35 Burst results for "Dave I"

Boeing Reports Third-Quarter Results

News, Traffic and Weather

01:16 min | 15 hrs ago

Boeing Reports Third-Quarter Results

"Executive, acknowledges his company's lost ground ground to to European European rival rival Airbus. Airbus. Especially Especially in in the the single single aisle aisle market, market, once once dominated dominated by by the the 7 7 37, 37, But But Dave Dave Calhoun Calhoun says says he's he's not not sulking sulking or or conceding conceding and and no, no, I'm I'm not sitting around a second. My phone that were that were disadvantage with respect to our product offering, Calhoun says. There will be a run on new 7 30 seven's When pandemic restrictions eased. The Max is recertified. In the meantime, it could be tough sledding for bowling and its workers. The company just announced third quarter losses of more than $400 million and expects to cut 11,000 more jobs by the end of next year. Analysts think the bowling job losses are mostly going to hit Western Washington couples. Charlie Harder has that part of the story. Aviation analyst Scott Hamilton of the Li Ham company says he doesn't see any good news in this earnings report from Boeing. He thinks most of those 11,000 jobs lost will be local didn't see were born specifically identified where the cuts are coming from. But I'm sure that were coming out of a Boeing commercial airplanes, which, of course, would be principally future sound jobs, Hamilton says the total number will likely be much higher. Because for every Boeing job lost is generally thought 3 to 4 jobs at outside suppliers and vendors get lost as well. Charlie

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MLB investigating after Justin Turner ‘refused to comply’ with officials during Los Angeles Dodgers celebration

All Things Considered

01:50 min | 18 hrs ago

MLB investigating after Justin Turner ‘refused to comply’ with officials during Los Angeles Dodgers celebration

"To talk about. Ah, what happened to Justin Turner? He was pulled in the eighth inning of the game last night because of a positive Covad test. What did the Dodgers know? And when did they know it? Yeah, So it's It's a a interesting situation. The way that is kind of shaken out is the players were getting tested daily while they were in the postseason bubble. In Turner's test on Monday, producing inconclusive result, which MLB was alerted to during Game six. And so they asked the lab in Utah to expedite The test results on the sample he provided Tuesday. And that is the one that then came back positive as soon as they will be found out. They relate it to Andrew Friedman of the Dodgersfront office, who then pass the message along to Dave Roberts. That You know? Hey, Justin Turner has to come out of this game right away. And it's the exact timing isn't clear. You know, they weren't gonna necessarily stop The game. If there was, you know, one or two outs in the seventh inning, but obviously we saw you know when the ending kind of turned over for the start of the eighth, he was replaced by Edwin Rios. We're getting a statement today but by major league baseball, by the way, this is according to the times that they are investigating. Now, Turner Um MLB, saying that that he quote emphatically refused to comply. When league security raise the matter to him about returning to the field to celebrate. We saw pictures of him. We saw him in a mask, and then we saw him without a mask. We saw him with his wife and the trophy. So the investigation, I guess is beginning in Major League baseball. We've seen that there have been no additional positive tests have come back among Dodgers or raise players. More testing is scheduled For today. And in the coming days.

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World Series Game 6: Rays decision to pull Blake Snell immediately backfires

PTI

04:59 min | 22 hrs ago

World Series Game 6: Rays decision to pull Blake Snell immediately backfires

"Kevin cash taking up. Blake, Snell in the sixth inning last night with one and one out and a one nothing lead snow had been brilliant to that point no runs no walks nine strikeouts. The move backfired immediately the dodgers got two quick runs off Nick Anderson added another later in the game on a home run by Mookie Betts and won the world series. We'll bond. Can you defend what cash did? No And I don't WanNa hear anybody else tried defended either because some things are just indefensible and this is one of them Tony I I'm offended by what I saw last night just somebody who grew up on baseball whose I love and sport was baseball played baseball pitch and just offensive. So numbers are so important to you Kevin cash that you can't use your eyes which is supposed to be professionally trained and steeled, and you've been benched coach and manager then all these days and you don't know when you need to leave the guy alone you. WanNa, take the game away from the players take the game away from a starting pitcher whose lights out who the other team is. Now, not afraid of going Oh my God is shaking their heads and you don't have the baseball since in you to leave him alone and ride your good fortune to have this guy going this. Well, totally I was in contact via text with a couple of former recent former notable major league baseball players, and they were as startled about this development as I was and I just couldn't. No. There's no defending it. Yeah I'M GONNA. Give it a shot at defending human I'm going to preface it by saying if we don't learn from history, we're always going to be doomed to repeat it Kevin. Cash. Has Seen Blake Snell. He has managed Blake Snell for years. Now he's seen them all year. He hasn't gone through the sixth all year I'm going to read from my notes Ziara in these playoffs in the first four innings where he's been great as one point three, five from then on it's twelve point five, six last week Snell no hit the dodgers for four and two thirds and Then, in rapid order walk homer walk single and cash has seen all of this the last guy up before he gave him, the Hook was the ninth patron, the order, and he hit a rope to center field, and now at this point you've got bets and you've got SEGER coming up for a third time. The mistake isn't Yanking Snell to me the mistake is putting in Anderson Innocence the wrong guy in the regular season he's lights out but in the playoffs is over five and Mike and his last six appearances, he's allowed to run I I I understand that Kevin? Is. An. Easy target and a totally legitimate target. I just think in this case, he had seen Snell all year and the hulk wasn't as bad as what he did home. You're not playing lifetime achievement. You're playing the damn game tonight right? You is your sense of everything. This is your livelihood I don't care what he did last week. This guy has given up one hard hit ball maybe a second heart. It Ball. Alright. So yes, you got what you're saying about bringing a guy in who's been lit up lately I don't WanNa go that far I don't care who he had going warmed up. You have got a guy on the mound that has the other people in the other Doug. If you're a manager the time we know you're watching them to and they are shaking their heads when they walk back to. The dugout he has stymied them. If you're not smart if all you're doing is playing probability Tony, then go work at the win in Vegas I don't WanNa see you near a baseball diamond. So let me go back into this for a second because it's something we'll have to live with if he never wins forever in the way that great little does the way the Darryl bevill does. Making these what appear to be bonehead calls but I would tell you Dave Roberts said the same thing with Clayton Kershaw he let him pitched to two batters in the sixth inning whenever it was and he knew that Ziara after a certain point was bad and he took them out to protect him and to make sure the dodgers won that game I think managers do this I don't. You know I'm not crazy about analytics I don't WanNa take an anti intellectual viewpoint here that I think that certain people it's absurd managers rely too much on numbers and not enough on you but I think the mistake was who he put in not what we took out. One of the guys I was texting with last night we might be said half the front office is in baseball would have done this and it's not just a managers front office last night was bad night for Baseball Tony. You could say baseball's we at five. We know better than somebody even most cases who's twenty five years old. It's a sad night for baseball that a guy pitching a masterpiece. What are you take? You defendant Kevin Casting Colfax or Gibson? That's the kind of performance. This guy was spinning last night and he took them out and it's a sad night. It's a sad night for baseball I don't care how anybody who wants to defend it or painted even Kevin cast I don't care what he has to say.

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Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series for first title since 1988

Here & Now

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series for first title since 1988

"Year, the city of Angels is celebrating. Dave Roberts, 20 Los Angeles Dodgers won their first World Series title since 1988 beating the Tampa Bay Rays 3 to 1 last night. Dodger third baseman Justin Turner had to be removed mid game after testing positive for covert 19. Turner is the first player to test positive this postseason. But he says he feels fine and he was seen celebrating on the field after the game. And you know, tiny. My first memory of baseball was that 1988 Siri's, with Kirk Gibson, famously pumping his fists around the bases. So it has been a while for Dodger fans. Yes, and from my house last night in so Cal, All you could see was fireworks in the sky as Angelenos celebrated this long awaited victory.

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Deeper job cuts at Boeing as pandemic throttles air travel

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Deeper job cuts at Boeing as pandemic throttles air travel

"Will simply build less. That's the reality company executives were facing as they announced quarter, their losses and a new round of job cuts. Couples. Corwin Take Widmore It's a reality check two years after the first deadly crash of a 7 37 Max. And after nine months of the pandemic related cratering of air travel, the reality is that our industry as a whole will simply build left over the coming years. That's Boeing President Brad Smith on a day that saw the company reported third quarter loss of $401 million and also announced it will cut 11,000 more jobs by the end of next year. Dave Calhoun is Boeing CEO 19 Continue impacts have had a more prolonged and deeper impact on her industry and will have to further reduce our workforce. Calhoun says. The job cuts will be spread across all business units. Corwin Headache Cuomo New

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Oracle's Jason Witt on the Partnership Between Creative and Code

Delivering by Litmus

04:49 min | 1 d ago

Oracle's Jason Witt on the Partnership Between Creative and Code

"Today I'm joined by another Jason Jason Wet I, who is the senior creative director for four x marketing and Ryder Oracle Jason was senior creative director epsilon. In, both rules, Jason leads teams, designers, and developers, writers, hats had strategists, all those people making him out to help clients, deliver more effective email campaigns to subscribers. So welcome to the PODCAST Jason. Thanks for having me excited about the conversation. Awesome. Yeah. So I always like to start things off by hearing about guests I. I guess your career in the marketing world and how you make your way to where you are right now. So can I tell me a little bit about how certain? Email? Marketing Archaic General. Bad I got to work all yet for sure. So it's kind of a long road but. I've been in marketing for almost twenty years now. So I. Started Out in traditional marketing doing you know not so much offline but mostly print direct mail I worked. I worked for an in house agency for quite a while over ten years and so it was interesting coming out of that in into more the agency world and when I started it up Salon I kind of walked into it into a position that would they scratch their head civil. Why do you want to come in and kind of get your hands in the work and it was because email really was a channel that I had it really dug into. I said to be you know really versed in anything I really wanted to get my hands in the work. So I spent about the first year. So really really fine tuning my skills around creatives and then also making those connections with the technology in the platforms that we use today order to send out email and over time I just developed a a larger team underneath me and it just kind of grew from there and and and had some really great successes were some awesome. had a chance to do everything from not only created strategy, but also developing design systems for our clients to use to create efficiencies within their their creative workflows, and so you know one of my I think one of the philosophies sort of carried me now into working at Oracle is that you know there's so many ways for our teams to help our clients. At. You know a large organization like Oracle in your sort of consulting role I think a lot of times and you're working with a client they might have like an. Agency of record or they'll have an internal creative team. And I think it's important for us to kind of walk in and really be able be able to be put our consultant on. Be. Able to just say, Hey, look, we're an extension of your team. How can we help you and we help our clients in a variety of ways and I find that really rewarding because there's some some clients will dig in and we'll do one or two campaigns There's other clients will help develop. design systems for their email programs and then other folks that we have is retained clients that we work with every all day so. It's been. It's been a fun journey to get here I'm really excited about being at Oracle and supporting the platforms in the services that we have to provide but I've definitely worked with so many great people in the industry for a long time an and that's been really great as well. Yeah Awesome So I'm pedicures way your typical client base looks like at or these days as mostly on the retail side or during the lobby to be. Folks in your across. Yeah. You know it's interesting at Oracle, because we have sort of this mixed, right we have to platform. So we've got responses and then have Alachua and eloquent tends to be more on that beat Abi side and You know it's a little bit more hands off of the L. A. Clients just because the fact that they're they typically, you know are smaller to mid sized companies. So they most likely won't engage in some of the more I would say costly services you know they're really kind of hitter budgets there can be to be, but we do have a fair amount of clients that we work with their You know to support to support their campaigns there, and then on the responses side where it's more beat see, we have everything from retail financial services, hospitality, which has been a tough year. US Battalion we've had we've had some rough times here, but you know financial services technology companies retail has has been interesting over the last. I'd say six months we really been Asia retail as Dave shifted and sort of pivoted their business models to adapt to what's going on in the world So had a fair amount of work and retail.

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Are You Treating Your Employees Like Customers?

The No B******t Marketing Podcast

03:48 min | 1 d ago

Are You Treating Your Employees Like Customers?

"It's the no BS marketing show. I'm Dave mastovich CEO and founder of maths Solutions your no bullshit marketing firm business to employee communication b2e or be too. Long story telling is a critical part of every Leader's job including mine. The first step in b2c communication is committing to treat employees the same way you treat customers. You need to treat employees the same way you treat customers. So, you know that you really strive to keep customer satisfied. You want to listen to customers you want to understand what your customers are thinking and feeling and what they see as your strengths and competitive advantages your unique selling proposition. What you need to feel the same way about employees. You do market research on your customers. You're asking them what they think you're listening. You're observing you're watching you're seeing the trends. Have you done marketing research with and on your employees? I'm not talking about the quick online survey done once a year. That's okay or the more difficult survey that has 15 20 Questions when it should have four or five five again. Those are okay. But I'm talking about real market research real marketing Intel qualitative market research done on an ongoing basis. You probably actually have the makings of some good qualitative market research from what you're already doing. You and your leadership team are talking to team members on an ongoing basis. Take this step come up with three questions for at the most that you're going to have that leadership team asked of individuals and groups but individuals primarily and going to listen to the answers and come back and jot them down somewhere. That's the making of providing you Trends and insights about your employees and that's the makings and the starting point for your marketing and tell your market research just track what you hear off and you'll start to see Trends and you'll gain insights that you didn't have but you also should partner with someone who can be a strategic partner from the outside to do qualitative market research at least on an annual basis with your employees employees are going to tell leaders a lot, but they'll tell even more to an outside party and the employees feel that way. Caring even more about them by asking and have that outside party. Ask the care that you asked to. But they'll also care that you had someone else to it and you'll gather so many additional insights to help with your internal Communications your marketing to external audiences you're selling efforts and even your overall operations another step that leaders don't often realize can benefit them and their companies involves drinking down your employee segments with multiple variables. Don't think about that while we're all individuals. We also share some commonalities based on life experiences and our current situation digging into those variables can help you to better understand your team and also help you to better communicate with your team. Your engagement goes up as does your trust when you're able to tailor messages to said of employees your message resonates more

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Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner pulled mid-game during World Series win after positive Covid-19 test

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:22 min | 1 d ago

Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner pulled mid-game during World Series win after positive Covid-19 test

"Win three one, win the series and six, but being completely overshadowed one of the grandest franchises in sports winning the World Series Championship after three decade plus drought is being overshadowed by one player having to leave the game doing a positive corona virus tests and that is just turner but that is also so twenty twenty Jeff Passan is with us this morning Jeff have little more details on what went on that allowed Turner to be on the field for the post game celebration. Hasn't been nothing really allowed him to be on the field. He just chose to be field and nobody was going to drag off after he won the world series. He essentially said I'm going out there and nothing's GonNa stop me I want to pose with the trophy I wanna be with my teammates I want to choose celebrate like somebody WHO's won the world series for the first time and nothing was gonNA stop him and the fallout from that we're GONNA see over the next couple of days hopefully there. Are No other positive corona virus tests on the Los Angeles dodgers. But you know that all remains to be seen as does how they're going to get back to Los Angeles. When they're going to go back, there are a lot of questions still jeff. I don't put this on Justin Turner nor do I put this on the dodgers but how big of an indictment is this on the MLB? They're the ones that pulled him from the game in a there's the one that told him he needs to quarantine. When we see these Leagues Have Championship Games. There are people in the League office who were their security from league offices are there where where is the MLB and all this? Well I think the security tried to stop him from going on there but he you know this is a guy who's covert positive. So is security going to put their hands on him or are they GONNA to? Contract the virus themselves probably not, but they they didn't stop it from going out there and they did remove them and I. Think Rob Manfred got some questions answer about how that happened about what protocols were in place and why they weren't followed. Let me ask you this Jeff Obviously La in second biggest market for Major, League baseball outside of New York in the Yankees Major League Baseball don't want the headline story to be about covert the day after the second biggest market had just won the championship. Course not but I think regardless of weather. Justin Turner went onto the field or not it was going to be pretty interesting part of the story I. Think the fact that he did go back out there makes it a much bigger story now because there are questions, why did he go back out there? How did he go back out there? Who allowed him back out there? How did they not stop it? Jeff what are what are you hearing around the league this early morning about his teammates embracing the fact that he was able to join them for big celebration. GonNa go on up checks message here that I got from general manager. It's A super spreader event on live. TV. Welcome to twenty twenty. And I'M GONNA PULL UP A. Dm I got from an active player isn't here. Now it's nice, but essentially it's What the F. is going on. And that's kind of a thought around baseball and yet. You guys were players let let's put you in that same situation you gotten cut. Seven years ago, and this organization gave you a chance you blossom into an all-star to guy who gets MVP vote someone who's made fifty million dollars somebody who's a leader in the clubhouse and is seen as one of the voices and wants to celebrate this thing that he has worked so hard to celebrate. Would you have gone back out there As a teammate I'm okay with it I don't know if it was me dead had tested positive. I. Don't know because it would had to have happened in the moment and I would have probably responded reacted to my teammates, my coaches in people around me if they was embracing situation most likely I would have joined. But if Jay Wheel for instance is tested positive and he's my teammate I'm. Come on man we me. Yeah this is so subjective Jeff because I'm different I would have wanted to celebrate with my teammates. I just would've wore masks I would have done it differently but. turnage Justin Justin Turner did wear a mask out originally, but there were a couple of instances where cameras got him. He was talking to his wife taking pictures with her gave her a kiss mask was off and he was sitting down on the field for the team picture. To his left was the championship trophy to his right was Dave Roberts the dodgers manager who ten years ago was diagnosed with Hodgkin. Lymphoma. So He's a cancer survivor. He's the person who has a pre existing condition and Justin Turner daybreak spoke for mascots at that point now Dave Roberts told Fox later on I think it was something to the effect that I didn't touch him. but you know he was he was in the same vicinity wasn't for fifteen minutes wasn't close contact defined by CDC but the optics on it as Andrew Freedom and the president of baseball operations says not good.

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Why B2B Copywriting Matters, Really Matters

Marketing Spark

05:21 min | 1 d ago

Why B2B Copywriting Matters, Really Matters

"Some respects copywriting is the Samsung Karo of digital marketing. It doesn't get as much attention as video and photos but words matter on today's show. I'm talking with Eden badani a conversion copywriter an acquisition strategy just force aztech and D to see companies. Welcome to marketing's bargain. Thanks for having me Mark is it's great to be here. So what is a conversion copywriter and acquisition strategist do all right, so long and copywriting. We're really looking at at the kind of the whole spectrum of copywriting. It's not specifically it's not direct response copy in the way that we're really trying to push towards sa life rather looking at every every kind of customer touchpoint throughout the final of throughout the sales cycle and look at optimizing the copy at that specific point to help Drive conversions. Not just not. Yep. Just to lift conversions at that point in the final but to actually drive greater conversions across the the entire Spectrum for whatever reason copywriting is getting more attention these days as someone who is not a writer by profession words have always been important to me and copy has always been at the core of what I do but it is interesting to see high profile marketers like Dave Gearhart talk about why copywriting is so important. So why do you think the spotlight is being Sean on copywriting these days I think with all the crazy things that are going on in the world of home right now. I think we really realizing just how much we actually depend on written communication more than video more than other things. It's texted emails. It's like messages. It's SMS as we are just where I using so much more written communication now more than ever, even though even if we do with into that as well video and other forms of media, it's just it's really shiny. It's really help bringing birth. To the Forefront that if you're not if you can't communicate clearly if you can't get across what you're saying and if you can't ensure that your message is optimized in a way so that your audience receives it in the way that you intend it to come across then it's it's just going to fall flat that's sort of the the current situation has really brought copyright into the into the spotlight. It is interesting that when you look at platforms like Instagram and Snapchat and Tick Tock video and photographs are seen as a proverbial spell the ball. Everyone loves video. Everyone looks great photographs, but words are kind of like the workhorses not terribly glamorous. I'm curious about why am I people are recognizing the value of words do they suddenly realize that words make a difference as it's harder to differentiate yourself are words becoming increasingly more valuable. I think words are pretty much always been like you said the the unsung hero, I mean a picture they say, you know, it falls back to the old saying a picture's worth a thousand words, but you don't have a caption for that picture. If you don't give have an explanation or something to support that picture, it lacks context and so copyrighting adds multiple layers of context. So you can have a beautiful image you can have you know, and an amazing engaging video but it copywriting is such the words have been the messages that are that are sick, if you know kind of enshrined or encapsulated in the visual the concepts of the messages and the the deeper and the deeper underlying Concepts home that that people want to express through three images and through video. Again, it's really hard to it can be hard to get that message across as a writer. I often think that writing is underrated and undervalued particularly when it comes to the web nor the last few years. The prices for Content marketing is a from a freelance perspective seems to have been dropping but there's a sense that that is changing. Do you share this sentiment that writing is becoming more valuable and that people are putting more value in, New Jersey. People who can write well, or is that just me being biased as a as a professional writer know I think so and the I think a lot of it has to do with the trends in in the gig economy over the last few years. There have been for the probably around the last ten years. There was a prevalence of content houses content Farms or like we kind of content mailbox as we sometimes call them from the writer's perspective that just the purpose. I think it fits into the wider marketing perspective where you look at se things like SEO ten years ago is very very different to what SEO is today where it has a much more technical aspect than it was a lot about key word. There was a lot of keyword stuffing there was a lot of just publishing content that the sake of publishing contract just to rank higher in search engine results of just to to be present online in order to get that attention, but people have realized that it's actually it's not just dead. Having the content it actually has to be good content. It actually has to engage people. It has to really speak to people on a deep level.

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Los Angeles Erupts As Dodgers Win First World Series Championship In 32 Years

ESPN Daily

02:27 min | 1 d ago

Los Angeles Erupts As Dodgers Win First World Series Championship In 32 Years

"I WANNA zoom out here now on the dodgers as this franchise because this was their first championship in thirty two years and I was watching Dave Roberts and putting aside all of the Cova. Complications it was hard not to feel something for that guy and it was hard to feel something for this organization N. This fan base and this city. So what did you make of the dodgers finally getting over? This. Particular Hump, you know I think that Dave Roberts has been a guy who at times has been rightly maligned for his decision making but the decision making that will stick with me from this postseason has to do with two pitchers Clayton Kershaw in Julio. Arenas Dave Roberts twenty four hours before he won a world series championship got booed by a crowd that was almost entirely dodger fans at a neutral site stadium. It was a really weird thing. This guy who's got all these supposed demons and October's getting a standing ovation coming off the field. For for people who think he should have stayed in the game it was just a very bizarro situation and you know what I think Dave? Roberts. made the right move there. And people are always going to say process over outcome process over outcome raised died on that mantra and. Dave Roberts lived on it. He ended up going with Julio Arias for the last three innings of the clincher in the S. In the last three innings of the clincher in the world series he had Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen, his two rocks out in the bullpen ready and willing to go and he said now I'm a stick with a kid who's pitching. He stuck with the guy who looked good and that is one thing that Kevin cash did not do. And there's an argument to be made. That they lost the world series because of that. And then you look at Julio. Maria Standing There Austin Barnes catching that call third strike in grabbing the ball with his right hand and stuffing in his back pocket. That's history in his back pocket right there and the celebration that came afterward and all of the madness and weirdness and oddity of two thousand twenty being wrapped up in such a perfect though.

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Justin Turner celebrates Dodgers' World Series-clinching win on field despite mid-game positive COVID-19 test

ESPN Daily

04:54 min | 1 d ago

Justin Turner celebrates Dodgers' World Series-clinching win on field despite mid-game positive COVID-19 test

"Jeff Passan you are somewhere in Arlington Texas right now it is one thirty eight am eastern time. So where exactly are you and I guess what's the last hour of your life been like? I don't know where I am right now Jeff. Passan covers baseball for ESPN and has been unbanned from this podcast after planting the Randy Arosa Raina Song in all of our brains last week. I'm I'm living in I'm living in Corona virus hell right now because I- Pablo I've been covering baseball for seventeen years now I have seen the Boston Red Sox win their first world series eighty, six I've seen the Chicago cubs win their first world series in one, hundred, eight years and I'm not sure that I've seen anything is crazy as what happened after the Los Angeles dodgers won their first world series in thirty two years tonight I mean let's get right into this then because what was the weirdest baseball season ever has ended with the weirdest world series after ever say and there's a great game to dissect here but. It's really hard to bury the lead of Justin, Turner the dodgers star Third Baseman getting pulled some time after his third at bat in that game because he had apparently tested positive for covert, and then a bunch of other stuff happened Jeff and that's where you come in. So what the Hell happened I was scrambling as all of this was going on Pablo because Fox, right after the dodgers won the world series announce on their broadcast that Justin Turner had tested positive for Covid nineteen but we started this show is some breaking news after the completion the game tonight we are informed by Major League baseball that Justin Turner received a positive Cova test. That's why he was removed from the game. We have no other details at this time I get the word that, yes, he had tested positive and the way that the story was told to me was that Major League baseball does one corona virus tests per day four players who were in the bubble and for family members and everybody else. That test from Monday got SENT TO THEIR LAB IN UTAH. The tests were run and they came back late that and Turner's tests was the only one that was inconclusive and as the inconclusive result for Justin, Turner had come back right around that same time the tests from today that had been taken had arrived in Utah. Now, they were getting ready to spin the sample of Justin, Turner from Monday to to retest it and see if there were. Any different results, but they said, forget that test, the one that came in today the results came back in about two hours around the seventh inning at which point a positive had been confirmed and immediately Major League Baseball was informed of this called. The Los Angeles dodgers. It was fed into the dugout and Justin Turner was pulled from the game and told to isolate. Justin Turner. Did Not isolate and that's and that's that's the part Pablo that I think so many people are going to remember from this. The very odd seen on the field where Justin Turner at one point is taking a team picture with the Los Angeles dodgers and he's sitting next to Dave Roberts his manager who also was not wearing a mask can who is a cancer survivor? After he had tested positive for Covid nineteen I, think people out in the world saw that and said what in God's name is going on here. I was one of those people out in the world in my living room like so many others in their living rooms wondering wait a minute. This is a very sophisticated game with many protocols. How did Justin Turner get cleared to be out on the field doing all the things you just mentioned? Justin Turner. Did Not get cleared Justin Turner just wanted to go celebrate with his friends with his teammates with his wife who I saw a picture of him kissing on the field and with all of the people who he won this championship with I had a GM text me as this was going on. And he said, is there a super spreader event going on at the World Series Right now? And it's it's not an unreasonable question to ask now Justin Turner did say in a tweet that he's not feeling any symptoms that he's doing. Alright. So bats great to hear, but it's not like. This is the Los Angeles dodgers team Pablo that hasn't had issues with covid Nineteen

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The Ceiling You Can't Break Through is Made By You

Jocko Podcast

06:11 min | 1 d ago

The Ceiling You Can't Break Through is Made By You

"This is Jaakko podcast number two, fifty, three with Dave Burke and meet Jaakko willink. Good evening. Gave good evening. So. Last couple of podcast to fifty one with Leif Bob and two, fifty, two also day burke we're continuing to make our way through. This book right here guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce Clark. Leif and I made it up to page thirteen. David I. Last time we made it up to page twenty eight. There's one hundred seventeen page book. Just almost impossible not to find lessons and say to yourself. I don't need to worry about that section right there. So the take these. Experiences from this. Leader Commander. and trying to play him and this this book was the guidebook. For my biggest mentor Colonel, David Hackworth. Author about-face. And there's so many threats. I just noticed that thread today or on the last podcast, the thread between General Clark and making the men stand to them being okay with it once they almost got overrun and Hackworth just there the threads just connected on that last podcast. So the threads keep getting connected. If, you want to see the threads of the way hackworth learn to lead. Which? In turn taught me how to lead they all tie right back, General Clark so that's we're doing. We're tracking these left lessons to their root cause to their route. To the source. And learning as we do it. So part three of guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce. Clark. first-section section we get into today. One Chapter Five. The conduct of inspections? And I'll tell you there's as I was as I was parsing this book the first time I prepped for it I thought late and I we're GONNA get through half of it. And I thought Leith and I will do back to back podcast we'll be half, one podcast. So, we'd cover sixty or so pages, and then we do have we do come to him back to back. We made it through thirteen pages. So now as I'm reading it, I'm looking for like the breaking point where I can go. Okay. This is a good section this section today the the end of this section where to cover today is It's it's. It's freaking. Epic I'm I don't feel that we're around very often. So we'll get there but this this chapter five starts off with. The. Conduct of inspections and the first question is why inspect and then it says there is a saying in his nation does well, only those things the boss checks. This truism originated insofar as I am concerned from a speech that I heard made by vice president of one of our largest corporations this is not a new thought to anyone who has military experience because I have often heard it expressed as anything that has not been inspected has been neglected. I changed the way I said that word neglected, but it made it sound a lot better. So anything that has not been inspected has been neglected. If these things are true and I think they are it follows that anyone who has important position must be able to check in on or inspect the operations which he's responsible Leif when life saw this. I. Think I sent a picture of this delay because this is you know a line that I hear life say a lot. It's a line that he heard me say a lot and we always attributed to, Hackworth. We always attributed to Hackworth. And guess what it didn't come from ACWORTH. So how to inspect return about how to inspect civilians often think of a non commissioned officer and officer as a demon inspector. A demon. Inspector a good inspector is certainly not a demon but good inspectors are not plentiful in the army or out of it however, to be a successful non commission officer or a successful officer wants to be a competent inspector. This quality cannot be attained without a considerable amount of study planning and practice now. This is interesting because. I wasn't sure how much of this section to cover because. Inspections are not something that I utilize to any great extent as a leader. When I was a leader I didn't inspections was not one of my big tools. And so I thought well, you know. We'll talk about it. You certainly have to inspect things and I get that and that's why I would say that Hey, an organization does well, the boss checks. I've said that many times and I believe it but also. I believe that if I have to inspect you that means I'm doing something wrong somewhere else you know what I'm saying like if I've got it if my Gig I've to inspect you. That means I'm making some other kind of mistake somewhere because. Should I have to inspect your weapon is ready. Should I have to inspect that you've prepared for an operation I have to inspect that you've done the work that you're supposed to I shouldn't have to inspect if I've led correctly. Then You know why you're doing what you're doing, and therefore you don't really need to get inspected because you understand the why you make things happen. So I've always had that attitude. It's been very successful for me. So I wasn't sure how was sure how much I was going to get into this whole inspection mode because what I don't want to do is create a bunch of leaders that are going out there becoming these inspection. Happy. Dig Down How come and inspect you use funny with my kids. A belief the. Whenever my wife's not around my kids are they have to do everything right? And so I'll say are you what time will you be ready for inspection? They just get so they know what that means I'm going to inspect I'm going to inspect any better squared away so. I didn't want to create I. Don't want to pass on this. This idea that hey, gotta be Inspection Inspection Freak.

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The Latest: Dodgers win 1st World Series title since 1988

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

The Latest: Dodgers win 1st World Series title since 1988

"The pivotal decision in game six was made by rays manager Kevin cash who elected to pull starting pitcher Blake Snell Snell struck out nine and allowed just two hits while throwing only seventy three pitches over five and a third innings but cash decided snow it had enough after Austin Barnes singled out both of his best after the guy got on base Barnes at the single didn't want movie CMO gear Seger ASEAN's like third time internet Kantor said who quickly surrendered a double to Mookie Betts and a run scoring wild pitch that's later scored the tiebreaking run on a fielder's choice then homered in the eighth for the final run in the three to one World Series clinching win over the rays I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 study; others go on

BTV Simulcast

04:56 min | 1 d ago

Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 study; others go on

"In the vaccine rays come into focus a minute slew of farmer earnings this week the healthcare sector as much at stake in the US election. I'm facing immediate policy scrutiny in a potential blue sweep. The first batch of former earnings showed largely makes result amid the virus, with Eli Lilly tumbling after flagging a $400 million expands related to covet research and development. CEO Daybreak so glum back. He expects key data on the vaccine front soon. In our business. We need data. I don't think it makes sense to guess which would would be the most effective. The good news is we'll know that and we'll know that pretty soon. The early ones. As you pointed out of the Marine A Ah new technology that's never produced a human vaccine before, but looks pretty promising in terms of the ability to generate our own antibody response, and that's a good sign. I think for defeating the virus or preventing infection spread. We don't know how long that will last. There's other approaches that have produced vaccines. Modified virus, taking different viruses and mounting elements of the covert virus on them, And those are more proven. They're a little harder to scale, but they also may produce a good response. Mostly, I'm confident because we have so many shots on goal really unprecedented number so quickly. Yeah, So I think science a win. In the end. It's just hard to pick the winner at this point in the horse race, John That's a hockey phrase there. That's not a soccer phrase because there's so fresh. So did soccer. That's a hockey Fraser from is. You don't know what Dave men I'm just going to interpret it as a soccer phrase. It still makes me think you mentioned the word. Scale scale and I want to return to antibody therapies and Please help me understand how difficult it is to scale something cup quickly. In large amounts a Sunni to get the green light. It's difficult because it's so difficult. We actually started commercial manufacturing in the first week in July, so we had to basically aimed at a target that hadn't arrived at its point yet we didn't know the dose. We didn't know whether the drug could work We didn't know in which setting it would work. And today or yesterday we announced Ah, study we'd been conducting with the N H. We're going pause because it's in a later stage of the disease. Probably these antibodies won't be as effective. Where is an early stage of disease looks highly effective, So we already started that process. It's about four months from beginning to end Best case to start manufacturing and have output. And then on top of all that the global infrastructure to make monoclonal antibodies, which is some of the most complicated and expensive type of medicines to make is limited. We've harnessed actually five different sites within our network, collaborating with Anjin and working with a large contract manufacturer owned by Samsung, actually in Korea. To sequester a significant amount of volume. Even then, we know it won't be enough for all the needs based on the current infection rates, so we need to work on lower doses and then concentrating these important therapy's where they can make the biggest impact for us right now. We think that's high risk patients right Is there diagnosed? There's also a question of profitability and your latest earnings report which just came out and said that you expect to spend $400 million On Cove in therapy is exploring what could potentially work and there's natural cap to whatever you can charge for these remedies because there is a public health need and benefit right now. How profitable can these therapies actually be based on the human interest here? So today we announced her knees. That's a good point it so I'm on which showed another solid quarter. We grew revenue and profit amidst this pandemic or in and well, I think it shows the resilience of a company like ours. A CZ. We think about pricing and access. Our first priority is that patients pay nothing. We know that if there's a out of pocket costs that economics will start to differentiate who gets the drug and we think that health status should be the only factor considered, so we're working with governments to procure and sell our medicines and distribute within their markets. In terms of pricing. What we're thinking about carefully is is to shoot, create a price that immediately creates value, not just for us, but for the system, meaning it saves money. Direct costs very quickly, and we've demonstrated we can reduce hospitalization risk in high risk patients between 17 80% in the U. S. A hospitalization state for covert is about $22,000 per person. So there's ample room to share that value, assuming the drug is approved, So we're working on the exact price. It won't be as profitable as other products. Certainly, we expect of a modest return for shareholders based on our modeling today.

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How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | 3 d ago

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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Travel To Medellin

Travel with Rick Steves

05:32 min | 5 d ago

Travel To Medellin

"Let's open today's travel with Rick Steves travel writer, Dave Seminar. He took his whole family to many in Columbia which used to have a reputation as the headquarters for a dangerous drug cartel. Our interview was recorded just before the global lockdowns kicked in. Hey thanks for having me on the show wreck. So you went to Medigene I mean the image of Medina's like scariest a generation ago is one of the most dangerous cities on the planet. That's right. But but it certainly isn't any longer I mean these days the murder rate in Medellin is lower than New Orleans Saint Louis Chicago and several other cities as well. It's an amazing turnaround and Tourism. Is a booming part of the economy. I was just there. My son loves it so much. He bought a condo there and I was there for years this last year with him and we were standing on his balcony and and everybody was blown up fireworks and My son had a Colombian there with him and and we were talking about it. And when the Colombians see those fireworks, they remember in the days of Pablo Escobar. That's what they would explode when they made a deal in the United States with the with the drug trade, they're not making deals with the drug trade anymore with the Pablo Escobar outfit that's just celebrating. So they've gone from supplying America's cocaine habit to actually building a city. On live biting entrepreneurs that's true. They I Columbia is still does produce eighty percent of the cocaine I mean to be frank. However, look I went there with my ten and twelve year old sons and my wife and I would never take them to a place that I thought was too dangerous. So I really consulted with a lot of different people before. Going there however, my parents and several other people said Columbia, you're taking your sons to Columbia you nuts. But I did my research and I talked to enough people who had had great experiences there that I felt comfortable doing it and we spent two weeks traveling all around the country and I felt very safe. The whole time tell us about the public tour. It was interesting. You know my wife said Pablo Escobar, to are you sure that that's appropriate for our sons who are ten and twelve years? Old Side I called one of the tour companies that had good reviews on trip advisor and he said Oh yes. Our tour is good for children aged six and up said really okay. Well, let's do it. We thought maybe we can teach them. Okay. He's a bad guy. You know here's. The evils of drugs and teach them a little bit about why the drug violence in and I thought maybe they a lot of it might go over their head but I thought well, they'll learn something. Let's do it but you go through you goes through neighborhood community thirteen, which is now trendy it's filled with street art and is just a festival of good living not good living. It's still a poor area but a festival of happiness yeah. Community Thirteen is sort of an interesting area I've I've found it to be one of the more disappointing stops to be honest with you on the tour I. mean it doesn't really have much to do with Pablo Escobar though it was a neighborhood that was wracked by gang violence, and then in two thousand eleven, the government installed a series of escalators there the idea was. Allowing people to be able to move safely through the community get from their hilltop neighborhoods down to where jobs and transportation and things of that are. But when I was there in July about the experience maybe if you traveled at a different time of year, you might have an off more authentic experience but it was absolutely full of tourists which really shocked me because here is. Sort of an impoverished neighborhood that has all credit to them I think it's wonderful. They found a way to turn the violence of the neighborhood into a marketable commodity, but it was absolutely crawling with tourists and I sort of felt like, wow, I really don't like going to places that are too full of tourists. So for me, it fell a little bit flat to be. Quite honest. But maybe if I visited another time of year, I would have I would have liked more no I don't think so I mean I was there in the winter but to me, it was a former violence ridden gang ridden community that now is a kind of a tourist trap and it just like an amusement pier in San Francisco. Almost or something like that. And what was really fun was the street art I mean the street art was like it's like going through an art gallery and it's all this edgy colorful tropical street art and you've got it all together by escalators. I can imagine before those escalators came you know ten years ago you would have desperately poor people and You'd have the intimidation of the gangs and all of that and and the high murder rate and today there's there's not a hint of that and the escalators let people connect and I think you know the way Columbia has invested in its infrastructure has given poor barrios. The confidence and the feeling that this is progress and changes possible and and one thing great about going to Medine is you write these cable cars because the city is in a very mountainous area and the poorest communities are pushed way up the mountain sides. But these cable cars, they're just like cable cars at a ski resort they connect the people in the poor neighborhoods with the good jobs and the good shopping and the good entertainment down in the valley floor and writing these cable cars was just a kind of a celebration of community to me what was your experience on those cable cars? Well. I love the cable cars just like you know I took the cable cars up to the park RV, which is it's a long ride as interesting things that you take two different sets of cable cars. You can take one set of cable cars, which sort of goes through some of the rough hillside neighborhoods, and that one is actually fairly quite cheap to go through and actually when. You're on that first cable car. You're actually getting ordinary people who live in those neighborhoods coming on and off of your Gondola. But then to go on the second Gondola, which takes all the way up the mountain up to the park RV, which is just fantastic and I do recommend that that significantly more expensive so that that second cable you know Gondola is for tourists in its it. Would be too expensive for people who live in the humble neighborhoods. But as a traveler, it's worth it's worth it to

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Ep. 68 - Dave Hull R.I.P., Tigers in Vegas & Mask Fashion - burst 04

Talks With John Podcast

01:26 min | Last week

Ep. 68 - Dave Hull R.I.P., Tigers in Vegas & Mask Fashion - burst 04

"Where we did the film help. We were in the Bahamas. That was nineteen, sixty five, and Dave came out to be with us. Man. It was nice because now he's a good familiar face, right? If you didn't like him do you have these of a pair of? Used very attached to them. Unfortunately they were right in there were expensive gold or something expense on glasses and he needed him anyways in the Bahamas right. George Oh glasses. Now George. But we'll could they do? Hey let him have them have a fight with George? Harrison of the Beatles something my goodness. I you know I bet if If things were different George would certainly handed back but. Here poor. Dave is in the Bahamas. Jets over it I mean he really was. African and his wife Janette Cod. Together since the beginning of read his book. It's a very long book, but it's fascinating and you guys are a good read. Yeah. You guys are all over the place because. Everyone but Dave climbed the ladder. Oh Yeah. Bro Pioneered a lot of ground. Yeah. He sure did you know as a jockey? In Texas? E worked in what I think. New Mexico in the middle of nowhere. It's all over the place because that's what

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Widgetsmith: The Calm After The Storm

Under the Radar

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Widgetsmith: The Calm After The Storm

"Going to keep talking about did Smith because personally I last week or last two weeks ago when we first talked about widgets Smith and it's massive explosion the APP store you know we only had time for thirty minutes of talking about it and it was still very fresh new so I wanna hear Dave I if if you're willing to share with the audience, I want to hear just more about Smith how it's going how it's different now from how it was two weeks ago and maybe how you see it going forward from here now that things presumably. Calmed down a little bit I. Mean I guess I'll start with that? Have they come down a little bit and I would say, yes, they have certainly not to the degree where there was a period of time when everything was is sort of absurdly fast paced in terms of the number of downloads the number of support requests they did the number of places it was being sort of mentioned in the media or whatever that might be like that were there was a period where I couldn't keep track of it and it was just honestly that that period of time sort of a blur at this point that there was a couple of weeks where. It was just too much and while it's not like I wanted you know I I was looking forward to when it die down I'm you know it's nice when you're the number one APP in the APP store that was that was I certainly appreciate it that but I did not expect that to last forever and it it certainly didn't I think last a long time though. I. Mean Right now. Get right now you're number eight in the. US? Chart Number eight free free APP, and so you've been defeated by some little company called facebook and you're still ahead of some other pretty big company snapchat. So you're still doing pretty well. And I'm not complaining I, was more just it's just like he's sort of some context where it's like it was the number one APP for a I. Think it was about two and a half weeks just shy of three weeks It was number two APP for about a week after that, and then now it seems to sort of be hanging out in the top ten and from the download side sort of obviously because I can't control when like zoom has a big surge downloads because some you know school district requires everyone downloaded something like that but on the download side things are now sort of. In this reminds me of many of the early days of the APP store where this was such. The classic curve is you have this giant spike and then you have this kind of lake decay graph where it's Esam Todd approaching some number, and then you kind of end up into a steady state and I had no for this app of where that steady state was going to be but it seems like I found it like it seems like my data my day to day downloads now are relatively stable a relatively consistent and. That sort of a nice feeling that I have a sense of I don't know if this is the bottom of this APP in terms of where it's going to be long term but it seems certainly that I mean a place that it's sort of it's what they would say in the stock market it's found resistance or something like there's a like this seems to be about the kind of daily downloads in the daily support requests and the daily whatever that I can't plan for and expect going forward and it certainly is is a very nice place number eight in the APP stores by is is a is a wonderful place to be. And so that's seems nice and I think is helpful for me to be. Now, as I'm starting to like move forward and to be actually not in like scramble panic mode. But instead to be able to start you know actually. Treating this like a like just one of my normal APPs or I'm working on the next update you on word right now I'm working on version one point one of which Smith. And it's like that's expect that we'll probably come out in about a week or so and it's just I'm not in that the frantic mode anymore because things have kind of settled down, they're still doing very well but it's settled into a place that feels dependable and I, think the only thing that I'm kind of a little bit Have anxiety around from a of where things are perspective is as we're recording probably about three or four days before all the subscriptions for the initial wave of subscribers to the APP. those monthly subscribers are GonNa start coming coming do. and I'm very. Curious to see what that looks like in terms of how many of these people are going to sustain their subscription we're going to keep their subscription Are you know after the after they get charged it? Are they going to cancel? Are they already canceled in? It's not going to renew like I'm curious to see that because. As you know while at this point, what seems like the download side has flattened out and his sort of in a stable place I'd I really realistically can't have can't say that my subscriber base in the business side of the APP is stable Until at least I've had like two months or you know sort of serve to two different charges on the monthly side, and then once I have sense of how the monthly is go, I can probably also start to forecast how the annual subscriptions might go now. So that's sort of where things are with me and I think I'm very intrigued to see what happens in the next week with with with subscriptions but. The reality is even if these subscription renewal rate isn't that great, the new subscriber rate is still reasonable enough that I mean, this is everything is so great and wonderful in that way but it certainly interesting for me to kind of. Wrap my head around what this actually is. GonNa look like going forward. You know when it's I'm not thinking about things on a day to day basis but on a month to month or year to year basis going forward, you don't really know where that baseline is until you reach it. Yeah, I. Think it's interesting I mean you know some something to point out about your your your current status to it's like if this is your baseline number eight in the. Just just for reference that Little Company snapchat that you're beating. They are worth forty billion dollars right now.

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"dave i" Discussed on Post Session Podcast

Post Session Podcast

05:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"dave i" Discussed on Post Session Podcast

"Please no. Over there abuse some other people please you know at least the lifeguard has the little owning over their heads a poop. poop. John By. Yeah, we were on the ferry going to southport. And sure enough the seagull there's they're everywhere because they're behind the boat. For something to come up and Right in my face. On he was pretty young so she just started crying she couldn't handle it. Having a you. Yeah. She was crying that a single pooped on Mommy and. Your facial expression that brought fears. Oh, I'm sure it was this one. Disgust is this. Well I can only imagine what they're poop would be like I see our chickens. When we this fall since you know everything's kind of falling, we'll let him out of the coupe area in the Guardian this come out in the yard and pull out all the Mulch and everything just to get the little worms but. Always they will poop on the walkway and it is the NASTIEST. Junk chickens are nasty. Well, the dogs like it. I didn't hear. Back defeating this season. So maybe there should be a sign that says. Do. Not See the because really if you wanted to be part of the culture, you gotTA teach people that. True however. People don't read signs It's Don't know. There's so many things we have a lot of signed pollution. Look at all the rules that are out there. WAS, no one reads No one reads. And so it would just be one more sign. Yeah. One more thing pollution that no one would read. We just need one. We just need like three rules. Yes. I like that one. Let's. All the drinking backup like non breakable glass. Yeah, why can't we drink on the beach? You know? I hate that rule Dave I. I. Look at it this way. Okay. That's way above my pay grade. That's no comment but you know what you gotTa do you gotTa be talked about this last week you? When we were doing the injustice I think it's our responsibility to teach others. What's customary. Siegel. I think most people are not feeding the seagulls because they're mean and want to make everyone mad that's not it. Misunderstanding well and I'M GONNA have to agree because. What we take for granted when we come to the beach we'll have someone that has never been to the beach and you know in trade and we we teach them. You know look at that person until they hit the water and you know, are they a dunker diver? Are they gonNA dive under the waiver? They're gonNA Connor wave you know. Idea of what they are but. It's no different than if you threw me..

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"dave i" Discussed on I Burn Everything

I Burn Everything

05:00 min | Last month

"dave i" Discussed on I Burn Everything

"Towards my career and I feel like, I've. I've transformed that all of that like I feel like there's an ease to my life today I don't know what's Best I know what feels good and that's all I know and. I feel healed in a lot of areas especially around food I feel really healed around food I eat what I want. I eat healthy and you what I want when I want There's no judgment around it and I feel good. In terms of relationships. I'm single and I am enjoying that and I am You know not actively dating, but open and. I don't know I feel like there's an ease to stuff that there wasn't an east to before how do you feel you've changed in the past five years Dave I sort of I sort of ECHO. What you said in that my priorities absolutely shifted I. Think I had a pretty rigid idea of what I wanted. I was coming out of a series of professional and personal setbacks and was hoping to really you know. Impart. The will of God to change all of them all at once and was really kind of Doing them in a messy way I. I think I I had just started a new job that was Not, a constellation, but it was like a shift from from my previous interaction on my writing career and I think I, had a little chip on my shoulder towards some people professionally and personally in there were things that I wanted that I felt I was entitled to that you know the entitlement that only a an average white man over thirty can have and. I think the last five years I've I've. Zeroed in a little bit on on what's important what's actually important to me and what I'm grateful for and when I'm looking for in my life and I. You. Know I really wanted to be in A. Loving relationship and I I was able to. Do that I found one and I was able to you know remain at least. Mostly employed and I wanted to get to a point where I could Feasibly have a dog which is something I've wanted for my whole life and now I do and she's three and a half months old and she's absolutely Insane but also the cutest thing ever seen in my life she's She's out of her mind but she's fantastic. She Margot we left lost. She just lost to puppy teeth last night for the first time. It was terrifying I didn't know it was happening. I was like wiser blood all over your chew toy like we were playing tug of war and I was like I broke my dog what's happening and Then I after googling nine thousand things, I realize okay. Everything's fine and I washed offer toy and let it dry and Now. She's sleeping behind me and. It's just a long way to go to say you know I always was like I'm not going to get a dog until I get to this perfect place in my life where everything is. You know. I've been able to slot everything into the into the right whole and. Check off every box and you can't really plan for a lot of stuff in your life I'm learning like maybe not the thing I learned last five years that like. You know we had certain expectations for this show for ourselves professionally for stuff relationship in it's like you kind of all you can do is be the best version of yourself that you can, and so you know I think I had maybe just started therapy. When we started the podcast ride, I was about to and now I. I mean I've been going regularly with the same person and I feel. Really good about it. And I am trying to be a little bit nicer to myself which I would always say I would do, and then I never actually did but now I'm actually doing it. So that's where I'm at I love that I think i. think that's amazing. I. Also think like that's over five years. So it's so long like it's such a long span of time. I think probably there's so much that has changed that we. We haven't even taken into account like there's probably. So everything honestly what is in different? You know like? Everything everything in the world around us is different I mean little game is different. The climate of the world is different. The actual temperature of the world is different which you know. We're not gonNA talk about now, but it is troubling I also think that five years from now we even without a podcast to mark time with, we're going to be completely different people. Oh. My God I. Hope So i Love Changing I. Love growing I love growing up. Being a big kid I like taking accountability now. Known ability is a motherfucker I like I like not feeling victim to life I like being like I did that. woopsie. Honestly. Wow.

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"dave i" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

08:07 min | Last month

"dave i" Discussed on Office Ladies

"Whiskey with natural flavors thirty five percent alcohol by volume. Dave Rogers thank you so much. We are so delighted to see you. I'm so excited to see you guys. It's been a little while feel like I just saw you yesterday I watched the show constantly and I've spent probably more time watching you guys than anybody else in the universe. Way Dave you still watch the show even though you edited the show and had to watch the show in great detail for like ten years of your life you can still stomach watching it. Yeah, there's still a long. I watch a lot of indication because it's on. Like I don't seek it out but like you know even when you're scrolling the guide on your TV, it's like Oh office I clip to see what episode it is in inevitably just get sucked in. It's amazing though have so many kids watch the show. Now my nephews are tended eight and and they watch the show they love it and they came to visit the set. They have no recollection visiting the set or anything I'm like I have pictures of you guys. I had to throw you off the set. You were running around and diving on the floor. You know Dave I stole the show Bible when the show wrapped but I think you are walking show Bible I think you. Are The show Bible in human form. I don't think there's anyone who knows more about the details of our show than you. So we're really excited you're here that's a lot of pressure I gotta say at one point I know the show better than anybody but it's been a few years I. See I see now like Trivia questions and just what fans right and I'm like Oh God Yeah I. Don't remember that I've been check on that and stuff like that. Well, the fans are super excited. You're here Dave and they send in tons and tons of questions for you and we cannot wait to just dive into it I'm excited. Should we do a deep dive with Dave Rodgers Deep We'll the first thing we always like to ask people how did they come to get their job on the office? Worked as an assistant editor in television for longtime I started on Seinfeld and then after that, I did a show called the newsradio No newsradio eleven newsradio. I. Cut the clip show first Seinfeld. So have you ever watched the hour long clip show that aired right before the series finale that was my first solo editing credit than it. newsradio is an assistant editor but I started editing as well. But the line producer was a man by the name of Kent Zoo born, AC? Yeah. So Kent was Kent. Was Line producer in we always stayed in touch in worked on other projects with him, and then at some point I I was back at Seinfeld I was working on all the extras for the DVD's can send me an email to hey, I've got a series for you. Take a look. Here's the pilot I. Think it'd be a good fit. The show rumor Greg Daniels to sit okay I watched the pilot and I was like and I hadn't seen the British version of the show I hadn't. I hadn't watched the British version or anything like that I was coming in completely fresh and I watched the pilot and I was like my God just the way his relationship was so cringe. Just relationship especially with with the you. At the beginning with the messages and and. Just the way he would, he would talk to you and everything like that. Now, we can turn on a dime. You're like, you know just even in that seed with the with the salary. Yeah. We could all use a raise and he's like not today Pam, not today and. I just. I was like Oh my God. So I met with Greg I think I met him at the set. You know I think they were writing their offices there. So I was the original building down down off Las Vegas, Jefferson is the season one location. Yeah. Yeah. We just we just sat outside and talk to just about our philosophies. Greg is philosophies on editing in shows and things like that and. I just think I really understood the characters right away. I said I could see Dwight having a battle, start the lactic of Viper on his desk like Star Trek was to mainstream and cool for. Dwight. Like we were you did you plant the C for Battle Star Galactica for Dwight as a character I do take that I have been credited with. Oh my gosh, and then at about the time like season one. Season Two I think the new GALACTICA had started airing. So that's that's really kind of you know came together. You know the final episode that I directed the penultimate episode Dwight Hangs Eight galactica model in his. In his office and he even says things about a little Philip. He's like he looks at the Galactic of the same way I do and you know it's great it just all kind of came together. Then I got to got to deal with battle star. GALACTICA. Well, this is a deep dive. Man I didn't even know there was an old versus new, Galactica. Loop I am disappointed in owner I'm release a day. Right now oh, my God I was just GonNa say so I met with Greg and that was it. We just we just hit it off and he's like all right come on board. So that was it and then I started. My first day. There was the first day of shooting diversity day and. That was it I started editing on diversity day and I tweaked the pilot a little bit but it was. Katherine him off who who edited the pilot and she did she did an amazing job on that and so I I just came We changed a couple things for for broadcast very slightly, but I started from from a diversity day to the finale. Okay well, listen a lot of fans wanted to know about your process date like when you sit down to start editing an episode. What's the first thing you do when? Like when you get all of the footage from an episode? How many hours of footage do you get? How do you organize the footage I? Mean how do you begin to build an episode? There's a couple of different ways that. I would you know start? Attacking. As. We would say one wasted to just start watching dailies just start watching the footage and. I'll just watch takes and I I may write down notes and sometimes I'll just you know just scribble little things like, oh, I like this pam reaction are all this was great. You know we got the shot on on Angela or Kevin or you know whatever was And then other times I like as I'm watching if I see something like that, take a Lotta time takes a few takes to really get in but sometimes you know you get that magic I take two little face but then I'll just throw it into the the the time line and I'll I'll lay it in and then it's a question of like, okay. What beats this what what part is better because you can lay in a whole take all right now I'm GonNa, take it even line by line and just see what beats this. What's you know is there any takes better better? and. Then you're you're looking for reactions in your looking for even all to jokes, things like that. But a lot of times you know there's a natural flow to a take. So you you get it. You you lay it in you know large portions we don't cross takes. It's just like Oh this is it there they hit in their rolling you know and sometimes. You know some of the things we would do is a you know if there's a reaction that slow or something like that on you know we're one angled and we go to the other we can pull pull stuff up or or if there was a pause in dialogue I, can come to a reaction and I can bring the audio in a little earlier just. To pace things up a little bit but but overall, just you know just looking what are the what's the best hake? What's funny? What makes me laugh and that's you know that's what I go with I remember being on set in we would take that felt fantastic like we were in the groove and then and then whoever the director was or would say. Oh circle that one VEDA. So you would get those from. Beta right like you would get all of those documents like this was Greg's favourite take of the.

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"dave i" Discussed on Planet Raconteur

Planet Raconteur

08:25 min | 3 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on Planet Raconteur

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Yeah, man, so I've been kind of busy but I have this story that I'm trying to record and it's coming along I don't have it ready yet, but I promise I will not have it done by the end of night Okay, you talking about conflict resolution? Yep. That's the one right on. Okay. Well, dude, you know just just just get it when you get it and and we'll work it up cool. Cool. All right, I guess I'll go I'll get that done I guess now. Oh, okay. All right. Good good. Yeah, so I get going man to talk. Hang on. You can hold you just another minute or two. Yeah, what's up? Okay. Do I need something weird is fucking happen and I I kind of traced back and I'll tell you about this in a minute. Just just go with me here correct kids came by this morning. And before I saw them I could smell them they came in the house and they were sitting down and we were talking for a few minutes and I got this overwhelming fucking urge to eat. My grandkids. Oh Dave I do there's something wrong. I don't know what the hell it is, But I think can trace it back to something that happened four days ago. And I feel like I know where you're going with this. Yeah. What what's up you remember when I told you about that that that that chick that a friend of a friend had called me up just to say hello one of those things off one thing went to another thing. I invited her over for some coffee or whatever and she came over had some coffee. And you know, dude we started to get intimate, of course by intimate. We moved the proceedings to the next room and and and we lay down and then things are going and and it's all happening and skip to the Lou My Darling all of the fucking sudden wage at the moment of truth. She bites me on the shoulder. Okay, and she latched in like you know, my blood had the Cure in it. Okay, just say I wasn't kind of freaked out by the dude this was you know, I've been I'm old enough to say I've been around a little bit. But I didn't read that. You know, I'm a biter whip me beat me make ride hot chicks. I didn't get that vibe off this chick. I got a kind of cool, but all of a sudden man, she just got in her eyes were shining and she was just I swear to God. I think might have heard a growl once. I don't know. Yeah, I think I might have heard a growl once and she let loose and it was like a fucking movie man. We had a little bit of light there and I could see your teeth in her teeth were like glowing fuking red and I'm going to this page I got to get some new weed cuz this old stuff is just it ain't working me write or something, but something's wrong man. I do too. I think imma werewolf. I mean, not really really I mean I'm a conspiracy guy and all that but Something's wrong. I mean never wanted to like eat my grandchildren before well, we'll day Dave. Yeah. Listen. I had a feeling that I knew that this was what you were going to say. I can tell you I can tell you it has nothing to do with the weed. Okay? Yeah, dude just from everything that you're telling me. They're one hundred one hundred percent aware wolf. You know that's happening. So you're just going to have deal with that. Okay? Okay. I mean, it's cool. You don't have to worry about it. There's there's more of a life out there. Yeah, why yeah, what yeah. Yeah. Yeah, man. I'm a werewolf to I'm sorry. I never told you, you know, I know we've been friends for a while now, but I mean, it's it's real. I just didn't know how you would take it. So I just I figured it wasn't too important. You know, I mean we get along okay, you know, it's never wage has been an issue with a couple of friends, but I figure you know, I'm like what we have going here with this whole, you know, the the store the planet raconteur thing has been going good, but I'm telling you dude. It is fine. Everything is going to be fine. You know, I mean look at it yourself under look at your shoulder is healed, right? Yeah. Yeah. So, I mean that's one of the perks of being a werewolf man, you know, these injuries they kind of heal up. And I mean that's not the only thing you know, there's other benefits as well. But I'm going to tell you this right now though. Don't let your kid don't need the grandkids. Don't do that. Don't do that. I know you feel the urge man, but it's going to be okay. Just trust me. They're okay cuz I know what I'm talking about. I know I told you my age before but I'm actually a lot older than what I've actually told you. So I've been around for a while and it's going to be good man. There's a lot of us out there. Wait, yeah, we're wolf. I'm a werewolf, but it's cool. I'm not the only one you're aware wolf too. So don't freak out too much. It's cool is going to be fine. It's going to be fine. There are a lot of us out there man. And you know, we all get along manners like a community. We kind of look out for each other, you know, and you're one of us now and it's cool. Don't sweat it. So I should take this chicks call as what you're saying, which I haven't been doing the last few days off. We going to want talk her man for sure. You know, I mean if for no other reason just to confirm but you know, just from what you're telling me it sounds a hundred percent but she's I'm sure she's real cool down a protocol even lower man. I forgot to even ask you that but trust me it's going to be okay. Or a werewolf werewolf, man. Oh shit. Yeah, it's okay. Don't freak out man. I've been aware wolf for a long time and I'm good with it. Okay, you're going to have to excuse me, cuz I'm have to pick my brain up off the floor and just a little I'm a little verklempt on this one brother. I know I understand man. That's kind of a hard thing for some people to get with men, but it's it's totally okay. Trust me. You're going to enjoy it man. Just give it a little bit of life. You're going to love it. Trust me. Wow, okay..

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"dave i" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

07:19 min | 4 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"My life. So I'm just glad i. get the opportunity I. Don't know if you're recording whatever but you know if MOCHA here this I've said it to him. I've said it to other people August. Easy I'm easy giving credit where credit is due. So Mo Mo is forever has a place in my heart and I know this gets a little money on this I'm a little money on this because I know that you have said to me you're the one that told me about dukes. Oh It was the fucking the the craigslist. I thought it was a woman Cheryl Pierce or something like that. I thought she had told me that. So listen and I'm a man of a certain age and I'm a man of a certain age with an older memory. So things got a little bit foggy but you know if you tell me that you told me about this craigslist and I believe you. 'cause I could us when we had a conversation Why don't you go I thought I had suggested why don't you go talk to the guy and you run the open Mike and you weren't into it for some reason? No. Yeah. I saw and I was like Oh. This'll be cool for Dave to do because like I I don't think that at that time I could have done anything like that because like I wasn't fully developed invested and and then like, and I always looked at you as a guy who was like was like so natural and the way I talked to people that like it was it would be a lot easier for you A. Lot. Easier for you to do that just not not only been people up but the way your personality is on stage it. It of raising you know. More. Yeah. Well, thank you very much there by the way I think now you know you would be great at it. It's definitely a specialty. You're great at what you do stand up. Yeah. Don't talk about it on the show, but you'll graded stand up and I haven't heard the last nine ten interviews say anything about that. I think maybe John said something but you're great stand up you really are and You know. Without, a doubt if I could do anything for you know if I could you waiting view you? I'm no longer in the business. That's why I'm on this show. Comics in the sad part about you doing all these interviews, what's going to come of it? Nobody's in the business anymore to help you. Out Everybody's out but anyway, but you never know but yeah, I would do anything if I could. And you've come a long way, 'cause you grow as a person and a personality. So but hosting is really something that's totally false hosting is completely different like. Once I once I got like the kind of idea that like a one thing and and when I created that show upstate whatever at your house, like that was like my real Kinda Kinda go into a whole thing and I think I think it might have been also the comedy works the up there when. WanNa. Contest it's one of those things but like. Once you recognize what your personality is. You know then then then you can go there and do it. But like I realized that my personality as as a host in as standup are are two different things and so like learning how to have that energy up up front as as a host is is so fucking draining that like I. Do, it's fucking like like by the by the end of the show I feel like I feel like I've I've just done like a torn Iraq like that's. It's a lot. It's a lot. So you know. Even even even if someone kind of Fox up you, you still got like take that and then bring the show back up that with the next person has like you know a good foot in you know it's A. Crazy crazy thing of obese. But now I learned it literally, I'm not the best at hosting right now like I'm not like the best host, but I know how to be a good host where people be like you'll what this this was. This was an awesome show. Yeah. You know it's so funny to say that because I really never felt any of that and I'm not saying that to Brag. But I think it was out of ignorance. It wasn't because I'm so cool. Yes. I'm like I don't know I'm just doing what they're. What am I do I guess I just bring up the next guy in you know and also wow I talk more to do more stand up and I never had any material. So we just talk whatever came out of my head Blah you know. They opened my mouth. I would breathe. It's like that Eddie Murphy movie was that Dave what was that when he's into guys Ed. Oh Yeah and Dave. No. No. No, it's not meet Dave I. Don't. Like Alien? Yeah. I've got name of that movie. Yeah. Well, it's. Murphy. Some of them were forgettable but. He just you know he did some bums but that's okay. Yes. So anyway so it's like. The voices of my head you know there was A. Movie inside out whatever you know. Voices apparently tell me what sailor you just want him saying nothing you're right. It's. Meet Day actually. Dave Ya Ya. Look at you doubting my Eddie Murphy Film. Knowledge I know my Eddie Murph- Eddie. Murphy bums. I never saw it. I never saw it because the reviews bad I never went but and wait a minute wasn't okay. It's not your typical Eddie Murphy movie but like it wasn't a bad movie, you know it was very different for at the time you know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway, but yeah but it was fun to do and by the way getting paid for it was really great and. I got I got paid a certain amount for a while and then got paid another amount for the last while and I was like I always had money in my pocket. Yeah. I had money and I like I wouldn't leave it in my sock drawer carrying around and they were tired I was walking around with a couple of hundred dollars in my pocket. I was like this is great. You know a truck of a truck driver during the night and I'm also well. I can't say I was a comedian during the day. So I was doing both which was not a great idea, but it was great having that money and by the way I don't know if this is true but I would always tell people it's not that I brag about it but it would come up in conversation I considered myself and I could be wrong. But I considered myself the second highest paid comedian in the Albany capital district area for that entire time. Based on the numbers of what I was getting paid on a Saturday night. which was a little bit more than bill and I don't know what the kids are calling today but I'll call it a bill. Bill. Times that by fifty weeks forget about fifty two times that by fifty weeks you know I don't know what Greg was getting for his shows but nobody else was. That other guy was doing that other show I don't know if anybody was making five thousand dollars a year or you know. Other than me. I don't know I think I think like everyone was pretty much focus on on. Trying, to do comedy and stuff but like. I tip because comedians and never really like really I guess the the young ones anyway I, never really focused on trying to get money for the trying to get the time do whatever. Yeah so So that was it. I was like, wait a minute at some point I think on the second highest paid con I mean it doesn't get you a job I don't go.

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"dave i" Discussed on IMPACT: The Podcast

IMPACT: The Podcast

07:36 min | 4 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on IMPACT: The Podcast

"An amazing rapper. He's a fantastic improviser. Super Funny. But he still has his he. So earnestly says the most hyperbolic things about himself always say keep that I. Love that because how do you date someone like that? How do you rule with someone like that, and that's the show speaking of Dave's personality and experiences. I was curious how jeff could possibly comb through Dave's memory database and select goes in the show. Is there any boundary of what's to sacred and should be left strictly personal or is everything just fair game? So Dave and I started talking I just said Dump looks dump all your stories into a bucket. Let's see and and let's make smaller buckets. Let's make a season one, but you're not famous at all, and then because he has a lot of stories, the show trails is liked by like five or six years. So he has all these stories that are happening now. That's your way to famous like no one knows who you are in the beginning of. So that has to go to the side. And then he started to tell me things like while i. need to tell you about you know my penis and I said, he said, and he's told me about said that this is a secret like no one knows about this. Please don't tell anyone and I said, okay, except this is going to be the first scene of the series. He goes really and I go. Yeah. That's the very first thing. I want people to know. and. He did it and it's amazingly disarming and I think one of the things people love about the show like our touchstone was our north star was authenticity and he's beating so authentic and so vulnerable and same with data, and they're not hiding behind a character. They're playing versions of themselves. So they're just standing there going misses me. I. Think People Really responded to that. But that wasn't even your original question about what stories go in and what stores go out. The interesting thing was the original concept of the pilot was completely different. It was it was a moment that was super important. David was the biggest moment of his life. It was the moment that he hit San and sent out his first video and it went viral instantly, and he said the biggest moment of his life because it's the day he came, we always thought he could be. And that was the original concept to the pilot and started to talk to Fx they very wisely said. I Dunno origin stories are sort of boring. We know what's going to happen. and. And since you know what's going to happen and you know he's going to, he's going to be success. Everyone else just seems like a stick in the mud and. I started thinking. You know they're hundreds of right. So we moved to like four weeks later because four weeks after you've had a big viral video, you're just a guy who had a viral video for weeks ago. And you're, not legitimate you're not anything. So. It was just a much more interesting place to start. Thinking back to my conversation with Dave, I wanted to know from Jeff's perspective. What about this show has made it so successful and also has brought it to a much wider audience than just the original. Lil. dicky. Fans it. Really all comes back to the theme of the show and of Davis, a man authenticity. A lot of people whether they knew little dicky's music videos or whether they've never heard of little dicky were surprised at how much the show had to say. and. I think it is those moments that you just mentioned those moments just like like open chested vulnerability. That field. So Real I. Think people really responded to that stuff and I think we were able to do a mix of. Really, sincere and emotional stuff, and also really shocking extreme comedy stuff. But I, don't think the shocking extreme communist of would've worked with that underpinning of authenticity. AM and like, and this is what life is really like. The show David has. A. Has A fan base that's not limited at all now, two little Dickie fans, and I think because of because it's different than the videos and Dave to his credit didn't want to do a show that was just another one of his videos you wanted to do a show. It really talked about him and talked about these other issues. I mean. He's right this sort of nexus of all these complicated things. I mean, he's got, there's body image stuff. There's there's masculinity stuff. There's appropriation stuff. There's race I. Mean. He's a white rapper in a predominantly black field is all of these things that were so charged and he wanted to go right at them and I think. But we don't the important thing press was not to go right at them in a preachy way. It did none of these. Felt like a very special episode of you know they end the way to do that is to come at them in a very, very personal. And by doing something so personal, you actually talk about something very universal. Now, curb is actually the same thing. It's just comedy, right? So Larry is dealing with the little things that everybody like has to deal with and and he's dealing with his own way, and so for an audience for curb people either saying like they see Larry, do something they see a situation and they say either. That happened to me before man I. Wish I. Could I yelled at him like that. I wish I could have killed at that pig parker or they go. Done that I'm good barker I am. Jeff has a lot of experience working with creatives who are the center of their own show from Jerry Seinfeld. Larry. David and now Dave. Bird. So how does he build the trust needed to pull off these shows? I mean you build that trust by working with them every day and being right? I mean these shows like curb is curb is such a collaborative. Thing in every scene is alive rewrite. So if I'm directing and writing and like when writing, it's just let Aaron. I. And we've known each other for a long time. But that got built up over like sort of proving yourself as you know as Alec Berg and I were. Story Editors Seinfeld, and like Oh, we can use this script. That's a good story in. And just bothering him at how to do every little thing. The, comedy comedy is so collaborative that you need to be able to have someone next to like for me these. These are the most value added value added performance, Larry. Dave I. Mean. They just have all of this stuff to say and I've got a lot of stuff to say, and we're just sitting there like going at it and. The. Nice thing Larry. Who is so sure of what's. Good. Or bad like on his on his thermometer, he'll. He'll try anything that he's like, oh, he'll try this try that he's confident enough to try almost anything, and if it works, it's great and it's in. So it's just years of doing that. But they know also with the actors like especially when you're doing improv. They trust me. We're GONNA put in the editing room and only use the best parks. and. The Level of. Trust, for the cast and me for Kerber David. We're going to come up with something really funny today. Like here's an outline, the stories. Funny. You guys are funny I'm funny. We're GONNA. We're GonNa make something great I don't know what it's going to be quite yet. It's not going to be what I thought it was going to be, but it's going to be. Right, so would you say trust is kind of what you attribute to successful partnerships? Yeah, well, it's also having an aligned focus. So Jerry Larry taught us how to do everything, but they also taught us the most important thing which is they were worried about one thing. What's.

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"dave i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You're too angry I was who would want to have sex with me Dave I was bitter and angry for six months with no matter what my libido was I don't know I didn't make any of those notes in the notes that I was just miserable and two brothers they they say they like to do it again for a longer period with more variables and actually get a good study going because they only did for how long they did it for a month which is still enough to see yeah change I want to do it for six months now they need to have a full blood work panel too they didn't do a yes chant like they didn't measure testosterone to find out of testosterone fell you know during that I think that would be an interesting thing especially and their point is look we're identical twins were the perfect people to experiment on it you get the feeling that neither of these guys are gonna cheat they're going to do it exactly the way it's supposed to be done because they genuinely want to know that's how I'd be if I had a twin what do you do cool stuff if you are an identical twin like that when you do cool stuff like that I would I never thought of having an identical twin it would be kind of scary I thank do you know a lot of people were twins at it'll you know do you do you you don't know I have I went to school with some identical twins yeah I have four sets of twins that I am still friends with from childhood college whatever and two of them are very very very close and two of them despise each other and have nothing identical or just yes the identical okay they're identical which makes the whole despising so weird but I asked one of the women that I know who does not speak to her identical sister I was like I don't know what's the deal with that she's like when you grow up with a mirror sometimes you never want to see it again and I thought that was kind of interesting and that's all she said and I didn't push it I I just think that for some people not ever feeling like you have your own identity becomes too much I don't think I'd enjoy especially during childhood wearing the same clothes everywhere because we're twins isn't that cute no it's not even that it's being referred to in the collective form you don't so which one are you told that yeah or the twins they're the twins but then I did two other sets of twins that I know they're my age and they are one of them lives next door to his brother I mean they're very very very close and their families are very very very close and they'll be that way till they die so I just find it interesting I don't have any twins that are just you know no just just normal close with their so I don't know they either hate each other at their super close there seems to be a weird disconnect there I don't know I've I've talked to twins that have said things like I can't imagine my wife without the other person like I it's beyond my ability to comprehend because they've been there the entire time and when your twin does die that's gotta be incredibly tough for the other one yep yep right or just yeah I just rather have a regular sibling I thank I like my siblings for the most part when we get back we've got a couple things one no tick tock did not kill the trump rally actually want to talk about that I don't care I don't care I I just think that the trump rally was poorly attended for a variety of reasons one of which is that trump supporters are not idiots and they didn't necessarily want to be crowded into a venue if you look at the numbers of people who watched it online millions of people watch that rally millions of people it's not like people weren't interested they just didn't want to go I also have proof that too much exercise will kill you yep it's the one I found this yup we will talk about that after this but first season we can we have the news there for media the White House says the president is very pleased with the Tulsa rally turnout and he was just kidding about slowing down testing for coronavirus I've got all the details for you coming up at two thirty right here on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM at nine four one FM just stories we cover stories that matter to you a place for my family Americans want Connie back on track actually my health nineteen is still very real Colorado do what you need these things are very important if it matters to you it matters to us carry away news radio guys if you are in the market for a new bad maybe you're sleeping on the old taco you know what I'm talking about you lay in the.

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"dave i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:03 min | 4 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Well my goodness Dave I had some spicy poking on the break and I like in a hail the spicy part the now it's stuck in my throat hi how many water I I am trying to have water but it's it's it's a very weird I see so much more in a line outside I have to shut the window I what your windows open it's air conditioning season Dave by the way I don't care if it gets down to like fifty degrees during the day I'm not turning my I I can't but these are killing me this year this is the worst year ever to have allergies because now if you're anywhere you sneeze everybody looks you like I know I have allergies the same allergies I have every year but thank you for noticing this year as I sneeze into my own math okay here's a question Dave I've been meaning to ask and I've forgotten to right now yes what is this sneezing etiquette when you're wearing a mask now in theory the mask is there to catch all the droplets right to keep it from spilling them into the air but then if it's an especially moist sneeze is full I don't give a crap what what do you do in that situation because let me I have a solution what what is it simple solution keep one in your pocket in one on your face now you're talking about being prepared boy scout not all of this is is good as David is you only have one NASCAR you get up to did you get a bunch of paper masks okay I was going to buy some paper masks off Amazon in the theory that maybe I'd be able to read write better than I can breathe in these cough mask because I'm not clock master not working for me and I'm now try like four five they're just not it's not it's not working for me so I'm about to go off what was that how the paperwork for you that paper probably would have worked better but the paper also does not stop the transfer viruses as I was about to hit the hit the buy button it's like yeah in tiny letters just not just not spread fire does not stop the spread of viruses it's the purpose now doesn't it special that they don't so I didn't buy am but I think I am because I I don't even care I just want to be able to breed still trying to adapt thank god we don't have a job were required to wear him every time I see like servers walking around and that you know people doing active jobs wearing masks I just want to go along sorry my story about very fortunate for that yeah many other reasons but yeah that definitely that's not what I wanted to talk about this hour I got a couple stories on the blog but I want to talk about starting with the identical twins these two guys super athletic guys one of them is a personal trainer did there they do all this stuff together as twins right they've climbed mountains and they do YouTube videos or whatever is there thing I don't even know why they're famous but here we are anyway they decided to experiment by going on to a completely different diets one of them became a vegan which means no animal products whatsoever no animal by products nothing that did not come from Mother Earth is a part of the indictment the other one did the carnivore diet which is neat meet and some veggies meat meat veggies very little veggies and they follow the exact same workout regimen because one of them is a personal trainer and that they ended up showing the results online now Angie I'm gonna ask you this one of the brothers went on a vegan diet one of the brothers went on a an omnivorous diet carnivore mostly carnivore meat and vegetable vegetables and they ended up having two different results one of them lost more fat and had a lot of energy and the other one gain more muscle I didn't really have a change of his energy but he also gain more fat he gained fat as part of this process but when you look at them side by side I gotta tell you I like the meat eaters physique a little bit better than the vegan to see because he has more muscle mass I'll take a little extra little extra layer of fat and I'm I'm not even looking at this in a in a sexual fashion I'm just saying which one I I find more visually appealing in that way your most important elements however and that is this is why every guy in the audience even though he okay it's very appealing to think I'm gonna have more energy and lose a lot more fat but the vegan guy also lost his libido completely yeah said it just fell off a cliff it's funny as he goes I don't know why could it be that we get things in the form of amino acids and hormones frankly by eating meat that you do not get from eating vegetables not to mention you got it you know do you feel like a wuss when you're when you're eating a vegan diet you know Ryan from my Broncos country tonight he's begin his knee injury yeah he is here for health reasons so asked about his libido tonight on the show edgy I think that'll go well he's going to get so embarrassed to be read a whole lot out back to life tell them that you have to ask on my behalf that you would never ask such an embarrassing question but maybe on the other hand hundred percent I would ask that question but I need you to do it because I'm busy I got stuff I got things you.

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"dave i" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Dave I wanted to just mention to the audience here something that's happened a couple times to me over the past month is that people called in and you know we we always do this financial inventory basically when we're interviewing somebody just to kind of get a picture of of really what they already have and what their goals are and so forth and twice in the last month I've had we've had somebody call that they they share this information with us and I said you know what you already have a raft in there like I do I didn't know that and that the problem was that they didn't know how to use that they didn't know really how to maximize an and that after a certain number of years and different options should be made and and and so forth and and the neat thing is that we were able to kind of look back at that account and say you know what we can maximize this by doing certain things you know request different allocation changes and so forth to really maximize in and it's just such a great gift to them that they can call our office and that we know how to maximize that for them right even if we didn't set it up for them we can that we can help them with that and we're happy to do that this is the service we offer obviously there's no financial reward in it for us or the company anybody that you know that we help but that's sad with reviewing work you know this this is that's exactly right I mean that this is why reviews are so important so if you set up you know personal pension plan or if you have a four one K. or IRA or you know any of these kinds of accounts and you're not doing reviews with your financial adviser I would say that your financial adviser is not serving as a proper fiduciary because as a fiduciary we know that things change circumstances change and so forth and so on and then from year to year things may be different that might be better or that we may want to write you know pull the reins in in you know my possibly make some changes internally me and the strategies that we set up so these are very very important things to do and as fiduciaries Loretta my pride ourselves in B. and the ability to do that and help people whether or not you're our client or you are our client will still help you okay and so we've done that plenty and we're happy to do it and you know from time to time we get referrals from people that you know we don't even have an account with people say you know it's just something you know but this ten years ago or five years ago and and I really haven't you know heard from my advisor I really don't know what what it is and so we'll be able to explain Hey this works like this and we can maximize it this way and you know the route strategy itself I mean when we first heard about this sixteen years ago it I just I grasped on it because I I love the way that it can multi purpose my money so one of my clients a couple years after we had started offering Nissen and helping people with their retirement in this manner she said to me I love my RAF strategies reef a raft down for retirement approach free of tax and it's a properly designed and funded indexed universal life contract she says I love it because it multi purpose is my money if I die too soon then my family's taken care of with the ballooning documented of Venice of course and it's going to be going tax free to them and then I can also create this tax free distributions later on for my retirement which is huge I mean when you're putting in a hundred thousand dollars in an investment and then later on you can pull out twenty thousand dollars a year for the rest of your life that's pretty amazing and then of course if you're get L. or sec then you can have access immediately to even almost up to ninety percent of that death benefit that's available to you so that you're really protected in all areas of your life and so we want to be able to get an illustration is based on your situation and see if the RAF strategy is for you and of course personal pension plan everything we can get the book into your hands and illustration based on your needs by simply giving us a call at eight six six five four four seventy seven fifty five to.

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"dave i" Discussed on I Burn Everything

I Burn Everything

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on I Burn Everything

"And it's but again. It's like I think the whole thing is a struggle because it's hard to know if if 'cause I certainly believe that and put that into practice, but is that practice and belief a luxury or An example of white privilege and it's like again. Maybe maybe this show is going to have some growing pains because like I can't come out of this with a definitive if that's correct or no absolutely not, but I think. Again we should set up a hotline which is the Dave is wrong hotline? We'll get a different. Given different phone number. That's just people going. You are fucking Dave. You're wrong, wrong. I'm amy was in it, but you you or shitting in the bed. I mean look. Part of Things changing and growing is that we're GONNA. Be Wrong. I, don't care. That's great. Let me wrong like but I think. The, cancel culture shaming. That's happening right now from every angle and every person hot like it has got to stop no one no one is going to feel. Comfortable or like they can act like I. Honestly, there have been so many people being like stop doing this. Don't do this only do this. Stop like and it's white. Eagles a white people in his white people to other and I'm just like we have got to stop like that is not helpful if you're acting as as if we know other people need to do. We don't. Oh! I I'm the the white people. And it's I don't know if I've ever. said this before, but somebody that I talk about how. A boy. This is. Going to tell you about the white supremacists instagram people that found me a couple of months ago. I think you did yes on this show. Yes, you did. Okay. Yeah, well so I'm seeing a lot of people getting called out for the kinds of tweets that I wrote not in the in the time of like crazy or like an inspiring social uprising essentially, but just they found tweets of mine where I kinda just call myself. for being like an annoying white person I hate it when White People Blah Blah Blah and I think it's kind of important to not do that and to not kind of distance yourself from from other. Other, people that are essentially the same as you although I will say those wins firms is found me because they thought I wasn't white. They were like if you're Jewish, you're not white. And then that was what they were angry about. But that's a story for different time you know that I. Mean I don't. Talk about that. But but I'm just saying like I'm seeing a lot of tweets similar to the ones that I got called out for. BILITERAL white supremacists, but I'm seeing people being like way. People were so annoying and it's like I'm looking at your Avatar and you are a white person, and then I'm looking at their mentions, and you're getting called out for being a white person so yeah. It's a real. You know. So, let's say woof Woof to that and then tell me what your relationship and food updates are. If you have them, I do either really small, but my food update is. I'm I'm. Having that like Thank God I'm home feeling after having been on a road trip for like two days. They are two days home and let me tell you something the on the way. There I planned for some degree I didn't plan well, but I had enough snacks, but on the way home I did not have enough snacks and. I ate was so sad. I mean like. DRIED MANGO? Like a few cashews like Dave I ran out of food I I don't eat like fast food and I won't eat fast food. It I get Migraine so. I really a quite literally just like dried on the way home. It was bad. were, not able to stop it all. I was really cautious about stopping. Because like high high traffic, like in the middle of nowhere, the chevrons or the shell stations of gas stations were pretty heavily traffic through. You know like I was I was trying be careful. No one was wearing masks so I didn't go purchase a ton so I just like got some. I honestly even buy anything I. Guess I also wasn't that hungry, but Yeah, so I'm happy. To make do yeah. Yeah. I just had to make do I had like one green juice, but it was rough I. and my favorite food update was really nice to For the first time I tried Dutch grows coffee and their little drive through. That's only like inorder in California, and probably like organ and it's like a tiny little hutch, looking sort of Dutch drive through, and you get your coffee and it was so delicious. I'm GonNa Miss. Roads, but it's really Roku. Repeat little thing. I would love if they brought it to California. And relationship updates I I am on a dating APP. I got bored and just downloaded one I'm not sure if that was a good idea or not and We'll find out but I. I had a zoom date last night and do. I will say this. Guy Looks like a combination of two of my least favorite boyfriends. I just honestly found. Combination, combination just like in general you looked and it was like Oh. That's this guy is in this guy's forehead or or what? He looked like a, he looked like my two least favorite boyfriends.

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"dave i" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:36 min | 5 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Know I have to say my weekend death thank you David yeah it's a nice with Dave I heard a great I think there's a great cover of that or I have heard a cover of that from to desk you trucks who also plays with them clapping all the time yeah which is I saw them at red rocks quick flight you really yeah it was they are spreadable so incredibly by truckers opened and to desk you tracks red rocks when inventions of everything incredible anyway Dave Wilson but we have a couple they're just so cool my next flight right yeah it's kind of what you want to be Susan Tedeschi yeah right all right Dave Wilson we know you've got a chart we'll get there well you don't have to learn to play guitar to figure out this one let's put it that way it's all about you know gross stocks I mean you know you look at the relationship between growth and value indexes you know you can pick the S. and P. five hundred if you want a broader look you can pick the Russell one thousand and you're seeing ratios between the two indicators back to where they were in two thousand when because she had that internet driven bull market that the nineteen nineties peaking so here we are again now the question is what about valuation and it's a question that the folks at bank of America specifically analyst Steven Stockmeyer Jordan young tackled in their latest research looking at the price earnings ratios for the Russell one thousand growth in value indexes and just doing a simple you know subtraction to produce a spread between the two and when you do that you find out sure the growth stocks are more expensive but nowhere near as expensive in relative terms as they were back twenty years ago when stocks were peaking so basically you know their take is that what we saw this week with the value stocks one of getting a bit of a rebound in relative terms no maybe it doesn't last for long because you know there's certainly enough room in terms of valuation for growth stocks to reassert themselves now I'll just point out so that you know you could run the same analysis with ratios and Michael guarded M. camp partners actually did that in a report out yesterday then you come to the same results are really doesn't matter whether you doing division of subtraction you end up in the same place with gross stocks more expensive but nowhere near as expensive as they were at the height of the market in two thousand other words Dave don't give up on growth stocks that's kind of the message here Carol and if you want to know more send me email I get to the chart the explosion occurs whether and everything I do going forward the email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net that's D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net which do this weekend Dave Wilson you know that's a good question I haven't thought that far ahead mmhm she just gonna wing it right whatever time the okay you know the spirit tailbacks to lax what are you doing Karamazov Phil axing believe it or not with a bunch of virtual college tours lined up for tomorrow I think it's supposed to rain time okay we want to do some painting outside so maybe that'll be Sunday I'm not quite sure yeah what do you do yeah no hanging around in your machine listen to some music maybe listen to your podcast you could great podcast I do yeah it is a big podcast rich Paul what advice from agents in basketball who does he represent Brian James.

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"dave i" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

12:13 min | 7 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on Even Money

"Promo Code is podcast one so I guess we'll start Dave with just the lay of the land. I mean you are the head of marketing for an online betting operation and there's not a lot to bet on right now at least in the world of sports. What's it been like for you guys yet? Been a crazy few weeks. I mean just you know the NBA fallen off in March madness NHL NO MLB regular season. I mean that was just a it. Got Crazy got hectic we did a lot of scrambling in the luckily. I mean I I. Luckily we have a huge poker room and a huge casino both Verda Digital Casino and alive casino so numbers. There are through the roof. I mean we're setting records over there every week. The numbers are disgrace a Lotta people just taking their acts from raid into poker or casino in a lot. We're getting a lot of sinus. Because that to you know semi Peoria stuck in their homes without the Nadeau so they wanted to play a little poker blackjack at night so we're getting a lot of new sign ups which is awesome But yeah he you know sports is definitely taken a hit not gonna be. Seo Unique you lose march madness in the end of NBA NHL seasons. And that's GonNa take a toll but we gyn creative or don't as much as we possibly can on we're putting as much content site as possible. We have more content than any other book out there Anything from you know to give you an example. After all these sports went down my boss and I just had a search what's going on in the world and there are leagues you know throughout the world that are that are still in action Russia. They're still playing hockey. They're playing volleyball and they're playing table tennis. So we're like okay. This Russia book has table. Tennis IS WE'RE GONNA put table there. We'll probably right at you bets. Whatever at least while some odds on the site Lo and behold I mean the actual getting on table. Tennis is is just amazing. It's it's IT'S INCREDIBLE. People are just betting in in the UAE. Bedding is through the roof for table. Tennis I keep Calling Ping Pong. That's essentially what it is but on twitter talking about some guy hit me under the table tennis. The best word to bet live because it's the score changes so quickly and it's you know the points are one after the other so who knows so your stuff like that and just you know? Were you know two weeks ago with Anna Friel? Nfl Free Agency. You know Tom Brady move into the buccaneers and people are are are betting the buccaneers to win the Super Bowl. So we're putting our content lot more. Nfl draft stuff. Usually we have the odds up that the week before. The drags are so hard for us to manage. But I mean we have over fifty draft props upright down. They've been up for about three weeks now. So we're just as much content and say it's possible people are betting it. Does it make up for no march madness absolutely not but but it's keeping players busy. You know all his gaming stuff that I raised. I racing on for NASCAR. The weekends has been great at so interesting to watch too. I'M NOT REALLY NASCAR guy. A metronome live never watched the entire NASCAR race. Split those erasing the. They've been quite interesting watching every weekend. So we're putting odds on that you name it. We're put nods up so that is so interesting about that Russia and the table tennis and stuff like that. I don't know how people bed about stuff that they don't know anything about but I'm sure like anything else. You can pick it up and figure it out pretty quickly. I did want to ask you Dave. I would imagine with all the quarterback movement in Free Agency. Stephen I've talked about this the last couple of weeks that it feels like more season win. Total lines have moved and moved dramatically. This free agency. Then maybe we've ever seen before because of all. The quarterback movement has that translated to a Lotta people placing beds. You mentioned Brady and the bucks that translated to a Lotta people placing bets. If so where they played in those bets. Yeah no absolutely free. Agent stuff like free agency or trades or even draft. It's always exciting. Time now not only be a fan but for our cause take take an action on futures as always ebbs and flows goes. We put them up. People bet on that it gets quiet than then free agency heads and people hit up and visit goes quiet trade hits it goes up up and down so yeah it was. It was pretty crazy last couple of weeks. You know with with all the free agency short enough. You Know Tom Brady. Go into the buffs. People are hitting the buccaneers over. And it be you know. Essentially moved from seven and a half of the nine On but on the other hand keep our hit the patriots under that went from ten and a half over a month ago. When everybody thought Brady was GONNA be back down to about nine. So so yeah. You're getting great action. The most popular season win total. Kinda give you refine idea of. Wha How people bet on the big moves it is the cardinals over so out obviously people are fitting that because you know they picked up Hopkins Right Guy that great trade. So that's the most popular over right now or most policies a win. Total is over seven and a half or the cardinals. That's like I said. That's definitely as Donna on Hopkins making over Arrigoni. So so yeah. It's a lot of fun. Also you know we put these totals up earlier at all as folks are really pushed each other so that that used to be back in the day season winter totals did not go up until after free agency often after the draft after the schedule but now always books are pushing each pushing each other to get a first that they've gone up a lot earlier with that you know there's going to be a lot more movement since folks are putting these up before free agency. Draft Etcetera. I gotTA think to. I've been seeing some of the over under for the draft. Dave I gotTA think I don't know how many people normally bet the draft but I gotta think this will be by far your most heavily bet draft ever and there's got to be you know to some of these wildcards. It makes even more interesting. Yeah huge names. Of course you're you're you're exactly right. Anything that's did draft is big. It's a big betting event. When I first started to address the odds way back when you know fifteen years ago or whatever it was just Kinda. Put HIM UP Keep talking about NFL on his little niche bent. But it's earned into a big betting event. You know events now that people come back to the site that you might not that might cash out after the Super Bowl. These football player football players COME BACK TO BET. So so yeah. There's that draft Beggar that that Donald the hell's going on his real sportsworld the bed on an ad that some these big names in it. It's going to be a colossal. Then we know we already have dow fifty odds on the on the site give or take a few It's GONNA BE WE'RE GONNA add to that probably another thirty. At least it's going to be our biggest offering ever. We usually don't have offering this big until the week of the draft and we already have it weeks out so we're excited about. It's going to be a big event very challenging event for us to to book. It's always. It's always a challenge to book these draft routes. But you know it's GonNa be a big event where we're thirsty for big events right now. Thank punks great. But it'll be great to talk about. Nfl Games Steve. You're saying I think last year didn't you say Steve that a lot of times? There's value betting the draft especially like a day or two before the draft is new. Information comes out and you have a pretty good idea of guys that are going to go higher lower. Yeah absolutely because remember the draft is predetermined for the most part. Someone knows someone who knows who they're going to be selecting given things go according oil so it's not like the game gift decided out on the field so that it is not unusual that you will see in the final day and this is reflected somewhat in the mock draft as well just to give an example Jordan love is free falling in terms of expectations in where he's going to go in the first round even if he's going to go in the first round and Herbert looks like he's going to be a top six pick and like one book out. There had matchup Herbert versus love. And it's not a guaranteed it's GonNa win but a match bet like that is such a good bet you'd be hard pressed to afoul the better. Bet that Herbert versus love in a match up in any Traditional sports bet that you would make and historically as the draft approaches. You're going to see more and more that you're just gonNA see a one player for instance they'll be like an over under might be thirteen and a half where he's going to go out and the draft and you're just GonNa see them free falling on the mock draft in the final twenty four hours and usually that projection is correct. And so then Dave you guys and we talk about this again in a few weeks but you guys have to be all over that as new information comes out and that's part of the challenge from the from the book. May I mean this year? Hopefully it'll be different since there's not a whole heck of a lot going on for guys on the stage but during a normal year. There's so many rumors that command. Steve said there's so much information that's out there. But you gotta dig it. Really gotTA DIG in. You know. There's so much else going. On at this time of year with the NBA NHL MLB et Cetera et Cetera et CETERA. And these guys on a prop stage I mean they they. They have all this other stuff that they can't just be. They don't have time just to be digging into these rumors and checking in on all these twitter rumors at sector. So it's kind of a you know we do the best we can but bettors can definitely beat us to the punch on strong rumors. And there's guys draft nuts out there digging digging digging digging believe me. I have these guys on twitter. The they're talking to me every year and I'm like Oh God here they come again and I know these guys. They live for events like the draft. Nba draft the NFL draft. That kind of stuff. They they're so good at it is. That's their love. That's what their passing. They're digging into a were our guys on the stage. Don't have the time just to keep digging digging digging twelve hours a day on where Jordan Love GonNa go. You know what I mean. So it's it's it's quite. It's quite a challenge but it's a lot of phone on our players love and I love it. I'm a draft guide. Nfl Guy so I love it too but don't want the numbers usually the next day. So what about Dave from like this upcoming weekend wrestlemainia because there's some similarities? I guess between that and the draft but wrestlemainia like I think they record it the day before or something but a lot of people are in a lot of people are gonNA be watching it. A lot of people are going to be betting on it. So what are the bets that are available and what kind of limits do you put on it? Considering there's got to be guys that we're in that studio no what happened. Yeah well first of all I mean we were happy that one of our guys on that stage whenever odds guy he he and his passion is professional wrestling so that that's a big asset for us. Because he knows his stuff inside now the story lines he can read in the storyline. He follows this stuff with a passion. So that's important a lot of folks don't want to touch this kind of stuff. We do you keep the limits low. I mean you're not gonNA offer as you might take a fifty thousand dollar bet on. Nfl spread and we're keeping the limits low fifty one hundred bucks. Because you know we don't. We don't WanNa have all of his accounts from Connecticut..

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"dave i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

15:12 min | 8 months ago

"dave i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports radio one of Dave what's your brother how you doing man I'm good man she was info we got eighty degrees out here I'm not sure where you guys are over there but I'm good all my god yeah I am I think tonight we did sell where I am it's I think it's like thirty one wins L. thirty mile an hour winds yeah no no okay come out here the regulation Dave I was just in Vegas and it was seventy and I've I've recently lost over a hundred pounds and I was actually a little chilly like yeah it's crazy how you lose weight and you lose the insulation and like sixty five degrees I want to sweat shirt but I still like a fan long sleeve shirt on I become an old person overnight so my temperature it's terrible I'm forty nine rolled out of like that is like eighty degrees throughout the lord might might Columbia coat that's not cool John the old no so basically it's it happens all of us well they lease the same boat so about that what do you got our party about a better hand size like look at Russell Wilson you know and and you know all those people there like shorter in there and like good hand side going understand the combine like you need attendance hand you know otherwise like all these young people are like come on man Russell Wilson and pondered what day did I hear here's what I think it is and and I dress this a little bit early you may not have been listening thank you friend I appreciate you it's really in bad weather like it is very interesting that you bring up Russell Wilson and I don't remember the Russell Wilson hand size but when I see you also will simply in bad weather he's pretty good at handling the football and that's where that kind of hand size can come into play in terms of holding what football and it's really the ability to spend it that's what it comes that there is a thought they'd with the hand size you can handle the football bad weather and the bigger the hand the ball smaller sure you can really fall like that thing off the fingers and get yourself some spin and that's what you want you want that tight spin on the ball to be able to cut through and go where you want plus the guys didn't really know what they're doing and I'm talking about Brees Brady these kinds of guys they have the ability to throw the ball down and away and I'm not talking about like right handed pitcher right handed batter down the way I'm talking about there's a guy coming over the middle and you don't want his head to get ripped off so you're going to throw it down in a way where the receiver can slide to make the catch but also get down to protect themselves the real essence of quarterback play in my opinion is tied into the ability to throw the football where you want to it's not so much when you throw it you can be laid on the ball as long as you're getting it to where you want to the great quarterbacks the great ones in the NFL in my opinion they have three things moxie they make people believe whether it's fans or the players and what's most important is the players somebody with moxie walks in the horrible and they have the undivided attention of the people in that whole more they walk out into the huddle with two minutes to go and it's hi boys let's go you know the old for those who've seen the movie the program bill Joe Cain because other women and children to bed and go looking for believe in dinner there's a little bit of that I need a quarterback with moxie I need a quarterback it is accurate and I need a quarterback I can think you give me those three things are quarterback I think I'm gonna have a lot of success and I can give you an example of someone who's a little sketchy on some of that it it's camera I like cam Newton the player I like his ability to present something different to a defense watch cam Newton throw the ball there's not a lot of touch there's not a ton of accuracy now I'm sure they'll be those who argue and be like Hey maybe thrown in the guy could catch it yes but are you throwing a juror receiver to where they have the ability to make the catch and do something with it are you throwing the ball to a receiver in a spot he gives you where say you're running a route down the sideline and at wide receiver correctly so ones that route say for three to four yards off the sideline sure you give the quarterback a little bit of variance there to kind of drop dead thing over the shoulder squeeze it would just bang it might squeeze it into the sideline and then the guy you can get the freedom to get out of bounds that's the kind of stuff but I'm talking about those are the quarterbacks the ultimately thrive and don't just survive in the NFL there are plenty of guys are talented who could throw it on a lake yeah well the ball seventy five yards down field if someone has the ability to run seventy five yards down the field and beat someone while doing it those days are few and far between in the NFL anymore now you need guys who can think you need guys who can operate an offense you need guys who can think ahead and say alright I normally get this crossing route but is the middle linebacker gonna be there ready to take out my crossing route wide receiver or am I gonna be able to wait a little bit in Chile runs by that guy and make sure the middle linebacker cannot the past down and I get into my little June bug wide receiver slide behind someone and I put it on him to where he can turn either protect himself or turn and make some make some Hey get some yards Fauria there's a lot that goes into evaluating quarterbacks more than just what we see on TV leadership is a big big issue for me when it comes to evaluating quarterbacks and that's why I use the word moxie because to me when you're a quarterback that has moxie not the terrible soda they sell in may when you walk into a room and someone says that's my guy that's my guy that's moxie walk into the meeting room if you have the ability to take over and captivate the room when you walk in the room there are other players on your side of the ball or not on your side of the ball better on your team who say that's my do remember Teo Crinan stuff I made fun of and there's no question but that's along the lines of the kind of connection that you want with the people we're gonna play the quarterback spot my quarterback that I had in college it's got a neighbor Chris Hixson who went on to he went into a couple camps he played in the arena league for a long time he's now created something called Q. B. I. Q. he's working with Trent Dilfer and stuff like that I had that feeling when I played college football bout him that guy got into the huddle we were all looking at you know sometimes you see a quarterback in the huddle and you could tell the dudes that are connected with quarterback or not this is an offense sulaimon in the huddle I just close my eyes and all I needed to hear in the play call was left or right so I knew where to line up as a tight tackle meaning I was a tackle always to the tight end side of the formation I wasn't right or left in our offense it was split or tight I was the type to tackle near the tight end and your quarterback had the ability to to kind of be like a maestro within our offense he ran for multiple years and it for me all I could do is be in the huddle close my eyes and hear writer laughed and what the number was on the play call that's all I needed to hear and for me I knew what to do by when you get into a two minute drill three start to look at your quarterback or that's restart the look to the guy for a little guidance a little a little push a little burst and you want to go on your card for that guy there's a lot of physical skills in evaluating the traits of quarterbacks there's also a lot of inherent skills the requires a lot of scouting a lot of investigation and I would dare say the shining example of what I talked about this year was Joe burrow like Joe burrow walked into a room and people believed he made them believe because you went out of play great I would dare say as we welcome in J. Berman they you know it's a lot like on the DA show when GA walks into that room they have the I mean location Palade DA has their attention he is that quarterback and then there's the rulebook as he walks in the room to try to gather them they're all like shut up with the chocolate off your fingers seriously but that like D. A.'s Joe borrow and the morass is more like no I'm trying to think of a crappy LSU quarterback jamarcus goalie jamarcus Russell not to March is the number one pick though razzle Guam on to that the the NFL jamarcus well there you go yeah yeah yeah yeah I had the same body type is more Marcus Russell whenever whenever he made it to the old NFL eight five five two one two four C. B. S. eight five five two one two four two two seven yeah is this a boring night for you in terms of the the world sports J. like only a couple NBA games a lot of smaller conference college basketball tonight there was a top twenty five games give me wrong there were a lot of good hockey tonight yeah you know what I wish I I love talking hockey it's like for real used to do it all the time I know and and I know he's a big part cat and all that stuff and I like my pox too but man it is so tough to talk kind of big picture in the world of hockey there's so many names and so many guys to try to keep up with that it's no less you're really immersed into your local team or you're just a you know hockey is your number one sport god dang it's hard to follow all the people I love hockey I will always love hockey but I will tell you and I will get right in line with everyone else and says it doesn't belong on sports talk radio it's just it just doesn't just doesn't work yeah I would I would agree with that and at all until the Cup finals only because you're down to wonder you're down to two teams what I think the Cup plus there's a level of excitement in the Stanley Cup playoffs than his own matched I I love plants and I love betting playoff hockey all my god the money you can make the playoffs are you really I'm I'm big into that and by the way three you know tonight and thanks a Lakers to come in and all I had a idle for team money line parlay on all the favorites tonight in the NBA Lakers OKC Indiana Philadelphia turned into a nice little profit by the way I know to score you will not be giving but in conference USA all I would like to thank our western Kentucky for pushing Louisiana tech to overtime and then covering the one and a half in overtime ninety five ninety one big win for me how about that yeah yeah yeah yeah I got going on in the old generasi front what do you play what your casino game of choice like I said the biggest Alpi gal poker when you go to a casino what you play while many of the boys have been locked in on craps of late it's tough on the bankroll yeah it's here's the thing and it's a lot like roulette in that if you can somehow and I know this sounds ridiculous but if you can somehow get up early the ball can roll the the snowball can sort of increase if you will if you lose out of the get go it's difficult because you're like you said you need a lot of money to win the one thing I've always appreciated about craps is that there aren't a lot of games in the house did you can bet with the house and that don't pass wind like it ticks people off of the table but man if you were there so many of it again the casinos were built on winners and that's one of the games were I can bet with the house so unless some rolling if I'm betting on the dole I don't wait like I stay away but if I want to dabble a little bit all kind of change it up on on the whole if you're riding the don't pass line you're probably going to make money craps is true and also craps gets the biggest ovations you all of those big crowds are those versions are other craps or blackjack I agree with that now do you embrace that home I'm not a big Shearer bush I will say this especially with craps when a lot of people win you know I'm all in I'm all in just quickly I will tell you the one of the super bowls I covered down in New.

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"dave i" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dave i" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Over ten thousand? Millionaires and one of the common themes we found among millionaires among your broke brother-in-law we didn't survey, you wrote brother-in-law millionaires was this idea that getting out. Of debt was the precursor it was a prerequisite classes you had to, take so that you can take the other clashes prerequisite to building wealth It really is. And I'm, I'm so excited you all. We surveyed over ten thousand millionaires to begin to find out what do they. Really do what are the truths behind where they are and Dave's, right getting out of debt is one of those big. Big keys but. I want, people to understand you've got the power to do extrordinary things if. You follow the process you have to follow a plan that. Actually works and, Dave I love. For years you've been talking about your broke. Brother-in-law or don't. Listen to this person or that person follow someone that's done it and you've done. It and you've been. Showing people how to do it, for many years so I'm very excited to introduce my. Brand new book every day millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth and how. You can too in my book you're gonna figure out the exact plan you're gonna understand the steps and you're gonna figure this out that building wealth has nothing to do with your income, level and it has nothing to do with your background it has to deal with the plan you. See millionaires live on less than they make they avoid debt they're disciplined they're responsible and they invest so whether you're On baby step one or four or beyond no matter what your money looks like today. You can become, a millionaire the American dream Dave is..

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"dave i" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"dave i" Discussed on KGO 810

"My guest i want to make a quick correction we had a previous caller dave i said call them sick i retract at politics for saying sick what i what i should say as you have enfeebled critical thinking skills would never want to stigmatize mental illness so i apologize for saying that on the air you are just you you enfeebled i'm sorry you have you have the development process of critical thinking skills of a small small infant if that's what you think so let's go to our guest though the capital gazette shooting yesterday mass murderer active shooter incident joining me is former fbi agent bobby chicago and you can find me at bobby dot com and on twitter at bobby fbi bobby thank you so much for coming on this morning appreciate your time thanks for having me so we keep learning new information and i want to help get your expert knowledge on this this was a well thought out planned attack to kind of heard his targets into what i would call some kind of like a deficit tone i mean this is really really scary what happened yesterday at the capital gazette in annapolis maryland well sure it's always scary when someone that's clearly has no mental health issues and his unstable mentally has access to an instrument of deaths being a car being a gun being a knife you know and then and then unleashes and then is triggered somehow by something and then goes out and you know exact attack upon innocent people always it does it's not surprising though you know we've seen it seems surprising sometimes the amount of planning and and some of the things that we see after it's really not when we start examining some of the recent attach no like san bernardino or like las vegas or or others like that where you know the motivations might differ but the planning is the same and you see you know someone who has you know some kind of garage or some you know and sometimes it makes sense and rational and sometimes it's not you know i mean it's never really rash i don't mean to say it's rational to you know to ever want to kill innocent people but it's like you know sometimes it's it's either misplaced religious beliefs or something like that and sometimes it's completely absent we don't even know why or how right like with the las vegas attack you know the san marino san bernardino attack we saw the motivation probably islamic fundamentalism in las vegas we have no idea yet or we may never know and so it's always a little fighting a disturbing we don't know why something happened in this case it looks like the newspaper published an article about this gentleman that he found offensive he filed a lawsuit on it he then updated his lawsuit in include more charges like invasion of privacy so he might have thought that the newspaper was invading upon his life he made certain threats and then you know and then something triggered him recently to carry out this attack because the the article i think was several years ago and so it was a lawsuit so we you know i'm sure they're looking at what happened recently to set these final steps in place but clearly you know he went out.

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"dave i" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dave i" Discussed on WGN Radio

"When i was a child actually before i fifty five was done my mother's relatives lived in alternate annoy so when we would go down to visit we got on us thirty four a little ways to joliet and then headed south west on good old sixty six so i knew of this in the nineteen sixties long before fifty five was done and long before it was decommissioned so i have a more or less of a lifelong love affair you really do in and you sent me some pictures this week so did i did it absolutely amazing shots and such a slice of americana and you take some road trips you know just as a fan last couple times with with your dad i think like dave i did as a child because i remember my first trip on route sixty six also with my parents sitting in a back seat and my.

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"dave i" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dave i" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Yeah merch baby mertz about the march well i said i wanna use about crafting the customer experience for people not like you and it was pretty interest i would just say not like dave i was just thinking my those are my favorite and slide fortytwo here's a picture of dave slide fortythree here's a picture of dave now by we're slide forty four i don't think you'll ever see that side well in certain circles but i learned won a couple of important things in one was that in my other life deal a lot with diversity concerns but this particular seminar helped me to diversify my definition of diversity in that beer diversity is very important as world right in the second i need a drink to get my head wrapped around that that sounds pretty australian to me wherever mark that you have to you can't has your aids doubt have to have your chick beer beer for people who don't really like craft beer then you gotta have your obligatory sour beer and your kettle sourby right and then you gotta have a fruit beer and then you probably have to have a cider and maybe an alcoholic celt celt and even though all generalizations are not to be taken his universal even this particular statement it it it did ring true that is you bring or or or cokes more women into the craft beer consuming into things that you have to have to use the word lure a rain.

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