17 Burst results for "Dave Morris"

"dave morris" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"dave morris" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"I'm gonna host Frank Overton join with my awesome. Co-host Jackson long here again can't get rid of me. I don't want to get rid of you. We love you. I'm glad mm. I'm valued, you know, it's my voice, isn't it? It's a good luck. It's my modeling Jackson is has a burgeoning modeling career. Yeah, you're not to get into that today. But that's actually, we're talking about weightlifting for cycling. I'm trying to get you know, get even more ripped get swallow. Yeah. That's well Jackson wouldn't say it here now, but if you check out some of the new Rafa catalog, he's down there looking very what's Rafa Rafa a f I think it could be on the cover of one of those men's magazines like GQ. Yeah or Esquire. Yeah. Yeah, nothing cycling fashion, but snacks it goes Rafa GQ. Yeah. That's the Or just so today we're talking about weightlifting for cycling. It's kind of that time of the year for references October 4th. And I already have a lot of athletes on this on this program that we're going to talk about Jackson is going over to what are you doing it after this podcast doing a it's called a movement screen a truck though Sports PT, and I don't know exactly what the whole title but it's this local gym and they do you can do like a screen. So it basically just go through I think they use like I think it's just a a functional movement screen FMS basically just walks through your Mobility or your flexibility range kind of what imbalances you may have thought just I think it it's just a smart thing for me to do since I haven't done, uh, like a consistent or or specified strength training routine or like. In the last couple years. Is I've sort of neglected it as many endurance athletes do which is I'm sure we'll talk about but I think it's really important to do that just to kind of like set the Baseline know what I need to work on and kind of build a program around that because I like many Road cyclists and Incredibly imbalanced and and like hunched over like a grandpa most days my hips are extremely tight and not yeah, I have a lot to work on so like now I'm starting to like get ahead of it because usually wait until the last minute to start thinking about these things and then it's too late and then I'm like full-on into the Race season and not it's like game on and I just don't have time. So yeah. Yeah, we'll see and and it's cool that we're talking about this because this topic because I think as many of us should be able to take it seriously as here who so sounds like a Throwdown. Well just the strength training not I mean not necessarily like right bike racing but just admire that I want. Yeah. I want to get strong. want to get strong. Right who doesn't want to increase their FTP? Yeah more power more watts. Yeah. Yeah. So that's the goal of this weight lifting weight lifting for cycling. A lot of people are like, oh it's going to cause you know, I'm going to gain weight or whatever, you know, the offsets are the increase of your power output or more than Offset, you know, maybe one or two pound weight gain and the whole goal of the whole program is to raise your power out button. It's not necessarily just your FTP it can be your one minute power. It can be your Sprint power just you know, usually it kind of correlates to an increase of your power for alterations across the board. But yeah, like how you're doing a Mobility assessment because yeah, you just can't start doing squats right off the bat and we're going to have my out here. This is the original fastcap. Okay. So yeah, you just don't want to go in there throw hundred pounds on the bar birth. Are doing a squad you're going to get an assessment and for our the training point we're going to talk about we recommend a three-week adaptation phase 3 weeks of like starting with 0 pounds and practicing your squad learning how to perform a proper squat and you know introducing your body your musculature skeletal system to the forces you'll encounter later on in that the heavier phases. Yeah, cuz you'll just get injured if you just like go into the way room and start slamming the weight without looking at the technique and without understanding how your body actually works and moves off in you know, at the major joints like the hips and the knees and the ankles which are obviously all very important joints for cycling and yet the last thing you want to do is is overdue Age and and hurt yourself. So it's a good place to start. I think speaking of starting let's get in to do it. Okay. So like I said, we have posted wage A weight lifting for cycling. It's up here and the Facebook live event. And then for this podcast will put it in the show notes, but that's what we're going to be speaking mainly to and the reason why life is I've been prescribing this 10-week for phase cycling specific resistance training plan to athletes for close to fifteen years now. And when I started my journey in the in, you know in the cycling world my coach a fellow by the name of Dave Morris, dr. Dave wrote a book perf Max performance for cycling. He was the one that introduced me to this program and what we have here is just like a like a updated version of that song and So I went from a cat 4 r o d to a cat one Roadie on this doing this resistance training program every every winter and she comes the cat again in additionally athletes that go through resistance training like this, you know, they always come out of the gym into the base into the winter off with their legs feeling really good really Snappy. It's always the first step when you want to take it to the next level like you just mention. Yeah, so it it's for face we should just mention that 10 weeks four phases the first three weeks or what we call an adaptation phase where you really just teaching your body how to lift introducing your your muscles start with 0 pounds and.

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"dave morris" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

StartUp Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

"And then a bunch of answers to basic questions. Dave was that issues member of the technology lead, the basic QNA went on a tour through his phone. What was his most recent text? What was the last ABBIE used was his background screened photo remaining battery life. And then of course, it had Dave's answers to those questions. They seemed straightforward the recent texts it was something to his co founder about product design. The last accused is Uber to get to work. But he also mentioned he had two phones one day and win for night. There's some unlucky poll quotes regarding his background photo. He's quoted as saying the mountains are my soul, and there's an inadvertently douchebag looking headshot. All of this ran headlong into the world's collective fatigue with the technology elite and Dave Morris profile became one of those moments. When everyone was like, you know, what I hate these guys for whatever reason, you know, similar to like what happens today on the internet, but of way, bigger scale it caused this like Mimetic reaction in the valley, and I was being attacked like every single day. I would wake up every day and look at Twitter my. Replies on Twitter. And it would people would be like your the worst thing that ever happened to Silicon Valley, you're worthless. You're you know, you should go home to Montana like your douchebag you'd everything that's wrong with the valley. And I mean this went on for like a year, and it was really quite difficult. The reason I bring this all up is because it all came to a head around the time that this. We're going to have to sell the company probably conversation started. You know, I think up until that point I had been resisting or denying the fact that we were going to have to sell the company, but I was starting to get depressed. And I think the stress of the company was was part of it. But certainly this sort of incessant just attacks based on that article. I it just like got to sort of breaking point. And I have this distinct memory of walking out of my office one day. And standing on the corner and this bus going by and the neuron went off in my head to jump in front of the bus. And I was like, okay. This is the end we we have to you know, figure out what to do gave started getting help. And he also ended up finding a buyer for path a Korean company called down kakapo that ultimately offered a fraction of what Google bid on the company before it had even launched David no choice, but to accept and let's pause to consider all the ironies here. David started path to create a more private alternative to Facebook only to derail the company with an embarrassing data security flaw and the company that dealt path. Its final blow was Facebook who's growth and power. Dave had helped facilitate by building one of its foundational features Facebook platform, and perhaps the greatest irony of all the internet that idea that held so much promise to Dave in the beginning making the world, more, open and connected intolerant. Place to become the vehicle for his public shaming. And going through his own experience of depression, seeing how closely it was linked to this thing. He'd helped create social media and the connected world. Dave start to see parallels between what he'd gone through. And what was happening more broadly? He wasn't the only person who wanted to kill himself because of the internet the stats are shocking. And by this point familiar depression rates among adolescents, and young adults have increased by more than fifty percent. Researchers have found that millennials and the I gen have experienced a steady rise in mood disorder and suicide and studies have found that Facebook us correlates.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WEEI

"Tell you what I I like the bears tomorrow night over the Rams with the missed Trubisky back that cold weather and with the wind. I think the Rams are favored by last. I checked by around three three and a half look that one up again. But I'm want to call it upset there. Although I don't know how much how much of an upset with the bears playing at home and playing very well this year for looking forward to that one and really ravens and chiefs chiefs favored by seven and a half the Mark Jackson going for his fourth win in a row the rookie the starting quarterback for the raiders and the chiefs plan without Kareem hunt. And they don't have a good defense but's it's going to be freezing weather in Kansas City, one of the loudest most. A disruptive crowds in the National Football League in Kansas City, and that's gonna be a tough one for Lamar Jackson and the ravens tomorrow if Smith yard NBC's portrayed on NBC, sports radio dot com. Eight five five three two three four NBC the phone number. And if you want to hit me up on Twitter, go to at Dave Morris. God at Dave sports guy. What we'll Tyson fury. He had a winning performance in my opinion. Although the Wilders is is now claiming that he got a long count last Saturday night. And that he is therefore the winner Indiana actually released a video that said he he got the long count, and it was eleven seconds and not. But in reality, I just think that when you look at the numbers here fury went down to two at two minutes. Twenty one seconds. He was up at two minutes and eleven seconds. So I just don't think deonte has as a good point. So guess hotline right now and the great Steve came what's up Steve? Yeah. You know, I'm calling these people the ten counters. They're kind of like the birther is with the gamma. I it's just ridiculous. First of all, it's not really ten seconds. It really it's the referee's count, which is supposed to be around ten seconds. And the stop watch does not matter, and they have you said, Dave even with that Tyson fury got up before the count of pen ready to fight. And the other thing is if you actually look at the talent, I don't believe in the long tau, but it kind of hearkens back to Douglas Tyson where it didn't matter if it was ten seconds love and second swale seconds of thirteen seconds. The only thing that the fallen fighter has to really take into account is the referee's count in that case in nineteen ninety s Octavio may Ron in Tokyo. And now with that said, David we spoke. Aw, I think that Wednesday before the fight I felt as though that decides. And in the length lengthened, the boxing, I q of Tyson fury would really troubled the auntie wilder. And I'm with you. Dave, listen, I think yawn Waldorf certainly was very valiant very explosive at the end. But, but I think fury certainly did enough in my view to take the WBZ belt from wilder everybody. I interviewed out there media day at the bottom of it's a hotel on Wednesday and Thursday, you were the only one who pick fury to win. And you're correct. I I had very one fifteen one eleven you give you give wilder to ten eight rounds. But I don't think you can get many more than one outside of that. I had at nine rounds. Two three for Tyson fury. Dave in the first eight rounds. I thought it could've easily been seven one eight nothing. And again, not a lot was happening. I want to be careful here. I don't think that was a great fight. I think it was a very tense by. I think it was very colorful very memorable. But let's not make this into Dokes Holyfield or Riddick Bowe Holyfield or Ken Norton against Larry Holmes or the Ali Frazier three. I mean, it was a very noticeable ending at the end L dramatic. But there. There was a lot of nothing going on for large periods of time. And that's exactly what I taught you Dave that if the crowd isn't making a lot of noise if everyone's a little bit restless and the staple center sounds like a WNBA game in terms of noise advertising journey pike and for large stretches. Yes. The punch count or close. Yes. There are a lot of strategic boxing. But I got the sense that you go by what boxing is Jerry was winning one round after let's put it this way. Dave. Floyd Mayweather within that ring in his famous interior. Don't you think he would have basically gone or been given credit for almost every other round outside the nine hundred twelfth. Absolutely. And I thought a tremendous job done by the referee. Jack Reese, I think that's how you pronounce his name Steve nine out of ten referees. Would a waved an office soon as fury hit the deck in the twelfth Franken. He was out cold is rolling back and hit and run over and taking his mouthpiece out, but gave him the count. And not only did is. I still can't believe he got up from that. I've been watching boxing my whole life. Steve I've never seen. Anybody get up when they were in a state like that not only did he get up. He won the rest of the round. But I praise the referee here for the way he handled that this whole why you have a mandatory for the last twenty five thirty years day for some reason, you don't see a lot of counts actually, go to Penn. And some of that is because of safety precaution, which I certainly understand. But Jack lease in my view did a great job of understanding the circumstances. Let's say Deontay wilder. As well ahead of nine rounds to to coming into the twelfth with a knockout of that nature it wilder what the guy that was well ahead. I could see waving off the fight because at that point the scoring becomes academic. We kind of know that it's one way traffic, but in a situation where I think Jack wreath understood that hey, Siri might be winning this fight and he's earned the right to make it to the count of the mandatory. A he did a great job and law horses for courses when a guy of getting blown out in the fight, and he gets knocked down hard. Then I think you waved the fight out when a guy of earned the right by winning the majority of the round, and you kind of know the situation you have to police it differently. And I think Jack lease gets a lot of credit for basically doing what a lot of other referees have done in the past which is the county eight nine it affect the situation and another thing being made into a controversy, which is a non story. Dave is that a lot of people say, well, why do Jack lease give Tyson fury time to walk around the ring in other? Other words what I call the sobriety test guys. He that for every knocked down, and I believe every California State Athletic Commission member is told to do that that's been going on for about a year or two you can agree or disagree with it. But the fact of the matter is Jacqueline is consistent in applying that standard every single knocked out and fighter. What's next for these two guys? Do they fight a rematch right away? Where does it happen? Do they take another fight with somebody else? I what what the mechanics and the finances here and could it take place in England where the fury camp wants it to be. Well, certainly Frank Warren who promotes Tyson fury wants it in England, but because of the pay per view business, and logistically if you have a pay per view, which the rematch will be and there's a lot of buzz stemming from the first fight they think they're going to do a lot of business. Here's a reality. Well, the fight do a bigger attendance in England than in the United States. Yes, however, pay per view money in the US is still the largest percent. Manage of the revenue you can get that. If you're doing an upwards of six seven hundred thousand buys, which I think is rematch can do unless you're charging two thousand three thousand dollars per ticket. I don't think England can match that either issue is for US pay per view. Dave you have to start at nine pm eastern six PM Pacific that basically means if you're going to have to fight England of the pay per view, you're gonna ask those poor people to actually go to a venue and hang out all the way to five six o'clock in the morning. I it's just not feasible. I believe that there is going to be a rematch. I think it should be immediate. There's a lot of buzz for it puts the pressure on Anthony Joshua to kind of make up his mind one way or the other of these fight the winner by the end of two thousand nineteen my guess is fury and Frank Warren will scream kicking demand the fight being the UK. But at the end of the day, the pay per view money talks, and we will be in Las Vegas. What Kim from ESPN dot com. ESPN boxing, twenty days with NBC sports radio. Deontay wilder, of course, frightening power in that right hand, the eraser the equalizer, and we talk about all the time. But this guy really can't fight Steve. When you look at his his his his feet are way too wide his balances bad. He'd telegraphs he wings wide with his punches leaves his out there. But the truth is frightening power. Why didn't somebody teach this guy had find? Or is it just he is what he is what he isn't. It's too late at thirty three years old. Well, we have to go back to the beginning of Wendy onta- wilder box. And it's not at nine or ten. It's at age eighteen he was like, many other American athletes. He played baseball football basketball. He didn't really walk into a gym at age eighteen and I read a story on ESPN were Margarita who was a legendary amateur became a world champion of the pro. He said basically their skill level right now is where I'm at when I was age twelve so there's a learning curve that he may never overcome. Now. Do I have gotten a little bit better? Yeah. But you're right. Dave. Everything you said about the onta- wilder everything. He does wrong. I don't disagree with. But he does one thing right now just throw with the right hand and he's dangerous in any fight. But again when you're dealing with the young man who didn't walk into the gym. He's about age eighteen and then actually it was good enough to make the Olympic team, which says a lot about the depth of talent in the United States at that particular way class the way she wants to develop Dave where he's phrased very soft opposition for about thirty to thirty five five they did the proper job of developing a guy that didn't have the amateur background of say a Riddick Bowe or a lot of the heavyweights that we saw in the seventies and eighties. And the unfortunate reality is Deontay wilder is what he is. He finished product the die is cast. I think the one thing you work on is a little bit more balanced. If you go back to the twelfth round Davis. But one time he actually Mr. right hand hitter right hand rate enough to come through with the cleanup left talk to many other times in that fight Saturday you missed the right hand so badly. He was almost knocked off about two point. You couldn't do cleanup left hook. And a lotta times Tyson fury played with fire. Understanding I only have to evade one punch not two or three. So whatever technical improvements that Mark real. And and J D the coach trainers of wilder are gonna make it's going to be incremental day. If you're you're suddenly not gonna turn them into Larry Holmes. Let's just put it that way. I love the tweet you put out what was it about a week ago? You you compared him baseball wise to Dave Kingman and Gorman Thomas and Steve Balboni. Nikki cat, right? I mean, he will eat a to twenty hidden guy with a hundred strikeouts strike out a ton. But you know, what he's gonna hit forty homers. Rotten, right? He's not Tony Gwen..

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"dave morris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on KOMO

"Paul jackson protesters spent saturday afternoon rallying in solidarity with mothers being held at the federal detention center in seatac advocates say mother seeking asylum at the us mexico border were separated from their children then brought to seatac along with a handful of other federal prisoners now komo's mitch pittman says representative paul got to go inside the detention center and talking does being held she tells me that most of those people inside of their have no idea where they'll where their children are they literally never had a chance to say goodbye to their children representative paul had a chance to go in in me with detainees she says one hundred sixty eight or women most of whom are separated from their children as they seek asylum and it was outrageous heartbreaking cruel inhumane should not be happening in the united states of america your office is getting all of their names to connect them with attorneys she says they come from sixteen different countries and most have been separated for more than a month rich pittman reporting immigration and customs enforcement says it needs the additional space because of a spike in illegal border crossings and the trump administration's new zero tolerance policy on illegal immigration fire ripped through the historic aberdeen armory saturday morning the armories home to the museum of history it's a senior center and a social hub dave morris is the museum's director there's a lot here and it's gonna affect a lot of people we're all very sad right now it's just really really sad to see it like this side just no there's just irreplaceable stuff in a very sad day forever dean but we're going to try pull through the good news is no one was inside at the time of the three alarm blaze and no one was hurt arabia's scared thurston county health department says a group of preschoolers found the bat that just tested positive for rabies they found the rabbit bat tuesday they told their teacher who alerted health officials who urged parents to have their kids vaccinated against the virus officials estimate six percent of the bats in washington state carry rabies justify the winner of the one hundred fiftieth running of the.

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"dave morris" Discussed on X96

X96

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on X96

"The owners of murray's ice house bar they got hit with a ten thousand dollar fine and a suspension of their liquor license foreign incident involved one of the shows an undercover officer from the state bureau of investigation was in the audience were in october show is back in 2016 at the ice house the video shows a dancer onstage with a woman who was taken out of the audience she's lying on the ground he grabs her brass then pulls out of sex toy and hands it to her while he sprays the audience with the score bottle now the theology of screams as enigmas saw mus blair's that is not a strip song so horrible sulphur abby not to the places ugo gina but the places i go like the ice house but the point is this this is a regular bar nodded yet stripclub so this is a touring show eliminated so and i did had no idea there was used touring showdown and the owner of the the the bar one of the owners the spe morris guy said you know what i want to warn other bars because bars all over the families hire these people and i said to them now you know we have really strict laws about the what kind of stuff you can do i think it's okay that you can kind of doer amid this was a male our eu so and then they have a a woman's night what are they call a ma they're not located a girl's night out show but the thing and they better again they take off their sure yet but that things like pulling out the toys and grabbing immoral rental on stage and see can't he had did he can't but because there are touring group they come in and do this stuff and leave yeah but it leaves the barowners wrangler bagai and in the ginday morris said you i i told them they said no easily shows all the time we know what the laws are not okay okay then and you know you the so the d a b c maybe the this could go find them but no it's each dave morris in the ice house who get we'll hope screwed over in the whole deal and i think i don't know if i had been the undercover guy from.

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"dave morris" Discussed on X96

X96

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on X96

"Lives i'll say we need more their news more good message more of the good word reaching out to america i think those kids who went back to school today after the horrific shooting they need something more they need a belief in god in jesus christ i think that would help seoul is so cute this is rolling in so many levels the first of which is how we you know they don't have a belief in god in jesus christ thirty one selfimportant on there's one i've seen him on tv and that once she shaved her head refusal as being she's a letter to in a second how many of them are jewish how many of them are moslem how many of them are atheist you selfimportant uh yeah god is wrong they hate him no they just keep voting for him here they would if he was running even with all the stupid stuff that he has done since he quit they would still vote for him i just i'm stunned i spill earned now at a comment wagner sorry oregon utah bars are warning each other oil of the story i haven't heard what gino old hey closer tehran whereas with you okay gene o which room doing now he's been paying attention the the strippers but beat you send it to me laugh utah bars are warning each other about booking malestripper troops for fear of losing their liquor licenses these i had no idea thursday night otter traveling strippers these traveling shows come through the state and they are breaking strict utah liquor laws on live performances with nudity or sexual conduct then went winslow reported on this on fox i'm like cair quote this is a quote unlike you know we got some laws here and they're like well yeah we do shows all over utah all the time said dave morris one of.

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"dave morris" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The second highest number of locations for a fast food chain in the world do you know what the number one is subway at that scale it's no wonder there been so many controversies and scandals most people have heard of like the hot coffee incident member that seventy nine year old gal stella lie back severely burned she was hospitalized for eight days awarded millions of bucks there are some less publicized cases the mcdonald's is faced some outrageous scandals and we'll go through the list how 'bout number ten the mcdonald's virginia racism lawsuit that's right two thousand fifteen several former mcdonald's employees based in virginia launched a civil rights lawsuit against the company they allege that after michael simon had become their boss owner of three mcdonald's restaurants he made a conscious decision to reduce the number of ethnic minorities he employed it was claimed that supervisors had basic lee they openly stated that there were too many black people in the store the fired workers stated that they had attempted to contact the corporate offices of mcdonald's to complain about their treatment but they receive little to no response to the lawsuit has broader implications or mcdonald's as the argument is based around how responsible the company should be for the actions of its franchisees you know corporate verses versus local mick libel case oh helen steel dave morris and several accomplices released at mcdonald's factsheet around london that was deeply negative in tone in 1990 mcdonald's launched a lawsuit against them claiming that the document was liable us it can be very timeconsuming expensive defending against censure defamation i think that they were talking about things and mcdonald's like food and how dirty it was in that case how about the mcdonald's stripped search scam it's often important a question authority an excellent example of the dangers of idle compliance as the mcdonald's stripped search scam david stewart had been prank calling fastfood restaurants and grocery stores for around a decade every time his routine with similar he was a cop.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"United states dave morris says that steadying under the great sense colleges send berlin also open two boys his eyes to the possibilities for more indepth and accurate research that could be conducted in communities back home be it should be an empirical were people actually went out and thirty people in their settings where they lived in where they worked at alern the various quantitative and qualitative methods by which the study people he came back to america and put the old fashioned pippig empirical kinds of tools to work there was no one else in america dole that kind of social science and this is why argue that divorce was actually the founder of fact typical theology in america do boys used these up close and personal research techniques in his eighteen 99 study of philadelphia's seventh toward titled to philadelphia grow he's empirical techniques showed that the african americans stereotypes that persisted at the time were wrong and art people who recruit now overall homogeneous group so do force shows the tremendous diversity within the black community he outlined the class structure of the black community and made an argument bill lived experiences of black people within different classes differed greatly the also studied the institutions within the black community showing just how rich the jazz were he was the first to write about the centrality of the black church and to predict that social change movements will come out of the black church and therefore the knowledge for shouted would actually happen in the civil rights movement because that movement was so anchored in the black stars but he showed that black people were not disorganized that they had many organisations voluntary associations and of this to sean morris says that destroys also looked at black culture which at the time was thought to be an inferior copy of white culture there were great creativity in african american new the kid poetry and in their churches or that the preecha with a very very important figure and so forth but he also showed it wasn't just about uh uh people who about the relationship with black people now white people and he showed that it was not live people genetic structure that was.

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"dave morris" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"So how many of you like snow days we did something different with this year's weather forecast kate bilo in some seventh graders did the work together if you love snow if you hate snow watch cates weather forecast i'm cbs three to nine at eleven sunshine forty four degrees we're headed to fifty recapping our job story that massive fire with the landmark barkley fringe assisted living facility in west chester last night everybody in the home of evacuated firefighters making several rescues westchester fire department spokesman dave morris several residents were transferred to local hospitals and stay with kyw newsradio for the latest on this developing story in washington house republicans celebrating this morning after passing their version of the gop tax cut plan we are going to ask the largest tax in american history and we're going to deliver on the promises we pay vice president pence looking to give president trump a victory but not of democrats have their way understand what this means in people's eyes and tell the truth about house minority leader nancy pelosi and their bones the american people know they're getting a raw deal under the republican bill before the bill now goes to the senate currently working on its own version of tax reform passages left certain republicans want to pass something soon to have a bill in the president's desk by the end of the year the president up early and tweeting this morning great numbers on stocks at economy if we get tax reform will really see some great results traffic in a minute that the new iphone.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Helps you win your dinner party i'm brendan france's newnham i'm rico gagliano we should let you know this is an encore broadcast we first aired last fall well worth another trip through your ears coming up we learn about the myths and miseries of in making an extra fee de well a bridge bears all quite literally but first let's meet our guest of honour yes in this week it's actor craig robinson he's probably best known for his longrunning rows darrell on tv's the office but there's pretty much no great comedy show he hasn't appeared in from qian peel two eastbound and down this fall he stars in the new fox series ghosted but i spoke to him last year when he started a movie that was a real departure forum namely director chad hard against coming of age drama dave morris from america the sleeper hit it sundance robinson plays an american widower raising his teenage boy in heidelberg germany and he struggles to keep a sense of humor while his hip hop living sons struggles to fit into a very white take note music living world when i spoke to craig i asked him how he ended up in the rural well arming chad hard again he and i share the same agency so my agent against talked to his aid shed was like okay let's let me do some recon he chatted with day with gordon green he tells me the another director in a am the in and i got vouchedfor anna villa in a meeting which has got offer songs like yummy of what did he have to vouch for you that that you could pull off a dramatic growth he said well chairs words chester contrary robson boos drama eubank and they were gordon ringtone craig can do anything except for his efforts must brace this is a wreck view have claustrophobia luke burt eller i've been in some situations were like look panic like him the really small plane business such ways was like i gotta go go go to your vote wet what happens when steven spielberg calls with the starring role where you have to be you know trapped in.

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"dave morris" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Stadium of that must feel mazen he has served feels great feels amazing dislosed into the crowd for example you know how on uh when when the opponent has the ball on third down the crowd usually gets really really loud that's the time that a feel so good you know they know when i think it's h john granot who's the pa announcer reema james stadium because third in four whenever agis it gets me pumped up i'm ready to gun it just listening on the jio with them mean teen the talk machina in dave morris really gets me higgins gives me the rush man i'm ready no doubt will tell you what the one thing that gives you the biggest rush a starspangled banners wonderful the playing the game was wonderful but getting introduced before the game when a come out to tunnel i'd like i'd like to come how'd you come out with me and feel that energy i missed that ails yashayahu like when people say your name and everybody knew coming out there and it's uh i'm getting the chills now get a chills now that's good salesman yes sir chest i can't imagine how you felt so what's next view tricked once in what's next one that wasn't next hamamra your trend ferguson's name well he well you know i'm not uh not sir near the course sama and a of for i'm in a program for the blind giving them basically it's a college prep program in giving them the skills that they need for college in for life and i think as his amazing you know and i do have a uh a sports podcast like i said you can if i out of sight sports is the name of our sports i like the epa and my band at school led than i played in was called out of sight and you played the drums as well yes sir see that's the thing that trips now because i try to play drums i will have enough patience and the others lim young many or play the we have another caller all air for you other than a who's who three the hello who who we talk it too it's about your johnny kumar wishing in pushing who is what what's his day pastor tommy cook it all pastor tommy cook it sounds familiar what are you know trip well no i was listening on the radio with no way and we got a ministerial applegate look cancer perishing we played better.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Racial disparities or was it intended just for people who worked at gugel yeah we're just the men who worked at google my understanding is that it was actually written about a month prior before we heard about it but that it was kind of a silo to into one mailing list but then that we got around august fourth or fifth that we broke the story it was i guess recirculated within another mailing lists inside google and i believe according to our sources that it has it had been seen by every female engineer within the company many media outlets report that he received quite a bit of support for his views it gugel was that the majority opinion i'm not sure if that was the majority opinion but we also reported that there were definitely people within the company any who supported the use of what he did dave morris views for sure anita were you surprised when you first heard of the memo i guess i wasn't entirely surprised but one the it is clear from my reporting from just reading the memo itself is that they diversity program at that existed go with being used cape cod clearly there is no clear relationship between logical different and discrimination or diversity and inclusion pro crowned and you can just look at what's going on throughout telecom ballet which is insane could be a a polk maybe impact a liberal bath and in fact what we have is evident an attempt at diversity inclusion or at least program printer they include but we have clear evidence of many disparity and when you look at now overwhelming data you find that it it easy to conclude that there is discrimination going on and we know we know goal is not like five hulu ideologically but it seems to be the criminalisation in place even if he believe completely in what he wrote what do you think he hoped to achieve by sending it around heard putting it in writing uh i think that perhaps he had in mind that there should be greater ideological inclusion at gukovo um but what i believe they document the main purpose of the document was who to lilley farage any effort at gender inclusion.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WJR 760

"The google employee who rode a 10page either office memo on what he thought was a very bad diversity system inside the company he was interviewed by a canadian professor psychologist actually and it was part of aaa a podcast one of the questions was how would you say you have performed as an employee of gogol have people been happy with you or of you've been in trouble and day moore said no i got promoted twice my last review was the highest possible superb that's the top few percent are so definitely my firing wasn't based on perform months a month and a half ago i went to one of our diversity summits he said all of these summits are on recorded and while this one was unrecorded supersecret apparently inside google they have regular summits to talk about diversity in the company's view on it and some of them are recorded but some aren't and in this particular summit a month and a half ago dave morris says the gugel executives said a lot of things he thought were not right and they and he thought that they were the telling the people attending the summit about a lot of potentially illegal practices that they've been doing trying to increase diversity and saw the interviewers award what what kind of practices and day more simple basic retrieving people differently based on their race or gender so here earlier said i see so was it was unrecorded in secret in what manner he said well so most meetings at google are recorded anybody at goo goo can watch them goebbels trying to be really open about everything except for this one they don't want any paper trail for any of these diversity summits because i think it's illegal in some of the internet polls are some of the internal poll showed that there were a large percentage of people that agreed with me on that document that i wrote so everybody got the see this stuff they would really bring up some criticism he said there's a lot of ways google pressures people to increase the diversity of their team.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WRVA

"The google employee who wrote a 10page inter office memo on what he thought was a very bad diversity system inside the company he was interviewed by a canadian professor psychologist actually and it was part of aaa a podcast one of the questions was how would you say you have performed as it employee gogol have people been happy with you or of you've been in trouble and day moore said no i got promoted twice my last review was the highest possible superb that's the top few percent sought definitely my firing wasn't based on perform it's a month and a half ago i went to one of our diversity summits he said all of these summits are on recorded and while this one was unrecorded the supersecret apparently inside google they have regular summits to talk about diversity and the company's view on it and some of them are recorded but some arks and in this particular summit a month and a half ago dave morris says the gugel executives said a lot of things he thought were not right and they and he thought that they worked the telling the people attending the summit about a lot of potentially illegal practices that they've been doing trying to increase diversity and saw the interviewers a weren't what kind of practices and day more simple basic retrieving people differently based on their race or gender so here earlier said i see salt was it was unrecorded and secret in what manner he said will so most meetings at google are recorded anybody at goo goo can watch them goebbels trying to be really opened about everything except for this one they don't want any pay for trail for any of these diversity summits because i think it's illegal in some of the internet poles are some of the internal poll showed that there were a large percentage of people that agreed with me on that document that i wrote so of everybody got to see this stuff they would really bring up some criticism he said there's is a a lot of.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Have to have a good off as the ride over your ma yeah lou here here's my think quick on the schedule thanks brother i appreciate good to hear from you i know will have good football talk gotti all year long when i look at the scale jewell i think part of the mind schruefer me is there's a lot of teams that are normally see on there they play the steelers they play the broncos now it's they're playing the chiefs but that ones on opening night they get the nfc let me see here they get the nfc south this year where they play the saints in the panthers in the balkan ears in those teams are in various states of rebuild let's call them transitional period there you go transitional period very nice woman there in bridge years that would call it yeah let's let's open that might not open at of again so you know when you look at the patriots schedule you still have to stretch defying 3 loss you do it so funny dave morris that approach them today said hey put your prediction on the board of what their record would be and i wrote down fourteen into matthew calgene your home or is of the order to write sixteen and i didn't because i i did not want to be like a certain afternoon driver on hot 106 whose all in on the sixteen know because you know how difficult it is and honestly and we can have this discussion as a form this would brady tonight as well i don't want them to go sixteen the no i want them to have a loss because the one thing i remember from those guys know seven from ray boulter bruschi all of them they said we started to feel it once we hit the playoffs it's enough pressure to try to win the super bowl and live up to the standards of bill bella check it's another wanted to try to be perfect with the record and that's tough let's go to david in providence on the grass showing wpro david what's up iraq should resume of your brother iraq that era role in your pocket i o laura no i'm trying.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"And here's what's interesting you people that get on these fads like bad or bitcoin or something else and then i'll tell you there stupid you guys get all twisted up like i called your mother uglier something i mean you soon me hate mail room nydia because like dining houses and some guy living in his mother basement rights daveramsey blog you know and it's just amazing how how intense you are on some of your stupidity it's wild so um now we don't buy tony houses will by bit choline listen casket rigid hard it just takes a while it's just harder when you do ali sidetracked things were you just chasing the unicorns over rainbows stop chasing unicorns just get a plow worse man solid is just work live on less than you may put your money in a basic proven investment don't try to get sufficiency don't don't take a shortcut there is no shortcut to any place it's worth going it's how it's all the millionaires do it i mean how many millions of you think you're on into the guy you know what dave morris farm in argentina did this year loaded up on tony houses yemeni have you ever heard anybody say no i mean you're laughing because it's ludicrous you know and that's that's the kind of stuff rodong about here now dave i'm a more twenty million bucks in you know what i did i put nineteen million of that in bitcoin you'll hear people say that stuff you know why because they don't do it that's why people were twenty million larger smarter than that so you know the tighten though that that's a fool's errand it's fools gold in that's what you're going to get into so you just don't need a shortcut you don't even quick and i'm not picking on steve at all i'm just saying steve really solid question good reasonable question comes up all the time but when i am picking on his all this crap i see on the internet about me on tony houses or me on bitcoin or meeane whatever they rooms you don't understand this the rooms he's good about getting people buehler's do those of.

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"dave morris" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dave morris" Discussed on WRVA

"And here's what's interesting you people that get on these fads like that or bitcoin or something else and then i'll tell you there stupid you guys get all twisted up like i called your mother uglier something i mean you soon in me hate mail rooms is because it wasn't like johnny houses and some guy living in his mother basement rights daveramsey nydia blog you know and it's just amazing how how intense you are on some of your stupidity hits failed so um no we don't buy tony houses will by bit choline listen casket enrich it hard it just takes a while it's just harder when you do all these sidetracked things were you just chasing the unicorns over rainbows stop chasing unicorns just get you a plow horse man that's all it is just work live on less than you may put your money in a basic proven investment don't trying to get fancy don't try to take a shortcut there is no shortcut to any place it's worth going it's how it's all the millionaires do it i mean how many millions of you think you're on into the guy you know what dave morris million arjun on i did this year loaded up on tony houses yummy have you ever heard anybody say no i mean you're laughing because it's ludicrous you know and that's that's the kind of stuff talking about here am a more twenty million bucks in you know what i did i put nineteen million of that bitcoin you'll hear people say that stuff you know why because they don't do it that's why people were twenty million larger smarter than that so you know they take note that that's a fool's errand that's fools gold and that's what you're going to get into so you just don't need a shortcut you don't even quick and i'm not picking steve at all i'm just saying steve really solid question good reasonable question comes up all the time but when i am picking on his all this crap i see on the internet about me on tony houses or me on bitcoin or on whatever they rooms you don't understand this do rooms and.

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