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"david burke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You're live on the air what happened in the backseat of the uber driver that upset him so much I believe some of David Burke and I know what I mean it's a wonderful thing but my goodness I never even thought about that night take uber and lift all the time and I thought my goodness this this is something that right sure drivers have to deal with yeah here's the baby couldn't wait no not at all have you ever been in a situation where you had to drive somebody to the hospital that was about to give birth I'm sure that it's incredibly nerve wracking all you have is we appear the week yeah right on cue no you're not in Hooper lift driver right no I'm not okay well yes you guessed correctly thank you Glenn for calling appreciate you Tracy locascio thank you thanks so much okay I guess you guys all know yes so basically driver Jose Duran says he wasn't even aware as passenger was pregnant when halfway through the ride she started screaming and then he had to what driver quickly to the hospital and of course after the incident which occurred Sunday there was a little bit of cleaning and detailing the company was contracted by uber as well so yeah so a lot going on with that driver out there so just curious if you are a rideshare driver if you've ever had an experience like that I think that would be fascinated to hear your story got three hour so anytime you want to call and share your story love to hear it okay so let's continue our discussion this isn't something that has been in the news cycle and it's something that it pretty much families are discussing and of course here WGR area we've been discussing it throughout the show as a sort of police reform obviously because of everything that is happening with the social justice movement in our country and the fallout from a George Floyd's murder and joining us is somebody who has been working for social justice for a long while and talking about the justice gap that exists in this country director of the Roderick and Solange macarthur justice center clinic at Northwestern University Pritzker school of law with us says Alexa van brunt hi how are you hi thanks so much for having me G. all my goodness thank you so much for being with us and I'm told by my producer jasmine that I'm not allowed to say your first name because it will set off you know certain you know what okay so I'm just gonna go so I'm going to like save all the listeners from that problem and just to refer to you as professor I hope you understand thanks well let's talk a little bit about your job interview position as director of the macarthur macarthur justice center clinic tell us a little bit earlier than doing sure there were national nonprofit that does double right click Asian and focused on criminal legal system reform and racial stuff that we have added a very Frankenstein the incarceration and promoting equity in the criminal legal system at northwestern we have a team of law students to work with us they are clinic as they learn how to be lost as they learn how to be lawyers and they really get cases with us and at the same time they use their neighboring advocate these girls international doctors help promote now I really great outcomes for our clients in our different kinds of legal cases in the past thing and crimson pre trial detention all issues really anything at three eight the criminal legal system well course your name might not be familiar but your work I believe is very familiar to many in twenty seventeen you and your colleagues about a first of its kind class action suit on behalf of community community groups including black lives matter Chicago in the N. double ACP against the city of Chicago and during that you challenge the police department's pattern and practice of using unconstitutional force in fact you achieved the right to monitor and enforce the city wide consent decree over police which was something that was discussed at length that swells so you are an expert in terms of unconstitutional force and I know that there's been discussion at Lincoln at this point sort of about what it means the protest rally cry of D. from the police so I think glad that's been kind of discussed at this point but I'm I wonder what what do you see a solutions to police reform since you've been at this for a while right I think what we're learning is what we found now after decades thank really correct back late that evening is that right technocratic solutions won't work more training is not likely to work what will work our real Hispanic change as to the way I policing is done in this country and I know you said it there's been a lot of talk about the funding the police and that one of those really important systemic changes is to alter the way we think about the job please and to get police away from handling all these topics like mental health care and and homelessness and drug issues that had quite such a huge amount of over incarceration of black and brown people in the country and also invest in communities that are much better suited to deal with these issues and commercial service as so I I think largely it means re envisioning what performance and taking funds away from the police and putting them in other in other parts of the community that are much better place to use and think we have much more expertise to help the community and yeah so professor it seems that there's been a lot of discussion as well that people feel as though that the term de fund the police actually hurts the what is hopefully achieved from the term and the protests that maybe it seems so radical that you know as the general public just won't be able to comprehend it or embrace it anyway and sort of will reject it as a whole I think a lot of activists and Terry but people have been doing a terrific job as educating the rest of us of what a defining campaign might look like and how it doesn't mean I network bandwidth and he communities but what it really means is rethinking our priorities.
"david burke" Discussed on KOMO
"Sixty three this is the largest one of the most powerful I think six hundred three horsepower SUVs around there David Burke hold my Senate right Burkholder Burkholder Burkholder mmhm and David is gonna join us from AMG to talk about what's with that vehicle and Anton woman here to talk about how the auto industry is responding to cover nineteen and also to tell as what's going on outside a code nineteen with companies this whole pack show I have a I have had some relief from the code nineteen conundrum that everybody is in by the bright yellow vehicle is sitting in the parking lot Texas G. S. F. one last year so if they can ever make just the GS is an old design from Lexus and so they gave it the F. treatment the yellow thing is the F. treatment yeah okay fost yeah yes G. S. F. they gave the F. treatment it's a V. eight it's a rear wheel drive got spit smell in the parking lot in it yeah that's the one thing that they need to work on is that you know keep the smiles on the outside of the vehicle we didn't burn out I'm getting eyebrow raises from through the glass the duty ban on the parking lot and if you come to the radio station you see big time auction one parking space hi this going next at least the blacktop still there I did that at fox studios I did a burn on the parking lot during live television he just had the black couples like us they didn't pay I don't think they paid a company the right amount of money because so is chunks missing always it wasn't like totally setters and just because he had he been out marks in the parking lot I'm sure that well when you pull out we'll see I will have them are you might want a little bit yeah on the other end of the scale of the drive the Nissan kicks which is.
A Mysterious Disease Is Killing Beech Trees
"A mysterious disease is killing one of the most majestic trees an American forests the beach known for its smooth gray bark the beach is an important anchor species no one knows exactly what is causing beach leaf disease a team of tree scientists is narrowing down the list of possible culprits from member station W. case you Jeff Saint Clair reports on a botanical who done it it's a long slog to a bluff overlooking the Grand River in Lake County Ohio it was here in twenty twelve that late Metropark biologist John for Dodge neck first noticed something was awry it just looks different no you could tell right away something was up what he saw was sunlight feature usually a tree that create a lot of shade and these are no longer doing that a slight breeze shakes the thinning canopy overhead the writer is a really good example you could see it probably twenty foot tall and there's probably fifty leaves on it and most have mysterious dark bands between the veins got sick was concerned but alarm bells hadn't gone off just yet I thought maybe just route was affecting them by the following year he says beach leaf disease has spread throughout the county and now it's seen in parts of Ohio Pennsylvania Ontario and as far east as Connecticut and Long Island this had all the hallmarks of an invasion and Rico but now there was a plant pathologist at Ohio State University he's one of the first people production a call to figure out what was happening to the beaches but Nello contacted colleagues around the world who are all baffled by the dark bands seen in the Ohio leaves nobody's ever seen anything like that but hello and his team are casting a wide net to identify a clause looking at the genetic markers of everything living on the tree meanwhile other researchers think they have a prime suspect David Burke heads research at the hold an arboretum he's focusing on a microscopic warm called the knee meta so this is one of our greenhouses here at hold arboretum Burke is testing whether nematodes found inside the leaves could cause the disease we gather the tiny worms from effectively use and put them on greenhouse saplings so if you take a look right here you can see that this is a leaf that the nematodes are added to and what you can see is the disease right away so you can see this sort of dark green color that is between the veins it looks a little blister too right it's a perfect match this is basically unheard of Lynn Carter is anemic toad expert with the US department of agriculture she says it's the first example she's seen of nima toad killing large trees Carter says the rogue warm is a sub species of one recently discovered in Japan but that may not be its origin this thing might have come from China or Korea or anywhere over in the Pacific Rim Carter says it's spreading eastward by about one hundred fifty miles each year and to do that it has to have an accomplice in insect or bird or both and it's also not clear how the knee Matilda truly kills the trees it could be a toxin virus or another pathogen it carries so the mystery remains unsolved for now as Canadian and European agencies issue warnings about beach leaf disease American regulators are taking a wait and see approach as the investigation continues into this latest threat to our native
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"David Burke is here and when David comes in that is one of our. Most popular segments win the super chef comes in and also I'm gonna talk to David about performing down. At the drift house, talked to Mike in we're going to. Bring the band aid we're. Getting the band together Bob Buchanan is the Republican nominee for the United, States Senate in jersey and he is making some great headway against Bob Menendez and we'll talk live in studio with, Mr. Hubin right here a former marine and proud to have Mr. you with us Mike Gallagher on. The, show good old Mike. Mike is not Mike he's actually young in the good. Old boy like that and he'll he'll be with, us in. The air Sara Gilbert. Godfrey died o'clock hour I. Came up in the comedy clubs with there was Larry David Jerry Seinfeld, everybody was around that was like who was there my goodness gracious I get state myself pretty pretty Princess father it, was very funny print senior was there and all these great comics Gillian I were together through it. All, and you don't want. To miss it because anything can happen you got you. Got the dump button just against Gilbert says something Dan. Yeah a few seconds, so we might have to kick them out of the Jani tobacco but with with a great respect and love I wanna it presented Dr genie's they. Know in, the studio live boys if you give a, nice look Frankie but I'm confused though because so Frank no Frank. Emailed and said said Joe will have you on, for. An, hour and I. Thought l. you know they never invite me for an hour I, was so honored and Frank is gone so, now I think tank who I've known a long time the only an. Hour is when Franks on vacation He's. Never gets because I made the request thank you Okay can you, know, how much I think of you and I said and and we, got so. Much policy politics talk about and I said. And you so, you just so fun on the air. So I said let's let's put on for the hour north is gonna join us in a little. While so Mom With the pudgy appeal appeal, pillow the piji peo-, pillow I didn't notice she gave she gave me like a pudgy peel pillow like a, little pillow of Padre Pio the guy the now Saint who had the markings of Christ when he was alive and he was like by Barry and I remember my father in the second World War when he was stationed in berry went to see budget PEO because the section of Italy where he's from Missouri Adriatic's and the guy handed. Markings of Christ signed on his palms on his feet and so they Catholic church for years where they finally made a, mistake takes a long So so so so. I put the budget you're supposed to put the Padre Pio pillow underneath your my pillow I feel She's. The best You a. Church going person. I forgive me I teach at. A Catholic college And you know, I was gonna say I, know about the. Process, because our, founder Edmund, Rice, his is up for sainthood but he's blessed Edmund he's going you know obviously. You have to be blessed before he goes? To go through this whole process so? Who comes up. With the blessed title is there No didn't never been nasal like a? Commission commission Szeto but you, know, what, I want to say your old friend Larry David did you see his piece? In the. Times that's become? Like the number one you're good what. Was that it was in the New York, Times it's. A funny editorial on. John Kelly's breakfast breakfast issue John Kelly was upset they, said he, was, upset because he didn't get breakfast your friend Larry..
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Two of them went to tavern sixty two went to david burke brand new restaurant had a great time and then of course slept on a couch because i don't have a you know my daughter who goes to college in manhattan we'll have a beautiful apartment in the most luxurious part of town i'm sleeping on my couch in my office as it should be isn't that what we do he gave bake it up hey good board he gets joe on the radio eleven minutes after six o'clock and so philip roth dine phil was a jersey guy born in newark new jersey and and a true legend and he died yesterday eighty five years old one of the most brilliant literary giants of our time and may he rest in peace what interesting character and a man from newark new jersey jersey's finest so rest in peace philip roth the president coming to long island today which is he's gonna famous thirteen in a big way going after the gangs there are protesters for that so to help me out here there's protesters for the president going to china shut down the gangs there are actually people out there protesting and embarrassed for them i'm embarrassed for them and i think that ms thirteen and this is my own this is joe there's not salem not anybody else but me i think ms thirteen which what happens in these tough areas distressed areas the the drug lords pay people they pay people to keep quiet and if you're gonna protest against the president united states to come and try to shut down after what ms thirteen did the community along if you're going to actually go out and protest you being paid by thirteen and you're gonna have to convince me otherwise i bet you the drug lords are paying these people and whoever's up there protesting when you see someone protest if you look at that person and this is this is just me just make this is conjecture but i gotta tell you i think they're being paid by the drug lord to being paid by the gang members they got.
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"A price fixed menu how do you handle a day like mothers day where you want to maintain that same kind of quality that people come to expect from david burke restaurant but you also have to deal with a surge in demand how do you manage that yeah you know experience but you know i it said that prime by david burke collaboration with trump looked out today in the in the lobby we do a beautiful buffet but really really you know it's such a large place and we have the muscle in the power that hotel in the chef for the hotel we work in collaboration so it's a fantastic layout and because we have a lot of manpower here because we're such a big and busy restaurant we could pull it off really nicely so buffets of buffet for mother's day there so that there are probably sixty choices of items and we also do that at thrift house and see bright which we have the manpower to do and you need elbow room at david burke tavern sixty hour cry because we know it's it's it's just more refined and it's it's a smaller restaurant so we ought the menus of prefix and it has a combination of the breakfast items of brunch and dinner items so it's actually sometimes some people prefer the kitchen did you lay it out and then you maintain it and you don't have to worry about each check coming in and then the card is just more like a regular day believe it or not be busy in a restaurants better than not being you know people just tend to bring in their eightgame when it's busy the waiters around point the cooks we we you know you're going to be busy so you're kinda got it's like it's like playoff game you right right right shows up restaurant the restaurant the restaurant business when everybody else is celebrating we we tend to be working so it's one of the trade offs of being in a.
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And on running restaurants mother's day so it gives me a great deal of pleasure to welcome my friend celebrity chef david burke whose restaurant i'm going to be at today tavern sixty two and he is apparently he heard i was going to be there and left town so he is in washington dc as i understand it david good morning good morning thank you i'm doing great so is that where you are you're in dc now i got here in eleven o nine amtrak from penn state i got here thirty in the morning oh goodness well i'm impressed so now you're playing is b lt prime at the trump hotel there right david burke at the trump international and i'm sitting in the lobby and it's just and it's just a great spot and so having mike my coffee because i can't weigh in cake or pie until i have a coffee well so so assuming that keeping in mind the coffee disclaimer if you had to pick right something to eat or something to serve and you're giving given a choice of eating or serving cake or pie would you pick that's a great question i like i like pie i like very much like pie especially lately but i like pie when i'm not eating a meal i like cake after me.
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"All the news noodling hi paul anka the background i love that song so our back other red eye exhausted only i would have a a lovely rushing dowsett in the middle seat and with her head on my shoulder look at the bright side it's a lovely russian gal wasn't like some big guy saying hey can i put my head on my shoulder or the gal with the feet with what was that yeah that's a turn off your feet away please that is and those red eyes are tough anyway oh i'm still feeling you can never recover but we got david burke coming in greater curtis ellis's in here okay yeah we're gonna have a great great show and debbie it always starts with you on the road six twenty two debbie doohan missed you deb how we doing traffic wise this morning well welcome back here we miss you let's see what's happening here ideas you get from falls down toward beacon ninety s closed at stony hill road is all due to an accident investigation some flooding out here on fifty nine by three zero three getting in toward west nyack one lane is still blocked without ongoing flooding issue eighty eastbound exit forty two in parsippany watch out for a crash over there traffic is still moving a little bit solely here as you head over to the cross bronx westbound slowing down right through third avenue alternate side parking it affects over on the westbound side of the bq we at queens boulevard that's a stalled car this report brought to you by dash windows dash windows features premium products like anderson windows andersen windows more than just a window there peace of mind visit dash windows in person or online at dash windows dot com that's a dash windows.
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Can check that out david burke celebrity super he's our buddy man and i wanted to be here joe david coming in and i couldn't be in last week because shooting on order here we are here live with david burke so at curtis ellis yeah you know one of the few we love peter navarro occurred cells because they are in the trump administration they actually come back to the show then they come back so we appreciate that curtis l a senior policy adviser with america first policies personal friend of charles finch our mentor as so curtis is we'll be here like mike gallagher show leader steve levy former suffolk county executive is gonna be with us and tim macaca rain he's the president of citizens program for american corporate programs and he's going to help he helps veterans getting career trading jobs you know we've got a great job for the take this nice nice yeah you could keep the shot up there guys if you can you got you got air we go thank you george george thanks for coming in brother you came in man it's okay if you have a black friend you call him brother i don't mean to do that but but he's april i got the break broke a brother how you doing brother but if when i say that when my friend is back and i say brother i is that racist to say georgia got what i'm talking about thank you my friend great to have you here and matt thanks for going in grace's chilies here we got the whole team here take this i had this nice thing that joseph a bank see this little thing and i'm gonna take it off because it's getting too hot in the studio with the lights so this is it and i and i got to tell you about you can't believe that the trip only be only only joey benefit oh my god out to vegas it was the best had the greatest i'm joe montana what a great guy and dean martin everybody we had a great time but had to tell.
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Us david burke we love internationally renowned chef a brilliant truly brilliant chef david burke is in a you know from my jeff america he's got tavern 62 on the sixty seconds street great and he's got gather new pleasant seabright that beautiful new restaurant they are ac i should get the name to that a restaurant that david just opened up and will join us in the eight o'clock hour we chatting with david exactly about the new restaurant which is just ripping it up down there down the shore as well let's adrift house urged rift house yes i you great things about the drift house down the short and of course he's within the the new trump hotel down there in washington dc jeffrey lines will join us there will talk about filled with jeffrey mike gallagher beat up a seller will be talking with peter navarro director of the office of trade manufactory so this is it as you listen to open up on the radio with you preview frankie fibres and debbie in and generally albert alganov flat tire so that we when we went on the air and we did during the election season we called and we reach out to everybody i remember a candidate trump came on the show threetimes he came on the show always always would the member that when i was i remember as broadcasting from orlando and and then that they said okay with that we that donald trump on the phone as a great and he was about to do a a sixty minutes interview and i said of you remember on the air i said donald opec's you mr ciampi said alkarmi now and i said though we don't he goes i was going to do sixty minutes but when you have to do joe piscopo you go to drop has vowed that so i love of you know he's so smart like that the president is ray so and then and then bernie sanders on the show a kellyanne conway be regular general flynn everybody then when he got elected they can i forget about it so they elected paul not peter navarro 'cause we had booted of the vision of our we had live at the cannes veggie now he is very very close to the white house with the steel tariff situation and we certainly working with gordon chang i.
"david burke" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"In the morning an am 970 the answer you have look who clear all eyes overseeing euro wisdom and through yet there is that a turn chin nam leuk of an lets you with you b lee the new uh be the new i hear this sound good solid judgment whenever utah yet there's a whole grave spring in view b lee the new rain leery already illegal the warning as the old man i love this the icees joan when my five palo this from how to succeed must fall paul but the old man as usual owns a bit he owns that but do fairly are i know mr s big to see who is overseeing your wisdom and through good morning good morning yet it's this group well in the morning hi how are you were streaming live on youtube and on facebook on am 970 the answer that's our home 606 on am 970 the answer i believe in you the new you know we believe in you we appreciate you check in his up so much going on a come into the studio is a lot going on and we'll get you at all and we'll get to all the news here it is on this tuesday on am 970 the answer and while the guestlist for you momentarily will take that with who's on the show coming in david burke commented worldrenowned chef david burke he's gonna eat it'll be cooking in studio of the bring some more bacon for hour never enough bacon as it were there's a lot to to get into everybody's still that just news wise we have which is my responsibility as your humble announcer on this radio station to tell you the news and some of the i'm just so tired of it on tired of the divide thank you frankie tidal divide in in washington that's going on the memo madness down there that that's like that is really a derangement scituate this whole russia included they either latest right front rate at the onset here it's like nuts it's like not they start the russian collusion meaning the democrats who after the present russian collusion and the whole country in the whole world with were and they won't let it go they keep stain on the russia kujovic so as gay so then the.
"david burke" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Since in the story of jim jones and i do think he had good i do think he did at times in his life he genuinely care about others and help them in a stalinist shing ways especially when it came to race relations but considering how things of italy played out you've got to ask yourself did jim jones truly try to follow his good intentions but still lost evil or was he always a sociopath who just saw situation to manipulate data and i think if they've crusher will wrestle with with the in this entire series but i i think it's very interesting i i i hate i i don't think people that are good all the way through ever really end up here i think in the end it was hits got something to do with the shallowness of his choices begin with and we'll get into this we're going to see when the turn came because at this point yet seems like we have potential for an actual good leader so much grape had so much potential in him he is a very disappointing figure so let's get back to jim's cia childhood weirdness he somehow had an extensive knowledge of sex which joined religion as pretty much the only two things he talked about although no one really knows how he got the sexual information or if any of it was correct now i feel like you may come from his mom because they are mom was super into sex and talking about uncomfortable subjects so i think i ab came from her which has got to be got a really fuck your playwright on the line when your mom all horny david bird shit i don't think you're supposed to get aroused when you have the conversation with your parents about sex i don't think you're supposed to but as a henry just say with david burke contributor.
"david burke" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"Uh like sort of a particular way of thinking about it and so it's not prescribe but you can you can take whoever you are and kinda put yourself into uh that's boyce it's the specialty specialties what i will what i will answer also uh uh you you know know i've i've i've a big big theater background is well in any time that any young actors would ask me you know how how to be a better actor i would answer to them the way a a wonderful mentor of mine tony low bianco used to answer uh and say to them you want to be a better actor go learn how to sweep the stage smaller how to do the lights go learn how to take out the ashtray here hands thirty you know we're not you know we're we're not nothing unless we know every dang part of it unless were consumed by by learning in by knowledge uh from multiple different perspectives cbs's david burke is says in his book the nets of creativity it's not the expert the linear expert that has the greatest most creative ideas it's the people that have the most different perspectives the comments from the outside in in in give their thoughts and opinions to learn how to do everything yeah yeah on part also sounds like if you have the perspective that you normally don't that sometimes where innovation comes from and actually brings a to a question i have mentioned michael rodrick and i asked him a similar question it's about how you think about the diversity of your network and how how much you put attention in to having a diverse network verses how much is of is the fault of you having such a range of interests in experiences like are you even when you're constructing a sixteen person dinners as you think about who you reach out to let you think of your closest circle of friends is is it is there a diversity and i don't mean just race i mean a range of experiences in backgrounds and whatnot is there is there there and is it something you've done purposely because i think a lot of people the answer is it's not there i am really thought about what i feel angry you you so thoughts.
"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I said yes i'm very interested in doing that but only if i can work with david burke he wrote el which is the french film paul farrell of in isabela pair it's the l was the best thing i've ever seen an obs i'm totally obsessed with al and so i i contacted scariest hill it's hilarious to me to be discussed atrophy oh my god yup so we're at the highline studios which is a in events performance place and you're deciding that were meeting were meeting during the afternoon you're going to be singing for an event where are you can apply well i'm going to play all you need is love the beatles classic i'm going to play new york and i'm going to i basically picked the saddest songs and my repertoire of of which there are many but i picked the absolute most bleak for this party tonight glamorously sad songs perfect another case eager to show me how to play i dig upon yeah if i can remember other estimates this little deep covers death that often no because i don't know how to play anyone else's saw i don't believe you know it's true he gene his means sale brain energy any clark also noticed st vincent her album lasted duckie is just down coming up one of those awkward conversations with your mom this time about.
"david burke" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"To get a big pellet which would go out and show the world massive deposits from coal i can do it now that we can i not done the moon apob where they were i was helping them refuse grandson they went to clean up i started to grade 2 notion the state troopers kunkui gloom told me a little boy i was raping went kcup his jeff ground good i needed to go up the river recruit home i do agree on your way home i'm scott i'm biden my jaw and i wiped out at the wheel and i drive off a quick aiba grandma she passes away a short time before david burke who had just ground is still summer 28 getting my government committed suicide salt i've got down for kunar's well that's that's all on day a robert that that too rough but if you want to big tv show you don't need a network you need of a unita a and i phone go videotape all of its yourself you can put it up on you to be the most famous person in the world her all i can do for helicopter not come coop all of this in a matter of gay why would you need a helicopter her not wall screwed up and down foul who a touchy said you stood outside of the cave yes i woke up i've stood below it okay i my word i would not touch until you trust me glue worth seven hundred million dress now uber okay i'm allowed to go touch the pocket higher per gallon of walkerton so much money and i we've got nothing grown now i just walked out of the wilderness seventy five miles to calgary scorn i woke up grizzly bears i've been attacked by grizzly bears showman pond.
"david burke" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Hey jordan harbinger here from the art of charm welcome any said monday your weekly shot of personal development espresso happy to be here with you kicking off the week with something quick and of course actionable that you can put in action right away it's gonna make you more magnetic it's gonna make you more effective today it's all me i want to tell you how to re engage old contacts via text this is a simple but most people don't do it it's very easy as well as just a matter of habits and getting into the flow so this is something i literally do every single day this happens in the morning before i've done just about anything else i'm sitting here with my tear my coffee or her let's be honest a both and this takes less than five minutes this practice is one of the reasons my personal and professional network is so large and so responsive and it takes very little effort so if it sound super simple and easy because it is i expect you to do this right after you listen to this episode here today right now so every single day text one or two people you haven't spoken to in a while make it something nice you're not doing the shas to make people love you you're doing it because you actually love people and there's a difference there and i know you're thinking i'm giving you too much credit but it's true you do so the trick is not just doing this once or twice like right now and then tomorrow while this is fresh in your mind this episode the trick is making this a consistent practice here a couple ways to do that one use the newsfeed we've talked about this before this comes from abc guest david burke is if you're the social media you see a lot in your newsfeed too much actually and you see people you barely remember people you know well but seldom speak with you've clicked like maybe you made a comment on the unopposed.
"david burke" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Good morning this is the 330 report on charles manson forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center mostly cloudy today chance of evening showers high today seventy eight cloudy skies monday chance of afternoon showers a high seventy eight mostly sunny tuesday or wednesday tuesday's high near 80 wednesday's high of eighty two is sixty four degrees at your severe weather station here the big stories you'll be talking about our newsradio 700 one hundred wlw the fbi takes the leaving the investigation into the saturday morning explosion at a suburban minneapolis mosque leaders say improvised explosive device was detonated as people gathered for early morning prayers about a dozen people inside but no one was hurt the building did sustained heavy damage the fbi special agent in charge is rick flatten sending items to our various labs for further analysis the looking at videos a cell phone data us military aircraft rescue boats call off a search for three marines michigan tree their unit was on an mvp 22 osprey aircraft when it went down during a routine training mission saturday 23 of the twenty six marines on board were rescued retired marine fighter her pilot colonel david burke says he thinks since so many of the marine survived they may have had some time to prepare for the impact there's so many things that can occur in that landing face the bottom line is landing and aircraft aboard a ship is very demanding a man shot following a disturbance in monroe and later dies atrium medical center police.
"david burke" Discussed on WLOB
"News three small earthquakes in northern oklahoma the largest ah magnitude two point six near aided about fifty five miles north of oklahoma city it was forty years ago that serial killer david berkowitz terrorized new york city a fortnight special about the son of san killings begins tonight the smithsonian channel documentary the lost tapes sunday sam follows the press and the police says they investigate and eventually capture david burke who is the serial killer doug son sann berkowitz terrorized new york city for one year in the '70s with late night shooting killing six and wounding seven them efrayim afraid to go out and the calm afraid to do anything three nights series explores the story using rare local media home movies and police footage some of which has never been seen before which gives us a portrait of what it was like in the city for two years ago michelle pollino fox news at the box office this weekend the world war two epeg dunkirk at number one with twenty eight point one million the emoji movie with twenty five point seven million girls trip in third with twenty point one million lease of the sarah fox news radio newstalk wbal old y like if you're travelling through another dimension a dimension not only of sight and so much a journey into a one bruce slammed whose boundaries of those of imagination your next stop the twilight zone good evening colonel taylor even patrick as mr alfred murrah not yet sir the board of the tummy yet what you say i would quite bombing infect amount of dispense with overcoat altogether barton yesser cedar girdles car right away this he knew just started this evening by you drive carefully no park at all the way in the back away from the other cars yes sir this little proposition liama boy see this bill that's fifty dollars sir indy and if there are no dental scratches wherever it back not a one monju this issue of old i promise sir good men should always keeps bras you shouldn't spoil vlad nonsense little incentive that so i wasn't in the club's the usual crowd is mr tennis in here by any chance yes sir of for some time now they could petric.