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Fresh update on "meadows" discussed on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me
"Quote. There was ketchup dripping down the wall. That was someone telling us what happened when Donald Trump got so mad he threw his lunch at the wall. It was an account we heard at a surprise hearing of this week called by whom. The January 6th committee. Exactly right. The January 6th committee. Yay. On Tuesday, the committee held a surprise hearing with one Cassidy Hutchinson, a key aide to Mark Meadows. She was a central player in the Trump White House, but nobody else knew who she was until she testified on national TV at which point the Trump White House said they didn't know who she was. Perhaps the most memorable moment of the remarkable hearing was learning Donald Trump got so mad when he found out his attorney general wouldn't support his big lie about the election that he threw his lunch angrily against the wall, leaving ketchup, smeared on the walls of The White House. While shocking to many, insiders found it surprisingly civilized moment from Trump. Usually he would just wipe his discarded lunch on Lindsey Graham. I think the bigger surprise is that he threw a hamburger. Yeah. Well, you do know Alonso. You know, 5 minutes later, he sort of stumbled back in, picked out the food, it meant that shards of China and 80s. It wasn't going to let that go to waste. There was probably this probably a White House aide whose job it was which is to keep another hamburger ready to go. When Trump's in a meeting, they actually keep a second hamburger at a separate location as a Designated Survivor. The official lunch. You know, the more and more details of his behavior, I put my parenting hat on and I was just like, this is just a little baby man who needs boundaries. Right? You know, you have to tell him, I know you want to drive the big SUV, but you got to sit in the presidency. Yeah. And you know, I know you're so upset. That's what happens when you don't buckle him into the car seat. Exactly. So
Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone
"I saw this on see this on breitbart Cassidy Hutchinson. The former White House aide who was the just 6 committee star witness during a surprise hearing held on Tuesday reportedly fabricated pieces of her testimony about conversations she had with former White House counsel, pat sip alone. You don't say. During her testimony, hutchison claimed that cipollone told her to tell her boss, chief of staff Mark Meadows that former president Donald Trump should not go to the capitol on January 6th. Hutchison testified the cipal owner cipollone. Said, quote, we're going to get charged with every crime imaginable close quote if Trump went to the capitol. The committee's vice chair representative Liz Cheney doubled down on her cause to get sip alone to testify before the committee do to Hutchinson's testimony. Quote, as we heard yesterday, White House counsel pat sip alone had significant concerns regarding Trump's January 6th activities, Cheney tweeted on Wednesday. And she continued, it's time for mister sip Bologna. I'm gonna say cipollone. It just flows better to testify on the record. Any concerns he has about the institutional interests of his prior office are outweighed by the need for his testimony. However, sit below has cipollone has reportedly was reportedly not at The White House on the morning of January 6th. This according to human events senior editor, Jack putt Soviet, multiple sources, including one who was at The White House on January 6th, tell me sip Bologna was not there in the a.m. when hutchison testified that she spoke with
Fresh update on "meadows" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday
"From WNYC in New York, this is on the media. I'm Brooke gladstone. This week, the January 6th committee changed up its schedule, and as the kids say, a new episode just dropped. A sudden announcement of a hearing later on today set to share what it says is recently obtained evidence. It did not disappoint among the details we learned that president Trump shrugged off concerns that many in the crowd he was propelling to the capital where armed. I was in the vicinity of a conversation where I overheard the president say something to the effect of. I don't, I think that they have weapons, let my people in, they can march to the capitol from here, let the people in take that thing back away. That's Cassidy Hutchinson, former aide to Trump's then chief of staff Mark Meadows, and this week's surprise witness. As she told it, when the crowd chanted, hang Mike Pence, Meadows told her that Trump said he didn't think there was anything wrong with that. In fact, he longed to lead the gun packing crowd to the capitol himself even lunging for the wheel allegedly to get himself there. And as this week's hearing built on the foundations laid by earlier ones, it grew even clearer that the president had long been in the process of stage managing a real coup that would pull in enough viewers to guarantee him a second season. But the management of the select committees investigation. The rolling revelations made for sharing sound bites the prime time scheduling is just as remarkable because never at least in my lifetime has a congressional committee ever used the available media with such savvy. And I watched the Watergate hearings and tapes of the army McCarthy hearings the year before I was born
Washington Examiner Editorial: Trump Proven Unfit for Power Again
"Washington examiner obviously has some new executives And I'm not fond of these unsigned editorials These corporate editorials But here's the editorial that was put out a 1201 a.m. Trump proven unfit for power again Former White House say Cassidy hutchison's Tuesday testimony But a ring the death now for former president Donald Trump's political career Trump is unfit to be anywhere near power ever again This is what we get out of conservative newspaper Hutchison's resume alone should establish her credibility so again without any challenge she's credible Why wouldn't she be The 25 year old had already worked at the highest levels of conservative Republican politics Including in the offices of senator Ted Cruz and House minority whip Steve scalise Before becoming a top aide for former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows So far none of this has anything to do with anything
Fresh update on "meadows" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday
"Live from NPR news, I'm Joel Snyder, the House select committee investigating the January 6th since erection will resume hearings later this month. It appears Windsor Johnson reports on the chairman's appeal for information after the panel heard testimony from a top aide to former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows. Cassidy Hutchinson provided graphic details about then president Donald Trump's state of mind on the day of the attack. At the conclusion of her testimony, committee chairman Benny Thompson encouraged more witnesses to come forward. If you've heard this testimony today, and suddenly you remember things you couldn't previously recall, I do was remain open. The committee has issued a subpoena to former White House counsel pat cipollone to testify. Lawmakers on the panel have said that cipollone repeatedly raised legal and other concerns about Trump's activities on January 6th, and
Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony About Trump
"When you return to The White House in the motorcade after the president's speech where did you go When I returned to The White House I walked upstairs towards chief of staff's office and I noticed mister Renato lingering outside of the office Once we had made eye contact he quickly waved me to go into his office which was dressed across the hall for mine When I went in he shot the door and I noticed I want you to listen to the explicit detail To the explicit detail Mister annatto is a Secret Service agent at The White House Famous Anthony Tony He saw her and he waved her into his office A junior Stanford Go ahead Mister Trump's security detail sitting in a chair looking somewhat discombobulated and a little lost There's a Secret Service agent on the president's detail looking discombobulated and a little lost So who better to call in than miss hutchison Go ahead Did you hear what happened in the beast I said no Tony I just got back What happened Tony proceeded to tell me that when the president got in the beast he was under the impression from mister Meadows that the off the record movement to the capitol was still possible and likely to happen but that Bobby had more information So once the president had gotten into the vehicle with Bobby he thought that they were going up to the capitol and when Bobby had relayed to him or not you don't have the assets to do it It's not secure So the president the president gets into the beast his vehicle And he still thinks he can go to the capitol But he's told by the agent there Bobby No you can't I find this perplexing don't you mister producer Why would the president get into a vehicle thinking he can go to the capitol but he can't So what did they do Go to McDonald's
What Was Liz Cheney's Point of Showing Fox Anchors' Texts?
"She shows a bunch of texts from Fox News personalities and Don Junior condemning some of the violence that happened on January 6th I'm not really clear what Liz Cheney's point was here other than to try to embarrass people at Fox News She doesn't like Check this out This is a text message at two 32 from Laura Ingraham Hey Mark the president needs to tell people in the capitol to go home In the next message this is hurting all of us And then he's destroying his legacy and playing into every stereotype We lose all credibility against the BLM antifa crowd if things go south The president's son Don Junior also urgently contacted Mark Meadows At two 53 he wrote he's got to condemn this shit ASAP The capitol police tweet is not enough As you will see these are just two of the numerous examples of Trump supporters and allies urging the president to tell his supporters to leave the capitol
A Deeper Look at Cassidy Hutchinson's 'Bombshell' Testimony
"The latest witness call by the January 6th committee was Cassidy Hutchinson and aid or former aide to Mark Meadows, who was the chief of staff under Trump. And Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony was immediately hailed by the media. And in fact, even by some on the right, I mean, I'm thinking of Andy McCarthy at national review, very compelling Brett bear, of course, yes, he was completely convinced completely on board. Crushing testimony and so on in the media, of course, was hailing this. She's sort of the latest savior. On the supposedly with the Republican tag. This was part of the game. You bring in people who are nominally Republican, you say, look, even a Republican says. And she put out a whole bunch of stuff. I mean, a good bit of it was just hearsay things that she had heard of things that she had been told. But it was sufficiently salacious, sufficiently bombshell ish that the media glommed right onto them, specifically two things. One is it supposedly at one point Trump got so upset, upset when Barr told him that he had lost the election that he flung his food, presumably a hamburger, Trump's favorite, up against the wall, leaving some ketchup on the wall and Cassidy Hutchinson, I had to clean it up. Now, when I first heard this, I literally chuckled because first of all, it's hard for me to see Trump doing that, but you know what, to be honest, if an election was stolen from me under my nose, I would be a little irate. I don't think I'd have thrown a burger against the wall. I think I like burgers too much, but my comment on Twitter was, do we have the full story on this if Trump really threw the burger and fell on the ground? Did Bill Barr like reach down and eat it? Hard for me to see Bill Barr turning down a burger. And but in any event, Trump, of course, was extremely scornful and Trump makes the comment on truth social. He goes, why would she have to clean it up? First of all, she does she was not a member of my staff. He goes, I don't even know who she was. And then the supposedly the big bombshell was an anecdote and incident about Trump who wanted to go to the capitol. On January 6th and was so apparently enraged that the Secret Service was reluctant to take him that he reached over and tried to grab the steering wheel of the car. Now at first people were like, I think Cassidy Hutchinson may even have said it. This was actually the so called the beast, the big limousine, the Trump limousine. And if that was the case, this would be flat out impossible.
Kimberley Johnson on Trump Hating Republicans
"Kimberly, you raise a really interesting point. I'll tell you why, because we just saw, you know, Liz Cheney was celebrating the roe V wade decision. Like, Liz Cheney hates Donald Trump. You're absolutely right. But she's not on our side. In fact, one of the reasons we were talking about, why is there this like, they're not going after Jenny Thomas. When I was hearing, is because Liz Cheney likes the Supreme Court the way it is. She doesn't want Ginny and clarence. She doesn't want any talk of clarence Thomas. Yes. Resigning or getting or you name it, right? And so and I thought this on cue, right this morning, Travis, a lawyer for Jenny Thomas, told the House select committee, he saw no reason for her to testify. Well, yeah, because they see how these hearings are going. Yeah. Exactly. So they came after it came after the committee has made a fresh request for her appearance, and we have the text messages to what Meadows and to eastman. She was right in the middle of this thing. And that her husband already was the one sole vote voting to keep her communications private. Kimberly, so beyond a conflict of interest, I don't even know what you call it. Do you? Yeah. No, I mean, I agree with you a 100%. This is clearly very upsetting coming because, you know, we love to Democrats are so fond of loving the Republicans that are going to go against Trump. But we always have to remember that I do think that at some point they want to break from him because they don't like him. You can see their true reactions to Trump in 2016. Lindsey Graham tweeted it, Ted Cruz was talking about how horrible he was, Marco Rubio, all of them. They don't like him. But now that he gave them everything that they wanted. And now this trial is going to give them a clean
Did Trump Take the Wheel Like Cassidy Hutchinson Said?
"Hutchinson was an aide to former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, at prick, and she testified about Trump's actions to the special congressional committee investigating the rights. So Trump promised during his speech on January 6th to march to Capitol Hill with his supporters to protest Congress certifying the 2020 election results. That we all know. But when the president was told by a security detail that they would not take him to the capitol, he got upset. Apparently they were told, they told him they've got guns, and he said, I don't care that I hear the shoot me. Let's get to the capitol. So Hutchinson testified with a very straight face. And this is the kind of people, this is the kind of person the left just loves. The kind of person that comes out of the woodwork to make these crazy charges and the left thinks she's got no book to sell. She's not trying to get a job at MSNBC. She must be real. No, no, no. Hold your horses. So Hutchinson said that Trump told his security detail the president said something to the effect of on the effing president, take me up to Capitol Hill now. And then he lunged at the steering wheel, and that's the story or not all told her. She also said Trump used his free hand to lunge at his security detail. When mister owner actor or not to had recounted this story to me, he had motioned towards his clavicle. Hutchinson's testimony is offering new alleged details, obviously, about the president's actions on that day. As the Democrat led committee continues to try to paint Trump as an unhinged lunatic who poses a serious threat to American democracy, they're just scared shit, he's going to run again and really kick some tables over. She was not physically present for the events. He described, but based her testimony on hearsay, she got from a member of the Secret Service. I can't do that. Where is Johnny Depp's lawyer right now? Objection hearsay. Objection leading. We need Camille Vasquez. Well, listen, you PEEP on the left, hold your tongues and push back your victory party. Because I'm hearing now in the last few minutes that the Secret Service in question offered to testify under oath that the story about Trump trying to commandeer the assault commandeer that the assault and attempt to attempt to steer the beast never happened.
Capitol riot commitee and former Vice President Mike Pence
"The House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol may push to get former vice president Mike Pence to testify In her testimony to the January 6th committee Cassidy Hutchinson former top aide to then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows talked about preparation to block the certification of electoral votes for now president Joe Biden She recalled a conversation she had with Meadows days before the 6th in which he expressed his concerns Things might get real real bad on January 6th Hutchinson also talked to president Trump's apparent disregard for vice president Mike Pence's safety as rioters stormed the building Committee chair representative Benny Thompson Will know that some people in The White House actually knew that there were people breaking into the capitol who wanted to do physical harm to him Thompson says he hopes that information could help Pence decide to meet with the committee Tim McGuire Washington
Why Did Cassidy Hutchinson Testify Today at Jan. 6 Hearing?
"What is truth An individual testified today Cass hutchison And she's testified many times before this committee in secret But its last time they wanted her to go public Her testimony has become more aggressive The answer is to become more aggressive because her prior attorney was associated with the Trump people and her current attorneys associated with former attorney general Jeff Sessions so there's no connection there I don't know what that means When you give testimony it doesn't matter who your lawyer is He give testimony under oath Under penalty of perjury whether it's in the back rooms of the January 6th committee or whether it's in a public hearing So that doesn't make sense to me Why all of a sudden this emergency we've got to listen to her and then they say well her life has been threatened That's possible but how does that affect getting her testimony out immediately And not waiting till July or not having it earlier All of a sudden we have new evidence From an individual who apparently witnessed and heard everything Trump Pence Meadows White House lawyers Republican members of Congress
Jan 6 Committee Holds Its Sixth Hearing
"Is a former aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is sharing some of the conversations she had with a guy I know well, former congressman and former director of national intelligence, John ratcliffe, of Texas, and that it was mister ratcliffe's studied view. As it was many, by the way, that the degree to which the president was banging this drum was just not going to be helpful to his legacy, that it wasn't going to prevail. And if people were of that mind, I mean, okay, isn't it? I mean, from Laura Ingraham, deshaun Hannity, to the Fox host, weren't they all like texting people saying, this is not good. He's not helping himself on like January 6th itself. Which I believe is true. That was not a good day for anybody. However, what this committee and what the culture, I think, seeks to shoehorn into your brain, is that if you have any skepticism about the 2020 result, that's the big lie. That if you
Jan. 6 panel to hear from aide who saw burned documents
"The house panel investigating the capitol riot will hear today from a top Trump White House aide in an appearance shrouded in extraordinary secrecy Cassidy Hutchinson told the committee in a private interview she saw her boss Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows burning documents in his office after meeting with a GOP lawmaker involved in a bid to overturn the 2020 election Hutchinson's appearance has raised expectations of new revelations in the probe potentially the most vivid firsthand story yet of Trump's campaign to subvert the vote and his response to the capital violence The panel announced today's surprise hearing just yesterday After earlier saying it would not meet again until next month Sagar Meghani Washington
Contrary to Popular Belief, Trump Authorized 20k Troops in the Capital
"There are some phenomenal patriots in America and at the top of the list is John Solomon. There's a great job. He runs a website called just the news. He's a great American. He's at the top of the list of people who do the tough work, the necessary work to expose the corruption and the nonsense happening in our country. John, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you, Charlie. Thank you. So John, you have some exciting new stories out. I want to go through with you and I just want to reiterate it's just the news dot com. Every night, before I go to bed, I get your email. It's just the news headlines. It's great. I encourage everyone else to sign up for it as well. And so it's all kind of around this January 6 drama. What is your reporting showing? Well, listen, this is going to be a storyline tomorrow night, right? And the storyline is Donald Trump wanted to foment the violence on Capitol Hill. Now there's a big problem with this story to begin with, which is if Donald Trump wants a foment violence on January 6th, why on January 4th, they decide in order to approve 20,000 troops to put down any violence that might occur. There's a huge contradiction in the Democrats keep glossing over because the media won't ask him about it, but their story doesn't hold up factually, right? The president is irrefutable. I've heard from cash Patel from Chris Miller from Mark Meadows. We've interviewed all the people. I've seen some of the documents. The president authorized 20,000 troops to be available to the capitol so that there wouldn't be a problem on January 6th. So when you know that that's a story, when you see the conflict, I started to reach out. I went out to members of the capitol police who have been quiet, and you haven't heard much from them except for the people they put on stage, the leaders. And I said, what really went on? And over the last two or three weeks I've interviewed lots of police officers, please commanders. And I got access to hundreds and hundreds of pages of documents of the capitol places internal files on what really happened on January 6th. And the bigger story about what happened on January 6th is that on Nancy Pelosi's watch because she is the mayor in charge of security at the capitol. The capitol police committed 53 blunders on January
Ellen Carmichael's Documentation of Attacks by Pro-Abortionists
"We're going to have a hearing tomorrow The same press that brought us to this point to the precipice That press It's going to cover the hearing And these committee members and their staff they're huddling right now On how to rebut The sorts of things that I'm saying The sorts of things I'm saying Pay a price Kavanaugh pay a price Gorsuch You're going to pay a price Can you imagine if Trump said that He never said anything like that So they got to look at texts and emails and oh look at that Look at this We've got this from Jared and we got this from Meadows who look we got this from ban and all look at So what And they're doing it in the good old stalinist way I thought words mattered Isn't that what they tell us Is anybody heard from Liz Cheney tonight Anything out there mister I haven't heard anything of you Adam king singer Any member of this committee Anybody heard from any of them Why not
Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack
"And back with my friend Andrew Pollack, whose daughter meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting 2018, he wrote a beautiful book about it, why meadow died. He's not the chief safety officer at burner technology. Andrew to complete your thought, you're talking about this deputy at Parkland, whose trial is coming up in September. Now fees convicted of a felony, I'm assuming that he won't be able to continue to collect this big fat pension, right? Yep, that's, you know, to get a 110,000 a year for letting the leading 17 people get killed. It's kind of horrible. So I hope I get accountability. My daughter, my daughter would want me to get accountability. And I have to say, governor desantis, I work with him. He's an unbelievable one of the best governors in the country right now. We got to accountability and Broward. If a lot of people don't know this within the first month governor desantis removed that failed sheriff that said he had amazing leadership, sheriff, Israel, he was removed. Since then, grant investigation into the school district, the superintendent was arrested on felony perjury charges to that. He lost his and this Peterson deputy Peterson's trial is coming
Ginni Thomas' emails deepen her involvement in 2020 election
"Newly revealed email shows Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas wife was more involved than previously known in efforts to keep Donald Trump in The White House The emails first published by The Washington Post show in the days after the AP and others called the presidential race for Joe Biden Ginny Thomas urged two Republican lawmakers in Arizona to pick their own slate of electors Arguing Biden state win was marred by fraud Thomas had also written text messages to then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows encouraging him to work to overturn Biden's win Her husband meanwhile has taken part in the high court's consideration of suits challenging the election results Democrats have called for justice Thomas to step aside from election related cases but there's no indication he intends to do so Washington
The Left's Pathetic Attempt to Force Clarence Thomas to Recuse Himself
"I want to talk here about the left really pathetic attempt to get Thomas justice Thomas to recuse himself. Maybe even stepped down. He should resign. And why should he resign? Not because of anything he's done evidently, but because of some emails and some political activism on the part of his wife. This is Ginny Thomas. By the way, a friend of mine, I've known both Thomas is now for several years. In fact, I was kind of buddies with clarence Thomas back in his old days at the equal employment opportunity commission. We had lunch a few times. I just love to hear his booming laugh. And I just enjoyed his perspective on issues. Now, this is a guy who is really not just a great justice, but he's been a great human being. And somebody who has withstood unbelievable attacks from the left. And they've never let up. Of all the justices, this is the guy that they can stand. And by the way, this really dismantled all their rhetoric of race, you know, we got to have the first black woman in the Supreme Court. Well, you had a black justice on the Supreme Court and how have you treated him over the past? Decades. So the latest ruse or pretext to go after him is Jenny Thomas. And what did Jenny Thomas is great offense? Well, apparently she was part of the group that believed. It didn't believe the results of the election. She was apparently sending texts to Mark Meadows, The White House chief of staff, saying that there are different ways in which Trump could challenge the results. Anyway, the putting all that to the side, who cares. This is there's a big difference between what Jenny Thomas is doing. Now if clarence Thomas was doing all that, you could say, well, wait a minute, are you supposed to be on the court? These are cases that could come before the court. He has somehow taken a political position or compromised his objectivity as a judge, but none of that is even at issue. The issue is should Thomas recuse himself from cases or should he step down because of his wife's email
"meadows" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"The House select committee investigating the January 6th capitol riot is in possession of some explosive text messages between Mark Meadows and the wife of a Supreme Court Justice. Now you know by now that there was no widespread election fraud in 2020, I know that former president Trump and his supporters continue to claim that the election was stolen. There is no evidence to back that up. But these almost three dozen messages that CNN has now reviewed show how convinced some conservatives were that indeed, the 2020 election was stolen and that it should be overturned and how willing. Members of Trump's inner circle were to entertain those ideas and theories. So these text messages are between Mark Meadows, who was a former Republican member of Congress from North Carolina, but at the time of these text messages, he was chief of staff to Donald Trump, and we are talking about the period here between November 2020 and January 2021 to just a few days after the insurrection. So between Mark Meadows, The White House chief of staff and Virginia Thomas, who is known as Ginny. She is the wife of Supreme Court Justice, clarence Thomas, and she is a well-known, longtime conservative activist. Now the fact that she happens to be married to justice clarence Thomas have folks on the left and some legal, ethical observers claiming that there may be some conflict of interest here for justice Thomas when it comes to adjudicating cases about the 2020 election, but we'll get to that later. And if you're scratching your head and thinking, how did the January 6th committee get these text messages from Mark Meadows? I thought Trump's whole world was sort of not cooperating with the committee. Remember there was a period of time when Mark Meadows was cooperating with the committee. That has since stopped, but in that time he turned over thousands of text messages. And we should note that these text messages that the committee has unearthed may not be the sum total of all the communication between Thomas and Meadows, nor May it be everything that the committee even knows. This is just what we've learned of now. Just to remind you, election day in 2020 was November 3rd, the winner of the election was not declared until Saturday.
Ginni Thomas Texts Released While Husband Clarence in Hospital
"You're not going to convince probably 60% of Americans may be 70. That every vote was legitimately counted in November of 2020. So Ginny Thomas is not some lunatic fringe QAnon activist, but that's how they want to portray her because they did a big bombshell this week. A big, big reporting. Here's Bret baier over on Fox News with the reporting of The Washington Post story. That Bob Woodward of Watergate fame himself, Bob Woodward went to print yesterday and that's very important that you remember the timing of this leaked story. The text messages that Mark Meadows turned over to the January 6th witch hunt committee led by Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger on the Republican side. Here's Brett Baer's reporting on this yesterday. Virginia Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas, repeatedly pressed then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to pursue efforts to overturn the 2020 election. That is according to text messages obtained by The Washington Post, came out tonight. The messages reveal a pipeline between Thomas and president Trump's top aide during a period when Trump the president at the time and his allies were vowing to go to the Supreme Court to negate the election results. The Washington Post is saying those text messages are among more than 2300 Meadows provided to the House select committee investigating the capitol riot on January 6th, justice Thomas, who is currently hospitalized, has not responded obviously to The Washington Post request for comment neither has his wife. Well, yeah, I'm sure he hasn't responded because he's in the hospital being treated for an undisclosed illness. He's been there nearly a week or more, sounds serious. Ginny Thomas is undoubtedly by her husband's side. Praying for his recovery. So she's a little busy, too.
Why Did Bob Woodward Pick THIS WEEK to Release Ginni Thomas' Texts?
"And when you wonder if you're on that right side of the ideological spectrum, let me share with you a couple prominent examples of something making news right now. Bob Woodward of The Washington Post decided this week, it was good timing to write a story about text messages that the wife of ailing Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas apparently wrote to Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows. Now, these text messages were turned over by Mark Meadows to the January 6th committee at the end of last year, but this was the week they decided to run with the bombshell, the Ginny Thomas was urging Mark Meadows to fight back against to urging Trump to fight back against the outcome of the election. The only thing about clarence Thomas this week, have you read about him? You know where he is? He's in the hospital, and as I understand it, it's going on a week. And anybody who knows anything about hospitals, if you're in the hospital a week, that ain't a hangnail. I don't know what's wrong with him, apparently he's got a type of infection of some kind. It's unspecified, but he sounds like he's pretty sick. Think his wife is concerned about his about her husband right now? Think her wife is frantic? I think his wife is worried, stressed, but now she's got this to deal with because that's the point. It's how cruel they are. That's how vicious and mean spirited and cruel the Adam kinzinger is in the Liz Cheney's and the bob woodwards of the world are.
"meadows" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So Mark how could Republicans screw this up? It just looks so good. If it goes wrong, basically the other way the question is, what must we do to make sure this continues and what must we make sure that does not happen if that makes sense? It does make perfect sense. Here's what we need to do is two things. We can't screw it up. And by screw it up, here's how we would do that. All of a sudden think that now because we have polls that are leading our way that we need to somehow moderate. I can tell you I saw this in a race with congressman Dan bishop in North Carolina. He was in the polls. He was actually behind some many of the advisers were saying, you know, distance yourself from Donald Trump. You're in the Charlotte area. And yet that was not who he was. He was actually more of someone who was willing to embrace not only the America first agenda, but all the conservative values that you and I hold dear. And so, you know, I told him I said, you know, it's better that you lose engaged and embracing something that you like and that you believe in. Then it is to pretend like you're somebody else because people will vote for those that are authentic. That's why Donald Trump got elected to be president of the United States. They wanted somebody who was authentic. And so here's the candidates need to be authentic. They need to be transparent. But the other part of it is they need to have a business plan. They can't just show up and think that a good stump speech is going to work it. They've got to actually work a plan. How are they going to do the outreach? They need to do more podcasts, honestly, where you're talking policy, real policy, like you and I do right here where they actually engage. How else can we make sure that it happens is my good friend Jim Jordan has a book, says, do what you said you would do. You know, it's a great book, but it's also a great concept. When you campaign, you actually have to actually work in Washington, D.C. that same way. And we're starting not only to see that from so many House members. But we're also seeing that when you do what you said you would do, the American people were rewarded. Even some Democrats who don't agree with your policy admired the fact that you're willing to say what you believe and act on. I will also add that we have to make sure Republicans do not broker an Amnesty deal this spring. And that's in the book. That's in the cards. I'm hearing it. And that would be a disaster. I mean, it would be the dumbest thing they could possibly do. And also, I want to end with people or emailing us like crazy right now. Freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Mark, what about election integrity? Are we seeing some improvements? What's going on with that? How can we trust that they're not going to do the shenanigans again? Well, we need to still stay engaged. And they're right to be emailing you in a big way. I can tell you that a number of us are working on election integrity. I continue to work on election integrity to make sure that not only does your vote count, but that that ballot is sacred from your hand to the ballot box. And what we've done is, sadly, we've kind of ignored it. We've looked at past elections and we some are encouraging just to move on. We need to make sure there's an audit process that not just for the states that we want to call into question. But for every single state that so when somebody votes that they can make sure that their vote is legitimate and that it counts. And I can tell you there's real progress being made, but we've got a long way to go, Charlie, and the work is not done. So we need to be vigilant leading up to 2022 and 2024 on election day..
"meadows" Discussed on Cultivating Place
"Pier press owen. I am so pleased to be speaking with you today. Welcome thanks so much for having me jennifer excited to be here. You know if i were to ask you an and i think there's a lot to work with in what i just described as this Beautiful suite of things you are involved with in your life. But if i were to ask you distill that down owen into an essential mission statement for you and your own personal gardening practice in this world at this exact timing your life. What would that be. It would be a connection to the natural connection to the landscape and trying to facilitate that both for myself my clients and really anyone else i can help with. In that regard you can see that in all of the things that you are doing. And and so before. We dive into that let. Let's go back and let's have you share with listeners. Some of your early life sort of plant story and some of the people in places in plants that grew you into a man for whom this would be your calling so desire to connect people to the landscape and help them connect to nature. Really comes out of in many ways. What is very different but also privileged in my opinion upbringing. Because i grew up really close to the natural world and my parents moved to central maine in early seventies. They were part of the back to the land movement and we lived in a house without electricity half mile from our nearest neighbour and it was in a pretty rural area. Weren't many people around. My parents gardened pretty seriously. They grew a lot of our food and my mother was also serious. Perennial gardner as well. So i was around gardening that was also around nature. Fortunately that suited me. Because i have a strong sort of interest in implants in the journey. I didn't really understand the degree to which that was the case when i was a kid But as a about older and i went to school For landscape architecture for my undergraduate degree you know. I realized more.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Man. It's edges still had like we're working together. He goes we working on ladies man and we had to do like deal with a lot of stuff making that movie. Yeah and at one point. He was the decision that was made by the company by executive producers and we were just basically told this is the deal and then andrew walk me to his office and we sat in his office. Each other dirty goes tim. This is why showbiz sucks. Yeah it was like fatherly advice. It was that cut and dried. Yep he's like this is why show. Business sucks yeah. This is why movies suck your basically what he was saying. It starts out as one thing and turns into descended thing. All we this conversation we had was like. We have to try to keep it our thing we. We know it's going to be somebody else's thing but we got to try to make it art thing as much as possible so the final question of these three nonsense questions is what have you learned. I mean do you think you know. Do you have advice for your kids that you give them that. You think kind of you know you know if you could boil down what what life has taught you. What would it be there. Wow that's a really good question is almost as if i'm never heard your podcast you i. I should know these questions right well. You don't retain information very well. That's one that's one of your big problem problems. Yes what have i learned. Well i've learned that. I'm not always right. I learned that there are people smarter than me. I learned that. Sometimes i am the smartest person or have the best idea in the room. I've learned that. I can also be the dumbest person in the room. I've learned to let people religions sexual preferences race. I've learned to let all that stuff go. Yeah i think. That's those are the things that i've learned. Yeah i mean. Sometimes i'm the smartest one sometimes. I'm not the smartest way to do it. When i when i know which one i am is when i'm smart. Yeah yeah yeah you know what. I'm saying that's yeah my best. You got to remain open to both possibilities. Yeah it's like doing an improv scene with chris farley trying to be funnier yeah yeah like. I was smart enough to know. Now i just keep throwing pitches. Nocco monitor fucking part right right. You know yeah well. I have learned From this hour plus that. I love you even more than i did before. Andy i think you are just a wonderful person and i'm so happy That you did this me too. You know because. I you know you don't you don't like to spread it around your personal stuff very much. You know you're kind of you. Don't and i that's why i'm very very thankful To for doing this. Andy let me just tell you how much you mean to me. Okay know how much you mean to me at yours. One of my closest friends. And i want everybody to know that i made with you. Yeah yes all right. Well let's end on this real emotion people israel baby. I love you. So i hope to see you soon. You know yes alright people. Thank you for listening and we will be back next week for more of these silly three questions..
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I don't know the question thing is kind of bullshit but but it is. There is there is like the notion of like. What's what's in store for you like. What's how's your story gonna play out. Or how do you want it to play. Well that's a good question that second question. 'cause i'm in that part of my life now where i think about that a lot. Yeah and i've been talking with a friend of mine who's also in his late. Fifties was a comedian. And we've been talking about like making statement pieces Of like this is a record of where. I was this moment in my life. Comedic right. i'm saying right. Not a political statement but a more of a personal one yes yes comedic comedic view of whatever. Yeah so i've been thinking about that more instead of being like the second lead. On a sitcom yeah. Yeah so. I've been thinking a lot more about like 'cause i i can do that. Through standup touring and stuff But i wanna to do that on. I want to do that on a bigger scale. Yeah so it's sort of plan out now up like i did. A lot of writing over the kovic break So a lot of people so people have been seeing the result of that and it's been the feedback has been very very positive. Now that's great. Yes so you know how this businesses like you. It takes forever for stuff to happen. Yeah you know but Is very weird to give out to give your writing out to people and have a judge you know especially in the business from a business aspect because it's like do they like it enough to put money to yale and that's it's great to just like it. Yeah has anybody can just like it right. Can you give me ten million dollars. Yes exactly but yeah it's i. It is hard and that was one of the things that i loved about going back to work for. Conan is no no the people that read my comedy. Were all friends. And you know people that i loved and who kind of let me do. Whatever the fuck i want. And if i said hey i want to put this on. Tv they put it on tv that night. You know and that. And i was. I stepped out of that into a. Here's the script i wrote. Okay we'll get back to you in three months you know. Oh fuck okay. I'll just sit here and lose interest in my own ideas. Yes yes yeah. I won't care about it anymore. By the time you come around to reading it and telling me what you think of it. Yeah we sent this thing out to some people and they liked it enough to like talk to us and then the thing that is still ongoing but they said basically was like re- like this thing but we don't want to do it but we wanna do something with you. Yeah and i'm like what about this thing. Yeah that's what i am doing this. Yeah let's do that. And then we all get what we want right thing. You wanna do with me. The thing i wanna do.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"It can take extra effort you know. It's a lot of what happens to you. in show. business takes extra to remain humble to remain grateful to and to remain normal and to not be fucking prick. It takes work to stay that way. And i like jane is a perfect example of someone. Who's definitely stayed that way and and you know the other side of that. Being feeling lucky is also being like so amazed at how many people that i knew back then are now household names. There's ninety you know like everybody knows them. And it's it's amazing to me to think about it. Because i didn't think that i didn't have any plan you know it's like you said it just like this and follow this and i wasn't like oh i'm going to be on. Tv a bunch. I just like yeah. This is fun. Let's see you know who is like past crazy. David pasqua's he says is like when we were doing improv. It was it led to a road to nowhere. Yeah yeah exactly. You had no guarantee that anything was going to come from it..
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Never in college for design. Yeah i'm studying. You know there are. People are not musicians or whatever and then at a certain point. They had to make a decision. Do we continue doing this or are we abandoned and are we gonna make music. Yeah and that thought blew me away. Was there there was a point where they had to go yes. I'm doing this thing. Yeah and so. I was sitting my car. And i said this is it. I'm gonna go in do this other thing. I'm going to give myself five years from not making a good living at the end of five years. I'll come back finish college. Get a job in marketing. right commercials. whatever yeah yeah. So and so that was it. It was that moment. David byrne man and they weren't whenever see movie now would he walks in and it's like doomed to and he goes into psycho killer. Hi i have a song like to play for you. It's just him on. Stay goes into that my heart. I love it because it was like he goes from simplicity to like this huge show. Would all all of the band. Yeah and my jam. Just a fucking monumental jam. Yeah after jam after j after jam by a guy who you would never expect that music out mata no you know and that was the moment for me. I was just like i'm doing this. I'm gonna try it and then the story is five years later. It was february. I was on saturday night. Live while to the date almost to the date right after my birthday. that's awesome. Yeah that's great good thing he didn't say four years going to write commercials. Now now.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Fucking eero right you can steal your surge. But he got that. I had to and he don't like he didn't. He know he was not like. Here's the tha and his plan to to get where everything will be covered by shorts and tee shirts Any any tattoo gets and the first one i saw and i was just like. Oh wow you know. I wanted to be like. Oh that's cool. Excellent congratulations but i. I was like i mean in my head. It's like it's like. I'm my mother's voice going my baby's beautiful exactly what i was thinking babies beautiful body and now and then he went and got like two or three more like in quick succession. Unlike the second or third one. I said to him so i guess you already thought about the fact that you know this is forever and you really giving off to these designs. And what's and goes. Yeah i said. Okay i just. I needed to say that. But after his mom and his since my conscience is clear his mom and his sister put the brakes on it. They they They're the ones that can say like all right enough. Stop with the tattoos. That's here take a break. So and he's and he's got a bunch of piercings in his ears. Which i'm like okay. You know i wouldn't do that but and again it is like my perfect baby. Why are you doing this. Are you scarring yourself. It's his body his life. You know my son was my youngest my oldest son. He was talking about doing that. based tattoo like That singer post malone. Oh jesus christ but he does this thing where he says things just to fuck wit me right. He's yeah in lebanon syria. Reaction to this. You know but Yeah he was contemplating that. I was just like i if you do it. I don't know what to tell you. I don't know what to tell you like you. Won't you know. I.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Smith family and then they got six kids And they sort of just took me in and his father and his mother were like my representatives for mary as wholly successful marriage did i. I saw like daily. Yeah but i didn't see the intimacy though. You know what i mean like because opposite the neighbor kid right so they kiss or hug in front of me you know and also that should have been something that was like passed from my fa- my parents to me. I should have been learned about you know. See my mom and dad hug and kiss you. Yeah i never. I have no memory of. Yeah and so. Yeah those kind of things i think. Probably you know affected me in my relationship and my ability to Be a husband. But i think is to be a father. I just really in his sounds weird. I don't say we are but it just. I said i'm going to do this. Yeah i'm going to do it. Yeah i'm not gonna slack off. I'm going to do. This is one thing that i'm really good at. It's being a dad. You'll make a sacrifice i will. Yeah i can't. I can't bony. My kids can tell you what it's like to be my they no. Yeah yeah they know fucking love him. Yeah i know. I mean as long as i've known you you work real hard at it and in the many conversations that we've had about it it's it's like it's important work to you and and we probably talk about that more than work work Because it's more important. Work than work is silly. Compared to this work yeah. I mean and the thing of the conversations that we've had to have is that i will talk to you about things because i'm at i have one. I know one time. Especially where. 'cause i wanna hear what another father thinks like. What would you do. Yeah what do i do you know and i. I don't know if you remember. We were playing golf. But i told i was telling you about. My son had gotten His hair i hated hairdo. Yeah i hated.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"God. Yeah i can't eat any. I hate bad like that. Kill me so kill me yeah. It's it's too crunchy crunch and took rooks. Little airs I because i'm curious we're folks divorced. Yes did you like. Did that inform how you were going to be a divorced dad like the way that your parents handled it. Yeah well. I definitely wanted to have relationship with my kids. No matter what like my it was different from my father. My father like when they split up he was gone for maybe a couple years. It seemed like forever. When i was younger. Because they split up. When i was like six or seven and I remember looking out the window of my house one time and thinking like. Wow my father's somewhere in this city like ten minutes from me right and i. I don't see him. He won't see you see us and that was fucking hard. Yeah and when when i got divorced. I swore that i would not let that happen with us. I was not going to be that way And also being african american to is like another thing that i was like. I'm going to be a my kid's life going to be going to be there. Yeah yeah i mean my folks divorced. When i was four and my dad lived four hours away but i only saw him twice a year which i never questioned that my i was sad about it and it was hard about it but There were reasons there were like reasons like will. This is why and it's while involved kind of like i have to work and i have. I don't make enough money at this job. So i have to have another job and all. I didn't question it until i was an adult and i had a kid and all of a sudden like there is like this switch. That flipped where i was like. I can't even imagine live in four hours away and not being in. Yeah.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"She goes to like a nice. La episcopal school. You know and it's yeah and there's one kid in her class was like their token conservative and he just you know he just he sounds like a like a character like i think he dresses real formal and stuff but he's a huge fan of mine. Let boy like. She's like yeah. That guy's a real big fan of yours and always wants to talk to me about like you know what norm macdonald said to you and stuff. I don't even. I forced what norman said to me. Out of my mind. I think so Yeah now did when you move chicago. Was it for the boys was. Yeah yeah it was We got we split up and She moved back she had family here. My ex wife. When i say she implied it. Okay it was either. That i think it was just elizabeth warren. What everyone knows that. You had children with elizabeth warren. I trying to keep dead on a deal. We'll edit that out we won't But now i moved here to be with them to be closer to them Near were like in elementary school. Like you know second grade macau long ago that the ten years ish. Yeah 'cause they're both so my oldest is twenty and So he was probably eight when he got here. So worrisome to you. Did you think like oh. I'm not going to be in the swim of things in la because you were living in la at that point. Yeah i was living in a very depressing Just divorced dad. Yeah single apartments. You'll there. I was living in the studio. Aren't they great a love him. Mike happiest times anti walls a couch and the tv. Yeah my studio. Apartment was my california king sized bed that was on in like a computer with a desk in the kitchen off the side. Whenever at when i started dating again if came over she knew what was new of. Oh yes we're going to have sex. 'cause you bid here sit anywhere. Yeah just not the desk please. Not the work in there. So yes so. I saw the i came here. It was You know it was. It was weird and beginning. I tell you what was hard like very in. The very beginning was like The idea that they would have surroundings in a whole life. That i would not have any part give you know like i'll never see their bedrooms with their mom or their living room. You know i'll never see the toys that they have and in that in that in the beginning. That was hard to deal with. Yeah 'cause i was like wow they're gonna have. Their memory of their childhood with her will be completely void of like. I won't have a memory the same as their right. It'll be compartmentalized. They'll have the now have their mom. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. That's that that is weird. Yeah because your kids don't well. Nobody had any continuity from the previous life like that. The changed everything. Because i know my the hardest thing for me was just. I didn't live with my kids anymore. Like it's just like waking up and having him there and having you know it had been let's see they were like eighteen and thirteen. I think maybe seventeen and twelve and just you know seventeen years of having a kid in the house and then going and having everybody in the house like being you know like be being alone being such a rare commodity that like when i went somewhere and was in a hotel room by myself. I was like her ray. You know for like one night and then and then after that one night..
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Chaperone the trip. And i was like i assume and he was like. Yeah sure is cool. You know and then when we were walking in and i i was like oh yeah yeah You know here's my picture. This is what you know. Whatever and then he knew he was like you know whatever it wasn't like wow to him you know what i mean. It was just like okay. You worked here. Yeah like i could have been a bartender or an actor was just as unimpressive to him. If i had been either one. And i got mad at him during field because they were they were trying to explain. You know how they do it. It's like oh welcome a second city. Yeah yeah and his kids. So they're really out with people. Yeah and my son. They every all of the kids had to do. Improv is so my son and his friend It was their turn to do things where they had to like. Imagine something in the intel the rest of the class. What was inside of it and so my son being you know trying to be a funny or not part of it. He goes It's is box is just a brown cardboard box in ended ladies like well. What's inside and then he opens it up and he goes brown paper. It might i go back of the room just going. I'm gonna kill you. Signed the online air. Yeah you're my son is supposed to be. That's so teenage boy though nothing. Oh yeah he was just like it's very much like he thought not. Taking part was like rebelling. Yes you know what. I mean right. But now they don't they don't ever There's very few times when they're like. Oh yeah dad is whatever. Yeah i think the more press whenever it's like they meet people that are today no and then that person is like oh my god. It's yeah you know and my kids are like whoa wait a second right. This person is paying that much attention to you yet. I think that's the stuff disorderly. Does that bother you. Though because it doesn't. My kids are also like very unimpressed. By me in my career. I actually prefer that you know what i mean like. I don't want. I would hate hated if they were like. Oh dad you're so great. You know like i wouldn't trust it. You know. i like what you want from me. Can you imagine if your kids are seeing at the ana. Are they like you know. Some weird like yeah. Oh data at the core date. You did last night. That you know be kilted man. That's amazing what are you doing tonight on the show. you know. yeah i wouldn't. I don't think i would like that. I don't think i'd like either actually. But i do want them to respect me. Yeah i want them to quietly. Respect me and my place encompassed. i'd like. I want you to know that i did the right but we don't have to talk about that. I am a relative winner. You know like relative to other people. I am a winner. Other people are losers and also like my daughter tells me like there's one kid in her class enemies..
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"What work i'm doing and also i live. I have a place in detroit. Also so i go there but i literally because of covid. I hadn't been there in like a year and a half hour. Wow yeah just easily. Does your place in detroit. Is that just to be close to family where you're from originally it is but is also the night life in detroit that i had not kidding my family. Yeah the clubs. All the clubs. Now i do. I love it But you know jokes aside but there but there will be more jokes about detroit. But yes i go for my family and it's very chill place. Yeah like nobody expects to see me there. Yeah and So when i you know. I can go out. Go do things. And then it's a. It's like a delayed reaction before you know people will come up or say something because he's always like wait. Is that my cousin. Now that do it might be your cousin and this is my cousin cousin and that do well. We were talking before this. I just was in illinois visiting relatives. And yeah i didn't call you. Look i know. I just i go there and i feel like a like a big sow and then just let them just drink deeply from my teats. And there's no time for anything else saw family when you hear pretty much i mean at least in this one and my. I didn't bring my kids. Because i feel like when i go by myself i feel like yeah i just i literally just let people dragged me around you like to softball games or to you know you know to hang pictures at my mom's house or you know. I took her out to dinner and after dinner. She's like she's like just casually drops as i'm dropping off. Oh i got a new television and it needs to be boxed and hung like okay. You know anyone can do that on. Yeah like can you. Yeah and it's like that's an hour that's like an hour chore and it's the it's like the kind of chore that makes my head poor sweat like i don't sweat anywhere else but it's just that maddening kind of little household like putting together a kia furniture. I quit doing that stuff. And i'm like oh thanks mom. Thanks and it's like she knows not to mention it. Because i'll i i mean i'm gonna end up doing it but i might figure out a way to weasel out of it for at least a while but she springs on me so but yeah so. I went for a few days and window. Did you put the tv share. Did allah good son. I am a good son. Hey i got a question for you when you have you taken your kids to chicago and show them around like to wear us to work or like you know like oh. Here's you know the annoyance theater. And here's no nothing like that. I mean i would. But i would have to do it if i said we're going to make a special trip. Go look and see at places that i used to work. They wouldn't give a shit now if i said there's a new Cambodian porridge restaurant. 'cause they're you know they're fucking food snobs then on the way it happened to pass by the annoyance theater. I can go the way over there. Your dad used to do comedy there. Do your kids care. I mean they live in chicago. So do they care about all of your chicago comedy past. It's weird man because like occasionally they will like my my son. My youngest son had a field trip to second city when he was in like Probably ninth grade or something like that and the. His teacher asked.
"meadows" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Everybody. it's andy. Richter and i am here doing a podcast that you've come to know as the three questions and that's because that's what it's always been called and today i'm talking to a very dear friend of mine and this is always the best thing whenever anybody asked me like. Who's your favorite guests on the conan. Show i always say my friends because why the hell do. I wanna sit next to a stranger. So i'm getting a chance to talk to. One of my favorite people tend meadows. Hi tim that's me. Hi emma it says on your on your zoom window timothy meadows. Yeah anyone to be confused with tim. Tim meadows or wild air. Some mother tim meadows there. There's some on on on on twitter. A really yeah. One of them is like a very promiscuous gay man who likes to put pornography on his twitter feed nice and he's name is tim meadows. And oh that's good so when you're elderly relatives go searching for yes. Yes they get a rude awakening. Yeah yeah but i was on. Twitter is myself now was verified. And then i sorta contacted twitter. And i was like haters the to meadows this like you know. He's got some pretty wild stuff on there and eat you know is something we can do and they were like no and so i got off a twitter and also. He had more followers than i did too. That's gotta hurt it hurt. Yeah you weren't putting out the gay porn like he was You're in chicago right. yes i'm argo and and sort of split your time. There are people surprised to know that that you still live in chicago. I don't know if they surprised. I mean people are surprised. I guess when they see me here sometimes. Yeah you know But i think people sort associate me with new york. Most people are will ask me like. Why are you in town. Or what are you doing in town. Yeah 'cause they ended up in new york. And i'm like i live here. Yeah yeah yeah and you do. You live there more than you live in. la According to my taxes. I fifty fifty. Yeah but i depend on say anything more. Listen to this podcast closely. They after me for years you will. Yeah and i have a summer house in indiana but No but i do us. I'm sorta varies from year to year. I'm at the end zone..
"meadows" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"The book begins by making the case for meadows versus lawns, , which I've talked about on the show various times with other guests, , Doug. . Ptolemy, , and so forth <hes>. . But give us sort of the scene setting quick pitch on why meadows versus lawns before we dig into your. . Excessive how to <hes>? ? Especially, , you're sort of how meadow store carbon argument. . Yes. So . a lot of people know about how lonzo biological desserts 'cause a lot of environmental problems that something that you've covered in the past and meadows are really the opposite of that and they create this level of abundance and one of the ways in which they do that is that they actually build soil including <unk> large amounts of carbon. . So Meadows are incredibly effective at drawing carbon dioxide like all plants breaking that down releasing the oxygen, , taking that carbon and storing it in the ground and unlike trees which put a lot of carbon in their trunks, , which eventually some of that is earned most of that's released back into the atmosphere. . Meadow Plants Really Park Carbon in the soil in their roots can extend this fired as ten or fifteen feet into the ground. . So they're really sort of carbon sequestering machines, , and this is a way that you can sequester carbon in your yard and instead of contributing to global warming with mowing your lawn and using fossil fuels. . You cannot meadow and Sin Carbon rate in in your on your property. . Sounds. . Like a very good thing to be doing at the moment. . <hes> definitely but I hadn't really read so much about that part of the argument you know I'd read about the lack of diversity the monoculture the fact that we mow the lawn into submission so doesn't even produce flowers or seeds for insect benefit, , blah, , blah blah. . So that was really really good point now. . You Talk About Meadows and Meadow Gardens and you differentiate between the to explain what the two are. . The differentiation that I make in the book is that meadows are planted from seed and meadow gardens were planted using live plants that are usually called plugs there basically baby plants that come into trey. . So they're still native perennials, , native mental meadow perennials, , but they are planted into the ground and they establish faster than a meadow from seed however, , because you're planting live plants usually only meadow gardens only effective for smaller areas and meadows from seed are generally a much more reasonable way to plant larger areas. . Okay. .
"meadows" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz
"The White House chief of staff has traditionally been known as the gatekeeper well. We have gone behind the gates with mark. Meadows live from the white. House this verdict with Ted Cruz. Welcome back the verdict with Ted Cruz, Michael Knowles little change of scenery today joined as always by the senator and Mark Meadows right to be with you MR, meadows I'm noticing now. It is seven o'clock here. This is probably the earliest. You have gotten off work since you've taken. As soon as we get off work I'll outlet. You know whether that's the case or not Ferret. Obviously, it's a twenty four seven kind of kind of job, but you know our our nation is in a critical time where we've got actually make sure that people like ten mile work together on behalf of all the freedom, loving forgotten men and women. In this country, and and really the impact is well beyond. This is Ted i? Have articulated a number of times we'll because I know senator, you and Mr. Meadows go back a lot farther than just you taking this job as the White House chief of staff. Yeah, he actually would talk.
"meadows" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Meadows Cobb county GOP chairman chase and shepherd tells WSPA he immediately contacted meadows after learning about potential threat like this happen is people need to keep calm heads because heated rhetoric can make things worse the sheriff's office says meadows is paying off duty deputies to guard her home WSB news time is seven thirty three a disgruntled SunTrust park employees accused of threatening to blow up the stadium and shoot everyone there thirty year old Jamar golf and faces a charge of making terroristic threats often was a temporary employee hired to clean the seating areas of the ball park after an argument with his boss he was asked to leave golf and reportedly made those threats as he was walking out he remains at the Cobb county jail a metro Atlanta law firm is preparing lawsuits over possible toxins being released by two medical plants in Smyrna and Covington attorney Milton Eisenberg tells channel two action news it's not just about cancer concerns they're also worried about property value has to disclose that how many people who want to buy that house they may decide to go outside that area and by a piece of property residents believe they've suffered ethylene oxide exposure from the B. D. barred plant in Covington and the store Jetix plant in Cobb county jet blue cuts prices on flights to Europe under the main service all first class and business class fares will be lowered beginning in twenty twenty one that's when jet blue plans to start flying to London from Boston to New York the airline will be selling two thousand dollar flights for six hundred dollars the mint services currently on eighty daily flights offering lie flat seats private suites and free wifi WSB news time seven thirty five somewhere Clark Howard is smiling or twenty five minutes away from your eighty M. nonstop news feed here on W. S. B. it's a super sized.