3 Burst results for "Steven De"

"steven de" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"steven de" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A comprehensive study in 2021 by one of the world's leading authorities on security cameras found that 0% of cameras in use in America today operate at just one frame per second. Statistically speaking, the odds that the video the FBI released to the public was an altered is less than 1%. The average gas station in America uses 15 frames per second. That would make the DNC national headquarters 15 times worse than the average gas station. Meanwhile, we know the DNC cares so much about security at this area that for years they have stationed a physical guard during the daytime right at this site. And that makes sense. It was the break in of the DNC national headquarters 50 years ago that caused the largest scandal in American history. Watergate. Between the history of attacks on the DNC building. Plus the fact that D.C. was once the murder capital of the country, plus the fact that 0% of cameras in use today use one frame per second. It is virtually impossible to tape the FBI released was the actual unedited footage. Listen, folks, occam's razor again, right? William of occam, keep it simple, stupid? I say that ironically, because it's not actually what occam's razor says, but that's what it means. When you're looking for an explanation to solve some kind of dilemma or trilemma or whatever it may be. Always go with the explanation that requires you to assume the least. Because if you have to assume then this, then that, then this, then that is, but there's a simpler answer. You're probably wrong. Because each if then equation, you add on to explain in each variable you throw on to make an overly complicated explanation. Fester from a rather simple one, each one adds another layer of improbability that had happened. You ever take logic in college, Modis, modus ponens, if that equations, this isn't hard to figure out. I'm assuming Jim's name is Jim. Why? Because Jim Toby his name is Jim, and he applied for the job here and produced ID. For me to believe is real name is Jeremiah. I have to assume Jim's lying that Westwood one can't figure out how to do payroll. And then for some bizarre reason, Jeremiah wants to be called Jim. That's not his name. We are assuming a lot of stupid things. So you're telling me now that DNC, the Democrat National Committee, has a security camera 15 times worse than the average guest station camera. That even though the DNC probably has a threat level through the roof that they don't have good quality security cams, even though they have a security guard there during the day, come on, guy, come on. That's what coach Stan used to say to me. Come on, guy, when I drop the fly ball of baseball. You believe this? Here, from the revolver piece. The FBI's reportedly collected 39,000 video files relating to the bombers identity in January 6th. According to Steven de antono, assistant director in charge of the FBI's Washington field office. Yet since September 8th, 2021, not a single video file has been released. Folks, again, occam's razor baby, keep it simple, stupid. If the FBI is really trying to find the guy who planted a woman who planted a bomb in front of the DNC headquarters. Then why aren't they trying to find them? I mean, the money ball rule, right? The FBI wanted to find the suspect and why aren't they trying to find the suspect? They have 39,000 video files on this? Now, having been in the security space my whole life and my best friend on Planet Earth was an NYPD detective for years in taru. That stands for technical assistance research unit. All he did was security cameras. Nobody knows more about security cameras in this guy. Nobody. You may know as much, but you won't know more. This was his entire life and it still is. He'll tell you whatever you want to know. D.C. is one of the most surveilled cities on Planet Earth. There is no way that they couldn't have reverse engineered this guy's footsteps. This bomber, by reverse engineer, I mean, you have the video of him dropping the bomb at the DNC. Then you go get the video, the block prior where you walked in. And then the block prior to that. And then the block prior to that. And then eventually what happens? You get the guy or the woman coming out of a car coming out of an Uber, coming out of an apartment, coming out of a taxi. And you have an identifier. Are you telling me that this guy managed to evade the deepest, one of the most deep, large surveillance networks on Planet Earth, the Washington D.C. camera system, and all the private cameras, and they have no identifying information on the sky. What about all the cell phone calls this bomber allegedly made? You should be able to triangulate those to the exact location from the video footage. Right, the video footage we haven't seen. Only a grainy, one frame per second, 19 second cut, the equivalent of a 1960s gas station camera. It's almost as if the FBI FBI doesn't want you to know who this guy or woman is. They have 39,000 video files. Are we ever going to see those? Or just the grainy one frame per second crap file you sent out? Everyone gets worse. From the Darren Beatty piece in revolver. In August of 2022, we definitively, this is revolver speaking. We definitively prove the DNC camera footage from the FBI's September 2021 video release should have captured the money shot of the pipe bomber taking the bomb out of the bag and planting it near a park bench in front of the DNC building. But revolver notes for some reason the FBI censored the tape. So the public couldn't see the alleged criminal walk back into the camera frame to commit the actual act of dropping the bomb down. So this is pretty serious. These allegations here are pretty shocking. Revolver and by the way, they have the evidence to back this up. It suggesting that the two pieces of information that you could use to help the public identify this partaker in the insurrection, worse than Pearl Harbor. The money shot as he walks by the camera, the FBI won't show it to anyone. They show you a grainy one frame per second kind of overhead view with no pertinent identifiers at all. So the money shots missing and we also haven't seen the bomber actually put the bomb down on the property. That's strange? Kamala Harris was there the next day. She had a Secret Service

DNC FBI Jim DNC national headquarters occam Jim Toby Democrat National Committee Jeremiah Steven de antono Washington field office America D.C. Westwood Washington D.C. William Stan NYPD baseball
"steven de" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:06 min | Last month

"steven de" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Because there is this robbery between these two squats. Be real with me Manny. How much juice does it add that you will be playing the Dodgers in the next round? I think everybody wanted this series and we've been looking up at that all year and it's going to go out and try to just win three. That's all that matters and definitely the fans are going to be involved, going to the Dodger Stadium playing two and then going back home to San Diego. It's been a while since we got to play out there in front of our fans. So I was going to be epic, so it's going to be a hell of a ride. And it's a short ride back and forth between downtown San Diego and downtown LA. Manny, we appreciate the time go enjoy the celebration type with teammates. We'll see you against the doctor here in a couple of days. No problem. Thank you. Thank you guys. Appreciate it. Bleacher tweets already buster, bleacher tweets for a Mundy. Bleacher tweets are brought to you by Dr Pepper at 8 college football season without the delicious taste of an ice, cold Dr Pepper, the one fan deserved David crawley at date at crawley underscore David writes in if a team chooses a player for a playoff roster and in this case Craig kimbrell, that person's released and replaced on the roster during the postseason. I don't think I read that correctly. Yeah, well, anyway, at this point, can you release someone like Kimberly? Let's take Craig Campbell's name out of it and put a role this Chapman's name in it. Okay? Yeah, he can be released. Now, once he's put on a roster for a series, it has to be an injury that's approved by Major League Baseball. I've been fascinated to watch this Chapman thing happen because the Yankees are kind of struggling with for space in their 40 man roster tail. I think you agree with me. Now, from their perspective, you know what, dude, fine. Go home. We're cutting you in the midst of the playoffs. You head off into free agency. Oh my God, yeah, this is a no brainer. They can simply, I mean, he brings no value, I guess to this point. So why not let him go? He doesn't want to be there. So whatever. Mitchell at tigers of Detroit writes in, who has a better chance of pulling off the upset in the divisional series, the Phillies, or the Mariners. Yeah, I think the Mariners do just, look, you know, the Astros to me are prohibitive favor to make it to the World Series. They pick them to make of the World Series. I don't see the Phillies being the braves. I just don't. We'll see. Steven de Gunther at esta Gunther writes in with times announced for Tuesday with all four series. It's frustrating to have two games being played primarily during working hours, why not have overlap and have game start four, 6, 8, 9, or similar, surely early times won't grow the game, any idea for the solution. Buster, you know what I would say though, these times are really good for people who get paid to watch baseball. I don't have a problem with them, but what do you think about Steven's issue? No, I'm with you. I'm on baseball tonight this week. And I'm going to be fired up. I get sit and watch baseball basically from noon until 9 and just talk about what we saw in the games. That'll be fun. And by the way, you and I, Sarah, we got to get lunch this week. Yes, very exciting. I love when we can have a little bit of friendship time. Steven, there are only a couple of days just to answer the question. Look, there are only a couple of days during the course of the year in which this happens. Opening day, you know, first game of the wild card series, second day of the wild card series, maybe and of course on Tuesday. So I think everyone sort of lives with it. And yeah, if you're a fan of the guardians and your work and that game's going on, kind of stanks. And I think that reflected in some of the empty seats that we saw around ballparks in the divisions and the wild card series. Oh yeah, that was definitely noticeable. Adam adds that Adam ads writes in does the new playoff format give the wild card teams intangible advantages in the division series advantages like momentum and belief, what say you to Mariners and guardians in the ALCS. I don't know. I mean, we haven't fully seen the downside of playing in the wild card round manifest and that is having your pitching jumbled having your relievers taxed, I mentioned I'm picking the guardians to beat the Yankees in the American League championship series and not peck on the Mariners to beat the Astros. Don Irvine writes in the decision to leave, Chapman off the ALDS roster means that they are ready to part ways with him. Yes, I think that they were being professionally polite and keeping their options open and then when he didn't show up on Friday, I think all bets are off. So you. Matt, our friend eater of cheese whiz and master of spreadsheets, right? And you've said you like to root for the story. What's your biggest story from the wildcard round? Pool holes and yachty's careers close out. The Mariners fighting back in the Blue Jays collapsing, Scherzer's faulty start and the emergence of SpongeBob Gonzales. I got the Padres. I come back by the Mariners on Saturday was huge. But the Padres look good and they knocked off a hundred win team in the mets, and they seem like they're gathering momentum and everything going on with musgrove last night. That was crazy. What did you think of all that, Taylor? I kind of agree with the sentiment that like buck was just sort of doing his due diligence. Almost his job to be honest. Do you agree with me with a pharaoh comparison and what John told me? Yes. Yeah, absolutely. And I liked how musgrove handled it too. He was like, okay, you want to check me? Great. Let's do it. And then stick it to him. Right. Exactly. That was awesome. That was the best part of the game, I thought. So yeah, no big deal all around a little dust up, but whatever. We'll all move on from it. Last one, for today, Kate Harrington at kadin ten writes in about bonds record being legit or not. Reminds her of the current situation about what you call queen Camilla. She is the queen consort, but her actual title is Queen Camilla, even though a lot of people don't want to acknowledge that. I kind of like the idea that era judge is the king consort of the home run through. What do you think? Well, well, would it be Aaron judge is the king consort or would it be that Barry Bonds is the king consort? I mean, by the comparison. Right, I guess I think it's choose your own. That was a great observation. But I think bonds would be the king concert, right? King concert. I know I kind of think it's like for me. It depends on who you see as the one true king talking about bonds. She's talking about bonds. She's saying the question is whether bonds is legit. She's not a questioning judge is legitimacy. And that's where the comparison is. Come on, read it again. I know. I'm reading comprehension clearly not one of my skills. As evidence on this edition of bleacher tweets, so keep writing them in. So I can read them incorrectly. Yeah, we got a no baseball tonight, but we will be back tomorrow and every day this week. Yeah, just to remind everybody, during the postseason, we'll pretty much be doing podcasts, daily, unless we get an early end of the LCS and there are a few days off. We might take one off in the midst of that, but we're going to have daily podcasts during weekdays and we're going to have Sarah Lang's on with us every day and that'll be a lot of fun. That's it for today. My thanks to Sarah, Tim, to Sarah, Taylor, Mandy bell, have a great day everybody.

Mariners Dr Pepper baseball Chapman Manny David crawley crawley underscore David Craig kimbrell Steven de Gunther San Diego Phillies Dodger Stadium Craig Campbell Astros Yankees Dodgers Steven Don Irvine Kimberly Gunther
"steven de" Discussed on The Strategists

The Strategists

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"steven de" Discussed on The Strategists

"I've told the joke you're gonna make you have a conversation by yourself which would be corey. Let's talk about the the. Mvp for a second. What would you be telling them. What would you be telling them right now. Terms of advice related to this current situation. Is it something i maybe. The theme here is victory laps. Do they take victory lap on this. Do they does money get money or do they need to be a bit humble a bit quiet. Like what would your tone and strategic sort of positioning them. Be right now. Because seven straight seven months of polling in first place now lapping in fundraising. Do they wanna be out ahead or are you kind of tempering them bit. What sort of advice given right now. Well i think that there is a lot of reason why you want to be the fundraising leader and wanna point to that fundraising strength and most of it ties to that third party conversation. If there is kind of a risk to a returned notley government right. Now it's two years. There's lots of risks but one of the risks is that somebody says well either of these parties is doing it for me. So i'm gonna go and try to build another party but by showing that you're in pole position and as long as nobody fs this up. Then this government will be change. That's gonna be very appealing to a certain section of albertans that said you don't wanna give the sense that you have so much money. You're like you know that. Brad stevens de the mvp provincial secretaries like scrooge mcduck just swimming around and had just So it's yet it's good is money. It tells us an awful lot about the fact that albert frustrated with this government they are. They're letting us know that through their spending here. But i don't kid yourself. They control the government that gives them a huge communications advantage. Don't kid yourself. They have all of their friends with with dark money. That's going to be flooding into this election. Just look at last election when all of the used car dealerships pool together to push against the mvp. They they're in the lead even if it looks like they're halfway behind us because they have access to all of this money. Perhaps you go so far as even to say somewhat unscrupulous money and we have got to be three times as good as them to be in the game with them. And you've gotta create that sense of sweat on the back of people's next like that's great where at one point two million. It's great that only six hundred thousand came in relatively. We're doing fine in that sense but this isn't just about albertans. This is about all of the levers. They feel totally comfortable polling. That they shouldn't pull corey. would you. would you characterize that as embracing an underdog status. It's cliche of like your five votes. Behind but i think in fundraising. You've gotta give the sense that it's not enough owns. Yes we have this money but it's not enough so you are trying to give two messages at the same time one is kind of the. There's really only one game town message but the other one is but it's still not enough. We need more. This is not going to be enough to do it. Because it's it's tough to unseat the government especially a government that's willing to use the power of government. Carter finish off here. What advice would you be. given to. the end. ep as they as a soak in their fundraising numbers..

Brad stevens two years two million Carter six hundred thousand five votes two messages seven months one one point first place three times one game town much notley seven straight third albert mvp second