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"telephone co." Discussed on KCRW
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"telephone co." Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"Outside of the bar he disappeared from the such. Josh continued for weeks but there was no sign of him and no leads to follow. It was to before long months until he was found on ninety seconds. Two thousand eight days in hudson river in a coke sake area about twenty miles away. The police determine very good today that he was the victim of an accidental drowning. Another appear to be no signs of foul play. Please cut tim. Wilson said his body showed no signs of a struggle. He was wearing the same casual clothes he disappeared in and it's one tonight was still on him. His father of course was not to with this railing of an accidental drowning. He wants to know another one tops. John employed the services of an internationally renowned forensic pathologist could talk to asian. He proceeded to carry out his findings however fully corroborated Topsy results first county coroner. In other words he to found you to be a tragic case of accident drowning consistent with those of the first autopsy doctor being found no evidence of any injury or any sign of a struggle finance. With of course we can say the surely suspicious that business sign of a struggle. Because when john's even if they all drum the survival instinct kicks in and they automatically fight for air and that can be seen in autopsies. Voting did out however got the investigation as to whether he fell in or whether he was pushed in or thrown in by others as a police investigation matter. He said the autopsy findings biggest same pace in other words. The pathologists could find no signs of suspicious activity because he was looking at the body nasha the second census surrounding how josh came to be in the river and his implication by making a statement. Is that the metro ended up in the river would be the police to investigate. Hey saying that the coast of death does not explain how a why he ended up. Dying of accident also didn't explain why on the one university of josh's death when his parents returned from visiting his grave they found a message on the wrong side when they listen to it. It was there some quite his mouth. This was told to me by the federal relation whose collected case falls on this merger and news west closely with the victim's father. The message had been prerecorded of course. Because there's so much now dead someone that's more than one have made that recording while there's some western alive which would obviously mean. He did not walk away from that bar and fall into the river on his side. He was still alive when that recording was made that he had to have been held somewhere against this well. In the most horrifying circumstances his killers took pleasure in making that recording his collusion. Joyce edging that. According to his parents with retired federal agent his name he was holding has wetland josh's father ever since the jeopardy's son and he told me they chased the telephone co. mejia's parents on the one year anniversary of their son's death in which she's crying. So chuck and company in the heartlands. Larry andries fadul thousand head. Patrick mcneil was found out hit Pollution plant chris. To larry joe. She's parents who said to seven thousand head after their son was found dead. Who's left on their doorstep in the egyptian system of hieroglyphics the symbolizes code night and facilitate the realm of the jets son which.
"telephone co." Discussed on KCRW
"There on the mother would get more ass and 20 paper after black on a tack you up on the boat that no smart lightweight. You bought him like Kolchak. Kind of like a wild card out of the top Trying to rob the poor man close to the comeback, like willing to shake holding the Black Cross had talked up on some skinny dude, Get out of 26 looks so pretty check. Like he's trying to pin me for this little bit any rescue man, But I can't William. He's with the doom of that. Got you down right here. Get on my back. Jack. What's the matter with John Brown here in the castle, But I gotta tell me what's the password? Cuts were last word, You'll be the fast master Blackbird. Two. Your mother down, man. All right, and I'll be starting He's always on the other. End up dropping heat for yesterday was always never fade. No plague upon flake cake. Great shadow better than your top 10. And I haven't yet. I like to say, huh? Stop by tomorrow, Merlin that's quickly with a script like Ross early. Why on that bitch used to, with sterling seeing God told But never seeing ball early. My man had this little monkey like space told me myself on my plate without takes most known comes a Ramasar late, too. Actually, I'm not fully late. So hold who as to the use of the people here are confined to this house in the creepy horror telephone co star in the river drama, Right, Brad was Kenji 10 men in the Empire Awas So long, gunmen could fly close single handedly won I close, trusting the fly close No certain of a major city sack.
"telephone co." Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Crossover your into absolutely. I think we're as probably the most successful example currently. And i. I did think when adores season wrapped up that she had that potential as well because people just loved her that she had that charm. If you watch music videos that she's got that kind of that i mean. Yeah it's not historically completely out of place You can say boy george's is dragging and if you go into that area has been hates. Drag artists bainian mainstream pop since the seventies it'll be interesting to see when the uk drag race happens because so many of them are to a lot of them are like theater or something like that and then you're gonna drag if they start releasing singles and they are actually trained singers. Wonderful ripples girls who were perhaps not the best thing is. I must say though with the repeal songs said he releases i never liked the solo rupaul. I always like the one from the season to season when it has all of their versus. Probably because i associated with the showroom. That's really clever enough to do. But i think it will be interesting. Told me saying especially because the uk is so appreciative of camp There are a nation that kept goes allowed in the top ten little like a decade. The nation's the royal family that didn't get campaign that yeah it just doesn't seem like something unacceptable for the lads to be bopping along to yeah tessa drag race you k- you know like i. I think that will actually very interesting. Yes you i. I think that after all is said and done there is a lot of room like queen to come along and make some actual good music. Because i'm pretty sick of it being so substandard. Yeah any sort of talking ever. Yeah if i have to hear one more drag talk about how rich and famous When they're not old like you'll want to hear it anymore. I love and drag music. Always a fake telephone. Co. they're actually it's like Walk walk turn around bit. You're very like really both crap. If you notre wrapping out his wincing cringe yucky. Yeah i'd really generally speaking. I dislike it Not into it. What about each has absolutely here. We go can set. A spinoff is only other point is i. Don't know if anyone has ever like mashed it a piano with tape recorder and actually written out a song. Because it's actually just a lot of fucking fun to do your porn like even if you're not very good at it so i could of see the appeal of someone came to you and says it. Yeah yeah did you wanna make a song. It is so much actually Sing along and you know the problem. I guess it would about is that it's being inflicted upon millions via the internet. So that's a bit of a shame. I have some types. I'm selling them at the live. Show the cop if anyone wants to buy some. But i should wrap up before i get carried away with the jazz music with karen and thank you. Everyone full supporting us by patriots fan. I guess i don't need to ask you to subscribe to that again. Yeah but maybe your subscription and tell your friends about jack close.
"telephone co." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Go ahead, Allison. Oh, I just had one more question for Alan. How our school district's handling it when a teacher or students tested positive for the virus. Are they closing schools? Do they do contact thing? But, yeah, that's a great question. And there, you're using their local health departments to help with the process, and they're looking at numbers and percentages and for the most case say here in Tennessee and other districts we worked with across the United States if it's above 20% of the school that was a contract or or exposure will probably shut the school down for a time period for quarantine. But if it's class by class under 20%, they're going to do probably Cem quarantines of those classrooms and those teachers, but they will not shut the whole entire system down. They shut the school down, and you're right. It's a mitigation plan, And I think that's been the toughest part for superintendents are our principles as they moved through this base, So Alan Pratt, this is a public school problem. Not a private school problem. You know, I can't. I mean, were we deal with public schools? So I don't I'm assuming private schools have the same issues. We don't currently have members at a private school. Simply because we're the majority of, say, 99% of our district's are a public school. So that's what we deal with. Have you put a dollar figure on what you would like to see when it comes to connectivity? You know, we're pushing. I know the Heroes Act that came out of the house side was, I think four billion for the FCC to create some flexibility but also for home subsidies for home Internet connectivity. I think that's kind of we're pushing along the same lines as everyone else for this for help and connectivity way also believe you know it's going to take federal, state and regional local help T kind of solve this, and we also believe to this is goingto phase into what we look at from the twenties and thirties on electricity and electrical co ops and getting electricity to all parts of rule America. I think this is the same approach is going to be needed to Connect all of our schools and all of our homes and rule America. So this is a federal state local funding issue. I think it's across the board and I really think it's got to be driven by obviously, by federal dollars and to incentivize this movement to allow. You know the run the last mile or allow the connection connectivity to reach all areas of the country just makes us a stronger country when we're all connected, and I think that's the best part. Of if you're looking for a bright spot is this was really really highlighted the need for connectivity to be connected to issue to be resolved and I really think coming out of this, we're going. It's going really changed the look and the dynamics of a lot of rule communities and a positive if we can get the connectivity issue resolved Well, you just happened to be in Chattanooga. Chattanooga has been kind of a leader when it comes to connectivity hasn't The Electric Power board in downtown Chattanooga has were the gig City. I think we're one of the first cities in America to be a big city, and they're spreading the connection to a lot of rules, Cooperative's electrical or operatives, So I think that has been a positive. I know the little community. I live in London, South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, and we have the Kouachi Valley Electric co op and there now providing thiss the broadband Internet connectivity through our region, and a lot of that comes from the USDA. Federal dollars in grants but also local money and, of course, state money. So we're going to a federal, state and local effort. I think all three of those are in play when you're looking at some of these places mean connected on the USDA announced today $10 million Tio, Tennessee for Rule connectivity came out this morning, so they had a press release so that it's spreading across the state. Well, joining us now from North Dakota is David Brothers. He is the executive director of the Broadband Association. Of North Dakota and North Dakota. When it comes to connectivity, Mr Caruthers has been a success story. Is that correct? It really has been. Thank you. Ah, it's a pleasure joining you, the North Dakota, which is served almost overwhelmingly by locally owned providers. Stir some 96% of the state. And so what we have here in North Dakota is a situation where those companies invest in themselves. They invest in their communities in the infrastructure and the customers that that those locally owned companies serve. In fact, Mr Practice mentioned the Chattanooga being a gay community. North Dakota has 300 rural gate community. And Mr Crothers, you You've emphasized the locally owned aspect of these private companies. Is that correct? What's important, Really? What they are point are the telephone co operatives in a majority of cases in minutes 46, 7 16 and all That have evolved into beings state of the art broadband providers. Nobody's inference. Vision invoice Right now. Voice is just one of the application for that we use with broadband. And so these companies have evolved to meet the needs of the people that they served. And so what? We're not doing 300 rubles. 8 46 seconds because I don't think people understood how long a time that wass and people told me. They watched you Don't television. They've asked him to three minutes and I was tired of standing less No pressing your neon everybody's name and put that in the time it never really hits you. Wait a minute. This is a human be somebody's trout. That I'm squeezing the life out of when coming face to face with that at that corner was overwhelming to me, I say and and the other thing about that eight minutes and 46 seconds is the fact that the police officer had his hands in his pockets. So it was in broad daylight on a City street and he was seemingly nonchalant. About Lancelot didn't matter And later when I found out that you know when he was Collins was mother And I told Ben Crump when I come back, maybe a few days needed to do a few. As hey said the family wants to meet you because I talked to them on the phone and off alone as his brother. Oh, and I talked and did my television show. I said, you know, I want to meet this month. And then comes to his mother that somebody needed well. Today he was calling for his mother, He said That was what was the stranger was calling for a month, and it almost appeared near. Because he was calling for someone that he had no wasn't there, but it was like he didn't have anyone else to call. It was like Carlin, for who he probably called fall is like jazz, you know is someone has covered me off 30 years My mother was raised by come out of a friend home. I knew that feeling. I think that also brought it all back to the emotions. And the funeral because I know what it is called for mother because when nobody else would help. My mother was right. I felt that that's what George had yet as a son of Ah, a single mom is as well. That was the thing that that got me. It's that's your that's your person of last resort. When you're calling for your mama, there's no one else to turn to as result. Of the killing of George Floyd. We have seen I can't remember an incident that.
"telephone co." Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"And i may have it was a man and a woman and they may have on this telephone co. Oh talking about the things i love about. Their own lives about human existence itself at the end of that telephone code. I arranged to me after that first meeting. They got married. There's something beautiful about and i think on absolutely flabbergasted film has not been made of that story of you because i know seriously is true that is one hundred percent true and literally to catch is like they made a mixed tape for the universe and and fell in love during that process and i think there's something fucking beautiful about dave and i would just say can't you do diana in a film or something uh-huh amazing and i thought the idea of that would be beautiful yemen. I someone hasn't made that then would maybe we should flynn a talk filming filming. Maybe original. We know that's the way netflix shown us yeah and we've got a budget of about twelve pound fifty. We'll use iphones and staff. Sign is making a load of film. These i find it can be done so anyway if you can think of songs that you think should make great films or stories behind great songs songs that would make even better films again. Contact was on twitter at took filming today <music> john with it being clowns the focus of the review. I fall out do a clown. I am i. It's been a minute since donna donna game. I'm calling this. One down to clown is pretty simple. Basically omnitel you some famous bill been clowns or clowns from famous movies and you've got to get the film so i have. I said pennywise you would say it. I would have accepted it chapter one chapter not to t._v. Maybe but don't worry john wayne not that kind of podcast. I'll give it a point. I got prediction. I predict you might get one or two hours of this because actually what i will think about clowns now whenever thinks about the clowns name whatever fox to clown and this is my moment. I want to give them their time to shine or the character in the film. The character in the film are so i'm gonna give you the name of the clown character from a famous movie the guest the movie or daca say i'm not going to be burgled. If i hear any type in or any form of shenanigans going gone you will be sent to the naughty step of film twitter house. Grab it but oh ooh speak wish. I literally saw someone posting interesting up saying pay having our may for pirating movies today my reviews by can't afford to go to the cinema. Maybe poder my patriot. I could afford to go. It's just like don't work like that. You break the law the or a saying. I can't be good food critic because you guys won't you pay me to go to a mitchell installed restaurant anyway. We all start before i get on. I i'll start before i get hounded but anyway i say first one. This is a clown called captain. Spaulding captains boden <hes> so he's in rub zombie movies. I'm gonna give you the point for that matter. He has he's needed to at the moment and the third one is coming out there. He sued house of a thousand corpses and the devil's rejects and there's going to be another sequel coming out very soon commun-. I'm going to give you that man rob. Zombie movies is enough. I'll give you that idea got off to a star off to a good start ed. You're okay so next one. The violator violate lighter yes. There is a clown character called the violator it a client. If i'm moving people not notice film. We're gonna be screaming at right now. People that don't know we the token old horror horror action. I i have no idea gone is doc. I think darkhorse at dark horse comic book movie spawn remember <hes> leonine sees a revolutionary in terms of computer graphics great acting a- as well right spot spot man..
"telephone co." Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"For rules there. These very bitter liberal, his their hate showed. Lot aren't. Also, it's hard to say because I don't know the exact phrasing it misrepresented himself when he called in as well. Very angry hard, working guy successful kids instead of being grateful, and being happy. He's. Vituperative. Acidic. Bitter, angry rancorous hate filled because this is what is party requires of him. And it's all because Trump won the presidency. You know, Andy the presidency shouldn't really be that important, a part of your life. I mean, I know you idol worship people like Hillary Clinton for some inexplicable reason, in Barack Obama, who said he could slow the rise of the oceans and good stuff like that. But your party has done this to you and your brain disease. You're, you're, you're, you're overtaken by hatred, because your party requires it of you. And there you say your wife was a teacher, and you were grocery store union job, forty years since your kids to college. Now, they're doing very well, multi million dollar million dollar houses for both your kids. And the economy is booming. Your 4._0._1._K is booming your kids for oh one K's booming. That's actually what presidents are supposed to do. Not ISIS has been smashed. They're supposed to do that grew like a weed and country after country under Barack Obama genocide. Slaughtering people, the, you know, that's, that's all okay. Nearly doubled. The national debt from ten point six to about twenty trillion dollars. He maintained a kill list in the Oval Office targeted and assassinated. American citizens overseas that new process by more countries than any president since World War. Two and also use the IRS against his political enemies, unleash the FBI the Justice department and CIA against his political enemies, that's still coming to fruition and Andy a whole lot of your heroes are going to go to the penitentiary, pal. I've got some bad news and the economy is booming. It's just booming. And once he straightens out our trade with China, which is working on now. I know you're against fixing that because it would help working people that kind of people that work in grocery stores, and teachers, and people that have million dollar homes and the. Washington area. I know you don't look to help people because your party has turned you into a little hate machine. I don't know how to tell you, but you'll hate machine and it's, it's, it's pretty amazing. So the just wreck everything everything to waste, because you're bitter about Hillary losing. I'm kind of it's, it's sad. You've you've chosen to ruin your own life. I guess you watch MSNBC and CNN a lot in your your very ill informed your uninformed, you're ignorant. You're you're angry. You're bitter, you're a democrat. And really it's perfectly in keeping with, with your party and what your party requires of you, unfortunately, and this is why dinner table conversation across America is virtually impossible across the political aisle. It's why families can't gather for Christmas and Easter. I could play the audio of Josh Earnest's and, and good old. What's his name? The other White House spokesman for Obama talking about going home at Christmas. And getting in people's faces Obama getting in people's faces and, and the police acted. Stupidly, stupidly, Alabama made everything so much better. Didn't he? Because we weren't and you let me put this to you, Andy, you were not this hate filled before Obama came along, but this is what your party has done to the country because this is how they get out the vote, and I know you're going to be an enthusiastic voter next year. Just one of millions of bitter vicious angry people wallowing in hate. And, and I'm kind of sorry for you. I'm sorry, free speaking of which suspected illegal alien serial killer charged in killings of twelve elderly women. I know that this is okay. What the Democrats because they encourage more of this, an illegal alien from Kenya. There's an Obama connection there. I think isn't there was charged in Texas, this week for allegedly murdering eleven elderly women, which comes in addition to charges he faces from two thousand eighteen for allegedly murdering another elderly women, and for you Andy, that's a total of twelve that's eleven plus one. That's twelve because I know your math challenged I just heard a demonstration of the. Billy Chinon, mere forty six years old has been in the Dallas county jail since March of two thousand eighteen facing a capital murder charge in the death of eighty one year old Lou th-they, Harris. That's Asian l u second word TI Lou the Harris, the Dallas Morning News reported. Shamir a former healthcare worker, was indicted, this is Obama's healthcare system to was indicted, Tuesday, and six additional counts of capital murder in Dallas and five counts in Callans county Shimin mirror. Shamir has also been accused of trying to suffocate two other elderly women in Collin county. A list of the names is provided who is Kate Steinle Andy, who has Kate Steinle say the Democrats are on the side of MS thirteen. They're on the side of this guy, there on the side of bad things, bad things, and really it's all out of bitterness, and rancor anger. Let's go to let's go telephone. Call telephone co. Sure, let's do that. Let's go to. Let's go to Tom calling from Hampton, Virginia. Tom, you're on the Chris Plante show. Hey Chris, just a quick comment on that phone call. I guess, first off, I'd like to glad you're gonna vote for Trump because he's trying to bring about a result. Pillow, but I was quite amazed. I've never seen you know that kind of hate demonstrated hate stupidity all in the same. You know. Yeah, I thought process. I mean kids so much that he wants to destroy the entire country to prove to prove a point, and I go, wow. That is, as not something I've used to hearing humidity part was quite, obviously, he tried to bring up. He really thinks that if that happened that he and his kids are going to be left alone in their million dollar houses young McLean. And they're just going to live a nice life. Everybody else's living in a ditch I go. I can't even understand it. Well, that's because you're thinking person with a functional brain and you don't Stu every day, and in rage, and hatred because you're not a liberal Democrat, who is incredibly bitter about Hillary Clinton losing the election in two thousand sixteen which is what it all comes down to. And you notice that any didn't have anything to say about Russia and Russian collusion. All this craziness. Big. Because that's their last hate fest, and they've moved onto the next hate fest. And, and they just they want total destruction of this country to turn this country into a beep whole because Hilary lost. And that's I mean that's a mental condition, but it is an epidemic to town. I'm sorry to say I hear you. Yeah. Yeah, you bet. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. Speaking of which we played that we have William bar. Let's go to one addition. We have several William bars, but we one more William bar cut. They wanna play because William bar is a friend of mine sent me this morning bar is going to collect a lot of scalps, and it's really it's looking bad and all these Democrats running for cover their rats running from their sinking Obama ship. The s s Obama is sinking into the biggest scandal in the history of the United States of America, American politics. Now, let's go to William bar William bar, being interviewed by Bill Hemmer on the Fox News channel just airing this morning. I think people have to find out what the government was doing during that period. If we're if we're worried about foreign influence for the very same reason we should be worried about whether government officials abused their power and put their thumb on the scale. And so I'm not saying that happened. But I'm saying that we have to look at that there's not saying that, that definitely happened because he is a prudent man who allows the evidence to come in and doesn't leap to conclusions before collecting the evidence like Democrats do don't believe in due process. See supreme court nominee, and, and look at the Brett Cavanaugh and look at what they did him. They don't believe in due process do for themselves because we're not for double standards, liberals would have no standards at all. So the attorney general doing an interview with the Fox News channel talking about the Steele dossier, and how it's very, very unusual the Steele dossier, and the way that it was used, it was abused. Of course, he did say that he believes that spy. Did occur. And he's said he started out looking for answers, and all he's gotten so far is more questions about the conduct of the Obama administration and the Komi FBI and the Brennan, CIA and the Loretta Lynch, Justice department, and, and that he's not getting answers, but more questions are coming up. So this is going to be an ever expanding probe. Now, the Democrats are completely against investigating any of this. They're entirely in favor of and the news media. I count, the news media, when I say the Democrats, they're entirely in favor of more than twenty investigations going on out of the house of representatives with corrupt little whistles, like Adam shiftless and Jerry, the penguin Nadler, and they're, they're happy, the news media's all for that, but I played the audio yesterday. But if you have three investigations the inspector general at the department of Justice, the, the Huber, and the and the Utah investigation, US attorney there. And of course, the, the new one out of Connecticut, which we just learned about the other day, but it's been ongoing for some time now and the Democrats, and that means the news media, very upset about this, and they're going to fight against any effort to find out what happened the news media. Now it's the news media's job to pursue what happened, but instead because they're not a legitimate news media. They're really not broadly. There are a few exceptions, but they're becoming fewer and fewer Joe Scarborough is a prime example. He's bleach blonde. Blue font sporting pigeon. Sister lost Gabor sister journalists at NBC news, then this morning, they played a quick sound bite of William bar saying that, perhaps, we should want to know what our government was doing, and Joe Scarborough objected to this very thoroughly with really skirl us an outrageous accusation, which is what they do. They lie. They panic. They freak out. They scorched the earth. Earth. They accuse people of the most outrageous, things you're all racist. You're by the way, Andy, you're a terrible racist. You're a horrible racist. And why because crashing economy would like that would disproportionately affect people of color. Therefore, this is the kind of logic that the Democrats bring to the dance I used the word logic, very loosely Joe Scarborough this morning after listening to William bar saying, I think people should want to know what their government was doing. Joe Scarborough doesn't want to know this is a continuation Willie of, of Donald Trump. Agreeing with Vladimir Putin. I mean you might as well just laugh. A next KGB badge. One on our attorney general. That's right. You might as well slap an ex KGB badge on our attorney, general, the attorney general believes that there were abuses of power at the Justice department during the Obama administration or a suggesting that there may have been an it's, it's serious enough where he is interested in looking into it. And that is perfectly emblematic of the American news media. You're a communist agent ura Europe Putinite. You're a traitor. Your country your youth and Bradley Manning isn't there voting for Bradley Manning for Senate in, in Maryland?.
"telephone co." Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The jet lost communications when it was hit by lightning soon after takeoff, and there are signs of attention improvement in cash house relations with its neighbours shake tiny received a red Telephone cO from the prime minister Bahrain during which the two exchange traditional gratings for the holy month of remedy is the first contact of its kind since Gulf states lead by Saudi Arabia and Egypt cut diplomatic ties with cash out almost two years ago. Global news twenty four hours a day on it. And it took on Twitter. More than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm outta Motorola's. This is Bloomberg. He said. Thank you very much for that. Let's get back to our top story. Tiny stocks are pulling higher after Monday's four hundred and eighty seven billion dollars setup. That's after the Trade Representative Robert lighthizer said the US is not breaking off trade talks. Doesn't tend to go ahead with a tariff on Chinese goods on Friday. Dallas fed president. Robert Kaplan told Bloomberg trade tensions are being felt while the former ambassador to China Max Baucus that patients is the key to deal. It's not having a substantial material impact on US GDP growth at this point. But I can tell you cross number of industries. It's having some chilling effect on their ability to manage their their costs and the way they do business. President Trump Mnuchin in Robert lighthizer really do not have a lot of experience in ago, she had with the Chinese. They're they're kind of green about all this frankly, and my experiences with China. There's a lot of talk sometimes backtrack. Sometimes not just wait. Is you stick with it? You got be patient patient patient positive resistant, stick with it. And after a while, I kind of get a deal. Let's get more with senior editor Derek wall. Banquet joins us from Singapore studio. Derek give me a sense of where this story is at the moment because we have a Chinese response now, but it doesn't really add color or detail to the status quo. This. It's a serious setback. No doubt across the entire range of the trade war between the US and China certainly inflame from where we were last week. Remember at the end of last week. We started hearing some grumblings about about trouble in paradise. But there wasn't really any precipitating factor there. Now there is and the issue of the pullback, particularly the idea that there had been some things that the Chinese side headed greed to deal with that would have required changing some laws in the US side thought that this was pretty well baked in. But then our our reporting suggests that that the US saw a Chinese pullback in some fashion and got really really upset about this. Bob lighthizer as you say went to the president was upset about this Trump fired off the tweets that we all saw and then comes the threat to actually put on some more of these terrorists. This puts us back to kind of where we were in February. Remember when they're supposed to be some some tariff action in March and that got put off as a bit of a stall. So now, we're back on with that sort of thing I actually found some real interesting nuggets in that global times editorial out of China. And they said, look they still intensify that the US the US bias toward a deal. In fact, they're suggesting that the US has some urgency to get a deal and said that even if the trade talks have some problems, even if the terrorists come in that doesn't necessarily close the door off to to trade talks in the future. So it's a bit of a measured response in that global times editorial will see what China has to say on that going forward. Derek? I I think that's an interesting context that measured response from China. But we are seeing perhaps tail risks that just wasn't had in these markets in terms the currency. When do we begin to consider competent fly down on the you wan when does that spin become a real concern? Far for me to give trading advice. But you're right. They the the risk wasn't priced in as much and you saw that. I think across Asia. I mean, look all Asian markets are pretty are pretty exposed to the idea of U S China trade tensions. I mean, it's hard to think of something that's not for good or for L. So there is a certain amount of this. And and I think there's some there's something John Mickel Twitter editor in chief couple years ago wrote this great editorial the basically suggested that people tend to round off risk. You know, like something has a twenty thirty percent chance of happening. All of a sudden it's zero or something as sixty seventy percent chance of happening. All of a sudden it's honor percent. Well, life doesn't work in black and white right in trade talks shades of gray. And that's what we're looking at here. You know, there's clear indications from that Chinese response. You know, let's say let's see what the Chinese side actually, officially say. But if that's the way that it holds, then we're talking about a measured response into. Something the talking about the US still looking for a deal that doesn't say it's over, you know, we're in the early stages of this. But but yeah, shades of gray not black and white, and you got a price shades of gray in right? Careful those great there. Thank you very much running us through her senior editor Derek wall Bank. Let's get somewhat writer Michael Price. He's the portfolio strategist that Taurus wealth advisors in Singapore. You listen to what we just heard in terms of the updated the developments you look at the valuations Chinese equities, stay overweight, China at this point. So Goldman Sachs is arguing they're saying the policy reaction function and mid the trade tensions is reactive and is able to adapt is that something that you could strike too. Yeah. Good question. I mean, look, I mean, I think with with with all after classes when they had two major run. Sometimes there's a great opportunity to to preserve gains and look looking gains. And I think that's from a financial markets point of view. That's potentially the right thing to do. I mean Chinese Rick equities were the best performing asked the club this year. And then lost few days that have major pullback, and you was also close seventy percent. Maybe this time to lock in some games in reduce risk. Because again, this whole Togo tree talks with China. I think is somewhat misleading ultimately much more than just straight is about the rising power taking on an incumbent power. And that is easy solution for that. So I think the Trump comments. Quite the antiquated in the sense that yes, now's the time to be decisive with China, and again hints this this Pasha frustration with the slowness of these negotiations. What's interesting? It's I may weaken Asia. Of course, Michael good morning to you. The Brandi thought seems to be that these are going to be protracted trade discussions over a period of time. Do you want has reacted quite aggressively volatility rising by five percent? And yesterday. I this is where the Chinese perhaps need to worry the most. It's a runaway train off a flight of competent from the on. Would you agree with that? Yeah. I mean, look the currencies the most sort of the if you think the currency go, the potentially the easiest Lucien to very complicated problem. But that of course, we'll have a spillover effect on Asia. Asian currencies. Asian economies enhance is that that card that the US would like to sort of stay back. But I think this case, yes, the market is clearly potentially testing the seven you unlivable again because if you really introduce these terrorists than the currency most probably has to readjust to to to offset that and I think that's a very high possibility. So again, we had a major sort of low volatility environment for the last couple of months and weeks. Now, I think the psychology market has changed that realization that. It's actually not that easy to solve. Looking at this with a binary outcome in mind that either they strike a deal or they don't strike deal, and which side of the trade or of the bet are you on? Eggen? I would be held over. I wouldn't take it back on this because ultimately political decision but through an outcome of these discussions. I mean, even if you have a trade agreements to speak. My view is that it could be a cosmetic because the underlying issues, including the issue, so strategic and soul important that is no easy solution to this. And this is why also China increasingly spends effort on this one road one bale strategy and initiative in order to offset that the reliance on the United States. So again, the recent summit in Beijing has to be seen from that perspective. Again, hitching China's risk. Lego some bold means there, we're gonna continue this conversation. Mike price stays with us. In fact, let's get you a bit of a step. What's ahead? We'll.
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"Some of those real real substantive things. They don't like about the president. I wish they'd just take a step back and say has he been good for North Dakota or bad for North Dakota. I don't care if I'm a Republican or a democrat, bluer. Why does he been good or is he been Ben? And if you say bad. Then you are officially. Of the swamp because there's there's just no way to say anything other than what he's done, especially on energy issues. Really from the get-go stopping the nightmare of the Obama administration. The games they were playing with legally permanent projects lawing US. Army corps of engineers said it's okay. For a group of people to break the law. But if you were I went down there and had a permit to camp, and we were one inch. Off of our little slice we slapped with fines. That's how they do it. That's how they do it. Final days of the legislature. Find a weeks, I guess probably better way to say it are happening as well. So if there's anything interesting, you can certainly weigh in on that. And let us know what you think I have a comment from a listener today. Talking about the landowner Bill that'll be up for a vote this week in the house passed in the Senate and likely will be tomorrow or maybe Friday of house. Texter says, the number of hunters in the state, totally outnumbers, the number of landowners. It's not a fair fight in terms of people for or against this Bill. I'm a hunter. I'm a sportsman. I do not own land. I have family that does private property rights are more important than and outweigh my rights as a hunter by far. To argue the point is some of your callers have on this issue that landowners are old and don't use smartphones on by county plant book with all the landowners, thirty bucks. Go to your local telephone co op get a phone book free. Start building positive meaningful hunting and working relationships with farmers and ranchers and landowners, priceless. To the same point, and is currently the landowners burden to have to post their land correctly to be able to legally key people off of their land. Why not make it the other way around if landowners do not care have them put up signs saying they do allow hunting? I know a lot of landowners. It would be much less wasted time and effort than the other way around. I do agree. It's easy to put up signs, but it's even easier for people to rip those signs off. I've seen it done. I've seen fences cut cows out. It's this respectful, go out and build relationships with landowners. Well, I agree with that sentiment, by the way. I think it makes good sense. I also think they came up with a great compromise this time because really this whole post don't post who post. Whatever is now electric very easy to do because that's sort of the hassle of from the landowner farmer, rancher perspective, you're asking them to have to post to say, you know, stay out burdens on them why they're the land on that. But now it's as simple as going online with this new app, they came up with. And deciding whether read Nope, sorry, stopped near green, go at it have at it. And by the way, if you don't go in and set something up in the profile for this. You're green. So if you don't even pay attention any of these changes, it's going to stay like it is now. And then yellow is. Yeah, it's open. But I want to know who you are. Now, the people that don't like this idea number one and not landowners for the most part. Number two. They reside in the larger communities of North Dakota. And don't understand. The mentality of farmers and ranchers and the land. I could. Be a little more harsh than that. And say today there. They don't respect it. Here's the analogy. I like to use. Right now, if I own land. I have to specifically put up a sign that says no hunting if I don't want. You know, trespassing you can't do this. No, no, no, no, no. I got to put up the no sign, okay. On the land..
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"Statue or anything else you got they're going to be there for the for the rest of that stadium's history. So I think that's a great honor. What I think that's a great way to honor somebody and we'll see when they get that done NHL Canadians blanked the islanders four nothing. And you mentioned the is now tied with the penguins with those ninety one points. As for second and third in the division three points behind Washington, Washington, Idaho, last night islanders have been shut out their last two games and the devils lost to the Bruins by the score of five to one time. Now for a moment of the day. Brought to you by Resorts World casino in queens with over six thousand games. This is how NYC roles. Boy, a couple of good ones here. I'm going to go with this one atom shine was a topic last hour, Greg thinking back to Adam style as a talk show host, Sean does this thing. I always makes you laugh when he does this. If there's a caller on the line who has a funny name or a different name. Right. He has voice will shoot up when he welcomes the caller, right? So. For example. He would if he was hosting here. I won't give the number of where he hosts now, but. Eight seven three three seven sixty six sixty six it's going to go in New Jersey, girl, you're on the fan. Hey, Adam loved the show. Let's go. I find it amusing. Because I remember that so vividly. Yeah. From back in the same spot on pretty spot on which come up with Fujiko. That's actually a call that. I heard it's a call that I heard and I remember doing that I go. Yeah. He used to do this thing where we produced the show. I remember Sal licata. And I used to do the shine back. I know you guys can have a shine battle. Yeah. So so I was running the board and and Sal was producing a shine Saturday show, and he would do his monologue. And in the second that he'd go to break you'd go in the talk back. Did I bring it? Did I bring bring it? Brian. Jim rome. Does that? Right. Sounds like the other thing always repeat all the time. Which was the who the hell is Bob Dwyer that every time I remember. So it was one of Bob Dwyer works here on the show. Now Bob's first shift, and he was producing shine. So we wrote down on on. We have a little message board things to the producers can talk to the host and text so shy. And goes as Adam who are you? And he's like I'm on Bob Dwyer. Nice to meet you dryer. Great. So then like ten minutes goes by where the show is about start. They put in you know, board op Bob Dwyer, we putting the things we know he's like the menu is working with. So he sits down the music's Rawlings about do this show. Those who is bad. Just met him. I'm sorry. Sorry about that. Did I bring it? Angry. Who the hell is Bob Dwyer? So anyway, yeah that would have worked. But that would be one of one of these mornings that were south finishes, the overnight a little shine battle between the shine back. I mean. On between the two. A busy Friday of football Friday to football Monday. Yes, it is. What an outstanding Telephone cO. We're right back. Your outstanding. Phenomenal telephone calls. The nuggets. Word. No. You're no gates. Let me taste your nuggets. Put your nuggets in my mouth put him in there. I want your sports news. No gets gimme the nuggets. No. I wish you is coming. And what do you want me to do it? What? You worry about your nuggets. Let's just let's just keep on. Also came on its own sky. All right, Mikey strong game is tonight, and you can walk up and get tickets. So this is not just the thing. We have to buy them online. You can walk up and get tickets. The rain will be gone. I believe by the time it again. It will be a little Wendy. You're not gonna get blown off of the line to buy.
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"Seventy nine chattering. Class spends all day telling you what to think of the state of the union this afternoon five I'd really like to know how you feel join me John Howell WLS AM, eight ninety. Telephone cO have more audio and fun stuff. And hopefully, I get the Trayvon Martin. Why that the left continues to peddle what's in the meantime, go to the phones, let's go to redo in Potomac, Maryland. Do you're on the Chris Plante show. View again. So overall, I thought the president did a very good job yesterday. Speech very much. What I thought that? He did an amazing job that he actually got to do the impossible. He got the democrat chance USA USA USA. Yeah. I mean, they just don't do that. They are just so patriotic. It's amazing. I understand they did his talk casting doesn't matter. It was. Not one not one of them. Wore an American flag pin on their out, again, just very very unpatriotic now three more things. And then I'll hang up. You know with the with the NFL now, you know, I talk to you about it. I haven't watched an NFL game in two years because my son is a marine, and they are disrespecting by kneeling disrespecting my son. My you know, the military the police the national anthem and the flag. So I will never ever watch sports again, number two. Look, I say the waited. So when I disagree with something with Trump, I'm gonna say, and those are the things that I disagree with Trump is the fact that I don't think we should be pulling out of Syria NF ghanistan. But the funny thing is that the Democrats are so gone. How about doing that? Obama.
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"So they want to make it a service founding members, including Craig McCaw who runs clear wire a broadband provider that's been acquired in two thousand thirteen in small ran technology development, and international carrier Telephone cO, and is currently the CEO of Evernote Marnie. Walden was an executive vice president and president at Verizon where she managed global media and new business so experienced folks in the carrier game on this advisory board for sure all right? Let's talk a little bit more about search privacy. Patrick, well, Tom duck duck go which markets itself as protecting your privacy more than. Google, and that's not very hard. I have. Announced it will use apple maps to power local search results. So in case you didn't catch that it will now use apple maps apple allows developers use it's maps for free with a limit of two hundred fifty thousand map and twenty five thousand service goals. So one would expect that the duck duck duck. Go is being to exceed the limit though, no nouncement was made about that. Apple maps will replace open street maps for most things and being here and Google which were options for getting directions. Duck duck. Go says it will continue its bro active attractive of not passing IP addresses to map providers. It's for active policy if not passing IP addresses to my providers. Well, I pay everyone who needs rail direction snow'll. Really? No. I mean, I've apple maps is the were have you used it recently? Yeah. Okay. Use it in my car every day. Okay. So those of. You who might throw stones at Sarah lane. She's speaking from experience. It sounds like so it's really not that good still. Well, here's what I do. I put him address. I look it up on apple maps. And then I look it up on Google maps. And it's startling how different the directions are every single time. See I don't understand..
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"I'm going to have to get MacKenzie. Bazo call after the show. Best girl. Well, maybe we'll just we'll all share together. I'll work something out. Maybe. His wife of twenty five years MacKenzie. Nice name. They were married when they were. Well, let's say she has been married for twenty five years bazo says about to turn fifty five as birthday is in three days. So got married twenty five years ago when he was thirty day was thirty years old approximately twenty nine years old she MacKenzie. Bezos is forty eight years old now married twenty five years ago. I'm thinking she's in for the biggest pay day in the history of divorce paid is a McKenzie. I I like a good joke. I like long walks on private beaches on private islands that I get to on private airliners. I like space stations and volcanoes and submarines. And eating Komodo dragons at dinner every night, you know, the usual stuff nothing nothing special for me. The richest man in the world, the richest man in the history of the and Michael peercy made an important point here. I think the important point is this imagine how what pain you must be your the richest man in the world, you have airliners scattered airports around the world, you have castles and villas and islands, and you live like a golden God from some ancient Greeks imagination. And still your wife has divorcing you because you're such a pain in the ass. Can you imagine such a thing she's going to what they got like a hundred and forty billion dollars. She's going to end up. Let's just be modest fifty billion dollars. Fidget fifty just go with one hundred billion. She gets half of one hundred billion dollars fifty billion dollar divorce settlement. You can buy a Boeing seven seventy seven custom outfitted on the interior like a four seasons. Sweet for about three hundred million dollars at the Dubai airshow. I saw it online. That's beautiful the seven Boeing seven seventy seven three hundred million dollars and outfit outfitted for you. It's kind of part of the price. And then you gotta have your own seven seventy seven of fly around the world, go places get dinner things like that. I think MacKenzie is going to be a very popular divorce say I don't think I'm in the running anything. I don't think I'm there. Besides my best girls a lot more fun, much better. We're very happy. Billions of dollars would be nice. Put this proves that money can't buy happiness. As Victoria said, it's strangely depressing. Strangely depressing that a a forty eight year old woman would divorce her husband of twenty five years the wealthiest man possibly in the history of the world, certainly in the world right now, and she's going to divorce many way because now how unhappy can you be? I'm guessing she found out things about him. What do you think? I'm thinking, it's not just general, I'm bored. Our house isn't big enough. What kind of complaints can can she have as a wife must be something? Freaky going on. Got to be something weird. And by the way, they announced their their divorce in a tweet. A tweet that had both of their names on it. We wanna make people aware of a development in our lives as our family and close friends. No, I don't think they have any kids at least there's no mention of kids here. Are they have kids? Do you have kids? I don't know if they have kids, I don't think so as our family and close friends know after a long period of loving exploration loving exploration and trial separation. We have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends as very very, very wealthy friends. I just added that we feel incredibly lucky to have found each other and deeply grateful for every one of the years. We have been married to each other. If we had known we would separate after twenty five years. We would do it all again. Yeah. I bet. We've had such a great life together as a married couple. And we also see wonderful futures ahead as parents friends partners in ventures and projects, and as individuals pursuing ventures and adventures little too much of the venture thing going on. I think in the don't you think I have a quick update. Quick update. Jeff Bezos, and his wife have three sons say my three sons one adopted daughter from China really is that right because they really wanted to do it is that right? They have three boys and an adopted daughter from China. Robbie chip and Ernie. I I assume have three. And and then little Alexa, though, on their little girl. Alexa, alexa. What do you think? Alexa, alexis. That came from Jeff businesses favourite girlfriend on the side. What what do you think it is? You know, guys, you think Jeff Bezos says maybe not perfectly faithful and loyal. I I'm thinking if you've got one hundred fifty billion dollars, you do become attractive to certain women. The stormy Daniels of the world and son. Though, the labels might be different. We remain a family, and we remain cherished friends, and our lawyers are going to be very very happy because nobody's ever seen a bonanza and divorce court like this and the history of the world. Mazing amazing. Okay. Let's go. Let's go to a telephone call. Let's go to a Telephone cO. You'll see the names of their kids. They do they have funny names. They called Zirk seas and fly ball weird things because they're California billionaire is after all let's go to let's go to the phones. Let's go to rough AL in Wilmington North Carolina, Rafael, you're on the Chris Plante show. How you doing all friends? I'm great. How about you doing doing great? I have the mother of of fact, check failed last night and asked me love to. So went ahead and the pets at Trump's claim that one third of women are assaulted traveling to the border. Yeah. Let me read off their site says. According to Amnesty International between sixty and eighty percent of female migrants. Migrants are sexually assaulted on the way up here. Correct them by saying that I know it's not one third more than that. Wrong that CBS literally has this other website. They they deleted it because Twitter monster living daylights out of them. You can make the south. I have a solution to the entire illegal immigration problem. You do. Yeah. So, you know, Alexandria, Cortez's is is is totally giving us her wisdom in the last few days about it. Sure. Really? What we gotta do. It says what? All tournament Venezuela, and then number no more people are gonna illegally come in their country. Yeah. Well, that's you know, that's the problem with their thing is is that oh, no walls. No walls the left in the twentieth. Century built walls to keep people in to keep people from escaping. And that's what they call the left. They have they don't have citizens. They have subjects they have slaves. They have laborers, and they build walls to keep them in because everybody tries to escape now south of our border. There's way too much socialism, which is why everybody's poor which is why there's so much crime. Which is why hundreds of thousands of people flee? These be poll countries to try to come to the United States. And and the Democrats here tell us that our country so terrible. And it's so awful, and it's so racist and so- bigger than so unfair there such income inequality and everything is so you don't get free stuff that why would anybody want to come here? They spend their lives disparaging our country yet. We really. We ought to build a wall to keep all the people out who risked their lives and rape and mayhem to get here. And somehow that irony that absurdity never occurs to mcgilla gorilla and the people at CNN and George Stephanopoulos, a Clinton administration official and the people at ABC, and I'm gonna I'm gonna find your your CBS fact,.
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"And I thought one of the things that was incredibly striking about this instant was just how quickly armed officers were on the scene robots and our London correspondent the Afghan defense ministry says Taliban militants have taken over an army base in northern Ferrier province after two days of heavy fighting at least seventeen soldiers have been killed and fifteen wounded during the attack. His show up Sharifi local officials told the BBC the Taliban storm the base in March from different directions, killing in wounding, many of the hundred soldiers stationed there. The governor of Aaron active Lafayette told the BBC up to fifty soldiers had to surrender because they. They did not receive reinforcements five days ago. The Taliban attacked and captured parts of Grozny a strategically important cities. South of Kabul I've on security forces have since been trying to force the Taliban out on the government says it's now in control Schwab Sharifi reporting a year ago today after three days of torrential rain, there was an enormous mudslide just outside the capital of Sierra Leone Freetown more than one thousand people were killed, and many more were left homeless correspondent Omar for fodder has been funny out how those who survived the tragedy, a coping. Wrong. Forgiving, remembering those lifts behind the pain is still fresh. Malaita camera lost his wife, two children and dozens of other relatives, his back to pray for their souls. But all he could do was weep. Six o'clock. The film, my prayer and as a driver, I went to work, he was only later, but I was told about the slide returned to find that my house disappeared swallowed up by the mountain. I felt like my whole world ended after performing the seventh year rights to Telephone Co. from the central hospital, the my son is still alive. Life. This is melody sound Daniel learning to walk on crutches the live in an unfinished building, not far from the scene of the disaster Donyell survived, but by the skin of his teeth, the scars are all over his body. His left leg has been unprotected to the tie while is rights. Thai-born also broke, and it's still being mended his left arm is only hanging while the backhand is card. So is his back. He said in brand full. Recalls the names of fence used to play with who tied in the mudslide Daniel laments that he's no longer able to play like you're still. We days. I mean, my mom, she styles in border. We were home sleeping your bus at around six o'clock. My father worked for morning prayers. Then he left at this time. There was a heavy storm. Not long after I looked to my mum, we could not find her. I won't stick outside to look for. That was when I felt something lifting me up and crash landing me on a rock. I screamed calling for help. My leg and armor Burkan. This other like was smashed. This is not how it was born. I can no longer run around and play like other children. I don't feel happy about it, but I remain courageous. Did I..
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"Of the game that liberal only went to the free throw line five times everytime he got blog on the basket you know he kept key kit complaining referees complained five free throws him he's one of the only got in this other fifteen or twenty four he can freeze you know and after the game right after the game and you know he wanted to look when he groped that telephone co two let's listen you know i got through you want to make sure that they get fifty two twenty three throw sogame mother was you know you're going to have every approach them in your hands you know even if you got to come out then you know a free two week you know so nobody recognize you and some glasses you gotta come up and do it all right hand wow he hung up the imaginary land line and that joke if you didn't catch it is adam silver is going to come out on the next game wearing a wig and make ten extra coals for lebron james did i say though must make me stay by playing this season i feel so bad for this dude i do not want to sit here and mock him or wonder whether he made a mistake his body is failed him and now he needs to have hip surgery tomorrow and rare is the time that an athlete goes from where he was running a city in boston sure to get a max contract to now he's two teams later his hip is broken he's undersized and there is no telling whether or not he's got a future in the league of any kind so you have to be careful with how you pay him it's rare to go from that close to the mountain top to maybe not a lot of money at all this is one of those funny things in sports sometimes the idea of someone can be more valuable than the reality see it a lot around the draft it's why grassing if missouri star prospect michael puerta junior should have played it all after his injury maybe he would have been more valuable it is josh talk we've been higher if he hadn't even tried to play and i think that's undeniably true with isaiah at this point because if he had never played or less memory of him would have been him putting.
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"With additional hindrances such as the darkness of not the choppy water and the fact the escapees were wearing heavy denim prison uniforms that would have wide them down when wet alcatraz officials were confident the three men drowned furthermore prison officials claimed that at the tone the inmates would event at the water the strong outgoing karn would have swept them straight at the garden guide and into the pacific ocean prison officials wish show the three blood to the drowned bodies would eventually be found floating in the bay or would push up on nearby pages despite new spreading these skype as well nice luckily dead reports of sightings came in thick and fast three men was seen at a service station in seattle the angolan brothers were apparently saint about aiding launch in san francisco several men looking locked the escape base was seen in a car with a woman drawing reports came through that a blue known 1055 chevrolet was stolen in marine county the night of the escape an unknown main cold stopped and highway patrol to lodge a complaint about a cod driving a radically and almost forcing him off the road he claimed to a saint three men in the cop wearing identical blue closing other witnesses claimed to a same three men floating in a raft in san pablo by all of these reports will look into but i a role false or dead end wait had 1030 i am the morning of the escape a receptionist working the front desk of a law firm in san francisco received the strange telephone co.
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"Using the thing us no because waiting so today i thought i was in hawaii telephone co brings be bear oh logan sell us did you see briggs uber he said this past weekend writ wealth mike for all of you wondering when he said that way because my uh peter brings bieber this is a keeper really brings be bear an fucking keeper going to seen a breach who bears the movie that is a almost increase in entirely original from beginning to end story you've never seen before but there's bits and pieces it has little edward scissorhands in its as uh as some room in there is some room for sure there some room in their little navy uh the funny parts of room a whole areas parts of room it's also actually yeah it's actually a produced by the lonely island to which which only adds to my love for it because the lonely allen as you know have infineon for them but this is not like lonely island so it's it's starring kyle mooney mark hamill it's nice to see mark in a in a conventional roll jane adams greg kinnear matt walsh michaela watkins shows up in there and to whom afghan african anybody clear dates claire danes and mac bennett oh yeah and uh a cameo by somebody from louis island and i won't say because of i don't even know how how much i can't say or should say you know what has a little frank in it too and it has a lotta underdog in it and that gotta suspend belief a little bit specimen the third act special with greg kinnear scared of drawn up here so what's going on it's one of those movies worth this first ten minutes i'm thinking is this an alternative universe is this supposed to be like the distant future but then you see that can all computer and you're like it can't be the distant future logan you want to hop on here and help me since she sought yeah i just don't know how much we want to give away yeah i went in a fashion it was so i knew all i.