19 Burst results for "Sarah John"

"sarah john" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah john" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"When I was dropped that referred to White's It's crackers referred to the Black mayor as an inward horror was that did he had he started on his path to anti racism already gotten off and got a cup of coffee at his restaurant. What, exactly pull off the road took a nap. But, you know, don lemon is not sure whether his policy was within fear. You know, you have to give a sincere apology. I'm not Sure how he knew it wasn't sincere, but he knew it wasn't sincere. I don't know these apologies, Air sincere. What happened or what have you? You know, I've heard you. I should wear the charity and she would have, you know, I just don't know that. Rachel did would Rachel did? Rachel did would rate thistles deep this is I mean, this is just really You haven't interviewed her, but you interviewed Chris Chris has been on this earth for five decades. He's 49 years old, and therefore he should know better than to say if somebody Had an ante bellum party two years ago. Maybe she should have an opportunity to explain it. He shouldn't say that because that indicates he's not on the path to anti racism and he hasn't had to deal with these issues. You deal with these issues. To struggle with these issues to wrestle with these issues to deal An issue of a woman having an antebellum party two years ago. And had, and Harrison said. Maybe she should have a chance to explain it, and therefore he's not dealing with these issues. Hasn't taken the opportunity or the chance. This is why so many people aren't exhales. Work. Don't know what to say. You know what to do. Simply saying that this woman should have a chance to explain why she had the party. Naito apologize for it. That's not good enough. You're canceled. You're done. Saying Push back on Trump Cabinet members doesn't get you canceled. Saying. Take Charlton Heston out. Shooting with the 44 caliber bulldog as Spike Lee did it, referring to Charlton Heston, the president of the N R A. That doesn't get you canceled. This. New member of the New York Times editorial board named Sarah John. All sorts of insulting racist tweets, except they're directed towards whites and police officers. I didn't get you canceled. Referring to Jews is diamond merchants in the low pres. Helping to foment. The 1991 Crown Heights riots. Where Jews were attacked. Black living in that area. That doesn't get you canceled. In fact, I get your TV show you get UK maker. Al Sharpton is a kingmaker, a Democrat kingmaker all these Democrats, including Joe Biden, Kissed his wing sought his endorsement. The guy who was on a videotape. Talking with an undercover FBI agent. Agreeing to do a cocaine deal. The guy in the streets of Ferguson before one word of testimony has been taken yelling no justice. No peace while claiming he came out of the MLK movement. MLK was not about no justice, no peace. What about civil? Disobedience. And while King is often quoted as saying riots are the language of the unheard He also said it in that same section. They were ultimately counterproductive. That part is left off the way they always leave off the part where Donald Trump said Peacefully, unpatriotically. I'm not talking about the neo Nazis and the white nationalist because they should be condemned both sides, you know, they can leave that out. Don't know whether his apology was sincere, says Don Lemon. And almost 50 years. Especially doing what he does in the history of the show Toe. Learn about racism and America to learn about racism. I don't even mean You learn that there was slavery to learn that there was Jim Crow to learn that there is prejudice in America. Tomorrow. I'm going to be giving testimony before A House Judiciary subcommittee, and the issue is gonna be Reparations. I find it fascinating. We're talking about reparations in 2021 win. Racism. Has never been a less significant factor I mentioned to you before 2007 Gallup poll. Hillary is competing against Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination. And John McCain is competing with Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination. And Gallup found Only 5% of Americans said they would never under any circumstances vote for a black person. 11% said they would never under any circumstances Vote for female, referring to Hillary 24% of they would never vote for a a Mormon, referring to Mitt Romney. And 42% said they would not vote for a person. Who would be 72 at the time he entered office That would have been the age of John McCain. Had John McCain been elected. Which suggests that Obama as a black person had a smaller burden to overcome. Then these three more experienced white politicians. Is this thing on He himself. Talbot, the father, son, Owners of relief actor are on a mission. They want to double the number of happy customers this year. 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"sarah john" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"All right. The fourth thing they look at his public interest and this played into the decision as well. In this case, this means wooded unduly hurt fortnight players or unreal engine developers that aren't part of the case. The judge actually acknowledged that fortnight is really important right now she wrote the court further recognizes that during these Corona Virus Pandemic Times virtual escapes assistant connecting people in providing space that is otherwise unavailable, but she didn't find that that interest outweighed the other public interest of quote requiring private parties to adhere to contractual agreements. She's like sorry that's not an excuse on the other hand. Stopping developer access for the development of unreal engine would definitely harm third parties. She wrote the record shows potential significant damage to both the unreal engine platform itself and to the gaming industry generally including on both third party developers and games epic games and Apple are at Liberty to litigate against each other. But their disputes should not create havoc to buy standards and the judge notes her previous determination that it isn't obvious that epic. Violated terms regarding unreal engine with epic International. She's like there's another agreement here that they didn't even violate. So in summary because epic could easily fixed the night situation and there isn't enough harm to epic or players by keeping it out the fortnight band is allowed to stand. But because there are separate agreements regarding unreal engine and it would definitely harm third party developers apple may not suspend epochs whole developer account affecting unreal engine now. Like. I said, this is not the end. There will now be a full hearing on the preliminary injunction on September twenty eighth. It's essentially a less urgent version of the same thing. Again, the temporary restraining order only lasts to get them to that preliminary injunction where they will determine what the status quo should be during the case case going to go over all this again. The actual court case over this won't be scheduled until after that preliminary injunction has decided and that's unlikely to happen this year. Hence, the importance placed on these injunctions because they're deciding what the status quo will be for the next year or more. You. Know I, think it was I. I. Don't know if you read the unofficial minutes of the hearing by I think it was Sarah John Young Young really fascinating stuff. judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers got everything right in my opinion she understood the intricacies of everything including video games aspect she she was like as a tech. A connoisseur I thought she was. An expert in everything she said understood and and decided it was impressive. Now it seems like she I mean, this is what I said probably would happen yesterday and so it did we didn't get any shockers here. Said, she agrees with Tom's matter. Whether you agree with them or not you can participate in. By submitting stories and voting on others at daily. Tech. News show DOT Reddit, Dot Com who agrees with.

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"sarah john" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"Or even a funnel now I my fitness business over fifty thousand dollars a month over the course of four years, and in the last two years over five hundred on my fitness coaches quit their jobs and take their businesses online. Also fifty of those students are over ten K. each and every single month now. Thank you so much for being here. Let's get into today's episode. What is going on in Phoenix coaches? It's your mentor. Be Market coming at you with another episode of the change. Make money off mentioned podcast. Let's get it. Today's episode is all about story telling with your content. I think that a lot of online fitness coaches do struggle storytelling, so this gas is all about storytelling context. If you guys appreciate the podcast as you guys can help, number, one make sure subscribed on the podcast or spotify. APP is five new episodes each and every single week by the way I won't be recording an episode tomorrow because I will be away on about setting number. Two screen shot any podcast episode room story, telling me happy mark fit. Tuning in and number three telephone about this podcast and let them know that this is the number one podcast fitness coaches. Okay, so a lot of us have heard that storytelling is super important when it comes to building your my business, and that you need to like tell your story, but a lot of coaches struggled storytelling because who here feels like. They don't have a story to tell who here feels like. They don't have a story to tell who here feels like. They wanted to tell their story, but they feel like nobody's GonNa Listen. They feel like nobody's GonNa Value. Who here feels like? They wanted to tell their story, but they. They feel like people are going to judge, US, people are going to reject does or people aren't going to accept our story right, and so we shy away from sharing our stories and social media and fear of other people's opinions in fear of being judged, however something else that I. Want you guys to understand is this? There's a lot of online fitness coaches on the Internet and there's a lot of people that are trying to do the same thing that you guys are doing and the only way to stand out and differentiate. Yourself is the things that you say about your story. So who are you as a person? That's the. The differentiating factor between you and Sarah John on my coach and Billy Bob Online coach, your story is the differentiating factor that's what's going to cause you to stand out in the crowded marketplace..

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"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Understands the distrust among African Americans bar says progress has been made when it comes to race and he specifically mentioned advances in the U. S. military we have a fire off the one no one in Hollywood a little grass fire there one one south bound at Beaumont Avenue it's on the right shoulder and some fire equipment showing up their doubts that thing but traffic really slow back from Santa Monica Boulevard as you head towards downtown Los Angeles okay fine this guy's sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryan is checking out your drive in hacienda heights the lowly Brive will opt out here the sixty westbound approaching Seventh Avenue that's an overturned vehicle upside down there in the car for the left lane the external drive upside down all day it back through a juicer yeah I think that's not too bad it's going to be a little sluggish you through one of the office once again as you approach the fifty seven Morgan diamond bar now operate head don't get very tough in Ontario just leaving you going over to the constructions all through the fifteen where you're down to just three left lanes available also summer work working intern Norco fifteen southbound approaching six right around the Santa Ana river wash their because they're clearing out of the White Plains and extra type content to Galliano injured in an accident that the triple woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI in this guy okay I find this guy helps get you there faster I will Kohlschreiber Sarah John and Ken show is brought to you by A. I. S. auto insurance specialist visit A. I. S. insurance dot com today the heat is on we'll tell you about that next the average score master user.

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"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To keep their liability shield the order follows criticism of Twitter by president trump for putting fact check warnings on two of his tweets we have a crash on the five in Burbank where this one is a huge masses started off with a tanker that other terror truck that lost its tanker trailer the trailer is on fire you've probably heard all about it but only the right lane is open right now and that rightly just happens to be the exit only lane at all live so you can just use that lane when you get to the offramp you can just cut right over the core point and continue on into the right main lanes that big delays are stacking up away from Sioux drive southbound is slowing down from one of his stick because you gotta take a look let's check in with Mike o'brien he's got the latest in corona KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com got a good look at a bad drive here on the ninety one if the world body what he's found protein Lincoln looks like a motorcyclist down of the two left lanes very very tight for the fifteen eastbound side of the fence a pretty normal flowing through the Santa Ana canyon for where came in over the Green River and it once again from Lincoln through the fifteenth of a tight scratch south seventy one on the brakes there from you click to the ninety one and that construction zone continues up in the Ontario area sixty eastbound approaching the fifteenth just three lines available it's already jam from your glass injured accident this is super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI and this guy came by in the sky helps get you there faster I mean to Martinez this Sarah John and Ken show is brought to you by A. I. S. auto insurance specialist visit A. I. S. insurance dot com today a little cooler will tell you about that next how are you protecting yourself from the impact code nineteen is having on the economy experts are saying unemployment is at its highest rate since the Great Depression the markets have plunged and all signs indicate a recession is coming well the future of the economy looks bleak bank of America is now predicting gold will hit a whopping three thousand dollars an ounce now is the time to be proactive with your finances and diversify with precious metals.

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Not All Bread Is Yeasted Bread

Bon Appetit Foodcast

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Not All Bread Is Yeasted Bread

"You're listening I'm Adam rappaport all right first up this week. We've got editorial assistant. Jesse sparks getting on the phone with basically editor expert Baker. Sarah John to talk about non east of bread. Everyone's been obsessing over homemade sourdot lately and baking a lot with commercial scoreboard east. But Today Jesse Sarah are focusing on breads and bread lake. Things are made without either of those after that chef tyler record reads an essay. He wrote for Bon petite dot com called. I used to be a chef. Now I'm defeating monsters with a toddler in my empty restaurant. Okay here's Sarah and Jesse okay. Sarraj Powell basically editor baking extraordinaire agency. Tiny kitchen gear. How's it going fine? I made a horrible loaf of bread through. No that is a great way to start off. Bread podcast cursing which I do not curse. Secularly at high was so frustrated. I think it's the kind of thing we're like when it's good. It's good when it's bad it is. It is so bad the process. What's happened so I was like super diligent and it was soured. Oh it's like everyone can roll their eyes by. I was really diligent about it and I had even written Alec this full schedule of every time I had to fold it like it's rests. I had coordinated my day around it and I think I just let it overproof because it was kind of warm and my kitchen and I didn't take that into account so when I went to look at it after it was fully risen it was ready to get shaved. It was gigantic like pressing up against the LID Super Wet and I put on the cutting board lie work surface and I was kind of like this is going to be fine just like us us enough flour and anyway this was all karmic energy. Because I just the I had been talking to you about this but like a few days ago. My husband was making bread. And he was just like disastrously shaping it like like I was in there in the kitchen like over his shoulder like a little Brat. Being like this is what are you doing like horrible? And they came out super flat and I was like you know patting myself on the back. Little Miss know it all and then. Yesterday my bread was a disaster. Speaking of issues the sourdot there is so much to the world of bread. In kind of your estimation. Can you give me kind of like a breakdown of the three general categories and breads? Oh well I guess it's like you have leavened unleavened breads so like you know breads that are rising in some way and I guess like an ancient times that was usually like wild beasts which is sour dough and people who are still using wild yeast to Baker Baking sourdough bread and then you have breads that are leavened with instant or active dry or fresh. She's which is commercially made east. And that is much more convenient. And it's much more reliable and consistent because like you're getting a product that was made in a factory you know what you're getting instant. Yeast is my favorite of those. Because it's like virtually indestructible like my instant. Used has literally been fridge for years and still got still got it. Yeah and then. They're like you know quick breads which are breads that are leavened with chemical lavender's so yeast which is like a living organism but baking powder and baking soda. And then there's the world of unleavened breads flat breads so like PIRATA wrote. They're probably hundreds of flat. Breads just on the Indian subcontinent alone. And then like they're flat breads literally number single culture People at have been really into Scalia pancakes lately and they're like also you know tens of different types of Scotland pancakes and make it more confusing. Some flat breads are leavened. So like pita is a flat bread but it's leavened non is often Levin sometimes it's leavened with yeast sentences leavened with Baking Powder Bing Soda. So yeah it's a huge world for big big wide world of bread it's terrifying so one of the things that we're going to focus on. Today is the big wide world of nine east. Does that still managed to produce those like beautiful brady like chew texters? So can you kind of tell me about what are some of your favorite examples of like the non USA does if you're not going to use yeast. I think like the best option usually is eleven or like baking powder baking Soda Soda. Breads are really classic bread this leavened with baking soda and it kind of like has that baking soda e taste but it's tamed by acid so baking soda as a base but if you add enough acid to it you kind of temper that you know basic taste and those are super easy to put together and like hard to mess up and acidity in the dairy oftentimes. That's buttermilk makes it tender. It's not I wouldn't say it's like a great bread for like slicing like a sandwich or anything. But it's like great to pull apart enjoy and you can make it savory or sweet those are great and then you wrote about beer breads which are fun because they use like the carbonation of beer in conjunction with the Londoner to get an even bigger rise and then another thing is that people on the Internet Have been kind of like pulling up these recipes that are also like creative ways to get around this yeast shortage that were having and so something. I've seen that I'm interested in is assault risen bread which I have not tried but apparently it has a stench stench. Like that's why people don't really like to make it anymore. I'm into that and then I've seen this peanut butter bread going around which uses peanut butter to get that sort of bread like consistency. Yeah and then I think like flat breads are different often. Provide like a different thing like. It's kind of a different product but I find those to be super satisfying to me. We have a yogurt flat bread on the site. Developed by Jesuit excited another one by Chris Morocco and those are both very fast breads to make they don't involve any east at all and yeah I mean I also have made a non type flat bread that was used baking powder and Baking Soda and Yogurt and not turned out really well. Also so there are a lot of options if you don't have yeast though it's not exactly the same

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"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The anti malaria drugs were more likely to die for a map of all the current cases in so cal you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com key word is a cove it we're gonna go back to that crash on the four five in Sherman oaks this is her car flipped over on the four oh five north bound coming up on the window when the three of the planes have been blocked and it looks like they're getting everything wrapped up right now so it doesn't look too bad getting through but I'll tell you where it looks really bad everyone's heading to the coast Pacific coast highway absolutely jammed out of Santa Monica to Malibu and also in Orange County between Dana point and Huntington beach let's head out to Ontario with Mike o'brien K. affine the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com age of the sixties value to have the roadwork broaching the fifteen approaching haven down the three lines but with the holiday light traffic is just a little bit into the same sort of big deal it's a little heavier coming out of the high desert a lot of folks I think going back to the river points beyond exactly south fifteenth loading up there from the eighteen double three ninety five and then again the tech approaching the one thirty eight dot ports can what you can see some slowing their ninety one east up through the center of a cannon that's a beautiful drive right now about forty five minutes for the fifty five of the downtown riverside injured in an accident there's a super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI am this guy can't find this guy helps get you there faster I mean summer Tina's this Sarah John and Ken show is brought to you by A. I. S. auto insurance specialists visit A. I. S. insurance dot com today edesign we'll tell you about that next.

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"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Classification an overstatement says with the economy in crisis we need to make it easier not harder for people to quickly start earning Chris and Carla okay fine news we have a crash on the one ten in Gardena this one's on the southbound side it's just before el Segundo Boulevard and that is where this wreck is being cleared out of the two right lanes but delays are loading up from the one oh five on the northbound side of the one ten in Wilmington you've got all names off limits here and just be I'm fast as a coach to highway and traffic is an absolute mess getting away from C. street what you can do instead is you can take John S. Gibson Boulevard that runs parallel to the one ten freeway in turns into Figueroa gets a little crowded around Pacific coast highway but it's looking like a pretty face and alternate let's check in with Michael Bryan KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com well we have the construction zone it's Ontario again today six eastbound from just about the new York over towards the fifteenth if basically call it down to three left lanes available at that point is about two or three there are blocks off it's very happy now back before you could almost about that still want to consider Philadelphia north of the freeway or the ten eastbound teddy got hopefully people moaning and then once again Ontario towards the fifteenth but certainly much the sixty out of the Senate Acadian body when he's done all the breaks there just about we're getting that we're candid over Green River that's to be the type scratch their injured in the accident visit super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI and this guy Hey at by in the sky helps get you there faster I mean from our team as they Sarah John and Ken show is brought to you by A. I. S. auto insurance specialist visit A. I. S. insurance dot com today the hot forecast is next you've had bad.

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"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"An effort in New York City cities must unite we must rise up we must stand together there's no estimate yet on a dollar figure the city will have to divest at city hall Chris and Carla okay fine news we have a crush on the five in Laguna hills this one is along the southbound side it's coming up on El Toro road watch for emergency crews on the scene and looks like they have that left lane blocked off big delays are backing up getting away from bake parkway out to riverside with Mike o'brien K. F. find this guy sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com he starts out at the ninety wanted Adams it's an accident there to the right shoulder it pretty much added to the normal for the hobby drive started get corroded about main street glide a bit tougher the Santa Ana canyon ninety one eastbound that's a brutal drive started just past the burial highway that stretch very heavy out to Green River gets a double sided Montclair that ten westbound right around central they're doing so breaks the breaks the brakes there to push the potholes and it looks like that's backing up right out of Ontario and he's about ten minutes got normal filled up there the Kellogg interchange at the bonfire injured in an accident visit super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant okay I find this guy can't find this guy helps get you there faster I mean to Martinez Sarah John and Ken show is brought to you by A. I. S. auto insurance specialist visit A. I. S. insurance dot com today a little warmer the forecast is next and then he outlasted democratic insiders in Washington on impeachment despite his obvious crimes.

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"sarah john" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Three four five days you get a significant increase in cases so you can't afford these interruptions secondly. We need to make sure we're not blind that the virus can't go somewhere somewhere and propagate undetected and they will only see it when there's many cases suddenly coming forward at risk areas where there's no virus circulating right now we need really good surveillance in those areas as we need really good contact monitoring those areas this whole epidemic became a major problem because it went undetected for more than three months before the epidemic was declared in August that allowed it to create multiple multiple chains of transmission that have been very difficult to track and trace. We can't afford for that to continue to happen so we have to work to end the interruptions to end the blind spots and bring this to closure Dave aggressively Ebola response coordinator for the U._N.. In Goma D._R._C. Thank you very much. David thank you my pleasure. England's fifty pound banknote will soon have a new face that of British mathematician Alan Turing Turing was a World War Two a war hero who was later prosecuted for being gay his code cracking helped the allies decipher encrypted messages from Nazi Germany touring work helped shorten the war and saved an incalculable number of lives five years ago Hollywood told the story of how touring crack the enigma Germany's code machine. Everyone thinks `Nigma is unbreakable. TRY TO SHOW MR cheering. Do you know how many die because of an did three well. We've been having this conversation. The film The imitation game also explained what happened to touring after the war he was convicted for gross indecency for having an affair with a man homosexuality was illegal legal in Britain until nineteen sixty seven and as punishment for the crime of homosexuality touring with chemically castrated. He died by suicide before those laws were changed for decades. The idea of honoring a gay man on an English Banknote Banknote frankly seemed impossible touring grand niece Rachel Barnes called today's announcement brilliant and she believes his appeal is partly because who ultimately became his enemy he called he was persecuted by the government who he worked for. I think if people feel attached to him because of that when you consider why Turing we'll be on the fifty pound note simple he's considered one of the fathers of computer science and artificial intelligence he came up with the initial concept of a machine machines that could be used to solve any copeland. What we now know is a Computer Sarah John There the Bank of England's chief cashier her signature will be the one on the new banknotes? The new bill will include a quote from touring about the rise of machine intelligence intelligence he said this is only a foretaste of what is to come and only the shadow of what is going to be the new banknote will be in circulation by the end of twenty twenty one..

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"sarah john" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KQED Radio

"His unbreakable one official securing you know how many have died because of an three well we've been having this conversation the film the imitation game also explain what happened a touring after the war he was convicted for gross indecency for having an affair with a man homosexuality was illegal in Britain until nineteen sixty seven and as punishment for the crime of homosexuality touring was chemically castrated he died by suicide before those laws were changed for decades the idea of honoring a gay man on an English bank note frankly seemed impossible Turing's grand niece Rachel Barnes called today's announcement brilliant brilliant and she believes his appeal is partly because who ultimately became his enemy because he was persecuted by the government who he worked full and I think that people still fail at times to him because of that when you consider why touring will be on the fifty pound note simple he's considered one of the fathers of computer science and artificial intelligence he went came up with the initial concept all of a machine that could be used to sold any call people problem what we now know is a computer Sarah John there the bank of England's chief cashier her signature will be the one on the new bank notes the new bill will include a quote from touring about the rise of machine intelligence he said this is only a foretaste of what is to come and only the shadow of what is going to be the new bank note will be in circulation by the end of twenty twenty one.

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"sarah john" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is brought to you by the american waterworks association and your local water provider We now join our program already in progress harmony, and science. Let Sarah, John Lennon, son. he doesn't have a name of zone he's known as the son of the famed beatles member john lennon but he attacked left this political correctness saying that they're frightening bores they're they're bores frightened by comedy and science this huge turnaround going on amongst young people in this country it's long overdue i don't know that it's going to be in time i kinda doubt it i'm waiting for new book to come out call the death of the west by president auto spangler but that's a joke by the way for those of you know outta spangler even as i doubt if the brain has been made into fish by the media i don't think it would know auto spangler is anyone you know from others bakery so here we are watching the world go round watching america disappear front of our eyes and things go on you go to chinese restaurant you try to forget your troubles and san francisco you come out your windows broken in and all your belongings stolen and it's gangs the chinese guy said oh one of them rides buying a bicycle and then he has a cell phone calls the other one in a car and they're in one minute and they break the window and it's like a job for them Take the bridge back over the bridge. The East Bay. They divide up the loot sell off the passports, the licenses. The underwear socks. That San Francisco have nice night out in San Francisco, dine out San Francisco. But you bring your car, you better bring a spare window with you. some going back on my where am i twitter feed let's see where did i start trump stops and attacking iran but who misled him shall we go to war with iran remember that poll was eighty three percent said no the only people saying guess those on oxygen in talk radio Who pretend that they're conservatives but they're really progressive communist in the skies. and there are some other stories yet massive gration rates deportations delayed but then again it was five dimensional chess it was the trick everyone that he said he was going to do it very very nine then i got so bored of the presidency in so bored of politics i started reading science again and very interested in and asa -til system which i've known about for about three years but i was thinking about this n._b._c. lower home assisting raise it i was very pleased n._f._c. lower levels for those of you interested in heart issues your doctor probably gotten caught up with that so i put n._f._c. lower homocysteine levels educate your heart doctor i thought that was an interesting post got almost no traffic then i posted a picture of my window san fran smash show i called it really ugly and then there was a heartbreaking story of the former marine on motorcycles hampshire who were killed by guy driving a pickup truck dragging car trail killed all of them seven bikers killed on a pickup truck smashed into mudflat petrella site posted did the truck drivers smashing killing marine bike is on purpose was this at active terrorism well i got roundly criticized by people saying how do you even ask the question well i asked for couplings reasons the truck drivers thing which was released was a russian or ukrainian name that was number one all right not all russians ukrainians of terrorists but okay that's the first red light that went off then then after this tragedy the cops in new hampshire released them then they couldn't find them his employer couldn't even find them i'm the only one in the media following the story and guess what i found out for you the truck driver was arrested two hours ago a three hours ago they found them and when they investigated his house they found bags of heroin in it so that doesn't mean it's terrorism but there was more to the story than met the eye why are the cops release them initially after thing like this why what was something doesn't make sense for the new hampshire state police or the local police to have come upon such a tragic scene with so many deaths and released driver of that truck smashed into these most motorcyclists i'm sorry i i would do it at internal investigation i've seen too many movies to think this was by accident and i need the f._b._i. to get involved in his horrible case that was a tweet from june twenty third then johnson john lennon's son i don't know his actual name is john lennon's son denounce his leftovers gallup says immigration is the number one problem i gotta ask you again what is your biggest problem what's your problem sir Join the Savage Nation Cole. No eight five five four.

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At odds on many fronts, US and Russia hope for better ties

PRI's The World

02:01 min | 3 years ago

At odds on many fronts, US and Russia hope for better ties

"Was sunny and warm in the Russian resort city of sulky today secretary state, Mike Pompeo travel there to meet with his Russian counterpart and with President Vladimir Putin. Unlike the city where they met the US Russian relationship is probably better described as overcast and chilly in any case Pompeo was looking on the bright side, he told reporters I am here today because President Trump is committed to improving this relationship, but as the world's Matthew bell reports actually resetting US. Russia ties is a long shot when Putin wants to host foreign guests in relaxed atmosphere. He meets them in Sochi where Russia hosted the twenty fourteen Winter Olympics, ladies and gentlemen, the president of the Russian federation. Putin. Putin spends a good amount of time in this city that was rebuilt in part to glorify his presidency. It's the perfect setting for Putin's first meeting with a high level American official in nearly a year. It is important that Mike Pompeo is visiting. He was as a director of the CIA one of the first officials from Trump administration to actually pay visit to Russia, and then he hosted Russian intelligence, insecurity. Chiefs in Washington semen, Sarah, John is director of the Russia matters project at Harvard's Kennedy School of government. He says Pompeo has an established relationship with the Russians and the timing for this meeting is good too. With the Muna report already published this. Duck clout has looked dissipated, but has has changed color, and Sarah, John says there are areas where the US and Russia want to work together counter-terrorism is one both governments want to lower the threat posed by international terrorist groups like. Isis arms control is another one neither country wants nuclear war, and Sarah, John says extending the new start treaty aimed at preventing an arms race between the US and Russia is something that's achievable.

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"sarah john" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Have on FOX nation dot com. And it's different. You get to see the radio studio. What we do. What we did. They Linda always wants to do Twitter live Facebook life. Unlike I like, the mystery of radio, I don't have to worry about my hair. I'm wearing right now. A fireman shirt. Like, I always do about ten of them not the same one, I alternate. And anyway, we'll see you know, met him. He writes for Rolling Stone writes a piece today headline the press will learn nothing from the Russia gate, be Lasko. And it's interesting because there are some people now on the left that did not come out and really saying it, but they're admitting it that they've been wrong in the press has been wrong, and they're recognizing these psychosis, the mass group, think etc. And they're like realizing and recognizing a truth in the damage that is being created. Both Democrats are seeing it and in the media, the media mob art of the media mopping people that have been a part of it. I mean for the Washington Post to allow an article that will just going to have to admit, Fox News was right? Kind of is a little bit funny. Little bit humorous or now of the New York Times or Bob Woodward. We've gotta take this dossier thing more seriously. Let me tell you why they're saying it now, and why they haven't been where we have been which has been very obvious. It's not been hard to find where we are. Up in the last two years. You got you basically have to do good old fashioned. You know, reporting it, no get out there. Make phone calls talk to people get sources, try and get information. Oh is funny because I was mentioned in the Muller reports, you see all these stories coming out. Oh, they asked rights previous. When did you first find out about the Trump Tower meeting? Now, they ask him this story broken the New York Times a year after the meeting occurred, the one that was so often talked about, you know, the one about the Magnitsky act that ended up being about Russian adoption when we found out that the woman was connected to fusion GPS. I believe founder not sure it was Simpson. I don't know she met with fusion GPS people both before and after the Trump Tower meeting and all these nefarious things was supposed to happen everybody. At the meeting said it was a dull. Waste of time. That's all they said and kept repeating it. So they so ranks was asked, and I was surprised by this. When did you first hear about the meeting he goes, well, actually week before the New York Times broke, it I got a call from my friend, Sean Hannity, and Sean Hannity said here hearing all those buzz in this noise on on some meeting that might have occurred at Trump Tower and Russians what's that all about? And so I did not have all these people say why didn't you go with the story? I guess now they're viewing me is the great investigative journalists that we know our team is and they're saying because I didn't have the story wrapped up yet. I didn't have all the sources I didn't have. I didn't have all the details. But I had heard rumblings of it. And I know Sarah John had been working on it. They were still at circuit news at the time. And and. I all I had heard was chattered. No details. No, specifics, just noise as you call it. And then when you hear noise like that you kind of start digging a little bit. And I was I really I was calling right? When I'm hearing about this. What are you know about it? That's basically how the conversation went see all these articles what it shot Sean Hannity had the story held it back. I'm like, it was first of all it was a year after the meeting and one week before the New York Times broke open the story, which means that probably everybody was talking about behind the scenes all sources, you know, sources are often shared or maybe it just means that my sources were a little bit better than the New York Times. Maybe I was a week ahead of that. I don't know what I don't know how to interpret that a year after the actual meeting. I didn't know anything about the meeting nothing. I just said what is this noise? Why do I keep hearing this keep coming up, and I know exactly some of the areas I remember some of the areas I've heard the noise from but. Had to have my memory recollected recollected, you know, just Joe joking. But so TIMMY writes this piece Rolling Stone. And you know, it's a great question. Suzanne statement that the press is gonna learn nothing from all of this, you know, on and they he talks about Bevery fifteen twenty sixteen national review on precedent action. I remember this. Well, all out plead Republicans, the stop Trump before it was too late, by the way has there ever been a more conservative governing president in our lifetime. Well, not really you have Reagan. And now Trump in terms of justices, oh promise made promise kept tax cuts the highest in history regulation deregulation. You'd never had anything like this his positions on foreign policy is economic success speaks for itself. None of these people in the press ever talk about it. So many people even I had conservative friends, you know, saying I don't see him governing as a conservative said. Well, I kind of know the guy in. Yeah. I know he donated to politicians in both parties when he was in New York as a builder, and he even said publicly, sadly, that's how the system works. You wanna keep building? Oh, yeah. Have to go to uncle Joe's party, or you gotta go to this person's party, and you're gonna act like even like them and care about them because they have the ability to shut down. Oh, you're entire business. It's horrible the way the system works anyway. So they were calling themselves. Never Trumpers the conservatives against Trump. And there were many of them, you know, the names of a lot of them's no point going over that again and conservative media. You know, we were out there. Like, we often are we we take our own position. We did our own vetting of Obama, many nobody else really in the media went as hard about his background associations. His ideology is thought process going into his books going into his church of twenty years going into where he started his political career. And we did it because we just thought and knew what was the right thing to do. And I came to a very very firm conclusion on who Obama was and I felt that Obama was an indoctrinated rigid pretty radical ideolog who was hiding his radicalism and never showed any propensity or willingness to even entertain other ideas that was my conclusion and it turned out, right? He still believes he was a great president. He doesn't want to hear about anything negative. He's it's eight years. He's president new still blaming George W Bush for the economy that he inherited he doesn't understand the Connie's. He doesn't understand peace through strength. He appointed liberal justices to the supreme court. So with the with with now that we have the. Muller report. And it can't be any more clear. What tibby is asking, you know. It's shocking to see national media voices. After the release of Robert Muller's report, patting each other on the back congratulating themselves for a three year face plant. They must know will haunt the whole business for a long time. I don't think that I don't think they do only Matt's a fan of mine, but this is a thoughtful column fake news Muller is and buying. It writes, David batter Associated Press noted that with a few exceptions Muller. Invest is investigation. Repeatedly supports news reporting that it was done on the Russia probe over the last two years. I don't know where 'bout is coming from here. Otherwise, intelligent guy. It doesn't like me. Either. Anybody in the media likes me? I I had a complex. I would be coming out anyway Boughedir edited the report showed several instances where the president and his team sought to mislead the public. That would be the news media, David. How do you miss this? Concur. He actually congratulated the New York Times Washington Post all they did was say this is a slam dunk Russia collusion the whole time. That's all they said. And he said about Trump he called fake news, folks, fake news. It wasn't an either some of these stories in the coverage is mind boggling this to these people now patting themselves on the back need a drink. This investigation at its core about Donald Trump's daily sometimes hourly assaults on the rule of law in this country as the country's chief executive he sat in his Catanha's, washing FOX and friends maligning the FBI the Ville walk into that room with the scale zero rule of law with a deficit is Donald Trump in kicking in the teeth. Can I just talk about this issue of the president's concerns about leaks? You know who else was concerned about leads, Richard Nixon. Yes report is a gift to the government of Russia. This is a very proud moment for Putin. Collusion and. Is.

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"sarah john" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:26 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KTOK

"It's eight hundred nine four one, Sean if you wanna be a part of the program a lot of people alike in we do these these hits on FOX nation dot com, sometimes breaks or after the show and everybody seems to really like it. It's like one of the more popular things that they have on FOX nation dot com. And it's different. You get to see the radio studio. What we do. What we did. They Linda always wants to do Twitter live Facebook life. I'm like I like the mystery of radio. I don't have to worry about my hair. I'm wearing right now. Firemen t-shirt like I always do about ten of them. It's not the same one. I alternate every day. And anyway, we'll see Matt higby writes for Rolling Stone writes a piece today headline the press will learn nothing from the rush agape the Lasko. And it's interesting because there are some people now on the left that they're not coming out and really saying it, but they're admitting it that they've been wrong in the press has been wrong, and they're recognizing these psychosis, the mass group, think etc. And they're like realizing and recognizing a truth and the damage that is being created both Emma crafts are seeing it and in the media, the media mob part of the meeting people that have been a part of it. I mean for the Washington Post to allow an article, well, just going to have to admit vox news was right? Kinda is a little bit funny. Little bit humorous or now of the New York Times or Bob Woodward. We've gotta take this dossier thing more seriously. Let me tell you why they're saying it now, and why they haven't been where we have been which has been very obvious not been hard to find where we are. For the last two years. You basically have to good old fashioned. You know reporting, you know, get out there. Make phone calls talk to people get sources try and get information was funny because I was mentioned in the Muller reports. All these stories coming out. Oh, they ask rights previous. When did you first find out about the Trump Tower meeting? Now, they ask him this story broken the New York Times a year after the meeting occurred, the one that was so often talked about, you know, the one about the Magnitsky act that ended up being about Russia Dopp shin. The one we found out that the woman was connected to fusion GPS. I believe founder not sure it was Simpson. I don't know she met with fusion GPS people both before and after the Trump Tower meeting and all these nefarious things was supposed to happen everybody at the meeting said it was a dull waste of time. That's all they said and kept repeating it. So they put so Ryan was asked and I was surprised by this. When did you first hear about the meeting he goes, well, actually week before the New York Times broke, it I got a call from my friend, Sean Hannity, and Sean Hannity said. Here all those buzz and this noise on on some meeting that might have occurred what Trump Tower and Russians what's that all about? And so I did not have all these people say why didn't you go with the story? I guess now they're viewing me is the great investigative journalists that we know our team is and they're saying because I didn't have the story wrapped up yet. I didn't have all the sources I didn't have. I didn't have all the details. But I had heard rumblings of it. And I know Sarah John had been working on it. They were still at circuit news at the time. And and all I had heard was chatter. No details. No, specifics, just noise as you call it. And then when you hear noise like that you kind of start digging a little bit. And I was really I was calling. Right. I'm hearing about this. What are you know about it? That's basically how the conversation went see all these articles by what it Sean Sean Hannity had the story and held it back. I'm like it was first of all a year after the meeting and one week before the New York Times broke open the story, which means that probably everybody was talking about behind the scenes all sources, they're, you know, sources often shared or maybe it just means that my sources were a little bit better than the New York Times. And maybe I was a week ahead of that. I don't know what I don't know how to interpret that a year after the actual meeting. I didn't know anything about the meeting. Nothing. I said what is this noise? Why do I keep hearing this keep coming up, and I know exactly some of the areas, I remember some of the areas, I've heard the noise. But you know, I had to have my memory recollected recollected. You know, just joking. But so TIMMY writes this piece Rolling Stone. And you know, it's a great question. Suzanne statement that the press is gonna learn nothing from all of this, you know, on and he talks about Beverly fifteen twenty sixteen national review on precedent action. I remember this. Well, all out plead Republicans the stop Trump before it was too late. The way has there ever been a more conservative governing president in our lifetime? Well, not really you have Reagan. And now Trump in terms of justices, oh promise made promise kept tax cuts the highest in history. Regulation deregulation? You never had anything like this his positions on foreign policy is economic success speaks for itself. None of these people in the press ever talk about it. So many people even I had conservative friends, you know, saying I don't see him governing as a conservative. I said, well, I kind of know the guy in. Yeah. I know he donated to politicians in both parties when he was in New York as a builder, and he even said publicly, sadly, that's how the system works. You wanna keep building? Oh, yeah. I have to go to Joe's party, or you gotta go to this person's party, and you're gonna act like even like them and care about them because they have the ability to shut down your entire business. It's horrible the way the system works anyway. So they was calling themselves. Never Trumpers conservatives against Trump. And there were many of them, you know, the names of a lot of them is no point going over that again and conservative media. You know, we were out there. Like we often. Are we take our own position? We did our own vetting of Obama, many nobody else really in the media. When is hard about his background associations. His ideology is thought process going into his books going into his church twenty years going into where he started his political career. And we did it because we just thought and knew it was the right thing to do. And I came to a very very firm conclusion on who Obama was and I felt that Obama was an indoctrinated rigid pretty radical ideolog who is hiding his radicalism and never shown any propensity or willingness to even entertain other ideas that was my conclusion and it turned out, right? He still believes it was a great president. He doesn't want to hear about anything negative. It's eight years president who still blaming George W Bush for the economy that he inherited he doesn't understand the Connie's. He doesn't understand peace through strength. He appointed liberal justices to the supreme court. So with the with with now that we have the. Muller report. And it can't be any more clear. What TIMMY is asking. You know, it's shocking to see national media voices after the release of Robert Muller's report, patting each other on the back congratulating themselves for a three year face plant. They must know will haunt the whole business for a long time. I don't think that I don't think they do. I don't think that's a fan of mine, but this is a thoughtful column fake news Muller. Ism buying. It writes, David batter Associated Press. He noted that with a few exceptions Muller. Invest is investigation. Repeatedly supports news reporting that it was done on the Russia probe over the last two years. I don't know where Boutors is coming from here. Now, the wise intelligent guy. He doesn't like me either. Anybody in the media likes me, I had a complex. I would be coming out. Anyway. Boughedir added. The report showed several instances where the president and his team sought to mislead the public. That would be the news media, David. How do you miss this? Concur. He actually congratulated the New York Times Washington Post all they did was say this is a slam dunk Russia collusion the whole time. That's all they said. And he said about Trump he called fake news, folks, fake news. It wasn't an either some of these stories in the coverage is mind boggling, listen to these people now patting themselves on the back need a drink. This was an investigation at its core about Donald Trump's daily sometimes hourly assault on the rule of law in this country as the country's chief executive he sat in his pajamas watching FOX and friends maligning the FBI built walk into that room with the scale zero wool of law had a deficit because Donald Trump in kicking it in the team. Can I just talk about this issue of the president's concerns about leaks? You know, who else was concerned about leans, Richard Nixon report is a gift to the government of Russia. This is a very proud moment for Ladimir Putin amounted to collusion and. Is really quite.

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"sarah john" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:42 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Telephone number's eight hundred nine four one, Sean if you wanna be a part of the program a lot of people like in. We do these these hits on FOX nation com sometimes breaks or after the show and everybody seems to really like it. It's like one of the more popular things that they have on FOX nation dot com. And it's different. You get to see the radio studio. What we do what we did Linda always wants to do Twitter live Facebook life. I'm like I like the mystery of radio. I don't have to worry about my hair. I'm wearing right now. Firemen t-shirt like I always do about ten of them. It's not the same one I alternate. And anyway, we'll see you know, met him. He writes for Rolling Stone writes apiece today headline the press will learn nothing from the Russia gate, be Lasko. And it's interesting because there are some people now on the left that did not come out and really saying it, but they're admitting it that they've been wrong in the press has been wrong, and they're recognizing these psychosis. The mass group think etcetera, and they're like realizing and recognizing truth and the damage that is being created both their McCracken are are seeing it and in the media, the media mob part of the meeting people that have been a part of it. I mean for the Washington Post to allow an article that will just going to have to admit, Fox News was right? Kinda is a little bit funny. Little bit humorous or now all of the New York Times. Bob woodward. We've gotta take this dossier thing more seriously. Let me tell you why they're saying it now, and why they haven't been where we have been which has been very obvious not been hard to find where we are. For the last two years. You got you basically have to good old fashioned. You know reporting, you know, get out there. Make phone calls to people get sources, try and get information. Oh as funny because I was mentioned in the Muller for deal. These stories coming out, oh, they asked rights previous. When did you first find out about the Trump Tower meeting? Now, they ask him the story broken the New York Times a year after the meeting occurred, the one that was so often talked about, you know, the one about the Magnitsky act that ended up being about rushing adoption when we found out that the woman was connected, fusion, GPS believe founder, not sure it was Simpson. No, she met with fusion GPS people both before and after the Trump Tower meeting and all these nefarious things was supposed to happen. Everybody. At the meeting said it was a dull. Waste of time. That's all said and kept repeating it. So they so rights was asked and I was prized by this. When did you first hear about the meeting he goes, well, actually week before the New York Times broke, it I got a call from my friend, Sean Hannity, and Sean Hannity said here in all the buzz and this noise on on some meeting that might have occurred what Trump Tower and Russians what's that all about? And so I did not have all these people say why didn't you go with the story? I guess now they're viewing me is the great investigative journalists that we know our team is and there's because I didn't have the story wrapped up yet. I didn't have all the sources. I didn't have. I didn't have all the details. But I had heard rumblings of it. I know Sarah John had been working on it. They were still at circuit news at the time. And and I all had heard was chatter. No details. No, specifics, just noise as you call it when you hear noise like that you kind of start digging a little bit. And I was I really I was calling. Right. I'm hearing about this. What do you know about it? That's basically the conversation went see all these articles. What Sean Sean Hannity had the story? How the back. I'm like it was first of all the year after the meeting and one week before the New York Times broke open the story, which means the probably everybody was talking about behind the scenes all sources, you know, sources often shared or maybe it just means that my sources were a little bit better than the New York Times. And maybe I was a week ahead of that. I don't know what I don't know how to interpret that a year after the actual meeting. I didn't know anything about the meeting. Nothing. I said what is this noise? Why do I keep hearing this keep coming up, and I know exactly some of the areas I remember some of the heard the noise from. But. I had to have my memory recollected recollected. You know, just Jo- joking. But so TIMMY writes this piece Rolling Stone. And you know, it's a great question. Suzanne statement that the press is gonna learn nothing from all of this. You know, and he talks about fifteen twenty sixteen national review on precedent action. I remember this well all out plead Republicans to stop Trump before it was too late. By the way, has there ever been a more conservative governing president in our lifetime? Well, not really you have Reagan. And now Trump in terms of justices. Oh, promise made promise kept co tax cuts the highest in history regulation. Deregulation never had anything like this his positions on foreign policy is economic success speaks for itself. None of these people in the press ever talk about it. So many people even I had conservative friends, you know, saying I don't see him governing as a conservative. I said, well, I kind of know the guy in. Yeah. I know he donated to politicians in both parties when he was in New York as a builder, and he even said publicly, sadly, that's how the system works. You wanna keep building? Oh, you have to go to Joe's party, or you gotta go to this person's party, and you're gonna act like even like them and care about them because they have the ability to shut down. Oh, your entire business is horrible the way the system works anyway. So they was calling themselves. Never Trumpers conservatives against Trump. And there were many of them, you know, the names of a lot of them is no point going over that again and conservative media. You know, we were out there. Like we often. Are we take our own position? We did our own vetting of Obama, many nobody else really in the media when hard about his background associations. His ideology is thought process going into his books going into his church twenty years going into where he started his political career. And we did it because we just thought and knew it was the right thing to do. And I came to a very very firm conclusion on who Obama was and I felt that Obama was an indoctrinated rigid pretty radical ideolog who is hiding his radicalism and never showed any propensity or willingness to even entertain other ideas that was my conclusion and it turned out, right? He still believes he was a great president. He doesn't want to hear about anything negative. It's eight years. He's president still blaming George W Bush. For the economy that he inherited he doesn't understand the Connie's. He doesn't understand peace through strength. He appointed liberal justices to the supreme court. So with the with with now that we have the mullahs report. And it can't be any more clear. What tibby is asking, you know, it's shocking to see national media voices after the release of Robert Muller's report, patting each other on the back congratulating themselves for a three year face plant. They must know will haunt the whole business for a long time. I don't think Matt I don't think they do only Matt's a fan of mine, but this is a thoughtful column fake news Muller. Ism buying. It writes, David batter Associated Press. He noted that with a few exceptions Muller. Invest is investigation. Repeatedly supports news reporting that it was done on the Russia Provo over the last two years. I don't know where 'bout is coming from here. Otherwise, intelligent guy. It doesn't like me. Either. Anybody in the media likes me, I had a complex. I would be coming out. Anyway, Boughedir added the report showed several instances where the president and his team sought to mislead the public. That would be the news media, David. How do you miss this? Concur. He actually congratulated the New York Times Washington Post all they did was say this is a slam dunk Russia collusion the whole time. That's all they said. And he said about Trump he called fake news, folks, fake news. It wasn't an either some of these stories in the coverage is mind boggling, listen to these people now patting themselves on the back need a drink. This was an investigation at.

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"sarah john" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Greg, Sarah, John, David, Sydney Powell of helped me, I just Alan Dershowitz, pal David shown, I mean, we have all the Schweitzer, and and then other people on the radio like Russian, Mark. And and Laura was and Tucker and people like that. But there's not a lot of us. And frankly, this is we have done. I would argue where the show of record on this. We have been on this longer. And from the beginning it started in. March of twenty seventeen when we began the process now, here's what's coming this. What I've been saying to you take FARs comments today confirming and put it together with yesterday's comments about unlawful surveillance of US citizens happening about the FBI's, you know, how this all originates about certain the Biza abuse. Remember, we're getting criminal referrals the bar. Now has an investigation. We have the Horowitz report on FIS of the Hoover report on leaking more closed door testimony FIS applications, gang avait materials. Three oh, two's. It's gonna come cascading down. It's it's happening and I have been wrong yet. And that's why I would just ask you to please be patient and hang with us. And and and we'll get there. I promise you that. We'll get there. But I want to remind you about my pillow. Look, you know, what my Pillow's done to main help me. And I know so many of you have written made thanking me..

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"sarah john" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"sarah john" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Graceless? Thank you. That's actually a choir idea that that laws ranger worked on man. You'll just have to do it acapella. Tell you ready. Yeah. Go ahead. All right. Hey, drew a wanted to apologize to you yesterday. I called and said I was eggplant, dude. That was a joke heard about the girl that can suck a golf ball through a garden hose. Yeah. Live. Hi, hello. Are you? Sarah. John's joey. Oh, gosh. Almighty, john. Do you have any early? Yeah. I mean, I've got them you want to fire up some joining fire something young lady, we're going to fire up some joins just for you. And you know what? Because you're an enterprising on later just going to give you a prize. You don't even have to answer any questions. Screw integrity. Hold on. Let's light up another one. Choice. Only on one or two point five the bone. I thought this would be fun. Drew you like things from you know, yesteryear. I have a comprehensive list here of the most popular candies from every single year. Starting back in the forties based on sales. Yeah. So you were born in sixty nine I was any gas. I realize that probably wasn't when you're eating your most candy out at all. But you wanna take a guess with the most I'll say Hershey bar. I thought this came much later. I thought this was more for my generation nineteen sixty nine the highest selling candy and most popular item fruit stripe. Gum. Oh, really? Yeah. Sixty nine sixty nine. Leery of one seventy two seventy two. Oh, man. Oh my God. God they skip seventy two. I was born in eighty two John Seventy-three. The fun dip was the best. Here's more than eighty two. Yeah. Things. I'm very, okay. I've tried to look for the funniest rings fun dip is that what you said date, seventy two. Yeah. It's called funded. Well, -lica- made was a company that made fund dude. I love eating the sticks. The sticks were the best part. Yeah. You you were born in eighty two well that lines up perfectly because eighty five was the year of the sour patch kid. You'll be glad to know a big part of my life. This is this is a fun joint to fire up this guy in South Carolina. They're calling at one of the largest.

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