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"martin andrew" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on WGN Radio

"W g n couple things I want to get to here we've got okay. So a growing list of state Democrats now who are calling a Madigan stepped down from his post. As speaker of the House, head of the party, the Illinois Democratic Party. The latest well, we've got that would nine Democrats in the Legislature but now you've also got Chicago City Council members asking for him to step aside in advance election. By the way, there are some members of the Progressive Caucus. You've got Matt Martin, Andrew Vasquez, Marry Maria Hayden single Loach as Lopez. Excuse me, Rodriguez Sanchez and Daniels Spota calling for him to step down as progressive leaders. We feel strongly our current circumstances require a change in leadership. That's what they're saying, and still have some Democrats using that if the Tribune calls of Thie F troop If if these things are proven to be true if he has done these things that are laid out in the com ed sort of indictment, If he is, doesn't if he knew about them or it was part of it, then then, if then he should step aside. And it feels as if that's a little bit of a dodgy. It's not a particularly AH, it's sort of a cowardly position in many ways, because it could be years before these air actually proven in federal quarter if it if it doesn't actually get to that point. But you know, I feel making also making the argument here. If even if you weren't involved all these past, sort of relieved leading to you, and it was all going on around you and so much of it, Wass how did you not even notice? And how did you not call it out and tried to AA doom or To Ah, achieve a better government. And so that conversation is going on. I want to get to Sergeant Pete in a minute, cause there's some things going on in police world here in Chicago, but But there's this thing. I just gotta mention this this loyalty program. For the airlines. The airlines houses for a travel loyalty program. Listen to this. The way it's Emirates is the name of their of airline. They're offering you a free funeral if infected with Cove Inn. So his airline, So if you fly, take a flight and get sick. Yeah, Here's the deal. Airlines are trying all sorts of things from leaving middle seats empty to requiring people were a mass health checks. The terminals, temperature checks that kind of thing. To instill confidence in passengers who may be leery of air travel amid the global pandemic. Will Emirates is now offering traveler's insurance that if one of its passengers is diagnosed with covert 19 during your journey The Dubai based airline will cover your medical expenses up to $176,000 pay you 120 bucks a day for quarantine costs, like staying in a hotel. And if the worst case thing happens, Emirates will offer you money for a funeral $2000. Automatic with your ticket. Well, that doesn't seem right there. They'll pay 150,000 for you to get better, but only 2000 to bear you. How much is the cost is? I don't know You wanted an elaborate funeral of the I don't know that 2000 open up the back door. Look, I just wonder this in this makes people feel like okay. Well, that means they're taking it very seriously because otherwise they wouldn't be paying out my payout in a big way or if it may shoot him, just thinking about a funeral as your boarding a flight or getting kind of information when you take it yourself. Of if that sort of drives you away. That could backfire a little bit. Ever heard of a loyalty program like this before, so they're trying. That is a big incentive, and that's going on. All right. I got Sergeant pizza calling here. Sergeant P Kokonas 38 years Chicago cop because we did have Well, well. We had something happening on Oak Street. You don't see all the time And there's a reason why it's news. He had three people shot in East Oak Street, the pricey shopping district there, and a man lost his life. 26 year old man, a rapper who was there. They said that there was some Sort of fight involving some of the people involved the week before that he was targeted. Police believe likely knew the people, but it just it just sort of rattles you when when you see, like something like this happened, and I just wanted to talk with you, Sergeant Pete. Weigh in here. About what? What you see going on there? Inks for Colin. Well, I see. And the airlines doesn't have to worry about because I don't like but on that wouldn't make you do it. That whole thing wouldn't wouldn't be enough for you $2000 when I diagnose. Thank you. Um, the thing now is you see down in the loop Michigan Avenue. You see it? The hotel. They only have Ah, uh, security. They don't have bellies. So these groups are gathering in front of the hotels downtown like Trump Tower and going in and out there wrenching rooms. There haven't parties and these hotels. A lot of them are just rent these rooms out because nobody's buying anything. This rapper he was they were there was a fight and there outside the store on 17 90 Stoke Um, the week before, and this guy came back, and, uh, somebody was waiting for him because they shot all three of them. One serious, one dead, the other one with minor wounds. So if you're not, you have a lot of police in the loop and you have a lot of police on Michigan Avenue. But you know, they can't be everywhere and they can't do everything and it's just With the lack of police being able, so make stops due to consent decrees in a cell you orders..

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"martin andrew" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I think it's fair then nobody's materialize yet. So we could make pick. I'm going to make one wanna make one I'm actually going to I'm going to say the Angelo wrestle because what I liked about his game one. And he's already an all star, obviously. But I think he's a max guy and what I liked about his game. One. Is he sucked in the first half and came out after halftime? It was really good which in a playoff game on the road counts for something. I also found maker, okay? This is I sent you this question earlier. So you'd be prepared VP from Menlo Park says. I looked at the number one picks overall from the past twenty five years Iverson, dunk, LeBron etc. Clearly exceeded expected by number one pick. He said Wiggins in bogut, all under the expected value. He wants to know what is the Mendoza line for number one picks. So. The Keith he thought it was like Dwight or Blake Griffin, which I disagree with those are probably says, basically, what is the cutoff landed determine if you're a successful number on overall pick or not. So Mendoza lands the wrong term. I think Mendoza line is to what he I think he wants like median value Ray like for here. So what is it in voor p- is value above replace some pro vote? Yeah. Value over so VAR is less popular. I thought I listed the twenty five guys. And I thought we'd pick a player, and it'd be like value over John wall or something like that. So I separated by tears like these are the last thirty years tier one is LeBron Duncan and shack tier twos. Iverson Howard Griffin see web, Anthony Davis kyri yet. Because I didn't have Eiriksson is a tier one so virus in. Yeah. Iverson's a whole nother confidentially the last thirty years or LeBron Dunkin and. Check Iverson Howard Griffin Weber. Davis kyri the third tier is a bigger one Elton brand. Yeah. Eljay Derrick Coleman Carl towns. Rose wall Glen Robinson who is completely. Underrated. Ben Simmons Kenyon. Martin Andrew bogut starts going downhill a little bit Deandra eight and Joe Smith who played forever and had a couple of good seasons. And was better than thought next here bogged Johnny Wiggins Perv cells in Kwami Brown. Michael candy last here. Greg Oden Markelle faults, Anthony Bennett, so. If you just do the halfway point of that. The fifteenth guy would be six nine. It would be Staerk rose. John wall Glen Robinson rage. I had Glen Robinson is my, you know, if you're if you do that, it's kind of what you wanna look above and below that. Right. Like, if you go let's go with Glen Robinson. Yeah. I Glenn Robbins when it called Vogler value above vaguer value over. Yeah. Yeah. Over Vogler Vogler value over Glen Robinson. So so they had Vogler right in Anthony, Ben it would be like minus five point zero voters. Oh, he'd be like minus seven point Vogler. But the Andrea eight right now is like minus one point two Vogler bumping up. It's early. It's I n c on that one. How much money? Do you think? Barn Yanni made in his career because I was looking at barn. Yati stats today. Oh, it was like forty million right? Double it. Eighty seventy five. He had a couple of twenty points season. So I know I liked barg Batty. I think I remember talking to from Oliver like a my nuts to think in the right situation. Got that sounds like that NBA support group now, but I maybe he should be the next guy for MBA worker Wiggins, I was the language barrier. I mean, Jesus is not easy for these guys. Have you know, they're making fun of them. Yeah. You're over here smoking darts on a moped whistling at all these traffic ops. I was surprised Wiggins was my seventh least favourite number one overall pick of the last thirty does. He goes Kyle quarter. You got Bennett you got Odin. You got barn. Yanni? No. I hadn't had Baghdad ahead of Wiggins. No. But I'm just I have Ellison crime all of Akande head of Wiggins..

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"martin andrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He's a category hanging out at the pork store in the sopranos. Well, actually, you know, he hangs out some pretty fancy places, you always see them in the luggage blue and the regency much longer move free months, and then who's gonna so what publishing house will give him the biggest advance. Do you think somebody's got to be floating? A big advance for the only problem. I Don I I don't know if he's still has a big deal common because he testified for those seven hours, and would if you were the publisher would you give them a deal? Now. You're ready told everything everything everything that, you know, and it didn't amount to a lot as far as I was concerned non as watching Rachel Maddow on. She said, this was bombshell precedent testimony. Was there anything you hadn't heard before one hundred times? Nothing nothing at all. No MSNBC. Well over on CNN. They seemed a little disappointed in Jeffrey Toobin their legal analyst there. He he had a hard time. Hiding his disappointment in what was coming forth. But no one person I never have to see again, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Oh my God. I thought we've seen the last right forgotten. She got elected to congress. Yeah. I like her though you like Debbie little weasel. Oh my gosh. I couldn't take care now. Alexandria, Casio Cortez. Didn't come up too badly. I thought Kirk questions were focused in pinpointed. She she was okay. May have been a good question. But it doesn't sound like the missing chipmunk from Alvin right out of Sesame Street. Yeah. I really do. She's like the Marxist muppet. So. Now, what is her character arc is she going to just be too much, and then the novelty wears off and she's gone. Well, I would like to see a kind of. I'd like to see a a reverse all About Eve in the sense. If if she's eve Harrington Nancy Pelosi is Margo Channing Bette Davis, and she's just going to let little act Acas, yo Cortez. Go only so far before she cuts her legs outright from teaches her a lesson about how power really works in DC. That's a good way to put it unless you're a millennial. Then they're all saying who's Margo Channing what they're saying. Who's Nancy Pelosi? Speaking of that. I'm watching the Oscars every year when they do the in memoriam, they always forget the biggest people they forgot Carol Channing. They forgot Carol Channing. She had an Oscar nomination for thoroughly modern Millie. They also left out Stanley Donen who. In the rain and one of my favorite movies charade. Great great movies of all time in on the morning show. I brought that up. No one I work with on the morning show had ever heard of charade or seen it. Can you believe that? Well, also indiscreet and yes, yes. And I think in the afternoon did he do in the afternoon what these were all great films. Singing in the rain, of course. Seven brides for seven brothers Donen with greatest writers, directors producers, whatever ever and also one of the great producers of movies some of the biggest movies of our lifetime Arnold cowpokes. Yes. And left him out. I believe sly Stallone was annoyed about that. Because I think he produced a one of Stallone's movies, maybe Rambo or something like that. And this thing. Yes. How does that happen? Well, I think sometimes in the case of Stanley Donen, you know, he died only a couple of days before the Oscars. Now, you'd think you'd be able to slip picture of. I mean, you've got forty eight hours to deal with his death, folks. And it is singing in the rain, which many people think is the greatest Hollywood musical of all time, New York, one got the picture and clip up on they only got two people working there. The hundred people. Two of them are interns. But the thing about Stanley Donen, I knew I knew he was a great guy. You know, his girlfriend is partner in life for a long time. Was Elaine may great lane may and he was a little bit older than a lane, and she gave them a medal that he always wore around his neck and on the reverse side of metal at said property of Elaine may some case here we've got lost people nowhere to send it back to you calling. It a metal. That's pretty much dog bites. Hey, we're talk. We're told me this before they can't tax your anymore the property taxes income tax in New York. They just know they can't raise it. So now, they're taxing you to move anywhere this congestion pricing tax when you get in a cab as soon as they throw the thing down. It's eight bucks. Unbelievable. I got into a cab to come to work the other morning, I opened the door and the leader said to six dollars. I didn't even put my foot in the cab. And I told them six bucks. And I got I said why what's going on here? I think something's wrong with your meter. And he said, no, no, no. Everybody's mad at me. They're all mad at me. A woman the other day refused to pay me because she thought I was gouging her. And the guy said, this is just the way it is. And across the bridge, twelve bucks. Right. And you're going to get on the subway that's going up in April. That's how's this going to affect everything. Well, you know what I am for. I am in favor of this. Because you know, it's gone crazy. The tourists swarming. The Brooklyn Bridge, you cannot get across that bridge. If you're a bike tax the tourist make them pay foot traffic across the Brooklyn Bridge because they are nuts. And they're taking pictures there in the bike lane. You're trying to get across on your bike. And they're standing around you how the Japanese people with their flags and their their masks on, you know, they don't wanna get sick. And then they're taking pictures in the middle of the bike lane. Well, let me explain to you people opposed to be riding a bike around here. This is a city. This is not a park somewhere. I the fastest way the fastest now the cheapest way Mark to get around the city is on a bike will not for long. I guarantee you that. Snack. I gonna tax that they're going to put a little thing on every bike and you'll get taxed. Wow. Or they'll have your phone your GPS. They will tax you for riding your bike around. My gosh. What about Broadway, though, this has got to be killing them that you'd agree that they were very much hurt by the time square becoming a pedestrian. Yes. They hate that. Because it ties up the traffic and people are so frustrated coming into the city now it already costs you seventy bucks to park right now, you've got to pay congestion pricing charges. You gotta pay on the bridges all this kind of stuff. People will think twice about coming into the city, and the majority of the people going to Broadway right now are not New Yorkers, but they're out of town and people live in the suburbs. If people don't get that, you know, you talked to somebody from Ohio. Wow. You must Broadway shows every night. And you have to explain them. That's just for you. People you verify that that the majority are tourists almost seventy percent are now out of tanners, and that's a total reversal. But it used to be in the seventies. When it was the bulk of the audience New Yorkers, but of course, the place where different back, then they were they were for New Yorkers. They were adults now. Now, these shows are for families from Iowa. Yeah. I mean, they used to be Glengarry Glen Ross. Now, you're watching the share show tourists. That's it. You got speaking of which what's coming abroad. What's going to be the biggest thing? Well tonight. I'm going to go see ain't too proud, which is the musical based on the temptations and it's supposed to be the next four seasons. I hear it's good got good reviews out of town. So I'm looking forward to it. Yeah. It's it's not a challenging show. But it's could be lighten entertaining fun to to forget the thing that made the four seasons. So big it wasn't just the music. It was like the sopranos and the museum opened right around the time the sopranos was at the height of its popularity. Oh, the temptations. It can't be that interesting. They weren't mob guys weren't now. But I think there's some drama in the little family the temptations that they do try to bring out now. Carol king musical beautiful that didn't have that mob connection, but still running it's very popular. And what else what like the rest of this year? It'll be the big very funny play very, very funny. Play just read a called, Gary and it stars to very funny actors. Nathan lane. And oh. What's her name? She was on SETV, very funny woman. She's to do the field, Lauren. Just lost our care. Andrew Martin Andrew Maher Nathan lane and Andrea Martin O that'd be big. That's okay. That's like something in London. That's big and it's gonna head here. And well, if you are partial to Shakespeare, okay? King Lear is about to open starring the great Glenda Jackson in the kingly role. Again, seventy percent tourists there from nebr- go into that one. I think they're looking for Glenda Jackson. I mentioned it on the morning show. I said, yeah. Glenda Jackson is going to open on Broadway in King Lear, and my co host lens had King Lear. Shakespeare, right. I said no Neil sign. Lands on top of everything. But I think if you came from Ohio and you're at the ticket booth there, and they said we do have King Lear now. Now, you gotta run you gotta run away. There is going to be an all female version of Glengarry Glen Ross what? Yes, that was just announced this morning that producers gotten the rights and the permission from David Mamat. Why do all film female version of Glengarry Glen Ross? Peter's episode of everybody loves Raymond with the girl scout den mother. Oh, yeah. She does the seat always be closing. And so that woman would be good in it. Yeah. That's one of the great movies of all time. A really very very good performance in that movie by Jack Lemmon as the older down and out guy. Try jelly Levine's rate. Shelly Levin, although the out Baldwin character always be closing. That was never in the play. That was added for the move added for the movie. That's right. You know, another good Mamat movie. This is one on older one too. But I saw over the weekend. I forgot how good it was. And how good the screenplay was on. I saw was by David Matt. Paul Newman in the verdict. That is a great great moving James Mason as the evil lawyer terrific stuff. I hate to say we're out of time as usual with Michael Riedel by redes- column. Friday tomorrow right post listen to him tomorrow. With Len Berman every morning here on seven ten W O R and thanks for coming in. And always a pleasure. Oh, good. Hey, check out the webpage. You saw this Michael Coney? He's a racist. Here's a woman African American Lynn patent. Great woman. She worked for Trump for years. She made a video watch this. This is the response to Michael Cohen. Nobody would give her any time you say, but it's up on the web page. Go to seven ten W O, R dot com slash Mark..

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"martin andrew" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS's sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning. Good morning. Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey. I'm back in may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even removing a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove a president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go along. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm this story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke, but Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this, or at least not the way McCain is describing it Andrew McCabe of like his former boss James Comey kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was fine. Fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. But the memos are the source of McCain's observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else did we learn from this account about the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCain sees as the bureau's independent mission, the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCain's view, Trump is not interested in the facts or the law, but in who is on his team. And who is not NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving for us. Thanks so much run. Thank you Rachel and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition. What is really happening with our taxes? The IRS has the average tax refunds so far. This year has been eight percent smaller than last year. And that is prompting outrage since President Trump's signature achievement was supposed to be a big tax cut. Well, it turns out your taxes may well be lower than they were in the past NPR's Danielle Chesler reports your taxes just don't seem lower right now. Because of the way the administration gave you the break in two thousand seventeen President Trump promised that his tax overhaul would benefit most Americans, and they would see the effects right away. Come February when they open their Jackson. They see. Wow. What happened to have a lot more money in here? I think that's really going to be something very special that did happen. People saw more money in their checks last year. That's because the government reduced the amount of taxes taken out of each paycheck also known as withholding. But now something else has happened as tax refunds are starting to come back from the IRA. They're smaller on average one hundred seventy dollars. Smaller and fewer people are getting them that is causing pain taxpayers have been airing their grievances on social media with hashtag GOP tax scam and hashtag GOP tax scam stories, Richard Thaler and Nobel prize winning behavioral economist says the Trump administration changed the withholding on purpose. I can only assume that it was done in an effort to show people money as soon as possible, and the misjudgement I think was in thinking that people would notice such a small difference paycheck by paycheck. Taylor says people don't notice an increase of ten or thirty dollars. But when they don't get a hefty refund. They're expecting and maybe even planning around. It's a big deal for many people the day. They get their tax refund is the one day of the year that they're actually financially solvent. Nicole kaeding director of fed. Darrelle projects at the tax foundation. Think tank says eighty percent of filers got a tax cut from the overhaul. Don't judge your taxes by your refund? That's only one part of the conversation at the same time kidding says five percent of filers saw their taxes go up. Most of those people are high earners who live in states with steep state and local taxes. However, some increase taxes have hit people of limited means like, Victoria, Pearl. Right. And her husband in Houston, Texas. I did my taxes and saw that we weren't getting a refund. I was so emotionally floor. I I had nothing, but like shock goatee my body last year, they got a refund of more than five thousand dollars right is nine months pregnant, she had planned to use their refund this year to cover expenses while she takes unpaid maternity leave from her job at a cafe she thinks their taxes spiral because they couldn't deduct business expenses and they earned. Slightly too much to get a tax credit for low income earners. Now, she's asked friends to donate to maternity fund. She set up on pay pal. My husband's help we're gonna have to like pick up. Lest additionally, we don't really know what we're going to do tax experts say if you think your tax Bill will be more than you can pay. You should still file your return on time pay what you can and see if you can arrange an installment plan with the IRS and Taylor. The economist has some advice for the government had asked my opinion. I would have told them don't touch the withholding tables rather give people the same tax refunds. They're used.

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"martin andrew" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on KCRW

"A mysterious disappearance threatens to expose deep secrets now. Playing select theaters it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS's sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning. Good morning. Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president pirate. FBI director James Comey back in may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even removing a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove a president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go along. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this a he has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm this story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke. But Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this, or at least not the way McCain was describing it Andrew McCabe, like his former boss James Komi kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was. Fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. But the memos are the source of McCain's observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else did we learn from this account about the the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission, the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCain's view, Trump is not interested in the facts or the law, but in who is on his team. And who is not NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving for us. Thanks so much run. Thank you Rachel and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition..

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"martin andrew" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS is sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning, Ronn. Good morning, Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey back in may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with. Sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even removing a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove a president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go along. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirmed this story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke. But Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this or at least not the way McCain is describing Andrew McCabe like his former boss James Comey kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was. Fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. The memos are the source of Maccabees observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else did we learn from this account about the the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCabe byu. Trump is not interested in the facts or the law, but in who is on his team. And who is not NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving for us. Thanks so much. Ron. Thank you Rachel and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition. What is really happening with our taxes? The IRS has the average tax refunds so far. This year has been eight percent smaller than last year. And that is prompting outrage since President Trump's signature achievement was supposed to be a big tax cut. Well, it turns out your taxes may well be lower than they were in the past NPR's Danielle Chesler reports your taxes just don't seem lower right now. Because of the way the administration gave you the break in two thousand seventeen President Trump promised that his tax overhaul would benefit most Americans, and they would see the effects right away. Come February when they opened their Jackson. They see. Wow. What happened to have a lot more money in here? I think that's really going to be something very special that did happen. People saw more money in their checks last year. That's because the government reduced the amount of taxes taken out of each paycheck also known as withholding. But now something else has happened as tax refunds are starting to come back from the IRA. There are smaller on average one hundred seventy dollars. Smaller and fewer people are getting them that is causing pain taxpayers have been airing their grievances and social media with hashtag GOP tax scam and hashtag GOP tax scam. Stories Richard Thaler, a Nobel prize winning behavioral economist says the Trump administration changed the withholding on purpose. I can only assume that it was done in an effort to show people money as soon as possible, and the misjudgement I think was in thinking that people would notice such a small difference paycheck by paycheck failure says people don't notice an increase of ten or thirty dollars. But when they don't get a hefty refund. They're expecting and maybe even planning around. It's a big deal for many people the day. They get their tax refund is the one day of the year that they're actually financially solvent. Nicole kaeding director of. Federal projects at the tax foundation. Think tank says eighty percent of filers got a tax cut from the overhaul. Don't judge your taxes by your refund? That's only one part of the conversation at the same time kidding says five percent of filers saw their taxes go up. Most of those people are high earners who live in states with steep state and local taxes. However, some increase taxes have hit people of limited means like, Victoria, Pearl. Right. And her husband in Houston, Texas. I did my taxes. And sauna we weren't getting a refund. I was so emotionally floored. I had nothing, but like shock goatee my body last year, they got a refund of more than five thousand dollars right is nine months pregnant, she had planned to use their refund this year to cover expenses while she takes unpaid maternity leave from her job at a cafe she thinks their taxes spiral because they couldn't deduct business expenses, and they earn slightly too much to get a tax credit for low income earners. Now, she's asked friends to donate to a maternity fund. She set up on pay pal. My husband's gonna have to like pick up list. Additionally, we don't really know what we're going to do tax experts say if you think your tax Bill will be more than you can pay. You should still file your return on time pay what you can and see if you can arrange an installment plan with the IRS and Taylor. The economist has some advice for the government, if they had asked my opinion, I would have told them don't touch. The withholding tables rather give people the same tax refunds. They're used to.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

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"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCain. Abbas talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS's sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning, Ron could mourning Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey back in may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even remove. A president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove a president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go alone in that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm the story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke. But Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this or at least not the way. Mccain is describing Andrew McCabe of like, his former boss James Komi kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. But the memos are the source of Maccabees observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else do we learn from this account about the the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission, the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCain's view, Trump is not interested in the facts or the law, but in who is on his team. And who is not NPR senior Washington editor run Elving for us. Thanks so much run. Thank you. Rachel, and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition..

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KCRW

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS's sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning, Ronn. Good morning, Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office and the book he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey back in. In may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even removing a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove a president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go along. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm this story, which I appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke, but Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this or at least knocked away. Mccain's describing it Andrew McCabe of like his for boss, James Komi, kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was fine. Fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. But the memos are the source of McCain's observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else did we learn from this account about the the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission, the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCabe view. Trump is not interested in facts of the law. But in who is on his team. And who is not NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving for us. Thanks so much run. Thank you Rachel and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition..

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KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS has sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning. Ronn could morning, Rachel. What exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey. I'm back in. In may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even removing a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go along. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm this story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke, but Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this or at least not the way McCain is describing Andrew McCabe of like his former boss James Comey kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was. Fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. But the memos are the source of McCague's observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and bully. What else do we learn from this account about the the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission, the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCain's view, Trump is not interested in the facts of the law, but in who is on his team..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is. Talking in his first public interview on the subject McCabe told CBS's sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning, Ronn. Good morning, Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey back in may of two thousand seventeen and in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even remove. Having a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove a president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go alone. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm this story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke, but Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this or at least not the way McCain was describing Andrew McCabe of like his former boss James Comey kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was fired. Are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos? But the memos are the source of McCain's observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else do we learn from this account about the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCain's view, Trump is not interested in the facts or the law, but in who is on his team, and who is not. NPR senior Washington editor run Elving for us. Thanks so much run. Thank you Rachel and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition. What is really happening with our taxes? The IRS has the average tax refunds so far. This year has been eight percent smaller than last year. And that is prompting outrage since President Trump's signature achievement was supposed to be a big tax cut. Well, it turns out your taxes may well be lower than they were in the past NPR's Daniele Chesler reports your taxes just don't seem lower right now. Because of the way the administration gave you the break in two thousand seventeen President Trump promised that his tax overhaul would benefit most Americans, and they would see the effects right away. Come February when they open their Jackson. They see. Wow. What happened to have a lot more money in here? I think that's really going to be something very special that did happen. People saw more money in their checks last year. That's because the government reduced the amount of taxes taken out of each paycheck also known as withholding. But now something else has happened as tax refunds are starting to come back from the IRA. There. They're smaller on average one hundred seventy dollars. Smaller and fewer people are getting them that is causing pain taxpayers have been airing their grievances and social media with hashtag GOP tax scam and hashtag GOP tax scam stories, Richard Thaler and Nobel prize winning behavioral economist says the Trump administration changed the withholding on purpose. I can only assume that it was done in an effort to show people money as soon as possible, and the misjudgement I think was in thinking that people would notice such a small difference paycheck by paycheck. Taylor says people don't notice an increase of ten or thirty dollars. But when they don't get hefty refund. They're expecting and maybe even planning around. It's a big deal for many people the day. They get their tax refund is the one day of the year that they're actually financially solvent. Nicole kaeding director of. Federal projects at the tax foundation. Think tank says eighty percent of filers got a tax cut from the overhaul. Don't judge your taxes by your refund? That's only one part of the conversation at the same time kidding says five percent of filer saw their taxes. Go up. Most of those people are high earners who live in states with steep state and local taxes. However, some increase taxes have hit people of limited means like, Victoria, Pearl. Right. And your husband in Houston, Texas, and I did my taxes. And saw that we weren't getting a refund. I was so emotionally floored. I I had nothing, but like shock goatee my body last year, they got a refund of more than five thousand dollars right is nine months pregnant, she had planned to use their refund this year to cover expenses while she takes unpaid maternity leave from her job at a cafe she thinks their taxes spiral because they couldn't deduct business expenses, and they earn slightly too much to get a tax credit for low income earners. Now, she's asked friends to donate to maternity fund. She set up on pay pal. My husband's gonna have to like pick up list. Additionally, we don't really know what we're going to do tax experts say if you think your tax Bill will be more than you can pay. You should still file your return on time pay what you can and see if you can range an installment plan with the IRS and Taylor. The economist has some advice for the government airplay hit asked my opinion. I would have told them don't touch. The withholding tables rather give people the same tax refunds. They're used to getting year after.

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"martin andrew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin Andrew McCabe used to be the deputy director of the FBI until he was fired by President Trump. Now almost a year later McCabe is talking in his first public interview on the subject the Cape told CBS's sixty minutes that he authorized investigations into President Trump, and he said the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, considered invoking the twenty fifth amendment to try to remove Trump from office. We'll be hearing from Andrew McCabe about his new book the threat on this program Monday. In the meantime, we have NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving with us. He reviewed the book for NPR. Good morning, Ronn. Good morning, Rachel what exactly did Andrew McCabe say about the discussions around using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office in the book, he talks about how top officials in the FBI and the Justice department were profoundly disturbed at the way that the president -pired FBI director James Comey back in may of twenty seven. And in that interview with sixty minutes. You mentioned McCain says they were so disturbed and so concerned about what the president might do next that they discussed the constitutional means for restraining or even removing a president and that led them to the twenty fifth amendment which has a section that's never been used. But which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove president. They see as no longer fit for office. If they can get two thirds of the house and Senate to go alone. In that same CBS interview, McCabe said that rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general at the time speculated about wearing a wire in meetings with the president has Rosenstein said anything about that confirmed. It anyone else responded to this. He has disputed that account. And in fact, McCabe is the only person to come out in public and confirm this story which first appeared in the New York Times in September. Last of the times report was based on unnamed sources, one of whom said Rosenstein might have been talking about wearing a wire in sarcasm or as a kind of grim joke, but Rosenstein, put out a statement back in September, which the Justice department reiterated yesterday saying he doesn't remember all this or at least not the way McCain is describing Andrew McCabe of like his former boss James Comey kept memo's a lot of memos of his interactions with White House officials, especially in the days after James Comey was. Fired are those memos in the book, the book is a narrative, it's not just a collection of notes or memos. But the memos are the source of McCain's observations and insights and judgments about President Trump whom he portrays at times as a liar and a bully. What else did we learn from this account about the overall tensions between the FBI and the president the fundamental tension is between what McCabe sees as the bureau's independent mission, the FBI's independent mission and Trump's understanding of that mission in McCain's view, Trump is not interested in the facts of the law, but in who is on his team. And who is not NPR senior Washington editor Ron Elving for us. Thanks so much run. Thank you Rachel and you can hear Steve's interview with Andrew McCabe on Mondays morning edition. What is really happening with our taxes? The IRS has the average tax refunds so far. This year has been eight percent smaller than last year. And that is prompting outrage since President Trump's signature achievement was supposed to be a big tax cut. Well, it turns out your taxes may well be lower than they were in the past NPR's Daniel Chesler reports your taxes just don't seem lower right now. Because of the way the administration gave you the break in two thousand seventeen President Trump promised that his tax overhaul would benefit most Americans, and they would see the effects right away. Come February when they opened their Jackson. They see. Wow. What happened to have a lot more money in here? I think that's really going to be something special that did happen. People saw more money in their checks last year. That's because the government reduced the amount of taxes taken out of each paycheck also known as withholding. But now something else has happened as tax refunds are starting to come back from the IRA. There are smaller on average one hundred seventy dollars. Smaller and fewer people are getting them that is causing pain taxpayers have been airing their grievances on social media with hashtag GOP tax scam and hashtag GOP tax scam. Stories Richard Thaler, a Nobel prize winning behavioral economist says the Trump administration changed the withholding on purpose. I can only assume that it was done in an effort to show people money as soon as possible, and the misjudgement I think was in thinking that people would know this such a small difference paycheck by paycheck failure says people don't notice an increase of ten or thirty dollars. But when they don't get a hefty refund. They're expecting and maybe even planning around. It's a big deal for many people the day. They get their tax refund is the one day of the year that they're actually financially solvent. Nicole kaeding director of. Federal projects at the tax foundation. Think tank says eighty percent of filers got a tax cut from the overhaul. Don't judge your taxes by your refund? That's only one part of the conversation at the same time kidding says five percent of filers saw their taxes go up. Most of those people are high earners who live in states with steep state and local taxes, however, some increased taxes have hit people of limited means like, Victoria, Pearl. Right. And her husband in Houston, Texas. I did my taxes and saw that we weren't getting a refund. I was so emotionally floored. I had nothing, but like shock goatee my body last year, they got a refund of more than five thousand dollars right is nine months pregnant, she had planned to use their refund this year to cover expenses while she takes unpaid maternity leave from her job at a cafe she thinks their taxes spiral because they couldn't deduct business expenses, and they earn. Earn slightly too much to get a tax credit for low income earners. Now, she's asked friends to donate to a maternity fund. She set up on pay pal. My husband's probably we're gonna have to like pick up list. Additionally, we don't really know what we're going to do tax experts say if you think your tax Bill will be more than you can pay. You should still file your return on time pay what you can and see if you.

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Hard Factor

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Home. He's preying on children. He because he's looking at children is a gay kids. It's a horse and the dad's like, fuck, fuck, fuck, don't look at the Amish. Man. Don't look at the man just five dollars. I thought you were making a joke, but you're just saying he's a good businessman. Yeah, I'm saying, yeah, no adult man wants to run that fucker and talk to this Amish bastard. No. Common. I found Martin Andrew says Amish, what a scam. It's just the courage. It's the same as any other care. It's a fucking carriage, ride sums it way up. Yeah, so that's it. That's it. All right. Well, that sums up the top stories for the day. Some of the ones we didn't get to the Houston manhunt. We reported on Thursday ended with the suspect committing suicide on Friday. Yeah. Well, man, nuts over. So manhood Canadian model. Zombie boy died from falling off his balcony what was either suicide or an accident. There's a lot of back and forth on that on the internet. I wonder if there were any drugs involved. Yeah, probably so checkout. Zombie boys TAT's the California fires in the Mendocino complex. Now, the fifth biggest state history. So if you're in the area, try to find out ways you can help or you can donate online. Just keep her as we said stuff out there and you have to twenty-seven was on Saturday. TJ dillashaw destroyed Cody Garbrandt in the main event and then mighty mouse Dimitrius Johnson finally, losses, six-year fly flyweight, flyweight belt to US Olympic gold medalist. Henry pseudo and there were pretty good fights. But I mean, they gotta get rid of some of these like super lightweight classes, those two guys combined way less than Brock. Lester. Yeah, exactly. It's like. To too many qual one Brock. Yeah. All right. That's it. We'll talk to you tomorrow..

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This Week in Geek

13:02 min | 3 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on This Week in Geek

"I mean <hes> I'll tell Joe so we can do. It's awesome dart announcing I would I'd say within a year at the very latest six months. We'll probably see the first announcement of something what is D- twenty-three it'll be next summer. <hes> that's when we're going to get my guess is they won't announce anything until after <UNK> AW adult life for vendors for that which would be twenty-three happens probably would but I would not be surprised if we didn't get some kind of Africa thing that showed either expert or Fantas for although they're gonNa have to recast everything everything unable to fold in the existing X. men like I don't think they want to rebuild all the movies. The movies might be pulled the one new museum and the new X. Men and they said that they've they've tracked so poorly that there's actually rumors at Disney is GonNa pull up like there. They were completed really but there they there's shoots yeah. They were tested them. There are a lot of restraints because they tested so low and they're saying that like to fix the expen- Wan to fix the Dark Phoenix movie it would base the cost what it would to make a new one it does he's GonNa double down their money and it to get something that doesn't fit in the continuity of what they're going to build so they're gonNa Bring Ron Howard and do it. Yes yes. I feel bad for him because he's what he did was really pretty good. I thought Han Solo but don't it all started a little rate. I enjoyed the heck out of it. A little hated it. Sorry oil ahead to it. was there so terrible. I'm going to watch it. I can't wait to see it better. No it's no way then it's really all that's the case the ice each there's star wars to touch on the casting news yeah. That's what what is this the news everybody's back. Everybody's back including Carrie Fisher they went back and found apparently a lot of footage of her from the force awakens that was <hes> reshot that they agree shots <hes> and they had used all of it <hes> apparently they'd use Ryan Johnson had said they use almost all her stuff for the last Jedi so they didn't have anything there but <hes> Abrahams went back and found I guess a bunch of stuff in you know in into cans that didn't get used of her and they're able to use that iota least give her some working to do it. So why are they doing. No they're not gonNA. They're not going to recast or you C._G.. Right this is actual shot footage edge that they did for the force awakens it just didn't get used and they're able to repurpose that in some way to <hes> you know at least give her something to say. In the last movie that'd be like that Bela Lugosi one where he died during production and and they use the different actor who just came in when covered his face princely ever face would down by Edward is one of the directed it. You're rude is about the director Ed Wood. Okay Rush. Edward was a real director and he made a movie. I can't remember the name of the one where Bill Lugosi died but he's the one that may nine from outer space yeah and an Bela Lugosi during the filming it might even be of that that one and they and rather like already too deep into this thing he just got another actor who is taller and didn't look anything like him and he made him come in and put his arm over his face so you just see his is like like Lagosians Dracula and that was in well. It won't be worried about quality so they will I mean I think it's bizarre that they're going to repurpose footage from at that point like a movie almost five years prior. They'll tell you don't make her look like she did. In the last film is going to be bizarre in like a great as they took the perkins dying scene and put her face on it and that would be perfect guide Jeez. Don't don't don't speak ill with my father. I won't some credit. Let's bring back a little. Are you going to eat that can't wait can't wait till they reach out to me and they need appointment for Gins in August I wanna be there could be poor. Kids go to film school to make it a pork in story with Darth vader's voice come on you can be Perkins. Junior like Karl Junior sure Carl's junior not to open a much of Fast Food Galaxy Corkran's dude fried chicken and something be awesome awesome fried poured myself will not be happy. Give me by FRAPP Work Porgy special the only thing they do have chewy despite the head off a one that would have been perfect here. They are chewy yeah so so anyways other some of the other names coming back. Are you know the main ones as you Aladdin driver dump Ega. Oscar Isaac located young O'Donnell's Kelly Marie Tran so you're gonNA bring a rose to everyone of one name jumped out Richard E. Grant Grant. who was the doctor twice he was in cursive the fatal death he did the voice for the animated doctor who special called <hes> scream the Chaaka he was the ninth doctor after in the Wilderness this year's between the mcgann movie and then the reboot so they did an animated film Richard E. Grant played the doctor in that that <hes> of course supplanted by Chris Eccleston but <hes> the via they stole Oh liberal or the liberal <unk>? She's making him and say they B._B._C.. Get I'm sorry you know there's a ton of doctor who people in Star Wars. Oh yeah they're all British actor so they have lost. A costume is from Baku right. I remember that Yeah One of the space outfit space you are. They still use it to this day a Celtics of our to this day in David tennant episode. They use it so a while yeah yeah that's goal B._B._C.. Yeah that'd be pretty good Scott the juicy that they did a London comecon and this is the first or second COMECON that I'm Christopher Eccleston has done is the doctor because yes and so they have pictures of him meeting Matt Smith in hugging like talking I did he show up in London. They're both of this kamikaze at it was a huge into the water in London. It's one in London and they got daily. Company is was this last week. That's thank apology and Christopher Eccleston all their why they said that Matt Smith Christopher Eccleston Net and then it was also the first time that capacity and ECCLESTON had met sense capacity had been <hes> the doctor and they said they didn't see him in tenant meat but I think tenant Nicholson of worked out projects before so sense so yeah. It's the video like people like shooting you know with their iphone getting quick of them hugging just passing by and everybody freaking out about it you know it. It's really nice to see Christopher Eccleston. I'm surprised to assert it. Chris Bowden like jump on a plane I I would have been there. I WanNa meet Eccleston for that reason so I'd like to meet Davidson if he ever shows up again then we're watching the leftovers right now. eggleston's is in that. Have you seen right. He's great. Oh my God is he couldn't show real. That's aw so good. It's so bizarre but what a great show the me. They're all really good but the girl who plays life the the second wife not not <hes> yeah go to good in it so yeah Norris Outstanding Yeah Great Show really interesting weird though my guy so bizarre reading a book. It's like crack it stays. I've been binging this week on and nowhere I sort of binging those D._C.. Animated Movies Really I gotTa Say I'm actually really enjoying these early ones good. I watched the superman good time name. I wasn't sure how is going to react and then I just watched. Dum Dum was pretty good. Flashpoint was pretty awesome so yeah. I'm enjoying these. Did you hope it was brandon. Roth that got killed a superman. Poor Brandon Roth he wasn't now wait was and now he's knowledge tomorrow. He's the atom yeah I'll really wow yeah yeah. I like him on their like. I like everything. What the Hell what the hell so? Anyone else got anything else. I'm ready to call it a quit for tonight. I'm tired of cool if you want to mix magic with your D._N._d.. Here is there is plain shift domino area so a couple of years ago wizards of the coast. They started doing a little booklets sitting usually just download P._f.. D- <hes> the latest magic set and they'll put some of the stats and things for playing with the indy characters go ahead so they say it's not an official D._e._A.. Expansion or anything but if you WANNA do that out it'll give you like a ole out of some decree users in the land and stuff and they've been it. It'll Gillette Cube. I have the beholder bail quite close yeah so you know what other lawyers right. You can't use a beholder cassettes. Let's trademarked by Wasi well. They don't both yeah. We'll thing bumping outside of wizards coast. You can't have Iliad or the holders or something else because they own the rights to those those names yeah anything like that. They've made it's not a classic fantasy trope then yeah you can't use this Kennel Bugbear knoll but they can own every dollar stuff which is fine yeah. That's cool yeah all right Scott. He got his magic in all right I'm done. I thought this was a cool. I enjoyed it and I got into a little so he's GonNa pout right oil. Hey watching the cubs loose so I know you they can we announce that Deutschland is coming back eighty six. Yes eighty-three eighty three. was I eighty three yeah. I'm excited I will be back Hoffy trust towards yeah. We'll put it on the eighties reboot feed. We still have that. Is that a band. No IT'S A it's a German an T._v.. Show about the <hes> the wall in Berlin. It's it's really really good yeah. I had a blast doing that show yeah. Have you seen atomic blonde Scott. I know that's a great question. No okay now now now we. We've been looking up on rob. You've been what barbed wire on d._v._D.. Now so roy fifty years old what did I recommend Shits Creek. Oh it's so good it is it is really fine it a little uneven at time that goes up and down but plenty good it. It's really fun too much. It's Eugene Levy and Catherine Turn O'hare I play the parents and Eugene Levy Son Plays David he actually is the like writer on it and it's hilarious and he is the best character yeah to Joe Joe Flaherty make a appearance night. Yes no not yet but what's her name did. I can't think of her name. Martin Andrea Martin Andrew Martin.

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"martin andrew" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"Yeah absolutely so i guess the main idea here is whatever you're spending in the month unless you are in a very small percentage of people it's probably more than you need to be spending to be happy and it's probably a lot of it is almost unconscious spending such as buying chicken with the intention to make dinner and then going out to eat that's exactly example of unconsciously spending so look at the areas in your life thank you for that the same thing to trust me you're not the only one and it's definitely something that i need to look into you know be more diligent about and this is a good reminder so thank you share all right well if you guys want to find the show notes for this episode along with any other episode we've ever courted you can find them over at listen moneymatters dot com slash show or you can find our favorite tools and absent books and resources at listen moneymatters dot com slash toolbox i'm not sure why said or it's not like it's a choice you could do both those who want to be could only do one but that'll be kind of shooting ourselves in the foot so we're not going to do that and lastly as always you can email us your questions about personal finance about income about budgeting methods how to get rid of debt kind of stuff we are listened matters at gmailcom also send us your catchphrases for the beginning of the episodes there so if you have a dumb song what martin to sing not martin andrew i'm getting few podcast today i've done four podcast today my brain is mush damn.

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"martin andrew" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Racing network has a wait for you to reach out an expression went on to hennion was on nascar it's the amari and before um frontline sunday paris what are called and for that or ask him are in like question comment drivers him are in the personality eight four four more past him are inning number extending porn on the hotline you're going action of the sport of ask our this is nascar lie now back to like badly welcome back to nascar live with the nascar a hall of famer work martin andrew in iowa you are up and ready to talk to mark hello well i'm awesome on the houston interview well you never considered coming back and but not that to be in andrew thank you for good tapia and thank you put a quick shouldn't i will say i won't rule that out but as of right now you know i don't feel like i'm a natural i don't feel kercheval in in a to take your role it would require the correct role for me that i was comfortable ian i'm not interested and a i'm the video ricardo gotta work and i'm not interested in a job and what if it's something that's really really fun and for me trying to be in the and be a broadcaster would be hard work because i'm not a natural at it douglas in arizona welcome the nascar live your all of mark martin hey marking no way that they get lit fake gear rate being career the big it but the biggest at stake elaborate career was i did not immerse myself enough to nascar rating before um made my first it in and it home i had never been in overrides of a nascar race when i showed up for my first nascar race with the first car and i qualified it and it look like it was going to be pretty easy in the third star i qualified on the polls enough for start after in the third and in the fifth start.

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"martin andrew" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Racing network has a wait for you to reach out an expression went on to hennion was on nascar it's the amari and before um frontline sunday paris what are called and for that worked ask him are in like question comment drivers him are in the personality eight four four more past him are inning number extending porn on the hotline you're going action of the sport of ask our this is nascar lie now back to like badly welcome back to nascar live with the nascar a hall of famer work martin andrew in iowa you are up and ready to talk to mark hello well i'm awesome on the houston interview well you never considered coming back and after but not that to be in andrew thank you for good tapia and thank you put a quick shouldn't i will say i won't rule that out but as of right now you know i don't feel like i'm a natural i don't feel comfortable in in a to take your role it would require the correct role for me that i would comfortable in i'm not interested and a i'm the video ricardo gotta work and i'm not interested in a job and what if it's something that's really really fun in for me trying to be in the and be a broadcaster would be hard work because i'm not a natural at it douglas in arizona welcome the nascar live your all of mark martin hey marking no way that they get lit fake gear rate being career the big it eight but the biggest at stake elaborate career was i did not immerse myself enough to nascar rating before um made my first it in and it i have never been in the ride of a nascar race when i showed up for my first nascar race with the first car and i qualified it and it look like it was going to be pretty easy in the third star i qualified on the polls enough for start after in the third and in the fifth start.

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"martin andrew" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"martin andrew" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Racing network has a wait for you to reach out an expression went on to hennion was on nascar it's the amari and before um frontline sunday paris what are called and for that or ask him are in like question comment drivers him are in the personality eight four four more past him are inning number extending porn on the hotline you're going action of the sport of ask our this is nascar lie now back to like badly welcome back to nascar live with the nascar a hall of famer work martin andrew in iowa you are up and ready to talk to mark hello well i'm on the on the houston interview well you never considered coming back and but not the draw to be in andrew thank you for good tapia and thank you put a quick shouldn't i will say i won't rule that out but as of right now you know i don't feel like i'm a natural i don't feel comfortable in in a to take your role it would require the correct role for me that i was comfortable ian i'm not interested and a i'm the video ricardo gotta work and i'm not interested in a job and what if it's something that's really really fun and for me trying to be in the and be a broadcaster would be hard work because i'm not a natural at it douglas in arizona welcome the nascar live your all of mark martin hey marking no way that they get lit fake gear raping career the big it but the biggest at stake elaborate career was i did not immerse myself enough to nascar rating before um made my first it in and it i have never been in overrides of a nascar right when i showed up for my first now are race with the first car and i qualified it and it look like it was going to be pretty easy in the third starts i qualified on the polls enough for start after in the third and in the fifth start.

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