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Pompeo says he didn't know fired IG was investigating him
"Once again today. Mike pompeo refused to say why he requested the firing of State Department inspector. General Steve Levick. Who was conducting multiple investigations involving secretary of state? Mike Pompeo that includes Mike pompeo's use of a federal employees at least one federal employees for personal errands and Mike Pompeo's approval of an arm sale to Saudi Arabia. But today Mike Pompeo claimed he has no idea what investigations the inspector general has been working on. Mike pompeo knew about at least one of those investigations because Mike Pompeo refused to be interviewed for one of them and instead submitted written answers about the arms sales to Saudi Arabia. Nbc News reports that Mike Pompeo held two dozen elite dinners at the expense of taxpayers attended by influential Republican Party. Figures and leaders. Who would be likely contributors to a POMPEO presidential campaign in twenty twenty. Four Jars Cussin' now is Ben Rhodes former deputy national security advisor to President Obama. He is an MSNBC political analyst of been the A we have a secretary of state recommending requesting the firing of the Inspector General in his department who is investigating the Secretary of state and you have a present the United States who is trying to affect that firing claiming he has no idea what it's about. Yeah I mean it's truly extraordinary. Lawrence in the common thread is speaker. Pelosi alluded to is. They don't like anybody looking into what they're doing. They don't like Congress investigating napping oversight. They certainly don't like independent Specter's general looking what they're doing. There's an irony in this lawrence as well. Mike Pompeo was one of the leaders in the Republican Party in Congress who spent Literally Years Investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server when she was secretary of State. Now we know of multiple potential wrongdoing Mike Pompeo the use of State Department resources for his personal political interests as well as perhaps flouting the laws and protocols without arm sales go forward and moving forward with significant transfers of weapons to Saudi Arabia. So there's a lot that the American people deserve to know and trump in Pompeii or doing whatever they can to prevent them from knowing how their tax dollars are being spent There are reports indicating that there were senior department officials who were advising the secretary of state not to use an emergency waiver for those arms sales to Saudi Arabia and go through the normal process of consultation with Congress That seems to be a certainly in in in in policy terms and in effect the most serious of these investigations that were aware of its very serious lawrence and you already situation where Congress has voted multiple times to prevent the United States from continuing to support a warn Yemen lead by Saudi Arabia that has killed tens of thousands of people in that has failed to achieve any of its objectives and that is in support of a Saudi crown prince who brutally murdered a Washington Post journalists. This emergency declaration doesn't make any sense Lawrence. It doesn't hold up because the situation in Yemen has basically been the same for several years. Nothing is different this year than was the case last during the year before. And what it seems to me is the way these arms sales move forward is the State Department has to license him and then they have to notify them to Congress and Mike Pompeo just decided he didn't want to go through the normal protocols which are in. Us Lockyer up so this is a separation of powers issue a constitutional issue and it also raises questions once again learns as to why this administration is always eager to do the bidding of Saudi Arabia despite all the very real concerns that we should have about the conduct of both the warned Yemen and the nature of Mohammed bin Salman. And but I want to get your reaction to the reports we have about these dinners paid for by the taxpayer which clearly have a political intent in them. An clear possible future campaign intent in them. Well there's
"lockyer" Discussed on Conversations
"And we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA move away and it was really a a moving moment for me because you know. They weren't young people. They were willing to walk away from everything that they had head. Just to get rid of the memory of that event that's powerful you know and when you really absorb that and think about it for me it drove me. It made me realize that we had to do this. We had to win in in the end and Come hell or high water we were GONNA do a sneak promised and you had. How many months dance to construct these betty community with the sewerage and the citrus trees in the parks and the houses? How many months well about six months did did you have any doubts in your mind? Jamie like we might be making a PROMESSI that we can't fulfill to be honest. Sara yes you know. This was something just to build an estate in that time without having to deal with Atlanta can take years can take years to plan and we had the added problem of dealing with a with a grieving community. Did I have doubts in my mind. I sure did Stephen Live in braised rarely realized why well. It's a really good question. Sarah I think part of it is. I was afraid that he might have doubts and part of it is. We were positive. If every day we'd wake up and we were going to tackle the day we were full of confidence we were full of bravado. No one would say we know to us. no-one said not everyone was terrified of saying no to us. Of course everyone's normally terrified of saying no to Steve on any normal occasion but if we started to show weakness if we started to show that there's a question mark in our own heads. The GIG was up. He needed to have builders trade eighties. We having to bring people in from Brisbane or even further afield I mean he. You must've needed a huge amount of manpower we did. It was a big job But we were really conscious early on that we wanted this community to be rebuilt by its own community all across loch evaluate struggling because people lost their livelihoods You know you talk about construction workers and in you know their machinery and washed down into the Brisbane River. You know so they needed help. So this wasn't just GonNa be about rebuilding a community for grant them this was about a whole process of rebuilding the Lockyer Valley so so we put as much local help into that community as we possibly could in every dollar we spent we wanted ninety nine of it going into the Lockyer Valley. Do you think that made a difference. To the way those builders took all newark absolutely absolutely and I remember the the road crew that built the roads and in the new state was actually the Lockyer Valley Regional Council and we made that decision because as we knew they could do the job and we wanted them out there they were proud to be out there and I remember seeing greater drivers out there bringing their families in putting their kids up upon their greater in in grant them and taking photos and at first I thought one of the odd. This is a weird photo. Shoot but then you realize they're proud. They're proud ought to be there. And many of these people lost their homes lost. Their belongings lost their friends. And this was there community that they were rebuilding their proud of that. What about Allen Payne? The quarry owner who you're describing played such a pivotal role in saving lives the night of the flood. What role did he and his company playing in rebuilding GRANTHAM? Yeah well we couldn't get rid of Alan coming back. He just knew how to help. You know he's one of those guys that He'll be embarrassed me talking about them like this. But he's one of those guys that just cares and We needed a lot of help in that new estate because we had to build a faster than than anybody and we had to do it without designs and without plans and we were pushing around April. We didn't know where that was going at that point so Alan came up we ran into a lot of rock in the state because it was up on the hill and it was a real difficult build so he brought his big corey machinery out out there that was built for cut rock and you know what would have taken us a week to do. He can do six hours. How was he with the paperwork that that comes along with the job like well? He was a lot like Stephen that regard you know. Bureaucracy and paperwork was not as saying so I remember him him often bringing in. He had to report every week on his progress and he'd hand in an empty folder but it was a brand new shiny new folder every week. And the the Jesuit. Nothing in it wasn't his his game and he would prefer to be on a piece of machinery himself and filling out reports.
"lockyer" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"Filmmaker artist, former mixed martial athlete, and Crater Baba's hours area fifty one and flying saucers and extraordinary beliefs brand. It's a lot my friend. With the thing now is you know I've done a few movies you know the patient seventeen is on that netflix hunt for the skin walker is out great thing with my mentor Journalism George Napa I just want to give him props. I am so lucky to have people in my life that guide me and the person that has guided me through all of the treachery and the insanity and the coolness to find the things that can hold onto it. All of this is George Mother fucking nap. Georgia he's an investigative reporter out of Los eggs that broke the fifty one story and he's been a guiding force. In my work as a filmmaker and journalist and I just WANNA. Make sure you understand that that's that's where I come from and that guy's got all your backs listening to this because he'd been breaking stories like it's nobody's business a hair stopping. So we're GONNA continue. It's GonNa get exciting in the next few years we're going to be living in a different world I. Hope. My name is Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbelli. Yes. Friends and enemies call me four name. Very cute. we are at a Tasha just through an art show for the fiftieth anniversary of actually the murder of Sharon tate and her unborn child. It changed the landscape of the the consciousness of the world and it turned people into this optimism of the summer. Love Nineteen, sixty, nine at two towards fear. This show is to honor the life and style of the icons icon of who Sharon tate was in her life because it's being hijacked by her death you know and I never mentioned the man the you know in my show because this is about somebody that in her death the only reason why I influenced the globe with fear it was because what she represented prior to her death, which was innocence love freedom. So in this show last night one night show it was three hundred, fifty piece large format art show at ten thousand negatives in Polaroid's I showed like fifteen pieces. Nevada. My eighty closest friends and art fans and a used to be an artist. I was an accidental artist. I was mistaken as a famous photographer and I Iran with it asked my mentor in Photography. which didn't have until asked him and turns out he was just like famous vogue photographer, Peter car patient is dialing. It's easy. You take a camera you pointed you pull the trigger he's an old press polaroid. You know he's like just just dialing you learn to use it. I'm like what the fuck took all these photos and then Sharon sister said you know she's crying a little bit seeing this said I can do something bigger for you. I can do an art show and that was ten years ago. So last night was the display. Of A very small portion of a bigger body of work called icon in my previous life as a fine artist, which again was accidental. I got mistaken as somebody who does our but you know I made some beautiful art showed it last night and it was great. But I guess the the big takeaway here is my entire life Osa mixed martial athlete I thought I would would forever bled martial arts like all I did I never thought I would do anything else and then I got an illness that ripped that away from me instantaneously..
"lockyer" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"I. This is crazy and I'm Marie and you're listening to pop repeats a show. We get into the nitty gritty around counterculture alternative culture and sink it up with what with pop culture. Yeah. Man I do. There you go. It's our first episode. Baseball it's happening. We're here. It's been a long worthwhile journey. Our kicking off all pop repeat with probably one of the best interviews we possibly a kick it off with yes Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbeau. forename. That's what they do is in there, I keep wanting to put a lion and his name, a lion like lion like I don't know why. But it's like I. for some reason every time you say your name, it takes me back to the show empire Oh and then I was like for some reason because they're all their Lucius Lyon and it was like, ooh, this versus really cool person and every time you say his name, I expect there to be Lion Cordell we should tell Jeremy that we'll know. Well now he will. If he doesn't know we know he didn't listen to the PODCAST. That's exactly. It's a test like we talked about with Michael put some lasers in related new. Right Allie Jeremy. Putting lasers in. Real five towns. So this is our first episode, Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Cabal, mazing I- Amazing Martial Artists Director Investigative Reporter. So many amazing things hog refer photographer ensuring person. Has a brand called extraordinary beliefs. So Jerry was just he you're right he was one of the best people we could start off. He was he was legitimately the first anniversary we we did. So we flew down to Los Angeles on this harebrained schemes go and do these interviews. Basically, it started because we wanted to interview George Trump Lewis and George was in l. a. and he's like I said brew not to invite us there and he's like come. So we went and as soon as we did the first person we were able to book was Jairus Cherbourg and he he was really gracious conversationalist. We learned a lot of really interesting things especially about Bob Lazar, who is the subject of his documentary on Netflix right. Baba Czar area fifty one and flying saucers such documentary. It is and the one thing about share that you don't get with a lot of documentaries is there's a really really creative element to it like it's visually beautiful when you open up the first scene you go. Oh, my God like that's the first thing I did I was like this is so up my alley so Well, we're going to roll into the into the trailer. and. I would go check it out. You know on Google and stuff you can just you can google it and see his trailer or go to.
"lockyer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For a year or so and what stood out with their feelings of well being and prove their feelings of wanting to live life they can feel a difference when they start to supplement with the proper level it should take about a month yeah hi let me let me get this special offer because of watching the clock Lockyer purity has put together fantastic offer you've got the vitamin D. at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day you've also ask them to combine it with their make a three fish oils and there's a reason for that I want to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better plus you're really excited about the fact that you talked them into a pretty good deal yeah when I approach that you know item in the needs again at the this special form of vitamin K. the expensive for vitamin K. two it needs the boron and I wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium and it needs think and we'll talk about why that's important but then I said it also needs visual there to work together synergistically and this is what I want you to do I want you to give away a bottle of molecularly distilled ultrapure official I want you to give it away for free and they kinda laughed and they said okay will do it then and they asked me why and I said because in a month most people will feel the difference and they'll come back for more you get a bottle of vitamin D. a month's supply of the complete Formula One you can't buy anywhere else end of month supply official we got to lose right right what do you have to lose and the reason the purity agreed to do this is because the executives are now themselves have been on this and they themselves know that you'll feel so much better after a month that you'll come back for more one thing I like about their old school they put their money where their mouth is there they do business the way companies used to do business here in this country there's so doggone confident in their product they know after you try it for a month you're gonna come back you're gonna become a repeat customer folks the offer we have.
"lockyer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Went to court I wrote my notes down on this when I went back at the number you have to go I I'm have to you know the plan talking about in the first half yeah and I doubt it I can't even build plenty of god the first down any side take a deep shot right there yeah and he was a double coverage they threw it way over his head right so that's right there three that were completely untouched well we'll have to go back to the apartment okay you sure you should bring your real books in my notes I can't wait to see so I took about three so now you're talking about five catches on seven catch will targets else still I'm not boasting of the two so I don't know that I can't think of marked up my head I have to but I'm always seeing you the fact that he had five catches on seven cats will targets and that sounds like a much better stop lying to me well I just you know it's just a bit that's of me I mean maybe maybe other people out there would say difference they'd be like oh no you know five one seven you got to be six of six like day Sean well I mean with over the last two games you have nine reception as on one twenty targets not but you don't you can't because the kids sit again his stop that yes out there right now I mean I just don't know what nobody played well the cans it again he dropped the ball on a couple of those those got it you got account Lockyer story behind guys used on older guys who throws you see are you suggesting that the drops the Cortland sudden had were behind cordon sudden I'd say he's saying that we could go back to the table look at these right on the money saying while court the drop pourtant had uncharacteristic drop okay freaking blizzard okay all right they however you want to count you look at just twenty I'd but but I'll I'll let it slide but my goodness you're losing me one about a bill I'm gonna let it slide five catches I'd seven get triple targets you're like you're about game four yards I mean you think that against that lied secondary that he did you know that I'll give you that that he'd had a but you know what this is the dispatch I think was to twelve fifteen yards it was a fifteen fifteen okay what we we we played earlier number fifteen the office wearing.
"lockyer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Everything yeah the the decks but if he's ever says drew Lockyer pause Lockyer does lock here yes I got a I got a number three Jersey custom made with lock your on the back all right then you're you can't you can't ever use it it's done that's it he he owns it now even if you came over the first I do because of the first I coined the term the piano key neckties I Alexis Bagley objecting crazy back me up here I just I hate the lock pines I hate them so much okay where does it for a week after he was drafted like that was it here's the thing we lock puns he's heard his entire life give the man a break no more lock pines and really the only person in the entire world uses lock puns pointing in would be this guy if you see it on your radio she's pointing right have been here's here's the thing I'm tell about about that alright when Emma to ask I like to take a joke intelligent and then tell it again to everybody else and they go back and tell to the original person and then when I made sure that that person is heard two or three times a told another ten so gets to the point where it's funny again because I told so bad jokes so many times Alexis and if your call here the Monday circle no joke the Monday after your lock helped his team to the big when twenty three twenty over the Chargers Benjamin Albright came in studio for Broncos beat said as many lock pines right off the top like first sentence of what go ahead remember what I said it was all sure we have the clips we have our club somewhere will play it back it was horrible we if you don't like it's almost like that that we did for rockers country did did for their tell twenty where I managed to squeeze every quarterback's name in in the one sentence mark my words the case here's you try to sneak Sanchez in there like a mark my words city I figured we speak Serbian in there but I I did squeeze every quarterback rest she is this is your target audience right here the of my internet works just the woman nine down as my own I use the one once down so much as a week locking up down like a Anthony I am coming through the radio in these non studio that say he's back at the Kaylee studios are gonna come through his work for okay is he's got control sound board doesn't matter what you say I turn it off I'm just gonna.
"lockyer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Lockyer on KQED FM San Francisco KQ we I. F. M. north highland Sacramento. from KQED public radio in San Francisco on Michael Krasny more than fifty years after the civil rights movement and the fair housing act northern California has become racially segregated in new ways that's according to urbanised planner geographer Alec Shafran even log communities of color continue to suffer the effects of decades old post war housing discrimination defectors have driven people of color out of cities into the further reaches of the bay area resulting in long commutes unstable finances and rising poverty we'll talk with chef and about his book the road to re segregation northern California and the failure of politics and how in there it was so much wealth and progressive politics has such great inequality that's next right after new. live from NPR news in Washington I'm lecture me saying more harrowing accounts about hurricane Dorian are emerging from the Bahamas we're an aerial view reveals miles of flooded wreckage that used to be people's homes businesses schools and hospitals tens of thousands of people and I have a co and grand mom are still cut off communication lines are still down in portions of those areas many rose still blocked the only way out is by helicopter aid agencies are trying to find a way to get assistance to those who need it celebrity chef Jose Andres who has a restaurant in Nassau Bahamas is joining the effort he in a team travel by helicopter last night to marsh harbour Abaco one of the hardest hit areas of the Bahamas I was able to deliver with my team probably a couple of thousands on which is I don't even know the count some fresh fruit some people that we were able to ready to give it to believe me there where you always in in.
"lockyer" Discussed on Think Again
"Lean subjective experience and the things most people can accept as objective facts there. Yawns a cavernous Gulf imagine you're on a stage in front of fifty thousand strangers trying to explain what it felt like to fall in love for the first time. There are many ways of going about it. But it sure ain't easy. The facts most of us agree upon things like gravity our own mortality global warming. They rest on reason evidence science clunky. And fussy, though, they sometimes are these are the best tools, we know of to test and replicate knowledge species wide. But what happens when someone claims that something's objectively true, but reason evidence and or science are insufficient to test it claims of huntings crypto zoological wonders or alien technology under US, military and key. This is the stuff of endless sub read. It's and secret societies of conspiracies and shadow wars between skeptics and believers where evidence is lacking or disputed things can get Hella heated. My guest today. Wants to weaponize your curiosity in the. Realms of these extraordinarily beliefs. He's Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Cordell. A mixed. Martial athlete of visual artists and investigative filmmaker. His new documentary is called Bob Lazar area. Fifty one and flying saucers, it raises some ghosts some hell and some very unsettling questions. Welcome to think again, Jeremy thanks for having me. Jason pleasure. So I I was thinking that I might be the ideal audience for this documentary his documentary. How you refer you call it investigative it is an investigative documentary. Meaning I was uncovering evidence that hadn't been available for thirty years. Right. So I feel like in some ways I might be the ideal audience for this because I'm very curious about very open to very interested in the borders beyond what we know. And I'm also perfectly willing to accept that. There are many things that seem uncanny and impossible or unlikely that art nonetheless true at the same time. I have a fairly overactive rash. Apparatus that wants to look at these things very closely, your attitude is precisely what I hope and require that an audience has, you know, you're an optimistic skeptic. You're saying this is wild stuff, which it is wild stuff. And we can't definitively prove all of it. But we can start to look at it from a different perspective. My mentor in journalism. His name is George Napa lead investigative reporter out of Las Vegas, Nevada. He broke the area. Fifty one store the Babas our story for twenty five years. He fought.
"lockyer" Discussed on Form Podcast
"Figured it anyway. Creepy dude. Turned out so. Awesome. I was told not to ask too much of insider talk to insider, but to this count, additional shots when you do cut ins like that or does that we kinda as one as one for the people who don't know this. There's like a set number of shots allowed to have for animation wise because every time you do like shot, it's like all new, like drawing things, and you have to do it within that limit. So these directors are always like struggling to tell a story and like, you know, they'd love to cut around more and stuff like that. You have to do it like spirit, especially. I've always wondered if they were cheating when they did. It's kind of cheating. But it's all on the same shot. Right. Right now, here's like, wait a minute. Don't nobody. Yeah, it's it's really tough because you know sometimes there's a lot of great moments that you guys right and like just kept dated all in. Right? So like he's just gotta keep what's important and like let go some of your favorite jokes, right, whatnot. So. I don't know if we've gotten to the blanket bit yet, but that is like one of my favorite of all time. That was a mate Chan joke pitch. She was like, hey, if he's going to be crazy, why does he have like a blanket? That's got be? Yeah, I think was like. Yeah, he has slop, has layers of his craziness in that he's got the whole OCD thing with the blanket that it's got to have right. And you know the puddle and everything, he can't walk down the hall, but then he also has these memories of the multiple realities somehow always kind of popping in and out. So are all the Slavs connected to Mickley. I don't know. I mean, I have a theory on that. I guess we wouldn't know his don't. We wouldn't be able to comprehend Steuna. Yeah. Yeah. That may or may not work out for you? Is there going to be episode crisis on infinite Slavs. Maybe now. Bigs law fans sloth started off as a tesla thing. I was like reading about famous scientists and I was like, boy, lot of them were crazy. Tesla would like kept pigeons go walk around as building three times before it come up and do things. And we just wrote him like straight like, oh, CD crazy, I. And then Lockyer Lauren gave us note that was like, he's not space crazy enough and we didn't know what that meant. Then ten was like, well, why don't you make them like Rick from that show, Rick and mortar. You love so much and you know, like we borrowed from that, please don't sue us. No, I think that borrow from plenty. Ripping off his show. It's ripping off a movie. Oh, man. So many layers? Yeah. Slava is such a great character and I love how just patient Chiro has to be to just be like, come on. We have to get out of here. This is a fun Shiro episode reason. He's always the guy who's usually the straight man super heroic and this time he's gotta deal with this crazy and carry it around. I mean, it's this is a fun for him. I really want a slob plush, like seen fans like those. Yeah. So I want. We're like a plush, she'd be and who wouldn't want that. Yeah. Squeezes hand. Oh yeah. Full of them today. Oy, I'm not even a marketing guy. It's been a while since we like made this episode. But there was a period where we were all doing. It's like a, what's his name in hot fuzz, the yard. Yeah. The hound you mean? Yes. The hound..
"lockyer" Discussed on High and Mighty
"A pimp cup told hot and cold liquid for lockyer keeps my lean cold for the whole day gets me through all my podcast interviews so you you have no intentions to spar oh yeah yeah we're right there yeah i was like yeah beautiful face decay hit dude you're i understand that i want to fight though right that's like the ultimate test right in your mind is like because that's yeah you only have to be around people kickboxing for so long before you go like i want to challenge myself but at the same time it's like unrealistic as we get older and especially in this career where it's like maybe i don't sorry i'm all over the place but did you ever see the i watched a documentary on an international flight about what's his name the apocalypse is cancelled the super honky black british dude address elba i dress elbow driss eat us well he trains in moi tie i didn't know that yeah and this is actually he decided that during some time off in between productions he wanted to fight in actual sanctioned moi typhi so he went to a tie fighting camp for like sixteen weeks it's a really awesome documentary because it's about fighting and everything he says sounds like no matter what he says i mean i i'll track it down and when when when i tweet this episode out i'll put a link to the movie are or what it's called or whatever i'll find it but i watched because it was one of those like it's clearly a foreign documentary 'cause i watched it on an international flight but it was so that's so cool maybe think of that of like maybe there is some day and he's fifty or late forties or so really fight someone that's so cool kendra went to think when was it like i think in december at real kendra smith she went to thailand and like right off the plane like right off the plane went to a kickboxing like trading center and it's like brutal for real because it's like there maybe oversimplifying it but in this analogy but like the americana of like the gritty hardcore tough neighborhood boxing gym like that is what it is in thailand but for kick for moyo tie they're like these are like tough kids don't have much else who get into the get into fighting is like a way out or as a way to make money and it's fucking it's intense it's intense and like the drills are no joke it's my heavy bag wrapped with a tire around and you are hit your shin kicking thing over and over again huge part of moy ties that shin conditioning by conditioning he means desensitizing right feel anything back in the day it was a headache filled with pebbles oh i believe it can you just a mad and even like there's like the rotund stick like you know like you'll they'll take pads to the to the shins over and over and over again because they you want it to not hurt when you kick get kicked in the shin or kick someone with your shit which is insane insane it's so and then on top of ladd like you're stretching so that to kick to really kick all riley do your like the famous maybe the famous stretching thing we're discussing is the.
"lockyer" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Well i you told us you believe i even sent you a link cyber bullying takes place in a little girl's bedroom tire film this oh yes near dark i know you made an attempt but it was halfhearted a serbian film another halfhearted described those movies as rocker lockyer's and treasure the sierra madre most recently how in the fuck do you not watch sierra madre since i wanna see that that's five films right okay what was the first one seduced and abandoned what's going on with her newborn oh or all the figuring things out the listeners could have to suffer through what i suffered through for the last five minutes off clean it up they're not gonna see brian we can just remove his track now oh day two okay what are you doing so you replace it isn't abandon i don't believe so anderson i'm looking at the mike mike call keeps very detailed list of all of our gambling two winners losers what we guest while we missed by who won what was assigned and seducing abandoned is not on the list you replace that with something else i don't know why sticking to the one the other one there's four other second second number two number two was what did i say i different lists all my phone of that when i mention susan manan and then second one was a girl in a room yes ira bully cyprus all right i don't want we could do this off air i didn't know you were gonna go into like keith mode on your laptop film was assigned and when twenty thirteen twenty fifteen fifteen i guess i guess what the little girl from game of thrones and she gets cyber leading it's fantastic oh it's so good buddy ranson that to me i don't know if you can find it out here well i apologize.
"lockyer" Discussed on Outliers
"The same thing applies only people relied moral from you vase borrow from you because you have lax lending standards are can you get better lending standards a great user interface and some leading that's the business to me but that very few in wait until there's a bubbling prado attack on nogo slowly look slim lane for instance to work who happen to have a the companies are trying to land komo's linda's of windows of some sort but again this integration problem because giving juicy mediarelated a big scaled the walls moore on the last phase is out in in this which is the fees we see the populist there was some sort of a lot of complaints were paying different forms of unavailable wave a wall at notable femur wall of shame per all the startups of that are doing automated ruble seventy oboe whatever enlisting on the names out there and we unfortunately had to pluck few off because they just going his fully folly they don't get the action and once direction they wanted the funding and they don't have any don't didn't bomb customers they'll much on this needed under resigning customer and i'm like this is great for me because us i guess to history's ski down now he can become my custodial ira with much work all bruised his garland took lockyer's company so it's the next generation that shot liberty but i need the i envision phone i think rana's square as big as it was in the us or abroad we probably a bus now primarily because the economy is kind of little slow down after the we've seen a beautiful last year they must feel anil ending but i don't think that lasts already seen backward lending cahnge massively weather so when they've been this terrible stored on for index discussion especially the guy is doing.
"lockyer" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"No doubt so my back and then they give you a bad deserted do we have to carry around bats to give to people when they say is they're lockyer's after the show fully anymore boston express lanes alternative that clock oh my god you go to the grocery store what did they say well by land swelled eta's aims and time okay so if it's up to fifteen let let me get this straight k let me do the math does that mean i can bringing him yes does that mean i can't bring in new well and you could religious breeze right through the y could i exist bring you yes are these real questions okay deal i'll bring in less than fifteen great that seems like when you can also bring in fifteen because it's fifteen or less all but i can't bring in sixty aimed no sure he probably could bring in sixteen i stink they'd night i feel like this is less of a new no no when you ask you here's how fees lie lil talkers close talkers talkers perceived site no watch seinfeld dip then sponge worthy social media your oh kind in a wide net he said here he's moved on twitter facebook instagram snower stores nor is done that that sounds good those nurseries overcome snore store snored before he got a right mean even though you always see three well i love matt i'm downloading that now why would with social media no i don't want to look at a picture of you're seeing and wits okay.
"lockyer" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"A surprising thing you show where let's go counter world dog day i love my staff giving involved with the world and dogs the will of dogs last year we to cover a puk this year we took over a street a like he stands up for the street sweepers in this city like a thorough world streetcleaning day where everybody comes to say thank you for sweeping up all the dogs it that was probably left on third i'm soum i'm glad i did not have to go to any earns around there because if i saw that third sri was closed down for world dog day and they're all that traffic that must have caused other than pissed off an pissed of as the traffic why was pisit nobody was holding up signs it said only save the cute once if that's pretty much with here for where cute dog's day yeah exactly no word ugly dog day we can't we let them die or i carry on carry on um brittany's uh there's like a little dog pageant that was hosted by this local west hollywood drag queen him really tre and i only mention that because when we went to the abbey with lien lock in a few months ago we had like a booth and really true was at a booth with a loophole drag race drag queens and i just remember really trove like saying they're like i am the queen of the app right now and i was like listen we have lien lockyer okay but you have to deal with respect that i said this on the podcast you i'll just like you guys think you're a cool we got lien lock this is a landmark in we have the queen's we are the queen's the adb you're right now i still like street by street vied so lalas running up to people she sank f you give me a buck australia my an and they're like what's that you know so they give her a dollar and she's like yeah i met my neck you see a bank statement see like runs away and then peter shows up one point in his eye herring.
"lockyer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Needed that play you turn to a michigan man to get the turnover on defense malcolm and that laura i needed that's my favorite at it or you can look at it the other way and that set what's that when the patriot needed all in a lie even after a great guy the guy who went to michigan lost the ball it is the credit for how you one woman you know and plus also here's how i look at a two i guess i guess it all works out on the calls on fourth down for you malcolm right yeah pretty much nearer bellevue road work so but a man and one last 140 we notice there were no touchdowns celebrations for or any celebrations at all in the super bowl did you guys have anything planned to just didn't come up what woes that because you guys were really good at that all year long europe at our fingertips worker who appear cooper looker or fear yeah uh we're it bill lockyer and uh i don't think it did was planet and accept the first well he malcolm like i told you really love the way that you handle conduct your business to uh go about it and when you're in los angeles again the the chair to my right on my desk is always open for you have a great time at the parade and will chat soon hopefully expert you got it again that's malcolm jenkins here on the rich eisen show zack urge still to come here on the program my name is easy schuster and i'm rich eisen words heating up once again in the studio with our new path not guests four these these schuster enrich hot.
"lockyer" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"What is it going to take for our world tube improved everything rises and falls on leadership if you don't know what you need to work on as a leader you know who does everybody hov wage and you'll greatest potential is straight through your greatest fear of you want your team to stay relevant lead your team into the unknown chen leaked pasuk is going to be with us we have forfeited the right to making taking responsibility for your leadership development so that you can be the best leader you can be welcome to the global leadership summit podcast where we provide fresh actionable and inspiring leadership content for leaders on the go thanks for joining us today visionary founder of the summit bill hybl s and chairman of willow creek candidate jeff lockyer we'll be talking about white space the strategic pause taken between activities before we had to their conversation let's take a listen to a clip from white space founder juliet front and but in the flow of hard days all of us now are getting less and less comfortable with the pause with the open moments of our life and our work that we allowed to remain unfilled and ready for what may come and this is because our schedules are overflowing in our minds are buzzing interconnection is constant and the paws it's becoming a memory and this loss this loss of time with no assignment is one that has really hefty costs to our lives in our minds and our businesses now what is white space white space is a strategic pause taken between activities.
"lockyer" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"That was a lucky shot you have seen lockyer chats yeah look at these very relax doing all of his showed leaning is hands on his nominee we have here whoo that win no no no no rockets chart that was like carly loyd in the world cupstyle farther i'm going to argue he meant to do that more more than the radio we saw before that at least the keepers not complaining he's like i find prejudging keeper blame everybody else you question if this was lot or as another one where we examine locker skill is a good way to do the show has more comfortable a pioneer of everyone's going to be doing this on television so much checkin looks professional you'll hit is dire ags and he used the poorest three you're like i was lucky and then like you still go in the next at curry goal way you give me a contract that goes skill that doesn't seem like that's happening by joe please can hit a shoe deal is more deserving alonzo ball let's look at that defender that that fence over this is where the head with the funds that are in the face amazing that was great i prefer were kids don't oh no honour no we don't really know better old nobody noticed one at all if he was he was in baseball they would say that's what you deserve for that equivalent to about flip play the game the wrong what are the right way kid who your question that was honest mistake by dave we haven't been given a lot of information here we go spin told the davis the driver here and that portends a great deal of fun here let's have fun with dave where's this cargo one.