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Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | Last month

Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe

"But then I thought to myself and Jim said it during the break We always chatting Chips like you know really pisses me off He's like Andrew weissman Who Now Mueller was out of it You heard him testify publicly I'm not absolving him of wrongdoing Mueller folks Let me be clear But he was so clearly out of it in the hearing you wonder how much he really knew about wiseman was his bulldog And weissman was briefed cash in August of 2016 about the dossier and then gets the bulldog position under Mueller to go after Trump for what weissman now categorically knows was a hoax This is third world Cuba style stuff No Jim's right This guy ran the special counsel's investigation not based on facts and law but based on pure politics And he admitted it and he got hired to do that job anyway This is the same guy that texted the Deputy Attorney General The attorney general Sally Yates the day after she got fired rightly so by Trump and he texted her and he said basically we love you Thanks for being a political monster What kind of computers did me as a former federal prosecutor How can you be okay with that But that Andy I'll check one to Jim on that Andy and I go to the biggest culprit is Miami Andy mccabe That guy orchestrated this entire Russia gate hoax as a deputy director of the FBI and a reminder everybody He got fired for lying to federal investigators about leaking information to the media about the Clinton email server investigation That's the guy that was running the insurance plan with the lovebirds in his office In August of 2016 and that's the guy that signed off in the most salacious Pfizer warrant and lied to a federal court That guy I have always said this all roads lead to Andy mccabe and I think John dermot building the criminal conspiracy case that's going to knock him out

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"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"That you were scheduled to go over there at ten o'clock that morning. For about two weeks before the tragedy happened, I had started coming in one hour later. So between the time rusty left, then time I got there, there was about one hour. And then in the afternoon, I would leave an hour earlier. Why is that? Why is that? Because after Andrea had returned from the second hospital visit from May 4th to 14th, she seemed a little better. She seemed more alert, she function better as far as fixing males or something like that. She still wasn't a 100% well, but she was better. And she had not been alone with the children for any time up until then. And so I thought for a few months. For a few months, about three months. Because rusty, had taken off for more for about three weeks before I got there to be with the children and to help Andrea, when she was in the hospital. And so she was a seemingly better, but not, of course, not totally. So because she was seemingly better, you all decided will give her an hour in the morning with the children. Yes. And an hour in the evening with the children. Yes. Because I didn't want her to feel that I was intruding so much that I was taking over her whole household. And in the morning they all they were doing was going in one by one and getting to the breakfast table and having breakfast. And so that seemed okay that she could handle that. And had for two weeks. So you had just left for work at what time? How about 5 till 9? Okay. And you got the call from Andrea. Doctor Tian. At 5 to ten. To join the span of that hour, your life changed forever. I know, just one hour. Was there an ever at any time that anybody in this family, her family ever suspected that she could cause harm to herself to the children? You know, I would say that obviously, since she attempted suicide in 1999, you know, we should have thought, well, maybe she could have tried to harm herself. She never gave any indication at all. I mean, that no one could ever imagine that she would harm the children. So it is just shocking, you know, an unimaginable. Okay, but you had your mother come in, your mother was there. You were there. You were trying to help her with the children, not because you thought she would cause harm to the children, but because you thought she just needed help with the children. Toward the end, you know, I'd say last week or so, she was stable from the time she was released from the hospital the second time, but maybe at about 65 or 70% functional as well. And then when they took her off, held on June 4th, she seemed to improve a little bit. That was about two weeks before the tragedy. And then she started declining and you know, we became at least I did. I don't know about mom, but I became so concerned about Andrea and just so frustrated. I don't think people realize how difficult it is to care for a mentally ill person. I mean, it's very, very draining. It was, you know, I cared for those children, you know, around the clock for three weeks. Yeah. And that was much, much easier than caring for them and having Andrea home. I know that's hard to imagine because she could do things like mom said she might put a load of laundry in the washer, but when I was home with the children, it was much much easier than being home with the children and having Andrew in the house. I can't explain why. But I know that I was very drained and I didn't have time for anything. I was able to put in maybe a couple hours of work a day when I had the children at home. When I laid Mary down for a nap during that time, I would let the kids play either in the backyard or watch TV or something like that. And I could spend a couple hours in my computer doing work. We managed fine. But with Andrew home, I wasn't able to do anything else. And it was very difficult. Leona baker served as a juror at the trial of Andrea Yates where it was decided that she was guilty of murder and received the life sentence and Leona joins us by satellite from Houston. What gave you clarity and making that decision, Leona, you and the rest of the jurors? Well, all of the information that we heard all of the testimony that we heard during the days of the trial and I think the most compelling part of the evidence was Andrea's taped confession and the pictures that we saw of the children. Or tape confession saying, what? Saying that she had college child into the bathroom to get into the tub. After that child stopped struggling and after that child stopped breathing, she took that child and put it on the bed, called another one into the bathroom to come in and get into the tub, and she repeated that 5 times. And seeing the pictures of the children I understand, that was amazingly compelling for a number of the jurors. That was very heart wrenching. Some of the hardest things that I've ever seen in my life. And so you're determination came because you believed she was mentally ill, but not insane. That's correct. I believe that Andrea Yates is mentally ill, but I also believe that on the day of the drownings, she knew what she was doing. You know, I know you don't want to get into a debate with rusty and rusty doesn't want to get into debate with you, but the jurors at any time discuss what was his responsibility or involvement or if he had been more in tune. No, we, as a group did not discuss that, we were not to talk about the case at any time during the trial. And we did abide by those rules. When the jurors finally made their decision, was there any doubt in anyone's mind or did some other the juries have to be convinced? Originally, there were our vote was ten to two. And once we made that we took our first vote, what we did is we sat around the table and everyone discussed told why they voted the way that they did. And after hearing the testimony, one person immediately changed their mind and said that they were not a 100% convinced to begin with that his vote was correct, but he changed his mind. And then we discussed it with the other person asked them to tell their views and why they voted the way they did. And we talked about why we voted the way we did and gave that person plenty of time to think about it. And to discuss it, and eventually he changed his mind. Is it a decision that now in the days have passed that you feel that you can live comfortably with? You still feel that you made the right decision. There's no doubt. There is no doubt in my mind that we made the right that we did not make the right decision. Thank you so much. Andrea wrote this note to her family, saying I regret that this illness brought me to a place where I was capable of killing my own children. Noah, he was my first born. He was so inquisitive and his favorite thing to do was watching monarch butterflies. John, with his cute grand, he loved to do crafts and was very enthusiastic. Precious Paul, nurturing and loving. He sought to please us and be special Friends with his brothers. Beautiful Luke, trying to keep up with his brothers. He also was nurturing, especially to his baby sister. Beautiful Mary, such a loving baby with the big blue eyes. I thank God I was blessed with such a precious family. It's beautiful..

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"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"They were both after having Luke. Wasn't there a time in 1994 where she had visions of a knife and that's what I've been told. You know, I learned that after the children had passed away, I was something in the newspaper that I read and apparently was in her medical records from 1999. I didn't know that. I noticed that you always use the term after the children passed away. So you think of them as passing away. You don't think of them as being murdered? Well, you know, God says he's not the God of the dead, but of the living. So I almost in a sense see them as having gone from this age to the next, you know, and that, you know, they're aware and they're in a sense a lot. They're not alive here with us. But you know there's a spirit. Yeah, there's still alive in a sense, you know? In another place, obviously. Right. Well, rusty's mom, Dora went to the Yates house every day for two months to help Andrea with the children. And she says, she saw firsthand what was going on in their household. She says people have no idea what was really going on under their roof. What was going on? Andrew was not well, all during that time during those two months. Did you send for your mom? Did you, how is it that you came to be in the house? I usually go to see rusty Andrew at least once or twice a year and then they visit me the same or have this did me the same. But I had arranged to go there April 19th through the 25th, just for a visit. But I told rusty before I left, that if they needed me to stay a while, I would go to an extended state place to help and then help them out. And that's what I did. I went over each morning about at first about 8 15 and then rusty would leave for work about 8 30 to 9. And then I would stay until he returned home about 5 30 or so. And this went on for those two months, but also during which two months, door. From April 19 two until the tragedy happened. And with some variation because during that time, Andrea was in the hospital for May 4th two, I believe may 14th. So before she went to the hospital, she was worse than when she came back. She was very withdrawn. She spoke very little. She would stare a lot sometimes she would walk in huge circles, not in small circles, but the way the house was built, she would walk maybe from the hallway through their living room through them. Donning area through back through the kitchen, which is a large circle and she would do this maybe 30 times. But when she first started doing that, I thought that she was trying to get exercise because it was extremely hot in Houston at that time. And it's just too hot to go outside. Almost. And so plus with the other children there, I thought, well, she's doing this for exercise. She had already been in the hospital before I arrived in April. And she had been home probably ten days or so, I believe before I got there. So she had already been released from the hospital before I arrived. But she was still not well. And she was very quiet. We would ask her a question or something and she'd say yes or no, and sometimes she would have long pauses in between before she would answer. You knew she was not well. Right. Her symptoms were the same. I mean, that's what the doctors told us in 1999 that if she got depressed again, her symptoms would be the same and should require the same treatment. Her symptoms were the same. She just what mom said also she would carry like a 99 she carried Luke around on her hip and just really wouldn't let him down. And this time she carried Mary around when the baby would cry. She would try to use a pacifier and I would say, well, Andrea, how long has it been since, you know, say Mary was bad and she would say something like, you know, three hours or something in it, so I would say, well, I'll go fix a bottle or get her get her some food. Strange things. I mean, you know, not. And she would say, I don't think she's ready yet, or I don't think she needs it. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. She just seemed, I thought she meant that she thought that the baby was getting too fat. And I thought that strange for a baby, though, you know, when a baby cries usually it really needs food. Mary is very easy to take care of, Mary, you know, she cried, she was, you know, needed changing her. She needed food, you know? She was Jessica baby. So. And then sometimes we would go for walks in the afternoon. We take the stroller and take the children out, but she wouldn't talk. Even then she would just push the stroller and the rest of us would sort of walk behind the stroller. Of course the baby was in the straw. And we would go to the park, maybe, and she childlike herself in some way. Was it like taking care of a another child? That's really what it amounted to. It seemed like an older child. She still could function in some ways. She would she could still wash clothes. Maybe they'd wash a couple of gloves or close a day. But you were the only other help. You were coming in and what supervising the children, feeding the children, changing the diapers. We did that somewhat together. She did help do those things. And then rusty helped do those things when he was there as well. And we let Andrea do what she could, you know, she wanted to remain functional. She it's almost as if she struggled to remain functional and do the things that she'd always done. What was she saying to you during this time? Nothing. I mean, she really wouldn't spontaneously say anything. And as her husband, what are you thinking and feeling at this time about your wife's condition? I know she's sick and I tried to get medical treatment for her. She was an outpatient. At that time, she was going to regular psychiatric appointments. In fact, the first night I didn't on April 19th. They went to an appointment at that time. You realize she was mentally ill. Definitely. It's like when we went through this in 1999, we didn't know what we were dealing with. But fortunately, at least the second doctor we went to did. And she successfully treated Andrea. It was almost the opposite in 2001. It's like we knew that she was sick, but it's like the doctors didn't. It's like they wouldn't treat her. Why did you have another baby? Well, I've answered that before, but, you know, first, we love children. I mean, that was the first thing. And the second thing is is that we thought that, well, since we knew that if she got the press again, she'd have the same symptoms we could identify that the illness quickly. Were you advised not to have another baby? The doctor star brains talked to us about that and she wasn't too keen on the idea of us having another child. She, in fact, she said that if we did have another child, she would like Andrew to start antidepressants before the baby was born just kind of preventatively. And Andrew didn't want to do it because she thought that the antidepressants could harm the baby. After Luke, did anybody talk about postpartum depression or psychosis or? I'm not sure what you mean. In 1999, when the first depression happened after. Oh, yeah, that's what they call it postpartum depression, you know? And we knew that that's what she suffered from in 1999. I didn't know the seriousness of it, like, you know, there's some things in the medical records about her having these thoughts of the bizarre knives. Yeah, and I didn't know any of that Andrea never afraid. I think I remember hearing your mother in law say that you had asked her at one time to remove the knives. In the house, is that true? That's when they dance when they brought us when they discharged Andrew from the hospital. They said try to make it as safe as possible. And we did, you know, and that was in her mom's house. Okay. Dora, you were there during the daytime. I've heard what mostly many hours a day, not just a few hours a day. You said.

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"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"We didn't know she was psychotic. We just thought she was depressed. We knew how much she loved the children. And if she didn't say anything, we assumed she was thinking the same thing she always thought. And so no we didn't see her as the danger. I mean, I can't change the past, usually I'll talk to the kids a little bit and just say hello and I will ask them to pray for Andrea. They love their mommy. I know they don't hold this against her. They know they know that she was sick and they know that she loved him. That was rusty Yates, speaking to the press, following the sentencing of his wife, Andrea in the drowning deaths of their 5 children and he joins us, when did you last speak to Andrea? I was, Robbie. That's Friday. And how is she? I think she was a bit relieved to have have a verdict ever since. She's really kind of in a fragile kind of bit confused her state right now. She's a very ordinarily very sensitive caring person and it's, you know, it's very, very difficult. Is she understand comprehend what she has done? I think so. Yeah, I think. Has she said that to you? I think she knows that, you know, the children have passed, and that, you know, it was by her hand. So. Yeah. And yeah, she said as you spoken to you about what she did. We haven't gone into very, you know, I don't one day she was talking to me about some of the psychotic thoughts that she had. And I was I didn't even really want to hear it. You know, it's not. That will never make any sense. You know, I mean like the things that she was speaking at the time and seeing it there. It's irrational behavior. You know, and. So she was telling you about some of the psychiatric you didn't want to hear it, because you know, I've interviewed lots of people over the years. Tragic things have happened to them, and usually the number one question a person has is why, why? Why, why are you 5 times why? That's the first thing I ask. I mean, you know, how could you do this? I don't understand. I said it over and over again in my yard, you know, but once I understood, I don't need to know that the specifics of it. You know, I know that she was psychotic and there's no she'll never be able to reconcile, you know, what she was thinking with what she did. They'll never make any rational sense. And that's something that's going to she's going to struggle with for the rest of her life. You mentioned to us earlier that you have because from what we see you seem like a pretty non emotional person. Would that be a good assessment? Overall. Okay, overall. But you've said that in your private moments you cried and cried and cried and cried. The first, especially the first week, I mean, after the funeral service, it was kind of edifying in a way. I didn't cry for probably three weeks after that. But the first week, it was a lot. Yeah, I mean, every I mean, no one of the hardest things for me early on was seeing it wasn't seeing children. It was seeing like teenagers. You know, like we go to a restaurant or something and see a waiter that was a teenager and then father the last potential. You know, the children that I was really hard to see. Did you did you have you in your private moments? We haven't seen, and, you know, maybe we're not supposed to see. Have you been angry? Not too much. I've been angry at her doctor. I haven't really I haven't been angry at Andrea. You've never been angry. Not for one moment were you ever angry with your wife for this tragedy? You know, I was upset, you know, when I first, when I first heard what happened and I went home to the house, and I remember just saying a little prayer to myself. And I was like, you know, you know, just a silent period of God. I said, what should I do here? You know, when I saw, and I was thinking, I should be angry towards Andrew, but what I heard was, you know, support her. And I'm like, that's weird why would I support her after what she did, but when you got home, what did you see when you got home? I don't believe. There was a media truck there. I went in and asked what happened and at first they wouldn't tell me how the children died, but they were the children to do there? Yeah. That was, you know, that really upset me because they wouldn't let me in the house. They stayed inside with Andrea and the children. And I wanted to go inside and see the children. And they just let them not lie there for hours. I mean, it must have been it was at least three hours before the people got there to take pictures and all that kind of stuff. And I don't know what they were doing three hours, but I was upsetting to me to have to sit outside and then take a long to take care of them. The kids parties. Andrea Yates's mother and siblings spoke. And they had some pretty strong words to say about you. Rusty. And how do you respond to that? Well, they it's not true. I mean, they weren't in my house. I mean, they don't, you know, they don't know. I mean. Don't they know? Well, I don't think they understand the quality of the relationship that Andrew and I had how much we loved each other how much we love the children. Your mother in law said you never changed a diaper, is that true? That's absolutely not true. Did you tell her? I don't know. So what you just said is a lie. Well, she knows that I mean, at least you should know that I changed Noah because she, you know, when Andrew went back to work after Noah was born, I stayed home half days and then her mom would come in for half days and but I mean, Andrews changed thousands of diapers and I've changed hundreds. I mean, that's, I guess that's the only way to put it. You know, that we had a pretty clear roles in our marriage is pretty traditional roles and we'd help each other out when we needed to, but. Would you say you were helpful around the house? Absolutely. Yeah. You came home from work? Absolutely. And that's something they don't know. I mean, they weren't. They weren't in our House. They don't know. I mean, I'd take the kids. I always took the boys. You know, out, you know, we'd go to Home Depot, whatever, you know, go. I spent a lot of time with those kids. What was your marriage like if we could have had our been a fly on the wall or had our own camera in your home prior to this tragedy? What would we have seen? We had a wonderful marriage. I mean, you know, people Andrew and I always got along. I mean, from the beginning, we never, we never fought. We had similar values and goals and what were those values? Well, we valued our family. I mean, that's something that, you know, some people want to travel. Some people want big houses or cars and boobs just wanted a nice family, you know? That's what we want. I'm sure that you want it 6 children. I've read that that you wanted 6 children. Know what we decided before we ever married was that we'd have as many children as God gave us and. That once we had our first child in Andrea would stay home with the children. And that was a decision you wanted to maintain, even though you all recognized that there were some problems with Andrea. Well, after the fourth town, you know, we thought long and hard about having another one. And when did she first start to show signs of mental illness that you knew something was wrong? After Luke was born, that's something I think is a misconception. I mean, she was 1999. Andrew appeared to be well. All the time I knew her except four months after having Luke and again in four months after having married. And it was very, very severe depression. You know what those times very marked. It wasn't like, you know, there were some mounting pressure in the household and things were worse and worse and worse over the years. You know, she was depressed after having Luke, and she recovered. And at the time. When were the suicide attempts? That was.

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"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

08:12 min | 9 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"25 seasons. Hey. 4561 episodes. I believe The Oprah Winfrey Show was one of the greatest classrooms in the world. I really never thought of it that way. The aha moments, the breakthroughs, the LOLs, the connections, the occasional, ugly cry. I'm missing so terribly, I miss it every single minute. The moments that mattered. The eye opening, life lessons. Never allow them to take you somewhere else. I'm bringing them back. It's time to open the vault. I've personally chosen these classic episodes to share with you again. Every single person you ever will meet, shares that common desire. They want to know, do you see me? Do you hear me? Does what I say mean anything to you? You are listening to The Oprah Winfrey Show. The podcast. It's one of the most heart wrenching tragedies. We have ever heard 5 children murdered at the hands of their own mother Andrea Yates, and we are talking to Andrea's husband. Rusty Yates, and we'll talk to rusty's mother who came to their house every day. She says, to help Andrea with the children, she will tell us what she saw in that household. And later jurors will tell us what compelling evidence helped them decide Andrea's fate. But first, the details of this tragic case. We all know the shocking story of Andrea Yates. She's the Texas mother who confessed to authorities that she methodically drowned each of her 5 children in the bathtub one by one. She entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity, saying that she suffered from a severe case of postpartum psychosis, a mental illness, her husband said she suffered with for years. Her tragic case sparked intense debate around the nation, causing many to question whether a person suffering from mental illness should be held responsible for the crimes they commit. And nowhere was that intensity more prevalent than at her trial, where defense attorneys attempted to portray Andrea as psychotic. They argued that her condition was so severe, she should not be held responsible for the heinous crime, pointing out that in the two years leading up to the murders she had been hospitalized four times for mental problems. If this woman doesn't meet the test of insanity in this state, that nobody does. But prosecutors disagreed, although they did not deny that Andrea is mentally ill. They claim she did know the difference between right and wrong and therefore should receive the same punishment as any other murderer. It's not that I am without sympathy. It's not that you were without sympathy. But what you're asked to do at this point is decide this case on the facts and the law. But while Andrea was on trial for the murders of her children, her husband Russell is being tried in the court of public opinion as many feel that he is partially to blame for the death of his children. After a lengthy trial with weeks of gut wrenching emotional testimony, a jury of 8 women and four men had the difficult task of determining whether Andrea Yates was a victim or a villain. After just three hours and 40 minutes of deliberation, the jury rendered a verdict. We the jury find the defendant Andrea PAH, guilty of capital murder as charged in the indictment. Andrea could have received the death penalty, but the jury sentenced her to life in prison. It'll be at least 40 years before she will be eligible for parole, but rusty says he will continue to support his wife. And rusty Yates joins us. Thank you for being here. Thanks for having me. What do you feel when you look at those videotapes of your children? It's bittersweet, you know, I mean, there are such beautiful children. I remember the first time I took out the whole movie camera and played back some home movies and you couldn't have proud me away from the television set. It's like, you know, kind of like reconnecting with the children in a way. Is it hard for you to see them? I know you said in the courtroom every day and you watch videos you watch. Why don't you just sit in the courtroom, but have video clips out on a website and we go out there pretty frequently and watch the video clips and I like it. You do like it. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's not hard for you. You know, it's a reminder of how much we've lost, but it's also, you know, it's kind of like visiting a kids in a way. I think I have been struck and perhaps a number of people have been struck by what appears to be your ability to carry on. And, you know, none of us has walked in your shoes or can even imagine what it is like to walk in your shoes, only you know what that is like. But how are you carrying on, seemingly, you know, you're still standing, you're still talking. I saw you at Katie Couric. I saw your Larry King, you seem to be of sound mind and okay. How are you doing that? Well, you know, the first part of that is just, you know, getting perspective, you know, and like the children and. That first weekend, it was just completely devastated. I mean, it was just, you know, I cried and cried and cried and cried the first week and you know, I decided to say some words to each child and about his child at the funeral service. And when I was saying goodbye to the children in particular, John, you know, I dawned on me, you know, just I hadn't even thought about it or prepared the words or anything. It dawned on me. And I said, I'll see you again, you know? And that that thing alone, you know, really, really helps. I mean, just knowing that the children are safe and knowing that knowing that I'll see them again. Again, how are you able to do that? Because I think for a lot of people, you know, people they make their judgments, unfortunately, based upon how they think they would react. And I know, for a number of people, they feel they wouldn't be able to speak. They would be practically comatose themselves at a funeral of 5 of their children. That was hard. So how were you able to get up and say words about each child? It was all I could do, you know, to do it. I mean, it was, it was very, very difficult. But you know when my dad you made that decision prior to the funeral or just decided. Yeah in fact, I think I mentioned it on the day after the children passed away in the interview in my yard. When my dad passed away, the minister of the church said a few words about my dad and you know, he didn't really even know my dad, and he would say it's been said that, and, you know, those sorts of things. And you know, I wanted people, you know, I wanted to do service to my children. I just speak for your children. Yeah, I know what I'm, you know, I was able to say some words on each of them. It was really good. Have you grieved yet? That's hard to say. I mean, you know, I know that there's, you know, stages of grief and all. Right, there are stages of grief, and it seems, you know, because we only see what we see on TV or what we read. And it seems from what we see that you miss the first four or 5 stages that you pulled immediately to either denial, or some form of acceptance that is really difficult or a lot of people to understand. So my question is, do have you agreed because when I hear this story? And when many other people hear this story, we can't help but think of that morning and each child individually being drowned. We think of your wife chasing Noah through the house. Holding him down, and.

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Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman

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Ireland’s Population Passes 5m for First Time Since C19th Famine

Pardon My Take

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Ireland’s Population Passes 5m for First Time Since C19th Famine

"The irish irish back okay. Irish population got over five million for the first time since the potato famine so shout out to the irish shameless fleming potato. It only took like two hundred years of never using condoms irish to get their popular back. It's also very weird to think that the entire population was almost wiped out just because potatoes had a tough year and potatoes have like no nutritional value like their entire society was subsisting unlike the least healthy thing until it got wiped out Well we're all at ideas. Know we kind of. I don't know what else we can eat. We

Scott Frost Getting Torched by Fans, Media After Telling Comment at Monday Presser

Pardon My Take

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

Scott Frost Getting Torched by Fans, Media After Telling Comment at Monday Presser

"The other hostages. Scott frost a little bit from monday show but he had a press conference after the fact and he's talking about the offense illinois isn't he said about illinois's reading out about half. Our game plan was out the window when they lined up. How did if you're a head coach. You're on the hot seat. Probably not something you want to admit he got out the martin by bret bielema.

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Man Gets Life Sentence in 2018 Killing of Mollie Tibbetts

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Man Gets Life Sentence in 2018 Killing of Mollie Tibbetts

"A man was sentenced to life in prison for the twenty eighteen killing of a university of Iowa student Christian Bena Rivera had claimed others were responsible you well forever changed the lives of those who love politics Jim it's disappeared while on an evening run in her small hometown but Hannah Rivera testified to masked man kidnapped him from his trailer at gun point and made him drive well they attacked Tibbetts judge Joel Yates explained a first degree murder conviction means an automatic life sentence I selected this particular sentence for you after considering the nature of the offence committed by you the harm to the victim and the victim's family there is no death penalty in Iowa the defense plans to appeal I'm at Donahue

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"yates" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"As far as the pack is a concetti. Think he's one and done. I think they stopped the contract that this is more likely than not his last season in green bay. Obviously as we know the twenty twenty three year contract has already been voided. So he's not if he wants to leave he can be gone after twenty. Twenty two seasons five can look closer at it salary. Cap numbers going to be up over forty six million dollars and if things were this. Tricky and bad for aaron rodgers this past off season. It's clear that it's not about talent. Acquisition right We just talked about having outstanding roster this about principle and about the way that he was treated the way that other people were treated retreated in green bay. I don't know that one season is enough to change some of the things that clearly a bother air rogers in the past. I have sympathy for him. And i get your point that the offense is incredibly productive. He's got a very good shot. A look at the collective roster of another super bowl ron. Were you know. A deep playoff run at the very least. I have sympathy with any quarterback particularly of that caliber. That's done so much with that organization having his success at drafted in round one. I get i get the mathematics against the business side of it and i would be. I would be upset if that was good. That can whichever way you cut it. So i get the mood. Aaron rodgers. I get the mood. But i think could be a formidable season for him. All right number five. It will niche up. Go nick chop he's laughing all the way to the bank as well. We'll shove have the most rushing yards this season and if you won't be field. Yates who will i'm gonna go with derrick henry again and a lame answer the boring answer. And i'm sure the odds are probably closest to even for derrick henry. If you're look at all the props on that respective category we love lineup. Yes we do. Derrick henry also has the clearest path to three hundred fifty or so carries. I think it's probably pretty clear that he's one of the most talented running backs in the nfl especially as a runner so the old of at eight broke. Don't fix it. Line of thinking applies here. So i believe it'll be derrick. Henry i know sake one's status and tubs fitnesses the tomor recording this. Not wholly clear. Do you think he assuming he's fit to go ready to go week. One and the f. Saquon zeke more productive season. Have for fantasy. I have leak ranked ahead of saquon because the fact that big one sad to begin the year is uncertain at the mall. We know the volume jersey will be incredible. The question will be for saquon whether the volume is as incredible as it has been in the past if it is then. There's a chance that he is number one running back and fantasy football this year. If it's not then it's possible that he regresses and moves clearly behind the likes of the and also alvin kamara endow them cook and christian. Mccaffrey and eric dies a free for all right number six. Stay with the giants kinda better record this season. The new york giants or the new york jets. I the giants pretty clearly. I mean i know the division probably a little bit more balanced in the nfc east. But i think it's clear that The giant have a more formidable roster. A just a better identity right now. The jets will get their developing. Not but yeah to me. It's pretty clear that the giants should be jets. That gordon in all in i guess on on any dimes in terms of the weapons that they've given him so it's make or break fame this season but i guess there are questions on the offensive line at defensively as well. The jets. A lot of buzz about what you're hearing from jets come playoffs unrealistic but one d think is a realistic return for the jets. This season i think if the jets can win six games if you're successful start to this new regime that would put them at six and eleven and wins and losses net..

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"yates" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Which is maybe out there for all of you to see. And i've only just joined the dots after all this time. But looking at the golf to stafford upgrade and it's an upgrade i'm gonna goff apologised. I like golf but look out an upgrade no doubt about it start to drill down more and realize that jared goff likes turning the ball over field. Yates he's got much. Yes the second most turnovers in the nfl. Since seventy behind jason's winston and that is a high bar deed right to that in most other generations would be a clear winner. They're gonna get out protection. That be protecting the bull more that the productivity the deeper mcvay. I'm just a little bit worried about the receive a cool that ease. That mcveigh's genius. I get it and not sure compared to others the deep waters in the playoffs. If there's enough strength in that. But i am with you. I'm with you on the ramps. All right number three. Which rookie quarterback is going to have the best season and took it fantasy terms. None of that. I'm talking the best season where we look back. And think okay. They were the number one rookie quarterback. Who's it going to be. Yeah i think you have to. I'll be prudent to answer trevor lawrence for a couple of reasons. He's one of two. They're guaranteed to start the other. Being back wilson beyond that as promising as we think freelance could be if he gets the starting job or builds could be if he gets the starting job. Or your imac joan for that answer for that matter. It'd be get the starting job. Trevor lawrence was the undisputed. Don't think twice about it. Lock it in right away. Number one overall pick perhaps the best prospects of banja la. The offensive line is expensive. It's not great for the thing. That's good enough. It's got two good running backs and as you mentioned with la viscous you know. They've got a pretty capable group of wide receivers. So i think that This offense is enough pieces in place. They got his gaping hole tight. End that i believe in travelers that divisions go little bit easier as well so that shedules going a little bit easier while depending i guess on on how the cult's mix up there the quarterback situation phil rivers comeback team. That start campaign starts right here. Out of interest is a great point. You make about mack. Jones and trailer. Who do you think we'll see. I out of those two. I it will see train lance and i the reason why i sound so uncertain is well because i don't know the answer to that right and this reminds me of a conversation. I was having with a coach on a team. That has a possible quarterback decision to make. If you said i see you guys on tv talking about what we were going to start this player versus the other and yet i'm in the building every day and i don't even know who's gonna start and by what week the rookie will take over right while you guys have the conversation every day you you forecast with percentages and things like that and the reality is we have no idea that wilson trevor lawrence we know about everywhere else. I think it's very much. Tvd i think we could have. One of those rookies as russell. Wilson arise where he takes the job over before the preseason is done and then we could see others where the team says. I don't care if it's a close race. We're going to start with the veteran because it's easier to begin the season with the veteran and remove him than it is to start the season with the rookie. Have him struggle. And feel the pressure to turn it to the veteran It's a great point. It's a great point and we could second guess so. We like just like the russell wilson. Throw there that season because what the hell happens about flynn do. We know where matfield is is. Is he still on a roster is he okay. Matt plan is not under roster anymore. But he's extremely wealthy He wins right. Yeah i mean. I mean we're talking. I think it was eighteen million dollars for three years plus other money he had made right. He's very wealthy now so He he is with the old expression. The person who laughs last laughs best. Yes indeed him and mike let chocolate all the way to the bank. All right question number four more likely to be mvp. Aaron rogge's or that prescott with aaron rodgers. Because i do believe that. Oftentimes we look towards team success as we will down our mvp candidate. You did a blind resume last season and i understand. There's a lot going on with him right now. And i'm separating that from what we're talking about at this moment if you a blind resume. There was a case to shawn watson and his impressive of a statistical season as anybody last year right and he did not come close to the mvp conversation because the team went four and twelve. I think the packers are better team than the cowboys. I don't think that's much of a tape. That's true of a more of a statement of fact slash belief so. I think that aaron rodgers is a better chance of repeating than dak prescott has of winning. I ever. Mvp d think because of all the commotion around rogers and the hype and and the room among garing. The a lot of people are sleeping on the pakistan. Strange kind of way. It's interesting question. Because i think the roster is better than people Feel like it actually is. And i think that when when aaron rodgers was going through whatever you wanna call it this past off season frustration discontent etc. Everybody knew The ultimately it was easier to take the side of the player that it was the team. i will say this. I know there are thing errands upset about. He's voiced his frustration. You made it very clear during that. Press conference A little over a week ago however it is also worth noting that there's no better situation for aaron rodgers to be in then in green bay where they have a loaded roster that is very much ready to compete again this year for much of the nfc championship but a super bowl. Yeah did you ever think that was a realistic chance failed. He was gonna leave this off season. Absolutely he talked about it several times himself. I have liro doubt in my mind. There is a realistic chance. He could have left. I truly believe that talked about retirement. Planning somewhere else ran. A cobb confirmed it. You name it. It's been confirmed so it ended up. Okay for the packers but anybody who wanted to downplay. This i think is just ignoring the realities And is it loss john saloon..

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"yates" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

06:08 min | 11 months ago

"yates" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Welcome to the not coon show on. Espn very good. Tap with this guy gets to be back. Espn royalty the house field. Yates dropping by for some rapid fire. Questions we're going to try and see you up for the season as best. We can lots of great guests coming your way. I'm sure you've listened to some of the pods over the last few weeks and a heard the stylings and there are plenty of big names coming your way very shortly as well. We feel because hey he is an incredibly busy guy. We had around twenty minutes and chase a producer leonide door. Let's fire rapid questions at him covering lots of different topics to try and get field to take on a number of different things. And that's exactly what we did. Plus we snuck in one of your listener questions right at the end as well as if you find one on our social channels the show. Listen carefully to see if you made the right. Let's hear it then. Rapid fire field. Yates coming your way field gates. It is very good to see from across the pond. First things first catching up catching up earlier on facebook live. Espn fantasy focus of course available on facebook live as what has many other places. Tm got a serious time. Going on right now. I feel you need to maybe work on your tan game. A little bit more field. Well here's the difference between matthew. And i is that i can get a tan. Keep an even. And i have ridiculous. Tan line and not have a t-shirt can lie on the rise. I have a way yet. That's right so. I know how to manage a tan. Matthew just knows how to burn so unfortunately that one's on on him. I i gotta take myself off the hook in this case let our listeners. No does matthew. Much like paulie walnuts in the sopranos. Sit outside with some kind of foil contraption just to get. The time really really looked at that. Pretty much goes yeah. I've heard there might be some makeup involved to make him look particularly bronze on given days when she desperate times. Call for desperate measures. So i'm not gonna call nothing. He's great to see you. Listen we were thinking on the show that you guys on. Espn fantasy focus. You got that rat. Pack ocean's eleven vibe going on of always felt i can see you and and stefan secret squirrel pulling of some kind of heist somewhere. Vegas or reto. So today we thought instead of ocean's eleven we're going to go with fields nine right nine so we've got nine questions about the forthcoming season. We're gonna fire at rapid fire kind of thing. You probably got. Maybe like a minute and change on each. We've eight of them together. And then from a source that is considerably better informed than we are of course on the show our listeners. They fired in that the last one so we put that out on our social media channels at the show. That's how you follow us. Facebook instagram twitter. All on take not talk yet. We're working on. You take kicked off. We're gonna get into top definitely in the in that group so we've got a list of questions on ninety right so we'll do that. I eight and then we'll save the best two loss all right so you already. You said i am okay. We'll start easy one for your bread and butter field. Yates as we would say on. This side of the pond sim field. Yates fantasy sleeper picks who give us some guys that you think could make the difference between winning or losing the season. Yeah good question here. So i always mentioned this caveat. When i'm discussing fantasy sleepers is that i'm amazed by how much knowledge people who play fantasy. Football have these days that there are times where all mentioned in maine and people will say. i've drafted that player in four league already right so right say sleeper. It's often a relative term one of my neighbors sleepers up until about we can go was amari rogers. The packer third wide receiver out of clemson. Now they've subsequently traded for randall. Cobb as we all know which may take away the value for my rogers. But i still believe russel gage. The atlanta falcons has a chance to be a useful player. Love that. I know that michael gallup is by no means a sleeper in terms of recognized value relative to some of the players that would normally be disgusted sleepers. But i think there's production opportunities. They're really good offense really talented player. I don't think we're talking about him. Nearly enough those are a couple of the wide receivers that come to mind. I think there's a chance that damian harris is a running back value for the patriots like the get more passing game usage but he should be an effective player. And i think there's a chance. Also that josh jacobs winds up being value again sleeper no value. Perhaps because there's been a lot of turn negative vibes surrounding josh shake and spanish value this off season after signing kenyan drake. But he's a very talented player when he stays healthy often produces a major way. It's a great point you make you know. All context is all relative. I guess it's just a market improvement place that maybe there isn't enough buzz. Look at average drop position and you think outperform that by considerable margin. Ultra one in that a lot of shops at talking about big on the viscous and and he had what six hundred and change five touchdowns not exactly a name. That's gonna come out of nowhere like who you'll know him but i could see him go enough. I could see him going up. I'm definitely going to be reaching a lot. Good all right. I like the rubber from field. Love that right number two on fields nine who is winning the nfc west. Who's winning the nfc west. I'm gonna go to los angeles. Rams i think they have the most complete roster on both sides of the ball. I think it's going to be sexually competitive. It's the most competitive division in the nfl this year. But gimme the rams who i do think with the addition of matthew stafford. I have a chance to not just win. The division would also be a potential. Nfc super bowl contender. Who has we all know. it will Come down to. Can you stand toe to toe with tom. Brady led bucks. I am all in the rams counterweight for that one status blow mind..

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"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"All right welcome to another week of oil money hosted by myself the five foot ten inch wonder and Use of chowdhry as you are well aware and this week. Our guest. The great and powerful chuck. Yates leave room for applause. Okay another this now. 'cause you know say the same thing every intro. Welcome to chuck. Yates needs a job. The podcast it's so cool. This week that my guest is that every week. Getting embarrassed is getting kind of beer. Yeah people are texting me. But you're say it's an honor that the guest is such and such change it somehow. Let's just start right where we wanna select again. Why would that be well. Wait wait wait wait. Wait on because we've talked about him for every single episode. We've done so far. I don't think we're going to stop but it's just it needed to happen so that you could come on and defend yourself against okay. Yeah that's okay so you can defend yourself. Let's start right. Let's just start at the very beginning. Why are you so unlikable. Why does no buddy like you. I think you can only say denver. Eft on that okay. denver. Which i think. They're the only ones that hate me. i see. there's a little. Bit of calgary. Hey on with me to think that is because obviously beyond the obvious beyond look. What do you think it could possibly be. Why does denver. Eft possibly calgary in all fairness. I'm not sure. I really know. 'cause i read this book. It's a good book folk singer. Mike patrick smith and i thought it was an interesting story and a set. Everybody should read the book. And then this thing kind of blew up. So i'm not sure as best i can tell people seem to be upset that someone you know what. Hundreds of thousands of people testify each year before subcommittees of congress. So right but people seem to be upset that this guy did it because he spent ten months in the oilfield. I mean he was testifying because he wrote a book value is testifying because he wrote an editorial for the new york times. That's why he was testifying but anyway so people seem to be upset by By that then. I guess they're also upset by this guy because he's just kind of a middle of the road democrat and so people don't like middle of the and so i kind of got thrown in that. Are you whistle blower whistle blower. Yes oh yeah fuck. Yeah if it gets..

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"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Thing is your superstars drive the team So your lowest scrub. You don't have to get in that guy or gal's face and push them because they're working as hard as i can. Just be on. The tame your superstars the one that can loaf. And if you're superstar has an off day you lose and so always push the top. And that's what i think. The public schools stopped doing was pushing the top for good reasons. I'm not a trust me. I'm not saying so. I gotta ask what then because then let's say you know knock on wood yourself and myself. We were in a position where we can be put in a position where we can afford a higher education or better education. If that's what we choose the one right. There's a lot of people in positions that aren't in that same position as us are are able to. They might be way smarter than us right way. Smarter than us. They'll never have the same opportunities you'll never be able to get into that five percent so where. Where do we kind of just how that cutoff to say that. Hey listen just because somebody doesn't have the same you know You know financial needs to go do something we have to stop them. Yeah and i think that's the greatest travesty in america right now because when you talk about public education. Let's break that down. Should we as a society financially support the education of all the youth to make america better. I think the answer clearly. Yes bri- unfortunately. I think when you say public education you're talking about a delivery mechanism of that education. That hadn't changed in one hundred fifty years right right. I mean you have a school in your neighborhood you have to go to. If you wanna go two miles away or five miles away to the other school you can't do it gotta move. So we're we're stuck into a delivery mechanism that unfortunately is synonymous with public education. And i don't think it really is. So yeah i'd be a big. I don't know the i haven't studied the policy. Well enough to have a thought out position but boy you could. You could talk me into. Hey mom here's a voucher. You send your kid anywhere you want or you know. Hey if you don't like us here online programs etc 'cause you're right. I mean you're exactly that is the biggest travesty in the world. Is you have to go to the school. you know. That's within half a mile your house even if it totally sucks. I think that. I think that's the worst thing we do..

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"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"I'm like no sweetie and sega's oc screwed that one up to army gets even better then. I'm like well you know jewel. She likes her swaggie. Macho athletes and saragossa's dad. So you're peleton just doesn't match up. Ouch straight just coming straight for your throat. Well at least you know what. It's great that you have a relationship with the with. You can have that kind of you know. Open honest kind of discussion whether you like it or not it or not there. That's that's kinda the way it is manned world as the world. It's it's tough out there dating. I can imagine as all i was going to make a joke at all and all serious i was gonna say at your age actually actually age i mean how do you find somebody like you know how do you how do you go about that. And then also. I gotta ask because i remember the first time in you talked. I think asked you this. I'm like how are you rich. i was very. I was very confused. I was like how are you. How are you while wealthier. I don't know if everybody knows that. If i'm dachshund right of it not the yates family balance sheet if you look at it as if you sit there and you go all these private equity investments. I haven't cain if they're worth. What the the markings are then. Yeah i am rich. you know. it's pretty good and all that if there were zero aright. I'm okay you know. I can kinda kinda managed to get by. If cain calls all the capital that they can under these funds and it goes zero. I'm broke. I'm like hey use of can be beady guy over it you know. Hey donny needing assistance. Yeah so it it. It's funny when you say rich. There's a big difference between relative rich and liquidity. Okay yeah okay that's been about. That's absolutely fair. That's absolutely fair. But how starting august first. I'm going to be poor of decided that i'm going to go ahead and start really scaling back counting pennies. Yeah got yelled at by a guy the other day too much money so yes..

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"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"And so that's so. I think it's fair to have ashley come on and talk about what chevrons doing if chevron wanted to come on my podcast say okay. Here's what we're doing out on her ranch. Here's how we're going to make it better. And all that. I think that furthers the discussion way better than sitting around just trash talking online so or pretending it didn't happen like is that what the alternative should have been like. You're not supposed to talk about the bad things in industry because it makes us look bad. Will they're happening anyway. So yeah maybe we should be talking about it so you can get fixed. Here's my thing if you're going to sit from ivory tower and just be like. Hey there's nothing wrong with industry. You're it's stupid. I'm with you. Take accountability just say. Hey listen yeah we got our problems but there's not as many problems as the world might think. Like you know environmentalists fossil fuels where the worst thing that's ever happened to the to the continent or continent to the world and the universe of all time. It's just it's that is obtuse to me right however if you weaken just like anything you could literally apply this to anything in life. You just take accountability. And you're like. hey listen. Yeah we're probably not the greatest. We probably have done some bad. But this is how we wanna address it and we might even not even address it right away but we're gonna eventually address in this hour. We're going to do it. You give it a voice it. Suddenly everybody colleges calms down i. I'm a big believer. And also i hate the f. T. i'm not i don't have the same. I don't have the same love for eft that you have chuck. I think there well. I shouldn't say not there. I met release me really clear. This is us now talking. Podcast chuck report okay. This is definitely use of oil money. Donny you're part of this now. This ship gone. He's done he's going.

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"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Welcome to another week of oil money hosted by myself the five foot ten inch wonder and Use of charter as you are well aware and this week. Our guest the great powerful chuck. Yates leave room for applause. Okay we have to do this now because you know. Say the same thing every introduced. Welcome to chuck. Yates needs job. The podcast it's so cool this week that my guest is that every week and it's getting it is getting kind of beer. Yeah people are texting me your book. We say it's an honor that the guest is such such giving change. It somehow leaked. Let's just start. we want to like. Why would that be well. Wait wait wait wait. Wait on because we've talked about him for every single episode. We've done so far. I don't think we're going to stop but it just it needed to happen so that you could come on and defend yourself against okay. Yes that's okay so you can defend yourself. Let's start right. Let's start at the very beginning. Why are you so unlikable. Why does nobody like you. I think you can only say denver. Eft on that okay denver eft. Which i think they're the only ones that hate me. I ca- there's a little bit of calgary on with me too. But i do think that is because obviously beyond the obvious how you look. What do you think could possibly be. Why does denver. If t and possibly calgary. I like him in all fairness. I'm not sure i really know 'cause i read this book. It's a good book folk singer. Mike patrick smith and i decided it was an interesting story and i said everybody should read the book and then this thing kind of blew up so i'm not sure as best i can tell people seem to be upset that someone you know what. Hundreds of thousands of people testify each year before subcommittees of congress. So right but people seem to be upset that this guy did because he spent ten months in the oilfield. I mean he was testifying because he wrote a book. He was testifying because he wrote an editorial for the new york times. That's why he was testifying but anyway so people seem to be upset by By that then. I guess they're also upset by this guy because he's just kind of middle of the road democrat and so people don't like middle of the road and so i kind of got thrown in that way. Whistle blower whistleblower. Yes oh yeah fuck. Yeah if it gets me. I'm.

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"yates" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"My coastal game off as down the line. The espn app download now. Of course. I guess you really don't want the baseball guy to be dressed up. Maybe because he's on the on the field other. I have no idea. I mean i'm going to. I'm going to defer to a baseball aficionado. To give me the best answer that i kind of think about know if that was football you had nick side and then in a full football uniform system. Funny yeah i mean i think it's the only sport You know you don't see that in any other sport exactly. But i feel get it. I'm in a. I'm sure there's a reason for it. And i and i i remember. I once knew the reason. I just can't remember what it is. I do appreciate that. thanks so much. Show let's talk to frank who is up next. Hello frank good afternoon. Hi paul how you doing we are. Well thank you for up i watch. I watch world series last I thought mississippi state you out that goes. I thought about that. They played like literally team right. Well i think it's You know. I'm just a fan. I'm not. I'm not an expert but i think it starts frank with the pitching and the young young pitcher for state Had struggled in the in the last outing and sadly He just did not have any stuff on that stage and he got blown up while i was but and and and and conversely on the other side I mean they're up against you. Know one of the best pitchers in the world in college sports and you know jack lighter is going to be a top five pick in the draft who maybe higher than four or five. And and you know. He's i know they got the home. Run off of him. In the first anybody's virtually unhittable bass. You got that right I suppose and all. I think i've got i've got That played stay here. Go will be up to be a big little plastic or well Yeah i think tonight a little more even I mean i think the odds were stacked last night and then tomorrow night Should we get that far. You've got the aces from both staff. So you know it's a little bit of a fairer fight but tonight's pretty much I mean i mean i. I'll try to overwhelm you with cliches considering the season's on the line but You you would think state. Has you know they understand what's going on they've been they've been in this situation all year. The super regional came down to the final day and and I think the same pitchers on the mound tonight. So hey thank you very much for the call. We have a couple experts. That can you got it okay. billy is up next bill. Go right ahead. hi paul. Yeah so the reason that you write down when somebody's going to swing a certain way or do a certain thing is. It's like when you go to the dog track and you get a tip sheet. Okay you know you see that. Certain dog can run well in the rain where another dog might not be able to throw. You might lean towards that dog that can run in the rain. And so you know i. It gives you a gambling advantage. Gives you a vantage of you. Know what to expect under certain conditions..

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"yates" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Talented freshman and sophomore classes that have proven themselves. So there's a lot of town there. The defense obviously has a ton to prove after how bad last year was but at the same time from a talent perspective. Assuming you can fix some of those just blatant coverage and things like that. The can't be really good with how loaded their corner. How loaded they are at the be lines things like that. So yeah the gotta figure out the quarterback position your little. You know you're waiting to see after case on buti who the other star playmaker's are things like that. Sure but just top to bottom depth talent you know experience which is huge and then like you said schedule you should win your non conference game against ucla. Obviously it's a lose all. Of course it is but they should win that. And then you have a manageable. It's one of those you know that offers a little better for us. Because i'm always a believer. That bama quite frankly until proven otherwise. You should assume that's a loss homer away most right so that being away. Isn't that much of a detractor because that means your home against florida home against auburn who. I don't expect to be as good this year. Anyway either of those teams. And probably your biggest tossup game. That's home you know. So i think nine wins is kind of what i would expect this year intending to seems reasonable if they can put pieces together brody. Let's get off the field. The late friday. We got the news at Coach had been added to this federal title. Nine lawsuit haven't really heard much out of the university or him can you. Can you update us on where we are. But that didn't lawsuits tricky. Because i know it kind of blew up a little bit. Maybe rightfully so. But you know. It weren't necessarily new things. You know what i mean where the accusations. It was more details in in victims coming forward with their name and a lot of more. Just awful details involving guys and quarterback peter parachutes now memphis. You know things like that. But i think obviously the news is that john was added to the lawsuit. I think that is obviously what is gonna gain attention. And it's tricky the add his elo his old. Llc the rosy finch boys you know there's just a lot of started going after the tiger athletic foundation which is obviously the the booster wing lot of things that is kind of open up a can of worms that make you wonder what's gonna happen here but it it's also just it's tricky and i believe andrew was on your show as well and that it's you know for example. The main accusation they're making against that odor on is is the one that usa today reported last fall about. You know a player who's girlfriend was allegedly raped by various guys. Winter on the player wins that on allegedly told them about it and apparently made a crude comment and didn't report it and again denied that. And then the hush blackwell report that came out in the winter you know obviously did a deep dive into that. And they found those. You're on denial credible after talking to other people around. So it's just a lot of weird things here where again. I don't know what's true. And i won't pretend to know what's true. But these things are necessarily new and hush black bull founded a credible denial. So it's one of those things where i don't know where it goes next but it It definitely you know adds to the bad look around. Lsu field that's brody. I know that the won lost record and what's going on and feel should have absolutely nothing to do with each other. And of course we all know that they usually do. But do you get any sense from anyone down there. That the anything shane. Meaning it just seemed like the university is backing odur on at least for the time being yet being probably a good way to put it i i believe they are still backing him. But i think there's always you know just the concern. Hey it's lsu the always going to have a relatively short leash with its coaches. Always gonna you know five on five. Never gonna sit with lsu anyway. Then you add the noise and everything going on outside of and actually apologize even calling noise but the the problems also feels all in all those things and then you add the you know the mishandling of some of player protests last summer. There's just little things adding up that. Hey maybe each one in a vacuum. It is by no means enough to make coach lose his job or anything like that. But they're just things that i think. Make any athletic department. Just kind of evaluate options. Think but i. I wouldn't go as far as say runs on any kind of hotseat or anything like that. I wouldn't want to say that but you know it. It definitely just makes it My does it's a cop out. Answer definitely makes it a a murky situation well when you consider where we were two years ago and the fact that the conversations even being uttered it just makes it all the more preposterous brody. Thanks for coming on. Always enjoy it. We will see us in. Always take great stuff. Ready miller from the athletic on the latest at lsu clinton. Yates will join us at the bottom of this hour from omaha is covering the college world series and we are coming right back listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we are back clinton. Yates will join us at the bottom of the hour from omaha where they andy going for the national championship but not without some controversy. Which will this is unrelated to the nc states. Accentuation will address it in a few minutes. Let's get back to the calls right now. And john is up next in birmingham. Hello john paul. I've been watching the world series by bitch and there's something i just don't understand. I see casual fans. And i even see that during regular season. Who have these books. Where they you know. They've spent so in every pitch and Every i guess they go down the whole lana An record every single pitch. And i just don't get it and maybe you don't understand that maybe some of the callers.

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"yates" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We welcome all of you back great to have you here and we we engine store yesterday. big offensive lineman leaving lsu. That's not the only story going on in baton rouge brodie miller of course joining us from the athletic covers that team so well brody. Thanks for joining us. Great to have you on. And where do we begin. Let's start with the news that you had yesterday. And i guess if you you never wanna lose any any key player but you certainly don't wanna lose the left tackle. Do you know it. Kind of puts a damper in one of the main things. Lsu kinda had going into the season is being able to point to a you had all five return offensive linemen and you know there was a it was an up and down offensive line and twenty twenty. I don't wanna make it seem like you know some elite group. Yeah losing your left. Tackle a six foot eight guy with all the upset in the world. Definitely definitely doesn't doesn't help but you know it. It is kinda tricky for example. He's a darrow's a guy who had different you know. School called ems violation of school policy problems throughout his career. He missed games pretty much last. Two seasons young played six games last year and in turn cam wire who they viewed as their third starting tackle. Anyway guy who. I think's started six games last year for different reasons. You know he's at least experience you know he's a guy you can trust the put in there but i mean first off yet losing rosendo. Heart's not gonna pretend it does and also deaths was also the biggest problem with this offensive line that if any if they went down to more than like. Say the seven guy. They'd be in trouble and now they lose one more so i think depth is probably the bigger concern the offensive line than than say the immediate left. Tackle job broody say on. Let's say on the field for a few more minutes and then we'll go off the field where where we spend the rest of our lives talking but what's it look like You know give us the lowdown on on the quarterback situation it brennan Isn't someone else and we know about stars on this team. But what does the whole team look like when when you piece them together. Of course yeah. I mean it started with quarterback like you said i. I always like to start this part by saying i think. Lsu's a generally better position quarterback in terms of death in the room than it's been in quite frankly as long as i've covered the team by far. You know the idea. That reading in johnston are both miles johnson or both guys that they would be happy to start guys. That a lot of teams in the sec. Pretty sure it'd be happy to start and it's tricky because you know just all production yet. Brennan threw for three hundred seventy plus yards game one of which with a torn abdominal playing. the whole. Second half with you know. he's a guy's produced. But i know max. Johnson the registered software. The the sophomore has won a lot of people over with winning that for game on the road going to and and you know he doesn't have the arm brennan does but i know he won a lot of people over with his. You know his his ability to manage a game is moxie is kind of just over all. Feel for the position and plus. He's a dual threat. So they're in a position where it depending on who you talk to some people. Some people genuinely think it's johnson's job. There are people who think he has it and there are others. That will tell you you know you're on stockton. Brennan made him still feel very much like needs competing for the job and it's a a really tricky situation. Because you know as well as i you know like we said whoever it doesn't get this job they're good enough to start in the sec. And they could leave. You know as soon as possible especially someone like brennan who's a fifth year guy so i think a lot of it has to do with politicking and how you keep people happy as much as you can even more than it's about. Who's going to win the job. Brady i just. I just noticed this. I don't know how. I missed it but We have up on the screen. Lsu's number is seven. I was thinking last year. Seven would be okay with ten games but with twelve games. What am i missing here. I don't know why. But i thought. Lsu you know it wasn't a much better position you know. We're talking about at ucla to begin the season At mississippi state a game. They lost last year. Auburn at home at kentucky. Florida at alabama at ole miss and then. Am i do see a couple of I see one two three c three games. That are extremely difficult. But you tell me what do you expect of this. Lsu team no. And i bought into the second. Half of your questions answered it now. I i agree with you. I was pretty. I understand that number purely in. I think you've probably. I'm curious what you think would probably just come down to. How bad last year was right that it kind of inner vacuum five and five but what reason to people have to believe they're better than seven seven wins but yeah. I think knowing where we know this. I think nine wins is the the basement for what's okay. You know i. I would take the over there if i was advising someone. I don't think i've ever been afraid to criticize his team on your show but they are really talented. They have they were turned. I think more than thirty guys who started at least a game last year. They have kind of more importantly. I think a core of guys who you know juniors and seniors who now of a chip on their shoulder after last year mixed with some really.

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Rep. Matt Gaetz Denies Relationship With 17-Year-Old

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz Denies Relationship With 17-Year-Old

"News didn't take Matt gauge long to burst out of the gate to deny a New York Times report that Florida Republican congressman is being investigated for having sex with an underaged girl. Gates appeared on Fox is Tucker Carlson Show. It is a horrible allegation, and it is a lie. New York Times is running a story that I have traveled with a 17 year old woman, and that is verifiably false. People can look at my travel records and see that that is not the case. Yates claims that he's being blackmailed by a former justice official who demanded $25 million to buy his

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Philadelphia Eagles Sign Super Bowl 47 MVP Joe Flacco

Get Up!

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Eagles Sign Super Bowl 47 MVP Joe Flacco

"Big news coming out of philly. Yesterday joe flacco agreeing to a contract with the eagles. It's a one year deal. Three and a half million dollars. Guaranteed the opportunity to win. Four million more in incentives. Now what does this mean. As far as the eagles and their draft plans remember. They only have one quarterback on the roster until this and that's jalen hurts and they have the six pick in the draft and as you see mel kiper junior and his latest mock has been taking the superstar receiver tamar chase from lsu which would be awfully knife or any quarterback that they have there but so does this mean mel again. It is not your expectation mel with us field. Yates as well here today. It does this mean and again. You're you're mock has them taking chase anyway but the signing flacco does that in your view. Close the door on any possibility that they draft a quarterback at number six. I think they would even going in before flacco. You think about. Joe flacco wise ian eagle thinking about the baltimore raven connection with the philadelphia eagles. Joe douglas and joe flacco who drafted where the want super bowl with the baltimore ravens. So there's that always that connection you can always go to. Guys are picked up later in their career. So for joe. Douglas bringing in a joe flacco you think about what he was doing with the jets in terms of the situation there. And then you've got the philadelphia eagles their same type of thing that raven connections. So i think when you look backing up jalen hurts right now. I don't think he's a threat. I think jalen that guy get jomar chase and go four with him and help jalen hurts and then reassess after the year's over that's what they will do that influence with the raven organization in philadelphia as a factor. I think it's a factor throughout the green and there always is joe. Flacco is a good backup came in the league. Same your matt ryan did and that ryan slow playing great football of course super bowl but Joe flacco did. But i think it's a good situation to have joe flacco there behind. The jalen hurts. Jalen hurts gets hurt. Your season's not over joke and still play. But i think this is jalen team right now. I thought it was carson wentz's team that didn't work out. But i think if you get your march help jalen hurts and then you make your decision air to this year whether in the twenty twenty two draft you have to think about drafting. A young quarterback failed. Same question to you. Does this mean in your mind that the eagles are out of the quarterback market at six. It does not greedy in. Here's a simple reason. Why i agree with everything else that i'm going to double back to that in just a moment. I just have long believed that if you are convinced. A player can be a franchise quarterback that if he's available at six. You have to at least consider it. If you're philadelphia. Now that being said all the indications this offseason from the previous reporting from more about the eagles plan to build around jalen hurts this year plus the signing of joe flacco which at least gives them a veteran option at the very least relatively modest priced by the way three point five million dollars. There are so many signs at the plan. This year is to find ways to make jalen hurts better so i still believe that ultimately the eagles are gonna be in prime position to land one of the best pass catchers in this year's draft a quarterback should not be entirely ruled out. And that's just me having seen the league long enough to know that sometimes teams do things the catch us by surprise even if they should not have caught us by surprise

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Raiders trading Trent Brown to Patriots

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Raiders trading Trent Brown to Patriots

"The new england patriots have reworked contract for trent brown when they will trae from a swap of fixed late round picks. They will bring back. Trent brown who is man the offensive line in new england before he will agree to a one year deal worth up to eleven million dollars with the new england patriots field. Yates also reported this morning. And trent brown will be brought it. The offensive line for new england and the patriots could also be losing their franchise offensive linemen from last year. Joe tuni they are not expected to tag him later today.

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Who is QB2 in 2021 NFL Draft?

Get Up!

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Who is QB2 in 2021 NFL Draft?

"It would have been fully justified and with that we welcome you back as always live from the seaport district appear seventeen brought to you by chase. I green this get up and we have a huge our coming your wine. It starts with this. It's a quarterback sneak mc shays make board is in and wait till you see the first four picks. He's with us live to break down off the top. Then wait a minute. What did russell say. Is he talking about getting sri. Didn't from seattle the wild ride in. Nfl history continues. And then we'll tell you how the shawn watson saga plays out and what it will mean for every team in the nfl. All that and more as we get out with you when this hour which starts right now with todd mcshay post super bowl mock draft. It's available right now on espn plus all it. It's fascinating a number one. That's no big surprise. He's got trevor lawrence going number one to urban meyer and the jaguars. But here's where it gets interesting. He also has quarterbacks going to three and four at two he has the jets taking. Byu's zack wilson who has been rising up. Everybody's draft what he has been be talk of the nfl draft process so far at three overall. He's projecting trade the panthers moving up from eight to take north dakota state's train lance to be their quarterback of the future which leaves ohio states justin field sitting there. Four and mcshea has the falcons taking him fields the second highest total qbr in college football season and then jones sliding down a little bit later to make five quarterbacks in the first round in there he is the man with the mic board. It is mcshea and it's awesome. Let's start with this todd. We all understand. Trevor lawrence going number one. Nothing even to discuss. How firmly planted in. Your mind is zack. Wilson right now as the number two quarterback in this draft. I think very firmly. The first thing i do when the season is over and a govan studied the top quarterbacks. Because i know that's what we're going to talk about for the majority of this process leading up to the draft and after lawrence. There's a little bit of a gap and then at zack wilson. And then there's a gap between gods trey lance from north dakota state and justin feels from ohio state. So i think he is clearly the number two quarterback in this class. The question becomes greenie. Is that the jets taking two or the jets gonna move out and allow a team like a carolina to that number two spot to take him. And that all depends on the domino's in terms of the veteran quarterbacks right now where does shawn watson wind up carson wentz. We know is going to get moved to chicago indianapolis. I think joe douglas. The general manager is kind of waiting. And seeing some of these other quarterbacks go and he's fielding phone calls he's not aggressively making calls but fielding calls to see maybe if they can move sam darnold and if they do exactly since the pick for the jets at number two and if not as i said i think the jets will move outta to and wilson will still wind up being that number number two overall pick in this class. I grew the. I've been saying for a while. I agree with you completely. He'll be number two. The question is who winds up making the peck. Then the other part of this is. I'm old enough to remember a time when we wondered if justin fields might supplant trevor lawrence as the number one draft now all of a sudden these the fourth quarterback off the board. How did that happen. You go back. And study games against indiana northwestern. And then the college football playoff national championship game against alabama. He completed around fifty two percent of throws with five interceptions. Those games in my opinion. You look at it physically. He's big. he's sturdy strong who mobile. He's got a big arm all the traits that you look for. But he likes to see his receivers. Come open and get stuck on that. I read very frequently. So you compare him with trae. Lance and i have identical grades on the to train. Lance didn't play the level of competition. Didn't play as many games as is justin fields but i think he processes the game a little quicker in terms of going from his first into a second and third and seeing the entire field. So it won't surprise me if it feels is third quarterback off the board. But i think they're kind of bunched together in that third tier of quarterbacks behind lawrence wilson and then the other two and then i want to ask you about the guy that you currently have fifth because i'm a regular listener of the first draft podcast and so i'm listening the other day to you and field. Yates and mel kiper talking about what was going on at the senior bowl and everyone is raving about matt jones. Your buddy mel had max jones moving this thing and i believe he has him sort of. I believe he hasn't projected higher than you have in projected. What do you see for mack. Jones as this process goes on the fifth quarterback in the first round. Well i think what's going to happen. He's matt jones is going to benefit from the fact that these four quarterbacks are gonna come off the board quickly and it's probably going to be cut because of trades moving up. I have matt jones going number twelve overall right now in a i had chicago moving up to twelve in san francisco. Moving back to twenty we have to see where carson wentz go. It does go to

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Chicago detective recovering after two men rob him as he investigates homicide

Bob Sirott

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago detective recovering after two men rob him as he investigates homicide

"2 men tried to rob in on duty Chicago police detective in the South Shore neighborhood. Detectives were looking for surveillance video of recent homicide near 77th and Yates. When one of the men approached, announced a robbery and then notice the detectives handcuffs. The detective was kicked in the head. He was treated and is in stable condition. The offenders were armed with a knife and a gun with an extended magazine. One of the suspects was caught. But the other is still on the

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Chicago police detective attacked, injured while investigating South Shore murder near 77th, Yates

John Williams

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago police detective attacked, injured while investigating South Shore murder near 77th, Yates

"Police say two men trying to rob one of their detectives, It was in the process with a partner of canvassing and earlier murders side in the South Shore neighborhood. Police say the suspects one arm with an idea that with a gun attack, the detective from behind started going through his pockets. The detectives partner heard what was happening and came running. The suspects took off. One has already been arrested. The detective, a 26 year vet of the force is in good condition he suffered head and neck injuries.

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The Yetzer of Great Men (Sukkah 52a)

The Joy of Text

09:53 min | 1 year ago

The Yetzer of Great Men (Sukkah 52a)

"Below. So what tax do you have today. So i thought we'd look at the text from the gamero from soka fifty two a m. it's a famous tax but i don't think we ever discussed it as groups. I'd love to hear your thoughts. So here's tomorrow and it says as follows new rubber nana rabbis taught. Now this is in the middle of a whole major discussion relating to the gates or hora which the camera tends to me the sexual drive. Not just the general desire to send although could mean that as well so it quotes verse. And it says edited Mirror i am. I will distance this The northern one from you but it says this is referring to the eighth or hara which is hidden in the hearts of human beings and then the end of the versus because he has done greatly like the great power of gates zara and the texas follows. I'm are by media having your jimmy. Coolum that the power of the eighth or hara is greatest amongst the tourists ages and then it tells the following story once happened that by her demand. Say to a woman with us rise early. And we'll go on the road. And i thought i'll follow them and prevent them from sinning because he assumed that they were having some sexual assignation. He went after them about three miles for three meal through the reeds heard them saying our conversation has been so nice and now we must take separate roads by my enemy. Meeting myself would not have contained himself. Could not have if i was with that woman half i would not have been able to contain myself. Leaned against the both of the door and was very sorry that he would have been worse than a common man. So here i rabbi would not have been able to control myself from these this man and woman just friends no man came to him and taught the greater man is the more is he tempted by the evil spirit by the eighth or hara and the hebrew is coho. Godot may have a row each rogue adult men who who is greater than his friend. His desire his yates. There is stronger than than a friend. So my god can i jump and i don't want to jump to very famous bride loftier thoughts so i wonder it may be a slow alternate perspective on this and that the more you put up barriers or the more you like make things You know make the bins into a big deal of being now allowed the harder on those heavier sits on your head. I'm saying this really inarticulate way but it's kind of like if you take a boy and a girl who public school together and all the time wasn't girls and then you send them off to do an errand you don't have two seconds of thought that oh my god you will get a horrible. Overtake them whether you take two kids from haredi community never ever ever have an object to hang out together all the sudden the whole interaction become so much more fraught. So that's the first thing that goes through my head here and so interest. It's it's normally not done or is it. Also because the reason it's not done is it's always framed as being a sexual temptation and for that's the lens that's brought to the reason men and women. We don't have them go together into carry. Community is because women's sexual temptation. Where freight of your yeats their horror and therefore if that's always the message that that also becomes the lens through which you know. The the experience is taking place at boulder trail that's interesting. Yeah i mean my first When i heard this tax was on a totally different tack and maybe not as positive i was like oh god that sounds like a total apologetic for like powerful people like sexually harassing other. People's like oh you know the greater you are the greater your temptation is going to be and it totally like rubbed me the wrong way but i guess watch you're reading is really interesting. I'm like trying to relate to it as like the you know heavier and higher. Your set of expectations for yourself are the like heavier bat. Might weigh upon you like how would you understand that the greater the rabbi quote unquote degraded the rabbi most likely more he has separated himself out from the day to day workings of the world. Right like when we think about great rabbis particular. We think about people who've had a little bit closer themselves from the world's and that's where i'm going with this. Although i do think you are reading sarah which is fascinating to me about the powerful people. There's a whole other way to look at this. Which is that. We often complain about the fact that powerful people are the ones who are much more sexually abusive. And sometimes i we kind of bring it on ourselves because the people that we choose as powerful people and i'm not sure rabbis phones category but generally politicians we go after like people who are charismatic and a little bit narcissistic and who you know love to be loved and one adulation by and we love those people. We pick them. We take them as movie stars. We picked politicians. A man were surprised when they bay. That way does make vase which you cannot see the podcast. So on gonna shut up. Don't disagree with you just. I think that we're missing You know what i. I would consider sort of an obvious perspective. Which is that. it's not just true. We value but the reality that if you think about gates there as more generally as dr could be sexual drive drive lost. You know that. isn't that often. What makes people great. What sort of you know why somebody is nice. Not just your average in our personal. No like i have a passion of doing something in the world making a difference if this you know maybe i don't know if we call it sexual identity that is sublimated and me directly. Guess call it. Yates aaron general. You know that sometimes expresses itself sexually and sometimes super interesting. I really liked that. Yeah totally yeah. I think that's absolutely true. The non psychologist of the group is the one who came up with that with that. There's different ways to look at this. I think. I think it's a really really interesting you know and i think to the damara asked why at all or not statement you know. It is in the context of a discussion of yates. There which is not limited to sexual although the often reduces. Yates there to the sort of sexual drive. You know i mean there's a metric that says the God saw on the end of the steak he told about. Oh you know that it was very good so the mavericks has told my. Opiates are horror so so which is a very i had on suggestive mattress so someone if eight needs out needs mostly good. Who's the gates are. Har- is good but the metrics actually says work not for the easter hara. A person wouldn't build a a major building and wouldn't get married so sort of speaks about the value of the eight sarah as very constructive creative force that can of course he does Destructive as well right. It is really interesting that i won't talk about. These people aren't when travelling. I kinda soon to as a couple so to a while to realize eleven couple with the other question also is the rabbi assumes. Let the same women he's attracted to everybody's attracted to like that's fascinating into dog south houston guy would have trouble with anyone at all or just this particular women were in. A plastic case was just like any sort of vaguely attractive woman would be at the our material or was it. This woman in particular amend the assumption that this woman was that for this guy as well as an. I don't take down kind of winding back way. But i find that also a little bit amusing and that goes back to what i was saying about you. Know if you have no exposure to something to limit your exposure some bank. It makes it much more tempting. You know it's like What's expresses miami. Vinnie lights right. Stolen waters will arm our sweeter so were or the worst the tax about that. You don't trust the somebody's not have sex with their fiance david for the wedding. Because but you're not worried about it after the wedding right because hospice was at once. You have a bread in your basket. Brad's by basket. Like there was no description of the or desirability of the woman was almost like from like exactly what you said that for a by being so sheltered the opportunity to be with any woman would have been just such a irresistible temptation. You know so exactly back shit up. Yeah i was about to say like was that by was he. Did he have any outlet here and also what was he doing following this couple like. Why is that his job. Follow up and make sure that they don't send creepy is is her giving itself a certain allowance. Like i'm gonna make sure they don't see him. But the there's something very right You know What's word titillating out. I think you know about the possibility of of what's going to happen. Yeah kind of and it kind of reminds me of rory of the of the student who goes under the bed like listen to his teacher have but never knows that story. Well rejects. i use it all. I

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Mega Millions jackpot leaps to roughly $750M

AM Tampa Bay

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Mega Millions jackpot leaps to roughly $750M

"No winner and last night's mega million's game, so that means to lotteries have big jackpots. Yates largest jackpot in U. S Lottery History went off Tuesday night a whopping $625 million for the mega millions. If the winner walks away with the lump sum, they'll pocket nearly 459 million bucks. It's the largest prize in two years. The odds of winning 292.2 million to one By the way, Wednesday's Powerball drawing is $550 million. Don't quit your job just yet. Christie Mae Oh Fox

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Biden to name former Obama Supreme Court pick Merrick Garland as his attorney general

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to name former Obama Supreme Court pick Merrick Garland as his attorney general

"Today. President like biden bait and other cabinet looks like judge merrick garland will find we get his congressional hearing. He earned the nod over other candidates. President-elect biden was considering including former deputy attorney general. Sally yates and ex-senator don jones garland is best remembered for being president obama's pick to replace the late supreme court justice antonin scalia senate. Republicans denied him any consideration. If garland is confirmed he would lead a justice department facing racial tension policing global cyber threats and perhaps an investigation of the incoming president son

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Former Houston Police Captain Mark Aguirre Charged For Allegedly Holding Man At Gunpoint To Prove Voter Fraud

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Former Houston Police Captain Mark Aguirre Charged For Allegedly Holding Man At Gunpoint To Prove Voter Fraud

"The former houston police officer accused of holding a man at gunpoint to expose alleged voter fraud. Scheme missed his first court appearance after testing positive for covid former. Hp captain mark aguirre is charged with aggravated assault. Prosecutors say aguirre held an air conditioning repairman at gun point because he thought the man was transporting thousands of phony ballots. Terry yates gary's attorney as a very complex case. We look forward to present this. It's going be interesting and fun. Trial it really will be a. Gary is expected to appear in court during online hearing tomorrow. Investigators say there's no evidence of voter fraud scheme

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AP source: Cuomo among contenders for attorney general pick

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

AP source: Cuomo among contenders for attorney general pick

"An inside source tells the Associated Press New York governor Andrew Cuomo is one of the people being considered for Attorney General in the Biden administration the straight shooting governor of new York's become a well known face during the corona virus pandemic I've tried to work with the trump administration and argue morality in principle for four years you're better off trying to argue with a rock a person with knowledge of the process is Andrew Cuomo is now among those being considered for Attorney General it's not clear if the search process is changed after it was disclosed this week that Joe Biden's son hunter is under investigation for his financial dealings and that the new Attorney General would inherit that investigation others thought to be top contenders outgoing Alabama senator Doug Jones appeals court judge Merrick garland and former deputy Attorney General Sally Yates Jackie Quinn Washington

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Biden introduces his pick to lead Defense Department

CNN Political Briefing

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Biden introduces his pick to lead Defense Department

"President-elect biden announced general. Lloyd austin as his pick for defense secretary which would make him the first black man to lead. The pentagon biden is also expected to nominate ohio congresswoman marcia fudge to run housing and urban development and former agriculture secretary. Tom vilsek to reprise his role of running. That department one takeaway here is that there is clearly a pattern form with biden's picks either a commitment to diversity with fudge and austin or experienced hand. Who can step in and do the job right away like with vilsek but there was another constant in violence picks a personal connection with the newly minted nominees biden serve with ville sack in the obama administration and has discussed how he met general austin while on trips afghanistan as vice president and continue to work with them today. It's my great honor. Really is an honor to add to my national security team leader of extraordinary courage character experience an accomplishment in a man who i've seen some of the or interesting parts of the world with vice president someone with whom i have worked closely for many years and i've seen perform the highest standards under intense pressure. Now that's not to say austin won't phase hurdles as we discussed yesterday. Some democratic senators like elizabeth. Warren are already signaling that they oppose granting austin the needed waiver for him to serve as defense secretary but just as important to biden is the fact. That austin had a relationship with his late son bo. He was both commanding officer in iraq and attended mass with the president's son. A relationship with bo was also a factor in biden's comma harris for vice president. All of these factors including the consideration of a personal relationship are at play in biden's last major cabinet. Pick to make attorney general. Cnn is reporting that senator. Doug jones judge merrick garland and sally. Yates are the top contenders with jones. Being the front runner

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Who Might Joe Biden Select To Lead The Justice Department?

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Who Might Joe Biden Select To Lead The Justice Department?

"And irony of ironies. Sally yates the former. Doj official who. I sounded the alarm to the trump white house about. Flynn said to be on biden. Shortlist for attorney general

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"yates" Discussed on Blaqbook The Podcast

Blaqbook The Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"yates" Discussed on Blaqbook The Podcast

"Good people it's your boy urge. You rich was good. People who show boy sanchez. Gal and welcome to book. The pod cost the uk produced some truly talented and inspiring black individuals over the years. Each of the backstory and jane to success. They've given many of us. The belief that we can spice be great. So i think it's only right that we shahnameh on sony's figures today. Talk about mr. Reggie yates yay so salary. Know how much people know about him but he's actually been in a lots of stuff. I mean light on every channel. His look is deep is very very wide repertoire films presenting tv shows and you know just document so what you guys say your view of him for me. He's a very cool command. So i kinda dig. How is gone and all that kind of grow up with watching him on grange hill. Yeah i remember his parents as moving the desmond. So i kind of grown up even as a few years older than me kind of felt like he was in the same age also. I've seen throughout the stages from the young man that he was too sexy money. Stop the commerce single podcast. I don't bug seen him how he has transformed from likely to get the documentaries and how serious rolled it hasn't been given the mickey mouse roles were accustomed to see our kind. Doing your. that makes sense definitely definitely graduated as over the years. You percent rose to kind of really come into his own and being main focal point. Homepod cost yeah. Yeah listen. i have listened to fewer than he's one of my own and he has enough on call off the mark podcasts by a instagram your solo black entertainer or present our defense. He's been given the recognition. He deserves though roy. That's very arguable. Some people might say yes. It depends on first and foremost how you actually read him in terms of his achievements which is quite subjective sense. Yeah by he has said his kids repertoire catalogue is vast like he's done things and the things that he has done They're not as you said they're not they're not like presenting top of the pops did smile for those. I remember small. Cbc for years years years years then they have had like spinoffs from that even on other things and said he's docu series. Doctor who's accusing wall. So he's been in nyc renown british. Tv shows and things. You like to think that he would hold more of a high regard because you think radiates. His name is almost synonymous with like. You know a black sort of influential. Tv comes in that state on baffled because his detainment the surgery and industry. But if i think him probably more celebrated if it was more dinner at music saying to. I think we're not talking about thing because music has a lot more influence especially on the young black community. I think music is kind of like the go-to when it comes to feeling empowered feeling like energy wherever everybody kyle to that. Soar storm z's or cohen people. That have a bit more edge to them at the music. Bit more edge. Sometimes i guess also relatable because this is the thing well people would relate more to say a stormzy or corn and then say a reggie one bit. I was name no cart you but i think also because in terms of the access to them is like storms these differences. I went to primary women. And that's like the deputy that you kind of like just see all grew up with everybody kind of knows somebody who knows them whereas i guess especially with the generation coming up now. They aren't many people who could say. Dana reggiano originates aren't necessarily relate to him. They don't necessarily know what enough about him. Whereas we know. Say for instance go back to the encrypting cohen. We know dot say. They rented a schools. Everybody went to kind of. We know their story where they've come from what we've actually seen. And this is because of the social media age that we live in. Because the nasa point. I'm trying to across. Is that when it comes to black people in the media When it comes to positive role. I'm not saying music isn't a positive positive role but we all seem reggie as present in many music platforms like trump up young and the voice and he should be more highlighted for his involvement in media. Like if you don't call others in the same field as reggie such as Vernon kay matt bailey and dick have been pushed to the forefront on british prime time tv and everybody knows who they all regardless of age background. Whatever you're ever knows the one show or i'm a celebrity. Get me out here. But how many of us caridi say we know about prize apart. Believe rich richie reggie. Bill hasn't been as push as much as the has as his politics. Maybe britain's attitude things could part. Sometimes some people would argue. Yes course the if you look at the names that you mentioned the vernon kay's phone cartoons Leads Then you look at the other say black presenters of that say era. You've got michael underwood. Yes aw pong. Who who there at jellicoe bell into into into british media presenting shows. They like you would see them on almost everything back in the day here but now he them. There's been to be seen. No is that because they've chosen for that or are. They decided they wanted to be less than the limelight. Or are they not being offered. Those rows added this early assumed. That haven't been offered the opportunity because you would afford. His book will come out a love ainsley but even some certain tv show documentary to see these highly adver. Yea i don't see them. Joe but you think based on the quality of work done over years the freeze on one hundred percent you are. I think it might work. He's done the other people a much less. I'm a. I'm received. Emily well at sharon fasano. 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"yates" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"yates" Discussed on NFL Live

"Special edition of the NFL live podcast print field Yates here and I'm joined today by Andy Vanoise, who is an analyst, covering football and really everything tied to the NFL Sports Illustrated, and the QB and also co host the QB NFL podcast, indepence lawmakers of time today. Hey, I'm thrilled to be doing this feel winded winded. We me was it three or four years ago now at the combine it was three or four years. Sounds about right. It was definitely a February, Indianapolis at the combine and as many relationships. Do they are friendship started? I believe the j w Marriott lobby, which for those who aren't fully privy to how the NFL combine takes place beyond the forty yard dash and the bench press. There is a huge much of social aspect is quite the way to put it Andy, but it's almost like the NFL. Combine is like the one time of the year. The word. I'm looking for is like a networking event for those of us in the football media world. With coaches scouts and each other. Absolutely. I mean it's more like really, it's like the NFL's convention, and they're just happened to be workouts there. But people would be shocked if they knew how little attention, the workouts, got from the people actually attending to combine the media, even a lot of coaches and personnel executives, it's all the other things that go on at the combine. Yeah. The workout stuff has really become a television of vent. And obviously, the NFL network ESPN and many other networks are out there. Each year have have helped drive the interest there, but to your point really, it's about everything else that takes place behind the scenes that was where it started indie. And, you know, one of the reasons why always respected you is that you are a trust. What's your eyes tell you type of analysts? Right. And I'm not sure anybody in the media watches as much film, as you do not just on your own, but because of your work. You've had the really unique opportunity to watch film, with people at the highest levels, including perhaps, the best offense of mind in the NFL right now, in Sean McVay. So the film has long been what you have relied upon. And I think that was sort of the, the focal point of our friendship, we got started with just a couple of guys who enjoyed football and not just not just the tiny tidbits of it. But the deeper stuff that you can glean when you're watching the twenty two. Yeah. And it's the all twenty meal that whole cliche I in the lie, does or I n the sky doesn't lie. I think really what it is about all twenty two about film coaches tell you how they really feel about everything, by the way, they play and sometimes coaches aren't even aware they feel a certain way. And you it's actions speak louder than words. So you get a lot. If you can learn to watch stuff, there's always more to learn. I remember when we did meet field now I'm remembering I was with MC faith. And this is before you became Sean McVeigh was an assistant, coach at the time we were in that J w and you came in with Matla floors, I recall, and make a Fe and leflore wound up sitting at the same table at those, there's more people's big group, and those two guys at night got into an argument about how I think, is how you defend the flat out of a certain formation. And it was just back at forty you do this. And then I do this all of that out of that. And each time the guy got done. They were drawing on a napkin and each time the guy got done. He would set the pin down like a mile. It drop. It just won the whole argument and everything was finally until the next guy would pick the pen back up. So everybody is saying now that not become an NFL head coach what you have to do is have some proximity to Sean McVeigh..

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