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"leakier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"leakier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"leakier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"leakier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"leakier" Discussed on First Person

First Person

06:29 min | 9 months ago

"leakier" Discussed on First Person

"The ancient that were here. Why is it important to know the background of the grapes. History or lineage. Like what does that tell you when you're a winemaker. Does it affect what you do or originally and you claim the scrape the to be yours. It's indigenous suit your own from the your country to produce something from your fruit of the land will take you know what your ancestors built and also Through next generation. That was one of my first ideas working with these grapes. I wanted everybody to know that we have rapes. And we have also preserve these shifts in time and you know they always still about their was or so. It's very important to know and use what you have in your own concern. You want in your own nuts. It's one of the most important things i said. Somatic stability may explain that's referring to how stable the genes are so. They're less likely to have undergone mutation theoretically if they're stable the grape growing in bethlehem should be genetically similar if not identical to the grapes that were growing back in the days. Of jesus crazy right okay. Quick recap based on samples collected from farmers across the region did presumed that there were sixty four different grapes but it turned out. The only twenty want were genetically different. The rest were the same grapes but called different names or it just wasn't as obvious until you got them under a microscope. I want to know two names in their data collection. That fatty says are lebanese grapes. Baidu and medicate lebanon from the twenty one grapes through micro verifications or by making many batches of wine. They settled on four indigenous grapes. Three whites the buki hamdani and gender and one red melody which means mike country clearly. They're making good stuff with these. We into a lot of competitions all around the world in san francisco. Berlin also here in In his hand and the warriors one Transmits goldman it's also brandy released on and a half years ago By the luke thirty five years age also wanna going on stone. I was very glad. Because i saw that. Not the were is accepting these graves. These new graves for them because they are considered a good quality wines. So that's very successful in our field. There's something really exciting. You're working on right now. yes in the is months. Produced two types of leakier chelsea declare flavored brandy because the chilies were soaked in our brandy. Normally alcohol and mo cream which is like more with the no militant sites like creamy and Before christmas i know would produce the would be ready. I started making the articles that for businesses with realty and we have not afford the as far as nutritional maybe shopping on more than gonna throw to make beer some ideas that they have in mind overnight of new babies. Yes i like. Greens saying to a you. Have you have to change. You can't only do one thing and doing bad. I love winemaking. And it's like an old so you have a course or goes prophets of the was would be so it's like a pleasure What i love also had been fifty. So i want to reduce as much as i can. What what we can also add to have more money or mission cities. I'm doing my best to do whatever again you found a really nice balance you know something that satisfying for you as one person but also it gives back to the community use. Is this lamb mug notice. Were where do you see this going. Where do you see the future of winemaking in palestine. now it's becoming more competitive as Quality round and seen you guys that are trying to make wine that's and they are winds so they are also thing By us use faith is awesome. I think we have. We have a very good future here in the early signs. Only one making roses and sending and if in and they all assigned to use the local grapes so now using this product of our lands. It's very unique. It has a very good speech. Are they using the same for grapes that you're using or the other ones as well. No everybody was deflected. We so you guys started the trend. Basically no regards that our senior guys on very unmitigated. is the oldest wondering palestine. And i'm happy to see if ideas and be like the big for the reno also Weiner's that coming out so we already glad we don't have any issues and everybody that we need any help. We normally do hansel very happy. That's what is unique about growing grapes in palestine other factors that are specific to the land or the.

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"leakier" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"leakier" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Okay now that we have you here net. Tell us what you know about now. First of all. How do you pronounce it. Bobo bobo yoga the nobel but nobody novo sex sex. We this article. We will link this in our show notes along with everything else. And what is the connection between Oboe and sex. that's it. yeah honestly you guys. Somebody sent that to me. I'm like oh. Yeah i can tell you talk about this. I have a lot to say on priming sexual behaviors so out here in british columbia. There's two universities. Right university of british columbia in vancouver and then this other place called simon fraser s right nothing. Burnaby at sf. I took a two courses undergrad. Primate behavior courses taught by an extremely extremely famous primatology. That no one's ever heard so back in the late sixties early seventies. jane goodall got santo by the leakey's right. So is mary. And like richard leakey or Louis leakey and mary leakier the parents and they sent out janko to chimpanzees. Diane fossey to study mound girls and then my proof baru galdikas to study a rang attacks. She's one of the three angels of like the leakey's founding scientists and primatology essentially found the first Human the first ones. Who did it. Yeah like no. It was So the paleontologist once you've found the fossils where the leakey's and then they sent out Goodall fossey and galdikas To study primates so that they can make that connection between the fossils and also human behavior by studying primates in kind of fill in the picture of the past right so when jane goodall was studying chimpanzees she crossed the river one day and saw these different looking chimpanzees and they became known as the bonobos. They are a type of chimpanzees. Sopa no goes and shimshon have sex and produce viable offspring that can also produce offspring So they're not a different species They're not lake Mules that way like donkey horse. Yeah exactly and then they're sterile rate so But they're different in all other ways from so chimps are psychopaths right. They will rip your arm off and beat you to death with your own arm.

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"leakier" Discussed on The Divine I AM

The Divine I AM

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"leakier" Discussed on The Divine I AM

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"leakier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"leakier" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"leakier" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"In her feelings Yeah I mean I personally enjoyed the content. Haven't spoken to anyone else. That I know was involved with listening party to kind of know what they thought about it. but He Yeah it drops today. I mean again speaking as if the episode outside drops on Friday but yeah I think people are going to be really impressed with The content I'm not sure what records are gonNA stick out the most to. Who's GonNa like what I do this directly shoot on there? That people are going to like. I know there's a record Buju Banton on it and we're going to like Record on their pop com that people are gonNA like Snow Allegra made a record with with With with them that I really enjoyed Yeah it's courtside Jesse Ray is does record party on it. It's IT'S GONNA be some fire. Anyways everybody check it out using. I'm using her feelings. By the time this drops it'll be out everywhere so channel. I can't wait to hear comes out. Who assist the hard BOP BOP Daddy? Mommy related to be best day to you. Happy Day in miles outside the UK stars. I'm doing a sting of costumes. Even though she's also I'm going to I'm going to give Courtrai Group. Yes we I don't need to worry no. We don't agenda will. Yeah I go to bed with any taint happy. Belated Birthday Dems banks wherever you are on the world of so many on the UK shot on to you a great rest of your coin teen and once this is all over we can also quarantine quarantine corentin wants to celebrate at a you know tape or whatever have types if this is the thing. Now slippers on permission before select. I feel like you know. I like my equally. Yeah I've been against rate is so I get. That could be oregon straight as you like your chances. You just gotTa make sure. You're nate nine. There's no dishes in the same. That's why I stand right now. It's funny when when you when people and they have like the get out of jail free cards. There are doubts whether they're arrangements with their partners with okay. We'll get to do this. I got to do that. I definitely wouldn't be so much so much. Any Uh your identity your identity. Mom anyways shouts to Miss Bank again. what else are you Barbara leakier? Which not a week is either you go. I I can go first avenue Okay. So in the spirit of associates dancing I wanted to make sure enough applicable for these liens so I've decided to You know go with loom girl. Our homegirl a friend of the show. Tanny known her pay her and her newest for God how we come stay home. The should be out there. Sunny peep peep the record you know. Let's let's see how she feels We should be you know who living life through this saw pandemic you know she just wants us to isolate you know some. Here's tiny with release record isolate.

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"leakier" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on No Agenda

"It's the book is a is a giveaway as not that we're overly suspicious, but that's what we do on this show because we looking we're looking for the scams that are going on and poor reporting, which nobody everybody does. Us. And so, yeah, I think it said we could have been in extraction. It. I mean, the extract that could have been a diversion for an extraction. I mean, maybe some guy with dark hair and a mustache walked out a couple of days lay or brought up that was going to say there's a lot of reports of him being able to slip out, you know, dressed as a maintenance worker or I think I'm pretty sure he was able to go in and out of the embassy. And maybe hope so maybe had a body double come in. I mean, it just it makes a lot of sense. If that was me, I know I know that you as my friend would get some terrific head shaken guy and throw a wig on them. And and help me out. I think I just go over to your old place in Texas and grab one of your wigs, and we'd use that K unnecessary roughness on the play. Anyway, so green green wall don't laugh. He has every right to be pissed at his at this introduction. Just the whole thing is is shameful by NPR for a fellow journalist. And I think Greenwald did a pretty good job on this. But this is true media, hysteria hysteria. Want to bring in another voice here. It is Julian Assange is colleague Glenn Greenwald. He's on the line is a longtime backer and proponent of WikiLeaks. And join us on John Glen, thanks for taking the time this morning. Sure. I'm not sure why you introduced me is a colleague of Julian Assange inside. I'm not actually that reported on him and the journalist, but I'm happy to be with you. I heard that. I'm like, wow. What a dick. He's not gonna green was I gonna put up with that crap. Well, standby he does not to tell I would love if you could actually actually I think the NPR journo is just confused. He's conflating Snowden with you know, stuff that might have, you know, the WikiLeaks dumps, and he's he actually is just poorly prepared, but I'm happy to be with you to tell I would love if you could actually just people understand characterize your your relationship with him and with WikiLeaks. Sure, I'm a Pulitzer prize winning journalist to is reported on. I wish I could say that I'm a podcast hall of Famer who has been reporting arm leakier aches over the years, just like NPR house and beyond that, I don't have any relationship with WikiLeaks or Julian Assange, and I'm not sure why you're trying to imply otherwise have you been in contact with him today, or or leading up to this know, and what do you think of the charges against him? Why agree with? The Obama Justice department the Washington Post editorial of two thousand eleven the guardian aditorial from yesterday and the consensus of press freedom groups around the world, which is that prosecuting joining us on in connection with publishing secret documents that showed US work crimes is one of the gravest threat to prostrate, I'm possibly imagine. Well, and the indictment that the DOJ issued says among other things that are done, for example, encourage manning to get more documents than she had originally provided. But just something journalist, I if you work with they're not in your reporting. But I do this thing journalists do every day they say, thanks for getting me. This is there any way you can get more of that. So to criminalize that encouraging sorts of to get Mark off by documents to criminalize journalism, and I would hope no journalists would stand behind the Trump administration is try to do that. Obviously if join us fine. Actually, I gotta tell you. Have I have listened to so much radio in my life. Do you hear the edits in this thing? I I hear edits all the time. Did you hear this blatant one? I didn't I wasn't looking for edits. This has been edited to tighten it up. Yeah. Yeah. Mark off the bye documents to criminalize journalism, and I would hope no journalists would stand behind the Trump administration as it tries to do that obviously doing fine, actually..

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"leakier" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on AP News

"Embattled R and B singer r Kelly's plans for an international tour may have to leave out Australia where a lawmaker wants the country to bar him from performing Kelly had already announced on social media Tuesday that he'll be going to Australia. New Zealand entry Lanka, his career's been stifled sense. A mute are Kelly campaign gained momentum. Last year to protest his alleged sexual abuse of women and girls which Kelly denies and lifetime documentary series surviving R Kelly last month through even more attention to the allegations and his record labels reportedly dropped him. Australia has denied entry to other foreigners on character grounds among them, troubled R, and B singer, Chris Brown, convicted classified document, leakier Chelsea Manning, along with anti vaxxers and men's rights leaders supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is back in the public eye. AP's? Ben Thomas report, she made her first public appearance since undergoing lung cancer surgery in December Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg had surgery in New York on December twenty first and missed arguments at the supreme court in January her first illness related absence in more than twenty five years as a Justice she's been recuperating at her Washington home, but Monday night, the eighty five year old attended a concert in her honor, given by her daughter-in-law and other musicians at a museum a few blocks from the White House. Patrice Michaels is a soprano and composer, and she's married to Ginsburg son, James. The concert was dedicated to Ginsberg's life in law and concluded with a song set to Ginsberg's answers to questions. Ben Thomas, Washington. A radio news. I'm Rita Foley lay.

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"leakier" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on AP News

"Three in black with Tesla's lower range battery that goes two hundred sixty four miles per charge. Someone attacks the tombstone of Karl Marx with a hammer, the German philosopher and economist was buried in Highgate cemetery in London in eighteen eighty three and his grave was later topped with a large bronze bust and a marble plaque. It's the plaque that the vandal damaged and a spokesman for the cemetery says it'll never be the same again. And it'll bear those battle scars for the future. Police said that they have investigated, but they closed the case without making any arrests. Embattled R and B singer r Kelly's plans for an international tour may have to leave out Australia where a lawmaker wants the country to bar him from performing Kelly had already announced on social media Tuesday that he'll be going to Australia. New Zealand entry Lanka his career has been stifled. Since a mute are Kelly campaign. Gained momentum last year to protest his alleged sexual abuse of women and girls which Kelly denies and lifetime documentary series surviving R Kelly last month through even more attention to the allegations and his record labels reportedly dropped him aus-. Rilya has denied entry to other foreigners on character grounds among them, troubled R, and B singer, Chris Brown, convicted classified document, leakier Chelsea Manning, along with anti vaxxers and men's rights leaders, Trump and Syria, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute. President Trump insists getting US troops out of Syria. Does not mean the fight against the Islamic state group is over can do better than we've done military terribly. But you will have people. That will be around. And we'll search and you'll search him out and we'll find him, and hopefully, they won't be around very long. There are concerns withdrawing forces from Syria could imperil gains against the militants there as well. As in neighboring Iraq, Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren who was working toward launching a twenty twenty presidential campaign as again apologize for her claim of native American identity. I am sorry that extended confusion about tribal citizenship and tribal sovereignty and for harm caused.

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"leakier" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:40 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"She says she's loyal to him. And she doesn't appreciate us making fun of him. Come on Kellyanne Conway Twitty weekend. Meaning. Hello. Nice to see his being long. A deal to reopen. The federal government for three weeks. He's leakier congress today after president Donald J Trump announced he would back big remained. Even though it doesn't include his demand for billions of dollars in border wall funding this from US today, by the way. House and Senate approved the measures on a voice vote. Senate to Trump is expected to sign the Bill into law ending a thirty five big government shutdown the longest in US history. White House Trump's in the white House Rose Garden, we have reached the end the shutdown and reopen the federal government, well, the deal amounts to know wall. But here's the deal. Now who told you this yesterday? Thank you you folks, calling me no dominance. And now, you're mad at me because I'm telling you that Donald Trump has made a miscalculation Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. I mean, everybody wants to act like he's just ten steps ahead of everybody. He's not sometimes he makes mistakes sometimes he has to declare bankruptcy. I mean, these things happen. The guy's not perfect and he's still learning on the job. But I guarantee you if he if he was looking at this in December right before we went to chrome break. And he was looking down the road of this. And he thought thirty four days thirty five days, whatever it is into this thing, I'm going to have to say we're going to reopen the government without the wall. He would never done it. Because I ask you this. What did we get for thirty five days of shutting down the government? We got nothing. Absolutely nothing say again, that's not to say that he shouldn't have tried it. I I was all behind him. But it didn't work. Now, I thought he should have stayed in for the long term and eventually Pelosi and Schumer would have caved butts apparently his people or his intuition or something told them that that was not the case. So he decided that he's going to have to give up on getting the wall through a government shutdown. So now, we got three weeks to ride around Valentine's Day February fifteenth day after Valentine's Day. And I was telling somebody I hope he gets a sweetheart deal, but he's what's going to happen. He's going to go and negotiate with congress supposedly in good faith, and they're gonna supposedly go negotiate in good faith. We all know that nothing's going to change in three weeks. We're gonna be right back here in three weeks. And here's what's going to have to happen. He's going to announce it he's gonna do the emergency thing. So here's what Nancy Pelosi says, the only way, and the reason I say, this is because the reason he's got to get to the American people is because they're the ones who are getting their congressmen and get to their senators if he doesn't create a groundswell of support for this out there in America, then he knows he can start losing some Republicans because a lot of these folks are the Larry Tate's of politics. They will blow with the wind. They'll do whatever. Because all they want to do is get reelected. Any understands. And so he's got to make the case to the American people. So my assumption when I told you was going to reopen. The government today was if he would make the state of the union address on Tuesday. Well, not so fast. Because Nancy Pelosi said today, I don't think it's going to happen on Tuesday. We said when we get the government reopen which are getting ready to do that. We will decide on a date what she's trying to do. And what she will try to do is push this past February fifteenth, Mark my words, that's what she's going to want to do. Now, whether she'll get that or not remains to be seen. And the reason she wants to push past the fifteenth of February is because she knows as I've told you if President Trump gets unfettered uncensored straight pipe access to the American people for an hour. He will overwhelmingly convinced them of the need to build a wall on the border. And it's not just meeting knows. This does Nancy Pelosi. That's why she does not want to give him access. Your remember won't you remember with me? She's she's sent the formality of a letter to the president. This is right around the as soon as she became speaker. Which was during the shutdown. Wasn't it? And said I look forward to having you address I want to invite you to address a joint session of congress state of the union member, then and then she reneged on it a couple of weeks later because she started thinking, this is the only power I have to keep his mouth from the years of the people. So I'm going to exercise then. And I told you in in, you know, for any normal speaker of the house, it would be a PR nightmare. But not with this speaker of the house and not with this president because there's so many in the news media, you hate him. So normally, even if this was George W Bush, even the news media folks going Okinawa come on. This is rather ridiculous. You're not going to allow the president of the United States to address the joint session of congress. Just because you say there's a security issue. They wouldn't buy but with Trump they buy because they hate his guts. So they're willing to throw out. I don't know how many years of protocol and procedure in pomp and circumstances and tradition. In order to ding Trump because they hate him that ban. So she can't allow this guy. I'm not saying she won't. I mean at some point it's going to be so ridiculous that she's going to have to cave, and she's going to have to give them the forum. So Trump is looking at this as okay? I could go do this state of the union address from the Oval Office. But it wouldn't be the same. It will. I think he's thinking it would look desperate on his part. If he did the state of the union address somewhere else, and it didn't have the normalcy of a state of the union address. Then it doesn't look legit. So he wants that venue. So in order to get the venue is is going to have to get Nancy Pelosi on board with what she's now said she's not going to give them the venue unless he opens the government backup. So as I told you yesterday, he's going to open the government backup. But in the long run he's going to declare the state of emergency. We'll get wall. I thought that might happen on Tuesday. But it doesn't appear. Well, we'll have to wait and see they may get a work that over the weekend. But it doesn't appear he's gonna make the state of the union address on Tuesday. He may. But it doesn't appear now that he's going to declare the state of emergency until after they've gone through this three week period of this ridiculous dance between Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump. Everybody knows he's not gonna mend. She's not going to be what I mean. Everybody doesn't know that now that they've seen him cave on reopening, the government, they think that he might bend. But I can tell you. This guy is going to get this wall or he's gonna do the his level best by doing the state of emergency. So then you have to follow this to its logical conclusion. What happens when he declares a state of emergency immediately. The Democrats are going to try to block it in court. So then, you know, what's Indian some of you lawyers. May I I'm sure you would know this. I mean, obviously, don't I'm not a lawyer. But my question is if if if the Democrats. I know this term legally standing you have to have standing what's standing with Nancy Pelosi have in blocking from a state of the merge, a state of emergency in the wall. So it's going to have to be from. It's going to be have to be on behalf of somebody who would be affected by the wall. In other words, I don't think the lawsuits gonna come from Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. I think the the it's gonna come from the ACLU on behalf of migrants who want to be able to come into the country illegally. Well, that's certainly sets up a whole new can of worms doesn't if I mix my metaphors here. You've got now. Somebody suing on behalf of folks who were not in the country because if they're in the country the wall doesn't affect them. So they don't have standing you are effectively going to be filing a lawsuit on behalf of people on the other side of the wall. Just like the migrant caravan thing, you know, about not granting them asylum, and then the judge jumps in the middle of assets, you got a grand these folks asylum. Well, they're not even here yet. So how in the world they have standing. Well, it doesn't matter if you're a liberal activist judge so they're going to sue the same the same through the same channel and possibly the same. Judge did the migrants thing and said that he he's got a he's got allow these folks an asylum hearing. Well, then the question becomes do. You have a right as a non from somebody who's never set foot in the country. To not come to the border and see a wall. That's gonna be an interesting discussion. They're not what they're gonna do. I don't think that if I were them I wouldn't sue over his right to declare a national emergency. Because obviously going to lose that we've had all these other presidents have declared national states of emergency for all sorts of things like freezing answer assets from Belarus and everything near the American. People had no idea was an emergency. But they just did it, you know, bombers done a w Clinton Reagan. They've all done it. What they're going to have to do is get a judge that it's going to sue or stop this an injunction on behalf of the deleterious effect. It would have on migrants who wanted to break into the country. And that's going to be an interesting argument before the supreme court do one it'll basically, and John is this do you have a right to enter the country illegally. And I would hope the supreme court would go. Okay, now, you gave us. No. They don't. Thank you. And Ruth Vader of the air. No. They don't Ruth go back to sleep. They don't have a right to come into the country illegally. As long as airports of entry and people can peacefully and legally make a petition that they want to come into the country. Then you don't have a you. Don't have a right as somebody who's not even in the country yet. To come across the range of whatever. Or swim across the Rio Grande and come to the country. So the question is how long does that take? I don't know three months. Six months. I would suspect. What is it? The supreme court. I don't know what this session is. Now, I think they go out in a few weeks, and they come back in October that right that for their second session. What a gig that is. I mean, what is it? It's like some sport or something. You know, we're coming back to the second season. Exactly. And they and and what kills me it hit me today..

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"leakier" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:31 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"It's twenty plus pages is former United States attorney Dwight holding who rejoins the show Dwight welcome back, Mark counselor. I do not speak fluent legalese you read through the indictment. What's your top line? Well, this is a significant step in the investigation. It's one that I think has been highly anticipated in part because it brings us closer to making that direct connection between the Trump campaign and Russia with we may about the chain almost completed whether or not we're going to see a complete as depends on the facts that we don't know how the senior official in the Trump campaign, directing Roger. Stone to connect with WikiLeaks to obtain information about the Hillary campaign to obtain information to use for their presidential campaign. And I think the missing leakier is will there be an allegation that WikiLeaks and Julian Assange were acting as agents of the Russian government. There's certainly strong reason to suspect we might see that link flows. We have a direct connection to white. There's all sorts of talk about paragraph twelve in this indictment, which reads after the July twenty second 2016 release of stolen documents by organization one. That's wikileaks. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone about any additional releases the senior campaign official was directed. So that means that had to be somebody above a senior campaign official. Am I reading that? Right. Sure. Seems like this is what we in the biz call an unindicted co-conspirator there is plainly alleged here, although not charged there. Alleged a conspiracy to collaborate with WikiLeaks. In in a Greek collecting this information in using this information to us as a freshman against the Clinton campaign and the person who does that directing is obviously a part of the conspiracy. Whether the criminal conspiracy is a different question because we don't know yet whether or not they understood that were working essentially with you cut out of the Russian government, if they did, but it's a crime if they didn't then it may not be a crime. But it sure if you look at the food chain and the Trump organization and try to figure out who is senior it off to be directing someone else to reach out directing a senior person to reach out to the president's very close advisor shore begs the question of whether her talking about President Trump himself paragraph seventeen on or about October seven twenty sixteen organization one WikiLeaks released the first set of emails stolen from the Clinton campaign chairman. Shortly after organization one's release an associate of the high ranking Trump campaign official sent a text message to stone that read well done. There's so many people in this thing. I mean, just you wish we could get the names of the people. So we can connect the dots. But it it appears that there's a lot of people involved in this. Well, Mark I'm old enough to remember when the wind from the Trump campaign was they never had any contact with Russia or anyone affiliated with Russia. And now we've seen a growing body of evidence of a whole myriad of connection from that Trump Tower meeting to the plan connections to later on Jared Kushner, trying to set up a back channel for communication campaign turned out during the entire campaign. Rudy Giuliani tells us the president's organization, and he himself were involved in negotiations with Russia about building a tower there there are I've been. Careful to talk about this as if the Wiki leaks connections to Russia is made you have a complete change of connection between the Trump campaign and Russia, but that's just one there could be many others based on all this other contact. We have that we were told never happened. And we just keep seeing. Piece by piece, and it's growing the folks who are reporting out long ago. Muller? Operation was wrapping up really continue to prove a point. We know. Nothing Muller knows at all. And we will at least we have no idea what nobody knows what Noah Joel off special counsel is ready to call us J speak through the grand jury into a Dighton hard to wrap your head around. What's even more? Bizarre. To is the way the special counsel rolled out an incident on or about December one 2017 seventeen stone told person to that person to do a Frank Patange really before the house intelligence committee in order to avoid contradicting stones testimony. This is right out of the godfather part too. I mean, this is just literally literally out of the godfather, you know, I think that's part of what is really distressing about this is these people who are very close to the United States. I think like they're mob figures, you know, movie, you know. Mob figures are not cute fluffy movie characters, you know, Al Pacino, maybe a great guy in real life, but the reality of organized crime bosses and mafia bosses in particular is that they are brutal killers who take advantage of poor people to enrich themselves, and that's the kind of model. These guys are holding out that the president or holding out is a model for their behavior. The efforts to obstruct Justice portrayed in a movie about in a talion organized crime organization that thrived on stealing from poor people. It's just miserable. Frankly, any idea who I want a person to is Steve Bannon Jerome Corsi anybody, and he guests the strongest guts the strongest guesses, I think is Bannon is got to be one of these people because he's been disclosed he's disclosed. So so I contacted with and then of course. Hugh. I don't know much about that guy except what's been reported. And it seems frankly utterly bizarre. He's the one who made public and offer. And has been going back and forth on corporation. I think. Know, there's a decent argument that I hand fold these fringy guys that are close to around the president and his advisors are really in and out of reality because they live in such deep conspiracy theory. This is the same group that tried to convince us that the prison. I was born in Kenya. President Obama, and they I I think there's a decent chance at a tenuous grasp on reality. You see that they kind of move in and out of these conspiracy theories, and you know, in a normal circumstance where Kogel her life that God bless him. I hope they do. Okay. These people are close to the president United States. The nuclear codes who is in charge of security and angel success of the nation. It is really distressing counselor based on what you read today. More indictments to come where there's lots of work to be done is what it looks like. I think Mr. Coursey can expect to hear from the grand jury special counsel's office. I think that will it'll be interesting to see what mister does. Here's his decades long history has alternately been about himself. It will be interesting to see if he maintains he knows nothing and has nothing to share with us special counsel. Or if it were she ends up going to the different direction. But I think also I'm really looking for whether or not. The special counsel in the grand jury determined that. There's that connection between WikiLeaks and the Russian government and decide you allege that because if they do closes that chain and you have. For my friends and skeptics who have who have been critical of the investigation because it has done that direct connections to Russia. Today's announcement exodus one link closer, we're just one link away. Now if that WikiLeaks Russian connection is made enough chain of complete the conclude conclusion has gotten stranded. Do I hold the former United States attorney for the state of Oregon? We appreciate your service to counselor. We wanna let you know. And we appreciate that you distill twenty plus pages of legal lease into a few short minutes here on the Mark Mason show to.

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"leakier" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Recent research may have uncovered the reason why Australia has lakes that are bubblegum pink. Yeah. You heard that right now, they don't taste like bubble gum. Unfortunately. But Australia does in fact have lakes that have a vivid pink color, the most famous of these lakes is probably Hillier which is located off the southern coast of Western Australia on middle island in the past people speculated that the color could be due to high salt, content or micro algae. But here's something you might have missed in two thousand fifteen a team of researchers from the extreme microbiome project decided to investigate the exact cause. Of this pink nominally, they collected water samples, then performed DNA analyses on what they found and they found ten species of salt loving bacteria and several species of algae that were some shade of pink or red and get this a single species of bacterium called Salan a b-actor ruber was responsible for thirty three percent of the DNA collected. Scientists suspect that this bacteria is the most likely source of the pink color, not micro algae looks like mother nature. Can't trick is for too long, despite bacteria being the reason for the strawberry milk color. Leakier is totally safe to swim in in fact, the lakes high salt content lately makes the water so dense that you would be able to float really really easily though will you win the Dead Sea. So why don't you see more Tinder profile with people swimming in the cotton, candy colored water simple? It's tough to get to lake Hillier. It's on a tiny islands that you can only get to with a boater helicopter. But if. You can get there than dive into that pool of pink. And you'll be fit for a photo op.

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"leakier" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"To researchers at the university of Arizona, you're probably not gonna live forever. Spoiler alert. Because according to them immortality is impossible. Sorry to burst your bubble. Cody. I'll find a way. Well, the whole immortality thing might sound a bit obvious. But it's really not when you think about it. Evolution is all about helping organisms produce more offspring. If a treat makes an animal more likely to die than that treats should eventually disappear and get replaced by traits that help them live. But even if you never suffer from a single disease or injury, you're still going to die of old age. So it's actually a pretty valid question to ask why hasn't Evelyn put a stop to aging evolutionary biology, researchers at the university of Arizona say that aging is the price of admission into the multicellular organisms club. The problem of immortality comes down to the two things that happen to aging cells the either slowed down or they speed up. You can see sell slow down as you go gray, for example, because your hair cells stop producing pigment. But people get worried when cells speed up their growth rate that can cause cancer cells to form cancer is scary. Sure. But cancer cells are just as much a part of aging as gray hair. Or wrinkles? It's just when they cause symptoms that they cost the problem, for example, half of men over the age of sixty have prostate cancer, but it usually doesn't develop into anything harmful and most end up dying of some other cause according to the researchers if you found a way to keep your cells from slowing down than fast, growing cancer cells would take over and kill you. And if you found a way to keep yourselves from speeding up, then sluggish poorly functioning cells would accumulate and kill you. The researchers said in a press release quote aging is mathematically inevitable. There's logically, theoretically, mathematically, no way out unquote. Sorry, but being multicellular means your cells will compete with each other throw off that balance, and you make things worse we can lengthen human life, but we can't stop death. And that makes it even more important to embrace the time you got like by swimming and bubblegum pink lake. Heck, yeah.

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"leakier" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Listening to let's be honest. How often do you wash your sheets and towels? How about your sport? Bras, or yoga pants. Look. We know adulting can be hard. But you should probably be washing those personal items a lot more than you might think today is going to be one of those or not your parents. But we might kinda sound like them kinda stories about I promise you'll think as leader. And so will everyone around you. And I'm gonna start with something we all probably use every day your bath towel. If you're like me, you probably wash it once every I dunno weaker. So well that is not what Phillips year no says to do he's a micro biologist from New York University. And he insists that you re use that title three times max. And that's only if you're told hangs completely dry between uses if your towel this still damp when you want to use it it needs to be washed. He also says you can catch some pretty bad microorganisms. If you're thinking about sharing your towels with your significant other. So it might be time to invest in some of those his and hers towels, Cody you don't have those do, you know, I do we do have two differently colored towels though. Oh, yeah. Sure. I do too. Yeah. That's the way to do it. Anyway. Now, let's move into your bedroom. A hope that didn't come off as to forward. Listen, your bed sheets can pick up lots of nasty stuff, like animal dint or pollen cosmetics like oils and creams and dust mites. Natural debris is also weighing down your pillows with fungus and all that stuff can create an allergy aggravating combination. Here's a fun fact humans produce more than twenty six gallons of sweat in their beds each year that wasn't fun at all. That's why tear no says you really should wash your sheets in average of once a week. And if you don't use a top sheet that goes for your comfort or to let's move onto an increasingly popular clothing item, yoga pants. There's technology in athletic clothing, that helps whisk away your sweat. But that same material is also hanging onto dirt. And oil in other words, just because your yoga pants or dry doesn't mean they're clean dermatologist Deirdre Hooper told us shape that bacteria and yeast will stick around and possibly multiply even when the clothes are dry so wash them after every wear your yoga classmates will definitely thank you. So ladies Nell discuss those bras, if you only wash your bras every couple of weeks or so you're not alone. But you need to rethink your strategy dermatologist Josh's Eichner recommends to shape that women washed their bras after five wears just five and sports bras. Will he says they should be washed every single time? But I personally have talked to other. Experts that save or one or two times in a row you can get by with a quick rinse in the shower. But either way let's all try to stay clean and not smelly.

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Here's the Real Reason Why Australia Has Bubblegum Pink Lakes

Curiosity Daily

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Here's the Real Reason Why Australia Has Bubblegum Pink Lakes

"Recent research may have uncovered the reason why Australia has lakes that are bubblegum pink. Yeah. You heard that right now, they don't taste like bubble gum. Unfortunately. But Australia does in fact have lakes that have a vivid pink color, the most famous of these lakes is probably Hillier which is located off the southern coast of Western Australia on middle island in the past people speculated that the color could be due to high salt, content or micro algae. But here's something you might have missed in two thousand fifteen a team of researchers from the extreme microbiome project decided to investigate the exact cause. Of this pink nominally, they collected water samples, then performed DNA analyses on what they found and they found ten species of salt loving bacteria and several species of algae that were some shade of pink or red and get this a single species of bacterium called Salan a b-actor ruber was responsible for thirty three percent of the DNA collected. Scientists suspect that this bacteria is the most likely source of the pink color, not micro algae looks like mother nature. Can't trick is for too long, despite bacteria being the reason for the strawberry milk color. Leakier is totally safe to swim in in fact, the lakes high salt content lately makes the water so dense that you would be able to float really really easily though will you win the Dead Sea. So why don't you see more Tinder profile with people swimming in the cotton, candy colored water simple? It's tough to get to lake Hillier. It's on a tiny islands that you can only get to with a boater helicopter. But if. You can get there than dive into that pool of pink. And you'll be fit for a photo op.

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"leakier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tree. My my neighborhood is called sycamore ridge. And it's called that for a reason. So if I get eliminate any leaves that I have to blow I ended up blowing leaves about six times a year. Wow. To keep up with it. So guys, I really appreciate the help pay. Thanks, the fruit eliminator at Sullivans. Yeah. We sure do. Thanks for asking. Thank you. See what is on the on the computer said Sam Bradford? Sam bradford. That's he's a quarterback in the NFL. Is he really Sam Bradford? He really is. Yeah. Yeah. Out of the question Sam Sam Bradford. But it was really the same with a question about a Bradford wasn't Sam Bradford. He's yelling at JJ, Johnny. Oh, not at all gas. X stomach is like some beano. No gas X anybody's got to you'll Chevy Chase over there. Just get some baking soda and some water and swallowed that'll take. That's good idea to neutralizes the ph. That's for acid. I I'm bloated right now. It'll help get you'll burp it gas X two three nine ninety three ninety three is coming right back with more Ninety-three WIBC. It can't be shut down. I would certainly be willing to close it down. And no wall could keep it out work. It can't be stopped winter winter winter officially arise. Fisher leakier here. So for the next couple of months or officially screw weather's really changing whatever the season serves snowy conditions and dangerous road. We'll help you get through its cloud through Ninety-three WIBC. This is a severe weather alert from the Ninety-three WIBC storm desk new accident in white county. I sixty five southbound between U S two thirty one and state road eighteen that areas.

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"leakier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:04 min | 3 years ago

"leakier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Get aboard eight seven seven three three seven six six six six misdemeanors. Wanna follow up on a point from earlier this, sir? Richard went off on his. Why am I tand? Now tangent word. Boy, coach. Gary. I couldn't remember Jason. Thank we got the whole family history from. I don't know is necessary buddy started to make a point and got off track. What else is new about running backs in the National Football League top running backs all we're averaging over four yards per carry bub-bubba, but he also made the point of and you can get them anywhere. Who are the four best running backs in the NFL this year for you? Todd Gurley Ezekiel Elliott. Saquon barkley. I forget him. I would go Christian McCaffrey. If I were. Okay. Because he. Thousand coins boss for over two thousand yards. Okay. What are they all have in common? Other than having really good years this year. They were first round draft choice. They were top ten draft picks. That's right. All of them in the top ten so this. No, you don't have to draft. You're making a mistake. If you drank they running back. I oh except the four best vaccinate the NFL leakier top ten picks. There's a reason they were top ten picks. They're that good. There's a reason why they put up the numbers. They they're that. Good. And yeah, you gotta go get him. You gotta be aggressive to go. Get one of the best running back. Now. I understand Philip Lindsay undrafted running back got a shot and Dan ran with the football over five yards per carry. Yes, there's diamonds in Nebraska, and you can find them that way. She was Denver find some now back to the Dan Reeves Shanahan days. Right. So they're very good at it. But this notion it just gets under my skin when people make all inclusive stupid statements like you should never get them running back into. I you can find the running back on the six or seven trucks. You know, how many running backs were picked on the sixth or seventh round who never saw the light of day in the NFL. We're training camp casualties and never play. We look right past those. But the one year the does make oh, look he's the guy. Well, no there were twelve running backs taken in the fifth sixth and seventh round this year. One was really good three. Others may rosters eight were cut and never saw the light of day. Nobody ever. Factors in the guys who are just point to the one guy who was let go undrafted free agent who is one of the top five running back. Yes. There's running back all shapes and sizes, and you get them to different junctures as well. I just can't stand. What people make statements about wasting a first round the new narrative in the NFL. It's a passing leaks. You don't have to run the ball, which is ludicrous, especially this time of year. You have to be able to run the ball in the playoffs. My whole point that we've we've talked about alive the season with giants decision. Barkley over darnold. I have no problem with Barclay. I mean, he he might be the best running back in the league already. But if you don't have a quarterback, and you have a chance to get a guy who you think could be elite. I think you've got to take the quarterback. I in Dallas. They took Zeke Elliot when they thought the quarterback was going to be Tony Romo. Right. And then he got hurt in the fourth round pick. Dak Prescott wins to two division champion. Chips in three years they fell apart last year because he Kelly it was out six games on the suspension. So it's pretty clear the impact to Elliott has had on the Dallas offense. But I still think and I know I've had conversations with giant fans about this is greatest Barkley was last season this past season, and you couldn't have asked for much more especially running behind a crummy offensive line. I still think they should've taken darnold and invested in the future and had someone that they can pass the baton to because right now you had no idea who the giants quarterback of the future is. And that's the most important position in all of sports is funny because I will once again put them in the same exact position last year acknowledged they needed to blow up the offensive line start from scratch, redo it. I like the fact that he didn't come in. And he didn't he didn't. He didn't try and patch. We'll make one change. And now they reconstructed offensive line. He didn't do well enough at getting it, right? But I agree with the fact that hey, we got to blow this up. I agreed with the back. They took the best player on the board and for him that was sake on Barkley. But now you gotta go get the quarterback they want you make that call a twofold decision. I liked the first fold. But if you don't get the second world, right? It makes getting the I wold right almost irrelevant. Yeah. I don't know if you've been paying attention to this quarterback Georgia Justin fields who was the backup right to Jake from. He was the number one quarterback coming out of high school last year. He goes to Georgia can't be that from. So now he's transferred to house, Ohio State. And the reason is is that official Meno. He's talked to enroll in classes on Monday. Really now sit on Instagram last night. I didn't see that. Yeah. So would that indicates without question is Dwayne Haskins is leaving Ohio State? This is the domino effect. Help potentially can affect the giants. We thought Haskins was leaving anyhow, but defective fields is transferring their and now becomes the favourite to start over a couple of incumbents for Ohio State next year. He wouldn't go. There if Haskins was staying just would've stayed at Georgia. So that means Haskins is going to be in this draft. He hasn't taught believe the fourteenth is deadline for the early eligible to announce that to declare that they're going to be in the draft. So now the issue is at number six going by Dave Gettleman. Theory or principles that you have to take the best player, regardless of position you have to take the best player is Dwayne Haskins at number six if he's still there because the team like Jacksonville could easily trade up to get him or maybe Oakland puts their car in the market decides that they want Haskins, but if Haskins is there at number six. From what I understand. He will not be rated as the sixth best player in this draft. Now, that's liable changed over the evaluation period. It takes place between now and individual. This is a defensive line draft the giants the defensive lineman like they've never needed them before especially a pass rusher. But they need a quarterback they have to identify their quarterback of the future. Because we know it's not Coletta. He can't drive a car on or off the field. And you can't drive the team on the field. That's not nice. Why did you say that Jodi? But anyhow. Does he pass the defensive linemen to take a quarterback who I don't think? We'll be as highly rated as Sam darnold when the draft the second time you said today it's a defensive lineman draft, which I heard the same things talk to my draft guys. They also told me it's a good defensive lineman dept draft. Right. So if that's the case, you get a guy in the second round, you're going gonna get a guy who you know, is not going to be as good as the guy you take it number six by a better than you would usually get in the thirties of a draft at a position of knee. But I'll tell you this by the way get on with talking on Wednesday. He does a straight from his board that he says if you reach to take a player at any position it always winds up being a mistake. So in less Haskins is in that plateau. Then that's the word Gil Brandt always used before the draft. He has players and plateaus grouping together. And then you can take the player that maybe. Best fit UNITA's long. As you've got the same grade if Haskins isn't that first plateau, then you can take them and say, you didn't reach. But from what I understand. And I think that he's a Kuyper and mcshea has Haskins right now is the eighteenth best player in the draft. So if that's what evaluation is of the giants reach giants feel the same way. I mean, Hyperion mcshea or not didn't work for teams, and it's just their opinion and after their evaluations. But if the giants the same way, how do they take Haskins if they have them in that plateau equals some of these defensive linemen? How do you not take them because they need to have a quarterback the ones that we don't know about Dave Gettleman. He doesn't have a long enough track record as a general manager. How do you play the trade down game? There is some coaches general managers that they're good at it. I say coaching because Bill is one guy. I'm thinking of he plays the draft game as well. As everybody moves up moved back, the same way, we John. Phenomenal at it. A maybe trading down. If you really think, you know, we're asking is going to go, and you can come down from six to nine or eleven or wherever you think it's going to be now the the risk run is the guy gets smacked up. Somebody else makes a better trade offer. And somebody moves in fronting and take your guy, then you get left holding the bag. So you have to be really good at it. And get on mine hasn't done again has not had a history with quarterbacks. Colorado's you only quarterback he ever drafted because when he got to Carolina he'd had inherited Cam Newton. And then never drafted a backup. He would sign free agents tobacco up to get one before the update rates from Pennsylvania's on the fan. Yes. I was just saying about when you gentlemen, talking about Josh. A d. Have you realize the scoring and no? Avi shooting their defense gave up the most points. You know, division defense is a Rendez you go. Flair and the second third round of that quarterback from Duke. I'm not a Daniel Jones guy. I don't know that he's going to last that long either. I mean, he had a. Career. Yeah. They're good year. This year. Why is I had a good year? This did you watch all the games? Did you watch him? Twenty one. Rex Shuki completion percentage Brady three John Rogers. Five. Defense. They have done any better. Hi, rich. Thanks for checking. It's time for Pete McCarthy when someone calls you crazy Jodi that ticks me off if I was if you put ally. The patriots. He would have done exacting thing. The Brady did this year. I put him on the saints. He would have done. Exactly what drew Brees did this year. That's what you said. You saying oh he's saying. Yeah. That's ridiculous. Well, he's crazy. He's crazy. Eight called me crazy said boy here on the fan. It's crazy. We may be we'll come back for one more segment mcintyre's. Yup. At eight seven seven three three seven six six six..

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