35 Burst results for "Michael What"
'The Devil's Triangle' Author Mark Judge Talks Threats of Extortion
"This is tough stuff. I mean, the idea, you know, lying, we know is wrong. Sexual assault. We know is wrong. Accusing someone of sexual assault, wow, that's huge. You destroy lives that way. So you Eric, excuse me for interrupting, but extortion is wrong. People were trying to extort me and Leland Kaiser. I was getting phone calls from a number in California, and I think we all know who it was. Trying to extort me and Leland Kaiser's friends from high school were saying, she's a stumbling block. Somebody has to give her a talking to and we better do something and we better threaten her because she's had an addiction issue in her past to back blasey Ford or else. So I didn't mean to interrupt her, but that's exciting. Well, first of all, interrupt. I'm the only one that's, as my audience knows, I'm the one doing all the interrupting. It's hard for me to shut up because I want to be clear, but you're not interrupting. This is, I want to hear you. But let me ask you when you say you think we all know who it was in California who's trying to extort Leland Kaiser or you. What do you mean? I don't know who we're talking about. Remember avenatti? Michael avenatti. The creepy. Now I can't prove that. All I know is I got a call on my birthday September 24th, very threatening saying you like to F with people. I like to F with people too. You better call me back. I told the FBI. The FBI has the part of the reason I'm going to interrupt forever is because I forgot, you know, I read your book. I read every word of it, but I'm forgetting stuff, but obviously now I'm being reminded. So you believe it was Michael avenatti. Anybody familiar if they read your book, and again, the book is called the devil's triangle. But if they read your book, or they know the story, they understand how involved he was and the players that were involved. But what you're telling me, Mark, what are you telling my audience is that you are basically threatened that you better play ball or we're coming after you. This
Top Analyst Forecasts Massive 2023 Bitcoin Rally, Updates Outlook on Ethereum and Cosmos
"8 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Top analyst forecasts massive 2023 Bitcoin rally, updates outlook on Ethereum and cosmos. A widely followed crypto strategist believes that Bitcoin BTC is gearing up for a massive rally next year. Analyst Michael van de poppy tells his 642,700 Twitter followers that he expects Bitcoin to ignite big rallies toward his targets of 42,313 and 50,324 by June 2023 based on key Fibonacci levels. Relief rally targets for the post top analyst forecasts massive 2023 Bitcoin rally, updates outlook on Ethereum and cosmos appeared first on the daily HODL.
MicroStrategy Founder Advocates Bitcoins Power in Recent Tweet
"7 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Micro strategy founder advocates Bitcoin's power in recent tweet. Michael saylor tweets no one can stop Bitcoin when the right time comes. He shares a list of countries with a percentage of crypto owners for October 2022. Sailor shares advice on how to purchase BTC during a bear market. Micro strategy founder Michael saylor recently tweeted that no force on earth can stop Bitcoin when. The post micro strategy founder advocates Bitcoin's power in recent tweet appeared first on coin edition.
A look at Week 13 of the NFL season
"NFL week 13 roundup, I'm Dave ferry. The eagles put a hurting on the Titans. Correspondent Michael luongo was there. The eagles got another big effort from quarterback Jalen hurts in the 35 Chan window with a Titans, hertz rapper, one touchdown through for three. For us to be successful as the team every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one. Joe burrow and sumaji P Ryan carried the Bengals offense in a 27 24 win over the chiefs, burrow threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, completing 25 of 31 passes for 286 yards and a touchdown. It's December now. This is when we start to turn it up. We just find ways to win these games. He beat the chiefs for the third time at his many meetings. P Ryan rushed for a season high 106 yards. Patrick Mahomes was 16 of 27 for 223 yards and a touchdown, and he ran for another score. The ravens and Bengals still share the AFC north lead. Craig heist tells us how. Back up quarterback Tyler Huntley kept all the 16 play 91 yard drive with a two yard touchdown run with 28 seconds to go as the ravens came from behind to beat the Broncos ten to 9. We were all talking to each other telling us, hey, we need points here. That's the only way we can win this game. So all us they come focused on the play that was called at that time and we just tried to execute the best way that we can. The Broncos defense committed two costly penalties on the final drive. The ravens are 8 and four, the Broncos fall to three and 9. The Vikings moved in other step toward an NFL north title as our Mike Moriarty reports. The Vikings held off the rally New York Jets at home by the final score of 27 to 22, receiver Justin Jefferson, who grabbed 7 bowls for 45 yards scored a touchdown with 8 and a half minutes left in the fourth jets were unable to score on their final two drives. Jet signal caller Mike white in for the second straight week was 31 and 57 for 369 yards, but through 200 shepherds including one to end the game. Minnesota running away with the NSC north won their tenth game while the jets fell to a record of 7 and 5. Adam splain saw the browns new quarterback make his team debut. Deshaun Watson completed 12 of 22 passes for a 131 yards and an interception in the browns 27 to 14 win over the Texans. 700 plus days since I played. So yeah, it's going to be it's not going to be perfect, especially planning December football where guys are week 14, week 13 and this is week one for me. Cleveland did not score an offensive touchdown, but was carried by two defensive touchdowns and a punt return for a touchdown. The forty-niners won a game and lose a quarterback. Ryan Leung has details. A forty-niners won their 5th straight game beating the dolphins 33 to 17. Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was out for the remainder of the season with the broken foot. His back up Brock purdy, the final pick in the 2022 NFL Draft was 25 of 37 for 210 yards and two touchdowns to get in and play and now, you know, starting next week and whatnot. You know, it's just something I've always looked forward to and I've honestly told myself that it's going to happen. The dolphins lost ended their 5 game win streak to what some of the viable was 18 of 33 for 295 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. The cowboys erupted for 33 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to close out a 54 19 pounding of the colts. Dallas took advantage of three turnovers by Matt Ryan in the fourth. When you turn the football over like we did in the fourth, it makes it extremely difficult to overcome credit to them for capitalizing on the opportunities, but yeah, that game turned quickly. He finished with three interceptions and a lost fumble. Malik hooker had the big play of the final period, returning a fumble 38 yards for a touchdown. Elsewhere, the Giants and commanders played to a 20 all tie, the Seahawks beat the rams 27 23. The Lions rolled to a 40, 15 pounding of the Jaguars. The packers scored the last 18 points in a 28 19 win over the bears. The Steelers down the falcons 1916, and the Raiders earned a 27 20 victory over the Chargers. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.
Cowboys score 33 points in 4th quarter, rout Colts 54-19
"The cowboys erupted for 33 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to close out a 54 19 pounding of the colts. Dallas took advantage of three turnovers by Matt Ryan in the fourth. He finished with three interceptions and a lost fumble. Malik hooker had the big play of the final period, returning a fumble 38 yards for a touchdown. Michael Gallup had two touchdown catches, and Tony Pollard had 91 yards on 12 carries for the 9 and three cowboys. The cults are four 8 and one overall, and one in three under new coach Jeff Saturday. I'm Dave ferry.
No. 4 Arizona rebounds from first loss, beats winless Cal
"Fourth ranked Arizona bounced back from its first loss of the season by holding off windlass cow 81 68. As you Umar ballo, combined for 42 points in 19 rebounds. To bellis had 25 points in 12 rebounds. We came here to Michael with different mindset. I could see that everyone had like angry look in their eyes and there were they were ready. Paula shot 7 for ten while providing 17.7 rebounds at four blocks. Devin askew had 25 points for the bears, who were zero one 9 for the first time in program history. I'm Dave fairy
Popular Analyst, Michael van de Poppe Marks the Targets for Bitcoin Relief Rally
"11 a.m. Saturday, December 3rd, 2022. Popular analyst, Michael van der poppy, marks the targets for Bitcoin relief rally. The post popular analyst, Michael van der poppy, marks the targets for Bitcoin relief rally appeared first on Cohen pedia FinTech news. Bitcoin price after being rejected at 17,000 at the beginning of the month has been attempting very hard to reclaim the levels at the earliest. Meanwhile, some analysts believe that, presently, there is no room for BTC to form the bottom, therefore the possibility of a rebound may be predetermined as the crypto space appears.
Hurts has 3 TD passes plus TD run, Eagles beat Titans 35-10
"The eagles got another big effort from quarterback jail on hertz and a 35 Chan win over the Titans, hertz rapper one touchdown through for three, two of those passes to AJ Brown, the other two though I take Smith. For us to be successful as a team, every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one. Miles Sanders had a touchdown run for the birds, Ryan Tannehill, had a fixed down password Tennessee in the loss. Michael Luang go, Philadelphia
Eric Holder "extremely concerned" about Supreme Court elections case
"The U.S. Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case that could dramatically alter voting in the next presidential election. This case stems from North Carolina where Republican efforts to draw congressional districts heavily in their favor were blocked by the state Supreme Court, the GOP has filed a challenge to a court drawn map, which produced 7 seats for each party. Their question for the high court Wednesday will be if the U.S. Constitution's provision that gives state legislatures the power to make rules about the times places and manner of congressional elections should cut the state court out of the process and they're seeking to increase the power of state lawmakers when it comes to federal elections. A prominent conservative lawyer Michael Ludwig calls this the single most important case on American democracy in the nation's history. Jackie Quinn, Washington
Pratt accounts for 5 TDs, Tulane tops UCF 45-28 to win AAC
"Tulane won the American athletic conference championship and a likely trip to the cotton bowl by booting out Central Florida 45 28 in the AAC title game. The green wave offense rolled over the night scanning 648 yards of total offense. Four of the 6 two lane touchdowns covered more than 40 yards, including three of Michael Pratt's four TD passes. That's huge. I believe the first conference championship. And we kind of set in stone after last season. We knew the goal at hand. Perhaps proof for 394 yards and ran for 48, including the game stealing touchdown, while Tasha spears rushed for 199. I'm Tom.
Kevin Lankinen makes 48 saves, Predators beat Islanders 4-1
"Matthew Shane had a goal and two assists as the predators won for the second straight night, four one over the islanders. Kevin Lincoln handled 48 shots in black the isles until Matt bar zell beat a midway through the third period. Philip forsberg and Roman yossi each had a goal on an assist for Nashville, which was coming off a comeback when it New Jersey. Michael Greenland also scored for the predators. Grand limit duchene scored into empty nets. The islanders have dropped two straights into four game winning streak. They've won just twice in their last 13 meetings with the predators. I'm Dave fairy.
Official says over 10,000 Ukrainian troops killed in war
"A top adviser to Ukraine's president, has cited military chiefs as saying 10,000 to 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the country's 9 month old struggle against Russia's invasion. Michael podolak has given new figures about Ukrainian soldiers killed in battle, while noting the number of injured troops was higher and civilian casualty counts significant. The rare comment is far below estimates of Ukrainian casualties from western leaders last month, general Mark milley, the chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, said as many as 40,000 Ukrainian soldiers and well over 100,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or wounded, he added that it was the same thing probably on the Ukrainian side. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Stamkos has assist for 1,000th point, Lightning beat Flyers
"Nicholas Paul picked up a pair of goals for the lightning and a four one win over the flyers. Paul scored late in the first period with his tenth goal of the season, his 11th came early in the second period with an assist from Steven stamkos who picked up his 1000th NHL career point. It's one of those things that I don't think hits you until a little later. But just to share that with the guys on the ice, that's something you never dream of as a kid. Ross Colton, Eddie and Cole also scored goals for Tampa Bay, Travis connecting scored for the flyers. Michael luongo, Philadelphia
Tucker Carlson: Apple Purposely Disabled AirDrop Feature in China
"Cut 66, Tucker Carlson talks about how Apple has limited the AirDrop feature in China, play cut 66. Earlier this month, Apple did the bidding of the Chinese government to crush domestic protests against the Communist Party there. Apple did this by disabling its permanent AirDrop feature in China. So why did Apple disable that feature in China? Well, because that feature permanent AirDrop allows iPhone users to communicate directly with one another without using the Internet or cellular networks, both of which in a totalitarian state like China are controlled by the government. And that's why when iPhone users in China began using permanent AirDrop to complain about the Communist Party, Apple just shut it down. Apple is now an active collaborator with China's police state. Someone emailed this freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Michael says, you need to move on from Apple products to set an example. That's fine. I acknowledge that. That's why I led with that. I didn't want to act as if I was immune from enriching apple's ability to grow very powerful over our country. And what's so illuminating for conservatives is that for years, we were always told that if we had free markets and lower taxes that things would solve themselves through natural competition and that rule is generally true, but what happens when a company itself begins to infringe on civil liberties? What happens when a company doesn't actually act in their best profit interest, but actually acts in their ideological interest? The CEO of Apple Tim Cook, he is far more interested. In protecting and preserving the Leviathan that Apple has become Apple, similar to Google, by the way, has become its own government. Now,
Mike Gonzalez on Hispanics and Identity Politics
"Made fun of you. I made a little joke in our green room earlier. I used the epithet, the adjective Hispanic, you wrote a book, let's put it up there the plot. This is your first blockbuster book, the plot to change America. How identity politics is dividing the land of the free. This book is a real glimpse behind the curtain mic of the kind of divide and conquer philosophy, which has gotten us to a place where you as a Cuban or a family from Cuba, if you fill out an official federal form, there'll be a box that separates you from me that asks you whether your Hispanic or whether you're non Hispanic, how much has this identity pot. Let's start with this. How much is identity politics left political parties and ideologues and radicals and borrowed its way into government. In fact, because Hispanic is not a race, it's a questionable by itself in the senses. They ask you, it's completely divides the country into Hispanics and non Hispanics. And I choose never to answer the question. This is obviously an artifact of the activists of the 1970s who insisted that the Census Bureau create this category. Just make it up. Yes, and when the Census Bureau, which at the beginning, now of course, the Census Bureau has been infiltrated. But back in the early 70s, they were quite reluctant to do this. And there's a very famous exchange, which I quote in my book, in which a director of the Census Bureau said, we have all the data that you need. We have the language to speak at home. The nation of origin, you know, we have all that and they activists said, we don't want the data. We want the group, create a category. Let's unpack that. So what is the objective of the activist in the 70s who say to the bureau, we don't care whether or not they speak Spanish at home. We want a label. We want a box. Why do they want that Michael? Well, it's because once you have a group that you can isolate from the rest of the country, then you have a victim who category. In fact,
Why the Crypto Contagion of 2022 Eventually Hit Genesis
"Let's just start with where we're at at the time of this recording, which is that the collapse of FTX and Alameda may be knocking over another domino or two. Namely, probably at this point, the crypto lender genesis. At the time of recording, it has not filed bankruptcy, and I'll just add the word yet. And in fact, The Wall Street Journal quotes a genesis spokesperson is saying our goal is to resolve the current situation consensually without the need for any bankruptcy filing. Genesis continues to have constructive conversations with creditors. So additionally, The Wall Street Journal reported that genesis had reached out to binance which declined and to private equity giant Apollo for either investment or to bid on their loan book. Okay, so knowing that this episode will come out next week. What do you think is most likely to happen with genesis and also to its parent company DCG? If you don't want to make a projection, maybe just talk about how you're thinking about contagion and crypto lending in general. Who wants to start? I'm going to just volunteer Michael. Okay. Michael. Good luck. Predicting one plus week into the future in this current market environment. Oh gosh. Well, I think it's interesting that we've seen complete silence on the DCG side. I think that the thing that we saw that was different with Alameda was Sam was actively tweeting. It was kind of crazy how actively used tweeting. And so I think when I think of what you should look for, it's who's not saying anything. And I've asked my friend to possibly be working on the financing what's going on. And the people who are working on it are dead silent. You can see their telegram. They haven't responded with it. They've been telegram in two days. That means they're all night working. So there's something going on in the background that there are. There is some type of financing trying to be done. It would take a traditional finance lender to step in here.
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism
"Years ago, I read some of E Michael Jones's books. And again, this is what Nick Fuentes is kind of following, right? I read some of his books and he wrote one called degenerate moderns. It was brilliant. He wrote another one about architecture and another one, I forget. But brilliant stuff, right? And so I visited him in his home and I didn't see the anti semitic side of him until right around that time, a friend of mine, doctor Jeffrey sat in over, wrote a brilliant book, he is a genius psychiatrist, he has a degree in quantum physics. One of the smartest people I know, not a Christian, but he wrote an amazing book from the point of view of a psychiatrist who had dealt with people struggling with same sex attraction. And it really an amazing, amazing book, sat in over his last name. And so I interviewed him and reviewed it ostensibly for E Michael Jones magazine. He hardly printed anything of what I wrote. He cut almost everything. And then he wrote a review that was effectively anti semitic. And I will never, ever, ever forget it. I read it and I thought, this, this can be, this is the whole, the whole review of this great book, which was homosexuality and the politics of truth by Jeff sat in over hinged on really an anti semitic idea. And that's when I realized 27 years ago, uh oh, I don't know that I can spend any more time. You're telling me Nick Fuentes who just had dinner with the president is following you, Michael. Right. That's right. And I'll just explain briefly to your readers. Michael Jones is a theological Jew hater. He doesn't hate them racially. He doesn't believe in Nazi crackpot racialism. He believes that any one of the Jewish people who does not accept Jesus is the moral equivalent of the sadducees and that he takes literally the statement, let their blood be upon us and upon our children. He channels the old old anti semitism of some of the church fathers and some people in the Middle Ages. He takes all that, not as a historical tragedy and abuse, but as an authoritative part of the Christian tradition. And he describes the Jews who did not follow Jesus as the synagogue of Satan and the mystical body of Antichrist. That has existed ever since the death of our lord. And as a sort of satanic counter church. And so he blames Jews for pornography, even though the Marquis de Sade was not Jewish. He blames them for abortion. Margaret Sanger was not Jewish. He manages to act as if the Jewish people by not accepting Jesus became Antichrist. And
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Kanye West
"Lot of people tune into this program because we want to help them process what's going on. So we don't have to talk about it right away. But I want to make it very clear. Nick Fuentes, bad. This is something this is an example of sloppiness and bad staffing in the Trump organization. Recently, Donald Trump had dinner with Kanye West. That's a mistake right there, okay? Kanye West, when he was preaching the gospel of leading powerful Christian services, there was hope that this man had had a profound conversion and might have a powerful impact on the culture. But you always be careful with zealous new converts. You don't let them take over. That's what happened among conservatives. We let the neoconservatives, a lot of them ex communists, they came in. They were super smart. They were super articulate. We let them come into the movement. They took over and put America at war in the Middle East for 30 years. You don't let it's nice at the town poker gets religion. But you let her be in the back for a while, I'd really assimilate. You don't let her start preaching sermons right up top and take over the church's budget. Letting Kanye West be a major figure among conservatives and Christians was always dangerous because the guys kind of like Elvis Presley kind of like Michael Jackson, a super rich super famous guy surrounded by yes men. Anybody who speaks realistically tries to whisper truth in his ear, he will send them away. He has no restraining influences. So he's going to do and say, crazy stuff. Like apparently Kanye is now endorsing the black Hebrew, Israelites. These are the people you see in Times Square with giant signs saying that Obama was literally the Antichrist and that blacks are the real Jews and that John, where did you, this is such bad news. And I feel bad. Listen, I love Kanye, he's a sweet soul, but he is clearly, he's got to choose and he does not just as you said, doesn't seem to have people around him to help him to let him know like don't get near that. And by the way, don't say anything infinitely stupid like the Jews or anything. I mean, it's just so sick when people say stuff like that. It's astonishing to me.
"michael what" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And we'll welcome back Sandra in Omaha Nebraska What's on your mind center Well since this whole thing started almost two years ago now I've followed every rule I've gotten every vaccine of water masks and sterile gloves any time I leave the house which is like once a week from groceries And my son and I both work for the same company which also insists that all we're taking every precaution and we want everybody back in the office He's a contractor not fully with the company yet They require him to show up And so somebody shared it with him and then he got it and before he realized he shared it with me And so we've all had COVID no I'm going to joy I love coughing You lose weight that way if you close off it enough and constantly It's not the way to lose weight but you know it is a way And the company is still in this kumbaya It's all come back to the office Yeah Not such a good idea Yeah And I'm a little tired of it because this is one of the richest companies owned by one of the richest men in the world So I would think when we've proven for two years that we can do the work for mom And I think we're happier doing so that they would at least bend their stiff spine just teeny light a little bit to let people actually do so safely from home But no no no That's not possible Yeah So you know it has bronchitis as well as COVID And you know he has to go back to work next week Amazing Because he had his legal 5 days off now It's amazing Santa thank you for sharing your story It's just these wild stories out there Michael in San Carlos California Michael What's up Hey Tom And thanks for taking the call Happy anything goes right at the listeners and happy new year's Thank you I wanted to see if I could possibly go down in history for winning your little contest the ongoing contest for Republican law that was put into place that primarily benefits the poor people and what do you got Well HR 29 12 which was passed by the 108th Congress with a law that was put in place by Frank Lucas he's a Republican out of Oklahoma That was in 20 2003 passed in 2004 It was on December 3rd 2004 Okay So this law was effectively to reaffirm the inherent sovereign right of the osage tribe determining phone membership and form of government So it was really kind of a correction that was done because back in 1906 is I recall Congress took that right away from the phase tribe in a law that was particularly directed towards that one tribal community And so it was a correction but obviously help these poor people that basically have this right taken away Yeah Well Michael let me check it out I wrote it down HR 29 12 2003 2004 Frank Lucas introduced it That would have been during the George W. Bush presidency I'm going to put you on hold so that Joyce can get your personal information so I can reach out to you via email or whatever If you want one but let me just do some fact checking okay Have a great weekend Thanks a lot Just hang on Joyce Michael's online 8 A margin in Wisconsin rapids Wisconsin a Margie what's up Hey real quick before I get on my point Breaking news Florida had 1 million home test kits expire in a warehouse the last week of December Wow How can you post I called using vaccination status as a criteria for admitting to limited resource beds I eat triage I see this at no differently than if I need a lung transplant I will be denied one Yeah if you have lung disease and you are smoking and you want to get a lung transplant you've got to quit smoking If you've got liver disease and you're drinking they will not give you a liver if you keep drinking It seems like there's adequate precedent here Yes So why should somebody who is not taking the vaccine which has been proven safe and effective Why should they get to take resources away from people who are being responsible Yeah I'm with you Absolutely with it Thank you very much for the call margin Eric and Erie Pennsylvania Eric what's on your mind Hey John real quick Next week everybody in the audience We need to start dialing directly The photos channel and whomever is your cable provider If Chris Cuomo can lose his position over some minor advisory comments to his brother and Sean Hannity there are number one hours or big money maker Has to be held to at least a similar standard And we know tax will never fire in But our cable providers everyone who allows this for profit Kool-Aid machine to call itself news I want to directly call your representatives This is a propaganda operation that's devoid of news credibility so they should at least be required to pay used from their run by billionaires for the interests of billionaires I mean let's be very clear about this And this is red handed is where we're going to catch them So now it's time to talk about.
"michael what" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"They wouldn't get involved in election shenanigans. Oh they're above board. The democrats would never cheat no. Oh it's the big lie the big lie. Don't you love that phrase. it's like a tick. These people's like wh who is remembered. The dustin hoffman movie. Rainman o'clock time for judge. Wapner time mclean. Five o'clock gotta watch judge wapner. He used to he. He was like an idiot savant. Right was that the is that the expression i think and and he and he would repeat these phrases so that's what they do now the left. They're like they're like parrots big lie. Big lie no evidence of widespread. No widespread evidence probably always say widespread. Because that's very important now if you win a presidential election by taking a few thousand votes in arizona for example well that wouldn't be widespread. That's just a few thousand votes. How many biden win by in arizona. Just a few thousand. So that's what these bums do they. They hang their hat on the phrase widespread election fraud. We all know that. What's the definition of widespread. They won't tell you. Michael says he can tell us. Hey michael what is why grant election. I was gonna ask you for the deshaun definition of widespread. You just kinda answered my question for me if it isn't it true if it's just a few thousand out of millions cast will that wouldn't really be widespread right. You know might just be enough to win one percent. It could change the election but one percent. Obviously according to the left is not widespread. That's the game they play. That's the rhetorical trick access and abc. Cbs nbc and cnn. And all the rest of these corrupt bums do and if you think california is immune from election shenanigans. I got. I got.
"michael what" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Am the answer. Let's see what you think if sars whether whether or not the president is going. Donald trump is going to run again. Michael what do you think he's going to run again. Am i on the radio. I don't know are you on the radio. i'm on the radio. The radio you congratulations. You're on the radio. I'm great michael. How you doing sir. Oh it's a beautiful day out in california but we need trump back as president. Well it's going to be an even more beautiful day of larry elder becomes governor. What do you think. I would say every republican step in the right direction. So you like. You'd like the idea that sean spicer is right. He's going to run. You think you'll win. Well you know. I wanted to ask you really get our president back. Yes we do the simple answer. Yes we do. We have to wait till twenty twenty four. We gotta wait till september fourteenth tomorrow. Hopefully she larry. Larry elder be elected. We gotta wait for the midterms twenty twenty two and then we gotta get trump back in the white house. Twenty twenty four. How about mary mary. What do you think is Trump could've run and is going to win. He would definitely with ballots. That have been turned in by the post office. What what what. What do you do with that. So if you're worried about election integrity what do you do. You stay home on bladder girl. You gotta you gotta vote and you gotta vote. You got vote enthusiastically and get everybody else to vote. Eight hundred six. Five five mike speed..
"michael what" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To Greg. It appears every Monday and Greg has been helping us navigate as we're coming back to work in Covid. But Greg, Here's the thing. Um People thought they would be going back to work after Labor Day. But now what are you hearing? Are most companies saying, you know, let's put this off a little bit because of this delta strain of the virus. Absolutely most companies, I think, foolishly said that we were planning to open in September, and we're going to delay that until October and then quickly realized trying to put a target date on this particularly only moving in a month out. Doesn't make sense. So now you're finding employers saying not until 2022 not even picking a time within 2022 but saying for the rest of this year, definitely not, And we will reevaluate as circumstances change and communicate then. So, yes, most employers now who who said they were reopening in September and are delaying or just saying sometime in 2022. So, Greg, what happens if some employers are saying you've got to come back to work? And if people pick up Covid if they get the delta Strainer is the employer liable for that? If they pick it up, Um because they pick it up from someone at work. Is that the question? Yeah. If you go back to work, and you get covid. Well, you know, you'd have to. You'd have to be able to demonstrate that you got covid from somebody at work and that the employer, um, did something reckless in terms of not creating a safe environment. And then you'd have to tested in court because that hasn't been tested yet. So, um, so sure That's one of the concerns that employers have about what protections do they have? What liability do they have? Which is why you're seeing so many employers saying, You know what? We're going to play it safe. We're going to require vaccinations. We're also going to put other sanitary sanitizing measures in place to make sure that you know we are creating a safer workplace as we can, per the government guidelines and Beyonce So, Greg as we mentioned, you have go to Greg every Monday, and what I like to do is I like to read the questions that are asked you, but I don't want to see the answers because I try to play along now. I thought this was a great question that you are asked this week. It says one of my employees trash the company on social media to have the right to fire him. My reaction would be yes, but I'm not so sure. What are the legalities here? Michael. What do you think that to make that a quiz question. Okay. Yes or no? I would say if you trash your employer that I think you can be fired. Yeah, I agree with that. Yeah, Generally you can. So people have this mistaken impression that the First Amendment protects you like your free speech. You can you can trash or employer, But your employer has the right to, um, say, Okay, Well, if that's how you feel about us, you're harming our reputation. If you don't like working here And then we We don't want you to work here. Now. There are some exceptions. So you can't be fired for making truthful statements about working conditions like if there are unsafe working conditions or if you're reporting abusive behavior, or you want to express your support for a union or something like that, because you think the employer is in treating employees well. You can't be fired for those reasons. But if you just don't like your employer, you think your boss is an idiot. You think the company doesn't pay well and and you? You're harming their reputation. An employer can say. Okay, Well, thank you for sharing your feelings, and now you need to work somewhere else. But Greg, what happens if your co host is an idiot and you? You call him out on that? That's I think that's all valid. I think you get raised for that. I think it depends on how much support you have for your point of view within the workplace. Hey, Greg, I do. I do want to ask you something, though about social media. Years ago, when I was at the post when Twitter became a big thing, they wanted me to start tweeting stuff and they gave me this. They gave me this form that and it said, If you tweet something that damages the company or is an embarrassment, we can fire you and I never tweeted because I thought, you know what I write a column for the Post. It's vetted by three editors and four lawyers. And if I'm sued for it, the company stands behind me. And I thought I am just not going to be out there tweeting up a storm and having a good time stuff that I tweet. You know, at a bar at two in the morning that I think is hilarious could be offensive in the cold light of day. Yeah. Exactly which is why, uh, you should everyone should be very careful about what they tweet about their company. Every company does that they you know, they say if we want you to tweet, but there's certain parameters around it. Now, If your tweets are vetted by the legal department, then you don't have anything to worry about, because that's the company saying we Support this tweet. So if it backfires on the company that's on the company, not on you. Brahma. Greg Gene Brandi, He writes the career advice column for The New York Post. Go to Greg every Monday, and this question was interesting. But I didn't know why. It was such a dilemma. So someone wrote into you. I quit. My job do do do do an abusive boss. How do I explain this to prospective employers? Is it really that difficult? You just well, I quit my job. My boss was abusive. Well. The problem is that people don't want to appear negative on a job interview, because if you start saying you didn't like your boss that raises some red flags with most interviewers. Typically, you don't want to be negative about your prior employer. When you're on a job interview, so I would avoid Explaining anything negative about your prior employer. Now the question will come up. Okay, Well, you just quit. That will raise a doubt where you fired So you can come up with a credible reason why you left without complaining your to your employer, particularly in the last two years that the environment we've all been living under and working under. If somebody were to say something like, Hey, you know what? After everything, and the time with the company and what we've all been through, I wanted to take a reset. Figure out what I really wanted to do next. Didn't want to do that. While I was working, I have the luxury of being able to take some time off. And now I'm ready and then launch into why you want to work for that employer while you're ready and all the positive things about your background, But don't don't go negative. It doesn't work. Now. I think you're right about that. Yeah. You don't want to interview anyone who is going to be Debbie Downer, I guess, uh, to use an old phrase. So all right, Greg. Gene Brandi. He writes the career advice column for the New York Post. Go to Greg appears every Monday. Thanks a lot, Greg. We'll talk to you next week. Take care. Good stuff, Greg. Thanks. A pleasure. Thank you. Bye bye. Did you ever have a job interview line in your life? That's a gram. Yeah, I guess I have, but I don't remember. I mean, I I remember having a resume after, uh early in my career, You know, he's just kind of your job and what you did kind of spoke for itself. I remember auditions. But not actual job interviews. That's a great question, Michael. No, I don't. I don't recall great question to which Joe he has no answer to get back to you again. Never report on that. But I thought I gave correct gave the correct answer. I don't remember releasing. Oh oh, that's an answer. Lend that you can use many times in your life right now. I'm sure and I have covered coming up next. Can you drive? Well, you're naked. One lady did and well, we'll see what happened to her. Plus, we have our morning show recap that is all coming up next day since I've been consuming over 31 whole ripened fruits and vegetables every day. I'm feeling great. That's why I tell everyone about balance of nature's fruits.
"michael what" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I see trees of green. Red roses too. I see them bloom for me and you and I think to myself what I wonderful I see skies some bling and drives some white The bright Blessed day, Adele. Yes. Goodnight. Are you ready? You get 12 drawers. All you need is one to spring. You, Michael Michael, What does it matter? Does it really matter? I'm the one that's living this nightmare, not them. If it was for real, how would scare But it's not for real, Michael. What they're doing. They can. They can pass all the judgments they want to me. But they will. In the end, God tells you do not judge others because I will judge you. But Adele, wouldn't you like to know how an objective audience of our listeners because they don't know about your case, and you have then take them in. Tell us I'm not about when they're Michael. What are you answering pictures of my family? My mother and my father pictures that I will never have started that he could burn him. He spoke my college books. My my, uh, my my work stole everything that he could pick it and burned it dead and other people's trash cans and then call the cops to guide the trash can so that I couldn't get my step out of the church camp. This is why I go through Michael, and you want me to be friends with a roasted doctor that stop time? I I didn't say friends with somebody that has tried to get into my bank. It's not knowing that I had very little money to live on. And I share with the people that I love that are being located in the drugs and like Colonia. His supporters see the windy drugs have to look. That's Enrique. Ramon. You potted up, Enrique Winter, Ramon. That's Enrique. You put a deal back in action hurt that. No. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Ramon is pointing up the wrong one in English. Who was the juror? That was up. Okay? We're going to juror number five. David, What is your height, weight, age and religious affiliation again? European? You don't mind that you've got Enrique partner 200. I'm Caucasian and I'm Baptist. All right. Can you be fair and objective in making an impartial in making a ruling on a Hispanic woman, Adele in a case involving a black woman and her family, an illegal alien family, Enrique and his family And Anthony, a white racist drug dealer. Absolutely. Okay. What is your ruin? Adele, please let him finish. Well do not means well, I'm sure but she she's totally guilty. She needs anger management. Okay? And she probably needs to get a diagnosis to see if you get the furnace. What were some of you to? And the name of Jesus and open World beauty. Adele, Adele. Adele. Hold on. Hold on. I have to, like the Bible tells it to. I know the Bible, Michael. I'm not dumb. I'm not stupid David or some of the factors Sister Jean have got in coming to the conclusion that you did, David, What were the factors whose testimony affected you the most honestly, uh, she herself. Yourself in it. Uh, you know some of the issues that helped you and What? We're okay. You look into fragments that I've given. I haven't given you the Anthony to be a credible witness a lie. Anthony, did you believe Anthony? David? Did you believe Anthony? Did you find him to be credible Story was a little A little different, but I would say yeah..
"michael what" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Know what to study? I just think it a party But now we're up to dance. Go back tonight. It has raised just kept them. It's a place where any just adjusting now I want to take you away into the music daily Anything. Just assume, like the breaking told us Keep all back and don't stop them, Mills. I came into the lady just can't refuse. Like know where your soul people Hazel's got people stop the Caesars happen. Baby, I You ready? Because I can go. Oh, don't you feel the passion ready to go? Goes on my team is stolen has to know this is a bad show. Do you know? It just got I just give him a party. But now we're in the dance floor. Acting 90 has a room away. It's just that the music great with honey. Just addressing now we're face to face to take you into the losing headed Never school. It's like, okay, get sold happens, please. Stop the Caesars Mills Understanding sound of Michael. What happened? Got the music days. Don't stop the music. Gonna take me will make even taking 60 days. Feels like the way you're doesn't people. Come on. Excuse me day. Let me say just do backed. Okay, you keep easels. Stop the Caesars Music something.
"michael what" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Making sure that you know that joey crawford refereed this game because he's gonna make himself part of the game. According to him he thought that. Joe that tim duncan was laughing at him and so that's why he gave him a technical according to tim. Duncan join crawford also offered to fight him basis. Do you want what do you wanna fight. tim duncan is the most the most bland and boring player in nba history. His nickname six thousand feet. Oh man basically. His nickname was the big fundamental because he did everything fundamentally super well but he had no flash to him whatsoever so the fact that he's the guy who gets subjected for the one time he objected in his career is for laughing on the bench is just fantastic. The epilogue to the story is that Tim duncan was fined. Twenty five thousand dollars from the league for a physical abuse Joey crawford was suspended for the rest of the season. Oh so this is the one time where the whole objection blew up in the referees pyre whoever space awhile yeah that's interesting because that's the only time the first time it's i've probably could think of a couple of times or umpires have been given some time off because they didn't handle the situation. Well i can't think of another time where someone was recently sat down for the rest of the season. Yeah well. I'm i'm really kind of on pinson neal's because we're going into the last round and there has not been any wrestling and i know umpires wrestling was. The topic wasn't sports in quotation sports entertainment. The jackson and i guess in wrestling the physically jackson's happen all the time. Literally over the top of the rope. Yeah we'll see we'll see what happens. So michael what is your last choice. Mine last choice. I do not have a specific person. I have the actual physical movement of throwing somebody out of the game. Okay by a sports ejection by it is so unmistakable. Someone takes their finger points. I'm they're just like points at the person didn't do that. One and then they literally they throw them with the the power of their finger ardinger. They are ejected from the game. And then either. Somebody loses their mind most the time. Nobody likes being thrown out of the game..
"michael what" Discussed on Latino USA
"Members began to reclaim the word and call themselves charles brown bronze sculpture or the world or all of north america before all our brothers on the continent we are a nation. We are union of bree pueblo. We are gone today. We are exploring the term trailer which just really quickly she got in case. You're not familiar with the term typically refers to people of mexican descent born in the united states she next identity as it is often called today is centered around social justice and indigenous pride. Okay so back to jolo after learning about the origin of the term. I wanted to know if mexican today. Still new the racist history behind this word so i reached out to michael. This a former gang member turned actor. Who's pretty much who you'd picture when you think that will mexican toil michael flora's. I'm an actor producer director creator. Michael identifies as a cha and doesn't try to hide it. I'm proud to be a charm proud to be someone who says. Hey you know what. I grew up that way and this is who i am today you know. So yeah i'm i'm proud of it. You know michaels from south central los angeles. he's six foot two has a bald head a goatee and a body full of tattoos. He someone that most people would find pretty intimidating but is actually a real sweetheart. Get to know him yet. So michael what is being mean to you. Tunnel is a lifestyle channel. Is the way you carry yourself. Being a also territorial. No you have territories where you can't go or something could happen. So yeah i think and then the pride you know walking with pride while your head of your body's trade you know finding finding the power you know of being total night. Goes home where they know what i am like. Damn that trouble. I mean the shoot. Sometimes people move out of the line. I'm like you can stay in line. You know what. I mean is cool. I'm not gonna take your wallet or none of that stuff. But no those are things that people identify as as you know the for someone who beat you up and i new in do that. You know what i mean. But that's what it was. Michael what does it mean for you then to not just be someone who identifies as a chore but Have been a gangster. Also like i made mistakes. I went to prison for eight years. You know what. I mean For being in a gang. I still identify with my heard. Because that's where i've been for my whole life you know So i'm not active anything like that but you know i still have it all over my body you know. And there's times were I'm filming something. Someone would walk up with me with a gun. And i'm not paying attention real life cock gun in front of me. Put it a chance and be that where the fuck you from like. Hey man. I'm filming a movie. It doesn't matter how old i am. It doesn't matter. I'm in someone else's neighborhood. I'm in a violation. I need to tell those guys. Hey i'm here as an actor. Many of the roles michael has played have either been in inmates or villain or something along those lines so i asked him what he thought. Those rules say about be prisoner always hiring to be a gunman a all these things. That i would never do. But i'm hired to do you know or written for here but what i'm also doing is creating movies with charles like comedies. They scientific laws. I just created a central. 'cause you know we just have to change the way people think of. I wanna do funny stuff. I want to give people an opportunity to see. That chose can make you laugh. That's one of our jobs. One of our jobs is to change. The we channel is used. I think our job is to show them the ansaldo's bad i think it's on us the changed ed.
"michael what" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Time for us to take take off our alternative identities. I'm i ball soi. Menendez pierre czyz. French but guest host who is going to employer download for anthem review. Best episodes of the podcast. All right enough enough of that. I go to pass the torch to michael michael. What is your ultimate at entertain. Hey nickerson is richard paul. Nobody wants that. i don't even want. That is my main booth zona much less much less than alternate one. Let me tell you about how i understand. I'm trying to think of what are the exact opposite. Thinks that michael ever says let me try. Let me tell you how. I understand courts and Great i am at all these different things polling true. That having children love him sports sports watching i did. I got richard. I'm ready meet. Ab sports. You're really good at watching sports. It's good well. I can be extended for ten weeks. A porthole sport. Because you'll be good. And holing if you take on richard. Are you going to talk about. How great yard cornhole. Because i don't remember that today. The only sport i know that i'm better than you corner push ups. I have the world record so there is no way you have the world record a quarter for ships. I pretty shirts me. Pretty.
"michael what" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"7, 46 many years. Look at what's trending many what you got for me, a seven year old central Florida boy lucky to be alive after he narrowly escaped being crushed in a garbage truck. Boy boy climbed into a garbage dumpster in his grandmother's home. Then the truck came by dropped him into the back boy later saying he thought he was quote going to be smashed Potato. Later, the driver. Luckily, the driver saw the boy and the trucks. Surveillance camera is switched off the blade. Check out more of this story on the front page, Jimmy a wi and calm So many things that Republicans say a third party is needed. Well, too, with the Gallup Poll says that straight ahead coming up, but well, you know, next half our seventh Noah 77 51 will do that for you. And you tried to get 7 50 Israel 16 Wi OD Working. It's hard enough Getting your favorite podcasts shouldn't be Alexa play w Y O D on my heart radio. You're saying here you go. Mortgage rates still at beyond historically low levels, Freddie Mac said. They are among the lowest in the 50 years. They've been doing the survey. I know because I called my friend Michael Kansi, a choice mortgage just a few weeks ago, I said Michael What kind of interest Right could you get me if I refinanced right now? He asked me literally five minutes worth of questions, said Man, your prequalified. How about this for an interest rate for your mortgage? And I started doing a little dance because I realized that this year I'm going to save thousands of dollars in our mortgage payments and the moon rose household, and that's gonna be good for all of us. How about you? Have you refinanced? Are you paying anything more than I don't know the twos. In your current interest rate. If not call Michael Kansi today See how much money could save you saying for you if you're still renting? What do you paying 1525 $100 or more a month. By your dream home Right now you can lock in.
"michael what" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"This is the green and I'm the publisher of Telecom reseller. And today I'm with Michael Stahl is the Vice President of Sales at starfish Michael. Thank you for joining us today. Yeah, thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm glad to be here. I'm delighted to be able to bring everybody a podcast to a very large block of a readers people that are using Cisco and we're going to be talking about the situation simplification management of Cisco collaboration Solutions right into that topic and a second Michael. What is starfish? Yes, those starfish surface Associates is the name of our family of what he calls us starfish, but we're a software company that's been around for sixteen plus years and our core focus in May statement is around helping Enterprises to streamline.
"michael what" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"That's decadent mortgage talk and text line at the Super Bowl halftime performer was the weekend who is a Canadian pop singer. I think the guy's talented, I don't think there's any question about that. But that Super Bowl halftime show, at least in my opinion was just awful. Before you're the phones, Jeff, the halftime show was terrible, Jeff during halftime, our furnace stop working. We enjoyed the cold more than the halftime show, Jeff, I thought it was a total waste of time. Even the dog wanted to go for a walk, and it was eight below zero. Jeff, the people looked like they were wearing jockstraps on their face. Jeff, There have been worse ones. Okay? Jeff was the dumbest thing I ever saw. That's 14 minutes of my life that I will never get back to have sorry. The music was a trade. I think the music was a train wreck called. It's the texture, the banner America the beautiful and especially the halftime. I know I didn't mind. I thought America the beautiful was well done. And I didn't mind The Star Spangled Banner, but half time and again this is I'm not knocking the performer unnecessarily. But I mean, I think back to some of the incredible performances Super Bowl halftime, including Lady Gaga a few years ago, Prince that I thought was just absolutely outstanding. And I'm not a huge fan of Prince. But I don't know the train wreck If he thought that this was going to enhance his brand and make people want to run out and see him in concert. I don't know, at least that would make me want to run out. See him in concert hate 5561616 20 Marcus on the North side market share in WTMJ. Hey, thanks for taking my call Jeff and I am 1000%, which is her in the greens with you. I watched five minutes of it right And it was just like Wasn't a Frankenstein movie. I was looking at those. Michael What is this? And then the fact is fourth in the genre with the different color configurations and the people. I didn't understand me. You know, after I had enough, I went and got more snacks. So that's what I felt about it. You are one point today I didn't understand what I was looking at. I think what's it? What the heck is this? I mean, I do could have just Is that the guy can't go into the second. They got the second half their brand down the field. Probably did him or better job. Well, e don't know, Marcus. Thanks for calling me. I mean, I don't know. I mean, people have different tastes and stuff, but I do. Where I was kind of watching it In the beginning, and again. I was having trouble with the sound. I think it was mixed really poorly, and the lip sync looked off to me. And that was kind of off putting, But I was trying to listen to music was having a tough time with that. But then he right when when you got into the thing where all the people for all that the dancers that were dressed up like him, except they had their masks wrapped like they were the involved in like bad cosmetic surgery, or they're coming over Burn unit. I admit I thought that was really, really weird. And then I thought it went downhill from there. Dan in Milwaukee, Daniel Wtmj Good afternoon. Good afternoon. I did not like it. But I knew the artist before And so I knew what was gonna happen. And I What happened was pretty much where I thought I didn't like the guy's music beforehand. There was no surprise but everybody likes something different. I'm 66 years old, now a teenager, they probably would have loved it, but anyway highlight the Who's Super Bowl. McCartney, the Rolling Stone Super Bowl halftime shows, but everybody likes something different. That's all I wanted to say about well think they know what you're right. I mean, it's everybody likes something different, and that's why I started off this conversation by saying, I really try to be open minded on this stuff. And and And how many times can you have Paul Paul McCartney put on a great half time show? Paul McCartney is from my era. So who would be like that The Rolling Stones would be like that, But I understand you have toe constantly change and that's on me. I thought Lady Gaga was great of a few years ago. I mean, I thought Lady Gaga was really great, and I understand it's also tough to do it. I just think, and I'm not knocking the guy's performer. I just don't know that much of his music, but I in the reviews, I always reads it. Sounds like the weekend is a very, very talented performer. I just don't think that show worked out. Jeff, this is Tom. I thought the show was terrible. First. What did you spend seven million won? I didn't see a ton of props. There was a little bit of lighting people dancing in some sections. It was so dark. You couldn't tell what he was doing in the Music. Jeff, My son, Um, said I didn't appreciate art. It was it was his joke. You have my husband of thought, and I thought it was the worst. We thought the jockstrap guys were bizarre. And after texting our three kids, they and their spouses saw the same. Um, let's see. Jeff. Why did he put $7 million of his own money into the show? He did that. Let's see Jeff, I was wrong. I was almost wishing for a wardrobe malfunction. Jeff halfway through it. My wife and I looked at each other and said, What was that all about? I thought it was a terrible show. Jeff. The music had positivity. Um uh, And fireworks. And I think it took people away from all the stress. You know, I just don't know that I think people were going. What is this all about? Horrible, horrible, horrible. Halftime show. The words were indiscernible and a bunch of guys with underwear on their heads. I thought Woz absurd. I do think. I do think that they had the mix, which was tough, and I think that you know, however, they decided to that Jeff the sound was horrible. He's a much scent. Better singer than when was on what was on TV. Yeah, However, however, they did the sound. I don't think that they Helped him when it was done, my wife myself and my family. We kind of looked at each other. And we were like, What was that confusing? Maybe dizzy when the camera was following him through, Um Jeff. The weekend is great, but I thought from beginning there was a poor choice. It's a Super Bowl halftime show is generally someone well known to the older viewing demographic. The bandages were statement understood by his audience. Jeff I thought the Super Bowl halftime show was okay, but there could have been a better act that we were like by a larger set of the audience, but it did allow me to send out a few e mails while the performance ran in the background..
"michael what" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Manos, blah, blah. Well, No, but it's not that bad. You better go find happiness boys up on my CV. Yeah. My boys. I got that lead up there that I see. It was my home. He's not at the moment. Don't wanna see my eye. No, This is my matter, honey. Mother Deeply, God thing. Yeah. I don't like that again today. They must get better. Oh, my God. Did you know Michael What do you want to let? You know? I don't know. I'm down. Okay, There's nothing here later. My name something by the money to make. They got the money, man. Yeah..
"michael what" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"We're just looking fine, You know, really with combinations. They're not used to being out there. You didn't find it. The embassy, where the defending champs almost stole one from the sixes before Tobias Harris save Philly on Wednesday, and a one point win back into the Lakers. Back to back did not include Anthony Davis did include a game Pistons team. Here's LeBron with the ball dribbling in the left faceoff When I'm winning, it's Josh Jackson. Brian takes him right to the front of the rain fell in a bucket. Michael, What else can this guy do? Seven of seven. He's got 19 points in 13 minutes, you will must born early. You know, we didn't have many things that nature Someone tried to implement my guys. My guys involved in the game right on the right sideline work his way in, kicks it out Ellington for three and eight fairies and 98 87 That's gonna lead the way. Laker time out. Holy mackerel thing without Anthony's. We're just looking to find a rhythm with combinations are not used to being out there. We didn't find it. Come on, right, pick and roll with lovely and he'll lay it up it in for one whole 4 87 lead another time out at a 16. Nothing run. Everything does everything. That's all those professionals. You know, we gotta remind freshman buying question, Mr Kane. Go out there and put together a 48 minute game. But I wasn't gonna last couple games getting better inside of them. They have like Griffin at 23 Pistons took advantage of eighties absence and one.
"michael what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The mask with our time was actually just thinking was always detective. Anything. Um, What's the thing, though? That worries just last question, Michael. Um I love your optimism, too. And I love Your realism. Um, What's the one thing that that worries you just a little bit here and just got about a minute left? I think that you know today with the new No change in Washington, you know, a dark cloud has been lifted on. I think we can see so little bit of sunshine. We can see hope and decency, hopefully and sense of optimism about United States is a great place in New York is a fabulous city. New York is going to come back. Way we've gone through a rough period on I just think that we should look forward with great sense of positivity and optimism. Unified Trust one another. Um, uh, you know, so, Toto, but so oxes around back, which is good, not on that which is which is not so good, be positive and build a sense of community. The one thing called it has demonstrated is that we're all interdependent. That happens. It won't part of the community effects every other part. We've all been affected by this. We have to bring back that positive sense of community where united With Americans with proud with positive and there is nothing that we cannot cannot cannot achieve here here. Little music to take you out there. There's gremlins, I think everywhere. Um, Michael, what a nice way to wrap it up there..
"michael what" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Yeah, that's a good idea. That's a great idea, Man. Never give me a light way. Give the current score card Joe. I think that would be so. Yes, Let's recap. Let's give you the current score. Recapping the score, Len and his teammates seven wins. Michael and his teammates four. Jeez, lens. I'm put me in the dust here. You get smaller and smaller and lens rear view minute window. Mirror everything is somebody better help you get some help, Quick. Michael, What was it now? Michael? Before we go, you were talking about all the great comic books you have. And if you have to climb over the apes, or what's that other thing you had, like film monsters? What is that fame? Well, we'll ask your Newmar about this. Our movie guy. He'll be here at 9 35 famous monsters of Filmland wildly popular came out in the fifties before my time, but I was still going in the seventies. And at all the classic movie monsters, and there they would interview the people created them or the actors who played them and head right behind the scenes photos of all the horror movies and what I loved After church on Sunday, my father would take me to the five and the drugstore. The cigar store used to be the newspaper and cigar store Jenna CEO and I would get to buy the new edition of Famous Monsters. I loved it looked forward to it everywhere. Every weekend. Some kids what baseball cards and he brought comic books about monsters, you know, explains a lot. The job. I'm just shaking my head here. I mean, what I like this guy had no. Let me just tell you something. If you had the first edition of the famous monsters, comic book, which is about 5000 brand on the market right now, so 100,000 Bill, probably you. Right. OK up next. What is the Alexandria? Alexandra Cozzi of Cortez. What is she saying about reining in the media? This censorship headed our way from the fascist left. We'll find out we get back. I'm burning brighter with Owuor traffic.
"michael what" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"At the barracks room. Michael What is Justice Department doing about arresting those that were involved with the the the attack on the capital? Well, they've already announced the dozens that have been charged in the days since the mob stormed the U. S. Capitol disrupted the certification of the presidential election results. We know that Ah few of the rioters were out there and kind of anecdotal stories on social media that we're seeing like, for instance, writing but also wearing their companies badge to be able to get into work. Have been fired from their places of work. But the Justice Department officials have announced the arrests of three on Saturday, the highest profile accused writers, including the guy who was dressed like a barbarian with the horns and the fur and all of that Jacob Anthony Chance. Lee, also known as Jacob, and Jelly on social Media, he actually turned himself in to the FBI's Washington office on Thursday. You saw the guy who was walking around with Nancy Pelosi's a lectern. From Florida. There, Adam Christian Johnson has been arrested and charged. You're seeing Richard Barnett, The guy who kicked back in Nancy Pelosi's desk, put his feet up and apparently stole a piece of mail from her desk, hey, has been charged and arrested as well. He's scheduled to appear in federal court tomorrow, ultimately, according to reports to be extradited back. Washington, D, C and Jimmy There's a couple of others that Derrick Evans, who resigned from the West Virginia House of delegates Saturday, he stormed the capital and faces federal charges. He's somebody that was literally a lawmaker that got himself in there and then filmed himself storming into the capital. And then there was Lonnie Kaufman of Alabama 70 year old who allegedly brought guns and 11 Mason Jar Molotov cocktails to the protest in his pickup truck. He's been charged as well. Now you've got federal officials saying that they filed at least 17 cases against name suspects in federal District Court. You've got another 40 cases in the District of Columbia Superior Court on some lesser charges. No that include things like breaking and entering or knowingly entering and remaining in restricted building or ground without lawful authority. They said that there's much more to come Right now. I would imagine if I'm a defense attorney. I'm saying Are you prosecuting everybody who has Not just had a multi car down there truck but actually threw a Molotov cocktail on Tape on video. Into a federal building and you prosecuted all those people. That's gonna be the first question by any defense attorney. Listen to do for me. Right. It's like, Oh, you haven't Oh, let me show you the videos. So you're gonna prosecute my guy? He had him in his truck. And you know intent to you, but But you don't. But you didn't get this guy. And here's it on video of throwing the Molotov cocktail on destroying Something federal building that. Is that, right? Yeah. Yeah, The Molotov cocktails and guns are going to be a big question into what? What was what was the motivation and I'm sure look There plenty of people on social media who put their thoughts and ideas out there like we saw the gamut of it right. We've seen people who said everything from look by President Trump inviting us here. He's inviting us on January 6th two to support him in his vote count, Then we're seeing somewhere like No, He's telling us to come and be an army so we should bring our guns. He's asking us to bring our guns and then you've got some people who are trading around what appeared to be blueprint maps of the underground tunnels. Under the Capitol that they're saying they were going to try to prevent Congress from leaving and that they imagine that there was going to be a mass execution of Congressman so that didn't happen, But it's not to say that people didn't have that planned out or had their plans for did we don't know that's going to be were a lot of this comes into play and outside of, actually Illegally getting into the capital. I don't know what kind of other charges are going to come about from that, right? Yeah, eyes important, Or maybe more important is this kind of gave a blueprint to people who really want to do us harm. Why in the world do we know why we weren't better protect them? You think that after 9 11 the Capitol building would have been one of the one of the buildings that we have more secure, and we know now It's not secure it all. Why? No, and you're hearing a number of different stories that are kind of putting that all together here where you're hearing reports today that the NYPD and FBI were giving a heads up to Capitol police. The Capitol police chief, The one who stepped down the other day, said that he was concerned about the size of the crowd that he asked for D. C national guard to be put on standby. But he was rebuffed by the House and Senate sergeants and arms who he seemed to think I didn't like the visual of having the National Guard standing and police line of the capital of the background, So there was that element of things. There have been reports that the people in charge because of the statehood of D, C and whether or not a governor can ask for a national guard, blah, blah, blah. The person responsible for authorizing the National Guard was being put off by President Trump. There's all kinds of reports out there. We're still trying to piece all of that together and have a clear cut timeline is for what went down. But what seems clear across the board People knew that things could get dangerous. Why there was no you know, refurbishing of or reduce sex. Second guessing. What kind of a line of police you put out there. Is a questionable at this point. Right? Well, wasn't this also on the anniversary of the death of the Iranian general was a little money, and there were reports that the Iranians may try and attack given that It's even more agree GIs that are People that weren't in place to be able to rebuff. Whatever. I mean, A bunch of you know who has from right? Here and there with sticks and rocks and ties and things like that to get in there. And do what they did. I mean, for goodness sakes, what happened? It was organized. You know, uh, security abridged by a foreign adversary of ours. Then what do you do? And do we have any proof that there now? You know, strengthening those things, so it doesn't happen again. Yeah. Outside of what That sense that 7 ft tall fence that they said wasn't available, which I thought you we've heard that so many times from other places. I don't know that that's necessarily true. But okay, it's good to hear that. That's the case. It's she would seem like they're learning from this to fortify all of that. But Do we have any proof of that? I don't know. Until you would see you try to play out again. I don't know that we would have any proof of that, Jimmy. Let's hope we never see it Play out again Ever again. Hey, Michael. Thank you. It's great to talk to you again. We'll talk tomorrow today to me. Come back to the traffic news and weather three minutes away here in Israel's 16 Wi OD McDonald's, We're gonna get you today How.