35 Burst results for "Daniel L."
Daniel Negreanu Wins Inaugural PokerGO Cup
"Poker goal. Event is over with. We've been talking that over the last few weeks and that was played out in las vegas. We had mentioned that alleyoop. Cerovic was a two time winner in early in the tournament in was starting to lay claim. It's one of the best players of the current era but a famous name and stuff winning the player of the series war. Daniel mcgraw new. He is the inaugural poker go championship. Be cashed four times During the event series including win toward the very end of the event and he is awarded the player of the year trophy throw which finished second kerry cats when the high roller took third Meet over a million dollars in that event so some of the top names in the game of poker doing very wellness event. Alex foxton was fifth in the standings. Jason coon seventh and a local. Jake schindler we mentioned one of the tournament's finished in the top ten as well
Can You Know God? Moving From Head to Heart Knowledge With Michael Brown
"Of my friends were coming from a different point of view and before i met jesus i was coming from that point of view. Like you know you. Can't you can't know. God you can talk about him. Maybe but you can't know him. Those people are crazy and then when it happens to you you think my friends are going to think. I'm crazy but i can't go back. It's real do you think part of it and i'm sure the book is called. Has god failed you finding faith when you're not even sure god is real. I think a lot of people. They talk a good game as christians but god has not been made real to them and so when they're shaken because its head knowledge and it's not a relationship it can go away yet so i think we have to big problems. One those who just had the head knowledge or they were raised in it and they believed it or they like the tradition or they convinced by arguments about the existence of god or creation of something like that and then when when they really get hit with a massive challenge to their face like daniel wallace when the world's top a new testament greek scholars. He said when he battled with his sons cancer. That's when he realized he had to have an experiential relationship with god that he'd been more intellectual than experiential but then on the flip side you have people who've had a powerful experience but they basically were told you just shut off your brain and then when they start to get into school they get university and they get with the atheistic and skeptical professors love to make our faith they get hit with things got hit with and at that point their experiences somewhat waned so they come under assault. We're supposed to love god with all our heart and all of our mind. So yes that encounter with god. That's joel pads that changes everything and we share an incident. I worked on one of the chapters together. Like going through a journal of her and the agony they went through three years in church as a believer and the questions and the doubts and how they finally came out on the other end when they decided. I'm going to seek god and find him. I'm going to die trying. They got to that place. Desperation gone came
"daniel l." Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Yeah i immediately always size them up as being much better and more impressive than me he said about you said about wanting to try a go. I recently had a moment. Is that on on miracle workers as a scene where my My character runs runs and jumps of Like conveniently placed stump of a and jumps from that onto a horse onto his horse. And i watched the rehearsed. And i was like iraq and i kinda forgo that i'm gonna make my slightly uphill so i kinda underestimated how to john. But i was like. I said stunk would nights i can i. Can i try that and he was yet you absolutely can. But like don't worry gatlin who was is also like here and i was like i. I'll probably fail. But i'd like to have a go secretly thinking gonna fail. You're gonna make this jump. And then i did it kind of but like in i just it was very messy and ugly gallon on the next taking just like bound office tree stump in public land on top of the holes and i was like why would i wanna see. Why would i want to. I want to subject enemies. The horse turned you and said that's how i'm sorry. There's a talking horse then. Threw shade at daniel radcliffe. What's happening in my mind humiliated by a horse daniel. I have to say. I was driving over here to the studio and really looking forward to talking to you because as i said for no reason whatsoever i'm proud of you in this paternal way that i have not earned but but i really am urinate urine exceptionally talented and nice fellow. And i'm just. I'm very happy and impressed with with what you've managed to do because there are many people who would think the harry potter franchise Is is a lottery ticket and we both know all too. Well that does are situations that are They given they take and they're very fraught. And it takes a an exceptional person to navigate that and you are that person so thank you thank you so much for talking to me. Thank you so much. Have known is lovely to Done this has been like on your show which has been lovely but very quick so as loved to have longer to chat has been awesome. Yeah it's it goes one of two ways either learn that they really enjoy talking to me or they quickly realized no. Six minutes is about daniel's Best of luck with this project. That working on now and i look forward to running into you soon in the near future and keep at it in my best to mr rich fuzzy series. They were amazing. But i should also shouts out down mark. Rose panicky did this season. Yes but yes every. I feel like everything else. We said about a stanton's led i. You still all applies. Hey thanks so much. And i'll talk to you soon. Thank you very much. Thank you everybody was.
"daniel l." Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Sometimes how it happens. You tell me i mean. Didn't they just take you out of school. One day daniel and not tell you what and then ten years later they released you either getting checked for lice or put a major motion. So yeah you watch congo but yeah i do i would love. There's no in terms of like wild swing. It's always hard to say. I would definitely be an a disaster movie. If i if i loved the script and like that sound that sounded four hundred percent. I think in terms like a an actual thing. I would consider a big swing. That i know i do want to do. I want like write and direct and then do that at some point and Way risky because you no evidence that will be getting album just like a feeling of. I've been here. Awhile should be well the other thing too. Is you have my one. If i was thinking what would be the one piece of advice. I would give to young people if anyone was listening and sometimes i think it is giving the shot because you have less to lose than you think you do. We're so afraid of humiliation and it is painful to fail at things. It's very painful but if you can set that aside and go for it it really does usually even if the project doesn't work out the way you wanted it to. I don't think you ever regret giving it a shot. You don't so as a why not. That's how we on the cards in the next few years But yeah as you say. Failure is like yet. There's always something to learn from it and feel i'm somebody who's like i love other people like you haven't experienced much failure but i i look at my go. That's that's some failure in that acting. But let's take the when i was young young so i think it. Yeah it's definitely something that you always like gonna get glean something from we'll and i clearly beating around the bush but i will be the star of that right and direct except daniel. I except it's really really nice. I've never. I've never acted but i to have to just give things a try so you heard it here gentlemen. You'll you'll your age. No somebody's going to be really angry. When i call them later and said he said and i haven't won one anymore. They left me. they left me. They said not enough was coming in. It could be me or ed sheeran. Just one of us. We're pretty much. The same person was so funny. Because i was thinking about this like it. Would you want if they if they said. Oh just for fun and they said dan you want to be a dan. Sorry dan do you wanna be in a fast and furious tend because those movies i have such a fascination with those films. And there's a new one coming out now but and i am going to go to the movie theater and watch it because the way you have an obsession with congo. I an obsession with the fast. And furious franchise starting with like the fourth or fifth one when they completely lost their minds but great. They completely lost their minds. Whoever's behind that thing went insane and they just keep making more and more money and his co. this is this'll be ten coming up the next one. Is somebody nine one. That's coming out by the time people here this year nine will have been i mean. That's that is incredible and laid there. They all i would. I would love to be in a movie like that. But only in that case in the instance of those films if i get a non driving part that'd be great. There's.
Harbor Island marina is trading hands for $84M
"That we never really talked about on our podcast but that's a local thing and it's obviously real estate right. The ega thing it is. It's just a different type of real estate. So one of the marinas is set to change hands and it looks like it was at a pretty high purchase price that the deal went down. And it's an eighty four million dollar transaction son road is going to be transferring. Ownership in interest in basically harbour island to a group called safe harbor Safe harbor is going to be the new operator and with that. So there's there's quite a few things that went down here. Daniel and i were just talking about this off line. It's actually there's a lot to it. So the the the harbour itself is about six hundred slips right right and then with that also comes two hundred and fifty nine thousand ninety square feet of land. And then there's a million twenty nine thousand two hundred and thirty nine square feet of water and so the water is deep water. That's within the slip areas and the dachshund under the dachshund. Things like that so so they're responsible for obviously the maintenance environmental issues with water. They have the land which it turns out is basically. It's it's the eastern. Most tip of har- harbour island which is home to do very popular restaurants. One of which we have our christmas party yet for our we have had. We have had our christmas party. And it is yeah. It's a very nice restaurant and it's called island prime and then the other one is called is called sea level lounge so that is also going to go with it so son road in some communities didn't respond to the request for comment but safe harbor and his pair company already have four leases. That are around here. So they have shelter island boatyard and the sun outdoors. Rv resort in chula vista. So
Performance Coach Daniel Back on Advancing Methods in Jump Training for Athletes
"For young athletes who are wanting to jump to get sports like volleyball right. That's jumped base. But what do you think about the me. This is off the rails bit about the plan questions but something like that for young athletes like. There's obviously the training right but like something like lower dogs or a sport the way you make it a sport. What are your thoughts on that. I love it. And i do think there is a superiority. There compared to yet destroying touch the ram touched the backboard one. Just because it's more fun to to have success in the training right but then also there's this this component of it's not like a workout right. Where it's i've i've had this run. Training athletes honored kind of look at everything they're doing. I think they should get some junk reps in in going up hitting the vertex is just not as fun as dunking. you know. it's not. And i think just having that bond even that kind of creative like ideas based like oh this or i'm gonna i'm gonna try to don't one leg or whatever like having that kind of fun created environment. Deathly makes a difference for yet. Just motor learning side of things in the motivation side of things. Like yeah definitely like in the one on one training transacts like view just talent someone to go hit the vertex. Let's like let's say ten foot for ten times you know just not. This is not as good so. Yeah i definitely love the low rim dunking approach. Yeah even four people not small players. Yes i agree i. I was watching my some neighbor kids in the backyard. They have an adjustable hoop and they put it down like you know. These kids are like ten and eleven. They put it down to like. I don't know five six feet and they're trying to dump it out just thinking to myself. This is where it all starts. Non-judgmental it's and i think about the non-judgmental too. I mean i. I beat myself up. Training for years in the sense like l. ahead was the rim it's like am i getting higher on the rim. Am i not a good day. Was this a bad day. Even back when i was sixteen or seventeen and able to start dunking and things. That would be like you walk in the gym jimmy. You're not feeling it's like. Aw man but if you can have a rim and it's eight and you can just try to do something new or something. Then it's fun again. And it's i think for developmental as makes so much sense
Identifying Your Personal Skills and Experiences That Will Help Build Your Business
"One thing i still find people struggle with mike and this what i want to move into next is actually identifying the skills and experiences that we as individuals have the we can then go ahead and turn into a business that we can then go ahead and build a campfire around like a lot of people are doing what i like to say. Becoming a pale imitation of other individuals and then they wonder why they're not succeeding because nobody wants a pale imitation of somebody else. They want the unique special version of you. They want your campfire. That is unique that a solving a massive pain point that they have so. How can we identify those skills and experiences. Might we can then turn into a business. This is what i did. And i don't know how i stumbled upon this exercise. I think it was just out of frustration. Years ago. When i started out i looked at all the different jobs i had. I used to teach. sat's to high school students. I don't know if you even i worked. I worked at chase mellon investor services of work in their phones. I did a semester of telemarketing between college. Semesters i worked as the music director of a church. And i was the of a company in one day jail the i wrote down everything i did. These jobs not just what was on the job description but literally everything i did. Did i mentor people. Did i mentor. Young teachers did. I talk my see off the cliff a few times you know. Did i work with volunteers. Did i speak from stage. Certainly did i do all these things. So i wrote these things down and i wrote daniel. I spoke at the stage and perform music and hosted conferences. And i mentored people that. I sold products At that job in. I took my pen and i crossed out the end of every sentence in instead of saying i spoke at church where lead music teams were recruited. Volunteers there it just said i spoke in marketed at a hosted conferences. That i mentored and coached. Embroi- tell you when i looked at that list staring back at me. It was like i saw myself for the first time because for so many of us regardless of where you are on your entrepreneurial journey listening in right now you we tend to see ourselves first through the lens of the organization or occupation that we work for rather than really seeing that. Those skills are inherent to us. Solomon encourage you. Even if you've been in the entrepreneurial journey for for for a while look at what you're still doing every day and ask yourself list those things out and ask yourself. Should i be doing these things and start to cross the mountain. You'll see yourself and how you're spending your time in a completely new
Somali Refugee Farmers Put Down New Roots in Rural US
"A group of somali refugees descended from slaves who escaped extortion rape and death in their home country and to live for years in baron refugee camps in kenya planting the seeds of a new life literally as immigrants in the united states. We did not Since nineteen ninety-one after now so we got the sense of peace the sense of community. We have been this. Is daniel dickinson and for this. Lead is on podcast from u. n. news. I've traveled to maine a strikingly fertile. Rural state in the north east of the us to learn about how a community of former refugees has started a farming association to preserve their indigenous culture and support their resettlement and integration enjoy new american life muhammad muhammad house these stony earth on his one tenth of an acre plot of farmland just outside the twin cities of lewiston open in maine dressed in a t. shirt shorts and a colorful woolen hat. He's energetic and committed to working the soil by hand as the midday sun beats down on him. He's nurturing beans and corn on hulu better. And i'm happy because i am waking the lund. I'm sitting a lot. So i'm getting good physics. I will use some of the beans under the corn for the family and the rest. I will sell. Muhammad muhammad is growing african friend corn a grain which somalis used to make a traditional flat. Bread called moo fall right now. The seedlings are just a few inches high bought within two to three months. And with the right care though grow into seven foot plants way down by numerous as of tasty corn.
Condo Collapse Death Toll Rises to 78
"And rescuers in Surfside, Florida are watching the number of people unaccounted for falling and the death toll rising. Now. 78 people confirmed dead after 14 more bodies were pulled from the rubble. The Champlain Tower South Building. Miami Dade Mayor Daniel Levine Cava says authorities have yet to locate 62 people who've been unaccounted for. Since part of the condo building collapse more than two weeks ago. This recovery is moving forward. With great urgency as we work 24 hours a day on the pile to recover victims and bring closure to all of the families still waiting. This week. Florida Governor Rhonda Santos said the 40 year old building had problems from the start. Authorities have launched a grand jury investigation into the collapse.
Rookie Reliever Hits Slam off Scherzer, Pads Sting Nats 9-8
"Transgressions RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the San Diego Padres a walk off ninety eight win over the Washington nationals after trade Turner second home run of the game gave Washington an eight to nothing lead with Max Scherzer on the mound San Diego would put together a seven run fourth inning highlighted by rookie Padres reliever Daniel Camarena is grand slam Fernando to tease junior went two for five with his twenty eighth home run in twenty a stolen base becoming the youngest player to have twenty home runs and twenty stolen bases before the all star break Philip gone San Diego
The Haunting of Pfister Hotel
"Celeste sped up trying to outpace her mother as they walked through the opulent lobby of the pfister hotel. The night had been going fine until she mentioned. Celeste boyfriend daniel. Her mom launched into a tirade that he was going nowhere and not good enough for her. Now all celeste wanted was to pack and catch the first plane out of milwaukee as she approached the grand staircase for mom called out to her. Celeste spun around and put her hands on her hips. She told her mother that she didn't want to hear it. Celeste was tired of her expectations if her mom at screwed up her own life. That was her problem. It didn't give her the right to control everyone else. So less words rang through the empty lobby but her mom didn't respond. Celeste realize that her mother's face had gone white and she was trembling. Celeste harp plummeted. She'd gone too far. She'd been angry but she hadn't meant to hurt her mother like that. Celeste started to apologize but her mom cut her off racing shaking finger to point toward the stairs. Celeste turned and saw women's standing behind her. She wore an old fashioned dress with the bodice of blue lace for wide skirt in long black hair billowed out around here as though blown by an unseen wind. Her eyes were wide with and your arms flailed wildly as though she'd lost her balance but it wasn't the woman's appearance that made celeste blood. Run cold it was the fact that she fluted three feet off the ground.
Talking Upcycling With ReGrained's Daniel Kurzrock
"Man. I'm great michael chief. She officer also. Ceo and co founder. You wear on ads over there. So i'm excited. Start today because we're going to talk about up cycling something that you've been pretty intimately involved with for about a decade now and i wanna talk about white kind of where word is and where it's going but i also want to hear a little bit about how you got started. So we're i think the original idea behind regan was you're basically taking spent beer ingredients. Barley hops and making protein bars. Is that right or did. I got the wrong close. Actually the first thing we ever made was bred. Okay yeah so. I was An underage home. Brewer as an undergrad. Start making my own beer because by the ingredients to do it and use about a pound for six pack. Every time we made a batch Equivalent of blake twenty thirty pounds of oatmeal with barley. But it's like saturate Soggy basically like a like meal and putting it into brad to sell the friends to brew for free didn't have the cycling language you know at the at the time that came that came later Then hip problem bread next day. Buy fresh bread anymore A lot of bars is an avid doors person and the started making making bars with it. You know as we were really thinking through what we're actually doing today around ingredients. I'm so glad that that pressed product instead of like throwing this in the compost spin which most responsible people wanna down in there being responsible you when once it further and used it for food. Consumption made those into calories that people consume what. Where'd you get that. He had actually bake bread with like spent grains. Yeah so there's actually a really rich. History of home brewers and also brewpubs Round the world probably more familiar with Around the us of using some portion of their grants from burn. Because it's well documented for many years of this really nutritious material bring has taken a sugar was left is a lot of great protein and
Business Coach Daniel Giordano on How He Approaches Developing & Working With Businesses
"Of the things that you do is is have conversations with people that are trying to figure out how the scale their business and you mentioned something upfront about you know you getting in the frame of mind to talk with these people and start the conversation. So how do they find you. How do you find them. And when you prep for this. What's the frame of mind that you're thinking great question so i i basically i take every Conversation as a An opportunity to excel and help that person and literally you know. You hear this in the sales world in any trainings that you may have done or any person. That's helped you with you being to increase your sales In scale your business but you usually hear you know. Don't attach yourself to the outcome right. And for the longest time. I would struggle with because the outcomes. Obviously i need to you know. Obviously create revenue or a But what i started to realize is like it's just a numbers game and The more let go of that. And the more i just come to that conversation of you know. How can i actually support this person whether they become a client or not an are they the right fit for. What i'm looking to do are what they're looking to do. Can i really help them. And that one that one shift for me alone years ago just took off the pressure of trying to sell your clothes. And i always tell people. I am not a hardcore closer. I'm kind of timid and laid back in and out you know. Don't push people into things that they don't belong in Because i really want what's best for them as well. And i really don't want to deal with anyone listening to this. You probably have Whatever product or service you you offer you probably have had clients that you wished were not right. And that's usually because they were sold something they shouldn't have been sold right absolutely. And i you know i've run into that and actually have gotten into the mindset of all talk to anybody i'll give them something of value but immediately what i'm doing is kind of pre qualifying them. I i now know in my business. There are certain things. There's certain attribute that they need to have in order for me to be successful for them.
How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly
"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games
MLB Seeking Meeting With Trevor Bauer’s Accuser in Sexual Assault Investigation
"On Joey Chestnut. That in just moments right now, though, get more out of your summer with savings on innovative washers and dryers during the Fourth of July savings event at the Home Depot, Give your laundry room and upgrade with big savings in store and online on top appliances Right now, you'll save a bundle celebrates summer. With the Fourth of July savings event at the Home Depot. How doers get more done us only while supplies last free delivery on purchases of $396 or more. Valid through July. 14th what is left? Or a champion to accomplish. We discuss next Chris Carlin and for Barton Han on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app. Coming up Tuesday. Aaron Rodgers drama continues in Green Bay, and I'll tell you why the two sides need to figure this out right now. Keyshawn J. Willens Zubin Tuesday morning on ESPN radio. This is the story of Daniel, who was born two months early. He weighed £1.7 ounces. His lungs weren't ready. His heart wasn't ready. His brain wasn't ready. At the hospital. The nurses said Daniel was a fighter and they would do all they could to help him, the doctor said. Even with the best care, Daniel may never walk,
Surfside Rescue Efforts Suspended Ahead of Demolition
"Efforts at the site of the collapse. Condo Tower and Surfside, Florida have been put on hold while crews prepared to demolish what remains of the building. There's a B C's Christina dela Rosa, Miami Dade Mayor Daniel Levine Cava, explaining why she changed her mind and is moving forward with the demolition. The remaining portion of Champlain Towers south, still standing, stressing her team got a second opinion We had not heard from this particular demolition expert This expert has the experience to move very quickly. That resource was brought to us. It was not known at the time the focus now I'm bringing down the dangerous structure as soon as possible. Yeah. And 24. People are now confirmed dead in Surfside 121 people still remain missing. There's also a rescue mission at the site of the condo collapse for a cat. Last seen on the lower floor of what remains of the 12 story building. Officials say demolition of what remains of the structure could begin as soon as tomorrow, and
Austrian GP Qualifying Report
"Qualifying the australian grand prix gave us a show. Ending with max. Stop with yet another pole position and starting alongside him on the front very smart will be none other than landowners. Who had a fantastic session today. Sergio perez loaded into with the mercedes drivers training in fourth and fifth after they were unable to improve in that final key. Three laps as was the case. In last weekend's grand prix the sap inset poll on his first run in the final part of qualifying norris had been second off the opening runs and held onto take his best career. Qualifying spot peres jumped to third with his final lap which bumped hamilton brought us down as neither driver went faster on my second attempt in q. Three they were followed by the alpha. Towery papier as and yuki sonoda with sebastian vessel. Taking eight but he now faces a post qualifying investigation for appearing to impede fernando alonzo at the end of q. To george russell to ca- sensational ninth for williams in his fescue three appearance for the team. Which a call through to the final part of qualifying for the fast time. Since the twenty eighteen italian grand prix russell had anyone attempting kitri but managed to beat launched. Show to ninth place. An impressively managed to qualify on the medium compounds. The ferrari stayed on the medium ties throughout q two but with knocked out by russia's final effort call signs lead charlotte in eleventh while daniel ricardo was unable to find enough time on his final run and ended up that team.
NFL Bans Dwight Schar From Future Ownership Interest in Any NFL Team
"Minority owners coming in at some point, but he is the he is the sole owner after buying back the minority shares from Dwight Schar, Fred Smith and Bob Rothman. And what was a very contentious uh, I think And this is that I don't know if it's been publicly put out like this, But I think it was a takeover attempt by the minority owners who were looking for a greater evaluation on on their sale of their minority piece, and all of this negativity started to pop up. In the Washington Post started to pop up and and social media. These accusations were thrown out there, all of which, incidentally, Dan Snyder has claimed responsibility for even though he was not directly implicated in any of those things. Um, And the news today is twofold. One that Daniel Snyder is it was fined $10 million. At least the Washington football team was fined $10 million. The clarity on that is that $10 million will go to charities, which which Tania, his wife and Dan will choose. So it's a $10 million fine, but it'll all go to an important cause. The other thing. That I think is not insignificant in this is that Dang Dwight Schar, who was one of those minority owners, and a lot of people believed was involved in the smear campaign on on Daniel Snyder has been banned for life. From the NFL. So, uh, while we while we want to vilified, um some of the things that went on inside the Washington organization, the the campaign It was put out to embarrass and try to force. Mr Snyder to Snell also came to light and again, I'll read it, I'll say it again. Dwight Schar, who was a minority owner, has been banned for life from the National Football League. Take that of what you will. Um, but that's not the story. So a lot of people there's some misconceptions out
The History Behind the Creation of the Pride Flag
"So we all know the wonderful rainbow flag that has become a symbol for all members of the alphabet mafia. But where did it come from. So in nineteen. Seventy eight artists and designers. Gilbert baker was commissioned by san francisco city supervisor harvey milk who was one of the first openly gay elected officials in the united states to make a flag for the city's upcoming pride celebrations harvey. Milk is a lot of good information on that man out there too. I almost covered him. You were about to say strawberries. I was like oh. She would've like stumble over at five times getting louder until we're like women. Are you stroking you no. Don't worry your past the time. Line of where i needed. Okay though so baker who was a prominent gay rights activist gave a nod to the stripes of the american flag but drew inspiration from the rainbow to reflect the mini groups within the gay community. He was influenced by the flag of races. Which has five horizontal stripes red white brown yellow and black which was popular among the world. Peace and hippie movements of the nineteen sixties. The rainbow flags commissioned by the fledgling pride committee were produced by a team that included artists. lynn seager. Who is known as the fairy argyle rainbow. According to her she created the original dying process for the flags. Thirty volunteers hand dyed in stitch. The first two flags for the parade. The original flag design had eight stripes with a specific meaning assigned to each colors. They were hot pink for six read for life orange for healing yellow for sunlight green for nature blue for magic and art into gopher serenity and violet for spirit i really like. Did you not know that. The flag colors actually signified. Why did but. I don't know i didn't know what they signified. I knew they all had significance. But what they dropped the sex one after the assassination of harvey milk on november twenty seven nineteen seventy eight. The demand for the rainbow flag greatly increased in response. The paramount flag company began selling version using stock rainbow. Fabric was seven stripes. Red orange yellow. Green turquoise blue and violet as baker ramped up production of his version of the flag he to dropped the hot pink stripe because fabric in. That color was not readily available. God it makes sense. That was a manufacturing issue. Yes like you just couldn't do it easily. So he said not school would just keep the other ones. So in june of two thousand and eight designer daniel quasar released a redesign incorporating elements from both the philadelphia flag in the trans pride flag to bring focus on inclusion in progress within the community or retaining the common six stripe rainbow designs the base the called the progress flag ads variation of chevron along the hoist the features black brown light blue pink and white stripes to include the communities of marginalized people of color trans individuals and those living with hiv
Therapist Daniel Ellenberg Explains What Prevents Men From Forming Bonds With Other Men
"What do you think it's in the way of men getting close with other men. I think there's three different areas that are all related in some way but there are also separate one of them is competition and it's interesting that the word competition actually comes from the latin commentary which means to strive together and and what said to me is that a lot of competition actually isn't quite like that is actually much more doggy dogg. Beat the other show your strength dominate. And when you think about that paradigm when you bring that paradigm of winning at all costs into friendship. It doesn't go that well now. So i think that the competitive part of it is really enormous thing and guys don't normally talk about their inner world that they feel competitive with friends or they feel jealousies and i know for me. One of the things that i started doing earlier in my life was i started talking with friends about felt jealous of them which was like totally outline irish to do those types of things and i've found that actually brought us closer to talk about the real things and i. I have a fanatic. I used for intimacy. Because i don't associate it with sexuality intimacy. It can be put. It doesn't have to be the phonetic into me see and so allowing others to see into you and including your vulnerabilities is a way of getting closer but paradoxically and a really competitive model. When you're not showing that you don't wanna show that it's really really hard to get close. So that's one of the things. The second is homophobia. We learned that somehow. If you love other guys you're gay and you see one of the things that gets thrown. Oh you're so you're so you're it's an insult at least and it is a threat to the developing male psyche. And certainly all for being gay if they happen to be not a question about that but when you think about the social control of that is quite profound and the third is fear physical violence that when you get close to guys you know you get really close is you know potentially to say the wrong thing and with some guys in the wrong circumstances there can be actual threats that come your way and so. I think that the three of those acting together have a major negative impact in terms of guys developing relationships with other guys and it's also role model and seeing your father's you know other men knocked necessarily getting close with each other. So i think those are all obstacles to it
"daniel l." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on expert. I'm monica madman. And i'm doing by. Dan sheppard lane. I'm doing by dan sheppard high purple by jan shepherd twenty by jan shepherd. We have a. I've been saying this about him. Tell me if you think it's too much okay. I would say that. Daniel congressman is the sigmund freud of our generation. I think he's the most impactful psychologists of the last hundred years. I think it's accurate. That's not too much right. I mean. I don't want to associate freud because a lot of freud's ideas are now proven to be not true right but still you have to still honor his significance to the field of sites significant. Yes yeah then. Economy is a psychologist is the winner of the nobel peace prize in economics and recipient of the presidential medal of freedom. He had a hugely successful book called thinking fast and slow in the as a new book called noise. A flaw in human judgment and why. Dan economists so fun. In my opinion as he takes all these assumptions about how people think they think and he demonstrates through experiments that people don't act in the way they were all madge. Rationale were were quite a bit illogical rational in the way we make decisions and judgments it is worth saying that this is like one of the most brilliant people on earth and huge honor to be able to talk to him and he comes up all the time. Yeah when we talk about the narrative self or the experiential self though we talk about bias he basically i mean all guests have brought him up and just kind of goes to show that he's been on our list for so long so this was very very exciting. Owns lead back to congressman. Also if you don't like this episode or you do you want more. I do want to recommend adam. Grant had no comment on his show as well and it was tremendous..
"daniel l." Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"We have a. I've been saying this about him. Tell me if you think it's too much okay. I would say that. Daniel congressman is the sigmund freud of our generation. I think he's the most impactful psychologists of the last hundred years. I think it's accurate. That's not too much right. I mean. I don't want to associate freud because a lot of freud's ideas are now proven to be not true right but still you have to still honor his significance to the field of sites significant. Yes yeah then. Economy is a psychologist. He is the winner of the nobel peace prize in economics and recipient of the presidential medal of freedom. He had a hugely successful book called thinking fast and slow in the as a new book called noise. A flaw in human judgment and why. Dan economists so fun. In my opinion as he takes all these assumptions about how people think they think and he demonstrates through experiments that people don't act in the way they were all madge. Rationale were were quite a bit illogical in the way we make decisions and judgments it is worth saying that this is like one of the most brilliant people on earth and huge honor to be able to talk to him and he comes up all the time. Yeah when we talk about the narrative self or the experiential self though we talk about bias he basically i mean all guests have brought him up and just kind of goes to show that he's been on our list for so long so this was very very exciting. Owns lead back to congressman. Also if you don't like this episode or you do you want more. I do want to recommend adam. Grant had no comment on his show as well and it was tremendous..
"daniel l." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Realize. We don't really understand why this guy's blue we're toast. Yeah we have to transition into another role. We have to google i here. I was going to go back to this other thing about. How do you know what your emotional intelligence is by asking people. I recommend a primer key. Step media dot com okay because it describes each of the elements of emotion intelligence in detail. So you can reflect on it yourself and then you can ask people how my at stain positive when things go bad you can really dig down to each of the aspects. If you wanna do it. Key step media dot com. I'm going to do that. Because i think i overestimate my emotional intelligence all the time. I think overestimate everything about my intelligence. So it'd be it'd be nice to find out a couple of things. One is the called building blocks of emotional intelligence. It's a primer on each of the twelve subsets. the other is that remember dax. Everybody has a profile of strengths and limitations in my model twelve parts before main ones and then particular abilities within each and you can be really good at say empathy but not so good at emotional self control really good at staying positive or keeping your eye on their goal but not so good at working out differences conflict. Manage it depends. It's like going to to getting a physical. You know our your lips what your cholesterol good cholesterol on. And on and on so look at each part and people who coach this and lot of coaches do this in fact the one set of abilities that executives coached for the most emotional intelligence because it's key to leadership and coaches will help somebody densify something that they're not that good at but think they could benefit from getting better and that's a good attitude. It's not necessarily your worst thing. That may be hard for to change but something that could be better and that will help you a lot. If you get better. I think for anyone listening.
"daniel l." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome. Norm expert experts on expert. I'm dan sheppard joined by monica monsoon. And that's it. What were you going to say. There's just were interviewing a dan another. Dan goldman annual komen. Yes not unlike daniel shepherd that's right now. Daniel goldman is a phd an author and science journalists that wrote for the new york times reporting on the brain and behavioral sciences where he was twice nominated for a pulitzer prize yeltsin went to harvest deemed Unifil now of course everyone is heard. The term emotional intelligence and daniel is largely responsible for making that a popular word zeitgeist because he wrote the book. Emotional intelligence drawing on groundbreaking brain and behavioral research. Goeman shows the factors at work when people of high q. Flounder in those of modest. Iq do surprisingly well. These factors which include self awareness self management and empathy add up to a different way of being smart and the aren't fixed at birth. This was so fun to talk about. Because i'm really glad that e. q. Is bean finally like recognizes important. Yes valued yeah you have a high iq right thank you mean. I guess i guess so. Please enjoy daniel goeman. He's hello. Dr goldman will hello there. Hi dan i monica. Sorry for our tardiness. I'm going to blame my children. They're zooming from home and they just crashed our space and it took me a minute to get rid of them. Do you have children. I have grandchildren. Oh my goodness in ages from three do a twenty one six of them which is nice. But they're not here okay so we could speak the same language about the emotional wave of having children which has been the most profound experience in my life. What is the experience of grandchildren. Well it turns out there's a late and grandparent gene. That activates when you first full your first grandchild flood you with oxytocin monica. Do you have kids. I don't wanna give my parents grandma and so Oh yeah well. That's the nice thing being grandparents so this gene just flood you feel good hormones and so you just love your kids. Yeah it helps a lot. Well i used to say to my wife when the kids were screaming and crying or their babies. Mom gets oxytocin a lot longer than dad and i said you know. This does sound differently to me because i have as much as you oxo's and helps a lot it does. I'm surprised they haven't figured out how to synthesize And use it as a drug. It's coming. I'm sure i'm sure. But when you have the grand kids i have a fantasy that goes like this. Oh my gosh. I'll hold them. And i'll just be able to have all the love without the panic that have to do this right. 'cause it's not my job. Well no the great advantage of grandchildren is when you hold them and loves them. You feel really great. They do and then when they start doing something. That's a problem. you hand them back responsibility. Sounds ninth no. That's a perfect arrangement. I heard an interesting debate. Wants between you know who. Sam harris is known sam for years. I know well debating. I wanted say it was paul bloom. That makes the most sense to me..
"daniel l." Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"I believe we have donation thing on the website. I'll double check to make sure it's functioning. It's newer we. We started last month. I'd like to south. I know our listeners would like to as well. I would love to see this. Take off and do well. I think it's it could be a useful tool for teachers across the country in that could make a big difference. Give the website again. It's called the chalkboard review if you follow me on twitter it's in my bio so you can find me at mr daniel buck and then click on the link and my bio to the chalkboard review. And we'll take you to our twitter page. We only started Right before thanksgiving so. It's a newer endeavor. But everyone i talked to was like that doesn't exist yet. How does that not exist yet. so we think it could become something big and something important in something institutional that will really change the direction of education. You can't fix america without fixing education. It's a slow slog through a lot of problems that we have allowed decay and erosion and rust over many many years. And i think that you fix it in the classroom and it. It gives me a great great deal of comfort and exciting. It's exhilarating to see someone who's young and idealistic like yourself. Who's committed to this And i think it's just wonderful. I'm happy to support you. I'd love to have you back anytime you want And i hope our listeners will go to the chalk board review dot com and support. What you're doing. Yeah thanks for having me on. It's been great to talk at this point. I i'm i'm a teacher still and i gotta go watch recess right now. I have beyond go. Do the lord's work fantastic that you do at thank you i find. I have a good day..
"daniel l." Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Twitter is to paraphrase a term used by the fcc chairman back in nineteen sixty. One about television. Mr minnow said it was a vast wasteland eve. He dared everyone in the audience at a convention where he was speaking to watch twenty four hours of television. Not just your favorite program. Watch twenty four hours of television and you will see that it is a vast wasteland the guy who wrote it for him had more to say about that but he limited to that phrase which became very famous. And in fact the fella's name the fcc chairman said that was meno and it was after him that the minnow the uss minnow was named in gilligan's island because the creator of that tv show did not appreciate the chairman of the fcc suggesting that everything on television was trash. He thought he was making a program of some art high. Or low you that but when we talk about vast wastelands of the modern era shirley twitter would be one. My wife will often ask me. Because she is blissfully off of all forms of social media. She still does crazy. Things like reads classical books and and talks to our and cooks meals and has actual telephone conversations with relatives in india. She's very nineteen fifties but the vast wasteland twitter all that to say sometimes yields for me as a talk show host Some pearls that. I find hidden away as i go. Searching and one of them was a fellow named daniel book. I read a post. He put up and i'm not even sure how i read it because i didn't follow him. I didn't notify him. He's a teacher in wisconsin. Why would i know this guys. And i probably have shoes older than him. He's a young guy. The post was modern teacher training programs and he talks about being teacher and and how they train him we made. Blm friendship bracelets in our capstone. Course i was told to make my students activists. Many of our readings dealt with crt schools. I don't know what that is back until it's bad instead of papers. Many graduate students wrote acrostic poems. So i start looking at some of the things this this is about like. He says if we read a classic work if we read a classic work with students we were told to do so through a marxist lands.
"daniel l." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"That's right so we never owned got tested before him both covert. Nasd's it'll be a full screen. Oh yeah okay okay. You said mercedes has been the best formula one for eight years or so. In fact they just this weekend sealed up the manufacturers cup for the seventh year in a row which is now a record in f one no other manufacturers over one at seven years in a row. Okay well mercedes. Drivers have won. Nine world champions. So lewis hamilton is one what six for them. I don't know you need to say these things earlier from to trash. Okay okay but two thousand and twenty two thousand eighteen two thousand eighteen two thousand seventeen two thousand and sixteen thousand fifteen two thousand fourteen nineteen fifty five thousand nine hundred fifty four big. Oh that's a big big boy up so seven years in a row for the driver to. Yeah well i think lewis has been driving for them. Every year they. I watched his letterman. Yeah yeah i mean Yes this world. Except now. I know everything 'cause daniel yami and then i watched that show and i thought it was really interesting seeing this sports so niche and we'll also nation also. There's this trend in sports that when a black athlete breaks through this kind of white ceiling. It's so exciting. Like when tiger woods did they may golf so popular. Yeah i think lewis. Hamilton's been so amazing for the sport because there just weren't black drivers and then all of a sudden the one that shows up is now the greatest of all time so it's really cool so cool and it was even crazier when they show him because he's the only black family out there it okay. So that's one thing. I don't know the people and i definitely do not understand is like go-carts how people start but go karts is not i- pitcher go-carts is like a it's hundred and twenty miles like i have a shifter kart and mangoes one hundred twenty five miles an hour kids..
"daniel l." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Okay okay wow sorry for the delay. It's early for us. This is too early for us. We're night owls college. Is i hope you take it as a compliment. I can't think of anyone else. I look it up early for like this. Thank you except where are you at right now. I'm in portugal at the moment so we got the next race this weekend so yeah. We don't stop till pretty much those day with like media and marketing stuff and then practiced off friday when you have a race weekend. How early do you get there first of all. You don't live in portugal do you know. Okay okay well. We're base in europe to roy's like around. That's too vague. What are you talking about base in. Yeah i'm based in north america. Is that helpful. Alga sounds or something. Yeah okay that makes sense. That's like people here. I don't know if you know this but people who have gone to harvard if you ask them where they went to college they'll go. Oh i went to school in boston. Everyone's like okay. I like to play a lower case. But yeah sean based on code but we move around and this is basically just compressed everything into europe so far like overseas races today. You question to go like to austin. Probably because i like the city but i'll get there like company the monday before the race just to get a few days. Also get over the jet lag. Yeah i was gonna wondering that you go to all these awesome places like the f one calendar takes you. You know the most amazing places people would definitely want to go visit. But i assume i imagine it's kind of like when i go somewhere to do a movie. It's like i'm excited to go. And then i just don't do one thing i. I'm in my hotel room. And then i do the work on their to do so. I'm wondering like how much do you actually get to enjoy. The city's you go to try and make a habit of if it's a city i'm excited about all trying to go early will stay off data but yeah it's not a waste away with commitments afterwards with the team all sponsors but yeah like the first few years so one. I was very much like hotel track apple and also just very like this is and that's it. Yeah but now. I try to make a habit of spending a at a time and destination and actually either learn a bit about the place. We'll just try and say the place so when it's all said and done i can actually say i did more than just drive around a racetrack. Yeah i'm so glad you have that perspective because you know there might be a pursuit. That's more goal oriented than yours like. It's just all about how you finish on that sunday so to learn to enjoy the process and not miss the whole experience. I have imagined so many drivers ended up just missing the entire experience. Because you're so myopically focused on that one moment in time. So i'm very delighted to hear that you're just kinda prancing around these places and brackets memories. yeah absolutely. I had a bit of a moment. It was a few years ago..
"daniel l." Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Okay okay wow sorry for the delay. It's early for us. This is too early for us. We're night owls i apologize. I hope you take it as a compliment. I can't think of anyone else. I look it up early for like this. Thank you except where are you at right now. I'm in portugal at the moment so we got the next race this weekend so yeah. We don't stop till pretty much those day with like media and marketing stuff and then practiced off friday when you have a race weekend. How early do you get there first of all. You don't live in portugal do you know. Okay okay well. We're base in europe to roy's like around. That's too vague. what are you talking about. Base on based in north. America is that helpful alga sounds or something. Yeah okay that makes sense. That's like people here. I don't know if you know this but people who have gone to harvard if you ask them where they went to college they'll go. Oh i went to school in boston. Everyone's like okay. I like to play a lower case. But yeah sean based on code but we move around and this is basically just compressed everything into europe so far like overseas races today question to go like to austin. Probably because i like the city. But i'll get there like company the monday before the race just to get a few days. Also get over the jet lag and stuff. Yeah i was gonna wondering that you go to all these awesome places like the f one calendar takes you. You know the most amazing places people would definitely want go visit. But i assume i imagine it's kind of like when i go somewhere to do a movie. It's like i'm excited to go. And then i just don't do one thing i i'm in my hotel room and then i do the work on their to do so. I'm wondering like how much do you actually get to enjoy. The city's you go to try and make a habit of if it's a city i'm excited about a i'll try and go early will stay off but yeah it's not a ways away with commitments afterwards with the team all sponsors but yeah like the first few years so one. I was very much like hotel track apple and also just very like this is and that's it. Yeah but now. I try to make a habit of spending a at a time and destination and actually either learn a bit about the place. We'll just try and say the place so when it's all said and done i can actually say i did more than just drive around a racetrack. Yeah i'm so glad you have that perspective because you know there might be a pursuit. That's more goal oriented than yours like. It's just all about how you finish on that sunday so to learn to enjoy the process and not miss the whole experience. I have imagined so many drivers ended up just missing the entire experience. Because you're so myopically focused on that one moment in time. So i'm very delighted to hear that you're just kinda prancing around these places and brackets memories. yeah absolutely. I had a bit of a moment. It was a few years ago..
"daniel l." Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"He's fantastic enjoy. Daniel ricardo louis or supported by me under the under the media. Miandi this holiday season. We actually have an excuse to not go to aunt. Karen's house undies is stove. Say they're cozy lounge wearing coming on. These will be your holiday hibernation uniform. This.
"daniel l." Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Sleep tight I don't know whether to do my australian accent or my italian god. There's so many options because our guest his ethnicity is a talion. Or as i say italian yet he is also so you would do us. Because would you do an indian accent for me. You probably would get offended before. I knew you i might have but now i've changed my ways. Yeah all right so. Let me say the danielle rookie card. L. sounds nice. Good i done. You'll care they'll it's getting worse. Daniel ricardo is kind of tied for my favorite formula. One driver. He was awesome. You'll nervous right no. I wasn't nervous. I just like i don't know anything about this and i'm probably going to have to count sheep in my head during the interview or something because i'm just i'm just not interested but then i was super interested. Well right. I guess what i meant. Your fear level was is that is a race car driver correct for the show like is that something that would interest arm cherries. And i think we were both relieved to see that. He is so dag. Nabet charming that he transcends that that sport totally now. I love this sport. Now is my favorite sport. You started watching the netflix show. Yeah daniel ricardo. Which if you're in italy you would pronounce it daniel ra- though because it's got to cease. But he is in alsi so he says rick hairdo. He probably didn't say that way anyways. He is currently a formula one driver and he won some awards two thousand fourteen. Lorenzo bandini trophy. And the two thousand and fifteen laura's breakthrough of the year. He has seven wins in formula one. Thirty one podiums and three pole positions. He's fantastic enjoy. Daniel ricardo louis or supported by me under the under the media. Miandi this holiday season. We actually have an excuse to not go to aunt. Karen's house undies is stove. Say they're cozy lounge wearing coming on. These will be your holiday hibernation uniform. This is your sign. Stay in and cuddle up. Be a bear in lounge pants and hibernate your little butt off now. I broke out me lounge. Wears me onesies. When i was visiting aaron emissions of so chilly there but now it's getting chilly here so i've been in me.
"daniel l." Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Nine. Sleep tight I don't know whether to do my australian accent or my italian god. There's so many options because our guest. His ethnicity is a or as i say italian yet. He is in alsi. So you would do us because would you do an indian accent for me. You probably would get offended before. I knew you i might have but now i've changed my ways. Yeah all right. So let me say the danielle rookie card l. Awesome nice good. i done. you'll care they'll it's getting worse. Daniel ricardo is kind of tied for my favorite formula. One driver. He was awesome. You'll nervous right no. I wasn't nervous. I just like i don't know anything about this and i'm probably going to have to count sheep in my head during the interview or something because i'm just i'm just not interested but then i was super interested right. I i guess what i meant. Your fear level was is that is a race car driver correct for the show like is that something that would interest arm cherries and i think we were both relieved to see that he is so dag nabet charming that he transcends that that sport totally now. I love this sport. Now is my favorite sport. You started watching the netflix show. Yeah daniel ricardo. Which if you're in italy you would pronounce it daniel ra- though because it's got to cease. But he is in alsi so he says rick hairdo. He probably didn't say that way anyways. He is currently a formula one driver. And he's won some awards two thousand fourteen. Lorenzo bandini trophy. And the two thousand and fifteen laura's breakthrough of the year. He has seven wins in formula one. Thirty one podiums and three pole positions..
"daniel l." Discussed on Ear Snacks
"Ask Bill how old are y'all. Hey Girl Elise eight years old step you are in five and five. I have already said. Daniel is a Nashville based singer songwriter. And he just put a wonderful kids album called. I love rainy days and it. It is nominated for best children's album this year in the sixty second grammy awards. I don't know if you know this about Daniel but we also love rainy rainy days. It's true we did a whole episode about rain so we're wondering what are some of your favorite things to do on rainy days I'll go first Hot Chocolate Oh yeah checkers. What do you like Tinkerbell Plum Canyon? Jump Roping Roping. I don't think I can't play piano while I jump rope following. You can try you. You could dry it out later but another question for Y'all is how did you come up with ideas for these songs well I kind of I thought of one has them the all the letters. Yes Yeah Tinkerbell L. sounding good there yet. Tinkerbell saying that Daniel I love the sounds of this record you have raindrops in car. Sounds and lots of different. Sounds of the world Can you tell us some other. Sounds like yeah. Go ahead tilly. Sh what does that Hershey law. uh-huh okay we know that you you work with a lot of talented people in music writing songs and producing them like Casey mass graves and other awesome Nashville. People you've worked with and it sounds like there are some some really talented people on this particular album to tiger lily digger. Can you tell us a little bit about working being with those superstars and what they brought to this project. That made it special for you. Yeah how does working with your daughter is compared to working with Casey. Musk graves I would say. Hey that it's pretty similar you know Casey's one of those people that immediately improves the sound of Song with her voice and I would say that My daughters are the the same way when you have a song. If it's a good song they sing on it. It just becomes better till a children's album Now I'm on the Jim too. I think it's kind of like cold like like us. Children and our children's L. it just kind of makes it more unique. It's lovely day. Let's go for Dr. You feel like it. Let's let's go for.
"daniel l." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To take place next week the farm is a a party hall an institution on the west side it's been seized by the IRS to rule will be put up for auction next week the owner Daniel L. says Sir says that the iris sees the property is putting it up for auction begin because he failed to pay a hundred twenty six thousand dollars in payroll taxes it's up for auction on January the twenty second ND he's putting out a the owner is putting out a please have someone stepped forward and actually I guess pay the back taxes in the eye according to according to else answer the farm and dell hi is worth about one point five million dollars in hopes to leverage the real estate to secure a loan to pay the back taxes not when that when this is transpired this takes many many many months is doesn't happen overnight now the words when an employer takes money out of employees paycheck and holds it in trust you have to in many cases match that amount if it's certain kinds of withholding and then send a check or have the seizure of your account to to the government and so the farm knew or should have known for many months this day was coming and you can't only a hundred and some thousand dollars when the property is worth millions and I would assume it's worth that but I I've been by it a few times of have not been in a in a very long time and so at this point we're not sure what's going to happen L. Sasser says the farm is serve the community for like seventy years they want to stay in business and we're asking the public to pray for the farm late at night before I go to bed I always say a prayer for those of my friends and buddies that are hurting generally physically but also emotionally I'm not going to put the farm on my list of those I'm praying for the match started by doing he says a rubber chicken there I'm told some fried chicken and some green beans but as a business owner that's not your money when you take money out your employees paychecks you take the money out and then you have to transmit it within a quick period of time I think it's a week or ten days to the government either the IRS withholding taxes and or to the state where the money is owed for example a match diamonds big paycheck you gets twice a month there's a chunk of money I'm sure thousands of dollars that are higher media takes out of his paycheck and for withholding the exact character and then it's your job as the employer you have the tax ID number is to send that money to the appropriate government authority and if that hasn't happened that's a crisis speaking of that memo have you been to the farm and dell hi because it's been seized by the IRS the farm no longer exists I've not been there why not I even you have invited I'm not going there are no I'm I'm I'm waiting for your invitation not a secondary front I would have little or no interest in tonight's game with Joe burrow into comes into except for the fact that we got a quarterback who is a Jew is he a generational quarterback reminds me of a Peyton manning some of that character who says he wants to play for the bangles yeah this is almost impossible yeah you raise the idea a bit a while ago that maybe it's possible the number one draft choice would not want to be a Bengal and go to federal court to overturn the whole system I repeat I raised that possibility yeah well okay another Joe burrow it does they gave a more interesting you that on the other one has less interest to me because now I'm gonna watching it through the lens of bangles fan fearing that something bad's gonna happen to Joe burrow I need the referees to do their job tonight in the first Tim put him in a cocoon ID Clemson to run the football dominated time of possession let's get this bad boy over about two hours and forty so you don't want to wait at all I I'm I'm could not care less about who wins I'm looking is through the lens of if it can't go wrong for the bank yeah well he does it well and what we haven't had is the presumptive number one overall pick who's gonna come to Cincinnati and be you know the guy that's going to lead this team into the into the next decade and save professional football in Cincinnati going down with some sort of injury tonight the compromises his his NFL view that would be perfect yeah no one people was over I'm watching this game tonight through that lens only I'm not going to enjoy this I hope Joe plays well I you know would be cool if if the Bengals had a national championship quarterback on some level and from an NFL standpoint there's a thousand dies on both teams were gonna play on Sundays so the Bengals have huge draft it's not to say that the bangles can just wrap job world that they can draft a lot of guys on the field tonight but more than anything I want this to be over I want this to be over I want Joe Berle as well as Joe Berle walks off the field I win you know what a good job a Carter moment you don't wanna Carter moment got injured in his first preseason game against the Detroit Lions in nineteen ninety five right this would be this would be that that would be perfect is would be next level yes so at this point we're gonna hope meant mainly he's in like bubble wrap yeah that nothing bad happens let's let's hope the the LSU offense of line does its job let's hope that the Clemson Tigers dominate time of possession or Joe burrow in Ellis you so thoroughly blow them out in the first half that he doesn't have to play that he's playing a whole I think I saw on ESPN this morning he's like two hundred sixty yards from setting the Alice you from them from the most yards in the most points ever scored their close to some national record that he's going to go for it yeah this is his last opportunity any as such respect and love for L. issue because them taken out of the high state situation that he wants the plane was the way I can't conceive of this being a blow out no I think it's gonna be a really good game and and you have tonight the quarterback who is probably gonna go number one overall this year and the guy who I would imagine as the front runner to go number one overall next year playing the same position and Trevor Lawrence know that this should be a really fun game it should be a really high scoring game and you know let's face it as much as people beat up on Clemson's a non league schedule they are the reigning champion they did not beat Ohio state though this one is over the last three for SEC official they they took advantage of a horrible overturned on that touchdown that was raised apples and possession it was awful it was awful that said they're still down sixteen to nothing early after having been dominated against the team that I think Willie is maybe the best college football team to not play for a national championship over the last ten to fifteen years they had to come back to do that and one Ohio state kicked it away to on the Clinton took over I think at the six yard line they needed points for Lawrence went down the field and got in for place so they deserve to be here now I agree with a lot of Buckeye fans they got host there's that's inescapable but that doesn't mean you have to discredit the Clemson who again won it last year as a coach is beatnik saving the national title game twice so this is a formidable challenge for Ellis you I think it's going to be a really good game what what I think is going to be interesting those to see of Clemson can hang with them score for free four score for score if Ellis you scores almost at will which is what they did against Oklahoma I don't think you can do that against Clemson but you go into this game thinking Ellis use going to get at least twenty eight to thirty five points can Clinton match that that's the question answers yes because the team that beats next say been twice neighborhood in a way to beat him last year complete domination then with Ohio state to March ninety four yards when they had to do it to win they went and did it when you're down sixty boys now one might argue I station about up twenty one to nothing or twenty in a pilot more yes and the bad calls to the SEC officials and the replay officials from the SEC screw this thing up so that their team Alice you would not play Austin I'm not conspiratorial enough all I believe I believe no I I I think Jeffrey upstream for example was murdered I'm a lot of people for a lot of people share that view he was a lot of people share that Ohio state was murdered Ohio state was screwed no I don't think there was anything malicious or nefarious supply here I think it was a matter of just basic human error and replace then you look at that and say three feeder down I don't resent it it's it's absurd did make a football move what the hell's that football movie about three steps you had found it all as a football analyst you in that moment got screwed now they had the lead with less than five five minutes to go and the football and Clemson territory and they decided upon it away right or wrong there's a lot of coaches that would have kicked it away they had a chance to get a stop in if they get it they're probably playing tonight so ends as we mentioned there up sixteen nothing it felt like it should've been twenty four nothing maybe twenty eight off Dominic so they had opportunities bots yeah in that instance they got screwed and if I don't know if I'm an Ohio state fan I'm having a hard time watching tonight because they should have won that game USA today has a column up about the lack of diversity in the NFL that Marvin Lewis should about heart somewhere as opposed to the coaches that were hired the person in charge of the diversity committee the National Football League is Katie Blackburn brown do you sense there needs to be more affirmative action with the hiring of coaches no and if so how about players in the NBA who are overwhelmingly not white sure we have white players picked to play in the NBA to represent the population it is the flip side of that coin equally good and we're not going to do that in the NBA I think what has to happen in the NFL is if you want more African American coaches there need to be more African Americans in court in a rolls and assistant roles now about the enemy the enemy deserves a job he deserves to be out of the offense to Casey how how was that yesterday with that there will getting wailed fifty one points twenty four and up the the argument that well he doesn't call plays is lazy they that there's there's the the the characteristics you need I think to be a successful head coach in the NFL have little to do with how you call please can you lead up can you set a tone can you communicate can you make.
"daniel l." Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Our guest this week on the chronicles is Daniel Durso. He is a US Army veteran run of World War Two he served in a tank battalion in the European theater. Anisa thank you very much for being with US thank you. Let's start at the very beginning of your story. When and where were you born why I was born in a small town in northeastern Pennsylvania freeland Pennsylvania the years at most of us were nineteen twenty four four and talk about growing up in that community As a child. Obviously when you're about five or so the Great Depression hit What was it like in your family? Well I'll tell you what growing up during the depression as a teenager was a tremendous challenge. There was all kinds of sacrifices that had to not made and there are a lot of stories that I could tell that took place in my family and during the depression days and one was as an example where they were eight children so Eight children and my mother made nine people now. The ice cream store down in town so to dips of ice cream. Dip of ice for a dime and each Friday. We would get three ice cream cones each person would either get a ice cream or a ice or cone and this was set up in such an efficient way that it revolved evolved and everybody's got an equal treat all the time now. That was one of the kinds of things that happened within the family and other in fact back. That's where we got our first radio by the way we got our first radio in nineteen thirty seven and that was quite a treat in something big change in our family something that maybe might be worth saying that during that time. President Roosevelt had a program called the new deal and part of that was the WPA the APPEA- a most people may not have heard of that. It was the workers program for married men and each person received forty three dollars a a month just to put some money in the House and another plan was CCC where young men were taken to work out in the open and Their pay was eighteen dollars a month. They were given food and they were giving a place to sleep so with growing up. Most of the soldiers in the ages. I'm thinking from like maybe nineteen to twenty six grew during the depression and we grew up with great sacrifices. No pleasure no entertainment and we carried the same belief the same lifestyle right into the army and it gave us an opportunity to challenge the demands the request that make a good soldier and I think this was one of the things that thousands and thousands of men in the army grew up during that period and took that within successfully into the service. Mr Durr so you were roughly seventeen years old. When Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese? What do you remember about that event? You know many people ask that question about her harbor day. You know. I was in a situation where I did not hear that till the next day so I All the news was all all spread by then and of course I did have that real jolts that many people did have because I wasn't there that first day but everyone one was really in a state of shock and surprise and now knowing that maybe life would be different. When did you join the service? I entered the service march of nineteen forty three. I was nineteen years old and from there I was called to to where the group of US recalled together at the under the canopy of the rest. which theater in Freeman where? There were cheers. There were tears and many people crowded around. You know a lot of people didn't work and have worked so there was a lot of crowds as we boarded. The bus. Say Man's band played played. God bless America and off. We went to Indian town. Gap Indian town gap was the indoctrination center. And what I remember about that. That right there you lust your identity. You suddenly became part of this big thing everybody after one day or wearing the same clothing. Everybody's being the bunk. You're surrounded by a group of men almost all the same age and you now became part of that. And you're no longer were who you were. That was my assumption. That is I recall it wherever you sent for training. Well I was very lucky. I was very lucky because I went to Camp Campbell Kentucky and they never told us to. We got there as a matter of fact. Five of the men from freeland from my own town also went to this location. We went there for the formation of a tank Battalion The seven hundred second tank battalion and and that was a tremendous advantage because it was like like starting a clash everybody started from the beginning. The training was right down the line and it was very effective and much better than walking into a organization that was already operated and try to fit in. We had the opportunity of being part of something brand new and it was really pretty exciting. And what role did they give you in the tank battalion. Well after it was short while you were assigned to different responsibilities I became the governor. I became the governor and one of the forty five tanks and the Talian and or training went from there to Tennessee where we went to Tennessee. Maneuvers talk about how easy or difficult it was to learn what was like to operate at tank. Frankly was was not a hard to learn because it was so interesting and so challenging that it became like like fun and you were among men with happy attitude and and everybody had the same challenge and everybody was trying to get the same results so actually it. It wasn't it wasn't much of a challenge. It was more of of something new in life a new experience and it all went on from there. What type of ammunition were you firing out of your gun well tank? Ah We had a Sherman tank Sherman tank. We'd thirty two ton. The main gun was a seventy five. Millimeter it also had a fifty caliber on talk. I had a fifty caliber. Also as part of my queuing in and there was a thirty millimeter down front thirty caliber. I'm sorry thirty caliber. We're down front. A fifty caliber on top and a seventy five millimeter in the heavy. We're speaking with World War veteran Daniel Durso. US Army veteran of world were to. We'll be right back on veterans chronicles. Welcome back veterans chronicles on the Radio America network. I'm Greg Columbus. Thanks for being with us on it to be speaking today with Daniel L. Durso he's A. US Army veteran of world. War Two from Kentucky you were sent to Kansas and then eventually to New York before heading overseas sees how well prepared do you. Did you feel at the time to eventually go into battle. You know the whole thing was so well planned that I think we almost almost felt like professional soldiers. At least that was the attitude among the group there. We knew each other from the very first day everybody was part award of this big family. You might say and the moving from Kentucky in the summertime Tennessee in the fall and into the Winter Kansas in the cold of the winter and then to New York we hit all four seasons which gave us a great opportunity of being able to handle any type of weather there which is a big factor if you're on the field or in the army and then from there You know we went To New York when crush the Mauritania we went to the Martina which was a ship. I guess an English boat transported into a guests to army transport. There were thousands of men on the boat from there. We landed and it's interesting because it was just a complete plan out each step you move closer and closer to Berlin we went to. We landed at In England and we went down through England through the middle of England in fact we ended up in cannock the very center of Kingland and an interesting experience there. The German planes would come over every evening they would go north. They would go south and they would go east but they never dropped one shell on cannock while we were there and we happen to be billeted there for over five weeks and I will say we left a tremendous league league good impression with that community. Happy a couple of dollars walked away with wives and it was a kind of town like most little American towns and we fit fit right in so from there then we went to Southampton quish. You know would follow sat absolutely. We just got a couple of minutes here before we had our first break. Talk about going into France. When did that happen yes? We landed at France. Oh I guess about the middle of July why and this was five five or six weeks after half D. A. and we landed on a Sunday morning a bright sunny morning in a couple of miles south of Utah. Utah Beach and from there. We go I must say the harbor was loaded with boats as I remember remember and it was one beautiful scene and all of some of these were unloading. I guess several of them were waiting to unload and this was still in that lake almost like a plea track of one thing following another. They were supporting what was going on. On land fulfilling commitment that was destroyed and so forth was almost like a built. Okay like a built from one in each end developed as you got there and and actually the government and the army head is planned out pretty well our guest today on Veterans Chronicles Daniel Durso. He's a US Army veteran he served in the seven hundred second tank battalion alongside the eightieth division in the European Theater and Sarah when you got to France to south of Utah Beach Your unit unit engaged in some skirmishes with German. So that is the first combat that you faced. What was the real thing like compared to what you expected why we didn't get into combat right off the bat because we were used to kind of blockade some of the areas areas where the Germans might breakthrough and it was a small thing so we wear like moving around quite a bit the first three or four weeks just doing that and Having very very little position and but then we finally ended up that Satan Lamont's is in in Saint Lamont. We are joined up with the eightieth division. Now we are joined up with eightieth division and of course at that point we were told that there was something going on at a place called the gap and the gap was a great battle as it turned out and this was is the word so they moved us onto words the gap and where was that in France. Well now you're asking questions that maybe I would have to pull out a map again but let me say that. It was probably the south west of Paris because Paris was the battening we could really happen. was that after. After the Normandy success it was felt by the American leaders that Germany would pull behind across sane scene river and they set up a great defense and that his we're the great battle was to take place but as it turned out the Germans stayed back and continued to fight and this took about six weeks as I recall of wasted time wasted time in in the sense that are allied troops should have advanced according to our plan but was affected by the German staying behind and during this fighting writing they were kind of pushed over to the West somewhat and into kind of a pocket and this pocket was in the situation unworthy allies or the American troops were in one side the British and the Canadians on the other side and as the German try A to escape out through this opening this out was highway. I don't recall number of it but it was an outlet. We happen to gather with the British but prior to that when we went down to the gap to fight. We ended up in a tone tone call organ teen. We're going team was the name of the town or near. There is where we were set in. So we we weren't well prepared. We we got there and we jammed into battle quickly. We weren't prepared and we were spread out a little too for and we moved through the open in the area and approached the German troops on the outskirts of the town it was wooded area and we didn't expect this but suddenly there was everything thing but she gunfire some heavy shooting and as a matter of fact a tiger tank the first time we called it a tire tank. This tank moved out from behind the building and it got the tank to my left. It first shot we now. We were pretty close. We weren't more than then maybe five hundred yards they shot hit the lower track of the tank to my left hand. Seventy the side of his tank faced me and myself in a tank to the far left really plummeted that Tiger tank and put it out of action very luckily so we really. I guess it was felt that we were being pushed back a little so we pulled out. We went back into BIVOUAC. Reorganized prepared came back the next day and went right into battle and had a good fight and in fact had locked down the tanks because we got so close that the take commander didn't want his head out so we locked down the top and we were operating completely by periscope and it was pretty successful in the end and we got through that now. There's something I really wanted to tell you about that experience when we went back and I never saw this personally but the tank next to me when it was hit that was the tank that was hit by this tiger. The three men up in the Turret attempted to escape from the top and and supposedly from the Tang any other side. The commander saw a man. One of those men Lop Off..