15 Burst results for "Michael Burks"
"michael burks" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"Nandy documentary on on netflix. About jim carey and he's role in men on the moon. His playing andy kaufman. He's a stand up comedian or practical comedian from the sixties or seventies and jim carey. Plays him I think andy. Andy died if i don't know i don't have the details in front of me but andy died a while back in eighty nine hundred eighty four. And it's basically a fictional movie about his life and jim carey just does the most amazing part ever like i. I'm kind of surprised. I didn't even bring it up for this segment now but amazing movie. It's kind of sad and Jim carey in. It is amazing and the documentary Basically went they shot the movie. Jim carey had his own kind of crew. That filmed the behind the scenes things so and he really he. He literally got into the shoes of andy kaufman and he became the annoying person. And everyone onset hayden too great great interesting documentary to watch brand. You wanna share your favorite performance So i wanted to go with his ledger but just to spice it up. I feel like. I feel that we need to bring the auto dicaprio grades only recently developed. Sort lacking for him. Actually sir. i'm interested to see what film pick so. I was thinking about inception but i guess say that that i kinda reviewed it again in my head. There's an extraordinary scene before spoilers. His wife kills herself and they have like this very emotional dialogue and and he does some really excellent work. But i gotta say that. I think that shattered island is where he impressed. Because that's like everything about this movie about. That movie is awesome. He fits right into into the madness. Enter the insecurity and mental illness and just does great work. There is very convincing convincing in every scene Always i don't want to spoil it. But there's like two ways of looking every sane Once you get to the movie and he would have had to play the whole movie in that way and it would have been very difficult. I also thought about bringing up a leonardo dicaprio his great and i thought about inception. But i don't know. I don't think it's his best role but then i went over the the list of stuff is done and there's not one role that i can point to and say this is the best one. Except maybe this is the word choice but What's eating gilbert grape. If you watch. I haven't seen a movie from nineteen ninety three this kid veer. Yeah here's a kid. his maybe nineteen. I know we've unless he was born in seventy four the movies from ninety three. So he's nineteen but he looks like a kid there. It's a charming movie. Yeah i think like the thing. I like about. Leonardo dicaprio is i never have. Maybe it's because. I wasn't a big fan of him before. But when i go into movies i don't go is playing a good role in the first minute. I just believe his character unite. Like i don't remember him in other roles whereas we christian bows sometimes. I do think that like sometimes when i'm watching inception sorry inception on the prestige. I go wow yeah. He's good in this. But i i never think about that. During the movie of kerry film. Like when i'm watching wolf of straight. I just engrossed in the movie. So he really like ringer in the beta was he placed. The song will place to the movie. really doesn't try to go over the top and i totally agree unless it's needed. Dicaprio was also greeting the departed. Another great great movie i think. Oh yeah so for me. I said it was harder for me to think of an acting performance. I wanted to bring up so far up my old amdi b account. I don't use it all the a at all these days. But i used to rate every movie i watch for a while so you know just to get some ideas. I went over the movies too. I rated for bets that were. That's method Podcasting so i went over to the movies. And there's one that really popped out to me once. I laid my eyes on its poster. I wanna talk about michael parks performance in kevin. Smith's red state from twenty eleven. The moment i saw the poster for that movie. I was like i remember the first time aside and how much i love perks acting on it. Because if you've seen this movie. I know bar you've senate but a bit of you watched red state. I haven't seen it. I've never even heard of it. It's not A-list moving honestly. It's it's it's not a great movie at all. Like i like it but it's not amazing and still. I watched it three times and mostly because of parks acting I watched a bunch of other things. Michael burks did afterwards because he really really amazed me and just to make sure that everyone knows who michael barr. Is things done. I think he had a bunch of Roles in turn tinos movies. He was in death proof. He was in django unchained. He was in. Kill bill one to. I think in most of turn tinos movies. He plays that sheriff character and in kill. Bill does that shirker and he also plays that old guy who tells them a thurman were to find bill or be as he says it and he was in from dusk till dawn. He was in planet terror. He was in kevin smith threat state and he was in kevin smith's dusk as well and in red states. This movie he plays eben cooper. Who's the leader of a religious family or colt kind of inspired by the phelps family in america and the movies kind of a horror movie and the cooper families kind of a radical violent cult. Kind of thing and like. I said that the movie isn't great. Like i always felt that. There's two things in this movie that are way above the rest which kind of make the rest feel a bit off. Which are michael parks and john goodman. Who who plays the guy that the good guy in the movie and parks like i said he plays the litter of a colt and his maniacal is crazy his his carry and his performance throughout the movie is i thought it was hypnotic like couldn't take my eyes off of him whenever it was in screen and he was just disturbing like he makes you feel like that character really exist and it's threatening you somehow even though it's just a character in a movie in something about the way he's acting really really makes you feel like he's having fun doing that character. Even though everything that character makes you feel is the opposite of fun. It seems like he's enjoying it. And it's just fun to see and i mentioned it before i don't see myself as someone who can really identify good acting but sometimes you just know it when you sit and and i think that this is a great example of that. That's not indie pick. Yeah fingers amazing like definitely. That's i don't want to say the only reason to watch this movie. But he does do a spectacular. I think the story the idea. The premise of the movie is interesting. But you know kevin smith. He has great ideas but the execution is not always great. So it's not a great movie. Yeah i gotta say that one of the things i like most about this movie is to listen to kevin smith. They'll afterwards how he imagined it will end. And that's that makes the movie much better. Yeah if you're gonna watch red state later go on youtube and find kevin. Smith's alternate ending idea for the movie. It's funny.
"michael burks" Discussed on Fresh Air
"That. Was the part of that was very vague. It was you know it arranged everything over supposed to go into. Is. The potential for counter revolution here? Maybe they're gonNA go into setup revolutionary cells to to organize people to fight against. The regime. But the reality was that certainly Albania was one of the most bat down countries the secret police were everywhere, and so the moment these people parachuted in. The secret police were already looking for them plus the fact that almost certainly the emigre organizations back in Europe in western Europe had been thoroughly infiltrated by the KGB. So they went badly and a lot of these people were captured and killed right? If not. All right. Right in Albania. was a precursor to other infiltration operations all through Eastern Europe Uniformly, they were a disaster well, I wanted to talk about that. So after after this Albanian operation. The CIA decided to. Try and create covert operations to foment revolution or resistance in a lot of S- of Eastern. European countries now dominated by the Soviet. Union Poland of course, the eastern half of Germany Czechoslovakia and Michael Burke was one of the characters that write about. Organizers these things just give us a sense of sort of how many of these operations they were, how they were executed in what the result seemed to be. There are hundreds of these of these operations and yes, they arranged all the way from Bulgaria in the southeast of Europe to Poland and the Baltic states were under Soviet control. Part of the Soviet Union they were uniform lead. Disasters Virtually everybody who was parachuted in either disappeared or were captured and executed. And the most astonishing case of that was in Poland where. Immediately after after after the end of World War Two is organization it start-up head started up called freedom and liberty opposing. Soviet control of Poland and by nineteen forty, seven, forty, eight it had been completely wiped out a couple of years later, all of a sudden it reappears and it starts sending messages out to the West starting around nineteen forty nine saying, okay, we're not. We're not the thirty thousand fighters we were two three years ago, but we're still fighting and we need help. So the CIA launches this operation to help the this this anticommunist group inside. Poland. AIR-DROPPING PARTY PARTISAN COMMANDOS in and Michael Burke is one of the people in the field who's overseeing the airdrop missions dropping in weapons dropping in money and dropping in commandos. And it finally turns out that the whole thing has been a hoax all along that. In fact, this organization had been wiped out in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, and the whole thing was just a. Polish government in KGB sting operation. That hit involved certainly dozens if not hundreds of people in this in this massive hoax. And for two years, the had been sending the these these commandos end settings, money and right into the hands of the Polish secret police and the KGB. In Michael Burks case, I think as with a lot of the people in Europe at the time who were overseeing these operations. The Polish. Hoax really had this this effective like. Well, if they could pull this off if they could pull off a hoax like this deception operation. That clearly involved scores and scores of people and we never had a clue. How do we ever penetrate this world? We're speaking with Scott Anderson. His new book is quiet Americans four CIA spies at the dawn of the Cold War tragedy.
"michael burks" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Deal with the Soviet client regime there Right. So the interesting thing with Albania from a from a kind of. Jew political standpoint is that of the Soviet bloc countries, it was the one that. Had No border with the Soviet Union was the most geographically isolated and especially in Yugoslavia which surrounded is surrounded on two sides had broken away from from the Soviet bloc. So Albanians quite isolated also had a really despotic dictator who ran things. So the a decided that they were going to be able to peel off any country from the Soviet bloc would be Albania. And this was an idea heartily endorsed by the thousands tens of thousands of Albanian refugees escape communist ruler. So they launched this operation called, operation? Valuable fiend. Graham I got very lucky with operational names in my book because I could have been stuck with really quite tedious ones but I mean valuable fiend is just perfect. And so one of the other characters of my book Michael Burke, he was put in charge of operation valuable fiend. He operated out of Rome. So, and the there's kind of wonderful James Bond quality to this. Michael burks time in Rome where. He has no job but he has a lot of money. He's throwing around a lot of money. So he has to look like a man of means and so he passes himself off his cover story is that he's a film producer. He has a lot of money because he got it from the CIA. That's right. That's right. Yeah. and. So he's hanging out with the whole film set of Rome. and. The late forty s was was kind of a heyday of of the Italian cinema seen. He during the day, he's hanging out with all these actors and me directors, and at night he's slipping off to meet with his Albanian. Conspirators that he planning these. GOING TO BE DROPPING PARAMILITARIES IN AIRDROPS Into, Albania, and this kind of bifurcated life who went back and forth at one point he became worried that we don't even passing myself off as a film producer but not actually producing anything and it's certain point aren't people going to start asking questions about? What I'm doing. It but it turned out that the Italian film people were just as self absorbed as. As people in Hollywood and all they wanted to do is talk about themselves they. They were never going to ask questions about what he was. He was up to So his cover remained intact, but the operation viable fiend turned into a disaster it was it was a precursor of number of disasters that were coming. So what they would do is they would get these Albanian anticommunist patriots and convinced them to be dropped in groups of four five ten behind Albanian lines and do what exactly..
"michael burks" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
"Today on sixty seconds psych. Lithium Commission the largest study to date dot Oregan. Researchers and patients disagree about lithium patients often complain of cognitive dulling on it. But research finds that lithium has more neuro protective effects than other mood stabilisers lithium prevents dementia and it increases hippocampal on mic della volume as well as cortisol thickness. This study is the largest longitudinal study of cognition in lithium to date Catherine, burdock and colleague started with two hundred and sixty two patients with bipolar one disorder sixty. Four percent of whom were taking lithium. Their study had two key findings with the main limitation that neither were controlled first, they found no difference at baseline cognitive testing for patients taking or not taking lithium. This suggests that Lithium's cognitive effects are at least not much different from those of other meds bi polar the ones who are not on lithium had more severe, manic and depressive symptoms at the time of testing. Second they did Longitudinal testing on the patients who responded well to lithium and half of the ones on lithium did have good sustained stability on it when these patients were followed up about four months later, a third of them had improved cognition and there was no evidence of worsen cognition on the lithium. These encouraging results are in contrast to uncontrolled studies that show mild impairments on measures of processing speed, verbal learning, and creativity with long-term Lithium use today's study didn't actually look at creativity also in studies of healthy subjects, lithium doesn't seem to impair cognition. The researchers attributed part of the cognitive success they observed to the relatively low levels of lithium used around point six Sarum level, which is within the zero point six, two, zero point eight range recommended for maintenance therapy. I'm only aware of one controlled study cognition on lithium. It was a two thousand sixteen trial by Michael, burks group that randomize patients to lithium or Qu. Opinions. Sarah, quill for Mania and at follow up one year. Later, the lithium patients had better verbal fluency. The bottom line lithium likely has cognitive benefits but patients may feel slowdown Dole or uncreative on it. Stick to the lower dose range zero point six, two, zero point.
Lithium and Cognition: The Largest Study to Date
"Researchers and patients disagree about lithium patients often complain of cognitive dulling on it. But research finds that lithium has more neuro protective effects than other mood stabilisers lithium prevents dementia and it increases hippocampal on mic della volume as well as cortisol thickness. This study is the largest longitudinal study of cognition in lithium to date Catherine, burdock and colleague started with two hundred and sixty two patients with bipolar one disorder sixty. Four percent of whom were taking lithium. Their study had two key findings with the main limitation that neither were controlled first, they found no difference at baseline cognitive testing for patients taking or not taking lithium. This suggests that Lithium's cognitive effects are at least not much different from those of other meds bi polar the ones who are not on lithium had more severe, manic and depressive symptoms at the time of testing. Second they did Longitudinal testing on the patients who responded well to lithium and half of the ones on lithium did have good sustained stability on it when these patients were followed up about four months later, a third of them had improved cognition and there was no evidence of worsen cognition on the lithium. These encouraging results are in contrast to uncontrolled studies that show mild impairments on measures of processing speed, verbal learning, and creativity with long-term Lithium use today's study didn't actually look at creativity also in studies of healthy subjects, lithium doesn't seem to impair cognition. The researchers attributed part of the cognitive success they observed to the relatively low levels of lithium used around point six Sarum level, which is within the zero point six, two, zero point eight range recommended for maintenance therapy. I'm only aware of one controlled study cognition on lithium. It was a two thousand sixteen trial by Michael, burks group that randomize patients to lithium or Qu. Opinions. Sarah, quill for Mania and at follow up one year. Later, the lithium patients had better verbal fluency. The bottom line lithium likely has cognitive benefits but patients may feel slowdown Dole or uncreative on it. Stick to the lower dose range
"michael burks" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Oh. We have got I've got music playing somewhere. I can't bring up the applause Lauren Mayer. Everybody you're never fully dressed without a mask, but we knew that yeah. We did good stuff from Lauren Mayer Lawrence comedy on. On on on twitter, I think Lauren Mayer. SPELLED LIKE EMMY WHY? She does great stuff all right so? I I was wrong. Twitter. Twitter facebook Youtube. Facebook is telling me they can't play the video, but we are streaming on facebook, so hey I love it when something works when you don't think it is working, so we got that going for us. I need to address something. You know that over the course of the last couple of weeks. I've lost a few people who are close to me and yesterday we lost another. Friend of the Movement I guess. I didn't know Michael Brooks we never met. But I was certainly aware of his work with Sam Cedar at the majority report, and beyond I know Harvey J K. who is a regular on this program? did a lot of work with Michael Brooks And don't know exactly what happened other than he died. It was announced this morning. I Know Sam Cedar did a beautiful tribute to him on his show at the majority report. Michael Burks was just thirty seven years old, and they said it was a sudden medical condition so I i. don't know what that means. All I know is. Another, Precious life was snuffed out and it's very sad and. I know I share a lot of shared a lot of listeners with him and. You know for those. For everyone I'm sorry for a lost. It's it's. You know I had i. do these music Monday things and I had this artist on last week, named Peter Hillman, and asked him to perform a song called impermanent things and boy at just the older we get, the more I feel that you know. Nothing lasts forever and. You gotTA. You gotTA. Take every moment and tell the people you care about how much you care about them and let them know you appreciate them. Because as I learned with my friend, Mitchell, Stolberg as I learned with my friend Jorge Rodriguez. As now. Many of us are learning with Michael Brooks. Sometimes. You don't get to say those things. It happens like that. And so I'm I'm very sorry for our collective loss. I'm sorry I didn't get to know Michael Brooks. He sounds like a pretty remarkable man. All right we're going to. We're going to move on because that's what Oh God. He had a blood clot in his throat. They are unsure if it was covid, somebody just posted on. On facebook Michael Brooks died yesterday. Sister called into this show to stay what happened? Wow, he had a blood clot nece throat. This you know and they're not sure if it was covert, related or not. You right now. You can't be careful enough and I gotta tell you I posted a photo. Just, the other day from when I went to get my latest scan. Some of you, long-term listeners may be familiar with the fact that I four years ago was diagnosed with lung cancer. August thirtieth will be the four year anniversary of my surgery and I'm lucky I'm very lucky in that. We caught it really really early so all I. All I had to have. was you know my left lung removed basically? But I didn't have to undergo chemotherapy or radiation again. I got very lucky, so. But I still you know they. They say although I'm cancer free. You go through testing. You get scanned. Regularly for five years once you're cancer free for five years. That's when they will finally use the other C word. cured. So. I've still got a year ago, but I did have my my. My consultation with the oncologist today to go over this the scans that I had done last week. And we're clear all clear good to go to more scans one more year, and then I can truly say fuck cancer well I say fuck cancer all the time anyway so. That's my good news to share for today all right? We got other news to share. So, why don't we just do it? Shall we.
"michael burks" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Guest today is Michael Burks who has over fifteen years of experience as a personal appearance agent who books top billing clients throughout their speaker conference convention circuits. He is going to share his inspirational story with us today. Welcome to my show, hello, how are you I am doing well? It's going to be such a great talk. Today. We were talking a little bit in the pre call there. Just just everything you do sound so fascinating to me so I know it's going to be a fantastic show. Now. What is a personal appearance agent? Well I represented a number of celebrities that I book for different types of appearances, basically I work with promoters, carrying the United States and Canada out basically all around the world to I basically book mostly conventions comecon where you know US liberties well meet their fans sign autographs for them. Take photos with them participating in a and then also I do various other types of corporate events where you know if it's like. A company of like IBM was having a Christmas party, or they're having a get together and they're having a corporate event and they WANNA have celebrity. Come in and do a meet and greet and do a little talk about their career, and then afterwards sign autographs, and take photos with you know certain VIP's from from the event and then also I do speaking engagements anywhere from where celebrity has some kind of Connection to one of my celebrities was a cancer survivor, so she speaks to a group of. People that are that are dealing with cancer issue. So and then there's other types of events where I will have a celebrity go to screen of one of his films, and they'll US screen the movie, and then afterwards he comes out, does like a cue, nate for about an hour and taking questions. How fines? The whole comic con thing that would be amazing for those people who don't know what that is. That's usually a big convention that even though it says comics. Sci Fi or anything that's culture. Yeah, best better to pop culture and I've never had a chance to go to one yet which I hope to in day, but I just can't imagine how much fun that would be not only for the participants, but also for the people who go in to slides. It's funny because right now with what we're dealing with the. Situation and and lot of these live events have either been either postponed until lady here or are re booking until next year, but right now I'm working on doing virtual conventions with promoters will sands will log into their computers. They don't have to leave their house. They don't up to get on a plane. They can sit in their living room and they they can interact with fans as well so. I. That's catching on I'm doing a number of events for with a a promoter here in the United States as well as now people in Europe that I work with one also do virtual one. That would make even more sense because yeah, since it's virtually you can do it. You can go to any of these conventions virtually. Right. That's really neat. How did you even get involved in a let me back what I love about talking to so many people on my show because I, hear all these different stories in the nuances of you just look around at everything in someone has created. Something or someone is a part of something like I'm looking at my house right now and I see a photo or I see clock or I see a lamp all that someone that's profession so I love it here this as well because it's it's. It's just so different than what I know. So how did you become a really finding how how it started first of all I was working in the entertainment field. Many many many years ago, I, you know. I'm originally from Toronto Canada. and. I actually won the green card lottery. APP One permanent residency in the nineteen nineties, and in Canada, I was working in the industry as well. I was working as a casting director, and I also used to book. extras for various films like the Police Academy Movie. I, I did the background actors on Moonstruck Button. H-share Nicholas Cage and everything, so it was. So I was already had a career in Canada and then I found out that I was I applied for this green card. Lottery, and then I found out that I won, and I was able to move to the united. States so I packed up everything and I got a job working with the casting director who somebody in Toronto new, who hooked me up here at the in Los Angeles and I started working at Universal and I was working on that I'm dating myself here, but I was working on shows like murder, she wrote. Diagnosis murder and I was also on the original Murphy Brown series. Yeah I was cast associate for several years on that show but what happened was I took a break from the industry I I didn't WanNa do it anymore. And I literally took two three years off. I did nothing I was. Involved with somebody else who made a lot of money, so I didn't have to work so staying home, and I was like cooking and cleaning and just enjoying. Relaxing and then all of a sudden. I got the itch to get back into the business, but I didn't WanNA. Get work as a casting director anymore. I didn't WANNA work as age entering like that I wanted to try something different and I was going to look to try to work as a publicist, so I looked in the trades, the Hollywood reporter back in the did this before everything was like all online, and I would look on the trades, and I saw this ad that said talent booker needed for live events and I thought that was interesting so. I. Answered the ad and I went and I met the CEO of this company and basically I at first thought when he was describing their event, they did conventions, and at first I thought it was like lookalikes. I thought I was looking celebre celebrity lookalikes for different types of appearances, and it turns out like they used to do. Star Trek, conventions and xena warrior, Princess, conventions, and stuff like that and the CEO said no, Yo. You did actually calling you know William Shatner's management checking has availability and let her name Roy and so. So on and he said A. Are you interested in something like that? And I, thought Oh yeah, sure because he liked my experience, because I worked in an agency, and I had entertaining experience in the past working casting, and so on, so what really got me the job was when we were talking, and then he said well do watch enterprise order deep space nine and I said no, what what's that and he said you're hired? Because he was getting people that would be like. Oh, I get to call Williams shot. Fans..
"michael burks" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"And serve them to me for many years on. Quite Nice really are just very drunk. That was the thing well enough enough. You know it's better to find out before the preferably a bit longer. It was about about six months ago. I found out that I'd made the right decision. Congress say people are still alive and well but I had made the right decision without knowing it. I'd actually say we're GONNA marry Fred West. But out of a few you with midge around the time of live yeah I was. I met him ringing from the Chinese huge own officer bigs drain and said I'm in. I'm just on the tube. Do you remember the with poorly as anyone under. Five's going to find this most days in the world. He's about hundred at this guy. Nice people will still alive. By the way and now he rang for Newcastle. Glenn said Oh. There's a terrible thing on the news. Have you seen it. And it was Michael burks report and he came back and said we're going to do something in bulb are going to do something. And then he started outed writing a song and then we had little studio in the bottom of the garden and I kept getting these messages on our arts machine saying. Oh Hi it's Paul Weller here. You can't come on Freud. Roydon going to be the highest ball known as a people pretending to be people and bringing up no notes there will come into the studio so the day some of them came to do a little bit prerecording. I was signing very much against the window. Go all these people in the and then I went to I was at the actual band aid recording wording which was amazing because the only people who were there who shouldn't be Noemi emporer and that was quite a thing because I knew this was something huge and I typed up. The words for the song was going to say the won't be snow in Ethiopia this Christmas time and then people worked out. That didn't quite scan rights so I've got the actual chill not people have been about my has but I've got the actual thing with Ethiopia Crow Stat in Africa retinue in Africa because Michael Majorities snowing around.
"michael burks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Nineties, and the opening of Coney Island a huge interactive maze w dot org slash events. I'm CBS twelve meteorologist, Michael Burks, spotty showers and storms roll through parts of the area through early and mid evening. Otherwise, partly cloudy overnight still warm and muggy with lows seventy two seventy five your body look for mixon shining, Pontius Thursday, forty percent chance for scattered afternoon evening, showers and storms with highs in the hot low nineties, your morning commute. Take get traffic and weather together on the fives mornings and realtime traffic anytime on eight fifty W, MTO dot com. It's Red Eye Radio. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day, whether Europe leave or just starting your day, welcome to the show from pilot flying j studios. This is Red Eye Radio. All across America and the world. Eight six six ninety redeye. Good morning. Thank you so much for being here. Good weekend down. What you did this weekend. I flew out Friday night, one to one to New York. All right. So I took the direct flight Friday nights. So I in about eleven o'clock. Right. All right. Dad was still up. Talked him for a little bit went to sleep soon as I woke up headed go right to my great, nephews basketball game plays it a AAU league for these ten for ten year olds nine and ten year olds. So what went to that, then we had at family brunch. Then after the family brunch was over from one of our favorite restaurants, after the family brunches over head to go back to his second basketball game. So then his second basketball game was when that was over went back to my parents house got an.
"michael burks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"michael burks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"The monday the south florida morning show with jennifer bill an inside look at what happened at the royal wedding because i was there the whole what i was there fake news the whole rundown of what really happened i wanna see if mr bean walked megan markle down the aisle like i wanted now that would have been a wedding it all starts at five thirty am monday right here at news talk eight fifty w f t l everybody i'm cbs twelve meteorologist michael burks guys mostly cloudy for the most tonight with a chance for a passing shower here they're scattered showers may become more numerous late tonight again with lows in the lower seventies mostly cloudy skies eighty percent chance for rain showers and thunderstorms on monday locally heavy in spots with a high near eighty this morning tweeted that he would demand on monday that the doj and the fbi investigate this spying on his campaign by the obama administration the department of justice spokesperson sarah florus issued a statement tonight that says the fall following the department has asked the inspector general to expand the ongoing review of the fis application process to include determining whether there was any impropriety or political motivation and how the fbi conducted its counterintelligence investigation of persons suspected of involvement with the russian agents who interfered in the twenty sixteen presidential election has always the i g will consult with the appropriate us attorney if there's any evidence of potential criminal misconduct you see what that says that the i jeez ready to blast komi and loretta lynch let's slow that down a little bit kick that can down the road let's give the i g a bit more power to investigate more things investigate our criminal activity can you imagine anything more absurd than the fbi being investigated for criminal misconduct by the fbi what is more absurd than having the department of injustice investigated for criminal felonious activity conducted against the campaign of donald john trump what is more absurd than the fbi being investigated for crimes by what the department of justice or by the fbi or by what how does that work this is getting absurd the deep state read the posting tonight on the drudge report by mark penn but the deep state is losing big time so if this is gonna happen tonight or tomorrow the department has asked.
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"Their cells swansea pummel them we had a pretty darn good clinton vessels what their souls about michael burks brother new york fire captain william burke was killed in the north tower that day adding we need to see their water call us to get an idea or a better idea of what their souls about captain burks name is inscribed on a memorial just a few floors below the art of suspected alqaeda operatives the defense department considers the art government property which it has the right to destroy burke thinks it simply needs to be balanced with images from the nine eleven attacks let's show the people trapped at the one hundred stories and there with the flames and smoke behind people tumbling through the air burke calls the show an outrage but thompson says it's simply a form of communication for men who have no other contact with the outside world kenneth greg cbs news new york up next planning a wedding is tough being a loyal on the cbs news weekend roundup doc washburn weekday afternoons on news radio one two nine karn on the cbs news weekend roundup steve dorsey british politicians are hammering president trump for his retweeting of several antimuslim videos british prime minister theresa may arrived in jordan on a threeday middle mideast tour of meant to bolster ties with the region but at her first press conference british journalists were primarily interested in her thoughts on president trump's reach tweets other inflammatory antimuslim videos posted by a farright group called britain first i'm very clear that retweeting from britain first was the wrong thing to do her comments come after her office said the same thing to which president trump pushed back tweeting don't focus on me focus on the destructive radical islamic terrorism that is taking place within the united kingdom we are doing just fine britain's ambassador to the us brought up concerns about the reach weight at the white house wednesday explaining that britain first is a hate group trump has since remove the videos from his twitter account which had been criticised for not being what they claim to be without defending the videos white house press secretary sarah sanders pointed to a general threat of islamic terrorism whether it's it's a real video the threat.