The guys come back together to rant about the media not having the guts to ask the hard questions and why are they still fearful of their jobs at the Whitehouse? We jump into the amazing pursuit by women to gain political office to make the changes instead of waiting for Change.
Prosecutor Hwang Si-mok who, as a child, lost the ability to feel empathy joins a police lieutenant to try to uncover the true identity of a serial killer. While looking into the case, he must fight rampant corruption within the police department that continuously undermines the investigation. Si-mok vows to find the perpetrator within two months, but rumors about his violent nature pop up and lead to questions about his ability to lead the case. He eventually sets out to meet the person who he believes is the real murderer.
We took a few weeks off but get back into the issues just in time to run into topics such as pardons, entertainers going the Hell off, immigration and back to the NFL BS. The team jumps right in and give out their unrehearsed, unsolicited candid opinions.
As we roll in to a slow week (relatively speaking) Looking at the foreign policy around the world, our administration has not done anything to engage the world and stabilize the threats in Korea,, Syria, Afghanistan, China, Russia, Israel and our Allies. A quick talk about the Cohen investigation and what the future will look like under Pence or Trump getting away and running again.
Part two of with our special guest Justin Fontenot. We jump right into the current day issues with cyber security. We get the direct advise from a Cyber security professional that gives us insight on what companies are doing as well as our misconception of what the government is doing with cyber security currently.
We took the time the other night and watched the rebooted series "Lost in Space". Netflix rebooted this series and made it into something totally new (with a little references from the old 1965 series). Family dynamics, Girl power in lead roles and an interesting concept to possibly a very interesting series
It's 30 years in the future and the family has been chosen to start a new life in a space colony. On the way to what they believe will be a better world, the Robinsons' ship is abruptly thrown off course and they are thrown into a dangerous alien environment. Stranded with the Robinsons are unsettlingly charismatic Dr. Smith and inadvertently charming Don West, two outsiders who are thrown together by circumstance and a mutual knack for deception
Chaz and I welcome our special guest and Millennial Justin Fontenot. A cyber security manager that came from humble beginnings to overcome those obstacles and began achieving his goals with a well structured plan to be successful. Alicia joins us to add color and her perspective to the IT issues occurring now. An amazing story that will inspire many
The Team talks about this years White house correspondence dinner. Michelle Wolf kills and everyone is up in arms about her comments. Especially the comments about Sarah Huckerbee Sanders. We also discuss a conversation I had with a conservative about Trumps accomplishments. I also get to play a villain this week. Role playing as a Trump supporting conservative.
Our part two session of REPO goes into the education system with teachers, The ignorance of the EPA secretary with his lavish MC sound booth purchases. We swing back to the Michael Cohen raid and Mueller's involvement once again with the white house. Bolton (Mr Mustache) gets the new position as National Security Advisor. Craziness ensues.
On this episode, the team jumps off with the surprising announcement that Paul Ryan wouldn't seek re-election. All the conspiracy theories ensues. The Syria bombing and the controversy around who did it. We discuss the Russian attacks on the state level with our voting system and how incompetent our government officials are with Technology.