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Dallas Neighboring City Of Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief

Chris Krok

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Neighboring City Of Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief

"A city of four worth is named six finalists in its search for police chief. According to city manager David Cook, More than 50 people applied for the job chief had Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year. One of the finalists from within the department, Julie Swearingen, is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth PD. Another local candidate, is the chief of police for the Carrollton Police Department.

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Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas

Mark Levin

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas

"The city of Fort Worth his name six finalists and its search for a chief of police, according to city manager David Cook, More than 50 people had applied for that job. Chief Ed Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year. One of the finalists is from within the department. Julie Swearingen is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth Police Department.

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Dallas-Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief

Mark Levin

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas-Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief

"The city of Fort Worth Names six finalist in its search for police chief, according to city manager David Cook, more than 50 people apply for the job. One of the finalist is from within the department. Julie Swearingen is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth PD. Another local candidate, is the chief of police for the Carrollton Police Department. Derek Miller. Chief at Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year.

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"david cook" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Rushing to the president's defense after his rocky campaign remarks where he downplayed the risk of the corona virus calling it by a racist name telling supporters he asked to scale back testing what do you do testing to that extent you can find more people you can find more cases so I said to my people please White House trade adviser Peter Navarro suggested the president was joking A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott covert nineteen on the rise in the west and south in Florida importers governor does not want to issue a statewide mass requirements a local officials or taking the lead some of the biggest cities in the state like Miami fort Lauderdale and Orlando they'll have their own mass quarters as cases continue to rise we'll see if others follow suit ABC's Victor Oquendo in Miami policemen stood guard Germany say a drug check spark vandalism of storefronts and attacks on officers and police vehicles twenty four people were arrested nineteen police injured you're listening to ABC news this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now a shooting at a local park has taken the life of the main global police are investigating after shooting in park the ball the incident took place around eleven o'clock on Sunday morning on southern Avenue and hemlock street upon arrival officers found a man who had been shot the victim was taken to university hospital but was pronounced dead anyone with information is asked to call the police I'm Sarah leaves Elizabethtown police investigating after an incident involving a barricaded subject in the one hundred block of south miles Elizabethtown police saying in a Facebook post we are dealing with an incident on south miles street U. S. thirty one west between maple a miles is being shut down after several hours the standoff ended with Elizabethtown police said the suspect thirty five year old David cook cook remains in police custody after the standoff in Elizabethtown I'm rob carpenter.

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"david cook" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of corrections director Collette Peters to give a date on Oregon inmates with covert nineteen other plan to deal with it do I plan to early release adults in custody as a result of the cove in nineteen crisis the answer is no governor brown did not discuss specifics of the plan I have reviewed the plan with their director Peters they are working hard to make sure that our adults in custody and the staff remain safe last week governor brown said releasing inmates early should be done on a case by case basis and not release people for an indeterminate public health benefit that's eleven ninety K. E. exes Michael Desmond reporting the Oregon employment department has released unemployment numbers for March and they show what the jobs picture looked like before the corona virus shut down employment department economist David cook says the unemployment rate was at three point three percent the lowest on record one thing to keep in mind March's unemployment rate does not include people who got laid off toward the middle and the end of March because it only includes people on a plate for the whole week that includes them March twelfth in the three weeks since the stay at home order was issued two hundred seventy thousand people filed unemployment claims in the state that started with hotel and restaurant workers but it's now expanding into other sectors as more layoffs and furloughs continue the April unemployment numbers will be released may nineteenth an investigation is underway into a head on crash this morning on highway two seventy north bound near the sunset highway a car that was traveling the wrong direction on highway two seventeen south in a pick up at least three people were injured police are investigating why the driver of the car was going the wrong way on the freeway that's a look at the latest news I'm John Jeffries newsradio eleven ninety K. E. acts the point is to tell the truth about race the funny brutal surprising truth we explore how race affects everything from politics to pop culture to sports and his St.

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"david cook" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three FM where news and entertainment hang out in chat show afternoon well we've got some nobody is going on at the Arizona state capital that's right Arizona representative David cook he wrote a law to keep the tax man off the back of his alleged girlfriend who's a female lobbyist she is we have also talked about Michelle you Jeanty Rita who is being accused allegedly don't roll your eyes at me settle down sexual harassment so thank you and then they dug in and they said no that's not I mean you know so we had been Jeremy Roenick you've been stoked broke we wanted to know like what really happens down the Arizona state legislature so we called our friend former Arizona governor Jan brewer you know she served in the Arizona house of representatives he served in the Arizona state Senate from nineteen eighty three to nineteen ninety six I mean that the other doing body shots down there all that kind of stuff fun stuff so here was our interaction with the former Arizona governor Jan brewer about this thank take a listen governor you know we have to talk about this ride what yeah yeah to talk about some of the current state of the Arizona state capital they're not we got to talk about state senator Michelle you Jeanty Rita I'm a big fan she she was doing body shots governors your body shot is I did.

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"david cook" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the best but not a not a holiday and then so I did I tried to do the packing as I expected getting hammered on social media he would be company tweet saying thank you for that hip stretch demonstration using zero percent hip it's called the hip web were you just all upper body yeah yeah and it's it's not something if you're not used to it you're not going to be good there's a lot there's a lot of comments coming through a lot of funny ones complimenting my posture at least though really good good posture I think anybody there who critiques you should automatically Pakistan back their version and show us listen I think that you sent it with the promise or the understanding that you're not good at it so you need to be better than this yes that's what you're trying to do you set the bar and a low level not people need to hop over yeah David cook says that was definitely not with that process dak Prescott did or died well that's what you want to act to do tonight if he does some of that crap that you just did bears win by twenty yeah Smokey says you look like monkey yes smoky you want to say smoking okay Smokey says you look like you're trying to keep food away from while which I am yeah and that's every day yeah there's usually a barrier that's built its touch your hip movement so we're gonna do the Jack in the five o'clock hour will fill that out one hundred dollar gift card on the line from Twin Peaks all right we'll check in with a man who watches more football live than any person on earth he's at Soldier Field as well yeah and then we'll also hear from the get up crew who gave you a shocking opinion today I'm the bears this offseason what what that next waddle in cell B. live a Twin Peaks in Warrenville on ESPN one thousand find.

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"david cook" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Job assistant city manager J. chopper said the groups will be made up of the city manager's office other employees include police officers and a panel of community members we put together what we think is a fair process based on input from the groups city manager David cook will make the final decision fort worth mayor Betsy price still WFAA TV that the process will take awhile speaking of police oversight family members of a woman who died in Dallas police custody in twenty eighteen demanded justice at the city's police oversight committee board meeting last night diamond Ross's family says Ross would have still been alive if police would have given her the water and help that she asks for Dominique Alexander next generation action network also spoke about the department's insensitive actions to release videos of Ross before she died without showing the family first to relive that died in Dallas zoo was treated much better than dom Ross let me say that next generation actually know where will not stop and so that all the Sir resigns to this well worked speaks oversight board chairman gave his condolences to the family and said they will weigh what they can do to fix the problems for you know this really cold weather can break water pipes and apparently that's what happened in the Kaufman I. S. D. it's causing some problems the district says this morning buses and the start of classes at all campuses will be delayed by two hours as crews are trying to trying to fix a water main break officials say they're monitoring the situation and we'll continue to update the community and that will bring.

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Airbnb making policy changes after shooting

America in the Morning

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Airbnb making policy changes after shooting

"Airbnb says it's making some policy changes in reaction to a mass shooting in northern California at hall on Halloween at one of its rentals but corresponded your group says it's not clear the changes will stop similar tragedies from happening in the future it happened Thursday night at a Halloween party in Orinda just north of Oakland the chaotic scene is a very complex investigation or into police chief David cook says Thursday night as the party advertised on social media as an error being bi mansion party was getting under way the gunmen or gunmen walked in and opened fire five people were killed several more wounded the the the houses rented by people who are not from around the Airbnb has rules as does the city over into about short term rentals no one of which says are in the city manager Steve Solomon states that there will be no more than thirteen people at the at the rental police and witnesses say there were around one hundred at the party Airbnb co founder Brian Chesky posted after the shooting that the company is making some changes one he says is an all out ban what he calls party houses also a greater effort to combat on authorized parties get rid of abusive host and guest conduct an expanding manual screening of high risk reservations flag by the company's risk detection technology the city or Linda tomorrow night we'll take up the issue of short term rentals and it's a city council meeting mayor into Miller there are there is the potential that there have been complaints made about a house one or more in the city of Aranda and we'll be discussing that the question is what the policy changes coming from Airbnb and any changes to the ordinance governing short term rentals from the city can something like what happened Thursday actually be avoided the city manager Steve Solomon not altogether there are gonna be folks that don't follow the rules said some fortunately the way the world works Chesky also posted that what happened on Halloween this quote unacceptable and quote and that his company needs to do better and it will the question is what will better look like

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4 killed in Halloween party shooting in California

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

4 killed in Halloween party shooting in California

"A manhunt under way in northern California where four people were fatally shot and others wanted a crowded Halloween party held at an air B. and B. or into police chief David cook says there is no ongoing threat to the public Iverson ABC

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"david cook" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Is a lifestyle. It's a way of being where your personal struggles that we have is a daily. Perhaps an episode situation. When something is an episode we have a choice how going to look at it but if the foundation for our life is gratitude gratitude. We have breath to breathe. We have food clothing shelter. That is a place of having that gratitude everything we do as opposed to random life events happening and we have a choice of what do we do with that. Yes i think what happens is that we make the permanent things where we make the temporary things permanent. Yes three details when we do that. It messed with our foundation in my field. We have what's called. Emotional forecasting basically says when you take a snapshot of your life right this second one things seem dire when they seemed so overwhelming and the new forecast into the future. This is how my life is always gonna be. This is the despair. I'm going to feel and unfortunately when we do that. We don't come from a place just like you said of overcoming adversity that place of power we come from a place of this is my life so my thoughts are are perhaps data data victim and once again i'm not minimizing anyone struggle but a victim victim like mentality and the next thought builds off of that and the next thought builds off of that so it becomes a foundation of i can't can't do anything so when we do that emotional forecasting when it's using an unhealthy way that is unfortunately what we will become because whatever what man thinks is what he will become absolutely and talked about growing up in the projects and all that kind of stuff but we never i never had poor or or insufficient dreams. My dreams are always full and they were always for the best and i think that there's nothing wrong with with desiring the best for your life you know and and there's and you might not always attain that may or may not always get that but along the way you're gonna grow in along the way you're gonna get something has and so that's the other thing that i think has been pretty important. Especially for me is <hes> wanting to always get the best the best that that they have to offer as best at that situation has to offer for me <hes> and not settling for anything other than that because because for me anyway if i do that then i feel like i've cheated myself some and there's nothing wrong with that type of self care. I think there is a certain time hi to be selfish. <hes> that makes sense just so that you can give to others because you need to have something to give yes yes. I think there's nothing worse than us not taking self care and when we don't know for me if i do all these things and then the next thing i know i'm like does crabby mean person and i'm like go. James are the self-help person in new york. You can't even to yourself whatever it may be but i think i think you're absolutely right but i really liked that. You come from a place of asking asking yourself. These are my words not yours. What am i learning about myself in this situation right now when you when you have that mentality you can be incredibly proud of yourself that i've overcome. We're come something. I didn't realize that i've already passed that test them in the past and now i'm continuously doing doing really well net or you can remind yourself okay. We'll dame's for example your your uh. <hes> lohan patients today. Patience is something you get to practice doesn't mean even necessarily want it but you get to practice so in that moment every opportunity whether we want to or not is a beautiful time a wonderful time. Choose have the self development and growth just simply by saying. What am i learning about myself right this second yep for me. It's <hes> three. I call it. The three rs reflect regrouping relaunch. I do on a regular basis. I'd like to see where i am. What is it that i did that was good in that situation. That wasn't good situation death. Get yourself back together in novelist relaunch back out into the marketplace so to speak and i do that on on a regular basis. That's amazing wonderful tip for all of us switching gears to your book getting undressed from paralysis to purpose. What do you want the biggest takeaway for all your readers to have. I think the biggest takeaway is that <hes> getting undressed is something that we all do and the most important aspect are the clothes that you're that you're putting on because it's an indication of where you're heading your identity your identity you know the the things that we took off last night we that was yesterday and and we're going to put on something today. That's gonna be an indication of where we're going and that regardless of the situation situation. You're in <hes> as long as you're breathing. There's a possibility that it could get better that there's hope for you and i want people when they read michael edit and have an audience in mind when i wrote the book that i had a purpose i had a purpose in mind and the purpose was that the reader would find the inspiration asian and encouragement to move forward from a difficult place to a better place ness as something a stumbling boxers a stepping-stone absolutely and that's really the <music> awesome it <hes> desire i have for the beautiful just even thinking about the whole concept of getting undressed and redressing oneself to piggyback off of what you said <hes> those labels that we have for herself and sometimes events we automatically assume is who we are. You went through a divorce. You're divorced with your bankruptcy or bankruptcy or bankrupt person. You are mark <hes>. You're a heartbroken person. Whatever it is we create these labels and then the label or from that events and then all of a sudden we become but your your book itself from the the way. I understood that getting undressed. Is you decide who you're going to be does. Does this situation. Tell you're going to tell you who you're going to be. Were you determine here going to be based off of how you present yourself not only to yourself in the mirror present yourself to the world around you absolutely and there's vulnerability some vulnerability with since yes there s the one last thing on the title of the book. It's interesting because i had to teach myself how to get undressed. When i was in the rehabilitation nations that you have to relearn everything once you germs your lose lose the use of your legs and so they taught me we have. I remember it being taught how to get dressed and that was like one of the greatest days in the rehab center for me because i was about independence about moving forward where that evening there was an emergency in the in the rehab center in no one came to help me get undressed and i either was going to sleep in my chair or is going to figure out a way to get undressed and and get in bed and have a good night's rest was struggle. It was a struggle but i figured it out and that's where the title of getting undressed came from because that to me was a pivotal point that led to my independence and gave me confidence that i could do now what i needed to move forward. Wow thank you so much for sharing that. What a beautiful example of tenacity but your determination and just a lesson for each one of us understand that we have a choice. Do we wait for someone or do we do it on our own and that is an amazing powerful lesson. I think you can teach us. Thank you james yeah my pleasure. It has been a fantastic time talking to these today but if my listeners like to find for more information about you to purchase your book getting undressed from promises to purpose where they find all this information online okay <hes> the book is available on amazon and also from my website. David cook's speaks dot com and then i'm also on social media twitter <hes> among link dan and also also on instagram excellent also. I think i have a facebook page wonderful well. It's definitely have all that information.

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"david cook" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

10:36 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"David reviews his book getting undressed from paralysis to purpose does scherzer's personal journey of how discovered purpose in the midst of personal tragedy he he realized that particular break from his own problems for the benefit of helping others with their problems he could purpose into action. He teaches. You do not have to experience a tragedy in your own life to make a change change personal transformation. Welcome to my david thank you. It's great to be here. Yes i'm really looking forward to this. Your story is incredibly inspirational. I know you have so much involved with alison awesome. Thank you once again now when you were a teenager. Your life totally changed what happened. Absolutely i was fifteen year old sophomore in high school and <hes> one week before basketball tryouts. I had gotten a clean bill of health in our ready to go and try out and one of my goals was always to make our high school basketball team. One of my goals and i do that freshman year so i was disappointed about that. I spent that whole next year working as hard as i could get myself ready putting putting in the work just just doing things that were gonna put me in a better position <hes> well on october nineteenth nineteen seventy nine. It was a friday. I went to school that day. We had exam zam so we had a short day afterwards. We played basketball. My back was bothering me just a little bit nothing crazy. I thought maybe i slept funny or something like that. <hes> <hes> and as the day progressed. I wasn't quite myself. I played that day with the guys but i didn't have quite lifted that. I normally would have sir. I went home home and away down for a while and you know back in the day robitussin and land down that was a cure for everything and so the heck lay lay down and i get up i woke up and <hes> i literally just about collapsed onto the floor my gosh and so i grabbed grabbed a table. I called my parents and clearly they came running in and from there we went to the hospital which thanks that he was across the street and we went to the emergency room about five hours later for them to run some tests and a blood vessel had erupted on my spinal cord omega so spinal spinal aneurysm which is pretty rare and <hes> we did some quick exploratory surgery but there was nothing they could do at that point and so in less than a thirty six hour period you know when i went from walking to eighty six wow. I can't imagine what that was like. It doesn't matter what age you are to go from to have well for one you had these hopes hopes and dreams of you're gonna make the basketball team. That was your mission in a time and then all of a sudden to have this quote random event happened literally change your life. I can't even imagine what that was like feel. How did you come to terms with it or come to grips with it because i don't know how that minimizes your experience but what was. What was it like for you well. You know it's interesting. I i credit my parents awful lot because we grew up and i think i think we were poor but i'm not really sure as an amazing that's wonderful life france and and so one of the things they always taught us was about being thankful for the things that we did have it. We never talked about the things we didn't have and so. There were things that were put into me as a child but i didn't know any better when this happened but then to move forward you know that was that was my gold at the time <hes> i oh i didn't know the severity of it. I didn't understand the complexity of it but i knew that i needed to move forward and my goal is to get back to school now all circa. I'm thinking i'm going to be okay. You gonna be okay because you've never experienced that before. Obviously it's like being sick and all of a sudden. You'll be absolutely because you haven't experienced anything like that like i said i had a clean bill health a week prior and so <hes> i am really grateful just ahead some great friends and family and you know faith faith cakes in really helped me to move forward and for me. I didn't know any better might my parents always taught us when other thing and he said they they taught us that there are two types of people those that complain about getting wet or those who get an umbrella. I told us the importance of having having an umbrella in life because there's going to be some rain. There's gonna be some difficulty in what you wanna. Do is try to protect yourself to be as dry as you can. Yes which is a proactive and anticipatory is proactive and so again that was my mindset and with with with that as my foundation i begin to move forward looking for the things that i could do and sue <hes> whatever the therapists were asking me to do. I wanted to do those to the best of my ability because my goal was to to move forward and get out of rehab as quickly as possible. Get back to school and kind of get get going again and that's that's an amazing thing that your parents were able to instill still that way comes from a place of power or place of victimhood and of course. I don't minimize anyone's struggle because there's a proper time for grieving but there there comes a time of what do you do with the situation at hand. I recently just did a show which talked about radical acceptance. It's a fancy term in my field which basically says you accept the facts as they are. Dr doesn't mean you agree with. It doesn't mean you like it as to put someone off the hook or get someone off. The hook simply is it. These are the facts. What do you do with your life to move forward and not sounds like that was an amazing thing that your parents parents were able to teach you and that's why successful amazing person that you are because you can use that as a platform to help people to find your purpose in that absolutely i <unk> i. I never denied existent what happened but i never gave it the right to ruin my life. I was i had the i had the power to deal with the adversity to to minimize to minimize its power in my life. You know i i overcome. I like overcoming. I don't like i don't like surviving and so hello to overcome is the surrender something powerless and adversity comes to all of us and i find adversity is an unforeseen situation that has has the potential the potential to leave negative lasting impact and how you deal with that determines the impact that it has in so for me how i saw this was this was not that great thing especially after seeing others in the rehabilitation center who situations were much worse than mine much worse than i could have ever imagined. I never knew that people were in such dire physical situations and that changed my perspective immediately. I was like you know something and i'm not so bad. I think i can do this in sometime. It helps yeah definitely give you perspective. What was a pivotal moment for you when you found your own purpose because that's one thing you teach is is to help others helps you with your purpose. What was the defining moment for you. Well i think over time high. I learned about my purpose. <hes> as i was coaching basketball all in dealing with using teaching in high school i began to understand that there was a gift ahead to connect with people and that and that they were inspired. I didn't know that they they were inspired by what i was doing. What i was saying until years later and they come back and they share these things with you and i began to understand of the joy that i would get from hearing stories of how my life helped people to achieve things and that's when i begin to say i believe that might gifting are part of my purpose and then my purpose shouldn't be something that i have to kinda discover outside of who i am if that makes sense. It's an intrinsic gift so in other words. You don't have to work at it. You don't have to practice it and so when you do that it just comes out effortlessly comes naturally absolutely maybe that's a great way of saying it and so clearly i've worked on on worked on it once i figured out that's what it was to try to affect it but <hes> that gift of being able to connect with people and to share things that <hes> other people can say with may not necessarily have the same impact. That's begin to understand that i'm really here to help others through my life and with the things that i say and do and i think what you do a fantastic job a little bit of time that you and i have discussed is there's a joy about you. There's this this element of self assurance. You're relaxed within yourself and there's a joy of hope. Maybe that's from looking for. There's a hopeful air about you. Which i think is an amazing thing regardless of what you've experienced. You're able to instill that opened other people so i think that's a beautiful gift able to give 'em and the other element is you don't do this to get any credit you do this once again and so hope and people and i think that's why you can relate so well people because as we all know there's people who perhaps get on stage and they're looking for attention. They're looking for all those different types of things but your story is is. You and you are working through that not only in your own life every day. It's a new struggle new journey by you. Have that hope that you can sell other people so i just wanted to let you know that that's what i see in you so far well the issue mentioned struggle because because i i wanna make it really clear to people walking is walking is much better. Let's just put that out and and and so there are days in there are moments when i struggled when i don't feel like doing this and i don't feel like getting in and out of a car that day doing the things i have to do. I was recently on a trip <hes> in north carolina and i had some health issues that were very difficult but thankfully there was someone there that i could get some help with <hes> and so the in the midst of all of that they're still is room to be thankful. I might not be thankful for everything that has happened to me but i can be thankful in everything so there's a place for gratitude because it could have been worse i could have been by myself not had helping those types of things and so as as you said the absent hope leads people to despair and and i just believe in hope and i believe that there is a positive outcome on the other other side of your of your struggle because victory is a great thing to have and you learn so many anything in the process in sometime. It is uncomfortable at some time. It is hard so i just i just wanted to make that clear that the struggle does continue. I mean it's been forty forty years now and every day. I have to have a new resolve each day to make this day the best they can be because you know what i mean and not get more than today exactly. That's a beautiful beautiful sentiment. You know it also makes me think of the difference. Between gratitude is.

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"david cook" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"With james fill out that form to get started today focusing on gratitude. We all like to receive compliments when someone says to be done a really good job or we look really nice. Today we feel really good and many times it can change your outlook on the day or perhaps even that moment what happened well. Somebody pointed something out to you that they really liked about you. They focus on something. That was important to them. I am in positive psychology. We teach that you focus on the things that are going well in your life that is really all you'll see if we continually talk about our problems are focusing everything everything. We don't have not really all you're going to see around you. When you were a child and people in your life would encourage you those words that they said really helped you set the tone own for what your future looks like and gave you the confidence the encouragements the discipline to push forward in your life and so when you would hear those things it became truth for you. It became your reality. I can't do this with hard work and dedication. I can overcome this obstacle. Those words that were spoken over you helped you focus and become the person today. It's the same concept with gratitude. Gratitude is the perception or what we look at our how we see the world to determine how we interact with the world all around us. If i'm continually focusing on what i don't have i'm not grateful for the things i do have when we come from a place of gratitude and joy that we have of what we have it starts to change our world and what's really important to us. It comes from a place of surplus in other words. It comes from a place of meeting. All of your needs instead of coming from a place of a deficit. I don't have this amount of money. I don't have this car. I don't have a spouse. I don't have the job that i want all of those thoughts it creates a negative could have environment for us. Remember in psychology. We teach that whatever you perceive to be true now the bridge your beliefs determines what you feel what you feel determines what you do so so if my thoughts are always on. I don't have this or i don't have enough of this enough of that that creates emotions of frustration of inferiority affiliate lack of feeling worthless and our body acts that out so switching perception to gratitude. I perceive what i do have. I'm grateful for that is that that that engenders emotions of joy emotions of satisfaction of contentment of peace which then our body aligns with that other through the chemicals in our brain in order movement of our body. We do ourselves a disservice when we come from a place of lack because unfortunately it physically causes our body to break down so coming from a place of.

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The mysterious family behind In-N-Out has donated more than $15,000 to Trump and the GOP since 2016

Chad Benson

02:28 min | 3 years ago

The mysterious family behind In-N-Out has donated more than $15,000 to Trump and the GOP since 2016

"Business insider is reporting that in and outs chief operating officer mark Taylor's wife Tracey Taylor the half sister of the change owner president have donated fifteen thousand dollars to president trump and the national Republican Party now they've given money to Democrats to the company there's a lot of different things but it is very interesting because we live in this weird world now where if you have a different ideology right so if you believe something other than what this person believes over here on this side of the aisle that we have to boycott whatever it is that you do right so you over there you right there you believe that you know in the second amendment and you believe in you know life you believe in that you you know you believe marriage and Amanda what whatever it is and you donated you pay the price for now they tried to do something boycott is stored in and out a few months ago in California and they were laughed at like shot nobody's gonna do people left like this is stupid but trump now and it's like with what's his name you know Sean Spicer dancing with the stars people are past let's boycott dancing with the stars right I got a boycott this we're gonna boycott that are they going to do it I don't know I mean it's in this day and age it's crazy I mean do you if you're a corporation you just say screw it like I'm not given money to anybody period ever again right because even if you go are look here's the deal I got a half million dollars recorders we could donate to fifty to one side you fifty other leave us alone because they're gonna come back it because that's what they do somebody earlier says well courtly David coke at the evils that powers that be and stuff unlike before you guys go get on the coke brothers and David cook who passed away I'm gonna touch on that in a minute last week just remember that corporations and individuals have money to spend and according favor but somebody is selling them that right if there's nothing to buy I eat power and influence then their money will stay in their pockets you know it nine we'll sell that power people sell that influence it is available readily right off the rack if you have enough

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"david cook" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Guy with all the gray hair maybe does this Taylor Hicks the soul patrol hell yeah John likes David cook doesn't have gray hair he's got no hair right and he's also good friends with Charlie Belcher I think yes that is those of those either true statements that you're making so this Adam Lambert cat you want American idol yes yes I think it was a runner up maybe you want I'm trying to get all this information locked out for you so when it comes to bands that have a legacy legacy queen has a legacy that the legendary band right well yeah I mean I guess yes yes I would say so there are a legendary band it by the way I Adam Lambert was the runner up and it was Chris Allen that he faced off against and lost to so I felt the same way looking at these these of concert videos that people are posting last night as I did when the band in excess had a had a game show on TV like a reality show to try to replace their dead lead singer Michael Hutchence it seems to me to be crabbing on a legacy but the other side of it is you've got a group of musicians Brian may and others in queen Andrew Ferris and others and now in excess who have every right to go on living their life and to try to make an income from the band that they were part of I'm not trying to troll because this is all this is just a smidge report before my time but in excess they're on the same level as queen because I know a lot of queen songs are just you know their anthems I know a lot of excess arms to wipe your they night never tears apart what okay never tears apart yeah as a go I was standing in you with that too well it's killer headed in there it could now will tell us apart anyway what about the other we are there okay I mean is on a higher level than an ex if you what whatever you're ready I've got a little Adam Lambert with queen over here whenever you're right away sold out show last night able loved it I felt like I should have been there me too I felt like I was there people loved it and I'll tell you my fiance's parents went and saw them in Dallas a couple weeks ago and couldn't let not even after the biggest queen fans said it was one of the best concerts ever said that that Adam Lambert just rocked the house so maybe we're missing something probably because I didn't I didn't see it why can't Adam Lambert just be a fabulous front man that we must see white isn't it possible that he's better than Freddie Mercury better better than friendly is well I'm I'm gonna say it I don't know it maybe some people would say this is a good thing so that it does not karaoke like but when I hear him I hear like a pop star wannabe pop star guy trying to find his way in queen like I just don't feel that even gels properly well with queen you know what I would say according to all the sold out audiences John you're wrong okay I think the people feel like he gels just fine people do seem to love it our own LED queen brit so much not only went last night she's furious with us right now do you have an issue without flamboyant he is you know is if you know what he does behind closed doors we don't know what excuse me more reason to love him but I do know about things he does my close doors and I love him on American idol I supported him probably wanted him to win over Chris Allen yeah but just placing him with a band like this it just I'm surprised that many people are behind it me too especially with such a rugged heterosexual like Freddie Mercury fronting the band before him this working before the movie came out or was that did the movie you've got mail there right and this might as well be the live action bohemian Rhapsody road show because that's what people are going rami Malek might as well come out and that's what people are pretending now bridge so much said let the record show the even said they were gonna be singing queen songs with friends they're not trying to be Freddie mercury's queen right which is all well and good just seems can I play a little bit of them and be like maybe if we hear his voice like every three does a great job like I'm not gonna listen with an open mind about a love it.

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"david cook" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up to ten years in prison. David Cook is the top prosecutor in Macon Georgia about eighty miles southeast of Atlanta, and he joins us to explain why he won't bring charges onto this law. Welcome, thanks. I'm glad to be here. I want to begin by saying that the Georgia law as well as those in other states. These laws are all on hold while they're being challenged in court. So is your statement that you're not going to bring prosecutions purely hypothetical for now? I responded to questions about it that were asked by local media, and by my constituents they wanted to know what was going to happen. Once this law came into effect. So I just went straight to it. I looked at it and I said this law is unconstitutional, and I'm not going to enforce it unconstitutional because of the supreme court decision Roe versus Wade. Many opponents of abortion are hoping that the supreme court will strike down the road versus Wade decision. Would that change your calculus? Right now. I'm looking that this violates the supreme law of the land, so based on that I'm saying what my oath requires me to do. Now, if the law changes, then maybe I'll need to do something else. I just wanna be clear when you say unconstitutional argued strictly referring to the Roe versus Wade supreme court decision. Or is there some thing else in the constitution that you think makes this law illegitimate, regardless what the supreme court might say, I think that Roe versus Wade as based on Griswold versus Connecticut recognizes the right to privacy. And so based on that this laws unconstitutional, if the supreme court strikes down Roe versus Wade, it's still on tiredly clear to me, whether you would then comply with this state laws, written. I think if Roe versus Wade is overturned struck down. Then the consequences are going to be far greater than just abortion. Now, if someone performs an abortion and that causes a woman. To die or does something terrible. And this is the law that I have to work with to hold them accountable, then, of course, I would need to do something in that circumstance and prosecute them, not only for violating the law, but really something, this immoral and wrong in that they were careless and killed a woman, so there are complicated situations that are gonna come out of this. If Roe versus Wade is overturned the Georgia law includes only limited exceptions for rape, or incest. You worked as a prosecutor in Georgia sex crimes unit. Did that experience interacting with victims of rape incest, affect your view here? Well, let me just say that I've spent my entire career protecting women and children and doing everything I can to get Justice for them, and I'm not about to abandon them now. And that helped inform my decision to I need to say as the low is written right now. It says that there are exceptions for Raper incest, but it requires a police report to be filed. Now, we know that's not how that works that most victims of rape, or incest, or other types of sexual assault. Never report their crimes, and those that do report them report. It years or months later is not like they're going to do that immediately. That's just not what the data and our experience shows, what about the prosecutors who think your decision not to prosecute under. This is inappropriate call for a prosecutor to make. I think they disagree on my analysis, but I don't think they can legitimately say that it's not my call to make when you're the district attorney the buck stops with you, you decide where to concentrate your prosecutorial resources. I prefer to use those resources to go after the people who threaten our families the most rapists, and murderers and gang members, and people who distabilise our society that is what I prefer to do. David Cook district attorney in Macon, Georgia. Thank you very much for talking with us today. Glad to. Great. It's hard to resist an underdog story. And this weekend's tale from Madison Square Garden in New York City is epic boxer, Anthony Joshua stepped into the ring heavyweight champion of the world there. He found Andy Ruiz junior relatively unknown. Mexican American fighter knows supposed to be an easy win for Joshua a huge star in the UK looking for his first win in America. Here's how sports channel does own called the way in the day before about..

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"david cook" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Ari Shapiro as more states passed laws outlawing nearly all abortions. Some prosecutors are saying they will not enforce these laws. Georgia's new law bans, most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. The penalty could be up to ten years in prison. David Cook is the top prosecutor in Macon Georgia about eighty miles southeast of Atlanta, and he joins us to explain why he won't bring charges under this law. Welcome, thanks. I'm glad to be here. I want to begin by saying that the Georgia law as well as those in other states. These laws are all on hold while they're being challenged in court. So is your statement that you're not going to bring prosecutions purely hypothetical for now? I responded to questions about it that were asked by local media, and by my constituents, they wanted to know what was going to happen, once this law came into effect, so I just went straight to it. I looked at it and I said this law is unconstitutional. I'm not going to enforce it unconstitutional because of the supreme court decision in Roe versus Wade, many opponents of abortion are hoping that the supreme court will strike down the road versus Wade decision. Would that change your calculus? Right now. I'm looking at this violates the supreme law of the land, so based on that I'm saying what my oath requires me to do. Now, if the law changes, then maybe I'll need to do something else. I just want to be clear when you say unconstitutional, are you strictly referring to the Roe versus Wade supreme court decision? Or is there some thing else in the constitution that you think makes this law illegitimate, regardless what the supreme court might say, I think that Roe versus Wade as based on Griswold versus Connecticut recognizes the right to privacy. And so based on that this lowest unconstitutional, if the supreme court strikes down Roe versus Wade, I it's still on totally clear to me, whether you would then comply with this state laws, written. I think if Roe versus Wade is overturned or struck down, then the consequences are going to be far greater than just abortion. Now, if someone performs an abortion and that causes a woman. To die or does something terrible. And this is the law that I have to work with to hold them accountable, then, of course, I would need to do something in that circumstance and prosecute them, not only for violating the law, but really something, this immoral and wrong in that they were careless and killed a woman, so there are complicated situations that are gonna come out of this. If Roe versus Wade is overturned the Georgia law includes only limited exceptions for rape, or incest. You worked as a prosecutor in Georgia's sex crimes unit. Did that experience interacting with victims of rape incest, affect your view here? Well, let me just say that I've spent my entire career protecting women and children and doing everything I can to get Justice for them, and I'm not about to abandon them now. And that helped inform my decision to I need to say as the law is written right now. It says that there are exceptions for rape, incest, but it requires a police report to be filed. Now, we know that's not how that works that most victims of rape, or incest, or other types of sexual assault. Never report their crimes, and those that do report them report. It years or months later, it's not like they're going to do that immediately. That's just not what the data and our experience shows, what about the prosecutors who think your decision not to prosecute under. This is an inappropriate call for a prosecutor to make. I think they disagree on my analysis, but I don't think they can legitimately say that it's not my call to make when you're the district attorney the buck stops with you, you decide where to concentrate your prosecutorial resources. I prefer to use those resources to go after the people who threaten our families the most a rapist and murderers and gang members and people who distabilise, our society that is what I prefer to do. David Cook district attorney in Macon, Georgia. Thank you very much for talking with us today. Glad to his great. It's hard to resist an underdog story. And this weekend's tale from Madison Square Garden in New York City is epic boxer, Anthony Joshua stepped into the ring heavyweight champion of the world there. He found Andy Ruiz junior, a relatively unknown Mexican American fighter now, it was supposed to be an easy win for Joshua huge star in the UK looking for his first win in America. Here's how sports channel does own called the way in the day before the bell..

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"david cook" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Pelosi says nothing is off the table including potential impeachment proceedings against President Trump following special counsel, Robert Muller's first public remarks yesterday about the Russia probe. Two weeks of bad weather. Rain tornadoes floods has made life challenging for millions of Americans, especially in the central states. Patrick, Marsha warning coordination meteorologist for the national weather service. And he tells us it's going to continue to thunderstorms that we're seeing right now are the kinds of you have to really take seriously. There's large hail. There's tornadoes. They're strong, damaging winds, and the pattern is going to continue making Georgia. Chief prosecutor David Cook says he'll never enforce Georgia's new fetal heartbeat abortion law because it's unconstitutional cook ads. He thinks the law, quote, targets women and girls at sightseeing boat involved in a collision on the Danube river in Budapest that killed at least seven South Korean tourists is said to have turned on its side, going down and seven seconds. Twenty one people still missing stock. You're showing moderate gains. I'm mike. Scout. Under-age smoking vaping is a serious problem. One way to combat it as the legal age to purchase from eighteen to twenty one about eighty percent of high school, students turn eighteen before graduating, if they can legally by tobacco they can share with underage classmates raising the purchase age to twenty one reduces underage access. That's why jewel lab supports making twenty one plus the law nationwide. Learn more at Joel dot com slash t twenty one to elapse adult smokers only paid for by Joel labs. If you have hard water, the limescale not only leaves white spots, it clogs pipes and breaks down appliances, costing you hundreds of dollars in energy and wear. Eliminate.

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"david cook" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So they're even catering to ally making note or no, hey, they there was even quote like, maybe we have the Green Bay model where we have far for a few years and then Aaron Rodgers behind him and Daniel Jones has never been compared to Iraj IRS ever. And he li- manning is all their ages certainly not Brett farve in his older age. Let me ask you this. This is part of what gets your quarterback drafted. You saw what cut cliff said, right? Daniel Jones embraces something we believe in real swag is no sweat. Yeah. Get out of here. You know? What? That is. Right. That's white guys. Yeah. Yeah. Also prep week for the university. Miami repurpose, you know, that right? That's exactly what they said around. And you know, what it worked because Mark richt where was Rick swag because he was practicing. No swag. Seven. What if everyone's black? Wow. A better place. David Cook lift Amigas doesn't look like a quarterback expert. Like if I were to say someone that I want to teach me how to be a quarterback. I'd guys to deliver. Whatever it's not David cut cliff. It doesn't look like I go to him to maybe do my taxes or like get around something. He looks like he may help me get around yet. A Muffin recipe, maybe a recipe for good. Blueberry Muffin looks like a Denny's manager to me he looks like the guy. Maybe the counts the collections at the end of church service like in the back room. Is he one of the ushers then collect accounting the money after walking around with a basket or just the guy in the back who handles the money he used to be, but he's moved up the chain of command..

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"david cook" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That you. Yes, you think almond milk? Is Israel milk. Okay. I don't think that there's a concern and the state I think that they're I don't know what's going on. With Representative David Cook globe must be so proud. I had to double check this story. Reuss? We had to double check. Because again like you read the headline lawmaker almonds do not lactate almonds and do not like it. Was there ever a question? Did didn't think they did? So who wrote it, where's it coming for from the onion? Websites. Now, Holly Fischer is a highly respectable journalist who runs capital media services. This is his this is his his. Right. This is what he. Legit. So I checked sources on this. Okay. The exchange that took place. Yesterday, Estee mutt? Law makers voted to prohibit the sale of almond milk in Arizona for the simple reason that almonds don't lactate here is some of the exchange. This is Representative David Cook. I believe that words matter. All I'm saying is when you walk up. You simple words like milk. We should know what it comes from do not lactate. No, they don't enter into the conversation. State Representative Cureton angle out of Tucson. Have you ever heard of coconut milk? I have she asked. He says it could be coconut beverage coconut beverage. She goes on to say, how far are we going to go down this linguistic rabbit? Okay. Consider peanut butter. Is that a misleading label? She asks text. Letter comes from cows. But this is peanuts. Peanut butter. It would seem would violate this law. This is what they're working. That's the concern. That consumers. Yes, you are in need of being protected from the idea and just try to get the mental image out of your head of someone milking, an almond to get the juice out of it like, you would milk a cow just get trying to get that image out of your head. What does that look like? So so what would we what would we rename? What are some of the suggestions, right? Well, right now in today's day and age, Bruce, we have fake news. Okay. So many things are fake news says being offered out that it'd be labeled as fake milk fake milk. All right, Kellyanne Conway has been come infamous for when she talked about alternative facts alternative facts or we come why. So we can also use alternative milk, folks. It's important for you to know that this measure gained preliminary approval. Yes. In the Senate not still needs to go to a roll-call vote before going to the Senate not gonna vote for this. Embarrassed makers are having discussions about whether or not not whether or not but just simply saying that almonds. Do not lactate therefore the capable of milk, the juice that comes out of an almond almond your taxpayer dollars to work.

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"david cook" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jim Conway actually have something in common both ad their Hollywood walk of stars ceremonies approved postponed due to bad weather, Aerosmith ceremony. That was going to take place on Thursday is being rescheduled. A few diehard fans. Tried braving the weather before the cancellation was announced. But the storm turned out to be simply too strong Conway's. Swap defame ceremony was postponed about twenty years ago. You say your dog is lethargic easily startled possibly incontinent. And all your marijuana is missing. We'll WBZ's Bill markets reports a local experts as though Bari niche should all wear off. We know it's not a good idea to smoke pot around kids. It doesn't necessarily set a good example. But what about token around your dog? We've never actually seen a case where a dog was in an enclosed area and had side effects associated with it. But just from being around somebody smoking, it shouldn't be a problem. And again, we're certainly not encouraging that tops veterinary medical center, Dr lozanski says usually the way pets in just pot is someone fed it to them and food. If you think your dog got into it, call your vet and be honest about it, or if your dog got into any other products, tell us what it is. And that will help tremendously. And if you choose to use marijuana keep it keep it out of reach Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio over Florida facility for people with. Disabilities is suspended pending an investigation into a residence pregnancy a caregiver that the facility accused of impregnating the woman who gave birth in two thousand fifteen he's charged with lewd lascivious battery on a disabled person. After DNA evidence linked him to the child. CEO? David Cook is suspended now. While the panel of outside experts review, the facility's policies develops safeguards to prevent future assaults, the style icon and younger sister. A former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Lee rides will has died. This is how the documentary Jackie a tale of two sisters described Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis relationship with her younger sibling Lee..

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"david cook" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on Food for Thought

"So it wasn't an easy periods in Milan because I was working at the time with tiny babies, and you know, he was properly like TV husband. So we'd Baker. Well, we never been good. But we'd find each day. But actually went to look back on it. It was probably the best professional TV job of my life. Look. Good relationship. Yeah. Oh, that's lovely. Well, there you go. I think you should look does it anyone who doesn't know what a legend. He is. Right keta said what is your favorite vegan meal? Ooh. Ooh, boone. Yeah. Come not vegan. That'd be good. I guess these coffee shop in primrose hill, and they do vegan crepes and stuff with spinach sundried tomatoes, mushrooms. What was I got one this morning shave? Shave chickpea flour or something. Yeah. Eight so you'll may and healthy and tasty. And yeah, so out go for that. Nice choice and the final question. We've got it's from lay my wife idolizes you, and she's but she said she thinks that she needs to work out twice a day to get your apps. What's your secret? Well, the ops were surprised to me. Because they saw to materialize Hughley from looking at what are we? I mean, I do have them now, by the way that no they're not as defined as they were because I don't I don't do situps every day. Whereas when I went to the gym I did SIS upset. Yeah. Yeah. Muscle portrayed a bit more. If he were and also that was when you get really lean on. I'm in a different stage of my life. You know, and yoga's much more suitable for me, and we do a little bit of work in yoga, but not too much, but I've got flop stomach. They're not, you know, it's nine I don't really care and pastor. Yeah. I'm no it. I think anyone would have read into it that way worry over eight say. Oh, thank you. Well, Mel that leads me on to my favorite part of the Picasso. The quickfire around. Okay. Are you ready? Yes. Okay. No. Yes. What's always in your fridge almond milk? You can only have one kitchen. Gadget. What would it be? Wouldn't pay on like. I mean you to use it without using. David cook. I'm laughing signature homemade dish. I may a cracking list. Sonya not for the voice. Nice favorite restaurant. I do like skulls. Yeah. In may. I like the Dekel ally the food. I'm glad the food came in there because just the decor- I was worrying about the decker of the rest of. Call. Yes. Yeah. That's nice. And what about the one feed? You can't live without. Avocado. I know it's boring. But it's true. We've had a few Abba carnage is the one. Yeah. The strangest food you've ever eaten. Bull's testicles. Of course that was in the jungle, right? I wasn't. It was on a TV show with Gino to Campo here ride them. They're amazing. It's like while gras. It's just gonna take you for a while. They're very tasty. But yet, I don't know the name, you know, once I know, I know I don't care. Just plays him. But yeah. And I was on TV. I couldn't be easing shoutout to Gina. Why was Gino cooking just telling you delicacy? Hi nice. No..

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"david cook" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"david cook" Discussed on The Valleycast

"That's not good doesn't work, which makes me think. There's no. Who's that guy? Let's find out. I'm Michael Gill, which is actually a really good one. Because Michael Dills incredible. He's one of the best improv comedians have our time. Michael, I go. I don't think I've heard of my deal. Yes. You have look up Michael Gilmore than anything. He was in. You'll see him and you'll be like oh show. Okay. All right. We got the other thing going. We got the other thing going keep saying, what am I what am I then Mark Benny off the oh forty nine percent massive, Jason shave. There we go. Nice job. That's good. That's Jason exc-. Michael Mando commando. Michael, man. Does I think it's I I'm going to be honest. I think the lighting's off to play them. LA like an online downtown. Well, I think I'll be good. What you're supposed to do is. Now, I plan to have sex with every one of those guys. That's exactly what's to assert my dominance. I think you have to take your headphones off, right, right? I'm just saying on this. Because I think there's like a it is a real close up. This is I'm going to be honest. I don't think anyone's looked like anyone except for me because with her shadow on his face probably doesn't help. But that's what it is the phone. Oh, here we go. You also got Jeffrey. There's one thing. People Jason day one. That's not bad. That's not bad. Who for grazes is the one? I usually cook guy from American idol. Wow. We're David Cook. Cook beat Chris Allen, no Christine, one different one, David Cook. When the year before I was in on American idol while I thought got second though. He won. Yeah. Chris. What's weird about this app is like it's showing you people that I would never know million years truly that anybody actually looks like so when you see them side by side, you can see how the machine could see it. Like that Asian guy. I don't would never say I look like. But then when I see them side by side. Well, what we learned here today is that Kevin is fucking hot do Incredibly. credibly. I love what you're doing and me new, boo. John Mayer show on Instagram is one of the best shows that's been around that. He's got a show on Instagram. He does like Instagram TV things that last like an hour, and he's got a whole set in multiple iphones that it uses to bounce back and forth. And they'll have like how Seon and like all these like celebrities will come on. And they'll ask questions, and he'll like he's got his friends doing it..

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China Threatening to put Tarriffs on U.S. Industries Greatest Exports

Dick Kay - Back On the Beat

02:38 min | 4 years ago

China Threatening to put Tarriffs on U.S. Industries Greatest Exports

"And that's because of these destroyed war and that that china has put this or is threatening to put these tariffs on this agricultural product one of our greatest exports to china and now they're going to put a tariff on it and that's that's that's this guy an and and the cpa the cpa has an eight hundred million dollar order for new cpa cars from china and now china may put tariffs on that and do you know what kind of costs that will be to the cpa folks this is not this is not a game this is not trump said oh we may take a little hit that's okay but we have to do it you know it's not a little hit it's not a little hit and it may put some farmers out of business and and the cta's you know it's going to affect all of us you know the cta's been raising prices regularly and now they're going to have to pay an incredible more amount larger amount for the cars that they have on order because because of the trade war so it's not it's going to it's going to impact you know most of us i mean you're talking about a tariffs on every single thing that we that we export are you kidding me anyhow so i just wanna tell you that we have david cook county clerk david or coming in in the next hour looking forward to that he's always a great guest always very knowledgeable i had scheduled jv pritzker the democratic candidate for governor here in illinois much to my chagrin you know they cancelled and said that they will try to reschedule then i find out that he's been on the show here earlier this week and lady we tells me he's scheduled to be on another show tomorrow and so naro my schedule out of whack so they don't wanna come in three or four days in a row and i don't blame them but you know so i don't have jay pritzker and.

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