35 Burst results for "Next Day"

Transitioning from First to Second House Hack

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

02:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Transitioning from First to Second House Hack

"To recap. You bought a house. Inner nevada three bedroom. Two bathroom main house. I believe with a one. One basic mother-in-law sweet above the garage wrecked about the perfectly out for a house. Ac you and your wife alison been there for two years. We we were there for about a year and a half year knafo correct okay so year and a half and what you live in the main house. You've been air being being the mother-in-law sweet above the garage and then you've done a great job of pivoting with that one covert happen. You switched to medium term rentals so as we. I want to get some numbers with you and details. Is you pivoted to medium term rental on there and now you have moved out your new property. So tell us about the pivot from a short term rental medium-term rental covert. I say about a year ago and why that's changed your investing philosophy so when kovic hit my wife and i looked at each other like. Oh crap our whole principles. Our philosophy is based off of short term rental people. Travelling people aren't traveling so the whole part of the game is adapting. And seeing what we can do. And so that's when we really started Looking into medium term rentals and medium term rentals or anything over thirty days and we started looking into furnish finder and copa to try to get people in because furnished finder is actually focused more towards traveling nurses and everyone knows during covid. There's a lot of traveling nurses and so that really got us through twenty twenty out safe. From april to september in september we opened backup april-september medium term rentals saved our business and during that process. We knew that we noticed that. Okay this is great. We're not doing laundry every night. This is great. have to deal with the cleaner. We're not having constant turnover. We're having more professionals come in and live with our live in our property that are more quiet and sleep during the and work at night and it just it really fit my wife and i during that time fit perfectly and we couldn't ask for anything better all right and so give a frequency so medium term rental is everyone everyone a few months turnover. Yeah it depends on what they're looking for the shortest term you can do is thirty days but we've had some up to four to five months and we've actually had people come last minute like hey can i stay a little bit longer. But we're really trying to keep it as business and keep our occupancy and our turnover or occupancy as low as possible so we have people lined up so we have had to turn away a couple of people but all in all we've had excellent excellent

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NASA's Orion Space Suit Equipped to Expect the Unexpected on Artemis Missions

Innovation Now

01:12 min | 6 hrs ago

NASA's Orion Space Suit Equipped to Expect the Unexpected on Artemis Missions

"Nasr's orion spacecraft takes off astronauts inside will be wearing new improved high tech spacesuits. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind ideas that shave our future at several points. During artemis missions astronauts will wear a bright orange spacesuit called the orion crew survival system suit the suits have been re engineered to improve safety and range of motion and will be custom fit to each crewmember. Here's dustin gohmert project. Manager for nasr's orion crew survival systems these updated spacesuits contain a fire resistant outer layer and stronger zippers and restraints that allow crew members to up quickly and stay at pressure longer. Well a lighter stronger helmet will improve comfort and communications updated. Gloves and boots will be provided. These suits can even keep astronauts alive for up to six days if orion was to lose cabin pressure. They're also equipped with a suite of survival gear. That could be used if necessary after the astronauts return to earth and splashed down in the ocean. astronauts will wear the suit on launch day in emergency situations during high risk parts of missions near the moon and during the high speed return

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Texas Power Grid Manager Issues Weeklong Conservation Alert

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 hrs ago

Texas Power Grid Manager Issues Weeklong Conservation Alert

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Texas power grid manager issues a week long conservation alert just months removed from a catastrophic grid failure the electric grid manager for most of Texas issued a conservation alert Monday that runs through Friday as heat index readings topped one hundred degrees across much of the state the electric reliability council of Texas appealed to users to lower thermostats to seventy eight degrees and avoid using large electric appliances until late in the day cop predicted a record peak demand load on that system while also saying twelve thousand one hundred seventy eight megawatts of the grids eighty six thousand eight hundred sixty two megawatts of generating capacity was offline Monday more than four million caught customers lost power in the February freeze the caught red the only one of the nation completely within the borders of one state is exempt from federal regulation but also cannot access supplemental power from other grids hi Mike Rossio

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Massive Chemical Plant Explosion Prompts Evacuations in Illinois

Michael Berry

00:37 sec | 9 hrs ago

Massive Chemical Plant Explosion Prompts Evacuations in Illinois

"And fire that destroyed a large local business, and fire chief Kirk Wilson put it bluntly. It's been a very catastrophic day for our community. An explosion at the camp tool plant that makes Greece products and other fluids sparked the fire that has burned most of the day. While progress is being made on dousing the fire, there is a consideration for residents, according to the chief. What we're concerned with is particulates that may be in the air residents are being urged to wear mask. For the time being. Dozens of employees were rescued from the plant. One firefighters suffered a minor injury. GURNAL Scott Fox News Republican

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U.S. Leaders Gather to Mourn Nearly 600K American Virus Deaths

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 10 hrs ago

U.S. Leaders Gather to Mourn Nearly 600K American Virus Deaths

"The nation's leaders are honoring the nearly six hundred thousand Americans who have died of covert nineteen since the outbreak began legislative leaders gather to mark a moment of silence the builder heads but gave no speeches concluding by joining the soloist in singing god bless America as the done to show unity during other tragic events president Biden marked a grim milestone while still overseas my heart goes out to all those who lost a loved one the president says even though the death rate is dropping below four hundred Americans a day it's still a real tragedy having six hundred thousand cobit deaths is about equal to the number of Americans who died of cancer in twenty nineteen but the true Kobe death toll is believed to be much higher Jackie Quinn Washington

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Amazon's Luna Controller on Sale for $49, an All-Time Low

Geek News Central

01:02 min | 10 hrs ago

Amazon's Luna Controller on Sale for $49, an All-Time Low

"Amazon is going to open up luna cloud gaming prime members between june twenty first and the twenty second so The lunatic game services offering no invite access on prime day during that time prime subscribers in most of the us able to start a seven day luna trial and get now get discounts on the controller and fire tv bundle to access luna currently. You must request imitation or owners supported. Fire tv device if available on windows and mac. Pc's fire tv iphone and ipad the web and unsupported android device. It costs it. Costs five ninety nine a month and includes resident evil. Seven control tacoma res- infant and metro exits. Amazon is discounting the dedicated linda controller by thirty percent reducing it to forty nine dollars from lists of seventy on top of that its offering fire tv stick four k and loonie controlled fire tv gaming bundle for seventy four dollars suggest a heads up of that were coming

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Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 11 hrs ago

Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence

"Spiritual counseling and conflict resolution services are being offered around the clock in Kansas city Missouri with hopes of maintaining a three week ceasefire to end gun violence clergy and civil rights advocates are desperately seeking ways to stop the shootings in Kansas city Missouri there were sixty seven killings so far this year and a sixty eight occurred Sunday after the ceasefire had gone into effect Reverend Vernon Howard says they're hoping to intervene in situations where a shooting might take place like retaliation or because someone has snapped he says the larger goal is to get politicians to address systemic problems like joblessness and a lack of resources mediators counselors and clergy are working together during the twenty one days of peace offering twenty four seven ministry and prayer until midnight July third I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mall Owner Washington Prime Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Larry O'Connor

00:38 sec | 12 hrs ago

Mall Owner Washington Prime Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

"Malls are across the country is now in chapter 11 due to the pandemic. Washington Prime Group based in Columbus, Ohio, is citing the Covid 19 pandemic, saying it created significant challenges for many companies. Washington Prime was separated from the nation's largest mall operators, Simon Property Group in 2014. Washington. Prime says it has secured financing to support day to day operations during the chapter 11 process. Course site. Research has predicted about a quarter of America's malls could disappear in the next five years. GeneCo's LDA fox news gas prices

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The Next Big Breakthrough? The Expanding Voice Market With Aakir Vaish

VOICE Global 2021

02:28 min | 13 hrs ago

The Next Big Breakthrough? The Expanding Voice Market With Aakir Vaish

"Wanna highlight play The audience orden and invoice will be the gender. It is absolutely very much already happening. In these emerging markets. Like today. I would say a businesses in india africa and southeast asia. Almost half theme dimensions And whatsapp is emerging as a very very big channel. Moore's what's whatsapp. The platform itself has launched new features just this month Which is now sits facebook and whatsapp launching these features. Regina lean more much to happen so it's a very Thing in this part of the water so your advice to those out there that are that are watching this interview Pay attention pay. Close attention to what's happening Look at Definitely be looking at. What's app For the for the brands out there for for customer interaction. Great customer interaction point and. Now it's a point of commerce so so noted Any predictions for two thousand twenty two. I love what you said that you feel like the pandemic accelerated this market by year. Maybe even to Any predictions for you know. Twenty twenty two That you would like to share novem hunter. Another one to me Many predictions i think. Go i do something else. Which is the thing that. I lose my sleep over If there was that was the best. The thing that i lose my sleep over these days the most days over the next eighteen months. There's going to be some massive disruption as these something. That's something that's going to give. Yvette is going to be You know some big product breakthrough some big tech breakthrough. You know editing in the water. Moving to whatsapp or who will business messages on alexa or alexei is going to be ready to become bigger like there's going to be something that's gonna you know almost addicting point where something is happening if this is even bigger than what we have. I don't know what that is yet. A lot of making different bags in areas which we think are going to pan out certain way share. But i think that's going to if Now we're talking about similar things. I'd be surprised

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Norton Celebrates Respect for Washington, D.C. Flag, Achieved Even Before Statehood

Larry O'Connor

00:37 sec | 13 hrs ago

Norton Celebrates Respect for Washington, D.C. Flag, Achieved Even Before Statehood

"Establishing June 4th as flag Day, then national flag Day was established by an act of Congress. 33 years later now, D C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, in a release says she's marking Flag Day by noting the respect the D C flag has gained, which Norton says is on par with state flags. Norton proclaiming today on Flag Day, We are quote closer to statehood than ever. Barbara Brick W M. A. L and W M a l dot

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Best Bets for Royal Ascot Day 5

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:09 min | 13 hrs ago

Best Bets for Royal Ascot Day 5

"We'll start the opening race bizarrely The chesham washing murphy was giving his a glowing report about mccullough and saying that this is one of his better the week. obviously he can't bet but was nominating the as such a six to one shot currently This is a very very fluid market but attended by short price favourite from that aidan. O'brien at point lonsdale. Who won first time son. Australia out of sweepstake Who was a daughter of and is the worst that we talked quite a bit about. After his victory he just seemed destined to be ending up here and his brother to broome and again a new neighboring to be fair to him gave us the exclusive that brooms brother was gonna be going for him. So fairplay tim for that. Not enough bookmakers recurrently betting on the race at the time but it was great to have that insight so in terms of this race lot of forces coming in here in the back of just one run. What's your thoughts to tracy. Yeah you're right. Say that there is obscene very little to go to the chechen this year. But pentti of like. We're tight on the back of in on either seconds starts but of course i could unders- on the argument about the favorite hair and point lonsdale. Who was impressive. davis the car in seven fellow maiden and try to make cool then and how comfortable he rahm was seriously impressive. from he's gone on to finish second since al gore ninety by ahead again so the form from the limited information again that we have look solid enough with enough like rules in that and he did destroy them on his debut that was their impressive however his prices reflecting now of course and another run with a similar profile at least anyway to moines notebook following debut saw is new science because he made his dating sauce and a good looking some villanova's that y'all again were plenty of light will take some tape making davies

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More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

Native America Calling

01:23 min | 16 hrs ago

More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

"At least one. Large canadian city victoria has decided to cancel canada day celebrations on july. The first as dan carpenter reports the decision comes in the wake of the recent discovery of the remains of two hundred fifteen native children at the site of a former residential school in british columbia. Plans have now been shelled for the city on vancouver island to host a virtual candidate a celebration. The decision came after a unanimous. Vote by victoria city council. Instead officials say they will create a broadcast focused on the larger canadian history with guidance from local first nations. The broadcast will be released later in the summer. And focus on what it means to be canadian. Here's victoria mayor. Lisa helps right now. the likud nations are grieving And so it's very difficult for them to come and sing and dance and celebrate context change when those two hundred and fifteen children's bodies were discovered and and they are reeling and everybody is reeling. And so we're all just doing our best to figure out how to move forward. Some residents of vancouver island agree with the decision saying it might be best to cancel the celebrations this year and instead remember all residential school survivors and the victims. There have been similar calls across the country to cancel the national holiday celebrations. Many first nations held ceremonies to honor the two hundred fifteen children whose remains were discovered in may at the site of the former kamloops residential school for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Israel's New Government Gets to Work After Netanyahu Ouster

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Israel's New Government Gets to Work After Netanyahu Ouster

"Israelis have woken up to a new political landscape of the prime minister Naftali Bennett secured parliament's backing ousted longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu the new government was sworn in late on Sunday and has started work with ministers announcing appointments of new ministry directors on the streets of Jerusalem there were varying reactions to the news of the new political alignment local resident Richard bell thinks Israelis will know if the arrangement is working or not in little more than three months we have to give them a chance yeah give them at least a hundred days of grace see which direction they're headed but it's on it's on Yahoo a slated to hold a hound of the meeting but without the formal ceremony that traditionally accompanies a change in government I'm Charles at that that's not

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Attenborough: G-7 Must Speed up Climate Action

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Attenborough: G-7 Must Speed up Climate Action

"G. seven leaders are talking about climate change on the final day of the summit in England with naturalist David Attenborough warning they must take urgent action to avoid human based environmental catastrophe I can process global warming and loss of biodiversity of the only doubt us is the fact that he says our societies and nations are unequal the question sons forces us to address specifically in twenty twenty one is whether as a result of these intertwined facts we're on the verge of destabilizing the entire planet the naturalist adds if that he's so then decisions we make this decade in particular the decisions made by the most economically advanced nations of the most important in human history Charles the last month London

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Tom Davies on Making Glasses for the Movies

My Wardrobe Malfunction

02:38 min | 2 d ago

Tom Davies on Making Glasses for the Movies

"Aren't very well. Don't in films very well in general films. Don't do very well at all. And i was very lucky to what jenny bevan Who love the idea of the actors wearing exquisite iowa. Because i kind of the original brief. Just to make a free for emma thompson. Is his bugle sunglasses. The script called for this iconic piece. So i went in to do that. And that's what a went in for and it was a beautiful beautiful design. Came up with if i don't say so myself. So it was so because she's a fashion designer in the film very well renowned and they had to be over the talk quite glamorous and i did a beautiful so jackie o style frame embedded a sort of a line of gold eighteen karat gold in the top of the frame. Because this lady. She's a fashion in the seventies in the film. But she made a big thing in the sixties. So i thought should be sixties inspired. You know she's a more mature to. This is assault. Put the golden side to make them just beautiful. And it's a great scene which you look into liberties. The frame right into the camera like this A and i said to. Jenny said you know the problem with this. Film is in the seventies everybody in the seventies glasses. Because there's no liza surgery. There's no contact lenses and everyone wears glasses. I said you know you got to do everybody. What you call make like glasses soccer. Make him plus. She's all the extras as well as well. It was fun said. Where do you see the film which fully because so many classes in their the jain almas big over the top seventy s glasses on some characters. I should have bought. I've got script dot says. I remember getting the script. I'm reading the script. I run thinking. Why are they giving me the script. This is amazing like literally disney. Give me the crazy. Come like you know getting the script out and i'm like i'm going through it reading i'm getting out. I'm going rutland glasses looking through glasses. Look i literally wrote on every page where i could possibly justify a pair of spectacles in the movie and what went down with any we went through and basically walked away from a second meeting with a brief to make you know literally hundreds of frames and it was great because i met with a mistake. I sort of dark to the door to said our. Don't think we're doing glasses. This movie i should. And this is my. This is my reenactment. And i've made frame for emma. She picked it up and she goes. Oh these are amazing these days and that was

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Finding Europe in America

Travel with Rick Steves

03:01 min | 3 d ago

Finding Europe in America

"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick

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"next day" Discussed on Heartbroken with Falen

Heartbroken with Falen

04:21 min | 4 d ago

"next day" Discussed on Heartbroken with Falen

"Did you have to completely start over on your own did you. Did you have renters. Renters insurance and so If you listen to listen you don't get it because it really does help and you know. I always with someone who was like. Oh this will never happen to me and then happens to you and you're like wow okay. That's a real thing I honestly hadn't even heard about renter's insurance until after the fire just because that's not something that they really like. Teach you a whole lot Now i mean some apartments require it but usually yeah i think Like places like you live where it's kind of a jewel owner. That's not usually a requirement. So how would you know a lot of time. You really don't miss apparent tell you or you're moving in similar they are. Yeah exactly exactly We were very lucky to have a lot of amazing family and friends. That helped us a lot with getting your needs met you know in. May we moved into our apartment that we're still in now and pretty much had it fully furnished just because people were so generous with giving us what we needed. You know whether it be a couch or set of pans. We definitely had everything. We needed to rebuild. Our life is. Is that the biggest thing that you feel like. Were you know you felt so supported. Was people helping you re set your life. Is that what you know. Is that what you guys needed. It was the outpouring of just people checking in on you. What was it for you. That helped make things a tiny bit easier. i think it was a combination of things You know just people being there to let us talk about it sometimes when you wanna talk about things that are hard people get uncomfortable. They get kinda weird about it and so we have a lot of people who just talk through everything. All the weird stuff My now has been the next day made a joke of..

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Learn Positive Coping Skills Today

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

02:53 min | Last week

Learn Positive Coping Skills Today

"I'm excited today to introduce judy moskovitz. She is going to be talking to us about positive coping skills for caregivers and slightly different than your general self care topics that we hit upon. She's got a research program that actually trains you on how to shift. You're thinking into positive gear. So thanks for joining me judy. Thanks for having me. I'm excited to talk about this cool. So why don't we just jump in and have you tell us about yourself and your program. Yeah happy to so. This works started for me. So i'm i'm trained as a social psychologist in. My expertise is in stress and coping emotion. And i started my career studying how people cope with stress so You know when something difficult happens as it does to all of us constantly difficult happens. What do you do to cope with that to. How do you feel better. And we were doing a study of men caring for their partners with aids. This was the early to mid nineteen ninety s so before the treatments more effective so it ended up being a study of the stress of caregiving as well as the stress of bereavement has many of the partners died and early on in the study caregivers. And we were. We were asking about what's stressful about the what's stressful about caregiving. And how are you coping with it. And then that would be the end of the interview and they they said you know you're not asking us about the good things and we want to talk about that and i were sort of surprised what he good things horrific like this is some of the worst human can experience but they said no there are good things going on and so we added a question where we ask them to tell us about something positive in meaningful that happened in the past week that help them get through a day and they almost in almost every single interview in did hundreds of them. The participants could come up with something positive. That happened recently. That helped him get through a day and they were small things like a beautiful sunset or a walk on the beach or making a a meal that their partner enjoyed so they weren't winning the lottery. Or you know finding a cure for cancer like they were they were little everyday things and by focusing on them and experiencing now and talking about them they were able to than that help them cope better with the stress of the caregiving the bereavement so based on that finding then some other research. That was coming out in the literature and some more work that we did. We decided that we wanted to put together a program that helped people experience more positive emotion on a daily basis which then would help them cope with whatever type of stress they're coping

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"next day" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"next day" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"To Chuckie that I would look out for her. So Yes, it was important to me. To know how badly I feel that there If she was out there suffering for days, then It would've made it tougher but I wanted to believe that she She went fast and that she didn't know. Even that is ugly. Is it? He would offer a little bit of comfort. I need you. Thistles state on the phone was sooner for a lot of that night, and it's during this call that she softens toward him, like her anger is totally drained out of her. Later. Listen would tell me she was afraid sooner was going to hurt himself or do something stupid to get himself hurt. She needed him to make it to the next day. Ask you a question. Yeah. Don't even ask me what you're gonna have to be done to me. What.

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Natarsha March:Utilise Video to Build a Successful Newborn Photography Business

PhotoBiz Xposed

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Natarsha March:Utilise Video to Build a Successful Newborn Photography Business

"You'll background was with tv. And it sounds like video video editing. How did you know to build the khanda website that you have and has that been a slow evolution or did you sort of hit the ground running with the web saw another that had to be a big focus. Yeah absolutely sorry. I am very computer illiterate. I'm on say really. Avoiding really hundred present also taught in terms of website so i have built my website hundred percent from scratch on wax and i built it about it on wax because wicks free and for about the first year even had like all the ads and stuff on an early days very early of the business when it was just sort of my friends that were sort of booking and that but then what happened was out of time the you do something he get at it. And so while. I wasn't shooting high numbers and high volume. I was working on the behemoth of my business sir during the kids naps and when their own the dice that they were at daycare or you know sometimes it was always something that fascinated me and i am the sort of person that loves to learn and loves to know how to do something for myself. Sorry thankfully wicks as a website is actually really drag and drop. Its really simple and it just makes sense to me. And then they did start to incorporate html cartons are dr. How courage but do i ever need to. Hired is probably not if i do. I just outsource that. So it's one of the few things that i do outside of my

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"next day" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

02:38 min | Last month

"next day" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"And i was gone. I was high noon. The next day But here on shop for twenty they they even it out a little bit better and they know they know what they're doing and they're not dealing with someone like me who has no self control are we know i would love to deal with someone like you but i will get you as a judge come on come e every morsel of that food but it tells you where we're at when it comes to marijuana with we whatever you call it the stigma. Don't you feel like it's definitely lifting. Yeah i like yeah. That's another reason that. Ibm part of it. Because this is all these like again. It's like a reality show..

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"next day" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"next day" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"And They had a court date that they were supposed to renegotiate like child support or something like that and she's like i don't really want to face him she's like he's just giving me problems. Like what do i do. And i said this is what you do and i gave her the instructions and i said this is what you need to follow this to let. Are you going to do that. And she said yeah. And i was like okay. I will do work on my end. I said just to make sure we'll take care of it. She comes the next day or the day that they were supposed to have this court date. She looks at me and she goes. The judge. didn't show up because the judge went into like early labor. So the judge they were supposed to have was pregnant went into labor prematurely baby. Everyone's fine yeah. But she's like then. We got a different judge who looked demands that her ex wanted and said he was being ridiculous and said no to l. the things he was asking for and gave she's like can he gave me everything i wanted. Whoa so that's pretty. I mean that's a positive heck's though how badly could it have gone. I'm there are heck says that can harm people there. There are ones that are designed to harm or to destroy There is that on my or afflicts. Premium are premium service. It's only fans xs which only adds faster than there are those that exist. I do know of them. I do a familiar with some of the rituals of them. Just because i've always been fascinated with the occult Are they something to be used lightly. Absolutely not Do i have a problem with people using them. No so long as they're being used in right like if it's a matter of self defense if it's a matter of it's you know you feel you're in danger and you feel legitimately like your life is threatened. Then.

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"next day" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

Strawberry Letter

06:40 min | 3 months ago

"next day" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

"Ask hold but oh no this young as food. He don't ask for his voice mail and when he finally got home around noon. Be you took it to far. Why you all up having breakfast in going to brunch. With a foam food spent the night. He came home around noon. I was hot. He came in to try to kiss me and all i could smell was laundry detergent and fabric softer this. This is the good part of the letter. Y'all the first thing i asked was if he got sick and through a phone himself he was all defensive saying. No why ask him that. Are you crazy. See gave you the out. What that's bennett in allow. You told about being drunk. She said. Did you throw up on yourself and have to wash on your shirt wild. How did you know that because smelly laundry detergent damn baby. I didn't want to come home with all that vomit on his shirt. Wow man so perceptive. Thank you for caring. You was out she out boy. She wrote the lie for you not a player. Joe joe may stead to gift horse in the mouth and your dumb ass got deficit. No why would i ask him that. I told him i could tell. His shirt had been washington. I guess 'cause it was bowing you couldn't come home with shirt smelling like that. You don't know none of the tricks. I've thrown shirt away becky without and came home with notion where we nothing to do is try to explain this shirt. Now with plo back then so you know. I had a twenty five dollar. Pierre cardin shirt. And i came in the house. Oh my girl and she said. Where's your shirt. I said i got in a fight and it got to- all since you just like your daddy. I said you damn right. 'cause mom she's sit round my mother. My mother used to tell her that my father used to go down on saturday nights. Get in fight to his shirt. Come home and change shirts and go back and fight again album. Daddy's fight for money. So i just that was always in my heart so i came home with no shirt. He looked like a fool and tried to say i was crazy. He got on the couch and immediately fell asleep. Oh he wasn't sleep at noon if he fell asleep at noon. That's even more evidence to hebron up all night. Perform out of k- home doing yard work working everything. How stupid as i look through his cell phone and he had deleted all his text message and he deleted his call. Okay excellent so now. We don't have a shirt with evidence. We don't have a call with evidence. All the evidence is called. We have a woman who says you've never cheated on her. If five years so where we add borrowed. All you had to do was take off you right. I watched it in d you right now. She ain't speaking to him. I wanna squashes situation. But there's no need to nag him over and over for answers. I know he's up to something. Well you save for five years. You never suspected anything. So how do. I handle this maturity without trying to break his neck. What are you going to break his neck for. She knows all the evidence has been washed away somewhere down. Somebody laundryman okay. But you got no evidence so now all you do is put this in your memory brank and be watchful because he'd asked stupid to make stupid mistakes again because he he just dumb as a damn does he needs mentoring stupid. You must vomit in his shirt and washed it. And i did. How did you know that was way. But when i was finished saying he's not a play that he thinks he is gut cutting was bleed. No me and then. I washed it. This is go all right. Listen listen and it's up. An instagram steve harvey fm with your thoughts on today's strawberry letter. Check out the podcast on demand coming up next see up. Cbs has launched an internal investigation over the heated discussion. Between sharon osborne. And our girl cheryl underwood. We'll talk about it right after this. You're listening to morning show. You've got the luck of the irish. Total wine will shamrock you. 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"next day" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

Strawberry Letter

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"next day" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

"We've been getting some really good one lady lately and this one probably will be just as good. We'll be reading this letter. Live on the air right here right now all right. Let's get to buckle up and hold on tight. We got here. It is strawberry letter. Thank you enough you subject. He came home the next day with a clean shirt on dear stephen shirley i'm twenty nine year old woman and i've been engaged for two years. I've never questioned man's loyalty to me and in the five years. Total that we've been together. I don't think he's ever cheated on me. We live together. And i have all of its passwords to his phone social media accounts and his checking account. He has all of mine. Two things changed after the covid lockdown loosened up and now he's trying to hang out more than usual. Recently he went out with his friends and he called me to say and said that he got too intoxicated to drive home. He said he was going to spend the night at his co workers house. I was glad he was safe. And i didn't suspect anything the next morning. I called to check on him and his phone went straight to voicemail when he finally got home around noon. I was hot. He came in and tried to kiss me and all i could smell was laundry detergent and fabric softener wherever he had been. He washed his shirt before he came home. The first thing i asked was if he got sick and threw up on himself he was all defensive and said no. And why did i ask him that. I told him. I could tell. His shirt had been washed and ironed. He looks like a food and tried to say. I was crazy. He got on the couch and immediately fell asleep. I look through his cell phone and he deleted all of his text messages and he deleted his call log. It's been three days. And i'm not speaking to. I want to squash the situation. But there's no need to nag him over and over for answers. I know he's up to something. How do i handle this maturely without trying to break his neck. Please advise well for starters. The silent treatment is good. The silent treatment is good. I mean men hated. That's why i love it. I am a fan of silence. I am but this guy is all the way wrong. He's lying an everything you said makes your case about the call log and the shirt smelling off fresh and clean like he had just washed and ironed it in a court of law. This case would be dismissed because of lack of evidence. But you know as the woman with your intuition and how you investigate and smell and snoop around and all that you know. You're right. I don't think he'll ever admit to cheating or or or whatever he was doing in this lifetime please do not let him flip it and try to make. It seem like this. Is your fault like you don't have the right to question him. I mean you guys have been living together for five years you know you have a right to do whatever you live with this man. It's not nagging and you're not crazy and you're not always complaining. You just want the truth. But you're not gonna get it. He's gonna take it to the grave with his lies and defensiveness that's what he's been doing. That's all you're going to get so you know if you're really fed up and sick of it at this point and you really want the truth. I mean you got to be prepared to walk away if you're that because you're not going to get that all right. You're not gonna get that steve hiome. I don't understand the purpose of the letter. I really don't. I mean surely from your standpoint. I can understand everything you said but from my standpoint i don't even know is some stupidity in this lanta that this guy didn't capitalize on. I'm just don't understand at all. Here's a woman who has never questioned. How man's loyalty in five years. They've been together. I and she says at the top. I don't think he's ever cheated on me. We live together. I got all these passwords to his own social media accounts. I got his checking account. He's got mine too but things changed after. Kobe lockdown loosen up. And now he's trying to hang out more than usual. All that is is over. Celebrate no we've been locked up so long we just over celebrate just you know just you know little kid finally get to go outside. He won't stay out past the street lights. Now there's just one of them things Here we go so. He went out with his friends. He called me and said he got too intoxicated to drive home. He's spending neither coworkers house. I was glad he was safe. And not in suspect. Gimme thing okay. So far we work in the next morning. I called back to check on him. His phone went straight to voicemail. Deers he stupid. See he and his twenty he stupid. It went straight to voicemail when he finally got home around noon. Why is your ass out to noon. Boy you had to overnight stay you was in see was glad happy for you that you were save. Unit stretched it out to new teikyo. As how early in the morning you too much you took it damn far noone. Noone should should've been home a seven. What is your laying up there for anyway and we lay on insurance for god about two prize. We had to pay. Take your heirs. Hope you should have never been in their past seventy and amnio damn phone. But i'm gonna tell you what happened in. I got to rest every when we come back. This didn't even have to happen. You'll discipline damn shame. You mad at him. 'cause it's okay that he stayed out. Okay i'll be mad at him what you tell. You doesn't have all right all right. We'll have partout steve's response coming up at twenty three minutes after the hour subject of today's strawberry letter. He came home the next day with a clean shirt on. We'll get back into it right after this. You're listening to morning. show all right. Come on steve recap today strawberry letter. He came home the next day with a clean shirt on what this food been engaged. Woman she twenty nine dayton five years. She never thought he would cheat on. Never had any idea. They got passwords of social media account. All the checking account information. After kobe was over he loosened up. He started hanging out a little bit more over. Celebrate anyone. I want is free as and he called me said. He got too intoxicated to drive home. He said he was gonna spend the night at the co workers house then a girl said i was glad he was safe. And i didn't suspect anything. Damn dog you val. You've got to free night out. She don't suspect nothing you intoxicated. You go spend the night. That's all you needed to do. Spend the night the moment the sun come up you split. The night is over..

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"next day" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"next day" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Of. Yeah i i've the you know how many people have done that including me where y- the next day you look at your phone. Oh yeah was looking at whatever online shopping for something. I'm never going to buy even thought about before. Remember why was doing. It be stayed up.

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"next day" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"next day" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Not dripping at all kerns black and if you smell it. It smells like plastic. Snow should melt. I don't think this is now. I mean this is manufactured. Snow smell it. It smelled like burning plastic visit kennel. No keynote doesn't have plastic set. The husband is at least trying to introduce some logic. Well there is black on the snow obviously from the smoke from the candle the if you will maybe some of the smell is that not the snow. Also i'm pretty sure. Fake snow has never been made out of plastic as pestis. Yeah but platt plastic no. It's cold it's still packs like snow is still has every other characteristic of snow in that its cold it packs can read snowballs and stuff all right but we're not done yet. It's now the next day and she's back outside this time with a blow dryer dryer that she's going to try to melt the snow with and i should point out that the snow's already melting outside. You could hear it if you listen closely the video you can hear like the dripping of of water as the snow is melting off the roof or whatever so i don't know if it was plastic would melt rate okay. So but she's going to try to melt the snow with the hairdryer..

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"next day" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

07:52 min | 10 months ago

"next day" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

"Every day I wake up A. Sleep I think about being locked up. I'd be having dreams. The dreams I just picked myself being remanded they putting those tate handcuffs on me in the back room, locked me in the south and I'm doing Tom. And then he did get arrested he told WNYC reporter Jared Marcel that it was the stupidest thing he'd ever done. When ziva rearrested he'd been out for seven months. Things were a bit bumpy at first but since then he stopped smoking weed, he did a summer internship at a law firm and he a big rap competition coming. Town is. GonNa. Black actors. which me that's all just started running yesterday. Like to in the morning I was tired. Z. felt vindicated to him. These improvements showed that it wasn't him. Who was the issue was his environment. When I was locked up I was going through a lot of stuff. They thought it was just a crazy person turned up for no reason vouchers. So stressed out for not being go home from the food you eat. That I was like really turning up and you got that correctly now he I got that corrected amount of society. Now you'll see me commend anymore crowns. Finally, he could move on with his life. He was hanging out with friends and talking to girls. Z., calls himself a ladies' man. So naturally when he met a girl on facebook, he wanted to meet up with her. Z. was at home with his mom nine. Little girls started calling him. She decided she was gonna jump in a cab. From she lives in the Bronx and take the cab to my house believed deep in Queens. So that's not cheap at the very least fifty bucks but like a lot of teenagers they didn't plan very well. She had called him downstairs and he came back upstairs and told me that mommy she don't have any money. She was trying to hop out in the cabdriver locked her in. and. I just looked at him because I didn't have any money to pay for a cab I. Guess he thought he was going to get the girl out the cat that was his focus. And he got downstairs and gave the cabdriver driver to a little bit of money that he had left from what I gave him the night before. And it wasn't enough. So cab driver took his money and kept the girl and tried to pull off. So without thinking twice Z., put his hand inside his sweatshirt and pretended he had a gun the girl got out the car and the driver left. He's paying the consequences of that now. 'cause even though he didn't have a gun from just that little thing that he did him ackerman, he had a gun. Now. He's doing. A one and a third four. Seeing what he thought, he was doing the right thing at the moment he was trying to save the girl A. Kidney, problem that we ever had is him not being aware of what can happen after? The cab driver reported the incident. Two weeks later, the police showed up as he's apartment and arrested him, they searched his place and didn't find a gun. Before this incident took place. He was this close to getting his felony records sealed Z. had what's called youthful offender status. This means criminal record can be erased if you demonstrate good behavior. So, all he had to do stay out of trouble for a couple more weeks and he would have been in the clear. But. Now he's got another on the robbery charge tagged on top of that. The fact that he says he didn't actually have a gun doesn't matter simply pretending enough. Now. These locked up on rikers island again. is nothing more than an inmate ID number. So I'm going to visit him at. rikers island. He's been in now for the past. Two. Or three weeks I'd never been to records before the bus full. People trying to see their family as the bus drives us over the bridge onto the island. All you could see a massive parking lot filled with cars. rackers isn't just one jail. It's like a separate city full of prisoners. Staff. Johnny. Holy Corrections officers boarded the bus. It felt like at that moment y'all became inmates after going through several checkpoints and giant correction school bus pulled up to drivers to the different jails. Officer driving the bus the only way guy was blasting some country song about working all the moves. came. I finally made it disease jail the juvenile you. We were placed in a small room with big laughs walls so the guards could watch us. Is He was wearing a green jumpsuit that signified he was in the isolation unit. He had a smile on his face which was nice to see considering his situation. After the warm greeting it was just like. This is where we are now. Last Time I. saw you. We were in the park talking about your new school. He regretted how things played out. I was this close. He said that's the stupidest thing. I ever did. When the guards came back Z., I gave them a piece of paper with my phone number on it so he could call me. They told me they'd give it to him. They, never did. Just left a well, he got emotional. and. It was very difficult to see. Him In such A. Horrible, state of mind and. I tried to stay as positive as can and give him advice on how to deal with it but. Ultimately, I've never been to jail before I've never I've never wore handcuffs I. don't know when I was. I was like, claustrophobic legos. I couldn't wait to get out of there. You know guess what he's still in there and. It's not looking like he's getting out anytime soon. Another month passes before see again. This time in court. His lawyer got him a deal for pleading guilty and serving a minimum of twenty months. He'll be eligible for youthful offenders status again. So, it's still possible he could leave with a clean record. I. Wrote Him a letter hoping that would work to get him my phone number in one day he called alone. I've been better say what you're doing. And you know just working man know what do you mean you can ten what's going on? I gotTA ARGUMENT WITH MY MOM's earlier. He told me that commissary reward in jail commissary is everything. It's like an account where inmates can get money sent to them. Then they could buy things they need like snags, deodorant toothpaste, or thanks to pass the time like a radio. But when you get in trouble like Z. has been, they could find you and that money comes out of your account. He told me that I should get rewarded. You said you can't punish doorstop bad and that just blew my whole day I hung up on I. Ever told not again. You never again. For the rest of my best. Come on man. Kia couldn't afford to keep upping his account every time he got in trouble. I read it. I know you up man. Man I just want to keep your head up. Stay, positive I know. It's tough and all the food. There is bad. Starting to get yellow. Stuff on. Travel and stuff getting over reason the fake, the good and. Why would you? Why would you start getting tumbled again on this day and like? Go back.

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"next day" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"next day" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Thinking about the really complex operation of trying to find terrorist organizations that work in cells as opposed to mafia thugs who hide in plain sight, and that this thing is so brand scrambling that I honestly don't blame one brain Robert Muller's for being unable to get every part of it. But I do hold out hope that the counterintelligence investigation much of which is redacted here. Some of which just isn't here at all. Or isn't even hinted out here. We'll still in the hands of the FBI pull off more indictments. I think that's right. I mean, just one quick thing when you said conspire whisper together. Oh, that sounds really interesting. I just quickly looked it up because I thought spiral also respirate. And that's that's right. Yes. It's actually to breathe together. Yeah. Together. You as a it's not even to whisper the origin of the word conspiracy is to coordinate, even if it's by just body language. The literal body language of breathing is enough to be at among etymologically conspiracy. That's amazing. And that is also very much what Michael Cohen, and I still hold onto Mr. Trump speaks in code, and I understand that code. Yes. It'd been breathing together for so many. And wasn't there. A passage correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't there passage where Trump says to one of his lawyers in the instruction side. Maybe it was to Mcgann. Oh, I've never had a lawyer take notes before. I think it may have been Jamal green at Columbia who may have said this who said this is the most damning sentence in the entire report. Dental. Yeah, it speaks volumes or breeds fall about how Trump doesn't get nailed for crimes over the course of his career. And again here he doesn't have you make sure that his lawyers don't take notes he doesn't text doesn't Email is just a master at at surrounding himself with people who will follow his breathing and body language. Yes. But on obstruction. Let me say this is both how bar I think mischaracterized the obstruction. And also how Muller sets up that this mischaracterization. And this is also about Muller being a big conservative in terms of executive power. You know, I think that obstr- there are so many episodes in the in the obstruction volume that are that I think are pretty damning, and if Muller Muller should have written a sentence like, but for the oilseed policy, right or a of not indicting a sitting president. There would there was sufficient evidence here there to indict for obstruction of Justice Magna, just you look at a you look at these events whether it was firing Coney trying to fire a molecule self, and and some in context of what seemed to be pardoned dangles, it seems like Muller. I understand why Muller conclude. I'm not begrudging. Let me be clear. I think that Mahler probably made the right decision here not to hall for an indictment. But I think that this was not written clearly enough to say, this was probably criminal. I think it's explicit that Muller is inviting congress, I think he talks about he talks about the separation of powers in Congress's role. But I think that the report should have been clear about how this constitutes legal obstruction rather. A and maybe he did maybe that's maybe when you. Read the report into tally. That's the message. He conveys, but I think it should have been written more explicitly in the in the summers. Yes, it was such a roszak that it was just manfully aggressively misinterpreted and spun by bar in the introduction. So in his remarks, he said, I think in response to a question that I mean, he said in no uncertain terms when asked whether it was Justice department rags that he thinks stopped Muller from making an indictment on obstruction. And he said something I mean, I can't quote it. Exactly. But it was like Mark my words. No, it was on the merits or on the non merits of the obstruction case that he decided not to indict. And that the fact that that was so important to bar that he could office gate there because there are instances in the report that suggests that the regulations were very much on Muller's bind, and that his sense of broad executive powers and. And God bless him. You know, we've had everybody's least favourite poltergeist Ross Garber on this show. The impeachment defense attorney who I think from private conversations as politically liberal. But because he just had someone has to have their eye out for the executive branch itself is right and Ross Garber out there. I think we we love Russ he keeps us on our toes. And you know, I always call him a buzzkill because he loves when everybody's zealously gunning to show that the report should take Trump out tomorrow. He always brings in some like measured. No, not really he's a mentally interesting. And I think he clarifies thinking of lots of other people who might overreach or might not understand the long term importance of those pillars like call of towers. I think of Notre Dom that of the executive branch the still need to stand even after its desecration by Donald Trump. And Donald Trump would persuade us that, you know, top se wa it's to say Donald Trump, but it is not and there is an office of the presidency that needs to last him. And so that I think is important in that may have been on Muller's mind when he didn't indict, but what made me mad is bar saying, no he didn't indict because Trump didn't obstruct Justice conclusively didn't obstruct Justice, and and that just played right into Trump's hands. And I think was really malfeasance on bars part? Have you had a really long day at work? 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And I also want to just add that it's important for people to keep us on our toes and keep us in check think Ross does that. And I also think a lot of people have made good arguments pushing back about how to the risks of criminalising regular government business in criminalizing, president doing things that are covered by article too. But it's important that Muller did not adopt the view that bar expressed in his memo. I mean to give all our credit on the law. And and I think that this was Muller answering maybe that memo by saying congress has a role to to keep the executive branch, including the president from obstructing Justice. And and so what's true? I think what's challenging here is that Muller says that but then as unwilling to actually make those conclusions went presume. Scented with the fats lately. I think he's right on the law. I think he's also right that on the law and the politics of indicting sitting president, I think he made that right choice. But why is it that the for example in the report on page one one one two information about on the obstruction material? We know that that Trump junior lied about the meeting about the the Trump Tower meeting, and there is there's information here where the the president participate. Right. And we know in fact that the president's lawyers told Muller and is documents that Trump participated in giving in telling Don jR to lie about what the what the Trump Tower meetings about. I don't mean to give the last word to myself. But I do wanna tell you some breaking news on Twitter. Justin Miller, the national editor of the Daily Beast tweeted impeachment is embedded. Muller's report. He's not the first person say this Muller's point is we the prosecutor's office can't accuse Trump of crimes because LLC memo forbids indictment, and then the report says and this parts of verbatim only the house of representatives, quote has the authority to bring charges of criminal misconduct through impeachment. Right. So he says this is an impeachment referral if not an indictment and guess who comes in and says, this is true volume. Two is plainly an impeachment referral Ross Garber. So I'm gonna forward you that tweet we're gonna look forward to volumes three to twenty of this report, which hopefully will happen in congress and an impeachment on going to go the other way, I think it's too soon to impeach. I just we're talking about prosecutorial discretion. And being wise. I think we wanna hear from Muller live. We want the tax we want. We want subpoenas for the tax records joint Bank. It is. I think that there is more to unredacted before the house most forward with impeachment. Now, I think it goes the other way who wants to agree on everything. I am glad to hear you say that judge shook him in as a professor at Fordham law school with a Yale J D N P H D. He writes frequently for slate on legal matters. Thanks very much for being here, dead Virginia. And that's it for today's show. Tell us what you think let's make some Twitter threads together. I'm page eight the show is at real

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"next day" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

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"At Trump, cast dot Robin, Hood dot com. There are certain and I wonder about this, and I don't wanna break your stride. But there are certain moments where you can almost imagine a conflict, and and there's some other evidence that there might be some conflict there where there's a discussion about can we say Kalinic is a spy, well, an English and American common law. You have to be very careful about saying that, but in common parlance, we always hear once KGB always KGB that the oligarchy don't do anything without Putin that promotion Putin's chef is essentially an agent of the Russian government. But all those things there's a certain decorous nece to Muller about making these calls that people, you know, and you don't have to be favor of center. Lewis Mench to connect these dots. These are the kinds of things that we've known about how Russia works all the time. I mean anyway, and then the second is great example of that is Michael coach. A-and saying he in in many places that he was directed to lie by Donald Trump. And then clarifying that before congress to say he doesn't say soldier you now must lie. What Trump does speak in some kind of code like an extraordinary. You know, like, this is the way it happened. Right, Mike, and you know, and yet Muller demure there, and we'll not consider that subornation of perjury because he's imagining a room of gentlemen, where if you're asked to lie it looks much more like Haldeman, a Nixon talking even though that had its own vagueness. But I then it does you know, like Sammy the bull. Von oh, talking like, you know. So I think that's very interesting to that. I sort of can imagine some of the lawyers in the room, and if you think about the people who talked to BuzzFeed their sources, they purport to be close to SE I've seen nothing to suggest that they're not. But. They say that they are with Cohen that this was being directed to lie where other people who've worked less with the mob, or who, you know, who who have a different standard for that will refuse to call that subornation of perjury. And I just think that's very interesting that there are these kind of competing idioms, you know, it's almost like revolutionary war soldiers wanting to sort of behave with certain standards of or you know, English soldiers fighting a jungle army that league, you know, wait, but we we don't eat our dogs, and we don't, and we tend to the battle wounded on the other side, and you know, and and then the Trump type they're just like what are you talking about? We didn't he say something like fuck shit up or like make shit happen. Like, he's he's just playing a very different game and talking in this Dougie way. Anyway, I feel that conflict and the report, and you feel Muller doing what you say being conservative at least conservative small see I'm not going to call that a crime. Because we didn't hear Manafort say to Putin himself. Let's conspire. Yes. And there are other legal commentators. There's a Paul shame has Ryan also said that Muller described coordination under campaign finance law incorrectly. And you don't need a either explicit or implicit agreement for something to be coordinated. In fact, if you require that congress said that would be getting too much of a loophole for people to get out to get out from under coordination inconvenient loosely coordinated by but context and not by implicit or explicit agreement. So that seems to be a mistake to given that campaign finance questions are part of this criminal conspiracy acts of foreign let me also say I agree with the Muller conclusion that simply meeting rush meeting foreign foreign officials are foreigners and having conversations with them that cannot be criminal where we cannot call. That receiving something of value is simply talking to or meeting with vessel sky rights, when I think is very important that we knowledge that we shouldn't turn campaign finance law into something that would put it chilling effect on the first amendment. Nevertheless, I think it's important to distinguish between that correct interpretation of campaign finance law. And what seems to be an incorrect interpretation of campaign finance law. When there is a when there's coordination requiring such a such a court requiring such an agreement. And I think that's what I was talking about before also see Kevin kit spiracy and Rica's are by nature. I think conspiracy means whisper together that these are not handshake contract deals and for the prosecutors in the room in the special counsel's office who were accustomed to dealing with the mafia. I mean, I don't know what I keep thinking about with Mahler is that he turn. Turned the FBI into a counterintelligence operation after nine eleven and that he's probably still fighting the last war. It's just human nature and counterintelligence probably interests him more than the criminal stuff. And he's used to thinking

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06:17 min | 2 years ago

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"Because they had evidence her lying, not the, you know, malfeasance stocks shenanigans themselves, but the lying and that brings us to obstruction. If I recall correctly, Martha Stewart was indicted for obstruction, even without any evidence of underlying cry. Yes. Yes. So so let's just let's pause there. This entire idea that ball has presented on. And that is an that shapes them all report is that you you that you don't bring an obstruction indictment unless you find evidence of an underlying crime is wrong. And Martha Stewart's case, you know, she Martha Stewart might have something to say about that in her experience. So as actually opposite, right? The fact that is not that the lack of underlying crime means that there's no obstruction. It goes the other way, it's the facts. Of obstruction mean, you can't really say much with confidence about whether or not there was an underlying crime. But before we get obstruction. I do want to highlight one other air, I think that Muller understates the evidence that he shows the world about Manafort and gates, and what they knew about Kalinic jazz slightly just let me just highlight this, it's really important. What we now see in? This report is that is that metaphor and gates knew that clinic was a Russian spy gates tells Manafort, it's not just the clinic is connected to der pasta and and Ukraine. It's the report tells us that gates tells Manafort come onto Kalinic's Russian spy, that's that's Aries. But but and gates was also supremely good cooperating witness with Mahler. So there's no there's no doubt that when he's I mean, he gives up a lot. Let's just put it that way. I mean, let's pause there for a second Muller is right to understand that the challenges of relying on gates for an indictment. We know that in van affords trial and eastern institute Virginia the jury when the jury talked afterward. They have had doubts about gates without corroborating testimony from others. It's very hard to rely on gates himself on the other is right. So I understand why you wouldn't wanna bring a criminal prosecution based solely on gates his testimony. I think that's that's reasonable. But on the specific question about whether Columbia was a Russian spy. You don't have to you. Don't need twelve. Witnesses to tell you that. This guy is connect a former wanted just simply has to look up calumniates background to be to show you that. That's not a not a tremendous leap from the. Facts and that, but here's the key detail that we learn as we learned that gates and metaphor were regularly giving Kalinic internal polling data, not not just sharing the CNN big. They were sharing internal polling data for months with Kalinic. And then on August second. We know in this report that metaphor gives Kalinic seventy something pages, including not just internal polling, but data fighing Wisconsin, Michigan has Vania and Minnesota as the target states. It wasn't tripwires for anyone who lived through the twentieth. Sixteen election because of course, three of the four the states decided the election for was closer than it ever was before. So here's where I have concerns about the way that Mahler wrote this report Muller than goes into detail about that Manafort gates about their about their motives, and he says, well, they might have been motivated by the campaign more the might have been motivated by getting in the good graces with dare POSCO, given that they were legal issues, etc. Our those two things different. How do you get into is the is that it was it was the polling data showing that metaphor? It was a really good. Pollster or that he was good at creating graphics of the of sharing the internal polls with Kalinic was related to that campaign and to show that the campaign was close, and it would have been at least maybe not beyond a reasonable doubt. But certainly beyond probable cause clinic was a spy, and if you knew that all around the summer of two thousand sixteen that Russians were you've been in a meeting and Trump Tower with Russians telling you that they had dirt. And then you give them polling data and identify which target states might be important. I mean, come on that that might not be beyond a reasonable doubt. But that is enough to highlight in a two to not include the sense that there was that they could not establish that there was a that. There was a conspiracy between row between Trump campaign officials and Russia again, just like you said before you don't need Manafort to have a one on one meeting with Putin to establish spiracy. There are go-betweens and a conspiracy often works with indirect contacts. I think that moment Muller should have framed it and put it in the executive summary as something to identify for congress right to to make the public see that as opposed to trying to find that on page one fifty five around all these other reductions. Comcast is brought to you by Robin Hood an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and cryptos all commission free. Well, other brokerages charge up to ten dollars for every trade, Robin Hood doesn't charge any commission fees. See you can trade stocks and keep all of your profits. Plus, there's no account minimum deposit to get started. So you can start investing at any level. The simple intuitive design of robinhood mix investing, easy for newcomers and experts alike view, easy to understand charts and market data and place a trade and just four taps on your smartphone. 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14:24 min | 2 years ago

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"To let me let me dig down just a little bit on this question. Please in volume two on page eighteen there isn't everyone have their hymnals open will pause if you're playing at home, go to your PDF, you can search for this passage but first of all half of its blackout. Yeah. Several people have highlighted first of all that Trump says that he knew that they were upcoming leaks coming from from WikiLeaks. That's that's one point MARCY Wheeler. As also suggested that this is this passage helps us see that in the stone indictment. There was this phrase that a senior campaign official quote was directed to reach out to stone about the upcoming WikiLeaks and that all happens around this time. So just this period of time is a mid July twenty second there's a massive WikiLeaks dump? Five days later, Trump gets up and says rush if you're listening, it appears from what's not redacted that in this timeframe Trump knows that there is that there is more coming from what you. So the so that one question is did Trump. No this from public bragging by Julian Assange, maybe, but but it's not just any bragging, it would have to have been bragging in this very short window. And I I haven't done this research, but it would have to be between July twenty second July twenty seventh. Otherwise, one is left to wonder if this is why this is Trump who asked metaphors to be in touch with stone to be in touch with Assange. Okay. Let me be clear that is if that is what happens, and if this is under black redaction that this is what happened. This isn't least sufficient probable cause that the Trump was engaging in back channels of back and forth with conduits to coordinate the the release of material and then to then to go up in front of camera. And give speeches about about this. It's it's crazy that he did it. Distant that. We saw it. But it is exactly the timeframe that is about Russian context. And so one other to mention is this also ties back to the Trump Tower meeting in June. We need we don't need a smoking gun or a text message to tell us that when Don jR, sets up that needing a where he knows where he says, you know, where he's warrant. We was told he's gonna get dirt. And he says if if this is what you say, it is I love it yet an hour later from that meeting being set up Trump gives a speech saying I'm going to give a big speech next week about Hillary Clinton is with it was all of that context. I think it's I think Robert Muller's report should have connected those dots. And instead we we have been in the executive summary that Janet Zaqueu summary to lay that out and they failed to do that. Now. One more caveat Virginia. Please. On in volume one pages. Fifty one to fifty six much of those pages are completely are are are mostly redacted some of inches are almost completely rejected. So at least to give Mahler a little bit more latitude, maybe we should wait to find out either. What those what once on those precise pages about WikiLeaks? And Roger stone. It's understandable that they may have been redacted given the what we know about the heart to to matters under investigation. Now, we all should wait for Muller to be subpoenaed and testify, but I think this day j-, I think that was an air. So that's just so that just answers. That's that's part of my concern about what Muller's what Muller didn't do in the Russia volume said, this is that when you mentioned these redacted passages they're mostly that phrase that we now now it's like in Watergate times, expletive deleted was the phrase on. Everybody's lips. Now, the phrases H M harm to ongoing matter which I think was was was trending as a term yesterday. So the passage is you're talking about just let me understand the reason they're redacted is that they to reveal it would be to reveal part of an ongoing investigation rather than say damage to Trump's reputation or grand jury testimony or some of the other reasons that things are redacted. That's exactly right. I think if we had to separate of the four reasons, we know. Yeah. Two of them are we should give a lot of credibility. We should we should treat as valid. Yeah. When they when they rejected for haunch, ongoing matter or for protecting sources and methods those two reasons, and that's a lot of what is redacted. Yes. It is valid to say an end to end to give a and as a reluctant to say this. But I think we should give bar the benefit of the doubt at this stage. On those reductions, I have more concern. About the redacting for grand jury because balked that have gone to bar. I think he's was doing his job. He would've asked for those. If Muller put that in his report. Comfortable with with with making it public. I think and the second and the other thing that I think is dubious is the reputational kinds of concerns. But I don't think he cited that I think in the N T agreed not to use that kind of reduction. But you know, I agree with you that unless proven otherwise the reductions seem on the up and up, but I also agree with you that whatever's under those reductions the conclusions. What could have been in the executive summaries that you point out don't quite seem to track. I mean, it's very unlikely that what's under the reductions as exonerating, but it does seem like there must be a line or two to justify the conclusions. You know, it's like a geometric proof where you're missing a couple of lines or something and end doesn't quite add up. And if you wanted to summarize them, and you knew that they might be redacted. I think that the executive summary should've been been written away that would have made the redaction completely. Right. You could still it's a report about Trump. You could scribe circumstances and executive summary lighting up the the story, I just laid out that yet Aaron of of basically that narrative is Trump. No, having having sufficient reason to know that WikiLeaks was connected to Russia hacking because of the Trump Tower because of the June meeting, and because of of what's already in Muller's indictments Ma mothers indictments in the in the criminal information lay out a timeline where Trump says X, and then Russian hackers immediately afterwards do why and then DC leaks drops drops when they hacked that. You don't you don't have to mention Roger stone to summarize or or anything. Roger stone's said or anything in a grand jury to summarize that basic. Conspiracy. Yeah. And other people I mean, you most studiously, but also as you say MARCY Wheeler and Parker Malloy have pointed out that the WikiLeaks part of this in some ways as most concerning because we know, and we knew going in that conversation between Donald Trump for Paul Manafort and for Gujing at the IRA was unlikely to have happened. You know, something about how we're how you're going to see various memes. I mean, they they'd been IRA in particular had been had agents here since since two thousand fourteen and it wasn't until twenty sixteen that they were really gunning for Trump. So I don't think anybody saw the IRA indictments and said, well, you know, one thing we know is that Mike Flynn was always in close touch with Putin's chef running, you know, the IRA. So that's one thing and then as for GRU conversation. So this is military Russian military intelligence. It also seemed unlikely that Don June. Was talking to the highest levels of the F SP or the Jerry you and sorting out. Exactly. From the beginning in advance how to hack both the DNC and the RNC we have to remember they they hacked both of them. But only released the results the DNC hacks. So it comes down to the publication right of this stuff. There were other efforts to solicit hacking. Well, I should say goose for right is an is Gustav for considered a publishing force or kind of persona. You know, they said or is he himself doing the hacking? Or does it matter? I think this is the question to for Julian Assange, right? I mean, there's also raises I think going back to the legal standard. I think all all the questions you're asking. Or why a prosecutor would wisely not bring an indictment because I think there's a lot of there is some gray area about the legal definitions of these different entities. There's also a enough reasonable doubt about, you know, the facts, and maybe the mental element of what was going on here. But that's very different from running report for congress in the public when this is about know. You know, we we talked the last time we talked you. And I for the podcast, I taught we talked about how Muller seems to be writing not just a prosecutorial document. But also a counter intelligence documents. Yes. And I think that I think there's some some audience confusion in this document because it is often written as if it were a counterintelligence documents about Russia. But then when it comes to evidence sufficient to establish extra why it uses the criminal prosecution standard, and I think that's we would not want our national security apparatus to only act if they have a they if if they're convinced beyond a reasonable doubt, we want them to act because things are likely I remember the dread Colin Powell sang you act when you have between thirty percent and sixty percent of the information it very far between very far from beyond a reasonable doubt. Which would be something like ninety five percent of you. But an. Number on it. So what he said is if you have thirty percent of the information, and please listeners jed don't think about WMD's here. If you have only thirty percent of information if you have thirty percent of information, you know, that's enough. If you have less it's too little, but if you have sixty if you've more than sixty you've waited too long and with national security, you know, I mean, it's more like medicine than like a courtroom. You don't want the patient to die. And so if there's a decent chance that there's a cancer there you proceed as if there is and that I think you're you're really right to point out and clarify for me. Anyway, the difference between a CI investigation and a criminal investigation at the same time the ninety five percent beyond a reasonable doubt. Whatever it is standard is a weird one to talk about friends Dighton. That's right. Like, if I if I have plenty of circumstantial evidence that someone's dealing heroin. I you know, I can get a subpoena for. Warrant I can I can indict I'm not convicting, of course, you're not convicting on a standard below reasonable doubt. But but but but, but that's preponderance of the evidence, right, but okay. So that's right. Explain this to me because this is hard for me. So this is a lot of time trying to think through this about what is the right standard. Because I also am troubled about the mismatch. I personally feel about mass incarceration on the one hand prosecutorial overreaching in our system, generally. And then what we have in our white collar world of after the two thousand eight great recession where no one gets indicted. Yes. Well, who had nothing to really do it that episode during the Obama administration? So but let me take a step back. I think it's important that I'm not saying that you could only indict if you know that you've got proof beyond a reasonable doubt. At ninety five percent. Also think it's a mistake to say that whenever a prosecutor thinks that there's probable cause they should always indict recommend indictments that number that you gave between Colin Powell between thirty and sixty. Yeah. The acting sort of that's a window around, you know, more likely than not that. I think there's also a window for prosecutors it they shouldn't be acting ju they shouldn't be indicting people and overcharging just when they get to fifty one percent. So it was something like let's say it convicted jury convicts at ninety five percent. Prosecutors should be an -ticipant adding that once they if they're able to then get more evidence that get to ninety five but the God he's starting around seventy to eighty they they can get. Treatment at fifty one. But should they they can get a warrant at fifty one. But a warrant is not putting someone into the grinder of our legal system. So I wish we had a work consistent approach across crimes I wish that with mass incarceration prosecutor on with you know, with everyday people that prosecutors had this ethical stance. I concern they don't have concern with white collar crime. Prosecutors take into account that with the best lawyers in the opposite side. They're they're fearful of losing this is, you know, this is the Jesse is a great book about about Kony himself in the southern district chicken shit club. Yeah. You know, about the reluctance to bring white-collar crimes, I think in this case that window is fair to high to just bring an indictment of against the president United States. So so let me that actually that's a segue to the obstruction question. Thinking about that is statically. I was thinking about combs book where he says, you know, they brought the Martha Stewart case, unlike the ones they avoided like chicken shits because

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06:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Helped me by showing me what to skip. Yes. Says this is less relevant than other stuff and my brain just. Did that automatically as I processed it because it was blacked out. In fact, it might be more important. Well, that's is obviously I mean precisely now that I've had a chance to go back and reread between the things that I were there hints that I and other people's whose picked up on that are not blacked out. Then I go back as when I went back this morning to go back and check it. I'm now struck by how much significant stuff might be under those reductions. Okay. So you said something to me DM's that I'm gonna make public without your permission. Which is we're feeling yesterday critical of Robert Muller. I mean that is almost been heresy till now since we've made him our great hope all this time and with so much ink spilled about his integrity and his conscientiousness and his military discipline. But it wasn't just bar who to some extent. Disappointed us yesterday. There was something even in the report the things that left out the refusal to commit to further indictments, the general conservatism of it. That was frustrating. Yes, let's go there. Robert Muller, maybe small c conservative and maybe big seek conservative. Now just yesterday with I was talking to Dalia. And I said I wanted to fend something by Muller. I I I think there's a lot of second guessing about not getting a live not getting live testimony from from Donald Trump. And I think that still we have to put that in context. It would have delayed things it who knows how that might have triggered we now know from this actual document on obstruction that Trump already did try to fire him once. So so let me set I want to say that I still think there's many many choices that are. I think understandable and hard to question in hindsight. But let me highlight some things that I think are are troubling about the way that Muller handled. Both the rip the Russian contacts question and the obstruction question civilized games one and two volumes one and two. Okay. Let me highlight on the Russian question. I think that. There were there were spots where the the questions were understated and buried and also there's a lack of clarity from the beginning about what standard Muller was using. Let me emphasise is that at the very end of the document at the end of all in one. When when when team Muller has to come back in and decide whether to indict on several key moments like the June, Trump Tower meeting and other kinds of key potential conspiratorial moments. The team uses that the the standard of proving beyond a reasonable doubt these ten times. But he, but here's here's my concern. They used it ten times about specific questions. And I'm really surprised that when they wrote these documents they didn't highlight their legal standards at the place where every when when you read a supreme court opinion, or horrid appeals opinion or legal documents. The writers. Plane what their legal standard is from the beginning. And I think it's easy to lose sight. Because of how frankly this is this is a mistake in the way by not stating clearly from the outset which what what I think is implicit at the end that the that team Muller used a standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. That first of all doesn't set this report clearly to the public about about the the fact that they were using a high standard for criminal prosecution. And it's the correct let me say, I think that's also right? I think as more prosecutors should take into account the importance of not indicting people unless they think that there is sufficient evidence to get a conviction. But what this does for the public is that it is confusing about when it also allows bar to say in his letter. The the the special counsel's office did not establish a criminal rush criminal conspiracy with Russia that gave bar enough room to use that phrase do not did not establish without articulating what the standard was. And I think that the that Muller's team in some ways accidentally or accidentally enable bar to do that. And wrote this report on clearly from that from that point. That's so that's one big picture. Yep. Second big picture points. I think that it was an error to use that language about not establishing when I think that the evidence they showed in the Russia report does establish by by another standard by a preponderance of the evidence that was a criminal conspiracy involving Donald Trump himself. So again, I understand why they didn't indict. But when you're writing a document, I think many people have talked about that this document is different audiences document about whether to indict, but also a document explicitly addressed, a congress this I the team should have looked at a we now know where a series of events that in context show that Trump was essentially soliciting a foreign campaign contribution was arguably soliciting hacking in broad daylight. So part of this is also I don't want to overuse this phrase gas lighting. But I think it's a different thing. I think the cognitive dissonance. When you when you hear the word conspiracy, you expect it to be behind the scenes caught on tape in the Oval Office right and revealed after as the Gatien. In context with this report. Plus what we already saw with their own eyes. When Trump gets up and says Russia, if you're listening go find Hillary's that was first of all it was dissonant to see that in broad daylight. But I want highlight how this report gives us more context about why that really was a potentially a criminal conspiracy. And specifically what it what we see in volume to

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06:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Muller the special prosecutor made very clear that he couldn't reach a determination on obstruction of Justice, basically because the Justice department guidelines which didn't allow them to do that. But that he laid it out for congress for congress to do not to the Torney general aggregating to himself the power to. Bipartisan members of congress made it clear that they had lost confidence in director Komen in most importantly, the rank and file of the FBI had lost confidence in their director. They're having a good day. I'm having a good take you who called no collusion. No obstruction. Hello and welcome to Trump cast. I'm Virginia have rated. I am tired this finals week sucks. I've sick on jolt cola and Robert reds are actually someone said it should be red bull and jewel to keep up with the young 's. So anyway, I'm sick on red bull and jewel whenever that is from staying up all night reading this damn Muller report on the other hand, I can't stop laughing at goose for twos, prose style. I mean, it's in the report, and that guy goose for is kind of a genius of the language. So before my guest jed sugarman comes onto discuss the serious details and consequences of the mullahs report and bars failed effort to misleadingly frame it. I'm gonna do something totally trivial. My Gustav for two impression. No Russian accent though since it's just taxed now, you're all disappointed. Anyway, here's my good Sopher. Hi, Dr do you want some dirt on blood sadist Hillary if you do right back? It is utmost pleasure. To serve beloved boss fifty fifth fifth day. Also, this will be so fun grabber by the pussy. She as Neil lip sadist. Thank you Julianne. You are hot. Okay. No one. Does it better than I do my goose affirm Prussian joining me on the line is slate favorite judge sugarman. He's a professor at Fordham law school. He's a Yale JD end. He's got a PHD in history. He writes frequently for slate on legal matters. I'll be back with jed in just a minute. But first we have a new sponsor on Trump cast today. It's a pharmaceutical brand that might be of interest to one listener in particular. It's more common than you might think. Lady Justice is looking good. She's coming at you fast. You feel that old yields start to rise? But you can't do anything about it. Many men over the age of fifty experience obstruc dial dysfunction OD's a condition where then find it hard to obstruct Justice because the people under them simply won't follow orders. Have you been in a situation where you had every intention to commit obstruction? But no one was willing to go to jail for you. Maybe it's time. You ask your doctor about obstruct Zia obstruct Zia is a drug that inspires loyalty and blinds attorneys and advisors to the risks. You're asking them to undertake if you've experienced more than ten episodes of attempted obstruction obstruc Zia might be right for you before you know, it you'll be actually affecting the investigation instead of ranting and raving about wanting a ROY Cohn in your life. Zia? Isn't it time? You turned your hostile intent into actual prosecutable action obstructs he has not for everyone. Some patients reported everyone around them going to jail certain men under fifty might be too dumb to obstruct ask your doctor. If your conscience is flawed enough for criminal activity and call your physician if an obstruction lasts longer than four hours. Jed welcome back to Trump cast. Back Virginia before we get into the details. I want just a little context for yesterday yesterday. The beginning was the thing where you Stu and Trump times, which was a spectacle, a press conference call we all had to tune in. As if for the moon landing to see bar knew what most of us knew he would do which is a and manipulate the information we were about to get in the form of the Muller report. Most of us that set our expectations low. I know I had I actually deliberately did a process of as I went to bed the night before of thinking this is not anything like Christmas morning. This is going to be a disappointment. This is going to be like the bar letter or like the Cavanaugh confirmation. It's just about to happen, and I need to relax into it. But then the second half of the day or even more than a half was spent reading this massive document and those of us who've cortisol levels are spike twos. Attention spans have been high. Jacked by the new cycle poisoning had to slow way way down. And I have to just ask you straight up. Did you finish it? Finished it by some version of reading skimming and then going back to see what later on what other commentators spotted. That that was my and and then going back and reading more closely the the spots where I realized I had I had been redact lighted or something. That was such a good point you made it both of us did did PHD's for what they're worth, and and spent a long time reading in graduate school, and you have this great point because as readers, you feel like a burden has been lifted when you come across a black page. You don't have to read. Right. Mom, I think people who spend a lot of time reading big documents in short periods of time. Whether that's for a history or a humanities or as lawyers. Yeah, we all get can we all get trained to try and figure out what to re closely, and what to skim and this had the warped effects of going and seeing so many blackout pages. I mean on the one hand my first reaction yesterday. I said this to lift wig, and this this was less redacted than I expected, and that was also part of the gas lighting or part of the bar expectation setting talked about redaction so much. I think we were all conditioned to expect a lot of reductions, and that the problem is that when you get those reductions on this point, you get trained in the rest of your life to say, oh, this this writer helped

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

"next day" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"It's not just de ram. It can perform lake Darom, but it's got persistence in it. So you're putting persistent memory technology in the Dem's lot, which means you have faster access to that data in perpetuity. So faster restarts you can also do larger in memory databases and it's perfect for the SAP platform. And that's why we partner together. So when we release those technologies, Google also release. New services that are built on this technology that sound pretty amazing. It does. Is there any specific services right now that are on the road map? Well, they're going to be releasing it. They're gonna nounce it by the end of the year, they'll go into alpha on this service, but because it is a little, we haven't announced the technology and it is a little bit out in time. The details are kind of saving for the big release. The big reveal later this year. Children of any resources are places that people could find more information. Yeah. So in the blog that Google released yesterday talking about this new service, there's a link that you can register, and they'll give you more information about the service and availability when it's ready. Great in the shirts. Okay, cool. Before we run away, like what's been the most amazing thing that you've seen so far? What's your interest peaked? I think just the growth of this conference. It's just amazing comeback and just say, I think there's over twenty five thousand people here. I feel like it's taking over San Francisco. And the reason I keep hearing I keep hearing conversations or seeing an in tweets, it's because it's geeky conference. They get really into the details of what the technology is the change their driving. They have incredible demonstrations of, I mean, I was just watching Google mail. Self composed and re re check grammar. I need that now sort of those simple things that aren't very simple to create to the power of AI and Diane green talking about how it's the number one. Farm in healthcare and just the winds that they're getting. So it's just that growth. Everybody knows Google globally search, but really watching the power of the g. suite and the Google cloud platform take off is impressive. Greats will thank you for joining us today. We really appreciate it as a lot of things everybody for coming out in chatting with us is a good start to next our first day out. And yeah, we're looking forward to next day to day to. Yes, so make sure to tune in tomorrow. We'll have more interviews with people on the floor. Sounds good. CNN artsy Artsy then. then.

Google lake Darom San Francisco partner CNN Diane green
"next day" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"next day" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"It's not just de ram. It can perform lake Darom, but it's got persistence in it. So you're putting persistent memory technology in the Dem's lot, which means you have faster access to that data in perpetuity. So faster restarts you can also do larger in memory databases and it's perfect for the SAP platform. And that's why we partner together. So when we release those technologies, Google also release. New services that are built on this technology that sound pretty amazing. It does. Is there any specific services right now that are on the road map? Well, they're going to be releasing it. They're gonna nounce it by the end of the year, they'll go into alpha on this service, but because it is a little, we haven't announced the technology and it is a little bit out in time. The details are kind of saving for the big release. The big reveal later this year. Children of any resources are places that people could find more information. Yeah. So in the blog that Google released yesterday talking about this new service, there's a link that you can register, and they'll give you more information about the service and availability when it's ready. Great in the shirts. Okay, cool. Before we run away, like what's been the most amazing thing that you've seen so far? What's your interest peaked? I think just the growth of this conference. It's just amazing comeback and just say, I think there's over twenty five thousand people here. I feel like it's taking over San Francisco. And the reason I keep hearing I keep hearing conversations or seeing an in tweets, it's because it's geeky conference. They get really into the details of what the technology is the change their driving. They have incredible demonstrations of, I mean, I was just watching Google mail. Self composed and re re check grammar. I need that now sort of those simple things that aren't very simple to create to the power of AI and Diane green talking about how it's the number one. Farm in healthcare and just the winds that they're getting. So it's just that growth. Everybody knows Google globally search, but really watching the power of the g. suite and the Google cloud platform take off is impressive. Greats will thank you for joining us today. We really appreciate it as a lot of things everybody for coming out in chatting with us is a good start to next our first day out. And yeah, we're looking forward to next day to day to. Yes, so make sure to tune in tomorrow. We'll have more interviews with people on the floor. Sounds good. CNN artsy Artsy then. then.

Google lake Darom San Francisco partner CNN Diane green