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AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

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"8 piece four time geffen cool bar the defending World Series champion braves won their 11th straight game beating the pirates 5 to three Adam Duvall Homer twice and drove in three while starter Kyle Wright struck out 7 over 6 innings of three run ball to earn the win Other Major League Baseball scores the Giants completed their first sweep of the Dodgers since 2016 with a two zero win Carlos rodon allowed just two hits and struck out 8 over 6 scoreless innings It's just something that you know we want to build off of keep this momentum into tomorrow and these next coming series The Diamondbacks ended the Phillies 9 game winning streak in a 13 to one route handing interim Philly manager rob Thompson his first loss since replacing the fire Joe Girardi Other national league winners the mets brewers rockies and reds In the American League Matt Carpenter went deep twice and drove in 7 as the Yankees pounded the cubs 18 to four correspondent Tom merriam reports The acts who have won 11 straight at home to command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first Isaiah kind of falafel and Joey Gallo each hit it to run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day at three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete Other AL winners the Astros Blue Jays raise Red Sox guardians rangers and Orioles In golf Rory McIlroy finished birdie birdie to hold off Justin Thomas and Tony finau at the RBC Canadian open Here's correspondent Graham agar's The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top That's something to feel really good about Female stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third And Daniel Suarez held off Chris buscher to become the first Mexican born driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race in his 195th career start at Sonoma raceway Geffen kuba AP sports

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Daniel Suárez grabs historic NASCAR Cup Series win at Sonoma

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Daniel Suárez grabs historic NASCAR Cup Series win at Sonoma

"Daniel Suarez said last week that his luck has been so bad lately that he didn't think anyone would pick him to win but everything changed on Sunday at Sonoma raceway as he became the first Mexican born driver to get a win in the NASCAR Cup Series Which is a special day I have always seen California's as my second home and to be able to get the first victory here is quite special It was a statement victory for Suarez and his trackhouse racing team owned by Justin marks and the rapper Pitbull as he led 47 of the 110 lap race He did it by holding off Chris busher and road course expert Michael McDowell who finished second and third respectively Jerry Jordan Sonoma California

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 Nicaragua authorizes entry of Russian troops, planes, ships

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Nicaragua authorizes entry of Russian troops, planes, ships

"Nicaragua has authorized Russian troops planes and ships to deploy into its territory I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a decree published this week the government of president Daniel Ortega will allow Russian troops into Nicaragua to carry out law enforcement duties humanitarian aid rescue and search missions in emergencies or natural disasters and for training Ortega has been a staunch ally of Russia since the 1979 revolution that ousted dictator anastasio samosa Russia's foreign ministry calls the measure a routine procedure to develop cooperation It also notes the law authorizes the entry of troops from Mexico and other Central American countries as well as the United States for

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The Misinterpretation of Romans 13 With Rick Boyer

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last week

The Misinterpretation of Romans 13 With Rick Boyer

"What else do you say in the book, Rick? Talking let me give you just one example of how this improper misinterpretation of Romans 13 affects us. Back in 2013 or 2014, just before the Supreme Court's obergefell decision that purported to mandate gay marriage all across the country. You had a rogue federal judge in Alabama who ordered Alabama judges to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. While chief justice Roy Moore, at the time, was chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. And he said, no, he said the Alabama constitution defines marriage as one man and one woman. This is God's standard. This is the Alabama constitution standard. There's nothing in the federal constitution that would overturn this, and this rogue federal judge has no authority. You must issue marriage licenses only to heterosexual couples. Well, Russell Moore, no relation, who at the time was the head of the ethics and religious liberty commission for the Southern Baptist convention. He wrote a terrible piece demanding that if Christian leaders, Christian politicians, Christian judges can not enforce whatever they're told to enforce because of their convictions that they must resign and protest and just protest quietly as a citizen. Well, he'd forgot to tell Daniel this. When king Darius said, you can not pray to any God or man, but me for 30 days, Daniel didn't resign his position as the chief man in the kingdom, the number one of the three presidents underneath of Darius, in order to in order to retire to his closet or his church and keep his faith to himself while 6 days a week. He opened his window towards Jerusalem the same place he always did where he knew the people who were trying to trap him would see him do it. This was civil disobedience. It was protest. It was, again, a declaration that God is God and Caesar is number two. You look at Daniel's three Friends. Everybody else is bowing on the plane of dura to the statue to the golden statue. Daniel's three Friends didn't resign their positions. They didn't have some peaceful protests in their home or their church. They stood there on the plane of dura in front of the king in front of all the kings leaders in front of the whole nation, civilly disobeying and saying, we will not bow.

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Trevino ends stalemate, red-hot Yankees edge Cubs 2-1 in 13

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trevino ends stalemate, red-hot Yankees edge Cubs 2-1 in 13

"The Yankees won their 9th straight home game two to one in 13 innings over a team they rarely play at home the Chicago Cubs The yanks won it on a pinch hit single by Jose trevino after their bullpen shut out the cubs for 7 innings Our defense played well tonight our bullpen did what they've been doing Coming in throwing up zeros giving us a chance to win the game and I thought that kind of carried us over and we just needed just one hit Wade Miley pitched three shutout innings to start the game for the cubs but had to leave with shoulder soreness Glaber Torres hit reliever Daniel Norris's first pitch for a Homer and a one zero Yankee lead But Jason Hayward even the score with his first home run of the season leading off the 5th It was the only run allowed by Louis severino who struck out ten in 6 innings Tom ary in New

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Sebastian Talks to Maj Toure, Founder of Black Guns Matter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Talks to Maj Toure, Founder of Black Guns Matter

"Down. He is a patriot and a warrior for the Second Amendment. He's marged Toure of black guns, matter much. Welcome back to America first. Hey, what's up Doc? I appreciate you for having me. I would never ghost you, Doc. I know. I know I'm just having fun. I'm so glad mister J you can't hide from mister G my producer. He will track you down and he found you, but let's, before we get to the serious stuff, well, this is serious two minutes have a little bit of fun because I like the T-shirt you're wearing. If you're not watching us on rumble, why? If you're listening, he's got an OD green shirt that says black guns matter that I think I think I've seen before. There you go. I've got the long sleeve version. There I am with my Daniel defense Mark 18 with a DR Specter four times scope and a suppressor, love that gun. It's my new favorite what should I say to get rid of varmints that are two legged that would dare to raid my home? That's what I'm using. And Marge, I posted that a few days ago and the left. I'm wearing your T-shirt. They went insane. Why did they go insane? And why did you have to step up? I saw you step up and comment on my Instagram post. Yeah, it had to be said because a lot of times, you know, people that are usually freedom people or people that are more identify on the right, we tend to live and let live. And the leftists have allowed that to work in their favor. So you have somebody that hasn't done any research, they don't know what the shirt is about. They don't know what you're supporting. They don't do a modicum of just, you know, Google's to see exactly what our organization is about. But then they wanted to jump all into this tirade about somehow this means that he's doesn't, you know, Doc doesn't care about black life and this and all of these different things. And a lot of times freedom people just let people be wrong. But I just took personal offense to that. You know, you've had us on your platform several times. We've met at cpac. We've chopped it up and I just think that we got to start pushing back when there's a false narrative being explained. And I knew those guys were completely wrong. And I felt like, we could poke some fun at it. So when I reposted a retweeted it, everybody started to, you know, ratio those guys tremendously, but it just speaks to the level of how people will repeat a narrative based on assumption with no actual facts, no actual research. And we got to, as many times as we can, make those people look foolish because if they're foolish, maybe they'll be quiet and learn before they. All right, I doubt that, but we've got to push back and you push back very

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Hurricane Agatha sets May record, then weakens over Mexico

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hurricane Agatha sets May record, then weakens over Mexico

"Hurricane Agatha hit Mexico Monday now it's dumping rain that could hit Florida by the weekend Agatha made history as the strongest hurricane ever recorded to come ashore in May making landfall Monday in southern Mexico as a category two with 105 mph winds national hurricane center specialist Daniel Brown It's not unusual for hurricane landfalls in that area to get really devastating flash flooding Evident in photos of residents wading through waist high waters He says now Agatha's dumping rain in Mexico Guatemala and Belize We could see that rainfall spread across portions of western Cuba perhaps up into the Florida keys and even parts of southern Florida or even Central Florida as we head toward Friday Saturday and the weekend I'm Julie Walker

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Joey Jones' Resilency After Losing Friends in Combat

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Joey Jones' Resilency After Losing Friends in Combat

"In my downfield it was a unique and I don't say this to pat myself on the back You ever get the chance to do your dream job You don't put yourself in the same place as the people you look at as heroes that made you want to do that job to begin with That's how it was as a marine of E checker bomb tech And so your service guys know that we work with them And so for us we're not joined marine OD We had less than 300 bomb techs on the Marine Corps In 2009 I think we lost 9 of us And in 2000 ten maybe I'm off by a year We lost 11 And then the next year we lost 7 And we're talking percentages of a job field Now we operate in two or three man teams attached to other units so it's not like our unit went over there and suffered a 33% casualty rate But our group of guys that went over there and were dispatched out of 64 of the 33 of us come back killed or catastrophically injured That's a big deal And it did take a lot to get through that But what got me through recovery was not only knowing I owed it to them but hey man I had responsibility Is that a sign that was ready for a dad And I had to step up and raise them whether it was with legs or not Because that's what my buddies would have done Critical Daniel grier the marine engineer that was killed when I lost my legs He had a son the same age as mine That didn't get his dad to get him back home My son did and I owed it to him to be that dad the stand up there and learn how to throw a ball with out legs and crippled up arms and be that guy And if you really want to take this and make a bigger picture that's what we owe each other as Americans to be active in our community to be a contributing member of society to give more than we take to want to stand in the gap to want to be there and make this country better and not do it in a way of demonizing people trying to do the right thing And there are people that want to get rid of Memorial Day because they say it stands for American imperialism Excuse me no Listen child go back and play in your corner until you become an adult and understand what this day is about It's about recognizing and appreciating and ultimately memorializing those to God and hopes that you might have a better life And I get a little bit upset but that's what got me through it

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Joey Jones Explains Post About No Longer Drinking Alcohol

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Joey Jones Explains Post About No Longer Drinking Alcohol

"And so this is non indictment on drinking alcohol It's an American past time It's part of our culture I mean that's just the point is when I drink and become vulnerable in that way All my ability all my defense mechanisms of keeping the negative thoughts at bay and making sense of on kind of go away And on a day like today when that happens I see my buddies and I see the guys who should be here And we talk about should have could have would have in all honesty there is no fairness in war There's really no fairness in life And when I was injured for example when I was blowing up I stepped on a bomb my job was to find these bombs take them apart get them out of there so everyone else could be said I sent them a bomb that killed what I considered to be a hero Corporal Daniel weir spending 20 feet away And two weeks later fluid Holly a gunny sergeant with a daughter on the way I called him mister incredible His whole family were just beautiful talented people He was killed by a mom doing the same job I was doing because he had to come over and cover my area after I got injured And the list just kind of goes on and on I can give you 2000 names of men that I knew well And it doesn't make sense that they're not here today And you get frustrated and for me when I become vulnerable really drinking is kind of a stand in to tell the story of when I become vulnerable and I let myself go there The thing I see is that see these people walking around and they can't see behind the curtain They don't know what we know They don't understand what we understand about life and death And the unfairness of life how precious it is And you get frustrated You see people just laughing and cutting up mean careless and they go out and they don't really appreciate how beautiful this life is When I drink I see it from that negative perspective but in that kind of flip the script and say listen but when I'm so I don't drink and instead what I choose to do is wash your kids grow up and find love and be happy And let their story and their legacy mean something It has a positive effect on my life It dictates my behavior in a positive way I hold my kids tighter I appreciate my freedom stronger in our speak louder than ever And on two prosthetic legs I know that I stand for something Every single day recalls they're not here And I owe it to those guys and gals to live and live well and make my life be a life of purpose

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Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

"New York City police identify a suspect responsible for the unprovoked fatal shooting of a passenger aboard a subway train Andrew Abdullah is wanted by police who tweeted a photo of the 25 year old court record show he has two open criminal cases and several arrests On Sunday just before noon 48 year old Daniel Enrique was on his way to brunch from his park slope Brooklyn home on the last car of the Q trade as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge police say witnesses tell them the suspect Abdullah was pacing the train then stopped in front of Enrique took out a gun and shot him in the chest When the train got to canal he took off mayor Eric Adams The city must be safe And that is what I must do as the mayor of the city Julie Walker New York

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Man fatally shot on New York subway train; suspect at large

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Man fatally shot on New York subway train; suspect at large

"A random shooting on a New York City subway Sunday just before noon leaves a Brooklyn man dead and police searching for his shooter Police say 48 year old Daniel Enrique was sitting in the last subway car of the Q train as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge from Brooklyn on his way to brunch according to reports NYPD chief of department Kenneth Corey says witnesses tell police the gunman was pacing up and down And without provocation pulled out a gun and fired it at the victim at close range He says witnesses tell them there was no prior contact between the two the gunman fled at canal street police have video from the station and released photos Enrique worked for Goldman Sachs which says he was a beloved member of the company and they are devastated Julie Walker New York

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Daniel Horowitz on Biden's Warning of an Even Bigger Looming Pandemic

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | Last month

Daniel Horowitz on Biden's Warning of an Even Bigger Looming Pandemic

"Right now is an incredibly wise and great patriot, someone who has been speaking out against COVID tyranny, and has also been unafraid to go into the weeds and do research whether it's Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and really waging a very effective war against Remdesivir, and he's been one of the most articulate and effective writers in the last couple of years, and he's been keeping keeping the bad guys on defense, which is just terrific. It's Daniel Horowitz, who has a new article out all about this topic we're talking about Daniel Horowitz says, quote, states must preemptively nullify any WHO international pandemic regulations. Daniel, welcome back to the program. Tell us what is the WHO poised to do, separate fact from fiction and how should we respond? Sure, you can't view this in a vacuum. Let's first of all, you have to look at the broader context that the Biden administration just conducted this global COVID summit where they essentially warned there's going to be an even bigger pandemic that is even more deadly and it's going to happen in the fall and the winter. It's kind of interesting. They seem to always know that. You know, when it's going to happen, so I would take them at face value, I ignored it last decade and never paid attention to this, but now I think we should take them seriously. So the broader point is that the impression that Republicans are trying to give you. And when I say Republicans, I mean the Mitch mcconnells, I mean, a lot of governors and state legislative leaders when I had friends of mine and state legislators, they're like, dude, we got to immunize ourselves against this to make sure it doesn't happen again. Let's utilize the time we live in when all these non pharmaceutical interventions so to speak have become so unpopular and let's make sure we currently ban it in law and state constitutions. And they're like, no, we're done with COVID. Let's move on. They don't want to talk about it. But we're not done with it. We're not done with the biomedical state because Charlie, this wasn't some once in a hundred year natural virus that happened to come and now it's over with. So maybe they responded inappropriately or even in an evil way, but it's over with. No, they induced it. They created it, and they're on to the next thing. And they've already groomed dare I say our generation to automatically acculturate themselves to this sort of reaction. So

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Charlie Breaks Down the Implications of the Proposed WHO Amendments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Charlie Breaks Down the Implications of the Proposed WHO Amendments

Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | Last month

Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?

"What's so interesting is this question of why are we doing this to ourselves? It's a question that Douglas Murray asks in the phenomenal book war on the west, which I encourage you to read and we had him on our show a couple weeks ago and I listened to the book very carefully and I read it. I listened to books too. It's easier when you're working out and doing things. And Douglas Murray makes the argument, and he asks the question, why is it that the west is so intent on punishing itself? It's almost this continual and relentless campaign. Of self laceration. It's not about justice. It's not about improvement. It's not about introspection. It is about trying to harm the west because you feel as if either were too strong, too powerful, it's inequitable, and you want the civilization to crumble as a way to trying to even out the playing field. And that plays perfectly into what Joe Biden is doing in Geneva the World Health Organization, which is that it's our own government that is proposing that America becomes less powerful, less free, and less sovereign. It's our own government. It's not as if that the World Health Organization is doing this to America. It'd be one thing if the World Health Organization in Geneva was meeting and they were conspiring against America. But what's so perplexing? Psychologically and otherwise is that we're the ones that are asking the WHO to make us less powerful.

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The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

"The indefatigable Julie Kelly has tracked down one of the Whitmer kidnapping defendants. This is the guy who got off. He was exonerated because the jury realized that he had been entrapped by the FBI and Julie has an exclusive interview with this guy. His name is Brandon casar down. But and he's gone through a horrible two year ordeal. Involving losing his job involving incarceration. Of course, the familiar FBI raid, the kind of massive demonstration of power almost a shock and awe type of campaign. So Julie gives a little bit of background. She says that this fellow Brandon cassata was charged along with other defendants, 5 defendants, Adam Fox, Thai garden, Caleb Franks Barry Croft, and a guy named Daniel Harris. These are the people who were charged. Now, what the interview reveals is the sort of naivete of these guys and how they were targets of the FBI from the beginning. And by the beginning, I mean, before the plot was even hatched. That's what's so telling about it. So here's talking now to Julie. And he says, you know, I was kind of locked down under a COVID court. I was stuck in my apartment with most of my family out of state. I was just trying to find people to network with. So this is the COVID frustration and the anger, by the way, at the left and imposing these lockdowns, interestingly, that was a factor here in what got these guys to demonize Whitmer and think, oh yeah, it'd be kind of cool if we so these are big talkers, these are guys who buy and large have difficult lives with not a whole lot going on and they're looking for other like minded people who give them a sense of camaraderie. So what happens is this fellow brand in Casa goes online and in June, a leader of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, a self styled kind of militia group, basically tells casar that they are inviting him to firearms training in Michigan. Firearm streams. This guy's like, yeah, in lockdown, I wanna get out of the house. Little does he know that this being organized by not a guy named quote big Dan. And guess who big Dan is? An FBI informant. He is in a sense cooking up the plot.

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Should Abortion Be Allowed up to the Detection of a Hartbeat?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:50 sec | Last month

Should Abortion Be Allowed up to the Detection of a Hartbeat?

"So I can open up some more lines. So Daniel in Kentucky should abortions be okay up to when heartbeat is detectable. I would be willing to allow for that. I'm willing to compromise in the issue under the rubric of the guy guiding principle that I mentioned earlier that when you've grabbed everything you've grabbed too much. You end up with nothing. I want the society to make a statement to every one of its citizens. Like Belgium, like the Netherlands, like Denmark, like Sweden, like Finland, like Germany, like France, we actually believe that while you're carrying as a human.

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Christopher Phillips: Fighting for the Truth Is More Fulfilling

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Christopher Phillips: Fighting for the Truth Is More Fulfilling

"You as a young man in college now What kind of words of wisdom do you have I've been out of college a long time Daniel it's been nearly 30 years The campus was different when I was there The campus is now a becoming indoctrination factory What advice do you have I mean my daughter is 18 She's going to college to come in this summer How do you deal with it How do you show the fortitude to do and show the guts and stand up to these leftists that you guys did Well you know I'm glad you asked that question I grew up in Southern California I went to public school for 12 years This is not a foreign environment to me I have for a long time been on the opposite side of the political spectrum that my peers are on I have learned to just kind of stand up for what I believe in and if you're ashamed of view that you have then you probably ought to change it But if you're not ashamed then you should speak your mind and that you should stand up for what you believe in So I of course face backlash all the time The Chicago fingers actually coming out with merch So we're getting hoodies and stuff like that And we're wearing them around campus People give us dirty looks all the time 'cause they don't like what we have to say They don't share our values But at the end of the day it doesn't matter because fighting for truth fighting to push what's right is way more fulfilling than fitting in ever will be So I can tell you from a young age I was in contrast to the mainstream narrative of the places and the institutions that I was a part of But I have just learned to own it and to you have to be articulate right You have to know what you're talking about It can't just be an inkling You have to really sort of educate yourself But I encourage any young person like your daughter or any young person like me from years past to just keep fighting even if you are the only person at your whole institution at your whole high school like I was keep fighting and fight the good fight and do not let up to the pressure to the social extremes You have to keep doing it

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Christopher Phillips: We Did More to Stop Disinformation Than Panel

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Christopher Phillips: We Did More to Stop Disinformation Than Panel

"You and your friends just showed up at this conference showed a ton of guts The first question I have for you is this disinformation conference which is kind of hilarious because as you just indicated there are some of the main purveyors of disinformation were on the stage How is it that they let you ask a question They usually censor that stuff before you even get the microphone What happened You know it is pretty wild The fact that I was able to ask a question at this event the institute of politics at the University of Chicago is poised as a nonpartisan institute So they do host people from all sides of the political spectrum Of course the conservatives that they bring on are people like Jonah Goldberg who hate Donald Trump and are actually traders to the real Ideology but regardless they are supposed to honor both sides of the debate So we come in and of course I actually had a media path I write for a publication called the Chicago thinker That is the school's premier publication I came in I had a media pass with two of my colleagues to meet a Duffy and Daniel Schmidt We hear Brian stelter talking on and on about how this is the Fox News is the enemy of the people frankly that they are not they're not on our side and that they spread this information constantly as a business and then I come up and I have to say you know honestly CNN is ten times the purveyor of disinformation right And CNN actually presents themselves as objectives So what is the deal with it And frankly they gave the mic to me I was excited because I was actually going to be able to bring some truth to this conference I feel like myself and my colleagues we did more to stop this information than the rest of the people at the conference actually did

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"daniel i" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Know, like, it's like a real vacation or fucking love it for that reason. My drive to make content on TikTok is zero, but I love watching. Yeah. Yeah, I think it's like a real it truly is like a completely classroom for me. And I'm obsessed with it. I also, I don't know. I feel like I watch TV shows that might have like a younger audience sometimes to understand what folks are feeling. But it really is that I think that queer people used to be prevented from speaking to younger generations because there was that whole don't convert and like stay away from young kids and would like perverts and they could connect to well now it's even without that, it's like I'm just old and I want to stay at my house. Yeah. Well, I think there were two things also 'cause I kind of fell into this. And I don't know that everybody thought this, but I was like, the more you normalize yourself, the more acceptable gay life is because we're just like you, but that's a really fucked up way to think. Do you know what I mean? And I thought part of me was like, the only thing different about me is that I'm gay. Other than that, I'm normal, right? And that's true, but also you're still closeting yourself and stuff like that. And I just don't think that there's not even remnants of that philosophy, like the embracing of just like, I'm a queer, radical looking person, sounding person living person. All that exists now openly, whereas before you were like, you know, the one guy who ran for prom queen at high school in the 90s. Do you know, is like, that was the one queer flash that you had of the lifestyle. And I'm a little resentful that it's kind of happening right at the time where I'm like, you're like, let's just make some dinner. Oh man. 'cause we'll be on tour so far. And I.

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Any last questions or just want to thank you. Daniel i I haven't said this to anyone else. But i would love for us to check back in with you in a year or so and And how the work is going. Because i think what you're doing is so impressive in generous. This work is so so wildly. Important that that i'd like to know more about it and how people can get involved. Yeah carol teitelbaum is is leader of our group. Esprit out here for anybody. Who has been sexually abused for men. So we it's it's opportunity free. They come and join us and and you know. Learn how to heal. I think it's creative. Change dot com will okay. Yeah we do. An annual conference in happens to boys conference and usually david pelzer has been one of our speakers. John batchelor speaker for awhile and john lee leads to speak with us as well. Patrick karnes the david akron. And you know. I in in. I have to say the most moving stop that i've ever witnessed my light is is the work that the play the playback theatre that that cindy does with her grew. It's amazing it hit me you know. It's a huge piece. And i i kinda when i work with guys. Are you know on their hurt and harm. I kinda give them the same question opportunity. What would it look like the change. What would that look like to you. You know and and and have them as well. The only way we can change. That now is that you do that right. That's how i have to do is i. I have to repair and be the father that i i wanted rather than the father than i got. I had so. I encourage them to learn how to do that is to be you know it's uncomfortable. I tell you right now. It's uncomfortable because i don't know how to do that. But when you start learning how to do that and be the father to your kids that you wanted to have you get some of that back. So that's kind of incredible thing care always says that if we don't change the heart of men we're not gonna change their society and that's very true was thank you you you know i love you. I love you too and grateful for your presence here for the gift of your presence here on my monitor. Thank you for having me on asking me doing gary. thank you. Lead steady never cried and remembering to our website and and explore how you can contribute your story to our project and you can find out all about what we're doing on daddy never cried dot com..

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"And so i was at that part in my teenage years. After baseball was done. I ended up going to college and played a little baseball. But in that time. I i had a lot of rage and i would be set up like instantly and i'm a black outrageous so i black out and I i get violent. If you're in front of me getting me to where i'm going to get upset and blackout and and i get violent and So that wasn't his. That was those accumulation of my life as a teenager. I had some about my own self. And so i was very confused. Kid along with that rage. And so i'd break windows to get in the house. If you're like me out okay. And i moved out here when i was twenty one. I never got any help financially. For my parents they would help my brothers and my sister and i was the black sheep and i was the rebel kid and he never let me money at a figure out. How live you had to parent parent yourself. Yeah well yeah no i. Part of that parenting was good and part of it was really not good. You know my kids suffered from that part of me i was. I was a drill sergeant. Because i didn't know how to be and my kids were afraid to be their own. Emotions be freight express themselves or be who they were. You know and and it wasn't until i got into recovery that i realize i'm doing the same damn thing i just have to say. I think it's incredibly generous. Since strong in you to use all these experiences for good into what you've learned to to help break the chain of abuse end ignorance and that is Is is so prevailing still using your experience for good. I think that's incredibly generous in strong. So thank you so much being with us and then thinking daniel all the ripple south of positive ripple that are going out in the as a result it doesn't minimize the pain and struggles that you've been through or even that will continue to come up for you but it makes the world a better place so we'll might. My stepdad. just passed away last week. Merck varied we buried him last week.

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"I needed the data boy and i needed the recognition. I needed that. That praise from him and i condemn it still always or even though i did good here. It was always this over here. That i didn't stay could've done better. And and so. That was kind of a. That was a struggle for me you dismissing you know. He didn't get on that. But you could've did this over here in an you know and so it was south defeating for me and so i was going to be the best. I don't care if you can imagine the competitiveness. It was all or nothing. And that's kind of how it was with him and says settling. Your wound were healed with your stepfather but then there were all kinds of new ones that developed as a result of that perfectionist kind of attitude. Not all was him. You know as my perception that i needed that. I it was my own need which wrong put on him because he was being a role that he can fill and i needed to do my own work and i'm still wounded child and i have a father figure now but i don't know how to interact with that father figure other than he's a coach k. So that's why. I refer to him as coach and basically you pulled out all the stops. Whatever he wanted you wanted to be there for him and fulfill it. Yeah you finally had a father. I batted five five hundred as a kid throughout all the way up to my junior senior. And i played third base and there were not many things went by there so i i was golden gloves and batting titles and whatever else and i play tournaments and stuff and i'm still playing softball today but i love i guess up so he did teach me golf. He made me offered him because he loves golf. Feeling that so. Many men can relate to some of these experiences in fact. I'm pretty sure. I noticed gary nodding his head while you were talking. I recognize that well the the thing that i marvel eleven and i'm certainly learning about fathering in the experiences of.

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Daniel know you know my mom. I love my mom and she did the best she could. And she's a she's a good lady strong lady. You'll never talk about dad's not crying. My mom would never literacy. Is your crock. That's the era that she grew. I'm not gonna show you my tears. You're not gonna see that you know so. That too is well along with my dad. It's the same message this matter male or female. But she was she was a single parent and that's kind of how she ferreted. I myself had to find out that. I needed to repair it myself. And i had to find ways to do that and i had to find work with to learn how to do that. That's where it came from. Yes you aligned with benevolent man. Yes grace though. I think partly was getting a year in high school. We've come from this. Abusive family and the background was their individual or are turning point. Where or did you have to go through drug abuse and alcoholism yourself you say you were in your forties before you really faced a lot of the stuff. Did you have to go through a very dark gary to get to that late. Well i have to say. Thank god i. I grew up in the seventies a lot of drugs and alcohol and i was a latchkey kid. So i'm out there seeking connection all the time growing up so learning how to be friends learning how to make brands. Learning how to be who you need me to be so that we can have a friendship but not really letting you know. What's inside of me because you're not going to like me. You really know the truth about right so not all of my life was bad in and i through recovery in through the pieces of what i'm going back and looking at it going over to like find. The joy in most of my life was really good. There was just some bad things that had a profound effect on me. I was not a good father for my kids. The first twelve years of their life I'm an alcoholic addict as well and you started using alcohol thirteen and pot thirteen and all the other stuff came after. I got sober at twenty four and then i states overtook probably twenty eight and then i ended up going back out and i got sober again. I was married at that. Time wasn't doing a program of recovery. I was just being sober.

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"He ended up committed suicide. So there really is no closure. You know on the chapter for him. A lot of my anger was wrapped up of my father issues. Were with him and those carried on into my stepdad. As well the chance to work those out no chance to work those out with him. How old were you when he committed suicide. I was a just turning just a little boy. So i have that huge father wound. I didn't get to really know him. I had to find out. I did my research on here from different people and i have tell them. I don't want you to tell me it was a great guy. I want you to tell. We really what i wanna know. I know some bad things about him. And they're probably was good things people say. Oh he was a great guy and blah blah blah. But you know that's surface stuff and it's not you know. They didn't tell me what he really was like the things that i need to know for myself of to understand him. I know he was a sick person. And i done my work and i can forgive him for that. I can still be angry with too. Yeah now you've obviously done some research in Work on this. I'm curious given the poverty given how big his family was And the time that you've father's growing up. I have to think this was not uncommon story in a lot of ways. Yeah just from getting my education. I'm dealing with the cps system here. And i'd see this child protective services and just talk services. That's what i had done that once before for san bernardino county and it's as riverside county but i got my goddaughter out of a group home. She's been in in and out of the juvenile hall in foster parenting in group homes. And so i was able to get her out finally before she was eighteen. At least and so. I've been kind of into that system to understand it more in find out what really is going on out there. It's been going on a long time when you have children raising children again. There's no parenting Role model it's generational piece keeps having down and your poverty is a huge huge piece of add. A lot of women that are going into this. Cps system is not bad mothers but they don't have the financial means to be good much yes education property and all those things contributes daniel. We want to hear about your stepfather to but first of all. I've got this burning question because now we're hearing about this. Pardon the metaphor this desert of parental environment that you grew up in and that your parents grew up in as well. I mean the. They're generations of absent parents. And now i'm hearing about all of the parenting that you're doing for your family members for your god children for the community really in your work with it happens to voice. So what where. Where did your life pivot from.

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"I got shamed once while my dad. That's that was close enough. I'm not gonna do that again. So i'm like let that out and i'm going to minimize rationalizing discount everything in my own head from very early age onto now. I'm a little confused. So you say you. Father found out about it but he was the one committing. The act was so drunk when he did it understand. It wasn't him with neighbors a couple of neighbors own. Your neighbors were abusing him. Yeah i see your father didn't sexual abuse you know. Here's his abuse verbal physical emotional and your mother found out about it as well. No she didn't know. Until i was around i was. I think i was forty five when i told her really. Yeah yeah eleanor your neighbors. There was an older gentleman. He was much older. I would say like sixty years. The other one was a teenager and then it was individual. they didn't it wasn't a collaborative. Yes it was individual but they. They prayed on me when you know going to school. That's first rates. I'd go to school in la. They have a garage in the alleyways and sure they they would catch me. There are at the gas station down at the gas station in behind a dumpster or in the bathroom so so did your father take any action against them. I don't know but he just told you to keep quiet about it. Yeah that was not supposed to talk about that. Well i know that's a big piece of his chain through the reason. Why because that happened under his watch. That's piece of shame for him i understand. That's the john. Rach talks about the toxic. Shame that we get down. It's handed down in. He had his own shame. And i developed my own. But i also carry his. Did he treat you differently after that. You've been abused you know. I really can't remember. He wasn't he wasn't in the picture long after that..

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:34 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Yeah yeah and i came along when when she was eighteen and so they were the same age though kids and and so your father had been raised in this extraordinary extended. Family mean beyond the bounds of our understanding really. How did that trickle down to his relationship with you daniel. You know i'm finding out. I'm a foster parent now and i had to do a lot of things to be a foster parent lot education into that fees and on finding out the dynamics of kids raising kids in the abuse that goes on just with the kids raising and i can only imagine what that was with them and what abuse they suffered through as far it's not an era back then have they talked about that kind of stuff all he lived through it. You're okay that's the way it was. I kind of understand the concept of children raising children. Also i'm boss depart from my my grandson right now. Who is eleven. And his mom had him when she was fifteen. And that's my stepdaughter. And she has arrested development and she has her own issues and his twenty eight and she has five kids by stepped in to provide an example of a stable parent figure kind of stuck by her whole life. I kind of stayed in touch with her. So i kinda kinda see that in relate to what my dad my mom. We're going through as kids growing up. I maybe it was easier than i don't know i. The challenges of being young in starting out you know not having graduated high school and starting out with kids and in that dynamic and then my dad was an alcoholic in an addict is well so that didn't go well kim in the family as well so so that had a negative impact on you. How did that affect you well. He was very abusive abusive to my my mom witness m beating her up a. He did not cuss around to not as much but he's still do it but you never know what he would be like when he was coming home. A few is loaded or not. He was a heroin addict. Is wall you when even when he was there present he really wasn't present. He was doing his own thing. Even though you recognize him you didn't know who is walking through the door. what kind of father. He was going to be that day. That's the eggshell syndrome. You know you know what you what to expect so you walk around related to get the feel for who he is and then you know then you can kind of adjust accordingly. What your behavior is gonna be. Yeah that's at an early age and kids shouldn't have to do that But it's a survival technique. You did it because you have to to survive so you wouldn't get hurt. Yeah y learned a lot of survival skills that very early age. Because i was. I was abused sexually abused when i was five. And a half. So i had to learn how to survive I just don't want to pass what you just said at age five. You're sexually abused and your father was not present for so many different reasons. He was a child himself and he was further arrested by his substance abuse so so there was no protector for you know no no there. Wasn't you know my dad did find out about it. He did find out in. He yelled at me me in the house and we were never to talk about that again you that was it. I never told anybody else. Forty years old. You know. I kept that hidden in. That's kind of where my rage lewis from a lot of my trauma..

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"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"And we have with us. Today daniel martinez. He's as speaker and workshop leader for an organization called. It happens to boys. Thank you for being with us daniel..

"daniel i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

10:00 min | 11 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To the eric metaxas. Show with your host eric taxes. Welcome to the program I've been traveling. I was in seattle and of course horrible. Horrible news In the last couple of days. So i wanna start there but before i start there i want to mention that We have today as our guests. Mark greenfield We're gonna talk about current events He wrote a book called disloyal. How the military brass portraying our country. And i'll be speaking to sean foyt. We don't know if we're going to get sean foyt in time to play him in our next segment. We're going to try to get sean foyt now. I should explain who sean foyt is. Yeah sean foyt has been to afghanistan He served the country He has been a missionary in places like afghanistan and iraq and north korea He is now many of you know. Part of a movement called let us worship and they have gone around the country. They've led outdoor worship events. Thousands of people are coming to faith finding hope Sean foyt is genuinely brave person. A lot of people who lead worship or ministry They avoid politics. He doesn't he doesn't really shrink from anything he's a hero and i become friends with him. I should mention. I did a podcast with him. I posted the video of it today on my social media and will post it again on my email but in that He was asking me what would offer do today. And that question keeps coming up over and over and over. So i won't discuss that with sean today but we will talk about current events in afghanistan But i was in seattle this this weekend and before we come to well. It's all mixed together. I was just gonna say. I wasn't seattle and i was asked by pastor alec rowlands who is At west gate chapel there to do this forum on sunday night. I preached Gave my testimony at both services on sunday morning but in the evening it was a huge event. There were like thirteen hundred. People showed up to to see him interview. Me and i think the first question he asked me and we. We sent this out with the email yesterday. So if you're not sign up for e mails shame on you. yeah eric metaxas dot com. Please sign up for that asap. But he asked me why it was that over the last years i become more politically outspoken. And i thought you know. That's a truly great question because everybody seems to wonder people. Like what happened to eric metaxas. Yeah well what happened to me. Is nothing in effect. i'm exactly the same. But i didn't feel a compulsion to speak out ten years ago in the way that i do now because circumstances were so different but when you have more than half the country wondering whether the man currently described as president was elected genuinely i would say this is called the crisis. It doesn't matter whether you think he was elected or wasn't the fact is that you have half of the nation more than half suspicious that he was not elected and i think to myself you can't have a democracy. You cannot have. America proceed with that kind of doubt about the most important thing an election for the man who's supposed to lead the country. So i was talking to pastor rowlands about this and how about writing bond hoffer kind of woke me up to the concept that you can't hang back bond hoffer hung back initially and he was eventually drawn in by circumstances to be more outspoken and more outspoken. So outspoken eventually that he went underground to work with german military intelligence to assassinate adolf hitler why he knew that hitler was murdering millions of jews. he knew that god would hold him accountable. They were in a war okay. This was not peace time. This was not. We're gonna kill the president. This was a war and he knew that the man leading the nation was brutally murdering and torturing under his watch millions of jewish people. I mean that's just part of it. But so he he was drawn in and it wasn't like he did it with glee but he kinda thought. Well i think you know. Imagine folks this is the forties. Now we're talking about so. I spoke to pastor alec rowlands about the idea that as the years have passed and things have become. We're where bond offer was by any means in In the in the late thirties but the early thirties. Everybody thought why has he suddenly a taken this radical tack wisey talking about these things and he because of his experience in the black church in america. Here in harlem were in manhattan right now. He changed his views. He thought i've gotta be more outspoken on these issues. So i talked to the The pastor about that. And i put it up on social media. I hope you'll watch it. I hope you watch my podcast with sean. Foyt talking about. What would bond hoffer do today. Because we're living in radical times. Actually pastor role in said that in seattle he no longer takes guests like people who come to visit to downtown seattle. He says it's gotten so bad. I hadn't been there and like in five years that all the box stores have been shot. Macy's neiman marcus. Whatever it is. They they're shuttered. They're gone so it's kind of like. There is no downtown compared to what there was. He said i wouldn't go through pike's market without an armed guard. Now i you know i. They're homeless. it's just. It's kind of in a different place and so i think that when things change you have to say okay. Lord what do i do now. What do i do today. Speak up about a vaccine mandates. I think people should get educated about the vaccine because we can no longer trust our leaders. We have to think for ourselves because if we want to govern ourselves we have to think for ourselves. That's a very important point. So i wanted to mention that. I want to mention what's happening in afghanistan album. You saw the images. There were there were people. I mean biden. This is almost like a setup like gods set him up to give a press conference. I don't know month ago or whatever it what two months ago saying. This isn't going to happen. You not gonna images like in saigon. It's not gonna happen. Not going to happen and then boom here. It is images precisely like in saigon hundreds of people clamoring to get on flights out of this killing field. That's what it is. We know that the taliban they're going door to door to find out. Did you work with the americans because if you did we're coming back and we're going to kill you that's what we left behind and it's and the images remind you of nine eleven where people were coming out of the buildings jumping out of the buildings people falling off these planes. It is so incredibly sad. That is the most that has those herbal thing. I posted that on twitter. I said how can it be that this is happening right now. Because we're all we have our lives the other day who was on this program alan dershowitz. He's i think biden is the right man. For how for peace said he's he's gonna he's combination or whatever like yeah he's come the nation by like sucking his thumb with the blanket. Like you know he's taking a nap. The nation is were in free-fall and we have projected such weakness that the taliban who has taken over and undone twenty years left knows how to steal an election but they don't know how to run a country. It's that simple. The left knows how to stealing election but they don't know how to run a country that is true. I'm gonna say true. We should put that in the ass metaxas on thursday. I'm gonna say true true or false true So anyway the but the image people clinging to planes as they take off. Can we imagine the level of desperation folks now again whether we ought be afghanistan or how we ought to be there but the fact is i also posted on twitter this morning clip Of somebody explaining exactly what we might have done and what people were counseling. The biden administration to do and what they didn't do. It is a It it's a nightmare. It's the verbal dumpster fire except it's much worse than that but it's projecting american weakness and so we're going to be talking about that today with both of my guests And sean foyt. And i will be involved While he's leading a lettuce worship event on nine eleven on the mall in dc Now when you look back twenty years on nine eleven it's going to be a totally different event so maybe we'll get general milley to speak. Just kidding hey folks will be right back. Maybe with sean foyt. If we can't get sean foyt we'll get him in our to And we've got mark greenfield as well. Don't go away at jazz lab folks. How many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain.

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"daniel i" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

08:00 min | 11 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on SmartLess

"Hockey. You like ice hockey. I you know what. I have not been but i love to go to a game. Well done consider a done. Okay so you guys f. one and then i'll be guest. I think he just told us to fuck off. So you guys f. o. Pretty online that real quick. Okay so now. Listen so so you like watching sports. You lake gamer. I assume gamer. No oh really. Oh you'd be good at gaming yet. I i'm the kind of kula generation minded pasta level. Sure no no. Don't don't misunderstand. Well he's got a headset. Probably just out of frame rate you tell them. We're just becoming best friends than him. Index tell them where to find. Yeah what's your handle. A are you a game or is this is this like i'm a little bit of a gamer. Should be noted for guy who's fifty one who has very little gray hair. But i might add and probably looks more like thirty two. You're looking at me like hey we're the same age. I'm surprised you say. Did you say one thing. Thank you so much daniel That's we've noted that and that is on the record officially we. Just cut our teaser. You don't you but you so you don't you don't game you'd like to. You'd like to watch sports. You like to play sports. Play basketball right. I know that you like this. Keep active in that way. What others like. Are you like a big movie guy. What do you do you have. So what do you. How do you feel your day. Travel all the time i. I love playing sports the on the movie thing. It reminded meal. So i by like kohl's friends from back in like some some childhood friends way. I say them for like a year like i'll get unto christmas in and pretty good like they know not to like me with racing questions and they don't really can't macho and we knew we will like sit around the table and have a few drinks and alba's out compensation is just movie dialing is just at its. It's the most immature conversation at that reminds me lots of what have you loved lately that that's come out. 'cause i start like imagining that you guys would be laughing about some comedies that come on i mean it'd be willing to sean to. There's there's zipped comedy film that's come out for a while was just. That's all officiant for. Thanks we actually being totally. It's a totally truthful. That is that is one of the last times. I laughed out loud. I agree those guys game night when it came out a couple of years ago. I've told you it's so good. And i say this jason all the time. I want him to do more pure comedies. Because he is the funniest dude and it's one of the only nice things i'll say about him today. The other thing is have you guys seen. And i told him this when i saw it and i watched it again last night with my kids and i should've. It's literally responsible. I watched palm springs with my kids. Have you guessing that. Sandberg's movie that he eee sandberg's it didn't bennett's brother direct and right and our friend bennett's brother directed it max Barbeque out directed it. It is a brilliant. It's so funny. Daniel watch this movie palm springs with andy sandberg yet. It's a phenomenal movie. I really that'll give me a nice little california fix so you will love it. Speaking of sags. That reminds me of hot rod. I ask what like they was slides ever radically Boomed business play ball. Is that a well. Our net line. Well are you in that you say boom. There's the flavor yeah. All my friends will look at me. And it's it's so random. Give give give daniel quick too and action. There's a flavor you showed kick you in the nuts. I say what. I say. I think i. Oh you a nut shot. I'm barely did that movie. I did that movie with sambergen. Those guys the lonely island guys. And i Kiva directed in in in I went up to shoot in vancouver. And i got a really bad cold on the way up there and so i was on cold medicine for the few days that i was there i was. I barely remember being there on so much cold medicine and so i did all of that stuff like even that. When i'm yelling at bay babe i was just doing it to make those guys laugh and also i guess i was just in some kind of other. I was high. Guess jesus hang on a second. I mean what we unlike robitussin or theraflu. This doesn't get us. Hi sidecar of hang on. Let me it was called crystal meth and head. I mind yeah yeah. I'm gonna have to have a little chat with the after the session daniel. We've taken up way too much of your time. I gotta say. I'm just such a fan of wha- how you hold yourself watching you go from from red bulled to renault and then now you're with mclaren and You've just always truly always have a smile on your face and the best way had a great week. You had a great race at silverstone Your fifth-place was great. I feel like you're just you're coming back into your own and you just you're such a great dude in an awesome driver to watch and it's been such a pleasure to such a pleasure to meet you. Thank you for coming on. Yeah very very nice. i i thoroughly enjoyed. It was good to meet you all as well utah. We last question is how do you so you in dax our friends. I gotta get to the bottom of this. So i i went on his podcast loss. Gio and so one. Other thing i love is box. I love motorbikes. Motorbikes yes sir. We kind of hit it off through talking bikes. And then yet. When i was spent actually couldn't get home for christmas because of quarantine Let's say the craziness the strangest. So i spend christmas in la and And we caught up and we went riding in stops. Oh yeah we. We hit to school kids. He's he loves that he's about he's a he's a friend of all of ours and he was our first guest that we had on our podcast because we love him so much and and So i get it to good guys having fun on on on motorcross that none of us do so we can but anyway Well what a pleasure man. Thank you for coming by and wish you all the success and can't wait to see you in miami. The three of us are going to be there with you in miami gay. We're really looking forward to that. Just call we'll just we'll call you when you once you're down there or should we call you beforehand and when we land wood laminates over the hotel. Okay i also gonna pick you up on the way. But i can don't even better. We love jets jets all right. Will you go get your thoughts together. You still got time to hit the casino tonight. I'll bet and makes you a arrange transportation before you get in there and a pleasure talking to you daniel Such a festive electorates this season. Thank you it was yes. Likewise i thoroughly enjoyed a hoax. Guys are enjoying it as well. Relatively new era has about a year. And we we we and we are loving formula one. It's amazing and it's so good and we were..

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"daniel i" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:49 min | 11 months ago

"daniel i" Discussed on SmartLess

"A relationship is what she wants to know. Yeah i yeah. I have come a long story short. It is hard that with the schedule. Ya the schedule and you kind need for the It of teaches you to be selfish. You have to kind of go all in to like your boss skip all notice even like with family of friends because formula one is serving tense. And everything's like so strict on time and if a mate is late for dinner by like ten minutes on this online that you've listed ten minutes in my talk like that i've kind of grown with the sport idea resent in like life a lot. It's kind of a necessary evil if you will but you do have self care in the sense that like i i noticed. Do you live in monaco. You and i guess you spend a lotta of time over in the uk because that's where mclaren his base so you must go back and forth quite a bit to the uk's that right. i'm guessing yes an eye. So dax said you are an anglo fine. What assigned to look up what that meant. You missed it. Is she said asshole talk about me. He said you're an anglophile. Which is that someone who like wants to be british. So something like that something like that. We're just has a has a great deal as a reverence for And i i'd say guilty as charged in And i and i love the dak said that because it always makes dax laugh. Because every time i've mentioned like with my friend lingo limit. Gas your bunnies from london. Barney's always got 'cause he calls me broil impression is it's so good right way. Do you know like in other sports. Daniel the the like in football and stuff people. There is a ceiling of a when you reach a certain age. Is that true in your sport as well do people age out or are there people of a certain age still doing it. I would say it's uncommon to go like beyond forty I wonder why that is because because reaction time. Oh yeah that's true. I would say it's got to do this. Maybe some yeah like reflexes in that and you can't be a fatty either right. You gotta you gotta fit in those small cars. Here we go. Yeah talk to how you manage your water weight and everything you drink a lot of electrolytes or i. It's very like as soon as it's like. Tell someone how how much we lose during a race to sweat and obviously fluids evans. I need to become an f. Drive either you to lose light into house about whether you're about to make bateman cry. Tell them how much you lose you. Drop between five to ten pounds waterway per race. Yep exactly are you kidding me. I can use that true. I would say on average around like two and a half kilos. Which is we'll tell maybe seven pounds. Sure wait how do you do that. How he's web quickly from sweat. Dude i'll just sway. Okay yeah is there any way. We could just put jason's face in an f. one car. Just do that just so we could learn to three kilos outta my face right now. I can only see like just my basically from they shouldn't be breast. They should be pick. That's start there. What i'm going to do here is i'm gonna just tell my camera up. There's the angel. Look at this week. I was gonna say so. You spend a lotta time in the uk but then you go back and forth and In fucked acts. But then you also spend you also live in los angeles part of the time you own a house in los angeles quite near all of us. I think i am not that. I've googled. But i have where it is and i think we're practically neighbors daniel. What's in the garage over there. Yeah that was my next question. La car so so big bay the bogan australia. We call we call us back home because we don't really have anything big enough to call a truck. So when i when i got my license in the states i was like thirsting. Buying is a wrapped up so rows Incidents this is the most disappointing thing you said. First of all it's empire it no. It's so inland empire view. I a mc contract to say well let me just say this friends don't let friends drive fords. gmc gmc's year is tremendous vehicle. Wills been doing the commercials for gmc. For what is it will twenty-five years twenty two coming up twenty three years. I've been the voice of gmc trucks and they will. They are professional grade jason. Thank you for testing. Yeah yeah he's great. I've seen this the first moment. I've seen daniels face respect. You will right there with. Like i'm gonna i'm gonna drive over to your house and a brand new. Gmc yukon xl. Denali daniel and i make convert out of you. Wait so you spend time in los angeles. My point was this. That kind of must be for you. The real getaway because formula one is not huge in california in australia. I imagine you're i know you're a bit of a superstar in australia. Loves you and they've embraced you. When you're in europe you. Everybody watches formula one. And so that. You're getting not harassed but like your daniel ricardo f one champion driver. You come to los angeles is kind of you. Get to have a little go. Walk around. yeah you want granted and kind of have a life right is that am i. Right with that I'm washing now. But anyways like you're like this to two main reasons one is not very existent nest so you kind of can. It's me as well till at mentally. Get away from the on. And i'm not. I'm not surrounded by f. lung people Enthusiasts so it is like a good night and then it also reminds me a motive farm. It is a lot of weather. We've got the beaches. Yeah like a big a big version of harm. So this this like i went. Lila is a bit more to do this. So it's it's it's entertaining me. But i can also just kind of switch often and lay low Sure and now a word from our sponsors smart lists listener this this episode brought to you by zell and here's a funny story about zell. I'm currently vacationing with wheeler net and his luxurious second. Home here on the east coast of the united states with my family. 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"daniel i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"The way to go As walking around the supermarket the other day. Oh you're yet sort of my hobby you've heard of mall walkers. I mean market walker to walk around her shopping market or a show one of the cold shopping store at grocery stores. Are you go. I live in a bubble anyway. I saw that they have these strange tall boys of beer and the bottled water section. Yeah and i was kinda shocked. I was like what is that and then i realized it's this mountain spring water from the alps and it's called liquid death. Have you heard of this. i have heard. Yeah yeah it's interesting. Because i've seen i was at work the other day and One of my coworkers was sipping from what i thought was a beer. You know and i was like oh. This person has a terrible drinking problem right because it was nine thirty in the morning and i was going to go up to them and say you've got a drinking problem. Or where can i get one instead. I realize oh it's water. It was liquid death. Okay now why is it called liquid death because it will aggressively murder your thirst. And also because they're recyclable. Talboys bring death to plastic bottles now. That's what you should remember that cool. I like that. Yeah you and i are both ardent environmentalists and we believe that plastic has gotta go so liquid. Death is doing getting the job done with recyclable. Tallboy cans liquid. Jeff is charitable as well. They donate ten percent of the profits from every cancel to help kill plastic pollution nice. Yeah i think. That's a good feeling when i sometimes i'm up at night thinking about all the plastic floating around the ocean. It's a real problem. You're up at night thinking about that. Probably updike's coffee at like eleven. But then when. I'm thinking about things i do. Think about all the plastic. I'm glad that liquid death is taking this on and they use aluminum cans because it's actually profitable for recycling facilities okay. It's so easy to recycle and drinking freezing. Cold water from mccann is so refreshing. It's very good. So what try liquid death now for me to just say try. Liquid death out of context could be upsetting to some of you listening remember. It's a really good water. He can drink okay and and it's fun to tell your friends so they're asking you. Hey what you got there say. I'll just a little liquid death and it makes you seem cool to cool cantu. It's very cool. Can i mean if they can just said liquid death that would be cool enough but it has some really cool artwork. It's kind of goth lettering. Yeah yup that's exactly. What a can called liquid deaths should look like go to liquid dot com slash connor to get a free set of cousy with your first order of any case. Water will just grab some at any whole foods or seven eleven. Bring up acquiesce. Your theater work. And i do applaud ucs. I think you've done such a good job of building. Your career i mean. Obviously.

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"daniel i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"daniel i" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Can you believe that. Adt can design a security package that fits any lifestyle eurenew homeowner. I am so you should get adt. I have it you get. I really did. That's great every. Adt security package is designed to help. Protect your home in a way that works for you. They work with your budget. They figure out what you want right sono. Yeah they can. They can make it super intense or just chill yeah. Adt offers all the essentials. You push up. She'll there's a button. I'm going in chill mode which means a burglar can come in as long as he just makes a sandwich leaves. Adt offers all the essentials for convenience security and reliability. Yeah they got the video doorbells. I like that. They got the indoor outdoor cameras locks. Thermostats everything you need voice app voice voice voice controlled by the sound of your voice loud controlled by the sound of your voice. They have kit number one smart home security provider with products. Rigorously tested deliver the quality you expect from. At and i do expect quality from the name brandon home. Security that's adt. Yeah you're height man. i love it. Yeah yeah there are nine. Adt owned and operated monitoring senators operating twenty four seven twenty four seven. Yeah that's twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Which lily means no downtime. So that's a lot so learn more at adt dot com slash podcast. This is the way to go As walking around the supermarket.

"daniel i" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"daniel i" Discussed on From Scratch

"Kind is sold in diversity of locations including whole foods costco amtrak trains. A newspaper stands. Daniel is also the founder of peace works. Our producer of mediterranean spreads such as top nods hamas baba ganesh piece works aims to foster business relationships among neighbors in the middle east and other groups in conflict. As a way to reduce conflict in those regions. Daniel grew up in mexico city and speaks spanish english hebrew and french and a little bit of snow. Welcome thank you. Thank you so much jessica before we dig into kind. I wanna talk about peace works. Which was the company. You founded in nineteen ninety three that focuses on mediterranean spreads. What was the germ four founding this food company in early nineties. I didn't know it was going to be a food. Company was more about trying to business as a force for bringing arabs and israelis together. That was what. I was very passionate about since Writing my college. Theses and law schoolwork about how us market forces to help trading partners shatter culture stereotypes cement relations with each other. So that was the impetus of what. I was doing and became a foot company. Because as i was looking for ventures i was looking in peril. I was looking in Dead sea minerals and food became the area where i found my passions best They didn't understand that minerals. Twelve what stood food. And it's hard start. Food was secondary to the primary mission was to facilitate joint ventures among conflicting neighbors. So what's an example of a peration which you established at peace works Between two conflicting groups the flagship venture which still exists today. Which is how we started was My discovery of asandra tomato spread. And when i long story short found out the company had gone bankrupt because he was sourcing. Its glass jars from portugal and sandra tomatoes from italy and it was very expensive and when i came to you'll banish the israeli manufacturer and told them about my yes. He had arab friends and he really believe in the philosophy world war two piece works but it also showed him that he could benefit economically that he could buy the glass jars from egypt. Instead of portugal. The sunday tomatoes from turkey suppliers instead of Italian ones so. They started buying basil and olives and olive oil from palestinian citizens of the west bank and gaza. And that's how it started. How did you secure distribution in the united states with peace works. Can you walk through that process. Because in a way you piggybacked on that In with kind well. I didn't know what i was doing. So i emptied my brick my little briefcase literally these big briefcase for carrying Legal documents and they filled it up with jars with some tomato spreads basil. Pesto spreads and out. Start at the top of broadway on hundred and twenty second streets on the west side and then just started walking store by store till i would go seven. Am in the morning. Till i would end at seven. Pm at night and the bottom of wall street. And then i would cross the next day and it would go up Broadway and the other side of broadway and brother was an important choice because it was a the avenue that i found to have the most concentration of grocery store so i knew second avenue. Third avenue. And you madison. They did all of them. But braulio was the juiciest. And i would not go to the next store unless i got either an order or an explanation for what i needed to different in order to get an order the next time and i drove many people s- because everything was wrong but they were basically taught me like scott gold china and mr zave are from sabres basically taught me what the consumers were looking for so i really learned a lot of what i do today from all the store managers and buyers at the grocery shops bodega in new york city. What is an example of something that mr xaver taught you Everything i mean. I came in and they didn't have much patience because they had thousands of consumers going around and here i am and i don't know what i'm doing but the they really liked that i really cared about my mission and i think they just have patients with me so they taught me how what is the margin requirements for for retailer distributor. And for yourself so that you can run a ongoing business They taught me about the labels how to make sure that the name is cleared. The jars back then were using olive oil out of them. That was not acceptable. So it was a lot of sessions. You mentioned that you had a law degree you went to stanford law school and you became a lawyer And the idea for peace works came out of a paper. Your thesis that you wrote which i believe was entitled incentives for peace and prophets federal legislation to encourage us enterprises to invest in arab-israeli joint ventures became a very famous document among doctors. Because if you were having insomnia trouble falling asleep that would give it to. You would read it and nuke fall. Asleep immediately was the most theoretical boring thing in the world. They was just totally devoid of practical use but it was beautiful. Theoretically you dabbled in the law Before starting businesses you had a stint at sullivan and cromwell You clerked for supreme justice in texas. Did you think that you might want wanna career in law. I love the law was not that i was trying to escape the law. I just had this. You call germ. I had this bug inside me. That that i just really felt that my mission in life was to try to build bridges and two and the arab israeli conflict. And here's the peace process. All my ideas. That i've been sharing for several years. Suddenly they go from being delusional to being slightly tenable. And i'm like all right how to try to pursue it and have to try it. He also had a kind of a social ethos in your family. Your father was a prominent figure in your upbringing and the think about the world he was a holocaust survivor having survived. How the concentration camp in germany. Can you talk a little bit about him. Yeah my that was My greatest hero role model He was the most humble person he built himself from. Scratch came to mexico after the war. He was fifteen and a half years old when the war started sixteen when he got to mexico. He didn't speak spanish or english lithuania. Originally he was born in riga latvian. Raise in lithuania when he was nine years old. Nineteen thirty nine The war started. And i'll tell you the story. It's a little strong but He was coming back with his Father to their apartment house where they lived and the superintendent showed them into where the garage was and he opened the door of the garage and there was a pile of bodies and he told my grandfather. You see all these people. They're older juice in the building. And you lucky that you always were nice to me and treated with respect and kindness..

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"daniel i" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"daniel i" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In north Austin how are you today Daniel I'm doing all right I I tuned in just by five minutes ago ten minutes ago I think I've got the the theme you know at work we're currently working on which is the latest charges or you know they upgraded the charge and they're bringing charges against the other three officers which I believe is justified now you know as a little bit of an extension to that there was an article that the courts are going to start considering following back qualified immunity okay that's a simple issue you know it's very very very hard you know they could sue the city the taxpayers end up paying but it's hard to sue the individual officers okay because there's considered quiet qualified immunity you know that there are they really really really have to mess up you know way way way over the top to be personally liable okay and that's something the courts created a spot statutory your legislature did not create it and I support your rolling that back a large yes I think the officers would actually be a little bit more careful and think twice if they could be sued for everything they own so you're so you're saying roll it back do you mean end it or reduce it so what a lot of people are hard core about doing this judge is also given way too much music okay and it said that you know I couldn't get anything done may be sued every five minutes by disgruntled plaintiffs but the truth of the matter is that it's way over the top the immunity that are given to government officials and there is a group many years ago that that proposed having the equivalent of a grand jury but you can go through and make the argument that their immunity could be should be removed so numbers they had an additional level protection I mean anybody we lost in my head what do you think of the idea of of what he's proposing it would make officers think market would right now and I know this is not a knock on the Austin police association has a voice I like the Austin police association leadership they got a lot of protections out there there are a ton of protections out there for our policemen and women with hiring with keeping their job with losing their jobs I'm not that familiar with what the gentleman was talking about where they would they'd be totally they would be totally liable for their actions personally who would who would agree to be a police officer under your circumstances that's an excellent point yeah I would because I I don't see how anybody would agree to that yeah because you could get sued you could get called down for just about anything I know what happened in Minneapolis was terribly egregious it was murder in my mind but how far could you take that for a traffic stop for an overzealous cop putting handcuffs on someone that sort of thing yes thank you just there are many possibilities aren't there when we start thinking about what they do on a daily basis out of five one two eight three six zero five ninety Chris is in south Austin at two thirty five hello Chris how you doing today Hey pretty good yes go ahead please Chris yeah that's the question on a bar downtown luckily it was a mess with and right now we still have it boarded up because we can't afford to be up at twenty five second basket that I got a question about the curfew so you have a curfew on the weekends that means nobody can be out nobody can go so you're basically cutting off businesses what for you know from clientele yes yeah oh wow oh yeah yeah that's that's that's what it boils down to Chris now it varies city to city Washington DC now has a seven PM curfew New York City is at eight PM I saw one I think it's in California maybe LA that have like a one or two PM curfew like it was a minute after while on really yeah and so wondered about it well Chris under those circumstances only specific people are allowed to be out after that point let's say it's eight PM to six AM everybody else who gets caught could be arrested for violating the curfew yeah it's interesting it's also that's open to seven PM and and I'm I'm kind of an exam at the times of work late so we're working late and sometimes I'm gonna get to vote if somebody to be on the way home and all these things there are certain circumstances I'm like okay that's you know kind of sucks yeah this is a big time decision that we're talking about here it has major implications for all of us now I think it's highly positive we've had two straight nights of peaceful protests it's been pretty calm here in Austin very peaceful which is great two nights in a row but mayor mean the chief is saying he's looking ahead to the weekend and he's concerned about the weekend he's alluding to some events coming up this weekend I'm trying to think what's planned for this weekend maybe just more protests are planned and he's anticipating that we would see similar activity that you solve the past weekend well the leaders of the protest told my fox seven Austin news last night they're planning forty five straight additional days of protests forty five straight days from now on either at the police department or the capital so we're now talking about a month and a half from now on if if that's what the chief is concerned about well maybe his concern is that on the weekends you have more people that are willing to come out and participate than they are during the week if they have to get up they have kids of their work concerns coming into town to yell incoming yeah and they maybe have more time to come into town Chris thank you have a good one five one two eight three six zero five ninety can call you can text us this is ray in south Austin at two thirty eight how you doing today ray okay you know why I thought that the jurisdiction you have to write this novel by forfeiture stitching could require a permit check the location in the current like a parade permit yeah generally speaking yes law in this in this case I think that they have worked it out with city officials on where they can go and what they can do some of them obviously get get away from that like when they went up on the interstate right that's when the police move in and so you got to get off here we can't have this you got to have a permit for just about every type of gathering in town be it a protest be it some type of marcher charity event yeah you gotta have permits so what do you what do you what do you think in there right well I didn't I didn't know we had a permit to do that I thought this three thousand people showed up welcome to Blue you might wait stuff like bathroom facilities they have more time what are we to be researched there wants to control it what yeah thank you for the call and in a lot of these have been set and coordinated with the city they had one set for Sunday at one o'clock at the capital and then they called it off because they were worried about violence but that one they the city knew about that one ahead of time bill is in cedar park with a comment on the possibility of a curfew Hey bill good afternoon okay imposes curfew isn't the mayor or the police he the mayor okay so we all know who the mayor is again and they re open in Texas because the Kobe so could he Arbor Kerry impose a curfew curfew Gesicki bars close so because of covert well now he wouldn't do that that could be his real reason but his stated reason would be that a police chief asked for it in the name of public safety I'm agreeing so here we go so how long is it going to be for a month two months or just a couple of days and what's the real thinking of the mayor's mine yeah we we don't know bill how long it would go on it's it's limited in some of these other cities I just mentioned they they they usually spell it out in detail when they're implementing one of these things well that's going to be really interesting to see what he tries to pull with its curfew and covert I thank god I come down on the other side that I think Adler is gonna resisted now it and Melinda because he say that he will want to do it just because he said he said he was leaning into the protest in is that what you're you're thinking behind I think he is is all so supportive of the protesters he has said very encouraging things to them all week I don't think ever wants to be perceived as doing anything that might restrict their protest and marches it's just my read on that thing add it in a way mark I think if they do put a curfew on this may motivate and inspire people who are who are beyond the protesters who were an archetype people who die who just like to cause trouble this may this may incite them to form and do some bad things if there is indeed a curfew put on and they see that always limiting our our our ability to to to gather in protest the numbers are five one two eight three six zero five ninety two forty two K. L. B. J. and here from my friend to triple a counter top since nineteen ninety eight Tripoli countertops is been transforming dole.

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"daniel i" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"daniel i" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"This kill yourself on the road when a car run over you your disgusting killed your fax Hey Daniel what's up dude hi what's going on man I much yeah are you did you like the way I I handle Cherokee just then he was he claims to be native American and he called his own people Indians I mean as rude right yeah a dummy how's the how's life in fort Myers you're up real late right now are you do your parents know hello good man I like that you live gangster Daniel I like that you sound like the sweet sweet little guy but I think deep down you're kind of a bad **** see see what is the most badass thing you've ever done Daniel sure you flip your teacher off and make any teacher saw what yeah it was a guy or girl when held you do that Daniel the girl the lady I want to do that she should be me but I know her which she did tell me what she did you show me on the doll touch you show me on the day she yelled at me because my shirt was untucked shirt was untucked you.

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