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"mr malcolm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Has spent a decade in Congress as a low key moderate Republican who largely avoided heated partisan battles that changed with President Trump's a second impeachment trial. Washington State congresswoman was at the center for debate Saturday in the Senate over whether the former president dismissed lawmakers pleas for help. When rioters storm the U. S Capitol on January 6th. Democrats in the House impeachment team wanted to call her as a witness, Heritage Foundation. Legal fellow John Malcolm explains the process. It certainly appeared as if once witnesses are permitted that there was going to be some kind of a committee that was going We have to form to decide which witnesses and what the parameters of the depositions would be. Mr Malcolm says Both parties likely decided it was too late in the proceedings to introduce witnesses. Bernie Bennett reporting the Winter storm has blockaded the Pacific Northwest, with ice and snow, leaving hundreds of thousands of people. Without power. Breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. Space shot has been put on hold. Virgin Galactic is put off plans to make another attempt at a rocket powered flight from New Mexico to the fringe of space, the company says more times needed for technical checks. The lake comes is the promise of commercial flight looms. The company's yet to announce a firm date for its first commercial flight. But more than 600 customers from around the world have already purchased tickets. Last test flight attempt in December was cut short when computer trouble prevented the spaceships rocket from firing properly. Rhonda roster reporting Jordan speak, will carry to start lead into the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro Am as he seeks his first title since the 2017 British Open speech was to back with three holes to play before holding out 160 yards for an eagle. Daniel Berger lost a share of the lead. Going out of bounds on the final hole. 72 for the day. Or the story's a town hall dot com. Patrick pause. Until the weather pretty much locked in for the next several days. Still dealing with that which one advisory until 7 a.m. without light freezing drizzle continuing. So watch out some six spots on the roadways Here is a fog as well. Upper twenties Morning box Sunday At least we're dropping the rest today Mostly cloudy high Upper thirties Here comes a cold brain for your Monday I tempt his upper thirties. Rain continues for your Tuesday morning before coming to an end. Hardly sunny, high low forties. I'm tired Port will shelter talk radio 68. Wcbm Listen every Sunday from 605 or 6:20 A.m. for a broadcast from the internationally known Saint to tried in Baltimore. ST Jude is the patron saint of despair and hopeless cases. Sunday mornings from 65 to 6 20 on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. It's Baltimore's number one MARKETPLACE. RADIO flea market with Jay Harris. Sunday mornings from seven until 8 A.m. exclusively on talk radio. 6 80 Wcbm, You're listening to coast to coast Am on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. Sales. So three club Oh, well, when your mama Things Lullaby. Sue, One becomes Father Boys Never call now help! Oh, look. Live on the Internet. This is coast to coast. A M. Now Here's your guest host Richard Sarit. Tom waits..

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Worry free with no cancelation fees until May 8th call 855565 55 19 or book online that stand with Israel tour dot com. Change with President Trump's a second impeachment trial. The Washington state congresswoman was at the center of the debate Saturday in the Senate over whether the former president dismissed lawmakers pleas for help. When rioters storm the U. S Capitol on January 6th. Democrats in the House impeachment team wanted to call her as a witness, Heritage Foundation. Legal fellow John Malcolm explains the process. It certainly appeared as if once witnesses are permitted that there was going to be some kind of a committee that was going to have to form to decide which witnesses and what the parameters of the depositions would be. Mr Malcolm says. Both parts He's likely decided it was too late in the proceedings to introduce witnesses. Bernie Bennett reporting in Winter Storm has black in the Pacific Northwest, with ice and snow, leaving hundreds of thousands of people. Without power. Breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. Space shot has been put on hold urging Galactic has put off plans to make another attempt at a rocket powered flight from New Mexico to the fringe of space, the company says more times needed for technical checks. The lake comes is the promise of commercial flight looms. The company's yet to announce a firm date for its first commercial flight. But more than 600 customers from around the world have already purchased tickets. Last test flight attempt in December was cut short when computer trouble prevented the spaceships rocket from firing properly. Rhonda roster reporting Jordan's people carry to start lead into the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro Am as he seeks his first title since the 2017 British Open. Speech was to back with three holes to play before holding out from 160 yards for an eagle. Daniel Berger lost his share of the lead. Going out of bounds on the final hole. 72 for the day. Or the story's a town hall dot com. Patrick pause. It's Hollywood. 3 60 on AM 9 73 Answer. Now for the show reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host, Carl. Um are you lost your magic? They knocked you off your game. You're Karl. Miss what's right out the window. What's with this car? All this? It's not even a real word. Conjunction proposition. It's a philosophy a way of life. It's your name with miss attached to it. Listen to me, if you would have done what I asked you to come in my dressing room before the show. You don't know that you weren't supposed to come out. Out here until I introduced Jack. I tried to get into your dressing room, but I didn't have a nickel. I understand You're pretty funny. Is it? EJ comedy is a kind of hobby for Bobo actually sold more than just the hot Reader's Digest is considering publishing two of my jokes. Really from Hollywood. It's time now for $20. He's a gun. Take the cannoli. Quiet, numbskulls! I'm broadcasting. Hello, everyone..

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sing War's eyes. He was just lucky enough to grab the fastest horse in the kitchen rank. That's how he got away. Call it. Look, if you want to, my dear boy I attributed to Oriental wisdom. Wisdom, which is far deeper than our Yeah, Well, if you ask me, Charlie kid wasn't so all fired wise. Charlie Chan is brave to the point of being foolhardy quality, which can be very disastrous to its possessor as he has now learned user it, But don't underestimate his capabilities, Boy. I'm not what you might call a nervous man. I'm going to sleep a lot easier that night when I know that Charlie Chan is finally and definitely disposed of your supposed down. That's certainly unique way of putting it. Yeah. How you gonna handle it? As the saying goes with neatness and dispatch One death clippings. Bullet A nice clean, Get away and then mojo in places He was telling me about him and more besides, see how much you figure that I have put a ruby is worth anyway. What we can get for it. Yeah, but how much is that in cash? That all depends on how badly somebody wants And I have an idea that our good friend Mr even wants it very badly. Indeed. That's a hot one felony, even his own property bank. I'd never figured out that angle. The matter of fact that thought just came to me. Why should we go seeking a mosque when we have a buyer right at hand? I gotta hand it to your end. You got plenty of brains, and I used them. Well, here we are. Boy moving. Let me take your horse. Okay? I'm up with the hitch in rank and then we have in it. This month with no matter how many horses were at the wreck when we started after things while well, let me see. No, I think there was forward roll in a sorrow in a pinto. Only three now. Not always gone. That's the horse. Burke was using something avoid white. He has double crossed us. I'd look over there in the doorway. Holly 10. How do you do, gentlemen? Unfortunately, Mr Whiteley called away upon important business. I am compelled her to think he was single handed. Is this month. Weekly but moving Cabaret. Have exceedingly never figured, finger you journey. All right, but for Mr Malcolm Blight It's not have cited job done. You little please dismount. With pleasure, Mr Chan. The airport, huh? No, No, you Yeah. All.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Little News Ears

"The. Four I am. Brim. And I'm Jake Brims Dad. But some people call me bucks brew. Here's the news. Really silly right now you're real zilly Bram I'd feel silly at all right now this is so hard writing I don't know how to rail letter. I don't want to do this. I everybody today's Friday may twenty, ninth, two, thousand, twenty it's. Day three couples thing is really cool I. Don't know if you've heard of this company, it's GonNa come pottery, but you can like make beautiful urban like like. Like a vase kind of inside the as you can see. Of Worms and use the worms actually eat the your your garbage. Yes. It looks pretty cool. If you don't know composting is this is kind of a great time to do it. You don't need worms, of course, basically somewhere to put you know old pieces of fruit and vegetables and it helps the earth grow. Yes. That's really cool. So. The other day I don't know if you remember we saw this weird stick hut in the woods in. Eagle Rock Reservation, and my dad's are thinking about his brother I didn't even exist any rupert. Yes. Yes. Roberta I haven't done for a long time he moved to California and yes. I. Don't know I was going to write him a letter but you. Know. Forget it. I'm not doing it come on. No, I'm not okay. Lesotho News. So, this is gonNA sound really weird and you might laugh everybody out there but it's true scientists they're looking at our poop. Bram, why do you have to say it like that? Well, it's true. So gut bacteria is these little tiny organisms like they like many many many animals in your body right bacteria and things like that that they're all together in the working him microbiome all without that word before actually or something similar right abiomed a group of animals that works together. So inner bodies, we have each of us has a pound of bacteria that works together to break down food and some. Yes, and so it's like a multi billion dollar business. Now by the way to see how we can use these bacteria to like you know make us be so fat and know how stress things? But here's the weird thing looking at our gut bacteria helper brain's old. That's that's very strange. Yes. So for example, some scientists they think that I'm that's related autism what we talked about long time ago. It's when people like the brain thing differently anxiety his when you're afraid of things you're nervous and Alzheimer's when you forget things. Scientists. Actually looking forward currently drugs for your brain. From from poop really all that's that's that's really strange and it's interesting too because the ancient Greeks. That's what they believe to that. He believed that you got your stomach was related to to your brain. Believe in things could black bile, which is like, can you feel angry a black violin belly. That's we. Do. So make sure everybody in your house under your door. It's you don't have a gap. What do you mean every whereas gap I know but the CDC, right the Center for Disease Control and Prevention yes and prevention, and they're saying that because of Cova nineteen people aren't eating in restaurants so much right. Not so not much food is being made and not much food is being wasted. Oh I see I think I'm getting. So you're saying like the rats the. NEW CD but also rural areas they're not getting like supply of food right now. Right? Exactly. So so because of that the rats are turning against each other turning against each other. Yes. They're. They're like fighting each other and like eating ooh gross this. This is terrible. Yes. So Just. Be careful there saying that the rats are not going to attack people but the rats could. Really different neglect aggressive. Oh, aggressive. Remember about aggressive spiders hurricanes remember the. Doors I love the Rainbow Connection. Brandon I think you're referencing the muppet movie, right? Yes and I'm singing it totally different I don't know why. There's a scientist. As semi camcorder there's all these cool things. And he really wanted to bring rainbows to chocolate. Oh, that's easy. You just take some food coloring. No Dad you don't understand. It's like he found a way to make chocolate shimmer. Looks Beautiful Iridescent. Omaha and it's so easy. All everybody can do it in their house three D.. Printer. Chocolate down to cool it down the Anita calibrated space with exact uniform lines that are parallel with each other at I'm running on this down brand. The sounds rather complex? No, it's super easy. Anybody can do it. You have everything. I don't understand Bram. HOW DOES IT WORK RATE RAINBOW CHOCOLATE DIFFRACTION diffraction. What's Diffraction Bram? Well to fractions when light hits a surface of some kind right like maybe it's Shiny Metal Ashini, something and the light. Scatters. So the effect of of this, this chocolate. Sammy car is. kind of like a CD OECD even how the lines are all around each other and it makes a rainbow exactly those three things to make it happen. You need to have uniform lie through. It's exactly the same they have to be parallel and they have to be spaced. Same Way is the wavelength wavelength. Wade linked. So every color we see has its own length. He talked about stars shifting read before oil right. So so read is longer wavelengths a little line in hair. And Blue. His shorter's every color has its own my. that. That's cool. Bram we. watched. His Nature Video. Last. Night in my favorite part was about the Sea Turtles Raiders leatherback sea. Turtle. had having eggs laying a bunch of eggs and then just going off into the ocean. It was great and did some other stuff but we didn't I didn't really care about that. Exactly. That's that's what I want to tell you about there's a scientist Malcolm. Kennedy and he's studying that very thing like people they don't really care about that moment when the turtles call like walking around like flippant sand around acting crazy with the sand but they think that's Isis I'm doing anyway. Turtles are making decoys a decoy. Yes. Seen Hunter like. Elmer fudd with a rifle going to get something he's GonNa shoot a duck, shoot the duck, but it's not really a duck is a wooden duck. It's made to look like other ducks. Oh. Yes. A decoy. Yes. So some scientists like Mr Malcolm Kennedy he's Professor at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. He thinks that's what the turtles do they go around like, for example, leatherback turtles and hawksbill Turtle Trinidad and Tobago the walk around kind of randomly and they lot of they lay their eggs they make these decoys, these fake nests, other animals like Mongooses, dogs, and wild pigs taken common in, and they basically don't eat their own. Oh. That's cool and even thinks that he's these. Two turtles that are related to each other from. Might, have even done this back in the time. Was it dinosaurs? Danny, think it's time for us to play the game of go game of chess. One of those games brand those games he really hard. No, they can't hard. There's this boy his name is Johnny at me. He's he's He's amazing. Oh. Boy He was homeless for a while Nigerian that terrible group of.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Call me honey. We haven't really had time to become friends, have we? Always fault. Is that well? Let's just say there was a kind of logical obstacle. Whatever it is! Can't we kick it out of the way? I like giving. WHAT ABOUT JOEY! Him To. As the trouble with me I think. I'm a goon. I like everybody. Just like honey, said yeah, we could use fifty grand in cash. Sure you're good. You can make that easy by betting against me. My next fight and I take a dive, so you were cinch. I Dunno joy, fifty thousand is a lot of money when you figure a hundred grand. How do I know you cross me? Leave that to me. He won't crushing Mr Terrorists not when he gets fifty thousand for not winning, he won't. The only thing is I went to advance I. Want a better than the other Guy Oh do. I, just had an idea. Suppose I better for you than in order to collect your. You've got to lay down. Explain that to me, honey! It's all right. Joey missed a terrorist instead of giving you the fifty thousand dollars before the fight. Like you want that, said you. It's the same as you make the bet and it's old K. Good enough honey's good enough for me. It's a deal and fighters. A week from Friday I'm going to give you a fifty thousand dollars I'm going to bet that much for you I mean you're going to blow the fight agreed shake okay Mr. Malcolm is the vast you can come in now. What is this? The old double cross? Try Terrace Martin. Ms Collins agreed to help us travel advances idea and it was a good one I think. Well quite a right hand. You have there Joe. Thanks knocking out. Terrorists does mean we'll have to carry them to headquarters, but that won't be too difficult. And when you have gotten there, it'll be a cinch to prove. He killed pop manning while trying to knife. Joey wounded fans. All that will be a little difficult. Miss Collins will yes, hey, that was. The idea is gimmick, wasn't it? So we'll give you time to get evidence of something against terrorists I can't very well prove. He killed pop manning Joey when actually you did! Miss Collins. Van You blowing your land without knowing why that said that I'm still willing to bet it's right. I'M GONNA I wouldn't mock you don't believe me believe this gun. I'm only. Made me believe your thought. Terrorists killed pop now. You say it's us. Oh, how can you prove a stupid thing like that? What reason could you find for us? Doing it? I have the motive, and I have the proof, and as soon as Mr Markham takes you a win joy, and of course our friend on the floor down to headquarters I'll be only too glad to explain how I knew. You and joey killed pup how you did it and why you did it. All. Let's begin with the motive Markham. All right joy was losing the fight. Fight in you pop manning had bet their combined bankroll on, so he wanted to fight declared no contest, so he killed his manager. Yes, it isn't as simple as that you see the plan. Joey and honey had had to be worked out in advance, and there was the detail of the knife to be handled. Maybe you'd better just tell me what happened all right? Joey thought he lose the fight, so he arranged with honey to fire a blank cartridge at a certain time if he were losing. She did and he had a chance to stab pop manning and push the body back into the ringside customers while everybody was looking toward the back of the arena. honeys, confession indicates that's what you did, but how do the night get into the ring? I think Joey will tell you. He asked pop do a knife. Put in the water bucket made up some reason like wanting to be protected in case, fill terrace drive to get to him anything at all all I see. Now, you WanNa know how I knew terrace wasn't involved in the killing and how you knew honey was but wait well. Let's take terrorists. I I when you told me that the man alongside of. Terrorists hadn't moved toward the ring when the shot was fired. I pointed out that that man could have been an accomplice of the Gambler and he was a fellow, they called clumpy, but all about the man on the other side of terrorists Markham. He wasn't an accomplice, wasn't he? Was a sports writer. Come to think of advance. If terrorists had moved, he'd of told me I'm sure he would add. To our friend honey, she tried to cover herself by insisting to me at one time in this case that she had never seen joey fight and had never been in an arena. Yes, yes, yet. She knew where you went. I was seated at the fight mark. That's right. She told me in your office that she recognized me from my pictures. Later in the gymnasium, she indicated that we couldn't have seen much from the bad seats we had when she knew where we were seated. You knew she must have been. There must have been there spotted us, but proceeded with her plan regardless. Yes, anyhow, once I, she was lying I knew what the reason must be. And after I realized that the only men near enough to stab pop was joey and Joey was the only man outside of his opponent wore gloves and snow fingerprints. Why? That was it, so it was. Of course that Federal Company attack you in the phone booth because you would knocked him out in front of his boss, and I wanted to regain face and eye frames the situation involving bill terrorists because he belongs behind bars, and to keep honey and joy from suspecting they were suspected POPs murder. Yes I know. Well there you are. Yes, you know where we are. Don't you? Bet I think so. We're at the end of the prize ring murder case. Alex. vk. The Off..

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nothing wrong very only. Why aren't you up mechanism janitorial begging for chance? Get back there and let me make this pitch goes bad. We'll have a million dollars in lawsuits. Don't you'll think things have toughened up around here with via being murdered? Janis pretty run. Mr Bryce look for the only two guys really the world around you and me but I'll get back there. I got trouble enough already and I don't want any more. I don't get any more trouble. I don't want it should come from you. Understand what you're saying. You continue crying. I'm sorry Mr Markham I'll I'll try to stop as much better. Tell me why did you decide to disappear from the carnival I had to a new? The police would question me about the murder of white Iran so ran away and I knew that was the wrong thing so I came to you very good that you did. I'm district attorney not a person. You can't trust well. I tell me what you know of. Iran's death the lot told you he liked me yes I go that much. What you said. And you mentioned a man named Crandall the Carnival strongman. He liked you to Crandall ran away with me but I made him go. You can see him anytime you like. He's if the boarding house where we all live. That's fine. I'll tell me why you came to me. Mr Markham my best friends at the con of a would that Betty and letty. I'm almost afraid as they are their. Siamese twins both disliked what he ran. They didn't like the idea that he was taking me out after. The show's Betty told Whitey one night to leave me alone. She'd kill him. That's what I have to tell you. So what are the Siamese twins that did she tell me Miss Mellow? They're real? Siamese twins nothing. Fake about whole definitely. Not they were born joined together. They come from somewhere in Europe. I think when Betty Threatened Whitey. Letty assisted tried to calm down. But it didn't do any good. This is a fine situation. If bette made good on her. Promise to kill Whitey. What can I do about it? I can't possibly bring her trial. Considering the fact. That letty or sister is apparently innocent. Funny thing that you bring that up Mr Malcolm. Why's that that's exactly what Betty told white Iran the night before he was killed off? All off is Maga my understand about the Siamese twin twins it rather. I'd say it was very confusing. What happens if you prove one of them killed around? I don't know what are you doing? Ads Watch the Little Red Circle. Vance we're working on a murder case and your pitching metal disks. What's the idea? This is the concession. The late Whitey rand operated the idea is to stand here. Toss a metal disc the size of a penny so that it goes in the red circle up there like this. It didn't go in the circled. It couldn't go in the circle. Markham couldn't you see the entire board is magnetized with the exception of the circle? No matter how close the disc you throw would come to the circle. The magnetic pole would draw it out of White. Iran little ragged going for me so what? I don't think that had anything to do with being killed. You don't know let me see now. We have how many suspects three that I know of Sally Miller other girl. He was making a play for crandall or strongman boyfriend. And the Siamese twins more is that on couldn't say problem at the moving narrowed down the suspects until we fires over there at the carousel horses. Going to minute. Let's see what we can do to help. There's an upper east going to spread the planes all over the look. They fall into Bucket Brigades Bradley Control Ablaze. I hope so. Let's stay right here anything we can do to help fix. All this situation wasn't difficult enough to have a fire carnival. Oh it isn't too much of a fire would have been caught so quickly. I'm wondering what we wondering about an Saul. Hello Bryce do you know? The owner of the carnival. Stephen Rice has fired is going to hurt you. Bryce show can I do about it? This join US jinxed Mr Bryce after superstitious leary when a guy is murdered your show and then a fire breaks out the next day. Oh I imagine not this when I was coming along with telling Mike and Neil about something life. It doesn't concern. Firemen certainly have this under control now. Locker Mr Bryce. You won't have any problem about this fire but it did something that was because but I don't think it has any real importance in the fact that it was the control so quickly. I guess you're right. Hey get a Lotta that big. Hose going into action. The fire will be out in the mall. Now you said that you didn't think a fire at any real importance with checked immediately. That's practically out now. I'll put it have any. I'm not sure what would you say if I told you that? The fire and the murder quite Iran are tied up. You feel advance. I feel wonderful Mr Bryce better now than I felt at any time on this case last I have something to work on. The fire might tell me who broke white. Iran's neck so I can break this. Case May.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Disconnected

Disconnected

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Disconnected

"When we started actually cheers. Everybody who say same nobody. Nobody died Johnson. Hope you're okay but it's been. It's awesome perfect years now. March fifteenth. Fucking Martius actually. Our anniversary legitimately so. Yeah that was not is definitely would have been a thing of one of you guys didn't show up but the eyes of March thank goodness. We're all here and hopefully hopefully not ominous but I didn't mean to obviously when we started this winter you available John and then we start do. So that's what that is before we get into it. Where can everybody find yourself? Mr? Fm Change Up your relevant Mr. John. We can everybody find on the internet or underscore. Evil Dead Guy This Josh address. Sheriff Joe Sorry for Instagram twitter. Twitch Youtube Shiro play five. I realized I wasn't changing it up by Ziti rocker and all as location entertainment dot com as well as the DOT com. And we'RE GOING TO UNISOM ELLIE MR Malcolm. He's now valley should know a third ever go. You can find me on INSTAGRAM AT AWESOME UNDERSCORE. Malley all right. There's nothing yet not not nothing. Nothing you spell it on your s. Not Whatever fucking hell here. We go right into the news recently released call of duty warzone so it is for anyone who played the duty game that had what they call blackout mode which was basically. Pudgy with Shit. Here's the thing about that mode is one. This is just a standalone version of it. But it's like a better functioning. G PUDGY is known for having on so far downhills and watch the super broken. See at least a super broken ton of hackers and Chinese cheaters and all this bullshit really fought down so so basically because that's where a lot of things come from but anyways So basically did PUDGY. Better than the PUDGY does. But it's nothing crazy standout. It doesn't have the. Let's face it whether or not we like fortnight. The art is very distinguishable we see fortnight shit even before reading the logo. We kind of already recognized. And we don't even play for night. It's pretty distinguishable and an apex. Legends has a thing where some people really feel. It's not memorable. And all where. They couldn't tell the difference whether or not something's and overwatch character or APEX. Don't feel it has any discernible apex like personality or or stand up in life overnight. And that's why a lot of people believe that that's why nothing can really touch. Fortnight is nothing has any sort of residual like memory you play. Nobody like like some of the characters are Kinda Cool Apex Apex. This is coming from someone who likes the game. But I don't find any of them very unique or memorable just like the names are fucking caustic. Yeah none of the names are really memorable and then on top of that you just don't buy dudes chicks like like nothing like oh big eye. Patch big bomb shoulder like anything like that. Just like black and white dude. And it's not anything really memorable love. My friend showed me this promo which at least not was somewhat interesting. Where the basically we're doing a character reveal and to put it into terms of several probably understand a little bit more because. I like most of us play legend so imagine it was a character reveal for Auto. Let's say right. But then partway through she gets like slashing half and killed and then it's actually hammonds real cool and it was never really going to be real Kericho County just like fucking debated you thinking. She was going to be a character and so there was some dude he was supposed to be this big deal on his character and then he gets killed in the middle of it and then they were the real partner. Reveal at least that at least somewhat interesting where they built this random dude up out of nowhere and it sounds like he was going to be a new thing and then he's just not anything Hook rewards even after that. I already forgot about it until this telling this anecdote something where even something like that. That is someone ambitious. I don't care still you know what I mean in terms of like. It's not memorable so going back to the point. Caller duties same thing. It's more solid gameplay as I like to call it call of duty is the most okay game of all time. It's functional. It's not really glitch. Ear Bad except that one thing but a PC port was fucked. I've forgotten it was. I think it was Cont bluffs too. I WANNA see her three whatever. The latest one was when that came on. Pc that shit ran at like five to ten per second on PC thank it was completely port the versus fine but the PC version was absolutely fucked so aside that happened there holidays generally solid in terms of like it runs right. But there's nothing you know. It's always the stories always really generic Blah Silverman makes tough decisions not really To me that the game that ruined top decisions for me in terms of like it was so good. I couldn't get into the whole military ever again. Spec OPS the line exactly SPEC OPS. The line did such job of having a very interesting area. The only Carlson it did. Is they do the thing. Where when you make a bad decision when not given a choice at all it's like you. There is no choice but you have to do the boys like. Are you going to pull the trigger? Not The game will not move until you pull the trigger. Do and it's like well. The good you do that men and that's the one thing that does the signs up scenarios where I was just like I have a choice that guy and like that's the only thing that bothers me is there are some doesn't always all not every tough decisions like that but there were some points where I was just like. This is a little bit because just make it a cut scene. Don't make me pull the trigger. I give them trying to trying to make me feel guilty. But this pisses me off because you didn't enjoy but overall it does some feels that really did do a great job of I think expressing the horrors of war like actually the horrors of war and tough decisions on the line. Pretty much every other military shooter for me because that story was really good. It was was only north Or was it no. I wanted to zone north. Someone could you mallory? Google who voice SPEC OPS man but it was one of them was trying to make. I want to see the head. There was eleanor back. Because it's fine right so it's free to play you already own modern warfare. Oh it just plays off those assets. So it's only additional ten or fifteen GIG PATCH. But if you don't own the game is eighty one to one hundred and one game download because it's basically downloading modern warfare. Y- cutting that part off because you don't own it and then using the assets to run the regarding this still free which is great and it is truly free the only real place so far. There's no pain or win stuff thankfully cosmetics. And you know you're by things you can get skin basically skins and like little cosmetic like changes to the look of the character but that's it thankfully no game breaking monetization which is fine if it has to be there might as well not be a loop box or game breaking so there's a it is so north does a great job and a man he really needs somebody of. Osha prison that he's just fantastic. Let's see yeah the modernization. It's flying Yada all right so when you all drop in your in teams of three so it isn't your pudgy type. One versus one hundred other is a hundred and fifty people drop in instead fucking hundred so there's one hundred fifty divided by three half from any fucking teams. That is but one thirty. Es something like that. It seems pretty lights. It looks really good so graphically looks fine and everything. It's a Lotta Fun. The other thing it does is cross. Pl- Cross play in cross platform progression. The thing that fucking overwatch hell needs so do not give me the fucking excuse anymore white. I Buy Mercy's get on fuck you now. It's too late because everyone will be like. I bought like three hundred boxes on PC playstations and out fucked so they'll never do it now. It's too late now. But they're showing that it can be done. Say across play cross progress which is great. That's really cool. And then the other thing is the system of your response system when you die you go to the Gulag and basically you and another player. Who died get into a one V one brawl and who gets on whoever loses fights the next day to try to get the fuck out of that much debt? You're going to be the Google so it's an interesting system. You fucking die you wake up in the Little Gel you get out and find the other doing busiess buddy. Kill each other the plug out of there. I think that's an interesting response. Because there's some sort of challenge to coming back instead of dice three times in a row and just waiting for the ten second timer. Base your someone's feelings if they can't if you have in game currency you could also bring them back that way but the thing is you. Kinda WanNa save that because you wanNA maybe upgrade your weapon. The better shot goes and all that in game currency is literally just that. It's not only pay ten dollars back. It's what you've gotten throughout the show then again borderlands and call of duty. I just never thought I'd say fuck in twenty twenty three and fucking call of duty handling monetization surprisingly well considering the companies that are by both of the Games so worth checking out. It's one of those games that's free that's not cancerous. It's not like a fucking mobile game where I'm just like Oh Detroit. It's free. No that will trigger money. Like this is like you know. Let's really addicted to fucking go gun skins. That's all basically really really playing for his. This shitty character customization on characters that looked like generic people are Gunston. Unless you're really addicted to that. There's no real no harm. No foul fracture trying it and the fact that it was so nice to hear people at work because people at my work has mostly playstation but if you xbox players out there nice hearing them say it's nice to play with you because it doesn't fucking matter like three playstation people as to how they play together. I was just like see what the fun why not. This should be the fucking standard. Goddamn it so it's nice. It was very nice to hear that. Because that's just something that I think should be common ground by now Reggie. He's joins game. Stop the retired from Nintendo why so joining a CD. Exactly so before. I reveal what I think. It is without cutting each other up. Why do you guys think? Reggie's joining game stop adjusts already and we couldn't be any more transparent. I Love Reggie. But there's no way he. He actually believes he's going to save that company now he did a whole spiel about it. How he feels you know. He has the right ideas with what he did it. Then ten though that he feels can fucking save game. Stop but that's what you're saying. We tried to collect the paycheck right. It's like when you're asked you. I mean you do anything with this company. Right kill him so there's enough. Zeros assures actually he's so he joins them on the board of directors. He is a member of the nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Whatever the fuck that means now. Here's the thing for several corporations in my life including age at one point the thing that those blow my mind are all these high level titles like what the fuck this person even? Yeah and. That's another a committee of people that work under nominating and corporate governance? What the fuck is any of that mean to? What do they do now? They're a group of people who make up what they do. Obviously but I've always found titles like that fucking hilarious. Yeah obviously he's not trying to save a sinking shit. He's obviously just there for the paycheck. He's trying to ride this shit into the ground and you know what fuck it. Why not one more paycheck before you fucking going now? The funny thing. Is You kind of talk about his credentials a bit in? Which when he was first there is like. Oh I'm GonNa Reggie fees and they obviously worked at Nintendo. I did work on the DS. The we the three D. S. and the switch. Totally negating the we you. Even though Reggie was part of love and had a lot to do with that we you he totally just like guys who worked on the Diaz and the we the three switch guys great ties and Intendo like this murder falling under the buzzer. Just like see bitch part of that. And they've been while we basically they've been lodged we And now that all the games were pretty much going to be on the switch. Now really you just hand. That's really just a piece of shit now. The also apparently used to work at vh one pizza hut and Punk Sean. So he's been around town. We make business.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Disconnected

"When we started actually cheers. Everybody who say same nobody. Nobody died Johnson. Hope you're okay but it's been. It's awesome perfect years now. March fifteenth. Fucking Martius actually. Our anniversary legitimately so. Yeah that was not is definitely would have been a thing of one of you guys didn't show up but the eyes of March thank goodness. We're all here and hopefully hopefully not ominous but I didn't mean to obviously when we started this winter you available John and then we start do. So that's what that is before we get into it. Where can everybody find yourself? Mr? Fm Change Up your relevant Mr. John. We can everybody find on the internet or underscore. Evil Dead Guy This Josh address. Sheriff Joe Sorry for Instagram twitter. Twitch Youtube Shiro play five. I realized I wasn't changing it up by Ziti rocker and all as location entertainment dot com as well as the DOT com. And we'RE GOING TO UNISOM ELLIE MR Malcolm. He's now valley should know a third ever go. You can find me on INSTAGRAM AT AWESOME UNDERSCORE. Malley all right. There's nothing yet not not nothing. Nothing you spell it on your s. Not Whatever fucking hell here. We go right into the news recently released call of duty warzone so it is for anyone who played the duty game that had what they call blackout mode which was basically. Pudgy with Shit. Here's the thing about that mode is one. This is just a standalone version of it. But it's like a better functioning. G PUDGY is known for having on so far downhills and watch the super broken. See at least a super broken ton of hackers and Chinese cheaters and all this bullshit really fought down so so basically because that's where a lot of things come from but anyways So basically did PUDGY. Better than the PUDGY does. But it's nothing crazy standout. It doesn't have the. Let's face it whether or not we like fortnight. The art is very distinguishable we see fortnight shit even before reading the logo. We kind of already recognized. And we don't even play for night. It's pretty distinguishable and an apex. Legends has a thing where some people really feel. It's not memorable. And all where. They couldn't tell the difference whether or not something's and overwatch character or APEX. Don't feel it has any discernible apex like personality or or stand up in life overnight. And that's why a lot of people believe that that's why nothing can really touch. Fortnight is nothing has any sort of residual like memory you play. Nobody like like some of the characters are Kinda Cool Apex Apex. This is coming from someone who likes the game. But I don't find any of them very unique or memorable just like the names are fucking caustic. Yeah none of the names are really memorable and then on top of that you just don't buy dudes chicks like like nothing like oh big eye. Patch big bomb shoulder like anything like that. Just like black and white dude. And it's not anything really memorable love. My friend showed me this promo which at least not was somewhat interesting. Where the basically we're doing a character reveal and to put it into terms of several probably understand a little bit more because. I like most of us play legend so imagine it was a character reveal for Auto. Let's say right. But then partway through she gets like slashing half and killed and then it's actually hammonds real cool and it was never really going to be real Kericho County just like fucking debated you thinking. She was going to be a character and so there was some dude he was supposed to be this big deal on his character and then he gets killed in the middle of it and then they were the real partner. Reveal at least that at least somewhat interesting where they built this random dude up out of nowhere and it sounds like he was going to be a new thing and then he's just not anything Hook rewards even after that. I already forgot about it until this telling this anecdote something where even something like that. That is someone ambitious. I don't care still you know what I mean in terms of like. It's not memorable so going back to the point. Caller duties same thing. It's more solid gameplay as I like to call it call of duty is the most okay game of all time. It's functional. It's not really glitch. Ear Bad except that one thing but a PC port was fucked. I've forgotten it was. I think it was Cont bluffs too. I WANNA see her three whatever. The latest one was when that came on. Pc that shit ran at like five to ten per second on PC thank it was completely port the versus fine but the PC version was absolutely fucked so aside that happened there holidays generally solid in terms of like it runs right. But there's nothing you know. It's always the stories always really generic Blah Silverman makes tough decisions not really To me that the game that ruined top decisions for me in terms of like it was so good. I couldn't get into the whole military ever again. Spec OPS the line exactly SPEC OPS. The line did such job of having a very interesting area. The only Carlson it did. Is they do the thing. Where when you make a bad decision when not given a choice at all it's like you. There is no choice but you have to do the boys like. Are you going to pull the trigger? Not The game will not move until you pull the trigger. Do and it's like well. The good you do that men and that's the one thing that does the signs up scenarios where I was just like I have a choice that guy and like that's the only thing that bothers me is there are some doesn't always all not every tough decisions like that but there were some points where I was just like. This is a little bit because just make it a cut scene. Don't make me pull the trigger. I give them trying to trying to make me feel guilty. But this pisses me off because you didn't enjoy but overall it does some feels that really did do a great job of I think expressing the horrors of war like actually the horrors of war and tough decisions on the line. Pretty much every other military shooter for me because that story was really good. It was was only north Or was it no. I wanted to zone north. Someone could you mallory? Google who voice SPEC OPS man but it was one of them was trying to make. I want to see the head. There was eleanor back. Because it's fine right so it's free to play you already own modern warfare. Oh it just plays off those assets. So it's only additional ten or fifteen GIG PATCH. But if you don't own the game is eighty one to one hundred and one game download because it's basically downloading modern warfare. Y- cutting that part off because you don't own it and then using the assets to run the regarding this still free which is great and it is truly free the only real place so far. There's no pain or win stuff thankfully cosmetics. And you know you're by things you can get skin basically skins and like little cosmetic like changes to the look of the character but that's it thankfully no game breaking monetization which is fine if it has to be there might as well not be a loop box or game breaking so there's a it is so north does a great job and a man he really needs somebody of. Osha prison that he's just fantastic. Let's see yeah the modernization. It's flying Yada all right so when you all drop in your in teams of three so it isn't your pudgy type. One versus one hundred other is a hundred and fifty people drop in instead fucking hundred so there's one hundred fifty divided by three half from any fucking teams. That is but one thirty. Es something like that. It seems pretty lights. It looks really good so graphically looks fine and everything. It's a Lotta Fun. The other thing it does is cross. Pl- Cross play in cross platform progression. The thing that fucking overwatch hell needs so do not give me the fucking excuse anymore white. I Buy Mercy's get on fuck you now. It's too late because everyone will be like. I bought like three hundred boxes on PC playstations and out fucked so they'll never do it now. It's too late now. But they're showing that it can be done. Say across play cross progress which is great. That's really cool. And then the other thing is the system of your response system when you die you go to the Gulag and basically you and another player. Who died get into a one V one brawl and who gets on whoever loses fights the next day to try to get the fuck out of that much debt? You're going to be the Google so it's an interesting system. You fucking die you wake up in the Little Gel you get out and find the other doing busiess buddy. Kill each other the plug out of there. I think that's an interesting response. Because there's some sort of challenge to coming back instead of dice three times in a row and just waiting for the ten second timer. Base your someone's feelings if they can't if you have in game currency you could also bring them back that way but the thing is you. Kinda WanNa save that because you wanNA maybe upgrade your weapon. The better shot goes and all that in game currency is literally just that. It's not only pay ten dollars back. It's what you've gotten throughout the show then again borderlands and call of duty. I just never thought I'd say fuck in twenty twenty three and fucking call of duty handling monetization surprisingly well considering the companies that are by both of the Games so worth checking out. It's one of those games that's free that's not cancerous. It's not like a fucking mobile game where I'm just like Oh Detroit. It's free. No that will trigger money. Like this is like you know. Let's really addicted to fucking go gun skins. That's all basically really really playing for his. This shitty character customization on characters that looked like generic people are Gunston. Unless you're really addicted to that. There's no real no harm. No foul fracture trying it and the fact that it was so nice to hear people at work because people at my work has mostly playstation but if you xbox players out there nice hearing them say it's nice to play with you because it doesn't fucking matter like three playstation people as to how they play together. I was just like see what the fun why not. This should be the fucking standard. Goddamn it so it's nice. It was very nice to hear that. Because that's just something that I think should be common ground by now Reggie. He's joins game. Stop the retired from Nintendo why so joining a CD. Exactly so before. I reveal what I think. It is without cutting each other up. Why do you guys think? Reggie's joining game stop adjusts already and we couldn't be any more transparent. I Love Reggie. But there's no way he. He actually believes he's going to save that company now he did a whole spiel about it. How he feels you know. He has the right ideas with what he did it. Then ten though that he feels can fucking save game. Stop but that's what you're saying. We tried to collect the paycheck right. It's like when you're asked you. I mean you do anything with this company. Right kill him so there's enough. Zeros assures actually he's so he joins them on the board of directors. He is a member of the nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Whatever the fuck that means now. Here's the thing for several corporations in my life including age at one point the thing that those blow my mind are all these high level titles like what the fuck this person even? Yeah and. That's another a committee of people that work under nominating and corporate governance? What the fuck is any of that mean to? What do they do now? They're a group of people who make up what they do. Obviously but I've always found titles like that fucking hilarious. Yeah obviously he's not trying to save a sinking shit. He's obviously just there for the paycheck. He's trying to ride this shit into the ground and you know what fuck it. Why not one more paycheck before you fucking going now? The funny thing. Is You kind of talk about his credentials a bit in? Which when he was first there is like. Oh I'm GonNa Reggie fees and they obviously worked at Nintendo. I did work on the DS. The we the three D. S. and the switch. Totally negating the we you. Even though Reggie was part of love and had a lot to do with that we you he totally just like guys who worked on the Diaz and the we the three switch guys great ties and Intendo like this murder falling under the buzzer. Just like see bitch part of that. And they've been while we basically they've been lodged we And now that all the games were pretty much going to be on the switch. Now really you just hand. That's really just a piece of shit now. The also apparently used to work at vh one pizza hut and Punk Sean. So he's been around town. We make business.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:47 min | 2 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Said earlier you paid your debt to society, yet you still came up and if they get some shots as personal shots here. But yet you still wanted to be here and testify. Why did you decide this show up and testify congressman when I worked for before Mr. Nixon, I was really never worried about what the outcome would be. And how it'll be resolved. I've got to tell you that from the day, Mr. Trump was nominated, and I was following a separate set of polls of the Los Angeles Times as well as the mama th polls. And look pretty clear to these posters that Mr. Trump had a very good chance of winning. And I began developing a knot in my stomach that sits there to this day, so I'm trying to deal with that in the best way, I can to try to tell people these are troubled times, and we should go through these processes. And sort them out. So anything I can do to add to the process. I'm more than willing. Thank you very much when a turn to firing of FBI director James Comey early twenty seventeen the White House was warned the national security adviser, Michael Flynn was being investigated after lying to federal authorities about communications with Russian ambassador about sanctions on Russia for its election interference during the campaign, Mr. Flynn's, false statements constituted, a federal crime on page thirty one of two to the report describes the initial warnings from the Justice department and I won't open quote the public statements made by vice president the nine that Flynn kills yak discussed sanctions were not true, input Flynn, and they potentially compromising position because the Russians would know he had lied Yates this close that Flynn had been interviewed by the FBI. And as we know Flynn later pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI and has been cooperating with federal law enforcement. Investigators my question for. Ms Vance, and MS mcquaid is former federal prosecutors, can you explain the value of charging, someone with lying to federal prosecutors? That's how we protect the integrity of the system if people feel free to lie when they're being questioned by people who are in law enforcement the entire system breaks down. It's in some ways a self accountability system and a question of whether we want to have a lawless society or a society, that's governed by the rule of law, every federal prosecutor. I know takes that front very seriously. This. I would agree false statements is a brand of obstruction of Justice. It's a crime. Some people have criticized it as a process crime process as primary among the most important there are, they're very serious because it prevents investigators from finding the truth charging him with long does that mean that the F B I didn't have anything else to charge them with other than line. No, it doesn't actually charging eighteen US co two thousand one which is lying to the bureau. And of course, they're variants of that long. Congress obstructing Justice these are charges that mean that we take the system seriously. Sometimes they're brought alone. Sometimes they're brought in tandem with other charges, but one issue, I'd point out, congressman. That seems to be lost in the conversation. Is that if we don't charge obstruction without an underlying crime? That means that the people who are the best of structures, the most successful people at hiding their crimes. Those people would get off scot-free. That's not how we want this system. Mr. Dean, you mentioned that the firing of former FBI director James Comey. You saw some parallels. My words, what happened or Nixon administration brought back some memories? Can you elaborate a little bit on, on what you thought they were? The fire the firing to me. Many things in the in the reporter reminiscent of Watergate and their parallels the firing of Komi. Was not unlike the June twenty third effort by. The president president Nixon to hope the FBI investigation, which is what he did he tried to use the CIA to stop the investigation by having his chief of staff, meet with the director of the CI and invoke this, and this was based on information that had come from his attorney, former attorney general who is his campaign manager and initially there might have been a legitimate reason to do this because they were still trying to figure out what the CIA as role was. But as it is you listened to the tapes, and it goes through each step, Mr. Nixon escalates, it from what the real reason was to this being a solution of a way to stop the investigation. So it was it was the decision hearing that tape is what resulted in this committee, where there were eleven Republicans who disagreed. With article one. Turning around. And while the voted already been taken joining the majority and saying, if this comes to a vote on the floor because of this tape we think it is so troublesome that we will join the majority and vote for article one which was the obstruction article. So John dean, former White House counsel, the president Nixon into these investigations. Absolutely time gentlemen, has expired the gentlemen gentle lady from Texas for unanimous consent. Request I thank you. Mr Chairman, I'd like to put into the record democrat Sheila jackson-lee or this hearing, and that is report on the investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election which includes volume one and two without objection to Saint, Mr. dean. Miss Vance without mcquaid for their commitment to this hearing is chairman and to remind us, if Arba Jordan said we must uphold the constitution section. The report will be entered into the record gentlemen, from Arizona is Stanton's recognized very much Mr Chairman, I want to thank the witnesses were being here today to offer their testimony on what has become one of the most important responsibilities of our time. That's defending our constitution and the rule of law. And you being here today has been critically important to help explain the American people. What's in the mullahs report and to provide important context and analysis, and I thank you question for professor Vance and mcquaid. I wanted the opportunity to kind of respond to a general argument that Mr. Malcolm, that's made throughout this hearing. I believe that Mr. Malcolm has suggested that the president should only be investigated for facially illegal exercises of his article to power such as granting a pardon exchange for bribes at the conduct investigative special. Council should be beyond the scope of a criminal inquiry because otherwise the threat of criminal prosecution would act as a chilling effect on the presidency. I want the opportunity to respond to that argument. Give us your thoughts on police. Hello, professor mcquaid. I, I disagree with that argument. And so did Robert Muller and his team who rejected that argument. Now, there are some instances of obstruction of Justice in the report that are facially destructive asking a witness to create a false document that are even beyond article two powers, but even within article two powers, the phrase that Robert Muller hung his head on was the phrase the word faithfully in the constitution that the president has a duty nudges to execute the powers, but to execute them faithfully and to permit him to make executive to execute. His executive powers without any check on. It would render him above the law. Joyce, your thoughts on the on the first of Malcolm's, general argument throughout the hearing today. So I think it's a strained interpretation of the law. I, categorically reject this suggestion that under the constitution and under our laws. There is one person in this country who's above the law. The president of the United States. I don't think that's what our system does. And here's a good example. If people struggle with that issue, it's not a president, but it's the executive of the state of Illinois. Governor rod Blagojevich. You didn't ask that he was entitled to do. He appointed a Senator to replace a Senator who had vacated his seat, and that's perfectly legal at the problem was he took a bribe in exchange for agreeing, who he would select lawful act corrupt motive, that's corruption of Justice, and it should be for a president to very briefly. Yes. I want footnote that I've studied virtually all the presidencies since Nixon, including Nixon's, and presidents operate, usually very well with investigations going on compartmentalize. They function they have. No prob. Problem with it if they're innocent. It goes passes away, if they're not, then they had some problems, but they still operate. Well, when investigations are going on professor branch, I'm sure you're familiar with the federal statutes regarding witness tampering eighteen USC fifteen twelve there are some who believe that witness tampering can't happen in light of day or by use of social media that I can only be done outside of public view. Wanna get your thoughts on that theory. So, you know, I'm gonna confess that it's surprising to see witness tampering happening in Plain Dealer on Twitter. I don't think that that's something that a lot of prosecutors have confronted before this. But legally there is no reason that, that public conduct can't be obstruction, and we know because we've seen it that it can have that effect. It is I will say very unusual to put the evidence out there for the FBI to collect. Let me pose a quick hypothetical maybe four professor mcquaid, if you were investigating the actions of a high profile individ-. Maybe someone of a Mets Howard political power, and that target publicly praised witnesses, who refuse to cooperate with the government is having quote, guts, unquote. Could that be evidence of a violation of federal witness tampering statues? Yes, I would say that would be some evidence. I might want more evidence but it was certainly be a red flag to me that would cause me to want to investigate further. Has seen powerful figure publicly suggested law enforcement agencies under his control, should quote, watch unquote members of cooperating. Witnesses families chairman of older gentleman was say this point of what I will. Just ask the gentleman rephrase his question. Otherwise, I will continue my one aboard if the gentleman will agree. I'll withdrawal up on border. Well, I was I was only asking the hypothetical doesn't matter. You cannot do that, according to the rules of this house, gentlemen, they waste two phases. Question. I think the point was made in love. You'll vet. Thank you, gentlemen. Gentlemen yields back. I want to observe before we close at several members of said that this committee should not be investigating a bogus allegation against the president, which you'd rather investigate the origins of the bogus investigation. I would point out that the report from the special prosecutor to make very clear that the Russians attacked our elections that they did so intending to help the Trump campaign that there is substantial evidence of the Trump campaign knew about the Russian attack that it welcomed the help of the Russian government that some Trump campaign officials cooperated with the Russians that there is, I would observe, there's clear evidence of collusion, though, not enough evidence to prove criminal conspiracy the Onda reasonable doubt collusion being defined as cooperation. This is not a bogus investigation of allegation, but a very necessary investigation of a threat to our country and our liberty in this committee, in this congress have an absolute obligation to the American people to investigate this where we close asking animus consent to insert into the record of copy. The of each of the slides referenced the hearings that objection. They will be in today for the consent to enter a lettuce. Sign over thousand federal prosecutors in both emigrant Republican administrations stating their views on the mullet report without objection. That would be entered into the record this concludes today's hearing. I want to thank the witnesses for attending for their patients that fortitude. And they're. The fortitude with some of the questions that was without objection all members five legislative days. Additional written questions for the witness revision of materials for the record without objection. The hearing is a journey. Touche chair of New York closing the hearing, this was a hearing on the lessons learned from the Miller report in the witnesses include former Nixon White House counsel, John dean, couple of former US attorneys one from the northern district, Alabama Joyce, white Vance the other from the eastern district of Michigan Barbara mcquade and the legal in traditional studies director in the Heritage Foundation. John, Malcolm, you can see this hearing again in its entirety. On our websites, right there in the center of the page right now at C span dot org..

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Time of lying to congress yet identity theft failure to register as a lobbyist and conspiring to violate lobbying laws. And then several obstruction and lying to investigators. And I've read all of those lying to investigators charges as well. So I guess my question for Mr. Malcolm when we are talking about dealing with us in the totality of the circumstances. How important is not having the underlying crime of conspiracy. When we look at these, when we look at these obstruction charges. I, I certainly think it's very important factor in terms of what would motivate the president to do what he did he was being deviled by allegations that he knew to be false, and it was casting upon the legitimacy of his presidency and impeding his ability to govern. He had no problem looking into Russian interference in the election. I disagree with all due respect to the characterisation by professor mcquaid about what he was asking Bob Muller to do, but he clearly wanted him. Call me to say that he wasn't involved in any kind of conspiracy or collusion and he was frustrated by the ongoing cloud over his presidency. And then just requestion is Mr. Trump wanted to fire, Bob Mueller. Could he have President Trump fire? Bob Mueller could have done it at any time. Sure if he wanted to fire Jeff Sessions could he fired him at any time, if he would have wanted to fire about Mcgann could he have fired him at any time, certainly could? So as we're dealing with endeavor, which endeavors really just attempt. I mean it's endeavored to obstruct as the same as an attempted crime. And when we typically deal with tempt, we do with it, and it's important that we have, because if I determined, I'm going to rob a Bank, or I'm going to murder somebody. There are underlying factors that could cause me to not complete that action, you would agree, right? Yes. I mean, you, you have to look at what people do you also have to consider what they say. But venting venting? And this is a president who likes event, but to look at what he does. And in fact, he did not do any of the things that, you know, he was talking about doing and even more. So when we walked through with the people who he was venting to none of them as far as the Miller report is concerned. None of them really appeared to have. Any consequences as well. Did they that is correct? Even people who knew that he was venting and didn't do it. He asked him to do now I'm gonna I just wanna walk through. I can't I would love to walk through each actually one of the obstruction charges, but. Have you read inspector Horowitz's inspector general report as it related to the Clinton administration and the FBI in a while? But yes, and you would agree that a ton Mr. Horowitz found a ton of bias in impure. Ax or at least thoughts. I mean we have text messages. Some of those salacious have made the news conducted by the FBI agents. Right. Regrettably, he did. And but in his final conclusion, he has he I mean, he basically asserted that because while there may have been a potential impure thought there were also legitimate reasons for why they were conducting that action. So he didn't hold. He didn't recommend any real true accountability to the FBI agents at that point. Right. Yeah. Inspector general Harwood. Looked at the realm of reasonable decisions made by the investigators and prosecutors and wherever possible gave him the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes he just couldn't because on duck involved. And I guess that's just my overall general question when you're dealing with some of these issues if you have illegitimate reasons and legitimate reasons and you have no underlying crime. How do you prove the intent that is precisely the danger here because you are talking about trying to determine what is illegitimate or legitimate motive for core prison? Discretionary actions. It's easy to do in the face of facially criminal conduct satang bribe or witness tampering with threatening witness but not with the sex of the actions that the president under Tokyo, whether you like them or not. And then I'll just end with we've talked about tweets that age. Well, our donates. Well, this is a tweet from our president on June fifteenth, two thousand seventeen they made up a phony collusion with the Russian story funk zero proof. So now they go for obstruction of Justice on the phony story. Nice. So with that, I'll yield back. Goes back the gentleman from California, MS Lou, this is the House Judiciary committee hearing from earlier today. Looking at less learned from the Miller report, testifying, there was, John Malcolm Heritage Foundation legal and judicial studies director about to ask questions, here, Ted lieu, democrat from California. This is C span radio. WCS PFM ocean. Thank you miss a cheer. So let's talk about Jeff Sessions recused as well known dinner trains. You know Jeff Sessions founded advice department Justice ethics officials recuse himself on March second 2017 investigation related to twenty sixteen presidential elections, age fifty one. The report goes on to detail meeting between the president and the train journal, and it says, quote that weekend sessions, mcgaugh flu Tamara Lago to meet with the president sessions recall that president podium aside is feed to him alone, and such as that session should unrequir- us from the Russia investigation. So former prosecutor always white Vance. What do you make an? Recusals is not a question that the Justice department considers infrequently recusals conflict concerns come up in all sorts of situations. Maybe as a prosecutor, you knew someone personally or your family owned stock in a Bank, so you recused from that case. And when those situations come up the prosecutors obligation is to go to the office and the Justice department that considers those concerns and gets advice. That's what attorney general sessions did that was dispositive conclusion that he had conflicts that meant that he could not be involved in any cases that we're looking into the twenty sixteen elections. So this request from the president that he revisit that it's not just improper. It's income per Hensel. There is no such thing as unrecognizable. Thank you for prosecutor crate, you also US attorneys, correct. Yes. Per that. He prime Justice rules is a turning general are the. Personnel allowed to unilaterally on recused themselves. No, there's no such thing as unreachable. Think of it as he was tainted, a determination was made that he can be the attorney general for many other cases, but not this one because of his political connections to President Trump. He correctly asked them to assess whether he could serve as attorney general over this matter. They studied the matter and concluded that he could not that he was tainted and he was unable to handle this case, and so two unrequir- oneself would be to ignore the taint and to commit an unethical act. Thank you page, seventy eight volume of the report says, and I quote, when sessions toe the president that a special house have appointed presence slump back in his chair and said, oh, my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I'm. The president became angry inland. Bassett attorney, Jennifer his decision to recuse investigation stating how could you let this happen? Jeff Sessions, we call that presence that you're supposed to protect me or words to that effect. A Mr. dean understanding where Kurdish Watergate, and in your experience, you believe it is a row. Attorney general to protect the president. At certainly wasn't the case during the Nixon presidency as a former employee of the department of Justice. I served as the associate deputy attorney general. I know there's a proud and professional workforce at the Justice department that doesn't do anything out of represent the American people. I don't think the attorney general is task is to represent the president. John Mitchell, who was the initial attorney general followed by Richard Kleindienst. And then former Senator Saxby and Elliot Richardson. I really don't think they looked upon their job is to represent with Richard Nixon. So this is sort of unprecedented view from Mr. Trump as to what the attorney general should, and should not be doing. Thank you. Former US attorney McRae, what is your understanding of the role of the general attorney general is bid lawyer for the people of the United States? He is to support and defend the constitution. And he's represe-. The people he has not the personal attorney for the president. Thank you page one seven volume two of the documents. Some point f may seventeen twenty seventy appointment special counsel sessions recall that the president called him at home and asked if session would recuse himself, according to sessions, the president asked him to reverse his recused, so that sessions could direct the department Justice to investigate and prosecute Hillary Clinton. And the just the conversation was the president wanted sessions to recuse from all of it, including the special counsel Russia investigation so formula seventy McKay. What is your reaction to that phone call? It demonstrates to me that President Trump was persistent in his efforts to get attorney general sessions to recuse himself because he was so desperate to limit the scope of the investigation. He was concerned about a number of things. I know that the congressman said, if there's no underlying crime, and there's nothing to cover up, but I disagree with that, number one as a matter of law. That's not correct. But President Trump knew that there were a number of things that could be exposed about him the payment of hush money that caused him to be named as individual one is an unindicted co conspirator in the southern district of New York. The meeting at Trump Tower with Russians that, but for definitions of willfulness, and thing of value could have amounted to a crime. The conversations with WikiLeaks, all of those things, I believe, were matters that were our collusion and could have concerned President Trump about discovery and exposure. Thank you. The gentleman yields back the. Gentleman. Florida mississippi. Thank you. Mr chairman. Fascinating to me that the majority brings Michael Cohen convicted liar, who lied to congress, as a witness, and now, the majority brings you Mr. dean who's convicted of obstructing Justice and is paid by cable, networks and others to open against the president. So instead of legitimizing Mr. dean's present here today. I'll ask my questions to Mr. Malcolm. Mr. Malcolm, isn't it true that the president could have exerted executive privilege and prevented Mr. Mcgann and others from cooperating with special counsel? Yes. And in fact, not only did he encourage Mr. began to cooperate he allowed twenty White House officials to testify, including eight people from the White House counsel's office. Correct. Isn't it true that the president has full constitutional authority without reason to fire, the FBI director, anytime? Yes. So how would it be obstruction to fire FBI director, don't think it was? I would also point out that the report also indicates that others within the intelligence community attorney general sessions himself had suggested that the president ought to do that, before the president decided to do it, isn't, it also true that if the special counsel had decided on the question of obstruction he could have stated that there was evidence, the president committed obstruction and recommended that he charged with obstruction and not kicked decision to the he could have done that. Yes. And he could have he could have recommended any form of charges that he wanted to, to recommend including if he had found anything on Russian collusion or conspiracy, or any of the matter, while recognizing that it would not result in an indictment. He could've said the evidence was there to convict the president, if he could be charged. Guess which he did not kick the decision to the attorney general, the United States who said and I quote, there's not sufficient. Int- evidence to establish the president committed, and obstruction of Justice defense. That's correct. Could you walk me through as an attorney, who's been a number of years practicing in the courtroom and having numerous clients could you walk me through the chilling effects that this is all having on future, presidents having honest in open and Frank conversations with their White House, general counsel and the president's engage in one they solicited, vice sometimes the advice, if they're seeking to do something stupid? Sometimes it may be to do something illegal. That's why they have these conversations and get advice from trusted people with this is that even having the conversation or saying something publicly or privately about it one could be subjected to criminalise, there are all sorts of actions, that price might take that might be aggressive, some of which are covered in the report with to appointee certain executive branch officials firing certain executive branch officials considering issue, certain certain pardons engaging in executive order. Offers. Voting. The take care clause of the constitution to actually involve oneself at an ongoing investigation, everything to being unfairly conducted all of those things can either be legitimate or illegitimate depending on one motives, and it would chill a president. I would think to the bone to think that some prosecutor is going to be the person who's going to be making the determination about which actions legitimate, which is a legitimate, whether there's this with mixed mode of pure motive or an improper motive, the mere fact that, that inquiry could take place would have a chilling effect, which is why there is no clear statement that this obstruction of Justice law should apply to the president, and which is why the independent counsel should have focused on facially illegal acts. Well, you said it better than I could send it. I just think that I don't care if you're Republican or democrat. I think if you're going to be in the White House, in the future that all of this is going to have way on, whoever that president may or may not be in the decisions that he makes about having Frank and open conversations with his council who should be able to have. Very private thought process. What do you think about this in confidence knowing that the White House general counsel isn't gonna be subpoenaed to testify about very conversations that they had about what is going on in the White House? And so I thank you for your testimony here today, and I'll yield the remainder my time to Mr. Jordan. Mr. Malcolm, just let me go back to where we're a few minutes ago in the mall reported says report does not include the president committed a crime..

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Am I know? I'll be damned, but is growing like it's one trunk and his. Yeah. Okay. Single Trump another okay. It's a single trunk. So does look like if you stand back and look at the whole situation with the house and the trees and all that that is that a forty five degree angle because it's stretching to the sun. It might be. It is a it's not too close to the house is by a fan. Okay. So maybe it is because of defense could be the air in the sun situation. So yeah, if it's getting older, and and good girl large-sized Troncon, it is it's really hard to kinda straighten it up. So you just have to kind of look at that as an aesthetic a means of how that plant grows, and there's really an real hard kinda straight up. Once it starts doing. Can I thought so it's just it's it's kinda large chunk is pretty sick. And I don't think there's any as you said, I don't think I can do anything about it. Just kind of look at it as a unique characteristic of that species of plant. Yes. All right, all very much for helping me also go out and feed those dads. Yeah. Background. A lot of birds in New York. Oh, no. I'm sitting outside on a paid you. I love it. Buried for this. Yeah. Thanks for the call. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. We appreciate that. Let's go to Nathan Nathan good morning. How can we help you? So. Based on the findings and all that sort of stuff for the roundup. What's a homeowner to use for just fence lines and such? Safe roundup. Okay. Yeah. We've been recommending it. We wouldn't have any American farmers if we weren't using it. But remember be careful just round the biggest there's many many m- formulations, the weeding grass killer, even the godfather of organic gardening who passed away last year, a Mr. Malcolm back used to say, well, how many times do you want to run your tractor and compact the fields and bus hydrog lines. If you use these things when needed and correctly and safely. There's no, no issues. It's us not using any of these products correctly. But if you if you don't have the sharp, grubbing hoe. That's the best option are flat shovel. But if it's a weeding grass killer as long as you're using it correctly. Sprang. And remember, we have a very very buffered clay calcareous type high ph soils, and it locks up in the soil. So it's not going to contaminate the soil. But remember there's different formulations like brush killers and stuff like that which we need to take much caution with because that's people don't use them correctly. What about the organic way with the orange or you wanna if you got grassy weeds their nephew wanna use the acidic acid. The twenty percent vinegar two ounces of orange oil and a little bit of liquid detergent with that of that's the option. Also as a non selective option for grass here weedy weeds. But often depending on the species a weeds, you might have to apply more than once often it burns back instead of kills and then do you 'cause Aggie con analysis on it and look at the cost efficiency on that? But that's the other option. I've also used it for years, but always with gloves cover and all that sort of stuff. So but remember what we're seeing on? This is California and lawyers that are involved, but I'll leave it as. If you're doing a raised bed garden and you use. The old railroad ties early Cheang problem with the chemicals that are in those for a garden. The old old railroad ties the amount of Korea salt that's in there. As either age or dissipated away. If you very Israel retry ties, man, they're heavy and you you'll stain your pants and won't get that out. We've done studies many years and have the science behind it with the heavy metals, not no significant safety issues. If there's still concern you can line the inside of the bed with some six mil black plastic. Gotcha. Nathan thanks for the call and good luck and Bill. Good morning to you, sir. How are you on this fine day? Hello bill. Good morning. I'm doing really good enjoying your show. Thank you. Bill. Owner operator of lock hill pet feed and lawn and watch special this week. I understand carrying the Nitra products. Now. Good. Thank you Bill. Yeah. We've got the metro Feis products, and they're selling pretty good too that one there the one the one that competes against some Medina is is molasses based. And I'm not sure how all that went to work out in the long run. But I know people use molasses on there to stimulate the bacterial growth in their soil. So that's a pretty good one. I made I've been using Medina for years. I may try that one for this year, they met you also carry the Medina products. And you carry all kinds of stuff for the launch and gardens. I understand you've been seeing some hummingbirds, and you've got everything to take care of those ice. Was up there yesterday building burden the display for our for our hummingbird feeders. When we got the nectar, and yeah, they are here. All you need sugar and water. If you if you don't have them coming and you wanna make the water sweeter us three to one ratio. If you already have them come on and save a few bucks might get four to one ratio in that order are by premix stuff, which we have tons of. You got vet clinic today real quick. Yes, sir. Crispin he noon to five today. Eleven to two thirty forty him and his able staff, and of course, you can save a lot of money on your veteran age if you get over there sit on a bail the hay and take your turn Telemarket is we're in the golden Quayle business park, which is off the road between ten and cotton. Should you get lashed? You give us a call at two.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"A man claiming to be McGregor. These Scottish sun foul mouth Email when asked about the split he called the claim lies and would be he would call in lawyers. He said, all right, well, guest race of of Mr. Malcolm McGregor. Oh, mighty wider, him, white. Okay. So can you see what belief is? Let's chat and see what they relieved the Scottish version of going to the corner store cigarettes and forty and never come back white. Oh, we're not cigarettes with his passport white dodge Draper ain't shit white. Hey Barbara, this is Richie. Hey, listen, I ain't never come home again. Take it easy. Why police searched woman at Utah. Mormons, why does she ever police search for him in Arnesen federalized white move into to Utah, white two families. One Cup, white. All right. He's why secret lovers. Why my man is my man is your man heard is her man to go boy white. The correct why come. Quite main. We can do anything. He said, I'm gonna show y'all. How's done? I show you had this cheat and shit is done. Okay, y'all. I don't step cheating game even to national associate. That's what I do. Okay. They called me the international player that's not check. You get divorced over there. I'm throwing his wife Cottam. So what do you suggest? Gesture? Just just keep playing man. Don't worry about what goes on at the top of things. I worry about that it is what it is. As safari said, be just like me. Cowardice sheet. I'm saying. Throw a dead man. All right guys, sore Reshma tar. A Burma tin woman has been charter, stabbing her husband with a samurai sword. During an argument Bremerton woman accused of stabbing husband and our two semi semis, which mind to him, which require to be flown to Seattle hospital for treatment with charged Wednesday. Second-degree of saw police, which card at twelve thirty eight AM Wednesday to the residents. The the man that was stabbed police officers. He and his wife have been fighting over her infidelity and that he demanded she leave. The woman went to find the d. to the house saying she owned it too. And when she couldn't find it, she charged him. The man says he showed it to the ground to keep it from attack him. She ran downstairs to a store mounted on the wall. I ran into her tour actually grabbed the sore as she turned around and and impelled me the mantle officers hours described the wound as four inches long, one inch wide and down to the bone. The mass loss building in his hand, and he was flown to Seattle the medical center there. The woman at first offices that are husband pet himself during the struggle with sword, which she says she needed to protect ourselves at one hundred and slammed to the ground vote while driving the woman to the kids out county jail officer. The one says she stabbed her husband defense, the woman pleaded not guilty. Yeah, who knows what the word against his. But I mean some idea stack because it's sort now. Are you guys? That's it for today. Thank you so much word enjoying our tedtalk we right. Thank you. We'll talk to you. I'll tomorrow to then. I love you too.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"Plan welcome to yet another episode of manager dan money with ben malcolm where i myself ben carter joined by my wonderful cohosts mr malcolm ethridge what's going on malcolm not too much man another day another dollar indeed as they say as we always do you know i'm outraged in annoyed and appalled by something that i just realized and learned like a couple of minutes ago and i'm saying a lot because you don't get upset very is more just like we are walking towards a certain future world that looks like one of those worlds and those movies we were presented a couple years ago amazon has facial recognition technology and they are apparently selling it to government and law enforcement bodies and one of the like civil liberties organizations that fights for like you know american civil liberties like aclu yes something like that was another one came out in like basically said amazon new stop number one selling this to you know good luck to do stop selling amazon right but more than just like them selling the facial recognition stuff i was like thinking about the minority report the movie with that tom cruise right or he's like doing the house thing matt damon until you sit tom cruise regardless i'm pretty sure it's tom cruise and they have what's called the i can't remember what they called the people that could see into the future that new crime you were about to commit and that's like the whole premise of the movie but in the movie tom cruise is walking through the city and the ads in the city are addressing him by name they're like malcolm you need some new soap and.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

03:04 min | 4 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"Oh two two two two two two two two welcome back to manage their money within in malcolm one question we give you a pretty frequently is whether or not it's possible to refinance your home to often or how do i know when it's time to refinance since interest rates have been hovering around historical lows for a few years now this is definitely a practical question as with any financial decision the choice should come down to how much is going to cost you versus how much could a potentially save for homeowners who purchased their homes more than four to five years ago it's very possible at a refinance would make sense any shorter than that and it could be too this is because when you get into a traditional third kits mortgage the first four to five years worth of mortgage payments go primarily to interest so unless you're homes been appreciated rapidly you wouldn't have done the chance to start paying down much print you have to also calculate breakeven point it has been mentioned earlier take into account how much closing costs will be wants to refinance as a general who oh of thumb lower the new interest rate is assuming will reach a breakeven so keep all of that in mind as you make that decision i'm out the methods license financial adviser and this has been your money minute welcome back to manager dan money good advice from mr malcolm if you have a question or a thought you'd like to have malcolm respond to send it to us info manager dan money dot com and don't forget to follow us on social media is at m why diem with a one on the end malcolm what yours at malcolm on money absolutely in today's conversation at hand impactful money news stories from the start of 20 18 another headline that we pulled malcolm this is all the raids and we still have to do a full show on this topic because we haven't you and i were both kind of like hating the idea of actually doing it but it's to the point where we have to do a now coin check confirms crypto hack loss larger than mount gac's i don't know who gaps is somebody got hacked for their crypto money.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"If you haven't even bothered to read this particular book i don't have anything to say to you that person at the right this is one of my econ teachers that i used to let go to his office in like we would have arguments on whatever and he will like pull out his dry race board draw charts and graphs to prove musila at recess you're or at lunch you're in the professors office do in math problems than egon problem nerd alert as i say of but so like because he was so emphatic about it in encounter shamed me because i own the book and had never actually bother to read it right i actually did dig into it now i've probably we recep fourday like ten times oh awhile um i just one of those they're like every single time i read it i get something new from it because i at a new phase financially in my life than was by right at the first time or my aspirations have changed financially since the last time i read it and so a kind of helps to as i can reshape my perspective on what i should be doing with money that's an interesting point i didn't even think about that on the next one on my list personally um is never eat alone by keith farrah's vietnam here that was hit tell me more at another excellent suggestion by mr malcolm ethridge and will harris also noticed beats bobby man both of them read it and suggested that i read it ended up being what at the top my list than in the book is actually about you know focusing on the longterm and concerted effort that she had to put out when it comes to networking in the value of doing that over time i'm an answers questions about building confidence that you need to network and making it how to make it a part of the your lifestyle kind of habitually such that you're always networking at every point in every moment of your life uh i thought it was really powerful because it put in real terms.

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"mr malcolm" Discussed on Material

Material

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"mr malcolm" Discussed on Material

"Tell one more thing about this is that i really hated when you do a heat google search this is what i call google search like you know i'm just say oh this oh god this terrible person who did this terrible thing insert your own ideas there uh you know and then google has are you interested in this terrible worsened is a terrible thing as no i'm not interested in the serling person i just i needed background information i am a journalist i research things i need to know all sides of the story or sometimes i just feel like hate reading about terrible people because our human and raw flawed so i have to go i i must have goosebumps to do with uh prime minister mr malcolm booth listening hello of men other occasionof gotta called and grew and other said to him a first na na thanks roughly y'all like send a video message she go like no he understands that the contacts we advocate pursat and their terrible and this is how you should at or or whether foot that was another option saying actually google i am actively not interested in this person so if you could like hide him from my field of view whenever i'm using a google product unless he or she has launched you'd nuclear missiles at someplace that i'm likely to be in the next three days that's great i think that's a great idea it's just like only remind me if disasters happening and it's this person that it caused a disaster like for instance i could see myself an opening putin down for that through.

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