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"daniel williams" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A novel coronavirus site is extremely concerning so like that's why we should be trying to take this seriously Smith is an activist and he says people at this encampment had questions about their ability to protect themselves from the virus potentially affect a lot of people around here because there's only one point of ideas using a hand washing station that doesn't work either that's definitely a participation health professionals say homeless populations are at high risk because they often suffer from underlying health conditions get limited medical care and lack access to running water in to limit your chances of getting the coronavirus basic sanitation is a big deal Daniel Williams as a primary care doctor with roots community health clinic in east Oakland she visits camps twice a week they don't have a place to wash their hands on a place to shower daily and the biggest thing that the CDC or anybody else that is hygiene hygiene hygiene how can you do that if you don't have access to water or shower Williams things Oakland and Alameda county should provide more hand washing stations and public restrooms seven Cisco has begun outreach to city shelters in Berkeley twenty sanitation centers have been added to something can't mince and it's a criminal county they've ordered batches of pure realm for homeless residents Peter Beale insane is the director of health services there we've been talking about getting them hand sanitizer to deal with their hygiene potential issues and making sure that we have motel rooms available should we have an outbreak is so that we can isolate them and get them tested but it's important to note that there are no cases among the homeless yet and state health officials say they are less likely to be exposed to the virus partly because they're usually not traveling internationally but Josh Bamberger says it doesn't mean city shouldn't prepare he's the associate director of the UCSF Benioff homelessness and housing initiative what these emergencies highlight is our basic failure of our system to serve the most vulnerable amongst us and if we can use these emergencies to improve the long term health of our vulnerable populations then it can be a wake up call a wake up call that homeless advocates hope will happen sooner rather than later I Molly Solomon KQED news now it's time for bay curious this week we're taking a road trip down the peninsula down to very different highways one feels like driving through a national park the other complete sensory overload it's lined with billboards mostly with ads for tech companies advertising to other tech companies in this got listener David share wondering why is highway one oh one plastered with billboards while highway two eighty just a little bit west doesn't have any billboards on it for an answer to that question David hit the road with reporter Christopher a gusa.
"daniel williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Twenty two minutes after the hour on a Christmas Eve edition of PFT live got some questions to answer whatever George kill we understand and coming up in about thirteen minutes Daniel Williams A. K. A. at black eighty eight a lead in each conference who do you think has the best chance to be a spoiler in the playoffs to crash the conference championships well in the AFC I think the Tennessee Titans could be a team that screws things up throws a wrench into the gears for multiple teams I would not want the Titans rolling into my stadium if I am a one of the teams with a bye week and it looks like the bye weeks are going to go to the ravens we know the raiders have won the patriots likely will have the other unless they fall to the dolphins in that case the chief would get the other if they beat the Chargers I don't want to mess with the Titans not Ryan Tannehill who's been playing it better than he ever has Derrick Henry if he's healthy that defense which is good enough to beat you I think the Titans can really screw things up I also think the bill's going to be dangerous you know for the Texans who said yesterday via coach bill o'brien it they're gonna play to win this week I think they want to try to get to the three see you don't want to be the four seed if you beat the Titans you not to worry about playing them is gonna be the Steelers or the raiders that you would say and if you're a four seater plane the bills you don't want to play the bills not the wild card round not ever the bills are good enough to beat anyone now they've had opportunities to be the patriots twice they had an opportunity to raven's they failed but that doesn't mean no found a single elimination setting in the NFC I hate to say it because I don't believe they could string it together for multiple weeks but all they really have to do with the cowboys win this weekend in the eagles lose to the giants which is not an impossibility the cowboys win in the wild card round against a forty Niners or Seahawks team did badly needs a break right now and won't be getting one in will have just lost in that Sunday night showdown with beast mode back cowboys win that game they could screw things up if the right cowboys team shows up for the road game at either San Fran or Seattle or at Green Bay or at New Orleans Dallas majora's early this year the final score two of the ten is a lot of history there's a lot of I'm Tony Dallas New Orleans that's yeah we we think about all the different playoff games in the a FC that we'd love to see would love to see the rating the patrons again would love to see the rating the chiefs again would not see the chiefs in the patriots again in the NFC we should be rude for cowboys saints to get together again the same should not be rooting for that this same should not want any part of the cowboys by Katie Italy no question take to make you believe the bill's chances like a playoff runners to lead to Dame threat they're gonna have to beat a team in the divisional round on the road Ben by then they'll be AFC championship qualifiers so you gotta believe I am I Jones has an important question have you would you entertain fielding viewer listener phone calls on your showers at the on the technological capabilities in West Virginia well now that the the technological capabilities have not passed us by it's funny art and I were discussing earlier taking calls a day was been so long since we did it we don't remember the phone number number the number and here's the other thing too and I think back to when Sirius NFL radio launched years before the merger with accent and I heard about and I didn't have serious radio I thought I need that I'm missing something this is great NFL content that which is really enhance my understanding of the game in information I could use in interviews that could be summarizing typed up and posted PFT this is great and when I got it like ninety percent of the content is some Yahoo calling in from Sheboygan talking about the Packers like I don't really care I don't care I don't care about someone's question that rattles on and on for forty five seconds or longer and then they answer the question now this Twitter mechanism is a hell of a lot more efficient because I can screen them ahead of time there's no chance somebody's gonna go Baba Bouie on me or drop an F. bomb like if Chris Simms would call into.
"daniel williams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"All right thanks to David Daniel Williams my goodness stage four cancer in a non smoker well I understand a comedy act is phenomenal by the way airy found we'll give you a little bit more info as as we go through the show so you know I I got to tell you the last few weeks you know we went through Elizabeth Warren's Medicare for all fit healthy trillion dollars total bargain right I just want to let everybody know that that Lloyd and I are are making our way through Bernie Sanders immigration plan where he wants the whole deportations and abolish ice and all that stuff while we're gonna talk about in in a little bit I guess if you come into the country it's not a it's not a crime or anything like that it is if you like Bernie you will love it if you do not love Bernie you're gonna say while a lot so those are two plans are hot garbage and by the way I'm not a Republican or Democrat I'm a I'm a skeptic but I've seen very little out of the Democrats come with any decent ideas and if they don't come up with some good ideas soon there I mean trumps gonna walk right back in the White House for a second term so we mention two Democrats right there how about a third one democratic presidential candidate senator camallo Harris has a new plan okay so this is another plan and this deals with schools this is unlike anything I've seen before it's not healthcare it's not immigration she wants to push the end of the average school day for your kid from three PM to six PM but one would your kids start school eight AM so just more school so instead of what is that seven hours going till three o'clock here's the great part yeah teachers they would have to work longer hours for less pay who's going to who's going to watch the children until six o'clock well they're gonna have to get more teachers than or they will have to what I saw on this plan is they will work out a fair wage for those teachers how much is it going to cost us because you know it's going to cost us if you have extra time at school it's going to cost extra money you're gonna ask teachers to work three extra hours that's insane so come all Harris introduced this bill would would lengthen the school day for elementary students we giving you a little bit about the bill to pilot program five hundred schools in the nation if it was passed into law five year grants of up to five million dollars right would be awarded to school districts to transform their elementary schools that would serve a number of low income families into family friendly school so here's what I like to do you know if you're a single mom or single data out there two seven seven five eight two seven you're working mom or working doubt out there two seven seven five eight two seven one of the reason this plan is coming up is she says come all Harris's too many working parents simply cannot you know get affordable health care for their kids during the week and these three hours a day three hours of additional time in school would help that do you agree with that if you're a parent six oh two two seven seven five eight two seven she also says roughly one million mothers of elementary school children once cut their hours at work because of a lack of affordable childcare so you're single mom or or or dad yeah I or you're working on or working day and you're usually let's just say our work in an eight to five or a nine to five yeah but your kids probably getting out of school to thirty three thirty somewhere in there what do you do with your kid for those couple hours and do you like or dislike.
"daniel williams" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Newark yesterday. Police say the two officers are concerned that a man in a white car. Charleston Spruce Street might be sick when they got there. They quickly suspected, he might actually be doing drugs thirty. Jacob oh ski refused. The officers commands of the car door open. They leaned into question and they stepped on the gas to officers several feed once a minor head injury. The other hand injury before when bad though he's license plate, and that was sent out to other agencies. He was quickly arrested in Edison enough, as drug assault and weapons. Charges wins news time five twenty three. He was one in connection with shots fired a twenty eight year old man is in a world of neutral after police arrested on the Lower East Side yesterday to officers car fitting the description from the incident called two more to initiate, the car stop as they approach the driver, though. Police say on does Viti pulled a gun and put it in the torso, one of those officers, another officer taes him. He was arrested one. Was taken to the hospital. Elbow pains beady, check out different hospital now charged with attempted aggravated murder of a police officer and other offenses. Clean up. That was a message from council speaker Cory Johnson. Who was putting four point two million dollars. An extra money for extra litter basket collection. He's got funding for fourteen thousand additional trash pickups last year and made a dramatic difference. Johnson says that Blasi administration denied include that money in this year's budget. And that he says his mistake, we need to make sure that every street is clean, every walk is clean, and the necessary city resources are there to ensure that we have clean streets and good quality of life in our neighborhoods and communities across the city. Resent, the mayor's Conon office response. No comment so far. Firefighter known for one of the economy is after nine eleven is suing the department of the African American fraternal group discrimination. He says he was denied it honorary post because he's white, Daniel Williams, the firefighter in the middle of the three men hosting the flag hoisting flag at ground zero says the former head of the Volcker society told me could not be a flagbearer at twenty seventeen memorial service because she specifically, why. And all black guard in the lawsuit filed in Brooklyn federal court Friday, he claims he was sent a lesser duties as part of a pattern of retaliatory racism, Nick Williams. Lawyer says the F D N Y downplayed, the end took little action. No comments, far -partment, five twenty four new reporting on a possible motive in the murder for hire plot involving NYPD officer officer Valerie Tonelli's accused of trying to have her estranged husband killed prosecutors say she was caught in the ice. Ding suppose now, quoting federal authorities saying she plotted with John boyfriend, John era fifty four year old Howard beach man who owns a bakery, popular hang for. TV. Mobsters pavers, derive. War wire for the feds caught Cincinnati plotting to have him hire a hitman to take out her husband. Then the paper says she asked the agent posing as a hired killer to remove jeruga teenage daughter is, well, nobody was harmed father claims, rubel was actually responsible for the plot. It's sixty one degrees right now. Fair in the city Accu says we're going to seventy five today midtown. Five twenty five. Morial deals unattended Lizzy, Chrysler dot com. This we'd get up to one hundred thirty percent KB trade much Memorial Day tend to shove now. See dealer for details..
"daniel williams" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Violence. What did I do to you the unknown assailant got away? And Sandra says as she recovers from her beating she'll be off duty for a while to mend. Drew Scott ten ten wins in Brooklyn heights. Light rain sixty six in midtown wins. News time two oh, six in Albany, the court of appeals state's highest court has ruled that an upstate man Daniel Williams who was shot and wounded sixteen years ago and a case of mistaken identity cannot sue the Ohio gun dealer who sold the weapon used in the crime the dealer sold one hundred eighty two guns over a period of time to another Ohio man who took some of the weapons to buffalo where sold one to a gang member the gang member mistakenly believed that Williams is in a rival gang shot and wounded him is playing basketball at the time in the four to three decision, though, the court ruled that the Dayton Ohio area gun dealer cannot be sued because a handgun was sold in Ohio. They had no control of the weapon eventually wound up sixty four and Hackensack right now sixty six on Staten island's fifty in Sussex, currently sixty six light rain in New York humidity. Seventy five percent wins out of the west at nine gusting to twenty one miles per hour, repeating the current temperature. Sixty six going down to fifty four degrees in midtown light rain right now, sixty six in midtown wins. News time to wait. Mother's day is on the way apple blossom corners is the place to get or something. She will love. Fine, mama. Great gifted calls homegoods or for that special book.
"daniel williams" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"If you need a tied in us has been he had a big touchdown last week. If there's one thing O'Driscoll does to get his big score. It's try to overthrow people and use almost big enough to occasionally circumvent his plans to be overthrown and catch it. But the Steelers are the story here now James Connor returned to a full practice Wednesday. If he's out there. It's Connor your Connor. Yep. Do you do even look Jim symbols at the tide imposition? Maybe at the tight end position over the looked at third tier of tight ends has he should end up with, you know, two to three receptions, but everything in Mike Tomlin's history. Going back to Daniel Williams says that if James Connor is back and healthy, he will be the guy, and he's he's been the guy all year, and this is winning in right for the Steelers. Yeah. No. It's not winning it. Because the the ravens have to lose what? Okay. So. Yeah. He lives half to win the same motivation factor exists for them. Yes. If they if they lose then out. So I've I firmly believe that it will go right back to James Connor being the guy in the Bengals are probably my favorite defense to to have a running back against. So if you're a week seventeen or and you've been stashed James Connor, congratulations because Connor should be a top five option this week. Big Ben on the season fourth in passing touchdowns. I in passing yards per game. We talked about it some on the foot cast yesterday, which by the way at it may not seem like it. But there's no better time to join our community at joined the foot dot com. Then right now because when we go to two shows. A week. You get third Schill every single week the foot cast, so..
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Will it looks like now in twenty nineteen as well. It's interesting miam- Bishen to get deeper into proper football. Having you know a son and daughter that I want to have a team and go through it, knowing that I'm going to be your six or ten times a year. And because I think authenticity matters because historically not gravitated to the artists that you've just mentioned. I've actually taken the macro thesis of what emerging hip hop artists do for me in a pulsa culture in the US. I think the culture of Premier League and and proper football culture in the UK and Europe as a whole is the way I'm thinking about that. I'm trying to spend time and listen and pay attention. Spend enormous amount of time looking in the US may be worldstar as Instagram account. But for the way I'm thinking about Europe and the UK general, it'll be four, three, three that I'll spend more time looking at them. So interesting. Especially given that we're sitting here together. The approach is not going to be emerging hip hop artists in the UK unless just like everything in my life. One artist catches my imagination at the right time. You know this almost everything. You love, food sports, whatever may be. It was one thing that then that you fell in love with recurs about that. Got you deep into the rabbit hole, so I wouldn't say never. I allow for a lot of serendipity, but also I'm Michael and have a lot of strategy. I think the culture of of football here is one. I'm spending a lot of time on both selfishly because I wanna suck myself into it because I want to get into it. And because I think it is an incredible important currency of the culture. Marijuana actually usually So get you're, your. you're going to sneak it guiding this question. How branch drive true. While still retaining commerciality. So they probably make money influences without putting on concerns. By giving the influence or one hundred percent atonomy and eliminating our egos as brands and thinking that we know exactly what it stands for and what it means. I think the what the biggest I opener to me in corporate America and brand world is the level of ideology on DASS ity an ego, like the thought that like for all the normal people here Coca Cola and Heineken Diaz think that the brand means the same thing to all of you. And that just laughable everybody here when I say the word supreme or Kentucky Fried Chicken or thinking different things discussing. Awesome. RAD. I don't know what that is, and so there's there's an ideology that brand managers CMO's in corporate America have about what their brand stands for. If you're gonna do influence marketing, what you need to do is you need to buy sponsorship influencers at a good deal. They know their audience. He. He decided you want to do that. I any of you, you know your audience and so your interpretation of this chocolate shake or sneaker, or you know, blow dryer is it needs to be funny and snarky, that's exactly as a brand, what you want your giving him me, somebody money so that you have something happened for your business, Stella, once business. The best thing for Stella to do is get out of the way they much like the small business question there in charge of picking you picked the employer, you've decided that influencers somebody I want because she's so fucking awesome. I want to give her money, so I sell shit. Why don't you micromanaging are and telling her like you better use the word. Great. I've never used. I've never done a sponsorship deal in my life and big audiences. There's a couple of weeks. It's not how I think about my brand and it's not what I do, but even case, like the case listening, that's a partnership, right?.
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Okay. And the questions everybody watching camera difference within the German American national team. Who do you want next American coach to be of the American national team, the business to be. And help each. How would you when you German? How old were you on the American team. Played. Was seventy eight eighteen. And then I is a twenty. So the biggest difference it is definitely. Education in tactically. Technically, because if I look at this like us us the countries so much bigger than shown me. Right. And I think that you as has amazing athletes, but they just know how to use, you know the speed, the power strength, because I'll say you better than the Germans in general is like concede, you know, sprinters, whatever. There's never winning by the focus so much on technically and tactical work. Actually invested money. The youth coaches and then lied to Dona. They go Saddam on basing kind of and from them. Whereas in the states, I think because it's not the number one sport of the country and then really interested in in debt, and they don't like to be bad in something which now since we didn't make the workup changed. My thing doesn't of investment going on. What about coach coach. So I think have interim coach in the moment. They've Sarah China history in amazing. I've to say, I mean, we drew against Brown's system month before they wanna work upright and eat them. You changed strategy of players, scouting and treatment, and he does a lot more on young players than in the past politics on. Phone number reasons which him have slag off because I came out and said they wouldn't players who already has pasta prime light Germano z because they wanna work for years ago. Some place of less than to start every game and that was wrong. And that happened with the states and the World Cup. So I just hope that the next miniature will be someone who focuses on a us and makes decisions based political base. I think you don't from somebody from the very outside point of view in the sport. But who watches culture very carefully. I think the most interesting thing about US but ball in the long term is to court things. One, it's the just the popularity of the sport is real. Like if you spent time in America fifteen years ago, I never saw a single kid in America where a soccer jersey. It never happened. Now, you see as many kids six to twelve wearing football jerseys. As you do seem them where baseball or outside of bath, basketball football, still, number one, but baseball hockey and proper footballer. Now, hovering around the same popularity number two, the Latino population in the US is so extreme and exploding that. I think the last names will look more like Brazil or Mexico things of that nature in sixteen for twenty years. But the resources are there. It just it's not religion like LeBron's playing basketball, not defense. You know. And so I think that that's interesting to watch over x twenty years. All right. One more question. Hey, so. Ten years in being super. What are you cues culture? Yes, from offense into his autism? Yes. We'll recently featured game initiate ablity. As you and you want to coach when it comes to owning a business in America UK you align yourself with. Rapids associate letting the culture that gigs and scatter the Jamie. And my question is what you want says we've been looking for when you talk to those artists to teach things about these. Yes. So, well, my dear friend here who's known me for a long time. I've always really loved hip hop as my Instagram over the last two years has exploded in parallel Mike Boyd who's always been close to me was freed up to really do strategy for me, and we took approach about eighteen months ago to get very serious about the emerging hip hop artists that we thought in a five to seven year window could become the Drake's or low wains. What would that mean get in the trenches of culture? The question is my thinking about that in a UK lens as well. And it's kind of interesting because maybe you've noticed this, it's probably not probably it's why we're sitting here right now. I've taken the approach in the UK and we're opening up Singapore in February. We're gonna open up Brazil..
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"When. Really. Because at my friends and everybody intro, and then I'm in Vegas. Asian is in it that he, I. A new goes, Germany is used to leave the coffee parents. And. Who. Os. Bedding, and he goes live. Okay. Those detainees prison and think Chevening tight. So. Mike campaign and the way. Inst- ways to the city. I'm open to do that. And so I was. In and nobody all in me. It was amount my dad day, ministering, whatever hours. No, no Bank account said be nothing and I was thinking, how old were you? Twenty. Four k. without the people. Seem to be on Brennan on inmate. I still have to find, I don't know a social life as the most important. Always if I'm not heavy, I perform and so then moved to started to real quick. I you say, if I'm not happy, I don't perform well. I assume the macro because earlier in the micro, you said, if my parents are fighting before the match I played better, is that a macro micro thing or was that an evolution when you were younger that work for you, but over time as you grew up a changed? The is the parents, the parents, by one thing, people muscles knife, and I was heavy. So there's social leykis good play when I get it. I get it from the site then Irish pitch when they I can lead to hang out as well. I get get. Yeah, exactly. Your social life is killing it. Appearance of hiding fucking Dominy. Swim mature, no. But then I started to hang out with people of who would seem a bit more offering. Barring to the type of rents. I used to have actually interesting because he pulled me an innocent signed that great contract with reading four years that's actually pick security, and you have to start to buy something on because two cities, one of the leading cities in the world having to whatever. So the property market, I think you should attend the price would go up and then you know, you have to just generate income of when you paying painful born. I said to take never heard about that defense used to just didn't didn't advisement and stuff. And then so I said, I wanna I'm going to rent a place in west London and see to know the area and then off the on decides where I want to invest and that guy, he had me a lot always be grateful for that because we now almost paid all of and. Really, I read out so I'm I'm happy face. And. Yes. In the back. I'll get you next. Now's face this. Yes. See how. Yes. Always. Yeah, I. Yeah. The question is will be a push back lash against social time. Spent the privacy issues might think it's ready happened. Right? You really see companies coming out, you know, look at apple. Apple is a company that's not winning social, right? There's apps top of their at pot or they're not in it. And so if you're apple, you're saying with build a default device on our phone, that warns you of how much screen time there might be a way for us to use that as a defense to play as an offense. Right. I think the privacy thing is a really interesting one, whether it's Brexit of Trump or many other things that are going on. I think we as human beings don't like to hold ourselves accountable. And so I do think there'll be a backlash against so, but I think it's going to be more of us passing on responsibility of things that we don't want to see ourselves. I think parents are very good at judging millennials without realizing they're the ones who. Raise them and created the entitlement. So I think the human condition speaks to either leave the people that tend to win the most in life are the ones that are most willing to be accountable. And I believe that the masses do not want to be accountable. And I do believe that the mainstream media has a lot of financial reasons to downplay the digital world because it's taking their money. And I think that all these AmEx are playing out so I could go be a backlash now. I think he'll be a blip on the screen. I think that we are going towards when my friends are like all limiting my son's screen time, unlike you do know what world your son will live in fifteen years, right? Just wanna make sure everybody knows. We won't be going backwards..
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"If you. Another property. Answer answer. Yes. This is spot. I always appointed them on. History. My name's when I was young. I watching to be around splits. And they just create so much that they give. Those playing for that club, a try everything to bring that history Bank may defense that you guys at the moment. Awesome. No, it's it's an interesting topic I become so fascinated. So what am I one of the things that America that I'm spending a lot of time making jokes about on social media is if you live in New York City and you have Steph curry jersey on that, I think you're a piece of shit, right? And to me, it's I think your piece of shit, not because you're a bad person, but because I think it's a, I think it's a very interesting psyche of when you pick a team either based on the history or the current winning status, or when you pick an underdog, I find I'm interested. I don't understand why. Why do I hate Kobe Bryant until the last year of his career when he's a little more washed up than I root for him? Why in every if I turn on any match of any sort something, I don't even understand if I randomly end up looking. This actually happen one day. I'm clicking through my son's getting into sports, so I'm trying to get into everything. I don't want to impose my my pins him. I want him to tastings and there's a cricket batch. I can tell you one thing about Americans, you don't understand proper football. We really don't understand cricket. Yeah, I'm like, what? The fuck anyway, what hitting back and I'm like, it's on. I literally Google while the matches on to figure out which team is the favorite. And then I spend the next ten minutes desperately rooting for the underdog, and I'm very interested in when I started announcing when we opened this office that I wanted to pick team. I'm fascinated that like ninety nine percent of people fans of the faint four five teams, right? We all know who they are in the same way in the US whether it's the Lakers or or baseball, the Yankees, the psyche of people that want to jump on ban wagons versus the psyche of the people that want to pick something and pick an underdog. As the biggest reason I'm not one hundred percent locked into the Spurs is my only preteen perfecting my team was that they couldn't have won the championship in the last forty years. The problem with the Spurs they haven't, but they're very fucking Guzzi. You know. And like, I don't very confused by it doesn't map to my jets and Knicks fandom as well as I'd like it to some still trying to figure my shit out, but but yeah, I just basically all of you that jump on good teams when you live in a town that has a team that you're actually loser. Question. Yeah, no championship and forty years or Alfred, you. Yes..
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Repeat that. It's a great question Daiki for that. The question is as fans we are now, especially in the new digital age uring for aspiring hoping that it could be a twenty four, seven thing in the locker room. After that, we wanna watch you eat dinner after match them what you're talking about. We want that access as a player. How do you feel about them. I love going into. An event of the boys, and it's just like so different from our because even with some friends I have, they don't have to do anything with football, so different. Of jokes about it contains hours, of course. So it's so defend. Let me ask you a question that I always been interested in. Have there been in the last three or four years of this world has exploded this always on continental. Have there been teams that you've been a part of that some of the players look down on the other players that are spending a lot of time trying to build their brand on Instagram, trying to sign entrepreneurship? Is there an animosity of like, this isn't the way we should be doing it if you were this book? Like is there if they have, you know you talk about the fan saying, hey, why are you eating? Is there a level of tension in the locker rooms of some guys doing three publicly appearances and an? Is that a keynote at a tech conference and is playing well as the teammate thinks that he should is a little bit of that old school new school tension in the locker of. The sends difference when it comes to the owner generation pans who retire retire, thirty Thirty five five thirty thirty six. six. Player who's eighteen inches everyday post marrying He's. fishes. Like crazy over. And then. This overs. That's just how it is in this. The moment it's a bit run. Well. Well, if you use it the right way. Yes, sir. Sure. Versions. The question just to repeat it is when you're smaller company, how do you not get taken advantage of by bigger companies? Bainer was very small company when I started it and we worked with the biggest companies in the world right away with a little bit of my reputation. I'm very interesting answer to this. It's twofold. First of all, when you have your own company and you have clients you're in control of whether you're being taken advantage of or not, if your client provider, if you have clients, you're more welcome to pick up the phone and say, I don't wanna work with you anymore, and here's the money back or I don't want your money anymore. So first of all, every small business just needs some. No, that that's the great part of having a business. You're also in charge, right? Number two. I would argue for a lot of small businesses, the goal is to be taking advantage of, I think about the first three to four years of Intermedia very similar to the way Mohammed Ali fought George Foreman. In Zaire. I think I rope adoped the industry. I think the industry thought they were taking advantage of banner and they work. We were doing so much more work for the money. They were paying me versus the companies that were much bigger than us when we started. I also think that's why let it happen because that was the value prop that we didn't have reputation. Wine shop owner. Now in in social media was not what it is today. When I started being in two thousand nine, most of our clients thought that it was a fad. So I think two things one, you're in control and to. It's actually probably the leverage you have and I think too many small businesses go ideology on this thing, become ideological about it like, oh, I'm getting taken advantage of your big boy. It's your bed. You can sleep in it. Like, I think you need to use it as an offense. I think it is the number one thing that a small tiny business has over a big business that needs to make more profit than. It needs to be publicly traded in hit numbers. I think every small business should try to get taken advantage of. That's how they'll become a big business..
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Did you go? Okay. Did you want to go where you just couldn't get notified because you were salty about not being in it right. I was. Respect. Who do you think was going to win for real? Who did you think was going to win event blaze. As a piece, Spain. Right. And so how do you think it played out what? What caught your attention most about this year's tournament team surprise to the most? Every regime, of course, have amazing ten of plans for the country just over exactly. In our big spent. So what about technology is a whole, then? I'm gonna open it up. So for the questions for the audience, like you wanna get very nerdy about proper football, do your thing. Enjoy it. If you want to ask me a question about business stuff, fine. Wherever you wanna go. We're here for you before we opened up to the questions technology as a whole, having an Alexis at your home, like the way you watch TV, like how much TV do you watch. So when you do watch the is it sports is at movies. Is Netflix, what? How do you? How do you roll most of the times and what are you watching. Would stay reasons why. A lot of other people, then some people do. Violence. Guilty pleasures? What about gaming? Do you play mobile games? Do you play FIBA? Do you play four night? Are you doing anything in gaming. I used to. He used to play soccer. I have to say. Football us. We invite you to practice every morning and people will do anything, but we actually do. And then come home and I don't have to. Energy energy into actually owns down. Just like Jude. Athletes or talk to friends. She clinics with them and. Like, you know what? To where with people. That's supposed to do. How do you actually, I apologize. One more question for you to open it up. How do you think about your post athletic career? Like, what are you ram Bishen 's when you're done with playing. Gene best in some properties knows I mean, yeah. So for properties, London, and. I was actually..
"daniel williams" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"In this is Gary v audio experience protocol. Everybody. This is Gary bay nurture, and this is the ask, Gary v show live in our London office at bainer media. We have audience in front of us. You guys can clap real quick. And and as you can tell a very attractive athletic looking man to the right of me left for you, and so I'm gonna Lau him to. You're welcome, then allowed him to try not to look at your pretty blue eyes much. Why don't you introduce yourself to the body and the audience watching at home critter little context. I've got a couple of questions will open it up to the audience and we'll do our thing. So thank you. Everybody for come in. My name is Danny Williams. I play for town primer league, and I used to play a reading for four years before I was reading. I used to live in Germany for nine four book. And my dad is American. My mom's German, but I was born and raised in Germany as you can. U s national team as well and all about it really. So let's say way back, obviously, it's this episode, a lot of fun for me for many, many different reasons. One being in the UK office is a lot of fun to I'm on this quest to discover what is going to be my proper football team that I support and we'll get 'em. We're gonna get along. Spurs are are in a very big lead. I'll give you the details on that. Obviously, we're coming on the back of the World Cup. The US did not make it. I have a son that I'm excited to get into proper football. The culture, proper football, e. sports is exploding. It takes me back to my thesis of why football is popping in America in comparison to all the other times because of game called FIBA that came out for second Genesis and ninety four. There's a lot of places I wanna go with you from your perspective for my audience, which is more marketing and business and things of that nature. But before we get into all of that, how to set a little bit more context with you, how did your football career stars? So you were born in Germany, and what happens like immediately you have football by your foot because your dad liked it, or how did it go down? Much dad because he's American. So your grandfather and your mom's side. So I was, I think three years among is football and daddy was like, what are you doing? I wanted to play basketball American football or whatever. And I said, no, he was in Germany. I don't know, I think is MRs home. He never went back because he's got to fly. You know in back to the states, but I need this because it's going to clearly be the best part of this episode. Was your dad from in the US? He's okay. So your dad who's from New York? You're telling me that somehow he got Germany, probably on a plane. But after a little while he became so fearful of flying that he's never gone back because he's scared to fly. Yeah, he was in the years army. Getting better all Americans all as kids from Chelsea like the woman, like the guys. And yeah, so minutely him back the second time, mom who will listen union to stay here. I will not let you go again and then basically started. And since his data Germany, he told me many times he regretted that he stayed. His biggest dream was to live in California. My mom and they had me and then was stayed there. And that's the story. Any still injury right now? Is spun fifty as our fifty six. Someplace football, some do bath. So wait, so find. So you get a ball at three, your mom puts it by your foot and what you gravitate towards it immediately. I mean, the Novus ball favorites born I think is. Of course, I call I call proper. And give all the kids state is made and playing playing football and grow. Were you good at it right away. Were you always naturally good, or did you have a spurt at some point. Goes on with all the people next to me, and then over played football and I was still Bennett and then and then they told me then I think you should join the team loyalty among supported..
"daniel williams" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Is the very funny daniel williams oh he's very funny he is very funny who was on the show red menace fancy ray was it red menace oh my favorite and he said he listens to this show every friday fancy fancy fancy rate if you fancy regular day would be better that is my promise to you i need a better nickname tiny nick zerwas dominican exert was regular size next average nothing better than being average easy to say you're like nine and a half feet tall you're like three nixon a trenchcoat i wish that she's on face yeah yeah you've got the voice for radio well i don't want to brag about it i wouldn't all right well help thirteen or fourteen more times i'm out of here next week sokolow a little news so you know in the last couple of weeks and probably for the last four hundred years white people have been jerks to black people and you've all heard about permit patty permanent patty was the woman who worked for actually for the the cannabis products company out in san francisco who didn't like the little girl selling water so she called the police lied about it she's actually had to resign as the ceo of her her her pot company i think calling the cops is a great reason to have to resign from pot company that's the same as a cop getting caught smoking pot the inverse either way you're on the wrong team you gotta go somewhere else not only it'll be an arc man not only we had permit patty we've had barbecue becky who called the place people barbecue literally these lady's name know and then there was also jogging joe i'm not making this up its vehicular homicide veronica good thing they're they're all their sins match up so neatly with christian names convenient the the theme was much more tied to white people calling the police on black people for doing things that that aren't crimes not to be outdone this is a new one woman on cnn woman calls police on black representative campaigning in oregon representative john bynum represented district fifty one which includes the area of clackamas county not sure where that is oh it's a very near portland the clackamas mall there was a mass shooting there i mean there's probably gonna mass shooting and every time at this point but i was in clackamas at the mall when there was a mass shooting so turn out as mike county where she was campaigning in a facebook post tuesday the democrat road that a woman notified police that bynum was suspicious because she was spending a lot of time typing on her cellphone after each house now you're saying i should call the cops on my fourteen year old daughter all the time now i don't know every realtor realtor it's standing for in my house in various houses in type on his phone showed up let's let's let's hear from nick and jason and myself who've done a fair amount of what they call door knocking what do you do after you hit a house state representative nick zerwas in my door knuckle on the aren't admit that cut that you're not supposed to say that speaker speaker reach the bell other districts there's someone here gentle tapping like a faint sleet lacking with the door handwritten poem it's the doors nick be elected again nevermore that's oh what just happened you got i've been reelected after this show before usually get that on a t shirt hopefully he gets replaced by someone named lenore no i so clearly what this woman is saying what this day representatives doing door knocking doing probably voter engagement and then updating voter database with an app based portal into that data voter database who does that literally every door knocker literally everyone and so this is just really pathetic the idea that somehow someone's soliciting doortodoor somehow viewed as suspicious you know it's not the weird dude what the weird van selling stella selling meat back in the van i've had that he got elected after being the weird guy selling meat out of that you're not gonna get hungry sometimes you need some van meat i can see calling on van meter but but this is just absolutely ridiculous usually when i go door knocking and someone can we do an awful lot of that americans were prosperity almost always bring one of the kids long because me in the summer you reference me being not.
"daniel williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The news watch never wbz news time ten thirty we have fifty four degrees little wet out there under cloudy skies i'm charlie sherman wbz news and topping our news this hour the nationwide manhunt for the suspect accused of gunning down a main sheriff's deputy entered yesterday afternoon citizens of somerset county can sleep well no that a dangerous man has been taken off the streets at a news conference yesterday somerset county sheriff dale lancaster said twenty nine year old john daniel williams is now in custody officers arrested williams in a heavily wooded area in norwich walk ending four day intensive manhunt authorities say williams shot and killed somerset county deputy corp eugene cole on wednesday about one hundred and fifty lauren forcement officers were involved in the search williams was found only about a quarter of a mile away from an area of interest in the search outside of a cabin corporal kohl's handcuffs were used to detain the suspect he's expected to be in court early this week kereta scott king's alma mater in boston is unveiled a new statue honoring the civil rights icon the new england conservatory revealed the bronze boston titled continuation of a dream earlier this week to mark king's birth on april twentyseventh 1927 in marian alabama mrs king was a human rights and social justice activist and the wife of dr martin luther king junior the couple met as students when they were in boston martin luther king received his theology doctorate from boston university while kereta scott king.
"daniel williams" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Los angeles chris ancarlo kfi news thousands of people have gathered in the march for our lives rallies in the cities across the us marjory stoneman douglas student daniel williams is just one of those in the streets of washington dc see thousands probably millions of more around the world there's like eight hundred marches around the world i heard issues it's it's heartwarming it's it's great that we were seeing this amount of support and it's great some mayors from across the us are joining the march in dc baltimore democratic mayor catherine pugh has made the trip with a group of students the reason we're going to washington dc is not just because of the violence that's occurring across this country over three hundred shootings in schools in this nation with three hundred and forty three people died in our city last year because we have too many illegal guns rallies are being held across the globe international marches are taking place in the uk new zealand japan sweden among other nations in solidarity with the us students la is trying to figure out the short term answer to getting homeless people off the streets city leaders say so much of the time and money is going to permanent housing that takes years to build councilman mike bonded says he wants to know what it would take to put up shelter space for tens of thousands of people on the streets what is actually bridge housing shoulder that is twenty four seven exactly the first step to getting someone into a long term housing the estimated homeless population in la is about thirty five thousand the homeless services authority is going to report back how realistic it is to house everyone andrew mollenbeck kfi news in orange county supervisor says he wants to join the feds lawsuit against california's sanctuary laws on nelson says he'll introduce the resolution next week i'm not suggesting like los alamos does that we issue an ordinance and start ignoring the wall he says he's trying to get california's sanctuary laws thrown out legally the constitution exclusively carves out immigration enforcement in laws solely to the us nelson says that the federal judge won't let the county joined the lawsuit the county will follow its own corbin carson kfi news artis cardi b wants to know how the government spends your taxes the wrapper from the bronx posted a video on instagram asking what the government is.
"daniel williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The big story the nfl in addition to that i wanna take you back what two years ago i remember doing shows during the week at a super bowl as carolina was getting ready to play the denver broncos and forget about carolina being an overwhelming favorite inec came about the web picked denver he wants spread just say but they weren't overwhelming favorite in the game people telling you peyton manning of the broncos had no chance and not only did they look at denver and carolina in that one year they talked about how this was a passing the torch in the nfl peyton manning being the fossil point in his last game most likely going up against the hotshot cam newton they'll fifteen a one carolina panthers who ran through the regular season ran through the postseason embarrassed seattle in the first half destroyed the cardinals africa about one year people world the mon said that carolina was going to be a dominant force in the league for years to come shooting think he'd 2015 going into that 2016 super bowl out on the west coast levi stadium that the infrastructure around carolina and newton would completely crumble after losing that super bowl let's be fair it's now year plus the carolina panthers had not recovered from an afghan they lost josh norman any offseason they point hor but what a couple of different guys and they decide on monday to say goodbye today general manager guy in get allman who is pretty well respected around the week this is a guy who built that team two years ago i remember was taken bows was getting all sorts of praise but he was the thing a lot of people were missing and carol on his relationships with players whether steve smith got ugly daniel williams got oakley even now craig olsen skin ugly jerry richardson saw that said look last year now what i had in mind we have this quarterback that we believe in we have this.