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"john salmon" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"john salmon" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"She left without even making a cup of tea. She wheeled her bicycle down the alley, and into the street, the front tire was dead flat. She pumped for ten minutes, but it remained flat. The frost lay like a spell upon the street upon the sleeping windows and the slate roofs of the crumbling houses. It had magically made the dung street white and clean. She did not feel tired, but was relieved to be out and stunned by lack of sleep and the beauty of the morning. She walked briskly, sometimes looking back to see the track that her bicycle in her feet made on the white road. Misses Rogers wakened at 8 and stumbled out in her big nightgown from brogan's warm bed. She smelled disaster instantly and hurried downstairs to find the Lake of Porter in the bar and the ground hall. Then she ran to call the others, poured her all over the place every drop of drink in the houses on the floor, Mary mother of God helped me in my tribulation, get up, get up. She rapped on their door and called the girls by name. The girls rubbed their sleepy eyes yawned and sat up. She's gone ethnic said, looking at the place on the pillow where Mary's head had been. Oh, a sneaky country one, Doris said, is she got into her taffeta dress and went down to see the flood. If I have to clean that in my good clothes, I'll die, she said. But misses Rogers had already brought brushes and pails and got to work. They opened the bar door and began to bail the Porter into the street. Dogs came to lap it up, and Hickey, who had come down, stood and said what a crying shame it was to waste all that drink. Outside it washed away an area of frost and revealed the dung of yesterday's fair day. O'Toole the culprit had fled, long John salmon was gone for his swim, and upstairs in bed, brogan snuggled down for a last minute heat and deliberated on the joys that he would miss when he left the commercial for good. And where is my lady with the lace dress, Hickey asked, recalling very little of Mary's face, but distinctly remembering the sleeves of her black dress, which dipped into every damn thing. Sneaked off before we were up, Doris said. They all agreed that Mary was no bloody use, and should never have been asked. And twas she set out to a mad egging him on and then disappointing him, Doris said, and misses Rogers swore that O'Toole or Mary's father or someone would pay dear for the wasted drink. I suppose she's home by now, Hickey said, as he rooted in his pocket for a butt. He had a new packet, but if he produced that, they'd all be puffing in his expense. Mary was half a mile from home, sitting on a ditch. If only I had a sweetheart, something to hold on to, she thought, as she cracked some ice with her high heel, and pitied the poor birds who could get no food as the ground was frozen hard. Walking again, she wondered, if she would ever go to another party, and what she would tell her mother and her brothers about it, and of all parties, were as bad. She came over the top of the hill, and suddenly saw her own house, like a little white box at the end of the world..

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"john salmon" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"john salmon" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"Fire ahead, Hickey told him. Well, there were these three lads, Patti to Irish man, patty the English man and patty the Scotsman and they were badly in need of now no smut misses Rogers snapped before he had uttered a wrong word at all. What smut, said O'Toole, getting offended, smut, think of the girls, misses Rogers said. Girls O'Toole sneered as he picked up the bottle of cream, which they'd forgotten to use with the jelly, and poured it into the carcass of the goose. Christ's sake man, Hickey said, taking the bottle of cream out of O'Toole's hand. Misses Rogers said that it was high time everyone went to bed as the party seemed to be over. The guests would spend the night in the commercial. It was too late for them to go home and also misses Rogers did not want them to be observed, staggering out of the house that hour. The police watched her like hawks, she said, and she did not want any trouble until Christmas was over at least. The sleeping arrangements had been decided earlier on. There were three bedrooms, brogan would have the room he always slept in, the other three men were to pitch in together in the second big bedroom, and the girls were to share the back room with misses Rogers herself. Come on, everyone, blanket street, misses Rogers said, as she put a guard in front of the dying fire and took the money from behind the owl. Sugar you, O'Toole said, pouring stout now into the carcass of the goose. Long John salmon wished that he had never come. He thought of daylight and his swim in the mountain river at the back of his gray stone house. A blush, he said aloud taking pleasure in the word, and in the thought of cold water touching him, he could do without people, people were dirty. He remembered catkins on a tree outside his window, catkins in February, as white as snow. Crystal, stir yourself, he said, as he put on her shoe and patted the calves of her legs. Brogan kissed the four girls and saw them across the landing to the bedroom. Mary was glad to escape without O'Toole noticing. He was very obstreperous and Hickey was trying to control him. In the bedroom she sighed, she had forgotten all about the furniture being pitched in there. Wearily they began to unload the things, the room was so crammed that they could hardly move in it. Mary suddenly felt alert and frightened because O'Toole could be heard yelling and singing out on the landing. There had been gin in her orange aid, she knew now, because she breathed closely under the palm of her hand and smelled her own breath. She had broken her confirmation pledge, broken her promise. It would bring her bad luck always. Misses Rogers came in, and said that 5 of them would be too crushed in the bed so that she herself would sleep on the sofa in the parlor for one night. Two of you at the top and two at the bottom, she said, and she warned them not to break any of the ornaments and not to stay talking all night. Night and God bless, she said, as she shut the door behind her. Nice thing, said dorso burn, bunging us all in here, I wonder where she's off to. We alone we curlers, crystal asked, to crystal, hair was the most important thing on earth. She would never get married because you couldn't wear curlers in bed. Ethno duggan said she wouldn't put curlers in now if she got 5 million for doing it, she was jaded. She threw herself down on the quilt and spread her arms out. She was a noisy, sweaty girl, but Mary liked her better than the other two..

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"john salmon" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"john salmon" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"Come into the drawing room, Doris, said O'Toole to marry, who is serving jelly from a big enamel basin. They'd had no nice bowl to put it in. It was red jelly with whipped egg white in it, but it hadn't set properly. She served in saucers and thought what a rough and ready party it was. There wasn't a proper cloth on the table either, just a plastic one, and no napkins, and that big basin with the jelly in it may be people washed in that basin downstairs. Will someone tell us a bloomin joke, said Hickey, who with getting fed up with talk about drawing rooms and flower beds. I'll tell you a joke, said long John salmon, who had been silent up until then. Goods said Rogan, as he sipped from his whisky glass and his stout glass alternately. Is it a funny joke, Hickey asked of long John salmon? It's about my brother said long John salmon, my brother Patrick, oh, no, don't tell us that old rambling thing again, Hickey said it once, and O'Toole not at his own protest. I'll let him tell it, said misses Rogers, who'd never heard the story anyhow, long John salmon began. I had this brother Patrick and he died, the heart wasn't too good. Holy Christ, not this again, said brogan recollecting which story it was. But long John salmon went on undeterred by the size from the three men. One day I was standing in the shed about a month after he was buried, and I saw him coming out of the wall, walking across the yard. Oh, what would you do if you saw a thing like that, Doris said to ethna? Let him tell it, misses Rogers said, go on long John. Well, it was walking toward me and I said to myself, what do I do now? Which was raining heavy and I said to my brother Patrick, stand in out of the wet, or you'll get drenched. And then, said one of the girls anxiously, he vanished, said long John salmon. Oh God, let us have a bit of music, said Hickey, who had heard that story 9 or ten times. They put a record on and no tool asked Mary to dance..

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"john salmon" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Kicking around from last night where lonzo switched onto lori martin and pretty much like stood him up in the post and like swatted the ball of them and now laurie market and i don't know he's necessarily just like prime marketing revenge game though not particularly bad but you know they have some. I guess the question robin just from like a big picture like architecture teams they employ. I'm curious like because they have so many. Like dynamic offense players. Now rosen levin. Do you think it's easier to like find the devante greens and some of these other guys to fill in the gaps around them or is this type of situation where they're gonna struggle because they don't have enough to guys they have too many one-way guys will they still don't have enough to way guys and in terms of depths of they're definitely missing something but one thing that hasn't come up and i think maybe the the asterisk on your argument about their draft history just because we have to wait and see is pat williams. Who's out right now. With an ankle injury. He'll be back at some point. He's kind of the great hope of that. Young core in terms of the you know the really young under-21 contingent of that team. And if he can be a really good player. And i think it right now he can be exactly what you're describing somebody who can play some defense in takes tough assignments play off the ball a little bit hit shots when the ball comes to him and hopefully over time transition to even more of a bigger part of what they're doing but yeah right now they still have moved to make and i think they're going to be a team. That's active on the waiver. Wires active on the trademark it to find reliable sixth and seventh and eighth guys because right. Now it's a bit of a mishmash there. yeah. I just can't shake the feeling of when i see the preseason media day photos of these guys like the new edition all around levin flashing back to like ten years ago when you see a bunch of teams like reaching for the middle tier of free agency and mike hoping that your team can just completely be flipped around like wild marcus cousins isaiah thomas and then john salmon's okay come on band.

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"john salmon" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Order to be a competent enough to sign these documents and then had this horrendously pinal ambulance journey to another hospital. That was like excruciatingly painful so it does happen. People copy move side so yeah catholics. Well we'll take all of your money all of your saudis stuff but when this lowest possibly deadlocked buddhist bucky all doubt was the mandatory reporting. They refuse to do this so Just in the chat room. John salmon saids would euthanasia is derived from the greek would Toss meaning easy death But the point was ethan idea. As way the doctor ministers the medicine assisted dying. Is the doctor prescribes. Medicine bodies the patient who by their own hand takes. Yep although i think. The legislation allows for assistance if not capable of possibly murray yep from memory side. I k- chats agai now still on some christian bashing given a bit in the last couple of weeks matt niles. He's coming out and said that. Say strong christian lobby believes says that believers should push the hybrid freedom. So he's big on anti lock down and fry freedom and basically says that christians shouldn't be afraid of dying because ultimately if you're good christian way gonna gar which is interesting because i've heard hospital orderlies and nurses who talk about end of life care and they said it's the christians who are deathly afraid wrong. Burs those with afterward nature. Rt's those who are true believers on a roll my sutton. They gain tell. Because because it's a vengeful petty. God yes so richard. Dennis in a tweet said something like well. I'm confused the cycled pro life. Christians anti voluntary system. Don't he don't wanna die early. Early of unnecessary painful to be able to dying because they to shopping i think maybe they should prove their faith. Bide some snake handling lice like they the ones in the southern. Us having wrestled snakes to prove that god will protect them and invariably one of them gets beaten. And that's the thing. Yeah and so. Like what else in the chat room so that i still on the australian christian lobby and let me share. This screen comes up we which by put at eye full-page ad.

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"john salmon" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The vice president has lied repeatedly about this. And you know Sean was going to me personally is you know all the accusations that this is Russian disinformation that Chuck Grassley and I were You're accepting in disseminating and that there's nothing to these things. And so here after the election, you finally have the department justice admit that there there's something to this even though they had this computer since at least December, 2019 and I think they've had knowledge of financial transactions being dating way back 2018. Remember 100 bite. It was in those emails from Devon Archer's Business Associates. It's in jail now said they wanted to put little honey in Hunter's pocket. That was in that Indian that tribal Bond fraud, So that's came back 2018, So I don't know what the FBI has been doing sitting on this information. Did they just decide to prosecute the people that work, please click affected the binds and just trying to ignore. What kind of connection Hunter had on this? I got some real serious concerns and again. I've said that you know, I don't like I don't like special counsels. But I am concerned that this is now the U S attorney in Delaware. We'll see where the Bidens from there in Delaware and I've also seen what the FBI has done. For example, media example, the investigation to Hillary Clinton's email scandal that was not investigation designed to uncover the truth leading to prosecution eviction. That was an investigation by the FBI by the Krupp James Comey. McCabe struck FBI there was designed to cover up the truth of Hillary Clinton's email, email scandal and exonerate er. I hope that's not the case of them Opening up this Kate this investigation. Conveniently after the election. And now actually, CNN, I think had a headline about this. He didn't They weren't doing that before the election, were they? Well, I When you really go to Big Tech, I I call it the candidate protection program that they allowed Joe Biden to hide the whole campaign and Between the media. I call it the mob and big tech. They've got their own little mob set up. I mean, it is the single biggest thing kind donations you could ever have. And their dismissal your right of What you had uncovered with Senator Grassley and what Peter Schweizer it uncovered in 2018 in secret empires. All that was was an in kind donation to all things, Joe Joe Biden. And yet nobody is talking about the Russia connection and how this must be a Russian plot. Against the Bidens Because of the reality of what this is now. The question is okay, we We've now had this information for such a long period of time. What is the threat that potentially exists for Joe Biden, For example, if his son did make all this money has all this equity all these wire transfers all of these countries. To me that then becomes a national security threat because I've got to ask a question that pops up in my head. And that is that the Chinese, the Russians, the Ukrainians, the A Kozik oligarchs. Do they have any information that could compromise of a Joe Biden if he takes office? Well, if there are other financial transactions, other financial entanglements the Chinese will know about them, but they probably set them up like they're set up. Congressman Salt Swalwell. Okay, The Russians would know about that. So that's what we're trying to point out that Grassley night. The extortion and the counterintelligence threat that these foreign financial untangle entanglements represent to abide administration. Well, we just might have a bite administration. That is a serious serious concern for the standpoint of our our national security, But from a standpoint of a threat to Joe Biden and his legal Why ability here once it's it's an honest and true and detailed and aggressive investigation. You start looking at all these financial transactions. And what's facing the biggest sports get 10% were there. Temps sent dealings to other another business dealings. You know, John Salmons wrote a good article looking at talking to the tax advisor and Joe Biden listed in his financial disclosure form about $3.2 million worth of assets. Yes. Since us the vice presidency, he listed $16 million worth of income. Where that money go. A financial expert study. He ought to be listening at least $9 million of assets. So where that money goes so These financial transactions. If Hunter was a conduit if they were splitting up some percentage to the vice president that will be uncovered in investigation. But again, my concern is if they run this thing like they're admit your exam. The investigation Hillary Clinton. Is this really an investigation to just exonerate the Bidens? Is that what this is about? Is this going to be a real? I gotta tell you something, the level the level of disappointment I hear from people over the over door. I'm not getting the job done. When the Horowitz report was a road map to corruption and indictment is my numbing to me. Um, And as far as I'm concerned, I don't care if Duram has the ability to be a special prosecutor into perpetuity. There was so many examples of what I believe we're clear crimes committed, not the least of which is, you know, lying under oath by number of top ranking officials that we've all discussed. And the same standard that was applied to the likes of Manafort, Roger Stone Papadopoulos, General Flynn, etcetera was not applied to these people know the greatest feeling of Christopher Wray coming into the FBI and his number one task was to restore the credibility and integrity of the agency. The only way he was going to do that I would be by being totally transparent, but he wasn't I had to subpoena him. And he didn't even on the subpoena. It was like pulling teeth to get information I have..

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"john salmon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Okay, so no. The vice president has lied repeatedly about this. And you know Sean was going to me personally is you know all the accusations that this is Russian disinformation that Chuck Grassley and I were You're accepting in disseminating and that there's nothing to these things. And so here after the election, you finally have the department justice admit that there there's something to this even though they had this computer since at least December, 2019 and I think they've had knowledge of financial transactions being dating way back to 2018. Remember 100 bite. It was in those emails from Devon Archer's Business Associates. It's in jail now said they wanted to put little honey in Hunter's pocket. That was in that Indian know that tribal Bond fraud, So that's came back 2018, So I don't know what the FBI has been doing sitting on this information. Did they just decide to prosecute the people that work, please click, directed the binds and just trying to know her. What kind of connection Hunter had on this? I've got some real serious concerns and again. I've said that you know, I don't like I don't like special counsels. But I am concerned that this is now the U S attorney in Delaware. We'll see where the Bidens from older in Delaware and I've also seen what the FBI has done. For example, media exam the investigation, he killed Quinn's email scandal that was not investigation designed to uncover the truth leading to prosecute conviction. That was an investigation by the FBI by the Krupp James Comey. Cade struck FBI there was designed to cover up the truth of Hilla, Quincy Mia's email scandal and exonerate her. I hope that's not the case of them Opening up this case this investigation Conveniently after the election. And now actually, CNN, I think had a headline about this. He didn't. They weren't doing that before the election, were they? Well, I when you really go to Big Tech, and I call it the candidate protection program that they allowed Joe Biden to hide the whole campaign and Between the media. I called the mob and big, tacky. They've got their own little mob set up. I mean, it is the single biggest thing kind donations you could ever have. And their dismissal your right of what you had uncovered with Senator Grassley and what Peter Schweizer it uncovered in 2018 and secret empires. All that was was an in kind donation to all things, Joe Joe Biden. And yet nobody is talking about the Russia connection and how this must be a Russian plot. Against the Bidens Because of the reality of what this is now. The question is okay, we We've now had this information for such a long period of time. What is the threat that potentially exist for Joe Biden, For example, if his son did make all this money has all this equity all these wire transfers all of these countries. To me that then becomes a national security threat because I've got to ask a question that pops up in my head. And that is that the Chinese, the Russians, the Ukrainians, the A Kozik oligarchs. Do they have any information that could compromise of a Joe Biden if he takes office? If there are other financial transactions, other financial entanglements the Chinese will know about them. They probably set them up like they're set up, Congressman Salt Swalwell, Okay. The Russians would know about that. So that's what we're trying to play outside Grassley night, the extortion and the counterintelligence threat that these foreign financial untangle entanglements represent to abide administration. Well, we just might have a bite administration. That is a serious serious concern for the standpoint of our our national security, But from a standpoint of a threat to Joe Biden and his legal Why ability here once if it's if it's an honest and true and detailed and aggressive investigation, you start looking at all these financial transactions. And what's facing the biggest sports get 10%, where they're temps sent dealings to other another business dealings. You know. John Salmons wrote a good article looking at talking to the tax advisor and Joe Biden listed in his financial disclosure form about $3.2 million worth of assets. Yes, Since you asked the vice presidency, he listen $16 million worth of income. Where that money go, a financial expert study. He ought to be listening at least $9 million of assets. So where that money goes so These financial transactions. If Hunter was a conduit if they were splitting off some percentage to the vice president that will be uncovered in investigation. But again, my concern is if they run this thing like they're admit your exam. The investigation Hillary Clinton. Is this really an investigation to just exonerate the Bible? Is that what this is about? Is this going to be a real? I gotta tell you something, the level the level of disappointment I hear from people over the over door. I'm not getting the job done. When the Horowitz report was a road map to corruption and indictment is my numbing to me. Um, And as far as I'm concerned, I don't care if Duram has the ability to be a special prosecutor into perpetuity. It was so many examples of what I believe we're clear crimes committed, not the least of which is, you know, lying under oath by a number of top ranking officials that we've all discussed. And the same standard that was applied to the likes of Manafort, Roger Stone Papadopoulos, General Flynn, etcetera was not applied to these people know the greatest feeling of Christopher Wray coming into the FBI and his number one task was to restore the credibility. Integrity of the agency. The only way he was gonna do that, by would be by being totally transparent, but he wasn't I had to subpoena him and he didn't even have a subpoena. It was like pulling teeth. The information I have. I've got that one document that we got a female from the G s a completely un redacted you to read the whole thing except the sender's mobile phone number. The same documents Amy emailed the FBI. It was completely redacted. That's the level resistance we got from Christopher Reyes. FBI. Let's remember. Under Christopher Raid, the FBI briefed Lied to the Senate Intelligence Committee in March of 2018 to the still Darcy was credible. It was reliable. This is a year more than a year after they knew full well is Russian disinformation, so Crystal rail has Ray has utterly failed at restoring credibility, and I feel sorry for the line agents who I'm sure people of integrity, credibility. They want to do their job, but It's got to start from the top, and I'm just incredibly this point in Christopher Wray, not restoring credibility, integrity, the agency I've been disappointed as well. And you know, Unfortunately, I know many members rank and file guys that I call in the 99% that do their job and risk their lives every day and follow the law, obviously, and don't abuse power and there is stunned as I am that a lot of the things that we uncovered have gone on punished. And to me, That's only gonna greatly embolden those that abused power the first time to just keep doing what they've done or, you know, we had a experience about 20 years worth of experience in the F B. I agent testified for our committee and he's saying the exact same thing that there was. There was no credit for the Russian collusion investigation. There was there was no critical whatsoever. There was plenty of credit could open up an investigation on the Hillary Clinton campaign. In terms of Russian interference because she paid for that field associate. They had intelligence that she was trying to set up the you know a sting operation or trying to stir up the scandal Stirrup a scandal against Trump. About quitting this Russia that came from Hillard Quint campaign, There was the collusion. Of course, that's exactly what the Democrats do The accused like they've accused Chuck Grassley night accepting 70 rushed this information. Nothing could be further from the truth, They do it themselves. They accuse others what they have things that they do. There's no doubt about it. Quick break more. On the other side, Senator Ron Johnson remains with us. 809 41. 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"john salmon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on WTVN

"You start looking at all these financial transactions. And what's facing the biggest sports get 10%, where they're temps sent dealings to other another business dealings. You know. John Salmons wrote a good article looking at talking to the tax advisor and Joe Biden listed in his financial disclosure form about $3.2 million worth of assets. Yes. Since us the vice presidency, he listed $16 million worth of income. Where that money go. A financial expert study. He ought to be listening at least $9 million of assets. So where that money goes so These financial transactions. If Hunter was a conduit if they were splitting up some percentage to the vice president that will be uncovered in investigation. But again, my concern is if they run this thing like they're admit your exam. The investigation Hillary Clinton. I mean, is this really an investigation to just exonerate the Bidens? Is that what this is about? Is this going to be a real I gotta tell you something, the level the level of disappointment I hear from people over the over door. I'm not getting the job done. When the Horowitz report was a road map to corruption and indictment is my numbing to me. Um, And as far as I'm concerned, I don't care if Duram has the ability to be a special prosecutor into perpetuity. There was so many examples of what I believe we're clear crimes committed, not the least of which is, you know, lying under oath by number of top ranking officials that we've all discussed. And the same standard that was applied to the likes of Manafort, Roger Stone Papadopoulos, General Flynn, etcetera was not applied to these people know the greatest feeling of Christopher Wray coming into the FBI and his number one task was to restore the credibility. Integrity of the agency. The only way he was going to do that I would be by being totally transparent, but he wasn't I had to subpoena him and he didn't even on the subpoena. It was like pulling teeth. The information I have. I've got that one document. We got a female from the G s a completely un redacted you to read the whole thing except the sender's mobile phone number. The same documents Amy emailed the FBI. It was completely redacted. That's the level resistance we got from Christopher Reyes. FBI. Let's remember. Under Christopher Raid, the FBI briefed Lied to the Senate Intelligence Committee in March of 2018 to the students. He was credible. There's reliable. This is a year more than a year after they knew full well is Russian disinformation, so Crystal rail has Ray has utterly failed at restoring credibility, and I feel sorry for the line agents who I'm sure people of integrity, credibility. They want to do their job, but It's got to start from the top, and I'm just incredibly this point in Christopher Wray, not restoring credibility, integrity, the agency I've been disappointed as well. And you know, Unfortunately, I know many members rank and file guys that I call in the 99% that do their job and risk their lives every day and follow the law, obviously, and don't abuse power and there is stunned as I am that a lot of the things that we uncovered have gone on punished. And to me, that's only gonna greatly embolden those that abused power the first time to just keep doing what they've done. Well, you know, we had a experience something about 20 years worth of experience in the F B. I agent testified before our committee and he's saying the exact same thing There was. There was no credit for the Russian collusion investigation. There was there was no critical whatsoever. There was plenty of credit could open up an investigation on the Hillary Clinton campaign in terms of Russian interference because she paid for that field associate. They had intelligence that she was trying to set up a, you know a sting operation or trying to stir up the scandal Stirrup a scandal against Trump. About Queens, Russia that came from human Quinn campaign There was the collusion. Of course, that's exactly what the Democrats do They accused like they've accused Chuck Grassley night accepting 70 rushed this information. Nothing could be further from the truth, They do it themselves. They accused others what they of things that they do. There's no doubt about it right. Quick break more. On the other side, Senator Ron Johnson remains with us. 809 41. Shawn, You want to be a part of the program. We delve deeper into the Texas suits 17 Eh? Geez, now joining in with the state of Texas, which is a big deal, we'll explain on the other side and more with Ron Johnson's Listen a lot.

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"john salmon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Aled. That was was an in kind donation to all things, Joe Joe Biden. And yet nobody is talking about the Russia connection and how this must be a Russian plot. Against the Bidens Because of the reality of what this is now. The question is okay, we We've now had this information for such a long period of time. What is the threat that potentially exists for Joe Biden, For example, if his son did make all this money has all this equity all these wire transfers all of these countries. To me that then becomes a national security threat because I've got to ask a question that pops up in my head. And that is the Chinese. The Russians, Ukrainians, the, uh Kozik oligarchs. Do they have any information that could compromise of a Joe Biden If he takes office, there are other financial transactions. Other financial entanglements the Chinese will know about them. They probably set them up like they set up, Congressman Salt Swalwell, Okay. The Russians would know about that. So that's what we're trying to play out. Chuck Grassley night, the extortion and the counterintelligence threat that these foreign financial untangle entanglements represent to abide administration. Well, we just might have a Biden administration. That is a serious, serious concern for the standpoint of our our national security, But from a standpoint of a threat to Joe Biden and his legal liability here once it's an honest and true and detailed and aggressive investigation. You start looking at all these financial transactions and let's face it. The big guy was supposed to get 10% where they're temps sent dealings to other another business dealings. Don't you? Uh John Salmons wrote a good article looking at talking to a tax adviser and Joe Biden listed in his financial disclosure form about $3.2 million worth of assets. Yes. Since us the vice presidency, he listed $16 million worth of income. Where that money go. A financial expert study. He ought to be listening at least $9 million of assets. So where that money goes so These financial transactions. If Hunter was a conduit if they were splitting up some percentage to the vice president that will be uncovered in investigation. But again, my concern is if they run this thing like they're admit your exam. The investigation Hillary Clinton. I mean, is this really an investigation to just exonerate the Bidens? Is that what this is about? Is this going to be a real I gotta tell you something, the level the level of disappointment I hear from people over the over door. I'm not getting the job done. When the Horowitz report was a road map to corruption and indictment is my numbing to me. Um, And as far as I'm concerned, I don't care if Duram has the ability to be a special prosecutor into perpetuity. There was so many examples of what I believe we're clear crimes committed, not the least of which is, you know, lying under oath by a number of top ranking officials that we've all discussed. And the same standard that was applied to the likes of Manafort, Roger Stone Papadopoulos, General Flynn, etcetera was not applied to these people know the greatest feeling of Christopher Wray coming into the FBI and his number one task was to restore the credibility. Integrity of the agency. The only way he was going to do that, by would be by being totally transparent. But he wasn't I had to subpoena him and he didn't even have a subpoena. It was like pulling teeth. The information I have. I've got that one document. We got a female from the G s a completely un redacted you to read the whole thing except the center's mobile phone number. The same documents Amy emailed the FBI. It was completely redacted. That's the level resistance we got from Christopher Reyes. FBI. Let's remember. Under Chris Parade, the FBI briefed Lied to the Senate Intelligence Committee in March of 2018 to the studio. He was credible. There's reliable. This is a year more than a year after they knew full well is Russian disinformation. So crystal Rail has Ray has utterly failed. Restoring credibility, and I feel sorry for the line agents who I'm sure people of integrity, credibility. They want to do their job, but it's got to start from the top. And I'm just incredibly this point and Christopher Wray not destroying the credibility, integrity, the agency I've been disappointed as well. And you know, Unfortunately, I know many members rank and file guys. Then I call in the 99% that do their job and risk their lives every day and follow the law, obviously, and don't abuse power and there is stunned as I am. That a lot of the things that we uncovered have gone on punished and into me, That's only gonna greatly embolden those that abused power the first time to just keep doing what they've done. Well, you know, we had a a neck spirits about 20 years worth of experience in the F B. I agent testified for committee and he's saying the exact same thing There was. There was no predicate for the Russian collusion investigation. There was there was no critical whatsoever. There was plenty of credit could open up an investigation on the Hillary Clinton campaign in terms of Russian interference because she paid for that field associate. They had intelligence that she was trying to set up a, you know a sting operation or trying to stir up the scandal Stirrup a scandal against Trump. About quitting this Russia that came from human Quinn campaign There was the collusion. Of course, that's exactly what the Democrats do The accused like they've accused Chuck Grassley night accepting 70 rush this information. Nothing could be further from the truth. They do it themselves. They accuse others what they of things that they do is done done about it right. Quick break more. On the other side, Senator Ron Johnson remains with us. 809 41. Shawn, You want to be a part of the program. We delve deeper into the Texas suits 17 Ages. Now joining in with the state of Texas, which is a big deal will explain on the other side and more. What Ron Johnson's Listen a lot of you All right. You want the best night's sleep possible? You need it wanted crave it. You just desire it. Well, what changed My life is all things from my pillow dot com. My clindell starting with their my pillow, their premium pillow. My pillow dot com Sean Hannity Square.

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"john salmon" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"We have, and I'm trying to get in touch with him. Put him on the show and what have you but we got Matt Brainard. Who is director of strategy. For actually is the director of Voter Integrity Project. And he did a podcast interview with the John with John Solomon reports that people are John Salmons, a partisan. Will Matt brainers a partisan? I mean, he's a trump guy. There's no doubt about that. But they raised the money. And about $600,000, which he says none of it's going to him and he has had a long that ordered it to make sure that people understand there is no kickback for him. No, nothing. He's doing this gratis because he wants to get to the truth. But he told the folks, that's what I do for a living. I analyzed votes, he said. Some people analyze polls. I actually for living analyzed votes how people vote when they vote, why they vote demographics of people who mail in vote Democrats, graphics of people who go to the polls, all this kind of stuff, which is useful to campaigns. And so, he says, I know how to do this, but I got to put a team together and it's gonna cost some money, so they raised a bunch of money. They initially raised $200,000. Now they raised over $600,000 and he said, Stop. We don't need any more. OK, We've got enough money to do what we need to do. You don't need to give anymore. We appreciate it. And so they have Ah symbol teams, and they have found out things like this. And again. This is just one of the things they found out in Michigan. They found out according to his deal. We're gonna try to get him on and talk about this. Who voted absentee ballot, which sounds astounding, but they got 7/7 million people who voted and they had 3.3 million who voted absentee ballot mail in ballot. They cut their team and they got I would assume dozens of nine hundreds of people on this thing. They're calling and following up. On the people who voted absentee ballot and what they discovered. Is a 13% of these folks never requested an absentee ballot. Think about that. That's 429,000 people. Who did not request an absentee ballot. But are now counted on the voter rolls is having count as having voted in the Michigan election. Now, I think the last time all these numbers start to run together by think Biden was had by 153,000 or something like that. That's more than enough. You'll notice. Certainly not. And this is what I told you. It's amazing what happened when we all went to bed because we all went to bed, worried about Florida Remember them, and they finally called Florida for Trump. And I went to bed thinking, okay. He's got this. I mean, he was well ahead in Wisconsin. He was well ahead in Michigan. He was well ahead in Pennsylvania and then we woke up the next morning. And then all of the all these votes came in. I am going to guess that the surge of votes That took Trump from being in a commanding lead in Michigan to being behind by about 153,000 votes. I'm gonna guess that the surge of votes that came in was about 429,000. It's a wild guess that's how many people absentee voted and never requested. A nap Sinti ballad. Which you know has to be a bogus vote. Now, can you assume that all of them went for Biden? We can assume it, but we can't prove it. So what does that mean? It means that Michigan and the results of the election or bogus you cannot count that. So if you go to our decision desk, we're taking Michigan off the table. We're taking Michigan off the table. For Joe Biden and we're taking Georgia off the table. So right now, Joe Biden has 263 electoral votes He needs to 70 without those two states even when we give in Pennsylvania. Even when we give him Nevada even when we give him do we give him Arizona. I'm going to give him Arizona. If we haven't already we're giving Arizona Excuse me if we give him if we don't give him Nevada That's the other one. So we changed the bottle to toss up, which is what I'm looking at, like today. That so between Nevada, Georgia and Michigan If those were taking out if we if they now say that there and we're still trying to get confirmation on this, So we're in We're in almost Complete bovines can't ology mode in Nevada. They say that they're 100,000 ballots that were bogus. And I'm looking further into the just to make sure that we're Getting our ducks in a row crossing on Artie's Dunning, her eyes and the rest of the Metaphors we can use. If we determine that Then Biden supposed his head by 33,000 votes. 100,000 votes were wiped out out not to sing that all goes to trumpet. Just you can't count those for Biden. And so that leaves Biden. 2 68. Needs to 70. So if you do this in these three states, Arizona still in question to here's what this gentleman says, and we're going to try. And as I said, we're gonna get him on. But Matt Brainerd says that this When you look at everything And you and all of the information that they Have a symbol so far. Illegally cast votes surpassed Biden's margin of victory. In Wisconsin, Georgia and Arizona. So let me go back to the decision desk. I'm gonna give Biden back. Nevada. If that pleases you folks at the, but I'm going to take away Michigan. And now he's a 2 64. So if what Matt Brainard is saying is right That illegally cast votes her past. But Biden's margin of victory in three states, Wisconsin, Georgia and Arizona If you don't give him to trump you just take him away from Biden. Biden shows up with 2 64 he needs to 70. He does not have enough. To win the election. So what happens it goes to the House of Representatives. And when it goes to the House of Representatives. I hate to sound like a broken record. But people are tuning in all the time. So I'll say quickly, So people understand because there's an assumption of it goes to the House of the Democrats. Control the house and bind We win. It goes to the house. Every state gets one vote based on their congressional delegation. Right now, the Republicans control 30 of the state's congressional delegations. That would mean that Trump would win. Simple is that Biden's would be a 2 64. If the All the research that Matt Brainard is put together with his team is accurate than in those three states, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia. The illegal votes exceed the margin of victory for Biden. You can't call the state for Biden. Biden doesn't have enough. It goes to the house and Trump wins. We'll be back right after this..

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"john salmon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Through this bone dry brush, which is acting essentially as a jet fuel for this fire, pushing the fire Santa Ana wind. With just over 90 MPH powerful enough to knock over a tractor trailers in San Diego County, where the willow Fire has damaged homes. Thousands of people have fled their homes of vote today on a bill aimed at decriminalizing marijuana has support the house not expected to get past the Senate. You're listening to ABC News. Okay away news Radio Times four or two more than 1700. People in Colorado are hospitalized with covert 19 and the pandemic has yet to peak statistics stemming from Thanksgiving contacts expected to show up in new case numbers next week. Meanwhile, many of us are contagious with the virus right now. That number is one out of 40 years about the same last week. I think we said the figure is one out of 40. One as Dr John Salmon with the Colorado School of Public Health. The school's latest model shows 2400 of every 100,000 Coloradans are actively infectious with covert 19. If Thanksgiving contact spike the numbers next week we could see more hospitalizations and more deaths from Corona virus. Lawmakers under growing pressure to pass another stimulus bill before adjourning for the year. Both Democrats and Republicans accusing the other of holding things up. Colorado Democratic Congressman Jason Crowe seems a bit frustrated about all the quibbling. We didn't need to get a deal done. I don't care where the offer comes from other three Republican bill or Democrat bill, I don't care. I just want to get it done. Republican Ken Buck also spoke to Kay away news radio and seems to agree. I do think there is a Desperate need and I think Congress should act before we leave for the Christmas break. Occurrence. Stimulus proposal being floated is worth about $900 billion. The Broncos travel to Kansas City to play the defending Super Bowl champion chief. Sunday night linebacker Bradley Chubb on what makes quarterback Patrick Mahomes so difficult to play against one of those One of those once every generation of players East good with the speed. He's using his feet to make plays downfield the receivers. They got something. He's one of those Just just a spark Rich Amy. He's the catalyst to the team and everything they do revolves around him, Jump says. Whatever they can do.

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"john salmon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"john salmon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away news radio. Live everywhere. The I heart radio app box 31 pinpoint whether mostly clear tonight with a low of 24 tomorrow sunny with a high of 56 Right now it's 31 our top story on K Away news Radio President elect bite and tonight, saying that President Trump is setting a bad precedent with reports that he's considering a number of pardons for his friends and family Before leaving office. Joe Biden cannot undo a previous presidents pardon, But he says President Trump possibly pardoning members of his own family and those charged with Crimes who supported him hurts the office. What kind of Precedents sets and how arrest the world looks. Assesses a nation of laws. President elect Biden also saying he won't have anything to do with who his Justice Department investigates or prosecutes Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Even before we see the impact of Thanksgiving travel and mixing in Colorado's covert 19 numbers The pandemic Statistics are concerning testing positivity is ranging between 11 to 13% and the state has seen 3 to 4000 new cases each day. Hospitalizations continue to rise right now, one in every 40 Coloradans is infectious. With the virus with infection so widespread there's a high risk of susceptible individuals. Contacting someone who is infectious, with course, which is how epidemics propagate as Dr John Salmon with the Colorado School of Public Health. We should start to see cases from Thanksgiving, shoring up in state statistics next week. The fear is those cases will lead to more hospitalizations and deaths. How do you make laws in Colorado with Lysol?.

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"john salmon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"john salmon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Al Natoli wrote that great song. For Francis, Albert Sinatra and already just wanted genius. He did a lot of Frankie Valli's records and both guys from Newark, New Jersey. Yeah, man, And here's to the band one of my favorite tunes. So it's one of those morning 606 right now. Name night 70 the answer with Joe Piscopo, that stuff you just can't make up and I'm just seeing the news before me. And I actually dread mornings like this because you see the evil that's out there. You see that wrong that's out there And then you see how it's never addressed, you know, and then you and I got to make sense of it. And Wade, But we got a great show and with John McLaughlin is with us who I love is a CEO McLaughlin and associates in a pollster for President Trump will get into that in the seven o'clock hour. John Solomon is with John Solomon. I I wrote He had red with John Solomon first when he talked about Hunter by this is a huge story, 100 bidet did And this was ah, a Senate investigation. And I'm telling you, no one's talking about. It is so scary. You know, it's all about Briana Taylor this morning restaurant so and we'll get into that in a big way. But John Salmons, so glad is joining us in the eight o'clock hour. We're talking about 100 body buying what he did. How did you know me? I don't like to talk about anybody about Thie was talking about the old whether Trump Children did this did this. They had all their money and made other money. No. The deals before. Their father became president, so that there's not an analogy that 100 by then I'm going to read it in a little while. It's like scary what he did and what he got away with. And then no one addressed it up till now. Up till now. And John Solomon from adjusted news. I'll break that now a Dr Nicole sapphires just spectacular. Make America healthy again is the name of your book and your boards, state certified radiologist and a medical contributor to Fox News. We're going to talk about the doctor Fauci said in here yesterday. Easy Rand. Paul and Dr Fatty was great. They went back and forth with each other. I was great, you know? Well, there is immunology. You have it wrong. You know, Dr. Tragedy starts going back and forth, Lord, and you know what it is why we come. It's been such a long time since the pandemic Since you've been kind enough to say, okay, we're going to adhere to all these these laws. From these these these governors, you know, and we're going to just we're gonna get locked out. We're gonna lock down where you were gonna wear best. We're not going to touch anybody, you know? And and I'm Jenny. Well, how How much have they come since then? They haven't The medical community is not that we were close to a vaccine that Yeah, thanks. Operation works, Speed and President Trump. They haven't got the medical community has it? It's it's It's us on the radio. Here. We here. Through doctors that come on and tell us you, Khun. There is hydroxy Clara Quinn with a zit their minds and Z Pak. There's this room desert fear, decks and methods on this. There's medicines that we have. You don't even hear the doctors mentioned. It is so curious to me. Why, from the medical community on a national level, will not talk about ways to contain the virus. It's just you know, all the rumors here because well, because they have money they have stake in the vaccine with the Bill Gates. I don't know about any of that. That does sometimes sound conspiratorial, But Ah, what else we supposed to believe? What are we supposed to believe? So we'll get into that with Nicole Sapphire on vaccine is here about what can we do? In the meantime, Brigitte Gabriel fired up. She's always fired up Founder and Chairman of Act for America and The New York Times. Best selling author and Watching these Briana Taylor riots. I saw and I don't know that if you caught this that Linda's so sure was there. Linda Sarsour is an anti Semite, anti American, just a very just as a person. Just in my opinion, a mean spirited, awful type of person, Linda, Sis, or she hates anything that has anything to do with the Jewish community hates Israel. And is an ant complete, outspoken anti Semite. He he's in Louisville. Writing. Yes, with Briana Tail for Briana delicate issues instigating the rights. And if that doesn't tell you that there is an underlining concerted effort to take down the government. One disorder anti American and she would probably like and this is me just speak, and she would like Sharia law throughout. You know the United States and you don't want to miss Brigitte Gabriel Island A so so I'll just say it. Reggie comes up in the attic, like hour and then the great Michael Goodwin as well. You had a great column on Andi. What do we do with Major blast? What do you need Do is made of glass. You know, I had. Michael Goodwin actually has several answers for that. Hey, I joined the radio. It's great to have you with us, and we got a lot to get into today's 11 minutes after six o'clock. This poor girl, Briana Taylor. She looked like such a sweet kid from Louisville and name T worker and she's home and she's with the boyfriend. And now you know the backstory and I tweeted something out from our friend Charlie Kirk. And he kind of broke it now, because a woman like this I always as a father of three daughters. You think you think about your own kid? God forbid, you know, and and the fact that reality was killed But there's a back story to it to who he with her ex boyfriend was a drug dealer. Did she have anything to do with it? The police were just doing their job, just doing their job and all and they went in..

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"john salmon" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"john salmon" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast

"Same owners the RANSTORP family. So I am optimistic. I'm not like crazy optimistic. That the balls are about to be awesome. I think that they do have some good. He says I'm excited. Zemo Karnishovas. Data's I hope they are actually aggressive in making moves. The balls have a long history of failing horribly intrigue agencies. Hopefully that changes John. Paxson made two trades to improve the team over spending fifteen years. One of them was firing John. Salmon's Miller Magli two thousand nine in the trade for out of order which improved the team. But he got hurt last year So let's get aggressive with some trades. You know if you could find a good package for Markkanen if you could find good package for Kobe. White for xactly trade them. I don't care I know both ends get a little bit attached to him but I mean. What are you really missing? You're already seventh worst team in the League again. So they need some talent and more than anything they need lottery. They haven't had it last few years. This upcoming draft is not the strongest draft in terms of overall talents at the top. But I think someone like Lamelo ball would be a major talent addition to the Bulls. Were to get him is by no means a save a lot of ways. Your binds me a little bit of someone totally different position along time ago. Entire Thomas with you can see the potential and you can see the avenues or into be really good but it could be a boomer bus possession I think Lamelo ball against the first or second pick would be a great addition that otherwise they need some lottery like moving forward and they've got a lot of work to do. I think I'm with Ricky on this. I think I think they've got a little bit of a longer term time horizon than than a lot of other teams Even though they have veterans at the top of the roster auto quarters equity bad young. I think I think this is a longer term you sort of rebuilt than Than a lot of people might think Kobe white showed a little bit of of flashes. Right at the end of the season. They've got they've got another lottery. Pick this year when Carter is sort of was supposed to be sort of the guy that they could build around a little bit lower marketing as well so I think they've got some some good young talent. I think it's important to you. Know hire a coach who prioritizes the growth of those guys rather than sort the middling success that you can not even success a middling the middling amount of wins that you can get from a Zach Lean Otto Porter Thad young driven court. It's much more important. I think to sort of break things down. And then build toward the future with some of the young guys that they've got under contract with mic on the on the excitement aspect though I mean I know they're young. They are young teams the second oldest team in the league right now or whatever. The case may be but I'm Dan Zach Levine. A thank you know what averaging nearly twenty six game he's having a phenomenal was having phenomenal offense season. Susan I know their rosters kind of set in regards to where they're allocating funds to for next year with the spread across won't players and then I think the biggest question. It's just what happens with autumn quarter whether the OP center not assuming because of the injury play season Probably opting. You probably wouldn't get that money anywhere else on the market But you know yeah. I mean I'm excited for the new ownership. I think to this point to that. He mentioned about the last dance. That's brought so much excitement to lot of memories and nostalgia as well for For Bulls fans in history. And I think bringing the Bulls Organization back to the kind of being that that I conduct seem globally based on what you know what Michael Jordan did in years past them. It's pretty neat. I mean yeah. I think they're a little bit ways to go because they are young talent there and thank you. You decide what you do with marketing. When he's eligible for that extension you know had a solid second half of the season last year and then of course this year would like injuries and things but Coaching coaching will be big. Whenever they decided to do I'm hoping they'll go get Adrian Griffin But you know maybe they'll they'll stick with their guy ask.

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"john salmon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"john salmon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Want to take back the deposit Boston was thinking of a payroll truck are you they got they got cannons on those tracks and travel in pairs you couldn't get near one of ask you to do a casing job Charlie yeah sure do anything you say when I worked in the past an hour with the most deserted stretch of road have you gonna put a job like that you need fifty men let me get some of the boys I will need anybody I've got some money when in the car was his name does anybody I know his name is junior I don't know any junior you wrote you will Sam thanks Sam he's only trucks Hey you get used to it at the oven drive on one for fifteen years I got I have how much will all this time a two hundred fifty thousand dollars or other values I go that good well because it was thirty minutes now it was midnight yeah what's up or stop acne National Bank and we got a lot of payroll to rise and watch plan we should open the window and get some fresh air we got that after we unload the role of the company that we what's that up ahead looks like something shiny in the road despite why police you see what I see looks like a mechanical traffic cop about eight feet tall standing right in the middle of the highway must be a hallowe'en gag if you have specify the slowdown John salmons take no chances right okay with the horn don't budge where is our escort truck all of our dynasty remove sure looks like something on a Buck Rogers on the back of another blocking traffic light at we'll have to try to get tested it can look like you might squeeze by on the shoulder he goes we smoked is moving and that guy get a blast the bull to both right but it's still common the guy I'll back up I can't the other trucks right behind me looking at some she.

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"john salmon" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"john salmon" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"You and I love the podcast community. Because is a truck driver. I can listen to shows shows that glorify God and I can grow in my fe as I drive and yes I do have my personal devotion uh-huh and spend time with the Lord but that's one thing I'll say about truck driving I can. I can Rodney trig listen to Christian broadcast broadcast and a great preaching great podcast and praise the Lord going down the road. Well I mean. Don't you know we know Duan's joins not gonNA listen to this because you know he doesn't listen us but he's actually good people so we don't tell them that anyone we don't want him to know that but now we we love the bar. podcast just thinking. Those are great. Great podcasts over there so great thanks for coming your your your own journey. Andrus Joe I just pray for all are you guys for your network for the wines at work and and the other Christian podcast that I listen to because our our purpose in life is to glorify government will thank you for coming on grady. You're more than welcome injury. Thank you brother all right so here. We are again at G. Three. We're in the in the exhibit hall. Here you might hear some people walking around and some of the chatter. We're at a pretty busy spot out here. And we're at the striving fraternity booth which also has the Christian podcast community and we're also sharing it with Justin Peters ministries. So that's a great ministry check cowed if you're involved with the eeyore new apostolic reformation or word of faith checkout Justin Peters Dot Org and get some good teachings to get out of that you know people who are in that get all right but we have another great ministry being represented here and that is grace to you and I have my friend. Cameron Battelle L.. Who is you're GONNA eat? I'm hoping that I don't have to do too much interpretation for you guys. He he speaks with accent I think he has a ah a different language. He speaks he may sound British. Is that it. No No. You're from Australia. Can you pushing it Andrew. So care we we go back quite a ways. I think the very first time you and I met was actually in studio at wretched. I don't know if you can remember that yet. Yeah that was back when living waters when they had the deeper conference Roy. That's right. Yeah I'm back in the. Yeah so that would be actually tonight. Aric wow okay all right. That's making me feel older. I will admit that we probably both looked younger. Ah Younger back then. Well then a few more laps around the sun since then every lap gets injured. I've noticed that every lap gets faster and being a tad bit older than you. I like it agree. Well I will respect my elder as long as you. Don't call me a Brit. I'm I'm not a palm. No No uh-huh no but but under. The Brits is the palm we we just WANNA educate your listeners. That the English people are palms. pompey's we'll have to. We'll have stands for poor old me or all me. Hopefully not a palm. Tom And as long as you are upon all respect my Elda all right. Well we we do have a mutual friend Fred Butler who WHO likes to every? Ah I don't think he ever talk about failure with out talking about what will kill you there. Yeah that's right. In fact I get a lot of questions strategy especially Stratton Wildlife and defer all to Fred. Fred is a resident expert on Australian wildlife and phone A- He hasn't been there but he assures me he's watched lots lots of television. So incredibly reassuring. Yes yeah you can always believe what's on TV so let. Let's talk about how you came to America How I mean? You're you're of industry you. How'd you get here well in the in the promised Thomas Limb well You know simply I wanted to go to John MacArthur senator. John MacArthur is my my hero and he still is and I wanted to go to his seminary now there was other teachers are length. From but what macarthur had that was courage of conviction I just oughta loved about John MacArthur's in every format in every situation whether he's talking to Larry King with his preaching at Grace Church coach whether he's at a conference or token to you know kids he's always saying the same things sime strike biblical answers a dozen thousand try to nuance. Things will be clever or assesses audience. He's just a man preoccupied with biblical truth and he communicates that you see him talking to even The current governor of California Gavin newsom very ungodly man. You find some video of him talking to Gavin newsom bad homosexuality and its pastoral one. I one run on how to deal with these worldly issues and I just thought if the theological bums at dropping WanNa be John McCain is trench and so I wanted to get a seminary so I went to attend the mass to seminary My wife is tiny selection living in Denmark at the time. But I'm originally from Australia and I was actually wretched radio that I started to get sandbox of John macaca and then from there I that was when I was really pissed discovering how to use the Internet I was very light in the guy with using the Internet. Didn't really understand it but then when I discovered podcasting in being able to Control the Tom's when I listened to content and then access content. Yeah I was just great I I could then start to excess wholesome and stop to learn and that that was terrific to me certainly when I was in Australia for example for example It was incredible. I didn't know I didn't know anyone anyone who I thought. It was straightforward that. The Bible took that women couldn't be passed as I just thought that was just straightforward. It is I actually didn't no anybody who agreed with me. I didn't know anyone so you know I'm sinful on fallen and so you got. Could it be that I'm writing everyone. Else's Ron I and my default is that couldn't be could it because you know I do get stuff wrong but it was just that alone just to hear him talk about that and go. Wow Oh wow someone who agrees with me. You know like this is fresh Ed. This is drinking from a fire hydrant. And and so I've I've always been in Just loved MacArthur. A man who loves the word of God. He's Semons the overflow of his love and study of the word of God and to to learn from him and to be able to just to access that Online was gripes me. Now I get to work there when I was started. Seventy that grace to you asked me to work for them and there was some issues with visas and so forth but eventually I was able to work from. I started pot Tom and then fulltime and yet they might people you know they're like minded people and sometimes even asked me that harm sickness and you know working Congra- St Q.. At my home sickness with my people Feel right at time. I don't know if everyone would say the same about me. I hype side but certainly for me. That's the case all right so one of the questions. I always like to ask guests while we're here g three so now. You're not in a position where you probably got to go into into too many of the sessions because you're working in the as an exhibit booth but have you made it to any of the sessions at all. I've caught bits of them. Generally what I do. This method G. Three is I I man the booth. I'll like to talk to the people and then I I am download all the material and a guy through it when they court pots Pasta Pasta John Salmon last night huge crowd huge crab man. That was a huge tent. That was really amazing Heard a little bit of Q.. You and I haven't caught a lot though having okay so now you're in a little bit different than people that maybe just here attending but so far. What's been the thing you've enjoyed the most of this g three? Yeah that's pretty easy. Actually because you know the social media world it can get pretty nasty in a facebook empirical proof of the doctrine of Providence. But that's among Christians uh-huh let alone others professing believes. Yeah.

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"john salmon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"john salmon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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Amazon, Cuomo And Carlene John Salmons discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

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Amazon, Cuomo And Carlene John Salmons discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Do Amazon says its facial recognition software can now detect fear in a person's face that announcement comes as the debate continues among civil liberties groups and lawmakers over concerns about miss using the technology or from Cuomo's Carlene John salmons on's recognition technology could already detective your happy sad angry surprised disgusted com or confused and now they say it can tell if you're afraid they've also updated the software to detect violent content such as blood wounds weapons self harm a dead body as well as sexually explicit content for groups like the ACLU say reading a person's emotions by their facial features risks all kinds of errors not to mention the potential for discriminatory and racial bias recognition has attracted further scrutiny for its use by law enforcement agencies across the country they have not said one way or the other when asked if they've partnered with U. S. immigration and customs

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