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Joe Biden Mischaracterizes the Push Back He Is Getting
"But right now I want to go to Joe L. Barbosa Biden right before he left for his, um, swinging soiree in Delaware, his little vacation that he's on until tomorrow when he comes to Manhattan, and by the way, Manhattan's already a zoo traffic is Crazy in the city with the U. N General Assembly got all the globalists in town ready for their annual meeting and Joelle Barbosa Biden will be joining them. He had some words for us some words of wisdom, um, trashing some GOP governors. I want you to listen to this, but we're facing a lot of pushback. Especially from some of the Republican governors. The governors of Florida and Texas are doing everything they can to undermine the lifesaving requirements that I proposed. And some of the same governors attacking me or in states with the strictest vaccine mandates for Children attending school in the entire country. Now hang on a second before we go on. This is very, very classic. Biden. These are the same people attacking me. This is that nothing is a relaxed the problem here. Is that every time somebody disagrees with what Joel Bob also, Biden says, it's somehow an attack on him. This is not an attack on you. This is people saying, Look, I do not want you to tell me what I have to forcefully put in my body number one. I do not want you to tell me that I have to put a mask over my child's face. This is a big deal to a lot of people because For some younger kids up to third grade. They can't seem lips moving and mouths moving. They don't learn how to make sounds correctly. And I just learned that recently. Uh, I had no idea that that was a thing part of the developmental phase of a young student. So I think Joe Biden's mischaracterizing the pushback that he's getting,
Callers Criticizes Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for Withholding COVID Treatments
"I'd like to report our feckless governor Gretchen Whitmer. We literally killing people, but not provided on a second. What are we saying here that she's denying covid treatment so vis a vis holding back treatments is hurting people. Exactly exactly what she's doing. She's she went as far as signing a mammal. Preventing doctors and clinics. From prescribing, Uh The medication that has been curing people all over the world. Sure medication that was, um Medication is that you know, we have We've seen that help people all over the world. Like, uh um You know her son. Let me just jump in real quick and thank you so much for the call. You know it's interesting because I just looked at an article today. It's from last week, but it's coming out of Idaho. Of all places. Big shout out to all of our listeners in Idaho. And it's not so much about the pros or cons of these. These, um Benefits of drugs like I ever met in and hydroxychloroquine, But it's about how I remem has disappeared from pharmacies because of there's the demand for it right. There's such a high demand for it that they just can't keep the shelves stocked. In I've ever met in pharmacies. And this in particular in Idaho, which I thought was interesting, because you know, we used to rely on a free market and we used to pay attention to the things that worked and it seems like we're in bizarro land now. We're in a place where what was no longer is
How Thirsty Was the FBI for Michael Sussman's False Trump-Russia Claims?
"Just to kind of sum up where we are now. This break in the SPI geh case on Friday was important because it shows Hillary Clinton working with the FBI and a group of attorneys to fake these connections between Trump and Russia. And it shows an FBI more than willing to take the information in and eager and looking for an excuse to get in front of a judge and say it was real and the problem is, they kept flooding the zone. Hillary Clinton, with all of these sources say Trump's colluding with Russia whatever, and they kept telling the FBI they were working with the DNC and Hillary And it created a problem for the FBI because they couldn't tell a judge that So they needed a clean source. They needed a white knight to come in there. Someone clean as the driven snow with a clean C B. Oh, no, no. These people are just in here to tell us about Trump. They have no ulterior motives whatsoever. How do we know that? Because we know On September 19th of 2016 this white knight showed up. According to the allegations, the FBI and the indictment on Friday Michael Sussman, who is a lawyer working with Mrs Clinton, this is why I'm telling you, it's a bigger deal than you think. This guy is connected to everyone. There's no way John Door, um, locked him up for nothing. So he comes into the FBI office. And he says, I have information about Trump colluding with Russia. And according to the allegation, he says, Oh, I'm not working with anybody. I'm not here on behalf of any client. I'm just here giving you potential information about a criminal conspiracy. And the FBI is like yes, finally. Finally The FBI is like this is just great. We gotta sources clean. We can put his information down in a fight application. We can spy on Trump and we won't have to lie and tell a judge, you know, uh, cover up for Hillary Clinton or anything like that. So, it says. In the end I and the FBI's press release that suspects showed up September 19th 2016. Why is this suspicious? Because you learn later on If you watch my show today, the podcast you learn right now on the radio show. If you read the Inspector General Michael Horowitz report who looked at this entire story. There's a really interesting nugget in there again. Hat tip. Our friend full Nelson on social media is all over this stuff. Here it is. Remember, I want you to pay attention to something right here. The date The lawyer walks in. The FBI office is September 1920 16, where he meets with the FBI. And this is their clean source. Finally. They've been hearing all summer about Trump and the Russians and all the sources are dirty. They're telling people that working for Hillary, this is the one guy who said according to the indictment. No, no, I'm not working for anyone. They felt like they had it. How do I know the FBI is in on this? What I think. Let me read to you a piece of this footnote here. From the Horowitz report. The only express direction. We found that Andrew McCabe, who was the deputy director at the time gave regarding the use of a confidential human source concerned. A former confidential human source who contacted an FBI agent FBI Field office in late July. 2016 to report information from a colleague runs an investigative firm hired by two entities, the DNC as well as another individual to explore Donald Trump's long standing ties to Russian entities. So in of this part, one of the footnote, McCabe, the deputy director of the FBI knows that people are piling into FBI offices as early as July of 2016 who are working for Hillary and the DNC. Got it. Okay. Moving on. Good footnote goes on. The former confidential human source also gave the FBI agent a list of individuals and entities who surfaced in the firm's examination of Trump, which the former CHS described as mostly public source material. In mid September. 2016 Andrew McCabe told senior Special Agent one to instruct the FBI agent from the field office not to have any further contact with the former confidential human source and not to accept any information regarding the crossfire. Hurricane investigation Is it that timing Church lady
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"Hillary Clinton want to set up Donald Trump for the fake Russian collusion thing Big break on Friday. Obviously, one of the lawyers involved in this propagating this collusion fairytale working with the Clintons gets indicted. Big story. Now we start to see what happened. It's clear the FBI was not fooled by the Russian collusion that they were part of it. They were just looking for someone to walk into their office who was credible enough that they could put the information down in a charging document or a fighter application and say, Hey, we heard this from Joey Bag of Donuts. He's credible. And what's the problem? The people who kept coming into the office in New York and London and elsewhere and saying, Hey, got information on these trump guys in the Russians all kept saying, Oh, and by the way, we're working with Hillary Clinton. Now I have no doubt the FBI knew that. But the FBI can't tell that to a judge, Judge judge Bag of doughnuts. We've got an affluent walking in here and excuse me in Africa, and he had a subject walk in and say he was working for Hillary Clinton. They don't like Donald Trump. He's colluding with the Russians. The judge would have laughed him out. So somehow it gets back to the Hillary Clinton team. Hey, listen. You gotta get somebody with bona fide. He's incredibility to go into the FBI telling this information even though it's fake and say, Hey, we're not working with anyone Just doing this out of the kindness of our hearts so we could swear to it. Is everybody digging, Jim? Is this making sense? Picking up what I'm putting down? So how do I know this folks Because the evidence is everywhere. So DOJ hears their release their indictment from last week of this lawyer, Michael Sussman, Right, pay very close attention to these dates. As alleged in the indictment on September 19th Michael Sussman met with FBI general counsel uh, in in Washington. Sussman had requested the meeting to provide the general counsel with certain data files and white papers that allegedly demonstrated covert communications channel between Trump and this Russian bank. Alfa Bank. It was all made up, folks. Assessment. This is the key line who had previously represented the DNC in connection with the Khyber, A cyber hack falsely stated to the FBI general counsel that he was not bringing these allegations to the FBI on behalf of any client. Then they don't wait. Where's the Kenny Belt? There? It is. The Kenny Bell gift from Kenny. He's a podcast listener. That's the souls. That's the story. Finally, in sun, September, mid September, September, 19th someone walks into the FBI who at least claims to not have any of these conflicts. Now the FBI is I go. We got it out. This is gonna be so great. Now we can go to a judge and say we want to spy on Trump and we could say we got information from this guy. Sussman and Sussman says he's not working for anybody. Isn't this so wonderful? Well, The problem is That John Dorms alleging that he was working for someone the entire time he was working with the Hillary Clinton
Guterres Condemns Yemen Executions by Houthis
"U. n. secretary general antonio guiterrez on monday urged world leaders to take action to get sustainable development back on track before it's too late to change course at a meeting in new york on the sidelines of the un general assembly. He insisted that the road to recovery after kovic was mapped out clearly highlighting several challenges. The un chief said that corona virus vaccine production needed to double to reach seventy percent of the world's population by the middle of next year. Bold investment was also needed in education welfare protection healthcare and jobs. Mister guitarist continued at the digi moment. Event as he urged an end to tax evasion money laundering and illicit financial flows the third global challenges ensuring equal rights for women and girls including in education everywhere. The un top official maintained as leaders heard his call to put an end to the warming lead against a planet. The only way to do this by committing to zero net emissions by twenty fifty said mr perish by dedicating one hundred billion dollars a year to climate action and by saying no to more coal-fired power stations after twenty twenty one
China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'
"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk
"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra
Panthers' Matt Rhule Is Making a Bid for Best NFL Coach This Season
"I wanna talk about the best young coach football. And it's not necessarily sean mcveigh. It's clear that it's not only an indictment on the new york jets operation. But what you're seeing was sam darnold in the carolina. Panthers is pretty remarkable the knock on darnold out of college there to know with too comfortable wins but the knock on darnold out of college and i watched every snap was his accuracy issues. What does he completing now. Seventy percent of his throws. He doesn't make mistakes total composure. It would be easy to just say. This is an indictment on the jets but instead of just the negative side. Let's look realistically at the positive side. Not only has met rule made darnold more comfortable. This defense has twenty one quarterback hits and ten sacks in two games. What does that tell you. The culture of the carolina. Panthers is headed in the right direction. It also tells you. This is a remarkable stat on matt rule. The coach carolina going back to the beginning of last year. You will not believe this. Carolina leads the nfl with the fewest. Three and outs that with teddy bridgewater and start with. Sam darnold. nothing about that not mahomes. Not lamar jackson. Not tom brady. Not derek carr not matt ryan not russell wilson not aaron rodgers. No the fewest three and outs matt rule. Teddy bridgewater and sam darnold but this is a offensive line. That outside of right tackle graded poorly left. Tackle all the way to right guard. What matt rule is doing with this sub optimal often. It's of line. The scarce number of three out the revamping rebooting of sam darnold is really mind-blowing
As Leaders Reconvene at UN, Climate and COVID Top the List
"Leaders from more than a hundred nations are heading to New York this week the United Nations annual high level gathering it's a departure from the last in person meeting of the General Assembly in twenty nineteen and far different from last year's all virtual version because of cove it awaiting them daunting challenges from severe vaccine inequalities and escalating climate crisis to Afghanistan's future under its new Taliban rulers and worsening conflicts in hot spots around the world president Biden speaks at Tuesday's opening of the general debate Julie Walker New York
Health Official: Booster Use May Be Expanded
"Federal health experts say an FDA advisory panel's decision on booster shot is a preliminary step and they're predicting broader approval coming up for most Americans top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says people under age sixty five who may not be authorized right away for Kobe booster shots shouldn't be concerned on NBC's meet the press about he says he expects boosters will be phased in just like the initial vaccines were the next category is people eighteen to sixty four who on the basis of institutional or occupational and that's what you're talking about people who might be exposed based on what their occupation is health care providers people who are an essential job and he says the most important step in ending this latest cope with surges for people to get their initial shots Jackie Quinn Washington
Biden Administration Plans Expulsion of Haitian Migrants near Texas Border
"New administration is facing pushback over. Its plan to move those haitian migrants who are camp beneath a bridge on the us side of the border with mexico near del. Rio texas carleen. Joseph is with the activist group. Haitian bridge alliance. People have literally been spending five months on a journey dying on the way on me to be met with extreme violence again. only to be deported. Back to the same you know a disaster to the earthquake zones that they have fled homeland. Security department has announced plans to remove the migrants deportation. Flights are expected to start today.
How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry
"Old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for
Terry McAuliffe Has No Say About Teaching Critical Race Theory
"So all you parents and taxpayers out there. Who know their critical race theory is being taught who are speaking at the school board meetings pushing back at the school board meetings. Tournament column says. What's the big deal? It's not being taught Terry McAuliffe Is What you find on the bottom of your shoe. Sometimes you understand what I'm saying. Mr Producer. That's what he is to the body politic in the nation. And in Virginia, he was the bag man for the Clintons. He's been involved in many shady business deals. Virginia is a very, very old state. And never once As a governor who has served one term, you only get one term of Virginia. Sought to run for a second term. What he did is He was governor for one term, Barely one Then we have this this black face KKK governor. Who denies he was in blackface or wearing a KKK robe after he apologized for it surrounded by these sleazeballs, it's unbelievable and some might call Oh says. No, no, no, no, It doesn't say I can't run again. I can't have two consecutive terms. So what he does As he runs for another term. To my knowledge, the first one to do that. And he beats to African Americans, one of whom is FEMA. Maybe both of them were While talking about we need to have diversity here. Pointing to have diversity. Mix up when it comes to wealthy slimeball white liberals. They don't care about diversity, really? Certainly not in their
Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida
"About the challenges that you're facing right now. Let's go back to the small. The the entrepreneur like you i mean you and i share a similar path. In terms of this we go back and forth between florida and new york. New york taxes chased me out. I mean they crushed me. And i thought i'm not doing this anymore. I love florida living. So i'm blessed to be able to to sort of live in both places. Most of the time in florida part time in new york. I know you had that similar journey. Let's talk about that path that you took a little bit like i did. The path is a little faster than i thought it would be. Cova expediate are florida. My wife and i we. We had an internet business in new jersey service in the fashion industry. Plus clients three hundred employees eccentric such a board meetings and eventually exited. That business ended up in lake. George boat-landing on lake. George start at the restaurant and frankly we wanted the ski. Snowmobile have some fun and as our kids started getting into the college age we said. Hey why don't we start doing part time in florida part time in florida. Which was my parents. Did the same thing they own a restaurant cates tiny garden right up the street from my restaurant new york and we like we kind of envy. My parents lifestyle where they spent three or four months a year in florida so cove cova we end up there for a couple months on the announced our plans and we fell in love with it and next thing you now we got shut down here in new york. So the governor of new york forced our hand where we were really nervous about our future restaurant owners and people who love employing people like we love giving jobs and when the santa's had a a press conference hey every jobs essential through. That's all i needed to hear. That's all and every detail of obsessive book. I think he will do the tv rate at me. You can open a restaurant in florida so we reached out to the community members. My brother happens to live in sarasota. He got involved in next. You know he was a partner with us at the at the anna maria island location. We found it we partners and in sixty days we had a business now if a business
Michael Sussmann Met With Clinton Campaign Officials Two Days Before FBI Opened Investigation on Trump
"But folks make no mistake. Michael Sussman was not a low level player here. Michael Sussman was a mid to high level lawyer with deep connections in the DNC to Marc Elias to Jake Sullivan, who is the current national security advisor for Joe Biden used to work with the Clinton campaign. Oh, yeah. And with deep ties to Hillary Clinton herself. It's not a small level player. Yeah, I'd like to see Comey prosecuted. I'd like to see uh, the rest of the liars prosecuted as well. But don't brush this off either. Let's go through some of the take aways the indictment and I have to ask the question again. When does when does this guy flip Sussman and start giving up information on what the Clinton campaign knew? And what Hillary knew ourselves? Because when he does this is going to get grab your partner. Grab your popcorn, popcorn eating guy Giffey on social media. You know the Michael Jackson one they have from the thriller video. They see that you see that if you're on social media No, I'm talking about Let's go to take away number one from this indictment because it's these are some gemstones in here number one from the indictment from yesterday, for example, it says on or about July 29 2016. Sussman, the lawyer and another campaign lawyer from the Clinton campaign, met with personnel from the U. S investigative firm and their office. We're assuming that's fusion GPS. Sussman build this time to the Clinton campaign for this. Why is this interesting? And just said Sussman meant subsequent met on July 29th. With fusion, GPS and Clinton campaign lawyers July 29 2016. Why is that interesting? What about that date is interesting. Oh, yes. That's just two days before the FBI opens up the investigation at the Donald Trump called Crossfire Hurricane, which is open July 31st 2016. Just the just the big quickie dig,
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"John durham expected to indict clinton linked attorney involved in russia. Probe this is. Sussman may have lied to top. Fbi lawyer james baker in a meeting on september nineteenth two thousand sixteen in that meeting sussman attempted to tie the trump organization to a russian bank. Alfa bank saying that they were using a secret server to communicate michael sussman. The fbi later dismissed those allegations so did muller and they were totally bogus. How did sussman lie. Durum has discovered discrepancies between susman's congressional testimony and his september two thousand sixteen interview with baker during their discussion. Baker claimed sussman told them he wasn't working on the alpha-bank project for any specific client. This directly contradicted his two thousand seventeen sworn testimony before congress in which he said he was working for an unnamed cybersecurity expert also perkins koi internal billing records which durham has shows that sussman build the hours he spent an alphabetic probe to the hillary clinton two thousand campaign. So here's the take away. The facts seem to show that sussman was intentionally provoking the russian probe on behalf of the former presidential candidate hillary clinton and then lied to obscure it. This was five years ago. Everybody half a decade ago. She want to know what the big takeaway is here. Nothing we've known about this for four years.
Lil Nas X Drops Debut Album “Montero”
"Between a VMA award the met gala and a new album little less exes making a splash this week twenty two year old rapper little last exes released his debut studio album Montero he's described the new album as his baby and announced it with a pregnancy photo shoot earlier this month the album was released on streaming services at midnight on Friday at the MTV VMAs on Sunday the young star known for his breakout hit old town road took home the twenty twenty one video of the year award and in his acceptance speech that I want to say thank you to the gay agenda his videos of stir controversy including the one for Montero where he writes a stripper pole down to hell on the VMA red carpet he was asked if he feels like he's breaking new ground I'm not I'm not sure yeah I think I'm definitely open some doors I'm Jennifer
FDA Panel Is First Key Test for Biden COVID-19 Booster Plan
"The food and drug administration is meeting today to review pfizer's request for third dose of its covert nineteen vaccine. Npr's windsor johnston reports some health. Experts have questioned whether a booster shot is necessary at this point a key. Fda advisory panel convenes today to discuss. Whether there's enough proof that a booster dose of the cova vaccine developed by pfizer is safe and effective citing data from recent studies. Pfizer argues that. Yo protection against severe disease is holding strong in the united states immunity against milder infection. Wayne somewhere around six to eight months after the second dose. The pharmaceutical company also says those. Antibodies appear strong enough to protect people against the highly contagious delta variant. If the fda decides to recommend the boosters the cdc will then have to decide who should get the additional doses windsor johnston
"second meeting" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Very unique. Yeah i love it. Are you doing say a note. People can call you on the island. Come get flour if they find you on instagram. Something totally. Wow it's great. I love what you're doing and my my final. Big question is the name marble farm so my great grandparents were dairy farmers in in canada and their last name's marvel so ever since i was little. It's funny you know as a want towards flower farming. I've always loved farming in general. I like being you know we. We moved out here. We wanted more. Space searched surrounded by agriculture. I wanted a kind of found myself drawn towards that. Which i sort of credit to my jeans. Yeah they were. They were dairy farm earlier generation. So we were talking about. When i you know as i started to see that the seedlings i was growing last year. Actually becoming something and it was all enough to do. This is legitimate. This is really happening. Oh i mean the name you know. And my husband's few parole yourself. You need to have an instagram and and my caroline thompson she's willow and maple she. I bought two routes from her last year and she was so encouraging to me and she said you need to start promoting yourself as a business. You need to create an instagram. But i had that total imposter syndrome. What if nothing grows. And i'm not really a flower farmer you know and all the lakes and she said just do it so and then my husband said just do it so i just did it and i thought will call myself and i asked my dad. Look what my great grandparents were from czechoslovakia still so there were called bubka jetro. That's like the dialect. That's grandma and grandpa so we'll bubka shadows dairy farm call. My dad was like he didn't name farms in nineteen forty. you know they. it was just marvel- dairy. So i was like okay. Well then that's the that's sort of my lineage. We're just gonna be marble far. I love it i love. yeah great. Yeah they weren't worried about branding or social media no gas. I love it. You're kind of honoring that legacy in the family name. I'm sure that makes your parents or your dad. Happy with his his grandparents. I love well. I am so happy i got to come see. You know my gosh. What a treat. It was such a treat giving for people to seattle getting off area. Crossing the water is it is like the best mental health day you can take. She's a natural decompression. You feel your blood pressure get lower you know as you near your destination like i said i missed the ferry and i wasn't that upset about it you know. I had to wait an hour forty minutes but it was okay. 'cause i just stared at the water. Yeah exactly the grease coming through your.
"second meeting" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"We can see we'll all go. We'll see each other so the social work. How does that fit into flour. Firming do you think you can continue to do both or is that obviously. You've just got certified. Yeah yeah my miss arresting yes. Yeah and it's been kind of like a a balance in a creamy of what would we want to go. I feel like i have you know feed on two different moving platforms and then like somehow third foot kind of complement each other. Well it's funny. I've looked at you. Can you can become like a cultural. Therapist is a real thing. I have friends who are. Yeah so. I've kind of looked at that as kind of an interesting angle. Up awesome thank. You must have that conversation time. Yeah yeah so. I kind of you know peaks my interest my real passion. What i sort of through my heart into before flower farming palliative and end of life gear. So i i did a fellowship. I've been postmaster certificate program working with folks at end of life. And i really love it but it's not sort of a feasible thing for me to be doing with a two year old needs a lot for me. Childcare is very expensive in this region in this country and then cova probably through palliative chaos. Yeah yeah bring us. Very challenging working piloted medicine during code and and for the first time coming home from work and thinking my child you know he would run up to the end of the day and his arms often. I would think i would pause before. I hugged him before the vaccine. Yes yep before. I was vaccinated. I would undress in the garage and then and then my friend who watched him. When i was at work. We've put a like a bathrobe in the garage. So then then we'll come in wash scrubbed my arms from a hand that i would go to him. Yes festival. Yes yes so. You know being now that i have mcnicoll license able to work remotely. It's been really nice but just kind of exploring what life looks like. You know if you'd asked me three years ago like i. I've never grown a plant in my life. you know. would. I have thought any of this happen. Absolutely not no i worked. I worked at a store when i was in grad school. That sold florence flower. The first book. And i just i always admired with only beautiful but i never in a million years thought was like per on your radar a little bit like implant growing up in british columbia. You didn't have family of gardeners or anything. No like my mom had rose bushes or whatever it was never like an interest of mine not really something that. Hold me until input. Did you know. I was just writing something for a book a book. I'm gonna blurb. And i was trying to talk about this visceral tug of nature of our yearnings to be in nature. I did put it very well. I've got to keep working on it but there is something coming out of a caregiving healthcare. Profession you see it. Sometimes that's what people don't know. Maybe yeah maybe you didn't know you needed no and it's so it's very therapeutic And and like having you know an armful of beautiful flowers and you grew. It's so rewarding and it's just like being surrounded by beauty all day. It's it's good for your heart even like starting seats and the process of putting seed in each cell. I find it to be kind of meditative you know. I agree. so-called yeah. It's kinda tough work. It's all beautiful right like i'm pulling and we are better paint that like dream skate. Like there's there's times too when earlier this year. we had a big windstorm and And i had. I had just started planting out seedlings starting to come up and it was pouring rain. Windy and it looked down at my landscape. Fabric was just doing. And i had all these. You know all the middle pans but it just wasn't big storm and there was nothing there to hold the fabric down next little baby ceiling and i'm just like seeing them getting whipped around. Come running out the dog. The toddler is pouring rain. And i'm trying to get all these things in the ground year like some dust bowl right dog in the toddler are running down down the flowers like they're running and i'm crying place to work in flowers please steffi on him and he's like not even to this period we insane dog and i'm just crying dog and understanding you know we're walking back up to the house and everything settled supposedly my best day. Best work the ground. That didn't traumatize child. But that's just the reality of it. Some children and plants are often more resilient than we give them. No plans are resilient they you plan to cedeno grow. That's such an interesting concept I was standing on my back kitchen window looking at the garden this morning and thinking is soon as there's a first frost i just gonna cut the sell down and put him in compost ban. And what's the point. What's the point during these flowers. When i'm just creating more labor for myself but you know what i know the point. I was just sort of this little glimmer of the work to come. Yeah it's daunting but it's one day of work compared to a long season a beauty. All you are holding a.
"second meeting" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"You're still always alcohol that area. But i just drove past. What's that called doctor. Yes stockton yet. So this is. Dr town of doctrine was more populous at the turn of the last century than it than it is today. There are more people here in nineteen ten than there are now said founded in eighteen ninety two or something. Wow yes uh-huh crazy. Yeah so rosy. The flower truck will be coming soon in the meantime and we'll continue this relationship. I sell my flowers at a store in town which is which is just been such wonderful. Get to me to bring my flowers where people will see them. They won't die. it's not i mean. How does the population of about ten thousand people in the summer. It's it's usually more because there's people who have some replaces right. Yeah and then. I guess the other facet of my flower growing. I work with the growing kind of project. I'm a growing kind ambassador. And there's a wonderful gentleman named doug who lives on the island. He has a developmental disability and he has traditionally lived in a group home for folks who need a little bit extra help which shut down during cova so he's living with family and he's just a sweet angel. Doug decided that he wanted to bring like joy and happiness to other people's lives who were negatively impacted by cova and started a flower delivery. Sir i won't say service but it's not he does it out of the goodness of his heart paves evocation. Yes yeah so once a week. He makes bouquets some flowers and he buys some flowers that are donated a couple of island. Growers donate flowers to him too. So i give doug flowers as well and that's part of where my thoughts gesture and and that as a social worker that kind of brings me joy and i liked that so last year when if i had leftover flowers or whatever i just gave him to which made me feel happy that they were you know getting loved and going to someone's home. These flowers have done so much. Good for like your sort of personal awareness and yours mental health in your self identity and then now obviously paying customers but the goings the whole point of the growing kind of projects that we we had deanna kitchen about six weeks ago. It's really just sharing what you have whether you are growing professionally or as a hobbyist. Right yeah and as a growing ambassador. This year i was sent like a little gift fox of tubers and seeds. So i have growing kindest dahlia's and those those are dug salyers saab ago. I gave him. You know just bucket so flowers which was which was really a nice feeling. Yeah our firming with a purpose. Yeah yeah i think everybody has a purpose but it's always so personal and it's nice to hear how what it means for you really So i have to ask you. Are you a vashon native. How did you inhale you're from canada. And my husband's from england. And we met at a wedding nashville when i was in grad school and he lived in seattle so rate story already right so when i finished grad school social worker. So i was like oh. I don't think i'll be able to afford these new york i was. I went to grad fluent york new york apartment rents on social work salary. So he was like you know. Why don't you move here doing the long distance thing and i was like sure i grew up just over the border. Nbc hope yeah so really close by so my parents were like this guy seattle. We love him yeah. They cut home before they even met. Check a box that he would bring me closer to home so we move. I moved to seattle and we lived in We lived in fremont in limited tiny little studio apartment. You know and we moved to west seattle and my husband thought it was the end of the world because we were so far away from civilization. Really out i just say to me west seattle even though you can get to it by a bridge which is now broken. We lived there for one year. And i thought i lived on an island right feels your surpasses or something so after living in seattle for fear too i was like how we further away. We had a little backyard. We kind of like the idea of having more space and we. We wanted to have a baby so we started spending weekends on vashon like we would just drive over on the ferry on sunday morning and go get brunch the hardware store or restaurant and then drive around and to open houses and we really fell in love with it. So it's been just the loveliest it's it's a really wonderful community ended up three years ago three years ago. Wow that's yeah and it. It worked out really really well. We've just love it. You said that when you bought here he was. There was no intent to do a flower farm. So we you blood this land but it had. What was the acreage. It's a little under negro okay. It feels bigger than that sort of well well distributed. I think it's point eight. Okay because you have this patient orchard here so there was somebody garden here before. Yes yeah the gal who we bought our house from built in nineteen seventy seven. And she's a big burder. She loves birds so she actually. It's great she had planted A lot of perennials shrubs. And stuff like that. The birds and the bees love which is nice. And then i cut from them. You know what. I making those. You inherited some yes. I inherited additional inherited. Lots of daffodils. Yeah all these fruit trees and it's it's been so fun to watch how we're like really nature out here all the way out here. It's like you know the crow flies reported twenty miles from seattle. I look at vashon from my hub. Yes probably not this side of on. Probably it's the west. It's the east side. Yeah you look at like that way. We go to the water that way. Then we can..
"second meeting" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"That cradle-to-grave kind of thing that you hear about in healthcare probably right They didn't have to compost because they were dr correctly. Yeah and she didn't want them. Yeah the bride was going off on her honeymooner So i brought him back they thought. Mommy grange men sorrel do something maybe like rates the saul that i've never heard that is as a marketing pitch dried flowers but clearly. It's yeah it's again something. Because then i didn't mind taking on the cost of the flowers you know because i can use them again so you said that. You don't really do weddings. This was your first had ventilation. You sound happy about it was good. It was really. Yeah so what are the facets of martin farms so right. Now what i have been doing is I saw last year i started. I stopped my farm stand. I had okay success with selling you know neighbors in folks. Local would come in by flowers. But i live You know twenty minutes from civilization. so it's it's a ways out here to come get custom orders. You know people are pressing things from time to time. So in the fall looking for flower trap. And i was like what i want to do is have acute old truck to and i am gearhead so it was kind of a natural fit. Bring flowers to the world. And i found my dream. Baby her name is rosie. She says in nineteen sixty six to one hundred Broader here got her for some. I drove her. She wrote down needs. The engine is being completely rebuilt so she has been in the shop since january. The one time yes uh-huh so actually the the engine was just. It was a machinist. And spokane it was shipped back so she will coming to life soon so soon next next year. That will be another facet of normal farmers. I'll do pop ups. You know and me flowers out to the world. Because i live. I don't wanna say remotely. But you're gonna i mean vashon is an island so anyway there are several hamlets and one main town yes right. Yeah and.
"second meeting" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
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"second meeting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Roethlisberger had the arm injury, Mike Tomlin had to go with duck Hodges and he had to go with Mason Rudolph. Not exactly Garrett, Gilbert and Cooper Rush, but certainly a little bit better with regards to experience Rudolph has started. Numerous games, and you might recall with those two guys who elicited confidence and absolutely nobody. They went to the final Sunday of the regular season. They needed a little bit of help. But if they would have won and gotten help, they got one scenario didn't get the other. They would have made the postseason. And if there were seven teams last year like they're going to be this year, they would have made the playoffs with those two dudes. So sometimes It's the dude you have. But Tomlin clearly was able to coach up those guys. And they aren't exactly guys that are fighting for sponsor another roster. Yeah, but the Steelers from last year in the Cowboys from this, you're two completely different teams. I mean the Steelers. Yes, Mason, Rudolph and company were somewhat serviceable, but they won based upon their defense. You look at the Cowboys, and we've been having discussions from the beginning of the season about their defense. Whether Mike Nolan should actually be head of the DC or not. I mean, peoples of coordinator like their defense is atrocious. So if your defence is atrocious, you've lost your quarterback Who's the heart and soul of your team. You then lost your backup quarterback. Now you're onto third stringers and got the nutrient. They're still getting his head knocked off. We can't compare them to the stealers of last year was a different, different situation. Different head coach Mike Tom, the top four head coach in the National Football League, so When you look at it a little job, Mike McCarthy there? No, it's not Jeremy's fax the factual personnel, though, too defensively, it's they're better for body. So what you see from Pittsburgh, you will not see from Dallas Period Group. Fair enough, So we'll see what happens again. Those two meeting those two meeting Sunday The Pittsburgh Steelers trying to remain the NFL's on ly unbeaten team. We will see what I think they're safe. This week under cars think they say, Don't worry about them. They'll be eight. No, but they are never there. Number two on keys. Real rankings Correct. He don't remember you and do we do We did it yesterday yesterday. Don't remember. I think you I think you had the chief's number one Which they should be. I'm just asking. I don't know. I don't remember. People should go Look it up..
"second meeting" Discussed on World News Analysis
"So as an expert on, on VR I could explain to us, how is going to work. Or your star. Why don't the key principle of the as the synergy of the strategies that we are not replace, or dilute, not also differently that exist in maccagnan that working so well? And that developing strategy that Eric country an ad in every region. So that your Asia Economic union actually before the work quite a while. So I think the Chinese man set as to what gather we stand to, to reach the effect. So go to the one plus one more than to affect China Europe. Real express pass through central Asia in Russia and benefit not to Russia under central Asian countries. But also turn on the Europe. So this is a win win even all win strategy. I think yes. And Mr. Charlotte, how do you view these in investments from Russia and from CHAI? China in the region for importance in central Asia. How, how does India views? Arching India, always wanted to have a connection with a central Asia because of bomb Peachtree. And there are some Mutua synergies in terms of whether you can say some products, or services should be the ARL in Intellegentia and gas which can be used by consumers and Russia in China. Now, the also member countries of India is part of it indirectly will facilitate or help India to connect to these central Asian countries. Yes. Professor one. Just now, Tim to Dodds actually shipping, also set you on a strength. In the communication was Russia and other parties to support rushers. Northern sea route, however at two meeting of the Arctic Council last month. The secretary of state Mike Pompeo, he warned up the dentures, Russian militarization and Chinese investment in the Arctic and described the Rijn, as and Raina of global power and competition. How do you view those? Often girl update of these seven starring states. But besides as they also commerce does his. Is not belong to any sovereign states. So China is a stakeholder of the ATI and for scientific research and also for the global Trajan new connected, China Europe through the nose. North Pole under also China efficient to infrastructure. Port. Also. Energy exploring, I think SaaS should be welcome of that. So China is observer of Arctic console. Under. Whoa, whoa, come by all other members to Americans always thing about, you know. They want dominate or they want to sustain of any new force to join this to dilute the influence, I think that China and the us even can work together to climate change to deal with the many other challenges in north. Pres go beyond that old global comers, not just the octave issue, but also space. I a space and office, and also the high c which no one can dominant people the tunnels to the global community, but we need more coordination and collaboration. So I think the President Trump's policy where in the future where where come back to the to the multilateral way because a lot of way not work, so well, take Kumble's agree. I think the US's basically bringing this power politics into building Arctic region in previously. There's been talk off for expiratory exploration coordination corporation that is for the benefit of every participating countries. But now the US is talking about in the competition in the naming China Russia. And the United States by the for the rest of his Arctic Council. Countries members not be happy about that. This is not about competition. This is really about the cooperation in dealing with the climate change which threatens the existence of human being and also a spa, the use of whatever opportunities in, in this region and also potentials in this region from the benefits of again for this region. So the US is now politicizing the whole region. I'm not sure that will be expected. And also because of puppy. Attendance for the first time in their history. The Arctic Council field to issue, a joint declaration. So this is US is becoming this Asaba Taj. A force is becoming the spoiler of this. Most cooperation, unfortunately, well, actually after the sense based send Pittsburgh, International Petersburg, international economic forum President's XI Jinping will fly to Bishkek later this month to participate, the Shanghai Cooperation summit, so up, professor one.
"second meeting" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Not to be confused with George snuff. From ABC news. Is the former Trump campaign adviser? He says he told a joint congressional task force last year. And why are we just finding out about this stuff, by the way? The FBI ask him in January of two thousand seventeen to wear a wire to secretly record Josef Mifsud. This is the man who told popadopoulos the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton. But according to a newly released transcript of the private testimony popadopoulos declined. Now, this is what the special counsel. I heard from you. But they had I mean, they indicted all these most people they indicted were in flipping Russia for crying out loud. They had nothing to do with anybody over here. Yeah. Where the Russians trying to influence the elections just like the Chinese just like the Iranians just like the no Cho's just like the Brits, just like the French every country on earth is trying to influence our elections. They want what they think is something advantageous for them in there. Anyway, back to this story. What apparently happened? Oh, they'll tell you. The Muller reports said and we'll see the full text of it. But what I'm understanding? The Muller reports says that the Russians tried to establish some sort of relationship connection to whatever the Trump campaign on several occasions and failed. Well, this is another one of those. Samples. This is another one of those examples he says popadopoulos declined to why the two to aware the wire. But of course, he also declined to do the bidding of the Russians, but that's the part that people fail to realize in all of this in March and April two thousand sixteen populace at a series of meetings with Mifsud who was alleged to have connections to high ranking Russian officials and during which Mifsud told him that the Russians had obtained thousands of Hillary's emails. The FBI believe popadopoulos told this to Australian diplomat Alexander Downer who then relate this to the US government and prompted an investigation in July of two thousand sixteen and so the FBI wanted answers from popadopoulos. So he was interviewed by the FBI early 2017 about his time on the Trump campaign is contacts with furnitures and his outreach to Russia and his October. Testimony to the house oversight and judiciary committee's. He described three such meetings to the committee the first two of which took place without a lawyer present his first meeting was on January twenty seventh of two thousand seventeen with FBI agent Curtis. Hide it was during this meeting that the special counsel would later accuse him of lying to the FBI. He was convicted of providing false statements later that year. Says at a second meeting with the FBI was probably five four five days later. And he said that it was during the meeting that meeting that he was asked to wear a wire he said the meeting was just between Curtis hide and myself with a cat cafe George in Chicago. Hey, didn't have an attorney present when he was asked to wear the wire says the FBI, man. Told him we want you to wear a wire go after Joseph massad or to get some sort of information about him. I told him I'm not interested in wing aware. I rejected it he said that Hyde or Haida, it's H E. I D. This is the FBI agent one happy about it. Says my recollection of his response was we know what you're up to. I know everything about you. This is my second ever encounter with this agent. Curtis. Hide will Mark meadows of North Carolina. Ask him. Why did they want you to wear wire any civilised? No now that this is the individual who told me the Russians have Hillary's emails. So I stated then as we understood I plead guilty to the timing and the extent of my connection with this individual, but not about that particular issue. So he asked me to wear wire. And he basically told me that Washington wants answers, and you're at the center of this something like that to make it seem like I was in some deep trouble. If I wasn't gonna wear wire against this person. And that's when he said the FBI brought in more people to question him. So they started to lean on him. And then after Danny says we had the whole entourage from Washington. Come to Chicago. He said its third meeting with the FBI was sometime in February of two thousand seventeen. Hey says in the follow of meeting. I had my with council president and the FBI Curtis. Hi, there were lawyers from the FBI who came into Chicago for that meeting. He said the FBI's focus has shifted in the third meeting. It didn't seem like they were interested in Mifsud actually, even during the third meeting. It was just like, oh, can you give us his Email and his telephone number? And I believe I told my lawyers kindly passes man's Email and telephone number as the FBI had narrowed its focus to his discussions with the Trump campaign and with Alexander downing again, that's the guy from Australia the diplomat. The FBI didn't mention him by name who did I tell on the campaign about emails, and if I remember telling Alexander talking to Alexander not Alexander Downer. If I remember talking to a diplomat of a friendly country in a bar in London. I don't remember them ever seeing Alexander Downer's name until a future phone call. And then of course, you know, he gets his tangled web, and they try to make his life a living hell to I'm telling you. I don't well. He might Trump is probably going to. And I don't know how soon he's going to pardon Michael Flynn. He's probably gonna pardon popadopoulos. I would recommend against pardoning Manafort because manafort's crimes have nothing to do with Trump. What these folks were they were caught in this. You know, this web this trap this verbal tramp of of this that or the other and people just you know, I mean like Michael Flynn, I've told you how that went down. I mean that is the most look even the even James call me says the guy didn't lie to the FBI. But when Muller looks at or Muller's people looked at the transcript, and they say, well, you know. Yeah. Yeah. We can say technically lied. You know, how they'll remind you real quick how this win them Flynn's talking to these folks he's in the transition team. He's talking to what was I going with the Russian ambassador. Dude, you remember he was all over everywhere. I mean, this guy was he was hanging out with Hillary's, folks. He was a Emmys playing both sides of the fence. He's a diplomat. That's what he does. He doesn't know who's gonna win. So he's placing bets on both sides. Well, after Trump wins this guy calls him up and says, hey. Flynn about these sanctions that Obama put on Russia. We need to do something about this. And Flynn says well, we're not gonna talk about that. Now, we can talk about that down the road. And then they went on to talk about some other stuff. And so the FBI says did you talk to this guy about the sanctions, and he says, no, I don't we couldn't talk about the sanctions the transcript or Muller's people. And they said well, you did talk to him about the sanctions. And he says, well, no, I didn't. We'll look right here. It says he asked you can we talk about the sanctions on Russia. And you said we can't talk about the sanctions right now. We'll talk about that later. So you're talking about the sanctions right there. And Flynn goes. I said we're gonna talk about them later. Yeah. But when you were talking to him you were talking about the sanctions where were you talking about the sanctions is that what you're referring to? Well. Yes. Well, then you were lying to the FBI foam. Gotcha. And so they nail him guy asked the mortgages house. He's like five million dollars and lawyer's fees and stuff like this. And as far as I know he is not come out and blasted Trump at all. And I don't think Trump is blasted him. And I see a pardon in this future. Any he oughta get it. Because his good name has been dragged through the mud. He was one of the early folks on the Trump train to. And he just was doing his job talking to. So what happened was then you've got pants who asked him. Hey says did you talk to the Russians about the sanctions? He says no, I didn't tell the Russians the sanctions. And then the FBI comes depends because they've been eavesdropping on his phone call. And they said, hey, told you he didn't talk about the sanctions buddy did without any sort of explanation end. So Pence gets furious about it, and they fire him you. Remember when all that happened. Right. Well, that's what he was fired over. That's my understanding of how the chain of events happen. How things went down. And here's a guy a guy has been totally ruined by this. But yet. Well, let's say lemme lemme just put it to you this way. Let's let's say the Michael Flynn decided that he was going to I don't know stage an attack against himself, and you know, by some bleach and all this other stuff and hire a couple of folks to attack him, you know, in air quotes. And then they were gonna find Mike Flynn on, you know, the side of the road somewhere, and he's got a noose around his neck. And then he calls the police and says he's been attacked because some Hillary folks jumped on him and tried to beat the hell out of them. And we're yelling all sorts of nasty things there weren't Hillary, hats and stuff like that. You ring all he'd get off on that. If he's in Chicago. Apparently, that's how that works. Isn't it? Which one do you think is worse? And was no explanation in a sealed case jussie, smollet walks and is still out there today insisting that he was the victim of some hate crime. And everybody knows even Rahm Emanuel is saying this is outrageous that this has happened the police chief beside himself, this is AP because here's a guy who has dragged the whole hate crime name through the mud, and it'd be one thing if he says all John's, I'm really sorry. I did this. I don't know. I was depressed. I was really stressed. We were under some deadline, and I didn't know what I'm going gonna get cut from the show or whatever. No, no, no, no, no. He's defiant. I'm telling the truth. I'm telling you, this was a hate crime. And he's now sticking maestro. Somebody's got pictures of somebody with a Shetland pony. I'm telling you something's going on. I'll delve into that a little bit too. Because there are some theories out there is and it's not the judge. It's the prosecutor because the reason I tell you this is caused there's something with the prosecutor. Now, this is of course, rumor this is supposition, but people are thinking immediately is the judge did this. You can't have a case of a prosecutor refuses to prosecute. If a prosecutor says, we're not going to prosecute or we're gonna drag our feet through the prosecution, you got nothing. And so you have no choice. But this thing go, I think that's what's going on. I'll tell you when we come back. September eleventh two thousand one I remember is a perfect fall day in the nation's capital. Well, at least it started them Brian Wilson, he's covered the world from terror attacks to politics and precedents. You'd never forget the first hockey through the White House gate to the first time boarding Air Force One the first state of the union address. He's seen it all. And man does he have stories to tell an evening with Brian Wilson..
"second meeting" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The nuggets started this three game road trip on Monday in San Antonio. The Alamo city has not been kind of balloon yelled nuggets hadn't won there since March of two thousand and eleven and things looked grim. When the Spurs came out and jumped on the good guys nuggets trail by twenty one points in the first half. They were down by eighteen points when the fourth quarter rolled Rabah once again, the nuggets proved that they have no quit in them. And here comes to ball Murray nuggets or down by four year bucket. Here's mandatory Murray has it gets a fit for Millsaps really shoots at three. What a comeback dead birth down to one. I four three the fourth quarter. Kristaps is absolutely correct. Mammary drained four threes in the fourth. He ended the night with twenty five points joke read twenty two intend, but the nuggets came up short on the chance to win it in the closing seconds, Spurs get the one point win. It was nuggets thirteenth straight loss. In San Antonio, the nuggets remained second in the west a game to have back of the warriors who they will face on Friday and three and a half games ahead of the Houston Rockets who have come on strong. And now sit in that number three seed in the west and brings us to tonight's and the LA Lakers Lakers are in a bad wig LA is five and a half games out of the final playoff spot in the west, and they have lost nine of their last twelve games on their current three game slide they have been lit up by the bucks, the clippers and the sons the nuggets Lakers have split the first two meetings of the season. So that. Today's game was bringing the power and the passion that is the voice the nuggets chase Kaczynski and the wit wisdom of Katie windy. Hey, how's how's how's California treat, y'all? I hear it's been it's been raining nonstop while you've been there never rains in southern California that John Denver was well, you know. That's not true. What did what did the two of you do on a day off in a in LA yesterday, though? It's funny Burt we went to Hermosa beach separately. Each other. Into each other small beach, right? Dixie anybody when I was there. Yeah. That's why you go there. Exactly. Day LA solo time. Yeah. All right. I to ask you to now. Now that you've had a couple of days that think about it. What what's your what's your takeaway of that loss in San Antonio? Well, Burke on one side, it's like come on, man. Are you ever gonna win down here and the nuggets started so bad? So that's the negative side. But then the positive is Denver battles fat from eighteen points down in a very tough venue to play and actually had a chance to win it four times on the game's final shots. You gotta take a little pride in that. But at the end of the day of losses a loss. This time of the year, you really don't want it. Well in for me too. I was thinking about what's been going on in each of these nuggets losses. Right. And it's been one quarter really that has gone south for them that they just haven't been able to dig themselves out of an antenna Tonio was that first quarter and props to them for being able to come back and have four really good looks that the basket, and I talked to Murray a little bit at shoot around this morning and Indus was like have you talked about them the misses that you've had because he had an open three in an open floater. And he was like, yeah. I was laughing with me and was like, but you better bet I'll be ready next time. Like, I'm ready for the next one. So I mean, they're in good spirits, and I think that if they can put together a. Full forty eight minutes of effort, and energy and communicate a little better tonight. They'll put themselves in a good position to win. How close do the two of you think? Very Harris is to being one hundred scary hairs. Yeah. How close is he to to getting there because because one hundred percent Gary hairs is is a is a difference Baker. When it comes to these basketball games Vert anybody's guess one. That's actually going to happen. Hopefully, it will be tonight against the LA Lakers. I think a huge step in the right direction. Well, there's two of them one minute restrictions lifted and then to getting him back into the starting lineup. I just think he's a much better starter, then he has a player coming off the bench. So you see shades of that. But you're right. The the box score reflects that he's not back yet. And you know, you you don't know when but you gotta hope it happens suit. And I would take that just one step further for me. Gary is at his best Denver is playing Denver basketball as in dribble handoffs pick and roll a lot of hoop ball movement. Gary is a great cutter one of the best in the NBA would argue. So when the nuggets are moving the ball sharing the ball in that free. Flowing free. Moving offense, Gary really has an opportunity to shine. And they haven't been doing that. And these losses that we've seen. So I think when they get back and rhythm a little bit more, Gary. We'll find his rhythm as well. It's a good question though, Bert because we've all kind of forgot about him a little bit, right? Yeah. He he used to he used to be a guy you rely on. Like, it was it was a no brainer. He was gonna play well, Mr. consistency, Mr. everything. And he's not there yet. So chirpy nice to have that back sometime right now, I feel a let me ask you the same question for will Barton. Where is will the thrill almost back for the nuggets? 'cause it feels like there's sometimes in these in these last couple of games where you get a little bit of the thrill back in there. But he hasn't gone full three full thrill yet. You know what? I mean. I completely know what you mean? But here's the thing. Realistically, there aren't enough shots to go around to have an Ecole yoga triple double Jamal Murray. Forty point game, Gary Harris, Mr. consistency game and a thrill Wilbert game. That's just not going to happen. It's going to be one or the other. And I think where the nuggets really need somebody to step up in that guard position. And it can be anybody on any given night can be Gary can be Jamala can be. Well, you're probably not going to have all three of them playing, you know, at G blue arrow thrilled level at the same time. So it's unfair of us to sit here and be like, well, why aren't they? Consistently scoring thirty points a game because we know they're capable of that. So I think with well, it's just a matter of getting a shot within the offense. He loves playing one on one on one 'isolation basketball when he can get it then create for his teammates. And I really do like it when he gets to play three spot less of the point guard position handling the ball all the way down the floor. So I mean, I don't know. We've seen glimpses of thrill quite a bit. I think the entire nuggets team. That's reeling is to get back and read them offensively. It's the thing with him is his let's not forget this dude's been coming off the bench is entire career. I mean, this was the first year he started and played one game. And then missed thirty six or whatever ones. And so he's still kind of get used to that starting role Burt. And I gotta believe there were conversations like when when they put him when they sign him to the contract in and put them in the starting lineup of like, listen, you know, there's going to be time for you know, will the thrill for you to pound the basketball the air out of the basketball and look for an isolation gain. But for the most part you have to play within the flow of our offense or else. This stuff is just never gonna. To work. So you know after coming off the bench is entire career. And only starting a handful of games for Denver. I still think he's trying to find his way a little bit with the the amount of noise testing just a level in the volume of noise when it comes to people talking about the LA Lakers is insane. So when you talk about the Lakers and LeBron and they're in their coach and the play exactly what is going on in LA right now. It's just wild. What's going on? I mean, they're they're what they're five and a half games out of a playoff spot right now. But they have one of the greatest players in NBA history on that team. So what do you when when you look at what the Lakers are doing lately? I mean, what do you think of LA? Well, I mean, this is a tough situation for any NBA player Burke, and the way I don't know if it was LeBron James, I don't know if it was clutch sports was a combination of all those things. But this franchise died the season when they tried to go recruit Anthony Davis, and they did it in the press. I mean, they're throw names out there life. We'll give you Lonzo ball. We'll give you Kyle Kouzmin. We'll give you this. And then the trade doesn't happen. And now you've got to play with all these young bucks. I mean, that's a that's a that's a tough ask on on guys. Like Lonzo ball and Kyle. Kuzma, those young guys like that. So yeah, this things at every loophole. Everybody's you know, not everybody. But a lot of people like they need to get rid of him. Just by able I tip my hat to to be able to somewhat control. This like Katie said, chaotic situation here in Los Angeles. Okay. I'm gonna get on my soapbox here for a quick. Second was a little bit annoyed today when I was listening to some of the comments from LeBron James. And you guys know, I'm pretty honest. I'm a big LeBron James span like watching him play. I think what he's done for the league end just outside of basketball is huge. But the comments that he and when both Walton had today pre-game about how they they're putting all this pressure on young guys. And and there's been a lot of injury is as a nuggets media member or a nuggets fan or a a person that covers the Denver Nuggets. I don't want to hear that. Because the nuggets have missed the most games to injury. They have one of the youngest rosters in the entire NBA there. Four of their five starters have you know, three years or less of experience. So for just the audacity of them to use those excuses against the second team in the west tonight that just makes no sense to me at all made me so Tatum this morning. Look at the nuggets are doing exactly what you guys are using as excuses and their second in the west. So that that's kinda unacceptable to me. Right. And with with his game tonight with just a game the nuggets probably need to win just a balance back in and get rid of some of the haters coming after him over the last couple of games with the greatest thing that LeBron brain. Lebron James does is make everybody better like keep makes whip. But with all the injuries. The Lakers have is this a game tonight that LeBron just has to take control up because I don't know who else on his team can can can beat the Denver Nuggets, especially with Tyson Chandler, and no Brandon Ingram tonight an inverted chew. He does make players around him better. But you gotta give them something to start with. You know, you can't just bring somebody from Israel or the G league and say, all right? Well, now that you're next to LeBron you're gonna you're gonna average a double double the truth of the matter of fact, is is the Lakers are a ways away. You know, what they got? Lebron James Rashawn Rondo a bunch of young dudes bunch of guys they signed a one year deals and now they're missing Chandler and Ingram for tonight. So I I don't know how much he can do. I don't think LeBron James beat the Denver Nuggets all by himself. You know, what I think as long as you stay focused and don't get caught up in all the Hollywood. They ought to be fine here tonight at Staples Center. And I agree with that. I will say that the loss of the nuggets have had here against the Lakers. The one thing that to me was land. Stevenson, went off his homeland Stevenson true Hollywood performance. I'm blankets are playing and who knows what they have to monitor him. And then Rondos had a triple double against the clippers. So he's recognizes. Okay. We got a lot of guys who were injured that we usually go to for scoring. I need to score a little bit more. And then javale Lee has traditionally gotten some really big plays against the nuggets in the lane. And they score a lot in the paint self Denver can find a way to defend the paint. They'll be good. This is the game that the nuggets should win art cost. How about the kiva keys to the game? Well, first and foremost about the only way the Lakers could really score on a consistent basis as they get out run Burt in they're one of the fastest teams in the NBA. They play with pace at the shoot around this morning. The nuggets actually spent time practicing on getting back in defense. So Denver's gotta get back in transition and don't allow these guys any easy buckets. Number two, exactly what Katy says the L A Lakers are one of the better pay teams in the NBA. So Denver how whatever the strategy is defensively if they want to try and stay in front of a one on one help for the weak side. Whatever the case is they gotta make sure and pay a lot of attention to the to the pay tonight, especially against the starting in or the Denver Nuggets have a huge advantage tonight. Especially with note Chandler, no Ingram is Denver's backup unit. Lebron James and rotten Rondo or on the floor. They have to make hay their second unit. As really got.
"second meeting" Discussed on KQED Radio
"President Trump is a Republican who hasn't had a particularly conservative foreign policy called Iraq war. The single worst decision ever made. He's lauded Russia praised North Korea. And she'll be throw. You is troops from Afghanistan and Syria this week, he came back from Hanoi with no deal, Kim Jong UN there's the prolonged humanitarian political crisis in Venezuela and shifting are. They staying or going policies of US troops in Syria and Afghanistan. Is this administration's foreign policy unraveling going to take stock with to foreign policy experts who are conservatives Daniel is with the American Enterprise Institute. Thanks so much for being with us. Pleasure and Christopher Prebble of the libertarian Cato Institute in our studios. Thank you for being with us. Thank you for having me. Let's start with North Korea. And you first annual display halfway around the world to get nothing suggest the administration just isn't doing homework. Well, yes, thank it does. I mean, I think that a lot of people. So let's say horribly comfortable with the idea that Donald Trump wanted to dot things off with a post depression meeting with Kim Jong UN. But by the second meeting, it appeared that it was meeting for meeting sakes. And that the Korean leader was taken the president of the United States for a ride, Mr. Prebble. Sorry. I don't think there's ever an argument against meeting per se. I take Danielle's point. But there's also it's also true that we don't have regular dialogue prior to the meeting last year. And so continuing that dialogue at some level seems to me like a good idea. I just at some level. What about well? That's right. That's my point. So I do think that thinking that you can start this from the top down that perhaps may be true. But you also need to have a working level dialogue. And I would hope that that will continue even though this particular meeting in Hanoi did not produce any breakthrough. But did just having these two summits and President Trump's almost rhapsodic praise boosted Kim Jong UN's prestige. I don't endorse the praise, but I don't I also don't believe that meeting with a leader necessarily implies an endorsement of their behavior and their the treatment of their people the president after all has met with a number of other leaders who have horrendous human rights records, including for example, allies the Saudis, so that does not trouble me. I want to get you to talk about Venezuela. If I could president Madero refusing to step down, despite international in US pressure. Do you see a discernible US policy there, actually, I? I think Venezuela's a real success story for this administration, and in a very conventional way, actually here, we see that the administration actually did some homework. They built the foundation they worked with our allies. They worked with the multilateral in this case organization of American states. They really have brought together a coalition of at this point dozens of countries that recognize the now constitutional leader of Venezuela must avoid do. And and they are ratcheting up pressure in ways that are. I think quite careful I recognize that this is going to be a hard fog duro and his backers and Havana's very very committed to to hanging on they have they have exploited the Venezuelan people and the economy much to their personal financial advantage. And they don't wanna let that go. But I do think the administration that has actually shown a lot of skill in this area. Very impressed. And they've been quiet about it as well. Which is something that we so rarely see from Donald Trump. I wanna get you to talk about that too. Mr. Preval, boo clubbing insured, would it would it help for the United States to give a pledge of no military intervention to sway JR. People who are concerned that that's where I think people are concerned about and I think they should be concerned about that. The United States has a track record of using military force and violating the sovereignty of a number of countries, not just in this hemisphere, but around the world, so I think it is important to emphasize that there is a constitutional process that one guy DOE is is has a legitimate claim. And and I think it's equally important that the Lima group not just the organization of American states, but an organization a loose coalition of states, not led by the United States has endorsed Guido is significant. But I think the United States could complicate things if it implies as some have that ultimately the United States is going to determine this by. Let me ask you both and begin with you again Daniel has the United States abdicated a leadership role in the world. Does that really assist the world at this moment? That's a very tough question. I mean, I I firmly believe that the world is a better place when the out state leads the world is not is not a place where we step back that nobody else steps in. There are plenty of eager players on the global stage. Whether it's the Chinese with the rules that they like to promulgate or the Russian or even regionally whether the Iranians or others, you really do see that there are actual challenges to to our global leadership. The question of whether we had advocated though, is is is a much more than a Trump question because this really began in the Obama administration. President Obama was much less committed to the American global. Let's set aside these questions of exceptionalism that's obsessed. You know, the front pages, but just less committed to an American leadership profile of broad leading from behind was the phrase. I remember from. Most most regrettable raise for a most regrettable badly managed Bodley, let it badly concluded operation. And so this has been a trend, and the one thing I think is absolutely clear, and I expect that Chris will disagree with me about this. But the one thing I think is clear is that without presidential leadership. The American people don't actually understand or want to sign up to anything that we do overseas, except perhaps global trade, and even there now we see a question Christopher verbal actually Daniel, and I agree on the importance of trade. And I think the president has taken a bad step in the wrong direction on that. But in terms of US leadership we have to remember where this all started afterward to the entire world was shattered and the few countries that were capable of doing anything about it. One of them was the Soviet Union. And so in that context, I was pretty happy to see the United States take a leading role, but it's striking to me that Danielle mentioned Russia and China and even Iran regionally, but not any of the other countries in the world of which there are roughly one hundred ninety other countries in the world, which might actually take a more leading role at least in their own region. Again, that's why point back to what's happened in Venezuela. And the response of other countries in the region. I speaking of let's say, for example, India and Portland India or in in Europe. There are still a number of important powerful players. You look at the way that the other parties to the Iran nuclear deal are continuing to abide by that deal. And try to move it forward. These are countries that have identified what their interests are. And they do not necessarily aligned with the United States Christopher privileged vice president for defense foreign policy. Studies at the Cato Institute gave a book out next month, the peace war and liberty understanding US foreign policy Daniel. Senior vice president for foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Thank you both very much for being with us. Thank you. Thank you. This week brought key developments watch closely last survivors of California's recent wildfires the worst of them November's campfire left eighty five people dead and destroyed fourteen thousand homes in and around the town of paradise now the state's largest and now bankrupt utility has come forward with a staggering admission for member station. K Q E D villager, Molly has more Pacific Gas and electric acknowledged this week. It's probable that. It's a quick caused the deadliest and most destructive blaze in California history. That means the utility will likely be on the hook for billions of dollars in liabilities associated with the campfire for survivors. It's a rare piece of welcome news attorney Russ Reiner represents eight hundred campfire victims suing PG knee. I think that it is a significant development in the fact that they have admitted it this early on is in my opinion, a major step forward. This helps bolster our case Reiner says the. Admission could speed up timeline for campfire victims desperate to see their payouts, but because PG need declared bankruptcy back in January a move that helps shielded from some of those liabilities survivors rewards could be smaller than they might have been still the utility isn't going away. So unlike other companies in chapter eleven that can shut down and stop selling their product and liquidate that can't happen here. That's even a bankruptcy attorney who represents a creditor in the case because it's a monopoly. She says most of PG needs sixteen million customers don't have an alternative source of electric and gas service. So here you have to have a restructuring, you cannot just shut down the utility. Which is why even though it's in chapter eleven some investors. See value in PG, despite the fact that utilities already put fourteen billion dollars in liabilities on its books, so called vulture investors have already been circling trying to buy claims. Off of those PG owes money to this activity is unusual. So early in the case PG needs pattern of safety problems from fires to a deadly pipeline explosion in two thousand ten has prompted politicians and investors to call for the utility to clean house. Friday shares spiked after a major shareholder the hedge fund blue mountain capital management announced its picks to replace the entire board on the list. Fill Indra leaders who chaired a commission formed by congress to study causes of a two thousand eight financial meltdown. After all the significant issues of the company has faced PG need needs a fresh start. It needs new management. It's time to change the boardroom leadership. PGE hit already vowed that half of its directors would be replaced by its annual shareholders meeting in may a commitment it reiterated again on.
"second meeting" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The triangle an iheartradio station. Just say, okay. Google play one. What happened in Hanoi LAN chat Callaghan. Fox news. President Trump has arrived back in Washington after his summit with Kim Joe moon failed to produce agreement on eliminating North Korea's nuclear weapons program, the president explaining the FOX's Sean Hannity. It didn't quite work out. I would say that I wasn't satisfied, and perhaps he wasn't satisfied good relationship. But I decided that this wasn't the right time to sign something. So we'll see what happens over a period of time reaction in Washington. Some unlikely praised for the president coming from house speaker Nancy Pelosi who said she was glad the president walked away from the summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN, I guess it took kept two meetings stranger realize that Kim Jong is not on the level. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell also praising the president's decision to abruptly end the summit after Kim insisted that the president lift the harsh sanctions imposed on his country. North Korea's foreign minister says the north demanded only partial. Sanctions relief. Fox's John decker at the White House. So built a rollback the president's southern border emergency declaration introduced Thursday in the Senate to Republicans co-sponsoring, including Maine's Senator Susan Collins question isn't whether the president can add in an emergency. But whether he can do so in a manner that would undermine the congressional power of the purse opponents say they are very close to having enough Senate votes to pass the measure, which has already cleared the house in which the president has promised to veto Texas has killed a killer. Seventy year old. Billy, Wayne, Kobe lethally objected Thursday evening. You've been convicted of murdering his estranged wife, parents and brother nearly thirty years ago. Wall Street closing lower of Thursday. The Dow down sixty nine points, NASDAQ off twenty two the S and P five hundred closing seven points lower. This news. Hello. I'm Joe Cordell..
"second meeting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Scott Boras whatever the case may be rice Bruce still available after meeting with Billy's owner John Middleton in Las Vegas over the weekend. And then news BUSTER only that others from the dodgers met with Harper over the weekend, the discussed his short term deal worth big money. Then came news Tuesday from NBC sports bay area. The San Francisco Giants had a second meeting with Harper in Vegas on Tuesday. Harper is looking forward deal and excessive ten years three hundred million actual the nationals had offered him. But the question is who's going to get him. Maybe the question is who actually needs Kornheiser Michael wilpon from PTI which team needs Bryce Harper. The most the dodgers the giants or the Phillies. Well, my knee jerk reaction is not the dodgers because they've been. The playoffs seven straight years back to back World Series appearances ninety games each of those seven years, they're good. They're good. And the giants have missed the playoffs for consecutive seasons. After three championships. Yeah. And the Phillies one eighty last year they bumped up, but they missed the playoffs illustrate years. So my media reacted is the giants and Phillies, but Tony the dodgers have gone without winning a World Series. A lot longer than the Phillies or the giants. So I might might want to say the dodgers means Bryce Harper. The most we asked that Tony we already figured that one out. Michael said, it was possibly the dodgers. The giants or the Phillies again Harper looking for a deal ten years three hundred million dollars. The giants have discussed the ten year deal. However, the money part that necessarily has to come out. And now everyone in Philadelphia is getting a little skeptical about whether or not Bryce Harper even wants to play in Philadelphia. Bottom line other day of spring training. Baseball has come and gone..
"second meeting" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And the second meeting is a big day for international relations. But experts are downplaying the chances of a breakthrough President Trump has been open about his expectations for movement on the denuclearization of North Korea. UTSA's Dr metallica's Helfer birth says, it will be interesting to see what carrots the US will be dangling among those which I think would be juicy and interesting to North Korea would be a full guarantee of the security under sovereignity another incentive. Would-be acceptance into groups like the UN, but he says that's something the US does not control that nuclear arsenal keeps North Korea relevant. So he doubts they'll give it up easily Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w meanwhile, back home in Washington. President Trump's former personal attorney is set to testify before congress later today. And we're learning is prepared statement as some shocking revelations Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney for President Trump says the president is a racist. Conman and a cheat going to speak to the house over. Committee and in his prepared remarks see saying he lied to the first lady about affairs. The president had Cohen also says the president said black people would never vote for him because they were too stupid. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says it's laughable that anyone would take a convicted liar like Cohen at his word, the Texas House Ways and means committee today will feel the wrath of mayors and county judges from around the state urging them to reject governor abbot suggestion of limiting local property tax increases to two and a half percent per year. Travis county judge there Eckhard says that would tie the hands of local governments while providing zero relief for homeowners. I would suggest that we could do one hundred thousand dollar flat dollar to homestead and it would not blow a hole in our budget, and it would give far more property tax relief, then a revenue cap the state homestead exemption currently is twenty five thousand dollars. That's the amount of your home. Assessed value that you don't have to pay tax on bear county. Sheriff heavier Salazar says he expects the county jail to flunk a recent state inspection. But he says he has a plan of action to remedy the problems. The sheriff his hired at thirty year department veteran to be the new jail administrator with the rank of deputy chief every Walker says the concerns raised by the state include problems with a booking and discharge system. Three inmates were mistakenly released from jail in December and January the highest level of international women's tennis is coming to San Antonio. A Fed Cup match will be played inside the Freeman Coliseum April. Pat frost who heads the local organizing committee thinks the community will embrace the event because of the quality.
"second meeting" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Also created an organization pope bellwether bellwether is a a networking groups curated invite only we get together once a month super bowl when we have breakfast to its load of founders at media people salespeople basically i just curated a group around me it was kind of a valuable at group of people web we'd collaborate share ideas but no real selling avenue volvo times point when now it's two hundred fifty person group and huge depth of relationship each one of those two hundred fifty people act as a node refer people in but it was always done with the intention of just kind of organic quality relationships over those few years that been doing it it's just grown grown grown to the point where now you know got a a big network can being an immigrant to the to the country you know i know a lotta people and i can rely on a lot of people to help out and it's been great from kind of business development perspective but also just from advice in consultative kind of perspective so that was huge for me just just hacking networking process in just taking control of building out assistant myself to build out a network have you ever had an opportunity where you needed to save a deal from the jaws of death yes have we all all i mean i'm still in one right now so recently we we messed up massively we had a great prospect huge spend on on advertising great meeting with them they have the budget timing was right in need was right we were right great couple of meetings after the second meeting our outbound sales person didn't know we were talking to them we didn't script the list probably for them unday been hitting out the hitting up our of ceo and the co becoming totally turned off she thought it was aggressive and she thought we were kind of confused because we're already talking to hitting them up in a kind of outbound code approach we should have checked the prospect list we should a script that we didn't so now in the process of working our way back in slowly we kind of proving yourselves so let you know how it goes hope much space as you look out into the sales landscape today selling a lot different than it was even five years ago what do you think is the biggest challenge in sales today i think there's a lot of noise i think that we we bomb batard with messaging everywhere we go offline online especially in the space i'm in a marketing technology in his lot of plays out that as lot of outbound sales lot of appetizing we see three hundred sixty ads a day so a lot of messaging having pushed us as consumers now we love buying products we hate being sold to we increasingly prefer selfdirected passed to purchase so i think the key is having a.
"second meeting" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"To to really get lucrative contracts off access to the president i'm sure that's true so tell us more about nater well george nader is a guy who's been an operative between washington in the middle east for decades he's also convicted pedophile but he had access to the crown princes in the united arab emirates in the crown prince of abu dhabi and in saudi arabia and so what exactly did he promise these men and why did he think he could deliver on it well the the gist was that he could through elliott brady get access to the president and two members of congress and pretty much everywhere in washington and the purpose was to change us foreign policy in the way that those two countries wanted to be changed in did you see any evidence desmond that he succeeded in that goal and getting these these men access to the president elliot brady had two meetings with president trump one right in the oval office and he carried important political messages straight from from the crown prince is far as we can tell at least if you can believe his summaries of the meetings article doesn't in the in the course of your reporting we know about brody and nater and their activities but did you get the sense in the course of your reporting that the uae and other countries in the middle east file felt that they had a more receptive audience in the trump administration than in prior administrations to doing things just like this buying their way in one of the really interesting things is that elliott roy d claims that he met george nader at the inauguration and they were up and running within weeks so if they had any doubt that they could navigate the swamp they didn't show.
"second meeting" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Is sends a fax from your force one two met off with a bunch of bank account numbers right it would be greatly appreciated if the following amounts can be wired into the bank accounts and then he gives met off a list of taxexempt organizations that were dedicated to getting out the vote for the democrats in the six campaign uh and then also asks for a half a million bucks five hundred thousand dollars to be wired directly into the dnc has bank account by cousin warren's a financial patron here the texas speculator trying to sell pre rural world war two german orban's all right so flash forward you write the story abu you write the story and it blows up right i mean by the way this also does it is a little bit of a window into like just how desperate in for racists the appetite for fundraising was back in those days member the clinton campaigns getting money from all these were you know foreign businessmen at you know and and which does by the way i mean the larger context here the reason the fundraising scandal blew up was because there was a a lot of these shady mysterious characters were raising money for the dnc and it turned out that a lot of that money millions of it was coming from overseas uh uh it's illegal for foreigners to donate to political campaigns and some of that foreign money it turned out in the justice department investigations established was actually coming from chinese intelligence and so this was really that was real that yet that was real and it was a case of foreign meddling in our elections something we've spent a lot of time talking about in uh over the last year relating.
"second meeting" Discussed on Season Ticket
"And obviously rob drunk huskies a great red zone target in addition to his many other skills but the patriots coaching staff you know they just do such a great job a reinventing themselves in situations like this come up you know they've done a great job all year this year dealing with the lack of julian that'll men and you know they've gone to a kind of a running back centric meal run game in past game with so creative use of james white and dion luis and rex burkhead so yeah i i think they'll find the way i think there are sufficiently better than uh the dolphins that they'll still likely win the game but i mean it it can only hurt when you don't have him this is a patriots second meeting with the dolphins in in three weeks uh the cliche as familiarity breeds contempt they get a lot of shots in on brady in that game and he did have gone housekey ski in that game he had two touchdowns one of his better gains a season is this it it when when teams play so close to each other like this does that to disaster adding to the i guess the rival rian in the future the battle on your child familiar happiness and it'll be interesting to see how we spent a lot of time on this podcast talking about chippiness then yeah you know reading up for this game watching the tape of that game on november twenty six between the dolphins and patriots in foxborough you know there was uh was kind of a chippy on the edge game and you're right i mean they hit brady i believe it was seven times a year the patriots pulled the way later the dolphins made a couple of the team mistakes including a an interception in the end zone uh that obviously really hurt them so you know i uh the old cliche i think the game was a little bit closer than the score would indicate the patriots have had bought a problems in miami over the years as every patriots fan knows uh brady a seven and eight in miami in his career but uh you know there's i think i wrote spread one of the articles today the patriots are still eleven point favorite so that's crazy yeah those people it seemed a little odd to me but i think it's.