17 Burst results for "Paul Muller"
"paul muller" Discussed on Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast
"Same presentation style still use. Today to takashi method was one or two words for slide at a picture and moving on and you tell the rest of it. It caused great consternation and concern because the immediate reaction. Is you take a look at the slides rather than number of slides. You take a look at how much time you have. And most people then have a freak out what very few people do is they actually go through it to realize it's not one minute per slide and if you knew anything about raff he's not about lecturing at you. It's all about engagement interactivity in getting people interested in the conversation. He's not lecturing at you. Were talking down at you. That's not the purpose of the intent. If it were a raft. Never do all the opposite. He's invited to or that's why he was always so selective about. Who's the audience. Are we going to have a good time. And are we going to walk away learning something and continuing the conversation. The answer is no. You were pretty hard pressed to get raft to commit. I think obstinate was the word big over somebody using prep. I remember sitting down with an emphasis world right after right after i started with the show. And you're going over your slides before your presentation and it was like i swear he said it was like one of the first times you're doing is you're use this method and it was like what we're presiding. I was like what the heck is it. Turns out it works man. So dan pablo remember. Paul i do so paul. Introduce me the great. Paul muller one of my favorite all time human beings. He's not eccentric. He's he's also strong opinion polls eccentric. Let's face it. He's one of my favorite ozzy's but he introduced me to this thing and he basically said listen. Your presentation style is good. But you've got two choices. You're doing one of them poorly or the other one poorly sometimes both is that you can have your audience listened to you or you can have your audience read slides. But they can't do both so you have to pick. You can either have busy slides and just like the breed or you can have sparse slides and have them listen to you. And i'm like why i'm up there. Because hopefully they're listening to because great so picture. Slides cited and the rest is history. But it's i today. I look if people with like nine bullet points in thirty point. Five donna on a slide was seven pictures or graph. And i'm going okay..
"paul muller" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
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"paul muller" Discussed on Mythical Monsters
"But for the moment the ogre was still in bed fighting off his wine induced headache as the morning light filtered into his room. He bathed his wife to go upstairs. Here's and prepare the boys for cooking a moment later. He heard her scream. The ogre shot out of bed and rushed to his wife side. What he saw made his eyes cloud red with rage? Those cursive human. Boys had tricked him into slaying. His beloved daughters with his own hands he turned to his trembling wife. Bring bring me my seven league boots. I will make those little wretches pay for their treachery. Uh little thumb breathed hard as he and his brothers fled through the woods. They had run all through the night barely stopping to rest just as the sun rose and light pierced through the treetops. Little thumb was surprised to see himself in familiar surroundings. His heart slept as he realized that they were on a path back to their parents home. Surely his father and mother wouldn't turn little thumb and his brothers away when they found out what had happened to them. Just as little thumb was beginning to relax. He heard a thunderous crashing behind him. Fielder had landed on a distant hilltop crushing the giant trees. As if they were nothing more than twigs in a single bound the yogurt then traversed to another hilltop. He was getting closer in a matter of moments he would be upon them thinking quickly. Little thumb ushered his brothers into a small hollow nestled underneath a rocky outcropping dirt dirt and pebbles rained down upon them. As the ogre's footsteps shook the ground then with a sudden jarring blast they. They heard the ogre land on top of their hiding place. The boys held each other close. Surely this was the end a long frightful moment passed as they waited for the ogre to grab them but then a powerful vibration echoed through. They're hiding place. Little thumb recognized the sound from the night before the ogre was snoring. Little thumb was shocked. He he didn't understand why the ogre would elect to rest right before his moment of triumph. What little thumb didn't know was how exhausting seven in league boots can be unaware the magical items had sensed the ogre's evil intent while the ogre could still use their power? It came came at a great cost while the boots allow you to run many many leagues at the end of your journey. You'll still feel the fatigue from the exertion and left exhausted from his search. He fell asleep the moment he landed atop the rock. The ogre snoring deepened as the minutes past little thumb. Knew he had to investigate. He crawled out of the whole shrugging off his brother's desperate attempts to pull pull him back. Inside emerging into the sunlight little thumb could see the ogre's boots hanging over the side of the Rock. They daesh shimmered with a magical aura. Little thumb didn't know what seven league boots were but he deduced that they had bestowed the ogre with the the ability to traverse such long distances. Perhaps he could harness their power for himself. Moving moving quickly little thumb slipped the boots off the ogre's feet thankfully the beast's strength was not restored and he remained in his deep slumber. Once little thumb took off the boots they shrank and shifted. He knew that when he put them on they would be a perfect to fit confident. That the ogre would continue sleeping. Little thumb shepherded his brothers from their hiding place. He told them to hurry home. He had one last thing to take care of. Little thumb was right. The boots conformed perfectly to his feet. He felt a surge of energy as their power coursed through him. Leaving the sleeping ogre behind he bounded off with long leaping strides within moments he was back at the monsters doorstep. The Ogre's wife was sitting outside. Did her face streaked with tears as he approached. She shot him a venomous glare. What do you want you little? It'll creighton little thumb bowed his head. I'm sorry I deceived your husband the way I did. And I'm afraid that I come. Bearing more bad news. News a bloodthirsty gang of thieves has captured your husband. If he doesn't give them all the gold and silver he has they will kill him. Luckily I saw the whole thing happened. And he gave me his magic boots. So I could communicate the message to you with all haste. Upon hearing this this the woman burst into tears. She ran into the house and emerged with a large sack of coins. I know you must not I have Pity for us but believe me when I say that my husband loves his children dearly he may seem like a monster to you but he's still my husband. Please hurry back and give those thieves what they want. She handed little from the bag and and he took off at once. He didn't look back. Despite the wife's moving plea little thumb had no regrets about what he had done his actions were all in the name of survival and now with Yoga's wealth in hand little thumb and and his family would never want for anything again when he arrived home. Little little thumb was greeted like a conquering hero. His brothers had safely returned and the ogre was nowhere to be found without his magic boots. Little thumb figured the evil beast would be wandering the forest for a very long time. Indeed little thumb never saw the the ogre or his wife ever again they were able to live comfortably for the rest of their lives soon. The painful experience was nothing. Nothing more than a distant memory. But that's not necessarily how the story ends. Perhaps fearing veering little thumb would be viewed as too cruel for heaping even more misery onto the Ogre's Family Perot included an alternate ending to this tale will instead of stealing money from the ogre. Perot has little thumb. Used the seven league boots to become the king's personal messenger unburdened burdened by the same fatigue that plagued the ogre little thumb is able to make a fortune through this line of work rather than succeeding through trickery and deceit eat. He attains his wealth through hard work and dedication but regardless of the ending little thumb is able to use his wits to overcome overcome an insurmountable obstacle. In this case. The ogre represents the obstacle of a seemingly unending famine and while a famine Hamin can't be outsmarted. The story shows that with enough determination. A person can outlast. Even the most dire of circumstances us through the villainous ogre parole was able to represent one of his societies deepest anxieties a social rather than moral well threat and that ability to represent different. Societal problems is what has made the ogre such versatile fairytale monster in little thumb. The dilemma is how to cope with a devastating famine in Motorola. It's the question of whether a son should be blamed for his father's sends in Shrek. It's the issue of being judged for our outward appearance and not by our inner character this ability to harness ernest variety of issues ensures ogres will continue to appear in stories for many years to come there so compelling because they remind us the true monsters don't always lurk in the night sometimes they lurk within us and thanks for listening to mythical monsters. We'll we'll be back next week with a new episode. You can find all episodes of mythical monsters and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only despite defy if I already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. Like mythical monsters for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream mythical monsters on spotify just open the APP and type mythical monsters in the search bar and don't Oh forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. I'll see you next time. Mythical monsters was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and part of the podcast network it is produced by. I'm Max and Ron Cutler sound designed by Trent Williamson with Production Assistance Byron Shapiro Paul Muller and Carly Madden this episode of mythical. Cool monsters was written by Alex Benetton. I'm Vanessa Richardson..
"paul muller" Discussed on Mythology
"Thanks again for tuning into mythology. We'll be back Tuesday with a new episode for more information nation on a Nancy amongst the many sources we used we found the Akon trickster cycle myth or folk tale by Quessy Janka extremely helpful fool to our research. You can find more episodes of mythology and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite the music but now spotify making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythology for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker two stream mythology on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type mythology in the search bar. If you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tales presents fairy tales the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairy tales are right exactly suitable for children and every other Saturday we dive into another and dark classic tale several of you have asked how to help mythology. If you enjoy the show the best way to help us to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast our cast network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. A mythology was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Max and Ron Cutler sound designed by Michael Lang's ner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Paul Muller Maggie Maggie Admire and Freddie Beckley. This episode of mythology was written by Greg Castro. The amazing cast voice actors includes Mike Kaposi Sky a King Samantha more Steve Pinto and Brent Schneider. I'm Vanessa Richardson as promised. Here's Today's episode of Scorpio Today. If you like what you hear find Scorpio today along with the rest of the astrological signs for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts simply go to the search bar and type in the name of your sign and the word today for example aries today Gemini today or Capricorn Today Good Morning Scorpio today's Tuesday September tenth two thousand nineteen. The Sun is at seventeen degrees virgo opposing neptune at seventeen degrees. He's Pisces everything will be pulling itself out of balance today and you might feel equally rocky remember. That bump in the road does not mean a catastrophe ahead. The bad comes with a good better. Times are just around the corner. This is Scorpio today a podcast original. Let's begin your day. Neptune is at the farthest reaches of our solar system and today Neptune up tune in the sun or pulling the other planets apart emotions will run high and others may try to make your day more complicated than it needs to be. Try to stay focused and take none of the negativity personally now take a moment to reflect on your relationships chips this friction between the sun in Neptune could cause friction in your relationships. Too plans might get cancelled last minute in it so be prepared for a letdown again. Try not to take it personally. Everyone is in their own heads today and will need your understanding. Perhaps today is a good day to avoid Pisces whose emotional heart will be extra sensitive. If something arises between the two of you understand. You've likely done nothing wrong but let them know you're willing to chat and work through it. Consider the work you you do and your career. The letdowns may keep on coming group projects breakdown today. It might not be a productive work day so keep your head down and try to lay low others can get frustrated. You can get ahead. I'll be back tomorrow with the days horoscope until then cherish your intensity your passion and your ideals feels as they guide your wild heart to learn more about your horoscope visit California psychics and connect today Scorpio. Today is a podcast original..
"paul muller" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program
"I'm your host ship joy in-studio today as always by the one the <music> only d._j. Peanut butter pickles aka the king of case quit eight k. a. The fried of san jose state journalism ladies and gentlemen joined in studio by producer danny y gang welcome back to the show. Thank you ask treatments say it's been a while to creed while i think it was fun of mud or state. That was okay so i was a creek would be like allah. God rights surgeries so will ironic. You bring up stains so we both in super-busy. We've been offer several weeks those because we've we've made multiple problems over the years. We're going to be a weekly show and unfortunately the show is not going to be weekly because denial both really busy. I mean date how when you have like a job job starting school at san jose state route commutes which is like at least an hour each way okay. The radio doesn't take up too much time you know but still think this which i love doing and you have a relationship yeah exactly i forget about those things another relationship of course not right but the life part of the life yeah yeah good. Call wait when i say and you know you guys. I'm really busy. I'm working for cabrillo. I'm freelance writing. You know i'm trying to find new places to have my work appear in addition to that not i have relationship on life and wife and a dog and a family so you know we're really busy and we're doing our best to give you guys as much contents tennis began but every now and then they'll just be these little lulls between between new episodes when new episodes come out savor the flavor baby they're enjoying again speaking of enjoying it while you can can we talked about leading our current podcasting host <hes> for a while now but because dan united so busy just has yet to the happened so sometime by the end of august we will be officially switching over to soundcloud is the host for all of our content. What that means is that. We are essentially going to wipe out the archives. The archives are going to go completely away and then we may or may not release some of those great episodes again so if you want them for for yourself. 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If there's anything in particular have you ever had a guest or someone that you want us to interview. Please don't hesitate to refer us. Connect us over instagram facebook or beriot reach out to us over email. My email is g. P. s. at coastal athlete program dot com right so we got some of the business out of the way top show by the way. If you guys want to support show we are still looking for patrons on patria. Yes i have played around the idea possibly selling bathwater that i've dabbled in did you about that. <hes> you know i conclude around with <hes> different filters on our chat so that i can look like a dog or a magical katie or whatever <hes> and despite all of that we still have. We only have a couple of patrons in the wanna. Make sure we say thank you to them to each and every one of our patients you guys really you make you make it possible possible for us to continue to host the show online but if you're interested don't forget good patron dot com and look for the coastal athlete program and then click on that identity now one right didi. We had been away allow. Yes we have any big news in your life. As last time we saw each other big news not really big news. I mean i just got back from new orleans so that was another reason why we haven't recorded anything. I just been out of town. Yes the windy eddie. City is hot in stale in you can swim through the air so thicker yet humidity's no joking south now phone. Oh i thought it was prepared. I got out of the airport gasping for air. Almost what is this but it was really the fun lot of good food lotte great music for that yeah. It was awesome. What was what have you ever been in new orleans before no. Did you see a lot the station seattle because a lot of people have talked to said that like between the airport and downtown you can still see where you are on some kind of behind. There are still some neighborhoods. You could totally see that are there. I saw some houses that just have a facade and that's it sixteen. It's been it's been two thousand eight. Katrina happened two four meeting four okay. It was it was but it's it's been a while and you could still see it for sure and you to trip is like walking around like the french quarter in even deeper into louisiana. There's a seashells all over the ground and like oh that's weird because every hurricane comes that like sweeps up the mississippi a town. It's it's wild to see just shells in the middle of the f. The settlement of young that is interesting. I think the city lost over twenty. Five percent of its population think there was crazy. Crazy may vitamin forty percent but that a lot of the population every team back after after the floods. We went back east. We take a little vacation. Beginning to live is not for sports. Season starts out in my world turns into utter lockdown so does my wife and i flew back east spend a few days on the cape cape went whale-watching. We'll get into that in a later episode saw <unk> not only you'll be some really interesting humpback whale activity but a congress interesting interesting questions and but i don't wanna spoil that that's coming in our next episode of the show <hes> but what i really wanted to get into was last week. I flew across the country twice in thirty six six hours because my grandfather paul muller was honored on the field at the new york yankees game against the baltimore orioles on the fourteenth. Some it was gravel. Rebel was incredible so i wanna kind of want to tell the whole thing so let me start with the backstory mike my grandfather when he was fifteen years old lives in the bronx is the german air germany child german migrants right you know and my grandfather basically was really really sports. In particular he was really into the yankees is like the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties so he wrote an essay for an essay writing contest and he broke down the entire yankee lineup and why it was the way that it was so like roger marris does this because this little roger marris does babe ruth does this because it will babe ruth us well. He got picked. He got picked to be a win so a he one three thousand dollars in today's dollars cash or thousand right and he got to go to the house of arguably one of the greatest baseball players ever babe ruth. He gets a medium shake. His hand has picture taken him was on the cover of newspaper so that's baxter <unk> everyone in my family except for my mother my father and i root for the yankees right my uncles for the yankees my aunts my cousins and they're all like hard for yankee fans in growing up <hes> you know they were really into the yankees in the nineties arguably the greatest team of all time you know like i couldn't stand the yankees because i felt like they were winner. Pickers felt if they bought on the best players and because we moved to when i was a kid i took my allegiance island san for cisco will get into my ties to the to the organization another time but a long story short. There was a line in the sand. I pick my side and i've always had this anti yankee a yankee opinion ever since now harder to hate this year's team i mean they got a lot of homegrown talent. Guys like judge like judge edge sanchez etc. There's a lot of really interesting and compelling young players but regardless now yankee fan only get the new yankee stadium once i went to the pinstripe bowl back in two thousand twelve when notre dame played rockers really fun game by the way but i was pre pre lit up at the time side surly explored the explore the menu so my cousins ac makes this big push and says i think we can get grandpa honored during a yankee game there i salute to service that we have a chance to do this and grandma's ninety eight years old and we he he starts by like reaching the organization and ninety percent of this. I wanna give credit to my cousin because he he did so much legwork. He did dealt with all the tails he interacted with the yankees. He went to new york archives. I earn library archives and found the original photo film and gave us all like hi rez copy of the news article and everything like that so it's been this really great opportunity for him to reconnect to the history of my grandfather long story short the yankees approve proven right. I checked in a little bit. Everybody in the family did a little something you know. Some people explain what this means. Some people research something. Some people helped rewrite through stuff. You know what i mean like. We did everything everybody chipped in. My grandfather. Get selected and i make the decision like you know. I think i'll try and get a press press. Pass reach out like why not yankee. Stadium has really strict rules about you can't bring laptops in- and you can't bring cameras with lenses over three inches or something they have very stringent rules and <hes> so reach out to the front office talk to a representative. He tells me red big email <unk> big email like hey journalists. I'd like to write this article and talk about the fact that like this ninety eight year old world war two in korea veteran that babe ruth truth was just on the field of yankee stadium the organization gets in touch with me by phone and explains that they're denied my request and then you know somebody else reaches out to be the organization with an email like i just want to explain why we denied your. I have no people the yankees. This is totally equal. This is something i would have liked to have done. I can't to try to get yeah. I mean and i just wanted to take pictures of like before during after which as will get to would have been irrelevant so so so we just got back from the east coast the week before flying is not my favorite thing in the world and physically. It's very helpful. Yeah we talked about this <hes> and <hes> so i catch a red eye on tuesday night at work monday tuesday at the school right sports start up up next week so like my world is slowly getting fuller and so our monday and tuesday like tuesday six thirty at night my flatly plainly nine.
"paul muller" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"paul muller" Discussed on KGO 810
"Chip Franklin on K G O eight. Franklin here on KIRO radio yesterday. We told you that Paul Manafort had lied to Muller and his prosecutors and forfeited his plea deal. Question is Muller. Get what he wanted joining us right now from the Washington Post is Rachel winer. Great piece today. Rachel did Muller. Get what he wanted. I don't know that they got what they wanted. I think clearly they would have rather him continue to cooperate. And do I guess we're so frustrated and felt it was so clear that he lied that. They would rather just come out with a report on that. So we might get some interesting public information when the detailed these quote lies and crimes to the court. But I think they wanted Corsi to plead guilty and cooperate. And they wanted Manafort to continue cooperating obviously Palma both of them decided they would possibly rather take their chances with the president and be able to say, look, we we stayed loyal. We didn't work with special counsel. But obviously he did. I mean, he he he did speak with them. And this is kind of like Carter page in the beginning Carter page at be well, I'll have to be kind of smacked into reality. Look, we're going to send you away for a long time Carter page got it together, he became and is still a good witness. They're carrying them Ford into January. Hi, it's Nikki I have a question though, if Trump pardons Manafort, and it can be proven that Trump did that so that Manafort wouldn't testify I mean, isn't that obstruction of Justice? Oh, that's that's tough. I mean, the president does have pardoning power that it's I think he can't obstruction Justice investigation. He has a to pardon. But if that pardon obstructs an investigation, especially wanted to him, I mean that would seem to indicate again, you know, there's Manafort also can be tried in Virginia. He can be tried in New York. And and Trump anything about that. And and he's already now in his plea even know he's no longer cooperating, according to a special counsel, he admitted guilt to all of the crimes who was accused of. So that would make it almost impossible for him to beat any state charges or whether or not New York can prosecute or not it does nonetheless it opens up huge constitutional crisis. But he did also he only pled guilty to conspiracy against the United States. Even though he admitted guilt to other right? So I think there's the investigations in New York, which are you know, sort of related, but not exactly the same. What about the latest news from the guardian that says that Manafort and the Russians had visited WikiLeaks leading up to the election? Well, not he's been completely unequivocal. He put out a statement saying this never happened. It's libellous obviously a lawsuit. The guardian from Paul Manafort, which is what he's threatening would be fascinating. But he he I mean, not to say, of course, Paul Manafort lied before. And said that he you know was not out there. You know, writing public opinion for Ukraine when you was that he wasn't talking to co-conspirator. It's when he was so you have to take it with a grain of salt. But his statement is this is accordion story is completely false. And that he has never met Julian Assange, we're talking to Rachel wider from the Washington Post. But what people forget is it Manafort worked for Ukraine Ukrainian, president Russian oligarchs close to Putin. He was trying to get influence in the United States government for Russians. That's why he went to work for Trump for free. Yeah. And I think if he you know is he going to trial in DC. I think we would have gotten a lot more interesting detail on that because that's where he was charged with breaking the lobbying laws, and of course, since he chose to plead guilty. We never got the amount of detail. We would have otherwise on exactly what he did. I mean, Paul Manafort, you know, throughout his career was really a lobbyist to push the legal envelope. In terms of what is influence versus what is corruption. And I think a lot of people. Said we're not surprised to see him prosecuted and felt that he'd, you know, cross that line before, you know, he'd had to testify in eighty s about you know, helping steer, HUD contracts and at the time, he's just influence peddling. That's what I do. So. Here. Finally, it did cross that line. Well, here's a question. What does it benefit Trump now pardoned Manafort, well, I think some of the speculation is that he spared, the president aid embarrassing trial right before the election, which would what would have happened if you've gone to trial in DC by pleading guilty and goes this could go back that far. We don't know for sure, but it's possible. And you know, now he can go to the president and say, look they said I gave them I did not give them what they wanted. I didn't give them anything useful I plead guilty just to avoid embarrassment and the expense. But I have not betrayed you. And I think that would be a reasonable tweet. If you look at what the president has said today, it's it's sympathetic. It saying, you know, Muller has gone rogue. It's clear that he is on Paul manafort's sightedness, Rachel wander from the Washington Post, and we're talking about Paul Muller. And this is a guy who worked for a foreign government. Didn't register as an agent wanted to get close to the president. So he could get more proximity to power in the end tried to use this power for his financial gain. Now, if if Trump pardons him the whole thing just looks ugly it smells, ugly. It's not who we are as nation. I mean, it's like you said it's possible. They could look at that as obstruction of Justice. I think they it. It seemed like they were moving towards closing the investigation. And if anything this metaphor. Memorandum might be one of their sort of big public statements on this as much as any report on Trump. You know, they got his written responses. But of course, if if new things develop that point to some sort of deal, and that could be grounds for more investigations, Rachel winer at last question here, I guess is that I always was under the impression that the thing that Manafort worried the most about was losing his fortune now with this deal. He does lose that money. He doesn't get to keep anything is that true. And if that is true then that kind of play against trying to help the president out. I mean, financially Trump's how does he how does he get his money back? How does he regain any of his fortune? Sure. I mean, not. That's honestly, good question. And we part of our understanding when he put Gupta was part of it was that he had just simply run out of money. And you know, they've already I think a Bank has challenged one of the forfeiture orders. But for the most other than that, it's you know, it's already in the special counsel hands. So we don't really know. I think maybe we assume that he'll try to rehabilitate himself and move forward again. But yeah, those government seizures has already begun. So even if he's pardoned there might be some legal maneuvers. He could try to claw back some of his fortune. But that's unclear interesting times to say, the least thank you, Rachel. Appreciate a great stuff. Thank you coming up next. It's the Ron report right after that. Why did the secret service go to Tom Arnold's house? What did he say about Trump? You'll hear that coming up here on Keijo Franklin.
"paul muller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Are fed up with the media, but independence in a New Hampshire. Focus group assembled by Franklin's. Also, see the news business as biased. I don't think. The media treats anything fairly. I think the media is too skewed left and right. And they don't really see anything in the middle. I will switch channels. I'll do CNN, and then I'll go to talks, and then go to MSNBC, and you can hear you can just sense the slant, but that information's helpful. I think the media now has an agenda whether it is FOX CNN, whoever you don't tell the truth. I don't think they consistently tell the truth. That's pretty interesting. They did a focus group of independence, and they feel like the media comes with the stories from a point of view. I would imagine they're mostly talking about cable news, although you'd be talking about the newspaper industry, but I think a lot of people get those newspaper stories from the reporter on a cable news show could be but the newspapers are the same in the TV networks are the same. The reason I wanted to play that one happened recently over the weekend. But I thought yesterday was a perfect example of it as the the FOX coverage of the Manafort story versus Dennis NBC's coverage of the Manafort store, I mean, they couldn't have been further apart. So you got to do your homework. You gotta take an as much information as you can and trying to figure out what is, and what isn't I don't think the Manafort thing is that big a deal, but the MSNBC's Paul Manafort. He's going to spend the rest of his life in prison, unless Trump he's not be that'll be controversial now that would be a problem. I think that could turn into a problem and anybody you he yells at it. I want to sit down and talk about Mark rich. It's like we were talking about with the border situation. If you want to debate the policy, that's fine. But your tears streaming down your face moral. Outrage is hilarious to me when you didn't express it when Barack Obama did it Marc rich pardon by Bill Clinton, March to he was a tax evading high-level criminal, but he was a big contributor to Clinton machine. And so on bills last day in office he pardoned him which crimes against the American people, which he gets killed for by even liberal egregious. It was inexcusable. Well, let's talk about it. I wanna talk about that Clinton Amy special a little bit at some point. I watched the first episode yesterday. Yeah. I it's ruined. Spinach dip for me. Judy actually had spinach dip on our vacation with like cheesy spinach. The Monica thought, that's what that was on her dress. I'll tell you what that that gets way too much attention, the whole Monica Lewinsky part of it, it's a six part series. I didn't realize that it's called the Clinton affair, and it's really about the whole special counsel Ken Starr investigation, how it got from whitewater to sex and all that, and it's hell a relevant to the Muller probe and what's going on right now. And what we might get here any day. Sure. The headline Paul Muller's tax evasion. Woes? Yeah. As practically nothing to do with Russian collusion, and it's damn interesting. Anyway, I'll talk about that later. So story that came out Friday got a lot of news coverage for anybody to following the news on black Friday. Was the headline that the Trump administration has thirteen agencies at signed onto a paper that said the US economy. We'll take a ten percent hit. In the year. Twenty one hundred. Because of climate change. So that is an eighty year out prediction of economics and weather, which I find laughable coming together coming together taking things that there's no possible way. You can tell me what's going to happen next week and telling me what's going to happen and a hundred years playing the gather it's just to me makes if my if my investment guy told me something was going to happen five years from now. I think that what? Yeah. That's a stretch. Oh god. I'd say, but one hundred years from now sound crazy to me. But we got this text, which I thought was pretty interesting meteorologist hear you. Don't hear a lot of criticism of the climate reports because it will absolutely destroy your career. Even if you agree with the principle of anthropogenic global warming. That's human beings are causing the world to get warmer, certainly contributing. Yeah. And I'm willing to believe that's true. I think it probably is but disagree with the most extreme forecast of its potential damage. You will be tarred and feathered perfect example increased sea-surface temperatures lead to stronger hurricanes, but anyone that says it could be somewhat mitigated by other things has been labelled a hack I need to stay anonymous because it would be bad for my career, which should be doable. But because you don't know my name, but I have a PHD in atmospheric science is info is coming from a legitimate meteorologist. If you don't go along with the prevailing wisdom on this thing. You can't stay in your career. I read a great piece about a number of periods in scientific history where that sort of lockstep was enforced and each and every time it led to terrible results where you weren't allowed to speak out against the quote, unquote, scientific consensus. That's and it's worth pointing out. That's the opposite of what scientists doesn't hold her opposite, no pun intended. So who is this guy? Nathan Rothman that was a morning Joe. So this is the first time I saw him. He's he does some contributing stuff for their various magazines, whether he's just kind of an analyst for them. Let's play this data projection of specific impacts is something we should look on with skepticism because it has been proven in the past that these projections are very specific impacts.
"paul muller" Discussed on KGO 810
"Fed up with the media, but independence, a New Hampshire. Focus group assembled by Franklin's. Also, see the news business as biased. I don't think. The media treats anything fairly. I think the media is too skewed left and right. And they don't really see anything in the middle. I will switch channels outdo CNN. And then I'll go to FOX. And then I'll go to MSNBC, and you can hear you can just sense the slant, but that information's helpful. I think the media now has an agenda whether it is FOX CNN, whoever you don't think they tell the truth. I don't think they consistently told the truth. That's pretty interesting. They did a focus group of independence, and they feel like the media comes with the stories from a point of view. I would imagine they're mostly talking about cable news, although you'd be talking about the newspaper industry, but I think a lot of people get those newspaper stories from the reporter on a cable news show could be but the newspapers are the same. And the TV networks are the same. The reason I wanted to play that one happened recently over the weekend. But I thought yesterday was a perfect example of it as the the FOX coverage of the Manafort story versus Dennis NBC's coverage of the Manafort store, I mean, they couldn't have been further apart. So you got to do your homework. You gotta take it as much information as you can and try to figure out what is, and what isn't I don't think the Manafort thing is that big a deal, but the MSN be Paul Manafort. He's going to spend the rest of his life in prison unless Trump partisan. He's gotta be that'll be controversial now that would be a problem. I think that could turn into a problem and anybody you he yells at it. I want to sit down and talk about Mark rich. It's like we were talking about with the border situation. If you want to debate the policy, that's fine. But your tears streaming down your face moral. Outrage is hilarious to me when you didn't express it when Barack Obama did it Marc rich pardon by Bill Clinton. He was a tax evader high-level criminal, but he was a big contributor to Clinton machine. And so on bills last day in office he pardoned him which were crimes against the American people, which he gets killed four by even liberal. Yeah. Egregious. It was inexcusable. Well, let's talk about. I wanna talk about that Clinton AME special a little bit. At some point. I watched the first episode yesterday. Yeah. I it's ruined. Spinach dip for me. Judy, and I actually had spinach do on our vacation with like cheesy spinach. The Monica thought, that's what that was on her dress. I'll tell you what that that gets way too much attention, the whole Monica Lewinsky part of it, it's a six part series. I didn't realize that it's called the Clinton affair, and it's really about the whole special counsel Ken Starr investigation, how it got from whitewater to sex and all that, and it's hell a relevant to the Muller probe and what's going on right now. And what we might get here any day. Sure. The headline Paul Muller's tax evasion. Woes? Yeah. As practically nothing to do with, you know. Yeah. Russian collusion. It's damn interesting. Anyway, I'll talk about that later. So story that came out Friday got a lot of news coverage for anybody to following the news on black Friday. Was the headline that the Trump administration has thirteen agencies at signed onto a paper that said the US economy. We'll take a ten percent hit. In the year. Twenty one hundred. Because of climate change. So that is an eighty year out prediction of economics and weather, which I find laughable coming together coming together taking things that there's no possible way. You can tell me what's going to happen next week and telling me what's going to happen in one hundred years together. It's just to me makes. I mean, if my if my investment guy told me something was going to happen five years from now. I think that what? Oh, yeah. That's a stretch. Oh god. I'd say one hundred years from now. It sounds crazy to me. But we got this text, which I thought was pretty interesting meteorologist hear you. Don't hear a lot of criticism of the climate reports because it will absolutely destroy your career. Even if you agree with the principle of anthropogenic global warming. That's human beings are causing the world to get warmer, certainly contributing. Yeah. And I'm willing to believe that's true. I think it probably is but disagree with the most extreme forecast of its potential damage. You will be tarred and feathered perfect example increased sea surface temperatures lead to stronger hurricanes. But anyone that says it could be somewhat mitigated by other things has been labelled a hack I need to stay anonymous because it would be bad for my career, which should be doable. Because you don't know my name, but I have a PHD in atmospheric science is info is coming from a legitimate meteorologist. If you don't go along with the prevailing wisdom on this thing. You can't stay in your career. I read a great piece about a number of periods in scientific history. Where that sort of lockstep was enforced in each and every time led to terrible results where you weren't allowed to speak out against the quote, unquote, scientific consensus. That's and it's worth pointing out. That's the opposite of what scientists does it. Hold her opposite, no pun intended. So who is this guy? Nathan Rothman that was morning Joe. So this is the first time I saw him. He's he does some contributing stuff for various magazines, whether he's just kind of an analyst for them. Let's play this projection of specific impacts is something we should look on with skepticism because it has been proven in the past that these projections are very specific impacts failed to meet expectations. The one thousand nine hundred report was wrong on temperatures and rates of increase. The two thousand one report was wrong about snowstorms being more or less intense than normal and just last week. We had a consensus opinion about Oceana temperature is rising being retracted nothing because of the rigors of peer review because a skeptic with a blog observed and dissected the numbers and pointed out the errors in this collective judgments, so how so then when you get to an eighty year projection of climate and.
"paul muller" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Unfortunately, there were a lot of disgraces yesterday. I just want to mention one story quick and I wanna move onto another great article, but just folks, please take everything. I told you to heart today, and if you wouldn't mind, please share this episode with any nonbelievers. Because if we don't spread the word on what's going on and that that disgrace that this Muller probe is and listen one more thing here. I'm sorry, but I don't have a good answer for you. I know what the answer was months ago. I told you the answer if you're listening to the show, if you're a new listener, go back and listen to the library. What was the answer? Joe fire Bob, Muller Bob Muller is not investigating crime. He's investigating Donald Trump. The evidence of untorn activity here is legion. They didn't do it. We're afraid of the fallout, the fallout. We watched the for the destruction of the constitutional republics the fallout. Obviously, that's now off the table. Bob, Bob Muller's team is embedded like kicks. Oh, who's on Bob? Muller steam. Oh, Jeannie re. Oh, what does she represent? The Clinton foundation? Yes, she's on Bob Muller's team. Oh, so's Aaron zeppelin. Oh, who did he represent? Oh, Justin Cooper, the guy involved in the destruction of the blackberries and the Clinton. Oh yeah. Nothing to see their folks. It's all legit. If you're a psycho. I don't have good news for you. Let me leave you with at least a potential solution. I, oh, you that. Pardon? Everyone. Pardon? Pardon everyone. Folks. I'm not saying at this point, Paul Muller was up. Bush shouldn't be Paul Manafort. I'm not suggesting Manafort didn't do anything wrong. I'm not suggesting I don't even this this case is we are. I am not willing at this point to continue to go on with this to destroy Americans. Faith in the DOJ lead to a ideological, basically conflict in the United States that will be unrepaired people. If this continues to go on the faith in the Justice system will be destroyed for generation. I'm not willing to do that to prosecute Paul Manafort for not paying taxes. I'm not give the guy a fine move. Everybody gets pardon. Pardon Flynn? Pardon Manafort. Get this thing over with Muller will have nobody to prosecute. But the political ramifications have some cojones as man. They gotta do this. I know they wanna keep Trump out of this. You're saying because nobody's focused on Russia. Listen at this point, this is out of control. It's the summer do it on a Friday. It'll be done by the next week. He fired, Jim Komi. What did we hear? Joe? It's the end of it Trump's done. They're going to impeach him Trump's at forty, five percent approve approval. He's where Obama was at the same point in his presidency. He will be fine. Pardon? Manafort if he gives you this, I'll leave this caveat in there if he gives pedestrian unity. Pardon Manafort tomorrow. Pardon? Mike Flynn, but Mullah wrapup is thing, right? He's got nowhere to go with it, but he'll still continue to find stuff because again, he's, he's, he's investigating Donald Trump, not a crime. But this is ridiculous. Okay. I heard a really horrible story yesterday. So there was a nominee up for the ninth circuit judicial nominee, Ryan bounds who was thrown to the wolves yesterday by two Republican senators who won. I like one all this withhold comment. But Tim, Scott Marco Rubio through this guy to the wolves. They pulled the vote on them and they pulled the vote on this guy. Although he was more than qualified because of let me read to you, what bothered them. And by the way, I'm not making this up. This is a quote of what he was eliminated for by the way he wrote this in college, a very, very, very long time ago. Now, I know what you're waiting to hear like, oh my gosh. What did he write? What does he some kind of a psycho? This is what he wrote. Multiculturalist band together, not into tight clicks or mutual interests and complementary powers, but rather into social clubs of obstensibly common racial heritage. Oh. Some of you probably scratching your head like. Okay. Could you probably phrase that better? Maybe. Maybe could have said things a little differently. I don't even know what he was saying because I didn't write it. All I know is that was used as an excuse yesterday to basically destroy the life of a more than qualified nominee for the night circuit court of appeals, which by the way, Chucky Schumer is now running around the Senate claiming credit for destroying a Trump nominee..
"paul muller" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Well if paul manafort was reaching out to russia during the campaign asking russia to give the trump campaign assistance it would have been very easy for him to do so through his closest business relationship on earth which is with a guy who is russian military intelligence as of two thousand sixteen i mean if there's a paul manafort russia collusion question right palm in for its relationship with this guy constantine colonic is the key that unlocks that door it seems like it would have to be well that's the other thing that we learned today in this new report from andrew kramer at the new york times as part of a newly reported effort to try to keep the trump administration happy the government of ukraine did force their anticorruption prosecutor to drop his four investigations into paul manafort they also made their anticorruption prosecutor comeback on his offer rescinded his offer to cooperate with the special counsel's office paul muller robert muller and a special counsel's office but the government of ukraine has also let constantin kalinic fleet or russia they have allowed kalinic to quote leaving for russia putting him out of reach for questioning the anticorruption prosecutors and ukraine had reportedly been investigating constantine kalinic for espionage he had definitely been part of their four open corruption investigations into paul manafort since he was paul manafort's guy in ukraine but they let them go they let him go to russia where muller definitely will not be able to get him.
"paul muller" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"I has a gillan i hope you've had a fantastic week this week if you haven't had a chance you should watch my palumbo lou video because it seems to be doing well on the internet everybody seems enjoy the fact that troy paul muller would've shaved years of my life if he would attack with i appreciate that i love that that's incredible it's been a fun week heartland radio had an incredible show monday wednesday they want ghost stunning which is in a 17 minute long video that is actually very well done an incredibly breathtaking at moments where they were trying to ask a ghost to penetrate there's their joining me today we are having a good time we're gonna send you into the weekend i got some playlists coming up for you that you're going to enjoy some new music from each member of the heartland to send you into the weekend a conversation with the beer mile world recordholder three four times now after listened to a store you're going to enjoy the fuck out of it it's friday november 3rd this is the path magazine show i appreciate you for listening hit the music uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh and now the moment you've been waiting for the high school college and pro in the nfl with it being the he's most broad during month indiana we need a woman in the crowd less.
"paul muller" Discussed on KELO
"Watkins are welcome you must be 18 with a valid photo id tainted social security card the suit falls area tonight we'll see some clouds moving in from the north tested purchased audit twenty eight degrees with south land that complied fifteen miles per hour though south winds meet tomorrow gonna be a little bit warmer with a high run fifty three degrees in the afternoon partly cloudy sky basically some clouds and light showers are possible in the morning decrease he clouds and the afternoon west winds will be locked in the twenty by the gal a laptop or ac stormcenter i'm brad smith he's news is happening you're hearing it now kelo newstalk 1320 1079 kelo dot com yeah do you're listening to our fell somewhere to drink coast to coast am from september nineteen thousand two good morning everybody dr paul muller's is my guest he's guys invented now flown.
"paul muller" Discussed on WTMA
"I got a little law a little dmc the little and i will have the entirety of all three networks of their coverage the idea dick story boy i got to be a democrat chris paul muller fullthroated one for where is loving their pillows scherzer plethora of his surfer ferrer let's go to let's go to the phones let's go to jay in northern virginia jay you're on the chris plant shelf hey greg played on other what i'm great jay thank you so i wanted to call you know i'm actually a couple more healing officer i was with a independent offense contract in company we were acquired by numerous agency it but as far as doing and surveillance outside of the country and i got a steady man although started going on it you all realize the amount of paperwork warren and government documents that it has to do that but we did corners that were known criminals outside of the country there's these this certain minute break and i have a pro good for the story that certain vein toward arm that i can go and do well i i tell you what tonight you hang on for me i'm sorry i eyes griese you're in a little window under can you hang on for me for a couple minutes as i can has roger yeah i got thank you very much are.
"paul muller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Bloodthirsty black fly the inviting in fact can now be completely life out and then made follows loaded with feed ap part of the it was considered him miracle chemical in part because of its role in that world work to do right any of us sent a battles sounds there were sold battling the larry o and it was it was incredibly effective so d_t this that krug i feel try claro effing that's like can't that chemical compound was discovered back in the late eighteen hundred soon for a long time nobody no for was good for anything in that in nineteen thirty nine this was chemistry and paul muller discover that it was a very potent insect decides actually in their poison and that in seem to kill all kinds of dogs and at the same time appeared to be harmless two to one blotted species or at least harmless to people and the search for something like that had been going on for quite a long time we had very very fuel tools back then to control at a cultural past or or commercial arrest in commercial residential settings that just weren't good that has to sides i'm tells the development to these this whole class synthetic test decides it included d_t an immensely about a dozen other kind of related once it's it's so it's really hard to overstate how important this discovery was and how eagerly everyone look forward to the time when we be able to use d_t everywhere you quite right it was use principally in theaters of operation during world war to at least initially and and very successfully in nineteen forty three the us army was occupying naples italy and that was enough break of tight fisted and tight this is i diseases communicated by lights and so the army an issue needed a deal ousting operation in which they sprayed.
"paul muller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Can now be completely life out and then made followed slow to feed ap part of the it was consider them miracle chemical in part because of its role in that world war two by any of us sent to battle sounds they were sold battling the larry o and it was it was incredibly effective so d_t this that krug i feel try claro effing that's what kaep that chemical compound was discovered back in the late eighteen hundred soon for a long time nobody no for was good for anything in that in nineteen thirty nine this was chemistry and paul muller discover that it was a very potent insect decides actually in their poison and and seemed kill all kinds of buds and at the same time appeared to be harmless to to warm blotted species or at least harmless to people and the search for something like that had been going on for quite a long time we had very very fuel tools back then to control at a cultural past or or commercial arrest in commercial residential settings in the just weren't good a pest decides i'm tells the development to these this whole class oh synthetic passes sides that included d_t an immensely about a dozen other kind of related once it's it's so it's really hard to overstate how important this discovery was and how eagerly everyone look forward to the time when we be able to use d_t everywhere you quite right it was his principally in theaters of operation during rob or two at least initially and and very successfully in nineteen forty three the us army was occupying i naples italy and that was enough break of tight fisted in tight this is i diseases communicated by lights and so the army.
"paul muller" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Done happen that way and i'm gonna tell you this they just i was funny that forgot to tell the team this to their sought the cleveland cavaliers last three games in a row the world champs they lost three games in a row their coach said he goes back and it's a hundred and fifty defensive breakdowns in three games and that's why they're losing it's all come back to it comes back to the offense and i think our team is and it and it was the other statement where the world champs everybody gives us their best well that's what i was just we get everybody should i don't care fifteen rupp arena or on the road in a sellout every game that we gotta be ready to play and i think again this game company types if you see me call timeout admitted into the game each fan a few to the but emitted in the like dude's buddy you know there's a game going on here in there's people you to watch this and saw tv okay what we do in here so that was omitted in and i kind of felt it but again that beat the they're not machines they're not computers stuff happens girlfriend a main their their eighteen somebody you know they it in sleep good they were coffin in what but it's what we deal with didn't i guess it um but it it this team where we're good we just got to figure some stuff out i like the play that big lineup some where it's not only that you got two guards in in it and then you go six ten six ten six ten i want to play that team some too go to played last game probably should a play that last game some and didn't but because they were we're still trying to figure things out gonna get to break we're halfway home it's the junk la perry show live streaming and you can't like start guns provided by paul muller for to get this season will be read.