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"leavitt" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"leavitt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"They are reported by the local Red Cross that the 30 year old eight year old was dared to touch his tongue to a baby viper on the floor. Of the hut where they were stand the snake bit, um, on his tongue swelled up. Found. Rescuers and a doctor were called to the scene on Saturday evening and he was taken to the hospital. Red Cross said the partygoers and Jeez, I don't know how this could have happened at a bachelor party. May have confused the young snake with a worm. That's a different level being messed up. That's what I'm saying. I can't say that I haven't been In a different state before. Probably at my bachelor party was just but I wouldn't have gone if one of my buddies would have said they kissed that worm on the floor. Hey, I have been like kissing no worm and B. That's a snake would not have confused a worm for a snake. Leavitt's got partying hard. So again, you've been warned. Hey, don't get married. Be at your bachelor party. Don't be kissing snakes and sea. Make sure you get all those good Western man flicks in before you get married. If you so choose toe do that. Assume is your wife walks out the door You put on hang him high for a few dollars I'm talking about Ah, appeal Writer. Yeah. So anyways, Rob..
"leavitt" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The news that matters to you we are newsradio ten eighty KRLD because the coronavirus Southwest Airlines is canceling a thousand flights a day that started yesterday they'll cancel approximately a thousand flights a day the carrier told employees over the weekend the director of the in flight crew scheduling crew up support says this level of cancellations expected to continue until at least the middle of next month during the peak of travel season southwest has been known to fly more than four thousand flights a day care only news time six twenty one eighty six proof timepiece by Mike Rogers with the other side of the news and it's considered by many to be the Cadillac of liquors Glen Leavitt scotches smooth as a pool table and not to be wasted it's eighteen year old Scotch you don't really expect me to port back into the bottle too what appealed social danske eighteen years is for amateurs because he and his colleagues at a company in Poland called wealth solutions they recently came into possession of a bottle of Glen Leavitt brewed in eighteen sixty two so of course they had to sample it you know what you think experience Hey what can I say but you can't drink the whole bottle right well you could but you shouldn't and thus their conundrum we had to think over what to do with this treasure because we didn't have a plan until someone came up with the idea of putting a very small amount of this whiskey into a hand crafted Swiss watch so they call the watch makers some of them said Dr we are crazy of course but some of them said that before a brilliant idea and to be sure to try it and so they did mounting a small whiskey filled glass capsule on the watch face right around the three o'clock position really really.
"leavitt" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The star is like a mile marker it's distance helps astronomers measure the scale of the entire universe delta CVI is high in the northern sky as night falls it's above the figure of CVS which looks like a child's drawing of a house delta CVI is at the end of its normal lifetime so it's going through some changes they make the Star unstable so it pulses in and out like a beating heart each be takes more than five days and during that time delta CVI gets noticeably brighter and fainter sort of many other stars don't to self is the prototype of an entire class of stars called Cepheid variables and in nineteen twelve Henrietta swan Leavitt found that the longer it took for such a start of polls the brighter the star was by measuring the distances to a few of the stars astronomers could then determine the true brightness of any of them so by measuring how bright the Cepheid looks they can calculate its distance and see here are bright so they're visible even in nearby galaxies that allows astronomers to measure how far away those galaxies are and that acts as a calibration for ways to measure the distances to galaxies that are even farther all the way to the edge of the visible universe that's all made possible by a few stellar mile markers like delta CVI we have sky watching tips astronomy news and much.
"leavitt" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Right now from Mike Leavitt I haven't seen a single ad since I've been on the air almost three hours on fox for our Sunday shows so I have to keep mentioning because they don't Mister bridges I don't get maybe they don't mention the weekend shows on Friday but that but I think they should please don't forget the sun is a really big show said Solomon used to say markers ed Sullivan Google it I like people to judge what exactly does this guy have to offer the country I don't wanna know about personal lives at doesn't matter to me when you're sitting there making decisions about war and peace in the economy and so forth who you're married to and so that's irrelevant irrelevant not voting for anybody because they have an affirmative right to be present because they are they identify with a particular group or not it's not the group that's making decisions when you make presidential decisions this is an affirmative action job and I'll just mean that on racers say it's just not the American people the big decision to make and try and tired of being told what the little checklist is from the left in the media and Cory Booker the reason why even your own parties rejecting you because you're an idiot you bring nothing to the table your record in Newark sucked that said pal that said I know it's tough I know it's tough but.
"leavitt" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Is a primary importance piece of the of the puzzle of how we actually saw for developing value based care models at super interesting and listeners. If you're like me I like having visuals. And they've got some really good visuals CAIRN ALLIANCE DOT COM you. Click on the link. There's a really great picture of the current state versus the future vision. I'll have a link for you. All on outcomes rocket dot health slash Karen C A R. I N you're going to have all the show notes that Ryan and I discuss discuss here today and the insights that he provides as well as links to any of the things that we provide sunny way just something to think about really shows the current state could be very fragmented and in the future state very neatly organized with access. What would you say one of the highlights and progress points that you would say is one of the proudest right now with this project? Well I I think there's two one. Is this breakthrough of what we call. Mush share versus may share this. This goes back to the point of kind of I made earlier. which is hip a related? Data exchange between two covered. Entities is a share situation. If I WANNA do pop health for example and I'm trying trying to get every single hospital in my the civic city to be able to share data with me so I can have a better understanding of what's happening there. It's all about a may share type of green. I don't have to share it with you if I don't want to. Unless it's obviously mandated by state law but there is no kind of Mush share associated with EPA related exchange age when a consumer requests access to the data. It is a mush share situation in all situations and so as a result of that hothouse starts with the individual so you could be able to start to aggregate that data through the individual. And so that's one big breakthrough I think. The other breakthrough is what we have seen in. What's called Tasca? So the Owen Owen see eh of national coordinator oversees health issue for the country just recently in January released. What's called the draft trust exchange framework? And it's a portion Russian of the what's called common agreements and that was a mandate that they had under twenty first century cures to release that some time last year and they ended up doing that here in early January. What we like about the TESCO? At least the draft trusted exchange. You can see that in health. I T dot Gov on their home sites or their web their homepage is to say on. The website is that they've had an opportunity to be able to hold that information in a lot of the comments you can. Listeners can see that on our page under our own. Let's see draft trusted exchange comments that we made back in August. They've been able to incorporate a lot of the ideas that we had about. How to exchange data better with patients and one of the breakthroughs that we we had the the the common agreement? Trust exchange frameworks and actually incorporated is the fact that I'm trying to solve the problem of identifying patients across systems CBS so what we call identity proofing and authentication one of the last summer as well a nist which is the group that has The government agency that oversees security and deep roofing and other items for the federal government they actually developed a set of principles associated with trying to. ID proof somebody across systems. That's basically saying is saul truly saw across system. ABMC think of it almost like a digital it'll DMV where you could get a digital credential and that digital credential is the same as if you went into a DMV or TSA for example to get your identity authenticated well there's technology now that does that and there's also guidelines now for missed about how that should be done and so we were one of the first organizations in the country to request. Oem See look at trying to ide- preuss someone in what's called a identity assurance level too so I won't get a lot of technical detail probably too far two weeks at this point but I'm pretty interesting though. Here's what's great about it. We think we have an ability and we can get into more detail later but we think we have an ability to be able to identity. got a DI proof and authenticate someone across systems at a near ninety nine percent plus confidence level. Basically the same as you would see kind of DMV you level and we have a way to authenticate you without using username and password across systems and do it in a more secure much much more secure way than we do it today. Okay with user names and passwords and as a result of that we think we can actually start to exchange data more securely with consumers and that alone is obviously going to be able to significantly. He treats the patient matching issue. That we have today or record-matching issue that we have today. We'll be able to do that a lot. Better Future. Yeah I think that's a really great. Call out. And congratulations on those two things. I mean really great progress and when you were talking about the patient privacy and matching correctly I think think of the unique patient identifier. And so what are your thoughts on that and how this fits into it. Yeah so we don't like say a patient identifier because people start to freak out when you say stuff like that ask so we use the term digital credential again. There's so when you hear Dr Rucker from the CC. He'll say things like you have a national patient when hearts call the social security number and then kind of the healthcare industry since no. That's not good yes not we. Don't we've been down that road before so we're not gonNA have the industry isn't really. There's all kinds of reasons. Why the industry's never really going to have a national patient identifier? People on both sides of the aisle on the hill are really ready to do something like that but they are willing to do. Yeah but what they are willing to. They're willing to be able to establish the digital credential so again thinking about like at this kind of digital DMV you trusted credential from a source that is essentially user proved you and that digital credential could be used anywhere you need it to whether it's your banking or through telecom through health care wherever you see that fit because it does a lot more than just have one single number the folks that I'm speaking two in the ID proofing world and identity and access management world. Have some pretty amazing technology that talks not only about just the regular identifiers as you think about name address date of birth all the things that we normally think about those are publicly available active information but even behavioral analytics. How you hold your phone which applications you select when you're on your phone how long you're actually involved or engaged in telephone conversations on the phone itself which cell phone towers you hit over the last thirty days? They can do some pretty interesting things with your phone now to pretty amazing really know you are who you say you are so it gets beyond just having a single number societas with you actually gets into all kinds of other data elements as well. That's associated with you very very interesting Ryan. Sounds like you definitely only have been taking a deep dive into this and Very intriguing The direction that this'll take at this point on the back end you know everybody's talking about fire ear and integration to this. Can you touch on a little bit. I know maybe some listeners may or may not be familiar with it maybe you could highlight what it is and how you guys has are using it for your program. Yeah fire the fast health inoperability resources an API standard that has been developed. It's now under H.. L. Seven that it is is really the standard that these vendors are using her start to exchange data. VPI's folks are excited about it. Because I might kind of each of seventy two. It's a lot more flexible. And it's a lot more supported and it's a lot more better documentation as well so there's all kinds of reasons for it but these restful. API Provide an ability for data to be exchanged in a very meaningful way. There's been really thousands of them have been created in phasing. Part of the uptake is amazing. Hasn't it yeah it is. It really is amazing. I think people have been wanting this type of solution I think for a while. API's have existed for a while but typically within healthcare just having a flexible possible solution. I think is a valuable for it that the NCAA is part of the detector released they had earlier also released. What's called the USC D? I escorted in Opera Goldie set which outlines a roadmap for the different data elements that need to be in place they would like to see in place over the next kind of two three years or so and What's exciting many of them are actually fire based and they have an ability the starts to exchange the state in a meaningful way? We think consumers can play a key role in Matt going forward and we also think that third party applications and open standards can also play a key role so we're working with the industry to develop more of those that is Super Fascinating Tainting Ryan and I'm excited for the things that you guys have going on there. Obviously we will only have limited time on today's podcast. Maybe we'll do a part two to this. But what would you closed this this discussion on Karen as far as like what should the listeners. Take away from Karen as it take away. I think if you're a provider especially and you're frustrated with with just interoperability in general if you're frustrated with the fact that you have kind of these patients coming in the records aren't matched appropriately etc.. I think this is just a new way of looking at those problems. and IT'S A it's a way in which you can involve the consumer the patient families or caregivers in the process of trying to be able to late records to them have specific unique individuals. I think definitely the technology is there. And it's also a chance for you to be able to share data from your HR to third party applications to make them meaningful useful relevant. Have data analytics that. You're looking for as well. I think there's so many of these applications out there. Someone told me at one point over two hundred thousand how. It applications out in the apple store. Walli that's Salat. They're all ready to be able to make use of the data. They can get access to excels I think engaging the the application community in some of the work. Ah You're trying to do strategically as organization. I think will help tremendously. Try to accomplish those goals and certainly if you're a consumer and you want to get access to the data I think that's relevant and I think I just leave this last item which this is public information. The apple just announce it was about a week ago. Now that they have the ability now in your iphone to with the eleven eleven dollars three released to be able to debate a really access all of your data that you have from your different providers into so as long as you go in register with the portal ordeal and you gain access to that you can be able to supply apple that information and making go out and get your data and the great news about it is highly secure. It's actually really downloaded to your phone. Not For the cloud. So it's on your hardware and you can actually aggregate data from all the different providers. Uganda too. So that's really exciting developments comport Rwandan. I hope you'll you'll see more of future. Yeah Ryan thank you so much for that. I think you did a great job of simplifying and explaining a very complex complex topic so you know it takes somebody that really is is understand it to simplify it the way you have so really appreciate you doing that. Yeah you're welcome no problem you you know Ryan One of the things that we do here is a course. We build a quick syllabus for the listeners. And so it's what it takes to be successful in medicine today. The one one today of Ryan and so we're going to put a syllabus together for questions lightning around style followed by a book and a podcast. So you recommend the listeners. You ready all right. I'm ready awesome. What is the best way to improve? Health outcomes the best way to improve health outcomes is to you measure it correctly and ensure that you're engaging.
"leavitt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"He's like Westminster right they did it up right why it why it remains okay dogs and white Mike Leavitt you would be executive producer the show what he wants and I think he really did she that show everyone that you can go to a shelter and you can find all these amazing dog dog people find at Westminster you don't have to go to the reader and by a dog you can go to the shelters and you can find it was every kind of dog you can imagine there were basset hound in Latin golden thing great hearing either a retake the bridge you can imagine and they were all showcased just like Westminster on the shelf it was great yeah and you mentioned Michael let that we love him Michael let it we love you big kids from super smiley and he really did a great is great production value I mean it really was the real deal and I I've actually been to Westminster right on the show floor yeah right with the dogs are going in and out of the ring standing with the dogs in their people and that show they're so focused in there was you know who was on the beach like some tension is so serious but it looks like the atmosphere and the rescue dog show was a little different am I right it's more fun we had so much fun we were a little intimidated walking in there you know what to expect because you know I one line on the ramp here where we pro Jackie Jackie was never supposed to be my dog she was what we call a foster fail so I got Jackie and I actually never even intended to foster her she was a dog we go to the shelter and I worked for if you need more rest you called a purposeful rescue and we pull Mary R. focuses mainly on jobs that shouldn't need that extra little help will dog on me me in your arms given meaning on seniors on dog for medical dogs who don't necessarily you know when you're walking through the tunnel to the shelter they don't jump at you they're not you little puppies we lucked out along the dogs that need a little bit of an extra little push I went to get Jackie that one day years ago I was just going to we call it like into the box the dog out to give it its freedom ride though Hilary Rosen who runs the purpose arrest you she says you know who wants to go pick up this lad who was on the euthanasia she was on her way out it was a mounting within Jan big black dog senior dogs they don't really have a great chance of survival at she was a really at a high kill shelter she had been down my poor Jackie had been got because her owners your previous owner had gotten a puppy I know it's horrible we did it I mean not all the time but we see it and they decided that she with you all no date remember that at the shelter the guns at the shelter and she just sat there and those selling one of army will volunteers who worked at the shelter alerting who learns that there's a great dog can you come favor because she is in her time is almost up and black dog don't have a great chance not a great chance but they're usually the last one to come out of the shelters well I said Sir Thursday morning for Iran went to go pick her up and apparently she's been really depressed you've been sitting there because think about it she told one family her whole life and then all the you don and you get the shelter which is you know a great place to be the dog barking should know where she is their parents had been really depressed and she was the third living there and she had a buyer can shoot down and she's been there for quite some time and merely videotape or jailbreak and I just looked at her thank god you want to get out of here let's just last Daddy here and she looked up at me and I looked at her and she looked at me yeah I get it yeah so I got her out and immediately think we take our dogs and at the shelter we had a purple rescue we don't have a brick and mortar building so once in Doggett's added that the shelter we take them immediately did that we want to make sure that the fabric Carol great at their healthy that there's nothing no underlying condition we want to make sure how wise that there are a hundred percent into their hundred with that we take them straight to a foster home and they'll be treated like any other part of the family they don't even more and you will get lab and they were saying that foster home until we find hope and whether it's a week a day a year two years it doesn't matter the dog will be like part of the family how the next day I went back to the that you drop off another dog date back to that a difference out there and I think when they hired her because her foster wasn't quite ready yet I guess we can be ready the next day and they went in the back and I thought Jackie and she looked up at me and she was in he'd been a holding area they start in those bars when I said you can't you can't beat behind bars again it's not fair to her and so I called Hillary Hillary how do you mind if I just like to hope for the weekend it was a surprise home and hang in there okay I have you know dog and though Hillary enough winning three dogs at home of my own thank you Sir take her home and so she came home with me that Friday and that was that and she never last name great though however I don't understand yeah to the greatest song ever there's really really something very very very special about her I mean all the rescue dogs to me are the best in show all the rescue dogs are amazing on my doggies were were and headed for the euthanasia room my horses everybody so I completely get that but there is something with something so special about Jackie and I'm I'm telling everybody go check our Twitter feed out of all the dogs that like Jackie Jackie look she's just very special and I think she's lucky to have you and I think you're very very blessed you have your car I yeah we are so lucky to have for it I am so let's get you in and you know I think that it before even if we didn't win and had it once we still win we win everything will they perhaps she there's something about her there is a very very well said well the judges did a really good job with everybody in and I applaud them for Jackie Jackie fans and we want to hear more about Jackie more about senior dogs with their special needs and also coming up I had a super duper give away for our listeners and it's.
"leavitt" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Our criminal justice system is rife with discrimination and then a bunch of mere drug users are sitting in prison and a intro will be around just because it is the venture yes FM HD two KLIF dot com listing border deal Democrats divided I'm like malls president trump says the U. S. in Guatemala have signed a safe third country deal which he says will reduce the number of asylum seekers trying to get into the US five safety for legitimate asylum seekers and stop asylum fraud and abuse is system the president says the agreement will however make it easier for farmers and ranchers to get seasonal workers Democrats are divided on the issue of impeaching the president but the number of lawmakers supporting and preach within the house has reached one hundred with the support of California's Mike Leavitt remains my responsibility to do what I can to protect the rule of law and defend the constitution the house Judiciary Committee is asking the court to order the release of the secret brand jury testimony gathered during the mother investigation corresponded money runs you with more the headline here is they took a pretty significant step towards possibly moving towards an impeachment proceeding because what they are doing in this lawsuit is to that they need this information is grand jury information from the mall approach in order to decide whether or not to recommend articles of impeachment against the president of the United States freshman Democrat Alexandria because he Cortez met privately with speaker Nancy Pelosi today as the two took time to discuss their differences and what it was over said the.
"leavitt" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"And he's been on real vision a few times, but danza sort of, you know, came out of Bain the Bayat shot, not the consulting firm did some analysis on what drives the returns to leverage buyouts and found that bicycle small Leavitt and on divided as you'd imagine. That's drives the returns to, to leverage by it's not anything that they the private equity firm, might implemented tens of improving operations. And so he has set up of dad advises and Videsh focuses on basically, the kind of private equity investments that you would try. Take private. He despised them on the public markets. And you don't have to pay the premium you don't have any illiquidity when you hold me continue them out at any stage and he has a preference. The point where we diverge is he has a preference full debt on the balance sheet resign have a preference for cash on the balance sheet when his works. His will go very, very well because that paying down the dates very powerful way of generating returns. Just think that, that can be a tipping point where you have too much debt, so I just prefer the more conservative end with a little bit of cash on the balance sheet seems to me that, theoretically, you would be the same thing as just adding leverage, whether it's on the balance sheet, or you levered report folio, I would think that it would just show up you have similar return and Sharpe ratio. I imagine. But imagine it just it makes the port for more or less volatile. That'd be my guess I don't know the answer that, but he doesn't show. And I think probably ideally the way that you do it is you don't put it at the Colt. Folio Leveille put it at the holding level. So that's non-recourse. But I think that with short protection from the show, and I think that one. He's pretty modestly leave, you can get much crazier. One fifty one ninety three ext type Leavitt ATS that seems go don't mind being one thirty long because I really liked that. Heavy concentration into deep value strategy investors stay away from the two three x all say those are fairly crazy to me. Although some of the marketing, I got a marketing Email this morning. I don't know why these guys put me on these marketing spam, but it said, this is from the fastest growing ETF shop..
"leavitt" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Yeah if you're if you're a european country doing business in iran sanctions this is the only way to do it and i'll tell you something i think trump's gonna win this one we'll see how the north korea thing goes i see you keep telling me maybe maybe not maybe maybe not it all depends on the big game you going hope for something really wonderful i hope that big kim has a great wonderful thing because a pig cam little yeah so what you call them mccollum little little a totally with the mushroom hat actually i can't wait i can't wait to hear how he starts to i a tolo i told a calming me not thome eighty cobb amy i'm working at anybody have suggestions the open mike leavitt had nicknames check it all day long you do you get a lot of your ideas from wsb viv actually doing sean hannity when europe keeps saying we're going to try to stay inside this deal in a week ago that seemed it's it doesn't it's not plausible the european countries we have the leverage it doesn't matter that you don't like it we did we did it and we have the leverage and the european europe europe as a whole and individual countries are not going to choose the iranian market over the massive united states of america market so we have the leverage that it doesn't matter what they think about what we did we did it they have to follow they have to respond and i think you've got to be all in so yeah they're saying right from the getgo at a certain point if you're a european country and you're doing in you're dealing with iran we will sanction you for that and that's the only way this can work you know that's the only way this can work we have to get back to strangling their economy to bring them to the table just like we brought under the table so i think if you're once you decided to pull out of the iran deal and there's you can have different ideas of whether that was right or wrong but once you decided to pull out there's no sense halfway measures you if you're if you're out you're out and you're either with us or you're with them that's the way to do it you could argue whether we should have done it but we're doing it and i think it.
"leavitt" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Movies don't pick the parts that were your favorite so the book because they have to condense it to anyway i'm so bad at readers where we add is about to you you shit yeah in seville bergh's worst movie yeah and if you can't name feel movie you're out back to the future three okay you're out i thought that was a mic sorry my cousins rob raider the second one raiders of lost ark that's not the second one do you mean the devil do i love that movie guy gets his heart pulled out of yeah you can't you can't give thumbs down to movie does that especially when it's pg thirteen monkey brains the monkey brains yeah yeah it was pretty cool i bet you could do that in a g rated movie just gotta didn't have sex with he right you can eat them all you on you monkey brian fucker all right who started it that's me okay the lost world dress park no i like that what as well yeah i like i like jeff all those daughter does gymnastics i always joy vince vaughn and a dramatic role.
"leavitt" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"All right well this one you're gonna have to go deep into your ass oh brow ever gone rings because it is time hold my what we're going to play a brand new game introducing a brand new game what and yeah and i'm daring to do it in the place where someone wants yelled out an answer it's another game where if anyone does yell this out prematurely it will ruin it potentially it's called you're the worst after the show of the same name returning for season five this fall that really read like an ad but i just wanted to give them a plug in this game you're the worst i did name if filmmaker we're going to start with trae and then go to rob and then to brand you get to take turns guessing i name a filmmaker sometimes an actor and actress but in this case it's a filmmaker and then you're gonna take turns naming what you think i think is their worst movie worst possible why do i think is you know so i could surprise you with my answer but i still got defend it at the end and in the end i think people agree with me the films of steven spielberg ready player one.
"leavitt" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
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"leavitt" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Yeah he's not gay but like like if he really needed a hug i give them just the warmest hug you touch but now i wouldn't do that would we ended up sometimes people just need a hug you'd be like breaking and be pretty good entity it's gonna be all right no i loved it i loved it i thought it was fine all right you're not under oath show put the glasses out all evil done all right let's get to trae here and ask him that this important question about the last movie you saw you slept during the flight yeah but before i left i saw a one of the best good bad movies that i've seen in a while oh yeah is nineteen eight the rescue starring kevin dillon red headed guy ned von yeah yes skippy and in the gar fries yeah and then the girl from dazed and confused like hardly says anything the whole movie the brunette chick miller jovovich don't know the other one yeah i don't know her but so so they're the kids of the seal team six guys and they the seal team guys go on a mission by north korea and they get captured and the government's like too risky to go get them and so the kids are like blair go yeah and so then they go and most spoilers but skippy ends up in drag at one point oh it's fun though you should watch it.
"leavitt" Discussed on Le Show
"That trump at the time was trying to claim he was worth four hundred million and probably was worth about four million well they both got fours in the president had reportedly called cohen a week ago to express his support of cohen and and apparently has been advised by his lawyers since then not to to try to contact cohen directly and so at the weekend he had tweeted a couple of messages of support to cohen publicly which reportedly according to some legal experts is a lot safer legally than trying to contact him privately at least directly michael leavitt damn message hi michael very brief outgoing message very business like cut out the swearing and the threats good for you this is john he's gonna eight baron that's out of habit i used to work for him as you know this is john miller i'm my own now is a public communications consultant still like you working on the donald trump account pro friggin bono although he doesn't know i'm leaving this message he hasn't asked me to call i'm doing this friend you know better than anyone how that works if he knew about this he probably killed me but just a friendly call out of the blue of the top of my head it'd be great if you could maintain your position that nobody's done anything wrong ever you know obviously we don't know at the fbi has maybe you do mr trump trests meat and not not that i don't need to know and also he would really kill me if i brought this up there is a course as you know better than anyone still a nondisclosure agreement that you signed a long long time ago terrific agreement is still valid and enforceable at law course.
"leavitt" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The boys are bagaza friday night ces it it is hopeful addeds finest the friday football fiesta did his ken thompson jolie bob physical he later down the nfl games uh by the way i will get to uh some of these injuries for you as well for the stored irs you know guys that are going to make a difference some of these games and have those ten so we'll to run those down uh as we go all donald duck them in here and there but you'll lease the on the pregame dot com celebrity guests line joining me and of course i am live at the golden nuggets every friday night always stop by that so many have uh this week in last week but really this week i mean 'cause i got here early at everything set up a lot of common by know joe i will tell you of a lot of people there really look forward to meeting you when you do make it out here today fan club and i guess when you keeping the games the way you're hitting that percentage you're gonna have more and more fans and you're going to come out here i'm just going to drop the mike leavitt for you i'm just going to go on vacation with christie 'cause everybody's gonna be you know just anticipating lisi getting here with all these college football winners by you know do you that's all thing though and joe once you get on top you've got to stay on top so you know how tough it is but the end of the day we do what we do we love what we do and we will continue doing it to the best of our ability he is jolie sees back there at the in the garden state my neck of the woods and we left off with michigan state ohio state and game has the buck eyes favor by 16 and a half total fifty four and a half here at the golden nuggets with tony miller miller's hanging up on the board the.
"leavitt" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Hours away from your fischer will be getting agricultural albakov eurocanadian comedian show when big mike leavitt domestic well i think you're a little crazy but thank you run okay along cabrera water bad job that was you know this guy here's what in a helmet when things are good enjoy with team lotus go adversity and in water up at second base wants to trade are you gonna do take goes bobble head about fell on a second big i think that it is surprising because cabrera has come across like a leader he's come across like a good guy in that locker room and i thought his reaction was it was very disappointing i will say he was very disappointing and i don't buy this whole while they're not telling me what my role as and here's the other thing when is jubal cabrera sign with the new york mets my thought was well you've got a guy who has experience at shortstop and second base he's played second base do not asking him to do something he's never done before he's played a punch she games at second base if the mets were moving into third base which i think it nationally they were thinking of doing i'm not saying i agree with him being all annoyed about it but i am the stated guys never played third base and these like one game at doesn't count never play third base i can understand him saying look cannon need some time to learn the position i don't want to embarrass myself like i get down okay that's fine as fine he's played second base and by the way in the five minutes that he's played second base with the mets he's far better than what he wasn't shortstop that's why i asked you while ago i was wondering if i miss i don't understand what the disgruntled part of his argument was i understand he's getting healthy but he wanted to be told earlier that this might be a possibility brought to out that he wandering no yeah also as an option for next year so i think he wants it picked up so maybe he thinks this could be used as a tool to have the option picked up a man that i would say that the he's doing the opposite i agree i wouldn't pick it up he's making them go we needed rethink our option for you now here's the thing i don't understand.