17 Burst results for "Moore Camp"

"moore camp" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"moore camp" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Academy at the same time when Thomas Capanna was in a boys academy and I think we were at the same dances in the same social events and so on. I don't think I ever met him thank heavens. Thank Heavens. I never met him but anyway just a suggestion and Hope you guys are doing. Okay. Take care. Thanks Penelope. It was a good case I. put it in here because we have actually done this case. Yeah. But it's a really fascinating one that's left an impression on me. Absolutely fascinating great book about it. The episode was aired on July twenty ninth two thousand nineteen. And I would just remind people maybe they don't know if you're trying to find out if we've done some other episodes, just hit the magnifying glass on the website. And you can search me name it should have. It doesn't have to be the title of the episode you can put in and Murray Fe. Yeah. What was the name of it or forget? Okay I know you're telling people they could look it up at you haven't. But all I did was just I knew he had done it within the last year or so. So I just looked back from mid two, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine and founded enjoy and I didn't bother looking at the tidal. Well Yeah. This was a fascinating case because it was a young woman having an affair with this kind of important guy lack for a better word right and it took a long time to get enough evidence to be able to charge him and convict them. Good story as it was titled out to see the life and death of Annmarie, there you go. we have an email from your friend Cindy. Cindy says, look at the Susan Antonio Alamo ministries cult murders. Oh, Cindy's reading a book about the code titled Whispering in. Daylight and it sounds interesting is to people founded the Alamo Christian Foundation in nineteen sixty nine. And this foundation has said. Numerous problems with the luck and Tony in two thousand nine was convicted of ten charges of child rape us. Yeah he's smiling. So he was in prison and then in two thousand, seventeen, he died in prison, we might want to check into the OH. Yeah. That sounds fascinating. The cults are fascinating. Right Have both I if we love that Moore. CAMP, but they do make for fascinating cases. Absolutely. So thanks Cindy Cindy always sends great suggestions and we definitely appreciate what Cindy does her loyalty. She's been listening to us from the beginning. I believe she has been incredible. So many suggestions I who could almost..

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"moore camp" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody, and thank you for tuning into the Liberty Report. With me is Daniel make atoms are co host annual to see you today. How are you? This morning Dr Paul I'm doing well good. Radi to talk about Maybe a little bit about corona virus. Maybe something optimistic about that. But there's something that is a real challenge because it's just beginning to blossom. This is another stage of. Of the enemy. was, the authoritarian radical left taking over and that has has to do with how lives can be destroyed not by the government coming in and arresting them not even being officially charged with anything but being charged with some vicious crime, you know some racial crime or some sexual crime that has no merit and no chance to defend and the administrators with us in the university or. Business they just roll over and no matter how long the employee has proven himself and no matter how independence he is, and he made just lose his job, the intimidation and It's such a frustrating thing because it C-, intimidation it makes it makes it so difficult to defend oneself more. You defend yourself the Moore camp come in and Paul in. So they they have they've. There's so many examples of doing this. We'll talk about a few of those today how people just lose their jobs. You know it was You know some something that is a very serious for the person that's suffering from this but. I think that The whole thing is what they resent is the whole because authoritarians they resent the possibility that you can have culture that is totally voluntary without intimidation and now without. The force because it comes up, win win is it come become full force sort? Are they trying to describe how Libertarians handle the fact of social media to social media's ruthless and they can participate in this and and you know cues people on perpetuate you know arguments and well, you got to live with it because of freedom of speech. But what if these outlets are partners with the government? You know what? If what, if there's they're? Putting out the propaganda, some of this propaganda dealing with corona vars happening becoming from bill. Gates. Who Participate in disseminating this and then we end up with because the corona virus is part of the problem here. I felt it others do because you've you feel like the the people you don't WanNa have to take on the average people who have been frightened to death, and there's fear and they responded by making their little kids wear masks. So ridicule them isn't going to help but trying to to get a little bit of ridicule of the people who are perpetuating this and I hope we can find a couple examples of that today where they don't always win. But it is a problem and I think if Pat Buchanan, we talked earlier on about the cultural wars and and of course these have been known in the Soviet system..

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"moore camp" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Get Up!

"Nothing better than an athlete with a major chip on his shoulder. Greg mcelroy's here but swag. I start with you. When you hear that from Cam Newton, what do you think? Gee I bow down today. The bow down to the greatness man like when you think about a we've seen cam. Be Great before and the fact that he's motivated like this I'm watching these videos first of all. This ain't the first video that came to put out the May me almost think about coming out retirement, but him talking about. We've known about all athletes. We all hear the noise as much as we try to say, we don't and we don't care about it and it doesn't motivate us. It doesn't push us because we're in those moments at times. This is the prime example of we really do. Hear the noise. They hear the noise now that I'm not playing in the Moore camp got me hype. Man and I truly believe him and the reason I believe in g is because when you think about this marriage between him ability, it ain't nothing but a redemption tool. That's all it is for Cam Newton and what better coach? What better situation to go to? To go play for -bility and revive your career, and maybe move Aung Greg and I have seen this g Meg Greg, mcelroy. We've seen this done by. Coaches go into Alabama coach for Nick Sabin to have a revival in their career to move on to have more success I believe. This is what cameras doing and I believe Campbell have a great season this year and he'll make us remember. We is Greg I haven't had a chance to ask you. What do you think the marriage of Chick and mcdaniels with candy? You expect him to be the starting quarterback there. Do you expect him to play big? I expect them to start greening I do. The marriage is one is probably going to be a little confusing at first because I just don't see this mixing well. It's.

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"moore camp" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Is there a season for plan? I mean. Listen NOTHING. He gets shot right now but once things become normal again. Is there a plan of action? There has been no announcement but we're all feeling hopeful and confident it with a the season three was was you know as we've been talking about was really well received but Netflix has their rhythm in their data and their process. And Um we're all kind of anticipating some good news but we haven't gotten it yet. I need more from Mardi season for too many picks. Too many pancakes too many screens. It was screens it was it was created. It was great to see a wendy sort of the Mardi. Kinda drop them into this problem right. In season one and then season two they kinda got their legs under them as a family and then season three when he kind of took the initiative and season four. I don't know But it would be. It would be interesting to see Mardi got kind of you know shit or get off the pot. He's either got to get with her or or turn against her and start wearing a wire right. I mean jeter get her out of his way so that he can take his ex Chicago and and live a normal life again or double down with her. And and now they become kind of a double barreled shotgun and We kind of steam towards some kind of a of a crescendo. I when I don't know but Yeah it there was sort of a sort of a Mardi kind of assessing things in season three and waiting to see what the fallout was going to be from from from Wendy's initiative. And I think he's. He's got a be forced into a little bit more proactive instead of reactive This next season. Maybe he convinces the leader of the cartel to by the dodgers got. Then you could choose a dodger stadium stuff that would be that. He's violent man but although I really don't have any complaints with our God your ownership right now And I and I empathize with them to. This is going to be a great nice smooth transition into sports bill. But what that that? Mookie Betts situation is just a total heartbreak And expansive but fortunately. I'm not writing the check. Well it devastated me and many other Red Sox fans 'cause we love mookie Betts. If there was another team who is going to go to happy it was Los Angeles. 'cause go play. He's he's just absolutely fantastic. He's honestly one of the Best Red Sox players of my lifetime and And I think he would crush the for you. I think you keep them. Though I from everything I've heard you must be in a big city. It's a one year deal right. Yeah but I think he resigns. I I don. I don't think he leaves. I think you end up with them but who knows like we. I'm so nervous about baseball. Even coming back because you have the players and the owners are just cats dogs no matter what the situation is they fight? Why was why was it just a one year deal with mookie with did they just pick up the picked it up. Yeah he had one year left. The Red Sox were trying to sign me a big extension. He wouldn't sign with them because I I honestly don't think he wanted to stay. And instead of rolling the dice with the last year they just decided to trade him. And then why would he not demand that Whatever team signs him commits to a long term deal as opposed to The non surprise of whatever the asset is deal is with with Austin. Why would he let somebody just take a look at him for a year and then decide later because I think it's a bad on himself type thing so he's basically if he really performs the dodgers then when he signs that long-term bill he can sign up for a long for for for big number? It didn't have a great year last year for Boston. He say he has a great year every year. He's an he'll have a great year for the dodgers like date. We had Dave Roberts on the PODCAST with P. Caroline Steve Kerr and you know. He's like the delighted. Mookie Betts is unbelievable. He's going to be awesome. I bet on himself much like when a lot of people don't know this when you did Ozark you did a deal for season one but the deal was if this does well I get twenty five percent of net flicks and I mean. Now Look at you. You May Netflix on her. It's not not a lot of publicity about this. I'll tell you what I really wish. I would have taken my salary in Netflix stock. On show we when we did arrested development has that was their first. That was the first year was right on the heels of cards so right first year. Second year ball original programming and Just just not that it was an offer to you can have money or you can have stock but I wonder what they would have said if I said listen I'll take a dollar a week or whatever segment of them is. I'd want but I want the rest in in in stock. I'm sure they would have done that. Yeah that arrested development. Season is an underrated checkpoint for networks. 'cause everyone points to house of cards. I've told this story and this podcast. They BOUGHT THIRTY THIRTY FROM US. In Two thousand twelve. We thought it was hilarious. Because we'd already done all the thirty for thirty days it was. It was finished. It was it was like having leftovers for dinner. And then somebody being like. I'll give you full price for your leftovers. Great here is awesome. Paid for all these. It was a lot of my. I can't remember was but it was a lot and we were like this is crazy. What are they doing? These guys you WanNa you WANNA start talking about about Bill Simmons. Making a lot of money right now. We City whip out last week's paper month. It's Lord it's fine for you. Thank you appreciate. You guys could see bill right now. He's just dripping in jewelry. Just there's gold ropes all over the place. It's a great company. It's like it's much deflects. They have together spotify their shit together and a whole bunch of awesome ways. We'll we'll talk. Well spoken like a man with a new deal. So you in this court other than hanging out with your family. You're working out of Moscow podcasts. That you haven't announced yet what else I am doing doing next to nothing. I'm I'm being respectful to the people that are working very very hard And asking me to do my part which is you know. Stay the hell out of their way and stay home and try to squash the curb or whatever the hell it is So it's not a big ass right. I mean stay. Stay in your house is Is Easy work for for a lot of folks the Helping the kids out with school is trying but again Champagne problems I am watching. Msnbc twenty four seven and and reading the paper and just following this incredible like social political economical medical tidal wave. The I find it endlessly fascinating not in a sort of a shot and Freud kind of for or you know a disaster voyeur type of way but it just truly fascinated at all the the implications and consequences that this is I'm I'm really curious to see how we're all going to respond to it considering We don't have a real great brain trust With their hands on their wheel right now so as just Every every day I'm I'm fascinated to Hauer were clogging holes you know. Does your wife like you more or less than she did. Three months ago. A great question. I I'm pretty sure it's less You know I I'm weighing in as less. I'm in the less camp. I've met a lot of people in the Moore camp. Yeah she the. The humor used to work because it was the only kind of in the morning and at night. And now she's gotTa deal with my bits all day. I'M NOT THAT I don't. I don't have a deep well overexposure. Probab- she's getting tired of watching me walk around in my pajamas. I mean I literally have not. I've not WORN ANYTHING OTHER THAN PAJAMAS. For eight weeks. and slippers. So she's tired of hearing those things flack all over the house on leaving a very very boring life but I say that in the in the in the best way I am not complaining. What's been jogging pants? And and sure it's four pants. Is that Weirdo for sweatpants..

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"moore camp" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Eight into Biden's message And there is a theory that they'll be this flight to safety at the end and he will be the beneficiary of it but then there's this issue of his performance guess which is uneven. He's not been sort of Murphy's performance on hacks on tap that's it's nothing like that. Yeah they're always not always the sharp no no but he he's always sharp buying on the other hand isn't and there. Is this what I call performance anxiety he performs all of his aides anxious and so but it true what he has. He's well known he's very well liked. He's got empathy in huge. You wrote a piece about him by the way in one thousand nine hundred eighty six two. Did you not my researchers. Tell me this donors don't deny it because I I read in the in the Mid Week magazine section of the daily northwestern in ninety six percent. I'm not oh yeah so you actually met with them then came to. He was just starting as president. What were your impressions Russians? have him that. My my impression then was I liked him. He hired me to work on the campaign which eighty seven honest to God. I wrote this piece about him. I was very impressed. I maybe because I was a young impressionable but I was very impressed and they offered me a job back in the days when like the primary somebody thought it mattered and there was A. They offered me this job as as a junior staffer and I said I would take it. I'm not sure I was serious about that. But I said yes and then I went to Europe to mess around for the summer backed the campaign was nothing like the committed campaign. Pain Warrior going to Europe So and so tell me what you see responsibly. In Biden now now as a candidate and as a candidate particularly in Iowa because my feeling is if he were to win the Iowa caucuses he will almost in. My view is very very likely to be the Democratic nominee finishes fourth in Iowa. You're into a whole different kind of campaign and it opens the door to the Bloomberg candidacy. The after the primaries it creates a different scenario. So tell me what you see in him and the way people are responding to him. Well I think the thing so you just pointed to a second ago is the most. Is that thing we all if we're if we're honest with ourselves and we're open to learning we all even those of us who've done this a lot. You've done it more than I have. This is my eighth cycle. So I've done it a fair amount like I you learn you learn things you know as time goes by and I was analytically. Garish Rashawn Biden for all of last year. And thought you weren't alone. Yes but I thought the performance issues that he was out of step with where the party is now. I thought you could. Let's see that he was not on a tough game as a candidate and there would be ideological issues and other things and it turned out everything that I thought would go wrong. Went wrong and yet. He's still the national runner and in many polls leading in Iowa to top the pack in way ahead South Carolina. So what what. What's to learn from that? I think what's to learn from that what I have seen in the year. Is that a talking point that we would also every likes. Joe Biden turns out that in this environment that people's affection for Joe Biden has been a tangible political asset that in the way that that people four years ago looked at Donald Trump who are donald trump fans and said. Yeah Yeah. He says racist stuff and he's politically incorrect and he's this and he's that but he's you know he speaks for me or results the truth. They made excuses for trump's problems his failures earlier. His his candidate misadventures his supporters. With them. No matter what right. There's part of that with Biden where people just genuinely obviously a totally different than Being Joe it is a little bit. He gets a pass from a lot of people. You've seen him have bad debate performances have a moment in almost every debate except for maybe that one in December where there was at least one where you thought if if you right Biden supporter you thought. Wow like I'm not sure I want that. Guy On stage with High Greco The great late Chicago columnist one set of the late mayor. Richard J Daley that he never exits the same sentence he enters and there was a little of that a lot a lot of that but it turns out that over the course of the year. The you've seen is that people just liking Joe Biden. Yes mattered a lot. It's not a tie in you. Know what a real and what you hear is and you probably have seen some of this the most interesting testing interactions come not when he is on a stage which is his least effective but went in and people flock to him. Yes who have had grief. Yes I just had promised he's like a mobile lured 's unit people come to heal because he has extraordinary empathy. And you know I I read In one sense I will say David exe right famous for a remedy. Not what is the remedy. Not a replica. Remedy replica right. So Oh yes what is the most obvious. Deficiency of trump is lack of empathy and humanity. And you see it in Biden so that in many respects they're they're similar age and other things that the quality is a huge thing. And you do see it as you say. He's been in the candidate protection program a lot and they have not. They've been afraid to have him out in a lot of events like a porcelain bowl right in fact. We're still waiting for him. The only candidate who hasn't done the X. Files but you've been bitching about this library. Show every show trying to help them but they're afraid I've I have occasionally Ben at an event where he's been working rope line and I I've known him since ninety six I wander over. He looks at me he will see me smile because we don't use it for so long and at that moment the staff and the secret service and everybody in the world circles around to make sure that we don't actually have any communication wait. He knows that guy by the way that that that is a sustainable model. I've yes I agree because the the Moore camp the farther campaign the less you can hide from that kind of scrutiny. So so that is That creates a level of. We'll see on this empathy thing. Yeah I re read the chapters in that PR- probably the greatest campaign book ever written. Would it takes by Richard. Ben Kramer Adan had an anecdote in there about Biden running into someone in an airport. A young man who had aids and this was nineteen eighty-seven it was then considered a death sentence and Biden. Spend an hour with a guy No you know there was no other than the guy writing a book. There wasn't anybody there to cover the it was just an act of humanity and that is something that at the core of your body not even suffered all of his his various traumas traumas and tragedies at that point when when Ben Kramer wrote that Book and obviously he's gone through much more since then so I do think there's a there's a you really see it and the other thing you see that so the human could actually empathy the reservoir of affection that people have is a real tangible asset number one and it causes people. Excuse various failings that they wouldn't excuse another candidates that's the other thing is that there is an enormous amount of risk aversion in the democratic electorate. Right now the they'll never electric is the on. The progressive side is louder more energized more organized than in the moderate space but the moderates basis bigger numerically and elsewhere. People are so freaked out about what on second trump term would mean that they are looking to Biden and thinking you know in a lot of cases thinking he's flawed a lot of ways but do i. Maybe he's the the safest choice is the choice for some of the reasons we're just talking about but there's definitely a current thinking among among voters where you hear people say you know he's a little too all the game but you know we really WanNa take a chance with Carla Harris or cory booker now or do we really WanNa take a chance with Elizabeth Warren. A lot of a lot of them are school his different set of issues but because a lot of voters would be open to Biden aren't necessarily Open Bernie Sanders here with Warren. The thing comes up when people are. We touched on this in the last week with the Warren Sanders controver gender. There is a quiet discussion going on a lot of Democrats not about whether a woman should be. President is qualified to be president but is a risk factor we saw what Donald Trump did Hillary Clinton we saw the misogyny on display. Is that we want to tinker with that or not. You hear voters asking those hard questions who are not misogynist at all your outlook but are so focused on winning and making sure that trump it does get another four years that they're factoring in things like that that I've never heard voters think about in quite the same way with the same kind of calculation that they are in this cycle. Michael Yeah she was sailing along. She ran almost flawless campaign for about ten months. Yes and then hit a an iceberg called Medicare for all candidates who decided to hold their feet to the fire at it and some pundits who decided to try to hold their feet to the fire on to recall you pressing her one. Pundit where you talk yeah I re-. I can punch after that debate in October. Where you asked her would you your euro supporter of brings Interferon co-sponsor? Would you introduce it. If you were elected. President Jan Homina Homina Homina Homina which was not a great look for her. Yeah Yeah and there were subsequent subsequent problems with what about the dustup with the way I see this and tell me if this is wrong there are primaries within the primary here. You've got a battle for primacy on the left between Sanders. Warren you have a battle for the sort of center left vote between Biden Buddha judge and closure it it seems to me that for Buddha Dj and club and and Warren they have to beat the principle. They have to beat the front runner in order to who really propel themselves forward in this race. She has to beat Sanders in Iowa. He has to beat by even if they don't finish first they have to finish ahead of the person in their lane where you're pointing to implicitly to one of the things that is always true which is that we all have an interpretive framework by wheel I mean anybody who interprets. It's the stuff for a living. What the press says an expectation what we consider victory or loss? Come back to Iowa in a second about how like what that how that will work because I just really codified defied. I thought about this the other day that I had never really thought if I'd before I do think that there is we're we're are you when you say constant codification Codify right now. It's not it's not the nicest things jiffy moments alone now. I'm I'm good. I think that it's true that so I think the Sanders Warren fight she. There's one moment that actually sent through without for some voters I think which was her moment on the debate stage was very good for her. I don't think if you did the inside baseball of it. I don't think she handled the whole thing particularly well. I don't think that various elements of it were particularly well executed on their part..

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"moore camp" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Six thousand dollars a year only sixty six thousand that surprised me that seems like a very low number just knowing the home prices in this area and then the taxes that go along with it I would say you probably should be close to eighty to a hundred sixty six thousand a year will support a family of four but forty two percent of the families are not able to pay their bills and the United Way says this ought to be a wake up call for local governments I don't know about that I think it should be a wake up call to quit acting and everybody so much where they can't afford to live in the city and you'll wonder why you don't have the income you once did because there's not anybody living here in forty days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on news radio kale BJ there's a new show biz book out go on the boat shocking bizarre and historic deaths of performers on stage from Chicago review press and written by bird Kerns and Jeff Abraham orchestra conductors visible sale occupation why most of these conductors are between the ages of sixty and seventy they do a lot of traveling internationally they don't eat well played a lot of airplane food and they don't watch your cholesterol so when they do get on to the podium and begin conducting once they start getting into those more active portions of the operas and and of the classical pieces your heart attacks dying on stage goes beyond natural causes when you're dealing with the wind is falling off a tie propane and at a hundred twenty five feet above the ground or if you're magician trying to catch a bullet speaking of which I believe me earliest death on stage read that we recorded was in sixteen ninety seven and that was a person who was attempting the bullet catch and the person that was firing the ball it got angry with him and hit him over the head with a gun and kill them there's a concept known as the Tommy Cooper affect may be after a certain British comedian one of the other performers on that same night that Thomas Hooper died a live television you can watch the video when used to with you so there is that another performer had a heart attack anyone of dying to a number of years afterwards copy cats Tommy Cooper's contemporary median and Eric Moore camp stated publicly that he would hate to die the way Tommy Cooper died would never want to die on stage luckily for him he did not die on stage an encore of the show and then took two steps off the stage and died in the wings well okay then some of these sound made up but the authors swear they're all true that actor died while doing a play called anatomy of a murder more from the show will go on in our next report tomorrow at this time your voice installation media his voice is the American wind and rain news radio DJ that is the one I mean you don't need that I love the keepers maybe because like I said but many think the laws of thought is is this at least that's the best and then maybe clinic I said but my name again is that going to battle each other no needles I see see through the door the Alice this at least that hi is this at a mass buses going to see the movie in the castle if I come with a good nothing less I mean yes we see that got a lot of that when I leave at the end thanks if anything leave at the end because of this and have one of the uniformed XTC also assumes differ from three propelled me Landell signal to singles millennials entitled dreamy technology reliant eighteen to thirty four year olds are about to move into their purchasing power are you ready contrary to what you may.

"moore camp" Discussed on The Report

The Report

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The Report

"Like everybody else and one of the reasons I respect for Manafort so much is he went through that you know they make up stories people make up stories this whole thing about talking to the president's lawyers they they continue to be in this joint defense agreement and basically they're funneling them information about what what mowers prosecutors are asked because suddenly they kind of have a a spy enzyme Moore's camp bringing them back information about what the what Moore's team is continuing to investigate and what questions element in the Russia investigation and new court filing by the special counsel Bob Muller Claiming Paul Manafort lied to Muller's team and the FBI repeatedly okay now here's the crucial point after he pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors so after he reached this whole deal he lies the Bob Mueller team he lies to the FBI president trump his attorney Rudy Giuliani telling an he's been upset for weeks about what he considers the UNAMERICAN horrible treatment of Manafort adding this can be happening to him if not for this perverse overzealous desire to get the President Giuliani admitting he's been in contact with Manafort's defense team scene he knew Manafort was quote running into problems with Muller's and in an interview on November Twenty Eighth President Trump says he's not taking a pardon for manafort off the table during an Oval Office interview President Trump told the New York post he has not ruled out a pardon for former campaign chairman Paul manafort quote it was never discussed but I wouldn't take it off the table why would I take it off the table the president said Mr Trump also alleged that manafort political adviser Roger Stone and his associate Zia Jerome Corsi were pressured to lie quote you know this flipping stuff is terrible you flip and you lie and you get the prosecutors will tell you ninety nine percent of the time they can get people to flip so Moore's team goes to the judge and tells her that Paul Manafort has breached his plea agreement by continuing to tell lies and ultimately they kind of throw up their hands in disgust really and just say he has not been cooperative and we want that to be taken into account when he is sentenced he is ultimately sentenced to seven and a half years but this is a place where you can actually see the president's actions having a real act on the investigation it appears as though Paul Metaphor believed that a pardon was in the offing for him or at least that seems like it strong possibility as a result he withheld certain things from the investigation and the investigation was not able to get around is lies would there were things they were not able to figure out that they wanted to figure out because he was not fully honest which he perhaps was not fully honest because of what the president at dawn and said I think the Mahler team conclude so that there are major questions they can answer and and nowhere to me is that more evident potentially than in the manner of Paul Manafort Muller Talks about the president's interactions with someone but he says revealing what or who would cause harm to an ongoing matter Rosalind Helderman explains that as with the reductions in volume one we know whose name is behind those black bars it's Roger Stone we feel very strongly based off of the late length of the redaction of the name and common sense that this is a discussion of the precedents interactions with Roger Stone in fact that's been confirmed in court because Roger Stone will go on trial in November and donned a there has been specific or conversations about whether the section of the report can be redacted there's a gag order in that case and the special counsel's Office had assured the judge that they would not make this public prior to his trial because of the gag order so I think we're fairly certain this has to do with Roger Stone we don't know what it says I would presume that we will learn what it says after the trial that that is the moment you know when there's longer issue of potential way affecting the jury pool in that upcoming case once they convict or acquit we should learn the president did or said that might have affected Roger Stone l'affaire managing editor Quinta Jurassic notes that there are even more clues that this is stone isn't any real question this section is about Roger Stone.

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"moore camp" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"They don't want you leave without permission. I left without permission a few times but I came back. Oh see I left to go in the and I got in trouble. You stole up in Dole from our room. They found me around. They found me around a barrel fire. You're telling my tail to a bunch of other bows and beans advocating like made a little beard out of like soot. My parents were most mad that I took my new good hiking boots and I cut the toes out so that I would have Hobo but it's it's cool so we now the next day. A FLASH FOLLOWS THE NANCY AND CHERYL WHO is interested in to the gym where they are having a really cool aerobics class that devolves into madness this another question I have a lot of activities for the counselors at this camp for the kid female Eric chargers campers or counselors I couldn't they were pretty good question because like are they is Cheryl Camper because then if a counselor's raining is hounding after that brings up some strange powered on. I've never seen her with kids. I was a counselor because I feel like they're two levels of ages of people at at this is probably but it's it's just strange like there's a whole aerobics class. Just for counselor aged people at this point flash on campus. You think says they have because fanny is the counselor over them. Just like flashes the counselor over his get China will get but he can be a cit and they could be like the oldest camper that kind of work yeah. I mean that's it's. There's a lot of ethical boundaries that are you know we don't want to happen so in the scene where Giddy Giddy kisses the kid in the wheelchair is not okay now. That's obviously a flash gets in a boxing match with boomer Moore. Camp Sasquatch is resident boxing champion. It's kind of like a dumb rocky Balboa time. I couldn't figure out if he was a camper a counselor all he seems to be just leave the camping botch and residents. I was a boxer and it's like he's saying only ever do is the the only we ever see him. Do is box and have a canoe on his head and can't see where he's going and he's going around her action. So after the gym we cut to a scene in the women's bunk. This is an important sequence sequence because we learned important. It's similar to when you're watching or reading a clockwork orange and you're trying to understand the dialect at this point. We've been introduced the term pinkies and in my head I think of of course baby mice mice that are fed to other larger animals but in this case no we learned that pinkies means a man's subpoenas so they're looking at pinkies just to use their terminology in a girl magazine playgirl magazine doubts and interview with Sally Field on the cover. Okay that's really why they have and we realized that Cheryl's though Cheryl has a mystery mysterious past that hopefully will be explained over the course of the movie. She may have never seen a pinkie before so the Nancy decides to help Cheryl and the rest of the bunk kind of band with her their goal is to let her see pinkie so it's kind of like a gender swap the traditional like screw balls type no sex comedy. I guess I do enjoy the this is the movie where the women are like the horn. Ones are the ones that are driving that plot but it also gives you a kind of a hint to the tone of this movie which is like sex is comedy with all the sex scenes edited out because you kind of keep thinking that like there's going to be an eighties teen comedy and then let it never gets around to any of that <hes>. I didn't find any T- damned in C._N._A.. And the amber sand in the middle well don't even talk to me about it very mad now. It's a it feels like they are trying to. They're trying to do a sex comedy for kids which is like all night. Always plays a sex comedies with the stuff edited out. Let's just do their work forum. It's also like up all night yet CASSANDRA lambro..

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"moore camp" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"But I think when you look at the few brands that actually have made that inflection, well, they have moved from purely digital native to truly Amish channel these elect the Worby parkers in the bananas the world, they tend to actually have this virtuous cycle where customers identify the brand and the product online can engage with the brand and the product off line, and they might purchase in either place. But there's this complementarity between the digital online identity in the offline sleet of stores the challenge behind that though is capital. And that's frankly, why decided to start a fund precisely around. This was we saw that many brands were on this razor's edge. They were running into challenges around customer acquisition online. They wanted to open stores, but they lack two things. They lacked access to expertise around we tail real estate and building out stores, and they lacked the capital to fuel that growth in the same time that that gap was there in the funding market. We saw the large retail real estate owners were rooting for the success of these brands and they actually wanted to support them. And so you're absolutely right. It's challenging space to underwrite because it's so different than underwriting. Enterprise SAS or any just consumer technology company. But when you understand it well in many ways, it's almost more programmatic and more formulaic and the inputs drive a successful outcome. I think are in some ways more standardized. It's just there's a missing link around domain expertise. So I totally get you that Brennan programmatic potential do you have to slightly pushy. But you know, I love you says fine Ponant justified on Seattle in terms of like, totally get you. The financing is amazing pawn is venture financing the ROY type of financing the ova what we things they in. Terms of the clear by of the world, the assembled Brown's offering different financial terms and structures in place for these brands to grow laws because one could argue venture incredibly hawed. Both is a great example that true. I'm sure sounds incredibly hauled in this space. It's a great question. I think it depends on when you invest, right, and what the premise of your investment is. So I think if you're investing in a later stage retailer because it's just a challenging space that has a lot of capital intensity to it. You have to be very cautious around valuation it again, you're investing at state is series as they typically where our retail fund invests, and you can actually really pinpoint that inflection point where brand can go from being purely online and digital in kind of how it's stand cheated customers to on the channel. And you think you can affect that change accelerate growth there from I think that represents a really interesting opportunity. What I don't think you'll see is the. Ten billion dollar exits that typically you see in from software both enterprise and consumer software businesses like we look for out of our real estate technology fund. But I think at the right entry point and with the right premise around how you can help and with clear sensitivity to valuation you have so they can find the right opportunities. And that's frankly, where our fund has focused is exactly on brands that are at that inflection point. And we're that typically happens is somewhere between series a and series be anywhere from ten to twenty five million dollars of top line revenue for brand given the kind of abbey said that Moore camps outside than maybe traditional so fly companies given the capital in Tennessee is initiative big consum- fee, and it won't point you think one should may be Flint from the.

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"moore camp" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Why did you let them Tucker fee my favorite, although he did goes Mr. Mustafa lease one year? So yeah, I was just I I wanted to be a cat. Everybody wants to be a cab, my dream as a child is not achieved. But now I owned two cats Aim High kids one day, you might become a cat. If you go onto repulse drag race, or pink mouse, I did not have as much of a problem with this as you to maybe it's because like you said the the lights sort of washed away the difference in the color. So it all came across as one thing. I think I was just one over by the idea behind it. I really liked the looks that sort of went outside the box when it comes to this idea of being a cat, and the fact that pink panther's able to bring up splash of color with a figure that you would assume as iconic is a really great idea the execution didn't necessarily match up to it. I know what she was coming from that the round ears are from the Pink Panther. If you look at a cartoon of the Pink Panther. He does have round ears, but it doesn't necessarily work when transpose onto a humanoid form. And the wig is interesting too. I guess you want to bring the drag feminine. Element into it with the whig. But I don't maybe she got the memo that all the all stars winners were were blondes. Maybe Mona Asia's trying to pick up on that trend right before they round the band. But it's an interesting choice. Yeah. I care for the whig. In fact, I didn't even notice it because the costume to me is. So it's so offensive to my is it was so offensive on the runway again like I on the runway all the pinks look the same. It's so funny because looking at the picture it looks like there's three different pinks or four different things. In fact, I Leon I didn't even notice on the runway that the bodice and the boots look like they're completely made of different fabric. In fact, they look like they're different colors for God's sake. So. Yeah, no, this is this. It was a mess. She looked like a mouse. And I even though she is synced in pattern. I agree with you that she is it looks badly done and us because of that. I didn't I didn't like it. And I will all my sympathies go out to her in the challenge. I think Felicity Huffman said it perfectly where look you can only shy attorney so many times when it's just going to be a big old piece of crap by the end of it. And the fact of the matter is this role that she lost out on and sort of just happened to fall into her lap was not very good for all the talk that Ross and Michelle were saying about like bring it's more of this persnickety girl. I totally agree with you print. I thought trinity could've done a fantastic job at that. Bring back like the sister. Mary coons of it all I think Monet was trying to tackle it from an actress perspective when this is cruelly calling for the Moore camp either side of drag performance, but the script which is bringing nothing. For her in terms of jokes. She was the straight woman. I disagree. That SAP was this woman. This character was the straight woman the normal one. And it just it sucks that she ended up with this part where she really couldn't do much with it. I think she tried to. And she was talking about all the nuances in her performance, even though she can't spell it. But I think she was still a bad hand here that she did not help with her runway. Look, unfortunately, I agree. All right moving on to the Queen who would alternately go home here. Latrice his take on kitty cat, Qatar slash against the entire safari in general and her performance as Cynthia in sex in the girl three Liana what thinking about Latrice is swan song here. Okay. So for her performance in the challenge. I do go back to the line where she told Monique to stop stepping on her lines. And that was the best that she did in the entire challenge..

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"moore camp" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Pod Save America

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Former Arizona Senator Jeff flake allowed fart noises. Yeah. Guys, if you were political consultants, would you advise one of these candidates to challenge Donald Trump? Yes. Run all of you. Please all of you run in primary him and attack him and try not to suck at it. This bad this time that said I think this is going to get maybe built up into a possible hurdle for Donald Trump that doesn't really exist. If you look at the way, primaries work in the the holy has on his base. And that therefore it will ultimately be spoken of as a win somehow that he didn't get primarily as a sitting president United States, which should be a matter, of course. So there's no appetite for Jeff flake so appetite for John casick, really? But maybe they go out, and they really hammer them day after day after day. It will harm him. We don't know Tim Miller wrote a great piece about this. And why he thought it was important. And I thought the argument he made is the right one, which is Tommy's right, politically, it's a long shot. But so is Donald Trump becoming president and the real case to be made for an alternative to Donald Trump. And the Republican party is immoral one. That all these people that have claimed over the years that this is not who should represent publican ISM and who have failed to stand up for it enough if they claim that there should be an alternative. Well, someone has to fucking be it. Yeah. Right. If someone doesn't stand up in bed, if someone if the Republican party was a healthy political party, if it was a healthy political movement. We wouldn't be having this conversation. There would be multiple conservative standing up and saying why not me I should do it. I want to do it. The question would not be is anyone going to be a tough enough to stand up Donald Trump. The question would be are are going to be too many too many people willing to try to fight against this guy who obviously is morally and and and personally unfit to be president. But that's not happening. And so if these so so they are in the situation where their movement has failed. The base has been a Namur too. Donald Trump by right wing propaganda. And the question is is someone despite all those headwinds willing to do the right thing. And I think so far we don't know. Yeah. And look Tim's point is he's he wants to save that version of the Republican party that even if it's a long shot, and this person might lose they should try anyway because it's the morally right thing to do. Right. So that that's good. But I actually think the most effective primary to Donald Trump would come from his base from the right? I think like Ann Coulter running for president against or Tucker or tiger. Right. And saying you promised all these things you promise to while you promises firms that and you didn't deliver for the base that's actually far more dangerous to him. I think than some Republican mainstream Republican or Republican moderate and look historically challenges from the base of your own party are more dangerous than a challenge from you know, a more centrist part of the yet. I mean, Jimmy Carter was sweating Ted Kennedy a lot more than he was fucking Pete's coffee or whatever the hell Yasser ended. I mean, look, I I don't mean to be dismissive of these. I don't think they're going to be effective in any way for exactly the the dynamic you talked about which is he has a hold on thirty percent of the country. That is absolute at this point. And that's gonna make it really hard to win a primary against him. But they should attack him, but they should go into this full speed don't go in with some high road message about how you're going to unite the country baba your goal here is to damage him politically. So that he is not the next president be eyes wide open. And also to understand that this dynamic that John's pointing out is absolutely right. Which is the base wants them on even more to the right than Donald Trump. That problem will not be solved in this election. But if someone does give voice to that version of republicanism. It will be there. Just as an example after this kind of republicanism gets the come up and sit deserves and once, you know, it will take wide-scale Republican defeat to force the reckoning the Republican party needs. That's what we said before the twenty sixteen election. That's what we said since that reckoning will not be brought about by a primary challenge. But. It will offer an example for when that reckoning comes. So we talked a lot about Donald Trump's challenges as a candidate. Let's I would've strength. What strengths does Donald Trump bring to the twenty twenty race? Well, according to some of the Maga dead enders. He is playing chess rest of us are just playing checkers. So he is a master. He's a master genius political. His honestly is real strengths are that he continues to dominate the news cycle all day every day. No. And that is a big one. Yeah. And command media attention in like, even even the dynamic that just occurred in the in the wall shutdown fight like it the press ended up trying to meet in the middle of the debate. Despite the fact that he was like, I will cloudy own the shutdown despite the fact that it was clear that he was trying to extract unilateral concession from Democrats while offering nothing he it was treated as both sides issue. So the frustrating dynamic that we've all screamed about for two years. Four years is still there. Yeah. Yeah. I would just add, you know, we still live in this crazy political environment media environment where there's the standard where all hell to. And then there's the standard Trump has hell to and that continues to be true. And that continues to be an advantage for him. You know, he is rewarded for, you know, not throwing up on himself. Yeah. Where other politicians would have to say produce a coach an argument, I think the other strength. He brings is he's going to have a fuck load of money. He's going to raise a lot of money. He's going to have all the Republican super PACS behind him throwing a lot of money too. And he is very good at demonizing opponents. He's very good at coming up with a positive message for himself. But he is very good at demonizing whoever runs against him. And he will use that money to try to destroy the democratic candidate in every way possible and make that candidate acceptable to American people. He is not trying to win. He is merely trying to make sure that the democrat loses, and that's what he didn't twenty sixteen and he's going to try that again. And so and and one other thing that could help Trump. A third party challenger on Sunday. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, let the world know that he's seriously considered running for president as an independent candidate in twenty twenty. He said in a sixty minutes interview, we're living at a most fragile time. Not only the fact that this president is not qualified to be the president. But the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what's necessary and behalf of the American people, Bob, blah, blah, blah, blah. According to the news report shelters hired a number of people already to advise him on this potential project including Steve Schmidt. John McCain's campaign manager in two thousand eight has noted in recent piece by the Washington Post Schultz has signaled a willingness to break with democratic orthodoxy. We have to go after entitlements. He said in the NBC interview after announcing his retirement last year. He also dismissed as false promises. The proposals for single payer healthcare, guaranteed federal jobs that have become popular on the left saying they were fiscally unworkable guys. How much should a Schultz candidacy scare the shit out of us? I'm not really there yet. I'm still in the place of he has not said he's going to run as an independent. I think it's all of our jobs to make sure that he doesn't actually make that decision. It's extremely foolish and dangerous and selfish, and narcissistic and not evidence based I'm there's a piece about when you hear this up on crooked dot com where I sort of walk through what I was thinking about it because it made me so angry I had to write an article. All right, which is not something I like to do.

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"moore camp" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Pod Save America

"You know don trump's gonNA declare victory no collusion the right wing's going to say that the conservative me is going to do that and the mainstream press is going to be like yeah I know it was just a bunch of process credits like we that's basically forget about anything that's all you need to know personal insights on who we are from how well we sleep to how many steps we take per day shouldn't our health resolutions customized to twenty three meals you to go beyond ancestry to access more if you're likely to consume more or less caffeine than average I'm in the Moore Camp Yeah I mean and I can tell you without the test and make pot of eight to ten cups of coffee in the morning and it's usually gun Oh wow gusting myself but my if you have a self loathing gene you can run my blood anything me health and ancestry kid today at twenty three dot com slash crooked that's the number two three and me dot com slash crooked again that's twenty three dot com like Michael Jordan pods of America's brought to you in roots and it wasn't Fudgy the whale because speaking of Fudgy the whale Valentine's Day surprise consists of a bouquet of supermarket roses and drugs tweet off rethink what Valentine's Day it can be with Tommy John the most comfortable men's and women's underwear on the planet a.

"moore camp" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"He joins us from Baltimore. Scott. Welcome to the program. Mega. So first of all tell us a little bit more about what you reported about what this group of democratic operatives attempted to do in the Alabama special election using social media techniques. What did they try to do? Well, I have to say that the people who did this were not eager to talk about it. And so I'm not sure we have every detail, but essentially they deliberately experimented with what you might call the Russian techniques on social media, one of the things they did was they created a conservative page though. They were not conservatives oriented to are designed to attract conservatives in Alabama, and they use that among other things to try to split the Republican electorate. They also use it to communicate with a write in candidate whose candidacy they supported with the idea of drawing votes away from the Republican ROY Moore in the draining votes from him. And that was that was you know, certainly, a a fraud Yellen move in the sense that they were pulling. Considered and they weren't considered. And then something that remains a little murkier. But they in a report that obtained about this operation, they they describe it as an elaborate false flag operation that planted. The idea that the Moore campaign was amplified on social media by a Russian botnets, essentially, there were bunch of stories in the mainstream press saying, jeez, there's all these Russians who were following ROY Moore on Twitter, and you know, it was sort of embarrassment for the Moore campaign. And they said maybe it was a dirty trick. And no one really knew what where this came from. And we don't know exactly what was done whether these operators actually purchased as one can do, you know sensually Twitter account since know sent them after ROY Moore or how exactly work, but in any case they seem to have done something to try to discredit the Moore camp. Pain on Twitter. Okay. So now to be clear one as your reporting one of the participants in this. What hundred thousand dollars democratic peration was Jonathan Morgan that chief executive of new knowledge, and and destroy mind. Folks. Get new knowledge is the firm that wrote one of these reports that was just submitted to the Senate intelligence committee about Russian interference or Russian use of social media. So let me ask you the reason why we definitely wanted to talk to you today's as I as I mentioned at the beginning, we spoke with Rene duress STA who's with new knowledge now, and you talk to her as well, even though she didn't work for the company at the time in two thousand seventeen what role does she have to play in the story. Let me make a couple things clear. One thing is as far as we can tell the democratic campaign. Doug Jones campaign knew nothing about this and had no role in it. And literally learned learned about it in the last couple of days when we started calling them. So they had nothing to do with it. And according to Jonathan Morgan the CEO of New Jersey point out new knowledge as a company had nothing to do with it. This was sort of a side project that he participated in and early on he asked Rene Terresa, essentially for advice on this. And according to both of them, he called her up and said, hey, we want a sort of doing experiment where we test out some of these sort of Russian style, techniques and try to understand them better. What are what are the some of the things we we could do what are some of the things you can do on social media that we might sort of do intest and the and and he describes this as sort of? Academic exercise. And she she claims that she was not paid for it. And and really was just sort of a very early consultant in this process. Well, any quoted as saying that there were people who believe the Democrats needed to fight fire with fire and that she disagreed with that. But but I'm just we have like thirty seconds here to go. I just one less thing. I mean, so this is quite an eye opening report piece of reporting from you. It is a little jarring to hear some of these Democrats say this is like an academic exercise..

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"moore camp" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

"So what questions do you have for me? First of all did you like the episode? You're you're laughing about the the riddle little bit the robot. Yeah. Solvent. So so tell me what you questions you have. What happened to being what happened to being no spoilers? Maybe being is out there somewhere. Probably still on the Marlow. Maybe. I don't know. We'll find out. Yeah. Next what other questions, you have earth is no crab guy. Krever crab ever. Yeah. He's a fearsome pirate. Obviously. Yeah. I'm well. Well, yeah. But he's joking because like a pirate would never admit to being a pirate. Yeah. So that was kind of like the joke there are making. So I should say that the crab hammer. I wanna give credit regretted do that came from character club crab. Hammer was a character created by Gideon from swarthmore, Pennsylvania. I also remember little cramped guy. If you were there are knives show. Yeah. There's a crab character show. Yeah. And then the shape shifting alien was also in line that is blobby which was a character from character club that his sister Scarlett from swarthmore, Pennsylvania, she submitted that we're this. Getting higher crew together is a good opportunity to get some character club characters into the story some excited to do that. Yeah. You had you had one last question. I think let's do dry. What's the trial? Yes. So sounds like they're going to have to pass some more tests to get onto the pirates. If they even want to get onto a pirates, I don't know if they do or not, Nope definitely do net. But that might be the only way to get their robots back hurt. Any other questions thoughts? Okay. Well, not to ask you a time. It is 'cause I don't wanna know time clock. And I'm just going to say, it's art time. It's something really. All right. I want to say thanks to Lexi who is five and three quarters and Logan who is three and a half dove from Rosslyn British Columbia, Canada, karnal who's eight and Kinley who is six Evelyn who's eight Annabel from Tulsa, Oklahoma Celia who is six may and bow in Utah Genevieve who's seven from Silver Spring, Maryland Amelia, who's five from Seattle Washington Xavier who is six from Boston Massachusetts, Chester Carson, Aaron who's eight from Hollywood Florida Serafina who is twelve and Nora who's five from Brooklyn, New York. Thank you all so much and now Griffin. It is. The. Joke. All right. And then for jokes this week. We got some really awesome jokes Email to us by brother sister team, Ethan and Audrey Hamm. I'm just going to read a couple of they gave us a whole bunch of great jokes. Audrey joke is what did the million spider say welcome to my web, Bula nebula. And then ethan's joke is weird. You Ilian go to see all of the animals, they go to the zoo Piter on Jupiter. That's awesome. Thank you both so much. And now we have a joke from our friend field take it away. Fyona? I n t o nine seven years old from sausalito. And I have a joke. How does a space alien fight a code? With his a moon system of. That's awesome. Thank you, all so much for all those awesome jokes crooked anything else to talk about today. Features the Moore camp clubs stooling. Every have we got our first submissions to deleted scenes. Yep. Got some good suggestions. So we're going to start working on those deleted scenes. Yup. My idea totally nine idea at all. I said that I said that was your idea. I gave you credit. All right. Well, I think if that's if you're in the US right now, we want to say happy thanksgiving. Yeah. And if you're not in the US, we're thankful for you being our listeners to and I think we'll talk about. Well, then what do you want to say? Bye bye. See everybody. All right. Thanks for joining us. Again, this week you so much for all awesome jokes, all the great art all the catchphrases which were gonna keep trying out all season long. Thanks, everybody. Who solved our puzzle which is everybody in the universe. Barely stay tuned. Because we have a lot of really fun stuff planned for the rest of the season. The yearly veterans of Kesse gen Z kids production and produced by job messenger. Edited gotta by Griffin messenger special. Thanks Maria Nueva Everson messenger is our enter the music here at beating ever shows..

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"moore camp" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"Classes road. He's less required. Classes for college students, a majority of my students came from so. Think about students from like engineering disciplines, you know, they probably would have any opportunities using Louis outside of those English classes provided by some training score since the Moore camp things like that, you know, while definitely yeah, they -bility to use it in to see it. As that communicative tool is powerful thing. That's not there for number of years like might new as my poor German teacher. I talk about her way too much. It's not her fault. I mean, we were in high school classroom. She had what forty or fifty minutes at she had a textbook she had to get through. But I swear I never even envisioned speaking to anybody in German outside of that class. I really did the as a subject, and as the sounds that I was supposed to make with those letters that didn't look like they should go together. I was just like this is crazy. Why am I doing that? It was a requirement. I had years of language nowadays with with people probably more broad from. You're one of the reason why more and more people started to pick up for languages. Ellen before he was just English. It's like the only language to grasp but nowadays, probably multiple than people are aware of the are people are catching up. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Had. I had the internet then and was able to take some of the things I liked in my first language like if I could have watched German like music, videos, or German visa TV shows are things like that. It would have connected were I think in I would have been like it's not just this cheesy conversation about buying fruit. It might it's not that hard. You pick up the fruit you give money. You don't even need language in most countries. Yes. I really wonder if kids these days are using the internet more when they're in those static classes, are they all the it resources outside to to supplement. I think now it's better the terms of the materials that get exposed to. Yeah. Yeah. For sure for served was there any part of learning English or French or Spanish that with difficult. More time than the other parts for English. I think it was just the test items, you know, I focused like probably eighty percent of the time. I spend in English was self learning. I was just mimicking like the I was trying to think of some of the materials, I I like some of my favorite materials like music MTV. Movies and tapes, like, you know, presidential debate. You know, they have this kind of materials, you know, so circulating in this book markets..

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"moore camp" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on The NBA Show

"You know, he'll just be ruthless about the refereeing and we're not getting calls here and you can tell he's just like really locked in and the second the Spurs lose. He embraces the other coach and he's just like, we're going to go, we're gonna. Everybody's gonna, take a break. We're gonna go, eat some good food. We're gonna come back recharged, try and go for it again next year. And he kinda sound like that. He said. Was just like, we're not enduring anything right. Everybody if you watch the news like you can tell like this, this is a child's game that we play. He sent child's game and he was like, I can't wait to coach team USA basic, right. And he said he is asked the question about whether qui- was a bad teammate, and obviously there are all those reports about, you know, they're begging him to play in the locker room. He wouldn't play, and you know, Tony Parker saying that comment that really pissed off about my enjoys worse. Tony Parker, classic number one team mate teammate in the past. And he said, no, qui- was a great team at the whole time. All about basketball. Everything's good. This whole past year with the Spurs almost been like what you were saying. Chris, just like their pragmatism, especially coming from pop kinda clashing against the vision. We've had of them as being like this progressive like bashing of of an MBA franchise where I think few years ago when they of develop themselves as the perfect foil for the big three heat by almost working the angles like they were one of the first teams to really embrace the corner three and find the value of or the very least like take advantage of it in ways that lead to such such results where they were basically able to take an aging core to up end one of the greatest collections of talents that we've ever seen. But now you start to see with pop and like some of the moves that they've been making. It really comes down to kinda just wants the win, just wants to go forward with who he has. He wants to advocate time. And I think with the mar- you kinda see a team where I think I'm actually excited to see what this team shakes out to be and never been a big Amar fan, like watching him play. Place specifically, but like they have a lot of young guys and I do feel like it's just they're just going to want to go forward in take advantage of what is it less to three years of Papa helm? Yeah, which like for them, I get it. Although from an outsider's point of view, it does feel weird that they're not making the sort of homerun trades that we all -ssume that they would. Yeah, that's a very, like sort of positive way of looking at it. Sure. I think that one of the reasons why this doesn't feel good. Inhale, you kinda wrote about this too, is not only do you have qui- who hasn't really given many public statements over the last season when he has. They haven't really corresponded with the way that the story is gone. So he had said recently enough, I wanna be a spur for life and that wasn't the case. And then the flip side you wrote about this yesterday, Haley is the more thing sucks. You know what I mean? This is another. This is a second straight NBA season where basically franchise icon I is Thomas last year damore to in this year gets treated. Kind of in the height of their relationship like in the peak of their relationship with the fan base, and we haven't heard from derozen yet, and honestly, Rosen's not going Orlando like. Graham about side. Remember the exact words with something about loyalty. You know something about that, and then he did not say, but there were reports that he was lied to. Yeah, older as lied to the Moore's camp maintains that they try to in Vegas, and I think that the wording is, I think we're left with the impression that he would not be trade icy. And then there has been since then some reporting that suggests like exact set on his podcast closed on his podcast that I can't imagine the messiah would actually put it that way because he's just been trying to trade..

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"moore camp" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"moore camp" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Pleasure see buster katie is coz of a popular morning show on w h b in kansas city and nate i've been your guests on your show for about a decade or so a weekly guest and so i'm kind of turning the tables on you today to talk about an important topic that we discussed on your show on thursday i just wanna follow it up now that the college world series is over and luke heimlich of oregon state can now sign with any team at this point and begin a professional career but we don't know if that's going to happen he admitted to molesting a little girl from at least two thousand ten through much two thousand eleven and that was back then and now he has since changed what he's saying he's indicating to teams to media members that he never did this and recently dave more of the kansas city royals sent out a trial balloon to sort of raise the possibility you know mentioned that you know this is someone that they've gotten to know it felt like that he wanted to lease gauge the possible response from fans in kansas city if the royals were to do this you are as tuned in as anyone i know to sports there tell me what sort of reaction you've heard well the reaction kansas city is probably more mixed than than i would guess in about any other market that it might be in the united states buster there are a lot of reasons for that but i'll give you one example and this oh we're your scientific but the the midday show at the radio station where i work put out a twitter poll asking fans whether or not dayton moore in the royal should sign heimlich and i think we all expected it to be somewhere in the range of at least seventy percent of the people saying no it was fifty one to forty nine no to yes i mean it was almost evenly split i can't imagine you'd see that type of reaction anywhere else there are a lot of reasons for that we can get into buster obviously dayton moore and in his past in this town and and the perception of his his character and those types of things as well factor into it the kansas city chiefs success at least to this point with tyreek hill which we could talk about if you want to might factor into that as well but i was very surprised when i saw the results of that in the media reaction here in town is very split there's some people that are adamantly against it other people who are are very much in the trust dayton moore camp and that's kind of been the reaction so far if dayton moore's been trying to gauge public opinion i'm not sure that the public opinion here in kansas city has done anything to completely discourage him from the idea yeah and the other day i did outside the lines and i was asked about the reaction around baseball to this idea and i mentioned that you know i'd heard from general managers of the teams that they thought three factors were involved here one dayton is someone regarded as having very high character and someone who has a lot of credibility and to he's been in his job for a long time this is not a first or second year general manager this is someone who won a world series in kansas city and three in this is pointed out by folks with other teams that this is not a huge media market there there's to beat writers covering the the royals on the road whereas in new york or boston this it would be a situation where every day some news outlet would be doing a story on this in this case over the kansas city star they would be there was one round of stories last week i suspect you haven't had a drumbeat of stories day after day after day the way you would in new york and folk with other teams were saying this is sort of like the if you look at it like a weather system it's like a perfect storm circumstances which might make it easier for the royals to do this what do you think of all that.

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