8 Burst results for "wells inlet"

"wells inlet" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:31 min | 7 months ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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Minnetonka nor site Hopkins it was bored out of my mind and social studies learning about stuff from a long time ago but look how big your head has gotten this is true in actual size right well inlet knowledge and figure it all okay the art now that's what I meant welcome back it's the all around home improvement our we're having a really fun show honestly I was afraid of the topic when Rubin brought it up by Todd I don't know how we've stayed away from this one because this has been really fun we are opening up ourselves and we are making ourselves vulnerable to you the listener and we're sharing the biggest mistakes we have made it will it within it with regards to working with a client I mean you know there's obviously business mistakes that you can make that have nothing to do with the client yeah yeah what is hard to talk about now it's satisfying related didn't pay a bill that was terrible you know okay more talking about mistakes that affected homeowners who are the end user here so I'm gonna go ahead it's my turn I am going to share a time back when all around was re having we're one of the states in the region's largest rehab or we were re having three to four hundred foreclosed homes a month average ticket was a lot yeah average ticket was around six thousand dollars but we would do jobs all the way down to the smallest job that we offered I remember that which was a hundred and twenty five dollar Winterreise station now yeah can we get an echo on that do we we have a national solutions ace pointed her eyes Asians Asians issue what's a winterization job robin help us out well it's I don't know lawyer out the line right right okay making sure everything's gold turning off the faucets making sure your humidifiers turned down in my business yeah you know all that good stuff other apps right yeah because guess what these are foreclosed homes they're they're vacant no one's using them in Minnesota gets very very cold so we were a resource for Winterreise Asians all around was a very big resource it wasn't a huge money maker obviously but even if we made a hundred percent profit it's a hundred and twenty five dollars we literally made maybe twenty five dollars are not a hundred find all of those winter rising so you can imagine that's kind of a vulnerable position to be in right yeah we're blowing out lines in old houses well we had one home that had old cast iron plumbing all alone Hey how's your time yeah this is hello to the lowest point of the house and you drain all the water and you think you got all the water out and then you take some compressors and you put the pressure on the lines and you think you got all the water out which you don't realize with some of these systems is they're completely clogged they're completely coagulated is that the word yeah yeah that's a good way to escape we know what you mean coagulation nothing going through exactly spot so we were set up for failure from the moment we accepted this winter I station what happened was we did our job we thought we were good we tagged everything up anti freeze on the lines put the stickers on all the traps all the don't don't turn it on whoever comes here if you touch it it's your problem more no one no one touched it brought a couple weeks later in a negative ten negative twenty degree day are the realtor we get a call from the realtor and says I don't know what happened but we just had lines and there's a lines exploded everywhere in the basement so these cast iron pipes literally just shattered and not to be gross but it looked like crap like actual species mentioned like a hundred years old of just Saddam and stuff up in the cellar no I mean if he and the probably some crap yeah it probably was mixed in there but it blew it it blew the whole system and we're not only talking about a possible water system which is the water you use our with maybe cook with drinking more also talking about the radiant heat system as well though this is yeah I soul the check that was written was directly from our company back then we thought it was really important to keep our insurance track record clean even though not so convinced of that was the best move on assuming we could just because it is a dual mistake yeah yeah okay we're talking about all the mistakes yeah and we just didn't put in a claim we thought what the heck we can just write the check we we did and an odd that realtor I'm sure we'll remember that in that we stepped up to the plate to beads to great guy does very very well still he's you know Facebook friend of mine a sale he didn't on friend us but we stepped up to the plate we replace the entire system heating the brain the house got a brand new heating system most of the plumbing lines were replaced and it ended up being a good thing for the bank basically what was the total on that you didn't search all I didn't thirteen thousand dollars sold roles do you know here already twenty five does it take to get the thirteen thousand twenty five dollars off it's got sick yeah actually where I was I think that canceled out every winter I. station that we had done and I'm talking thousands with yeah every winter as issued ever done as a company although that was a great business to be in and we certainly took off from that stepping stone of does this I am glad to not be in the foreclosure rehab is I still remember those vouchers to literally look like a brown bomb went off all right did this this next one is a little quicker I'll keep it very quick show when we we have customers that pic siding colors right this is the color thing I had a customer that was getting all new siding I was personally helping him out and I showed him a color called Sam tone but I didn't use our our sample of actual metal steel siding I use the card board at the manufacturer's marketing thing just on paper on print yeah well San tone on print looks like clay tone in print on print delays and tone in real life and I should have known this looks like Sander tone yep three Santander yes what he wanted a gray color well this guy in you know who you are Melvin I mean Roger okay mad the seal the box in his basement yeah the guy was on in seventy five hunters whole life so I still love the guy but anyway I he sat in a lawn chair and he allowed us to put up this color for two days until the project finished and then we sat down and we went over the bill and he says I'm not happy see what you showed me here this is a gray I mean I'll admit it was it was it was not what was on the manufacturer's printed samples and printed tells you don't use these to select colors can do that at the time Nick must've been on vacation he let me go right out the door with that would you yeah totally my fault I don't know what he was doing but anyhow he said I'm not happy and then I said why did you just sit there and let us do that he said well I didn't want to slow the guys down thank I once owned like they're doing a good job so I said alright what can we do to make you happy and he says how about fifteen hundred dollars and I said fifteen hundred dollars he goes all I can still make it I come home and I look at that now I just want you know it looked really good it did look it is rude it was night and day from what it was before it look beautiful it was great but he just can't stomach it Charles I just I come home and I'm looking at it in its it's not call a and I don't sell but you can stomach it for fifteen hundred boxes of absolutely I can stomach it I can I will he dog fifteen hundred dollar story sure you can really easy dead very much yeah we we didn't know you're actually right now would be but well he did get tactically yeah so easy so they could be gone both ways right because he signed a contract that said that color it's one of those things where there's a little bit of both to blame yeah I don't like this is the part where I would had a real hard time giving the guy a brand new siding job is he sat there and watched it happen he he let it go on the entire time so now we have a policy you don't look customers pick anything out of the picture yeah you bring it out to see a real sample a real piece of whatever it is in the showroom that change said see you're making sure that you're never going to have that happen again that's right that's right because all of them that's that's what this is all about Ruben how is this helping us get more business I'm just so far all these stories have a good ending right yeah exactly it's I mean I was fortunate and before I got better but yes you know now is a good time to go to break when we come back we're going to cap off lessons learned and make sure to remind you what's going on with all the wonderful teams here in the studio we'll be right back Sean Hannity do you.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Alive not paid to be a role model. He's he was right. He was APPS. I totally agree. I totally agree you are not paid to be a role model and your job is not a role model. Unfortunately you are in a position where people see and watch what you do and you influence how other people behave you might not have signed up for that. Sorry you didn't sign up for that but it comes along with it part of doing what you do at the highest level whether it be Golf Basketball Football baseball all of that being able to accomplish what you have accomplished and now being being paid in that manner that comes along with it. It's like look I didn't sign up to act to be a movie star. It just turned out that I'm a pretty good actor and people believe when I get into character and now become a movie star and I didn't necessarily get into it. I know you didn't get into it for that but you're making forty million dollars a movie so what you have to everybody has to sacrifice something for the job in the profession that they're in will when it comes to being a celebrity what you are sacrificing is your your some of your privacy and you're also sacrificing some of your freedom from responsibility well inlet meaning other people. Let me take first of all actors or the worst example you could have used because those people are. I mean they're the most notorious parties drinkers smokers bad example athletes yes 'cause N._F._l.. Players don't get in trouble at a strip club at three o'clock in the morning then they do know they do. I'm not saying they don't I'm just saying I wouldn't use. I wouldn't die on the hill of an actor being the up and coming citizen that you know they don't they don't actors don't care about themselves and how they come off in a way of whether or not they're affecting younger people I would say this about golf and confessional athletes in general you were using the you know the tobacco and the alcohol and all of that is jumping off point but then where do you stand on if they're supposed to act in a way that doesn't give kids the wrong idea. Then where do you stand on encores temper tantrums because the kids are GonNa pick that up. How many people have you seen? Reenact Tigers Fist pump on. I mean they from behavior on these athletes can't be expected to be held accountable for everything maybe at at their workplace no but look people are different. You don't react the same as I react on the golf course in in certain situations right so someone who loves loves. Adam Scott probably loves Adam Scott because his personality on the golf course is similar to their personality on the golf course so Adam Scott might not drop f bombs in throw club down and whatnot but like just because you love Patrick re doesn't necessarily mean you're going to snap golf club over your knee when you get frustrated but I bet you might have that tendency to have an explosion in and be mad like that just because i. I think you gravitate towards the people that that you that you feel like that person's similar to me and you gravitate towards that person that someone who acts like Adam Scott. It's not but it's look you know. People are watching you right so that's one of the things like you you think Adam Scott never dropped the F bomb very has has that's what I'm saying but when he's on the golf course in a tournament you're never going to hear it fill to you. Think Phil never dropped the F bomb but you've you've ever heard him do it at a p._G._A.. Tour event no no these the most branch lines this guy out there. We know that about Phil Oh. That's all his M._O.. That's that's also his M._o.. So it's like if you gravitate more towards Phil or Adam Scott and stuff than that's who you're gonNA try and emulate on the golf course now and I see what you're saying they know but but my point is this like when you look at some of these I think we've gotten so sensitive over so many things in society now that we start placing blame where it doesn't need to be placed for every man of the people characteristic that Phil Mickelson has he's also at the generate gambler so it's like it's one or.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"That narrative which i love it it's like this sort of thing and i'm a pie durken's explored that narrative of of you're family farm in this like nbn why the we get in there in the movie nice bug next year the sort of ethos hosur this conservation ethic perhaps is elastic in some way a bit it's like a really 'em there's this really compelling beautiful and very tidy story it's like this nice tidy package when you wanna talk it out and so in have being a movie like fuck this little package out in book end it with other people sentiments it has it was a bad feeling like conclusive you know but then it ends and shit goes on yeah well inlet right the story continues yeah the story is continue that farm for a hundred and fifteen years in one of the interesting things to me is how in new york of my lifetime we went from few dear to more dear to now to too many deer in disease and at the same time that i mean if you're just ice leading the deer and at the same time we have this these other conservation issues on are on are a property in in in are in the whole ruthless area that are all sort of inner wind together in so i see them as as a group of of issues that are in wind together as opposed to you know people who are most interested in or in some cases solely interested in near and dear only 'em and i know i know exactly how the on ramp that all up real a tidy but i i think that what the kinds of things that were talking about the the the bigger ball of all of these things together is is you know where i rest my rest my case in all of this that i'm not just caring for one thing they're trying to do one thing i'm trying to do in a lot of folks that i know i'm doing that in in really the people that i personally respect mostert trying to do something that's much more a wider conservation station based idea yeah that's leopold the whole community yeah yeah well some of the soil all the way up to this guy who is just a hidden coined by own or did he coin randall hammer he would've known for yeah but some days ran over the loan but the land ethic and that that i mean in leopold is my he's my hero on in ways that you take a union takeout is weaker and take seventy yard shots at deer deceive you could hit him yeah there's a fulltime there's a later his words used to just see vehicle there's a leader booker his within these hunting in new mexico some friend of his and there's a lot of questionable shut out oh yeah if no one saw him hunting now you think he's a slob perfect segway if we weren't wanna jump into the ethics thing oh i thought we were talking about ethics oh well we talked about this idea of one of the things we talk about one of the themes rattle off a handful of teams now not touch on this quick but i'm gonna i'm gonna get the randall to 'em patra lineal passage of hunting so we had this idea in we just you know conversations like movies going their own direction oh yes that is the bringing up a bunch of the themes we explore in the movie and we're just now he's gonna throw mountain i'm gonna give a handful of snapshots and never gonna move into talking the talk and randall but yeah so we explore like patra lineal descent being that's how much like just i'm not talking about i'm not done by the way things should be somewhat the way they are ninety percent of the people the by a hunting license in this country are men in most of those pick it up from their dad we talk about that and then we talk about cases the art that in in in in his sort of this chorus of.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"No, I like it. I frankly like it. I'm not. Going to knock that definition at all. I think you know, in many respects, that's kind of it a lot of people say like, well, this is how it's going to revolutionize the robots will do all the legal stuff. You're saying what these are productivity tool so help people achieve a result. Do you think that it will be that kind of gradual efficiency improvements, more or less as I continue to creep its way in was that mean to some degree little workflows start to become more mended? Start to potentially become more efficient is that the chip away process that continues through there, other dynamics to be wary of I think though in I just to clarify. I think is awesome. Well, yeah. But income across like, you're insulting. I just you were less hype than vendor would be maybe our preparation, but. Yeah, your language was very Frank. I appreciate it. It's so fun. I mean, there's so many cool things you can do with it. But at the end of the day, that's what people are using for. They're using it to make people more productive. They're not using robots to replace lawyers. What I'm seeing so far two thousand eighteen seemed to be a year of sort of in the legal space, awareness and education. So when we were having conversations with law firms in house counsel other groups a lot of questions they were asking. What is what can do? Yeah. What it has a little bit of that. Now are we towards the end of the year? It's completely changed. Everybody's aware of what it is what it can do. Now. They're figuring out. You know, how can I use it in my business? And if so how so I believe I don't think there's going to be a big bang. I just believe it's going to be a steady gradual adoption, and I believe it's just you know, it's not gonna be the two thousand nineteen. Is the big bang year. Where everybody adopts every tool this year, the next year the next year the next year is going to become pervasive. And the to be better. I certainly hope so and I wonder if you look at maybe this is tough to say from just your vantage point, but you might have a gut check on this that is better than that of the audience almost certainly you look out five years into the legal space. Are they're going to be facets of legal work that really are relegated to humans today that you just really think are kind of the low hanging fruit wear that sort of where the machine values gonna live in the human valuable float to other things are there areas where you really see kind of being subsumed by really robust set of tools from a variety of different providers. You know, like you said it's not like the stuff is gonna take over lawyers as a vendor selling into that space. You certainly would have to be wary of claims of that kind. But you know, I think that probably will be some stuff that that may be machines can can handle pretty dog on well inlet humans move along to other stuff. Is there a way for you to nutshell? What your guests would be if you were a betting man in five. Years as to what those areas are. Yeah. I would say all of the work that lawyers hate will be solved by its that routine stuff. The drudgery combing through hundreds of thousands of documents, you know, a is gonna take that away. It's gonna let them focus their time on the brain work the higher order judgments in decisions in and things like that. It is that gonna change. How maybe even the education of lawyers goes down in a win win sort of these roads things are less of part of what you actually have to do on a day-to-day basis because sort of regular tech when when this becomes normal can kinda just tackle it for you. It is that gonna change. Maybe what these folks oughta be learning in school as they head off into the world. I'm sure there's all kinds of skills in legal that became less relevant with the victory of computers in the internet. I'm with AI may be at similarly going to be so where some kinds of research or some kinds of opposition of legal documents. Just almost never be people stuff. You know, do you think it's gonna at some point have to trickle to a change in?.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world

"Yeah. I like a realist, I would probably not divert. Well, inlet books. She like we were blind for is going on. And I was like nobody was going. Roundings and or southern light. There's a leaf buffet on stuff like that. And I'm like mind if I was in the if I was in that film topsy night, how they how they navigate if you haven't seen if they if they have how they navigate blindfolds mate of good. No. But I've seen seriousness. I the thing. I did. I think it was really good is you'll gonna get this picture of actually different things that essentially to few journey as so many different things that impact region in the history of the food Johnny as while that see how like, you know, one point. It was really kinda going down on looking at like, slavery and stuff like that. Although it was very surreal experience. Very true. But even in that surreal experience making it main realize like almost seventy things I haven't even thought about when things come to land or play on the journey of that other the side effects in music and stuff they played than you having them, come rallies. Putting leaves in your face shoveling food in your love. It was really it was really through. And I won't put as many people in. There's like ten people just walking around with food seventy. I think like you said it wasn't ready. I think of powerful way to kind of look at sea journey of food around the world and how food even get see. I mean, I think the person running that. And she says from really interesting when she goes to the from. Okay. She doesn't understand. What is the wealthy section? That's like one I'll because actually ninety nine point nine nine percent of our food is all around the world and would never made it hit. We've out something hyphen. For me. I found the the slavery bit really kind of lake. It was really. I in a way kind of I feel like that will highlight should be acting right now because it's interesting for this. You kinda get taken onto a slave ship Nigel essentially made to be to fill like a slate. I get this say that it'd be like to have this a look, and it's totally into about a massive tardy massive is net. Like, they sprayed Sota in at and rubbed rum under our noses and those the sound of waves and the ship creek king. And they started yelling like sailors be yelling. And and they made a stand up, and then I was like the jangling of chains. And we had to hold a chain. I mean, we're not just talking try and Pete yourself in the shoes. It was ONA. We're doing this hour. Wow. Okay. This is actually this is legit. And. Yeah. I think there is really interesting to think about actually they were looting to Coletta historic kinda slavery of soap that you're thinking about. So the the kind of beyond the eighteen hundreds time, but actually there are still so many people voted slavery in in the direction of few today will though a minor murky exactly the same. But actually that kind of those experiences of almost like having the blind for about you. People came out with appropriate shaking me and a website for me around to ban that flip but Snead that whole idea of being almost complete darkness being threat like that just kind of the massive experience. But there's no. Still many seventy people on voting slavery in production about fees, and I think. It's one of these things to think actually reporting back to kind of slavery, historically, but this is going on his today, and you like. So if you guys the did, you did you did you think is good evening? Expands to give it a farce. In all honesty. I did not enjoy it. I didn't know enjoy ATO. I thought it was good. I will be reflecting on it probably for many many years. It taught me a lot. But I didn't enjoy single second of it. I'm someone who these guys know loves to being control. But actually that runs quite deep. That was an I think my. My blink of. I do not feel safe. Coming up. And actually, I was thinking about how abrupt it was. It was no it just felt totally invasive, and it was if it doesn't matter what you think about this doesn't matter. What you think about the food journey? This is what we think an you will think this way. And so even though I actually agree with a lot of what they were saying, I am pood-, by the way that. Yeah. That James had people are in slavery for food. And that's awful. I don't like that was no if I didn't. And I was in that journey that would have been even worse. I think so it was it was I came out a little bit. Like, I came out to them. Was that film without him? Gordon? Hey, when he goes into space interstellar, a came out of insys inside about abbey, don't like doc film, and it came into being a hate every second of that bought. I really respect it really really respect it. And I kind of felt the same way coming up the journey. They did a job, Freddie. Enjoy if that makes sense to some degree. I got about by county. Eba cuts. The film you're supposed to hate the in the sense. You're supposed to hate the fact that it was kind of worship and like Jay's same. But it is people that still all in the situation is kind of like what you've we've? Now, the free of us had convict glimpse into. What is like to be my have you'll control taking way to have Joel your knowledge of what's going to happen? That's taken away from you. And you're just stuck in situation for however long it's gonna be for James, how did you find? I mean, it's definitely something from above day poems. I think I'm not gonna solve life from twenty eighth Bill. I have one. Let's jenny. But I think in similar light that learning thing that can of experience I think for me, I'm someone that. Kind of experience stuff really does have a high impact. Like for me is in Hawaii. Then so go on faction afterwards. An all say some of the food was like the food like because you have no idea what you mean say about. About me applying voted some of it was really tasty. Some of it. I was like I think one point night like a whole bay leaf. Is going on. Like, we're not token, so and because I'm blind for my sense, it tastes his high end. And I'm like, I was always gonna head. What I had like some beige read off tonight. Glad that. Okay. They'd give you wish you just to those. Yeah. You finish it else. You're you're. Smudging? That was something that was slimy. Do you remember? Dining turkey. Terry. Wasn't it terrier? I was really relieved by that. Because there's a lot of me in fishing stuff. I throw provide eight there was something slimy. And it went over my hands. And then everything I often that tasted like that thing. And I. You could ask any questions. I feel like I would have been hit by brunch for something. Something if I. If I.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Listening to pat gray on the blaze radio network at gray returns on the blaze radio network triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three you know something we haven't talked to stu about since it happened was the nfl draft re pleased with eagles draft there wasn't much even to right there wasn't much of an eagles draft so was it for they they had they had they had six players however they didn't have like you might remember the philadelphia eagles were the super bowl champions during this year and what happens when you're the super bowl champions which i did not know until this year as you pick thirty second so they had only the last pick in the draft obviously and then they didn't have don't that to somebody to baltimore so they didn't have a second round pick so they wouldn't have picked until late last pick in the third round getting rid of that that first round pick they got tight end pretty athletic small school tight end who looks it looks like there's something there some kind of excited about that and yeah actually went to the draft as well as a keith melania cure give of foles a raise they gave him they they gave him a little bit yeah because he he was under a backup contract and when then won the super bowl so he was he had one more year left it like seven million dollars maybe up to nine or something but he's still it's a nice it's a nice patriot wonder where your next meal is coming from for a while well inlets jeff million dollars wondering right away whereas my next meal coming from the phone that's been fascinating to watch though because the numbers are just so incredible now you're just so unbelievable where you get eighty four million in it's all guaranteed three years one hundred million guaranteed on his five hundred.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on WGTK

"Think you're oppressed and then i continued us and i don't think women are oppressed either they and they couldn't believe that that they were shocked about that as they were about my belief the blacks him out oppressed that's why you have to understand that she's not a black issue it it it or something entirely a black issue be more precise it is a left wing issue the left wing narrative the big lie about america of all the groups that are repressed that is the issue a vast number of girls and women walk around in this society also thinking there repressed as someone who has preoccupied himself with real oppression of human beings i'm sickened by the left second because their moral idiots they they are they are willfully morally stupid by using terms like resistance and oppression and white supremacy when they when they aren't there two cheapen evil that's what the left us it cheapens evil that's one of that smaller that's one of their own forgivable since they have many sins but that's the biggest i think that's the biggest i'm hoping that aim at one of the think about that as the subject the biggest of the left evils a cheapening of evil yes so there were there were pressed my repressed well don't you know about slavery that's really what one of them said and they they were all in agreement in fact they even acknowledged why would like the whole interview put up somewhere and it was done pleasantly as you as i i was conducted their views and dialogues with people i differ in a pleasant manner and they were completely pleasant plan wanna say that as well but there was there was one of them had shed an and he actually uh almost regretted it was obvious but they said well you know the the plaque mindset and in other words if the it was even more than that it it it was an implication that essentially blacks do all think the same on these matters but to their credit but i will say this was a pleasant moments it will what do you think of laxity differ from me who don't think you're repressed as well inlets their opinion and they're not a medical tom they volunteered that that was good that was good i was a healthy moment i'm happy to report to you so that's that was it the the oppression and narrative.

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"wells inlet" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"wells inlet" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Doj i'm at a loss as to how this more investigations has any credibility whatsoever i mean we now know which is if if if we just step back a bit no matter what side of the aisle you're on nobody's going to be able to explain away five months worth of evidence no longer available to even the the uh special council himself bob moeller what am on this well inlet understand from the clinton admitted her booby obama administration that has not unusual the irs will hold keep your computer record we want to find out how lois lerner involvement and discriminating again whoever as a matter of our tax authority discriminating against republicans in favor of democrat suddenly all those mouth disappeared they'd have vanished uh the clinton emails thirty three thousand of them she it destroyed uh he said they were just schedules for her yoga class and so on and yet she somehow an urgent need to smash her hard derives to cover them with bleach hut uh to destroy the evidence and she was not punished for that in fact it was said oh we can't demonstrate intent said james comey though intent is not required under the law but we need them go into that and i say oh we're going to right now is now down to show is that somebody who can help the people out of her quickly you need to show is that uh material uh classified material has been taken from what is originally an authorized government location and has been moved out too a non government authorized location once you do that you committed espionage intent on has nothing to do with it the measure is the act itself are intent maybe can bring about greater uh you know punishment but you're supposed to know in advance because you've been given this job in the security clearance what you were permitted to do enough but not permitted to do and whether you do what you are not permitted to do thoughtlessly or deliberately uw still done it and you've been told in advance 'cause i had to sign was those nondisclosure agreements when i had when i was a um a clearance recipient your told in advance you can be punished whether you meant to do this or not or am i missing a damn thing here mr pro mr plumber oh you're absolutely right and i mean on under hamper rock was again.

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