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"swale" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"swale" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"With the scene. Because suddenly I wasn't just standing in front of it talking about it, we were in it. Is that something that you can get better at being in a moment like that? I think I'm just working it out as I go along. But I do think that this is the big difference between network and cable. Because it's CNN, I was doing those live shots sometimes for 20 minutes on the streets of Kabul. And so when you are in that position, the whole thing changes, it's more about like, hey, we're on the streets of Kabul together. Let's explore. Let's see what we find. Let's see who we can talk to. And did you notice this? And did you notice that? And so the whole thing has a real informality to it that I think is actually really allows viewers to feel that they're closer to the experience of being there. And I feel like the more natural we are and the more real we are, I don't think that has to compromise the reporting. I think you can be a human being and be a reporter at the same time. I know that the answer to this question has to be yes. But I'm interested in the layers of it. I mean, how fearful are you in these moments? In your job is to go to the most dangerous places in the world. How scared are you? If you're not scared, you're stupid. Because fear is a really important emotion, evolutionarily, it tells us when we're in danger and when we need to get out. So you should feel scared. But you make sure that your rational mind is in the driver's seat, calling the shots and making the decisions. And so I want to make sure that the car is right there that it's pointing in the right direction that I have an exit that the gunshots are coming from over there, that the crazy person who is shooting, I am standing behind them. You know, you have a lot of things going on in your mind. To try to make sure that you are minimizing the risk that you're subjecting yourself to. But I also know like in the airport and Afghanistan, for example, there was a really scary day we had there with gunshots going off nonstop, these Taliban fighters, nearly cracked open my producer Brent swale's head, literally it was this close. And the next day it was like, should we go back to the airport because that was the obvious place to go back and we were just like, no. No, we did it yesterday. We gave people a really real sense of the chaos. But we're not just going to keep going back and exposing ourselves to that level of danger just to fill air. So it's all about calculated risk. Taking the risk when you need to and being smart about how you take them. And do you think that at some point how you calculate risk will change? Like, is there a time when doing this work will be less worth it than it is to you now? I think having kids already shifted that. I mean, there are certain risks I would have taken back in the day that I would not want to take any more. And I think also as you get older and a bit more experienced, you sort of know yourself a bit better. So for me, personally, I care about people. That's what drives me, that's what fascinates me. That's what I find to be the most compelling storytelling. I'm not the best person to send out embedded with troops into an empty village to watch some epic battle play out. There's people who are much, much better at that than I am. And it's a high risk and for me the reward isn't there because if there aren't people in the village, then it doesn't sort of speak to me as much. So I do think it's constantly shifting and evolving, but I can't imagine not doing this work anymore. That makes sense to me. It's like a constant conversation with yourself about what you can do and what you need to do. Yeah. Yeah. And it's always evolving. Before I let you go, I saw this quote from you. I think it was in a conversation with Terry gross on fresh air. And you said, we're so protected from those moments of just sheer survival. In our western lives. And that quote made so much sense to me because I feel very protected from those moments in my western life. And I wonder how you navigate that for yourself, how you bounce between these moments of sheer survival and then go back to London and have a coffee with your friend. Like, how do you bounce between those extremes? It's hard. It's really hard. It's probably the hardest part of this job. Because you start to feel a little bit like you don't belong anywhere and so I used to come back from war zones and feel completely disconnected from my life. Disconnected from my Friends from my family, I would look down on people about the conversations they were having about silly things. I would feel kind of numb and miserable and then I realized that if you want to be able to keep doing this work, you have to choose to embrace the privileges that you've been given and you have to choose joy and choose love and be kind to yourself.

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"swale" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"swale" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"And. Jails in a wind tunnel and I think that and I think that zandy right now is I know that past derbies aren't won by the horses with his style, but I just think that this horse has plenty of upside and he's going to be on the top of a lot of my tickets. Dale are you buying him or selling him? No, I'm buying him. He's a good horse trained by a great horse trainer and he was super impressed with the bluegrass. And I'd love to see a winner come out of the bluegrass. You got to figure in this wide open field. He's a major contender. All right, I'll stay with you for the next horse then. How about the bluegrass runner up, smile happy? Buying him or selling him. I love smile happy, but I'm selling. I don't think he can get the distance. I think he's been around past a couple of times by horses and when he stretched out more than a mile and a quarter. We got 20 horse field. I like the horse. I think you'll do some great things down the road, but I'm selling. Timmy? You know, this was a hard sell for me. You know, Kenny mcpeek has been so high on this course since the since he got him. And you know, but he's had this first start this year, there isn't star. He couldn't he couldn't to catch epicenter. Granted, that was his first start in three months. But then in the second start, he couldn't hold off sand on. So, you know, and Kenny was going into that race. He said something to the effect of you better have a bear to run against me if you want to beat me. And then afterwards, he said to the fact where he likes where he's at and that you can see the horse will be peak performance and the first Saturday in May, which he very well made. But I don't see it on the win end. He does a very, very nice horse. But I'm selling. All right, what about the Santa Anita Derby runner up messier buying or selling? I'll take this one first again. I think he might become my top pick. I think that he's got all the credentials going into the Derby and I think that even though he got beat, it wasn't his taxing or race on him. It could be straightened out ready to roll first Saturday in May. He was on everybody's short list. When he. Rolled to win the bob Lewis by 15 lengths, and you know, you got a party going on there and what? Out of trying to keep trying to spot a quiet and I keep moving from one of his not working out. But anyway, that's the, you know, he dominated in that race, the Lewis, and in the San Anita Derby, he got run down by taba. Stablemate was in his second start, messier is going to be a horse that's going to be prominent early in this race. There's no doubt about that. Whether or not he sticks around till the end, I don't know. I'm selling on him, even though I do respect and fear his speed. All right, that was fun. I'm going to pick three more horses next Saturday and then the following Saturday as well. And we'll see if you guys are still on them or maybe starting to think about selling on those forces as we get closer to the first Saturday in May. All right, topic number three, later today, keenland is going to host the final Derby points race. That's the Lexington stakes, which has produced 37 Kentucky Derby starters and two winners. We talked about those earlier, swale, and charismatic the only two horses that come from the Lexington and win the Derby. We could see a Derby starter or two emerge from this year's race, but guys should handicappers take courses coming out of this year's Lexington seriously, or should they simply cross them off and move on. Dale, you went at first. Yeah, I think this is such a wide open year. And I keep saying that, and I don't think this is a bunch of bad horses. I think there's a bunch of good horses. So whoever wins the election, I think, has to be considered a contender. I haven't seen many horses that I think are complete tosses. And I think a horse that runs big Alexa this year could come back and run very well in the derbies. Tim, what do you think? Dale, if a horse comes out of Lexington and wins the Derby, I'll wash your car every day at Saratoga. Okay, yeah. I like that. I like that because I think like we said earlier, I don't know where to Derby winners going to come from this year has been so different in my opinion. I think there's so many nice horses out there and there might be. I think there's some yeah, there are some nice forces in the Lexington, but I think there are definitely a cut below of the contenders that we've seen. And there's horses in here that obviously they need some points to get into the race. I mean, Brad's horse, Tony point, I believe he should be in already, but D Wayne's coming back on a week's rest with ethanol, E thorough road to get some points, call me midnight, major general, dash attack. I mean, damn, you gotta Halloween times in that race. Are you even looking towards the Derby with him? He wouldn't have enough points. Woody? If he wins, then they let me in. I'll be there. And he's doing very well. He's going to run a big race today. Because it's only 20 points to the winner, right? Yeah, but I don't get it might get down to 20. Yeah. Well, yeah, you don't know what the defections will be, but yeah, I think there's some nice horses in that race, but. Color me, the guy that says zero chance the winner of the Derby comes out of this race. How great would it be of howling time is the reason that Tim has to wash your car every single day at Saratoga? Wouldn't that be nice? And I believe I'll have that car muddy every day. Well, I know you would. But we're going to just beat dust in it off, too, I mean, I drive out fo I go find a place off road. Well, I think that I'm going to hold off on bringing my hose up there because I don't think I'm going to have to do it. Does that include vacuuming too? He has to vacuum it too, right? No vacuuming. It's just a splash of water on the windshield and off we go. All right, topic four before we get to our final segment, the winner of the week, claiming foul segment that we do every single week here on the program. All right, for Erie announced that they have hired a new announcer for their upcoming meat. That's a gentleman by the name of Doug McPherson. And that got me to thinking about some of the.

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"swale" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"swale" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Listening to the equine forum on HR RN presented by twin spires. And now the finish is as well. He's there by four nights on the outside off me ten seconds. Winning the game and gets it by three lengths. Charismatic on the outside takes command on the inside at the middle of the track center via slide, but it's not holding on to what it is. Let it be flying on the outside and get the, I believe, was third. What a dramatic victory has charismatic and Chris Hadley. Team up to get the roses for Lucas. Well, how about that for a little trip down memory lane? Swale winning the 1984 Kentucky Derby Mike battaglia have the call and then Dave Johnson with the call of the 1999 run for the roses and charismatic. Those are the only two horses to win The Kentucky Derby after prepping a kingland Lexington steaks, so should handicapper simply dismiss any Derby horse that comes out of today's Lexington or would that be a huge mistake. And if you could pick three track announcers all time and combine their skills to create one super announcer, which three are you choosing? We're going to talk about those topics and much, much more with trainer Dale Romans and turf writer Tim wilkin on another brand new edition of I ask they answer presented by the university of Louisville,.

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"swale" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"swale" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Okay, Gladiator kings, but he's a nice little sprinter. But the funny bone, captain candyman can, wildcat red, smooth air, king of the Roxy was a nice horse for Todd pletcher keyed entry, limehouse. More than ready. Holy bull. A flight so freehouse buster, swale, lord avie spectacular bid. I mean, Jesus, that's like a bit of a who's who. And you know, races do this, right? They do ebb and flow and, you know, sometimes I was talking with somebody recently about, you know, the long hair smile losing its grading and, you know, for us in the northwest, it's pretty upsetting and that's kind of our signature procedures race. But the lower purse is not attracted the out of towners. And therefore, it's hard to justify. I mean, there's been a few worse to come in from out of town, but you know, it's hard to justify keeping the graded stakes when it's a hundred grand and it's mostly emeralds normal stakes horses kind of running in the race. So I get it. But hopefully it'll I know they added to the purse this year, hopefully it'll ebb back. But try to think of whatever race is kind of waned and prominent. Like the super Derby, right? The super Derby was a massive three year old race. And it's kind of not right now. And for the last many years, I know they tried it on grass and in what have you, but yeah. So anyway, so the hutcheson nitrous channel, 7 to 5 is your morning line favorite, goes off at one to two. And gets beat by provocateur who was a horse that I had seen here at Tampa in his last couple of starts. Goes down there for Todd pletcher. Now he was a maid winner really impressively back on December 23rd and then came back in the Pasco stakes and lost to Mark Hamill who I think ran on the fountain of youth if I remember right and set the pace that race. But provocateur kind of made the lead. I thought he was going away in arkanian marquee was up battling in the past go drop back and then came back. It was a really impressive win, but provocateur looked I thought rather nice here winning the Hutchinson stock from just off the pace, long shot went up and grabbed the lead and nicer channel got first run, but proved tour just ran right on pie and a one nicely for Todd pletcher I ran in the my racehorse folks. The my racehorse people, they had a debut winner at Tampa. Oh gosh, was it Friday? I think it was Friday. Maybe it was sadder. No, Saturday, I think it's the last race. But those horses take so much money and, you know, I always joke, 'cause you'll see a lot of touts out there that'll always say like, oh, you know, our legion of fans, they move the money. You know, and of course it's not totally true, but in reality, if somebody has 15 people all betting a $100 or something, in a pool where it's not crazy big, like it could change the odds a little bit. But when you have hundreds of these owners, and if they're all bet in ten, 5, 200, whatever dollars, like they're all betting these horses to win, right? Especially if they're new people into the game, new owners and stuff like they're probably mostly betting to win. They're not tinkering around with pick 5s and super high 5s. And so these horses are so often just blasted in the wind pools. And you know, they're gonna win sometimes, sure, but there's been a few times where I've seen some potential decent overlays on other horses just because the my racehorse aspect is leading these horses taking so much dough at the windows. The silks run stakes, turf sprint, 5 furlongs, it was yes I am free and you see a jaramillo at 6 to one. You know, these Gulfstream 5 eighths races. 5 eighths turf, I should add, not the synthetic, but I just don't remember very many times at all where horses came from way far back or were that wide. Like it just seemed like you have to be close and you have to not lose a ton of ground to win these races. Now the rail was at 35 feet. And I haven't been watching enough to since they've installed the synthetic to know kind of how much the rail being up or out changes things there. You know, I remember at Gulf Stream west when I was there like it was an insane change when they moved the rail out like 15 feet. And from the normal spot. It just made an incredible amount of difference. And then I've been another tracks where it doesn't make a whole lot and so but this one, those 5 eighths races like I just don't know how, if you're not close up, like how you win those races. Certainly things can happen, but that's why I kind of tend to like the 5 and a half or the 6 turf sprints like races at keenland or. Belmont, like I like where and fairgrounds too does that. I like where you have the Gulf Stream stretch is shorter than normal too, like it's a shorter homestretch. So you just don't have the time to make up. And you know, our 5 8th race is a Tampa for the most part it's been pretty speed favoring as well. It's been a couple that have come from off the pace, but not a lot, and not very far, so it's naturally a race to place the speed. It's a 5 for a long sprint. It's supposed to play the speed, but yes, I am free scoring in there. I saw an article in the form that in primus was supposed to go into that race, but they had a little bit of a setback. So what are the cooler turf sprinters in recent years infamous? I still have never figured out how to properly say his name. I think it's improvised. Maybe it's in primus. It's one of the two. But yes, preform day in the middle stages of that Gulfstream card. I remember spear wind was winter of any limit stakes, but yeah, pretty form full day there at Gulfstream. For the most part..

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"swale" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

"Lady of the mr. Hey good to see you so so. This is where we're at right now. So so so. That's the situation. This is where we're at Whoever wins Whoever wins in the main event Next week between kaban okada wins the block. It's just that simple now if we talk about Block a that is a a whole author nine yard. Are you guys ready for this. Because our boy jacob swale left a super chat thank you very much. Jk and he says haven't watched today yet. But what are my boy. Kent this chances of winning block a really hoping my math is right. On current standings block a as it stands right now has four people tied for first place with twelve points. Right coda bucci. We have kenta. We have zack. Sabre junior and we have shingo. Now i am. I am not even remotely going to take credit for this because i. I'm gonna throw this over to chris. Samsa over on twitter. At v. Chris sans samsa who provide stats for english. Commentary for new japan among his other. Things agai you should follow if you're you're into new japan because he's got all these stats down fantastic previews now. Here's how this is. How boils down to okay. According to his math the person who has the largest percentage of winning the block b is kenta. Ken highs there are. There are more scenarios in which he He can win the block a boo she and zack sabre junior are the second most have the second. Most and shingo only wins blog. Be into into scenarios when we break these down a little bit okay if night if the final logbi be ends with a bushy defeating. Kenta zack's in virginia defeating tugela shingle defeating yuji takahashi and itchy defeating yano. That means that bucci zazi Junior and shingo all tied at fourteen. Zack sabre junior has the tiebreakers on both those dudes. So he wins. Block beat next scenario ebou. She defeats kanter..

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"swale" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"That's rudy giuliani freedom. Fund dot com Let's let's start at the top bill. Let's talk about who now runs the world's largest communist dictatorship who is xi jinping. What do we need to know about him. And what changes he made recently to the constitutional order of that communist state. Xi jinping is the ruling dictator of communist china He assumed that position in two thousand twelve and immediately began to undo many of the reforms that had been taking place under deng xiaoping began after maoz demise in nineteen seventy six Basically these policies have been taken in ended attempt to re communize china. I would describe xi jinping a neo. Maoist he's a his as reported in my book. Deceiving the sky his his His favourite leaders are hitler-stalin. And now and he is working very aggressively to return China to its communist roots almost in the style of north korean totalitarianism. We've seen him go. After the business leaders in china who wielded enormous power by becoming billionaires Many of them have been imprisoned. Some have been killed. Some others have been driven into exile. And this is all part of xi jinping plan to once again make china a dominant world communist power when it comes to the the system domestically. What is it that they're most afraid of. Some people say you look at the events in hong kong that democracy or some kind of a burgeoning democracy is what they're most afraid of other afraid of america democracy or something else bell. Yes they're afraid of american democracy the they have an idea of so called color. Revolutions those are the revolutions that travel throughout north africa and the middle east and south asia. A number of years ago and they they believe that communist china and the communist party of china are locked in a death struggle with world. Capitalism led by the united states. And they've been you know it's amazing to me. I hear a lot of china experts. Tell me that oh china's not really communist. They're just going through the motions. When in fact everything they do is according to these marxist leninist principles this idea that china must defeat the world leader of capitalism in order to maintain its dominance as the world. Power a none. None of this is secret. I mean and when i came to the white house bill. I really thought my my job would be kanta terrorism but once i started reading the classified analyses that were prepared for the president. I realize well deal with jihadis. We'll deal with. Russia and north korean around. The real threat is communist china. The you don't need a clearance to understand what they want. If you look at unrestricted warfare the publication if you look at one belt one road told us about these products that are out there in the public domain. That tell you what china wishes to achieve by the hundredth anniversary of the chinese revolution. Yes that would be twenty forty nine. It reminds me of A guy named michael pillsbury china expert who the pentagon sent to china many years ago in the early two thousands and he was able to get a number of chinese military writings and he translated these into english and it had a huge impact on the national security community including the military because what he disclosed was that these kind words and smiles and glad handshakes from the chinese communist party were hidden by military writings. That said china is going to defeat the united states. it views united states as its main enemy. It's building weapons of war to defeat the united states in a future war. All of these things are the reality of china today. And they're now coming to fruition with the advanced weaponry were seeing deployed by the chinese military. Things like anti-satellite weapons that could destroy our communications navigation and targeting precision guided targeting elements. Were seeing cyber warfare campaigns. That could also turn out the lights. Were seeing a missiles and just recently. It's been disclosed that. China is engaged in a massive nuclear expansion program and this has been discovered commercial satellite imagery throwing up to three hundred. Fifty silos are being built for the new forty-one intercontinental ballistic missile. That's going to have ten warheads each so you can do the math there and you can see. We're looking at an enormous nuclear and strategic. Breakout on the part of the chinese communist party. But not just about connecticut will ferrell conventional warfare in the spirit of the ancient strategists on sue. The communist chinese regime is using indirect form of warfare non kinetic financial informational propaganda and espionage based. And if you look at the last few decades whether it's the senior senator from california dianne feinstein having a chinese intelligence operative as her chauffeur for twenty years. Or whether it's eric swale well who clearly cannot deny the fact that he slept with a chinese intelligence officer called fang fang. The chinese have more than one way to defeat us do they. Not yes and their influence operations are one of the big secret warfare programs of china I know that an academic from new zealand named anne. Marie brady several years ago. Did an incredible study on chinese influence operations in australia. It had a huge impact in fact the australian government was able to uncover at least one member of parliament who was covertly connected to the chinese military. The australian government then restricted chinese investment This is the kind of thing that is urgently needed in the united states. There hasn't been a single think. Tank in the united states that has done a similar study of chinese influence operations and it just shows you the scope and breadth of chinese power in the influence sphere that they have literally bought up officials. A using officials like former secretary of state henry kissinger Former officials like former defense secretary bill cohen. All of these people have setup consultancies and have made tens of millions of dollars doing business in china and there have been very influential in preventing our country from defending itself from this information warfare threat. Stay with us for more from bill gates after this break gun. Owners of america is the only no compromise gun lobby from battling the biden. Administrations radical anti-gun agenda to restoring your constitutionally protected rights in the states gio as grassroots army led by a friend of this.

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"swale" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"It's really wild. Also that that happened in less than a year and a half time. But that's not the point of this. Conversation congressman. How do you marginalize those leaders that are within the republican party who are literally feeding their base. A steady diet of lies to quote the great jennifer rubin. You have to expose them for the lives that they are so. The voters know every day that january six was not a peaceful demonstration. It was a violent day and we can't let that be erased from history and it has to also be clear as early as tomorrow the republican party. It's crazy to say this out loud in this day and age but the republican party is holding a celebrate celebration for cop killers. They're celebrating cop killers tomorrow at our nation's capital and they're doing this while police officers over one hundred fifty of them who suffered injuries. Many of them have not yet returned to work. This would be the equivalent of having a post-september eleven vigil for the hijackers. That is what the republican party has reduced itself to the reason this is allowed to occur and the reason people show up is because a decreasing likelihood of republican leaders to condemn rallies like this and the increase of calls for violence from within from my own colleagues like madison koffler. And who recently suggested that people may have to resort to bloodshed to get the outcome that they want in our democracy. Do you think that that viewpoint that madison cawthorn communicated talking about political violence. Do you think that that's what the gop has accepted at this point. Do you think they're a ok with political violence. As the result of a lost election silences complicit is makes them complicit silence is telegraphing a permissive lane to the mob who will continue to show up to events like this people who will show up at the capitol with the propane tank threatening to blow up the place because they're hearing from republican leaders from donald trump to kevin mccarthy that the election was stolen and they believe it's a call to arms for them. Take it back but we have to recognize. There's a cost to these deadly lies and it's really too deadly lies that the republicans are telling the i of course about the election. It's a continued violence and threats of violence. There's a cost for the radicalization that the republicans have put out there to their voters. And the other cost is the lie about vaccines if the deaths don't concern you than the actual monetary costs should concern. We spent four point six trillion dollars addressing coveted and for the unvaccinated the kaiser foundation estimates that we've spent twenty billion treating the unvaccinated so two twin deadly lies right now coming from the republicans literally killing us and costing us financially. One of the questions. I have is at what point. Do these republicans reach a breaking point. Not just in the country but within their own pace and with their own voters at what point is the number of sick and dead going to be too high for them to accept and at what point will they say no. Political violence is not okay. And how would it look if they actually did that. They're not doing that. They won't do that and they're gonna pay a price just as they did in california this past tuesday because they're wildly in in out of alignment with where everyday voters are so. I would suggest to you that while. Eight and ten republicans believe the election was stolen and foreign ten. Believe that violence is okay. That doesn't reflect that. The republican party is growing. I think it's shrinking and becoming more and more radical and when you look across the battleground states in a recent poll. A majority of voters support the vaccine requirements. That joe biden is putting in place to protect us and they're going in the opposite direction continuing to peddle the lie so i think they're shrinking and we just have to keep beating them at the ballot box congressman. Eric swallow. Thank you so much for starting us off tonight in please. That was safe weekend. Joining us now is democratic congresswoman. Madeleine dean of pennsylvania. She was an impeachment manager in the second impeachment trial of donald trump. Because as we said at the top there were two so you have to distinguish between the two impeachments of the former president congresswoman. How do you marginalize the leaders within the republican party. Who are as i said. Eating their base. These lies that are sometimes resulting in political violence but certainly resulting in sickness in death when it comes to cove it early. I'm pleased to be with you. But these topics couldn't be more troubling. And of course. I'm delighted to be in the company of eric swale. Well i served as impeachment managers together on each at number two. What i'm struck by this week. And we'll get to your question about marginalization. But what i'm struck by this week is the image of the fencing. Going back up happened on. Police are forced to put fences backup up to protect us. Members of congress are staff end themselves from the lies that are coming from within. A lot of people might think we're putting fences up because we have to protect ourselves from a possible attack as we suffered on january six. I.

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"swale" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"I think it's great jack. How about a final thought for the folks who didn't occur to me till during the show today but this new bob woodward book is a canard or a catch twenty two or a circle. Can't be squared or something. I wonder if it's going to Stick around as a story because either you believe it all or you don't believe in all and if you're going to believe it all then this general milley guy has got to go or at least answer. A hell of a lot of questions immediately might have to go to leavenworth. My final thought is also met gala related. Jim banks congressman from indiana. Took three shots at ao. See in address eric. Swale well tweets adam three tweets about. Aoc's dressed you need a restraining order. Banks responds sorrier. Only one of us has a thing for communist women. Damn headshot thang fang. Resets eric swallow and his chinese spy. Gal pal never forget honest to gosh i feel like the the woodward book stuff about general million trough being so crazy exploded yesterday but i think maybe the cable news channels are thinking through thing a second. If we're going to buy into this then he attempted to pull off a coup and we might have. Maybe wish to stop talking about the width. The encouragement of nancy pelosi armstrong and getty wrapping up another grueling for our work day so many people thanks a little time armstrong and getty dot com. Get a podcast. If you miss any of the show armstrong and getty on demand our interviews are extra large you can get some swag while you're there drop us. Neal's is something we ought to be talking about. Mailbag at armstrong and getty dot com. We will see tomorrow. God bless america. I'm strong and we'd like to see a world in which every person gets access to. It's true are you sure of that dude divergent or not a lot of people have this experience so let's go with buying. It began the first defensive player to win the heisman trophy. Congratulations charles. that is something. No one can ever take away from unless you kill your wife in a waiter. In which case you're very much. Armstrong and getty childhood is wanting variety of different bake sweets in someone telling you know adulthood is wanting a variety of different bake sweets and being able to go right to mickey d's to get every single one you want whenever you want the new glazed boulevard donut. In the ninety nine cents and size coffee with pumpkin spice flavors wait prices number dissipation their limited time only iced coffee promo..

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"swale" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"I love. That's the attitude of gratitude is believe it or not some kids in the class. Same one as your child cannot afford the full list of school supplies and some can't afford any year really want the kid who can't afford crayons to sit there without crayons. we don't live in an ideal world. Where every kid has apparent that can be volunteered school. Some parents are barely getting buys. It is some kids have no one to come to back to school nights to be involved and help with their homework so spent an extra twenty bucks on supplies. Take care of who may be your child's best friend and that is the hall of famer brad and glorious santee checking it like his attitude. He's right speak glad. That's not i like that. It's hard to remember. Sometimes when you're all worked up to be glad you don't have that problem What's it sure noises from the corner call. He just makes he's annoyed. He argues might yet. I still noises. It's on okay. There is What other great stories do we have the crackpot news today nathan the uk. They have the Bacon role at mcdonald's. Don't have this done with bacon and catch up on it that's pretty good. It sounds deliciously simple a any complaints. I think growth. Why is that. I don't know. I don't mean baking bread ketchup sandwiches. Okay all right dot bacon egg and cheese. Okay all right very good. Put it away put it in. What is a big and chief thought her egg an egg. I want an ega g g. Hey was kind of a you. Meet an egg. No one a knee. D- i learnt recently. I can't say the pasta name that starts though. Let me see it starts with. What if i say right f. e. yes i know that one. Okay how do you say fettuccini. Okay how do you say for fettuccini. And what are you. Say emily now. I'd like some fettuccini tonight. You said a correct okay. I've been told it's not. There's no fettuccine and end. It's not feted. puff pronounce correctly. Can't understand him fettuccini. F. e. t. t. u. c. i n. i saw saying it's fettuccini. Nothing like that fed. Well there's no d. not fed There's cows in moscow. It's moscow i while there are cows in moscow as those here in this room to house on cole's petty i'd requesting it every night for dinner at my way just i want fettuccini with thatta. Yeah embarrassment well. How do they say in africa. Not fat out doing a hollow log to bang on it with drums human leg bones. Bang on my order for you to change about thing. You've ruined me. But i can't have any restaurant in this dump i know sorry. Hang on donna. Wants to say hi to us your donna. You're on the. Dsp how do you say fettuccini cheney wrong there's no bed a- what else going on donna. Okay my husband's a teacher and he's only given two hundred fifty dollars for the school year to supply his class. It's high school so no matter what grade. They're in the kids are going to either lose. Their pencils not have a pencil. Their parents can't afford a pencil You'd be surprised all the supplies. Some of them have to be supplied by the teacher and they're not given enough money either. School district might be different. I don't know. All i know is that he would in the class that he would have he would actually have the students use both sides of the computer paper so that he would have enough paper for the year so so mark out the part that's not necessary and then turn over to clear page so that they would still have enough paper so i'm want people who are com- commenting. They said. ask their school board. How much the teachers are given for. Supply started off right. Thanks thanks very much. I love your show. I love yours. Thank you very much donna. I tell you. I don't remember like in how it was in second third grade something that but i know for certain when i got to high school. You didn't have a pencil if you didn't have paper tough teddy's kid. You are gonna flunk this assignment. Oh yeah it was like that for you. I have no recollection of this whole thing about them supplying pencils and stuff like that for us must have been long after my time because we all knew under penalty of you will fail this assignment. You'll fail the test. Whatever if you did not show up with the stuff you wear told us by the teachers at the beginning if you don't have the stuff that you need to get through this class and it's going to be pretty simple. You need a pencil or pen and you need a notebook and maybe needed a rule or something like that if you don't have it it's on you you flunk and teaches Hello pages grammar personal response. I know that but that's that was how we were taught you don't have today. You're getting enough. That's all there is to it. Who would collect pencils left behind the end of the year a little stubs or whatever you could pick through the box of debris if you have no stub box in chicago. You didn't have a pencil you got thrown in the river. You deserve was for us. We had some teachers word and -joyed that off they loved it they would make a big spectacle of it. It was usually be stuck in. Oh yeah i know that. Emily swazi mcguire showed up with all the proper utensils and tools about that. That's right you're always prepared Swale pouch in my backpack that was specifically for writing instruments and a small ruler and paris. Israel's and that's where you kept it So there you go and when you were at home you grab a few toss him in there so you were never. There's never a dearth of writing. Instruments in my backpack was always prepared. But i wrote sometimes. It didn't make sense. But i i was able to write park bergen. Okay reports that eastbound fettuccini.

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"swale" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"He really He's helped me become a fairly mediocre photographer. Which is great. Since i started terrible. Thank you chris. Leo laporte the all the way up to mediocre i. There's just tape at a last second all the way up from from so Thank you chris. I'm just I'm gonna looking at a new photo. Sharing app called glass. It's invite only last. I am on are you there. I was gonna ask. Yes i am for you gary. You're it's a lot. Yeah so are you. Just i guess you can search by people's names which is the other thing. I really like just yard. Chris markwort look at that. And here's your follow. Leo laporte and i just like you avatar like for a while. I had a painting of john. Wayne is my avatar so oh look there. You are up in the plane. Look at that with your iphone at that was from yesterday. Nice using fancy. I have any more geez. I think i think the majority of the photos the black and white photos that are on there. I think mostly iphone agenda amazing. Look that so okay. yeah. I think all of them are just beautiful couple couple or not. But i'll leave that to you to find out which ones this. I love this one. That's really cool. Yeah now that was straight out of the front window. There's a little comments. You don't really see it but It's really neat and of course stuff from swale bard. Is that the boat. You guys go. Wow i know that was just a charged for another iphone ten. Our picture look at that. So you tend to make your iphone photos Black and white another. It's a blanket. What phase them in right now especially black and white. In fact. I pretty much follow everybody. I see who does black and white photos. I fall and just love Me they gave pictures of of purity. So i think they're good fit for the glass For the class interface..

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Is Democrat-Led California Running Our Country?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Is Democrat-Led California Running Our Country?

"California's running our country. Nancy pelosi speaker of the house. Adam schiff is out of the house intel committee eric. Swale well is acting like the sultan of brunei shirtless and a foreign middle eastern country with slaves around him and some sort of country. That's awful for free speech protections. We have camera harris vice president. United states menlo park has google facebook and twitter all headquartered there. California runs the whole country. And you're trying to tell me that if republicans can't win back the governor's mansion in california that you can't take back the house of the senate.

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"swale" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"People who can work anywhere. Move to cheaper places that puts the squeeze on people in those places who can't work anywhere some of that can't be avoided and a lot of these are places that are still growing and will be able to accommodate that overtime so much in this country. It's all focused on the most affluent. Twenty five percent or so of americans. Because they're the ones who are subscribing to the various media properties that report about it and they make more noise and they just have all this market power. That's this week on. Why is this happening. Search for wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribe republican cars when mo brooks of alabama has continuously denounced the investigation into the january six attack on the capital which he urged to happen. Congressman brooks has said. He didn't believe the riot would turn violent but yesterday he told a reporter that he actually was tipped off about potential violence. He says and he also said. I was worn on monday that there might be risks associated with the next few days meaning that that week in january january sixth and as a consequence of those warnings i did not go to my condo. Instead i slept on the floor of my office. And when i gave my speech at the lips that was at the trump rally. I was wearing body armor. That's why i was wearing that. Nice little windbreaker to cover up the body armor and now just twenty four hours after receiving a lot of comment about his wearing body armor blue at on the day. That the trump bob became so violent mo brooks has amended revised his remarks for wearing the body armor by telling us reported that he'll often wears body armor his wife has wanted him to wear body armor because he has been threatened before he said. You take the necessary precautions. Much like you might bring an umbrella when it's raining ours. From brooks is being sued by congressman. Eric swale well who has accused of inciting violence at the capitol that day by urging the protesters to start quote. Start taking down names and kicking ass which they certainly did try to do. Harassment brooks sought to dismiss the case against him arguing. He is immune from liability under a law known as the westfall act which protects federal officials acting within the scope of their employment. This week the department of justice rejected that notion that cars from brooks was acting in his official capacity and refused to defend him in court saying the record indicates that brooks's appearance at the january. Six rally was campaign activity and it is no part of the business of the united states to pick sides among candidates in federal elections in addition complaint alleges that brooks engaged in conduct that if proven would plainly fall outside the scope of employment for an officer or employee of the united states conspiring to prevent the lawful certification of the twenty twenty election and to injure members of congress and inciting the riot at the capital alleged action to attack. Congress and disrupted official function is not conduct. A member of congress is employed to perform joining discussion. Now laurence tribe university professor constitutional law merida's at harvard law school. He has one for five cases in the united states. Supreme court professor tribe. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. The justice department's decision on the brooks case Does that have any impact on how they might approach. Donald trump as a civil defendant in the same kind of loss. It certainly does lawrence the justice department brief not only said that it is not part of the job of any congress person to attack. Congress to incite insurrection. It pointedly said it's no part of any federal employees job to.

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"swale" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Shape emotionally that kind of various on the time. In the moment you know Coming here to the olympics in being the head star of the olympics is not an easy feat. so we're just trying to take it one day at a time and we'll see so byles withdrew from the team. Finals in fact probably helped her team which won the silver metal. she announced. You will not be competing tomorrow. Individual all round competition because of this mental health issue. A lot of people including myself are disappointed. You will not be competing but also feeling empathy for her because well. She's an incredible figure and obviously she's in distress or she wouldn't be doing this for others. Just another opportunity to find a way to mock and ridicule and to monetize. Someone's pain in a moment of weakness broke broadcast all over of the world. We are raising a generation of week. People like simone biles again if you want to be if she got all these mental health problems don't show up. She's an incredible athlete. Of course she's an incredible athlete. I'm not saying. I just said she's probably the greatest gymnast of all time. She's also very selfish. She's immature and she is ashamed to the country. She's totally a sociopath is talking about week. People week people right. There is little about that rant. Surprising i mean conservatives understand. Their bread is buttered so they love nothing more than a rail against prominent black people and try them down because their audience eats that up. I wonder why. I was not surprised honestly by the mocking of police officers that we saw. Although it's a little surprising in some ways you think about it but when you build a political movement whose emotional core is transgression and cruelty ultimately. No one is safe from that kind of treatment. Ask hugh hewitt so what kind of governance will that lead to the next time that these folks. Get power congressman. Eric swale. well is a democrat from california who some republicans are trying to raise the heroism. The police officers defended the cap on january six and he joins me now. I wonder what your responses or your reaction is sort of watching The you know the scorn being heaped on these four individuals who came before the committee. Yesterday it's hard to watch chris. I'm someone who.

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"swale" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Is the split just out. You've gotta get it. I have decided. I'm going to write a fiction book for the first time in my life. I've done three nonfiction books. And i can't wait to smuggle in under different guises my buddies into those books. Have you done any of that in the split. Oh man i've got more ether Thinner the white house. Easter egg hunt in this thing. I've tried to make the real world. So i have a bunch of my friends. Make appearances people. Maybe adversaries eric swale. Well may call in point. President soi presidents will might see boot. Attach yet know this. Is these things happen. But but i think of course you know noted national radio hosts may actually pick up a rifle engaged. Communists who knows. There's only one way to find out or the book. Read the split doing right now and follow him on twitter coach kurt with a k. Okay you ruin my moods by mentioning. It'll stealthy boy. I'm gonna ruin yours. What goes around comes around. I've got a little twelve second cup. That i need to comment on. Its from somebody who Is searching for white supremacists in the us military. He's the secretary of defense kat. Seven chairman for a long time We fought together. We served a couple of times in the in the same unit side. I'm not guessing at his character. He doesn't have political bone in his body so lloyd. Austin is standing up for mark. Milley your comments kennel k. Doesn't have bubble but that bounced around this guy's done more damage to civil military relations in the last six months then anyone's done in two hundred fifty years including douglas arthur. It is a these guys are a disaster. The military is a disaster right down. Here's my question. Dr or i have a number of years. A big one. If the military is a seething friend of white supremacy i would blame. The guys. don't hang on. We lost you there for a second. Hang on a second. I need to hear the end of that sentence. If the us military is seething coldren of white supremacy. Then then who's responsible. I would say probably the guys at the four stars white milly austin. They built it. It's their fault if it's broken but you know i don't believe it's broken. I don't believe it for a second. I believe they are responding and catering to a political patrons of the last who stayed who they are going to make them. Secure their sinecures. I can't wait for our next president. Who come in and fire the whole lot of them. And all i ask. All i would like to do is be the guy who goes to the pentagon sits down with the generals and says so general. What would you say you do hear. Hey i can. I do that with you. Sure all right. I think that'd be a fun job. Asking the four stars the stars so when you're not recommending abraham kennedy's racist books to read. Well what is that. You actually do give powerpoint which you. What a great question. He's the author of the split. It's out get it now. Getting the rest of them coach..

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"swale" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Three thirty seven. Paul would you like to speak about this at all Obviously i didn't pick the best team. I could have picked you saw. I would like to wonder what the hell happened. Because you had the entire gamut of riders to pick from thank you yeah I picked the wrong. What i don't know what you want me to say. I thank the week before. So i could pick from the entire list. I tried my hardest. I watched practice and Yeah that's the team. I picked so i don't know what i don't know what else i can say. Jt is leading twenty-one ten. He's not that far ahead. A march twenty two thousand and seventy nine for marks. Dan is next nineteen seventy-three eighteen thirty one and paul. Will you skip skip a week. You're fourteen seventy seven on the on the year southwick results thirty. Six percent of people picked up to fifty first of the finish line out of that thirty six percent. How many pick justin cooper paul would you say it would probably be like twenty eight percent because only eight point five percent. Got it correct. Yeah i picked. Justin cooper and so rj hamsphire angelique swale. Thirty three percent of people. Pick the four guy. Twenty one percent got it right and for that class it was forever and canning. They probably most people pick kenny. I got them both wrong. I went and cooper. So that sucks harrington james harrington dan truman's own james harrington number one score one hundred points on the day styles robertson eighty joseph tate eighty pin pin coast pinnacles how he was an amateur man. It it's like the one of the world's four branding. Sheer seventy colton nichols sixty eight. Caleb russell sixty six. I went with brandon cheer. I thought he would be shaped. He did really well last week. He's an older guy brandon seventy points. Thank you brandon sheer we. Can we talk about that. I don't. I'm almost positive that it's not share. Because there's not an either. I don't know if it's sharer or yes. I'm almost positive it's not share okay. But it's the third way you just said it. Jt shar shar okay. I sponsored him for a while. When i was at answer pro years ago. I know him a little bit. Oh god believe. He pronounces shara sure. Well there's an a there there. There's not an easter definitely. Not sure all right well whatever. Yeah okay. I'm just i'm just join and we're talking about the guy for a long time kid right. Good good job to him seventy points. I picked caleb. Russell pulled into the mechanics area lab to the first moto for a shift or change and i was dreading it and he got himself in a double points. Thank you caleb russell. His reward was a phone call from dacosta before the race. Asking him if he doesn't get better results getting fired. I had rj hampshire and that was a thrill ride. Forty-seven points are so good job for rj. My last guy was the guy crushed for jt. Last weekend dylan schwartz. He's in shape. We've seen that. He moves forward all of that stuff. Eight points for dylan not not great. Jt who had it really strong team tv team. Especially i had south robertson at eighty..

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"swale" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Persuading them not going do it. all right. and then they're the people who just don't know what's going on. I'm telling you there are so many more of these people than we think. They just don't know what's happening. That was the reason that the covert epidemic spread so quickly in the beginning because people just didn't get it they weren't listening. Do you know how many people i know and you know him to. They don't know anything. There's no information flow coming into them from the outside world. Now you guys are motivated. I mean you're here watching me on bill o'reilly dot com your premium member. 'cause here's remember watching on i listen. Wbz radio these are information vehicles. And you want information all right. There's so many people who never do that. Never and that's what's going on in la there's a subculture people. Just go back allen. Oh i have to. Where do i go. What do i do. I don't wanna go there. I don't i now if you are vaccinated. You're protected from those people. But if you're not then there's a good chance you're gonna get cove it so that's what's going on there now. I told you that. I thought that they should cancel the tokyo olympics and they begin on july twenty third coming right up. Was that of a week. No let's each about two weeks so wednesday of this week. Athletes arrive now. Japan sophisticated country. Right right i mean. They have all the labs. They defeated godzilla. Eighteen times You know nobody's axed. Why have a fifteen percent fifteen percents. They're locked down over. There is disease all over the place all athletes from all over the world going in. And you don't have to be axed new. Olympic committee says we're not going to force you to show of acts card. Gotta get tested. But you know to be now. This is going to lead to disaster. Even though zambia spectators keeping these these in a bubble you know people. Are they going to be out. So what a disaster. This is going to be you. Mark my words and who's going to be competition. I just can't even imagine. I hope i'm wrong and if i am i'll tell you i'm wrong. So the olympics are july twenty third to august. It's all about money. Global big nbc money worldwide rights. That's why it's happening. Why didn't you just put it to act summer. Then eighty percent japanese will be taxed because we have to give it to them. Us to give it the vast everybody. They can't develop it on their own. Gee i wonder how trump got that done. You'll find out in the history tour. Okay so i've been very hard on the media. Because i think the media is corrupting influence in this country and a destructive influence other commentators have well mostly on the right now local news media and some nationals as well are getting threaten now. Do i feel bad. I'm going to answer that. Question at the end of the segment so tv crews are increasingly threatened with violence by civilians when they go out to cover stories. Eighty six percent of local news directors have changed newsroom procedures to protect their employees eighty six percent and some of them have given their journalists. Bulletproof vests so. I did local news for a long time. All right. i remember getting attacked on a number of occasions in new york city. I was standing on top of live truck. Doing a live shot when the rolling stones were in town at madison square garden people throwing rocks and bottles. Maybe they didn't like me but was it was pretty intense. I've been through this. And i'm aiming to get into. What i went through overseas was really bad. Then it was guns and stuff but here a raleigh north carolina. Tv reporter got out of a car to do a stand up. Guy sold his car in san francisco. They stole event this. You'll anything in san francisco and they were aren't guys. Had guns took the van. The news van from the crew in miami beach when they were unruly crowds. You might remember spring. break cove at all that. There were some people in the crowd who physically pushed and shoved and punched miami tv reports. So now there's been a bill introduced by the very liberal congresswoman men. Eric swale well who says that he wants a law. Federal crime to intentionally intimidate or cause bodily harm to a journalist federal law. I don't think we need that. I think the state and locals have the local laws that they'd just have to enforce. But i thought you'd like to know what was going on. So what are you doing this summer. Vacation time what are you going to do. I'm like mr vacation advice by the way i've been everywhere. So if you want vacation advice just write me a letter and if you're concierge member i'll i'll set you up anyway. So richard branson ease the virgin guy a billionaire. He's got a an outfit called virgin galactic so he goes fifty four miles up into space. Okay why i asked. My crew said why. Why do you wanna go fifty four miles in space. And here's the reason you ready number one. You are able to see the darkness of space. Oh right number two. You can look down at planet earth and see the curvature of the round planet And third you experience no gravity. You unbuckle your seatbelt. You kind of float around all right. That's it too dark. you can see earth. I guess a little telescope or something you can see it and then you can float around two hundred and fifty thousand bucks so branson's already already taken orders for this now. This is a rumor but already on the list. Are leo dicaprio. Tom hangs brad pitt angelina. Jolie although they can't go together because it'd be into galactic warfare if those two go together russell brand lady gaga katy. Perry justin bieber and ashton coached. This rumor that they booked they want to go up and spend two hundred fifty thousand to look into darkness..

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"swale" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"You know. There's all this obvious poxy right in front of you so it just doesn't seem i don't know judge not lest gb judge ej. I i my prayers are going in the same direction. You smart okay. So each you've also written about we're all looking at the justice department right now and and how the justice department moves forward looking at the trump administration but also coming out of the trump administration and more continues to come out about the trump administration and what it was doing most recently emails wanting to investigate what how people reporters and such. I mean there was a lot of influence happening that was crossing boundaries. It seems between the justice department and the white house. So can you untangle for us how we look at this and especially because it is so politically entwined in so many people want you know. There are some people who just wanted to see. Move forward as a country and not look back others. Want to see some major interrogation if not indictment of the president. So where does doj sitting all of this. So let me get my answer with the disclosure. Which is. I'm a big fan. America orleans and i wrote a column saying he was the right choice for biden. I've known him forever. And i wrote a column recently which was saying. I get exactly what merrick garland is trying to do. Which is he's trying to go out of his way not to make any decision. That looks like a political or politicized. Decision you know even when it means Supporting some of the things. That trump justice department. Did i get what he's trying to do. But my own view and it was kind of a you know a column written out of respect saying if you really want to politicized that department there are steps you need to take you know i would prefer for the department of to relief. That memo that with bar wrote That short of explained really would expose as the judge in the case said that The way are dealt with the mullahs. Report was not a completely above board. I think that they should look very carefully at the crisis that brought this about was You know the fact that it turned out that the trump administration was investigating a league. Best got all the phone records of two of their sharpest critics on the intelligence committee. Adam schiff and eric swale well I think that you really have to go back and undo the old politicization if you wanna move forward and politicize department and there were signs. Actually that garland has been responding to some of these arguments That you can't just pretend that trump didn't happen. I think you need to deal with trump's if we're going to move the on trump garland is giving some signals that he's moving some in that direction and i think The justice department just has to do some of that each really have about a minute left but but quickly. Can you tell us you talked about. The in pro. Democracy coalition's defeat. Trump is impossible the sense of urgency. We need and the beaufort the proper sense of alarm about the danger..

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'You Are Being Evasive': Questioning of FBI Director Gets Contentious

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:46 min | 1 year ago

'You Are Being Evasive': Questioning of FBI Director Gets Contentious

"A house hearing today. Carson raja krishnamoorthi asked fbi director christopher ray about the subpoenas of the phone records of congressman. Adam schiff and congressman. Eric swale well by the trump justice department. The league hunt began when the fbi sent a subpoena to apple in february twenty eighteen. You don't dispute that report correct. I really can't discuss civic investigation. don't want to get out in front. The justice department on this in a really best director and the fbi interviewed witnesses and connection with this leak investigation. Correct again sir. i. I really can't discuss any specific investigation. I'm not asking you to discuss any specifics of the investigation. But the fbi was involved with these investigations. Correct when there are leak investigations. Typically the fbi is the investigative age good. That's the that's what we thought. The fbi was involved with this investigation. Now sir and this is during the time that you are the fbi director. Did you ever discuss the apple. Subpoenas with jeff sessions congressman. I understand the question. I really don't wanna get out of the justice department on this as you know the you're just being asked a simple. Yes or no question. Did you discuss the leak. Investigation with jeff sessions congressman again respectfully. I'm not trying to be difficult here but the inspector general has been asked to look into this. I have a very good being evasive keyser. Yes or no questions or you're under oath either. Yes or no simple questions that we need to get to the bottom of

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"swale" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"swale" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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The Voice Layer - Jan Knig, Jovo

The Voice Tech Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

The Voice Layer - Jan Knig, Jovo

"We covered the languages NC said it was type script or the judge. Javascript side, but you have to be a program code to be able to use Java what level of technical skills you need to be able to run the high walls, and then be able to actually deploy an application. Development Framework, so it's definitely built for developers, professional teams of developers, but what we're also seeing settled a lot of the. Beginners are using Joe's while to get started because like it's. Our hellawell example is pretty easy to set up. Just have to install one or two things. He just run the code in. That's it and then you can go from there and so I think for anyone who wants to get started with development. I think it's a good first thing to do because like when you're building a rapper mobile APP for example of many many different things to take care about. The officials. You have a back end fronton all of that. With the voice at least getting started as little easier like you get to your first halo worlds more quickly so I think the swipe. Many development beginners are are using for building by SAS right right well I was sent to simply because of the efficiency that you could just learned one one language and deploy to all the platforms as opposed to think well if I doubt on Alexa, then while by all the good L-, assistant uses, and then what about when he comes along I. Am I gonNa Learn all about as. Just. An individual, so there's definitely inefficiency on a scale element to it. US A rundown of the different components than the things that make up the job. Oh, framework, and the interaction model. Like wasn't a simulator or deep Bugah could give us a rundown to some of the components a lot of people when you think of Jogo. They really think mostly about the cross platform. What you mentioned that deploy ones or built wants to deploy everywhere component. That's one thing that we really focused a lot them to develop proficiency on building tools for professional teams to build great vice experiences so much we offer is a local development environment. For example. You don't have to upload your co to serve all the time to build experience. You can cut it on your computer. Computer, we have a debater which is digital browser based tool where you can test your Alexa Skill Google accidents on without talking to your device all the time than we have what you mentioned. The language model that that's also one thing I don't know how deep every when if you're. Listeners is into like the whole voice APP Alexa Skill Development, and so on, but on Alexa von Interaction model for like the speech recognition into natural language understanding, and for Google assistance use a service like dialogue flow for natural language understanding the problem. There is when you building for different. Platforms also have to maintain a language models in different places. What we offer is we offer the JOE language model which can be maintained. And then translated into, Alexandra tracks model into Donald. Floyd, we also like all analyst services that we support the Swale, and that's how we want to make that part easier while and then other stuff like staging with a unit testing framework, a lot of things stoute's help developers in setting up the right processes and deploying their vice experiences to different providers, and so that's really interesting as a recap. Mind standing because you've got the input. You've got the logic and you've got the response. Response you can handle all of that locally as if you had the Amazon. Says running on your own computer, so you can actually make requests and have a response. If it was Amazon Alexa, and then at the same time you could do the same full assistance you have. All of these phones loco dude have to make making these calls out. You'd have to worry about any kind of fees deployments. All of that kind of stuff that takes time by using these the party platform. Very useful speeds up development massively and you mentioned that the D. Bugger as well, but nowadays these platforms have ap visual interface, some kind of screen multi. Involved! Can you do all of that as well locally? Can you stimulate the response back and forth on the visual side who did so with the old hard to call again before it was like the display interface on Alexa order to render templates, we simulated or emulated these interfaces. The problem was with a p. l. guts Soubra complicated tractors Lebed's right now like even the Alexa developer Konzale. Kendra late trust the AP L. stuff that's displayed their into browser, and so what we typically recommend this to relate. It's painful, but to really test on on every device of. Before you, sit it

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Is Copying a Shameless Tactic?

Marketing School

06:19 min | 3 years ago

Is Copying a Shameless Tactic?

"I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to top talk of Valla Tornado going to talk about it. We're GONNA talk about well if copying is a shameless tactics of what do we mean by this. Exactly we're talking about Copying Neil. Yes Oh in marketing marketing. Your competition is doing something or other people in your industry even if they're not your competition they're doing something to grow their traffic to go. There leads to grow their sales now. The question Shen is if you copy what they're doing. Is that a bad thing. Or is that a good thing and a prime example of this is Eric. I've done it as well many times. uh-huh but Eric. Recently I talked about one of his new features on click flow and I submitted a product top and his new feature tells you if your content is decaying in other words is you're getting less and less traffic over time and what you should do to fix it and best of all the feature is one hundred percent free correct hundred percent free so one of the comments that someone left was. Hey you're copying us. This isn't cool. Some people got website. Most people didn't really care about some people got upset. Some people said I was copying even though I submitted Eric's Url and it wasn't my company the hot air to respond those funny funny enough. Some of them even hit up people on my team being like this and they're like this isn't Neil Company in their dislike. Sure it isn't okay. Sounds but in general you know is it okay or not and before before I answer that and I would. I'd love to answer before you Eric because usually I want you to break down. What was your logic behind doing this? So we launched a feature recalled content decay for click flow and basically the way we saw was that it's a feature so wanna give credit where credit is due. There's a content marketing agency called animals and they launched a they launched it on product called revive the last couple of months ago. Now here's how I saw it my logic behind. This is what I look at facebook and facebook has. The instagram has stories. FACEBOOK has stories right. They have to get the stories feature from they got up from snap. And so when I look at this I'm like okay. This is a good feature. It's a nice little lead magnet that we can use premium to get leads to drive into our software which fundamentally is not competitive with animals at all they might use it to drive leads for their content marketing agency but we have an entire software suite with a bunch of different features the testing. I'm not even GONNA go into all features but that's why the way I explain it when one guy came in I said look they have a really good feature and where we're using it to basically generate leads obviously to toll the US news but fundamentally were not competitive at all versus when you look at like a facebook copying snap that is they are competitive and they are copying but even in that scenario Ariel My personal opinion. But I guess I'M GONNA turn it over to you to answer first and then I'll give my thoughts on it because I think you wanted to answer i. So that's my logic behind it and turn it over to you. The reason I want an answer I guess is you who got the negative press for. I got some swale even though it wasn't me but the reason on answer. I is a want to give my neutral troll viewpoint on this no matter what business. You're in someone's GonNa copy a question of when you look at all these venture backed companies people copy each other. Google isn't the only player in around you know there's being who tries to copy their features. facebook tries to copy snap. Apple will copy whoever else. This is out there like Samsung. The list goes on and on and this is just the reality of the world that we're in now in most cases in marketing. You're seeing people copy things he's like all you're doing sem Seo or paper click or hey you're doing e books Ahmadou e-books or you did one on this topic I'm GonNa do at are you. Did a conference around inbound marketing marketing ominous do my own inbound marketing conference and as I mentioned the list goes on and on no eric did was he did that. What the software feature? That's not as common but it'll become more and more common. You see the bigger companies do that and I know they weren't happy with him doing so but the reality is Eric's not going to be the first. I've done this as well. I'm not saying this is great. And everyone should do. I'm saying this is the reality of the environment wherein if your competitors are doing something that's amazing that other other people love you better start doing it too or else your users are all going to go to your competitors and events. You're going to be out of business. It sucks but it's the reality whether whether you like it or not so when you think about copying it's not about hey is it cool or not. It's the reality is consumers. Don't care about the company Buzney as much as they did before what they really care about is experienced the price are they getting all the features that they want. And if you don't provide it someone else's and if someone else's and you're not you have no choice but to add it in. Yeah I mean that's well said the last part you said about the customer experience that's ultimately what you're trying to do. You're trying to. You're trying to help your customers now. Let's take it on a much bigger scale. Let's look at Amazon now. Here's people are complaining about this right now. Amazon is using the data that they have and their copy. A lot of people they copied Alberto products are copying a ton of different products. Right now because they know what works. What doesn't work now? Would you say that shameless. Some people might say shameless. Because it's hurting them or some people you might not like. Jeff bezos Amazon. But you know what tough luck. That's what happens and same thing with when I look at this podcast. A lot of stuff that Neil Ni- share. Guess what want. Sometimes I'll mention something or neil might mention something and it actually hurts. Someone's entire business. Because we reveal the niche dot. They're in at everyone starts copying right so copying is is. What does that quote neal is that I think it's something about Picasso? Great Artists Steal and nothing goes steel. Right but I'm saying if you're going to copy do something ethically and don't try to in my scenario. 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Here's the Line-Up for the 1st Democratic Debates

Business Beware

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Here's the Line-Up for the 1st Democratic Debates

"Tonight is the first of two democratic candidate debates in miami ten of them will appear tonight including senators elizabeth warren cory booker an emmy clover tar as well as new york city mayor built abroad vio former texas congressman federal aurora and former hud secretary julian castro each of them has just sixty seconds to answer and thirty seconds to follow up tomorrow night we'll feature joe biden bernie sanders pete footage come lajos and eric swale well

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Eric Swale, South Bend And Officer discussed on Jon Caldara

Jon Caldara

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Eric Swale, South Bend And Officer discussed on Jon Caldara

"Two Democrats. It was a day for big announcements p budgets, the married openly gay mayor of south bend, Indiana, making it official. He is running for president saying, yeah, he gets it. Doing this as a midwestern Baleno, man. A little bold age thirty seven to seek the highest office in the land. But a judge ruled scholar who speaks seven languages. He's also a former navy intelligence officer who served in Afghanistan, thirty eight year old four term, California, congressman Eric swale, well acknowledging he doesn't have name recognition, but he is running to discourage me. It may discourage you doesn't I've got you.

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 ‘We’re talking’: McConnell and Schumer attempt to defuse shutdown

America in the Morning

03:40 min | 4 years ago

‘We’re talking’: McConnell and Schumer attempt to defuse shutdown

"Government would reopen. The congress would go it with the White House and reach a deal to end the impasse over the border wall. Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, one of the leaders of the group says it represents a milestone for the first time in thirty four days. You've had a bipartisan group of senators coming together. The other leader is Maryland democrat, Ben Cardin, we are committed to working together to come up with a bipartisan proposal for border security in this country Graham who says he spoke to the president about this bipartisan efforts as Democrats probably could come away with some wins. You aren't eight hundred million dollars for refugee assistance. You'll get it. We all need more judges two hundred and fifty more border patrol agents on the border would be good for assault. But Graham, says the agreement also will have to include something else money for barrier is required to get this deal done Graham says he does not believe it will be a concrete wall. But rather a combination of border security measures, which in some cases might be fencing and others more border patrol agents or other enhancements the Senate is back at work today. So as the working group whether they can move the ball down the field at all remains to be seen. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's eleven past President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, and the Senate intelligence committee have agreed on February twelve interview date. The panel subpoenaed Cohen after he postponed his scheduled testimony in front of the house oversight committee, citing threats from the president, California, congressman, Eric swollen. Well, is urging Cohen to share his story before he heads to prison if I can address Michael Cohen. I I would tell him is someone who's talked to witnesses who have broken away from gangs before you know, one yet to protect. Yourself as well to be smart about that. In two you've already done the hard part. You've come forward you've broken away. You've given your account don't allow a paper tiger to bully you. And also, the the message that you sent to other witnesses with their courage can be very helpful in an investigation, California. Democratic Representative Eric's swale will Cohen will head to prison March sixth. It's twelve passed up next on America in the morning. The pope at World Youth Day

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Box Office: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Has Exceptionally Strong Second Weekend, ‘Happytime Murders’ Flops

Community Matters

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Box Office: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Has Exceptionally Strong Second Weekend, ‘Happytime Murders’ Flops

"More talk among Democrats of, the possible. Impeachment of President Trump the discussion follows court outcomes connected with former Trump, campaign chairman Paul Manafort and, the president's. Former, attorney Michael Cohen the Manafort and Cohen. Cases have renewed impeachment talk. Among some in congress but. House Judiciary committee member Eric swale well a democrat said on.

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