14 Burst results for "Watt Zoo"

"watt zoo" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Unfortunately the inevitable i know they excluded zach worst of initial tweet where they show the violence but it is interesting. They sent you this. I wonder if they sent this to other people. If they just trying to appease us ac what do you think well. I find that they sent it to the podcast twitter. I never received a message on my personal page reeb but we submitted from the podcasts. Are they okay. That's fair enough. Zacks find any reason to get pissed off. Now hunt me down. It's it's it is what it is. But i'm not happy and downplaying it. He had a fucking meltdown when he found out about how. We have a video. the exaggeration. Well let me read the message. They message dr podcast twitter. Hey at the three podcast. Thank you for submitting your entry to become our next craft mail Mayo -dorsements we appreciate all the time and dedication put individuals like years. Didn't say years by the way they said we appreciate the time and dedication put into videos like yours. Not a direct complement. No it's a total snub. While you're submission did not become a top eight finalist. We are happy to recognize your originality personality and of course sack your passion for craft male. I am as an honorable mention. This title will get you. An exclusive kraft mayonnaise. -dorsements t-shirt did did we provide our mailing info for that. No i don't wanna spoil it because it's in the video but we we had a somewhat of a curt response. Let's on where the war has begun. Well this is where it gets interesting. They say here's a free t shirt and then they also offer a year supply of craft. Now i'm very curious. What does that mean. Because they've seen how will use mayo and we bathe in it. So i'm wondering. How far can we stretch a year supply of mail. I mean it's such a fuck you to us like it's like oh here you go. Here's a fucking t shirt you know. I mean it's literally a consolation prize. Yeah fuck them to redeem your price. Please let us know the best address to send it to. Thanks again for showing up and showing off your love for male bastards. I kind of knew this was coming. I you know maybe maybe okay hear me out. I know we're like ruining their contest at the thing is if you got in the top eight you would definitely win by a landslide. Where just trying to be fair about it or honest with these back. Maybe they knew you weren't using real craft mail in the fucking swimming pool. It's about time we come clean on that. Why would you admit that what what what are you talking about. You already lost the gaga's up. The jig is up fucking over dude. You're not winning shit. Dan went yeah. They don't sell at costco. Gallons of kraft kraft male think. I'd bathe in their shit product. You think i would let that touch my fucking skin not real craft. Helman's you'd use of our maybe like nature's or what is the. There's like that class one. Best some basil food food is kind of icon. I yeah and i say in my rant that i am a helman's boy now and craft can go fuck themselves rough. Let's let's watch the video because So here's zacks genuine reaction. I don't think he's playing this up when the hammer came down it was big news when they tweeted out the finalists or like saks. Not there i fucking call it. I knew they weren't conclude you they've been snubbing you all month well. They sent the dm before they put out the The finalists with clearly scared of the mayo war. That's bruins. they know what's coming. I'm just confused because as a one hand they want the publicity right which we gave them out. The motherfucking watt zoo. We're like the a our audience is the only people paying attention to this. Like the fuck wrath mail social media. No one win. Have any of you guys ever out there. Interacted with a man a social media website and by the way to what end who gives a fuck. I had a bit of a conspiracy. That the Barstool connection. I found interesting. Yeah we we've gotta talk about the barstool connection. Okay let's watch reaction then we could talk about the barstool conspiracy but okay are the finalists barstool associated in. No i mean. We'll we'll watch the video. Okay here's accident. unfettered response to the. I miss the bucket names submitted to become our neck. I'm already du dourson. We appreciate all the time and dedication nice. Music did not become a top eight finalist. We are happy to recommend that. Spent on monday really for that. As oracle mentioned this title will get you an exclusive hashtag traff mayor. -dorsements go shit. Fuck you year. Supplies of crap. A year supply chain. Grab my voice crack. Nice you and i gotta keep it in god. Goddamn for showing off all for mailed sincerely team real craft. Hey team real out right there. Right there fuckers okay true. I'm admitting this right now. And this is true. So i love dancers spawned dan just rights. You just made the biggest mistake happier. Life is a threat on. He let them know he led the tape. Biggest mistake is.

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"watt zoo" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

"This is one of our special digging deep sessions where we have a chance to talk to a guest and get their perspective on themselves on their motivation on life in general and gives you the viewer and listener chance to reflect on that. How does it impact you. So i'm very pleased to announce that our special guests this evening is mindy doherty. And i'm gonna handed over to mindy with the usual question. Who exactly is mindy. Dorothy though i have many titles i do not feel entitled. My name is mindy doherty. I own a company called feed my city at www dot feed my city dot net. I'm the author of a resilient warrior which is an autobiography of my life. Transcends from childhood abuse overcoming incest and sexual abuse as well as being violently abused as well as overcoming military and medical abuse and overcoming many disabilities and walking through to become an actress nurse and many other things that i've done especially through. I was bed bound for three and a half years. Learned how to basically re walk in the water so to help other. People became watt soup practitioner through the name herald dull who created watt zoo in the very beginning and have basically fought through many adversities to get here mccosh I had no idea about the extent of the adversities that you've gone through in your life and it says a lot that you've been able to overcome in sounds like make the best of it and be an inspiration to others as well so i plan on doing with my company which is feed. My city is teaching people how to grow from the inside out by using my garden. I teach people that they can inspire themselves by planting for themselves and others giving fruit and vegetables to their child advocacy groups neighbors or basically food banks and also through. My book have given inspiration throughout the world. Now sold over. Thirteen countries just gotten barnes and nobles and two other local bookstores. Here some in three bookstores now and hoping to expand that as well and eventually make it into a movie so that we can inspire as many people as we can around the world and make it into a universal practice where people learn how to take their adversities.

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"watt zoo" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

02:16 min | 8 months ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Since since that his contract free time every other game basically three for that guy no exercising their power man. Obviously shahnewaz has has power has leverage quarterback in his prime twenty five years old. He is locked up. Got no trade clause. I mean if they told him that he's going to be a part of the process. I don't understand why not follow through with that with that guy in the position that he's in you kind of your new. Gm into a a rough situation you know. He's got a smooth over his franchise quarterback out the gate. I think he'll hand. He doesn't move but if he does move noman. Gump be excited about them. Coming down to my. I forgot about your dolphins. Fan hoods sped. Deepa am by the way. The dolphins have the picks to make the move if they had to. Yeah they have three picks within the first thirty five picks at this draft. Already one of them already being houston's if they wanted to send over two and three group that that'd be equivalent to four number ones in a year or whatever houston gets a lotta draft capital. They get money off their books. They're probably going to have to cut. Jj watt zoo. Jj's probably going to be a frigid that saves them seventeen million that in the grand scheme of making your life easier would be the thing but then you immediately have to find a quarterback that is worth a single fuck. Because that's all you're looking for into shawn watson. is that guy. I mean that is a. That's a tough spot for caserta. Get dropped in turn. Obviously we all know. It's tough to find a real franchise quarterback they have won so to be held on him if he moves. Obviously you know the case allowed to if he's going to be that guy or what do you think what do you think so. Yeah honestly i'm off. I'm off the tour trae man. I jumped off joint custody. Sean is potentially dolphin even before before that. I said it feels on On a board at three or other quarterbacks three part of it for me is is the lefty thing. It's been a while since we've seen a dominant handed quarterback in the league. You have to call back to freaking steve. Young outside.

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"watt zoo" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on PTI

"Now and of silver is very much in favor of these changes tone. Big deal little deal, no deal at all, just as an aside, Adam silver is very much in favor of a lot of changes, but the changes never take place in the moment, you always have to wait and that's because the collective bargaining agreements, and I understand. That's understandable. It's no deal at all to talk about it. It's pretty. A big deal if they do it. I think you and I both agree that the eighty two game regular season are too long. There are two numbers that worked better to me. Seventy two because seventy two gives you two games with out of conference opponents, one home one away and three in conference. I think sixty two works because you have two games. Let me explain sixty two. You get the extra game. You get the extra game within your division. But with all changes like this, you have to tell me who's going to take less money. Yes. Or the owners going to take less layers gonna tell then then then his what works seventy four games. I'm kinda close to you on this seventy four regular season games like two, seventy two because of the evenness of balance in and out of conference. But Tony I love the play in notion at the end that you were not we're ten play seven and eight one at the do something other than tank. Let's get like that. What is the does the in-season tournament provide money that somehow provides? So then you can cut the schedule and have what is it? The season's woman keeps bad teams interested. Right. Because anybody could win. But you can't only play the bad teams. They gotta figure this out this in-season tournament all kinds of proposals out there, Tony, and there's going to be advertisers, and sponsors out the watt zoo. So that's why they're not going to have to take less money for say seventy two or seventy four internment and end of season. They wouldn't fifty eight is not in place. Somebody's not gonna have I think six television. Television partners await the people who signed our checks. They're not going to be favored at either. Let me tell you what, this whole thing says to me, it says that Adam silver is cognizant of the fact that he needs to. That ratings are down that interest is down and the games the regular season games for the most part are not as special as he wants them to be. So you if you do things you, you give us nothing regular season games Huck down some of those games involve every team in tournament..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Thank you very much. Quick comment. You mentioned earlier that James Coney has said that he supported the communist party. In the seventies voted he voted communist candidate. Yes. So we know that Brennan supported the communist party. And now Coney yet, they both later on were employed by the FBI to see a went up through the ranks became the director now Brennan in two thousand three and two thousand four Gordon to Wikipedia was director of the terror. The terrorist threat integration center, and that office sifted and compiled information for President Bush's intelligence briefings, and that ties into your speculation that Bush was played about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So Bredon was right there to be in a position to do that. And I think that only Brennan and Clapper wasn't just pride about the warning to have their daily intelligence briefings with Trump. They wanted to be able to pull the puppet strings control the information. Well, yeah, yeah, they, they the intelligence and not just these three guys they'd be intelligence community. No matter. When you go back in American history, any administration, they all want access everybody wants access president, everybody Intel community, particularly State Department, they all want access Trump was telling me intelligence community. I don't need to talk to you guys every day. I've got a good memory and I'm smart. I know what's going on around the world anyway, and they were righteously addicted and, and about that and also feeling like their access was going to be denied. And so it's time to show him exactly what they can do to somebody not cooperating with them. There's all kinds of factors that went into that. But yeah, go ahead into me. It's amazing to me that those two after it was known ahead to be known that they support the communist party were even employed by the FBI and the CIA to start with. I just don't see how that happened. And I have one more point point after that, if that's okay. Well, look when it comes to call me, I'm not, I don't know how serious this guy. It's, it's out there zero hedge. It's at red state that call me is saying he was a communist and voted left and he didn't move from becoming a communist old. Every is now. And with him as dry ballsy isn't could've been. Call me just trying to be funny. But your question is, let's Brennan is an acknowledged that was that was not a youthful, flirtation Renan was, was committed when he was voting in the seventies for communists, and so forth. Your question is how these guys pass Clarence. How do they get hired? And I, I can't tell you, I honestly I don't have the slightest idea. I only thing I can think is that people vetting didn't see much wrong with it or relieved that it was genuinely in their past and was not a, my guess is that the people doing the vetting. Wouldn't see that much wrong with it. Agree with you. My second real quick point is local affiliate, W T V, Greenville, North Carolina. There's a show that doesn't much to inform us on local and state politics. And you do nationally Tom Lamprecht and say class and I wanted to give them a shout out. It's a big deal to get mentioned on this program. So I'm sure he is highly highly appreciative ever play Pinehurst. You give them a call. See if they wanna play. All right. Well, thank you. I have played Pinehurst I I the boys and Girls Club every other year, one of the chapters, they have a fundraising tournament where you that they sell foursomes to donors that, then get to play the US, open course as it is set up for the open one month prior to the open and last year Shinnecock one of the years it was it was. Pinehurst at it change. That's, that's how I got the play Bethpage, which is where the PG I need to turn that on what am I doing sitting here, the PGA championship? Anyway, it's, it's page black. That is a monster of golf course. I mean these Brooks KEPCO at the end of the day yesterday was leading at minus seven simply because he hits the ball of mile. Man that courses is a monster. The most fun. Course. I don't. Golf, the most fun you have with the people you're playing with. In his people at what's your favorite governs impossible name favorite golf horse. They're all unique that love cookie. Oh on the big island, Hawaii, I get maybe that's where I've had because some of the some of the most fun times, I've had been cookie on the big island Hawaii, but start naming golf courses. Like when people ask you what your favorites, gar is, if you don't mention them, all you end up. Angering some people. And, and so I. The hardest. Of course, I have ever ever played is the Olympic club in San Francisco tied with death page black. Just the hardest golf courses all hard. They're all hard to some. Like, if you're Ever Fortune enough to play Gusta. You don't care how hard it is. You're just grateful that you're there, you know, get get to experience the fact that the higher your score better. It means the longer you're out there. I'm just joking with Pebble Beach is not. I mean, it's just a beautiful place. There's so many. Great places, but the most fun. Gee, I mean took a tour once Tom Fazio, golf course, designer to somebody's courses out in Wyoming and Montana, and Oregon. And you can't beat that. Northern california. Just just open. At course out in Jackson Hole. We stopped and played that was our last one on the way in. To complete the trip. But man, they're just all depends on who you're with and most of the time they're all good times of it gets down. If you're playing well or not do you get down on yourself? You start pouting if you're not playing well you gotta fight for that. But just strictly difficulty. I found the Olympic club to be impossible Avas, playing horribly that day, plus plus that page black is and wing foot in New York is, is a gigantic challenge to anyway. I'm glad you want to say one more thing about about the Intel stuff on on nine eleven. I don't want to be misunderstood about this during the Bush administration, the first term the build up the weapons of mass destruction. Everybody else. Like everybody else. I believed it I, because I knew that Saddam Hussein had used mustard gas nerve gas on the Kurds. I knew he had used weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was not denying the allegations that were made. And Trump up. So I Bush was running around the country free year and a half building up public support for the invasion of Iraq. And that was after nine eleven Iraq could not be directly tied to the nine eleven attacks. Ten gen chilly. Yeah, there had been some nine eleven training that might have occurred in, in Iraq, but Colin Powell's up at the United Nations, and he's got photos is got satellite photos, and he's trying to convince everybody skirting council that Saddam's, got weapons of mass destruction and everybody believed it. Bush believed a call Powell believed it the photo, it we all believed it. And then after the invasion of Iraq happened in no weapons of mass destruction were found. Everybody's still believed it. They thought Saddam succeeded in getting the stuff out of the country before where invasion started, and there were stories about semi trucks, and this, and that the other moving the WMD's to Syria and other places. But people believed it. Because people believed the intelligence, the here's calling Powell at the Security Council, using satellite photos, and committed to telling the Security Council people. That Saddam had him. There wasn't an an an after it happened there weren't any WMD's. We still just want something happened. If you remember the Brits, it wasn't just us one just our intelligence apparatus. It was the UK and our allies in Europe. Everybody was agreeing that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. Then when it happened that he didn't. Everybody's just assumed that they got it wrong. That it was a mistake, but not purposeful. They just somehow they got it. Wrong Saddam had of a moved them out. I didn't start doubting. This. Until this this, this coup attempt on Trump. And I see that every leak in every story in the drive-by media. Remember in the first year year and a half. There were four stories day, folks, if you count the stories in the New York Times, and the Washington Post than CNN four different stories day, all featuring leaks from anonymous sources that were said to be current and former American intelligence officials or experts or analysts or what have you. So it was clear that the media was using anonymous intelligence agency, or apparatus sources as their leak material. Anna were never a name attached to it. Never any name never. And every one of these stories have the thirteenth fifteenth paragraph where they acknowledged that there wasn't yet any evidence for this. And then as it's slowly began to dawn on all of us that this was a Gye Cabot coup that this was totally made up that there wasn't any collusion, that there wasn't any cooperation between Trump and Russia at the Russians not affected the election. The stories continued, nevertheless, from the same people. So that's when I began to think, wait a minute, who's doing somebody's trying to undermine Trump. Somebody's trying to overturn the election results. Somebody is trying to drive Trump out office somebody, and they're using the credibility of what intelligence agencies and it was at that point, maybe a year into this attempt to get rid of Trump. Dawned on me. Maybe other sooner. Okay. Here's a bunch of people don't like Trump. Don't think he should have won trying to get him out of office trying to overturn the election. And I thought, what if the same thing happened to George W Bush, I started to think back to the controversy of the aftermath of the recount in Florida and how much hatred there was for Bush. And how many stories in the media about how his presidency was ill? The jitney wasn't the real winner Al Gore, won the popular vote. The supreme court stopped a legitimate. Recount gore was on the way to winning Trump as a unjustice a wait a minute. What? There was Bush hatred out the watt zoo. Just like there was Reagan hatred just like there is Trump hatred, and I began may did these same people. Same agencies. Run a gigantic scam. On Bush and by sociation Tony Blair in the UK, and any number of our other allies, that joined the coalition to drive Saddam out of Iraq to get the weapons of mass destruction. Well who knows that? That's when I first started making the associates, I still don't know if it happens the last caller talked about this as though I have a conclusive opinion on it, and I don't I'm still asking the question. But it never occurred to me until I saw what they're capable of with, with Trump..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Meeting and surpassing all audience expectations everyday. Rush Limbaugh, America's real anchorman doing the job. The drive by media. Maybe never has done. But at least we're fucked to have done many, many moons ago. Here is Dan, in Belle haven, North Carolina. Glad you called, sir. You're next and open line Friday night. Honor to talk to you. Thank you. Thank you very much a quick comment. You mentioned earlier that James Comey has said that he supported the communist party in the seventies voted he voted communist candidates. Yes. That Brennan supported the communist party. And now Komi yet, they bugged later on were employed by the FBI. The CIA went up through the ranks became the director now Brennan in two thousand three and two thousand four corden to Wikipedia was director of the terror. The terrorist threat integration center, and that office sifted and compiled information for President Bush's intelligence briefings, and that ties into your speculation that Bush was played about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So Bredon was right there to be in a position to do that. And I think that only Brennan and Clapper, it wasn't just pride about them wanting to have their daily intelligence briefings with Trump. They wanted to be able to pull the puppet strings control the information. Well, yeah, yeah, they, they the intelligence and not just these three guys they'd be intelligence community. No matter. When you go back in American history, any administration, they all want access everybody wants access president, everybody Intel community, particularly State Department, they all want access Trump was telling the intelligence community need to talk to you guys every day. I've got a good memory and I'm smart. I know what's going on around the world, anyway and neighbor, righteously indignant and, and about that. And also feeling like their access was going to be denied time to show him exactly what they can do to somebody not cooperating with all kinds of factors that went into that. Yeah. Go ahead into this amazing to me that those two after. It was known it had to be known that they support the communist party were even employed by the FBI and the CIA to start with. I just don't see how that happened. And I had one more point quick point after that, okay? Well, look when it comes to call me, I'm not, I don't know how serious this guy. It's, it's it's out there at zero hatchets out that red state that Komi is saying he was a communist and voted left and then moved from becoming a communist, whatever is now and with him as dry, ballsy isn't could have been me trying to be funny. But your question is, let's Brennan is an acknowledged. I mean, that was that was not a youthful, flirtation Renan was, was committed when he was voting in the seventies for communists, and so forth. Your question is how these guys passed Clarence. How do they get hired an idol? I can't tell you. I honestly I don't have the slightest idea. I. The only thing I can think is that people vetting him didn't see much wrong with it or believe that it was genuinely in their past and was not a, my guess is that the people doing the vetting wouldn't see that much wrong with it. My second real quick point is local affiliate, W T V, Greenville, North Carolina. There's the show that does much to inform us on local and state politics, as you do nationally Tom Lamprecht, and saving clouds and I wanted to give them a shout out. It's a big deal to get mentioned on this program. So I'm sure he is highly highly appreciative. Pine hurst. Give them a call. See if they wanna play all right? Well, thank you. I have played Pinehurst I I the boys and Girls Club every other year, one of the chapters, they have a fundraising tournament where you that they sell foursomes to donors, then get the play the US open course as it is set up for the open one month prior to the open and last year Shinnecock one of the years it was it was. Pinehurst at it changed. That's, that's how I got the play Bethpage, which is where the PG I need to turn that on. But one of my doing sitting here, the PGA championship. Anyway, it's, it's page black. That is a monster of a golf course. I mean these Bronx KEPCO at the end of the day yesterday was leading at minus seven simply because he hits the ball a mile. Man, that course is, is a monster. The most fun. Course. I don't. Golf, the most fun you have with the people you're playing with in his people at what's your favorite GOP. It's impossible to name a favorite golf course. They're all unique love cookie. Oh on the big island, Hawaii, I get maybe that's where I've had because some of the some of the most fun times, I've had been cookie. Oh on the big island of Hawaii. But they had it is start naming golf courses like when people ask you what your favorite cigar is. If you don't mention them, all you end up. Angering some people. And, and so I. The hardest golf course I have ever ever played is the Olympic club in San Francisco tied with Bethpage Black. Just the hardest golf courses, but they're all hard, they're all hard to some. Like, if you're Ever Fortune enough to play Gusta. You don't care how hard it is. You're just grateful that you're there, you know, get get to experience the fact the, the higher, your score better means the longer you're out there. I'm just joking with Pebble Beach is not. I mean, it's, it's just a beautiful place. There's so many. Great places. But the most fun, g took a tour once Tom fuzzy. Oh, golf course designer to somebody's courses out in Wyoming and Montana, and Oregon. And you can't beat that. Northern california. Just Ed just opened a course out in Jackson Hole. We stopped and played that was our last one on the way in. The to complete the trip. But man, they're just all they're really depends on who you're with and most of the time they're all good times. It gets down. If you're playing well or not do you get down on yourself? You start pouting if you're not playing well you gotta fight for that. But just strictly difficulty. I found the Olympic club to be impossible. I get playing horribly that day plus plus Bethpage Black is and wing foot in New York is, is a gigantic challenge to anyway. I'm glad you want to say one more thing about about the Intel stuff on on nine eleven. I don't want to be misunderstood about this during the Bush administration, the first term the build up to weapons of mass destruction. Everybody else. Like everybody else. I believed it I, because I knew that Saddam Hussein had used mustard gas and nerve gas on the Kurds. I knew he had used weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was not denying the allegations that remained. And trump. Sorry Bush was running around the country free year and a half building up public support for the invasion of Iraq. It was after nine eleven Iraq could not be directly tied to the nine eleven attacks. Ten generally. Yeah, there had been some nine eleven training that might have occurred in, in Iraq. But Colin Powell's up at the United Nations and he's got photos. He's got satellite photos, and he's trying to convince everybody skirting council that Saddam's, got weapons of mass destruction and everybody believed it. Bush believed a Colin Powell believed it the photo, satellite. We all believed it. And then after the invasion of Iraq happened. No weapons of mass destruction were found everybody's still believed it. They thought Saddam succeeded in getting the stuff out of the country before where invasion started, and there were stories about semi trucks, and this, and that moving the WMD's to Syria and other places. But people believed it. Because people believed the intelligence, the here's Colin Powell at the Security Council, using satellite photos and connected to telling the Security Council people that Saddam had them. There wasn't an an an after it happened there weren't any WMD's. We still just can something happened. If you remember the Brits, it wasn't just us one just our intelligence apparatus. It was the UK and our allies in Europe. Everybody was agreeing that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction then when it happened and he didn't. Everybody just assumed that they got it wrong. That it was a. A mistake but not purposeful. They just somehow they got it wrong in the Saddam had of a moved them out. I didn't start doubting. This. Until this this, this coup attempt on Trump. And I see that every leak in every story in the drive-by media. Remember in the first year year and a half. There were four stories day, folks, if you count the stories in the New York Times in the Washington Post and CNN. There were four different stories day, all featuring leaks from anonymous sources that were said to be current and former American intelligence officials or experts or analysts or what have you. So it was clear that the media was using anonymous intelligence agency, or apparatus sources as their leak material. Anna were never a name attached to it. Never any name never. And every one of these stories have the thirteenth fifteenth paragraph where they acknowledged that there wasn't yet any evidence for this. And then as it's slowly began to dawn on all of us that this was a Gye cabinet coup that this was totally made up that there wasn't any collusion, that there wasn't any cooperation between Trump and Russia and at the Russians not affected the election. The stories continued, nevertheless, from the same people. So that's when I began to wait a minute, who's doing somebody's trying to undermine Trump. Somebody's trying to overturn the votes. Somebody is trying to drive Trump out office somebody, and they're using the credibility of what intelligence agencies and it was at that point, maybe a year into this attempt to get rid of Trump. Dawned on me. Maybe other sooner. Okay. Here's a bunch of people don't like Trump. Don't think he should have one trying to get him out of office trying to overturn the election. And I thought, what if the same thing happened to George W Bush, and I started to think back to the controversy of the aftermath of the recount in Florida and how much hatred there was for Bush. And how many stories in the media about how his presidency was illegitimate? Wasn't the real winner Al Gore won the popular vote? The supreme court stopped a legitimate. Recount gore was on the way to winning Trump is a unjustice a wait a minute. What? There was Bush hatred out the watt zoo. Just like there was Reagan hatred just like there is Trump hatred, and I began may did these same people. Same agencies. Run a gigantic scam. On Bush.

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"watt zoo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:34 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on KTOK

"Let's go to school. Why there will be a lot of cycle of some road on over sixty six and we're celebrating national police week Matthews the San Fernando five thousand K KT. Okay. Meeting and surpassing all audience expectations everyday. Rush Limbaugh, America's real anchorman. Doing the Java drive by media maybe never has done, but at least reflect to have done many, many moons ago. Here is Dan and Belle haven, North Carolina. Glad you called, sir. You're next on open line Friday night. This an honor, sir honored to talk to you. Thank you. Thank you very much. Quick comment. You mentioned earlier that James Comey has said that he supported the communist party. In the seventies voted he voted communist candidates. Yes. So that Brennan supported the communist party. And now, me yet they both later on were employed by the FBI to see a went up through the ranks became the director now, Brennan in two thousand three two thousand four according to Wikipedia. Was director of the terror. The terrorist threat integration center, and that office sifted and compiled information for President Bush's intelligence briefings, and that ties into your speculation that Bush was played about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So Bredon was right there to be in a position to do that. And I think that only Brennan and Clapper, it wasn't just pride about them wanting to have their daily intelligence briefings with Trump. They wanted to be able to pull the puppet strings control the information. Well, yeah, yeah, they, they the intelligence and not just these three guys they'd be intelligence community. No matter. When you go back in American history, any administration, they all want access everybody wants access president, everybody Intel community, particularly State Department, they all want access Trump was telling me intelligence community. I don't need to talk to you guys every day. I've got a good memory and I'm smart. I know what's going on around the world anyway, and they were righteously indignant and about that and also feeling like their access was going to be denied. And so it's time to show him exactly what they can do to somebody not cooperating with them. There's all kinds of factors that went into that. But yeah, go ahead intimate. It's amazing to me that those two after it was known it had to be known that they support the communist party were even employed by the FBI and the CIA to start with. I just don't see how that happened. And I have one more point point point after that, if that's okay. Well, look when it comes to call me, I'm not, I don't know how serious this guy. I mean it's, it's, it's out there zero hatchets out that red state that Komi is saying he was a communist and voted laughed, and he then moved from becoming a communist, whatever it is now. And with him as dry ball as he isn't could've been Komi just trying to be funny. But your question is, let's Brennan is an acknowledged. I mean, that was that was not a youthful, flirtation Renan was, was committed when he was voting in the seventies for communists, and so forth. Your question is how these guys pass Clarence. How did they get hired? And I, I can't tell you I honestly I don't have the slightest idea, I the only thing I can think is that people vetting him didn't see much wrong with it, or relieved that it was genuinely in their past and was not a mutt. My guess is that the people doing the venting. Wouldn't see that much wrong with it. I agree with you. My second real quick point is local affiliate W. T I B Greenville, North Carolina. There's the show that doesn't much to inform us on local and state politics. And you do on nationally and his Tom Lamprecht and say, clouds and I wanted to give them a shout out. Well, I it's a big deal to get mentioned on this program. So I'm sure he is highly highly appreciative, well, if you ever played Pinehurst you give them a call. See if they wanna play. All right. Well, thank you. I have played Pinehurst and I I the boys and Girls Club every other year, one of the chapters, they have a fundraising tournament where you that they sell foursomes to donors that, then get to play the US, open course as it is set up for the open one month prior to the open and last year was Shinnecock, one of the years it was it was. Pinehurst at it changed. That's, that's how I got the play Bethpage, which is where the PG I need to turn that on. But what am I doing sitting here, the PGA championship? Anyway, it's, it's at Bethpage Black. That is a monster of a golf course. I mean these Bronx KEPCO at the end of the day yesterday was leading at minus seven simply because he hits the ball a mile. Man that courses is a monster. The most fun. Course. I don't. Golf, the most fun. You have is with the people you're playing with in his people at what's your favorite Gump. It's impossible to name a favorite golf course. They're all unique love cookie. Oh on the big island, Hawaii, I get maybe that's where I've had because some of the some of the most fun times, I've had been Keke o- on the big island of Hawaii. But they had it start naming golf courses, like when people ask you what your favorite cigar is, if you don't mention them, all you end up. Angering some people. And, and so I. The hardest golf course I have ever ever played is the Olympic club in San Francisco tied with Bethpage Black. Just the hardest golf courses. But, but they're all hard, they're all hard to some. Like if you're ever fortunate enough to play a Gusta. You don't care how hard it is you just grateful that you're there, you know, get get to experience. In fact, the, the higher your score better means the longer you're out there. I'm just joking with Pebble Beach is not. I mean, it's, it's just a beautiful place. There's so many. Great places, but the most fun. Gee, I mean took a tour once with Tom Fazio, golf course designer to somebody's courses out in Wyoming and Montana, and Oregon. And you can't beat that. Northern california. Just Ed just open, a course out in Jackson Hole. We stopped and played that was our last one on the way in. To complete the trip. But man, they're just all they're really depends on who you're with and most of the time they're all good times. It gets down. If you're playing well or not do you get down on yourself? You start pouting if you're not playing well you gotta fight for that. But just strictly difficulty. I found the Olympic club to be impossible. I get Avas playing horribly that day plus plus Bethpage. Black is and wing foot in New York is, is a gigantic challenge to anyway. I'm glad you want to say one more thing about about the Intel stuff on on nine eleven. I don't want to be misunderstood about this during the Bush administration, the first term the build up to weapons of mass destruction. Everybody else like everybody else. I believed it. I because I knew that Saddam Hussein had used mustard gas and nerve gas on the Kurds. I knew he had used weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was not denying the allegations that were made. And Trump up. Sorry Bush was running around the country for year and a half, building up public support for the invasion of Iraq. Was after nine eleven Iraq could not be directly tied to the nine eleven attacks. Ten generally. Yeah, there had been some nine eleven training that might have occurred in, in Iraq. But Colin Powell's up at the United Nations and he's got photos. He's got satellite photos, and he's trying to convince everybody that Security Council that Saddam's, got weapons of mass destruction and everybody believed it. Bush believed Colin Powell believed it the photo settlement we all believed and then after the invasion of Iraq happened. No weapons of mass destruction were found everybody's still believed it. They thought Saddam succeeded in getting the stuff out of the country before where invasion started, and there were stories about semi trucks, and this, and that and the other moving the WMD's to Syria and other places. But people believed it. Because people believed the intelligence, the here's Colin Powell at the Security Council using satellite photos and converted to telling the Security Council people that Saddam had him. What did he an an an after it happened? There weren't any WMD's. We still just something happened. And you've if you remember the Brits, it wasn't just us one just our intelligence apparatus. It was the UK and our allies in Europe. Everybody was agreeing that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. Then when it happened that he didn't. Everybody just assumed that they got it wrong. That it was a mistake, but not purposeful. They just somehow they got it wrong or Saddam had of a move them out. I didn't start doubting. This. Until this this, this coup attempt on Trump. And I see that every leak in every story in the drive-by media. Remember in the first year year and a half. There were four stories day, folks, if you count the stories in the New York Times, and the Washington Post than CNN, there were four different stories today, all featuring leaks from anonymous sources that were said to be current and former American intelligence officials or experts or analysts or what have you. So it was clear that the media was using anonymous intelligence agency, or apparatus sources as their leak material. Anna were never a name attached to it. Never any name never at every one of these stories have the thirteenth fifteenth paragraph where they acknowledged that there wasn't yet any evidence for this. And then as it's slowly began to dawn on all of us that this was a giant Canet coup that this was totally made up that there wasn't any collusion, that there wasn't any cooperation between Trump and Russia and at the Russians not affected the election. The stories continued, nevertheless, from the same people. So that's when I began to think, wait a minute, who's doing to somebody's trying to undermine Trump. Somebody is trying to overturn the election results. Somebody is trying to drive Trump out of office, somebody, and they're using the credibility of what intelligence agencies and it was at that point, maybe a year into this attempt to get rid of Trump. Then it dawned on me. Maybe other sooner. Okay. Here's a bunch of people don't like Trump. Don't think he should have won trying to get him out of office, trying to overturn the election results. And I thought, what if the same thing happened to George W Bush? And I started to think back to the controversy of the aftermath of the recount in Florida and how much hatred there was for Bush. And how many stories in the media about how his presidency was illegitimate, and he wasn't the real winner that Al Gore won the popular vote. The supreme court stopped a legitimate. Recount gore was on the way to winning Trump was a unjustice a wait a minute. What? There was Bush hatred out the watt zoo. Just like there was Reagan hatred just like there is Trump hatred, and I began may did these same people are same agencies. Run a gigantic scam..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Thank you very much, quick, comment. You mentioned earlier that James Coney has said that he supported the communist party. In the seventies voted he voted communist candidates. Yes. Brennan supported the communist party. And now Coney yet, they both later all were employed by the FBI the CIA went up through the ranks became the director. Now Brennan in two thousand three two thousand four corden Wikipedia was director of the terror. The terrorist threat integration center, and that office and compiled information for President Bush's intelligence briefings, and that ties into your speculation that Bush was played about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So Bredon was right there to be in a position to do that. And I think that only Brennan and Clapper, it wasn't just pride about them wanting to have their daily intelligence briefings with Trump. They wanted to be able to pull the puppet strings control the information. Well, yeah, yeah, they, they the intelligence could not and not just these guys, they'd be intelligence community. No matter. When you go back in American history, any administration, they all want access everybody wants access president, everybody Intel community, particularly State Department, they all want access Trump was telling the intelligence community need to talk to you guys every day. I've got a good memory and I'm smart. I know what's going on around the world anyway, and they were righteously indignant and, and about that and also feeling like their access was going to be denied. So it's time to show him exactly what they can do to somebody not cooperating with them all kinds of factors that went into that. Yeah. Go ahead. It's amazing to me that those after it was known had to be known that they supported the communist party were even employed by the FBI and the CIA to start with. I just don't see how that happened. And I had one more point quick point after that, if that's okay. Well, look when it comes to call me, I'm not, I don't know how serious this guy. It's, it's out there zero hatchets out that red state that Komi is saying he was a communist and voted laughed and then moved from becoming a communist whatever is now. And with him as dry ball as he is it could have been. Call me just trying to be funny, but your question is, let's Brennan is an acknowledged. I mean, that was that was not a youthful, flirtation Renan was, was committed when he was voting in the seventies for communists, and so forth. Your question is how these guys pass Clarence. How do they get hired? And I can't tell you, I honestly I, I don't have the slightest idea, I only thing I can think is that people that didn't see much wrong with it, or it was genuinely in their past and was not a, my guess is that the people doing the vetting. Wouldn't see that much wrong with it. My second real quick point is local affiliate, W, T, I B, Greenville, North Carolina. There's the show that does as much to inform us on local and state politics. Nationally. Tom Lamprecht clouds and I wanted to give them a shout out. It's a big deal to get mentioned on this program. So I'm sure he is highly highly appreciative. Give them a call. All right. Well, thank you. I have played Pinehurst and I I the boys and Girls Club every other year, one of the chapters. They have a fundraising tournament, where they sell foursomes to donors that, then, get to play the US, open course as it is set up for the open one month prior to the open and last year Shinnecock one of the years it was it was. Pinehurst at it change. That's, that's how I got the play Bethpage, which is where the PG I need to turn that on. But what am I doing sitting here, the PGA championship? Anyway, it's, it's page black. That is a monster of a golf course. I mean these Bronx KEPCO at the end of the day yesterday was leading at minus seven simply because he hits the ball a mile. Man. That course is a is a monster. The most fun. Course. I don't you know, golf, the most fun, you have is with the people you're playing with in his people at what's your favorite Gump. It's impossible to name a favorite golf course. They're all unique. I love cookie. Oh on the big island, Hawaii. Maybe that's where I've had because some of the some of the most fun times, I've had been cookie. Oh on the big island of Hawaii. But they had it is start naming golf courses like when people ask you what your favorite cigar is. If you don't mention them, all you end up. Angering some people. And, and so I. The hardest golf course I have ever ever played is the Olympic club in San Francisco tied with Bethpage Black. Just the hardest golf courses. But, but they're all hard, they're all hard to some. Like, if you're ever fortunate enough to play Gusta. You don't care how hard it is. You're just grateful that you're there, you know, get get to experience the fact that the higher your score. The better means the longer you're out there. I'm just joking with Pebble Beach is not. I mean, it's, it's just a beautiful place. There's so many great places. But the most fun g took a tour once with Tom Fazio golf course designer to somebody's courses out in Wyoming and Montana, and Oregon. And you can't beat that. Northern california. Just just opened a course out in Jackson Hole. Always stopped and played that was our last one on the way in. To complete the trip. But man, they're just all depends on who you're with and most of the time. They're, they're all good times. It gets down. If you're playing well or not. Do you get down on yourself? You start pouting if you're not playing well you got to fight for that. But just strictly difficulty. I found the Olympic club to be impossible. I got office, playing horribly that day. Plus, plus, Bethpage. Black is and wing foot and New York is, is a gigantic challenge to anyway. I'm glad you want to say one more thing about about the Intel stuff on on nine eleven. I don't want to be misunderstood about this during the Bush administration, the first term the build up the weapons of mass destruction. Everybody else. Like everybody else. I believed it because I knew that Saddam Hussein had used mustard gas and nerve gas on the Kurds. I knew he had used weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was not denying any of the allegations that were made. And trump. Sorry Bush was running around the country free year and a half building up public support for the invasion of Iraq. Was after nine eleven Iraq could not be directly tied to the nine eleven attacks, ten gen chilly. Yeah, there had been some nine eleven training that might have occurred in, in Iraq, but Colin Powell's up at the United Nations, and he's got photos, he's got satellite photos, and he's product convince everybody skirting council that Saddam's, got weapons of mass destruction and everybody believed it. Bush believed a Colin Powell believed it the photo settlement we all believed it. And then after the invasion of Iraq happened. No weapons of mass destruction were found. Everybody's still believed. They thought Saddam succeeded in getting the stuff out of the country before where invasion started, and there were stories about semi trucks, and this, and that and the other moving the WMD's to Syria and other places, but people believed it. Because people believed the intelligence, the here's Colin Powell at the Security Council, using satellite photos, and committed to telling the Security Council people that Saddam had them. He an an after it happened there weren't any WMD's. We still just something happened. You've if you remember the Brits, it wasn't just us one just our intelligence apparatus. It was the UK and our allies in Europe. Everybody was agreeing. That Saddam had weapons of mass destruction then when it happened and he didn't. Everybody just assumed that they got it wrong. That it was. A mistake but not purposeful. They just somehow they got it. Wrong Saddam had of a moved them out. I didn't start doubting. This. Until this this, this coup attempt on Trump. And I see that every leak in every story in the drive-by media. Remember in the first year year and a half. There were four stories day, folks, if you count the stories in the New York Times, and the Washington Post and CNN. There were four different stories day, all featuring leaks from anonymous sources that were said to be current and former American intelligence officials or experts or analysts or what have you. So it was clear that the media was using anonymous intelligence agency, or apparatus sources as their leak material. Anna were never a name attached to it. Never any name never. And every one of these stories have the thirteenth to fifteenth paragraph where they acknowledged that there wasn't yet any evidence for this. And then as it slowly began to dawn on all of us that this was a Gye cabin coup that this was totally made up that there wasn't any collusion, that there wasn't any cooperation between Trump and Russia at the Russians not affected the election. The stories continued, nevertheless, from the same people. So that's when I began to think, wait a minute, who's doing somebody's trying to undermine Trump. Somebody is trying to overturn the election results. Somebody is trying to drive Trump out of office, somebody, and they're using the credibility of what intelligence agencies and it was at that point, maybe a year into this attempt to get rid of Trump. Dawned on me. Maybe other sooner. Okay. Here's a bunch of people don't like Trump. Don't think he should have one trying to get him out of office trying to overturn the election. And I thought, what if the same thing happened to George W Bush, and I started to think back to the controversy of the aftermath of the recount in Florida and how much hatred there was for Bush. And how many stories in the media about how his presidency was illegitimate, and he wasn't the real winner Al Gore, won the popular vote. The supreme court stopped a legitimate. Recount gore was on the way to winning Trump, a unjustice a wait a minute. What? You know, there was Bush hatred out the watt zoo. Just like there was Reagan hatred just like there is Trump hatred and I began to may did these same people these same agencies. Run a gigantic scam. On Bush and by association. Tony Blair in the UK, and any number of our other allies, that join the coalition to drive Saddam out of Iraq to get the weapons of mass destruction. Well, who knows? That's when I first started making the associated, I still don't know if it happens, I the last caller talked about this as though I have a conclusive opinion on it. I don't I'm still asking the question, but it never occurred to me until I saw what they're capable of with, with Trump. And then..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:19 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Meeting and surpassing all audience expectations everyday. Rush Limbaugh, America's real anchorman doing the job. The drive by media maybe never has done, but at least refund to of done many, many moons ago, here is standing Belle haven, North Carolina. Glad you called share your next and open line Friday night. This an honor, sir honor to talk to you. Thank you. Thank you very much, quit comments. You mentioned earlier that James Comey has said that he supported the communist party. In the seventies voted he voted communist candidates. Yes. So we that Brennan supported the communist party. And now Coney yet, they both later on were employed by the FBI to see a went up through the ranks became the directory now, Brennan in two thousand three two thousand four corden to Wikipedia was director of the terror. The terrorist threat integration center, and that office sifted and compiled information for President Bush's intelligence briefings, and that ties into your speculation that Bush was played about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So Britain was right there to be in a position to do that. And I think that Kony Brennan and Clapper, it wasn't just pride about them wanting to have their daily intelligence briefing with Trump, they wanted to be able to pull the puppet strings control the information. Well, yeah, yeah, they, they the intelligence and not just these three guys they'd be intelligence community. No matter. When you go back in American history, any administration, they all want access everybody wants access president, everybody Intel community, particularly State Department, they all want access Trump was telling me intelligence community. I don't need to talk to you guys every day. I've got a good memory and I'm smart. I know what's going on around the world, anyway. And they were righteously indignant and, and about that and also feeling like their access was going to be denied. So it's time to show him exactly what they can do to somebody not cooperating with them. There's all kinds of factors that went into that. But yeah, go ahead. This amazing to me that those two after it was known it had to be known that they support the communist party were even employed by the FBI and the CIA to start with. I just don't see how that happened. And I have one more point quick point after that. If that's okay. Well, look. When it comes to call me, I'm not, I don't know how serious this guy. I mean it's, it's, it's out there zero hatchets out that red state that Komi is saying he was a communist voted left and then moved from becoming a communist old. Every is now and with him as dry ball as he is it could have been Komi just trying to be funny, but your question is, let's Brennan is an acknowledged. I mean, that was that was not a youthful, flirtation Renan was, was committed when he was voting in the seventies for communists, and so forth. Your question is how these guys passed clearance hired, and I can't tell you I honestly I, I don't have the slightest idea. I the only thing I can think is that people vetting him didn't see much wrong with it or believe that it was genuinely in their past and was not a, my guess is that the people doing the vetting wouldn't see that much wrong with it. My second real quick point is local affiliate, W T V, Greenville, North Carolina. There's a show that does much to inform us on local and state politics as you do on nationally. Tom Lamprecht and say clouds and I wanted to give them a shout out. Well, it's a big deal to get mentioned on this program. So I'm sure he is highly highly appreciative ever played Pinehurst. You give them a call. See if they wanna play all right? We'll thank you. I have played Pinehurst and I I the boys and Girls Club every other year, one of the chapters. They have a fundraising tournament where you that they sell foursomes to donors, then get to play the US, open course as it is set up for the open one month prior to the open and last year Shinnecock one of the years it was. Was it was? Pinehurst at it changed. That's, that's how I got the play Bethpage, which is where the PG I need to turn that on. But what am I doing sitting here, the PGA championship? Anyway, it's, it's page black. That is a monster of a golf course. I mean these Brooks KEPCO at the end of the day yesterday was leading at minus seven simply because he hits the ball, a mile man that courses is a monster. The most fun course. I don't golf, the most fun, you have is with the people you're playing with in his people at what's your favorite Gump. It's impossible to name a favorite golf course. They're all unique love cookie. Oh on the big island, Hawaii, I get maybe that's where I've had because some of the some of the most fun times, I've had been cookie on the big island of Hawaii, but had it start naming golf courses, like when people ask you what your favorite cigar is, if you don't mention them, all you end up. Angering some people. And, and so I. The hardest golf course I have ever ever played is. The Olympic club in San Francisco tied with Bethpage Black. Just the hardest golf courses, but they're all hard, they're all hard to some. Like, if you're ever fortunate enough to play Gusta. You don't care how hard it is. You just grateful that you're there, you know, get get to experience the fact that the higher your score better means the longer you're out there. I'm just joking with Pebble Beach is not. I mean, it's, it's just a beautiful place. There's so many. Great places. But the most fun, g took a tour once Tom Fazio golf course designer to somebody's courses out in Wyoming and Montana, and Oregon. And you can't beat that. Northern california. Just just opened a course out in Jackson Hole. We stopped and played that was our last one on the way in. To complete the trip. But man, they're just all they're really depends on who you're with and most of the time they're all good times. It gets down. If you're playing well or not do you get down on yourself? You start pouting if you're not playing well you got fight for that. But just strictly difficulty. I found the Olympic club to be impossible. I playing horribly that day. Plus, plus Bethpage Black is and wing foot in New York is, is a gigantic challenge to anyway. I'm glad you want to say one more thing about about the Intel stuff on on nine eleven. I don't want to be misunderstood about this during the Bush administration, the first term the build up the weapons of mass destruction. Everybody else. Like everybody else. I believed it. Because I knew that Saddam Hussein had used mustard gas nerve gas on the Kurds. I knew he had used weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was not denying the allegations that were made. And trump. Sorry Bush was running around the country free year and a half building up public support for the invasion of Iraq. And that was after nine eleven Iraq could not be directly tied to the nine eleven attacks ten generally. Yeah, there had been some nine eleven training that might have occurred in, in Iraq, but Colin Powell's up at the United Nations and he's got photos. He's got satellite photos, and he's trying to convince everybody skirting council that Saddam's, got weapons of mass destruction and everybody believed it. Bush believed that Colin Powell believed it the photo, satellite. We all believed it. And then after the invasion of Iraq happened. No weapons of mass destruction were found everybody's still believed it. They thought Saddam succeeded in getting the stuff out of the country before where invasion started, and there were stories about semi trucks, and this, and that and the other moving the WMD's to Syria and other places. But people believed it. Because people believed the intelligence, the here's Colin Powell at the Security Council, using satellite photos and connected to telling the Security Council people that Saddam had him. What did he an an an after it happened? There weren't any WMD's. We still just something happened. If you remember the Brits, it wasn't just us one just our intelligence apparatus. It was the UK and our allies in Europe. Everybody was agreeing that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction then when it happened and he didn't. Everybody's just assume that they got it wrong. That it was a. Mistake, but not purposeful. They just somehow they got it. Wrong Saddam had of a moved them out. I didn't start doubting. This. Until this this, this coup attempt on Trump. And I see that every leak in every story in the drive-by media. Remember in the first year year and a half four stories day, folks, if you count the stories in the New York Times, and the Washington Post than CNN, there were four different stories day, all featuring leaks from anonymous sources that were said to be current and former American intelligence officials or experts or analysts or what have you. So it was clear that the media was using anonymous intelligence agency, or apparatus sources as their weak material. Anna were never a name attached to it. Never any name never at every one of these stories had the thirteenth fifteenth paragraph where they acknowledged that there wasn't yet any evidence for this. And then as it's slowly began to dawn on all of us that this was a giant Canet coup that this was totally made up that there wasn't any collusion, that there wasn't any cooperation between Trump and Russia and at the Russians not affected the election. The stories continued, nevertheless, from the same people, so that's when I began to wait a minute, who's doing somebody's trying to undermine Trump. Somebody's trying to overturn the election results. Somebody is trying to drive Trump out of office, somebody, and they're using the credibility of what intelligence agencies and it was at that point, maybe a year into this attempt to get rid of Trump. Dawned on me. Maybe other sooner. Okay. Here's a bunch of people don't like Trump. Don't think he should have won trying to get him out of office trying to overturn the election. And I thought, what if the same thing happened to George W Bush, and I started to think back to the controversy of the aftermath of a recount in Florida and how much hatred there was for Bush. And how many stories in the media about how his presidency was illegitimate, and he wasn't the real winner Al Gore, won the popular vote. The supreme court stopped a legitimate. Recount gore was on the way to winning. Trump is a unjustice wait a minute. What? There was Bush hatred out the watt zoo. Just like there was Reagan hatred just like there is Trump hatred, and I began may did these same people are same agencies. Run a gigantic scam. On Bush and by association. Tony Blair.

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"watt zoo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Meeting and surpassing all audience expectations everyday. Rush Limbaugh, America's real anchorman doing the job drive by media. Maybe never has done. But at least reflective of done many, many moons ago here is standing Belle haven, North Carolina. Glad you called, sir. You're next on open line Friday night. It's an honor, sir. Honored to talk to you. Thank you. Thank you very much, quit comments. You mentioned earlier that, James cone, the has said that he supported the communist party in the seventies voted he voted communist candidates. Yes. But we does that Brennan supported the communist party. And now Coney yet, they both later on were employed by the FBI the CIA went up through the ranks became the director, now Brennan in two thousand three two thousand four corden to Wikipedia. Was director of the terror. The terrorist threat integration center, and that office sifted and compiled information for President Bush's intelligence briefings, and that ties into your speculation that Bush was played about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So Bredon was right there to be in a position to that. And I think that Komi Brennan and Clapper it wasn't just pride about the morning to have their daily intelligence briefings with Trump. They wanted to be able to pull the puppet strings they control the information. Well, yeah, yeah, they, they the intelligence and not just these three guys they'd be intelligence community. No matter. When you go back in American history, EMMY administration, they all want access everybody wants access president, everybody Intel community, particularly State Department, they all want access Trump was telling me intelligence community. I don't need to talk to you guys every day. I've got a good memory and I'm smart. I know what's going on around the world anyway, and they were righteously indignant and about that and also feeling like their access was going to be denied. So it's time to show him exactly what they can do to somebody not cooperating with them. There's all kinds of factors that went into that. But let's go ahead into make it's amazing to me that those two after. It was known it had to be known that they support the communist party were even employed by the FBI and the CIA to start with. I just don't see how that happened. And I had one more point quick point after that, if that's okay. Well, look when it comes to call me, I'm not, I don't know how serious this guy. I mean it's, it's, it's out there zero hedge. It's red state that Komi is saying he was a communist voted laughed, and he didn't move from becoming a communist whatever is now. And with him as Dr all Z, as it could have been combing just trying to be funny. But your question is, let's Brennan is an acknowledged. I mean, that was that was not a youthful, flirtation Renan was, was committed when he was voting in the seventies for communists, and so forth. Your question is how these guys passed clearance. How do they get hired? And I can't tell you, I honestly I, I don't have the slightest idea. I the only thing I can think is that people vetting him didn't see much wrong with it or was genuinely in their past, and was not a, my guest is that the people doing the vetting. Wouldn't see that much wrong with it. I agree with you. My second real quick point is local affiliate, W TI. Be Greenville, North Carolina. There's a show that does much to inform us on local and state politics as you do nationally. And it's Tom Lamprecht and say class and I wanted to give them a shout out. It's a big deal at mentioned on this program. So I'm sure he is highly highly appreciative will if you ever played Pinehurst that you give them a call. See if they wanna play. All right. Well, thank you. I have played Pinehurst and I I the boys and Girls Club every other year, one of the chapters, they have a fundraising tournament where you that they sell foursomes to donors that, then get to play the US, open course as it is set up for the open one month prior to the open and last year Shinnecock one of the years it was it was. Pinehurst at it change. That's, that's how I got the play Bethpage, which is where the PG I need to turn that on. But what am I doing sitting here, the PGA championship? Anyway, it's, it's page black. That is a monster of a golf course. I mean these Bronx KEPCO at the end of the day yesterday was leading at minus seven simply because he hits the ball a mile. Man that courses is a monster. The most fun. Course. I don't. Golf, the most fun. You have is with the people you're playing with in his people at what's your favorite Gump. It's impossible to name a favorite golf course. They're all unique that love cookie. Oh on the big island, Hawaii, I get maybe that's where I've had because some of the some of the most fun times, I've had been Keke o- on the big island of Hawaii, but it start naming golf courses. Like when people ask you what your favorite cigar is, if you don't mention them, all you end up. Angering some people. And, and so I. The hardest golf course I have ever ever played is. The Olympic club in San Francisco tied with Bethpage Black. Just the hardest golf courses. They're all hard. They're all hard to some. Like, if you're ever fortunate enough to play Gusta. You don't care how hard it is. You're just grateful that you've there, you know, get get to experience. In fact, the higher your score better means the longer you're out there. I'm just joking with Pebble Beach is not. I mean, it's, it's just a beautiful place. There's so many. Great places. But the most fun g. Took a tour once Tom fuzzy. Oh, golf course designer to some of his courses out in Wyoming and Montana, and Oregon. And you can't beat that. Northern california. Just just opened a course out in Jackson Hole. We stopped and played that was our last one on the way in. To complete the trip. But man, they're just all they're really depends on who you're with and most of the time they're all good times of gets down. If you're playing well or not do you get down on yourself? You start pouting if you're not playing well you gotta fight for that. But just strictly difficulty. I found the Olympic club to be impossible playing horribly that day. Plus, plus Bethpage Black is and win foot in New York is, is a gigantic challenge to anyway. I'm glad you want to say one more thing about about the. Intel stuff on nine eleven. I don't wanna be misunderstood about this during the Bush administration, the first term the build up the weapons of mass destruction. Everybody else. Like everybody else. I believed it I, because I knew that Saddam Hussein had used mustard gas nerve gas on the Kurds. I knew he had used weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was not denying the allegations that were made. And trump. Sorry Bush was running around the country free year and a half building up public support for the invasion of Iraq. And it was after nine eleven Iraq could not be directly tied to the nine eleven tags. Ten gingerly. Yeah. There had been some nine eleven training that might have occurred in, in Iraq. But Colin Powell's up at the United Nations and he's got photos. He's got satellite photos, and he's trying to convince everybody skirting council that Saddam's, got weapons of mass destruction and everybody believed it. Bush believed Colin Powell believed it the photo satellite. We all believed it. And then after the invasion of Iraq happened in no weapons of mass destruction were found. Everybody's still believed it. They thought Saddam succeeded in getting the stuff out of the country before where invasion started, and there were stories about semi trucks, and this, and that and the other moving the WMD's to Syria and other places. But people believed it. Because people believed the intelligence, the here's Colin Powell at the Security Council, using satellite photos, and committed to telling Security Council people that Saddam had them. There wasn't an an after it happened. There weren't any WMD's. We still just want something happened. If you remember the Brits, it wasn't just us, just our intelligence apparatus. It was the UK and our allies in Europe. Everybody was agreeing that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. Then when it happened that he didn't. Everybody just assumed that they got it wrong. That it was a mistake, but not purposeful. They just somehow they got it. Wrong Saddam had of a move them out. I didn't start doubting this. Until this this, this coup attempt on Trump. And I see that every leak in every story in the drive-by media and remember in the first year year and a half. There were four stories day, folks, if you count the stories in the New York Times in the Washington Post and CNN reform different stories. They all featuring leaks from anonymous sources that were said to be current and former American intelligence officials or experts or analysts, or what have you. So it was clear that the media was using anonymous intelligence agency, or apparatus sources as their leak material. Anna were never a name attached to it. Never any name never at every one of these stories have the thirteenth fifteenth paragraph where they acknowledged that there wasn't yet any evidence for this. And then as it's slowly began to dawn on all of us that this was a Gye Canet coup that this was totally made up that there wasn't any collusion, that there wasn't any cooperation between Trump and Russia and at the Russians not affected the election. The stories continued, nevertheless, from the same people. So that's when I began to think, wait a minute, who's doing to somebody's trying to undermine Trump. Somebody's trying to overturn the election results. Somebody is trying to drive Trump out office somebody, and they're using the credibility of what intelligence agencies and it was at that point, maybe a year into this attempt to get rid of Trump. It dawned on me. Maybe other sooner. Okay. Here's a bunch of people don't like Trump. Don't think he should have won trying to get him out of office, trying to overturn the electoral votes. And I thought, what if the same thing happened to George W Bush? And I started to think back to the controversy of the aftermath of the recount in Florida and how much hatred there was for Bush. And how many stories in the media about how his presidency was illegitimate? Wasn't the real winner? Al Gore, won the popular vote is prima court stopped a legitimate. Recount gore was on the way to winning. Trump is a unjustice wait a minute. What? There was Bush hatred out the watt zoo. Just like there was Reagan hatred just like there is Trump hatred and I began to make did these same people. Same agencies. Run a gigantic scam..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on First Take

First Take

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on First Take

"And you think that's the right idea because I do that. So is every every was acting. That's the right idea by that that might be a whole nother debate. But I don't necessarily think this idea that chasing the office of mining head. Coach is smart because whatever choirs the basic sessile offense coordinator or offense of innovator is different scale than what it requires to manage a team. And if you're hiring guy because you think that he's an offense of innovator. And you think that's gonna give you sustained success you're wrong, unless you believe he is so smart that he's going to be smarter than everyone every noble say, but you're not arguing that that that talent is mutually exclusive with other leadership abilities. You're just arguing that you can't only look at that. Talent I agree with that that seems to be the definitive one. So rarely do we find people talking about they hire guy because of his people skills when an actual -ality, which more important to being a head coaches is having good people skills and learn how to manage a room and understanding how what buttons to push on the leaders on your team. That's what makes us successful head coach coming out with a new scheme like they're they're certainly that you can compete on football in all sports that you can't anymore. Like, you're not gonna be able to out strong your opponent. Everyone's got strengthened condition in state of the art. You're not gonna be able to consistently out coach your opponent. I think that culture is a way that you can sustain success and going after some office of coordinator because he's a hot name because someone else found a young office coordinator is a mistake. And I think you brought up the cardinals they are headed for just three things you said, but go ahead, Stephen before I say anything else, and obviously all seriousness absolutely no shot at you whatsoever. But I've been watching our Kelly's documentary on lifetime AJ is a hell of a lot more than enough of these days and let me. Exact point to say. I don't even get me started. On a lifetime channel right now disturbing. Let me let me move on back to what we were talking about my mind is not wear where you're talking about. Max disagreed with anything any off said, that's just not on my mind. Right. And there was my mind the pipeline talking about a youth movement in coaching any brothers gonna get hired and fell more than seventy percent black. With the firing of five black coaches at the end of the season. The number is now down to black coaches in the National Football League. Mike Tomlin in Pittsburgh, Anthony land in Los Angeles with the charges. The other thirty teams know black coaches one African American GM went to my standing the guy Miami. If I remember gravity, I believe, that's it. So league seventy percent black to black coaches, one black GM and oh woman already GM. And by the way, when we talk about a pipeline since they wanna bring college coaches into the mix. I don't see any brothers in college in that pop line that could end up in the National Football League. They ain't thinking about Kevin someone poor, you know, hermit with. I who we miss daily here had to go back to the state to get another job. I mean, let's go Loxley Alabama's office coordinator. And by talk about giving him a job. Shore Jay's Franklin so when we're talking about we got a whole bunch of cats out there, we got a whole bunch of we got we got more than a few brothers in the National Football League. Who have really really worked their way up the ladder looking for an opportunity. I doubt they're going to get a look we noted brothers in college. And getting a look so it just seems like this boy club. All right with new names coming out the watt zoo. Every I mean Kingsbury listen, God bless them. I wish him nothing about the best. You wanted to five hundred Texas Tech national championship on your resume and winning record on your resume. Okay. But you Glenn the head coaching job the head head coaching job in the National Football League with the Zona car. I mean. Obviously friends Jon Gruden you got John Lynch who didn't have any NFL front office experience before he got a job. I'm noticing a trend that's going into wrong direction. We're taking a step way way back and evidently people need to be made to feel uncomfortable before antennas get raised..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"And hopefully everyone is downloading these podcasts, and we are hoping sued the travel pains during this thanksgiving week of travel. It is brutal. And there will be delays on trains buses traffic, obviously flight delays as well. And we're we're here for you. And we also want to give out some winners. So Phil Steele's coming up with this five place. He went three and two last week. And then John Murray as well from behind the counter has some sharp lays on this rivalry weekend. And some NBA talk is the warriors of failed to cover four straight. There struggling Draymond green out tomorrow. What do we make of all these other teams this unpredictable first month or so of the NBA season's been wild the cell? Ix of all teams are barely over five hundred zero lot dive into with him and tiger Phil, and Chuck and Tito and the may the third fight of the trilogy. So we'll get all we'll get into all of that. With John Murray straight ahead. Stop hammer time there's a couple of games I plan to hammer this coming week, and I need to flush it out with our man. Phil Steele back on the podcast, Phil. How are you man? You know, I am doing great, Doug. How about yourself today? How do you feel when I'm telling you? I love some games this week. That's that's good to hear especially after last week. You were sorta we she washy on the entire week. And I guess it showed on the sportscenter did his area and actually had a losing week the Russian is cut. Yeah. Went one into in. I'm annoyed. Look what it coulda shoulda. There's been some coin flips that I've had wiggle my picks down to three for sports intern. I've obviously chosen the right ones. I remember Arizona at home against oak. Excuse me, Oregon early this year. I did not choose it. I took Houston that day and being the right decision. So one that coin flip this time. I took Oklahoma first-half probably was leaning towards watt zoo based on our conversation on this very podcast. So I went one and to I'm a I'm bummed about it happens twenty three and ten now on sportscenter still obviously very fortunate record. But it would have been nice to just continue that I gotta finish strong two more weeks ago. I'd like to go at least two and one each of the next victim bring you back on this week. I mean, not after my NFL picks gone one into back weeks. Yeah. Well, the NFL I'm just glad to get one win. Sometimes. So but you went three two last week. It was an ugly week. It was tough. I really should've gone with the synod L as well. Antastic handicap on your end calling out the triple option calling out all those points, fifty plus hard not to want to take that. But then again, Bama head cover ten straight first-half. So finally that street comes to an end. But that's okay. Yeah. It's a great end you want road debt streak almost the entire year. And when you write a streaky win many times, you lose only one. So you got the most out of that one. Doug. I did I was happy with it. I did jump off a couple times. You are not a fan of that. You almost rep you scolded me, basically. I did. There was twice. I did that if I had played the other three times it would have been two and one. So you're right in that regard. But you know, I wasn't wrong. This is the Mississippi State game. And it was you know, it was the right sort of angle it was there, but they just got lucky with the refs. But here we are much more enjoyable matchups this weekend on the college football card, and I know you have five plays. I wanna get to those should we start there. So we start with. Which one would you like to go? Let's go your. We'll start start with my five. Okay. Then then we'll definitely cover every other game that you want to cover. All right. Let's go there. First things. I do you have any of the Thursday games or any max mid week? No. I do not. Okay. You're you're on Saturday. And you want to start with Virginia which honestly should have one last weekend. I was disappointed that was heartbreaking game at the end they covered, but they had the game outright. And you like the walk who's on the road in Blacksburg Virginia Tech is just absolutely dominated this series..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Swamp. Excuse me, lots of this, but just some big atmosphere. Like last week's game, you know, brought it all. And then here I mean, it's a night game at death valley. It's going to be curious to see when this team runs out of steam. If at all could be this weekend. But again, that line seems about right. Another ranked match of the third for this weekend is where game day is Pac, twelve country. Finally, going to watt. Zoo should be an electric atmosphere. I was gonna kick out of those. Early games, right? So early, it's six AM out there in the west coast, and I've been out there when game day radio traveled at UCLA and some other places in the past Seattle we, that was the venue we were at for the Washington USC game a couple years ago, but here's Oregon, which I've been really impressed. I thought they were dead dead dead, but just going to be really hard to pick themselves up off the mat after blowing that game at home to Stanford. But hats off to the ducks they've bounced back five and one now following a win over Washington, thou they gotta take the cougs in Pullman. Yeah, it's inter- it's interesting when they were off that overtime game against Stanford the very next week they traveled to face California, which was fresh off a bye see thought the situation was huge in California's favor yet the ducks handle they won the game forty two, twenty four on the road, love the way just in Herbert's playing this year seventeen to five ratio. I do think he's the probably one overall pick in the draft. You know, a quarterback elevate at the end. I know. Moses up there and Oliver's up there. But just in Herbert is who's gonna specimen. You could Ronnie big, he's got everything he wanted to quarterback. I think Herber will be possibly the number one pick in the draft and he's playing like it for the most part is you met, say, dominate, Stanford last week, you don't wash MRs fields at the end of the regulation. We got a whole different story on Oregon. If that feel goes through, you had a two loss team that's going nowhere. But here they are now they control their own destiny. Both teams actually control their own destiny. If they went out, they win their division and get to the Pac twelve title game in both still ever shot at making the place. I think that Oregon better football team, but the situation with Washington stay off a bye is huge game day being on hand love the way they waved the Washington state flake and all those game days, all these years. And now they finally get the host one at home and about her and her Menchu East Carolina transfer is sort of playing in obscurity for years. And now I hit sixty nine percent of the nineteen four ratio. I would take the points in this one because I feel organs. Football team, but way I tell you what? Pullman, Washington, very tough place to play and remember they beat USC NF riday night. Last year, the this will be an even bigger environment than it was for that. I'm excited for that when it's gonna be good, apple Cup this year as well. One other game I skipped over it and I apologize. It's another ranked matchup very interesting because both teams almost would be ripe for a flat spot, but it's a rivalry game in actually, today we're taping this on Wednesday. October seventeenth is is the three year anniversary. That's strange loss by the wolverines punting and the Sparty blocked it and returned. It just just improbable win. So here's a ranked matchup in east Lansing, wolverines lane a touchdown on the road against their rivals. Yeah. And you know, ever since my car are those comments about the little brothers series just been dominated by Michigan state, I think perfect against the spread. They've dropped a couple of games straight up and so they'll be fired up for it. But you know, if I'm horrible, I'm in the locker room. I'm like, you know what I've heard enough about this little brother stuff. It was a little brother anyway. They kicked your for all these years. Go on, do something about it. And I just think Michigan's got more horses this year..

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"watt zoo" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"watt zoo" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"They will run the ball and then they're gonna run it a little bit more. And just when you think they've finished running, maybe they'll pass it, but the probably right. Just continue on the foot. They're just going to keep on running it. So I'm worried about Florida. Giving up big plays. Dan Mullen giving up a little bit too much Joe Moorhead taking time. Maybe it was a situation where Mississippi State and the emotions involved in playing against their old coach, sort of look past Kentucky, but even if they did, I was done to them 'cause Kentucky's good. So I think Mississippi State eventually wins this game. I'm terribly worried about fleet a Frank storing into this defense because they're going to need him to do that. And if you have to count on that for your attempt to score twenty eight to thirty one points I myself am not feeling good. So I think state wins this game twenty eight seventeen. I'm gonna go Mississippi State minus the points. It's a tough place to play Tai thirty one ten while comfortable. Yeah. All right. I got. I got five more games here on my list that I wanna get through, but we gotta do it quickly. Let's spin we got serious impact. Twelve network, Utah at watt. Zoo was opened as a two point. Favorite Utah is now favored by one. I don't like the fact that it's on the road. I don't like anything about Utah's offense, but they still have a really good defense and I am going to just go sight, unseen defense here, gimme Utah to win this outright Utah. The one hundred thirtieth best offense out of one hundred thirty teams. The eighth best defense I am going to take was I'm gonna take was 'cause Utah. Just even if they keep them to twenty points as Utah scoring twenty. Jimmy wazoo I'm gonna give those going to take those points home dog pretty good defense I think was wins by three to seven, seven PM ESPN you. We've got Iowa State at TCU tease you a ten and a half point favorite. Dan. I would say the best part of bout not being able to record on Wednesday. Was that I couldn't screw up my TCU Texas pick because I was one hundred and ninety percent going. Go TCU there. Oh, I were both all in. Yes, I am going to go TCU here as well. Still good football team go TCU at home with ten and a half revenge spot for TCU after last year's game that has TCU fan saying, we never played Iowa State last year. I don't remember that at all. Went to see kept turning the ball over. I think TCU gets back on track. I was state's good. I'm actually gonna take the points here. I think TC wins outright, but I think they win this game by seven eighths. So I'm I'm gonna take those points. I'm gonna say the final score is something like thirty one twenty four. All right. Also we've got ten pm ESPN two, Virginia Tech, Duke interesting match Duke favored by five and a half. I believe in this game, Dan, he got. Take man. What a, what a come down for Jimmy attack? No, I know. I think I'm leaving Duke. I really like what dukes able to do defensively, even losing their defensive coordinator. They win games when their backup quarterback. I know Daniel Jones has gotten healthier. I'm gonna go with due care. I'm gonna do as well. The injury, Josh Jackson is not fun. I hope he has speedy recovery, but their backups pretty good, but I'm worried about that offense. You're worried about the offense and dukes been pretty good this year. So we'll do definitely seven thirty on SEC network, South Carolina at Kentucky, Kentucky a point and a half point favorite. I hate to keep asking the question Dan, but is Kentucky back there. I think they've just arrived. Kentucky's good. Kentucky's just straight. I don't need to qualify Kentucky's good. They faced good teams and beating them are pretty good teams in beating them. They have a formula that is, I think also good for beating team like South Carolina, who if you're willing to be patient against the South Carolina defense, you can move the ball. Kentucky has many Snell. Kentucky has a very good defensive front. I think Kentucky will win this game. There is something there is. There's juice about Kentucky right now that I don't fully see with this, especially South Carolina offense. So I'm gonna give those points. Kentucky keeps rolling..

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