18 Burst results for "David Burke"

"david burke" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

The Restaurant Coach Podcast

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"david burke" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

"Money and time are almost interchangeable. And I have to view them both the same way. So what can you do with your money? You know, you can spend it and waste it or you can invest it and manage it. And I think that once you get that idea and you look at it's finite resource that you have, it becomes much bigger. It becomes bigger in life. It becomes better with how you spend time with your family. And it really wants that is established on a subconscious level, you start acting in a different way. You stop wasting time. You stop going to work three hours early because you don't trust something. And that's really what I was trying to convey on my Instagram post. Yeah, so let's slow down a little bit. Let's back up a little bit. Yeah. James Avery. You own a couple restaurants and ashbury perk, you own the Bonnie Reed and the black swan. And also, a lot of people might know you and a lot of people say, hey, you look familiar. Where have I seen you before, right? Mine is like, oh yeah, I was on hell's kitchen, right? I was one of the chefs, you know, I was one of the guys running around yelled at everybody. It was Ramsey and stuff like that. So talk a little bit about your background and what got you to where you are today. What got me into it? Well, I was a terrible student and I love to have my own money. So I would always be working. I started delivering things at 17. Fast forward, I went to college, worked in restaurants, I finally made the jump to back of house. And in New Jersey, I bounced around from job the job catering, but about 12, 13 years ago, I really made the shift of like going to Atlantic City, working with steps like Michael Mina and their kitchens, I spent some time with David Burke or some really big heavy hitter chefs. And I am able to, I was able to network my way into the TV world working as a consultant with Gordon Ramsay on a few of his traveling TV shows. And ultimately, you know, in between opening like a half a dozen restaurants for other people and working for big companies like be our guests and chefs international here at the dirty shore. I found myself as his right hand man on hell's kitchen as the blue team sous chef. So I did that for many years and then I finally decided like, you know, I had a lot of children and four kids and I considered that a lot. And I got tired of that traveling and living away from so I partly got into opening a couple of restaurants here at the Jersey Shore. That is a very fast forward immersion of my own. But yeah, so now I'm, you know, I'm 41 and I'm starting my hospitality group nicely done hospitality. And currently, two restaurants on your ownership and management, the block swan, which is our British gastro pub. Kind of a nod to my time with Gordon Ramsay. And just the way that differentiate myself from all the, you know, these kind of classic Irish pubs, you see. And we also have the Bonnie Reed, which is a classic rum driven seafood chowder house, classic, you know, type seafood thing you would expect to see in a Jersey shore. Yeah.

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"david burke" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

The Restaurant Coach Podcast

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"david burke" Discussed on The Restaurant Coach Podcast

"Money and time are almost interchangeable. And I have to view them both the same way. So what can you do with your money? You know, you can spend it and waste it or you can invest it and manage it. And I think that once you get that idea and you look at it's finite resource that you have, it becomes much bigger. It becomes bigger in life. It becomes better with how you spend time with your family. And it really wants that is established on a subconscious level, you start acting in a different way. You stop wasting time. You stop going to work three hours early because you don't trust something. And that's really what I was trying to convey on my Instagram post. Yeah, so let's slow down a little bit. Let's back up a little bit. Yeah. James Avery. You own a couple restaurants and ashbury perk, you own the Bonnie Reed and the black swan. And also, a lot of people might know you and a lot of people say, hey, you look familiar. Where have I seen you before, right? Mine is like, oh yeah, I was on hell's kitchen, right? I was one of the chefs, you know, I was one of the guys running around yelled at everybody. It was Ramsey and stuff like that. So talk a little bit about your background and what got you to where you are today. What got me into it? Well, I was a terrible student and I love to have my own money. So I would always be working. I started delivering things at 17. Fast forward, I went to college, worked in restaurants, I finally made the jump to back of house. And in New Jersey, I bounced around from job the job catering, but about 12, 13 years ago, I really made the shift of like going to Atlantic City, working with steps like Michael Mina and their kitchens, I spent some time with David Burke or some really big heavy hitter chefs. And I am able to, I was able to network my way into the TV world working as a consultant with Gordon Ramsay on a few of his traveling TV shows. And ultimately, you know, in between opening like a half a dozen restaurants for other people and working for big companies like be our guests and chefs international here at the dirty shore. I found myself as his right hand man on hell's kitchen as the blue team sous chef. So I did that for many years and then I finally decided like, you know, I had a lot of children and four kids and I considered that a lot. And I got tired of that traveling and living away from so I partly got into opening a couple of restaurants here at the Jersey Shore. That is a very fast forward immersion of my own. But yeah, so now I'm, you know, I'm 41 and I'm starting my hospitality group nicely done hospitality. And currently, two restaurants on your ownership and management, the block swan, which is our British gastro pub. Kind of a nod to my time with Gordon Ramsay. And just the way that differentiate myself from all the, you know, these kind of classic Irish pubs, you see. And we also have the Bonnie Reed, which is a classic rum driven seafood chowder house, classic, you know, type seafood thing you would expect to see in a Jersey shore. Yeah.

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"david burke" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"david burke" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Is not designed to create just great football. It's designed to think of the nation state in glowing emotional, wonderful ways late 93 20 and I'm not going to name the person that send this, but I did receive a great tweet soaked in cognitive dissonance from a city fan at the final whistle yesterday. He tweeted angrily at me for mentioning sports washing and he said, roger, not now. Please stop with your moral stances. I was like, oh, David, don't you hate it when moral stances get in the way of the football. I mean, the only problem is that the moral stat, the moral stamps, the moral stances, they have to you just don't quite know when to stop because there is a sense that next year's promos are going to be like it's hedge funds versus nation states this week and the Premier League on NBC. Hedge fund. Hedge fund team hedge fund versus team nation state. You tell me I need to organize just a union of socialist Democrats socialists who Venmo me unified fund and try and run a team upon pure principles. You'll enjoy life in league two. I'm making my major potsy for America to come in with me by a team and we can run it according to just a values first team to forest green. The forest greeter fumble. Yeah, I will say what are the weird features of this season for me has been watching peps heel to down the stretch at David Burke tweeted us that peppers become Westworld's doctor Robert Ford, a man who desires control above all else and has produced a robotic copy of himself, for argument's sake, I'll make up a fictitious name and I'll call him filled with an F, food and with a PH and they were at the white pep teal turn. I'm going to say I enjoy manic pet. I enjoy wizard pet. I enjoy hooding and peppy even but hail pep, the one that points the finger starts bands wars with Klopp is furious that his club is just feared and not loved. You know, is a fascinating thing for me to see. I worry where that's going to go. You've watched the Tesla brand being polluted right now. I just watched that abercrombie and Fitch documentary. Oh, it was brilliant. I love that film. There's an interview of one of their PR people about the moment they knew that the culture had turned against the brand. She said it was when she saw Toby Maguire's Superman and he was fighting the school bully in the hall, and she noticed the bully and all the bullish Friends were dressed head to toe in at the combi clothes. She said, I like movement. I realized we were now in the bad guys, and we were screwed, and I got to say, when I see him, in these moments of glory, just he couldn't resist having a another pop up club in Liverpool by saying the Premier League is a greater achievement than the Champions League, isn't it, he said, I'm not saying the champions are not important when mad crazy to win it. We want it. We love it. We'd love to be in Paris, but to win 30 year games rather than 6 8 or 9 games, it's different. Is that more like you can't find me, I quit or does he have a point? I think he's got a point. I mean, who knows the reason for him saying it, it may be, he has got there through the wrong route, but I think he's right. And you look at the emotion of this entire week and weekend roger will get no doubts talking about Everton and just the matter that staving off relegation or being relegated is such an emotionally draining draining thing and just I like to think I dealt with objectively. But is this 38 game season? And I don't think you'd see that look on K DB's face. Do you just wouldn't feel that that the achievement of the entire staff? I think that's very, I think it's a lovely moment in the Premier League trophy ceremony when all of the staff are lined up and the players come and thank them all and they thank the players. It's the achievement of a team to win the Premier League. I'm not saying there are lots of sour grapes for me the fact that we've gone through multiple Chelsea wins on this part and we've barely even mentioned it. But it is just this has been a season of all seasons and the achievement of winning the Premier League this season. Head to head against Liverpool, who are so good. I think you've just got to give it to pep. This is, I think this is bigger than winning the Champions League. I have to say, and on the whole, I would normally say it most times during the season, the Champions League is the biggest thing in football, but I gotta tell you right now the Premier League winning the Premier League is so hard. Everybody is so good. I think it's just an achievement. Let's end with one of the beautiful moments of which you mention at the culmination of the trophy ceremony 25 year old Ukrainian Alexander zinchenko broke down in tears after we'd wrapped the Premier League trig fee in the Ukrainian flag and then stepped back from it, just leaving the trophy and the flag between him and the fans. David, what emotions must he have been feeling in that moment? Yeah, and also he had a fantastic game. He had the assist for Rodri skull, I think, and just played really well throughout and what a season he's experienced, unlike any other, yeah, it's hard not to be moved by that. Yeah, I love the first player into console. Was Jack Grealish. I would bet money that Jack Grealish has absolutely no idea why he's inko was crying. He was like, what so you can see?.

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"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 8 months ago

"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In dog ownership is putting a big strain on veterinarians Dudley grace Williams David Burke and Laura vitet have all had trouble finding appointments Honestly the vet's been the hardest part They're completely booked They're busy busy busy Getting your dog and to see the vet is as competitive as trying to buy Coachella tickets online Veterinarian Kathy Gervais says it's all true She checks on the dogs in the ICU at the SPCA She says clinics like this one saw requests for services swell 40% during the pandemic Not just new pets older pets too A lot of people going oh my cat is puking four times a day because they didn't see it when they were working in the office Chavez has been working 12 hour days Zigzagging from new puppies to dying cats Today they had to euthanize 5 animals and that's typical The whole time Gervais has to take care of the humans too To these people and especially in these times this is their love These are owners who dress and coif and cook for their dogs I mean this is what they live for And that's very hard for us to draw the line Long before the pandemic vets were struggling with the emotional burdens and financial pressures of their work Vets are more than two times more likely to die by suicide than the general population Part of the problem is easy access to euthanasia drugs I dare you to try to talk to a veterinarian who's been in practice more than 5 years who doesn't know somebody who has committed suicide I unfortunately can count on more than ten fingers Classmates colleagues people I've dated In the early months of the pandemic Gervais could see things getting worse She helped organize the veterinary mental health initiative They offer free support groups and one on one counseling to vets across the country One of them is a hairy near Chicago I just knew that I was burned out The first clinic maza Harry worked for was regularly overbooked as a new vet just out of school juggling so many cases was terrifying I just feel like if I make a mistake that is a problem And if I make a mistake and pull something that is my fault The initiative has grouped specifically to help recent grads like maza Harry and also for a long time vets like Kathy Gervais I've had people look at me sometimes when they've seen me really tired and stuff going Kathy walk away She loves her job But if the pressure ever got to be too much she hopes she.

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"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 8 months ago

"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In dog ownership is putting a big strain on veterinarians Dudley grace Williams David Burke and Laura vitet have all had trouble finding appointments Honestly the vet's been the hardest part They're completely booked They're busy busy busy Getting your dog in to see the vet is as competitive as trying to buy Coachella tickets online Veterinarian Cathy Gervais says it's all true She checks on the dogs in the ICU at the SPCA She says clinics like this one are requests for services swell 40% during the pandemic Not just new pets older pets too And a lot of people going oh my cat is puking four times a day because they didn't see it when they were working in the office Chavez has been working 12 hour days Zigzagging from new puppies to dying cats Today they had to euthanize 5 animals and that's typical The whole time Gervais has to take care of the humans too To these people and especially in these times this is their love These are owners who dress and coif and cook for their dogs I mean this is what they live for And that's very hard for us to draw the line Long before the pandemic vets were struggling with the emotional burdens and financial pressures of their work Vets are more than two times more likely to die by suicide than the general population Part of the problem is easy access to euthanasia drugs I dare you to try to talk to a veterinarian who's been in practice more than 5 years who doesn't know somebody who has committed suicide I unfortunately can count on more than ten fingers Classmates colleagues people updated In the early months of the pandemic Gervais could see things getting worse She helped organize the veterinary mental health initiative They offer free support groups and one on one counseling to vets across the country One of them is Rosie mazza Harry near Chicago I'm just new that I was burned out The first clinic maza Harry worked for was regularly overbooked as a new vet just out of school juggling so many cases was terrifying I just feel like if I make a mistake that is a problem And if I make a mistake and pull something like that is my fault The initiative has groups specifically to help recent grads like masa Harry and also for a long time vets like Kathy Gervais I've had people look at me sometimes when they've seen me really tired and stuff going Kathy walk away She loves her job but if the pressure ever got to be too much she hopes.

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"david burke" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"This idea that we must allow the soundbite of pluralism for the sake of it. That's actually that's a small L, liberal idea gone wrong. That's right. Yeah. No, I think liberalism contains the seeds of its own destruction. And it's just, we're seeing it. We're seeing it happen right now. That's why conservatism has always been necessary for a counterbalance. Because we're not going to say that every fruit the enlightenment was wrong, like free speech is nice and individual rights, but absent any sort of anchoring of tradition and order, you start to get drag queen story hour everywhere. I use that as like a provocative example, right? But or you get pedophilia books and loud and county schools. That's where you get kids that have to put condoms on cucumbers in California. That's right, right? Or you get people that have to cast out spells every time they hear all lives matter in California. Where it's like this liberalism actually really quickly turns into authoritarianism. Really cool. Yeah, and you're not free to criticize any of those practices. That's right. You just mentioned, right? You'll get deplatformed from the modern town squares, right? You'll get a Twitter mob raged up against you to go to your employer and demand yourself. This is the question. This is the question I ask of like James Lindsay and Peter bogosian who are liberals I really respect who do want to live in that liberal American. I think you would agree that's really nice. You know, go to coffee with your left wing friend, like, don't tell my kid what to do. It's like, okay, it's really ideal. I think they're starting to realize that the left violated the liberal peace treaty. The domestic liberal priest. That's right. I mean, I think conservatives at this point. We believe in free speech and the left doesn't. Yes, it's just that simple. They seem very and eerily focused on shutting up political dissidents. And again, we could go deeper into kind of how liberalism sold its own destruction starting with Machiavelli. But any time you allow liberalism to go its own devices without the restraint of order tradition and kind of a push on modernity, you will go to French Revolution revolution super fast. Totally. And this is as far as I can tell the biggest difference between the conservative mindset and the progressive mindset is how they deal with imperfection. So I think like the founding fathers who knew they weren't perfect. They were conscious of the slavery debate, and even if many were wrong, obviously. But they knew they weren't perfect. We know they weren't perfect. Our society's not perfect now, but they knew it was like about an ever more perfect union. Right. That's right. You're supposed to make it better slowly over time. This is the birkin conservatism that David Burke's purports to love. Yes. Russian turkey. Yeah, exactly. And the left wing or the progressive, it's that bolshevist mentality. It's no, because the founding father's own slaves, you know, the constitution and Declaration of Independence, their irredeemable, and you must throw them out, right? Because society's not perfect, you either see some actual injustice or often into trumped up in justice, fake, you know, hoax. We have to talk about justice mollett. But that's beside the point. They want to throw the baby out with the bathwater. You say, burn it all down. It's this revolutionary rage. And I think that's childish. I think it's. And so they call us reactionary. I actually don't mind it that much to be called that. I know that's like a pejorative, but I do think there's something we said that, yeah, we're actually gonna be a little bit more dramatic in our counter move because you guys are deciding to just destroy everything. Yeah. And playing defense against someone who's just attacking you. Like, yeah, you gotta do it, but you gotta find some way to stop playing ultimately you'll lose. Ultimately, it'll just kill you and our backs are against the wall. So it's like you got to play offense, and if they want to call that reaction instead of conservatism, it's like fine, but actually, no, we want voter ID, and we want a border, and we want your kids to want to learn the national language of the United States. This stuff is stuff is like a common set in like 70% of Americans agree on. That's right. And there is the trope of the silent majority, but I think if the Democrats keep pushing the way they're pushing, the silent majority is about to become very, very vocal. And it's a tyrannical minority, extremely small, by the way, but very, very influential. Is it David taxi? Said someone said the greatest trick that progresses ever pulled was convincing the population that they were more than 5%. It's actually just a small tyrannical majority, but again, they own the academy in Hollywood and all the propaganda ridiculous fringe issues. But I think that's I think that's actually starting to think it's unwinding. I think so. They're also going to start to fight amongst themselves. You're seeing that a little bit. Especially because and again, this is the hilarious part of utopianism, let's just call it that, is that the road to utopianism is filled with a lot of needles in dead bodies. Yep. It really doesn't smell nicely. That's the thing conservatives. No, it's not perfect. It's not going to be perfect. I think it can be better. I think it'd be better progressively over time, but this is why they're willing to put the foot, their foot on the accelerator though. Right. Despite the empirical evidence and everything around them is unwinding because they say, oh yeah, it's okay, after we destroy the currency, open up all the borders and have 35 million central Americans, and everyone just works for a collection of three companies. It's actually going to be perfect. Then we can have real socialism, which as you know has never been tried. Yes, and it's just, it is this belief, though, in this kind of resounding view of human existence, we're just one revolution away from perfection. Right. And it requires you to go to a college campus to believe something like this. Yes. But the whole Democrat party is actually largely embracing this. And so let's talk about, you know, we call you based Blake around here because you're willing to say the one line that drove people nuts. What is that line? What is it? You tell me. You should be able to. Yeah, in America, you should be able to raise a family on one single income. People lost their people lost their mind. Everywhere. From every corner of the political spectrum. It's so funny, but it's really revealing. Everyone had to do for different reasons for it, by the way. Why would you want to have families and it's fascinating? I got two sort of principle pushbacks. One was like a good faith like skepticism, like, okay, that's a good goal, but how do we get there? And that's fair. And I should explain policies that we're increased wages and decreased costs and stuff. But to the left wing response was her, like, oh yeah, it's on a transcript, it would look the same. You know, it's the same words, but it's like, oh yeah, Blake, how are you gonna get there? You can't possibly get there, you know, and they don't want to get there. That's right. They don't want to get there. Meanwhile, they got a $100 trillion for the Green New Deal and get rid of all fossil fuels. Yeah. But the fact that you can affordably have a family, forget. But I do think even the left finds it inconvenient to attack the family because actually most people love their family and want families if they don't have them. It's obviously a good goal. The left can't dispute the goal so they have to invent some they basically have to squirt up a bunch of squid ink about like how that's hard and well the best attack they had against me was that was sexist. And that's what they default to. This is because they assumed that they were 45 or something. Well, women should think long and hard about that. Jordan Peterson has a great riff about it. Of course. But I didn't say like who should do what? Like laissez fairman, do what you want, but like we ought to have a society where you should be prosperous enough to have..

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"david burke" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Else was underestimating. Those teams right. Underestimate those teams and all that made you do. Is you realize that is no easy games. I'm thinking kicks goes against luton for i think i think i played against coventry. Kick against the center offs. Bronchial kinda think it was in A odaguard piss or whatever. His name is same. Blue thinks the. I can't remember was it was blended falutin but it was so tough that was like fuck you know and when you when you go in you got going and i think we beats i think would be wimbledon home then we started to get going and then we and then he starts to go. What we finished third moose. We've finished third. That season is a season where we couldn't qualify for europe because everything what happened before we were banned from europe. And what was really good about that is that we had a good young team. Self bri jeff thomas. Andy grabbed the back in the midfield. Star patterson salako was on the left wing. john who was neil redfearn underwrites and we have david burke left by john. Pemberton right back. Andy phone young and nigel. martyn go. we fucking fit strong young team which finished third leads. Finish full that season. I knew we needed more right. Donald what we needed but like leach finish fourth that season the next season they bought tony rigo and rod wallace and they want to leave the next year. That's our that's. I can't get over that because i'm thinking we that close we finished third. They finished fourth. They won the league next year. You know so. I knew that with with with us as much as i was wary of coming up and i realized that we had to get to a certain level loose consistency in that league. That when you drop tundra let. We talked for a bit liverpool. Be as nine new. It was it was. It was one of those situations where you couldn't rest in training. Everything's quicker when you come up against the best you call take more than one touch when you don't need more than one touch you've got finishes if you're playing against the best. We couldn't get anywhere nearly report at night and we were in the same league as these guys and we can't get need him. It was one of the most harrowing feelings. I've ever had in addressing room when we came in after nine new by the same time we knew exactly what we need to do in respect of moving on right right so you feel like this. I mean this is. This is fascinating because you look leads and less than now and i'd look at. I wonder what it is with them. Upgrades me leads. Who taught less. And there's lester ness looking less less a team. That have is a championship team until they slipped up late. And i wonder if not saying the hangovers continued. I believe in hangar business. It's almost like the things that people were about less than last season. Are they even more in focus now on people now looking less because you look at them and their challenges team but i feel like there's too much there's too much dependence maybe on gardy i wonder one difficult because body again for me when i look at less. Stop do this comparative analysis tool to west palm. 'cause there's a both teams that you did radio la season wanna push on an also pain in europe west ham so far managed to make the to coexist an done pretty well. They're plays from nacional performed radio already picking up de that the p the key men teams that upon myself going never level and delivering rose less than the other hand. You have a situation where james madison since the end of last season.

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"david burke" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So here we go. Keep Bernie Kim Instagram Rosenberg. Sydney loved the peaceful here. You're very sexy. Pat. P. Scrappy looks great. But please don't grow appeared so happy. You never quit. Instagram Lynn. I love the scrub. You look very sexy as she organ about me ready for this. Your character tells the world you're a real man. Your beard is mostly the exclamation point. Well, how about that Lori real estate rollout in Ramsey, New Jersey loves the beard and they would make up girl ever from a question shoot at Newsmax, Maureen Walsh. She says. Yes, week one scruff goatee, contours your handsome face. You're a hunk hunk about that. That one in a long time in a long time. Well, this guy here is that all the time or what? I don't know. He's celebrating a birthday. He's the king of Wycoff, New Jersey, and he's on 5 to 6 every Saturday he is Constantine Maroulis Constantine. Happy Birthday, brother. Thank you, boys. Good morning to you. So, what are you doing today for your birthday? What? Chef David Burke restaurant. Are you going to? Yeah, I'm actually up in Boston. I'm out with my band. Foreigners Journey, My big classic rock. Experience. We have sold out show tonight at the North Shore Music Theater Tonight. Tomorrow night will be in great neck at the Steppin Stone amphitheater out there Big open air show, probably one of their last of the season. So we're excited. It's a big weekend of rock and roll and just, you know, I'm glad to be working again. Well, you are working again. And we saw four shows Come back this week with the Lion King and Hamilton and Wicked and one more. I forget. It doesn't matter. Um, but the point is, the world is getting back to normal. The concerts were there. So, uh, And obviously you've got a bunch of conference coming up this week. So do you feel like you're really back? 100% of all, like 80% about 80%? You know, I had the privilege of producing on some shows where a part of some of the conversations over the last couple of years to put this plan. In place, and it's working beautifully. So far, you know you open the staples shows Wicked Lion King Hamilton. They've done some celebrations. They've done a lot of television. As you've seen. There's been a lot of promotion. And look, you know, New York is not the same. When Broadway is not there. This has been the longest stretch Broadway's been dark, so there's a lot of excitement and you guys know it. I mean, the city's great, You know, there's a good vibe Gotham is back, and when Broadway is popping, the city feels normal again. Some shows will stagger out throughout the rest of the fall and into the new year, some shows. Will never come back. They just couldn't you know, sustain the pain of the shutdown. You know, it was tough on a lot of people for sure. Yeah. Now these Broadway venues they need to sell out. Have they been selling out these past few days? Three. A lot of shows have hit record highs. For sure. Waitress, which is coming back in a limited run and even changed theaters is back with Sarah Burrell is, of course, the pop star turned Broadway composer. She's actually starring in the lead role. They've been breaking box office records, so Broadway's Not very clever with this limited run thing. You know, it's like you concentrate your overhead to a certain amount of weeks a couple of months. And if you really focus that ticket by, you can do really well, you don't have to sell out. Yes. The unions who we love. They keep us safe, and we're in a great union as well. But you know, these shows cost a lot of money, not only to just put up, but each week The running costs are in the 56 $700,000 range, so Yeah, You got to do pretty well to be getting into that black for sure. But, um, there's definitely money to be made. There's a lot of great ticket deals out there. Do you research? Um, definitely. TKTS is open as well. Some great discount tickets available, so you know, check it out Constantine Barolos on the Bernie and said show, Constantine. I know you want to weigh in or you have some thoughts on Nicki Minaj. I have this, uh, in my hands here from entertainment. Magazine. I guess online anyway, the headline is this quote. It's a sad day in America. Unquote Randy Jackson backs Nicki Minaj over not being bullied into vaccination. What are your thoughts? Constantine Maroulis. Well, I think that there is, unfortunately. A misconception going on within my beautiful, friendly African American community. You know, I think that there's something about, um, getting vaccinated as opposed to being you know. I don't know, just going with God and whatnot. And and it's unfortunate my friends on Broadway you know which you know is there's a massive America African American community. They all believe in the science and they've gotten it. Um, I think, unfortunately, people out there there's a Like a macho thing that that there is and they're afraid of it. Um, so it's unfortunate. I think it's all about being informed. You know, I think the White House has been good about reaching out and saying, Look, we we wanted We want to talk. We want to hear you. We want to have you consult with doctors and medical professionals and researchers on on your ways, But I guess you know you have to respect people's opinion. And if that's how they feel, um, it's unfortunate for me. From my point of view. I believe in the vaccine. I believe it's very safe. I You know, I've seen it do really good things for people that have gotten sick and it's limited. Uh, that's a couple of days or not much and certainly no hospital stays. So it's unfortunate cause she does say what she wants. She does have a big Presence out there. Let me let me challenge him. Why is it unfortunate? If you're vaccinating your protected? What do you care whether or not she gets vaccinated? I care, because I feel like she has a great influence on people out there young people in particular. And, um, it just stirs the sort of pot of misinformation that's out there. And I think yes, I'm safe. I'm happy. I'm My family's protected, but I actually care about other people as well. Okay, So listen on the way up. By the way, Somebody just called me a tool bag. Just put all those beautiful compliments about all those nice things about my goatee, including from Bernie. Somebody just called me a tool bag. I would tell you who that person is. Uh, Constantine, give us what's going on tomorrow. Between five and six were the big stars on the big show, Man. I am just so psyched Week, 11. Thank you again, Margo. Thank you. John. Red Apple Media. We've had a great time on the on the Constantine Maroulis show because Saturday Night rocks tomorrow. Blues traveler One of my favorite bands stops by We get a great conversation with John Popper. He's got a new blues album out. They are back in the charts. They're out on tour, a great band. Maybe the greatest harmonica player ever awesome songwriter Kendra Erica, who I have a new single out, We celebrated Broadway's reopening with A dance version of, uh, song from Wicked. As long as your mind available on all platforms, so she stops on by. She's a big ADM. Billboard chart topping dance artists, so it's a fun show would dig deep into the nineties. We got a lot of fun stuff on the show tomorrow, five PM Eastern to six. P.m. Eastern, taking you all the way to Cousin Bruce, a Very nice. You. Yes. Excellent job, Constantine. Thank you. And, uh, it's probably about time. It's 9 30. You should be banging New York Housewife at this point. No, my gosh. Easy, easy. All right. That's kind of team Marois. He did, really? He did do three of them 5 to 6 every Saturday, right before cousin Brucie. That's a true story. Anyway, We got lots more to do on this program. Don't we should sweet duty son of a gun trafficking sports is coming up next. But right now it is time for that. 77 W ABC Clipper today Listen to the Rita Cosby Show tonight and every weeknight at 10 here, Rita talks with Gordon Chang on the possibility of Trump attacking Beijing..

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"david burke" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And i mean to me what they've done with. Just a question of idle hands no proper job. What can we do. Your was told you a bit. It tells you a lot about spectrum process. It was i. I remember reading about three pianos in studio shifts. Sorry told me. I go to barry to describe how feel spec record with and was that the first time anyone had that she'd go into detail yemeni basis five or six acoustic guitar just playing on the back of eastern. Yeah of his guitar. Well the funny addendums factors that before waterloo. Abba was stuck for an idea and the guy who was their engineer. Not their producer. Went out one day and walked into a second hand bookshop and found my book about specter. This is he says he's says authorized ever grow griffey and he said and i read this read jeff barry passage about how spectrum and he said yeah that's really interesting and he went back and talk to connie anderson and bulan benon baby and if written agneta well and the rethought how they made records and your just off those ranges credits makes sense it does make sure you expect to get sites. You can get does sound like influences. Clear are always sounds like spent together. I hear it to me. Go on record okay. Really changing the name undefeated into to be a which. We're going to change geographical through just just briefly to note the passing of nancy griffith who died earlier this week. And we're featuring two pieces about nancy. Well i'm from one thousand nine hundred eighty eight which is probably what i aware of roughly. Even though she made records fuda and more recent piece from twenty twelve by david burke where she's calling on her career. And i can't say i have already got nancy griffith but it's interesting reading the she says cats so this nineteen nine eight pieces where my home country thing was and she says. I don't care to be lumped into a group called new country or whatever. Because i don't come from the same state of mind the most of them came from and then she's slightly. Sneeringly i spent is on the road just traveling as a loss across america whereas the rest of them just went to nashville through the industry to build the following. She's an zero harsh. Says she's pointed towards honors and she doesn't stunt trust the burgh. I am very literally right. She did the original of from a distance and she did but yeah. I can't say. I mean what did you like is at the end of this. Twenty twelve pace. She says it was quite chilling to read now. She proudly retains the the. That was the buzzword of obama's election campaign and she says the legacy bush left was stupidity that other people can follow in his footsteps and be that stupid and succeed that was his legacy but the bombers surprises have total belief in him to get things done and it's chewing just to read about the stupidity of the bush era given what.

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"david burke" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"You so much. And i hope you make this annual. We'll see a lot of work. Insult do soon too soon By the way i my i caught the tv. I don't know if you guys still have that. Same channel on with david burke who was a guest of this show. He's been hanging at bacon for years now. He loves that hanging bacon. That's like his thing. Clothes pin bacon bacon on the clothesline. Oh my god it looks so good. It is good but he. Well the fries it. I guess like normal bacon and then he ends up Were bringing out the blow torch and he blowtorches the end of it in front. They lows lying on the clothesline. Yeah i was just watching was diane was talking. I was just getting all my mouth. Was watering looking at the bacon on a clothesline. I was like three years ago. He brought in that bacon on the clothesline. Still getting pup from it. That's a lot of heartburn. Though when you hate when you eat that yeah well of course. Even you get heartburn. Yeah get heartburn from that really. Yeah like acid reflux really kicks in with the bacon on a close on. I'm surprised that you in the shape. That you are get heartburn. I thought because. I only get hard on my bigger. Oh no i've for very long time. I've been taken heartburn medicine fifteen years. Probably not all of them do. Have you been taken zantac. I did for ten years while your time to. Let's size in as well. Because i remember we had to have a discussion when it went off the market. What we were going to start taking. Yeah yeah yeah but now we gotta both get in on that lawsuits concerning when you've taken something that all of a sudden it's pulled from the market for safety issues house. Got a couple of those things. Hernia mesh n. Zantac right if you don't make some money off either one of those things. You're doing it all wrong yet. My hernia mesh is not bothered me at so I heard big problems with your hernia problems. That's what i heard running sometimes. Yeah knowing here and then must be there. Army see the hernia master the cancer. You got from zantac yet. One of the two one of either one of them what year. When you're groaning in there so you really should be compensated properly for these things so get yourself a good lawyer action things the no good because then the or the lawyers get eighty five percent and then they split fifteen dollars a our. We'll get twenty dollars and ten cents now. Maybe but it's three dollars and ten cents. Didn't have before paperwork. that's true. Perhaps you to get in on your in ground pool at three dollars by a piece of it right. Al's little section of my in ground pool. The al dukes section curiosity stream has thousands of documentary films and shows available on demand on any device where the net flicks for nerds the hulu for history buffs the disney plus the scientists in us. There sure are a lot of streaming services. Aren't there curiosity. 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Or wherever you get your pets cova. Nineteen pandemic showed us how microscopic virus could up end our lives. There is so much out there that we need to understand for every threat there are heroes working at the edges of science and policy to protect us. I'm dr abul. Elsa former detroit help director and host of crooked. Media's america dissected every episode. i talked to the doctors. Scientists culture makers and pulse hinders working new ways to protect us against our biggest threats. New episodes of america dissected every tuesday. Listen on odyssey apple podcast wherever you get your podcast. We're all on this planet together so join odyssey and find your one thing. August is a great month to help out the environment by improving your gas mileage. 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"david burke" Discussed on High Tea

High Tea

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on High Tea

"But she already considers you the daughters. So don't even worry about you. I call all my Friends, parents, mom and dad. I don't call out by their first names, nothing like that. What do you mean? All my Friends. I call all my clients, parents, mom and dad. They're like, hey, mom. No, but that's different. That's who that's work. You have never seen that person again. I'm involved in mom and dad. I don't even say their names. Because my Friends, my Friends, parents are coming to my wedding simple, is that that's just how it is. Yeah. Yeah, actually everybody's parents would respect unless they disrespect me then I just keep my distance. Oh yeah, and then that's it for you. I got to go. 'cause I'm also not going to disrespect somebody in their home. That's a hell. Exactly. You can go outside. I'll do it, yeah. So no. Well, going along with that, like with your Friends and growing up, I know for the black community, especially, is we don't call older people by their first name at all. Like that's the highest form of disrespect. Like to this day, I still call parents. Or misses or mister. I still do that. And I can't get with the fact that white people are paint primer counterparts. They love to call their friends, mom, hey Becky. How you doing? I just, yeah, and I'm just like, oh, that makes me cringe. I call you mom or dad before I call you. What's your first name? If you call your parents in a serious fashion by their first name, if I ever call my parents by their first name, joking way, or I'm looking for. So I'll walk around like yesterday. I was calling my mom and she wasn't answering me. I started calling her by her first name. That's different. I don't do that on a regular. For people who call their parents by their first names and not mom and dad. And you know, you're a psychopath. You're the type to kill your whole entire family. That shit is not clear. If you retire, you psychopathic shit to kill your whole family and feel no remorse. I'm watching on oxygen investigation on Sunday Night. You're the Zodiac Killer right now. I'm good son. You're too Bundy. I'm good. David Burke, what's in the his house? No, I'm good. Oh, lord..

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"david burke" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"You are with the menu. Let's next to get an update on the week's food and drink it. Lines monaco's mainly evans. Thanks marcus i wear in saudi arabia. Where david burke has opened his second restaurant in less than a year. The top american jeff is tapping into a social revolution taking place in the capital. Riyadh that promotes going to concerts on the cinema as well as dining out the changes also include a relaxing of gender mixing and the policing of women enroll such as waitresses. And orr's the one thing that might differentiate this scene from cultural hubs. Elsewhere is the lack of alcohol but greatest colorful. Motels are sure to quench your first. Next we're heading to the uk as welsh cower. Salt marsh lamb is the first british food to be given protected status following brexit. The new geographical indication scheme looks to protect foods distinctive taste and. Stop it from being undermined by rival imitations. This particularly flavorful. Lamb is produced by the animals. Enviable diets of empire sorrel and sea. Lavender from the gallup peninsula in wales however this protection is only granted within the uk and the washroom is who really islam's will have to apply to the e. u. similar status on the continent and finally a pioneer in collaboration in the world of drinks as volkan dementia tequila couples up with moet-hennessy the mexicans key brand will be the first to use champagne east in its fermentation process after the two companies initially teamed up in twenty seventeen. They have just brought their debut. Products of the handcrafted keita's to market champagne. Seems quite a step up from the bregy. that's most commonly used. This one's well worth the drive. That's over today. Back t markus. Thanks mainly you're listening to the menu and monocle twenty four up next to zurich where a predicted building innoc- tease siegler fields. Neighborhood has got a new lease of life. As one of the cds top destinations for japanese cuisine. Monaco's derek bundling visitor to the new restaurants. Okay pavilion to speak to inoki. Who runs the place together with his father. They discussed the great food. The restaurant serves while the pandemic turned out to be an opportunity for the business and why the area may soon get much.

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"david burke" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Pork chops deliver and hamburgers. And he said he even better news after that so. I can't imagine what could be better than that. So i've been waiting. I didn't even tell me in the break. He's been making me sweat it out. So what's going on so you know. I did play golf over the weekend. And i had the fortunate opportunity to play golf with a very well known highly regarded big time. I mean totally big time shift. Big time shake shove. I mean huge. I mean when i tell you that way nope guy feeding nope david burke nope this guy emerald agasi in the world of being a chef like a chef guy. David burke says people know who he is and guy fieri to and he has to amazing restaurants scott conan. Now i don't know you may have eaten now. You have one of these restaurants. I am eaten at one of them. And i didn't know i knew i was playing with the but in life. What kind of guy you never know. What kind of guys talk now. A good one to know so. I play the guy by his name. is tom. keller thomas keller thomas keller right so. He owns the french laundry out in napa valley. Oh fuse you also owns per se here. Time warner center. Wow this is like a big time this place. you can't get a reservation for like seven years. I can because. I took a sixty bucks off the golf course. Usa not doing enough. Because of the way i played it was more because the way my partner played. Joe d mean joji so anyway. Here's the thing. Yeah of course one of my talking to him about on the golf course food. That's right and how you can't eat any because you have packets of crap for the next week that too. But i was talking to him about our sandwich and i wanted i wanted. I wanted to go to one of the top professionals. Yeah in the world when it comes to food. And i want it because you and i have been bombarded on twitter. Sure by people say you can't do this. You can't do that. you can't put coleslaw and provolone together. You gotta do this. You got to do that to remind everybody. We're talking about our boomer and geo hero boomer and geo hero at the seville sandwich shop. That guy called upset. He's going to make a sandwich for us so on friday. We were talking about what that would be right now is going to like the guy owns french laundry and the sandwich shop with these two. Things are gonna work concert honestly. I hit a nerve with them. Because i could not believe how excited he was that i was talking to him about making something a sandwich. My partner he goes you guys talk lifestyle so we talk sandwiches. I mean that's right but it's been a big part of this show for a long time. Even with the other knucklehead that i worked with so anyway. Here's the deal. He's all in on everything that you said. Great is in on the garlic bread that loves the butter during the course he loves the roast beef. All right he likes it to be a little bit cooked. It's gotta be warm. Yeah and this is not like a philly cheese steak or roast beef. Roast beef has got a great taste to it. Loves the provolone cheese provolone cheese should just be more of a texture thing as opposed to a strong bearing you to overtake the sandwich..

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"david burke" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Boomer and geo former told me that we're getting pork chops deliver and hamburgers. And he said he even better news after that so. I can't imagine what could be better than that. So i've been waiting. I didn't even tell me in the break. He's been making me sweat it out. So what's going on so you know. I did play golf over the weekend. And i had the fortunate opportunity to play golf with a very well known highly regarded big time. I mean totally big time shift. Big time shake chef. I mean huge. I mean when i tell you that way nope guy feeding nope david burke nope this guy emerald agasi in the world of being a chef like a chef guy. David burke people know says people know who he is and guy fieri him to and he has to amazing restaurants scott conan. Now i don't know you may have eaten now. You have one of these restaurants. I am eaten at one of them. And i didn't know i knew i was playing with the but in life. What kind of guy you never know. What kind of guys talk now. A good one to know so. I play the guy by his name. is tom. keller thomas. Keller thomas keller so. He owns the french laundry out in napa valley. Oh fuse also owns per se here. Time warner center. Wow this is like a big time this place. you can't get a reservation for like seven years. I can because. I took a sixty bucks off the golf course. Usa not doing enough. Because of the way i played it was more because the way my partner played. Joe mean joji so anyway. Here's the thing. Yeah of course one of my talking to him about on the golf course food. That's right and how you can't eat any because you have packets of crap for the the week that that too. But i was talking to him about our sandwich. And i wanted i wanted. I wanted to go to one of the top professionals. Yeah in the world when it comes to food. And i want it because you and i have been bombarded on twitter. Sure by people say you can't do this. You can't do that. you can't put coleslaw and provolone together. You gotta do this. You got to do that to remind everybody. We're talking about our boomer and geo hero boomer and geo hero at the seville sandwich shop. That guy called upset. He's going to make a sandwich for us so on friday. We were talking about what that would be right now is going to gave like the guy owns french laundry and the sandwich shop with these two. Things are gonna work concert honestly. I hit a nerve with them. Because i could not believe how excited he was that i was talking to him about making something a sandwich partner he goes you guys talk lifestyle so we talk sandwiches. I mean that's right but it's been a big part of this show for a long time. Even with the other knucklehead that i worked with so anyway. Here's the deal. He's all in on everything that you said. Great is in on the garlic bread that loves the butter during the course he loves the roast beef. All right he likes it to be a little bit cooked. It's gotta be warm. And this is not like a philly cheese steak speak shore roast beef. Roast beef has got a great taste to it. Loves the provolone cheese provolone cheese should just be more of a texture thing as opposed to a strong overbearing as you want wanted to. Overtake the sandwich..

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"david burke" Discussed on Celtics Stuff Live

Celtics Stuff Live

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"david burke" Discussed on Celtics Stuff Live

"I really feel like that's the problem with having a young bench, especially later on. And that's the I understand. Why did Amy I understand why Danny didn't want to argue with throwaways pix you show up to 364 David Burke hands or you know, some of these guys crazy number of pics being offered now, maybe the value of or individual papers higher, but unfortunately that'll Boston's you know load of pics is gone. So what's the alternative you got a boost the stock of each of these players. You have to get its highest possible stock or Grant Williams Romeo and all these guys, you gotta try to make them players, you know, that's that's the only way to turn some of this back into something that makes sense. I mean, you got two guys to guard or you can do that. Maybe Grant Williams, you know, but I'm just not sure that you can do Thursday. But they got this trade player exception right traded player exception and that's really where the possibilities lie take on a little extra salary maybe more often you want and maybe even throw in a pack, you know that kind of a thing but something that doesn't necessarily cost you your assets players got value for the home team. Maybe they're on a short deal, you know, everybody wants to use that traded player exception to bring on another, you know Superstar type thing, but they just don't really have the money for that. Anyway long-term, you know that was going to be an issue with keeping Gordon as well. You know, fortunately we have Jalen and Jason locked up, you know, but we've got Walker on a pretty sizable contract. You don't think they were going to be issues if they re-signed Hayward with rounding out this bench, you know, you have four players and everybody else on their rookie deal. You weren't would have been too hard to keep smart might have pulled that off. That's it. You know Rob Williams doesn't stay any you know, Nesmith isn't going to end up staying in Prichard isn't going to end up staying you're going to have a revolving door of draft picks. And and one of them to have to be in your starting five most likely in that scenario. So I kind of think, you know, why not use that traded player exception and bring somebody in who can who can be a big impact who might be slightly overpaid. I just don't know who that is right now because going back to your point. I don't know how you I don't know how you feel. How you figure out what they need, you know and you almost just going to have to take if somebody comes available like that, or you can get them on a deal cuz they're slightly overpaid. You just got to take it and run with it, you know guys like Steve Adams, you know, Steven Adams come up all the time. And that even though he's got a lot to give right but his contracts pretty sizable, isn't it? Like off once it's pretty high. I don't think they would I don't think anybody it's probably above our trade-in player exception honestly, but just thinking like players like that who have a really high salary that especially if they're not performing this here. Maybe they just you know, their team isn't going to go to the postseason and you know and and their contracts coming up and then the boss wants to do more of a restart. Like I think that's where these Opera where the opportunities might be, but I haven't really done any research to figure out who fits that bill. Well, Aaron, Gordon doesn't honestly right so well, yeah, I mean, I think Aaron Gordon is more of the kind of Mark smartish kind of facilitator rebounder does the other things too, you know wouldn't play Central the issue is here in Georgia 25-26..

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"david burke" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"david burke" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"She finds that, like my last never should be mad anyway. Um, yeah. Why was only security to obesity is part of it, But I don't. I don't know why the travel because other travel internationally My Children have People travel of the over the world. Yeah, There is something that you said that 25% of dust are here. There were only 4% of the country. Um All right. Well, we'll help you find life, but my three month Thanks. Thanks for sharing your story. I didn't mean I'm Arthur. Um, It's interesting that I didn't read this part from the interview with Dr David Burke's by Margaret Brennan on a couple of things that he mentioned one the president took it much different tact than he did in private because he said his words he didn't want to alarm the American public. Which I guess is Noble. Although when you deal with the pandemic, you probably want to be a little bit alarmist because it does kill people. And the other thing is this president Former president now, Um this isn't in dispute, He pretty much didn't talk about the pandemic. At least a couple weeks. Maybe a month before the election is certainly didn't talk about it after as he was doing with all this Election hijinks that took place after November 3rd. It's an interesting time now because we are starting to hear from people that were involved These conversations another thing that I didn't read from Dr Deborah Burkes interview Margaret Brennan asked her how many people in the White House when you worked there warm ass not on camera, but when they were going to work when they're doing their daily jobs. And I've been in the White House. Hundreds of people work there. And her answer was two people. Others people that had close contact with the president and I had to do with Margaret earlier question about The president getting coffee. Is anybody surprised? Given the way he Understood the virus given the way he understood how we should react or respond to the virus, including the wearing of mass. We're not wearing that and push that agenda out. Making fun of people wearing masks. You made a comment about now. President Joe Biden. That's the biggest mask I've ever seen. What's the point of the conversation other than to Make fun of people wearing mess. Huh? And I said Before everyone's got their mind made up on mass. Nothing's going to change. Senate Doesn't matter. Governor doesn't MATTER. President Doesn't matter We weigh just lived through that. We make our own opinions based on apparently what elected leaders tell us That part not probably the best solution to pandemics. I understand that science has taken a beating. I understand it. During the Trump administration, federal agencies took a beating, including the CIA and FBI for a lot of different reasons. But does anybody think that's a good thing? New president or not. Is that a good thing that we have no trust now in government, and that's not a new phenomenon that's been Building up over decades or longer. Have no faith in our organization's federal. Otherwise, People don't trust banks now. We don't trust science. Which I don't know. It seems to me kind of important. Detail when we're dealing with a pandemic, which is essentially a virus that I'm pretty sure I don't know the Ins and outs. Viruses and how they work and how they transmits. I can read about. It certainly doesn't make me expert on it. Everybody seems to be an expert on mass wearing and Viruses and how we should do or not do things. It's not surprising. We're in a state that loves its freedoms. God bless everybody. But we're doing our own things You don't have to drive. Too far out of Milwaukee Toe. See bars and restaurants. It looked just like they did in January of 2020. I'm not kidding. We're not changing anything that I want to change anything or customers. Apparently more than happy to Risked their own lives or others lives. We got a panicked Senior population who have done everything right? Wore the mask did everything correctly. We just want to get their vaccine and now they can't get it. Cause we weren't ready for this. In the text line for 14. I mean, this is a great point. Who do we trust? You got to trust the truth, However, you can find it and you gotta you gotta do your home or you got to do your research. You got to get more than one opinion and watch more than one station or read more than one. Facebook post from people that agree with you. That's a start. Jim from economy walking the text line don't rewrite history. Trump said he didn't want to cause a panic. He said nothing about panic among people. I'm not sure what the point there is. He used didn't want to alarm people. Panicky fear to my opinion was a stock market crash. He didn't care about people. I don't want to. Put that on the under former president. I'm sure in his heart of hearts he cared about people. The bottom line here is we should be In a better place. Now that's how I started this conversation at the beginning of the hour. Less people should be dead from covert. If I see one more elected officials say, Well, you know People over 70. I actually heard a pastor in Wisconsin. Say these words. Somebody sent this to me. Well, we live our lives. God takes so she takes us But okay. Think about that for a second..

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"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"david burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"David Remnick. I'm talking today with Lawrence Wright, a longtime staff writer for The New Yorker, and his article. The play gear is an epic account of how the United States responded to the covert 19 pandemic. What extent was the federal response the United States by the book, as they say, and how much of it was ad libbed? Well, you know, when the Obama administration turned over documents to the incoming Trump administration, among them was the playbook for a pandemic, and it lays out very clearly. You know what should be done in the case of an outbreak like this, And you know federal plan, for instance, you know what would that look like? And a whole list of all the government agencies for brand new administration That's not used to the scope of the federal government. Who do you call? And what will they do for you? And the Trump Administration Just jettison that. And they created their own. They had a crimson contagion exercise. It went on for part of a year. And and the other is quite a lot about how would they behave in case of such a pandemic? And the answer was, it would be chaotic government agencies wouldn't know which one was in charge. There was not enough PPE on available, and all of the things that actually did happen were forecast in the Trump administration's Own exercise with a distracted by the impeachment drama early on in the in the in the pandemic. Yeah, I think they're you know, one could say that the president was distracted, but If you go back in January, when the impeachment trials began is, I think on January 23rd that the first mention of the Corona virus is uttered in the Congress. Mitch McConnell says that there'll be a briefing the next day about the new virus and about 20 senators showed up. And the public health authorities, including Redfield and Fauci were pretty casual about it. There were no you know, there was no incidents of transmission in the United States. So far, it always seemed to be over the horizon. Some people were where, you know, I mean, we, you know, we should point out that there were people that knew that this was going to be a real problem. One of the people that you describe in great detail and he's kind of a profile within Bigger story is a national security fish name met Pottenger, former journalist from the Wall Street Journal, whose specialty was China. And the portrait. You creative him that you painted him. Is, if somebody who knows damn well what's going on and who's trying his best, but his existing in a A E. I don't know what to call it. A White House fun house of is like it's like a bad dream. And he can't get anywhere, described his interactions with the president. Uh, well, you know, First of all, I have to say Matt is a former reporter. And it turns out that that Z really valuable background to have when you're you're not wed to any of these orthodoxies of public health. For instance, you you know, you're not. You're not stuck in some sort of policy world. You're just looking at the problem and you know when, when the outbreak first arose, he remembered his experience in China during the SARS outbreak. And so he started calling his sources in China and Hong Kong and Taiwan and speaking to some of the doctors it is spoken to before, and they gave him a totally different picture than the one the Chinese government was propagating and and he got really worried. And so he began what became the coronavirus task force. He's summoned people from different agencies. He's the deputy national security advisor, so they would they all have representatives, but it often bring in Cabinet members and try to spur them into taking this seriously. And ah, eventually. The first action that Drew Trump into it was that Matt believed that we had to stop flights from China. There were direct flights coming in every day, even from Wuhan. Directly into thousands and thousands of Chinese tourists and Americans who have been in China were coming into the United States every week, and it occurred to Matt We should stop this. And you know this is one of the things that public health people were resistant to, because the idea in public health had always been well, you need to be able to move doctors and equipment around. Probably the disease is already gotten here, so travel bans are ineffective. It stigmatizes the country where the diseases There were a lot of reasons but the other thing that weight against that was look, we're bringing in thousands of potentially infected people into our country and You know, we need to slow that. And Matt advocated very strongly for that. And then took that to the president, Hey, eventually had support from the public health people that Fauci and others Twos to stop Stop travel from China and done. Pottenger must have been incredibly frustrated by Trump's behavior overall, no Yeah, I think he talks it to me it at the end about leadership. And you know, he thinks that there are things that the president got right, like the travel ban that he seldom given credit for, and I think warp speed. On the other hand. Matt was the first person to wear a mask in the White House, and he said, it was like wearing a clown nose. People couldn't believe he was doing it. And the president said, Are you sick? And, you know, I just don't want to go down in the history books is the guy that knocked off the president with Covad. And you know he got he didn't I thought, you know, I'll give Master everybody in the National Security Council, but turned out the White House Didn't really have any mask s O. He, uh it was very difficult to find them at that point. So he put in a call to Taiwan and That Taiwan was at that point making 11 million mask every day for their 23 million citizens, and they donated several million mask and Matt appropriated some mass for the White House. Both Anthony Fauci and Deborah Burkes are portrayed in this piece. It's some length. Anthony Fauci is often portrayed in almost saintly terms. I mean, he's become a kind of cult figure, but his determinations were not always perfect. Um David Burke's reputation was much more mixed. And yet we get a picture of her. That's quite interesting. Here. How did you come away from your reporting? Analyzing Anthony Fauci and Burkes. You know, I admire them both. You know, I am Dr Fauci. You know, As you know, as you point out, has been kind of canonized. But he was also a representative of certain public health orthodoxies that he had to change and one thing that you know, this experiences taught us Science is a process of learning from your mistakes. It was hard for people like Dr Fauci to go back and undo ambivalence statements at the beginning of this outbreak and come down so firmly, for instance, on the subject of mass But that's what science is. Birth is interesting. Early on When I was doing my reporting, I was getting a lot of derogatory comments about her from people in public health, and part of it was they couldn't stand the fact that she seemed to be count telling to Donald Trump. Uh, And yet, you know, she was able to stay in the White House and be influential, uh, by at least, you know, accommodating what he said in public and then talking differently in private..

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A Mysterious Disease Is Killing Beech Trees

All Things Considered

03:25 min | 3 years ago

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

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