17 Burst results for "Dave Stevens"
"dave stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Serandon me the entire time And you know. I'm a sinner big time but i don't know how else i could be a place that i am and have learned the sense of gratitude that i have without a relationship with with the almighty through christ l. We'd be remiss To end this program without me saying after the phone call with you. I don't know what was it every day for a year. I don't know if i'd even be alive if it wasn't for you. I've never told the real full story here but when my son was paralyzed i'd just i couldn't do anything it was just wow and you. You held my hand Even literally We had some good experiences. Cashew explained everything to me. But i needed to hear it every day. So let me just save this and closing. Dave stevens has a story. The knee i mean. I hope you'll get this in podcast form and pass it on to someone who may need to hear it. David encourages people all the time. He helps us realise the we need to appreciate things that we take for granted ever thank god for feet that work hands that feel ab muscles to help you cough sweat that allows your body to regulate its heat. Now you might one day. Dave was discussing his traumatic life. Experience a friend who was really trying to put himself in. Dave shoes and understand as i am doing again and every time i hear it when he was done the man said i'd rather die than be in your condition. Now that's awkward and honest and interesting. I feel bad for that man. I think he missed the point. That was coming at him like a missile with a band leading the way. What makes you you. Does it have anything to do with things. Dave doesn't have or can't do if it does. You need to think again. If you wanna know dave secret. I'll tell you they has a living god who had plans for abe which were hard to accept and it took some time but he discovered the lot was left in life do enjoy when he didn't have the other stuff and dave has a guy to the sun with birthday dave's going to celebrate that this next week with some special friends some beautiful prayers fiance. We now know some great music and delectable food. don't let your nightmares win at all. Don't let your doubts about god and the church. Keep you down. There's just too much to live for because you don't know about tomorrow but you do know the one who holds tomorrow in his hands for church saying this is john bash. It's worth merry christmas. Well that.
"dave stevens" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Which granted is not always an easy thing to do Zacks at the minimum and then surveillance extra screening would be on the higher end of the spectrum but is that aggressive social distancing the new term that came out of the the White House this week aggressive social distancing all right now we take a look at this tragedy that's happened this fire is what it's done to our economy what it's done I you know to to hurt so many people economically let alone those that actually succumb to the illness itself always try to look for making the best out of adversity and there are instances where you can find some of those moments and joining us is the author of the fused trilogy series former F. eighteen pilot talk about the blue angels BNN on Friday the man who knows how to get behind you know some pretty an incredible aircraft and someone who has an interesting take on this coronavirus expert navy commander Dave Stevens joining us now day that you don't great how are you doing yeah doing now reasonably well considering that you know just waiting for the rest of South Florida to enter that phase one area re opening whatever that might be but is it tells a little bit about your your thoughts on I'm trying to make the best out of the first at the grand buyers I know it sounds rather bizarre when you're talking about a a positive side yeah I've lost a couple friends recently to the to the corona virus but when you step back and look at those one thing I do is I study disasters in general use probabilistic risk analysis to rank them as a consequence versus probability then yes a global pandemic made the shortlist it actually make the top of the list but it did make a shortlist what we have to understand is gone in comparison to some of the viruses out there a man made or natural the coronavirus is relatively mild and I know people gonna freak out and go that that can't be true but the seasonal flu kills an average of thirty seven thousand people in the United States alone some of my Venice high sixty one thousand what makes the coronavirus different courses belonging to Beijing period so was spread far and wide before anybody knew it what you have to understand is there's viruses like Ebola some of the outbreaks had a ninety five percent fatality rate the Spanish flu back in the early nineteen hundreds it actually had a similar mortality rate but killed mostly people twenty five and younger the trick is to to learn from this takeaways we need to prepare for some of the more deadly viruses that are they're coming right now I'm sorry I hate to say that but they are inevitable what we are learning from this virus though is critical it now is if you have twenty twenty hindsight but looking back now what we learned and and I don't blame the CDC or anybody else looking back we probably would have spent more time isolating those who were are particularly susceptible in New York City ninety six percent of the fatalities had an underlying condition seventy two percent of the fatalities were sixty five or older in ninety eight percent of them had underlying conditions okay with that kind of information we can be better prepared how not to mention will never run out of ventilators again will never run out of personal protective gear at such a so that's just one example of some of things we are we can take away from this if we will learn and worry about you know the accountability who to blame later mostly we need to learn from us does that make sense it does and Dave you know giving your expertise reference a ball you know we've heard about sars Mars any number of other things over the years that that we didn't end up having to deal with in a significant way in the United States do you think we just got lucky that those types of you know viruses then become bigger deals here it or does it just you know byproduct of people traveling more now in so things can I spread faster before people get a handle on it and that's a good point I I think what separates this man and why we're not seeing a few fatality rate is a bowl had a very short relatively short incubation period yeah we've all had I remember a couple months ago I had one of my friends you know eighteen month old sitting on my lap he sneaks in my face you know eighteen hours later I had a cold that's more normal that would be the same for Ebola sars Murs most of those what separates the corona viruses this incredibly long incubation period but if you had that incubation period within a bowl of fatality rate now you truly have a dangerous virus so yes we I think we're lucky and that this virus was with a great cast because of the the information period so the grand scheme of things a it could've been a lot worse it had been one of the others you know what what is history sorry I I know that you know your your student of history as much as you are a you know and and experts in the various disaster related circumstances do you think that ultimately we're going to end up with treatments here that'll end up protecting us against the next round of wet whatever comes that's tough because obviously it takes a while to vaccinate you when we get the flu vaccine we're getting the vaccination program last year's flu not a bad thing but but turning that around at one of the things I think is going to come out of this is we're going to find ways to massively accelerate that process he looked a ton of time and money into that even so we're still probably talking a couple the fact that you could possibly imagine would still be months meaning that isolation of of the outbreaks yes social distancing but in this case I mean imagine if we knew what was coming we would have cut off nursing homes we would have massive protective gear to even walk into there we would have given out hall pass to anybody over sixty five or with an underlying condition not to go into work protector job everybody else could pretty much do business as usual who would have picked up herd immunity now that's with this virus it again if you look at this with twenty twenty hindsight but but knowing this going into the next virus I think will be much better prepared to figure these things out in the put strategies in place a sap how often do we have viruses that come about the could be a threat of something along these lines well well you know seasonal flu is usually just a mutation so I think unfortunately we're gonna see more of that so a larger population as you said more world travel it's it's somewhat inevitable and this is not even talking about you know potentially engineered viruses I'm back I don't you want to go there but unfortunately I think we're gonna feel a larger number of these the other thing is this is not the only disaster what this is kind of telling us is what we need to do in the future to protect from other disasters but I I'm talking about everything from asteroid impacts the solar flares of artificial intelligence I'm hopeful this is kind of getting of thinking ahead and humanity is usually we we have to get hit in the face with a baseball bat before we start really thinking about our future well Dave I'd certainly appreciate it thank you for your service and I take the time with us as well continued success thank you very much appreciated abroad that said Dave Stevens again he is the author of the fused trilogy use that or if you wanna check it out the other best sellers and you know it's adversity presents opportunity what you gonna do with it and the one thing that I am encouraged by he have so many ways bang incredible smart medical scientists around the world pointed the same direction at the same time I don't know I just think they're going to figure out answers for treatments and vaccines for Kobe nineteen but for any number of other ways of going about discovery you know we will often unless there's a an incentive and there typically isn't when you're talking about you know creating new treatments and vaccines for something specific you know there there's might not be an economic benefit to it there might not be a public policy push to get something accomplished and at this moment in time we got everybody around the world point in that same direction you're going to have a bunch of people that figure things out they can come together they'll end up making a difference I think and the speed of medical science going forward I think that ties into what he was talking about and you take a look at what the next steps are going to be a lot of people talked about the vaccine I I reference this last hour now the flu vaccine for this year it's forty five percent effective there's only been one year going back to two thousand four since we kept track of the overall efficacy of the flu vaccine where it's been over fifty percent it feels most of the time the bigger issue it increasingly as worth hearing about this virus you might have heard about the kids there are concerns about kids in New York now that seem like they're having complications when previously we heard that you know kids for the most part a symptomatic in many cases work need generally not that big of a deal why is it that we're certainly seeing that their issues well it's consistent it would seem with some of the people who have not been older and have not been at risk that have succumbed to like for example a couple members of law enforcement according BSL ended up succumbing to the virus analysts like it could be related to calling so if you have you know a particular strain the causes blood clots that could then lead to a stroke is that different to a different strain you know and what might be required to treat it yeah we've heard that there could be up to thirty different versions of this thing out there having an effective treatment or treatments I think is ultimately going to be it's extremely important and maybe we have multiple answers that are helpful for this in any number of other ailments maybe even including better treatments for the trestle point as well coming out of this we'll be right back Natalie top story she's worked on for noon and will take a look at today's Q. one day of the day it's about what we learned from the states which re opened over two weeks ago that's next to right here on the right much of newsradio six ten WYO day morning south.
"dave stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You'll also see some of the interviews posted from my show on sports book authors One of the things that I have done over the years since we launched back in nineteen eighty eight is done a number of interviews with sports book authors. I find sports books Really Fascinating and of course. Technology has changed a great deal. A lot of people. Don't buy the books they buy it online and read it off of one of their devices. And that's fine as well but I think there's something real and hurt personal and human about the fact that When you talk or here the authors speak it puts more meat on the bone of what that story is speaking of authors We'RE GONNA BE TALKING TO BRANDON SNEAD. In just a moment he's a features writer for bleacher. Report he has written interesting very interesting book called had in the game. The mental engineering of the world's greatest athletes. Now think about that title for just a moment had in the game. The mental engineering of the world's greatest athletes. Things have changed so much in the world when it comes to not only electron ethics in politics but also in sports as well that it has become a an engineering feat. Many Ways Steph Curry Kerri Walsh Jennings Russell Wilson and dozens of other elite. Athletes are experimenting with this concept now. They're hooking their brains to computers and using other cutting edge technology to get at the root of the respective performance. This is a fascinating subject. And we're going to spend some time talking with the author For bleacher report about this Again the name of the book is called Head in the game brandon snead. And then right after that Dave Stevens is GonNa be with us. Dave is an inspirational story. He was born without legs..
"dave stevens" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of enforcing situation, all around credit card the way you handled it, you know, a lot of different reactions you could add, but he handled it correctly on Instagram, LeBron James weighing in saying, he couldn't in wouldn't be quiet about this. There's absolutely no place in our beautiful game for that at all in tonight word, the NBA has banned Stevens for one season and find him half a million dollars man. Oh man. That's a lot of money. That's the second largest fine ever levied by the NBA was the other one. Sterling. No, no ripping away. His team was was that fine. I think they find the Minnesota Timberwolves three and a half million dollars. A while back for fussing with the salary cap. Oh, interesting. In his statement. Warriors say they're extremely disappointed in Steven's actions and want to offer a sincere apology lower and the raptors. All right. There you go policies all the way around, but that's a hefty fine. I don't care who you are. You know, you're gonna feel that in the wallet. Now, he's worth a little more than two billion dollars. Then that's nothing. Two billion dollars man. Oh man. He's, he's been buddies with the warriors owner for a long time. And this guy is at Stevens. Dave, Dave Stevens. I think so. Yeah. He has a building named after him at US's donated, I think a hundred million dollars to USC over the years that is wild. Wow. That's right. Jani crazy. Seventy.
"dave stevens" Discussed on KTRH
"Go. He admitted decision that we've been urging him to make for quite some time. And then he was it was diverted from that action by the Russians. We hope we'll reconsider and get back on that plane a spokesperson for Madero calls the protests as subversive movement to generate panic and terror a former Texas ain't input ball player. Guilty in two thousand fifteen machete death. A Dallas county jury convicted Thomas. Johnson of murder on Tuesday after his attorneys did not put up a defence Johnson admitted to having Dave Stevens to death while the victim was jogging on the white Rock Creek trail Johnson's family says he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in two thousand fourteen he was a wide receiver with the aggies when they beat Alabama in two thousand twelve Johnson disappeared days after the game and never return to the school. He could get life in prison or be sent to a mental hospital for the rest of his life. That's Tom Roberts. Boeing revealing a previously. Undisclosed software problems stopped certain safety alerts from flashing up as expected in their seven thirty seven max planes. The Wall Street Journal reports the alerts could've worn pilots that the plane's stall prevention system suspected to have been involved in the lion air and eat the opium. Airlines crashes was about to misfire it would've alerted pilots about possible disagreement between two separate sensors which measure the angle of the plane's nose. The new admission suggests both Boeing and US air safety regulators, either missed or overlooked the software problem when the model was deemed safe to fly in two thousand seventeen that's my. Mike Bauer on Wall Street. The Dow rose thirty eight points closing at twenty six thousand five Ninety-two, but the NASDAQ fell sixty six the S and P five hundred ticked.
"dave stevens" Discussed on KTRH
"To go when he'd made a decision that we've been urging him to make for quite some time. And then he was it was diverted from that action by the Russians. We hope we'll to reconsider and get back on that plane spokesperson from zero calls the protests, a subversive movement to generate panic and terror. A former Texas ain't in football player guilty in twenty fifteen machete death. A Dallas county jury convicted Thomas Johnson of murder on Tuesday after his attorneys did not put up a defence Johnson admitted to hacking Dave Stevens to death while the victim was jogging on the white Rock Creek trail Johnson's family says he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in two thousand fourteen he was a wide receiver with the aggies when they beat Alabama in twenty twelve Johnson. Disappeared days after the game and never returned to the school. He could get life in prison or be sent to a mental hospital for the rest of his life. That's Tom Roberts Boeing revealing a previously. Undisclosed software problem stopped certain safety alerts from flashing up as expected in their seven thirty seven max planes. The Wall Street Journal reports the alerts could've worn pilots at the plane's stall prevention system, suspected to have been involved in the lion air and eat the opium. Airlines crashes was about to misfire it would've alerted pilots about a possible disagreement between two separate sensors which measure the angle of the plane's nose. The new admission suggest both Boeing and US air. Safety regulators, either missed or overlooked the software problem when the model was deemed safe to fly twenty seventeen it's Mike Bauer. On Wall Street. The Dow rose thirty eight points closing at twenty traps, but the NASDAQ fell sixty six five ticked up three oil down three cents to sixty three. Forty seven baron. News on demand, H dot com. Next update the bottom of the yellow with breaking information as it happens. Heels on Houston's news wondering traffic station. Newsradio seven forty. Best. Just. The. You're listening to coast to coast AM with George Noory. Well, we know we are dead when we die because our brain keeps working.
"dave stevens" Discussed on KTRH
"Go. He'd he'd made a decision that we've been urging him to make for quite some time. And then he was it was diverted from that action by the Russians. We hope we hope you'll reconsider and get back on that plane a spokesperson for Madero calls the protests, a subversive movement to generate panic and terror a former Texas am football player guilty in two thousand fifteen machete death. A Dallas county jury convicted Thomas Johnson of murder on. Tuesday after his attorneys did not put up a defence Johnson admitted to hacking Dave Stevens to death while the victim was jogging on the white Rock Creek trail Johnson's family says he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in two thousand fourteen he was a wide receiver with the aggies when they beat Alabama in two thousand twelve Johnson disappeared days after the game and never returned to the school. He could get life in prison or be sent to a mental hospital for the rest of his life. That's Tom Roberts. Boeing revealing a previously. Undisclosed software problems stopped certain safety alerts from flashing up as expected in their seven thirty seven max planes. The Wall Street Journal reports the alerts could've worn pilots that the plane's stall prevention system suspected to have been involved in the lion air and eat the open. Airlines crashes was about to misfire it would've alerted pilots about a possible disagreement between two separate sensors which measure the angle of the plane's nose. The new admission suggest both Boeing and US air. Safety regulators, either missed or overlooked the software problem when the model was deemed safe to fly in two thousand seventeen to Mike Bauer on wall. Street. The Dow rose thirty eight points closing at twenty six thousand five Ninety-two, but the NASDAQ fell sixty six the S and P five hundred ticked up three crude oil down three cents to sixty three forty seven a barrel. News on demand at KTAR H dot com. Our next update at the bottom of the hour with breaking information as it happens. I'm Coriolis and on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. No. Ground post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with a leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. You know, if they.
"dave stevens" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And i wanna thank dave stevens for the tip on the poll so wanna think dave stevens i will be reaching out to post sixty nine so thank you for that lots of good call state to four three thirty three thirty three so lots of parent guilt going on in the studio over here my son graduated fifth grade and is now making the transition into middle school so we did a big graduation to do we ordered hats he decorated his hat videos say all kinds of stuff it was a gorgeous ceremony you know we we went to the park and i and some of my family members made fun of me and so i just wanted to ask the viper pitta questions should we celebrate everything or should we save our celebrations for the big event like one caller called in and he had a potty party pretty funny where they celebrate the kid go into the bathroom in front of everyone and said now that that traditions been handed down over the generations so if he can celebrate pooping certainly i think i'm green lit to celebrate my son moving onto middle school but i did feel a little over the top i'm also had a millennial kind of call me about these gender reveal parties this was something totally new to me i'm just not used to it and i'm kind of warming up to the idea my niece's having a baby she's doing a big gender reveal party and at first has come on gender reveal like what's next i tooth party like and so should we celebrate everything or should we save our celebrations for the big things to forty three thirty three thirty three and would you spy monitor your kids and we'll talk about why i'm asking that question as well greg you're on newsradio k o b with eric strauss learning eric how're you doing buddy hey i know the perfect theme song for your show okay himmy lady and red i'm so romantic cheerier mood to seek to a beautiful woman bob will pull it up for things creek i think you guys that's so funny thanks for the call.
"dave stevens" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Communities to farmers and ranchers so i think that's right i mean to your point in time i think and you know great role now of complaints we move forward in this dialogue but the the reality is that we do have decades of disparities and it's not a matter fault it's just a matter of reality and we need to be thinking about public policies and help create opportunities for those that have been neglected in the task and if that's the point dave stevens i will keep myself muzzle john lewis with fannie mae my question is do you think technology and innovation has an opportunity to be a equalizer in this field i said let me maybe focusing on the wrong thing that i we should talk about this because i think right now there are we have to also address that the venues for accessing housing and ads and we're ads are placed as all playing itself out online in a really big way that i think facebook now i can't remember what the percentage of housing ads are that are actually like the place on facebook right now in terms of really owning the market around some of these issues and there's a very long a pretty rich concern about facebook's own ways that they're engaging in racial discrimination discrimination to prevent certain people from being able giving getting host actually the ability to click on who's going to receive which adds and the like and being able to find that so that's the negative side of the kind of changing the changing nature of where housing and housing access is playing itself out and so i think that that's a huge area that we have to focus on the leadership conference has been long engaged with a process with airbnb and now with facebook to really.
"dave stevens" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Fair housing act is implicit that we focus also on integration i think there's a dual mandate for the act that is often a nord at winded gupta there is a focus on the antidiscrimination principles which is more at the individual level headed preventing discrimination and individual transactions that that integration mandate of the fair housing act as one that is often got left behind or ignored or rendered invisible through some of the work that's been done and it's a very crucial mandate that requires a different kind of structure i'll look at the structural things that are preventing communities from true integration and the one thing i wanna add is we have to i'll have to remember the fair housing act obviously addressed was seeking to address and remedy deep racial segregation in housing but it also was an important tool for addressing the barriers for people with disabilities for winning for people who were didn't fit the traditional familial status people like gay and lesbian families and the like and so when i was at doj the highest volume of cases that we were seeing were from the disability various on disability so i just want to add that that the integration mandate is one that is actually it's a broad mandate i would just say look we if you look at the department of labor saving statistic research the level of inherited wealth in white non hispanic families is higher because of generational advantage and this is an economic discussion i'm not trying to make the social policies gushing but we've disenfranchised minority communities for decades in this country and i think it's going to take firmative efforts to try to create opportunity i think that raises the economy and to your point there's no separate but equal we've proved that an education we prove that in other areas where there's good research you have to you have to create opportunities to separate no you did i worry about dave stevens what efforts we have going forward in terms of making sure there's a vailable affordable housing stock that we look at underwriting the way we underwrite families in america today and recognize that there are differences in diverse communities versus traditional underwriting standards of how families were approved and you talked about the banks doing more almost every bank today.
"dave stevens" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Boys are age probably went through a phase for we had a little bit of a crush on this actress so we've now given you weigh more than you probably deserve to know about this gem of a movie let's get to a couple well i suppose corrections here josh and you know chris climate over the years he was such a good guest on the show superhero costumes shared his favorite super qasim which was superman from man of steel which was a great choice wellarticulated but you know chris does love being a scolding from time to time and he called us out on something i didn't hear frankly i think you just talk so fast i didn't even catch the fact that you said that the person responsible for creating the character who was your number five the rocketeer was the same person is one of our favorite film critics in regular guess used to be a regular guest we hope to ever back on the show at some point here soon dana stevens yes well you know this is the problem with inviting chris to be part of the show that he's going to listen to it really close i now and catch this i i did say that dana stevens created the rocketeer no it's days dave dave stevens and i think either i was thinking of dana i might have actually been listening to slate culture gathered at the same day i was researching this ad dana of rarely that's what was happening possibly i've not adjusted to myintu reading glasses hall i'd like to see bust those out yeah i i didn't bring 'em tonight so whatever the case apologies to dave stevens the creator of the racketeer well fake you chris for that correction now how about this one let's have some fun with this one josh which i don't know if you've and sought but we had a little bit of fun with the pronunciation of four rag narok.
"dave stevens" Discussed on WDRC
"Have a sit down with you they won't do that because it's all about raising well then again somebody who's got a step forward as somebody has got to step forward because we cannot continue i don't think we're going to continue like this but again i have a dream or sometimes too but somebody's got his step forward and say look this is not the america that we're talking about you know the america is that we're talking about it's dave stevens of sat next to you asked a few minutes ago that's the america i know brad and the america that i echo the one that i know to the america i knows the guests that we have come in next week that's the america idle the guests that we had this week that's the america idle same with me however those that are up there as leaders that our our leaders should know better than some of the things they say and that goes for both sides but there's one side who will say we have one president we do we have one president i think he needs to show some bitter leadership eddie by by bringing these people in but by the same token i would challenge the governor of the state of connecticut who is the head of the democratic governors association i would challenge particularly the senior senator from connecticut because he's been the most outspoken recently the other one's been walking all over the state except eastern connecticut i will challenge them pick up the phone you really got a gripe with a president of the united states you're in a position where you can call the president of the united states they won't do it because it's all about raising funds because right now they're being outraged by the republicans by more than a 2to1 margin which is not amazing to me and that's why i think as much as the media continues to criticize trump if he ran again rare no there he might win there's a poll out today a mirrors pool sixty two percent of those surveyed said the.
"dave stevens" Discussed on WDRC
"Six o'clock yes i knew who al bundy was but i certainly didn't understand what that listener was trying to get through to me uh maybe you did i did but anyway thank you for the call sir everybody is everybody is welcome all right now i again after six o'clock we've got all kinds of information uh information for you and you're going to meet a very very special person uh this morning and i kamanda dan uh my partner for inviting him and and he is going to be ah with us his name is dave stevens and it's just incredible born born without legs he be here a weather's for a whole hour this morning and he played baseball he is just a a dynamic as speaker an athlete and a seventime abby winner winnings sports broadcasting a professional awards and uh i cannot imagine some one doing what he has done and then we think that we have problems and this is one of the reasons would dan told me that he had invited him on the program i just thought it was tremendous especially at this time especially at this uh at this time he's limited the physically but it's not a handicap it's not a handicap so i you're going to uh be beating him uh this morning uh when he's uh with us and that is going to be probably the shining the shining spot of the program this morning dave stevens seventime emmy award winner as i said who was born with no less eggs has played professional baseball football travels the country performing before minor league baseball games and speaking to groups and he hails from bristol connecticut you know i i gotta give i gotta give dan credit a you know he of course is terrific sports announcer and does all of the ah all of the games the home games and to some of the away games also for our very successful baseball team the yard goats and he meets a lotta people and i think it's it's tremendous that the because of this that we have the opportunity on this program to uh bring these guests to you and that's what that's what we are that's what we are are doing oh kyomoon with his a story out this warning end that this just kabia this doesn't surprise me either uh somebody that i could never.
"dave stevens" Discussed on WDRC
"Things he accomplished he page hit for darryl strawberry in his professional career stevens also started one game now at second base with the a team he tried out for the dallas cowboys the cincinnati reds and the minnesota twins he was also invited to the olympic baseball west regional try out said 1983 he's an incredible a person and uh we'll be with us this morning so i hope that you folks who listen to be early will have an opportunity to uh to it in at the time that he appears at it'll be ted minutes after sabah and he is uh he is going to be with us uh right up told by 8 o'clock this morning will be able to to ask him all kinds of questions and you will too that's what we like to do on the program we rely to include you so it's going to be something very very special this morning a when you'll be uh dave stevens he motivational keynote speaker and it's it's hard to believe uh some of the things that he has accomplished but there is success there is success remember when there is hope your heart that goes together yes there is success when there's hope at your heart coming up to five thirty in the morning one eight eight eight five.
"dave stevens" Discussed on WDRC
"The broadcast desk feel free one eight eight eight five seven four two seven two three is our telephone number and we get some very very interesting things to uh talk about this morning and uh dan has known a gentleman by the name of david stevens who is a motivational keynote speaker he's known him for quite a while and has invited him to the broadcast this morning and he'll be with us at ten minutes after the hour of seven and david is a seventime emmy award winner who was born with no legs he has played professional baseball football and travels the country forming before minor league baseball games in speaking to groups and david hails from bristol connecticut and uh dan knows him very well and has invited him to the program and he is going to be with us live this morning at 10 minutes after seven the phones will be open and you'll be able to ask questions you'll be able to a talk with the dave stevens this is going to be a very emotional time but the you know when you feel sorry for yourself and then you here is story like this you say really who any of us have a problem and uh it is quite a quite a gentleman and uh i think it's great that dan what are you met him at the again at one of the games and.
"dave stevens" Discussed on WDRC
"Me at five and then from six until line is that brad and dan show would dan leballo among our guests on friday show you'll made a motivational speaker whose travel the country bristles dave stevens he has no legs and plays baseball plus that'll agent rick senate phases of this tune into the red and show friday mornings starting at five on the talk of genetic the fox news alert nine leave phyllis unknown terror group claiming responsibility for the attack in barcelona that killed at least twelve when a vehicle ploughed into began strains in area hoppy lower or a mock newsagency this is the official mouthpiece for the isis terror group has claimed responsibility for barcelona so that really leaves suspect three absence the suspect a suspects were radicalize by consuming isis propaganda online or and there's a more direct connection that the ices terror group directed the misin helped organize the plot or there is a third scenario which is that isis is just being opportunistic taxes kanther herridge in washington to people arrested one says thank is dead vice president mike pence echoing president trump's statement the united states stands ready to assist the people of spain and find and punish those response vice president in panama this is the fox news a larry area 84 westbound is busy moving through the city in spots to west harford as well you'll find delays also slow i'll between farmington adam.
"dave stevens" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of his own people i doubt that he wants all of his people dead so he doesn't have a country to rule over and himself being dead that's just not a rational approach he nam nam in saying he's rational but the point is always what he wants money food fuel and most importantly he's a weak leader him launching missiles him saying that they have weapons him doing all the sabrerattling is him showing his people that he is firmly in charge and that they can trust him they can believe in him and that he can be this horrible leader that he has but he's strong it's about strength that's what this is about and yet abiola by the way that ham hindered analogy similar to the one of the caller made yesterday boiling down complex geopolitical issues two oh guy with a gun in the street or your neighbour with a gun no eight yeah how how simplistic and that's how they think and that's the problem you know look you can think what little will you want of george w bush bush forty three right but even he understood that these were complex issues and his advisors whom he listened to our who consume i just said that the plural there for its who he listened to or is at home dave varied helped me out here at home they're going to have a guy was right the first time to me listen yes there you've got to whom he listened they you know he listen to those people that's what donald trump listens to nobody he listens to himself and we potentially have no but why we don't want war this ends very very poorly there's not a clean way there is not a clean way to preemptively stop north korea that that's what the then civilian donald trump i mean chrissy you know you are once in love with donald trump all i said once live he wasn't that eighty s early are good with your way of trying to make it sound like you did love in but you don't want to admit that ever no it was my way of thing i get that he wasn't like incomplete troll back in the day how would have been like manabouttown y dave stevens sign of goodlooking.