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"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome back baseball family. We have john warwick again. We're going to get more into texas rangers baseball. And i have a few questions firm about Baseball in texas in general but Let's let's start with that new stadium. We talked a little bit about it. Last lagging we were getting to know john with the run down but what is john. What's one feature about this new stadium. That baseball fans are just gonna love air conditioning. Was that it's live right man. I'm gonna let me tell you something. Let me just break it down for those. There's a lot of people that oh the purest that'll sit there and tell you i cannot believe we're gonna play indoors all of this and i'm like you have never come down to texas and i've been coming since nineteen seventy four like i said when i was a little kid i was about seven at that time and i it is hot even in the evenings. Look you can have game time at seven. Oh five pitch and you look at the temperance ninety four degrees at. You can't imagine how hot it is down on the field and so when you're there sunday afternoons rangers always played sunday afternoon games at one o'clock central time. That's that's dead. August one hundred hundred three degrees. I'm sorry it's hot and you get burned if you don't have on your if you're not underneath in shaded whatsoever and last year There were no fans last year. But we weren't. We did have access in the press box to be there. And i'm telling you right now. What they're gonna love. You know my last year at the stadium. When i was in the press box. I didn't raw much. Appreciated the air. Until i would leave and go meet a fan or go do something. Down down in the stance. His hot not get back in the press box and be very happy. We're open air. The press box in texas now is open air. So there's no glass there's just open there's the and by the way the highest spot in the whole thing. I mean. I told people if you think we're lucky because we get media credentials that sounds really cool and all of that but literally..

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"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome back baseball family to yet another installment of the baseball together. Fogcast we have an exciting interviews to bring you today. John moore is in the house. He's with us ear say john. Hey guys what's going on our. We're really excited to have john here. We're gonna let you get to know him in just a minute. But first we're going to see if he gets caught in the rundown so john our first question for you is. What is your quest. I quest. Oh my gosh. My quest as far as baseball or general life whenever you want. John lee hard hitting questions here man. You guys are journalism majors. Lord again i you know. My quest is a is a happy long. I'm very happily married. I'm a lot older than you youngsters. Been happily married. Got a wonderful wife. Three wonderful kids. I just hope everyone stays healthy healthy and get them grandkids. And i got my oldest one married off so That's that's my quest and as much baseball you know what my quest- my wife. And i have a quest to see. Every major league ballpark in america along with minor league wants and we're pretty well on our way we've seen a few so far. Wow nice that's a great west. All right that's all question. What is your favorite color. My favorite color is blue blue. I'm partial to orange t but blue. Yeah i do like blue next question. What is your favorite position to watch or focus on during a baseball game. Wow that's a great question. You know i i. I'm old school. Guy really like a good pitchers duel and a catcher and watching the catcher. Call a game so that that's probably the most I'm i'm a big defender defense too so I like all of the a good pitchers. Duel is really exciting to me so agreed. Yeah pitching and defense small ball here. They big time. I was a catcher growing up. So i i i watched catchers all the time. Love pitching if your team were a beverage. What would it be a beer rangers there that they get a beer ads. We're talking to bud light. Or is this something on the spectrum. Or i tell you i like i like a local blonde brew from any anywhere you go. If there's a local beer local brewery i will go in and get your blinds. I'm not a big guy. The dark beers just they don't settle with me. Right i just gives me the belches and everything else so a good blond beer from any local brewery. My wife and i are usually on board. We love him. That's wonderful that's great Which texas ranger throws the best parties the best parties You know let's see. I would have to say all time or like on the current roster who. I think i think all time from i don't know if you know there's you guys know this or not but there's a former major league player named jeff frye and he hosted pob podcast and i'm as producer and the stories i've heard about him and all the different guys we've had on sounds like jose canseco the former ranger probably through the best parties. Jeff jeff was on the other. David hulse was on the other night. He played for the rangers..

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"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Oh my gosh. And then like you know everybody else's had rick and a bunch of other hall of famers and stuff mima ps and qs. I understand that. I do have one story. That was really cool. So in the old stadium and this is bullying. I'm an old ranger fan. I started back in seventy four. The first game i ever attended. And this was the old old arlington stadium and then they built in ninety. Four the stadium that we just left and so my first year in the press box Back behind where the press is. There's a a like a room where you eat they put out a buffet dinner and you eat dinner and they all these tables to sit at and they have soft drink machines and all of that no beer guess in the old days to be beer but there wasn't beer so you could go get a soft drink or whatever so i'm going to get the orioles are in town and you'll run it over to get a dot co dot coke refill. And as i'm sitting there. I'm doing somebody bumps me and Any turns around no front of me. That's what it was. He was in front of me. And i was just kind of looking at my phone. Getting ready get. And i couldn't see who it was. He was in front of me on the machine. He kinda runs back. He bumps into me. Turns around. grabs is really sorry. I'm sorry about that. I'm like no no problem. And i look it's jim palmer. And he's like cell. Putting on. Jim palmer just apologized to me. I cannot and he was like. Are you sure you. I was like yeah. I'm fine man. Yeah you could spill over being the gay awesome all right. Let's break when we get back around and talk to john about some more Texas rangers.

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"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:54 min | 6 months ago

"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Recap of the box scores from the previous day's games. Welcome back baseball family to yet another installment of the baseball together. Fogcast we have an exciting interviews to bring you. Today's john moore is in the house. He's with us ear say john. Hey guys what's going on our really excited to have john here. We're going to let you get to know him and just a minute. But first we're going to see if he gets caught in the rundown so john our first question for you is. What is your quest my quest. Oh my gosh. My quest as far as baseball or general life. Whatever you want. John golly hard hitting questions here man you guys are journalism warn you know. My quest is a is a happy long. I'm very happily married. I'm a lot older than you youngsters. Been happily married. Got a wonderful wife. Three wonderful kids. I just hope everyone stays healthy healthy and get them grandkids. And i got my oldest one married off. So that's that's my quest and see as much based you know what my quest- my wife. And i had a quest to see every league ballpark in america along with minor league wants and we're pretty well on our way where we've seen a few so far. Wow nice that's great west. All right question. What is your favorite color. My favorite color is blue blue. I'm partial to orange to but blue. Yeah i do like blue next question. What is your position to watch or focus on during a baseball game. Wow that's a great question. You know i i. I'm an old school guy. Really like a good pitchers duel and a catcher in watching a catcher. Call a game. So that's probably the most I'm i'm a big defender of defense too so I like all of the. But i guess a good pitchers dole is really exciting to me. So agreed yeah. We're all buck pitching and defense. Small here like big time. I was a catcher growing up. So i i watch catchers all the time. Love mma pitching if your team were a beverage. What would it be a beer. Rangers was up to sooner that. Let me say it again. A beer talking to bud light or is this something on the ip as spectrum. Or i tell you. I like i like a local blonde brew from any anywhere you go. There's a local beer or local brewery. I will go in and get your blinds. I'm not a big. Ip guy the dark beers just they don't settle with me right just gives me the belches and everything else so a good blond beer from any local brewery my often are usually on board. We love him. That's wonderful that's great Which texas ranger throws the best parties the best parties Let's see i. I would have to say all time or like on the current roster who i think all time from a and you know you guys know this or not but there's a former major league planning jeff frye and he hosted a podcast and i'm as producer and the stories i've heard about him and and all the different guys we've had on sounds like jose canseco the former ranger probably through the best parties. Jeff jeff was on the other day that was on the other night. He played for the rangers. And the brewers for a.

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"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"john moore" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"It's i really hate the rule. It just feels like it just feels like little league which you know. I have nothing wrong. There's no problem with little league. But you can't have bids out playing ten to fifteen innings so you got to do something to get him get home early. But professional athletes they can play ten to fifteen days. Have rotations in there for a reason Right that's heap your bench stocked the yankees after garrett cole went what five. And a third with eight ks. He did he ended up with. I think what four or five pitchers came after him. Yeah they had. They had different pitcher. Evan every inning after that. Yeah it was insane yeah force. You're really receive ago to but exactly because none of them carried earned run that whole stretch that last part of opening any of their any of their performances because the runner started on second Exactly right yeah. No i they have. They have to push the pictures a little bit more and part of the problem with why. We're not seeing as many hits. Everybody striking out all the time is because they're not pushing their relievers. There's i don't like you're such thing as a long reliever anymore. No which is released guys. Only two which is strange to me though because the pictures are going a shorter time. Yup you know like if you have a pitcher who only goes to two thirds like. It's not really that big of a deal like well. I guess we just you know. Bring in our our middle relievers and they'll go to innings each instead of one. It won't be that big of a deal if you're forced to you mean if your starter goes yeah a third. Yeah yeah yeah. I say started goes to two hundred ten two thirds on like that. And then you're not really stretching your relievers by by bringing them in at that point in the game if they're capable of the long relief game. Well that's what i'm saying like. They can go. They can go six out. Yeah and that's not really long. Hopefully i don't think boston go six outs right now relief. I don't think so either that that comes down to circumstance and who you got. Yeah you know there. There are times. I don't think that there are guys in the mariners. Bullpen can go three three at bats. Three outs oh yeah right. Yeah like i feel like bullpens are down right now like there are really really good ones like the race. Have a really good one. Dodgers have a really good one but like overall across the league like relievers have become so nomadic because teams are just like.

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Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe

"David Foster not completed his second hat trick of the season by scoring with two fifty six remaining in the Bruins seven to three outdoor win over the flyers at Lake Tahoe Pasternak scored in the opening minute of the first two periods before registering his second hat trick versus the flyers this season they sell side one timers on thoughts are harmful go to so I use guys just try to get it on that and you know it's always it's always a good start out the game and the score for shift than on it okay get on the ball right away Charlie Coyle Trent Frederic at Nick Ritchie scored in the one thirty nine span late in the second period to give the Bruins a six to lead Craig Smith Brad Marchand John Moore and Connor Clifton each had two assists in Boston's first win in three games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Houston weather: Clouds and fog with warm temperatures

Consumer Team

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

Houston weather: Clouds and fog with warm temperatures

"Very warm conditions. Tonight We are cloudy and foggy with a 40% chance of showers. Especially late. Those drop down the upper sixties temptress barely budging all through your Monday. Steady temp around 70 degrees. A 50% chance of showers Monday morning with some patchy fog and clouds and some clearing skies later in the afternoon. Mostly sunny, low seventies Tuesday. I mean girls, Todd work Whether challenge 71 degrees cloudy skies at the John Moore Ktrh 24 hour Weather

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"john moore" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"john moore" Discussed on KTRH

"Year and a half interest not just to call John Moore seven three twenty twenty why bad polling for trump actually is not Friday on Houston's morning news it's in so one day something to behold on this day in nineteen sixty eight during the recording session while the rolling stones working on sympathy for the devil the fire breaks out in the studio so while many are quick to blame Lucifer himself the blaze is actually caused by ally being used by a camera crew documenting the session's rights is crap Lucifer done set the fire himself he uses the light of the camera crew this guy didn't grow up where I grew up if you grew up where I grew up you had a healthy fear of the devil he was everywhere never did she you do things wrong S. the devil don't got a whole do you idle hands devil's workshop I.

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"john moore" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"john moore" Discussed on KTRH

"Full year and a half just not just a call John Moore seven three twenty five twenty we will be defending our police we will be dismantling our police we will be disbanding our police we will be ending our police force we can create a society it's not so over police or police we don't tolerate certain tactics I'm saying not only do we need please call the Minneapolis police it is one hundred forty six days left till coast to coast from order to order to shine the it was present in the basement he's fine in the basement two people seem a days to.

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"john moore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"john moore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Really see serious I don't think so seven a seven here on Colorado's morning news take a look at some Dow futures with Pat to head to the markets opening up in B. cable sports nuggets get a nice win all those things and more coming up here right now in the media John Moore C. restart starting downtown north of I. twenty five best Alameda we've got a crash there that's going up from right around Santa Fe your eastbound six Feb your driver's heavy from what fruits are C. for seventy is woke up westbound along the foothills drive at two eighty five your touch other drives another busy drivers warning coming up from Douglas county for gas supplied your little bit slow and then around C. four seventy through the tech center right around rap will you be having at the downtown something like twenty five loaded up coming down through court in Oakland coming down forty fourth away by seventy six of the downtown drivers well I. seventy heavy in both directions watch out of the foothills and mountains slicker drive up there a ramp from westbound I. seventy two fort hill at the base of loyal to U. S. six that is closed right now and the cleaning of a crash Colorado handed another one itself but I was up at Park Road that Mississippi in the gap project this morning a slow driver October road any single car crash there this report is sponsored by Lowe's do it right save five percent every day by shopping at Lowe's in store or online save five percent eligible purchases just by using your lows advantage card do it right for let's start with low subject to credit approval cannot be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply see store for details U. S. only next updated ten minutes okay wait eight fifty eight of ninety four one of them well we've almost made it through winter I know it doesn't feel like it on a day like today when you got snow on the ground but March is the official start of spring so the perfect time to start thinking about spring cleaning call my friends at zero Raz and have them do the heavy lifting they've got an awesome.

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Bergeron scores on power play in OT, Bruins top Isles 3-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Bergeron scores on power play in OT, Bruins top Isles 3-2

"The Boston Bruins won their third straight with the three two overtime win over the islanders Patrice Bergeron one with a power play goal is seventeen in what was a fun game I thought was a great game tonight there's a lot of things happening out there both teams were you know skating well in creating would also like you said type checking and how much space out there and you know that's what we're gonna see down the road so and they're great team the island is controlled most of the first two periods they did fall victim to tough walk when a Jake the brusque shot deflected off his skate to even the game one John Moore put the beads up to to one early in the third that Matt Barr as L. acted for the aisles with the seventeenth took a rash was outstanding in Boston's gold with thirty five saves might make you so New York

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Stamkos scores 2 to lead Lightning past slumping Bruins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Stamkos scores 2 to lead Lightning past slumping Bruins 3-2

"The Boston Bruins losing streak rose to five Thursday night falling to the Tampa Bay Lightning three to two special teams were the difference in the game Tampa Bay scoring two power play goals while Boston went over to on the man advantage Patrice Bergeron notched his tenth goal of the season early in the game giving Boston a one nothing lead going into the second period the lightning came out flat in the middle frame leaving their net minder to make several highlights saves until Steven Stamkos scored on the power play stamp goes would score again in the third which would become the game winner it's been a lot of fun it's it's been great you know how that second goal it's just we just heard on the puck we create a turnover and and we get pucks to the net so we'll get rewarded right now because I think we're playing rightly stamp goes now has six goals in the last four games Boston defenseman John Moore scored late in the game before time ran out for the Bruins Baltimore's account Tampa

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"john moore" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Am Central Time and Of course archives. You can listen to anytime we choose but comment on. I saw the part of the interview of Intimate Today on the Star Chamber trial impeachment. It's not really a AH proper trial because the rules of evidence illegal activity and remember the Atlantic and expert Muslim medical expert and every specialty in every country on earth. And what I see here. There's not legally what you're saying is true what you're saying to occupy there's something even more fundamental that articles of impeachment articles of impeachment ACACIA can only come from one place one place only. That's the house. Judiciary Committee can't come from any place else. So this committee reading cannot issue articles of impeachment. Only the house. Judiciary Committee can do that. So that's even more foundational than improper procedures right and the other thing that they're trying to destroy his reputation because they probably already know that you're not GonNa get twenty senators They're going to switch and deep six president trump. No No. I don't say trump is perfect but to be honest with you. He's a hero. I put up last weekend and actually wanted to I I have I have him as Superman now. I know he needs good advisors if I can get a back door I want John Moore and you and me somebody. Their experts like John W spring to be able to talk to the man directly. He's got either globalist knuckleheads where people experience that are advising him and unfortunately because of his previous experience on on television he operates the president like a game show news. Mike is around one fifty seven and one sixty. He's probably the best negotiator on the planet. He's improved the economy seven trillion dollars and brought back to stock market. And so when and if he hadn't lost second half of this I German office to the Dump Democrats by extending Russia Gate. He probably would already have passed loss of to permanently. Lower the tax rates and improve the a lot for the middle class even more the average middle class persons getting five thousand dollars more per year in their pocket because of the change in the economy was the lowest unemployment rates Blacks Hispanics and women in American history. Now there are some negative sides of trump. And we're GONNA those are easy to deal with their like teaching five G. Network Mark Fry putting water deep dirty water down FRAC areas in northern California and elsewhere Dickin- trigger off quakes or pushing genetically modified food rather than just mineralized soil and using scaler technology to get rid of pastures rather than pesticides. which are you know toxic to people by causing proteins to be edge of it's toxic? Immune reactions because autoimmune disease cancer. Cancer rates are going skyrocketing and also pushing five G. Network which is easy to fix fibre-optic the whole damn country and then put led's and your ceiling transmit at two to five hundred times faster than Wifi so we can provide solutions of trump. They'll make him the best president ever rape accents. The world leaders King David repented of Killing Your Ryan taking his wife Sheva so I I'm honestly hoping that this week when Sunderland gets Gets you know there that this is going to blow up in the face of Adam Schefter. I've changed the last letters of his name from inevitable. I it is inevitable. It's already in the process of exploding twice. I know it yet. But it's already is Adam Schiff. I think the guy looks to me like he's got some hyperthyroidism or some brain disorders is are being pushed out like a bug but the fact is the Madison Inveterate Liar. In fact I don't think even even takes notes to keep his life straight because he lies in any lies different lie so it doesn't you keep the same lie either in the public on video. Whatever the problem is for more than a year he had secret information about the collusion of of Russia and Donald Trump is still a secret isn't it maybe an apparent yeah? Well the problem. Is you see the Democrats part. And they're also O'Brien Republicans. We've got Romney. We've gotTA RHINOS. We went over over list last week. of the Rhino Republicans that are not necessarily trump's friend for example. I saw the comment on the news. There and drudge communist more on my video channel the Tillerson Persson saying well if trump actually said this. It's a wrong notes not wrong. You can't give money to a foreign government if they have corruption that's the job of the president isn't isn't it right. They don't have money to governments. Most governments have corruption. That's a given but looking into crimes perpetrated by vice president and his son that's part of his responsibility as executive in executive branch. Well when four billion dollars the media keeps saying that he's Doing something to help his campaign well it may or may not helpless this campaign a man who Joe Biden announces a An event that was either Vermont or New Hampshire Sixty people show up. Doctor you can. Skew gets more than sixty. I get more than sixty people. Show up this Joe. Biden is not a serious candidate when you announce a campaign of it and sixty people show up who who takes that seriously nobody So this is your job to initiate investigations into crime and turned turn over to the attorney. General job description right. I'M GONNA be interviewing in the next Week probably Linda our and she has apparently One one of the reasons during the Bush administration when they planned and carried out nine eleven She apparently because you knew it was actually had internal notes about the fact that they were planning nine eleven eh demolition. The World Trade Center they put him into prison and in fact one of the CO prisoners would prefer was a Japanese lady. And she's GonNa come on the show and talk about this. We have two other other major Willow whistleblowers GonNa come on the program. I had code East Ghassan for now over a year and a half when he was on John. V Wells show back in December of two two thousand and seven within five days. He tried to kill him in Colorado with a head on accident and then when he came on my show within forty eight hours to try to kill him again so he doesn't have a tracking phones. They contracted jacket. GPS coordinates his cohorts. Which is a Gordon? Which is basically Gregory? Ford has an md but it has a practice because he's got PTSD in rendition conditioned but he released information and he filed a lawsuit bonus in federal court was premium court hearing that in fact that they rendition him call operation in Copper Green and they were dishing all kinds of mind altering drugs they were killing people using advanced technology in Iraq and weapons of mass destruction and they're killing innocent people apple. What people need to understand is that this is all going to come up because there's not patriot? Americans that are not gonNA put up this and we are America Eh. People die in every war. That's the great part of everywhere that's ever happened. But but some of these words don't even need to start for example the the weapons of mass destruction. I use the a little bit of humor. Sometimes it gets rid of People Colin Powell. I've changed his name to Colin Powell because he's full of it right when he said Ed. Weapons of mass destruction looks like a swing ice cream truck. WMD Hook Colin. Colin Powell was taken advantage. They they use what I regard as an honest man with integrity. They lied to Colin. Powell gave him evidence that was Fabrica. He sat in front of the entire planet. Talking about yellowcake uranium that didn't exist and he noticed Dr Not long after that. He resigned as secretary of state whether he was collaborated with it or manipulated. Unfortunately people inside the Intel agencies military have to get a clue that the higher ups are going to use you in fact the scum rises to the top it's a CIA with Brennan and clapper or the Department of Justice or the Intel agencies FBI. That's what we have Komi Komi Way. Hey this guy. He's like the green giant from Hell and he acts like he's some kind of religious leader like he looked like I'm always righteous and you can see what he's talking talking is like we can already see from your previous testimony euro-lire it's amazing isn't it and had this Erica. Which Not Banana Republic is bizarre? Isn't uh well I it is. I want to go back to General Powell for a moment. President Bush had a cabinet. And what's on the Kevin Eighteen or twenty minutes. He's always planning to invade. Iraq is planning or he's got one plug grand coughs are in his cabinet just went with combat experience and he talked to quite a few cabinet members but the one cat member he does not talk to alcs. Starting a war was the only man who was a flag rank officer combat combat veteran general used by was used by the global elite. The people that knew what was going to happen right after the decision was made aide at the cabinet level to invade Iraq. Then President Bush talked to the only man who was qualified to talk about. What really is so when you know what they would use something like that? Now what do you think of of the current situation because I honestly think trump should declare steve national emergency in shutdown. Ms Lsd and the Criminal News Network. He found a in the Washington Post which is owned by Basil's and yeah. Well that would that would be good to do but as far as the Kurds are concerned when they split when they. We're trying to develop a with our calling democracy our republican Iraq. They basically had three groups to deal with as soon as Shiites and the Kurds. The birds were granted territory that had oil production on that should be their country. There should be around the territory. Issued cursing ever had their own country. Well actually I have some contacts that show that they're supposed to get a country designated back back after World War One and put Kurdistan you see I. I have Kurdish blood. 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"john moore" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"I strongly I very much respect. Your background your former special forces Vietnam. You've been working in areas of Intel Agency Agency analysis of. What's going on world Ed's in fact when I called you this morning about a story from climate dealt with the Utah state legislature in the city of you've Utah inviting the United Nations into a building actually set up a compound you already knew about ten days ago which is really cool museum? You're you're up to date on things. What stories would you like to cover today because we have I think as you mentioned the first thing you mentioned the days we have impending civil war in America whether trump is elected or not we have such division in the country. Now heading toward a disaster and we we are and I'm not alone in that in that concern. Earn that well. Let's back up about one year for exactly one year from the day. The first Tuesday November twenty twenty will be the national election for for the president These twelve months will fly by it will be five fast make your head spin. I started calling her opposition to following the communist Thomas Muslim Socialist Democrats They do have a coalition and they know when president trump's reelected any wilby unless something Happens we're not expecting their finish. Finish your generation President trump will appoint at least one very likely to supreme court justices. He will appoint more than one hundred federal court justices and he's in the process of taking part day by day week by right week everything. Not only Hussein. Obama did but to Bush's and one Clinton because go back Four presidents of doing unpatriotic things beginning with George W Bush. He I was elected so they know that they know they're done at the ballot box while they left with with their left. What's a bullet box? And they they will use violence to achieve their goals of destroying this country. Whatever it takes they will achieve their goal according to their own beliefs? Well I let me give us a few numbers that I know and you probably can cooperate. I've heard that there's roughly ninety. Three million Americans armed with one or more guns. We have twenty four and a half million veterans in America. They've been foldable wars from World War. Two Lan we have billions of bullets. And we we have Other people have crossbows another technology. I think it's highly unlikely that neither the sheriff's office or the military or even people that are formerly involve Volvo sales because one of the questions they ask the Navy seals is. Would you shoot fellow Americans voter by government now. Some of them would just like they had a special team that they use the Italian master years ago. They wouldn't hire the regular Chinese because he wouldn't shoot at their own citizens but I think it's highly unlikely that any politician is stupid enough to try to see if they can removed guns especially for the swing states like Montana and many others was a lot of people in rural areas that have guns and only from personal protection but also from wild animals or their special forces military one of the stories. I hear a few years ago. We had on the program was it. The governor of New York tried to pass a rule to get SWAT teams to go after former professional military personnel with more than one tour of duty that had ptsd or depression. And of course they're going to try to take their guns and of course. The Swazi met with the governor. Instead the first person will probably get it are gone to the second one. They'll shoot us with armor piercing weapons and will die and so he wouldn't do it so people. I don't think it's going to happen. I think we have people like swallow well and Baidoa work nutball and others think they're going to disarm to public Americans are not as as Charlton Heston says. They're not not going to take the guns from our cold dead hands. It's not going to happen in fact what I've said when they tried to force vaccinate I only have weapons right now. Having century shells go my shotguns. That can blow you up even go really body armor. I'm building exotic weapons which I will actually popularize. Fifty nine lethal so the public can get them scaler scaler types of technology that they can actually use. It could knock someone to the ground even a mile away and I'm going to advance advance other technologies which are much more dangerous than the current military has ask if they want to start a civil war. It's going to be devastating and I don't believe that it'll happen. I honestly think they think they can manipulate by heading over authority to the United Nations nations and by threatening us and try to frighten us into into submission. There's enough Americans it will resist. There's no way even if the Democrats took over power power in two thousand twenty or twenty twenty four twenty thirty to the Dell ever succeed in taking with guns for Americans they tried it and Canada and Canadians resisted so so much. The government of the previous concerned government had actually disband law trying to force people to register their gardens. I don't think it'll happen. I think it's a delusion of the the last. Go ahead. Okay doctor. Now I'm going to proceed with the premise. That everything you said is.

Fire Starter: John Leonard Orr

True Crime Brewery

11:46 min | 2 years ago

Fire Starter: John Leonard Orr

"The shocking story of arson investigator John Leonard or began back in Nineteen eighty-four a fire in Pasadena California hardware. The store killed four people including a two year old child arson. Investigators examined the ruins and determined that the fire was caused by an electrical malfunction. All except for John or he was convinced that the cause was arson. Join US at the quiet end today. For the case of a fire captain and arson investigator John or with nearly two thousand suspicious fires over the next seven years a task force was formed to find serial arsonists. The task force called themselves. The pillow pyro task force and their methods of investigation. Were both fascinating and effective diff- so it should be a great talk today and this case was recommended to us by Cindy. Well Cindy's recommended a few cases for us. She's One of our most avid listeners. So we always like to hear from her okay so we have a California beer. I've never picked on. I'm from this brewery before I can't imagine my favorite brewers have haven't chosen anyway. This is from Sierra Nevada brewing company. It celebration fresh fresh hop. I P A Sierra Nevada brewing is in Chico California celebrations in American Ip with a six point eight percent Ab Victor. Nice beer are Jamba colour. Little Bit ahead some pretty lace kind of a spicy aroma. peppery aroma. Some sweet mall little bit of hops. And that's exactly how it tastes. He started out with the CARAMEL. Little Spicy peppery Steph and then hops at the end and it's a nice beer. It's not terribly happy. Not One of those hot bombs that are GONNA kill you. I think you to enjoy it all right. Well let's open it up okay so I was really surprised. This is your first Sierra Nevada. Ah Let's take it down to the quiet end. I don't know how I've missed Sierra Nevada. Anyway I had a ton of Beers from that company so if we have other California cases you'll probably more of them great so until the case this is a just a fascinating case to me. It really yes yes. Yeah so by John. Moore's own description. His childhood growing up in the nineteen fifties was a happy one. He lived in a two bedroom middle-class home home behind his grandparents house. He had two older brothers who moved away when John was a teenager. Went to join the navy and the other start his own family Alan China's sixteen his mother left him and his father alone with no explanation. She just took off one day. She called after few days but John didn't see her again for three years and she had moved back to her hometown of Missouri and she never did reconcile John's father. That's kind of a strange thing to happen when you're a teen share I'm sure it was pretty weird and a little disheartening for him. Definitely one Sunday. She's there the next day she's not and no real explanation. Though in nineteen sixty seven John. Join the airforce. After he completed basic training training he was in jet mechanics training then he transferred to firefighting school. He had wanted to be a firefighter for some time. So he's happy to learn. Learn how to operate the equipment as he put out training fires yet. He married his high school girlfriend. Jodi in nineteen sixty eight and they were shipped off to an air air force base in Spain which was near Commercial Airport and they were there for two years but John was kind of bored. He only got to respond to to air-crashes during that time and he really wanted to be more in on the action. When John was transferred to great falls Montana he fought only one fire then when he he was twenty two he was honorably discharged at this time? Jodi was pregnant with their first child. John was insecure and he came across as a bit of a Bragar in order to compensate for this he really wanted to become a policeman or a firefighter. The Los Angeles Police Department invited him to test for position mission and he passed the written tests the medical exam and the fitness test but he failed the psychological test. He was sent a letter telling him that he he was unsuitable. So this was a big thing for him. He had wanted to be a policeman very badly. Your that was his main goal to be a cop. Yeah so this'll be pointed back to. As a really huge disappointment mitch merely might have had an effect on who he became as a man or your. I think you could look at it. That we could also look at it as there is something in his psychological makeup that made him on high rable. Oh sure yeah I think it went both ways after getting past feeling hurt. He was very angry. The rejection letter suggested that he consult another psychologist so so he hired one that he found in the yellow pages. This psychologist didn't evaluation and found him suitable but remember. This is the person he was paying but now he had a second opinion so he took that back to the LAPD psychologist for an appeal of that decision. You know the LAPD psychologist couldn't couldn't tell John Anything specific about why he had been rejected other than the say that he might have been too passive. Police officers needed to be assertive but then the psychologist left John Alone in his office with the file. He said I'm going to go out and get a cup of coffee. I think he kind of intentionally left the father so John read the file and so that one of his co workers had been interviewed and told the psychologist that John was laid to work lazy and resentful eventful of another man being promoted over him so I can't see any other way that this happened. Then the psychologist was really giving him an opportunity to look at his file. Were were absolutely the final evaluation stated that John Needed a few years to mature. And then maybe he could reapply to the force now. John Though would never admit to seeing his diagnosis in that file but he had actually been diagnosed with a personality trait disturbance and emotionally unstable personality. His former supervisors had described him as both irresponsible and immature as well. So this time John was working for Sparkletts marklets bottled water company. He quit that job and entered the management program at a fast food restaurant. It was nineteen seventy three and John was going going from one fast food job to another before he quit and he applied next to the Los Angeles Fire Department. He was couldn't be a policeman. He can be a fireman. Yeah I think it was as backup plan. And he was really thrilled when he was accepted to the academy for training but it turns out he was out of shape and he wasn't up to the rigors of the academy physically. He was told that he'd also done poorly on the written test so he was just given the option to resign or he. It's going to be fired so he was very angry and upset when this happened. Yeah and part of his problem was probably his attitude his after all had been a firefighter for four years in air force so he felt like he didn't need to study your practice now his time in the air force vote. He's half a couple fires Chris couple crashes and he. It didn't have much training. But he thought he did. So he didn't participate in study sessions with other recruits and he hadn't practice handling the heavy ladders and equipment and they were heavy. These big wooden ladders. He apparently in the service they had the light aluminum ladders. So this was a whole all different ballgame per handed so after that failure John was absolutely despondent and by this time he had two young daughters and his marriage was on the rocks. That's when he applied to the Glendale Fire Department and they accepted him in their fire academy in the spring of seventy four. He completed eight weeks of training and he graduated with twelve other guys. He was starting his career as a firefighter and he was super happy about it. Even though the Pay Glendale was a lot at less than it would have been at the L. A. P. D. or the L. A. F. D. wasn't it Glendale lowest paying in the state or something like that at the the time it was. Yeah maybe that's why I got hired. Nobody wanted to work for them. I'm sure that was part of it. Because he really wasn't. The top of the picks no her psychological report from earlier says a lot doesn't it it really does and also at home things weren't improving. He was really bored on his days off so he ended up taking a part time job at a seven eleven as a clerk then he bought himself pickup truck and went on camping and in hunting trips on his own without his family he ended up befriending a woman at the seven eleven and other employees who is also unhappy in her marriage and the two of them decided to be roommates leave their spouses and apparently this was Not a sexual thing at all it was just a friendship allegedly anyway yes so. John left his wife Jodi leaving her just note as an explanation for what is doing a lot like what his mother did. He pay child support and he also began taking classes in fire science in police science. John believed that. The police didn't show enough respect for firefighters fighters and he examined the conflicts between the two groups and a writing assignment is still working at the seven eleven and he used what he was learning to help him spot shoplifters in the store yeah he got really into that his boss at the seven eleven was impressed at how good he got at catching shoplifters John would would watch kids who came into the store after school and he catch them making them empty their pockets and return things so this was a big thing for John. I mean to the point of weirdness really yeah very weird when example in nineteen seventy six. While he was out shopping he saw men running toward a car with his arms full of suits from Montgomery wards store so John or chased. The man knocked him down and helped the store security guard hold the man until the police arrived yet. He and he was clearly thrilled with this moment. He talked to the security guards and he actually asked them if he could get a part time job working in mall security but the mall said they only hired off-duty policeman and not firefighters. So there's another bruise to his ego. That's right he's already been told his second class this anyway. Because he's a Fire Department Dinata Police Department guy. Yeah and I don't know if that's really a thing but he definitely saw that way. He saw a lot of things in a slightly slightly off center. Way That's true he did. He wasn't quite right. We know that so. John was disappointed that he couldn't get a mall. Security John but that didn't deter them from doing other good deeds the same day. He saw an older man. Shoplifting hand tools. He told the cashier got the man arrested. So he asked at the sears store about getting a part time job with security

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Tourist Photos Help African Wildlife Census

60-Second Science

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Tourist Photos Help African Wildlife Census

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Tracking wildlife is a tough job. Take the case of a one eared leopard named Pavarotti for this guy. A very very big beautiful mail and you had a very very deep deep roar and so the end after Roy Kassim Rafique a wildlife biologist at Liverpool John Moores University so you see the crack of dawn and I would find his tracks. You know it's always tracks and try and find him. One day I went out and I was looking for and it tracks to offer ordered through this like woodland area and before you knew it the wheel of his Land Rover was stuck in a warthog burrow. He wasted several. Several hours getting it out and then on the way back to camp he bumped into some local tour guides in their safari guests who'd had way better luck spotting Pavarotti and basically they laughed and they told me that morning Rafique then realized that tourist wildlife sightings might be. UNTAPPED source of information about wild animals so he and his team worked with a Safari Lodge in Botswana to analyze twenty five thousand tourists photographs of wildlife. They use those as sightings of lions spotted Hyenas Leopards Cheetahs and wild dogs. Dogs they then compared those data to the estimates they made with traditional wildlife biology tactics stuff like camera traps and track surveys and Colin stations where they play sounds of distrust animals in the middle of the night and see who pops by it turned turned out that the estimates from tourist photos were just as good as those gleaned from traditional methods and the tourists were actually the only ones to see elusive cheetahs. The researchers would have missed the cats without the citizen science data. The results are in the journal current biology.

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Only 60% of apps support links

podnews

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Only 60% of apps support links

"Testing how show notes display in over forty different podcast apps. Pod news has uncovered vast inconsistencies between different pod catches only sixty percent of apps support links to websites. Spotify and podcast. Addict are among the worst apps to display show notes based on total downloads pocket costs and overcast with a best. According to our tests willing to those today from our show notes and from our newsletter podcasts more popular than music. Playlists says an international study run by media research. Meanwhile, sounder uses Google stats to claim that podcasts are more popular than blogs. Edison research have released a few more pieces of information about infinite dialogue stralia two thousand nineteen as a webinar later this week with the full study Hindenburg and audio editor. Now exports directly to spreaker her podcast host it also exports to many others as well. Here's an event for you. Acosta and audio one are hosting a seminar on podcasting in Dublin in Ireland on may the fourteenth. And if you fancy coming to podcast day two thousand nineteen in London in June. We've got a discount code which can save you or your organization just over one hundred zero. If you wanted you need to be a subscriber to our newsletter and just Email us and ask nicely or updates pod. News dot net. It's a Mondays must be an opinion day. Ashwin Krishnan shares the five unexpected things. The podcasting taught him John Moore says you're not the BBC. That's good. I'll say and Bill Rosenblatt says that luminaries wobbly launch portends big changes in the podcast market. And in podcasts today under the bridge is a new podcast showing the weeks. Freshest new Sydney music from independent Sydney radio station. F B I radio sticking with the land down under Austrailia and true. Crime is celebrating hitting one hundred episodes with a special show and some live events and Melinda gates is the current guest in. But that's another story a podcast from McMillan about books that changed people's lives.

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Only 60% of podcast apps support website links in show notes

podnews

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Only 60% of podcast apps support website links in show notes

"Testing how show notes display in over forty different podcast apps. Pod news has uncovered vast inconsistencies between different pod catches only sixty percent of apps support links to websites. Spotify and podcast. Addict are among the worst apps to display show notes based on total downloads pocket costs and overcast with a best. According to our tests willing to those today from our show notes and from our newsletter podcasts more popular than music. Playlists says an international study run by media research. Meanwhile, sounder uses Google stats to claim that podcasts are more popular than blogs. Edison research have released a few more pieces of information about infinite dialogue stralia two thousand nineteen as a webinar later this week with the full study Hindenburg and audio editor. Now exports directly to spreaker her podcast host it also exports to many others as well. Here's an event for you. Acosta and audio one are hosting a seminar on podcasting in Dublin in Ireland on may the fourteenth. And if you fancy coming to podcast day two thousand nineteen in London in June. We've got a discount code which can save you or your organization just over one hundred zero. If you wanted you need to be a subscriber to our newsletter and just Email us and ask nicely or updates pod. News dot net. It's a Mondays must be an opinion day. Ashwin Krishnan shares the five unexpected things. The podcasting taught him John Moore says you're not the BBC. That's good. I'll say and Bill Rosenblatt says that luminaries wobbly launch portends big changes in the podcast market. And in podcasts today under the bridge is a new podcast showing the weeks. Freshest new Sydney music from independent Sydney radio station. F B I radio sticking with the land down under Austrailia and true. Crime is celebrating hitting one hundred episodes with a special show and some live events and Melinda gates is the current guest in. But that's another story a podcast from McMillan about books that changed people's lives.

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Storms sweep across US, killing 8

Financial Issues

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Storms sweep across US, killing 8

"At least eight people are dead three of them. Children. After storms rake the south of the weekend. National weather service meteorologist John Moore said tornadoes in his area of Mississippi did quite a bit of damage. One hit the town of Hamilton about one hundred forty miles south west of Memphis trees damage to homes damage to some businesses and area. I think roof came all the store in Vicksburg, we've had some large hill area as the store moved northeast. Suspected tornado. Hit a rural city in Ohio the times gazette reporting several homes and businesses were damaged after the apparent tornadoes struck Shelby about four o'clock Sunday afternoon. Shelby's about ninety miles from

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"john moore" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sticking. Move Wagner dangerous, but it was successful drop into the offensive end left circle. Mcdonagh Johnson right point say by Rask revival who drop a little pass blocked by McEvoy around the nearside Marsh and trying to get it out. Helen, kucherov, right, circle shoots. By Rask who Tropicana the right corner, by that point point is tied up coil emerges with it flips it up the middle and turn out unable to hold it in. But he does a good job. Too bad it back for kucherov at center ice quick. Counter. Johnson crossed the bull on Johnson a shot in the slot. Slung a wide left. There's Birger onto the Bruins far corner. Finally, delivering it out to center ice. And Marshon posture dot crossed the blood right circle, while defended by churn, I kill fee, Bergendahl Marsh and missed it. Open that lost his stick Bertrand's. Got the puck in the right corner, right point camper. Shoots deflect it over the net lighting really need, a whistle year Marsh and wins it by the debt to John left point. John More angles set point shoots blocked point has it and feeds it out of the zone. Somebody needs to get bass less. You stick though. Oh that looked offside. They said it was okay. Marshon works at back in good play Chernick. He'll fire it down the ice skate rates the puck. I think it's going to be an icing, but the lightning really needed that whistle. It's kampfer won the race was off side. Now, I I couldn't agree more this kid Smith is having trouble on the lines. I can tell you that six four left in the first one on the score. Now, why is that significant might say, well, if it's side, there's a whistle lighting get fresh guys on the neutral zone faceoff. Instead, it's an icing. They got to keep the same guys out there. Yeah. And a draw to the right of ASA Laskey. Point. One by crazy. John Moore left circle on player collided with the lines. It's loosened front office feet from Debrosse skin basketball. See covers it up that was Smith. Again, he worked pick on one of the lightning players knocked him down five fifty seven left in the first one one of the score. Lightning radio. Are.

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Himalaya could pay for your travel to Orlando's Podfest Expo

podnews

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Himalaya could pay for your travel to Orlando's Podfest Expo

"You want to be pulled fest expo in Orlando in early March, but you can't afford the travel costs Himalayas, the presenting sponsor of the event have put a funds together to cover at least fifty podcasters flights to podcast. We've all the details today in our newsletter at pod news dot net. In other news Acosta, sponsoring the or hang on in other news Acosta. It's better sponsoring the diversity and inclusion award in the upcoming Australian podcast awards megaphone by panoply, his integrated with Google campaign manager to help advertisers and agencies manage their campaigns. It's important because historically podcast advertising has been managed separately. And this should help podcasting appeal to new advertisers says megaphone and event for your New York in the US on Tuesday, March the fifth the rain podcast business summit among the speakers, Zach Renault Weeden founder and head of products for Google podcasts. And James Cridland. Who's pod news editor that's me? We'll Williams writes about her experience pod. Conto into words. Lovely and frustrating. Kyle Marshall also looks back at the event learning about the importance of iterating and innovation. It's also the subject of the latest creative block podcast. Lot's of advice in our newsletter today podcast websites on how to showcase your guests. Better. Transistor has tips. Guessing more Twitter followers, feel podcast, John. Moore wants to get the intro to your podcast, right? And spreaker has advice on how to promote your podcast with Instagram economists to UK newspaper says revenue through a cast having a hang on revenue through acres has increased fifty percent year on year for their five podcasts podcast ads in the UK. According to digital fetch around twelve dollars cost per thousand out in our newsletter. Today, we cover five new podcasts the show podcast, the Europeans hyphenation web of W, M, N, and engineering reimagined.

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U.S. Opens Trade Talks With China

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:54 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Opens Trade Talks With China

"The world's two biggest economies are trying to resolve a trade war that has rattled nerves and markets on both sides of the Pacific, the US and China began a new round of trade talks today here in Washington negotiators have just over a month to make a deal or run the risk of more tariffs and pure, Scott Horsely reports. Photographers got a quick peek this morning as the high level talks got underway in the diplomatic reception room next door to the White House. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer staff on one side of the polished conference table directly across from China's Vice Premier Li hook President Trump often complains about America's trade deficit with China, which has only grown in the last two years White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow says one goal of these talks is a bigger opening for US exports. Give our people that that chance to sell the China. We will export at ton. Our export sales will roar. Roar. China has already signaled a willingness to buy more American goods such as soybeans and natural gas, but US negotiators are also looking for more structural reforms, including an end to China's intellectual property theft and the force transfer of American technology on Monday, the Justice department unsealed an indictment against the Chinese telecom giant. Wow way accusing. In that company of trying to steal trade secrets from an American firm t mobile while the administration says that criminal case is not related to these trade talks. It does illustrate a long standing US complaint about the way. China does business. The playbook is simple, rob replicate. And replace John Moore's heads the Justice Department's national security division at a Senate hearing last month. He described deliberate Chinese strategy of economic espionage. Rob the American company of its intellectual property replicate that technology and replace the American company in the Chinese market and one day in the global market. Syracuse economist Mary lovely who's a former editor of the China economic review says Beijing has taken some steps to address the US concerns in recent months. China has increased penalties for stealing intellectual property, and it's move to outlaw the forced transfer of technology. I don't know. But the Chinese have certainly signaled it. They're willing to make structural reforms. China has a history, however of backsliding on such promises. So US officials say whatever is agreed to we'll have to be enforceable commerce secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC both countries want to make a deal, but he doesn't expect any quick breakthroughs where miles and miles from getting a resolution, and frankly that shouldn't be too surprising. Still lovely some encouraging signals including the presence of a high ranking Chinese delegation here in Washington and the plan meeting tomorrow between Vice Premier Li you and President Trump. Signs that the parties believe that some type of deal could be done the alternative could be costly unless there's a deal or at least an agreement to keep talking by the beginning of March. The administration has threatened to increase tariffs on some two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent lovely says that wouldn't be good for anyone battle. I think has been fairly mindless a lot of the tariff revenues coming out of American consumers pockets the administration says China is under pressure to make a deal because of its slowing economy. But American companies have also felt the pain of China's slowdown and that could create pressure on US negotiators as well. Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.

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"john moore" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The Justice department to not bring a prosecution for political purposes or vice versa your successor in that role as head of the national. Security division is this somebody you look at it and say, this is in the bipartisan tradition of leadership of that department has ensured the average listener of this podcast think whatever's going on at the you know between Matt Whitaker and and the president. But with the Muller investigation, the national security division of the Justice department is in good hands both at the career level, which you've already said and at the political level. Yes, the assistant attorney general now charge in Nashville division. John Moore's is someone known for a long time dating back to law school and worked with when I was at the FBI, and he served in the national security division under one of those other Muller proteges can Wayne Stein. And he is someone who is dedicated to protecting the national security interests of the United States and not political. And if you. Look at the leadership below that of the national security division. It has stayed almost entirely in place as it should be. And we've seen this. This'll be the third administration now where there's been a continuity because national security professionals are not driven by party. Let's talk about Bob Muller who shows up periodically throughout your book. You were his chief of staff, and you know, he has gone on to play a role very different from the role in which you served under him. How do you read from having worked very closely with him? What is your read on the state of play with with respect to the investigation? You'll Ben easy. Good example, and tell some stories about it in the in the book of not just a person who does his job with extraordinary. Competence. And when you meet him and work with him day in and day out. He someone he seems like he's sprang from the pages of history book. He someone who's utterly dedicated to the mission at hand to try.

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"john moore" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Look i think john moores photo was and will remain an iconic one we chose the photo because this little girl became the face of this story on front pages and home pages and tv screen it may have been the face of the story of she wasn't separated from her mom well as john just said and has said all along none of us in the media who used the photo knew what had happened to the girl after this precise moment and i actually think part of the power of the image is that unknown this was a girl face who's coming to america has just completed one terrifying journey and whatever its contours whatever happens to her faces another very frightening journey as well but by monday of this week we knew that she hadn't been separated from our mom in fact on tuesday you all issued a correction to a web story about that that's that's i don't believe the case we we did make an error which obviously i regret and and hated as make hate making errors anytime but we made an error on a web story early in the week not part of the cover package in which we said that the mother had been separated and we quickly and transparently corrected that we didn't know nobody using this photo new on monday or tuesday that they had not been separated according to the government they had not been separated by monday cnn reported according to the government they not been separated now i understand we should be skeptical of government saying when it comes to the story and to this day we still don't know the status of a lot of these kids that have been separated it's sickening but i just i just wonder about the use of this photo whether you all discussed whether it was the appropriate one to to symbolize the family separation policy we we discussed it we as we discuss every cover and we felt that i felt that this photo symbolized this moment in america she became the face of of this debate of this crisis and juxtaposing her with the person who in who's who's who's who's decisions in his hands her fate was held i thought was a a powerful important statement of of the decisions we have to make a country press secretary sarah sanders responded to this controversy on friday here's part of what she wrote you said it's shameful that dem's in the media have exploited this photo of a little girl to push their agenda she was not separated from her mom the separation here is from the facts has this done damage to time magazine you know with just speaking directly to to sarah's comment you know it's always it's always hard with images of children but this story was about children it's hard it's complicated but i i was struck by the comment of the father who in a couple of his interviews late in the week said that he was proud and pleased that his daughter had become a symbol of this of something bigger than herself and he said he hoped that the the picture had touched trump's heart and to be clear the damage done to these families is so much bigger of a story then what happened undercover i am not trying to claim otherwise but let's look at some of the right wing media has portrayed this i mean here's the daily caller saying the media's narrative about family separation of the border has been completely demolished as the truth behind a viral photo of a crying child tells a completely different story this was the top story on protrump websites on friday it's still a top story in some of these sites now i mean they're using this one issue to try to distract from what is a disgusting situation at the border will i dare say the photos gets back to what you were just discussing with norm the photos we're not seeing far more disturbing than the photos we are seeing and that's that's part of what's happening here as well what is time doing to try to get access at the border i trying we haley edwards on our on our staff has been covering this issue for months we've tried to get access and and today have have not been given access to the detention centers and so forth but i i do think it's it's telling to me that that when trump announced the executive order he said he didn't like the site of of what was happening at the.

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"john moore" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"The end of a week marked by heart breaking news about families being broken up by the us government these families crossed the southern border illegally the president wants to put a stop to these border crossings but this week he put a stop to his own policy amid an international outcry there are still many many children separated from their parents no one quite knows how this story is going to unfold but my next guest took the iconic photo of this border crisis it's the photo of a little girl standing crying suffering while her mother was being detained the photo became a symbol of the family separation policy it was used that way on the cover of time magazine but that's it's not what the photo actually showed getting photographer john moore joins me now john let's start with the facts what was the photo depicting what did you witness on june twelve along the border will brian i had been photographing the border patrol as they detained people and then took people into custody in this particular photo which touched me very much and many other people in the course of this last week the mother is being searched as she set her daughter down there at a transport vehicle the little girl is is crying and she did the entire time that she was there on the ground and after she was picked back up they were taken to a processing center and that center we know that other children and parents were separated i never knew if this little girl and her mother would be when they were taken away we really had no idea about that but at that time it was happening with many other children and their parents my impression is that you were pretty careful about this and interviews i looked back at some of the the interviews you were giving about this photo in recent days but do you feel like the photo itself was taken and used to represent something that didn't well of course i think this was very honest picture in fact of all the heart wrenching it is a very straightforward photograph the question is was it misused in some cases you know in that time magazine cover where they did a cut out of the little girl and another picture of the president as a as an illustration on the cover of that magazine of course with illustrations of they're trying to combine various wider issues together i had nothing to do with the cover because that's not my job but you you know know i think that this cover is still very valuable for illustrating the tolerance policy of the trump administration and many children as we know were separated from their parents during that same time but how can illustrate the policy if this mother and child were not separated well zero tolerance policy goes far beyond the separation of parents and children we saw that that that was rescinded by president trump the separation however zero tolerance does many more things previously when asylum seekers would put in four silent when they would present themselves to the border patrol for asylum they were processed and then released pending a court date and that court date could be weeks months or sometimes even years down the road and the case now everyone who is taken or most people who are taken into custody and processed stay in detention for for as long as it takes their case to go through so although family separation may not be happening now the family detentions are and that's a very different change a very distinct change from the previous presidential administration i also think more broadly the photo speaks to the pain and the the experience of crossing the border of trying to reach somewhere in new in this case the united states of the fear anxiety that goes along with that obviously the fear anxiety of being apprehended in this case by the border patrol there are a lot of things going on in this photo into your set of photos that have nothing to do with the president although of course this photo's been been used that way well as you can imagine or maybe as none of us can imagine traveling for you know eighteen hundred miles coming from honduras up to the us border that is a very very difficult journey in my ten years of covering immigration issues forgetting images i have spent a lot of time in central america covering the violence that causes people to.

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"john moore" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Now i'm not sure you helps our team more than stanley johnson just because he's more similar to reggie bullock and he obviously as a downgrade longterm for from stanley johnson's potential so so no i don't really think there's anything workable there what if we could take back links in galloway now if you take back job moore we may be in business although yeah if you could take that john moore uh we we can do some we could maybe find something phnom in lure first rounders by worth more than stanley johnson right now on his own and so drugs to take back or lure that's basically your first round picks worth the money so unless you wanted it yeah i i'll take we got it there of anybody else for really hernan gomez who completely gutted it's so funny or i like trying to try to center in instantly the discussion turns to wings and completely uninsured took accordingly also available as well the from the next epic leak maybe maybe we should talk leave first before we even talk hernan gomez because i think a lot of teams would be it should in him now my teams are bike if you're pretty good there uh i mean they've at new orleans got murray care also that was kind of the the move for a wing there and this may thirteen jeopardy capped out cavs were addressed of obviously already made all their moves here religous up that much for market for lee right now and hernan gomez nobody's really interested in him either off the at the type of price we're talking about any portland might have some interest in him is a cheaper alternative to use a turkish but that's probably something we want to pursue this summer not now he and you guys don't really have the type of wings that were looking to get back either rap what's here oh oh yeah yeah yeah i i mean we've got vallon tune us oh yeah that's what we need another of actively two dollars per year i why would you be willing to do but we also have.

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"john moore" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on About to Review

"Lasting so danube rule plays a doctor laszlo chrysler he is the alien estrada his buddy luc evans john moore is an illustrator so he will go to the crime scenes encountered draw them out this is obviously before camera technology and they're like our good take populist people saw those yeah the sold them and make money off on all the time these illustrates will show up to these crime scene and make money off it back in 1830 him like luc evans his carter is interesting because he is super squeamish like he goes of these places and does this thing but does not really like it as opposed the danube rule who has a cold clinical approach to n like daniel brew brings to everything nra so one point dinner rule is talking to somebody in prison and this dude is wracked with syphilis and his has blown oils and everything dean of religious sernam in the face and you're like opened the gate and luc evans surfing now you don't odinga's i to the open it goes in there is face to face with this guy just having conversation with like so what what was the story about so stories about i mean again only in these two episodes and it it opened with a murder of a small boy who is dressed like a girl here's drink wearing a white dress and was brutally murdered uh yeah it for tnt it does not get super graphic uh but it it gets graphic in the language more than visuals mmhmm so a boy.

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"john moore" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"john moore" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"So they still up there's still are working on that one whatever the issue in fact is speaking of incredible mysteries wayne selden tried to come back and then and then ended up he's still out with quad tendered apathy and it sounds like he's gonna be out at least another two weeks yet that the same injury that is so bedeviled kyle weather quite leonard and he did try to come back he could you know to a very a meme fee in theme there to try to have him come back and then he's not ready and he has to go back on the the shelf again they have a change rondo awards duffy in their sports science department but it looks like that one may not been manage perfectly and then a couple of weird ankle injuries a john moore now could mrs which as an additional six weeks he had a joint lubrication injection he's been out almost a month with a an ankle sprain so that i'll be sued did not appear to be getting better and hopefully it won't mean that he's going to have to have surgery and then mike klis costs still out uh no indication that he's getting cozy basically as mr nearly the entire you're with his own ankle injury as well we didn't really have an indication that that was just so severe either uh anything else we are talking about here to more willie cali stein is going to be out for the next two games with a back injury which also makes it even more confounding that the king's sent scouts to see a to the reno big horns i dunno if they're going to tell us what we call unclear they called up pop aji instead may be piloted y'all of minutes here a sweet cry apogee was fifth in the deal league in or in the g league and rebutting so can we have an agreement that if we are if we are doing the twitter nba show when they kings came as on an end to end poverty comes in will just switch the twitter nba show for a couple of minutes to that.

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