35 Burst results for "Three Days Later"

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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U.S. to Open Canada and Mexico Borders for Vaccinated Travelers

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

U.S. to Open Canada and Mexico Borders for Vaccinated Travelers

"The Biden administration has set a date for allowing fully vaccinated travelers into the U. S. starting November eighth foreign travelers can again enter the U. S. by air or land if they show proof of vaccination and the negative covert nineteen tests taken within three days of travel the White House announced earlier this week it would lift virus related restrictions on nonessential travel at land borders and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico early next month in administration official says the CDC has told airlines all FDA approved and authorized vaccines are acceptable plus those with the World Health Organization emergency use listing it'll issued guidelines soon out of what dachshund ation proof is acceptable Sager

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Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS

"In a game they had to win the Dodgers beat the giants seven to two sending this series to a deciding fifth game Dodgers skipper Dave Roberts can hardly wait as I understand all the Sears are done and so we're going to be the only show in town so if you have a poll Sir your sports fan you you better be watching Dodgers giants so it's gonna be a great one Mookie Betts and Will Smith each hit two run homers Walker Buehler pitching on three days rest allowed one run over for the third strong innings the Dodger bullpen recorded the last fourteen ounce also giving up just a single run the winner take all game five this Thursday in San Francisco mark Myers Los Angeles

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Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers

"Freddie Freeman blasted a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Atlanta a prime to poor victory over the Milwaukee Brewers and send the Braves to the National League Championship Series Atlanta won the division series three games to one in Freeman said this after the game the pure joy you know in that clubhouse you know that's everything we've worked for since Feb worries to get to the playoffs and then keep moving on moving on the brewers lead to nothing on the top of the fourth and four two in the fifth but the Braves answered both times and tied the game at four four Robbie Thomas had a two run Homer in the fifth for Milwaukee Braves starter Charlie Morton went three and a third innings on three days rest Tyler matic got the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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If You Want Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen,' It Is Available

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | Last week

If You Want Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen,' It Is Available

"No it's actually unacceptable And I just want you folks to know it's a great book You should order it You really should whether you get in three days or 6 days and you know the thing is Victor Amazon has its own delivery service It doesn't use the postal service it doesn't use FedEx And depending on what type of person customer you are prime customer a lot of these books that says if you order within ten hours you get it the next day And if you have enough books that's what it should be saying So what I wanted to do is have you on and explain to the American people the people that listen to this program If you want the book go ahead and order it It's not out of stock They've got it If you say well I don't know For some reason Mark it's not there And I think the message is one that your audience would like to hear that we're not crazy that there's a concentrated attack on citizenship

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The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History

"Let's talk about the therapeutics that made my covert experience the mildest case of the flu. I've ever had thanks to my doctor. Dr sam pappas on hydroxy December last i had three days of the sniffles felt a little bit tired and that was my experience. Not only that. I don't know why you left it out of your by but it says euros an officer in the. Us army reserve medical costs. God bless you doctor barky for everything you do and are doing to get the truth out there. Let me just start right at the beginning to the mirror. In twenty five years of practice serving your fellow man have you ever ever seen such an egregious politicization of health policy in our nation. Doctor never dr gorka at and it really makes me sad to say this. But some of our healthcare agencies like the fda the cdc unfortunately were realizing now have been captured by industry. And what i mean by that is the funding from the fda in the cdc about fifty percent come from the organizations that their charter to oversee. So the fda used to be entirely funded by taxpayer dollars as it should be and the fda is supposed to work for the american people to keep them safe to oversee pharmaceutical companies including vaccine companies. But now they're funded by the industry in the end the groups they are supposed to be overseeing and

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Biden Easing Foreign Travel Restrictions, Requiring Vaccines

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Biden Easing Foreign Travel Restrictions, Requiring Vaccines

"President Biden will start easing restrictions on foreign travel into the U. S. starting in November the administration will require all foreign nationals flying into the country to be fully vaccinated against covert nineteen they'll have to show proof before boarding along with the negative results from a test taken within three days of a flight the new policy replaces a patchwork of restrictions that restricted travel by non citizens who'd been in several countries in the past two weeks including the UK European Union members China and India the president's also tightening rules were unvaccinated American citizens will have to be tested before and after returning to the U. S. Sager mag ani Washington

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Why Creativity Equals Productivity With Author Joe Sanok

Mindfulness Mode

01:18 min | Last month

Why Creativity Equals Productivity With Author Joe Sanok

"You have got so much to say about creativity and productivity. Why is it that creativity causes us to be more productive. What's that all about. Yeah i think intuitive we know this and a lot of the science backs it up as well but just think about when you have your best ideas you know when you're stressed out or maxed out. It's when you're taking a shower when you're out for a hike when you're on a long drive and maybe turn off the radio for a while It's when our brains are able to rest when we're not really in that fight flight or freeze and so we know that if we're going to be more creative it doesn't start with having a week. That's maxed out and stressed out and then we have a weekend where we're just recovering that we go right back into it. It's where we start with the slowing down when we start with that that mindfulness and we allow our brains to relax. I and ask those hard questions of. What is this weekend. need From me and from my brain. How do i best myself for this next week. the idea that we work five full days and then for two days we take off. It just doesn't work anymore. And as we look at the research on the forty workweek and about making thursday the new friday we see emerging more and more that countries and businesses that are switching to a four day of work three days off are seeing better productivity and creativity.

Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

NBC Nightly News

01:50 min | Last month

Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

"Historic journey to spaces on the books tonight. The spacex dragon capsule the splashdown in the atlantic ocean. Off the coast of florida with the world's first all civilian four member crew give is in port canaveral candice. This adventure has been ground. Baking in so many ways it hasn't been groundbreaking and shows that the sky is really no limit for civilians. And i'll tell you. We heard this gigantic thud here in port. Canaveral as dragon capsule made its way through the atmosphere. And then that just beautiful landing in the atlantic ocean wrapping up this beautiful journey tonight. The return to earth the first all civilian space crew to orbit the earth wrapping their history-making three day mission. We're giving all of our time right now to you science research and some ukulele playing and trying to raise awareness for an important cause for us back on earth the inspiration for billionaire jared isaac men. Who's bankrolling the trip bone cancer survivor. Haley arsenault scien- proctor. The first black woman to pilot spacecraft and chris brown sqi who won his ticket through sweepstakes there last hours in space spent taking in the views snapping photos in the specially designed capsule dome even chatting with bano the blasted off from cape canaveral. Wednesday evening on a spacex rocket their capsule the dragon measuring thirteen feet wide. Their home as they whizzed around earth at seventeen thousand miles an hour. It's been really interesting to see how fluid shifts with my gravity environment mission part science to determine the effects of space on the human body and park charity more than one hundred fifty billion dollars raised for saint jude's children's hospital where arsenal works patients. They're getting a rare treat. Thursday

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Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | Last month

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

"Beginning a three day mourning period over the death of former president abdelaziz buddha florida. He was eighty four years. Old bouteflika's twenty year long rule was riddled with corruption. But he's being honored for his role in algeria's war for independence from france. I'm

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Navalny app removed from online stores as Russian polls open

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Navalny app removed from online stores as Russian polls open

"Created by allies of imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has disappeared from apple and Google Stolz as polls open across Russia for three days of voting in a parliamentary election Google and apple have come under pressure in recent weeks with Russian officials urging them to remove the app which features smart voting a project designed by the valley to promote candidates that are most likely to defeat those backed by the Kremlin Russia says failure to do this will be interpreted as interference in the election and has threatened them with fines this weekend's election is widely seen as an important part of president Vladimir Putin's efforts to cement his grip on power ahead of the twenty twenty four presidential election for which control of the parliament is key I'm Charles the last month

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1st All-Civilian SpaceX Crew Launches Into Orbit

The Adam Carolla Show

01:03 min | Last month

1st All-Civilian SpaceX Crew Launches Into Orbit

"There at it. Elon musk space. Company made history wednesday after its first all civilian mission launched from cape canaveral florida. The mission is called inspiration for sent. Four civilians into orbit Got a geo. Scientists a us air force vet a physician's assistant who was also a cancer. Survivor and jared isaac men. He's the billionaire. Who purchased the flight to help raise money for childhood cancer. They'll be flying about one hundred miles higher than the international space station. They'll carry out some experiments you about balance and testing. Their blood will be there for three days. They're expected to splash down in the atlantic on saturday and they're not docking anywhere so they took the like basically the the sun roof off. You usually have that closed because that's dachshunds. So now they have this giant window above them and they're just like us overeating now. Yeah they went up this morning. We sorry yesterday yesterday.

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SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

00:52 sec | Last month

SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight

"Interference by american digital giants spacex is first private flight streaked into orbit on wednesday night with to contest winners a healthcare worker and they're rich sponsor the most ambitious leap yet in space tourism. It was the first time a space craft circled the earth with an all amateur crew and no professional astronauts. The dragon capsules to men and two women will be spending three days going around the planet from an unusually high orbit a hundred miles higher than the international space station before splashing down the florida coast this weekend. It spacex founder. elon musk's first entry in the competition for space. tourism. Dollars jared isaac. Mun is the third billionaire to launch this summer. Following the

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Elon Musk’s Spacex Launches First All-Civilian Flight to Orbit

Wall Street Breakfast

00:24 sec | Last month

Elon Musk’s Spacex Launches First All-Civilian Flight to Orbit

"Elon musk's spacex on wednesday evening launched four civilians toward the deepest orbit. Americans have traveled to in more than a decade a falcon nine rocket with a crew dragon. Space capsule lifted off from launch pad at kennedy space center in florida just after eight. Pm eastern daylight time capsule is slated to return to earth after about three days. Lashing down off the coast of

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SpaceX Launches All-Civilian Crew on Inspiration4 Mission

WSJ What's News

00:37 sec | Last month

SpaceX Launches All-Civilian Crew on Inspiration4 Mission

"A successful launch last night. For elon musk's spacex and the inspiration for mission from the kennedy space center in florida. Four civilians including billionaire businessman jared isaac men will be orbiting about three hundred sixty miles above the earth. This marks the first time in all civilian crew is traveling to orbit on a mission arranged entirely by private parties. The capsule is slated to return to earth after about three days splashing down off the coast of florida.

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SpaceX's All-Civilian Inspiration4 Mission Launches Today

Wall Street Breakfast

00:37 sec | Last month

SpaceX's All-Civilian Inspiration4 Mission Launches Today

"Four. Private citizens are set to launch into orbit. Today in what will be the first mission to space without any professional astronauts on board the all civilian crew will ride to space aboard a rocket and capsule developed by spacex spacecraft is scheduled to launch today atop a reusable falcon nine rocket from cape canaveral florida. The five hour launch window opens at eight. Pm eastern and spacex is planning to broadcast the event live crew dragons capsule will spend three days circling the earth before reentering the atmosphere and splashing down in the atlantic ocean. Off the coast of florida

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SpaceX Set to Launch First All-Civilian Crew Into Orbit

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:01 min | Last month

SpaceX Set to Launch First All-Civilian Crew Into Orbit

"Is set to launch four civilians into orbit as soon as today marking a key milestone for the company. It's inspiration for flay will orbit about three hundred sixty miles from earth for at least three days before splashing back down to earth off the coast of florida. It will be the first time a crew entirely made up of civilian astronauts will be sent into orbit wsj reporter. Mike edinburgh edinburgh has more in a sense. It's kind of like a a culmination of many years of work. By nasa the agency years ago started thinking about tapping you know private sector space companies to provide it with services. Space x is one of those companies and nasa always wanted a situation where they'd have you know they'd be one customer amongst many potential customers in so that's kind of the agency wanted to sort of help. Spur a sort of private space industry that it could use in that could be used for other purposes emissions as well

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"three days later" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"three days later" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"You're on the edge. We're archiving their own death. Come, let's hurry back to see what line is that your senator Patrick Cho back on the phone. I want to grow him Just a little bit more on this. We're talking about the state of Michigan. Major setback for our fascist governor, and she is cut from the fascist mould. There's a bunch of them out there where they decided we're going toe Pritzker out of Louisiana. Complete nutcase Murray and New Jersey. They come down with these dictates about. You can't do this. You can only do that, and it's just arbitrary. So right now our governor in Michigan got knocked back by the Supreme Court. And now if the people want to act on it, they can go about their business go in stores or out of stores without mass. But The store's still have the the ability to say You can't come in without a mask. That's up to the store that has nothing to do with what the governor says. And it's just that they can't call the police. I knew where you're going to get fined for not wearing a mask, but they could get around. With that. They don't have the force of law Now. Now what I want to talk to you about further here is what What's up with you? Shirky trying to go along with this is supposed to just stand down and go about state's business. Get the road fixed. I mean, I don't know. Why does he care about furthering what the governor had in place? I think I point this out a few months back back in April, April, 17th issue in Senate put out something called the Open, Michigan face Keep proposal And then, three days later, the house put out something called Come back road map and when you actually went off, that was their plan on how to address Cove is 19. When you actually evaluated Their their plans. There wasn't a heck of lot of difference from what the governor actually implement. Did they come up with it on their own through some kind of committee of this on their own? That was the leadership now I can't. I know for a fact, it wasn't Distributed widely within the caucus of Michigan. How for the Michigan Senate time and it didn't get there. General approval. So this is definitely Senator Mike Turkey and Speaker Chatfield Plan, but You actually read through those proposals. You know, it's not surprising that he's talking about implementing some of her executive orders engine at you because they were complicity with it in their plans for the comeback. Do you think this is going to further his political career? Yeah, I think Mike thinks he's already got the he's running for governor, Mike Turkeys running for governor. He thinks he's got the Conservative base locked up because he went off and financially supported the folks at unlike Michigan and help them be successful and help me frankly, that I was one of the certainly later so I appreciate A fact we're able to get her over the finish line, but that in there, So you think you got this conservative grassroots safe locked up. So now he's moving out independent. I mean from a political calculation, he thinks by working with the governor is going to Do him well, because all these polls are showing what a great governor we have in the state of Michigan because nobody's been given the truth about what she's actually doing rather than push the truth, which could harm him if it's successful. He's going to go off and try to expand his base for his run for governor. Well, we just take it forward. At this point. We're ah, we're free for now on and there's not much anybody can do in terms of that. Nobody. Nobody can write a ticket or get you in a 90 day, a misdemeanor for not wearing a mask properly. That's right. And here's Here's what our legislators can do In this interim, if they're serious about protecting our right and whether or not Shirky agrees with it, or chat or whatever, at least they can push us forward. Article four section 37 of the Michigan Constitution allows the Legislature to put a suspension on any rule that she issues through administrative agency chief until the end of the legislator session simply by the passage of a concurrent resolution. Oh, they can do something without the government having to give it a nod. The big question is, will they? Well, I don't You know Stars Michigan goes, It's been embarrassing, politically 20 years. Well, here's some good news. There is. Some people are there. I'm getting buzzed from other people in other states that got a lot of friends in other states. But all other legislators there being encouraged by the ruling coming out of the Michigan Supreme could, and they're starting to stand up and they're starting to get courage. So it's only the people in Michigan doing that. And stop wearing the stupid mask. And these Ah ah! Places of work or school or whatever. I think we'd be in much better shape. The cell door is open and walk outside. Well, exactly in other states. I mean, there's a state of Maine, which is true, brutally insane, along with New Jersey on OI, California it just goes on and on. All right. Well, listen, thanks for what you're doing If you got your U haul yet, so we can all move to Florida? No. I meant fighting the information war on. Let's fixed up that or so folks want to get the full scoop and detailed links. To the court opinion and all this other stuff we're talking about. Go there. I'll lay it out for your viewing pleasure. Let's fix stuff that orc. Thank you, Senator Patrick Covic are lets move along here and see what Mark has to say, Mark, welcome to on the edge. Thank you their own. Yes, I called every state representative and Senator on the Republican Ill this morning concerning what? You wait. Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hey, hey! Whoa, whoa! Stop right there. You called every single Lansing elected official and ah Did you get through or just leave messages on their answering machines or what? How did that go? That went very well. I got a lot of AIDS, but I got some that were in session. Now, this is every Republican representative and senator. Wow. Basically God was they thought I wasn't one of those phone computer things because my 810 number was coming in so so frequently in every office and I said, No, I'm calling every office. Did you say to some kind of cop calls? You need some kind of caller I d that says that you're a large Doner. Then they'll take your call. Yes, indeed. So dollar signs every dollar sense anyway. So what happened? You called him and told him what kn what happened? Well, basically, I got some good input from some of our senators and representatives that They are in a position where they don't want to roll this forward with a lot of overreach. But then on the other side, I've got some, including like Shirky, that I want to go along with the plan basically were defiance and defiant came up and I don't look at this is being defiant and defiance or define it's about freedom. And liberty has told every one of these representatives and senators when you put your hand on that Bible You swore to uphold the Constitution. This is about liberties and freedoms and right now. I was really going strong on the math issue more than anything, because I said what they're doing now Income County and Oakland County, for example, they are unconstitutional, the Supreme Court of Michigan has ruled. And what they're doing is unconstitutional. I should be able to go into a store without a mask and constitutionally speaking, and if somebody wants to wear masks, they could do that as well. I shouldn't be mandated by the government. If the store mandates that has thrown down business, and then people could say We're not shopping here, but It should never be. A government agency says. You have to wear a diaper on your face. Exactly what's gonna happen. It's gonna come down to a patchwork here. We're going to have up and down going across the state and you're going to have mandate thrown at us and all kinds of stuff. And we don't have enough people in Lansing that have the backbone and pledged to uphold the Constitution.

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"three days later" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"three days later" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This hill the server was super nice we got called in this is nonsense is cherry hill New Jersey and you've got people calling the police said that in two kids because they want to play outside it's going to get sick hello this is Josh with cherry hill New Jersey it is absurd it is there are those out there well I mean I mean based on what they're being told right based on the information in the news programs they watch they're they're scared and so they see people across the street at the park in the call the police is ridiculous it's it's it's it's a little bit of an over reaction but you can kind of understand if that person only consumes a certain news outlets of how they would be scared we'll just constitution if if you buy an order mayor saying for example in right did you really that's why I brought it up because the mayor's creating that kind of division here if you prescribe to his way of thinking then you're terrified and the economy start and to move again is is the end of the world I don't care if you were a mess let's just go out and start spending money that's the way I feel the only the only the only people that I I care about is if you have a cough and then it do you damn well better have a mascot but if you're fine you're healthy I don't care either all you gotta cough you probably should be out that's right into it yesterday in the gym nobody was wearing a mask nobody nobody in there and and read that it makes sense because if you're working out kind of you know cannery got a breeze yes if it was wheezing Jabril quick in south Austin jab on the time to don show good morning Jeff Hey Jeff yeah good morning guys are yeah your brain what's on your mind just wanted to inform you my step son who was living in northern California until about February now live in Austin he was in San Francisco for Chinese new year's eve twenty nine years old a grill helping and when he got back home to a small town you then about three days later he got real sick and he had a like a terrible terrible flu for about three or four days he did everything he needed to do to get over it you got over it he's fine and then we got over here we started reading about the symptoms he's absolutely sure you have it but I don't know where to go well not a given tested well you the call you just call your doctor and ask him about the you know the antibodies test and just telling the very same story maybe they can help you out but you know what a gent thanks for your call you're not alone I think a lot of people have a very similar story yeah jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety the tide in gun show you want to sell your home you want to sell it faster you want to get a guaranteed offering seventy two hours so is only one team here in town that could do that and that's the team that Chris waters the inner waters.

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"three days later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"three days later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He's medical director for south Fulton Georgia just outside of Atlanta in fact that patient had corona virus and we are informed by your state authority three days later that that patient had an infection and that we would need to then quarantine the people that were involved in their care first responders including those in south Fulton are under an immense amount of strain these days as they respond to any emergency call car accident fall or other illness I don't know if the patient may also have corona virus so I asked Dr Augustine to tell me about the community in which he served and how his staff is adjusting the community in the city of south Fulton is a blue collar community working people many of them have positions in and around the Atlanta International Airport Hartsfield Jackson the end in the logistics industry that's a big area for warehouses and trucking and the people that live there serve both said the huge warehouses and distribution centers in that area and you know and and moving products that and from there around the whole southeastern part of the country right so these are a lot of the folks who are still working even in this time of flat stay in place orders is that right that that is correct many of the people in those communities are very important to critical goods moving throughout the country so can you tell us what it is like to serve as a first responder as an EMT at this moment in time what is it like for the for the staff that you work with yeah this is a very tough time because they these are people all dedicated to towards going out every time and saving lives and preventing damage if this point though they face the threat that they can get ill as a result of this either themselves or they can take it home to their families or take it back to the fire station where they're based so this is a new threat and one which we typically don't focus on M. and R. two D. serving the community what has changed then as you come on to any sort of seen whether it's a car accident or a call to nine one one are you all doing something different than you were before the corona virus started it yeah it starts when you begin your shift in most of our departments now they check each other's vital signs and check to see if they have any symptoms to make sure that a sick individual is not working that day and this not exposing the community to them they then do an extra amount of work cleaning our apparatus cleaning the the medic units making sure that all of our equipment is clean and that the back of any of our units is kept as sterile as possible so that we don't get anything dirty that we don't have to get dirty they go out on the and they call in on the call they are often times alerted to information that this individual may be stuck with the crown virus and that's that's specifically what we're talking about now and then they begin to prepare themselves and in many cases and in the Atlanta Georgia area in particular we have gone to what we call universal respiratory precautions which means every patient encounter begins with our personnel being in a mask in an eye protection and gloves and they ask the patient to put on a mask so even in our situations where somebody has fallen and and his injured something that's a very unusual unprecedented way about broaching patients is there something that you would like to see federal local state government doing to assist you more and assist the people that you work with in a better way the two pieces that that keeps coming up we don't have enough personal protective equipment in being short on that we've had to set up programs to conserve the personal protective equipment we have available particularly the masks that we use and the second is that testing doesn't allow us to get answers for our people when they're exposed because we can't test the patience rapidly seven you're saying not just testing for your own people the people who are they E. M. S. folks but for patients themselves so that you could know immediately okay that's correct this is when you're done with yeah that's correct the idea is if we had a rapid test of the emergency department available for this like we do for HIV and other infections we could wrap rapidly tell the the EMS personnel you just dealt with a patient who has the infection that we're concerned about and here are the things that you need to do wondering about how it's impacted your life as an emergency physician those folks that you work with on the front lines in terms of just your own personal day to day interactions with family and friends that you've been around people who may be infected how do you integrate we always have a baseline is fear that we won't come home from work intact uninsured and not deal so she is you have people who are very accustomed to dealing with that but in this case it is a slow moving infection in your very concerned did you take that home to your family in some cases our first responders have moved away from their family in some cases these people preferred to stay around the fire station so that they don't really interact with anybody else as this moves along and we seem to have more questions than answers and wondering what it is that you are most worried about in this the the prayer corona viruses have had rather nice up and down patterns very honestly China you know it's now in a point where there have been very few new patients it is our hope that this will follow a similar pattern that the virus will burn out it would be very concerning if it doesn't burn out and if it goes into an extended course it is obviously something that passes transmission wise from person to person very efficiently and if we continue to see the death rates that we have seen in some countries and a prolonged outbreak of this or multiple cycles of it that would be very concerning in the overwhelming of our health system and in many deaths and the destruction of society that we have seen even today Dr Augustine I want to thank you so much for taking this time out and and speaking with me and thank you for taking the time to cover this very important issue and on behalf.

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"three days later" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on KOMO

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"three days later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This radio show fueled by the two locations here in central Florida so let me ask you can anyone become a traitor I mean what does it take to be a successful trader well online trading academy has really built its reputation on teaching average people just the average Joe how to take advantage of the financial markets so the answer the short answer is yes anybody can do this but I would say that there's some unique qualities or characteristics that people have to have within themselves to be to fit into our system because we have a rules based system at our academy there's a process we work through and we know not everybody fits into our process you know we have about four hundred registrations every month and our classes hold twenty five people so not everybody that registers for a class meets the qualifications that that work looking for and and the you know the big one that I think people have to have inside of them is that they have to have a why we're big into the question what is your why and your why is just really your motivation for wanting to do something so somebody comes to the workshop you're essentially saying why are you here why do you want to learn how to trade what we're not trying to be rude to him it's not like why are you here well I that's how it sounded I didn't mean for it to sound like that but yeah I'm saying you like what you know so what what brings you here today what are you hoping to accomplish what do you want to learn yeah what do U. hoping treating can accomplish right you right because you know there are some folks out there that are trying to build a college education fund for their kids some people are trying to have more security and stability in retirement some people are looking to you know buy a new house or move to another part of the country or as you know there's a variety of different things that people are just survive right I mean I've I I know you I know from our previous conversations get a lot of people that that go to the workshop and I want to learn how to trade just because they need to make more money yeah I would be willing to bet that everybody out there that's listening to us right now if they were just to take a second and think what would I do if I could generate another stream of income trading what would I do with that money up it said the vast majority of people could come up with something pretty quick right that they would run with that money because like you said everybody needs more money right order I mean just put a dollar amount on a you can ask yourself what would you do with another five hundred dollars a month or a thousand dollars a month they have two hundred dollars a month ask yourself that what we can you use it do you need it what would you do with it right yeah so what your why that's the biggest question because this this is not a get rich quick scheme this is teaching people how to actually work the markets in a very unique style because we have a patented strategy that we teach so it's it's a very different way of looking at the markets but it is not a situation where you're gonna walk in and you know three days later you're gonna be putting in your resignation at your job and call it quits moving on it's not that way this is something that you're going to build skills and they're going to grow in your understanding of the markets and how to trade and we're gonna put you in a position that you can practice those skills and you can actually really develop the ability to be a traitor so yeah anybody has the ability to do it but I would say also be on your why you also have to be a person it's cultural I don't know if you've ever met people that our culture ball you know people that think they know everything and no one know it all know what all rhyme noril'sk they don't fit in very nicely into what we're trying to accomplish because what the percent the perspective that you have to have an online trading academy is that you have to be willing to accept that maybe there's somebody out there that know something you don't so you have to be willing to learn willing to be coach a bowl and realize you may not know everything even if you think you do right I think there's even traders out there that have been trading for twenty years and they still look at trading and they think man there's a lot I don't know and you know I need some consistency and there's got to be a way to do that well those people are in a great place because they're willing to learn but if your person that thinks that you know every single thing about trading when those people coming to our classes is the craziest thing because you know they're argumentative and we have to ask the question if you think you know everything why are you here right and the answer typically as well I'm just looking for one more thing I'm just wondered if you can give me a tip and my response is typically well if there's one thing that you don't know maybe that's the thing that can make the difference for you and maybe if you listen to the conversation we can share some of that information with you so you do have to be willing to accept new information like I said we have a patented strategy that we teach and it is a very unique look at how the markets work it has to do with following professional order flow so we're not really chasing the little lines around on this chart like most traders do units to cast X. mac these moving averages Bollinger bands we don't do that we are actually chasing banks and institutions around on the charts so very different look I think you also have to be disciplined yeah I'd be willing to follow rules some people struggle with following rules right do you think your rule follower Tony for the most yes are you yeah okay I think that there there are some people that come to our workshop so when I asked that question they say not so much I'm a rebel I don't follow the rules that's right right and I'm okay with that but I do think that you have to be in a place where you say you know what if it's that important I follow rules I can do it because like I said we have a rules based system when it happens you do be would be happy to see if you can follow the rules will do just fine if you can't follow rules are going to struggle especially when it comes to the whole concept of risk management you know we have some very specific risk management guidelines that you've got to work through and you got a follow on otherwise you just gonna check yourself in the foot well I know that being disciplined is a big big part of trading overall and when I come you know you have to understand risk management if you are going to be a successful trader so in order to have risk management or execute and risk management properly I guess would be the charm you know you have to have some discipline exactly I can't just go out there all **** nilly and throw your money start shooting that's right you know what you notice if you throw enough spaghetti up against the wall some of it'll stick right it's that you can't really do that when it comes to trading yeah exactly right and then I would say the last thing that people have to have inside of them is a willingness to try to be decisive to make a decision I think in the markets it's very that's probably the most difficult one for a lot of folks because in order to be decisive you actually have to remove beer and for most people the fear of losing in the markets is the thing that keeps them from actually wanting to participate right nobody wants money fear of losing money yeah nine hi you know I don't like to lose money there's no question about that so here's the number one priority at online trading academy is to teach you how not to lose money that's probably half of what we do all right if you would like to learn skills that may be able.

"three days later" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Of friends of jul gamblers picked out of his house but his wife is a friend of another guy in the place he was a my mattress I no place to sleep the cast was taken no place to go try to get back to my girlfriend's place well that was a good or Hey honey and could never broken up with I I did that I broke up that I can find my dream honey I got to follow my dream I show three days later this island excel yeah not gonna happen so what I did was that night my my buddy had a bar it was a bartender and I slept outside the U. borrowed my car I don't I I didn't have the money for a hotel in like that too proud to call my dad as for money Liz looked in the backseat was no big deal and then the second I slept nicer to lie to the car the third night I slept in the bar they let you yeah yeah hi my choice the first night could wake him up he said he said I said you have a place where I could sleep because yeah the pool table or your car well the backseat the car might be more comfortable in two days that he said no yeah so maybe the pool tables the backseat was horrible I hear some celebrities James Cameron was writing a terminator when he was called barely making ends meet living in this car for a time while he was writing the terminator what do you live in an apartment what Halle berry first moved to New York to become an actress at the age of twenty one she ran out of money and a mother cut her off during that period he stayed in a homeless shelter while still was a shelter though yeah yeah so that's kinda like homeless light yeah home was uneasy there try telling that to somebody on the shelf I know I know I know number three the third with here Dr Phil Dr Phil was twelve he was homeless and living in a car to get the city with his father who was interning as a psychologist okay if your father is interning as the colleges of the best he could do is your car I'm surprised active will follow dad's footsteps well somebody had to get it right I mean I understand be in Portland like figure to a psychologist you interning in college you can get the better than that the legendary jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald was a homeless teenager right away before becoming arguably the best singer so she lived on the streets given the singer jul sure well yeah he was very well there was a very well known yeah she once lived on the streets after boss fired because she wouldn't sleep with them my kids to take over the table to bed she ended up home there's a kick with some you know I mean principles that girls would have done that she ended up homeless for a year she lived in our van live in a van down by the and the S. using a coffee shop's has lived in the van let's see who else Jennifer Lopez left home if you have an argument with her mom and he said sleeping on the sofa dance studio because I was homeless but I told my mom to see what I have to do Harry Houdini the famous magician right away from all the twelve jumping on a freight train teeny that's what Jeannie does that's I believe you expect him to do that not even Houdini could escape the homelessness right could you Keith Morrison okay line of the he would say even Harry Houdini could escape the homelessness polite Steve Kerr a Steve Harvey live this car for three years in the eighties three years yeah and he'd washed up in a hotel bathroom what we would do back then as the whole bath it's something completely different yes stations and swimming pool showers well three years for him that's that's a long stretch well he was doing standup you know I mean I guess he could afford it Hilary Swank the actors of the car with with her mom was he's a teenager they saved up before apartment in LA it also glitter car that Tiffany had a yeah she was living in a car I circled the little store like a documentary about her and she was living in a car and she had a suitcase in the car packed with stuff it made her feel better about being homeless because he felt like if you look at the suitcase he was on a trip well that kind of made it right for enough.

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"three days later" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm Peachtree street at two thirty five I'm surely o'brien news ninety five point five W. as busy at Landis news and talk we go more handle on the law let's try this again Bob better better all right let's go for it okay you can I give you that but you understand but I don't know do any I don't do it again I bought the down my door which I do believe what's for my that's why they busted down my door guns a blazing and and hand claps cleared the house they don't want said they were supposed to take all media regard like my computer why warm regards my cameras and anything else related like my naked all the programmers mostly my main computer server this is almost three years ago they did this hi they put me in jail legend termina lady it was only a ten thousand dollar bond it went from the federal grants to local opponents yeah like I said this is almost three years what is the offense what is the offense you're talking about all up sorry all child all the museum of child porn okay at stake and human trafficking that's great based on where we're going I I I understand child porn I get yeah I I can understand your wife being really vindictive and call the authorities and saying John has child porn okay that's an easy one to a wage what was the basis of the trafficking charge that one I'm interested in I don't know because I have a niece that live with me okay needs not by my right all right got it all right so what happened all right that's the basis I understand now so what so what happened I have a it was supposed to rain need three days later they did posted bail was only ten thousand dollars bail opposed to building muscle surgery needed postponed it for two more weeks what we came up they told all the and it's been almost three years all right I think okay couple things I think you have to get a lawyer clearly right and if it if it was a basis of if your wife of your tax in fact call them up and made the claim in there was actually nothing there are there is she is liable criminally for falling filing a false report that's for starters and you find anything I mean they there was nothing there for them to find it so it's a false report that's the point and that's why you need a lawyer and then what you're going to ask is in honor of the authorities will even let you know who the tipster wise that's an area along that I'm not familiar with but it's definitely time to get a criminal lawyer on this one and find out I have a lot to tell me well you know to the extent your limitations two years and when I called in two years okay defected limitation for years so I'm like I don't know the answer okay it's gonna be four years what you need for your time and I statue then I'm assuming the statute is gone I don't know enough about the statute under those circumstances but you would think if you have mental rain down almost four years ago something was going up for sure all right I John Europe welcome Hey there bill how are you today how horrible what can I do for you well here's the situation though yeah became unemployed a few years back the night I found myself on unemployment yeah you know of the of the way I was raised I got off my **** went back to work all glory to the left in Newburgh drivers okay and well this this past January I got into a car accident was rear ended on the four oh five three way yeah I know I have all kinds of back problems and issues with my sparring in my shoulder yeah well I went to try to get some state assistance yeah well I got the client because I haven't paid into the system in my last pay period they called it so even though I treat him for thirty years I don't qualify for any state assistance our young well there are ground out that a medically disabled enough to qualify for permanent disability throughout stuff sorry but because I I've been working a little bit Hey my bills because other than exactly cheap delivery California I don't qualify under the guidelines for about that far even though I was making under the the twelve hundred dollar a month okay so I don't understand it hold me right so if if the threshold is twelve hundred dollars a month and you're making less than that I don't quite understand I don't understand how they're denying that all right all right so you want to know what to do about this first of all working for lifting over you're not gonna get disability from them because your ten ninety nine contractor subcontractor and there's a huge issue going on with lawsuits now with uber and lift anyway as to whether they should be employees are not employees and that's going through the the system it sounds to me like you are eligible for SSI based on what you just said in terms of the threshold the answer here and I'm not gonna give you the specific answer what I am gonna tell you out yet which I tell so many people because I'm a generalist and and a bad one I might add is you're going to need obviously a lawyer specializing disability and SSI I mean it's just that simple are you there yeah I mean there's no nothing I can do I don't know the forms I don't know where to go but these people do so I'm not it's interesting bell because I made a few phone calls what I'm getting out of the well I can't help you Sir you fall into about weird okay you're talking about you're talking about your time out from lawyers have told you that right yeah I spoke with some disability lawyers now maybe I'm speaking of are all yeah you might you know what go to my website good handle on line are calm we have lawyers who specialize in that field and I see where you go it is possible you do fall through the cracks and that's just the way it goes and then now you unfortunately there really early sucky place the real yeah no and I understand it is a sucky place to be because you're doing everything right and your honorable in your honor I understand no good deed goes unpunished you're better off being a sleaze ball violator criminal I get that goal what I don't know because I'm sitting here behind the microphone in your whole so I don't know or let everybody out there look great yes you're right it is crazy your soul right okay and by the way he is right it is crazy I mean you can get stuck between a rock and a hard place now how often have you heard me say well it took two people here who call me callers well that's just too bad you know I just have to suck it up but usually it's not sucking up like this where are all right you can't get any help that you deserve to get and the technical part of it is kind of weird you with fake that based on missing and I don't know the case I don't know what but John missing one month of putting into the system are somehow he is now in eligible as opposed to simply making up that month and I don't know the rules but that's why you go to a specialist okay this is a handle on the war if you're one of the millions whose identity may have been compromised in the recent breach I am you can be one of the millions who 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"three days later" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Hannity show write down our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. So revealing this new information that we have today as it relates to the transcript closed-door transcript testimony provided by Lisa page. The one thing we we're learning so many new things that oh, yeah. The what we've been telling you the fix was in. It was not a single investigative step that we did not do in consultation with or at the direction of the Justice department, which by the way, even Lisa page admits that's really not the usual protocol the way things happen. And that even Loretta Lynch didn't fully recused herself. Remember what she said to James Komi? It's a matter. Okay. So we know where she was. She felt the Justice department led by Democrats. Yeah. That they would be essentially do everything they can absolve the democratic candidate. That's where we get into the whole gross negligence versus extreme carelessness shift in change by Komi and struck members Lisa pages boyfriend that wrote that in may before even interviewed Clinton in July and three days later. Oh, then they exonerate Clinton. And then for nine months. They investigate Trump. And even by her own words in this closed door testimony. She says we found nothing about Trump or Trump campaign, high collusion of any kind it had gone on for months. And. Contrary to what so many others have said, you know, about an all of this. Now, we also bring into this a lot of other people, including John Brennan who had the dossier, and it brings up the question of him leaky in the Harry Reid. What other what other uses did he have now keep in mind the dossier? Also becomes that Hillary paid for full of Russian lies funneled money that that was everybody was worn by Bruce or we got Bruce horse testimony last week. Thank god. Somebody's just saying if the DOJ won't release it, I'm releasing it? That's congressman Doug Collins. We wouldn't be at this point or not for congressman Devin Nunes, California is the ranking member of the permanent select committee on intelligence, sir. How are you? Doing well, Sean, more and more is coming into focus. The American people are learning the truth. Slowly, you know, you've known a lot more than I have. You know, we have a little team here on our show radio and TV Solomon Carter Jarrett, and I'm gonna forget people. So I don't wanna name everybody. And we've been on peeling a layer of the onion. That's how we describe it imperial when I interview I'd ask you is there anything that. We're saying the trunk. And you'd say no, I'd say you're right over the target. Also said there's a lot more to come. And so slowly, I you call it till him back. The onions I call it run into a brick wall every single day, and eventually, you know, brick by brick we're just breaking it apart. Well, I did you have any time. I know you guys are busy in congress today. Trying to steal our money because Cossio Cortez ones ninety percent of of of taxes on business and seventy percent mortgage tax. But let's go through what you learn from the or testimony and the page testimony in particular that was just released a few hours ago. Well, as as you know, we've had the page testimony for some time because that was part of the task force that we set up last congress. And so the frustrating part of this is is that we've been asking for the department of Justice to release these transcripts for months now. And don't forget there are still about seventy some interviews the house intelligence committee did and then you have to add on the fifteen roughly transcript that the interviews that the task force did. So there's eighty in total of which you've only seen a couple of them. So as this starts to come out. I think what you'll see. Is that all of this is unusual? That's probably the first thing. I would start with the activity that was being undertaken by the Justice department, and the FBI was they would say unusual. I would say more like corruption. But steps that never have been taken before at the DOJ or the FBI starting with the fact that they use the counter intelligence capabilities the capabilities that are used to target terrorists and bad guys overseas, and they turned it onto a political party. She talks about for the first time that there was some verification file as it relates to the dossier. Now, I would argue that that is a complete impossibility considering that under sworn testimony in an interrogatory in Great Britain that in fact, Christopher Steele said he can't corroborate his own dossier. And it's raw intelligence, and he has no idea if it's true at all maybe fifty fifty. So how could anyone corroborate something that the the author of says he can't corroborate? That's impossible. Well, I think what you're going to see when this all when this all comes out. And look there's going to have to be more interviews. They're going to have to be conducted. The best thing that could possibly happen is the department of Justice to actually take a deep look at this and analyze it. But as it comes to the dossier, my personal belief now we don't have anyone who testifies to this yet. Okay. But my personal belief is that Christopher Steele really didn't draft most of that dossier. I believe the dossier was drafted in advance by fusion, GPS and other operatives including Nellie, or by the way, which be the spouse to Bruce, or who was working fusion GPS. I believe the dossier was generated and then they used Christopher Steele. As the guy to put his name on it. And then help to spread it around feed it to places like. Like, the FBI feed it to press outlets b the person who so you're basically saying that Hillary Clinton likely well, by the way, and the FBI apparently they paid Christopher Steele was getting paid by a lot of people for the same work or maybe work. Now, you're saying he didn't do Russian oligarch the FBI the DNC and Hillary. Yes, yes in and probably didn't do much. So, you know, we we've we've now through our investigation we have found, you know, other evidence that's out there about pre existing information. That is that is very similar to what is in the Steele dossier. So so. So I would really existing deal was more of a guy that was just hired to to add his name to it and help spread it. I'm not saying that he didn't add something he could have a couple sources. But the bulk of the information the dossier is not Christopher Steele. And in fact, a lot of this comes from worked at Glenn Simpson did back in the late two thousands. When he was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. So so you're you're saying this is a this was this was literally made at a whole cloth. And then used in abused by the highest ranking people in the DOJ in the FBI who also now we learned a lot today about the DOJ's role in exonerating Clinton. Even though there are obvious. James Baker thought she should be indited for the espionage act. Any intelligent person can would notice thirty three thousand elite at emails and the acid wash the hard drive in the hammers on the devices that's obstruction. So those people that put the fix in. And then they began a rush investigation just days later in July of twenty six thousand nine months later. She testified Lisa page that they had found nothing. Yeah. Well, look, that's that's the date that they're all sticking to. Okay. So they're all thinking to essentially they're fake narrative, which is this whole concept that this five is partner brought a very important intelligence to us, and we had to do nothing. But open up the investigation sounds really nice sounds great to open up to be the reason to open up the investigation into the Trump campaign. However, we don't have any evidence of that. There was no intelligence we have there's there's a lot of information out there that tell. Tells us that the FBI was thick into this all through two thousand sixteen not just starting at the end of July like they like to claim. In other words, you're talking about the some of the highest ranking members of our department of Justice and the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world, not rank and file, but the upper echelon, right? The reason that they kept it. They had to have known what they were doing. So they wanted it to be a counterintelligence investigation because it's silo. It's very few people are read into this. So so they were able to keep it to a very small cadre of people which allowed them to feed all this information in and then boom lo and behold, so there were several people that were bringing in different forms of the dossier into the FBI into the State Department producing what I will call fake news articles based on the dossier. Generating these fake news news articles and spreading them all over the place. Not just not just to the FBI. But in the State Department other places. If you go back, and look you can really find these these stories that look awfully similar to the dossier. That were written in April May June and July of two thousand sixteen this is even before they opened up the counterintelligence investigation at the end of July. Everybody wants to know. And my sources are now telling me that all of these people that did these horrible things are going to be held accountable. Do you believe that well, as you know, because I said this the other night with you on television. And that is that we are preparing a criminal referral based on on on FIS abuse. And other matters is what I will tell you right now. And by other matters, you talking about what you're describing here is the first time I've ever heard you say that Christopher Steele might not have even Britain the dossier. Well, I pretty sure that I don't think that's you know. It's not a big part of the story other than this pretty big to me. Yeah. You know, the people manufactured on a whole cloth allying narrative to. To to stop an elector a presidential election and shifted in favor of their candidate. Then later use it to bludgeon the one that one. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not lessening at all, Sean, my point is that I'm making is is that it shouldn't surprise us that Christopher Steele was working in conjunction with fusion GPS. Glenn simpson. I said earlier in the interview here, and that is that this story originates in two thousand eight two thousands. So Glenn Simpson was involved working for the Wall Street Journal and his wife doing stories on Paul Manafort and Ukraine, and other you know, other types of stories so a lot of the origination. As you can follow it there, then you can follow it too. So remember the fi fa cases supposedly why everybody trusts Christopher Steele. Because at that point. He was you know, this operative working as a former intelligence officer. And if you look at Glenn Simpson's testimony, he work. Worked with he worked with Christopher Steele. Then Bruce or was involved in that if you look at Bruce ores testimony, so all these characters players. Fica, and they all they did. It was just a it was just basically a movie script that they didn't. They just applied to the Trump campaign, and they went with the same movie a lot of the same characters. But the fact of the matter is do you believe Mullins of information?.

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"three days later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hannity show write down our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. So revealing this new information that we have today as it relates to the transcript closed-door transcript testimony provided by Lisa page. The one thing we we're we're learning so many new things that oh, yeah. What we've been telling you the fix was in. There was not a single investigative step that we did not do in consultation with or at the direction of the Justice department, which by the way, even Lisa page admits. Well, that's really not the usual protocol the way things happen. And that even Loretta Lynch didn't fully recused herself. Remember what she that said to James Comey? It's a matter. Okay. So we know where she was. She felt the Justice department led by Democrats. Yeah. That they would be essential. Do everything they can absolve the democratic candidate. That's where we get into the whole gross negligence versus extreme carelessness shift in change by Komi and struck members Lisa pages boyfriend that wrote that in may before even interviewed Clinton in July and three days later. Oh, then they exonerate Clinton. And then for nine months, they investigate Trump and even by her own words in this closed door testimony. She says we found nothing about Trump or Trump campaign high at collusion of any kind. It had gone on for months. And. You know, contrary to what so many others have said, you know, we answering about all of this. Now, we also bring into this a lot of other people, including John Brennan who had the dossier, and it brings up the question of him leaking. The Harry Reid. What other what other uses did he have now keep in mind the dossier? Also becomes that Hillary paid for full of Russian lies funneled money that that was everybody was worn by Bruce or we got Bruce ores testimony last week. Thank god. Somebody's just saying if the DOJ won't release it, I'm releasing it? That's congressman Doug Collins. We wouldn't be at this point or not for congressman Devin Nunes, California is the ranking member of the permanent select committee on intelligence, sir. How are you? Doing well, Sean, more and more is coming into focus. The American people are learning the truth. Slowly, you know, you've known a lot more than I have. I, you know, we have a little team here on our show radio and TV Solomon Carter Jarrett, and I'm gonna forget people. So I don't want to name everybody. And we've been on peeling a layer of the onion. That's how we describe it. When I interview I I'd ask you is there anything that. We're saying that's wrong. And you'd say no, I'd say you're right over the target. Also said there's a lot more to come. And so slowly, I you call it till him back the onion. I call it run into a brick wall every single day, and eventually, you know, brick by brick we're just breaking it apart. Well, did you have any time? I know you guys are busy in congress today. Trying to steal our money because October Cossio Cortez ones ninety percent of of of taxes on business and seventy percent marginal tax. But let's go through what you learn from the or testimony and the page testimony in particular that was just released a few hours ago. Well, as as you know, we've had the page testimony for some time because that was part of the task force that we set up last congress. And so the frustrating part of this is is that we've been asking for the department of Justice to release these transcripts for months now. And don't forget there are still about seventy some interviews the house intelligence committee did and then you have to add on the fifteen roughly a transcript that interviews that the task force did. So there's eighty in total of which you've only seen a couple of them. So as it starts to come out. I think what you'll see is that all of this is unusual. That's probably the first thing I would start with there was the activity that was being undertaken by the Justice department, and the FBI was they would say unusual. I would say more like corruption but steps. That never have been taken before at the DOJ or the FBI starting with the fact that they use the counter intelligence capabilities the capabilities that are used to target terrorists and bad guys overseas, and they turned it onto a political party. She talks about for the first time that there was some verification file as it relates to the dossier. Now, I would argue that that is a complete impossibility considering that under sworn testimony in an interrogatory in Great Britain that in fact, Christopher Steele said he can't corroborate his own dossier. And it's raw intelligence, and he has no idea if it's true at all maybe fifty fifty. So how could anyone corroborate something that the author of says he can't corroborate? That's impossible. Well, I think what you're going to see when this all when this all comes out. And look there's going to have to be more interviews. They're going to have to be conducted. The best thing that could possibly happen is the department of Justice to actually take a deep look at this and analyze it. But as it comes to the dossier, my personal belief now we don't have anyone who testifies to this yet. Okay. But my personal belief is that Christopher Steele really didn't draft most of that dossier. I believe the dossier was drafted in advance by fusion, GPS and other operatives including Nellie, or by the way, which the spouse to Bruce, or who was working fusion GPS. I believe the dossier was generated and then they used Christopher Steele. As the guy to put his name on it. And then help to spread it around feed it to places like. The FBI feed it to press outlets b the person who so you're basically saying that Hillary Clinton likely well, by the way, and the FBI apparently they paid Christopher Steele was getting paid by a lot of people for the same work or maybe work. Now, you're saying you didn't do Russian oligarch the FBI the DNC and Hillary. Yes, yes. And probably didn't do much. So, you know, we we've we've now through our investigation we have found, you know, other evidence that's out there about pre existing information. That is that is very similar to what is in the Steele dossier. So so I would really existing deal was more of a guy that was just hired to to add his name to it and help spread it. I'm not saying that he didn't add something he could have a couple sources, but the bulk of the information and the dossier is not Christopher Steele. And in fact, a lot of this comes. From worked at Glenn Simpson. Did back in the late two thousands. When he was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. So so you're you're saying this is a this was this was literally made at a whole cloth. And then used in abused by the highest ranking people in the DOJ in the FBI who also now we learned a lot today about the DOJ's role in exonerating Clinton. Even though there are obvious. Even James Baker thought she should be indited for the espionage act. Any intelligent person can would notice thirty three thousand deleted emails and the acid wash of the hard drive in the is on the devices that's obstruction. So those people that put the fix in. And then they began a rush investigation just days later in July of twenty six thousand nine months later. She testified Lisa page that they had found nothing. Yeah. Well, look, that's that's the date that there. Are all sticking to. Okay. So they're all making to essentially they're fake narrative, which is this whole concept that this five is partner brought a very important intelligence to us, and we had to do nothing. But open up the investigation sounds really nice. Sounds great. To open up to be the reason to open up the investigation into the Trump campaign. However, we don't have any evidence of that. I mean, there there was no intelligence we have there's there's a lot of information out there. That tells us that the FBI was thick into this all through two thousand sixteen not just starting at the end of July like they'd like to claim. In other words, you're you're talking about. The some of the highest ranking members of our department of Justice and the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world, not rank and file, but the upper echelon, right? The reason that they kept it. They had to have known what they were doing. So they wanted it to be a counterintelligence investigation because it's silo. It's very few people are read into this. So so they were able to keep it to a very small Qadri of people which allowed them to feed all this information in and then boom lo and behold, so there were several people that we're bringing in different forms of the dossier into the FBI into the State Department producing what I will call fake news articles based on the dossier, generating these fake news news articles, and spreading them all over the place. Not just not just to the FBI but into the State Department other places. If you go back, and look you can really find these these stories that look awfully similar to the dossier. That were written in April May June July of two thousand and sixteen. This is even before they open up the counterintelligence investigation at the end of July. Everybody wants to know. And my sources are now telling me that all of these people that did these horrible things are going to be held accountable. Do you believe that well, as you know, because I said this the other night with you on television. And that is that we are preparing a criminal referral based on on on FIS abuse. And other matters is what I will tell you right now. And by other matters, you talking about what you're describing here is the first time I've ever heard you say that Christopher Steele might not have even Britain a dossier. Well, I'm pretty sure that I don't think that's you know. It's not a big part of the story other than this pretty big to me. Yeah. You know that the people manufactured on a whole cloth allying narrative to to to stop an elector a presidential election and shifted in favor of their candidate. Then later use it to bludgeon the one that one. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not lessening at all, Sean what my point is making is is that it shouldn't surprise us that Christopher Steele was working in conjunction with fusion GPS in Clinton's. Simpson. I said earlier in the interview here, and that is that this story originates in two thousand late two thousands. So Glenn Simpson was involved working for the Wall Street Journal and his wife doing stories on Paul Manafort and Ukraine, and other you know, other types of stories so a lot of the origination. You can follow it there. Then you can follow it to fee. I so remember the fi fa cases supposedly why everybody trusts Christopher Steele. Because at that point. He was you know, this. Operative working as a former intelligence officer. And if you look at Glen Simpson's testimony he worked with he worked with Christopher Steele. Then Bruce or was involved in that if you look at Bruce or testimony, so all these characters name players, and they all they did..

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15:21 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Hannity show. Write down our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. So revealing this new information that we have today as it relates to the transcript closed-door transcript testimony provided by Lisa page. The one thing we we're we're learning so many new things that oh, yeah. What we've been telling you the fix was in. There was not a single investigative step that we did not do in consultation with or at the direction of the Justice department, which by the way, even Lisa page admits that's really not the usual protocol the way things happen. And that even Loretta Lynch didn't fully recuse herself. Remember what she that said to James Komi? It's a matter. Okay. So we know where she was. She felt the Justice department led by Democrats. Yeah. That they would be essentially do everything they can absolve the democratic candidate. That's where we get into the whole gross negligence versus extreme carelessness shift in. Change by Komi and struck members. Lisa pages boyfriend that wrote that in may before even interviewed Clinton in July and three days later. Oh, then they exonerate Clinton. And then for nine months. They investigate Trump. And even by her own words in this closed door testimony. She says we found nothing about Trump or Trump campaign, high collusion of any kind it had gone on for months. And. Contrary to what so many others have said, you know, about an all of this. Now, we also bring into this a lot of other people, including John Brennan who had the dossier. Then it brings up the question of him leaky and a Harry Reid. What other what other uses did he have now keep in mind the dossier? Also becomes that Hillary paid for full of Russian lies funneled money that that was everybody was worn by Bruce or we got Bruce ores testimony last week. Oh, thank God. Somebody's just saying if the DOJ won't release it, I'm releasing it? That's congressman Doug Collins. We wouldn't be at this point or not for congressman Devin Nunes, California. He's the ranking member of the permanent select committee on intelligence, sir. How are you? Doing well, Sean, more and more is coming into focus. The American people are learning the truth. Slowly, you know, you've known a lot more than I have. I, you know, we have a little team here on our show radio and TV Solomon Carter Jarrett, and I'm going to forget people. So I don't wanna name everybody, and we've been appealing a layer of the onion. That's how we describe it. When I interview I'd ask you is there anything that. We're saying the wrong, and you'd say no, I'd say you're right over the target. Also said there's a lot more to come. And so slowly, I you call it tilling back the onions, I call it running into a brick wall every single day, and eventually, you know, brick by brick we're just breaking it apart. Well, did you have any time? No, you guys are busy in congress today. Trying to steal our money because October Cossio Cortez ones ninety percent of the of of taxes on business and seventy percent marginal tax. But let's go through what you learn from the or testimony and the page testimony in particular that was just released a few hours ago. Well, as as you know, we've had the page testimony for some time because that was part of the task force that we set up last congress. And so the frustrating part of this is is that we've been asking for the department of Justice to release these transcripts for months now. And don't forget there are still about seventy some interviews the house intelligence committee did and then you have to add on the fifteen roughly transcripts the interviews that the task force did. So there's eighty and total and up which you've only seen a couple of them. So out this starts to come out. I think what you'll see. Is that all of this is unusual? That's probably the first thing. I would start with the activity that was being undertaken by the Justice department, and the FBI was they would say unusual. I would say more like corruption. But steps that never have been taken before at the DOJ or the FBI starting with the fact that they used the counter intelligence capabilities the capabilities that are used to target terrorists and bad guys overseas, and they turned it onto a political party. She talks about for the first time that there was some verification file as it relates to the dossier. Now, I would argue that that is a complete impossibility considering that under sworn testimony in rogatory in Great Britain that in fact, Christopher Steele said he can't corroborate his own dossier. And it's raw intelligence, and he has no idea if it's true at all maybe fifty fifty. So how could anyone corroborate something that the author of says he can't corroborate? That's impossible. Well, I think what you're going to see when this all when this all comes out. And look there's going to have to be more interviews are going to have to be conducted. The best thing that could possibly happen is the department of Justice to actually take a deep look at this and analyze it. But as it comes to the dossier, my personal belief now we don't have anyone who testifies to this yet. Okay. But my personal belief is that Christopher Steele really didn't draft most of that dossier. I believe the dossier was drafted in advance by fusion, GPS and other operatives including Nellie, or by the way, which be the spouse to Bruce, or who was working fusion GPS. I believe the dossier was generated and then they used Christopher Steele. As the guy to put his name on it. And then help to spread it around feed it to places like the FBI feed, it to press outlets b the person who so you're basically saying that Hillary Clinton likely well, by the way, and the FBI apparently they paid Christopher Steele was getting paid by a lot of people for the same work or maybe work. Now, you're saying you didn't do a Russian oligarch the FBI the DNC and Hillary. Yes, yes. And probably didn't do much. So, you know, we we've we've now through our investigation we have found, you know, other. Evidence. That's out there about pre existing information. That is that is very similar to what is in the Steele dossier. So so I would really existing was more of a guy that was just hired to to add his name to it and help spread it. I'm not saying that he didn't add something he could have a couple sources, but the bulk of the information and the dossier is not Christopher Steele. And in fact, a lot of this comes from worked at Glenn Simpson did back in the late two thousands. When he was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. So so you're you're saying this is a this was this was literally made out of whole cloth. And then used and abused by the highest ranking people in the DOJ in the FBI who also now we learned a lot today about the DOJ's role in exonerating Clinton, even though they're obvious. Even James Baker thought she should be indited for the act any intelligent person can would notice thirty three thousand deleted emails and the acid wash of the hard drive in the hammers on the devices that's obstruction. So those people that put the fix in. And then they began a Russian investigation just days later in July of twenty six thousand nine months later. She testified Lisa page that they had found nothing. Yeah. Well, look, that's that's the date that they're all sticking to. Okay. So they're all thinking to essentially they're fake narrative, which is this whole concept that this five is partner brought a very important intelligence to us, and we had to do nothing. But open up the investigation sounds really nice. Sounds great. To open up to be the reason to open up the investigation into the Trump campaign. However, we don't have any evidence of that. I mean, there there was no intelligence we have there's there's a lot of information out there. That tells us that the FBI was thick into this all through two thousand sixteen not just starting at the end of July like they like to claim another. You're talking about the some of the highest ranking members of our department of Justice and the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world, not rank and file, but the upper echelon, right? Did they reason that they kept it that they had to have known what they were doing. So they wanted it to be a counterintelligence investigation because it's silo to it's very few people are read into this. So so they were able to keep it to a very small cadre of people which allowed them to feed all this information in and then boom. And behold, so there were several people that we're bringing in different forms of the dossier into the FBI into the State Department producing what I will call fake news articles based on the dossier, generating these fake news news articles, and spreading them all over the place. Not just not just to the FBI, but into the State Department other places where if you go back, and look you can really find these these stories that look awfully similar to the dossier. That were written in April May June and July of two thousand and sixteen. This is even before they open up the counterintelligence investigation at the end of July. Everybody wants to know. And my sources are now telling me that all of these people that did these horrible things are going to be held accountable. Do you believe that? Well, well, as you know, because I said this the other night. I'm with you on television. And that is that we are preparing a criminal referral based on on on FIS abuse. And other matters is what I will tell you right now. And by other matters, you talking about what you're describing here is the first time I've ever heard you say that Christopher Steele might not have even Britain the dossier. Well, I'm pretty sure that I don't think that's you know. It's not a big part of the story. Other than pretty big to me. Yeah. You know, the people manufactured on a whole cloth allying narrative to. To stop an elector presidential election and shifted in favor their candidate then later use it to bludgeon the one that one. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not letting at all, Sean, what my point is that I'm making is is that it shouldn't surprise us that Christopher Steele was working in conjunction with fusion GPS. Glenn simpson. I said earlier in the interview here, and that is that this story originates in two thousand the late two thousands. So Glenn Simpson was involved working for the Wall Street Journal and his wife doing stories on Paul Manafort and Ukraine, and other you know, other types of stories so a lot of the origination. You can follow it there. Then you can follow it to fief. I so remember the fi fa cases supposedly why everybody trusts Christopher Steele. Because at that point. He was you know, this operative working as a former intelligence officer. And if you look at Glenn Simpson's testimony. He worked with he worked with Christopher Steele. Then Bruce or was involved in that if you look at Bruce or testimony all these characters name plan. And then they all they did. It was just a it was just basically a movie script that they didn't. They just apply to the Trump campaign, and they went with the same movie a lot of the same characters. But the fact of the matter is do you believe Muller of information? And you don't think Muller's gonna find any collusion because there was not. Well, there's definitely no collusion. Now. What what concerns me is is that is that really it's molar in his team. That are colluding. Okay. So whitesman who's running the operation the shoes? News on anyone. I said this from the from the get-go. All right. I want to get back up real quick kind of had Adam shift got all worked up because you went over to the White House, then you had to recuse yourself ethics complaint, which by the way, you've been exonerated as I understand ten of his office people to go to see Michael Cohen before his testimony. And I believe that that he himself has told lies to the American people. And you know, what he knew and he did it any way to advance the false narrative. Is that true? Yeah. We'll remember. It was right at two years ago every left wing organization in America, including all the media started just pouring gasoline for lack of a better term all over me with fake news stories, and then they came out and said that I disclose something to the White House. So I did the honorable thing. And I said look there was no information disclosed why don't you guys? Just take a look at this. If you want to that's fine. So they so the ethics committee was supposed to just look at this and dismiss it. Well, the fact of the matter is. Then it became political and got held up for eight months, even though they had absolutely no shred of evidence ever that I had disclosed anything. And so then you fast forward you look at what's happening today. And the fact of of you know, this look this is witness tampering. Okay. Witness coaching. I'm doing here. Now, that's not illegal in the legislative sense. You know, there's nothing illegal that that shift did or his people. But it sure doesn't it? It looks ridiculous. Right. I mean, if we had done that over the last couple of years, they would have been calling for all of us to be removed from the from the house intelligence committee. Wow. Wow. This is a mind numbing. All right. Devin newness you've been a rockstar and all those taken a lot of heat. And I wasn't for you. Now, Doug Collins, Ed meadows, and Jordan, and Radcliffe and a few others. I we'd never be here. And this every every day, we we bust out another brick so we're going to we're hoping to last question referral. How much more information based we got the Lisa page testimony today how much more out there is there that it'd be like is a massive amounts of information. We haven't gotten yet there's still there's.

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"three days later" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

14:46 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Show write down our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. So revealing this new information that we have today as it relates to the transcript closed-door transcript testimony provided by Lisa page. The one thing we we're we're learning so many new things that. Oh, yeah. What we've been telling you the fix was in. There was not a single investigative staff that we did not do in consultation with or at the direction of the Justice department, which by the way, even Lisa page admits that's really not the usual protocol the way things happen. And that even Loretta Lynch didn't fully recuse herself. Remember when she that said to James Komi. It's a matter. Okay. So we know where she was. She felt the Justice department led by Democrats. Yeah. That they would be essentially do everything they can absolve the democratic candidate. That's where we get into the whole gross negligence versus extreme carelessness shift in change by Komi and struck members Lisa pages boyfriend that wrote that in may before even interviewed Clinton in July and three days later. Oh, then they exonerate Clinton. And then for nine months. They investigate Trump. And even by her own words in this closed door testimony. She says we found nothing about Trump or Trump campaign, high collusion of any kind it had gone on for months. And. Contrary to what so many others have said, you know, we answering about an all of this. Now, we also bring into this a lot of other people, including John Brennan who had the dossier, and it brings up the question of him leaky in the Harry Reid. What other what other uses did he have now keep in mind the dossier? Also becomes that Hillary paid for full of Russian lies funneled money that that was everybody was warned by Bruce or we got Bruce oars testimony last week. Thank god. Somebody's just saying if the DOJ won't release it, I'm releasing it? That's congressman Doug Collins. We wouldn't be at this point or not for congressman Devin, Nunez, California is the ranking member of the permanent select committee on intelligence, sir. How are you? Doing well, Sean, more and more is coming into focus. The American people are learning the truth. Slowly, you know, you've known a lot more than I have. You know, we have a little team here on our show radio and TV Solomon Carter Jarrett, and I'm going to forget people. So I don't want to name everybody. And we've been on peeling a layer of the onion. That's how we describe it. Imperial when I interview I I'd ask you is there anything that. We're saying the wrong, and you'd say no, I'd say you're right over the target. Also said there's a lot more to come. And so slowly. Yeah. You call it back the onion. I call it run into a brick wall every single day, and eventually, you know, brick by brick we're just breaking it apart. Well, I did you have any time. I know you guys are busy in congress today. Trying to steal our money because October Cossio Cortez ones ninety percent of of of taxes on business and seventy percent marginal tax. But let's go through what you learn from the or testimony and the page testimony in particular that was just released a few hours ago. Well, as as you know, we've had the page testimony for some time because that was part of the task force that we set up last congress. And so the frustrating part of this is is that we've been asking for the department of Justice to release these transcripts for much now. And don't forget there are still about seventy some interviews the house intelligence committee did and then you have to add on the fifteen roughly transcripts that interviews that the task force did. So there's eighty in total of which you've only seen a couple of them. So at this starts to come out. I think what you'll see. All of this is unusual. That's probably the first thing. I would start with the activity that was being undertaken by the Justice department, and the FBI was they would say unusual. I would say more like corruption. But steps that never have been taken before at the DOJ or the FBI starting with the fact that they use the counter intelligence capabilities the capabilities that are used to target terrorists and bad guys overseas, and they turned it onto a political party. She talks about for the first time that there was some verification file as it relates to the dossier. Now, I would argue that that is a complete impossibility considering that under sworn testimony in interrogatory in Great Britain that in fact, Christopher Steele said he can't corroborate his own dossier and its raw intelligence, and he has no idea if it's true at all maybe fifty fifty. So how could anyone corroborate something that the the author of says he can't corroborate? That's impossible. Well, I think what you're going to see when this all this all comes out. And look there's going to have to be more interviews are going to have to be conducted. The best thing that could possibly happen is the department of Justice to actually take a deep look at this and analyze it. But as it comes to the dossier, my personal belief now we don't have anyone who testifies to this yet. Okay. But my personal belief is that Christopher Steele really didn't draft most of that dossier. I believe the dossier was drafted in advance by fusion, GPS and other operatives including Nellie, or by the way, which be the spouse to Bruce, or who was working fusion GPS. I believe the dossier was generated and then they used Christopher Steele. As the guy to put his name on it. And then help to spread it around feed it to places like the FBI feed it to press outlets b the person who so you're basically saying that Hillary Clinton likely, oh, by the way, and the FBI apparently they paid Christopher Steele was getting paid by a lot of people for the same work or maybe work. Now, you're saying he didn't do was Russian oligarch the FBI the DNC and Hillary. Yes, yes. In in probably didn't do much. You know, we we've we've now through our investigation we have found other evidence that's out there about pre existing information. That is that is very similar to what is in the Steele dossier. So so I would pre existing deal was more of a guy that was just hired to to add his name to it and help spread it. I'm not saying that he didn't add something he could have a couple sources, but the bulk of the information and the dossier is not Christopher Steele. And in fact, a lot of this comes from worked at Glenn Simpson did back in the late two thousands. When he was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. So so you're you're saying this is a this was this was literally made out of whole cloth. And then used in abused by the highest ranking people in the DOJ in the FBI who Now, we learned a lot today about the DOJ's role in exonerating Clinton, even though they're obviously even James Baker thought she should be indited for the project any intelligent person can would notice thirty three thousand at emails and the acid wash the hard drive in the hammer is on the devices that's obstruction. So those people that put the fix in. And then they began a rush investigation just days later in July of twenty six thousand nine months later. She testified Lisa page that they had found nothing. Yeah. Well, look, that's that's the date that they're all sticking to. Okay. So they're all essentially they're fake narrative, which is this whole concept that this five is partner brought a very important intelligence to us, and we had to do nothing, but open up the investigation sounds really nice sounds great to open up to be the reason to open up the investigation into the Trump campaign. However, we don't have any evidence of that. There was no intelligence we have there's there's a lot of information out there. That tells us that the FBI was thick into this all through two thousand sixteen not just starting at the end of July like they'd like to claim. In other words, you're talking about the subway. The highest ranking members of our department of Justice and the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world, not rank and file, but the upper echelon, right? The reason that they kept it that they had to have known what they were doing. So they wanted it to be a counterintelligence investigation because it's silo. It's very few people are read into this. So so they were able to keep it to a very small cadre of people which allowed them to feed all this information in and then boom low and behold, so there were several people that we're bringing in different forms of the dossier into the FBI into the State Department producing what I will call fake news articles based on the dossier, generating these fake news news articles, and spreading them all over the place. Not just not just to the FBI. But in the State Department other places. If you go back, and look you can really find these these stories that look awfully similar to the dossier. That were written in April May June and July of two thousand and sixteen. This is even before they open up the counterintelligence investigation at the end of July. Everybody wants to know. And my sources are now telling me that all of these people that did these horrible things are going to be held accountable. Do you believe that? Well, all as you know, because I said this the other night with you on television. And that is that we are preparing a criminal referral based on on on FIS abuse. And other matters is what I will tell you right now. And by other matters you talking about what you're describing here. This is the first time I've ever heard you say that Christopher Steele might not have even written the dossier. Well, I'm pretty sure that I don't think that's you know. It's not a big part of the story other than this pretty big to me. Yeah. You know, the that people manufactured on a whole cloth allying narrative to to to stop an elector presidential election and shifted in favor of their candidate. Then later use it to bludgeon the one that one. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not lessening at all showing what my point is that I'm making is is that it shouldn't surprise us that Christopher Steele was working in conjunction with fusion GPS. Glenn simpson. I said earlier in the interview here, and that is that this story originates in two thousand eight two thousand so Glenn Simpson was involved working for the Wall Street Journal and his wife doing stories on Paul Manafort, and Ukraine and other other types of stories. So a lot of the origination. You can follow it there. Then you can follow it to fee. I so remember the fi fa cases supposedly why everybody trusts Christopher Steele. Because at that point. He was you know, this. Operative working, you know, as a former intelligence officer. And if you look at Glen Simpson's testimony he worked with he worked with Christopher Steele. Then Bruce or was involved in that if you look at Bruce or testimony to all these characters. And they all they did. It was just a it was just basically a movie script that they didn't. They just applied to the Trump campaign, and they went with the same movie a lot of the same characters. But the fact of the matter is do you believe Mullins of information, and you don't think Muller's gonna find any collusion because there was not? Well, there is definitely no collusion. Now. What what concerns me is is that is that you know, really it's molar in his team. That are colluding. Okay. So whitesman who's running the operation the shoes? I said this from the from the get-go. All right. I want to get back up real quick kind of had them shift. Got all worked up because you went over to the White House, then you had to recuse yourself ethics complaint, which by the way, you've been exonerated as I understand ten of his office people to go to see Michael Cohen before his testimony. And I believe that that he himself has told lies to the American people. And you know, what he knew and he did it any way to advance the false narrative. Is that true? Yeah. We'll remember. It was right at two years ago every left wing organization in America, including all the media started just pouring gasoline deliver lack of a better term all over me with fake news stories, and then they came out and said that I disclose something to the White House. So I did the honorable thing. And I said look there was no information disclosed why don't you guys? Just take a look at this. If you want to that's fine. So they so the ethics committee was to just look at this and dismiss it. Well, the fact of the matter is is. Then it became political. And it got held up for eight months, even though they had absolutely no shred of evidence ever that I had disposed anything. And so then you fast forward you look at what's happening today. And the fact of of this look this is witness tampering. Okay. Witness coaching. Later doing here. Now, that's not illegal in the legislative sense. You know, there's nothing illegal that that shift did or his people. But it sure doesn't it looks ridiculous. Right. I mean, if we had done that over the last couple of years, they would have been calling for all of us to be removed from the from the.

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13:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Show write down our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. So revealing this new information that we have today as it relates to the transcript closed-door transcript testimony provided by Lisa page. The one thing we we're we're learning so many new things that oh, yeah. The what we've been telling you the fix was in. There was not a single investigative staff that we did not do in consultation with or at the direction of the Justice department, which by the way, even Lisa page admits as well, that's really not the usual protocol the way things happen. And that even Loretta Lynch didn't fully recused herself. Remember what she that said to James Comey? It's a matter. Okay. So we know where she was. She felt the Justice department led by Democrats. Yeah. That they would be essentially do everything they can absolve the democratic candidate. That's where we get into the whole gross negligence. Versus extreme carelessness shift in change by Komi and struck members Lisa pages boyfriend that wrote that in may before even interviewed Clinton in July and three days later. Oh, then they exonerate Clinton. And then for nine months. They investigate Trump. And even by her own words in this closed door testimony. She says we found nothing about Trump or Trump campaign, high collusion of any kind it had gone on for months. And. You know, contrary to what so many others have said, you know, the answering about an all of this. Now, we also bring into this a lot of other people, including John Brennan who had the dossier, and it brings up the question of him leaky, the Harry Reid. What other what other uses did he have now keep in mind the dossier? Also becomes that Hillary paid for full of Russian lies funneled money that that was everybody was worn by Bruce Bruce ores testimony last week. Oh, thank God. Somebody's just saying if the DOJ won't release it, I'm releasing it? That's congressman Doug Collins. We wouldn't be at this point or not for congressman Devin Nunes of California is the ranking member of the permanent select committee on intelligence, sir. How are you? Doing well, Sean, more and more is coming into focus. The American people are learning the truth. Slowly, you know, you've known a lot more than I have. I, you know, we have a little team here on our show radio and TV Solomon Carter Jarrett, and I'm going to forget people. So I don't wanna name everybody, and we've been appealing a layer of the onion. That's how we describe it imperial when I interview I I'd ask you is there anything that. We're saying the trong. And you'd say no, I'd say you're right over the target. Also said there's a lot more to come. So slowly, I you call it till him back the onion. I call it run into a brick wall every single day, and eventually, you know, brick by brick we're just breaking it apart. Well, I did you have any time. I know you guys are busy in congress today. Trying to steal our money because October Cossio Cortez wants ninety percent of of of taxes on business and seventy percent marginal tax. But let's go through what you learn from the or testimony and the page testimony in particular that was just released a few hours ago. Well, as as you know, we've had the page testimony for some time because that was part of the task force that we set up last congress. And so the frustrating part of this is is that we've been asking for the department of Justice to release these transcripts for months now. And don't forget there are still about seventy some interviews the house intelligence committee did and then you have to add on the fifteen roughly transcripts that. The interviews that the task force did. So there's eighty in total of which you've only seen a couple of them. So as it starts to come out. I think what you'll see is that all of this is unusual. That's probably the first thing I would start with there was the activity that was being undertaken by the Justice department, and the FBI was they would say unusual. I would say more like corruption. But steps that never have been taken before at the DOJ or the FBI starting with the fact that they use the counter intelligence capabilities the capabilities that are used to target terrorists and bad guys overseas, and they turned it onto a political party. She talks about for the first time that there was some verification file as it relates to the dossier. Now, I would argue that that is a complete impossibility considering that under sworn testimony in interrogatory in Great Britain that in fact, Christopher Steele said he can't corroborate his own dossier. And it's raw intelligence, and he has no idea if it's true at all maybe fifty fifty. So how could anyone corroborate something that the the author of says he can't corroborate? That's impossible. Well, I think what you're going to see when this all when this all comes out. And look there's going to have to be more interviews. We're going to have to be conducted. The best thing that could possibly happen is the department of Justice to actually take a deep look at this and analyze it. But as it comes to the dossier, my personal belief now we don't have anyone who testifies to this yet. Okay. My personal belief is that Christopher Steele really didn't draft most of that dossier. I believe the dossier was drafted in advance by fusion, GPS and other operatives including Nellie, or by the way, which be the spouse to Bruce, or who was working fusion GPS. I believe the dossier was generated and then they used Christopher Steele. As the guy to put his name on it. And then help to spread it around feed it to places like the FBI feed, it to press outlets b the person who so you're basically saying that Hillary Clinton likely well, by the way, and the FBI apparently they paid Christopher Steele was getting paid by a lot of people for the same work or maybe work. Now, you're saying you didn't do Russian oligarch the FBI the DNC and Hillary. Yes, yes. And probably didn't do much. So, you know, we we've we've now through our investigation we have found, you know, other. Evidence. That's out there about pre existing information. That is that is very similar to what is in the Steele dossier. So so I would pre existing deal was more of a guy that was just hired to to add his name to it and help spread it. I'm not saying that he didn't add something he could have a couple sources, but the bulk of the information and the dossier is not Christopher Steele. And in fact, a lot of this comes from work that Glenn Simpson did back in the late two thousands. When he was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. So so you're you're saying this is a this was this was literally made out a whole cloth. And then used in abused by the highest ranking people in the DOJ in the FBI who also now we learned a lot today about the DOJ's role in exonerating Clinton. Even though there are obvious. Even James Baker thought she should be indited for the espionage act. Any intelligent person can would notice thirty three thousand deleted emails and the acid wash of the hard drive in the hammer is on the devices that's obstruction. So those people that put the fix in. And then they began a Russian investigation just days later in July of twenty sixty nine months later. She testified Lisa page that they had found nothing. Yeah. Well, look, that's that's the date that they're all sticking to. Okay. So they're all to essentially they're fake narrative, which is this whole concept that this five is partner brought a very important intelligence to us, and we had to do nothing. But open up the investigation sounds really nice sounds great to open up to be the reason to open up the investigation into the Trump campaign. However, we don't have any evidence of that. I mean, there there was no intelligence we have there's there's a lot of information out there that. Tells us that the FBI was thick into this all through two thousand sixteen not just starting at the end of July like they'd like to claim. In other words, you you're talking about. The some of the highest ranking members of our department of Justice and the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world, not rank and file, but the upper echelon, right? Did they reason that they kept it? They had to have known what they were doing. So they wanted it to be a counterintelligence investigation because it's silo. It's very few people are read into this. So. So they were able to keep it to very small Qadri people which allowed them to feed all this information in and then boom lo and behold, so there were several people that we're bringing in different forms of the dossier into the FBI into the State Department producing what I will call fake news articles based on the dossier, generating these fake news news articles, and spreading them all over the place. Not just not just to the FBI. But in the State Department other places if you go back, and look you can really find these these stories that look awfully similar to the dossier. That were written in April May June July of two thousand and sixteen. This is even before they open up the counterintelligence investigation at the end of July. Everybody wants to know. And my sources are now telling me that all of these people that did these. Horrible things are going to be held accountable. Do you believe that? Well, well, as you know, because I said this the other night with you on television. And that is that we are preparing a criminal referral based on on on FIS abuse. And other matters is what I will tell you right now. And my other matters you talking about what you're describing here. This is the first time I've ever heard you say that Christopher Steele might not have even Britain dossier. Well, I'm pretty sure that I don't think that's. You know, it's not a big part of the story. Other than pretty big to me. Yeah. You know, the that people manufactured on a whole cloth allying narrative to. To to stop an elector a presidential election and shifted in favor of their candidate. Then later use it to bludgeon the one that one. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not lessening. It all Sean what my point is making is is that it shouldn't surprise us that Christopher Steele was working in conjunction with GPS. Glenn simpson. Don't so don't forget, I said earlier in the interview here, and that is that this story originates in two thousand eight two thousand so so Glenn Simpson was involved working for the Wall Street Journal and his wife doing stories on Paul Manafort, and Ukraine and other other types of stories so a lot of the origination. As you can follow it there, then you can follow it to fee. I remember the fi fa cases supposedly why everybody trusts Christopher Steele. Because at that point. He was you know, this operative working as a former intelligence officer. And if you look at Glenn Simpson's testimony he worked with he worked with Christopher Steele. Then Bruce or was involved in that if you look at Bruce or testimony, so all these characters name visa, and then they they all they did. It was just a it was just basically a movie script that they didn't. They just applied to the Trump campaign, and they went with the same movie a lot of the same characters. But the fact of the matter is do you believe Muller of information, and you don't think Muller's gonna find any collusion because there was no. Well, there was definitely no collusion. Now. What what concerns me is? Is that is that, you know, really? It's molar in his team. That are colluding. Okay. So whitesman who's running the operation the shoes? Anyone I said this from the from the get-go?.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Show write down our toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. So revealing this new information that we have today as it relates to the transcript closed-door transcript testimony provided by Lisa page. The one thing we we're we're learning so many new things that oh, yeah. What we've been telling you the fix was in. It was not a single investigative step that we did not do in consultation with or at the direction of the Justice department, which by the way, even Lisa page admits as well, that's really not the usual protocol the way things happen. And that even Loretta Lynch didn't fully recuse herself. Remember what she that said to James combing? It's a matter. Okay. So we know where she was. She felt the Justice department led by Democrats. Yeah. That they would be essentially do everything they can absolve the democratic candidate. That's where we get into the whole gross negligence versus extreme carelessness shift in change by Komi and struck. Remember was Lisa pages boyfriend that wrote that in may before even interviewed Clinton in July and three days later. Oh, then they exonerate Clinton. And then for nine months, they investigate Trump and even by her own words in this closed door testimony. She says we found nothing about Trump or Trump campaign high at it had gone on for months. And. Contrary to what so many others have said, you know, about an all of this. Now, we also bring into this a lot of other people, including John Brennan who had the dossier. Then it brings up the question of him leaky in the Harry Reid. What other what other uses did he have now keep in mind the dossier? Also becomes that Hillary paid for full of Russian lies funneled money that that was everybody was worn by Bruce or we got Bruce ores testimony last week. Thank god. Somebody's just saying if the DOJ won't release it, I'm releasing it? That's congressman Doug Collins. We wouldn't be at this point or not for congressman Devin Nunes, California. He's the ranking member of the permanent select committee on intelligence, sir. How are you? Doing well, Sean, more and more is coming into focus. The American people are learning the truth. Slowly, you know, you've known a lot more than I have. We have a little team here on our show radio and TV Solomon Carter Jarrett, and we're gonna forget people. So I don't wanna name everybody. And we've been appealing a layer of the onion. That's how we describe it. When I interview I'd ask you is there anything that. We're saying that's wrong. And you'd say no, I'd say you're right over the target. Also said there's a lot more to come. And so slowly you call it tilling back the onion. I call it run into a brick wall every single day, and eventually, you know, brick by brick we're just breaking it apart. Well, did you have any time? No, you guys are busy in congress today. Trying to steal our money because October Cossio Cortez wants ninety percent of of of taxes on business and seventy percent mortgage tax. But let's go through what you learn from the or testimony and the page testimony in particular that was just released a few hours ago. Well, as as you know, we've had the page testimony for some time because that was part of the task force that we set up last congress. And so the frustrating part of this is is that we've been asking for the department of Justice to release these transcripts for months now. And don't forget there are still about seventy some interviews the house intelligence committee did and then you have to add on the fifteen roughly transcripts that interviews that the task force did so there's eighty and total in which you've only seen a couple of them. So this starts to come out. I think what you'll see. Is that all of this is unusual? That's probably the first thing. I would start with the activity that was being undertaken by the Justice department, and the FBI was they would say unusual. I would say more like corruption. But steps that never have been taken before at the DOJ or the FBI starting with the fact that they use the counter intelligence capabilities the capabilities that are used to target terrorists and bad guys overseas, and they turned it onto a political party. She talks about for the first time that there was some verification file as it relates to the dossier. Now, I would argue that that is a complete impossibility considering that under sworn testimony in an interrogatory in Great Britain that in fact, Christopher Steele said he can't corroborate his own dossier. And it's raw intelligence, and he has no idea if it's true at all maybe fifty fifty. So how could anyone corroborate something that the the the author of says he can't corroborate? That's impossible. Well, I think what you're going to see when this all when this all comes out. And look there's going to have to be more interviews are going to have to be conducted. The best thing that could possibly happen is the department of Justice to actually take a deep look at this and analyze it. But as it comes to the dossier, my personal belief now we don't have anyone who testifies to this yet. Okay. My personal belief is that Christopher Steele really didn't draft most of that dossier. I believe the dossier was drafted in advance by fusion, GPS and other operatives including Nellie, or by the way, which be the spouse to Bruce, or who was working fusion GPS. I believe the dossier was generated and then they used Christopher Steele. As the guy to put his name on it. And then help to spread it around feed it to places like the FBI feed, it to press outlets b the person who so you're basically saying that Hillary Clinton likely well, by the way, and the FBI apparently they paid Christopher Steele was getting paid by a lot of people for the same work or maybe work. Now, you're saying you didn't do with Russian oligarch, the FBI the DNC and Hillary. Yes, yes. And probably didn't do much. So you know, we we've we've now through our investigation. We have found know other. Evidence. That's out there about pre existing information. That is that is very similar to what is in the Steele dossier. So so I would really exists was more of a guy that was just hired to to add his name to it and help spread it. I'm not saying that he didn't add something he could have a couple sources. But the bulk of the information the dossier is not Christopher Steele. And in fact, a lot of this comes from worked at Glenn Simpson did back in the late two thousands. When he was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. So you're saying this is a this was this was literally made out of whole cloth. And then used in abused by the highest ranking people in the DOJ in the FBI who also now we learned a lot today about the DOJ's role in exonerating Clinton. Even though there are obvious. Even James Baker thought she should be indited for the espionage act. Any intelligent person can would notice thirty three thousand deleted emails and the acid wash of the hard drive in the hammers on the devices that's obstruction. So those people that put the fix in. And then they began a rush investigation just days later in July of twenty six thousand nine months later. She testified Lisa page that they had found nothing. Yeah. Well, look, that's that's the date that they're all sticking to. Okay. So they're all making to essentially they're fake narrative, which is this whole concept that this five is partner brought very important intelligence to us, and we had to do nothing. But open up the investigation sounds really nice sounds great to open up to be the reason to open up the investigation into the Trump campaign. However, we don't have any evidence of that. There was no intelligence we have there's there's a lot of information out there that. Tells us that the FBI was thick into this all through two thousand sixteen not just starting at the end of July like they like to claim. In other words, you're talking about. The some of the highest ranking members of our department of Justice and the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world, not rank and file, but the upper echelon, right? Did they reason that they kept it? They had to have known what they were doing. So they wanted it to be a counterintelligence investigation because it's silo. It's very few people are read into this. So so they were able to keep it to a very small cadre people which allowed them to feed all this information in and then boom lo and behold, so there were several people that we're bringing in different forms of the dossier into the FBI into the State Department producing what I will call fake news articles based on the dossier, generating these fake news news articles, and spreading them all over the place. Not just not just to the FBI. But in the State Department other places. If you go back, and look you can really find these these stories that look awfully similar to the dossier. That were written in June, April May June and July of two thousand and sixteen. This is even before they open up the counterintelligence investigation at the end of July. Everybody wants to know. And my sources are now telling me that all of these people that did these horrible things are going to be held accountable. Do you believe that? Well, well, as you know, because I said this the other night with you on television. And that is that we are preparing a criminal referral based on on on FIS abuse. And other matters is what I will tell you right now. And by other matters, you talking about what you're describing here is the first time I've ever heard you say that Christopher Steele might not have even Britain dossier. Well, I'm pretty sure that I don't think that's. It's not a big part of the story other than it's pretty big to me. Yeah. You know, the the people manufactured on a whole cloth allying narrative to. To stop an elector a presidential election and shifted in favor of their candidate. Then later use it to bludgeon the one that one. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not letting it all Sean what my point is making is is that it shouldn't surprise us that Christopher Steele was working in conjunction with fusion GPS. Glenn simpson. Don't so don't forget I said that earlier in the interview here, and that is that this story originates in two thousand the late two thousands. So so Glenn Simpson was involved working for the Wall Street Journal and his wife doing stories on Paul Manafort and Ukraine, and other you know, other types of stories so a lot of the origination. As you can follow it there. Then you can follow it to fee. I so remember the fi fa cases supposedly why everybody trusts Christopher Steele. Because at that point. He was you know, this operative working as a former intelligence officer. And if you look at Glenn Simpson's testimony, he worked with he worked with Christopher still then Bruce or was involved in that if you look at Bruce or testimony all these characters name plan. And they they all they did. It was just a it was just basically a movie script that they didn't. They just apply to the Trump campaign, and they went with the same movie a lot of the same characters. But the fact of the matter is do you believe Mullins of information, and you don't think Muller is gonna find any collusion because there was no. Well, there's definitely no collusion. Now. What what concerns me is? Is that is that, you know, really? It's molar in his team. That are colluding. Okay. So Weisman who's running the operation the shoes? On anyone?.

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"three days later" Discussed on WGN Radio

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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Prioritizing yourself taking care of yourself and just doing better by you. So congratulations. That's amazing. Well, I I appreciate the kind words. So first of all know, my when I got a DUI in two thousand eleven and it was in the paper for four straight days. So there's never been my response to that was to go to rehab and my agent suggested it by former agent danced last time by former Asia talks me, good advice. One on the way out say my life. I mean, it's not about prioritizing me is prioritizing. The people I care about prioritizing, my family power changing, my my my kids, my wife, my friends, and my parents, and and not being so self absorbed and most people in my position, we just don't know, you know, we've ever known as we go out we party we play around. You know, you go to Bari, then, you know, have a few. So that's what I did. And then when I checked in we rehab by no intention of of actually kidding Sobhraj when interstate my job, and I was in there, and I figured out. You know, what I've done it. I've done it. All I've done the, you know, the crazy Vegas weekends have done the college football trips with Don Davis. I've done the go to a cubs game at noon and get back at ten o'clock at night three days later. So it was just time to straighten up, and I'm so glad I did it because on Twitter I estimated the number of shots that I've I've had or that I've missed so figure out it's doing fifteen shots of Cuervo a week. Isn't that? What you do fifteen a week. Right. So how many a day would you say? Oh. Fifteen times fifty to seven hundred eighty seven hundred eighty times eight equals six thousand two hundred forty shots. Oh my God. I think it's possible. Did I have saved myself six thousand two hundred and forty shots. I would have been dead most likely you right, and their major major major selfishly I could have been in the car with someone I loved that could have hit somebody innocent. And I and I haven't beat this thing. I'm in recovery. I haven't beat it. I hit that commercial on TV where the guy goes. Hey, come to our rehab place. You'll be you'll be saved that never happens during recovery the whole time. But like I said there's nothing about my program. So ninety percent of the world doesn't have this problem. You know, have one for me. But I'm I was in meeting this morning at eight and I'll be going again Wednesday night to a meeting. So how many days a week? Do you go to meetings? I go to two meetings a week different people, go different amount. And when you started out you did what ninety meetings ninety days. Yes. Which is. Load of meetings. I tried getting out of that, man. I side the in me came out nine nine thousand nine meetings in ninety days. Where would I go to nine meetings ninety days, but you did it? I did it. I didn't seventy seven days. Yeah. A while. So you went to multiple meetings. Yes, I went to and I've been I'm like Forrest Gump I've been to, you know, all kinds of different meetings. So what's your advice to somebody out there? Perhaps was listening right now who is living the life that you used to live or maybe he's just starting out on their journey. And now, you're you're eight years deep, obviously, you don't, you know, your there's no roadmap here below. Would you say I would say that. You know, the first step is admitting that you have a problem and don't be afraid to ask for help. Yeah. And you're not alone. Right. I know you're not alone. This is millions of people are in this program, and you can go to any city in America any city in the world, and there are meetings. There's forty five hundred meetings in Chicago alone did end in a for different types of addiction. And you're kinda at least my amateur psychological profile here is that you were kind of maybe borderline not even borderline like addicted to sort of being the funny guy in the the the entertainment guy life of the party era. So that's to not be that guy. I'm still the life of the party is just it now. I remember. Yeah. Right. That's the that's the other thing. I ever noticed. Just by funny people that aren't in the program think well, you're not going to drink anymore. You're not gonna have fun anymore. Right. I've had people say that to me. How are you going to have fun? I laughed my butt off. I still go to bars. I just have lemonade rice teams that have having tequila wrva. Yeah. And by the way, you don't have to go to bars to have fun either. Do a million other things, right, right and truly. It's again. Congratulations. You're it's it's inspiring to see what you've done, and I am extremely proud of you. I haven't. No. I haven't known you like I've known you now. But I've known you for you know, when I started in the business what ninety seven or whatever and just playing listening to the radio just the transformation. It's it's a major major deal. So congrats thank you. My old boss said, you know, I think you know, you you you put too much emphasis on drinking. I oh, you don't want to change the name show to the afternoon Salone. Lina? That's true. I will. Hey, I'm glad you wore the shirt, I'm glad you're talking about it. And thanks for letting us in a little bit there..

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"three days later" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Out. If you have to spend a knighthood to at a hotel national grid says it will pick up the tab in Newport, Mike Macklin, WBZ Boston's NewsRadio charged in the death of an eleven year old girl in Lawrence is now being held without bail WBZ TV's Louisa molar says precious Wallace's was exposed to powerful drugs. Our police say precious and her brother were staying with Rivera at his Lawrence rooming house in December. When the young Haibo girl was rushed to the hospital unresponsive, she died three days later at tufts medical center. Rivera told police it in the middle of the night precious started struggling to breathe he splashed water on her face. Tried to chest compressions and repeatedly stated that he never left the apartment. But court documents reveal that precious tested positive for having sentinel in her system a powerful opioid and surveillance video inside the rooming house showed Rivera leaving the apartment twice while precious was in distress during a second interview he admitted to investigators that he was flushing sleeping pills down a toilet. Because he believed precious had taken some, but didn't mention the pills to precious this mother or her doctor stating I was scared. I was afraid Miguel Rivera the girl's uncle arrested Friday night. He's charged with lying to police have permitting injury to a child. Officials say more charges could be on the way a twenty one year old Chelsea man is issued a citation in connection with a crash on one twenty eight in Wakefield when his vehicle hit a state trooper and a tow truck driver responding to another crash on that highway yesterday morning, both a trooper and the truck driver taken to Lahey hospital in Burlington for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the vehicle that hit them released from Melrose Wakefield hospital. Six forty eight Fox News talk show host Bret Baier is back on the air following a crash on a Montana roadway bear and his family were on an icy road heading home from a ski weekend when they're SUV hit a patch of ice collided with pickup truck and flipped over in a ditch bears wife and Tucson's also in that SUV outside bozeman a retreated for minor injuries back to work for teachers in Los Angeles after they ratify new union contract with the school district. Reporter Tom white says this brings an end to a weeklong walkout. Teachers spent the afternoon and evening casting their ballots. The ones we spoke with were eager to vote. Yes. The yes, vote means we got not everything. But I feel like both sides hats make a compromise everybody that's really rose to the occasion. And it was an incredible sight there to see the sacrifices people were making the deal looks like this it calls for a six percent. Pay increase four fewer students in each class by two thousand twenty one nurses five days a week in all schools fulltime librarians in all schools by two thousand twenty and at least seventeen more fulltime counselors starting in October the three and a half year deal ends a strike that affected more than half a million students in the nation's second largest school district. Teachers in Denver could be next to walk. The picket lines the union votes overwhelmingly to authorize a strike that could take place as soon as Monday after more than.

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"three days later" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You're a he walked in and i looked at him and he looked at me and according to him he was like oh my god i want to marry her and i was like i just thought his brains with rich so i mean badghis that is made it a combo and it was our you know three days later it was just want you to twenty years ago three days later went on a date we function on her first name fucking two percent drop melilla vulgar sorry there are not look not order it's all good and you've you've also done some real housewife stuff to is your i had a shove short my own a rather cut alley shrinks portraits of superfund showed ago was on the anatolia i think you may know it was aris ed humor earlier end yes yes and won't eric veterans rather others somebody else you know she is what i know most due do but yeah you just started doing that right after i ii met you i think i gotcha years later for sure i have a feeling that really i think that might have been oriented away no i think you're thinking to be at some other show or something i could never mistake i i now know that it was a couple of years later we started doing they only shrinks i loved it and you know i i have a great relationship over a bravo until i was there resident shrink for about you know three or four years and i was on the maitre matchmaker jersey housewives and and from there it was great i mean they really bravo rallies behind their professional talent in a way that i don't think any other network does a pretty great lewis.

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"three days later" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"three days later" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"We walked out of the office and a woman was walking by from the the african talent side of the agency and he said oh here let me introduce him he introduced me to uh this agent i feldman and uh he said this is germany's one of our writer clients in she said oh hi and then she stopped for second said are you an actor and i said yeah she says you have an agent i said no she said whoa norman jewison his kasinga's big movie and you really might be right for a park in it would you mind if i submitted you for yet and i said no i wouldn't mind not one bit and um three days later i had the movie and there i was i was i i had done you know three lines in his show two lines are not shown that was about it and all of a sudden unplanned bruce willis his best friend and personal element jewison picture i was trying to get my telephone version of this story to drew earlier tonight i couldn't remember who the if bruce willis that saddam was a lot of things up you weren't even in a story actually now jabhat but now they were bureau brown story uh now that part i turk but yeah at age screw up a lot of details though actually now that you're back in now that you're retailing it i'd forgotten that uh i'd forgotten that you do you know had been an actor firstline i got i re i want you know we made a living as a writer firyal initially in my mind that have gotten turned into you were professional rider yeah and then this light the story ugi held right uh i've been acting a theater for year right and uh when agenda art that i started in college where we gotta them college in oklahoma zia had whereas it now the university of central oklahoma.

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