. I don't want that. I don't want that at all if I'm his teammate. I don't want that. But these guys are friends, and if they weren't better friends are J, maybe frustrated also at the fact that Zion still kinda got the spotlight because of this. This was cutting. I mean, when do we see this happen? This is bad. You know, like I thought I could get that shot off. It was reasonable for me to think that I could get that shot. All it's a corner. Three guy coming from the paint. And in the NBA, we talk all the time about the value of corner threes of spacing the floor. If Zion Williams will use all of those hops to be a floor shrink. Yeah. That's another level. But Barry is so much like Kobe. He's gay look so much like who. And the fact that he's not as good as shooter as you probably would think. No. But in closing. Nick season. Ticket renewals are due by February twenty eighth. So all I want to do here is checking in and see the hometown team is making their pitch. Oh, wow. Wait, wait, who are they pitching? I mean clearly there pitching this gentleman because everybody knows who this gentleman is right. You guys know this, and then this obvious who'd you want to promote yo you give the game away. When Mitchell Robinson is in the ground. And this dude this food is in the background. Bo this guy who said, I don't know who traded Kristaps. I don't know accept it seems like I don't know. Maybe you did they literally could have put the season ticket holders faces in the mid, Robin. Went ahead and say purpose because he's saying about you dog. I just hope they know. I just hope it's actually going to happen closing shout out to the Southern University human jukebox play at halftime and Dallas. They did you hear the Dirk Nowitzki. Right. Forty one to great tribute. And I didn't know that southern can't that much about this..
"joe leak" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"The question if these I will is onto something. Okay. My father was very happy because the owls made the cut to the last couple of days of show. We've been talking about doing something involving this out. We haven't seen the video. But now the Al is finally made the cut. It's a dumb bird, by the way. It gets good PR. But it's a dumb bird. Let's check in with the owls. Oh, no. Oh, this gives me nightmares. Actually, see people think that's because the L is wise again. No. Because it's dumb, the I'll isn't dumb bird. No. But I've recorded I've DVR to documentary on HBO about killer. Robots? And I believe this is part of it. This really does scare me. Sure that it's not that robots here. Getting ready to eat. How a joke. Oh, you're done. That's a threat. Go ahead popular who's there? Who who does sounds like, no? Question. If these scary bug. Okay. We cover the animal kingdom, very well here. Usually it's bugs that are in ears. All of those bugs or scary. What kind of bug? Do. We have here. Okay. Like who? It's like a bit of a cockroach octopus. What is this? What's it going? Oh. He has hungry, and there is the cockroach octopus. Where did that come from that part of his body? What is that? That's the thing has right whatever that thing is that was just a tan coming out is this underwater. The bug was way to a slow. That's right. That's one of your little. As if the bug hasn't had a hard enough thing happened to it. He's here to question the slowness of the bug. Gotta be pasta yet to be faster deadbug. Do you know who you look like, no puppy, please? Tell me. Well, the Joe leak Rejai. Question who got us Morrissey trip or pedestrian? Okay. The green giant is slightly less than jolly with the jokes being made at his expense. Today. I'm never going to be able to wear this jacket began. Let's check in here. With a truck driver in some pedestrian. Oh, well, that's manure by the way. That's minora minora. Are they may know are trucked. Oh. Imagine geared for your life that you're actually think that you were just sitting move that looked really scared. I would have preferred plutonium I know someone who have loved that would love that. Nobody..
"joe leak" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Because as I told you what I opened up the story, remember the date April tenth because the next day, this major story about Carter page in the FIS comes out the Washington Post. So I think it's pretty clear at this point based on the circumstantial evidence that the leak was probably information about the FIS from Carter page in an effort to damage Trump combined that show with the fact that we already know. Stroke in page, hated Donald Trump. This is not a mystery. Now this is not a mystery. We already know that we have their tax. I can smell the Trump supporters. This guy's the worst. We got to do some. We need an insurance policy, etc. Since you've all heard the tax, it's pretty clear at this point that they don't like Trump. I base that on the fact that the leak happened the next day. Then it's pretty clear. I think this was a media strategy to hurt Donald Trump. Now, folks that's a serious problem again, because we're talking about not leaking minor details. Here. We're talking about leaking sensitive, five, foreign intelligence, surveillance court information out to media people not in any way clear to receive it and and in his strategy to do maximum damage to Donald Trump, possibly to get this emotive to get the momentum behind the special counsel going. This is really, really devastating information. And Sarah Carter, I have a linked to her report Jon Solomon's, please read them in the show notes, very important pieces. I know folks against some. Times we have these major revelations that I put these boxes together. This is a simple story. This is not hard to understand, right, but I don't want you to mistake its simplicity for a lack of importance. Again, I'm an investigators, nothing more. I like to say, hey, folks, did you missed this? Jimmy, stat and people are. I never saw this is simple as pied understand. Two people involved in the investigation of Donald Trump. We're leaking sensitive information to the media to hurt Donald Trump. But Carter last night was right show. She come out. She said, I believe this is one of the most important revelations we've seen so far to date and this investigation. I can't agree with their more folks because now it talks about a an actual conspiracy here. If accurate, that these leaks were designed to hurt Trump about sensitive information leaked in a potentially criminal way. We have an actual criminal conspiracy, at least evidence of it, not conclusive at this point, but strong evidence that a criminal conspiracy did exist to impact deeply and damage. Politically the Donald Trump administration using law enforcement powers. We're talking about actual crimes. Now we're not talking about fairy tales. We're not talking about the collusion hoax. We're talking about actual potential documented evidence of a crime. Now, again, is it proven at this point that this was a the information leaked was criminal. It's not a clear on that. I'm telling you those evidence there that I think we'll find out over the coming days because I'm telling you, people know this whole story. We're going to find out over the coming days. That I believe that's where it's leading us that this was an actual criminal conspiracy to deeply impact the Trump administration. Remember that's important. You may say Dan, you've been talking about that for a while. No, I haven't. I have been talking about an effort politically to subvert the Trump administration administrative issues within the department, and I've been talking about criminal leaks. The criminal conspiracy though, is an entirely different case. Does that make sense? Show of Joe leaks information? Explain that, please. Explain. Okay. What I've been talking about in the past is the criminality in the cases, the leaks about Mike Flynn. If you've been listening to the show about Mike flood's conversation, which was clearly unmasked that was clearly classified information leaked to the Washington Post and David, Ignatius, I also talked about the October leak. The existence of the Trump admit investigation to the media to. The New York Post of the Washington Times, a New York Times. Excuse me, the New York Times in October. These are potentially criminal leaks, the criminal conspiracy. In other words, it's not just Joe. It's Joe conspiring with others in the Justice department and FBI to magnify the gravity of this and coordinate the coordination show. The conspiracy is a different crime. Joe, you, robbing a Bank is a crime you conspiring with fifteen different people to rob the Bank and laundering the money is a conspiracy charges. Well, as making sense. Thanks, bro..
"joe leak" Discussed on Late Night Parents
"And this is the film as you, as you said, said that, like I, it's kind of like this unconventional, it's, it's, we like to call it like a really traditional and conventional thriller told in the most insanely unconventionally possible. So it's never gonna get old for us hearing anybody thoughts on film, whether it's, you know, people like yourselves or whether. Everyday fans out there like it's never gonna get old route. We consider every person who gets to see the film and says anything about it plus all the way. I think the way you told the story using social media using the the different applications in the vices and appliances out there. I think that that thought process of with us someone's going to quickly copycat that it sounds like it. As I mean, plenty like, you know. And for those that don't know, searching the story about thriller about a father searching for his missing daughter, and the way he's going about looking for her is that she's kind of going through her laptop and trying to find information includes us to where she might be. And of course, in the process, he learned things about her that he never imagined could learn. And the unconventional part is the fact that the entire from takes place on the technology devices that we use every single day, laptops, iphones, ipads, whatever. And you know, it's interesting what you say about copycats because when this film kind of started off with care to learn, like we basically a nation, I, you know, being writing partners, inhaling direction evening, appreciate as a team. We had made a really, really, really cool like two and a half minute short film that we shot on the Google glasses. You guys remember those at all like they were going to be the future, like rest in peace. You were the one. And basically like that video caught the attention of a bunch of you know that video got hired a Google where he actually spent about two years writing and directing several commercials for them, and one way or another island in a meeting with a Prussian company called basil labs, which is run by team or by on the top. And he's a director who's done movies like wanted dangling Joe leaks. But as a producer, one of his successes was a film Colin friend did have you guys seen unprinted. It sounds familiar, but I have not. So unfriendly is a horror film about teenagers sniping together at night, and it all takes place on a laptop is as well. And they get haunted by ghosts that starts killing them off on my one. And it was a co production between p Morse company and blunt house and universal released did and actually did really well in theaters, and there's a sequel coming out soon also. And when initially I, I got him in mixed with this company, they offered us a chance to pitch so that we can write produce direct a short film that would take place on devices and we pitch searching. We came up with the idea as an eight minute short film because when they were when they started talking about computers can movies, we were like, we're not interested. You don't wanna make a ninety minute cooling future film on on devices. That sounds like a gimmick. So we pitch them searching assured. They've bring us into the room, and this is like a dream come true because searching is an issues I feature in each. Had done nothing at the time. And I've been in any producer for a couple of years, and I was lucky that my first phone call though station, that kind of helped launch a number of awesome other than have to be approved Ron..
"joe leak" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"The episode the second to last episode is the greatest episode of the whole series because carry goes to paris gets her at handed to her by the city and it was just justifying for years of watching her leveling to put up with her bullshit and like she really acts like a forty year old child and it's so annoying she's like l louise at the piazza and she's forty and it's unbearable but i'm glad to be done with it and moving on with my life anyways are you ready for the past five stories that you need to know before you wake up and take a bite out of your morning toasty every morning chose because i felt i feel bad now that i'm doubting sodomy but this is what i wasn't saying that i'm just saying like it was highly unnecessary you're giving kids ideas of how to believe each other outing sodomy i understand why you feel bad the no i'm not i don't want to doubt anyone's experiences but all i'm saying is like the scene was so unnecessary so vulgar and it's like they needed their show to be relevant so they did something crazy because there was nothing else noteworthy about the whole season okay fair okay i angela angelina joe leak loose primary custody of her kids if brad pitt isn't allowed access says a report angelina jolie is in danger of losing primary custody of her six children to strange husband brad pitt according to court documents obtained by the blast this could occur if she doesn't take steps to improve their relationship with their father a judge in the couple's ongoing divorce said the six children quote not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them adding that it is critical that each of them have a healthy and strong relationship with their father and mother furthermore the judge said in court documents if the minor children remained closed down to their father and depending on the circumstances surrounding this condition and may result in a reduction of the time they spend with joe lee.
"joe leak" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Some law enforcement official joe leak did the sar the suspicious activity report about this transfer to trump's lawyer of money they leaked to show because information was disappearing from a database i don't believe that for a second here's what i'm telling you happened yesterday again collusion stories dead everybody's running for cover they know the i g reports coming out they know leakers are about to be exposed and the guy who leaked the sarge oh he knows he's going to get caught so he leaked to the press the story in advance to try to get political cover for himself oh who's afraid they were going to delete information and records b s crap you got busted you know it and he's simply running for cover now that he knows he's leakers rogo and down yesterday was a good day for all of us smile today i mean it i'm telling you please i get it i understand people's impatience with an i don't blame you one bit especially with sessions i get it i get it i'm just telling you this yesterday was a good day and i know from watching the panic watch seth abramson feed on twitter whenever something bad happens for him and his conspiracy theorist crowd he some he's like this left leaning guy who invents these crazy conspiracy theories about russian collusion you asked me a while ago some of you on twitter what twitter fees i watch to determine the level of panic on the left abramson is one of them seth abramson loses his mind every time this investigation into the spying operation on trump starts to be disclosed readers twitter feed yet.
"joe leak" Discussed on No Agenda
"Christopher dolan cambridge massachusetts in is a shot at karma we got that forms you've got carmine again burke can't in south texas been listening since the g single digit episodes consolatoion can express enough gratitude for the enlightenment entertainment and laughter you both have provided me and my friends over the past ten years all hail no agenda and that's it for our executive producer and associate executive producers with our two for both fog both fog no no boafo bo bo golf bogilov bob buga bog of yes twofer whoa yeah i'm humbled i'm hall and and it's not so much just the the amount of producers and thank you so much for the value you're showing that's highly appreciated i love the no two people say you actually change something we helped me through something i i don't want it on saturday he bought the scan is fine i mean the people are getting something out of the show which is exactly our intention yes we're trying to but we're not doing it for that purpose we're doing it the deconstruct news to make people saying she bs thing is make people think joe leaking the fact that we so more clips of doing this jury this shows in around a little long even though the second half of the donation sing was gonna be short hair but e e you know once you start seeing through this stuff you get a different perspective and the need you start seeing it yourself you do need the show as it as i think is a foundation.