18 Burst results for "Mike Point"
"mike point" Discussed on WJR 760
"Thoughts on the news of the day. And we're going to continue to do that with your phone calls at 808 590957. What great news up for for Sammy and facile Ahmad, the co founders of Orchard Laboratories, attest that looked for covert and influence A and B. And because that's one of the things that's happened is people who have had some issues have said. I'm worried about covert. Nothing attested. They don't have an issue and it might just be influenza A or B and There hasn't been a test for that, so they're going to separate that so that we can tell when people have a less dangerous That's how put it a less dangerous affliction, then then covered 19 at anyway. Let's get to the phones 808 590957, and we're going to go to Montana. And I understand that Jack is driving a semi through Montana right now. Is that right? Yeah, it is. I mean, here I am, but not her. Thank you for what you're doing. Yeah. Hey, well, I'm from Hubbard, Lake Michigan, So I got interest in the state. But I understand that the governor using ocean to restrict people to five per family for Thanksgiving. Yeah, I'm not sure that she's that there's any There's not gonna be police coming to your door. You know if that's what you mean. I don't think that's gonna happen. And, well, I got a phone call from a friend that said she was using OSHA OSHA rules to enforce that. Really? I've gotta look into that that Z brand new to me and you've You've broken news for me, Jack. And I'm gonna look into that. Well, Mike Mike point is that OSHA is is only responsible for construction and business safety and industrial.
"mike point" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast
"Desktop, and when we implement windows, virtual desktop and Azure give remote workhorses access to resources both in the cloud on gram. We always women factor authentication conditional access, which means we can spot rules for for instance Geo Location. Does she use her? Can only on Acadian from New York State. You don't expect them to be traveling at the star, so anyhow, From unknown geographic locations our block. So there are many security controls were able to put in place to help retire regulated data and information and containerize it in the cloud as opposed to where we find on premises. Most organizations is and really don't have a great handle. On where regulating data exists on their platforms, so this way to get it into onto a platform index containers that we can isolate protect for that more readily since an opportunity. Yeah and for smaller companies I think that the remote pieces going to be more of a problem. You know the risk they have with their remote workers is. You know they're gonNA low data that they're working with on their laptop, which may or may not be encrypted. They're going to be doing a number of things so. If, you're sort of taking an ad hoc approach. It's GonNa be problematic, but if you're doing the sorts of things that Mike just. then. You're going to see this as an advantage and you may actually find a reduction in cost by moving your data systems to the cloud, because they don't have to have the same resources internally managing it, you could theoretically improve some of the capabilities that that information by your workforce. And reduce total expenditures by allowing people to job, share or work from home, or have you know so you know to? Mike Point. There's opportunity in here. Do it right and I think that the the the last bit to this really is this making organizations really reconsider particularly around contingency planning? What do they have in place to deal with situations of catastrophic weather, incidents or pandemics or other types of things that maybe heretofore? They've never really considered because it wasn't applicable. I all, it's not going to happen to me so in thinking about the rise ransomware, you know if you have a sound plan and program in place, you may be A. Better, position to navigate a ransomware situation, or a pandemic or something, because you have a sound and defined plan, you'll know how to respond and react according to what you've defined the depart of your risk profile for your business and how you deal with that I think that's that will be from from my perspective. They potential very positive outcome from this covid nineteen pandemic gets people think differently about their business, and how to maintain it over the course of time. Probably, agree with that perception Mike. We've been talking to clients about thirty sixty ninety day plans and the first thirty days every organization was scrambling to. Keep the workforce productive their businesses solvent. We ask that in the next sixty days they look at what has worked and what hasn't worked in charge. Think about long term strategies for how they can in that file. Ninety days one hundred twenty days reimagined re architect organization to develop higher resiliency business continuity plans disaster recovery plans resiliency redone in all of the capabilities that they need to address potentially a second wave of covid. Hopefully you know, prepare for the worst hope for the best kind of mentality. As well as Things that would just generally help them in the long term in terms of from. From any future..
US FAA bans civilian aircraft from Iraq and Iran airspace
"At US pilots and air carriers been barred from flying areas of Iraqi Iranian and some Persian Gulf airspace F. A. a warning of the potential for a minute for miscalculation or misidentification for civilian aircraft amid the heightened tension between the US and Iran restrictions follower radian revolutionary guard missile strikes on to a rocky basis that house US troops twenty to Iraqi twenty campaign security officials staff say at least and writing one missile on Instagram hit a plane Thursday setting Williamson off a fire said a she's U. S. giving official up on says the first very contest few if any of the twenty casualties twenty campaign resulted Williamson from the attacks wrote there's no way Middle her East campaign expert John can compete alderman in with Iowa the center for which strategic hosts the and first International in the nation Studies caucuses says February the Ronnie third and instead try to Williamson hit something wrote and we're mess on our way would to New Hampshire do the for warnings the month tried targeting to miss the granite something state's primary en on February masse eleventh hi Mike point Crossey of this was for the Iranians to beat their chests and see if you are not afraid missile attacks follow the US drone killing of general Qassem Soleimani commander of a key part of the revolutionary guards I'm
"mike point" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Hi Mike points a last minute request from the former special counsel Robert Muller before his anticipated congressional testimony tomorrow corresponded modern Raju as the breaking details from Capitol Hill this last minute request by the special counsel to have his deputy come in to answer to be sworn in to answer questions because throwing a range and out of sorts in this is showing how reluctant mother has been as a witness a four month as these negotiations have been going on we still expect that hearing to happen tomorrow get beyond director Christopher ray warns the Russians have never stop trying to interfere with our democracy and he says the Chinese also pose a major threat probably about a thousand plus investigations all across the country involving attempted theft of US intellectual property whether it's economic espionage or counter proliferation almost all leading back to China Attorney General William Barr says high tech companies that are using encryption for security are getting in the way of preventing crime making our virtual world more secure should not come at the expense of making us more vulnerable in the real world but unfortunately this is where we appear to be heading senator rand Paul blocked passage of a bill to fund healthcare coverage for nine eleven first responders only last week ahead of a vote today to refresh the phone call level this heavy charge it's a manufactured crisis as of Tuesday the fund in question has two billion dollars in it and no one no one is being denied medical care so let's have an honest debate president drop is just filed a private lawsuit trying to block New York state and a house committee from obtaining his tax returns.
"mike point" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Yeah. In don't forget, the Mustang is a main me and Mike pointed out was the dog until Tacoma and engine. Oh, yeah. It was waiting the right? And once they marry those two together, and it was nice dumping. All right. Let's move on Adam six try to knock out as many of these as we can Sean writes, here's an interesting one a family of three was forced to sit on the floor for their flight since the seats were removed for some unknown reason. I can't imagine e you rags allow such things I can't imagine even the worst US airline attempting such a stunt and the article passengers forced to sit on floor plane because the seats have been removed, and let's see British family was traveling on t you I fly as that the way you would say that. Or would you say to eight named to okay to is that the name change from Thomson? Correct. Jaffa home from the Spanish of minore Minorca last summer. Although media reports don't say exactly which airport they flew into as they are reported as being from Warwickshire. I assume they flew the nearby where. I said again, a Warwick Shire United say w Warwickshire there, of course, why why would you pronounce it? Why would you have any? Why would you pronounce the first one? That's what I'd like to know. Anyway. I assume they flew into the nearby Birmingham airport which to flies to from Minorca Mahone airport. Seasonally over summer the family to adults in their ten year old daughter was issued with boarding passes for seats. Forty one d e n f the problem there were no D or F seats installed in that row. Only an empty space where the seats should've been. There was only one spare seat on the plane, which the child was receded in the parents were told to us jump seats for takeoff and landing during the flight as the crew needed the space in the in the galley to conduct meal and duty free services. The family was told to sit on the floor in the back row in the space where their seats should have been. I have a picture of them sitting on happy on this light. To has apologized for the family and handsomely compensated them for their inconvenience after they went to to the press much more than the cost of the flight and said that a last minute airport aircraft swap caused the air. Now a bit of detective work suggests that the plane that operated their flight would have been operated by a Boeing seven fifty seven rather than the expected Boeing seven thirty-seven as t you. I two two flies seven thirty seven to nine hundred forty one rose anyway, so they have some seat maps. And they explain that, you know, it could have been a an equipment change that for some reason the this row or this half of that row seats weren't there for whatever reason. But my question is was this legal. And do you think that you also would? Yeah. That's what I'm thinking. I I can't imagine. I mean, I know that we can't seat here in the US. We're not allowed to see passage. Here's in cabin crew jump seats. And I'm sure that they would definitely frown upon you know, sitting on the floor with no seat belts at all. What do you think? Well, we are allowed to put companions me and colleagues in the cabin crew jump seats. And they are officially passengers that part of the crew. So that is legal in the loud in our roles company rose, and obviously in the rose from the CIA because those seats got HAMAs and the publicly usable now the question, I have is once they gotta them it appears that the cabin crew said, what do you can't sit in this? He's now because we have to put them away and pull out a Sindhu the subis- once that happened had the seat belt signs come on. They these passengers would not have access to. To those saints because that have been equipment in the way..
"mike point" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Six ninety redeye so wall, no wall shutdown no shutdown more on that coming up here in in just a little bit oil prices down no net neutrality for a year. Now, there was a lot of stories on that yesterday, stating we thought the internet was supposed to be dead by now, right? Exactly. Should be complaining. The internet now is faster than it's ever been for everybody. We'll get to that. What is the Michael Flynn? Hearing was absolutely unbelievable, Dan Abrahams. You know, the one on legal analyst not a Trump fan at all not at Trump fan. Michael Flynn, railroaded that was his comment yesterday. Right. Just railroaded said the judge was either completely or totally unprepared or vindictive. It was unbelievable. 'cause you you, and I I again, I think at that point. We were text messaging. And I said to you did is all along. We've we've been asking the question is we're doing a lot of things. What are we missing here? Right. And so when I saw the trees in charge, and and he was making the case that the timeline was that he kept that that he believes he committed treason because he was an unregistered foreign agent while he was national security director, which was untrue. Right. It wasn't true now retroactively filed. But technically he was not working for for Turkey. His contract with Turkey ended November fifteen when he was doing the interview with the FBI agents. He was not a part of the administration because administration did not exist at that point. Right. But but after he was fired by Trump. He retroactively filed as a foreign agent. The question became did. That mean, he was a foreign agent all during that time up to the point that he retroactively filed or was it only to the end of his contract, November the judge low Tony's cynically during the interview he was a foreign agent and lying to the FBI. And that was the treason that was what he was saying the trees, I understand that. But the question is is what would that retroactive right move will cover. What were you did that cover? My point was different though, Mike point was even if he was in office at that point and unregistered foreign agent, and did it that's not the definition of treason. It's not the legal definition of trees. Which is why judge Sullivan had to back away and apologize. Just unbelievable.
"mike point" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Eight six six ninety redeye so wall, no wall shutdown shutdown more on that coming up here in in just a little bit oil prices down no net neutrality for a year. Now, there was a lot of stories on that yesterday, stating we thought the internet was supposed to be dead by now, right? Exactly should be complaining. The internet now is faster than it's ever been for everybody. We'll get to that. What is the Michelson? Hearing was absolutely unbelievable. Dan abrahams. You know, the one legal analyst not a Trump fan at all not Trump fan. Michael Flynn, railroaded. That was his comment yesterday. Right. Just railroaded said the judge was either completely or totally unprepared or vindictive. It was unbelievable. 'cause you you, and I I again, I think at that point. We were text messaging. And I said to you. Is all along. We've we've been asking the questions we do in a lot of things. What are we missing here? Right. And so when I saw the trees in charge, and and he was making the case that the time line was that he that he believes he committed treason because he was an unregistered foreign agent while he was national security director, which was untrue. Right. It wasn't true. Now any retroactively file, but technically he was not working for for Turkey. His contract is gone with Turkey ended November fifteen the inter when he was doing the interview with the FBI agents. He was not a part of the administration. Yeah. Because you've been a station did not exist at that point. Right. But but after he was fired by Trump. He retroactively filed as a foreign agent. The question became did. That mean, he was a foreign agent all during that time up to the point that he retroactively filed or was it only to the end of his contract of them for the judge. No, Tony specifically during the interview he was a foreign agent and lying to the FBI. And that was the treason that was what he was saying the trees, I understand that. But the question is is what would that retroactive right move will cover. What were you cover? My point was different though, Mike point was even if he was in office at that point and unregistered foreign agent, and did it that's still not the deficit of treason. It's not the legal definition of trees. Which is why judge Sullivan had to back away and apologized.
"mike point" Discussed on Get Up!
"I mean, understanding if Xs off the ball, get him on the line, how to bring a motion how to make a Mike point versus a run pass audible. There's just so much for a young player to learn regardless the position, especially quarterback. I think all these rookie quarterbacks in the coaches of these teams are going to put the best guy out there. And I think that's hard to get a rookie ready for week one. Yeah, super quickly. Is that because they're not. Seeing defenses that look anything like what the defense is will look like. These are generally speaking vanilla defenses. They're playing against no doubt this point in the preseason, but trust me, they're doing their installation. They're getting harder, looks and practice every then the art from these preseason games. So they'll add the best gauge of where these young guys are a far as whether they do have commanded that offense. All right, good to talk to you. Thank you so much for the insight. We'll check in again as the week goes on in other news. Michelle Beedle is back and all we missed. This is so good to see that emoji again, let's press the unimpressive shell beetle. Are you impressed with that? That's nice. That's I'm, I took a complete break from the sports. So all of this is going to be fresh. And so yes, I am impressed Zayn Williamson is he's been busy. He's been pretty much everywhere. What was that score? One, three fifty. Eight unique thing stands out to me that I'm seeing from this. Do basketball team really early, really early for against coach k.'s. The goal behind John wooden to me, you don't normally see one player taking thirty shots and another one. Take three impressed by this beetle. Look at Lou Williams out here. Just breaking ankles. How about that move right there. Ankles did he break that's in the l. hoops championship came more context. I can't provide it for you. Sorry. Sorry. You know everything about that. I know. Atlanta, good move will putting that work in that some believe for years. Won the championship downhill Motorbiking. This is extreme downhill mountain. My God, I'm just watching. No, this is the impressive. But in a way that I ask a lot of questions about sandy like that kind of impress have all the answers that we need. Zeal, but that's incredible video. Your thoughts. Customize danger. Why? Why put myself in a position to get really injured. No, because if you the adrenaline rush I on when you're practicing that you're, you're going to fall. A lot of. Okay, right fact, I think that's right. And then one more here we got Indiana hoosiers center. Dan Godsell with impressive long, snap into the trash can tell me what you think of that now that you've seen what happened? Take another look. There's pretty good great hair. The game more impressed by the hair with a snap as a person who's hair doesn't grow anymore. I'll say. Good to do that. This any number of ways in your absence? It just wasn't the same. There's nothing. What would it mean like me. Shelby. Okay..
"mike point" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Oh yeah we're still doing rupaul drag race you know about that you can follow me on twitter at one leaky gay actually across all platforms instagram snapchat in twitter at one lucky gay one spelled out and we're closing in on the final four proposed drag race so we have a one more episodes ago then a finale and then a reunion and thank god we're done because big brothers come in quick yes and as mike points out on the chat netflix star brent welcome on here oh yes sorry yeah the staircase for those of you who follow my my exploits from twenty years ago actually fifteen years ago during the michael peterson trial the staircase murders that documentary was released on net flicks and you can binge it there eight episodes and i've been i have to tell you that i have been getting a lot of new follows lately on twitter and i kind of wondered why and then it hit me that it was because of the staircase on that i opened up netflix and it was the first big banner was like watched this year because i wo yeah yup yes took out the staircase and ninja warrior is going on we we have been talking about the first couple episodes on the american enjoyer hap up having a lot of fun they're talking about everything including things that aren't enjoyer like like the oceans movie came out or as leader oceans what's the deal with that you and her with the oceans i did you not like the movie or she did or what's the first year for two it is opens and i was like how do you why would you referred to as oceans when it's literally oceans and then a number like there are three other movies called ocean something and you referred to it as oceans what's wrong with you.
"mike point" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"That's exactly right and that's why that's why they have probably sold because i'm making get into it rather inexpensive it is i mean i know it's a vehicle that you can have a full bore suv for under twenty grand yeah i mean we're the embarrassment where's the shane fees oh how times fallen it's a taste thing and lack of well that's all i have thanks no problem mike you're good i appreciate the phone call very much and again we're asking chick versus guy car and there's no right or wrong answer everybody's got their own opinion and mike's point a moment ago some of the vehicles especially pickups suv's and so on you can look over and see either gender driving so there's a lot of ladies now that have figured out hey driving pickup trucks not such a bad thing after all i can see over traffic you know get where i wanna go and and so some of those things have changed it's not is is quite as gender specific as it used to be now i think there are still some cars that are i said they'd say this tailored towards the female things and not that a guy can't drive one but they're they're even engineer towards the the lady side of the fence so for example and this is not a knock against his car because i know i know several people that own them as a fantastic artifact one of my top recommendations for a family type suv but the toyota highlander this last version when they designed the center console for that car they literally went around the engineering room and said okay while.
"mike point" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I understand every concept that you just discussed and i do not want to sell what brown ford from nineteen fifty four i don't know what the hell you trying to say there but it's not like i'm not a fan of innovation it's not like i want us to go backwards i don't want to stand still because if a standstill you're going backwards i get that i'd love to be cutting edge you know environment on on whatever the next of step indoor partner end or competitor indoor alternative is to the internet if there are business applications there that are are concrete execute able and will add to the states gdp i think that is a that that's something that we ought to be listening to and not refuting but you just spent four minutes discussing something that i promise you as god is my witness i have a little bit of experience in watching elections nobody but nobody except six people in amongst the fifteen thousand a quarter hour that listening to me knew what the hell you were talking about all i needed another three minutes to clarify for those had been i'm saying i'm saying maybe those i'm going to i'm jay absolutely absolutely going to give you my point that you're that you're that you're barking back at is mike point is simply this it is going to be it's going to be practically impossible to generate a campaign out of the sand on that concept as a central focus of your message because it takes too long to explain i tweeted u2 images real quick both that showed up on on on my social media and the first one was an invite speak to one hundred eighty people tomorrow night yeah we're actually part of a group the blockchain the black the black now if you got you got invited by blockchain club that's what i'm saying that's what i'm saying just imagine that i never brought it up right yeah would you agree with me thank you would you wouldn't even exist i know i listen i've been studying crypto currency and blockchain in rhode island i d i.
"mike point" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Those dis bulls off afar they got a nice thing they were one another nice piece to add hornets like around that that's denmark starts eli okay we'll just would just roll the delay we don't care what you've for home run yeah i mean there's still a lot like medically that we don't know that no one knows right now that's going to come out already assets so like like i said if he's fine and he just does where combine ending he's hitting threes all over the place and and running i wish v does three of be supercop topthree up he says rump saying it like you still mike he's still majko like two or walk like i i'm not role not yet lucas of your head number two peak eytan was off the board or no se docket when first eight was on the board reporters medical staff came back fine would you go eytan or would you go porter have donate why because i do see the league shifting back to be in mike point guys in centers and we already have the point guide to interview correct and right now are best salaries marcus smart so it would be nice like eight livestock about like how granted i graham graduate high school images showed up one day with tattoos everywhere on his body drew spin all his yonder dehydrate devout bosses like last year he somehow dressed in the mcdonald's uh all american game as if it were two thousand three but he had a baggy tshirt like i dunno where he came from an all foreigners in bahamas they just got this install amount to fair point yet yet the paper towel headband on.
"mike point" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Spence aides ben i shall milan to say anything aley bench the the dollar sign more hawes and the fucking produer bang oh man produer gone all the way back i sewer bayne okay so you verve catch unbia anytime may be useful in this movie for you for you you're a big guy i could do that all day david just cracked himself up so modern no one else la of the european guy watching rachid biz blared your bane is now also starting to sound more like marvin the marshall plan lurked adriano mind was always the one that sounded like marvin the mercer i thought oh right and then ben ran with it and ben does a better marvin the marquette he does a good mervyn the martian take control current term over heroes oh boy oh boy mike point is pleased that this movie shot almost ten years ago when runner does look noticeable younger in this film i didn't realize i did he does he have come out that long ago it feels like a more recent film and then you watch and you're like over it has been on this area so he lost nine years old he's fresher faced in this but there is something when you have this introductory shot of ham sitting in a car silently right not thrashing not looking angry we're i know emotion listen to me is tree yeah just whip this weirdly kinda downturn face yeah and then they like retrieve me he's like oh yes sir yep and you're like oh this is the sky at neutral this is this guy like you're happy yeah and his first bomb defusal is what i love this see mrs my favorite probably my favorite sumo movie.
"mike point" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And i don't know if this is accurate but uh one of the weekend host on one of your philly it's not one of your sister stations i should say uh pointed out that die in a cherry temples autobiography she mention and again i don't know this is accurate some luck them mention any names other than hers uh that uh when she was ten she was being introduced to all he would uh mogul were producer and her mother was ushered out of the room and the guy was talking with her one on one and uh exposed his private parts to her and which point she just started giggling because you deem know what it was at ten right age and uh you know he just uh gut madden said get out of here and i think that's all the more reason they do say or i've heard number of people say that uh had a falls due anger round the ah uh hollywood studios at times if they have uh friends that are high in power or maybe even may be one themselves um cory feldman i believe it was wounded vigil claimed that there was a uh producer that it uh um a costed him and uh uh quarry hain haines in and and it was on in and and i'm saying this for a fact because it would it was a news item and cory feldman's voice saying that uh uh he thought that that was a reason why quarry aims may have even kunitz which side but mike mike mike point is that i think that these kids need to be protected i guess it a one may be ought to be even out of the money that they earned a fun out it'd be created for uh some psychological help if they needed that as adults i'm going to tell a story that was told to me by a woman who was one of the employees at the front desk of a hotel i dunno flows at disney property or near disney and i will use the word allegedly can't afford to be sued um michael jackson periodically would rank out the top floor and he and a number of child actors menu lewis curry hind heym however you pronounce it corey feldman would play tag running all up and down the top floor and they would do it in this case i can't prove the story is true but i know she.
"mike point" Discussed on KKAT
"Point hunting him very there was no different so there was no there was no he doesn't make it doesn't make edge wrong it says that it just let it roll noting sweaty game of you was the game the shawn watson was very ineffective in the pocket to mike's point right i mean my nailed it or being a please he doesn't we way back to this support updates you get everything rolling all the time you know i get nothing wrong probably probably because of my i'd rather you rub the charcoal get air 330 a as a site for this we might do that the the province's rugged somebody thinks this was a bit of a stretch alive you that finally one more and go through his garbage and bring it all that means it will be here all morning bright plenty cuts we know let's put this behind us or the other thing we have a guest coming up before we give you a few news headlines then settle come back and do the actual sports tony this guy david wallace wells riots as well as well so he's from new york magazine and david wrote recently a cover story about the worst case scenarios for climate change and it turns out it was the most red new york magazine story ever and these were pretty presi in on on some of them so yeah he's he's he's he's sort of like a is becoming a climate change star how about that well the president was asked about all this yesterday and they made a comment which we can play for david when he comes on on about you know whether and harvey had anything to do with climate change it's become already controversial but now people on both sides have what they say are the facts now what i will say it will also asked david about this to some of the people who believe oughta percent climate change think that he was a little alarm missed in the story so we'll see will have to ask him what he means by summit as big because he basically said that magazine story that world doomed so how 'bout that wall will close at all don't to worry about like we didn't know that already because of that because the climate change but wherever we we definitely are doom so anyway in london the the.
"mike point" Discussed on KKAT
"We're working together and and schumer's ideas are leading and pelosi's ideas are leading and that's the whole you know them holding onto it saying if you want our votes if you want things to get past you got to come around to us knowing republicans that the moderate republicans all but the conservatives are not going to fight that mean they're going to issue a statement they're going to act like they don't like it but ultimately enough of them are going to go along there's not going to be a real fight for them then in twenty twenty you've got a guy who has brought both sides together does that sound lovely everybody just think about how lovely that sounds we're bringing the country ethic of every every person who has identified and said what trump is doing his genius have used those words tonight because that's the varela that we're all ilisan whatever its and he's bringing both sides together and politically for the future of well certainly pelosi and and schumer although they've had a really someone pointed out i think collectively sixty six years yet at a whole legislative at the whole point is we have a longer emory's on the campaign of ivanov now was based on the fact that the republicans were green the republicans were the establishment of they were bad what made them establishment they were compromising in a green with the left but but it's just with with what where's the with a llc and with three and i notes anecdotal but where's the pushback where's where's the outrage saying trump can't do this if he does he's done politically we will not stand for this well my i guess mike point.
"mike point" Discussed on WCTC
"The cables you reconnected finally ended up turning off my av receiver and turning it back on it and get it fixed it so something had gone wrong in the software the adb receiver the mike point being made he could be out there but it also could be in here and so you kinda got to go through the whole chain easiest way to do that would be a connector eliminate everything you can connect the tv if you have a tv with the cable jack connected directly the cable coming into the house and see if that's okay if it's not yeah we we tried that indeed it didn't work though we figured out what it is m a house was built in the ninety th and back and they didn't have the same frequency it'd be as they are there are now um and and cabling in the wall actually isn't up to standard akg the israeli a grim cloud likely right the is not normally when you know co ex cable the kind at least that's used here and i i would presume in the netherlands as well is shielded co ex cable but may be so they used a thinner cable or something that wasn't shielded right right to that that that uh the who are we figured out of that he uh the problem girl we did it is we bought defied call them hd home run i dunno if you early do and i love it from silicon dust yeah right right right am i love it you i use it up there to watch it through uh through my computer which have got to might be but we would also loved you in the living room right now we have a a normal settop box from the cable company but as i said lots of disruption it today so basically what i'm looking forward to do to italy by uh that we can look up to the tv downstairs and what does tv third uh something like a krung cost up like that idea we jumping with the remote control that we can you he at a normal dropping device basically so you want to hook up something that gets internet television on your tv or that it connects to the table now internet television that connects connected to the eighty home runs so we.
"mike point" Discussed on Unfilter
"Legislator you disagree our there's no question to use a prolific fundraiser millions and millions of dollars is that a master what uh what has that money gotten us in the last four election cycles the money's not enough you're saying anymore i think that i'm not saying that whoever comes is gonna be able to raise as much money as she is but the money will be raised but the fact is is when you take a look at this last for election cycles all that money has been for not money money money congressman you're hold on part of a closeddoor meeting yesterday with people of like mind see wanna see nancy pelosi go what he decided what specific action you come up with world you can imagine there is twelve members in that meeting for about throat minutes because we got call for votes there's lots of indians and not much got accomplished so we agreed to do is meet when we come back to washington dc next week so i'd have more to say about that i think when we come back next week now start listening to some of the wording here so no sticks look it blows he's been leader for two thousand three i'm one of the reasons is is you know she's able to fight off any competition quote unquote fight off guys are you afraid of retribution are you afraid of retribution no i'm not afraid of richard retribution mike point is very simple in that is as we move forwards to the two thousand eighteen election's we want to regain the majority especially in light of the trump presidency and our best shot at that is to win swing districts and i just think that the end of the day leader flows it just doesn't help our candidates in those swing districts with independent voters in republican voters whom i think given the trump policies we will be able to swing our way.