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"podunk" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Wasn't stolen. there were regularity. There were problems. The republicans got out maneuvered in courtrooms. They got out lawyered by the democrats. They left the republicans off the table. They didn't allow the republican lawyers. Been ginsberg's of the world to pursue election strategy forum note that they went with cleese o'shaughnessy the dui lawyer from podunk alabama to be their legal chief legal strategist with rudy giuliani. And and i my pillow guy. They could have done a better job there. They screwed it up and now they gotta lie about it. But it's not the big lie and every reporter who calls it. The big lie is calling republicans nazis and most of them know it and they don't care and they will just fester this problem and build resentment in destroy their own credibility and one day. They wonder why no one listens to them. And we're almost at that point now and it will be because they brought it on themselves by calling half of this country nazis and not thinking a second thought about it. Hi there the full number if you wanna be. Part of the show is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I've done well today. I ordered flowers from my wife in advance for twenty first anniversary. I'm taking her to dinner tonight. Casual not fancy a friend of mine from washington. Sin as a gift card table in maine so i'll have to take up there at some point soon. Twenty one years. You'll know so when we first got married. We married october fourteenth the year two thousand. That's why not twenty one years really easy. just wait. y'all wait until the year. What twenty twenty one hundred to get married and it'll be real easy to figure out but we knew right after we got married. Christie is gonna have to have a double mastectomy and so she did in january of two thousand one and it was far more extensive than we ever imagined in. There was a time where i was having to to carry her about a bed just to get her to the bathroom because she all her chest muscle was gone and she was in so much pain. She couldn't get yourself in a bed at night in a few months after that She had wind up sleep in the guest bedroom. Because i was snoring so bad and turns out. I had a deviated septum and some other problems. Why i'd have nasal reconstruction. This was for six months of marriage. All it was something. I was having to buy two half gallons of milk. Because she didn't have the strength to hold up a gallon of milk after her mastectomy. And i mean that's that's how we started life together and along the way we've had two wonderful kids but my sixteen year old. She's got her car And a deer ran out last night at hitter. There's big dent out of the car and life has just given us all sorts of twists and turns The week before..
Special 9/11 Episode This Friday
"Tomorrow. Show, of course, will be spending some time on 9 11 at 7 30 Eastern time We'll have our dear friend Debra Burlingame on the program. Um As you know her brother died was murdered. On flight 77 out of, uh And of Reagan National It was horrific. She's a lawyer. She's brilliant. I've gotten to know her and And so we'll be having Deborah and as well as As our anniversary program. We'll be getting into some other issues as well. I don't know how you can ignore Afghanistan. The Taliban. And what's happened 20 years later, and we won't ignore them. And we will talk about these things and more and as well as Is your participation. It's a big deal. The N Y P. D. How they've been attacked and undermined. 20 years later. Just shocking. Just appalling. So you want to be here? For all three hours. Um No brag. Just fact. I think we handle this better than most. And why do I say that? Because my broadcast career started in New York. Most people start in Podunk I started in New York. And the great W A. B C when it was part of the ABC radio networks. And I think the station As well as other stations. But this one in particular has got the fourth ownership, maybe the fifth since then. Uh, But we're steady Eddie here and we'll we'll continue to talk about it for the whole nation.
"podunk" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Larry Consumer Guy. Let's take a look at the investors Data. By Chris Coyle. Yeah. So, uh, appreciate that. Larry made a great point. And we do not collaborator. Do any sort of preconceived points. We want everyone to have their own. Uh, Kind of view as as to share it because we have three of us three different views. When Travis is here, it's the fourth. So we want those views expressed so that you the consumer, get the full picture. But what I would like to say with that is my my, uh, the day that the data supports completely what Larry was saying right there. Um, you have About a 7 to 9% return when you look at business, insider or any other, you know, very reputable source that studies this sort of data A 7 to 9% return for S and P 500 when you're looking at the Annual return for a Stocker, Um, on the S and P 500. However, when you're looking at real estate investment trusts, um R a. I t you're getting about a 15 to 18% return. However, real estate investment trust is a very General Broadway. It's It's It is a good way to get, you know. Dip your feet in the water. Shall we say? For investing in real estate. However, if you're looking to get a more specified return and go in with a program that has a more, uh, working for you, let's say because you know an R E I T Is going to do what's best for the general person. It's not tailored towards this specific person. So with investing in vast era, um you get a specific return. That's working for you for the person that works. Uh, you know, a program that's specified for them. You're constantly talking to the team, making sure that the investment is exactly what you want in the state you want in the market that you want with our own invest, uh, you know, particular. Market and, uh Where we have well researched data and you're getting over. Over 40% return on that. And what you're saying is all of this data that vest era investments is constantly gathered. First of all the data it has. It has a huge amount of data. Matching Moody's any day of the week. Huge amount of data all pertinent to whom you the consumer, and then you're saying it very well. It's put together the consumers way. What city do they prefer? Maybe it's not one of Vasteras five hot spots all that research. Then somebody says, Well, I want Podunk Junction in Idaho. Well, research it and they'll have all those vantage points at least certainly most all of those 50, if not more, and frequently more and look at that, and then they could get to choose they see the home. Again. They want to go and look at it. Fine. They're gonna have to fly quickly because of the competition, But they're able to do that. If they want to, or have our team member in Podunk Junction. Look at it and touch it and send pictures live. Live picture Zoom shots. Call it what you will. But that's what the phones can do. Face time at all of those things are designed for you. So the data Chris, you're saying is there Designed for you with no hidden parts. It's all revealed, little is concealed. Typically, nothing is concealed before you make your decision to buy. Yeah, it's all supporting exactly what Larry was saying. It's the Rodat is there It's real estate investment outperforms the S and P 500 or stocks. A year over year 100% of the time. And 100% of the time and then Larry says there's added data that even as the market is slowing down, you receive added data reports. He called them safe guards.
"podunk" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Which he will detail before addressing a joint session of Congress on Wednesday. So he's just assuming he's saying, Here's how I'm gonna pay for my plan by hoping that people didn't pay what they were supposed to pay. He has no idea if that's true or not, but he's spending the money in advance. Well, didn't Obama do this on Obama care member? All the money? We're gonna save on this and then it if if it's just custom, it's every government. Program ever, so he's just building up more government. Mr. Biden's plan, which comes on top of a $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal is expected to cost at least 1.5 trillion and include funding for universal prekindergarten federal paid leave, but first to make child care, more affordable free community college and tax credits meant to fight poverty. And a free book of Camilla's for every American citizen at your expense. Could we go back to this last seven part of the sentence tax credits meant to fight poverty. Newsflash, dumb ass. Poor people don't pay taxes. Oh, my gosh. Great. So bigger, stronger. Iris. Just what everybody wanted. Awesome idea of a joke for us. Yes. If you have 13 apples in one hand. And 10 oranges. In the other hand, What do you have? I don't know. Mark. What do you have Big hands like together Because of the No. I got it. How would you hold on? I got it. Yeah, It's a good way since your best work, but I mean, that's it's okay. Just keep in mind. None of them are my work. Well, it's true. They're all stolen. You know, your jokes are kind of like when you see your favorite band in concert. You know, some nights they're just putting in more effort than other nights. Well, it's not about effort. In this case, it's about resource is so sometimes I just happen to come across and Exceptionally awesome joke. And then other days, it's hard to find even just a mediocre one. Well, they used to say this lot about like Led Zeppelin in their prime. You were getting a plus effort in New York or Los Angeles if you saw him in Indianapolis Robert Plant Mayor may not be drunk and high on stage one into the words. Oh, yeah. Yeah band through this all the time, like where they put the you know, they put the best effort in in the big cities and everywhere else you're getting the B team C team or D team effort. That's right. Oh, it's absolute. I feel like there's some bands that are the exception. I don't think Dave girl is ever gonna do like a mediocre performance just because it's Indianapolis, for example. Well, I'm not There's just some places you're more into it. It's like professional athletes. There's some games. They want to win more than others. You know, you know what if the crowd in like some Podunk town is just exceptionally receptive and awesome, you don't think they're going to try their hardest to make it a great show. Our big time musicians always give more effort in the cities that they deem or important. Absolutely, without a doubt. I don't believe you. I'm absolutely telling you this. I don't believe you. 64 84446848444. If.
"podunk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"97.9 FM HD too It's 6 23 on am Champa Bai and we're joined now by Jared Jillian, a financial analyst, and we want to take a look at the 2021. Economic picture what we're going to see happening in the future, and, um, Jared, I think you're predicting that because of the Because the covert 19 people are spending more money and going to spend like crazy, which means inflation is going to be going up. Yeah, we're gonna wait. We're gonna have lots of spending at the federal level. Uhm, you know Bernie Sanders is in charge of the budget committee, and he's pushed by very far to the left. And, um I'm going to use a process known as reconciliation. Word only requires 51 votes to push through economic legislation, and that's going to result in Ah, probably a bigger deficit than we saw last year. Last year, we had a deficit. 3.1 trillion This year. It's probably going to be even bigger. So yeah, there's gonna be lots of spending at the federal level lots of spending at the consumer level, and I do believe we're gonna see inflation get up to about three or 4% this year. Yeah, There's a lot of things where as far as the travel industry where it's pretty easy to travel if you want to during a pandemic, But looking ahead, a lot of people think. Well, maybe I could book by flights in the future for a lot cheaper. The only problem is it's hard to decide when to go and believe when things will be Safer during the pandemic here. So how are you seeing the prices impacted there as far as booking vacations in the future? Yeah, I mean, there's going to be an explosion of travel. Once most of the population is vaccinated. People are going to travel in unprecedented numbers. Uh, you know, flights are extraordinarily cheap. Right now. I recently got a first class ticket to Miami from Myrtle Beach for 480 bucks. That's a first class ticket. If you have the ability to plan right now, you can walk in some incredibly cheap rates. But the problem is is that we don't have the ability to plan I was supposed to take of vacation to Greece this summer. I'm not sure that I'm gonna get the back scene in time, so it makes it very difficult to plan. Yeah, and there might be some flight restrictions. Still at that point that might prevent you from one degrees. Yeah. I mean, I think as long as you have your vaccine paperwork, there was actually a neg Zeca tive order that was signed recently. That requires people to get a covert tests before coming back in the country. So it's still gonna be a huge hassle. One other quick thing here, and that is Joe Biden is pushing for the minimum wage all across the country to be $15. And that is downright stupid because $15 in some little rural part of Kansas has certainly different than $15 in New York City or Chicago or Miami. Yeah, I mean, the current federal minimum wage of $7.25. An hour was passed in 2008. And if you adjusted that for inflation to 2021, it would be worth about $10 an hour today what we should do. Is we should raise the minimum wage. I mean, cause I think the minimum wage is going to be a permanent feature of our economy. I disagree with it, but I don't think that we're going to get past her own economic illiteracy. I think we should raise the minimum wage to $10 an hour and then index it for inflation every year. Yeah, that makes all the sense in the world but still Given the $10 again in New York City is no big deal. But in Podunk, Iowa, it's a very big deal and It's gonna force People who lose their jobs and might even force him. Business is too close. It's just not a good idea. They've gotta understand this country is not all the same. Have three employees making $10 an hour and you make the minimum wage $15 an hour Now you have to fire one of those employees. You'll have two employees. They're getting paid more. I'm one of them. That is Pendant on government assistance, which I don't think it's really be. How come that we want No, I don't know if they're gonna get that through their brains or not. Or maybe Congress will have enough brains to keep that from happening. But we'll see. But Jared Billion financial analyst Thanks for joining us, you have a website. Sure, Please go to Jared. Gillian money dot com to check me out that scared Gillian money dot com J R E d d I l l I A N And thanks for being on board here this morning. Okay, Thanks. For what? Um, coming up. We're gonna be hearing I always looked forward to this. 7 20 is gonna be Lionel. What do you think he's gonna be talking about? I have no idea. It's gotta be good given all the things that are happening right now. But anyway, I'll make sure I play his music on time this week so he doesn't get upset with us. It's never good when we when we kick him off on a bad No, that's true. But I'm thinking he will probably Be talking about Biden's first couple.
"podunk" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"That kind of way sort of like Buffy, you know, yes, totally nice ensemble cast, you know creating a team kind of thing. I see those would be the horror movies that I would want to see is where there's a horror and then the team comes together then they fight the bad guy that ever happen or is it usually just somebody survives? I'm trying to think I'm sure there is I like team fighting the bad guy like Long Island comes to mind. Yeah, the the the guy did Hot Fuzz. That's not what he's yeah. I know the dead South That's another great. I mean, I love actually I'm going to watch again go to drive in Thursday and going to watch Tucker & Dale vs Evil, which is another horror comedy that I thought was very successful wage. You know, that one's kind of playing into the whole like Texas Chainsaw Massacre like stumble into the Podunk woods, and there's like psychopaths are there to kill you? Yeah, except that these kids stumble into the woods of these to like kind of Backwoods s characters, but they're like they keep on killing them the kids keep killing themselves accidentally and it seemed so they come on be like you get away from her like once the like everybody rushed like we didn't do anything. It's it's really funny and it's got I think it's got one of the guys from home of the Dead unless I'm confusing them. I might be confusing them, right the two main characters are really funny. Okay? Yeah, that's on Tucker & Dale. Yeah Tucker & Dale vs Evil, okay. And that is hilarious. It's so funny. Yeah, cuz the the ones that scare me that I don't want to cuz the thing is as far as I'm concerned if it's a truly Scary Movie package, I might get tricked into watching it once I don't want to watch it again. It's like Schindler's List. What am I going to get out of that the second time I see that yeah, that's very beautifully done thier news know something else..
"podunk" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"When ballot in Washington state and the governor, you know, wanting you up, and you're not bringing up any Any Republican any time that it's happened, you know that It's never how Republicans think Republicans never day Washington stole to accompany the last problem of the last eight years, though I gotta tell you, he's got a good point. Tell me right now, If you think a Republican has ever cheated, then am I guarantee you they have it OK thing in Podunk. In Podunk, Arkansas, where city about Republicans never cheated. You think gentlemen Way don't want to argue here? We're trying to have other callers. We are talking national elections and governors and the president's going with Democrats. I mean, I think that's so I can't even I can't even stand it. The ones that count the big elections, something it's not. It's both sides. Don't you just use the same? Only Democrats? You're changing. My words mean you're only bringing that up. You only bring up democratic situations. You're only thing Democrats say one Republican that cheated in town or me. Why don't you bring up a Republican? That didn't I mean, listen, live next week. If you want a list of Havel ended up next week. I'll be listening. Okay. Thank you for the call JD. We go to another call. We got a line to thinks the damage. You're committing voter fraud out. Welcome to the show, and I'm a new to Las Vegas to Nevada have avoided since high school. Almost semi retired, and, Ah, you know, I'm a big trump fan. And you know I'm a bin on Twitter and Adam Laxalt. You know, he just up with a lawsuit on now The thing is you guys said it's over, but actually, you could go look it up. There's going to be a hearing on Wednesday. Good Stop. He just lot sold asked him. Hey, you know, we've got to stop the voting until we get this all straightened out. The judge denied that, but he allowed Ah, hearing on Wednesday. So even better. I'm telling everybody in Nevada, you know, I don't know all the details, but Donald Trump says that we can be pulled Watchers People watcher if you care. You know, And you may be a witness, even by, you know, even by a signature, and you may be a witness in the case. I don't know. What do you guys think? I think it's brilliant idea. I think you're making a lot of good points. I don't know the adult state. Every state's a little different. I think about it if you could be a poll watcher or not. I'm not sure. No. Yeah, that's a button The well. The thing is that if you look at the lawsuit, Adam locks Adam Laxalt is one of the plane is and there's another guy. We used to work for one of the casinos because I've been reading it, you know, But I'm getting up to speed on where, like a businessman, you know, you know, supporting Trump on that and now you know it's coming. I mean, if you if I want Trump, too, when I got to get into the voting senior notice, saying And I've been doing the reading, but you can go read the article. The Nevada Independent. They got a whole Web page and you can go read it and the independent is definitely more left more left leanings. That's that's a great column. Not only that, I'm saying that I was saying that for Dean's edification. Yeah, yeah, I understand that. I know they are. But at least there is a paragraph where it says in there. You know what We're a world you know, It's not over until Wednesday, so we got into one of them. So what I'm going to try to do is go become a poll watcher tomorrow and try to get my signature in there. Get into Adam Laxalt little noise. And if you need me, man. I'm ready to rock. I'm a witness. You know what I'm saying? And they're supposedly the Maylin thing. You know, there's more mail in voters right now coming in more ballots coming in through the mail. Then there are people coming in and voting in person, Most of the people that are voting in person or Republicans, so we're beating them in that, But the man in voting is where's where the Republicans are losing, and I suspect they're doing harvesting behind the scenes, and they're being very low profile about it because I don't see anything on the Internet about The harvesting numbers or what's going on in the harvesting domain here in Nevada. What do you guys think about that? Well, and that's what I called you because I don't know nothing about harvest good When I could say about the harvesting in Nevada, where there was a problem initially, you were supposed to be a registered Harvest or so to speak in the show identification put that together and about 60 days ago. The governor overruled his secretary of state and said that doesn't have to be the case which I would definitely say it was a mistake. And if you go back to the 16 elections are actually was 18 in Orange County. If you go up by 10 o'clock, and at night that evening in Orange County, the Republicans were all doing well on by 2 33 o'clock in the morning after the voter harvest thing, they got slaughtered and they didn't lose By, Like close, they got crushed. And so those are some of the issues that people are looking at. And honestly, I believe this if you're going to vote And there are you and you're going, you're going to bring in a bunch of ballots. You should actually have to fill out and get a car decertified you to do it. If you think you've got to be certified Al, If you're not certified, you should not be able to bring multiple ballots. And unless it's your mom's ballot, and you can see in your you have the same last name. That's different. You're right. And they change the laws. You know, they came that a bill A B 2 14 or something like that. Just got you know, they just they snuck that in right before the election. I'm It'll be interesting to see where it goes. Really, And really come in. When it comes down to right now is that will be interesting to see exactly where everything flies. Al. I really appreciate your phone call. Thank you so much, Okay? Not a problem. Thank you very much. Take care..
Nontraditional Fatherhood & Family | Trystan Reese
"That was a very strange child. I mean you know mom dad super supportive. Both my parents grew up extremely poor so my dad is the son of a coal miner. He's one of thirteen brothers and sisters. From how yeah. Which is a Appalachian Canadian Appalachian? Basically yeah and then. My mom is the daughter of a single mom. Who's a nurse? A Mum's dad died when she was very young. So now I'm curious. Has you go from Newfoundland to the desert in California? Yeah I mean. He decided as a kid looking around. You know in a very very podunk. Backwater place. Healthcare was a huge concern. And they just didn't have it and without many brothers and sisters you can imagine money was a huge issue. Healthcare was a huge issue in. My Dad actually had a very bad eyesight and no one really knew until he was a little bit older end. An aunt did like the whatever? The nineteen fifties version of crowdfunding. Is She like? Oh it's even nineteen forties on. Gosh where she like all the relatives to pitch in to to get my dad glasses and once he got glasses they realized he was extraordinarily bright and since he could see And he did some exercise in like fifth grade asked. What did you want to be when you grow up? And he wanted to be doctor and so he just decided that each tend to be a doctor and he put himself through medical school though. Koetter Yup and he met my mom. Undergrad and Montreal. He got into medical school in one day he was like well. Jan going to medical school. We show the break up or get married which we do and mom getting married so and so. That's very romantic. Way That my love story. I think my mother might have even had to break up with her her other boy time because I think in the fifties in sick a little bit like you just casually saw a couple of people and you know it wasn't a wasn't quite as official as it can be today but yeah so that's that's how they met and then medical school and then went to Vancouver. They had me and decided they were sick of the rain and moved to California. Not knowing that they're to a very conservative You know very sort of Military idea sort of area. Yeah was was that they`re. They're bent their belief system. They're not at all no no no. I mean they're very Canadian so like it's they're not like ridiculous. Not Hippies you know. They're not leftists. They're very pragmatic progressive like in Canada. It's like you just do your thing. You don't judge other people you don't stop them from doing it. And so they're very accepting in that sort of pragmatic way although they've taken in some extreme left turns Raising me and my sisters so sisters. How many to one younger one older. Yeah so you growing up in in this town in radically different value system and you're also starting to serve. I mean when you're really young do you have a sense of of gender at all or is it even anything you think about? I mean I don't remember feeling like there was something going on with my gender as a kid and I know that that's like It's like an inconvenient experience because we've sort of taught mainstream Americans that what is true about transgender people that were born in the wrong body. We knew it from the second we were sentient and our whole lives since then has been a fight to get our bodies rights and then we're cured and we can just keep moving on and I think that that narrative is true for some Trans People. Sure Service pretty well so far but I think now you know we're out of place where there's a little bit more room for different stories and my story is different like I. Just don't ever remember thinking about gender as a kid and because I had these you know pretty open parents. I was never forced into any particular box so there wasn't much to rebel against. Maybe if my mom had put me in the you know kids beauty pageants circuit at age five. Yeah maybe I would have had an early memory of being like. Oh this is terrible. I don't WanNa wear a Tiara but I don't you know I had. I had skinned knees. I was and I climb trees and chase chase my sisters around and this is normal childhood things I guess. Yeah I mean it's interesting that in the context of on one hand your parents like kind of like whatever and but then also living in a town which is sort of like a very socially conservative. And you didn't feel anything surly any any me to express it in the identities or anything youngest. It's just across the board even the town. I mean there were so many other ways in which I was different from my classmates you know I was an obsessive reader. I mean my mom still jokes that I would have a book in every room of the House of like the bathroom book the Kitchen Book. I mean we really my mom. I remember had to one day. Say Okay. I'm putting my foot down. You cannot be reading while we're having family dinner like put put the book down talk to us and then go back to your stories and so that was very strange in my school like it was very weird that I read in school. Those who burned up you know like word games and puzzles and then I was really into theater and plays and reading plays and learning musicals and I was just like so fucking weird in so many ways that it was like kind of my gender was the least of the worries. I was just of you know it was just a very different type of child than all the other children around me and so you know that really drove me to doing from a very young age doing theater. I mean when I was nine I knew that I loved musicals. Cut Bless my mother. She didn't know anything about music but watching me. Really start to like them age. Five six seven you know. I saw Annie the movie or something and from the eighties movie and I just loved it and so she would just go out of her way to you. Know drive US down to L. A. And the pantages theatre and cats. The musical. See you know Les Miz. He missed like she's just like worked so hard. She didn't have a parent really. Her mother worked so hard and and she idealized us her mother the single mom. Who is the nurse? Who was the only woman in their town who drove a car and would drive to work before the kids were up would come home after they were already in bed and then stay up late doing the laundry cooking the food. You know checking their homework only to get up and go to work the next day so she just thought she wanted to do the things that she know that her knew that her mother wished that she could have done and just go above and beyond to give us a childhood and to support all of our dreams and the ways that she just didn't really get not because her mom didn't water to But just because she couldn't practically swing it. Yeah so it sounds like feodor really became a place where you start to find a sense of acceptance and belonging just because that was a passion of yours. It's interesting to hear that I mean I'm thinking about to like my high school experience and they're always the groups you know like they're the distance that in this and that based largely on interest or or activities and stuff like that. I didn't see that maybe that maybe sort of like theater was a refuge for kids who felt like they didn't fit into sort of like other parts of the general community. Because that wasn't my group. I I don't really know but maybe is it has. Has it been your experience because I know you then went on like stayed really involvement in theory community that that is kind of a place that serves not just a sense of belonging but also refuse to a certain extent? I mean no question I think any any sort of misfit kid who had the least bit of creative talent and even if they didn't they did the lights you know it really did become the refuge and I think there is something really powerful about you know. Theater really means embodying different stories. In which means you're open a different stories and I think that does sort of set set set the stage so to speak for it being a community of of kids who just don't fit in other in other places so yeah it was really is really important to me both in school but especially outside of school doing community theatre and then going on to do professional theater. It was the place. Ri- was seen and accepted. I also got to play all these parts and I played the artful dodger got to do and as a kid in a small town. It's like there's already a shortage of male actors and so I just once I cut my hair just got to do all those parts which was another place where I could just sort of explorer masculinity and and have it be super-safe an accepted. I found an old review of me as artful dodger age like fourteen or fifteen and I think they even said like those who do not know. This actor is not male. You know we'll be. We'll we'll never. We'll those who do not know. This actor is not male will never be the wiser or something and so they basically complimented me on my passability at age fourteen. Which again is like major foreshadowing but Yeah
"podunk" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"W. CBM Baltimore doctors a pretty big thunder boomers in the forecast it looks like things have settled down here for the Thursday forecast for sixty nine overnight your ninety on Thursday and the more widespread storms showing up for Friday and the weekend with high temps in the mid eighties and operating like this weekend our on Saturday and Sunday for the day around the I mean urologist got more and more from the weather channel for for sixty the W. C. B. of studios are sponsored by save retirement solutions call rod Perot we today at four one zero two six six eleven twenty or on the web at safe retirement solutions dot com musician and radio host that's me Tom Moore for sensible dialogue on the hottest issues those that matter most to you join us for the Tom warship ten PM every Saturday right here on talk radio six eighty WCBS the following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time broadcasting from the underground in the files of a hidden under the broken steel of a nondescript building we once again made contact with their leader the end hello everybody mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three three one one we have you know wouldn't be a fun program if we didn't ridicule as a foil the morning schmo indecision of course British was on the morning schmo show and let's hear how this brilliant back and forth took place cut twelve go stay on on on that spectrum where Elizabeth Warren on one side and some light on the other view myself as progressive but I I think that response at a trump world was pretty revealing right most and for the American people stand with us whether it's the idea that we ought to have universal healthcare or the fact that the minimum wage ought to be higher or what we think ought to have around gun control so if we are crazy socialist and they're saying the American people scores Americans one more government less bill of rights more Tierney less liberty more group identification less individualism and I know this of course because I'm P. British and I've been mayor of Podunk which I've run very poorly and who knows better than nine with the American people so I think this guy's a what two percent two percent this is a Republic anyway it's not a democracy we don't need any of these people on the stage of we're just gonna plebiscites we just go vote all the time we have the technology now time is ever the declaration of independence is all about.
"podunk" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"There's a low hum outside of the studio where I am broadcasting from tonight as the rain is literally pounding the I mean, it's coming down so hard, I don't let it's being picked up by the microphones, but I can kinda even feel it in my skin, a little bit. Or am I just had tipping the Enfield poltergeist tapes, that's coming up next hour on coast to coast AM to Brian to and just a second? But I wanted to bring your attention to a couple of items on the website. There is a there, you know, the mysteries of the deep are ever been as allusive as the mysteries of space. And we had a great show on this couple of weeks ago, where we were talking about treasures, right? With the with Dr Spence and in particular buried treasure in all the billions of dollars that sit on the bottom of the ocean right now. Well, there's a there are other treasures, preps, intellectual or. Zoological or I guess it'd be the Allah Joel, the logical the giant squid that was filled in the Gulf of Mexico. You know, one of those things that until you actually see it moving. You just can't imagine that something this big is lurking there in the deep and not grabbing ships and taking them down to Davy Jones locker, although the video had coast to coast, AM dot com of the giants squid, that's reaching out to the researchers camera is in fact thought to be just an adolescent, not quite a baby but not where near a full krona told the Mets, maybe where it gets super scary. Plus, there's a sword story that reminds you that, that sometimes even after we make a discovery may be years before we fully understand the context, right? Like just last week. A painting was sold one of the highest ever paid for a private collection of paintings and one painting particular was sold for thirty million or something like that, that had been found in a garage sale and originally not offended. But then over time, everybody's opinion of the peace changed. And now of course it's worth so much. So, so it is with a sword discovered in a cave. In Shropshire England that turned out to be a lot more significant than previously thought, that's according to the story, that's at unexplained mysteries that we linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. It may in fact belong to one of the knights. Templar. It wasn't until the guy who discovered the blade a guy named Mark lot and decided to send the soared to a local auction near and get a devaluated that learned that it likely belonged to the knights Templar, the secretive and influential, of course, medieval monastic order, or at least they were for a while. It was certified by military specialist. It is a rare object. They're still sorting it out. But I was I was just thinking about that today when I stopped off at a garage sale. And when you look at some of the knickknacks up there, always keep your eye out for something, which, you know, stands out to you is maybe being fun to own, but there are more than a few mysteries waiting and shoe boxes and closets even as we speak. We may never know everything about the Macintoshes of professional sports. Brian to has been asking the question for years, would you leave a multibillion dollar industry up to chance? His argument is no in a series of books the fixes in larceny games a season in the abyss and the fix is still in. And so he still joins us on coast to coast AM after all of these years, Brian, how're you doing tonight? Good. What was the first year you came on? Probably two thousand ten I wasn't officer. Yeah. Not quite a decade. But you've been around for a while. Isn't that goes to show you that the, the issue is not resolved in that with every year another season another championship? Another expansion team more questions. Arise about whether or not the fix is in your angle on the sports gambling, piece is also interesting. I want to get back to that and just a second. But the new book, more corruption and conspiracies the pro sports leagues. Don't want you to know about is, is also available in, you can find out more by going to coast to coast, AM dot com. I you are never far from my thoughts momentum. Get into people's brains. I tend to ruin sports for them. Well, not quite but. Sometimes I sit there and I think about, like, I was watching some of those calls during the NBA championship, and thinking, you know is this is this, an example of the league wanting to find a new story arc that not to give a three peat to the warriors that fix would be in with the referees in favor of the raptors and a couple of calls that I don't know. I, I don't think I was the only one kind of confounded by it. But what, what is your what has been your research, and what have you learned more recently about what is happening behind the scenes in professional sports? That leads you to sills still suspect the fixes in. I think it goes back to buy point from the fixes in and that professional sports are entertainment. And I mean the leagues like the NFL argued in front of the supreme court that they are entertainment entity. They're not thirty two individual teams. They're one entity known as the National Football League. And because they're entertaining they actually can't legally and many people don't believe this. But you can ask a lawyer lawyers agents what? Where you know, more than I do on the subject. But there is no law that prevents a league like the NBA from fixing the outcome of their own game. Should they choose? There's laws that prevent intellectual contests. Like jeopardy from being fixed dates back to the quiz show scandal of nineteen fifties. In congress, passed a law that said, you cannot fix intellectual contests. And there's a law on the books called the sports bribery act, nineteen sixty four that says you cannot bribe someone like a player or coach or referee alter the outcome of a sporting event. But yet the league like the NBA told us referees, hey, we want you to officiate it in a certain way, we want you to give maybe LeBron James or Steph curry, or like you said, with the raptors quite Leonard more room to operate, they can do that, and do that perfectly legally, because it's the employer telling the employees how they want the job done in bed alters the outcome of a game in many cases. So be it. Well, and so I know this is going to be. A place for a lot of people say, well, this is just sour grapes. But here's where here's where it isn't. Because you mentioned to people abroad, James and quite Leonard. If LeBron or qui- talk, the basketball under their arm and take four steps or more, but let's just say four four steps to the hoop. And then they, they lay up or they slam dunk. It then the rest don't call it if you're a bench player from northeastern podunk state university, and you're getting your first five minutes, you know, in the NBA, and you take four steps with the ball tucked onto your arm like you're in the Heisman Trophy pose on your way to the basket. Then you will get that you will not get a favorable call. You'll be called for, for walking or traveling. That's the part I get that, that two tiered system for stars. So let's not even say which team the stars are on just clearly stars get away with something that non-stars. Don't. And you, you know, you may not want call a fix but I would certainly call them in relation the game if the rules aren't being enforced equally and some cases, you know, we've seen little rules aren't being enforced at all. And we've heard it numerous times when watching football game basketball game hockey game where you hear announcers, even say, hey, they're really letting them play out their meaning their follows it probably should be being called art being called you have to as a fan. You should be yourself. Well, why is that, you know? Right. Holding is a certain way in the NFL and it's not being called and they say, you know, can be called on every player least every other play then the question is will why isn't being called? And then when it does get called. I think you have a legitimate gripe to say, well, why is it suddenly called now? Why did it affect this one team not affect the other team? And that's where I think you get into this whole idea of manipulation potential control of outcomes, because obviously, the league's very beholden to television. I mean, they get a lot of their money. NFL gets over sixty percents. If not more of the revenue from the rod cast rights, and if they're beholden to the TV networks, and TV networks, literally funding professional sports, especially like the NFL network to pay basically every players in coach's salary. Well, then, you know, maybe the NFL has to give something back to the TV networks to ensure that they get the proper ratings the advertising revenue and everything that comes with. So they manipulate these games to make them more interesting. And. I think we saw some pretty good examples recently, what they call the, the mist past interference penalties, right? Go game the playoff game. Yeah. So talk about that. If you would for people that missed it, well, it was. I don't know if you missed it. I it's hard to believe that anybody missed his the referees on the field because it was. That the Rams committed a foul against the saints wide receiver. And no penalty was called. I mean it was clear as Dave watched alive. I mean, it was one of those plays that was like say, so blatant, you can't believe the referees didn't zero flag on the plate. And would, you know to me makes it really questionable is the fact that if you were I think he made such a huge air at our job on a national stage, that caused y'all people just freak out Twitter to explode Facebook to explode, and you would think you would get fired. You get reprimanded for screwing up that bad yet with the NFL in these referees who missed that penalty nothing happened. Right. You wonder what really an incorrect call? Or is it exactly what the NFL wanted, and they wanted the Rams to beat the saints Rams to be the one to go to this past Super Bowl and that the saints because the Rams just are building this new multibillion dollar stadium. They just moved. Relocated Los Angeles and behoove. Everyone involved, the Rams got a little bit more of a fan base back in may not that they're back home in Los Angeles, supposedly stay right after the answer. There Rams business plan. Yeah. Rams moved there from Cleveland, I think in the fifties. And then, so the Rams are there. The Rams are gone. The Rams are back the Rams are gonna again, and then there and so, like, there, okay? So this is the chance where there's been this love him Hatum kind of attitude by a lot of football fans of LA. And that's why they at one point had, you know, adored when the LA raiders were were there before they went to Vegas. And now it makes me think, well, then is the same thing going to happen after the sports complex opens up in Vegas that the raiders have been making all that effort. They're gonna get all these juice calls to that. You know, the, the, the referees on that famously non call where he was mauled. It wasn't even a matter of like he was interfered with he was absolutely mauled. Yeah. You could even call it. I think a helmet to helmet and that, right? People have been tossed this year over less. Right. And Ed and nothing. So even if you didn't call a pass interference. You could've called it for the ladder. And if you had it all would still been reviewable, but a non call is not reviewable. And so that was the weird part about it just you know, you can't watch it again. Throw a flag. So I, I don't know. I just moments like that I'm thinking Bryant to here you go. Here's your here's your next book, and especially when the when the, the defender for the Rams comes out and says, yeah, I'm that guy. But I didn't have a choice that an easy touchdown and he gets away with it..
"podunk" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"There's a lo- outside of the studio where I am broadcasting from tonight. As the rain is literally pounding the I mean, it's coming down so hard, I don't let it being picked up by the microphones, but I can kinda even feel it in my skin, a little bit. Or am I just anticipating the Enfield poltergeist tapes, that's coming up next hour on coast to coast AM to trying to just a second? But I wanted to bring your attention to a couple of items on the website there is there, you know, the mysteries of the deep are ever bid as allusive as the mysteries of space. And we had a great show on this a couple of weeks ago where we were talking about treasures, right? With the with Dr Spence and in particular buried treasure in all the billions of dollars that sit on the bottom of the ocean right now. Well, there's a, there are other treasures, preps, intellectual or zoological, or I guess you'd be the Allah Joel, the logical, the giant squid. That was filmed in the Gulf of Mexico. You know, one of those things that until you actually see it moving. You just can't imagine that something. This big is lurking there in the deep and not grabbing ships and taking them down to Davy Jones locker, although the video at coast to coast, AM dot com of the giant squid, that's reaching out to the researchers camera is in fact to be just an adolescent, not quite a baby but not where near a full krona told, and that's maybe where it gets super scary. Plus, there's a sword story that reminds you that, that sometimes even after we make discovery it may be years before we fully understand a context, right? Like just last week. A painting was sold one of the highest ever paid for a private collection of paintings and one painting in particular was sold for thirty million or something like that, that had been found in a garage sale and originally not authenticated. But then over time, everybody's opinion of the peace changed. And now of course it's worth so much. So it is with a sword discovered in a cave. In Shropshire England that turned out to be a lot more significant than previously thought, that's according to the story, that's at unexplained mysteries that we linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com at may in fact belong to one of the knights Templar. It wasn't until the guy who discovered the blade guy named Mark Lawton decided to send the soared to a local auctioneer and get evaluated that he learned that it likely belonged to the knights Templar, secretive and influential, of course, medieval monastic order, or at least they were for a while. It was certified by military specialist. It is a rare object. They're still sorting it out. But I was I was just thinking about that today when I stopped off at a garage sale. And when you look at some of the knickknacks out there, always keep your eye out for something, which stands out to you maybe being fun to own, but there are more than a few mysteries waiting and shoe boxes and closets even as we speak. We may never know everything about the Macintoshes of professional sports Bryant has been asking the question for years, would you leave a multibillion dollar industry up to chance? His argument is no in a series of books the fixes in larceny games a season in the abyss and the fixes still in. And so he still joins us on coast to coast AM after all of these years, Brian, how're you doing tonight? Good. What was the first year you came on? Probably two thousand ten. Yeah, not quite a decade. But you've been around for a while. And that goes to show you that the, the issue is not resolved with every year another season another championship. Another expansion team more questions. Arise about whether or not the fix is in your angle on the sports gambling, piece is also interesting. I want to get back to that in just a second. But the new book, more corruption and conspiracies the pro sports leagues. Don't want you to know about is, is also available and you can find out more by going to coast to coast, AM dot com. I you are never far from my thoughts, man. Once I get into people's brains. I tend to ruin sports for them. Well, not quite but. Sometimes I sit there and I think about, like, I was watching some of those calls during the NBA championship, and thinking, you know, this is this, an example of the league wanting to find a new story arc that not to give a three peat to the warriors that the fix would be in with the referees in favor of the raptors and a couple of calls that I, I don't think I was the only one kind of confounded by it. But what, what is your what has been your research, and what have you learned more recently about what is happening behind the scenes in professional sports? That leads you to syllabus still suspect, the fixes in, I think it goes back to buy racial point from the fixes in, in that professional sports are entertainment. And I mean the leagues like the NFL argued in front of the supreme court that they are entertainment entity. They're not thirty two individual teams. They're one entity known as the National Football League. And because they're they actually can legally and many people don't believe this. But you can ask a lawyer lawyers agents what? Who, who know more than I do on the subject, but there is no law that prevents a league like the NBA from fixing the outcome of their own game. Should they choose? There's laws that prevent intellectual contests. Like jeopardy from being fixed dates back to the quiz show scandal of nineteen fifties in congress passed the law that you cannot fixed intellectual contests. And there's a law on the books called the sports bribery act, nineteen sixty four that you cannot bribe someone like a player or coach or referee altered outcome of a sporting event. But yet the league like the NBA told the referees. Hey, we want you to officiate it in a certain way, we want you to give maybe LeBron James, or Steph curry, or like you said with the raptors quite Leonard. More room to operate, they can do that, and do that perfectly legally, because it's the employer telling the employees how they want the job done in bed. Alters the outcome of a game in many cases. So be it. Well, and so, I know this is going to be a place for a lot of people say, well, this is just sour grapes. But here's where here's where it isn't. Because you mentioned to people abroad, James and quite Leonard. If LeBron or qui- talk, the basketball under their arm and take four steps or more. Let's just say four four steps to the hoop. And then they lay up or they slam dunk. It then the rest don't call it. If you're a bench player from northeastern podunk state university, and you're getting your first five minutes in the NBA, and you take four steps with the ball, tucked under your arm like you're in the Heisman Trophy pose on your way to the basket. Then you will get that you will not get a favorable call. You'll be called for walking or traveling. That's the part I get is like that, that two tiered system for stars. So let's not even say which team the stars are on just clearly stars get away with something that non-stars. Don't. You know you may not want call a fix but I would certainly call them into the game. The rules aren't being enforced equally and some cases you know we've seen a ruled aren't being enforced at all. And we've heard it numerous times when watching football game basketball game hockey game where you hear the announcers, even say, hey, they're really letting them play out their meaning there follows, it probably should be being called art being called you have to as a fan. You should be yourself. Well, why is that right? Holding is a certain way in the NFL and it's not being called and they say, you know, can be called on every player, least every other play. Then the question is well, why isn't it being called? And then when it does get called. I think you have a legitimate gripe to say, well, why suddenly called now? Why did it affect this one team affect the other team? And that's where I think you get into this whole idea of manipulation potential control of outcomes. Because obviously the leagues are very beholden to television. I mean, they get a lot of their money. NFL gets over sixty percents. If not more of the revenue from the rod cast rights and if. They're beholden to the TV networks, and the TV networks. I literally funding professional sports, especially like the NFL network, pay basically every players and coaches salary. Well, then, you know, maybe the NFL has to give something back to the TV networks to ensure that they get the proper ratings the advertising revenue and everything that comes with. So they manipulate these games to make them more interesting. And. I think we saw some pretty good examples recently, what they call the, the mist past interference penalties, right? Game the playoff game. Yeah. So talk about that. If you would for people that missed it. Well, it was I don't know if you missed it. I it's hard to believe that anybody missed his two referees on the field. That the Rams committed a foul against the saints wide receiver. And no penalty was called. I mean it was clear Dave watched alive. I mean, it was one of those plays that was still blatant can't believe the referees then throw a flag on the plate. And would, you know to me makes it really questionable is the fact that if you were I think he made such a huge air at our job on a national stage, that caused people just freak out Twitter to explode Facebook to explode, and you would think you would get fired. You think you're get reprimanded for screwing up that bat yet with the NFL in these referees who missed it penalty. Nothing happened. Right. Wonder wasn't really an incorrect call. Or is it exactly what the NFL wanted, and they wanted the Rams to beat the saints Rams to be the one to go to this past Super Bowl and not the saints because the Rams just are building this new multibillion dollar stadium. Just moved and relocated to Los Angeles in behoove. Everyone involved at the Rams got a little bit more of a fan base back in LA. Not that they're back home in Los Angeles, supposedly stay right after the answer there. Ramsey business plan. Yeah. Rams moved there from Cleveland, I think in the fifties. And then, so the Rams are there. The Rams are gone. The Rams are back the Rams are gonna get in there. And so, like, there, okay? So this is the chance where there's been this love him Hatum kind of attitude by a lot of football fans of LA. And that's why they at one point had adored when the LA raiders were were there before they went to Vegas. And now it makes me think, well, then is the same thing going to happen after the sports complex opens up in Vegas that the raiders have been making all that effort that they're going to get all these juice calls to now. You know the, the, the referees on that famously non call where he was. Mauled. It wasn't even a matter of like he was interfered with he was absolutely mauled and. You could even call the helmet. Right. Or the people have been tossed this year over less. Right. And, and nothing. So even if you didn't call a pass interference. You coulda called it for the ladder. And if you had it all would still been reviewable, but a non call is not reviewable. And so that was the weird part about it. It's just, you know, you can't watch it again throw flag. So I don't know. I just moments like that I'm thinking Bryant to here you go. Here's your here's your next book. And especially when the when the, the defender for the Rams comes out and says, yeah, all that guy. But I didn't have a choice about an easy touchdown and he gets away with it..
"podunk" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"All right. Before we get to the dumbest tweet of the week. And that's right. I do have an award for the dumbest tweet of the week. And we're a lot of beauties this week, by the way, I'll tell you, there is some stuff out there that again to use the Olympic analogy. I wish I could give out unlimited amount of gold medals for the dumbest tweet of the week, and I will get to it and we have the award, but I do want to just say that I take this fusion GPS, this idea of colluding with the foreign government. So personally and seriously and on mute. Right now, I'm watching Chuck Schumer talk about how Donald Trump is corrupting our country, and that he's an existential threat to America, by the way. Let's play some sound right now on how many times do I have to hear the media use the word existential, existential, as their new collusion kind of like orange is the new black, existential is the new collusion now that collusion has been debunked now that collusion has been. Completely debarred by facts. Go figure existential is the new collusion. Let's listen to some sound, I believe that the president is literally an existential threat. So from the standpoint of an existential threat this president being an existential threat to our Republic. Former vice president is set to tell audiences that he believes Mr. Trump is quote, an existential threat to America. So. Yeah, as you can say, that's kind of the new vogue term, Donald Trump is an existential threat to our democracy. Donald Trump is an existential threat to our country. I don't even I don't even think some of these guys can spell the word. I just Don show. That's okay. I would probably struggle with spelling it too. But they use this word so flippantly, and they hear it on morning Joe or here it on CNN. Oh, that sounds good. That's what he is. He's an existential threat. He didn't collude with a foreign power, but he's an existential threat. So before we get to the dumbest tweet of the week, I just want to reinforce you guys. I take the stuff, so personally because I'm friends with Donald Trump junior, I traveled on the campaign with them. As I mentioned, the previous segment, we went to state after state flying coach together, eating snicker, bars and drink a diet cokes, and making stretching every dollar that we could go in from college campus to Indian reservations to podunk tea party meetings, and Arizona, whatever it took to get votes. Whatever it took to take another five hundred sell fees, and do another radio interview I was there. And now all of a sudden, I see a guy that I really got to know well and see a guy that I know wants best for this country. And no just wants to help help his father make our country. Great again and bring our country back to greatness, and how is how is that? Thank how's that return? It's returned with an entire wing of the American discourse, which is the American media, which is nothing more than the Pretoria and guard. And if those that don't know what Pretoria guard for, for the democrat party. If you don't know what the Pretoria guard is or was the praetorian guard, essentially like the United States secret service for Roman councils and Roman emperors. So the praetorian guard where the best warriors, the Pretoria guard were the best trained fighters of the time, and they were promoted all the way up with the ability and the privilege to be able to protect the emperor. Protect the council, of course. While Rome was a Republican, they went into an empire. We are going to do an episode on that later. But the media is the Pretoria and guard of the democrat party, and they do whatever they possibly can to demean and demagogue. And so when I see Clinton campaign operative, George Stephanopoulos dare to ask about this when in reality, his best friends, the people that he used to work for the people that he's very cozy with. Did the exact thing that he is asking the president about it drives me in a very frustrating place? It drives me to a frustrating place, because I know that the Trump family wants what's best for our country. I know that the Trump family wants what's best for the future of our country and look Democrats. Get high marks for walking in lockstep in messaging some propaganda sends out a talking point, and they'll pair it the exact same message. Glushkov obstruction. Now, existential threat, no matter what it is. And it's almost as if it goes through, it's almost like a clamoring echo, a cool inclusion clues. Inclusion destruction of soccer from, they all, they all just kind of have to pair at one another because they can't have an objective thought because the media cannot actually do what journalists are supposed to do, which is analyzed the facts challenge the status quo and put forth truth. Instead, what they have to do is advanced narrative, protect agenda and enshrine the ruling class that is what the media. Tries to do at every single turn. All right. So now let's move onto the dumbest tweet of the week. That's right. And I when I saw this one, I kind of had to put down my phone. I was in Colorado beautiful, Colorado. And again, there's so many beauties out there. And when these Democrats running for president, it's almost as if they have a competition I call it the Trump hating Olympics, and who can give out who could give out the most stuff. And so the dumbest tweet of the week comes from drum. Roll Senator Kirsten gillibrand boy, she really she really does. Amaze me of how much attention she can get considering she's at zero percent in the polls to mazing how much attention individual can get for having no support. It really is incredible. So here is her tweet. I'm going to read it word for word quote from Senator Kirsten gillibrand the dumbest tweet of the week. Here's an idea colon if you win thirteen nothing the most goals for a single game in World Cup history. You should be paid at least equally to the men's team congratulations has. Tag. US W, N T exclamation point. So I'm laughing because I know exactly what she's trying to say here. So this, she's trying to connect to completely unrelated events. Again, this is so this is so typical of the left, they will connect to completely unrelated events into an overarching narrative that they always tried to push events. And let's start with the narrative. What's the narrative, the narrative, is that women are not paid the same as men and men are exist in a patriarch easy? And there is ever overt or a subtext of oppression towards females and that we need to have a national Bill that has passed for male and female pay equity. That men should not be able to earn more than women, so on and so forth. Okay. So let's break this down. First of all, there is a law on the books that does not allow gender based pay discrimination. It was signed by JFK. It's been the law of the land for some time now that if an employer pays a man. Been more than a woman simply because of their gender or their sex. That is illegal that is pay discrimination. Same as if employer pays a woman more than a man that illegal so that law already exists. So the narrative that curious Jila brand is trying to advance is this faulty economic myth. One of the biggest economic midst of our time, which is called the gender wage pay gap now, the gender wage pay gap essentially, is this lie that women earn seventy six seventy six cents for every dollar that a man earns. And so if you break it down actually into the data it doesn't factor in how long each of those if you take the sample set of two individuals because remember data is nothing more than a collection of individual inserts into a data set. So there are always outliers, but they say that a woman on average in the same profession, will earn seventy six percent of what man's so, for example, when you take. Into account, the two individuals of what they study in college. It starts to have a lot more clarity. So let's just take a step backwards here. And again, we are talking about the dumbest tweet of the week by sitting United States, Senator Kirsten gillibrand, and I'm going to go back to exactly why. It's the dumbest tweet. No, we'll break it up, but we're going to start about what narrative she's trying to advance. She's trying to advance the narrative that women are paid significantly less than than which first of all is not correct and not true. Because when you factor in job, experience, education, variety of choices of what they actually worked before, and prior jobs and how long they've been at that job. The wage gap nearly disappears. In fact, it favors women. But let's build this out a little bit further of exactly, if there is a discrepancy. And when there's a discrepancy what can be credited for that discrepancy, and it's not sexism. So, for example, what you study in college will have a big. Big impact on how much you're earning potential will be for the next five ten or fifteen years. So the five majors in college that have the highest earning potential are the following petroleum engineering. Pharmaceutical sciences mathematics and computer science, aerospace, engineering and chemical engineering. Those are the five majors that have the highest earning potential in our economy for the next five ten fifteen or twenty years now. Let's go through that list again. Petroleum engineering. Pharmaceutical sciences mathematics and computer science aerospace, engineering chemical engineering. So if you're listening to this podcast, and you're a college student or soon to be college graduate, or your soon to be called suit you're thinking about what the study, maybe these five things would be a good thing to study. Now, let's go through the petroleum engineering, eighty seven percent male. Mathematics and computer sciences, sixty seven percent male aerospace, engineering eight percent male chemical engineering, seventy two percent male pharmaceutical sciences. The only one out of the five that is not male-dominated forty eight percent. Male now women will naturally choose different majors. We'll get that in a second men are much more likely to go into stem fields science technology engineering and math. I went to a stem high school growing up. I never was a big fan of stem, but the data shows that petroleum engineering, mathematics, computer sciences, pharmaceutical sciences aerospace, engineering chemical, engineering are the five best performing majors. Now let's justaposed that with the five worst performing majors. Now, remember, the five best performing majors. Four out of five of.
"podunk" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"There a bridge to do this, which means you're going to do it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I don't want. Family at all. Yeah. We don't really want you. But there's a proximity to family question. You want their there. That's different. But that was not the discussion. We were having not. Really? Yeah. You make three hundred grand by some airline tickets and take the babies over there and show grandpa. Yeah, that's a good point. You know it's not this is not that expensive. I mean, you, you can do it now, you know it. But if you guys want to be there and wanna raise your kids, and, and the proximity of family, and that kind of stuff and you wanna live in thing, but you told me straight up you and your wife would trading joining dreading living in podunk. That's what exactly what you said. So don't go live in podunk, man. I mean, you know, some people that's where that's our dream is to get to live there. But at your nightmare don't do it. You've got you've got definitely don't do it just to get out of debt. Hey, thanks for the call. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. Thank you for joining us, America question today comes from blinds dot com, find out for yourself, while they are the number one online retailer of custom window coverings with free samples free shipping, the new promos. They run every month. You'll save even more. The promo code is Ramsey questions from Audra in Indiana. My company offers a raw. Roth for a one K option have been contributing fifteen percent of my income as baby step four today. The adviser with the 4._0._1._K company suggested I opt for the regular 4._0._1._K to reduce taxable income. If I open my taxes, last year, does this make any sense. No your adviser stupid. Don't take his advice doesn't know what he's talking about your your the money that you save on taxes by doing a traditional 4._0._1._K is going to be destroyed by the fact that your entire 4._0._1._K when you're rich with millions of dollars in it is going to be taxable later because of this idiots advice. No most of the money that is when you have a million dollars, and you will have if you're saving fifteen percent of your income. You look up and you add up how much you have put in. You're gonna find that ninety two percent of what is in that account is growth. Eight percent is what you put in use taxes on eight percent by for now not forever. But just for now by doing a traditional. That's, that's your adviser talking. That's goofball. Okay. Now, but ninety two percent you're gonna get taxed on. So out of a million dollars nine hundred thousand dollars is gonna get taxed. If you've all this guy's advise, if you do the Roth it's gone, not gonna get taxed so.
"podunk" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"About taxes all the time. That's the stuff that should matter matter to people around here taking center stage at the state capitol. Yeah. And now the brutal honesty coming out of the capital while the real brutal. Honesty is like subtitles. It would be pay. We know we're not going to be punished. You know, we're not going to run the risk of not getting reelected. The only risk. We of not getting reelected as if we cut some stuff. So we can't agree to this property tax offset by sales tax, which is really nice way of saying. You pay last year pay more there. It all comes out to paying more. And now apparently at the capital, there's not quite the appetite. Their words the appetite to make this deal happen. So few increase the sales tax, which is understandable. Sure. I mean, it's complicated process. It's somebody over there. Probably said, hey, listen, guys know, your rocket scientists and everything and you're cut apart minister part doctor part psychiatrists, and you know, about gay conversion therapy. But you know, what I think someone's going to catch on that? If you say we're gonna cut a little bit. Here we add more here. They're gonna figure out they're not really paying less anything when you have a tax increase that gets people people defeated the next time around because crafty, crafty, political people, and you'd have to be that craft. You say, hey, Jeff Ward over there just voted for a tax increase for you. Why why did he do that and say, I don't know convoluted while they did that because we gave teachers five thousand dollars right here. And we don't have any metrics debase that we also are limiting property taxes by the local governments to three point five percent. You keep giving out money. Whether it's the right thing or the wrong thing. I think it's always the wrong thing to not have a metric. But I'm a freak in that way. But you keep giving out money got have some come back and they've probably hit him in the face. We've handed out a bunch, and we're not quite sure how to get it back. But I'm not quite I don't know that. I completely agree that this is what gets somebody out of office. This should get you out office leaving this town to go back to podunk wherever and not having property tax relief should get you voted out. Oh, you've we did should. But it won't because it's not what people seem to care about. That it's only they vote on. I know you care about it. You care about your finances. You care about your school. You care about your street. But you're worked up about all this other stuff. The way I read this if they're still going to have property tax relief, but they're not gonna tag on an extra percent on the sales tax. That's how I read it. If they don't do anything about property tax relief. Everybody should be fired over there everybody because that's the governor said this was an emergency right right at emergency. Well, thanks reporting. The swap plan lacks votes, and it might be postponed. So the swap play their tells you not gonna pay less, right? Never mind. Here's an update. Dead dead. Not really. Well. Yeah, dead. Yeah. Texas swap plan lacking votes in the house killed. Dow, well, maybe another time. Let's go back to gay conversion therapy, talk and transgendered showering. You know, the stuff that have never happens. But we'll talk about it a lot. Oh, and my favorite is religious freedom. Yeah. No, we'd that to our it safe territory. The phone numbers you'll need to make three six zero five ninety that's eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine zero k LBJ. You know, the Chinese will do and. The chinese. This is what the history of tariffs. Has been George W Bush went through for a short period of time. The retaliation was we will hit the industries to the states that have most important to you. Hey. Barack Obama did it with tires. And I remember ripping it regularly ripping it what a horrible idea it was pure, politics and pure protectionism. Yeah. Wherever the tire industry is then of course, the Chinese came back and made sure they hired state chickened out. Now what they're gonna do is. They're going to say where are the red states? Right. Let's hurt them. That. That's what's happening right now. And that's what we'll continue to happen. What he's tweeting is not the correct thing. He saying they're gonna pay and it helps our economy, which is absolute complete BS. Or are they gonna pay? Right. It's just it's just it's just phrasing. I don't even know what that is. But they're gonna make sure and this is not new. This has been done countless times is that the other side is pretty politically solving. Really? We'll just hurt you where it matters most getting reelected. So these soybean wherever you read in the middle of the country, you're gonna get it. So to sort of soften that blow your we're going to turn around as taxpayers and say, we'll help you out here. So why being farmer please vote for him? Again. Here you go. We want to believe that Georgia Ohio. I don't know where all the soybeans are. I assume they're all red states. Otherwise, the Chinese would be doing this happened countless major in the heartland, Indiana, Illinois. All right there. There you go. And that's how this thing play out as I've said many times, there are many people that would argue that forcing the Chinese to back down and rearrange things. You're not gonna get complete overhaul. But if you could get the Chinese to rearrange some things a lot of people say it's somewhat justified my take on that is the industries themselves are the ones who should be saying forget it. You don't play by different rules. Forget it. Yeah. But those industries what that market and any one of us would too. Same with the soybean farmers all they care about. They want to sell. They want their customers and eight don't care where their customers come from just like most of you don't care you wanna customer their customer said I'll drive the price up which effect it's gonna turn right around and depress the prices and they're losing their shirt. So it's a tough one. It's been done many times. He's doing the exact same thing that George W Bush and Barack Obama tried to unsuccessfully unsuccessfully every time they bat an eye and say Yikes. There goes my state, right? I need that vote. Stop it. The tire thing that Obama put it was just idiotic the amount of money that was lost per the number of quote jobs at created was laughable. It's a it's a flawed economic way of going about they did today purely political play. And I mean, it's sort of like here in the state of Texas. I don't know if this kind of thing hurts you because if you just turn around and talk about the illegal immigrants in abortion, you might be fine. It will it'll heart in areas like San Sabbath, I talked about yesterday that app. Haunts the peacocks gonna lose the San Sabba lose that San Sabba vote with us protectionism these these terrorists. I'm sorry, how the Chinese involved pecans again, they buy a bunch of the crop. They're they are really believe they're the number one buyer of central Texas pecans. Yeah. Giannis, we sell upon the China said ton a lot. I'll I'll get the figures for a millions. Oh, gosh. Oh, yeah. Pecans buck on. Yes, sir. Chinese can't have their own pecan. I don't believe they can grow them over there for some reason why I don't know. I'm not an agronomy on the radio. Why doesn't somebody say I'm going to go to China and start pecans don't know if the weather's conducive for it or not? Pecans? Yeah. Aggies will figure out a way. Yeah. Say there's an entire universe. It's built on this stuff figure it out, man. Jeff.
"podunk" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast
"Soon. And they're finally not traveling through the woods. I would say that in this little podunk town dressing like that is pretty much might as well be in the woods. Come rob me. I'm in. I'll if they try and beat me, I'll just eat them. Desa would turn into crocodile. Mom. Yes. So she like opens the door, and she's like an full. On the doesn't it's kind of a few times. She's like, well, they see civilization is treating you. Well, just I can't help it. I just I missed wearing real clothes that are actually fun in pretty and not being dirty. Oh, I love not don't you. You're a city girl. You wonder style of not being dirty? I hip I took a bath in the water. Oh, it was that does some it was the color. It was not a good color after I got out. It was a bad color Pippa if at all possible for the rest of this little adventure. We should do our level. Best to never spend weeks in the wilderness. Every I you know, I. You know, I wish I lived closer to you just so I can occasionally just come punch you. I'll do it. No. The gets live really close just make the act to stop by. Yet. I would hurt more than the biggest emotional punch. You. Well. Down to come actually, three blocks away. Still. I wish I still lived in Berkeley. And I do like, no, I can't see you. No, I don't have any plans. But no the Charlie Brown music plays. You are totally Charlie Brown. Oh, goodness. So I think Edessa lung Charlie Brown. I think it does. So it just kind of point to Monette in Abraxas stores. They they are not there. So I wanted to see if maybe you wanted to come downstairs with needs the tavern and see if they were down there, maybe get some dinner, some real food. Absolutely. Let's. Look, I just it'd so nice just to spend it in like a room with company and someone else making dinner. Ourselves and there's no campfire in. I know. And then we get to come back upstairs said this. Having a bonding moment. Excellent. Well, let's do that. I'm problem. Pivot kind of thinks better of wearing her like TR downstairs. So she liked takes that off and like packs of who away because that's a little much, but a bear trap and the door seals are shit. Yup. I could see that. Yeah. And yeah. Definitely going down. Right. What's what's this like down? There you go down. And there is nobody at the tavern. It is completely. Well, there's the bartender there, and he's doing the lonely sweep thing actually half lean man there, who's not the ugliest man in the world. And you see a I want to say probably she's the local what do I wanna make her? She is. Fletcher. Ooh of lecture not a bar. Or a daughter. That's a very good of you. All somebody's daughter Edessa seven with a profession who desecrates at the bingo books. Stand. Stale. She's like the Barneys sensitive design. So I think I'm probably a part of her. That's like, no. It's I'm fine. It's fine. She's a pretty Fletcher though. And then when the bartender when she talks to him may or may not change your mind. So they would walk into the bartender and be like order food. Don't you think they would probably order food? Yeah. Out of it yet. They would order they would order food and Pippa would definitely asked like, what's what's the nastiest? Well, I don't know Mead. I guess Ernie got it. He pulls out this bottle of wine only the finest for you guy Edessa side is Pepe and is like what did you do? This gentleman has taken care of everything earlier, Tiki and. The Janet is what it Abraxas do. It's like putting me gave a very generous tip and for leaving the no. And I'm not the type to take advantage of you, folks. So I just made it to make sure you have the finest of accommodations while you're here. Very generous, let note to Canada view. What was that? What what note message note? Oh, any passes over to you? And it's basically the says he says if the equivalent of gone fishing for Paladins or. God bless it gone glisten. Lesson. No, no. It was the practice that left a message. So it's going to say gone to balance. No, I had left us specific basics with we're heading to that awful awful place. That was very upset about. Oh, well that explains a desolate like look at it. And like turn it over like turn it over at slow message. Nate didn't tell us. They just left. Yeah. All right. Looks that way. Well, Pippa kind of life rubs rubs Odessa's back a little bit like soothing people deal with grief and helplessness in different ways. As you say that he pours you a glass of wine. There doesn't put front of you Pepe just kind of reaches. William just kind of. William just be the lady will take a side of emotionally vulnerable to Pippa have that drink just be like, no, no, no, wait a minute. Let me tell you something I'm upset about this. And then. Thought about idea. I think I think she would be I think she would like watch Pippa taker drink away, and like think to herself motion. And just feel like, you know, I just so and she's like really you can see her like. And visibly struggling with this the hamster wheels going like, but you can't find it. She can't figure it out. And just the like while she's struggling Pippas just like staring at her over the river, just with one eyebrow. Like holding the other one kind of vaguely out of reach. So lake. I'm sure you kind of notice that Monette, and I have been just like he was making that like motion of like, hey ends. And where she's like trying to find a word, but she doesn't have one like the her hands are moving all over the place. Trying to figure it out dancing around the muff. A
"podunk" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Actually sounds legitimate. When you hear this music mixed with his voice it like goes together. Because there were so used to hearing it, right? And you do. Better than his team. So that that helps I I think we can we can let the inspiration go. I'll give my commentary without any inspiration. But maybe listeners let us know if you if you like, our shades of fire inspirational governor Jay Inslee bed will maybe I'll do my commentary to two chariots of fire. So I can be just as inspiring as our governor future failed democratic presidential nominee, but broadband access can be limited all around the country. And so and in our state and in this case in eastern, Washington. There's a town of Harrington Justin slack. The mayor of Harrington has opened he moved from Seattle four and a half years ago. So I guess for everybody else interested in politics. If you want to become a mayor somewhere don't run for mayor in Seattle Bellevue Kirkland, moved to a really podunk town far away and in this build an internet coffee. Shop get broadband. For your community open. The they have a post office coffee shop. So I guess they also have a post office there. And and this experience for Justin slack put them in front of governor Jay Inslee because Inslee proposing they said twenty five million in the two thousand nineteen twenty one capital budget for new statewide broadband account that would make loans and grants to local communities possible. So they could become wired sooner. And and from one perspective. I I think this is really positive we complain about all these people on our roads all the time all the traffic all the problems. But if you have high end internet, let's say you could work in Seattle one day a week say hi to everybody the office, and then work from home the other four days of the week. And that that would take four cars off the road. And that would be interesting. So we have more commentary from state senators. Lisa Wellman democrat from Rhode Island says the twenty percent. Theory is a digital economy. That's pretty inspiring stuff there Daryn. She's telling us the truth. I like when my politicians tell me the truth, though, every once every once in a while it's comforting to get the truth from your politicians. Senators. Shelly short. Wow, that's some serious alliteration Republican from Addy. Who's northeastern washing district has some of the biggest broadband gaps said, she will you sign on as a cosponsor to the Bill even though she's not sure the state needs another agency. There's time to work on details. And she's also not sure about the sufficiency of the proposed twenty five million considering the cost some communities have seen for their efforts to expand broadband. It's a good start. But I think it needs to be more a rare circumstance where you have Democrats offering money in a Republican saying give me more money this strange. We might need to dig into this and get the Queen of alliteration Senator Shelly short on on the show and get her her feedback on that. So there we go. Oh, that's our first story of the day. And now we're going to get you back to the front page from Seattle. From seattle. It looks like the homeless encampment in Northgate, and we might have to ask. Our next guest. Brendan Colin running for city. Seattle city council about the encampment in Northgate because he might have driven right by previously. But the encampment in Northgate is pretty much back, and it was gone for three to four days after the navigation team when in worked with with those in the homeless community there to to clean clean it up. And and it seems like most of those people are are slowly returning from. Komo news is gave Cohen last week as the city of Seattle queered this Northgate homeless encampment neighbor, Brandon Redinger made a prediction then in a few days. I.
"podunk" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"This is factually, yes, this is a whole new plane of sleaze irresponsibility and everything else that we expect at this point from the legacy media. But at this point, there's nothing they can do to surprise us. There's nothing there is no death that these folks in their attempt to say, orange, man bad. There is no death of these people will sink to while circling the wagons around the Matt Lauer and everybody else in the responsible things that they're journalists do and still still try to lecture the American people about how they are somehow the gatekeepers they are the truth. They're the only objective voice in the room. And they're holding Trump accountable. They're holding everyone accountable, and they're lecturing us toothless morons out in real America. I there is no death that surprises me. Yes. That is a if I have I have to say. Step back and get out of my own mindset for a second to realize the gravity of the juxtaposition that you've pointed out because at this point. It's just par for the course, Aaron. Yeah. It's it's like somebody going into your home, dropping trowel and taking a whiz and saying, hey, you got a leak this is this is the media. He got a leak over here. And no, no, you're you're you're peeing. No. You got a leak over here. And then Michael Nettie comes along. And once they've successfully chased us out of our own house because they keep whizzing all over the place. Michael avenue comes along. And then they just go ahead. And you know, it's it's there's now they kind of took the they took the space from us. And now they trash the house that is that is they're not my point is they're not even respecting the themselves. They have they have no self respect at all. You would think with egos as large as even the most podunk reporter in. In podunk, Mississippi, probably has because of their association with journalism journalism, and the media, you would think they would have some self respect. But there is none of that. There is just the board. I mean, the group think that is what the media is the group think it has progressivism, and it is all for you Damien. I love you Damian. Even past that point. It's it's it's not even the the group think. Yes, progressivism, and it's not they don't have any self respect. They have more. They have self respect to the point of pride and hubris. They don't realize that they're they're peddling progressivism because they themselves than they are purveying this truth. They end up. There are so many people in this profession in my legacy outlets in my profession who have this sort of messiah complex, especially in the Trump who can't see past their own nose and realize their own bias. They're biased because they have imagine themselves as these profits and messiahs of truth. Yes, yes. He Trump has to be the villain here. And I'm not a Trump fan, by the way in general, but Trump has to be the the archetype snivelling handlebar moustache villain here. Because of Trump is the symptom is I believe that he is and not the villain, then who's the villain? They are there. Dr Frankenstein, always whether it was the Republican establ-, I say this about the Republican establishment when Trump was first ascending. And now applies to the media as well. Dr Frankenstein, always hates the monster. He creates every time every single time exit question a few months ago. Several yours truly included thought would be a factor in the twenty twenty democratic presidential primary. Do you still feel that way giving these revelations Nate? Oh, yeah. He's going to be a factor. Whether or not he's actually a contributing factor whether or not he's just the butt of the joke for the early primary days remains to be seen. But there's always at least one usually multiple democratic presidential candidates. That don't understand how bad they are for the party's brand. Right. The last one got the nomination and this time you got another. So. Gets it gets it. I'm not even sure that but I'm going to let it stand. Just because I was so good Todd. Go ahead. What do you? They said is why the answer is. Yes. Erin, even more. So now, I totally disagree with you guys. But you know, what I I'm so enjoying the narrative, you're casting. I'm just gonna let stand on China. All right issue for finally a real debate. Thrill is released the top thirty Hala weaned candies. Here's the top ten Hershey's Breese's pieces. Nestle crunch Mr. good.
U.S. court orders Trump administration to fully reinstate DACA program
"Sovereign jetty White House reporter for the daily caller with. All the news but you need to know from coming out of the White House. And Capitol Hill I'm Mary Walter and I'm here. With bids colonies so good morning happy as always to be joining this morning by Joe digenova legal analyst and pharmacy is turning to the, district of Columbia, Joe. Good morning. Sir good morning glad to have you. Back on Friday the big news coming out that a judge John Bates US District Judge John Bates has now barred the Trump administration from ending DACA and saying that they need to fully restore the deferred action for. Childhood arrivals program that's that that program put in. Place by President Obama that allows young illegal immigrants Or they were, young at one point. To stay. In the United States without punishment how, is it exactly and and the judge says that. The Trump administration failed in its rationale for why it was changing it back. Why does it need to provide a rationale of this is an executive action to begin with well actually it. Doesn't make a confession here John I'm a John Bates the chief of my civil. Division when I was US attorney and then recommended. Him for a US district court judge John is is a good man but in this case he happens to be deadly wrong let's remember, this is this, beautifully. Named deferred. Action for childhood arrivals that's what docket. Stands for this is the goofy name that President Obama thought up to violate the law out of whole cloth he created an illegal program with a right to stay President Trump becomes president and says okay well that. Executive order by President Obama is a legal unconstitutional ongoing rescinded he's already said that Publicly that is sufficient reason the is simply wrong this notion this is something that the. Judge and two other. Judges just don't wanna do they don't want to take responsibility for making these children quote unquote leave the country. This is another outrageous example of judicial overreach he said that the reasons given by the president? Or, arbitrary and capricious my answer to that. Is. Nonsense get yourself a dictionary judge Joe why why does the constitutionally constitutionality and legality of this action even matter like let's pretend it. Was all fine and on the up. And up wouldn't it be well within the president's rights. To remove, a program put in place by the same branch of. Government yes it it it. Is within his the is simply wrong you know this is this is under the rubric of these. These old cases from the nineteen seventies by liberal judges that wants a right has been, created, by, the government in order to take it away you have to have. Some over arching justification This is the corruption of judicial overreach and how it has infected our. Public policy the fundamental rule here is the president who, follows, another, president can rescind. The executive orders of the previous president that. He's black letter constitutional law and the fact that federal judges refused to. Recognize it shows why it's important to get Brett Cavanaugh, on, the. Supreme? Court could everything is going to have to work its way to? The supreme court and that's part of what what's going on on the, left is that they're just delaying delaying delaying the marvelous game the left cannot win through elections so it winds through? The, courts regrettably. This is a Republican judge John Bates he's. A nice, guy but he's just dead wrong let's talk about another judge Dana sabroto a. US district judge who said that the Trump administration is responsible for finding immigrant parents who were deported and chose to. Leave their children here or who were release East into the US for whatever reason without their children how is. This the administration's responsibility if the parents chose to leave their children here in wouldn't take them with them this is another example of, incomprehensible judicial conduct I'm not quite sure what it's gonna take to sort of get federal judges back into the role that the constitution. Gives them which is relatively limited one had like five or six federal judges. Basically running the government telling the president of the United States that he can't do things that he was elected to. Do that is absolutely absurd it. Is a kind of judicial autonomy that. Has gotten out of control. There is. No justification for what, that judge did and yet. It continues this is going to happen until we get. A full smackdown from the supreme court on the substance of each issue which is whether or not the president has already and then secondarily these nationwide Guide injunctions the. Judges issue from one little court? In podunk that's all gotta stop and the supreme court has to address that the. FBI has released some documents related to Christopher. Steele move onto him he's the the guy who compiled the Trump dossier the the one is filled with all sorts of half, truths and and skeptical. Information of in terms of how credulous we should be about it Christopher Steele FBI documents heavily heavily redacted we can find out almost no information this is almost this. Is almost a joke. Right well what we know now is that this is this is no. Longer even open to question notwithstanding the lunatics on, CNN MSNBC and the. New York Times and the Washington Post there was the plot a brazen plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton and to frame Donald Trump it's real simple stop it it's not. Even open to, question anymore The Steele dossier is basically, unverified garbage none of it has ever been verified I keep hearing John Brennan and others say oh. Some of it's been verified but they never quite say. What ended has been. Verified and the reason is they can't what's really interesting is it after Steele was fired by the FBI for violating. Their rules as a confidential informant they actually continue to use him by having him report directly to Bruce Moore who was out of the deputies office under Obama in the Justice department and then. Bruce or acted steals, mouthpiece going back. To the f. b. i. and giving. Them the same type of bad intelligence and, the? FBI, because this is what they do made three o two's for every interview that they had. With Bruce source they're they're like sixty or seventy of these forms which Senator Grassley. Wants to make public, the bureau is refusing by the way keep your eyes and ears. Open over the, next week. Or two or a little bit more More there's going to be more stuff on five it's going to be fascinating it's going to get very ugly for Christopher Wray and rod Rosenstein. As evidence continues to mount that they are withholding information from congress and the public merely. Because they don't want to embarrass the, bureau or their predecessors at the department of Justice very interesting we will be looking for that Jaysekulow has come out and said that if Muller subpoenas the president they're gonna fight. Them all. The way to the supreme court But yet doesn't is fine the face, of what Rudy. Giuliani has been out saying to the last week or so well I think you're seeing a little good cop bad cop here I don't expect, the president to agree to any. Interview by Muller given the incredible illegitimacy of Muller's investigation the manner in which it's, been conducted the people who were conducting it. I think that the president is. Under no constitutional obligation in a case like this. Where he is not accused of a crime he is not a vital witness. There is no evidence that he has any information the special counsel has not provided to the president. In any of his letters any evidence that he thinks the president possesses which. Can get from no one else under existing law the. President is generally quote not. Available because he's very busy in this situation I think the, president will win any fight over subpoena I think Muller knows that and I think if, he were, going to, issue a subpoena he would've issued a long long Time ago. He doesn't want to issue it subpoenaed. Yeah I mean the president's in Bedminster a lotta time to think about whether, or not he actually wants. To do this we'll see what the outcome of that is Joe digenova thank you very. Much, really appreciate it as always seven fifteen now, wwl.
"podunk" Discussed on Double Toasted
"You don't want to get anything in your lungs what her lungs collapsed and she got pneumonia so at this point we can technically say that condoms causing any foreign object can do that the other one was somebody who wallet some kind of way and it got wrapped around their appendix which gave him a pen decided swollen up i think that was serious but they didn't die in both like you talking about like men kids doing this you could die from it yeah but the only two real incidence from it happen from people not doing this challenge it was about it was about acklin acklin yep just gave these kids challenge what i'm saying it's stupid at ended and it's going to be painful and uncomfortable if you get stuck half way you'll be flailing probably have to go to a hospital to get taken out is is nothing smart about doing it it's just not it has improved itself to actually be as deadly as they're saying how stupid are you going to feel if you were choking on a condo net you put i up your nose and you go to a doctor dr looking at you like why didn't you just put it on your dick like he was supposed i'm sure at some of the most redneck hillbilly podunk hospitals they have to deal with shit way worse than this yeah stuff on people's rectum like like why is this of their i don't know.
"podunk" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Fabulous we need to queen from fucking podunk i am shit hole city i have a bias towards country queens l forgive country queens more readily than any other cat she's she's got the country queen thing you know what i mean like she's giving you the look but it's it's polish country queen her meet the queen's is truly masterclass really good oh great looks amazing she is amazing it's time to meet the queen's from last season also she does the thing where she was like it's blank meets blank meets blank six things you reach it's like dayglo she listed nine quayle so fun it was very funny okay great thank you matt welcome i'll go next how about we go what are we doing we're just talking about faith faith because i couldn't do a final three i couldn't even this is all i just wanted to platform to say that this is oh yeah i will say this i don't know that queen i will say this person plan after seeing her interview with sasha verloren facebook live she is a disgrace to the community uhhuh this coming here's what she goes she here's what she does sasha's like being okay yes you're right this is a question do that i i just greeting to screaming hi i'm here with a ua hamasaki how are you darling sweat here from the ocean all the way from asia simon immigrant i swam i swam over here.