Top 5 Films For Law Students


the top five films all law students
should watch my name’s Joshua remember to comment below if you want me to cover
a different subject but we’re starting right now
number five in justice this is a true story of a drug addicted lawyer taken
on a health supply corporation while spattering his own demons this is a
story that actually shocked me as we learn an after a nurse was infected with AIDS
by using a contaminated needle there is actually a much safer plastic needle out
there this prevents the reliance on the need to reuse glass needles which of
course if they are not sterlised after each use it runs that risk of passing on
diseases so why are these much safer needles available it’s because a big
health Supply Corporation providing these less safe needles want to keep
their dominance and profits in the market and bully anyone else trying to
come in Chris Evans plays the lawyer trying to put an end to this and it’s a
film well worth watching for any law students number four sleepers it is
more the second half of this film that has the law drama but it’s well worth to
watch if you can stomach the first half we see four boys all friends living in
Hell’s Kitchen New York where a terrible decision leads them to a young offenders
prison where they suffer at the hands of Kevin Bacon now the second half of this
film sees two of the boys on trial for seeking revenge and the prosecutor tasked
were put on them away behind bars is actually their friend who shared the
painful prison experience but instead of doing his lawful duty he instead used
the fourth friend as a go-between to not only get them off the hook with clever
courtroom tactics but also put a spotlight on the abuse at the boys
prison all without crimanting himself for deliberately losing the case number
three The Insider The Insider shows the legal challenges of taken on a big
corporation such as one in a tobacco industry after russell crowe discovered
with the companies not only knew about the dangers of their product but also
the lengths they were taking to avoid the public knowledge to keep their profits
growing we see how the tension of taking on such a big company with millions at
stake boils over and outside of the courtroom
and into the life of russell crows character as he carries the weight
of the world on his shoulders to make a difference this film also benefits from
Al Pacino playing a journalist supporting the reveal of the company’s
ill morals and unethical practices making this a fantastic film to watch not just
for law students but anyone who loves a well acted drama number two the judge
when a brilliant puts shady lawyer with issues with his father finds out his
mother has passed away not only does it bring him back to his father but also
his father’s legal issues after being arrested for a hit-and-run death what
makes it interesting is that his father is a judge with a 40-year long career
and he makes no secret that he doesn’t agree with his son’s questionable uses
of the law despite this his son does his best to aid in his father’s defense
despite his father’s objections with the son being played by Robert Downey
jr. and his father being played by Robert Duvall you’re in not just for a
fantastic legal drama but some fantastic scenes making this a must watch before
going into my final film for law students here are some honorable
mentions suits ok it’s not a film but I still think every law student needs a
series to get them through the year and this is just what you need
we follow mike who knows everything about the law but it didn’t go to law
school this is a result of his amazing memory teamed up with the number one
closer in New York Harvey Specter this series is full of wits cultural
references and it’s just simply cool this series will keep any law student
inspired rules of engagements one of Sam Jackson’s less known films where he is a
fairly remote Marine veteran decorated officer with combat experience but now
he stands trial and held responsible for a rescue mission gone terribly wrong the
social network a film more known for being a biopic of the origins of
Facebook however this film is ultimately controlled by the deposition held by a
lawyers of Facebook and nose who are claiming to have been the original
founders well wherefore watch to see firsthand the complications of corporate
law now on to my top film for law students number one Erin Brockovich Erin
like many is a woman in tough spot who begs herself into her job
at a law firm this is where she stumbles across a medical file placed in real
estate files and decides to investigate and discovers contaminated water in a
local community causing devastating illnesses among its residents and to a
how’re those responsible know and they’re doing their best to cover it all we see
a law drama at its finest as the companies look to bury the case in
paperwork cover the tracks at every turn and avoid taking any responsibility
which a course would be a costly affair I might be a little biased because Julia
Roberts can never do wrong in my eyes but I really do think this is the best
film for any law students especially those looking to get involved to make a
difference I really hope you agreed with my choices but I’d love to hear
what films you think are great for the law students battling their way through
their degree and if you’re interested in films for another degree subject then
comment away and I’ll pick them up finally if you have enjoyed this video
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50 Times Someone BROKE THE LAW in Bikini Bottom! 🚨 SpongeBob SquarePants


I’m breaking in! Well, well, well. What do we have here?
A burglar bunny. What do they do it, O’Malley? I don’t know. It’s probably how
he gets his kicks. You criminals make me sick! I’m no criminal. I live here! I’m just throwing a party.
I got locked out. I swear. What about all the stuff you stole? What do you mean? Like that barrel! It says
“Property of Salty Sea Farms”. Oh, that’s where I rent me pickles from. – Are you renting the barrel too?
– Well… no. – Then you bought it?
– No. – Then isn’t that stealing?
– Well… I, uh… What about this towel from the
Sizzling Spring Sauna? – Umm well, that’s…
– And this Bikini Bell phone. – Well, I…
– And Sandy’s hedge clippers. – Ooh, they’re um…
– And Plankton’s lawnmower. – Well he…
– Even Mrs. Puff’s hair curlers. That one was a gift.
Listen… All that stuff is uh… borrowed. [screaming] [crashing] – Patrick! You just ran three red lights!
– So? You’re supposed to stop. I think the driving genius knows
what he’s doing. We’ll take that sicko off your hands. Cops! Thank goodness you’re here.
Take the sicko away! Actually, we’re referring to you, ma’am. Public nudity is against the
law in this county. He’ll be driving by tomorrow.
Toodle-loo! What have I done? Everyone will
know that I let him slide through school. I’ll have to move to a new city. Start a new boating school
with a new name. No! Not again. If you can’t do the time,
don’t do the crime. Okay, times up. Now get out. But, but we stole a balloon. Yeah, on Free Balloon Day. [laughing] Squidward Q. Tentacles, I’m placing you
under arrest for impersonating a genius. – Alright you two, you’re under arrest.
– What for? – Unlicensed use of a sitar.
– But my grandma gave me this sitar. It didn’t come with a license. Plankton! Uh, I’m ready? Wait a minute.
Was this band just a front, so you could steal the Krabby Patty
secret formula? What? No!
I was in it for the music, man! Hold it right there! Well, well, well. If it ain’t Mrs. Puff. I saw what you did. – I… you did?
– Yeah. Oh please, I didn’t mean to do it!
I swear! It’s too late for swearing, Puff.
The evidence is right here. You littered. – Now come to Krabsy.
– Halt! Patrick Man is on to you! Thief! Stealing is bad! Bad! Fiddle sticks! Reckless drivers.
I loathe reckless drivers. [laughing] Holy sea cow!
That hooligan ran a stop sign! – Stop thief!
– You know that guy? – Hardly, he stole my wallet.
– What? That makes him a dual offender.
Let’s get him. We’ve received hundreds of reports of an
excruciating musical disturbance and you’re the only one holding an
instrument. Wait a minute. I’ve never seen this
instrument before in my life. He’s right officer.
Plankton doesn’t even play clar– There, there laddie. Just let
the legal system run its course. Watch your head. [screaming] Huh, this guy’s not half
bad looking for a maniac. Wait a minute, Patrick. I’m the maniac! [screaming] [sirens] We’ll take that as a confession. Am I really gonna defile this
grave for money? Of course, I am! I haven’t the foggiest idea what you’re
carrying on about, SpongeBob. But I don’t have time for it.
I’ve got my own problems. Johnny Law finally caught up to me
for ditching jury duty. Let this be a lesson to you, son. Never ditch! You can’t fire me! I’m not an
executive at all! I’m just a guy who happens to
like sandwiches. So, go ahead! Send me away forever as a corporate spy if you want to. But not before I’ve had my say! Destruction of private property. Oh, and I see here
you’re a repeat offender. You’re going to real jail. Anything to get out of this game!
Thanks officers! Welcome back. Mr. Krabs has stolen a very important
item from the Oyster. Behold! The Oyster’s pearl! [moaning] One too many Goofy Goobers
again aye, Patrick? [moaning] No sir! I couldn’t eat another! Ow! You’re under arrest! But I’m innocent. No one is innocent! Whoa, things got dark fast. – You sold me!
– No! Bartered is more like it. They keep you, I keep my kneecaps. – Come on, Mack.
– You’re pathetic! Well, you crossed the county line
three miles back. You ma’am, are a parole violator. Let’s book him! Wow, you guys are good. I’m the last person I would’ve suspected, but I was looking for me all the time! It’s the perfect crime! – I don’t think he’ll be laughing boy.
– Why, Sir? Because that patty killed him! [screaming] [screaming] – Mr. Krabs what are we gonna do?
– What’s this ‘we’ stuff? You fed him the tainted patty. Looks like it’s the stony
lonesome for you! – But you told me to give it to him!
– Well you could’ve talked me out of it! You’re right, Mr. Krabs. I’m guilty. I’ll never survive in prison.
They’ll mop up the floor with me! Get a hold of yourself, boy! We gotta get rid of this body
before anyone sees it. We gotta take it out and bury it! Hey you! – You’re under arrest!
– Arrest? For what? I didn’t even steal
anything this time. Vandalism’s a crime too! Well, well, well. If it isn’t the art thief himself.
Drop the spoon. You’re all under arrest until we
figure this out. What do you mean all?
I’m not under arrest. I, I… These are idiots.
They’re causing a ruckus. I, I want sleep. Mr. Krabs did you get those
ingredients from the trash? Of course not!
That wouldn’t be legal. I intercepted these items on their
way to the trash. You don’t deserve this! [giggling] Huh, litter bugs. This is why I joined the force. It’s the police! Pull it over litterbug! Litter bug? No! Ooh, I got me a runner. – Eh, your turn to chip in, boy.
– Sure. Here you go.
Buy yourself something pretty. Hey! This isn’t money! No, it’s even better! This is what
Mr. Krabs pays me with. Mr. Krabs’ wacky bucks! Ooh, it’s all starting
to catch up with me. Your joyride’s over, punk! No! No, no! What are you doing? Help, help! No, no, please! No, I have a snail to feed! I can’t go
to jail now! This is not a good time! No! Please, please!
I’m not a criminal! Stop, thief! [panting] Looks like this case is all wrapped up. [groaning] – Thank you, Mummy.
– Anytime, sweetie. SpongeBob warned me you were
planning a jailbreak. So, I took the precaution of hiding the
entire Bikini Bottom police force in me safe. Come along, Plankton.
It’s back to jail for you. Uh! Hey, watch where you’re
pointing that thing, Buster. Hey, we can trust Patrick.
He’s my best friend. Well, I can’t take any chances. For all
we know, he could be the strangler. I’m the strangler!
No, I should’ve known! I gotta turn myself in! [crashing] So, Patrick’s the strangler. Gee, you think you know a guy. Under penal code 26-1. Quote, “The boating instructor is
responsible… for any minor’s delinquent actions
under that teacher’s care. Unquote. I’m afraid we’re gonna
have to take you in, madam. You missed one! Ooh, Miss Gristlepuss!
I’m sorry we sell Krabby Patties, but do you really have to send us to jail? Of course I do! You are a
nuisance to my community! You tell ‘em, honey!
That’s my girl. This guy’s been ka-ra-taed! After all I said about never
using karate for revenge! For shame Squidward, for shame. Looks like he’s not worthy of
this belt after all. Thanks for dishonoring o
our trust in you, Squidward. Whatever, I’m still a karate master! – Wow, really you are?
– Yes, I am. Hey, watch your head.
I’d never guess that. And what is that supposed to mean? Oh a, nothing. Just with the rubbery
arms and the doughiness in the midsection… Okay, already, I get it! What, wait a second. Am I under arrest? You sure are and you have the
right to remain silent. [screaming] Or not silent. What are you thinking? I don’t know what you two are
doing, but it looks illegal. I have a confession to make! I’ll just hold on to this formula
’til the morning. – Oh but officer, I have more confessions.
– Zip it, kid. I get it, you’re a criminal mastermind. Guilty, yay!

If Bloomberg is Nominee, Do Dems Stay Home?


Let’s go next to our caller from the two six,
seven area code. Who’s calling today from two six seven uh, David? Yes. Hello. Hi, my name is Greg. I’m calling from
bucks County in Pennsylvania. I’m a big fan of your show. Uh, 11, my friend, a lot of
my friends on the left on are Bernie supporters as I am. And uh, but I’m getting very concerned,
uh, about the idea of a Bloomberg candidacy and I’m concerned that it will depress, um,
it will depress votes and that we will end up with Trump. Again. I understand the arguments
that he’s kind of, he’s a version of Trump, but I also lived in New York for most of my
life and I lived through Bloomberg, the Bloomberg, uh, ownership. And I’m interested in what
you have to say, um, to Bernie supporters and people on the left who are getting, um,
disappointed about the idea of a Bloomberg possibility of Bloomberg candidacy and the
idea that they might not vote. They might sit this out and I’d love to hear what you
say. Let’s say about all that. I think it’s D I actually, I posted to my Twitter
page a few days ago, something like a, I’m getting emails from some Democrats saying,
if Bloomberg’s the nominee, they won’t vote. Where are you guys on this? And I got like
6,000 replies from a lot of Democrats saying I won’t vote if it’s Bloomberg. And I totally
understand that. I mean in Bloomberg, um, you have a guy who represents a lot of different
things. You have a guy who represents a possible sort of bailout for the of possible bailout
for the establishment that may be seeing Joe Biden tank and are unclear about Buddha judge
and Amy Klobuchar doesn’t really have support if Bloomberg’s really polling 15 nationally,
maybe he’s the guy to get behind. But then you have a voter turnout question which you’re
bringing up. And the question is, if Bloomberg is the democratic nominee, given that Bloomberg
was a Republican for so long, given that Bloomberg’s politics on a lot of social issues based on
videos that have come out recently seem to not be particularly enlightened and progressive
to put it lightly, what is it going to do to turn out and how will he fare against Donald
Trump? My answer is I don’t know. And the reason
I say that is I get emails about polling that says, Hey, you know what? In face to face
match-ups, Bloomberg does really well against Trump. And then I get other polling that says,
Hey, you know, what if Bloomberg’s the nominee that we’ll keep the largest number of democratic
voters home. So I understand the idea that Bloomberg as the nominee might depress turnout.
There are so many conflicting data points that I just don’t have an answer about that
right now. And all I can really say is if you support the policies of Bernie instead
of Bloomberg, just go out and support Bernie now and then if there’s a different nominee,
evaluate it and make a decision as to what’s best at that point. Yeah, absolutely. I think it’s incredibly
difficult. There’s not even enough information yet tonight it’s going to be a whole different
spin on this. Um, because of the debates and of course the mentioning media, MSNBC in particular
has been, uh, ridiculous. This is, this is in their anti, uh, in their anti Bernie, uh,
screeds. So, uh, yeah, it’s going to be real. And one last question. Uh, if you had to vote
right now and you had to choose between Trump and Bloomberg, how would you vote? Yeah, I, I would vote for Bloomberg over Trump.
And I know there’s a lot of people saying there’s no difference. It’s just a richer
version of Trump with a lot of the same ideas that the reasons why I would vote for Bloomberg
over Trump are number one, the Supreme court choices Bloomberg would make would not be
as bad as the ones Trump would make. Number two, Bloomberg actually has both sort of diplomatic
and, uh, political experience that Trump lacks, which is the source of a lot of Donald Trump’s
missteps. That would be number two. And then number three, although it would be no great
party if Bloomberg were president, Bloomberg would restore some of the respect from world
leaders that we have lost under Trump, although certainly, certainly not all. So for me, I
wouldn’t be cheering about voting for Bloomberg over Trump, but I would definitely vote Bloomberg
over Trump. Yeah. Thank David. I really appreciate your opinion and I’m a great fan of the show. Thanks so much.

Golden Globes 2020: Everything You Need to See From the Big Show | THR News


– You’ll be pleased to
know this is the last time I’m hosting these awards, so. I don’t care anymore. I’m joking, I never did. – Host Ricky Gervais calls
out Hollywood’s top stars, Tom Hanks makes us cry, Fleabag
and Succession went big, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” dominates and “1917” shocks us all. Right now we’re breaking down every moment you need to see from
the 2020 Golden Globes. Host Ricky Gervais kicked off the show by taking Hollywood to task
in his opening monologue, not shying away from
any hot button topics. He even told the winners
not to use their stage time as a political platform because well. – You’re in no position
to lecture the public about anything, you know
nothing about the real world, most of you spent less time
in school than Greta Thunberg. – [Tiffany] No scandal was
off limits for Gervais, including that of Jeffrey Epstein. – I know he’s your
friend, but I don’t care. – [Tiffany] The host also
wasn’t afraid to make jokes at any star’s expense,
including Leonardo DiCaprio. With this reference to his film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. – Leonardo DiCaprio attended the premiere and by the end, his date
was too old for him. (audience laughing) – Tom Hanks summed up our
reaction to the whole thing and became our new favorite meme. On the TV side, the night’s
big winners included Fleabag, which took home the
trophy for Best TV Comedy, as well as Best Actress in a TV Comedy for Phoebe Waller-Bridge. – Personally, I’d like to also thank Obama for putting us on his list. As some of you may know, he’s always been on mine. – [Tiffany] Meanwhile,
Succession won Best TV Drama and Best Actor in a TV
Drama for Brian Cox. And Michelle Williams
who took home the trophy for Best Actress in a Limited Series for Fosse/Verdon gave a
headline-making speech that championed women’s rights. – So women 18 to 118,
when it is time to vote, please do so in your own self-interest. It’s what men have been doing for years. – [Tiffany] As for
movies, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” took home several awards including one of the night’s top honors, Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. The film also won Best
Screenplay for Quentin Tarantino and Best Supporting
Actor in a Motion Picture for Brad Pitt. – I wouldn’t be here without
you, man, I thank you. (audience applauding) Still, I would’ve shared the raft. (audience laughing) – [Tiffany] Plus, Taron
Egerton won Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical
or Comedy for “Rocketman”, and Awkwafina won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical
or Comedy for “The Farewell”. Both first-time nominees and winners. And in the drama movie categories, Joaquin Phoenix took home
Best Actor for “Joker”, while Renee Zellweger won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for “Judy”. And “1917” surprised many
when it took home the awards for Best Director for Sam Mendes and Best Motion Picture – Drama. The ceremony also
recognized Ellen DeGeneres with the Carol Burnett Award and Tom Hanks with the
Cecil B. DeMille Award, where he got emotional during his speech and reminded us all why we love him. – I, a man is. Sorry. A man is blessed, a man is
blessed with a family sitting down the front like that. – For much, much more from
the 2020 Golden Globes and the complete list of
winners, head to THR.com. Until next time, for The
Hollywood Reporter news, I’m Tiffany Taylor. (upbeat music) (whooshing)

Amy Klobuchar: I Am A Fresh New Face In Politics | Morning Joe | MSNBC


>>>I LEARNED WHAT IT WAS LIKE>>>I LEARNED WHAT IT WAS LIKE NOT TO HAVE A PERFECT LIFE. NOT TO HAVE A PERFECT LIFE. WHAT IT’S LIKE NOT TO HAVE YOUR WHAT IT’S LIKE NOT TO HAVE YOUR DAD THERE OR CHRISTMAS MORNING. DAD THERE OR CHRISTMAS MORNING. WHAT I’VE LEARNED FROM THAT, WHAT I’VE LEARNED FROM THAT, NUMBER ONE, RESILIENCE. NUMBER ONE, RESILIENCE. GOT TO PICK YOURSELF UP NO GOT TO PICK YOURSELF UP NO MATTER WHAT, GOOD QUALITY IN A MATTER WHAT, GOOD QUALITY IN A PRESIDENT. PRESIDENT. [ APPLAUSE ] [ APPLAUSE ]>>>ALL RIGHT.>>>ALL RIGHT. WELCOME BACK. WELCOME BACK. COME ON IN. COME ON IN. THIS IS GETTING FUN. THIS IS GETTING FUN. THAT WAS SENATOR AMY KLOBUCHAR THAT WAS SENATOR AMY KLOBUCHAR SPEAKING ABOUT THE POWER OF SPEAKING ABOUT THE POWER OF ADDICTION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, A ADDICTION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, A STATE HIT HARD BY THE OPIOID STATE HIT HARD BY THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC. EPIDEMIC. THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOINS US RIGHT HERE, CANDIDATE JOINS US RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW. RIGHT NOW. ALSO WITH IS, COLUMNIST FOR THE ALSO WITH IS, COLUMNIST FOR THE “WASHINGTON POST,” GREAT TO YOU “WASHINGTON POST,” GREAT TO YOU HAVE BOTH WITH US. HAVE BOTH WITH US. HOW ARE YOU FEELING, AMY? HOW ARE YOU FEELING, AMY?>>EXCELLENT.>>EXCELLENT. EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! [ APPLAUSE ] [ APPLAUSE ] WE — SOMETHING’S HAPPENING WE — SOMETHING’S HAPPENING HERE. HERE.>>YEAH.>>YEAH.>>AND I THINK A LOT OF IT I’VE>>AND I THINK A LOT OF IT I’VE BEEN HERE. BEEN HERE. I THINK 22 TIMES. I THINK 22 TIMES. BUT AFTER THAT DEBATE, SOMETHING BUT AFTER THAT DEBATE, SOMETHING SWITCHED, AND WE HAD DONE A LOT SWITCHED, AND WE HAD DONE A LOT OF HARD WORK TO GET THERE BUT OF HARD WORK TO GET THERE BUT IT’S ALLOWED THE PEOPLE OF NEW IT’S ALLOWED THE PEOPLE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE TO SEE ME IN A HAMPSHIRE TO SEE ME IN A DIFFERENT WAY. DIFFERENT WAY. NOT JUST MY POLICIES BUT WHEN I NOT JUST MY POLICIES BUT WHEN I WAS COMING FROM, FROM MY HEART. WAS COMING FROM, FROM MY HEART.>>ALSO, I’VE COACHED FOOTBALL>>ALSO, I’VE COACHED FOOTBALL AND I COACH, I COACH BASEBALL AND I COACH, I COACH BASEBALL NOW AND SOMETIMES I HAVE TO GO NOW AND SOMETIMES I HAVE TO GO LIKE THIS TO THE KIDS. LIKE THIS TO THE KIDS. BECAUSE THEY’RE LIKE — 11, 12 BECAUSE THEY’RE LIKE — 11, 12 YEARS OLD. YEARS OLD. TALKING — OVER HERE. TALKING — OVER HERE. HEY. HEY. RIGHT HERE. RIGHT HERE. HEY! HEY! YOU’VE BEEN DOING THAT TO US THE YOU’VE BEEN DOING THAT TO US THE WHOLE TIME. WHOLE TIME. LIKE, HEY, OVER HERE. LIKE, HEY, OVER HERE. OVER HERE. OVER HERE.>>HELLO!>>HELLO! YOU GUYS KEEP TALKING ABOUT YOU GUYS KEEP TALKING ABOUT EVERYBODY ELSE NLTSDS. EVERYBODY ELSE NLTSDS.>>AND NOW, YOU GUYS ARE KIND OF>>AND NOW, YOU GUYS ARE KIND OF FOCUSSED. FOCUSSED.>>EXACTLY.>>EXACTLY. THE DAY BEFORE THE PRIMARY. THE DAY BEFORE THE PRIMARY. BUT WHATEVER. BUT WHATEVER.>>WHEN YOU WANT.>>WHEN YOU WANT. AND YOU DON’T WANT IT SIX MONTHS AND YOU DON’T WANT IT SIX MONTHS BEFORE THE PRIMARY. BEFORE THE PRIMARY.>>ANYWAY, WE HAVE, SINCE THE>>ANYWAY, WE HAVE, SINCE THE DEBATE, RAISED OVER $3 MILLION DEBATE, RAISED OVER $3 MILLION FROM REGULAR PEOPLE ONLINE. FROM REGULAR PEOPLE ONLINE.>>THAT’S PRETTY GOOD!>>THAT’S PRETTY GOOD!>>WE HAVE BEEN SURGING IN POLLS>>WE HAVE BEEN SURGING IN POLLS AND RECORD CROWDS AT ALL OF OUR AND RECORD CROWDS AT ALL OF OUR EVENTS INCLUDING PEOPLE WHO WERE EVENTS INCLUDING PEOPLE WHO WERE SUPPORTING OTHER CANDIDATES BUT SUPPORTING OTHER CANDIDATES BUT ALSO PEOPLE WHO ARE ALSO PEOPLE WHO ARE INDEPENDENTS. INDEPENDENTS.>>SO WHY?>>SO WHY? WHAT’S HAPPENING? WHAT’S HAPPENING? WHAT’S HAPPENING? WHAT’S HAPPENING?>>IS IT THE ISSUES?>>IS IT THE ISSUES? IS IT YOU? IS IT YOU?>>I THINK PART WAS I STOOD UP>>I THINK PART WAS I STOOD UP ON THAT STAGE AND I SHOWED HOW I ON THAT STAGE AND I SHOWED HOW I WAS DIFFERENT FROM SOME OF MY WAS DIFFERENT FROM SOME OF MY OPPONENTS. OPPONENTS. MAYBE ONE OF THE MOST DRAMATIC MAYBE ONE OF THE MOST DRAMATIC MOMENTS WAS WHEN GEORGE MOMENTS WAS WHEN GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS ASKED, DOES STEPHANOPOULOS ASKED, DOES ANYONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH A ANYONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH A SOCIALIST LEADING THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST LEADING THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET AND I SAID, BERNIE AND I TICKET AND I SAID, BERNIE AND I ARE FRIENDS, WHICH IS TRUE, WE ARE FRIENDS, WHICH IS TRUE, WE CAME INTO THE SENATE, BUT, YEAH, CAME INTO THE SENATE, BUT, YEAH, I HAVE A PROBLEM, BUT WAS THE I HAVE A PROBLEM, BUT WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO SAID IT ON THE ONLY ONE WHO SAID IT ON THE STAGE. STAGE. AND. AND.>>WOW.>>WOW.>>I THINK THAT LAUNCHED A –>>I THINK THAT LAUNCHED A — THOUGHT PROCESS IN A LOT OF THOUGHT PROCESS IN A LOT OF VOTERS HEADS. VOTERS HEADS. WERE LIKE, HMM. WERE LIKE, HMM. LET ME LOOK AT HER. LET ME LOOK AT HER. SO I THEN WAS ABLE TO TALK ABOUT SO I THEN WAS ABLE TO TALK ABOUT MY DIFFERENT VIEWS AND ONE OF MY DIFFERENT VIEWS AND ONE OF THE PRACTICAL THINGS WHERE I’M THE PRACTICAL THINGS WHERE I’M REALLY DIFFERENT HERE IN NEW REALLY DIFFERENT HERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE IS JUST MY PLAN FOR HAMPSHIRE IS JUST MY PLAN FOR EDUCATION. EDUCATION. A BIG DEAL IN THIS STATE, WHICH A BIG DEAL IN THIS STATE, WHICH IS TO REALLY CONNECT WHAT’S IS TO REALLY CONNECT WHAT’S GOING ON WITH OUR ECONOMY WITH GOING ON WITH OUR ECONOMY WITH WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM. EDUCATION SYSTEM. WE’RE GOING TO HAVE OVER 1 WE’RE GOING TO HAVE OVER 1 MILLION OPENINGS FOR HOME HEALTH MILLION OPENINGS FOR HOME HEALTH CARE WORKERS AND 100,000 FOR CARE WORKERS AND 100,000 FOR NURSING ASSISTANTS. NURSING ASSISTANTS. OVER 70,000 OPENINGS FOR OVER 70,000 OPENINGS FOR ELECTRICIANS. ELECTRICIANS. NOT A SHORTAGE OF SPORTS NOT A SHORTAGE OF SPORTS MARKETING DEGREES. MARKETING DEGREES. SOMEONE HAS ONE OUT THERE. SOMEONE HAS ONE OUT THERE. WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A SHORTAGE WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A SHORTAGE OF PLUMBERS. OF PLUMBERS. IT’S LOOKING AT FUNDING K-12. IT’S LOOKING AT FUNDING K-12. FOCUSING ON THE ONE AND TWO-YEAR FOCUSING ON THE ONE AND TWO-YEAR DEGREES AND IT’S BETTER FOR OUR DEGREES AND IT’S BETTER FOR OUR ECONOMY AND DOUBLING PROGRAMS. ECONOMY AND DOUBLING PROGRAMS.>>SPORTS MARKETING DEGREES?>>SPORTS MARKETING DEGREES?>>WHAT?>>WHAT? IS THAT WHAT YOU HAVE? IS THAT WHAT YOU HAVE?>>I WISH!>>I WISH! I WAS — I WAS BORN TOO EARLY, I WAS — I WAS BORN TOO EARLY, APPARENTLY. APPARENTLY. MY GOD. MY GOD.>>WILLIE HAS ONE.>>WILLIE HAS ONE.>>I KNOW.>>I KNOW. I WISH I DID. I WISH I DID. WISH I DID. WISH I DID. WORK FOR THE NEW YORK YANKEES, WORK FOR THE NEW YORK YANKEES, FRONT OFFICE. FRONT OFFICE. [ APPLAUSE ] [ APPLAUSE ]>>AH, THAT WAS — OH!>>AH, THAT WAS — OH! LOOK AT THAT. LOOK AT THAT.>>BOO!>>BOO!>>I KNEW THAT WOULD GO OVER>>I KNEW THAT WOULD GO OVER WELL IN THIS ROOM. WELL IN THIS ROOM. I’M NOT POLLING WELL IN NEW I’M NOT POLLING WELL IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. HAMPSHIRE.>>AND A POLITICIAN, THE DAY>>AND A POLITICIAN, THE DAY BEFORE THE NEW HAMPSHIRE BEFORE THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY. PRIMARY. YOU DON’T DO THAT. YOU DON’T DO THAT.>>AND TALKED A LOT ABOUT YOUR>>AND TALKED A LOT ABOUT YOUR CONTRAST WITH BERNIE SANDERS. CONTRAST WITH BERNIE SANDERS.>>YES.>>YES.>>UP IN A LATEST POLL IN THIRD>>UP IN A LATEST POLL IN THIRD PLACE NOW NIPPING AT HEELS SOON PLACE NOW NIPPING AT HEELS SOON OF MAYOR PETE BUTTIGIEG. OF MAYOR PETE BUTTIGIEG. HOW DO YOU CONTRAST YOURSELF HOW DO YOU CONTRAST YOURSELF WITH MAYOR BUTTIGIEG? WITH MAYOR BUTTIGIEG? IN OTHER WORDS, IN A SIMILAR IN OTHER WORDS, IN A SIMILAR LANE NOT FOR MED CUELLARICARE FO LANE NOT FOR MED CUELLARICARE FO AN OPTION, WON’T TAKE AWAY YOUR AN OPTION, WON’T TAKE AWAY YOUR PRIVATE INSURANCE. PRIVATE INSURANCE. WHAT’S THE DISHESFFERENCE BETWEE WHAT’S THE DISHESFFERENCE BETWEE YOU AND PETE BUTTIGIEG ON YOU AND PETE BUTTIGIEG ON POLICY? POLICY?>>MY AGE, 59, THE NEW AGE,>>MY AGE, 59, THE NEW AGE, THERE YOU GO. THERE YOU GO.>>AND I’M 32.>>AND I’M 32.>>IN THIS FIELD, THIS IS NEW.>>IN THIS FIELD, THIS IS NEW. SECOND THING, ACTUALLY GOTTEN SECOND THING, ACTUALLY GOTTEN THINGS DONE THROUGH THE GRIDLOCK THINGS DONE THROUGH THE GRIDLOCK OF WASHINGTON. OF WASHINGTON. PASSED OVER 100 BILLS AS A LEAD PASSED OVER 100 BILLS AS A LEAD DEMOCRAT. DEMOCRAT. YOU LOOK AT AN OPPONENT FOR YOU LOOK AT AN OPPONENT FOR DONALD TRUMP I’D SAY THAT IS A DONALD TRUMP I’D SAY THAT IS A NICE MATCHUP, BECAUSE HE TALKS NICE MATCHUP, BECAUSE HE TALKS AND BLUSTERS A LOT, BUT HASN’T AND BLUSTERS A LOT, BUT HASN’T HELPED PEOPLE WITH THINGS LIKE HELPED PEOPLE WITH THINGS LIKE RISING PHARMACEUTICAL PRICES OR RISING PHARMACEUTICAL PRICES OR RAIL TO MANCHESTER, LITERALLY RAIL TO MANCHESTER, LITERALLY RIGHT NOW YOU CAN GET BETTER RIGHT NOW YOU CAN GET BETTER CELL SERVICE IN ICELAND WITH ALL CELL SERVICE IN ICELAND WITH ALL OF ITS VOLCANOES AND THAT YOU OF ITS VOLCANOES AND THAT YOU CAN IN FRANKONIA NOTCH, NEW CAN IN FRANKONIA NOTCH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. HAMPSHIRE. ONE THING THAT UNIFIES US WE ONE THING THAT UNIFIES US WE WANT TO WIN AND WIN BIG AND I’VE WANT TO WIN AND WIN BIG AND I’VE WON IN RURAL AREASISH SUBURBAN WON IN RURAL AREASISH SUBURBAN DISTRICTS EVERY SINGLE TIME DISTRICTS EVERY SINGLE TIME INCLUDING MICHELE BACHMANN’S INCLUDING MICHELE BACHMANN’S DISTRICT, OKAY. DISTRICT, OKAY. THERE YOU GO. THERE YOU GO.>>YOON2,000 VOTES SEPARATED HIL>>YOON2,000 VOTES SEPARATED HIL CLINTON/DONALD TRUMP. CLINTON/DONALD TRUMP. SHE WON THE STATE, BUT BARELY. SHE WON THE STATE, BUT BARELY. THEY WANT A CANDIDATE THAT CAN THEY WANT A CANDIDATE THAT CAN ACTUALLY BRING PEOPLE WITH HER. ACTUALLY BRING PEOPLE WITH HER.>>DO YOU AGREE WITH VICE>>DO YOU AGREE WITH VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT PRESIDENT BIDEN’S CONCERN, PUT PRESIDENT BIDEN’S CONCERN, PUT UP AN AD, A MAYOR ISN’T READY TO UP AN AD, A MAYOR ISN’T READY TO BE COMMANDER IN CHIEF? BE COMMANDER IN CHIEF?>>VERY MUCH I RESPECT MAYOR>>VERY MUCH I RESPECT MAYOR PETE’S EXPERIENCE IN THE PETE’S EXPERIENCE IN THE MILITARY AND RESPECT A LOT OF MILITARY AND RESPECT A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT HAVE EXPERIENCE IN PEOPLE THAT HAVE EXPERIENCE IN SMALL TOWNS. SMALL TOWNS. I’VE GOT A LOT OF SMALL TOWNS. I’VE GOT A LOT OF SMALL TOWNS. NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS A LOT OF SMALL NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS A LOT OF SMALL TOWNS. TOWNS. I THINK THE ADDED EXPERIENCE. I THINK THE ADDED EXPERIENCE. I WAS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AS I WAS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AS WELL FOR EIGHT YEARS. WELL FOR EIGHT YEARS. AND I THINK THE, AS AN ELECTED AND I THINK THE, AS AN ELECTED OFFICIAL, BUT I THINK THE ADDED OFFICIAL, BUT I THINK THE ADDED EXPERIENCE I HAVE IS 12 YEARS AS EXPERIENCE I HAVE IS 12 YEARS AS A U.S. SENATOR. A U.S. SENATOR. IT IS ACTUALLY PASSING BILLS AND IT IS ACTUALLY PASSING BILLS AND KNOWING HOW TO WORK ACROSS THE KNOWING HOW TO WORK ACROSS THE AISLE. AISLE.>>BUT IS A MAYOR OF A>>BUT IS A MAYOR OF A 100,000-PERSON TOWN READY TO BE 100,000-PERSON TOWN READY TO BE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES? PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES?>>I HAVE ALWAYS SAID THAT>>I HAVE ALWAYS SAID THAT EVERYONE ON THAT DEBATE STAGE EVERYONE ON THAT DEBATE STAGE WOULD BE A BETTER PRESIDENT THAN WOULD BE A BETTER PRESIDENT THAN PRESIDENT TRUMP. PRESIDENT TRUMP. [ APPLAUSE ] [ APPLAUSE ] I BELIEVE THAT — ANY ONE — I I BELIEVE THAT — ANY ONE — I THINK THAT — THAT MY EXPERIENCE THINK THAT — THAT MY EXPERIENCE IS VERY, VERY IMPORTANT HERE, IS VERY, VERY IMPORTANT HERE, AND IT’S ALSO THE EXPERIENCE OF AND IT’S ALSO THE EXPERIENCE OF GETTING THE RESPECT FROM PEOPLE GETTING THE RESPECT FROM PEOPLE ACROSS THE AISLE. ACROSS THE AISLE. LOOK AT THE ENDORSEMENT I’VE LOOK AT THE ENDORSEMENT I’VE GOTTEN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. GOTTEN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. EVERY SINGLE NEWSPAPER. EVERY SINGLE NEWSPAPER. UNION LEADER. UNION LEADER. KEEN SENTINEL AND NOT TO MENTION

Boris Johnson says his new cabinet is ‘here to deliver’


Good morning everybody.
Good morning everybody. It’s great to see you all here
and congratulations to you all on achieving that, or indeed retaining,
the great offices of state that you hold. That is no mean feat
and it’s great to see everybody here. We’re here to deliver for the people
of this country, who elected us to serve them, the people’s government
that has to get on with delivering the people’s priorities and in the next few
years we must get on with our basic work. You know what it is. We are going to cut crime, we are going to
tackle homelessness, we’re going to tackle waiting lists
in our NHS. And how many hospitals are we
going to build? – 40
40 new hospitals. How many more police officers
are we recruiting? – 20,000
20,000, that’s right. How many nurses – more nurses –
are we recruiting? – 50,000
50,000 exactly. How many more buses?
[Laughter] 4,000. Now is the time really to put the pedal
to the metal, if you see what I mean. And in a low carbon way.
[Laughter] If you can put the pedal to the metal in a
non-combustion internal combustion vehicle, we’ve got to put the pedal to the metal.

Trump Uncontrollably Tweets Conspiracies & Trash


Donald Trump had what we call an upper mourning.
There’s upper Trump and downer. Trump upper Trump is the Trump that tweets uncontrollably
and Trump this morning, tweeting again and again and again and again. Everything from
conspiracy theories to disinflation to wild attacks on people. And I want to remind you
that this is not normal and we have to balance at the David Pakman show. I think everybody
has a responsibility to balance. On the one hand, we don’t want to publicize what Trump
says on Twitter as reasonable presidential speech, but we also can’t ignore that while
other world leaders and past American presidents have focused on doing their jobs, we now have
a president whose feed is indistinguishable from a sort of weird blend of Alex Jones conspiracy
theorist and Breitbart right wing propagandists. So let’s check it out first talking about
once again the Roger Stone trial and the judge Amy Berman, Jackson quoting from of course
Fox and friends this morning saying quote, judge Jackson now has a request for a new
trial based on the unambiguous and self outed bias of the foreperson of the jury who’s also
a lawyer by the way. Um, who’s as opposed to who apostrophe S.
Madam foreperson, you’re a lawyer. Why are you are as opposed to you apostrophe Ari,
you have a duty, an affirmative obligation to reveal to us when we selected you, the
existence of these tweets in which you were so harshly negative about the president and
the people who support him. Don’t you think we wanted to know that before we put you on
this jury? Pretty obvious he should get a new trial. I think almost any judge in the
country would order a new trial. I’m not so sure about judge Jackson. I don’t know. Then
Trump going into a three tweet spell including an all caps tweet about Robert Mueller saying,
quote, these were molar prosecutors and the whole Mueller investigation was illegally
set up based on a phony and now fully discredited fake dossier capitalizingF andD lying and
forging documents to the Pfizer court and many other things. Now, none of these things are true. None of
these things are true. Trump going on to say everything having to do with this fraudulent
investigation is badly tainted and in my opinion, should be thrown out. Even molar statement
to Congress that he did not see me to become the FBI FBI director again has been proven
false. The whole deal was a total scam. If I wasn’t president, I’d be suing everyone
all over the place and then all caps, but maybe I still will. Witch hunt. Then briefly
drip a sort of dipping into the crooked DNC stuff, which is actually smart to get some
crossover interest from Bernie supporters. Tweeting the crooked DNC is working over time
to take the Democrat nomination away from Bernie again, watch what happens to the super
delegates and round to a rigged convention. Trump may be not wrong about that one. Then going into another three tweets screed
about the U S being difficult to deal with saying quote, the United States cannot and
will not become such a difficult place to deal with in terms of foreign countries buying
our product, including for the always used national security excuse that our companies
will be forced to leave in order to remain competitive. We want to sell. I have seen
some of the regulations being circulated including those being contemplated by Congress and they
are ridiculous. I want to make it easy to do business with the U S not difficult. Everyone
in my administration is being so instructed with no excuses. The United States is open
for business. This is not normal, but you’ve got to hand it to them. It’s a, there’s something
for everybody. Sort of a few hours of craziness on Twitter. If you are most concerned with
the DNC trying to deny Bernie the nomination, Trump is tweeting something for you. If you are one of the folks that was bamboozled
by Trump knowing about trade and how he would deal with the economy. You have a three tree,
three tweets screed. That’s hard to say that three times fast, uh, three tweets screed,
uh, about the economy and about the U S as a place for business and trade and so on and
so forth. If you are still in the Trump is the most persecuted victim, read a little
up, all that stuff. Then you’ve got Trump going after Mueller about a witch hunt and
lie Pfizer, this, that, the other thing. There’s something for everybody here and you’ve got
to zoom out and realize it’s just not normal for a president to be doing any of this stuff
regardless of what the content here is and it may rocket him towards reelection. That’s
the saddest part of the entire thing. Make sure you’re following your David Pakman
show on Instagram. For more on this and other stories from today’s show at David Pakman show on Instagram, the
David Pakman [email protected]

Honest Government Ad | After the fires


Hello I’m from the Australien Government Welcome to the Anthropocene FIRES FLOODS BULLSHIT We know this summer’s devastating fires
have been hard for you But they’ve been hard for us too We’ve been forced to accept the science kind of Sure it took the country being reduced to
an ashen tomb for people, homes, trees and over one billion animals But hey better late than never right? Due to this catastrophe, we’ve decided it’s
time to take action Introducing, our new and updated climate policy Get Fucken Used To It Under Get Fuck’n Used To It, we pledge to
finally acknowledge climate change is real and commit to doing jack shit about it We’ll be using words like “Resilience”
and “Adaptation”, and what this all means is Get Fuck’n Used To It Choking on smoke? Kids in gasmasks? Dead firies Dead animals Dead homes Dead reefs and a dead tourism industry? No problem. Try… Get Fuck’n Used To It It’s all part of the new and exciting stage
of our abusive relationship with you where, rather than ceasing our shitfuckery,
we tell you your only choice is to adapt to it And that kids, is how you gaslight a nation Speaking of gas, we haven’t even waited
for the fires to end to spend shittons of your money for more gas we don’t need but which will help ensure the next fire season
is even worse So, as things start to fall apart – and let’s
be clear, this summer was just a taster… you might want to start organising your own communities Coz you’re on your own, dickheads We’ll be in Hawai’i, sending thoughts
and prayers What’s that, you thought our job is to keep
you safe? Awww sweetheart Our real job is to keep them safe from you That’s why as we just saw, your big-sack-of-shit-in-chief
will take the heat for them during climate disasters And it’s why, if terrorists had caused a
fraction of the damage these fires did we would go to war But since it was mainly caused by our donors we’ll go and reward them with approvals to build this tumour drill for oil in the Bight and launch the most polluting project ever
built in Australia Relaaax We only contribute 1.3 percent of global emissions Well, 4 percent if you count our exports,
which makes us the 5th biggest emitter And per capita that makes us approximately… the fucking worst But why let facts get in the way of a solid
bullshit excuse? Well… because the last thing we want you
to realise is that, far from being insignificant Australia’s the best placed nation to lead
on climate action we have the wealth and knowledge and we’re basically the world capital of
sun porn Unfortunately, it’s also governed by us:
the most corrupt gaggle of egregious shitlords led by a man steeped in a delusional apocalyptic cult whose idea of leadership is to force people
who’ve lost everything to shake hands before telling them to… Get Fuck’n Used To It Join us next week for more on how we’ll
keep sinking your money into bullshit grants and tourism ads rather than properly funding fire services
and clean energy Australien Government
So where the bloody hell are you? No seriously we can’t see you through all the smoke Authorised by the Department for Thoughts And Prayers

Varney: Bloomberg violated first rule of politics


ALL RIGHT.
EVERYONE, NOW THIS. EVERYONE, NOW THIS.
>>>FIRST RULE OF POLITICS,>>>FIRST RULE OF POLITICS,
DON’T INSULT LARGE CHUNKS OF THE DON’T INSULT LARGE CHUNKS OF THE
ELECTORATE. ELECTORATE.
DO NOT TALK DOWN TO VOTERS. DO NOT TALK DOWN TO VOTERS.
HILLARY CLINTON LEARNED THAT HILLARY CLINTON LEARNED THAT
LESSON THE HARD WAY. LESSON THE HARD WAY.
REMEMBER THE DEPLORABLES SPEECH? REMEMBER THE DEPLORABLES SPEECH?
MIKE BLOOMBERG IS ABOUT TO LEARN MIKE BLOOMBERG IS ABOUT TO LEARN
THE SAME LESSON. THE SAME LESSON.
IN 2016 HE SAID, FARMING AND IN 2016 HE SAID, FARMING AND
FACTORY WORK DO NOT REQUIRE MUCH FACTORY WORK DO NOT REQUIRE MUCH
GUY MATTER. GUY MATTER.
CLASSIC ELITISM. CLASSIC ELITISM.
HE SAID HE COULD TEACH ANYONE TO HE SAID HE COULD TEACH ANYONE TO
BE A FARMER. BE A FARMER.
QUOTE, YOU DIG A HOLE, YOU PUT QUOTE, YOU DIG A HOLE, YOU PUT
SEED IN, YOU PUT DIRT ON TOP, SEED IN, YOU PUT DIRT ON TOP,
ADD WATER, UP COMES THE CORN. ADD WATER, UP COMES THE CORN.
I WOULD SAY THAT IS RATHER I WOULD SAY THAT IS RATHER
DISMISSIVE, AND THEN SOME. DISMISSIVE, AND THEN SOME.
IN 2011, HE IS ON TAPE SAYING IN 2011, HE IS ON TAPE SAYING
BLACK AND LATINO MALES, DON’T, BLACK AND LATINO MALES, DON’T,
QUOTE, KNOW HOW TO BEHAVE IN THE QUOTE, KNOW HOW TO BEHAVE IN THE
WORKPLACE. WORKPLACE.
THAT IS NOT GOING DOWN WELL WITH THAT IS NOT GOING DOWN WELL WITH
A KEY PART OF THE DEMOCRAT BASE A KEY PART OF THE DEMOCRAT BASE
NOW, IS IT? NOW, IS IT?
HE SAID ALL OF THAT BEFORE HE HE SAID ALL OF THAT BEFORE HE
WAS RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT. WAS RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT.
BUT IN POLITICS THESE DAYS, BUT IN POLITICS THESE DAYS,
EVERYTHING YOU HAVE EVER SAID EVERYTHING YOU HAVE EVER SAID
CAN BE AND WILL BE DUG UP AND CAN BE AND WILL BE DUG UP AND
USED AGAINST YOU. USED AGAINST YOU.
NOW BLOOMBERG IS 77. NOW BLOOMBERG IS 77.
HE HAS BEEN IN PUBLIC LIFE FOR A HE HAS BEEN IN PUBLIC LIFE FOR A
GENERATION. GENERATION.
THAT IS A LOT TO GO AT. THAT IS A LOT TO GO AT.
HIS COMMENTS WILL AFFECT THE HIS COMMENTS WILL AFFECT THE
ELECTION. ELECTION.
FIRST HE WILL FURTHER SPLIT THE FIRST HE WILL FURTHER SPLIT THE
DEMOCRATS. DEMOCRATS.
THERE IS NO WAY THE SOCIALISTS THERE IS NO WAY THE SOCIALISTS
WILL IGNORE HIS DISMISSAL OF WILL IGNORE HIS DISMISSAL OF
WHAT BERNIE SANDERS CALLS THE WHAT BERNIE SANDERS CALLS THE
WORKING CLASS. WORKING CLASS.
IF BLOOMBERG WINS THE NOMINATION IF BLOOMBERG WINS THE NOMINATION
IT IS HARD TO SEE HIM HEALING IT IS HARD TO SEE HIM HEALING
THE DIVISION HE MADE WORSE. THE DIVISION HE MADE WORSE.
THE 60 BILLION-DOLLAR MAN TRIES THE 60 BILLION-DOLLAR MAN TRIES
TO BUY THE NOMINATION WHILE TO BUY THE NOMINATION WHILE
LOOKING DOWN ON BLUE COLLARS? LOOKING DOWN ON BLUE COLLARS?
THE COASTAL ELITES ARE RUNNING THE COASTAL ELITES ARE RUNNING
AWAY WITH THE PARTY BUT WHO IS AWAY WITH THE PARTY BUT WHO IS
FOLLOWING THEM? FOLLOWING THEM?
AND THIRD, BLOOMBERG IS AND THIRD, BLOOMBERG IS
SOLIDIFYING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S SOLIDIFYING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S
BASE. BASE.
IT IS A GIFT. IT IS A GIFT.
DON’T LOOK DOWN ON TRUMP PEOPLE. DON’T LOOK DOWN ON TRUMP PEOPLE.
THEY REALLY DON’T LIKE IT. THEY REALLY DON’T LIKE IT.
THE NEWS OWN BLOOMBERG TODAY IS THE NEWS OWN BLOOMBERG TODAY IS
THAT HE IS GOING TO BE IN THE THAT HE IS GOING TO BE IN THE
LAS VEGAS DEBATE TOMORROW. LAS VEGAS DEBATE TOMORROW.
THERE YOU HAVE IT. THERE YOU HAVE IT.
THE DEBATE STAGE WILL SHOW THE THE DEBATE STAGE WILL SHOW THE
DEMOCRAT SPLIT, SHOWING THE DEMOCRAT SPLIT, SHOWING THE
60 BILLION-DOLLAR MAN BUYING THE 60 BILLION-DOLLAR MAN BUYING THE
NOMINATION AND THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION AND THE DEMOCRATIC
ESTABLISHMENT WRINGING ITS HANDS

How To Speak Polite And Diplomatic English? 10 English Phrases That Sound Rude! Learn Polite English


Hi everyone, my name is Hridhaan, I welcome
you today on this very interesting lesson on Let’s Talk. In today’s lesson we are going
to talk about certain ways in which you can tailor the way you speak in English, you can
change the way you speak in English and sound more polite and diplomatic so that you can
get, you can communicate the message and also get your work done. So what are we waiting
for, let’s stop thinking and start working… The first sentence that we have on the board
is, “that’s a bad idea”. Now if you say the sentence straight ‘that’s a bad idea’,
it sounds a little rude, because it is abrupt and it is quite straightforward. Now in today’s
class we are not talking about straight forward, it is a better idea we are not debating on
that, we are talking about how to be polite, now how can we say this sentence that’s a
bad idea in a polite language, well let’s have a look at it, instead of directly saying
that’s a bad idea, it is a good idea to tell the person that I am not saying that it is
a bad idea, I’m just saying that you can think about it in a better way, so that you can
come up with a better idea basically. So saying directly ‘that’s a bad idea’ would not
be right, and saying I think it can be said in a better off way is something that you
can go ahead with. And now let’s have a look at the second one in the list of impolite
phrases, “come here”. Come here is more like an imperative in English language, ‘imperative’
means it’s like an order, if I say come here to my friend it sounds quite rude, for example,
“come here Rahul”, it’s quite rude how can we say this politely and most importantly
how can we make a better sense out of this phrase? I have added two magical words to
the rephrased version of this phrase. I have added ‘could’ and I have added ‘please’.
‘Could’ and ‘please’. Does do incredible magic in the way you speak English ‘could’
is basically used for requests in English and ‘please’ is a very, very polite word
in English that we should use all the time whenever we want to sound sweet, polite and
most importantly respectful, so ‘come here’ can as well change to ‘could you be here
please?’. The next one in the list of impolite phrases is, “I hate this colour” hate
is a very, very strong word in English language and we should try to do away with this word
as much as possible. There are a lot of other alternatives that you can use in place of
this word and we can say this like this, ‘I am not sure about this colour’… now the
moment you say, ‘I am not sure’ you’re communicating to the person that simply you
do not like this colour. The moment you say this the person easily understands that you
basically are trying to politely disagree and thus, it is a better idea to not use the
word ‘I hate’ but use ‘I am not sure’ in replacement of that’ I’m not sure about
this colour’. You can also say ‘I dislike this colour’ but again ‘dislike’ turns
a little negative and straight forward, so it is always a good idea to say, ‘I’m not
sure about this colour’. The next one is, “leave me alone”. ‘Leave me alone’
is more like again an imperative like ‘come here’ how can we say this politely? Using
this… ‘Leave me alone’ can as well be said in a very polite way, “I would like
to be with myself”. ‘Would’, ‘could’ these are words that people generally use
and we must always use whenever we want to communicate a polite message, because they
all come in the family of polite words and thus whenever you want to say, ‘leave me
alone’, it’s a better idea that you use, ‘would’ and communicate, “I would like
to be with myself for some time please”. So if you are let’s say, not happy with something
and you want to be just with yourself, it’s a good idea to use this phrase, the next one
in the list of how to be polite is, “this is bad”. Imagine, you go to a store and
you’re talking to the shop assistant, the executive in the shop and you say, “No,
this is bad, this t-shirt is not good, show me a different one…” It is a very rude
language. People do not realize it and that is why they translate these messages when
they communicate, the same messages, same intonation when they speak at the workplace
as well and so it is a good idea do not speak like that, the better thing is, ‘this is
bad’, ‘this is bad’… “this can be better” or “this could have been better”,
‘could have been better…’ So instead of saying directly ‘this is bad’, it’s
a good idea to say ‘this can be better’ or ‘this could have been better’. “No”,
immediately saying ‘no’, for example I say, ‘would you like to have some water?’
and I say, ‘no.’ how can we correct and rectify this phrase? By just saying, ‘thank
you’ again is one very interesting and sweet phrase that you can add in your vocabulary
to make it sound polite and very, very sweet. So instead of saying ‘no’ for example,
I don’t want to do this, ‘would you like to have some water?’ The person says, ‘no’,
instead of saying that, you can say “no, thank you.” You’re basically saying that,
I am fine without it thank you very much. The next one in the list is, “call me”,
same imperative. You’re just, you’re speaking as if you’re ordering something. The moment
you say, “please contact me” everything changes. Now let’s look at ‘contact me’
as well, if you say ‘contact me’ again very rude. The moment you say, ‘please contact
me’ the language becomes really professional, sweet and polite. So do use that. “You are
not confident”, imagine you’re giving feedback, you’re a teacher or let’s say you’re a parent
who’s giving feedback to your child, would you say, “you’re not confident”, the very
intonation and the very sense of the word ‘not’ is not positive, it’s negative.
How can we say the sentence in a positive manner but still convey the same meaning?
Using this… ‘You are not confident’ can as well be said as, “you can try to
be more confident”, one more time, ‘you can try to be more confident’, do you know
what is the magic? The magic is do not use ‘not’ in your sentence ever, just say
the same message in a positive way, as if you’re giving a constructive sort, form or
feedback to the person that you’re trying to communicate to. So remove ‘not’ and
add a positive constructive feedback to your message. Next one, “can I take your pen?”
You’re asking somebody, ‘can I take your pen?’ What is wrong in that everybody asks
us…? But the very connotation and meaning of the word ‘can’ is capability. Imagine
if the pen is here and it is somebody else’s pen and I say, “can I take the pen” it
is my capability, ability I can definitely do that, I can do that, I have a hand and
I can do the motion and take the pen, so what is wrong in that? It is not a request, it
is an ability, it is my ability and of course I can do that because I’ve got a hand and
I can move it, so instead of saying this, you could say, “could I take your pen?”
‘Could I take your pen’ and again ‘take’ is a word that can as well be replaced by
another word and that is ‘borrow’. ‘Take’, has the sense that you’re taking it forever,
but you’re not doing that, ‘borrow’ is something that you’re taking for a short period
of time. So you can say ‘borrow’. “Could I borrow your pen?” The second one in the
list is, “tell me when you are free”, what is wrong with, tell me when you’re free?
It is again quite similar to ‘call me’, ‘tell me when you’re free’, imperative,
order… how can we correct that? “Please do let me know as you are available”, one
more time, ‘please do let me know as you are available’. Look at the way I have changed,
‘tell me’, ‘tell me’ has been replaced with ‘please do let me know’, ‘when
you are free’ has been changed with ‘as you get the time’ or ‘as you are available’.
So please try using it in the same sense. And the last one in the list is, “I want
water” imagine you come to your own home and you say, “I want water” and if you
speak in English to your sibling or to your parents, what is wrong with, ‘I want water’,
it is again quite more like an order, ‘I want water’, how can this be corrected?
We can say, “can I have some water?” If you are at your home, this is polite, but
if you are at somebody else’s home you can say, “could I have some water?” one more
time, please repeat after me, “could I have some water?” and if you want to add ‘please’
to it, you can in a very formal setting. So there are certain words again that I’d like
to highlight, ‘would’, ‘could’, ‘thank you’, ‘please’… these words add a
lot of value when you speak in English, when you try to be polite and sweet and at the
same time diplomatic. So whenever you’re speaking in the future about any of this, about any
of the ideas that we have spoken about today, please use the ones in black towards your
right hand side. Have a great day ahead, thank you for watching my video and if you liked
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