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"ownby" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

"That's funny for reasons. I'm not gonna get into right now. Hitching up the buggy chairman. Lots of butter raise the born on sundays. Nobody but But yeah so like like realistically like you grew up in a different time. So it's not like there was. Oh like a heavy internet for you to use internet. I mean like where it was just like. Oh well i don't have time for this video game Because you know. I gotta go on youtube and see the new pupae video or i you know i got a fucking check facebook or i have to do this that and the other so i know i mean for me. I started gaming in the mid to late eighties in even into the early nineties The more heavily when you were a kid where you brandon when you were a kid where you brand loyal. Did you only have like nintendo products or did you also have other stuff. I only had nintendo but that was just because that's all my parents got me I was not necessarily brand loyal As brand loyal by force. I guess you could say and then i finally got secca And that pretty much went all the fucking window so hey then it was just like giving me everything you got so i started off with a standard intendo entertainment system as i as i didn't that died so my parents got me a second genesis after that then it was done. It was the only reason they got me a second genesis because they were able to get it for like super cheap after that. Then they got me an n. Sixty four. I got my first end. Sixty four win. Like i would say when the ps to had come out See i went from nintendo to. I can't remember if it will. Super nintendo ben sega or vice versa. And then to insecure four and so on and so forth so i never like i was never really like a hardcore gamer. Like my whole thing was like when i would play a game. I would usually play it on either easy or normal mode. If it didn't have a difficulty it would probably get too hard for me at some point and i would probably drop it. You quit and luckily nowadays with a lot of games. They have an option. The you can do that. We didn't have back in the day. Which is now you can rage save game. And then no but i mean there was a lot of games back in the day that if they were too hard and rage inducing if they just pissed you off enough you'd rage quit and then you realized about five to ten minutes later. Oh shit now. I gotta start from the book getting next time. Well and it's not even like like that's the thing that's that's one of the. That's one of the the best things about this dana ages because realistically like you have the ability to save your game when you're pissed off or like most of the time you don't even have to make that decision because it's just auto saving every five minutes. Yeah i think one of the first times that i was able to actually save game would probably have either been missed or maybe mad dog in crete. Okay which really wasn't wasn't all that hard it was just touchy as shift well and that would be you know if you didn't click. The right spot acted as if no you didn't talk and fire a damn thing not only after we start over you factor in this so like mad dog macri pretty all light shooter games like that. They're not in the same area as something like doom is new because mad dog macree. Is you know it's all hit scanning so like provided that. The person onscreen has like shot. You're getting hit. Yes not like doom where it's just like. Oh they're shooting at me and like granted you got some hit scanners doom obviously because otherwise there would be no challenge to doom and realistically reaction. Time wouldn't necessarily need to play a factor yet like with doom. You had like people that enemies that shoot projectiles so like your resonance and stuff like that will shoot like homing missiles at you or your like the mc with their fireballs the stuff that you can dodge. Yeah pretty much You know looking back at it. I will say. I wonder about my mental stability. When the very first time. I played mad dog macree. It was actually at an arcade. I wanna say at the mall of america. And i put so many dollars worth of quarters in that fucking game because i kept dying. I don't know what caused me to see it later. On at a video game store and go. I think i'm gonna buy that some bitch. I knew what was coming for me. I knew the kind of letdown. That i would experience time and time and time and time metarum again and yet it seemed like a good idea of fucking by that best for thirty or forty bucks. Well okay obviously i. Obviously i was either. I had a vendetta against the game. Or i was just stupid. Potato potato might have been a little bit of both call. Make ownby all right. So here's my here's here's my question though Do you think they specify. Because obviously there's a way to beat mad dog macree obviously. Yeah there's a way to be any game it's just a matter of stumbling upon it but like my main thing is you have to factor in intentional versus unintentional difficulty. Yeah so i think that that had an unintentional difficulty. Koop told well. I mean realistically that one much like most video games has to depend on you as a person and what your reaction time is but okay so the difficulty of something like dark souls is around like the fact that certain characters have a difficulty level that has their hit points and everything like that but those but that difficulty is the same throughout. It's just that you're starting out as a level one or something. Yeah and much like most. Rpg's it's you know it's a situation of you gotta build your stats up in order to to essentially face the challenge and do the damages and then you have to like. It's almost like resource management. So it's like you have to figure out okay. So i have x. Amount of souls can bring my attacks up But realistically if i play style is more of a perry you know like dodge and then strike move instead of just full-frontal assault. Then that's what i need to do. I need a buffet. My defense i you know i would say actually in many ways at.

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"ownby" Discussed on Navy Sports Central

Navy Sports Central

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Navy Sports Central

"All right. Thanks for hanging in with us. everyone It's time for our question of the day but before we get to it. I wanted to review the responses. From the one. I put out in our last episode. So here it is. If you're a call. I asked if i set the number of wins for the navy football team this year at six and a half. Are you taking the over. Or the under. And i will say that we had a bunch of people get back to us on this one I said i would read the names of everyone who took part in the poll. And i've definitely honor that. But i think for future questions given the high number this time around if this keeps up i think i'm just gonna go with reading up to five comments that really get my attention so with that being said. Here's everyone who went with the over and there were total of. I think thirty six people altogether. So kevin hayes. Paul gary ski. Brian merrin brian butler jeremiah. Macaroni kyle. Sikanda tom campbell. Megan scrivener tom. Mcmenemy andrew hamby might gibson bill brenner. i've got lisa lisa here William bailey tom mortenson kurt mcclurg low crow lee reinhard chris warren Jared gibbs john ownby jeff marine and jeff i apologize. That could be marine. Just wanted to you know. Put both pronunciations in their nydia. White men lee baker. Michael davis michael read. Nick diario keith. Boring bill brown michael clark. Martin co nine mike. Hagan james latent steve mckinney rennell bone and romeo read. So like i said. I think about thirty six people altogether Went with the over on that. As i could tell over half the respondents did vote before the marshall game with the rest deciding sometime between That one and the mid game this past saturday against air force next we have those who went with the under and those were paul bar. Brian good road. Jane sable Melanie who loves her dog. Otherwise known as melanie dougherty john cable. Charles spiker chris. Mcphail gary brent. Dick wilcox jeff johnson. Tracy clark david tyler jeff pence. Tom nicholas td smyers. Patrick gabriel and james kenneally So there's a total of seventeen or eighteen in that group I think we can all agree that the over is going to be super hard. It would mean the mid winning seven of the remaining ten games and that includes playing two teams currently ranked in the top fifteen Right now notre dame is ranked twelfth and cincinnati is ranked eighth. I'm not saying it can't happen but realistically that's going to be a real reach. I'd love to be wrong though. So who okay. Time for this week's question. This is simple. yes or no win or lose. Do you think the mid rushing attack will produce more than three hundred yards against houston Just as some background navy had three hundred over three hundred thirty yards against marshall but air force held them to thirty-six net yards on the ground. Which is about as bad as it gets so Three hundred yards would indicate that the rushing attack is getting there now of course the big question is do they convert in the red zone. Because that's going to be the big difference maker In any case. That's what i kind of wanted to focus on instead of just wins and losses right now because like i said i think they could be pretty tough to come by at least over the next few games. Okay we are in the home stretch here. So let's go ahead and push on through to our mid watch segment in our episode from a couple of weeks ago. We named the two athletes who focusing on in the fall and they were. Avery stole from the volleyball. Team and ashwin briggs from the Men's cross country team. We heard how the volleyball team finished up their non conference schedule and i think they've been really battle-tested as they get ready to start their patriot league scheduled this upcoming weekend. Every still has been a consistent performer over the first nine matches. She is second on the team and killed seventy six which puts her three behind team leader. Jamie llewellyn stole is also second on the team in points with ninety two and a half entitled third in service aces with six on defense as senior from your belinda. California is also one of the keys to the team's success. She ranks third and blocked with nineteen and she's also got thirty digs which is good for second among navies hitters. So as you can see still is right up there with the team leaders. In some pretty critical offensive and defensive categories that patriot league scheduled will be tough and having someone like her out there on. The court is got to be pretty reassuring. I always hear that term glue guy in sports these days. And that's kinda how i view her. She's definitely one of those players that helps keep a team together. And by the way. When i'm in annapolis over the columbus day weekend the meds will be playing two matches at wesley brownfield house and i plan to be there at both of them so i'm really looking forward to seeing them in action and i hope i get some pretty good photos to because i'm bringing my camera okay. Now what's going on with ashwin briggs from the men's cross country team As we've talked about the team is to a good start. And they won. Those first two meads but briggs did not compete in the first one. Because like i mentioned coach lens l. Went with fifteen freshmen and They pretty much ran away from everyone but in the navy twilight meet I mentioned at the team did sweep the first ten places and briggs did finish eighth. He completed the four point. Nine mile course in twenty minutes and just under fifty two seconds so we'll call it twenty four fifty one point nine five That works out to be a pretty blistering five minute pace. By the way which isn't easy to do over a bunch of rolling terrain that includes some pretty decent hills. Now as team captain briggs will be looking to keep the team focused over the next few weeks as the amidst compete in two more invitationals before that big star. Meet against army which takes place on october fifteenth. All right. that's going to do it for this edition of navy sports central. Thank you so much for joining us now. If you like what you've heard remember to follow us wherever you get your podcast and be sure to spread the word to other navy fans out there and remember you can respond to our question of the day by going to the navy. Sports nation group facebook page I'll go ahead and pin it to the top so you won't miss it and just a quick reminder. The views expressed on sports central on my own and do not reflect those of the us naval academy or navy athletics by the way. The music used on navy sports central. Podcasts comes to you from audio jungle. This is a great resource for purchasing the rights to use music from thousands of artists around the world and those we featuring our podcast would be credited in our show notes. Talk to you soon. Everybody until next time. This is called arden. Go navy beat army..

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"ownby" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"ownby" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"ownby" Discussed on GovExec Daily

GovExec Daily

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on GovExec Daily

"Congress is in the middle of negotiations about government funding as legislative branch holds the power of the purse but the executive branch has some budgeting tools at its disposal including one that is supposed to produce more efficient management of funds of management and budget. Hold this tool called apportionment and it is often used to circumvent congress's budget authority and unfortunately is increasingly aac filling hitler that is a government affairs manager at the project government oversight. He joins me now to discuss the village. Secrecy around ownby and ornaments. Welcome back to the program at thank. You glad to be here. We last spoke to you about apportionments in february. So just to recap for those who don't remember. Well what is reapportionment process. And what's the stated purpose of shorts so the abortion process is a tool that congress i gave to the executive branch many years ago and it is essentially designed to as you stated in your intro promote more efficient budgetary outcomes in the reason why congress did this was Or while out. What we would often see is kind of federal agency would burn through oliver appropriated fund before the fiscal year was up in that they would come back to congress with their hand. Out saying we don't have any more money. We need more money even though even though competent already appropriated them a bunch of money that was supposed to last for the entire fiscal year. and so what did they. They told me okay. You have to. You have to be better about this year. Is how you do use of course process which is essentially parcel out the money. That congress has appropriated new do it in tranches of money basically. So i'm gonna use very basic numbers here. So let's say we appropriate ten dollars to the commerce department. What what a webby will do union the abortion tool they will tell on the commerce department case. Here twenty five percent of your ten dollars or the first quarter. You know you happen. Use it for this activity in this program in this and once they get another twenty percent for the second quarter and so odd so it's a way to promote more efficient and timely use of of tax. Payer i mean again. I'm sorry sorry to be to be going over this again. But why is that. A problem was not a problem. If it's used in a transparent way the bounds of the law because again we have to remember that congress congress is the entity that is supposed to make all the decisions about spending and what the executive branch has to do execute on the decision. That's why it's called me. Executive the executive branch not supposed to have its own policy aims that it uses in lieu. What congress note them to do with taxpayer money right but the abortion process is not transparent process but something that happens entirely behind the scenes there is no current requirement or the executive branch to be transparent about it but what that can mean in practice that the executive branch can do kind of around the edges and they can tell it can tell agencies to do x y and z with the money. That congress has appropriated and they don't even have the congress about it so we saw this manifest itself in two thousand nineteen when trump administration withheld security assistance for ukraine. They did that using the abortion. Process of that was a violation of the law with jail later They actually had a decision that they made calling out the trump administration for doing that because even with the appointment process. You are not allowed to use your own policy agenda if you are the denver because it's congress's whale and congress's intendant matters when it comes to spend mike. The house. budget committee held a hearing in april about the need for some transparency in these processes Your colleague and a guess on our show a few times hemp woods testified about the need for reform. Is congress going to do anything about this. I mean sort of how did how did her testimony go over. And how did congress Did they say anything about. Is congress going to wrestle this back a well. We certainly hope so as far as the house. Budget committee hearing goes. I'd say the reception to my colleague. Testimony was mixed on. Some of the majority members on the democratic side were were open and responsive they engage the somethings Some of the other members chose to use the hearing the pot were talk. Well mostly unrelated issues. They had with the biden. Administration's plans policies and programs around things like immigration into the border wall. Though it wasn't i'd say wasn't all that productive overhearing overall but it is really important that congress is conveying. That still cares about these issues. Even though we have a change in administration is still important that we have more transparency indians. I when it comes to spending what the executive branch doing and as far as what congress is gonna is gonna do about this moving forward at one positive sign is. We did see that. The house appropriations committee did include some specific language in its funding bills. That would require ownby to be more transparent. And how real time disclosure around its apportionments deductibles. What is mb saying about that. I mean they don't have a permanent director but deputy director shawn deehan has worked in congress before she got this job. What has she said much. What is the office reacting. How are they reacting to these kinds of conversations will fortunately much disappointment the by the administration and would be leadership that under the vitamin section had basically responded the same way that the trump administration did when it comes to these these kinds of transparency requirements. Congress is trying to enact they basically come out and they opposed now. The argument is more or less the same as it was. When the trump administration wasn't trying which is you know we don't feel like we should have to be transparent about this We are the executive branch. We are coequal branch. This would be a violation of the separation of powers. And you all stay on this which is flat out not true. There is nothing coequal about the power of the Explicitly congress's power in congress jurisdiction here. So that is not really a valid arguments is this gonna be a showdown or as you know the with the democrats controlling congress. Are they going to sort of broadly. Be less confrontational with the biden administration than they were with the trump administration. We certainly hope because this is an institutional issue. You can see that. Because as i mentioned before the by the administration is basically taking the same staff that the trump administration did on this specific issues. What we're seeing here is. This isn't really a partisan issue it isn't about who controlled which branches about the executive branch trying trying to keep the power that it has wherever possible and trying to aggrandize power and unfortunately in recent years and even even further back congress slowly been losing a lot of its power than hasn't really been all that active in tried to regain power and a lot of different ways including in the power of the purse space so our hope is that congress will stand up for its own territory and the good news is that i mentioned earlier that the house. The house appropriations committee did include the provision the same provisions that they had in their funding bill last year under the trump administration. They included the state one this year administration so that that would seem to indicate that at the very least the house they still care about these issues on a dozen matter so to them that they the administration has changed or that the party in power is different over in the white house so that is encouraging and now it's up to the senate appropriations committee of the ball is kind of in their core. What they can choose to do is to keep in these provisions that were included in the house. Bill because the house bill has already passed the house and he are certainly hoping and encouraging them to do so. But that's still remains to be seen. We'll we'll end on this. And it's it's something i think that unfortunately i've probably beaten to death on the show but i think it's important to to revisit or at least get your perspective on. Why do you think congress has given up so much in terms of budgeting power and just power in general to the executive Over this time a mutual touch touch on that exists. Why has congress.

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"ownby" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Good Life Project

"A lot of us grew up with this idea of what goes on in your house stays in your house and so the idea of talking to a stranger about like very personal information is like completely unheard of you. Just don't do it. And i think there's also in there continues to be like this tension between therapy in religion and faith though you know a lot of people feel like okay. Maybe you don't have a strong enough relationship with god and that's why you're struggling with mental health or go pray about it as opposed to like okay can i strengthened my faith relationship and also go and talk to airport so historically there has been some tension there that i think has kept black people out of seeking therapy services. So is it more like there's like there's a pecking order of things ego to help out with like i. You just don't talk about it and then you you turn to either faith. Or whatever is really the tradition within your household or your community And then is. I'm wondering i guess would it then be potentially even seen as a sign of having failed at the things that are supposed to work and the like weakness if you now have to go to a quote therapist or psychologist especially for black women i mean. There's this whole stereotype of like the strong black woman right then. Nothing can penetrate you that you have everything together you can manage your house and fade all of those kinds of things so if you have to reach out to somebody then you have failed in your strong. Black woman is where you i mean. So you're seeing this as when you're actually afterwards on the counseling side. Did that surprise you. At all or I don't think i was surprised by it. But it was concerning to me A lot of the places where i worked. I was also either the only like black psychologists or one of few so it made me wonder like oh do people this before like is anybody else paying attention to the fact that like the black students are not coming in at the same reads In i had been incredibly supportive like on every campus that i went to go into a group and you know in the multicultural students and earth somewhere else. Because students in my experience the black students felt more comfortable like meeting where they already were congregating. of course they struggle with the same things that everybody else is struggling with on campus. But for these kinds of reasons were not necessarily going over to the counseling center. So i mean it's there's so many things i'm curious about part of it. I mean it's interesting. You share like okay. So yes i think we're all most comfortable sort of like in the place that we feel comfortable and especially if we're going to be vulnerable right on. We want to do it in a place. That is safe you know. And and whatever. The structure is one of the things that need to be in. Sometimes that is the little. The physical place That we feel safe but also part of part of safety is is the person who's leading this conversation of the person who are relying on the person real quotes surrendering to and trusting Or they save and if part of what you're sharing is most of the counselors at the center were white. How does that play into the feeling of safety and feeling of willingness to actually seek help from somebody who is of race. So i think for a lot of people. It felt very comfortable to have these conversations outside of the counseling center Because you know like if you ran a group in the counseling center like there was paperwork that needed to happen like you were a part of the system so to speak but when we did groups it was more like support ten of discussion group so there is no paperwork attached to it so i think in some ways people felt like it was not but bala jazzing it felt like okay. We can just get together with these people who are trained professionals and we can have these kinds of conversations that are important to us now. of course. I am also helping them to understand like what kinds of things happen when you come over to the counseling center so i think having a face forward in realizing like oh. These are not like weird people. Mma counseling center like. She's cool to talk to. She can probably help me kinda get adjusted talking with someone else. I mean because the thing is even if all the black students on campus wanted to see the black there because they would not be enough of us to go around So a part of. I think my job also is one helping my non black colleagues understand like these are some of the concerns that students are facing or you doing your own work. So that when they come here. They are not further traumatized by having a racist experience in therapy also explaining to the students. Like yeah i know it would be great. Maybe to talk with me but one don't have experience in all of the things that you may be struggling with an actually one of my colleagues may be a better for you so helping to kind of dispel. Some of those fears they have about talking with. Someone is also a part of like the outreach. That was really important to me that that makes sense. And anna's you going there outside of the clinical setting. I can normalize versus a. I'm actually a regular person. Give and have a good conversation It takes away the sorta like well. This is quote official therapy. Frankly will this is just like this is kind of part of what it's about which isn't even setting. What makes you go from there. Then to say okay. I'm gonna move out into clinical practice and i am going to focus my energy on introducing psychology and therapy to black women So behold origin story for their for blanco's is that i heard i watched the black girls rock award show ownby And just it was such an incredible experience. And i thought. Is there a way to create something like this. For black women related to mental health and it it feels like it has kind of in a lot of ways. Become some my whole goal was to like. Make it kinda cool. Like how can i talk with people about these you know very like ten syllable words and all these diagnoses and stuff like that. How can i talk with people about this. In a way that feels very relevant and accessible to them because you mentioned earlier like old the idea of having to go through therapy but i also want there to be something people want to do. 'cause i think it's a very unique experience. Go somewhere by yourself for an hour a week and just talk about yourself like. I don't think we often get those kinds of things. And so i also wanted people's understand that there is not something that you wanna just think about like. When it's a crisis situation or if it's mandated but how could you actually be improving your life by going therapy for lots of different reasons and it's not even that it's It's it's there's no shame associated with it but actually it is effectively presents it. It's a form of self care and also self care is okay right right and this is airy. We only have one. How do you feel about that phrase itself. Because it's it's so much conversation It's on instagram posts. Hashtag right what's your take on on. Just the i need to find some history of like how it has gone up in the way that it is of course we were already talking about health care because you know it's my training right but it feels like somewhere in the last five years or so it has become very much a buzz word So you know. I'm glad that people are paying more attention to her. But i think sometimes people get confused about like what kinds of things need to be classified itself care so you see lots about like manicures and pedicures massages and you know all those kinds of things and all of that is great. But i don't want people to miss the like free things self care actually is which is kind of just making sure that your nourishing your mind body and spirit that you can kind of continue to be functional like all about small decisions. You can be making to really be taking good care of yourself. Yeah a little things. I mean i know and also i think the idea of it not being luxury rather have however you define it right. 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"ownby" Discussed on Inspiration Nation

Inspiration Nation

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Inspiration Nation

"It was a racing horse frightening thing and we the type area where you have food and drink and stuff that i never a couple of people custody offering today create may one was the ceo of become a yelp. Richie sold his company in wisconsin consulting and stuff like that and they were to grab what they do in a way they were and there was again. It was like a switch to my hate. And i was like ownby that i'd already fell. Knocker tighten control new new age. But it was like a whole new level click team. And that's where i was right. I'm going to learn things only push myself. I absolutely can get to that multiple levels. Above where i am now in what i'm doing and my legacy achievement and she's free myself into learning things traffic. It's why we do podcast now. I don't think i would ever even suggested dzhidzhov wasn't in that mindset. It's wind up doing the other podcasts. We've got not to mention Shortly it'll series for black phoenix. Financial podcasts fourteen episode to go on youtube and by his to teach myself day trading for you various projects and stuff going the toy..

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"ownby" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"And rick ownby for true very promising arms All be kind of a california beach bum guy who never quite got whether allen was pretty good for a while and then he became the closer when suitor signed with the brazen allen. Self-destructed hit that. I was near new york of course when he blew two games for the mets the first two games a season now is for him but Yeah that was a bad dreyer by stop was a bad trade and hernandez was not playing all that well at the time. He was hitting two sixty. Something i think. And you didn't want to go to the vets at rather why necessarily wanted to trade him but the brewer made him united states. You gotta get this outta here you know. And as we learn later them. So maybe a misnomer to light whitey. Now we could sit around. We have fun telling stories. But then i've heard he didn't necessarily love the media interaction and tony who people at home assume heeded the media. I've always says moore the he loved to sit around and be before game or after well if they want after the game but is that fair. Tony loved his. I mean he could get mad at you but he kind of like the media interaction. i think love the media interaction. he would he would Maybe not maybe. That's he didn't like tv or radio okay. And he said. I want to see something that he favored newspapers and he would say. I want to see something in the paper that i said that i didn't say on. Tv or radio the night before. Whatever he wanted wanted to have something special for us and he didn't. He didn't go on any talk shows at all he saw. Yeah he didn't. You're part of the media. He did not like that much. But tony you guys had a great report right. And i mean he liked people who were there every day. He told me that wants. Its no disrespect. He said but i favor the guys who are here every day. And i said that i would never. I never want to push to the front of the line. Because i'm like. I'm not here every day and i think he loved the guys who would just talk ball all day right and it took a while to get to know him. The true previous managers were wide for ten years. While you can go back a little bit red for boy third twelve years and then a little bit of rap a little bit of kenny bar and then wide for ten and joe torre for about five and a half. So tony was new to all of us and It took maybe three or four years to figure out how to you. Could lighten him up a little bit. I finally figured out. One day that i would joke about his even starting to give me a rough time and joke about his batting average his career one ninety nine batting average and see that took me he liked it started laughing and i think glared at me. Of course they said and then he knew i had him going to was no home. Runs one ninety nine. I wanna throw some names af from over the years Gimme jack buck. So you around. The state and probably a lot of nights at the old bush and just being around jack i so much has been said and written. But what was your interaction with jack like. He taught me a lot and and one time. We're going downstairs after a game through the double doors that would would lead you onto the field. At the second ballpark and empires rumors was passed. The first set and off to the right. He said you ought to go in there some time and introduce yourself to the empires and now and then both there's all kinds of don't do not enter all kinds of skull and crossbones cyber stuff on the door there. I said you can't go in there. He said sure he can. He says this corner okay. The commission's being no this go ahead we can edit this but this this could be larussa. No this the commission's phone is ringing as and you never know it could be rob manford so anyway we got he said yeah going there andrews yourself so i did and over the years. We've got to be fast friends either at the missouri grill or or before the game you going and just talked to him after the game you go in and talk to them as i established myself at either home games or big events on the road. Like playoff games and stuff. They asked for me to be the pool report. They should get home on here. Nobody else comes home on their and explained the play to me. And then i was kinda the go between i guess between major league baseball and the media for a long time but their lives guys are my friends joe west. I got a couple of calls last week from joy and ron culpa from umpires congratulated fifty years. They'd seen in the paper and So that's what. Jack buck. Tom you first of all and secondly. He was generous a manager oversee. I went out to dinner with him. We invite shot. A couple of times with group of people he'd go to like allies in chicago. And you'd have a stack of twenty dollar bills and this is like thirty years ago five thirty years ago and he would give twenty to everybody. The piano player the busboys waiters go back to the folks and everybody and joseph. And that's why my dad was working at eighty or whatever. How about mike shannon his partner. You're working on a book. Boy how do you. How do you put the shannon life into one book. That's that'll be a fascinating read. While there's there's certain s there's different aspects of his great career as a high school athlete here. Maybe among the top four or five best high school athletes we've ever had for around athleticism. You know football baseball basketball player to And then there's his playing career in the big leagues and and what is playing might have been at mizzou with eddie actually played other than freshman football and then as fifty years of broadcasting which is the centerpiece of the book and a lot of broadcasters have agreed to talk to me about him. Just haven't got them all lined up yet but that'll be the primary focus and and The key is that. Mike remembers a lot of stories. And there's that over the years he kind of slipped his mind little bit and these other guys need to remind him of those stores. Then we'll get some more information. Maybe some have grown over the years to embellish. That could well be. I could welby and some probably could not be in the book. Maybe you know when you were young reporter. At the paper kostas was a young broadcast. You covered the saint louis spirits. Yes did you know bob at all then not until they got there but yes very well because We he would have on his radio. Show with cam walks every now and again.

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"ownby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Well, the investments not going to be as much as let's say if somebody wants to just sit around the world. There you go. So the lifestyles in each of those are great, Okay, You gotta have a passion for it, but you do. There's nothing wrong with either lifestyle, But you need to know what you're going to do, and you need to plan for it. Because if you don't you're not going to have the funds to enjoy the things that you want to do. I think a big thing in retirement are its medical expenses thing. You know, people need to consider medical expenses and they're very expensive. They're unpredictable, unpredictable. I should say, And as we get older, I should know our bodies begin to break down a little bit. Speaking of medical expenses and older let's bring up our ducks coming workshop. Which is July the 31st. Are you sure? I'm pretty sure, July 31st at our offices in Altamonte Springs, Gary Gary able is going to be doing is famous Medicare everything you need to know about Medicare and in long term health care and all those things that you face when you turn 65 you go off of your employer's plan. I can tell you when you turn 65. Your mailbox explodes with solicitations for medical insurance. And there are 101 different ways in which the skin that cat Gary has an expert in this and if you want to sign up for that That's July 31st at our office in Altamonte Springs at the new time, by the way is from 11 to 1. Because starting next week, our executive producer here, Mr Kyle Cassandra tells me that we're going to be broadcasting from our new studio in our new offices. So we're broadcasting live from 9 to 10 that Gary will kick off his workshop from 11 to 1, and I'm sure he will be serving a lunch. But that's that's the one that fills up fast. We can only accommodate 20 about 25 folks in in our New learning center we call it was state of the art facilities go to our website That's financial group dot com. An inch of group dot com. You can make a reservation right there and book your spot. And then the week before that. I believe Rodney Ownby is going to be doing a workshop and everything you want to know about mutual funds. That is correct again. It's from 11 until one And you can register online. Go to our website. It's financial group dot.

"ownby" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Everyone. It's episode three hundred and twelve of bourbon. Pursuit the podcast featuring news reviews and interviews with people making the bourbon. Whiskey industry happen. I'm one of you host skinny coleman and before we started he's episode talking to lisa wicker of widow. Jane here's you weekly bourbon news. Update netflix's has a new documentary coming called heist the six episode series chronicles three of the biggest heists in modern american history through interviews and reenactments to the episodes will feature pappy. Gate the story of gilbert toby. Kurt singer the kentucky man who pleaded guilty back in two thousand eighteen to stealing thousands of dollars. Pappy van winkle bottles from buffalo trace distillery where he had worked for twenty six years. The episodes dealing with pappy gate are five and six and they are called the bourbon king. The series will premiere on netflixif on july fourteenth install. A group has announced the addition of john. Rhea as master blender for kentucky owl ria dedicated his career to four roses distillery where he joined as a supervisor and parted as chief operating officer during his long tenure. His responsibilities included quality control and product blending inducted into the kentucky hall of fame. Back in two thousand sixteen ria has received numerous accolades for treatment. To the industry. Having served as a chairman of the kentucky distillers association board real was also honored with his lifetime membership. One of only five such memberships and one hundred and thirty plus year old history and digital convenience retailer. Go puff has acquired liquor barn. A leading independent chain of beer wine and liquor stores based in louisville kentucky from private equity firm blue equity for an undisclosed amount. Go puff will integrate twenty-three liquor barn stores into its network and go puff currently operates more than four hundred and fifty sites. Including two hundred. Seventy five plus micro fulfillment centers and the recently acquired bev mo. That was done for three hundred and fifty million dollars and is delivering to customers now and more than six hundred and fifty cities so moving onto bourbon released news. Love it or hate it. Flavored whiskey is here to stay and jim. Beam is launching. Its newest product called jim. Beam orange. new orange flavor comes in at sixty. Five proof is now available at select retailers. Nationwide for sixteen dollars. Mixtures master distiller. Dan mckee has approved the twenty twenty one release of mixers ten years single barrel kentucky straight rye whiskey which will begin shipping next month in july of two thousand twenty one and mixtures ten ri- has suggested retail price of one hundred and seventy dollars. Chattanooga whiskey has announced their first release of their bottled and bon expression of chattanooga whiskies tennessee. High mold style vintage series spring twenty seventeen a little bit of a mouthful there crafted from a selection of four unique heim bourbon. Mash bills all made within the same distilling season each is composed of at least twenty five percent of specialty multi grains. Since its bottle in bonn it is one hundred proof and has suggested retail price of fifty dollars ole smoky distillery normally known for its range of moon shines recently announced the launch of a new small batch premium whisky brain with its first expression honoring its family ties. Called james ownby reserve tennessee straight bourbon whiskey. This will be available in major markets. And at ole smokey's barrel house distillery in gatlinburg and six. In peabody in nashville. It's followed ninety. Four proof and has a retail price of forty dollars for today's episode. Lisa wicker's should be a household name to really any bourbon enthusiast. You'll get to learn about her pedigree of industry and blending experience in this episode and before ever meeting lisa people in the industry would tell me all the time that she had one of the best pallets around and she's been involved with lots of brands from the very beginning and has played a critical role to their future successes and now she leads widow jane and gives us some tricks on her blending experiences and much more and barrel crafts. Spirits is always setting the bar for some of the best blends on the market using stocks and barrels from around the world. And you can get your hands on some right now without ever leaving your house. Go to barrel bourbon dot com and click the buy now button with that enjoy. Today's episode. And now here's fred mimic with above the char. I'm fred mimic and this is above the char. This week's idea comes from dylan. Do defraigne dylan who. I wonder if he's related to n d do frade. Of course that's the fictional character from shawshank redemption and thus he definitely is not related but seriously isn't shawshank redemption. The best movie ever love that movie. Anyway so dylan's question is With the tightening of the four roses restrictions on implementing bottle alterations specifically the stickers and possible Follow suit by other distilleries. Do you think this will also put an end to other bottle. Modifications such as candles lamps landers ashtrays etc etc The answer to that is yes in. I have actually seen legal letters being sent to people who make who make items and then resell them. They have been telling people that they are against trademark. Now some brands do not care. But there are a couple of distilleries that are very active out there keeping people from making lamps and so pumps and things like that and keeping them from selling them a youtube segments on my thoughts on the four roses one. Because i missed apartment. Round table talked about this. We were in new orleans on are celebrating our anniversary. And i missed the opportunity to kind of chime in but i think it's a wrong move by anybody to have Implement any kind of effort to stop people from doing something to the bottles. I just think it's bad if somebody's reselling the alcohol. That's a different. That's a different thing that has not that has nothing to do with the alteration of the bottle. That's somebody's selling alcohol without a license. If they're selling a a former bottle that's been cut in half and turn into a candle or if they are Doing lamps or or whatever. Then offer that company a a license opportunity but don't stop that upcycle because you know it's good for it's good for the brands because it's continued marketing in my opinion. I think it's a bad move by any distillery to go after an enthusiastic base Around their product especially for something as benign as a dadgum sticker does going to do it for this week's above the char. Hey if you're like dylan and even if you don't have a coup last name like defraigne hit me up on frederick dot com to send me your above the char idea and i will read it on the air and give my opinion. But that's going to do it for this week folks until next week chairs. Welcome everybody to another episode of pervent. Pursuit the official podcast of bourbon. Guinean ryan here today talking to somebody that. We've actually heard about a lot of times in the bourbon industry. She's one of she's known as probably one of the best blenders out there. I've heard that from lots of different master. Distillers a lot of different distilleries out there and we also get to talk about a brand that we have never really showcase or talked about on the show before too which is widow. Jane and i think we had this conversation at some point. And we've been talking about like there's a lot of stuff that's really starting.

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"ownby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"844580 Wdbo 844. 5809326. My name is Chris Crawford. I'm joined here this morning by Nancy had the end Rodney Ownby of the certified financial. They are both certified financial planner professionals. If you want to get in touch with them right now, Those phone lines are open. 844580 wdbo 8445809326. Good morning, Nancy and Ronnie. What kind of calls will be taken on the show today? Good morning, we'll We'll take calls on anybody's pocket, like, Excuse me. Pocketbook kinds of questions. Uh, we'll take questions about your 41 case. Your IRAs your Ross. Long term care long term care annuities, any type of questions that are bugging you, and you've been wondering how you could. You can solve a problem or you have a nagging question. You just don't know who to ask about your financial future. Please give us a call at 844580 w D D o 84458093 to 6 that is the number to call him and join us here. They're low voted as one of the top 300 firms in the country according to Financial times, So This is an opportunity You want to take advantage of. Normally, this kind of advice would cost money, but they are giving it to you for free right now on the airwaves, 844580 wdbo. 84458093 to 6. And while we get some calls lined up, we do have a fantastic topic to tip tip to show off with today in honor of Father's Day, Let's go ahead and encompassing and channel our inner father, right, and we're going to talk about what your dad says. Do this now. Hurricane prep tips from your dad. Exactly. That's it. So I moved here in 83. Anyway, So this is what we do, and the advice from my husband to my kid and everybody else out there. So, um, first of all, you want to make sure you have cash in your house when we're past the hurricane and some, you know, maybe the local gas station or convenience stores working off a generator power but doesn't necessarily have Internet And you want to snack If you have actual paper money, you can get that that I know from actual experience, Right? Never let your guest and get below half full. I think that that's a general purpose practice that you should, um even even it's not hurricane season even right, right, but especially now in particular and hurricanes. If you have a generator, make sure that it is working. Make sure you've tested it. Make sure you have fuel We have some five gallon gas tanks that get filled up prior to that and buried in the yard so they can't get damage of love fly around. And then when hurricane season is over, the gas is still good. It goes into the car, so it doesn't get wasted. And what else? You have ethanol free gas and all right. So does the other gas gets old. Exactly. It separates and it doesn't work and peruse your yard for projectiles. All the little plants part of playing around kids, toys, anything that can fly. You want to make sure that you have in a shed in the garage you move into, you know your living room or whatever. And then also look in your pantry. Do you need? How are you on tuna, fish and canned goods? Peanut butter? Yes, yes, stuff that won't spoil. And it's not going to put you in a panic. Same with paper goods, right, So those are just a few of the hurricane tips out If you have anything that you want to add to it. Well, just the the cash is a big one. You know, because people lose electricity, and they can't process credit card transactions. So that's a huge The greater the gas grill was a savior and a percolator coffee pot so you could still have coffee. Because that's the savior for everybody in your family when you can have coffee. That's what gets you going in the morning, right? You know, And you can. You can actually cook. You know if you have food that you've thrown into a cooler So you want to have access to it and you have a gas grill. You know? Well, I'm making sure that the propane tank is full. That's a big one, because I've made that mistake on numerous occasions where I go out to start up the grill. Uh, the tank's empty. Do you not have backup tanks? I used to have a backup tank, but it got kind of rusty and old to we disposed of it in one of those, uh, you know, quarterly Right. Hazardous waste disposal. So Yeah, Backup. Propane might be a good thing to have also so And we have a rapid charger for, um, that is battery operated that you can use to charge your phones. So when Internet service does come back up, our self service does come back up. You don't have to worry about your phone being dad. Right? So I would I would add to right now, especially as we're starting to get closer and closer towards one We'll get more frequent with these hurricanes informing. I would say that now is a good time to also start, adding. Just, you know, a case of water every time that you go out grocery shopping. Just pick one case up and stick it under the car and That way In four or five weeks time you'll have five cases of water stored up in your garage. You don't have to worry about it at the last minute when there's no water left. Well, exactly. Yeah, you know, there's a run on water. You know that leader never lost water. Well, we would lose power, but we would not lose water. So that was interesting, But I do know people that that did lose water so very good Tip Chris because people do panic about water and toilet paper. Why? I don't know. Well, then you can't get it. You know to Chris's point you go there the last few days before the storm and there's no water on the shells. So And then, if you type and then if you don't end up using it like I had. I think I had about six cases of water after last year because we didn't really get anything and didn't need to use it. Then I just have bottled water in my house that I can move to the fridge and have for convenience.

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"ownby" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

Wine & Hip Hop

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

"Man yeah they wrote me and right so you know what i mean so we got a one audience in a hip hop audience. So we're going to do some real fly shit here get some a whole different group of people getting to know your music on me so first thing. I know anybody gonna ask me. How did you get the name. Ownby peasy i'll see you know like motor. School has got looks like nickel you hang on. We got out. And i have to cut a deal outlook like the repeatedly when i get put together copy. Yeah that's what it is man. I mean i feel like. I feel like you definitely represent the wave right now. You know i mean you represent you've called it. That's really why. I wanted to how you wanna show mass. So tell me bro. Like are you much of a wine drinker. No that really with. I see mean. That's exactly why. I wanted to have you on. Man that gunther. You insult wine drinker. So what what. What's your drink of choice. Like what you what you drink that. Okay okay well good thing right henny is. Almost one is still made a grapes. You feel the oh. that's tennessee. Made from grapes. Rose is just treated differently me so you almost is this you know. Just gotta find fire joy man so i feel like the wine industry needs to do a better job like they haven't done a good job but like getting in front of people of color and they definitely know how to get the young people also. So how would you suggest the wine culture can get in front of young culture. we'll even type inclu moon. That's a point. Yeah yeah exactly. yeah so you. won't you wash it already. you notice. Champagne islam bro. I mean you got to have a lot of a lot of light. yeah you know what. Let's let's pause mob here breath one of the big reasons. I wanted to have you here. Because like i feel like you represent. You've coaching like a foundation. You know what i'm saying. What you think about your style you think about swag everything like you know like you are the wave right now so if somebody wanted to get to know the culture right now they can go get to know. I want to be pieces music. You feel me so my parents for you is the six noble grapes and the wine is all just from grapes. You let me just lay handy so you know what i know the best way to put this. You gotta we stream right. We got a whole bunch of different wine variety of so when i say the six noble grapes. That's just one great is a variety so like you got chardonnay. You got merlot riesling but just thinking it was different strains of we you know saying one of the misao with diesel. One of them is cookies. You know what i'm saying. One of them is fucking blue dream so other than in other than yesterday. And what's one of your favorite strings to smoke. She do you go. I so we to get with the run so wine right now so some chardonnay put a i man but tell me bro so you moved around a lot like where would you consider home hope. Yeah so what makes mobile special because you say he was in kelly to atlanta. Now you know one man no his shit yo hola hola holo my mail already on his wash it so as this beyond novices at home when you pour you guys swirl shift i that's going to make the aromatics come out and did you notice. He smelled it also after he swirled and they'd sit and he said he wasn't a be around always. Yeah so what makes mobile home. She wilder base type library living. That's why that's why. I learned. Is i realize like basically being me type person i wouldn't go out in. Yeah i feel like. I learned how to this. Yeah yeah so like today. I chose the wine. You chose the rams you picking a song called atra from your product your project. Too deep for tears now. That's some deep shit bro. You've been through some shit man like where did the title of the album come from. She'd been type of our by getting the situation that i come be lightfoot why beads watch over like. I've always meeting my need doing that now. You for robert out on follow. He really didn't worry he really put how living laser life folks would be the deal library shoe now..

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"ownby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"After vaccinating phase one A, which was our health care workers and first responders that we would vaccinate individuals who are at particular risk of severe illness or death. Associated with Cove in 19 disease based on the latest evidence, space criteria, and that is what we're doing. We continue to use data to driver decisions we reviewed risk based on age and the CDC is list of conditions that lead to an increased risk of severe illness from the virus. We know that these categories do not include all Hoosiers, who have conditions that could put them at greater risk from Cove. It But we're working to expand to those most at risk as quickly as our vaccine supplies allow us to do so We're hopeful that more vaccine could be on the way in the near future. Johnson and Johnson has applied for its emergency use authorization from the FDA, in a meeting on that request is scheduled for the end of the month. JJ vaccine is a single dose vaccine. It is easier to bring two people in for one time vaccine than to coordinate inventory and scheduling for two doses. It also has much less stringent storage requirements and can simply be refrigerated. Johnson and Johnson vaccine is 85% effective in protecting against severe disease at day 28 And the efficacy against severe disease increased over time, with no cases and vaccinated, participants reported after day 49. There were no hospitalizations or deaths in people who had received the vaccine. We've come a long way since our first vaccines arrived in December, and we still have a long way to go before we can say with confidence that the worst of this pandemic is behind us. Please continue to be patient and know that we're expanding vaccine eligibility as quickly as our supplies permit. Thank you. Thank you, Dr Weaver. And just you both earlier today, I asked, Are we ready when that happy day comes where Supply, some suggest will out Strip. Demand. And you both simultaneously answered me with the same thing, which was absolutely we have been ready. We're more than ready for that We have, you know, 290 sites now with the opportunity to expand that three or four times and the ability to get our 10 mobile fans that are just sitting there not being used right now, each one of them the ability to be a mass vaccination site because we don't have vaccine. And maybe also because some people were tuning ended. Not just to 30 today. They're watching. They're getting their news from other sources as well throughout the day. Good you might both wanted just touch on before we get to. And by the way, Dr Dan is with us. Maniac and Chris Johnson with the Ownby. But talk about the other federal sites that may come online at some point how it Doesn't take away that 105,000 doses were getting every week. But to your point about we're now we were just seemed like a couple days ago. 259 sides Now we're into 90 Plus with the ability to go toe ultimately 1000 if we needed to be But with these mobile sites, But how will those pieces all snap together as we see it right now, So those air federal programs that we haven't had a lot of insight into our input. But, Lindsay, do you wanna share what we do know about those sites? Yes. So the federal program is a partnership with pharmacies and all of the states. They will be receiving vaccine and starting from what we hear on Friday, and that will add a new additional about 160 sites across the state pharmacies that will be receiving vaccine and will be giving vaccine along with the state's eligibility criteria. Important and you you alluded to this, but In these sites where they make go, were there. Now and have the ability to be there well, another federal program is the they have stated that they're going to give vaccine to our federally qualified health clinics and community health clinics and realizing about four weeks ago that many of those sites are in areas of our lowest socioeconomic populations, hire minority populations, Dr Weaver and her team Very wisely reached out and engage them to give vaccine not just to their patients, but to their communities in general because of their locations, And so they've been actively engaged with us and 44 different sites already to this point Yeah, when we waded the task force. I mean, you are looking at this from the very outset, which is which I literally got the question from, um Jeff signs who oversees the covert task force or federal partners in the administration. And he said, What do you attribute your success too? And so they recognize what we're doing here is working in our approach. And of course we want more. We want more. We want more a little more. And I've pledged that we're gonna work with end to do just that. Incline Wish TV. And good afternoon. Good afternoon, governor. Thanks. Good afternoon. Can you hear me? Yes, sir. Good afternoon, Governor. Can you hear me? Yes, sir. All right. What? I'm better Fuck. Can you hear me? Now? I can hear you loud and clear. Third time. Third time's the charm. All right, Perfect. Thank you so much, Um Questions, But first is just about the other strains. Um, you know, If we go back, you know, 10 or 11 months it almost feels like to feel like deja vu to have just a few cases. Are you seeing a large spike coming and what your thoughts are about the risk of other strains? And then to my other question is what type of data are you able to use to determine that higher risk? Are you just using Indiana cases or using federal you know federal numbers from around the country? How how are you able to figure out just those higher risk factors and co morbidity factors? Saw answer the first one and then we'll go to Lindsey for the second. But you know the variants when we say that we have 12 cases here of the UK variant or the B 117 variant. We know that there are many, many more cases than that right? And we do know that is a much more transmissible virus because we have other countries that we can look at and see what the increased transmissibility was with him is with those variants. A date in Indiana. We have not identified the South African variant or The Brazil variant, But we are investigating that and screening on.

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"ownby" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on WDRC

"Them into the Oval Office. Telling them to disenfranchise voters of their state, telling them to overturn the will of the American people. The House resumes his case tomorrow at noon Eastern, the former president's team gets there say later this week, the White House as president Biden has spoken with China's president, seizing Ping A White House statement says the president raise concerns about Beijing's economic practices, which it called coercive and unfair. President Biden's pick to leave the Office of Management and Budget has apologized for social media posts attacking well known lawmakers, Neera Tanden told the Senate Budget Committee. She regrets posting negative comments online. Some of them about senators hold aside. Whether she's confirmed is director of the Ownby as she worked to assure lawmakers. I can work with honors, and I look forward to taking that burden and I apologized Tol People on either the left or right, who are hurt by what I've said Dander once said of GOP Senator Ted Cruz. Vampires have more heart. She's also gone after progressives, including independent Senator Bernie Sanders socks is Rachel Sutherland. Wall Street of the close, major indexes ended the day mixed. The Dow gained 61, the NASDAQ minus 35. Americans listening to Fox News Finding great candidates, the higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the right person comes along..

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"ownby" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Out their case. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News members of the House acting is prosecutor spent hours detailing what they say is evidence that for President Trump incited the January 6th client at the capital as they try to convince the Senate to convict him On one article of impeachment, Incitement of insurrection, representative David Niccolini of Rhode Island singular focus that day. The day we were attacked was not protecting us was not protecting you is not protecting the capital. It was stopping the certification of the election results. Madeline Dean of Pennsylvania, president of the United States, was calling public officials Calling from the White House, inviting them into the Oval Office, telling them to disenfranchise voters of their state, telling them to overturn the will of the American people. The House resumes his case tomorrow at noon Eastern, the former president's team gets there say later this week. The White House as president. Biden has spoken with China's president, seizing Ping A White House statement says the president raise concerns about Beijing's economic practices, which it called coercive and unfair. President Biden's picked early the Office of Management and Budget has apologized for social media posts attacking well known lawmakers, Neera Tanden told the Senate Budget Committee. She regrets posting negative comments online. Some of them about senators, whole decide whether she's confirmed is director of the Ownby. She worked to assure lawmakers. I can work with others, and I look forward to taking that burden, and I apologized to people on either the left or right, who are hurt by what I've said Dandan once said of GOP Senator Ted Cruz. Vampires have more heart. He's also gone after progressives, including independent Senator Bernie Sanders. Socks is Rachel Sutherland. Wall Street of the close, major indexes ended the day mixed. The Dow gained 61, the NASDAQ minus 35. America's listening to Fox News. From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and listen to the media buzz meter with Howard Kurtz. Assad was charged with 17 counts of espionage and one of computer misuse over the rookie league publication of those thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents, his lawyer, so he's acting as a journalist. I'd like to see that test in a corner of the ever regarded you leave aside the journalist. I don't think it takes the precautions that journalists do that he just tries to do damage.

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"ownby" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Not protecting you is not protecting the capital. It was stopping the certification of the election results. Madeline Dean of Pennsylvania, president of the United States, was calling public officials Calling from the White House, inviting them into the Oval Office, telling them to disenfranchise voters of their state, telling them to overturn the will of the American people. The House resumes his case tomorrow at noon Eastern, the former president's team gets there say later this week. The White House as president. Biden has spoken with China's president, seizing Ping A White House statement says the president raise concerns about Beijing's economic practices, which it called coercive and unfair. President Biden's pick to leave the Office of Management and Budget has apologized for social media posts attacking well known lawmakers, Neera Tanden told the Senate Budget Committee. She regrets posting negative comments online. Some of them about senators hold aside. Whether she's confirmed is director of the Ownby as she worked to assure lawmakers. I can work with others, and I look forward to taking that burden and I apologized Tol People on either the left or right, who are hurt by what I've said standard once said of GOP Senator Ted Cruz. Vampires have more heart. She's also gone after progressives, including independent Senator Bernie Sanders. Socks is Rachel Sutherland. Wall Street at the close major indexes ended the day mixed. The Dow gained 61 the NASDAQ minus 35. America is listening to Fox News. From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download.

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"ownby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ownby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"January 6 Ryan at the capital as they try to convince the Senate to convict him on one article of impeachment. Incitement of insurrection, representative Davis Niccolini of Rhode Island singular focus that day. The day we were attacked was not protecting us. Not protecting you is not protecting the capital. It was stopping the certification of the election results. Madeline Dean of Pennsylvania, president of the United States, was calling public officials Calling from the White House, inviting them into the Oval Office, telling them to disenfranchise voters of their state, telling them to overturn the will of the American people. The House resumes his case tomorrow at noon Eastern, the former president's team gets there say later this week, the White House as president Biden has spoken with China's president, seizing Ping A White House statement says the president raise concerns about Beijing's economic practices, which it called coercive and unfair. President Biden's pick to leave the Office of Management and Budget has apologized for social media posts attacking well known lawmakers, Neera Tanden told the Senate Budget Committee. She regrets posting negative comments online. Some of them about senators. Whole decide whether she's confirmed is director of the Ownby as she worked to assure lawmakers. I can work with others, and I look forward to taking that burden and I apologize, Tol People on either the left or right, who are hurt by what I've said, tangible instead of GOP Senator Ted Cruz, vampires have more heart. She's also gone after progressives, including independent Senator Bernie Sanders. Socks is Rachel Sutherland. Wall Street At the close major indexes ended the day mixed. The Dow gained 61, the NASDAQ minus 35. Americans listening to Fox News..

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Machine Learning Lifecycle 2021 Conference Preview

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Machine Learning Lifecycle 2021 Conference Preview

"In today's episode though we wanted to highlight our upcoming machine learning life cycle event. That's taking place. January twenty sixth through twenty eight. Twenty twenty one. I know that some of our podcast listeners signed up for our data for a conference that took place in september of twenty twenty and that was a really awesome event. we had hundreds of sessions. And you know lots of live sessions. Many more on demand with some incredible speakers at that event so just like with our data for a icon machine. Learning life cycle event is going to have that as well. We're going to have incredible. Keynotes incredible presenters and sessions as well really focused on that whole learning life cycle including m l. operations building models model management. So we'll have key five. He is for our sessions and our content for the upcoming machine learning life cycle event. If you like to check out that event we encourage you to go to life cycle. Comp dot com so m. l. life cycle co nf dot com. You can sign up as always. Our events are free to attend but so we wanted to spend you know a little bit of time going into the key. Main areas of focus for the sessions. And then some highlight. Some of the presenters sessions as well so the first area of focus is going to be on machine learning model development sessions in this will include and be focused on building and developing models so for supervised learning unsupervised learning reinforcement learning and then also across all different kinds of algorithms. So we talk about the three different types of learning and a lot of our podcast but just to go over that supervised learning through example unsupervised is learning through discovery and then reinforcement learning is learning through trial and error so that that area is going to focus really on model development for for that That all of that stuff. The next area of focus is going to be the machine. Learning model management so sessions in this category will focus on how companies should go about managing their models once. They're actually in production version eating life cycle management and then also aspects of that human side of management as. Well you know we don't want to forget at the end of the day. There are humans that are overseeing and managing this. So let's not forget about that aspect as well related to this idea of emo model management is this emerging space called ops mo operations which does overlap a bit and he talks about dealing with model life cycle in terms of The version being an iteration of models. And that's our of stuff but mls also keep an eye on the model as it's in production so things like model drift and data drift so these sessions on mo ops. I talk about what. Emma lops is how it relates to a related area which is taking a development code in the operational aspects of managing the development life cycle. There's a lot of things in common with that. There's a lot of different things though. Dealing with data drift a model drift and aspects of modernisation and models security and all sorts of things. So people definitely have sessions on. Emily ops quite a few and some emerging technology vendors that are expanding in the space. You're gonna wanna hear from them. Also we're to be looking at model governance so machine learning model governance. This is really focused on aspects of the the management of models in terms of access and control and decision making and who gets access to the various models and maybe differences in version in terms of. Maybe wanna keep multiple versions of a model around for different purposes. Maybe models trained in different data sets for different things you know. How do you handle. That can become very complicated. And you have to. Of course deal security and privacy and all these sorts of aspects. We're gonna be talking about that in the nfl model governance aspects. And of course we have lots of other sessions focused on adoption and development and management of machine learning models across the life cycle from people across the board who have been implemented on implementing machine learning. So just like our events we've have in the past We have three tracks. Are we have a track. That's focused on the technology side. So you can learn about how to do things and get insights on the from a from a technology perspective. We also have an industry track which is really focused on the industry applications. How are different industries applying these technologies. What are their use cases. What are the some of their lessons. Learned there's also some panels we might have from people. We do have actually throw people in different industries who are share around a similar topic and then of course we have large government and public sector contingency because governments around. The world are making use of machine learning for a lot of things. We're dealing with on our day to day basis of course dealing with things like pandemic and public health but still many other aspects of our life because the government's you know facing the same remote world that we are an ai machine learning Forms apart so we have incredible speakers and sessions and we'll we'll highlight a few of them right here in this podcast right so we have some great keynotes that we wanted to talk about. We have harrison smith. Who's the director of enterprise digitisation at the internal revenue. Service the irs. He's going to be talking about from digitisation to ai. How technology is transforming the government and in particular the irs. I know that many government agencies especially in twenty twenty digitisation and digitalization has been a big focus for that because as we shift from in person to remote work they've needed to really ramp up quickly a lot of their processes to make sure that people are able to stay functioning in their roles. So that's going to be a really incredible keynote. We also have maria wrote. Who's the deputy federal chief information officer from the office of management and budget ownby. She's going to be delivering a keynote as well about Ai in the government. We're also going to have tim persons whose chief scientists in managing director of the science technology assessment analytics team at the. Us government accountability office gao. He's going to be delivering a keynote about planning an agile government with artificial intelligence

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Biden names diverse economic team with four women in top roles to help build recovery

PBS NewsHour

06:28 min | 2 years ago

Biden names diverse economic team with four women in top roles to help build recovery

"Group that features four women in top roles, including former Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen as his choice for Treasury secretary. Reporter Jim Tankersley of The New York Times has been following these developments closely. He covers economics for the paper, and he's also the author of the recent book, The Riches of this Land. Jim Tankersley. Thanks so much for being with us again. What do these choices as a group tell you about Joe Biden's priorities What he may do once he takes office. Well, thanks so much for having me Judy. This is a group that is really focused on workers and on labor and maybe one of the most of union friendly groups of top economic advisers. We've seen in the White House in a long time and in particular for policy right out of the gate. It's a group that's going to be very committed on the idea of trying to get the economy up and running as fast as it can as quickly as possible in order to boost worker wages. And it's gonna be not at all shy about pushing additional deficit spending by the federal government in order to get there. And specifically with regard to covert relief, Covad economic relief. Can you tell anything from looking at this group? But what what might happen? Yeah, They've been very clear a number of them from Janet Yellen, the Neera tanden on down on these pics about the sorts of things that need to be done to help. People and businesses and state local governments survived. This pandemic on DAT includes more direct aid tol division ALS. It includes more help for small businesses and in particular age of states and local governments who have big budget holes, But also things like passing pandemic paid leave, You know a program to give family and paid leave. The workers who are on the front lines of code in particular, and I think that you will see all of those policies pushed early on by the biting teeth. So let's talk specifics. Janet Yellin at Treasury, the first woman to hold that job as we were saying, what do we know? Based on her record? What to expect from her. Janet Yellen is a labor economist by training on someone who really pushed the Federal Reserve when she was the chairman of the reserve to keep interest rates low for a long time in order to stoke growth, and I think we'll see more of that out of her hear more of a focus on inequality and unworkable is and you know another thing that she's focused on a lot in the last couple of years is on Tearing down the barriers of discrimination in the economy to help women in particular succeed, and I think you'll see her focus on that as well. It's it's been a big deal for her in the economics profession, but it's something that she is talked a lot about having enormous consequences for the broader economy. And then Cecilia Rouse, who President elect Biden Has said he wants to head his council of Economic Advisers. Not as well, a known name as the others. But so what should we know about her? She'll if she's confirmed, should be the first black economist ahead the Council of Economic Advisers she was on the council under President Barack Obama. She's also a labor economist, ah, real expert in a variety of things having to do with labor and education, and just like Jenna Galan has, as focused a lot of academic work on the effects of discrimination. S O. There are some common themes here with the team. And then there is Tol, the Office of Management and Budget. Neera Tanden, who has been around she's someone who I think is familiar. Too many who watch what's going on in Washington. What do what do we look for? From her? Near attended, runs the center for American Progress, which is a liberal think tank, and she has been on adviser to Hillary Clinton. She's been around Washington for a long time. She is someone who has really pushed on a variety of sort of liberal policy agenda items that is more of a political player than the other two. But I think with Neera Tanden, you will see Ah, focus in the Ownby. If she's confirmed on things like climate change healthcare on you on sort of Not shying away again from running budget deficits. Tosto growth, which is you know a real, I think departure from what many progressives thought they might be getting if I hadn't had appointed someone who was more of a moderate deficit, longer term deficit Hawk Democrat to that position. And Jim. What about with regard to Senate confirmation? These three positions we've been talking about all require Senate confirmation. What is expected for each one of them for yelling for rouse and for Tanda. Well, I think Janet Yellen appears likely to be confirmed. Based on the comments that we've seen in the last 24 hours from Republican senators. She's someone who has been confirmed by the Senate before. So is this is the arrest who I think is like that he converted also in less Republicans find some things in her academic work that they really object to Neera Tanden again as a more political player and someone who's Twitter feed has really offended. A lot of Republican senators may face more opposition and that was signaled by Republican senators in the last day that they don't like that she has taken after Republicans in public comments and so that that maybe get hard for them to confirm her. A lot will depend on whether Democrats control the senator Republicans do after the runoff elections that Georgia in January. And one other thing, Jim. I mean, people look to see the differences between this team and the Trump economic team. Pretty significant difference. Sure, there's just a big difference in how they approach the economy. The Trump team came in with a real focus on how do they sperm or business investment of the economy? How can they do more by taking away regulations by cutting taxes to make businesses happier and get them to spend more money on investments of this team is much more focused on workers. How do they support workers? How do they change regulations or even bolster them? To make it easier for people to work and to make that work pay off with higher wages, so it's just completely different angle at looking at the economy and very different policies that will result Him. Tankersley with the New York Times

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Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:09 min | 2 years ago

Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

"Welcomed episode forty eight of the functional tennis podcast. This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to Craig tightly. Ceo of tennis. Australia and director of the Aussie Open. Craig tells us all about his coaching success in college tennis in the states and then move and Australia to work for tennis Australia and the different jobs. He's done there. We also talk about the challenges of the current Cova situation on looking at Grand Slams and the Aussie Open in twenty twenty one. He tells us the first time you met Roger Federer and we've to gray questions sent into a spire instagram fons. It's a great episode. Hope you enjoyed before we get started. Make sure to go over to our new. Instagram account called functional tennis podcast. And give us a follow shed into a podcast sponsors head. I've been using head rackets and says a kid I I had Agassi's ownby racket. Which absolutely loved. I've been using heads on and off really ever. Since but mainly used the radical tried to use the prestige. But I find a wasn't really couldn't always struggle on the double handed pack and with it the radical for me less a bit more room for errands bit more stable for me. So thank you guys. Okay let's talk the Craig. Hi Craig how are you good? Thanks for talking to you from the other side of the world. I. It's amazing top. You're on board. It's really big privilege. Heavy speaking here on. Yes well thank you very much couch to find that Albert. How you became the talk. Mind an tennis Australia and wound most of man in tennis anytime you speak to tennis player. They rave about what you've still not the OSCE open so can't wait to hear Beth dot before we get started. Let's talk a little bit about your early tennis career. I know you're very successful coach in the states head. Did you get involved agenda in the states or let me start out by saying it's always difficult to talk about these things in the context of the of the current climate that we ran and And having to isolate and Dual of things that we need to do to protect health system so so I apologize to beat but late to the call because as you would not which is handled. I in front of the screen on video conferences. But it's all good but Allsteel question out against the US. I was a young kid loved the game and I started later when he starred thirteen four. She was considered extremely nights. And I. I had aspirations to be a a great to be a tennis player and I loved it. I love training playing and was never realized that call and was fortunate. Enough to grow rails. That early enough This trying to make it through the twenties thirties. So one-sided centerstage Katie Myself and finished from military service on the obligations. I had to do in South Africa. Right got on the plane and went to Europe the tennis there and then an answer. GonNa go to the US and get an education. And I went with plans to stay four years and ended up staying for Dean so I think that's kind of be my modus operandi. Chris time they happened will strata was Kinda come for a few years. I being sixteen says I'm getting constant and helping and really enjoying you're making a statement wherever you go on your coach so you end up your coach successful coach at Illinois Your Coach Year Multiple Times. How did you move into coach? Well I think You when you have love the game. I'm made people in this report cost wooden and These many different career opportunities. You haven't you can be administering coaching and playing and officiating at it is. And it's such a global sports go to common language as the lines of the ten school. The highest the net that determine that commonality around the world his great battle. I did match my my love of the game with my desire to help people and those two things came. Together and I agree deal of personal fulfillment and professional satisfaction out of helping other than using vehicle for that. And when you love what you do You willing to constantly always improve and in the lookout for ways to get better and learn from others and and And I look back in hindsight down I think on on reflection and I think that because two things the desire to help people and the love of the game I was able to learn a lot and And we spoke to their slam today and I think that is one of the one of the most of being able to be lucky. Enough have had some success so the coaching side. I loved and I always did enjoyed like challenging the status quo and I enjoyed being told that things wouldn't happen. And when you star they wanted to physicist coaches ahead who was the famous Stuart Doyle from From the University of Arkansas was great to have stood for the team. We started the success and a period of thirteen years. We took a college program from no age of the best in the country for quite a few years and ended up having some many players that went on really well. Kevin Anderson from South Africa was one of the top five in the world recently. And so we've had. It's it's been divorced. Plays that success in fun to watch. The Program says the success that it did but it was. Secret is wakeup rewarding. Do the best you can do. People will treat them how you wanted to be treated because you always going to be decided runaway do on the way down and just look as hard as you can see because look for improved. Button could come. It's a long journey on a short June. I completely agree with you. The daily grind getting open put into hard work. But just getting back to you mentioned dodd. Some listeners here. We solicit snarled and they all know stuey dial of his great tennis abilities. What was he liked back in the day? All should say knows to you'll identify sanity mall. One thing that he did teach the ethics I'll never forget it. It's still resonates with me as what it takes to win a points and what it takes to be good and amount of effort and pain in the work. You've got to go through to do that and His attitude is competitive attitude on On improvement rubbed off. Funny Everyone Cussin' that's why everyone loved because by him and always say you is one of the few met. That's would be willing to go through the same pain himself To prove the others what it is versus telling you what to do.

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Pence to focus on US Iran policy in speech

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

10:42 min | 3 years ago

Pence to focus on US Iran policy in speech

"The increasingly intriguing question of what did the vice president know. And when did he we know it. Yes the vice president. In the midst of this very high stakes increasingly scary escalation between N- The US government and the nation of Iran were millions of people filled the streets today for the funeral of Qassem Soleimani was essentially seen as the second ranking official in that country. Second most powerful position in that country at least Soleimani was killed in the US air strike last week today. The trump administration announced. What's that they will soon have a public explanation for? What exactly they're doing? And what exactly they're thinking when it comes to Iran but the whole idea. is in terms of explaining their actions and their strategy toward Iran in the wake of this targeted killing now. This explanation from the trump administration as to what their strategy is for Iran. This explanation from the administration is not gonNA come for another week or so and it will not be president trump who gives the country this explanation the critical matter of the utmost and deadliest urgency. They'RE GONNA put off this explanation about what's going on between the US and Iran until next week and it's going to be vice president Mike Pence who gives the speech that is supposed to lay out. US policy toward Iran. And what exactly is going on. And what the strategic not gic thinking was behind this killing of this incredibly revered figure inside Iran why they think the country should wait a a week to get that explanation why it should be vice president. Mike Pence who gives that explanation to US rather than the president himself that remains to be seen. But if the the idea is that there might be less impeachment baggage trailing around after Vice President Mike Pence than there is after president trump and therefore maybe vice president pence might have of a sort of cleaner shot at this issue in the public's mind well maybe that's not true. The question of Vice President Mike Pence is Owned implication in the impeachment scandal is both unresolved and that was sort of back on the front burner. It has been nineteen days since the House voted to impeach president trump for trying to get Ukraine to help him out against Joe Biden for the two thousand twenty election. He wanted announcement from Ukraine that they had Biden under investigation. Impeachment inquiry also found that president trump pressured Ukraine to do that to make that announcement about those investigations by making contingent tinge on the announcement of those investigations. A whole bunch of things that Ukraine wanted including a White House visit for their new president. The impeachment inquiry also found that president trump held up military aid to Ukraine for months while he pressured them to do this domestic political favor for him. I honestly can't believe it's only been one thousand nine days Since the house impeach trump doesn't feel like it's been nineteen months it's been nineteen days and in that brief period in the less than three weeks weeks it has been since he got impeached. We've continued to get new evidence and new information about the scheme for which the president was impeached including a reported communication from the Office of Management and Budget in the White House to a Pentagon official in which the White House official assured. Dod It was president trump personally who was insisting on holding up Ukraine's military aid and a communication reported by Cape Brennan Adjust Security. That ownby official tells tells the Defense Department quote Clear Direction from Portis inning president of the United States to hold the Ukraine aid since the the House vote to impeach president trump. We've also seen new evidence in new documentation of this intense conflict and intense concern within the administration shen that president trump ordering a hold on that military aid to Ukraine was in fact illegal. So here for example is that same defense official who just assured by the the White House that the money was being withheld on direct orders from the president. Here's that same defense official writing thereafter to the office of the Secretary of Defense to the Defense Secretary's chief of staff she says quote do you believe dod is adequately protected from what may happen as the result of the Ukraine obligation. Pause as in. We all know this is illegal. Are we prepared for what's going to happen to us at the Defense Department here if we do this illegal thing that has been directly ordered by the president. So here's what's fascinating in response to that email which was sent from somebody in the Pentagon controller's office to the Defense Secretary's chief of staff are we adequately protected from what may happen as as a result of this right in response to that email to the defense secretary's chief of staff the Defense Secretary's Chief of staff writes back and he says this quote Ukrainian. PM speaks with the vice. President of the United States. Veep Otis on Tuesday. We expect the issue to get resolved that. Why do you expect the issue to be resolved that in fact the Tuesday following that email September first vice president and Mike Pence did meet with the leader of Ukraine? They met in Europe. They met in Warsaw. That's where we got this incredible footage of that room and who was there were you can see all of these people in that room whose careers have blown up and whose lives have changed a lot as a result the result of this scandal. You can see them all in the same shot. I mean in that meeting on the American side of the room. There's Energy Secretary Rick. Perry who of course suddenly submitted his resignation right right as the scandal broke open right next to him is national security adviser John Bolton who also suddenly submitted his resignation right as the scandal broke open right right next to the same row. There's ambassador Gordon Sunland. Who became a star witness in the impeachment inquiry testifying under oath that? Oh yes there was a quid pro quo and it was ordered by President trump. Just behind him in the second row there's Jennifer Williams who was the top Ukraine adviser to Vice President Pence who also became a star impeachment inquiry witness also in that same row. Tim Morrison the top Russia expert on the National Security Council who then himself suddenly announced his resignation on the eve of him also becoming an impeachment inquiry witness and next to him back there in the corner national security official named Earl Matthews who also so work on Ukraine issues who also suddenly left his post as this scandal broke open. I mean who's left within a few weeks of this meeting. In some cases within a few days of this meeting like everybody in that room had their life changed and or their career ended and and now we know from these internal administration documents and communications. That have been revealed in the one thousand nine days since the impeachment vote. We now know that after weeks. Six of freak out inside the administration over president trump holding up this military aid after president trump asking questions about that military aid after him directing the holdup up of the aid after him being advised by everybody in the national security apparatus that he himself appointed that he had to let go with hold on the military aid but he still refused to do so after all of the explicit arguments. We know that happened within the administration that to hold up that aid much longer would constitute a criminal act. We now know. I know that after all those weeks and months of consternation and conflict and concern and CYA inside the administration. We know right before vice president pence went and took this meeting at the highest levels of the Defense Department. The chief of staff to the Secretary of Defense was reassuring other officials inside the Pentagon. Oh don't worry. This is going to be over soon when Mike Pence takes that meeting was the Linski on Tuesday. It's all GonNa get sorted. Why do they think it was all going to get sorted? President trump was just impeached for demanding that Ukraine give him investigations into Joe Biden. That would help two minutes twenty twenty reelection effort and conveying to Ukraine. That they wouldn't get there. No much needed military aid until they made that commitment to do those investigations. So you won't get the military aid unless you agree to do those investigations announce publicly. You're doing those investigations are. You're never gonna see that military aid. We now know that in the defense secretaries office. They thought that that would all click into place as soon as this meeting between Mike Prints and the Ukrainian president took place so it was Mike Pence who was supposed to personally get the assurance from the Ukrainian government at that meeting that they were going to announce the investigations. Because that was the deal right. That's what everybody was waiting. They can't get the military aid until they announced the investigations. Don't worry they'll be able to get the military aid as soon as Mike Pence has that meeting. And that's what they were waiting on right at least according to the chief of staff to the Secretary of defense man man. Whose name is Eric Tuning? He put it in writing. Don't worry this will. All End. Wants Mike Pence takes that meeting. So says Eric Tuning Defense Secretaries Chief of Staff Eric. Tuning the defense secretary staff has just suddenly resigned his job his resignation announced today on the same day that former national security adviser John Bolton again is right there in the room for that meeting and again resigned suddenly without much explanation right right in the middle of the scandal right. As the Ukraine aid was finally being released and the whistleblower complaint was finally being processed and heading toward Congress John Bolton today released a statement saying if he is subpoenaed in the impeachment trial of president trump. He will appear and testify all the Senate is now back in accession. We don't yet know how the Senate is going to proceed with the impeachment trial for President Trump but obviously John Bolton's declaration that he will testify if summoned. He will will testify at the president's impeachment trial in the Senate if they send him a subpoena obviously raises the stakes on the Republican efforts in the Senate to try to a whole the impeachment trial without hearing from any witnesses

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Unredacted Ukraine Documents Reveal Extent of Pentagon's Legal Concerns

The Lead with Jake Tapper

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Unredacted Ukraine Documents Reveal Extent of Pentagon's Legal Concerns

"The politics lead now amidst the presidential impeachment involving withheld White House meeting for the President of Ukraine Secretary of State. Mike pompeo cancelled his planned trip to Ukraine bear. He would have met with Ukrainian Presidents Alinsky. The State Department saying Pompeo did so so in order to monitor the violence surrounding Iraqi embassy. This news comes as new reporting from the website just security showing us. What's behind some of those black lines James? In the redacted emails the trump administration was forced to hand over to those requesting it which include warnings from the Pentagon that the hold on military Ukraine rain broke the law and that the decision withhold the aid came right from the top. CNN Sara Murray reports in the face of mornings from the Pentagon on that holding nearly four hundred million dollars in Ukraine could be illegal. A top budget official made it clear. The orders were coming directly from the President Clear Direction from Port Chris to continue to hold Michael Duffy. Atop Office of Management and budget official wrote in an email to Defense Department Comptroller Elaine mccusker on August thirtieth national security focused website just security reviewed the unredacted emails which had previously been released by the trump administration with heavier reductions. The emails reportedly show that weeks. Earlier mccusker flagged concerns that if the hold wasn't lifted soon the Pentagon couldn't guarantee all of the money would reach Ukraine and time. The emails highlight the finger pointing between Owen. Be and the Defense Department over the freeze on Ukraine funds today no MB. Spokesperson said. There was agreement every step of the way between Dod and lawyers who are responsible eligible for working out the details of the hold in line with the president's priorities Defense Department officials disagreed. One said we were always concerned about the ramifications sins of holding the military assistance to Ukraine the new details come as the impeachment proceedings remain in limbo White House. Aides were in touch with Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell's office over the holidays. But when the Senate returns tomorrow McConnell plans to continue business as usual until Nancy Pelosi officially transmits the articles of impeachment. Each mint your house. Democrats seem to be suggesting they'd prefer never to transmit the articles Democratic lawmakers including Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are already seizing on these emails pointing to them as evidence that any kind of fair trial in the Senate is going to need to include documents documents and witnesses from the trump administration. Jake all right Sara Murray. Thanks so much and this is how Nancy Pelosi just responded to these new emails on a tweet trump engaged in unprecedented resonated total obstruction of congress hiding these emails all other documents and his top aides from the American people. His excuse was a phony complain about the house process. What's the excuse now? Why won't trump McConnell allow a fair trial? What do you make that argument Asia? What it is something that they're going to really drill down on these unredacted emails? They really do raise questions because you had ownby general counsel has sent a letter to the GAO so Basically saying that that they had held up this money and that the reason why they held up this money that but it didn't really make a big difference. That dod was telling them that there was no risk that this money wouldn't go out but what you see in. These emails is the direct opposite of what will be said that there was a risk that this money was going to be held up and there was a legal concern and this goes to the heart of what kind of Republicans have been saying that this was just people. This was just the deep state. They just disagreed with policy but the concern that we're being raised. Were not about policy. They were about legal issues. People in the Dod thought that this was illegal that they were withholding this money. I and here's this. One unredacted email from August thirtieth of last year from Michael Duffy. He's Office of Management and budget official to Elaine mccusker. She's a Pentagon comptroller. Roller mentions the quote clear direction from Potus President of the United States to continue to hold this obviously flies right in the face of those who are saying. There's nothing meantime president trump to this and. I don't think that many people actually believed that the number of Publicans elected officials the real people people the the the number who think it was a perfect call and there was nothing here is fairly low. The question is again whether that rises to the point point they want him removed. And that's a real open question. I'm not real sure what we're doing at this point. Are we going to transmit the articles of impeachment. Are we going to Redo the thing in the house because as we have more information or they just asking to be in control of the Senate rules and all of that sounds like Gobbledygook. That's what it sounds like to normal people as well and it will continue to sound like that which is y this is sort of stagnant and has been for quite some time and that part matters one of these I would say yes and no right if Democrats keep it very simple which is the president of the United States should tell the truth. Why are you blocking material evidence because every time in the last couple of weeks we've got new information? It undermines the president so it looks like he's using his power or to protect himself. And why won't you let these people come forward and testify now when we went through the house proceedings. Republicans kept saying well. These people don't have direct knowledge. Okay so now now Schumer saying we want people with direct knowledge. This report gives us more information from security. That gives an actually the New York Times even earlier. This week gives us more information of exactly. What kind of direct knowledge these individuals hat and their participation so I think if Democrat now that they're in this phase of negotiating? I'm sure tomorrow is going to be full of lots of bluster on the Senate floor. That'll be great. However I think this gives Schumer and Pelosi some leverage? It's not just about Mitch McConnell. It's about those senators who are vulnerable honorable right that doesn't move those needle move Nina with those enough Republicans. Four Republican senators. What would be needed for anything at the end of the day? Fifty one votes wins. I haven't seen that yet collins and Murkowski who expressed concerns but then they also say we're concerned with the democratic process or in case she said I'm open to waiting on the witnesses until after the case so if they're not willing to get behind Democrats in this push for firsthand witnesses and documents. It's just not going to happen. Would you look like you're about to say yeah. I'm just. I'm just skeptical. That there's enough enthusiasm to on this issue on the issue of witnesses inside a Senate trial among Americans wants to put enough pressure on a couple of senators for them to go. Oh Yeah we're GONNA change the way we do this. I can hardly and buck McConnell. It's very hard to imagine a president venting about a lot of things on twitter today as want quoted a conservative commentator from the NOCCO saying quote. It seems the Democrats have shot themselves in the foot in one one more way and this president is being persecuted over three years with one investigation after another and and that really plays to his base. It's it's an argument to me because I mean things are not clear cut here. We had the impeachment proceeding. And then it's just kind of as Mayor Catherine some points on hold and we're not really sure what's going to happen and the country is divided right like even though some polls have shown that the majority of the country thinks that he did something wrong that the president president did something wrong. They are divided on what happens next And so I think probably what you're having now is a Democrat trying to decide. What are they what type of pressure they can really put on president trump? He was saying that he wanted a trial but in the past few days. He's kind of been hinting that maybe he doesn't care what happens. I think he wants to be vindicated. I I think he's GonNa want some type of trial but it's not clear how much the Democrats are really going to be able to dictate that. Are they putting the Democrats putting enough pressure directly on Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski Mitt Romney any other vulnerable Republican with ads with democratic grassroots activists. I mean I haven't seen that I agree with you. I haven't seen enough of it. I think there have been some efforts. It was a little bit challenging. I think during the holidays now that we're back in January. I think it'll be a lot easier and again as long as as they keep it simple. I think there is a very fair argument to be made about the facts and the

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