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"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"To let society get to that point. I'm going to be vigilant about that. And the way you do that is by giving people the numbers and giving people the facts giving people the stuff that they won't tell you a mainstream media. Wow that was a great final statement. David daniel gonzales d. You have a final statement about how he should act in these times. We'll get into this again. We'll have to do a follow up. But i'm curious with all the facts left and right you know conspiracy not conspiracy. Cnn what do we trust. How do we move forward. How do we get through this time of chaos. I'm all about people being literate in the communication. They can't so we have the big. The we have to find sources that are bir financial and that are trustworthy in. There is a lot of manipulation. There is a lot of propaganda on both sides but the most important thing is that we have to also work as a community so when a challenge like a pandemic comes we need to work with the people who specialize in those systems. And if it comes out there corrupted. They're manipulating the numbers of doing things. That are inappropriate. Should be put in jail and they should be held to the highest degree of standards that they Agreed to do you know the apple critic and all that the same goes for politicians we we cannot live in a world where one guy or a group of people have all the answers. No one else is is willing to They're not willing to work with to me. That that is a chance for brooklyn completely counterproductive. So the people that they have proven to be a loyal citizens loyal to the constitution. They're the ones that we listen to and we should work together with them as well as Looking at creative ways to overcome challenges. So i think investing investing in The ability for people to have access to all this information and people get mad for sern platforms Being limiting some people's Ability to speak. But the reason that some of that has happened is because there is a lot of Personal attacks and things like that that you had no recourse when someone comes after you having you Report someone overcome that. But we have to go back to gula was started by The government Working with with different Companies to be able to Go through the internet so we live in a in a world that it is control to a certain point but you have to believe in the ideals that will agree on. You have to fight together to to keep them pure. Any any system can be corrupted. Any form of information can be misinterpreted and manipulated. And it's up to us to be able to Keep things accessible and to build up our minds and our hearts to be able to Go through all this as a community and not become. Sectarian war with each other almost feels like we're in Waterworld one of those buckle movies where everybody's against each other and you don't know who to trust. Yeah definitely definitely well. I appreciate that perspective. We're going to have to do this again. definitely did not hold to the two minute format. But you know what i knew. We wouldn't that was just though. That was just the strictest close. I mean we definitely were good at not talking over each other very happy. I thought you were very civil. It was a great discussion of very interesting. Thought provoking things. Everybody do your research look into this stuff and hey you know what both of these guys are still open that if you want a personal challenge about it they will. They're ready. i think they are. Yeah these anytime. You wanna talk to rob or david daniel they. That's what i appreciate about both of you. Gentlemen you're ready to take a challenge and actually face it and instead of runaway. So i thank you for the open. Discourse Thanks for tuning in everybody to the great debate on open loops again. I want to thank david. Daniel gonzales of mystic skeptic. Radio rob yuks of full spectrum universe you could check me and rob out at forgery. Unmasked unmasked march twenty seven through twenty nine where. It's a whole lot of things that david was arguing against tonight on h. Aliens atlanta's all kinds of origin stories about alternative views. It's definitely going to be fun. And this has been open loops conversations that bend gentlemen. Thank you so much for coming on again. Thanks for having me. I appreciate you david i do. I appreciate your points.
"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"I i just want to convey that. I looked up some of the things you mentioned. And you mentioned the the un article fourteen and it doesn't talk about anything about using the police to take away. Your rights talks about giving abilities for the disabled to be able to move around. So i wanna know. Well maybe i got the article but it's the us constitution you can find it. And i'll find a free and i'll put it up there. Maybe i got because that's just taking a point you haven't answered the question. Do you have a rebuttal to what i just said and then we can talk one on one meetings related to people that you have found. We'd just see where they're from. You mentioned rebel. Akam that with has been the by some for you mentioned The article about allow Oregon's does not allow words. It comes from a taiwanese a broom that is trying to push stuff and then it was redone by another website that that has been debunked by green watt. Who is the who suppose surprise price winner. There's so many things that that are resigning. What does that mean. You have nothing from cnn. Were the pulitzer prize. People who've cnn when the pulitzer prize it's garbage it's okay. Listen you can answer both questions hand over weight for wait for the next level face to face okay. Great look this has been it did get a little heated but you know look i mean i know you have to run. Rob gave him time to answer it if he wanted to. Not talk about everything else that was about a presentation i did but we can go to a different at another time. But do you have an answer for what i've said about the covid nineteen situation. That's august. i didn't ask what. I did a presentation on open loops. It had nothing to do with you. That you decided to come onto the to a comment board and say that you'll take me on head to head at any time or something along those lines which i'm here now. So that's why. Let's talk about what i discussed. You set up a straw man. You said that the earth is minimal. There was no straw man. No straw man blues again. How is it because you think it's more serious than it is when when the numbers proved that it's not as serious as the fluid self. Have we ever locked in for the flu. We have we ever shut school down for the we have full of flu patients that cambria that can move like but you're not talking about shutdowns you're not talking about shutdowns talking about cancelling schools. You're talking about vaccine. That is mattie this into coach. I'm not. I'm not saying anything about cancer. Called trump talking about shutdowns of society survive with with no income. That's unbelievable that that would happen. But we agree on a few metric. That fifteen percent of the population was hospitalized. Because of the virus they would shut down that is a matter that makes sense liberals and conservatives came together and they came up with the metric that was great compromise. Willy nilly shutting down all california's if got that is that is reasonable and has nothing to do or talking about before when it was the stats. I understand. we do agree on that. I believe that there is a certain percentage at which you have to stop everything. You're saying making you straw man. You're saying i'm making a straw man about what that what exactly is is the biological weapon. Why isn't that bad. Like you said it was logical weapon that was created in the first place. Do you know why exactly it was a biological weapon. I said i think it is definitely was. Is it a super crappy. You the dan do anything. And we're just if if you would have listened to the entire episode that we had before. I explain what the next step was so to shed the onto to build the the the one st one government and put us all in in camps. Like where's this going. And it's not what i said. That's not what i said. What i said was is that they're giving everybody the vaccine now because when they released the next one is going to do what they say. It's gonna do and kill that many people. We have these vigilant about that. So there's no strowman here. This is what bill gates himself said. I'm not worried about this one. I'm worried about the next one. So i'm taking it off. What the people who are creating the vaccine have set themselves not a straw man. That's a that's a that is an actual threat that we have to be leery about and watch out for as per the person who made the vaccine himself but are we come to enter. How do we keep these leaders of gambling again. I'm not a virologist. I don't know how to keep people accountable like that. That's not my job. My job is to expose the truth of what people have said and what the stats are as of right now. So those are the stats. You should not have a vaccine where they're on public television and national television saying that they need to be accommodated for the amount of people that were going to get injured or possibly die with a pandemic especially when that they're over blowing through fear porn if it's not the pandemic something else it's a crisis here. It's a terror attack there. It's it's all fear porn. It's it's to get your vibration down to a level where they have you running scared and then you're gonna say how how. What can i do. Tell me what i have to do. A natural narran control. That's when it's over. That's checkmate.
"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"And then There are people who have used. Police could be able to move as as much as garage. So if you have the largest amount of people that you have conquered. The gypsies were the first grade civilization and they had conquered a huge fan of land had tons of people the disposal and you have one madman or saint. Whatever you wanna call the the king who is intent on doing making something happened. Just like the cathedrals of europe just like the the the temple in jerusalem you force everyone to do your will and then you bring about something spectacular but it's also caused a lot of suffering a lot of destruction to get there and if you have all the time in the world the beer mitts in in kitchen nitsa and and the miami wants or ethic once they were built using the same type of The -nology in some of them are are Nice than others. Some of them are more sharp. Whatever but that doesn't necessitate Any type of future technology any type of technology. We have now it just you have someone with a with a huge idea and all the people in all the resources at their disposal and they took them hundreds of years. Just like the cathedrals. So i don't see why is necessary to bring in the the outside factor aliens or insurance so we'll stations that are more advanced than us big. Well here's here. Let's take what you said and turn that on. Its head those monuments temples that you talked about. Didn't have the perfection of the pyramids so right there and you're talking about taking an objective thing like a garage which is built of wood not stone and pulling out on police so are they doing it in sand. How are they pulling it. You can't use something like that to say that. What i'm saying is contradicting in that sense. Because it doesn't it falls on its head. There is no perfection in these specific temples. That you talk about that were as immaculate as that particular that particular brick that was laid for the pyramid. Those pyramids sauce america. They look nothing like the with the shape and smoothness. They looks nothing like the one giza the ones in japan or china. Look nothing like it. It didn't have. It doesn't have the same type of structural integrity in the sense that it's that smooth that you can't slide a piece of paper into it and this is weathered now how many how many thousands of years and you still can't and you still can't and you're talking about these people especially in south america where the rocks they've built these pyramids in the mountains where the rocks for right there. How do you get a rock quarry. That's hundreds of miles away to where you know and it's not even type of stone that's in that area. It's from a totally different area. Can you Can you substantiate that. Rob is is that documented. That's documented that is documented proof it is written everywhere and i even have an article like a pull up right now as slaves did not build a pyramid by cbs news. Mainstream media. i. I don't believe it but all the way but yeah. They're talking about that. What do you think about that. david daniel. Here's the thing about the quarries is interesting. The we the last year could have been totally different. Nicotine had Rivers and streams. That help them move stuff around. There are so many like i. I'll give you the there's missing elements and there was nothing more in the world that i would want for all these brown Hancock ideas to be true as as a kid. I used to love when you know movies about the hollow earth and all the stuff it will be awesome ghana scenarios. But it goes back to if it's truly an amazing technology or a Alien type of thing they would be lasers. They would be some type of thing that we are not familiar with Strange that they have this weird path that goes into the middle of the of the pyramid in keeps the farrowing there. Whatever it seems like a waste of space. It could have made it hollow and had oakland seven side. So it's a very strange out of the stuff. But i think that that's part of the problem. Is that when something doesn't fit. It has to be is almost like religious. People will say if something doesn't make sense it has to be supernatural. Now we don't know enough to be able to to go there so i've seen one. God who wasn't in people says the aliens little more fashionable disabled. It's not god it's not. The aliens is these superhuman From star trek. I really don't like how do you counter something like that. That that is so far back. And there's no no proof like really strong prove that they're going to split. I got a. I have a question for you. David actually About belief in the nature of the supernatural. Things you are you are. You are very. Oh yeah sure. Sure sure we go into another topic. So yeah there's these elements that are missing and those elements. Don't disprove me. They don't disprove you but they don't prove you or prove me right. That's the problem that's what this is all about. Is you know we're bringing evidence to light. But there's these missing elements that you say would sound great but there's no way that you can prove whether it's either one way or the other So how you gonna can't. That's what you can't say. Things are not right or you would love for them to be true and not look at it from both sides like that because we don't know and that's the key so for me to be wrong for somebody else to be right it does. That doesn't work again on its head. There's certain elements that are missing. Because it's strange it's unexplainable so how can one way better than the other or more accurate than the other show. Right right have responsive. My my next question is sort of related to that. What was like an agnostic person. The that says. I won't believe this until it's proven every agnostic or atheist interview on my show has that that baseline is the best best line and you can say. Well you're being detrimental. Or why are you saying that. I'd hopefully come from a world of superstition and medieval distortion of reality. And until the enlightenment until the scientific methods were implemented we would be worried about demons or other beings on there every rock so now for people to go back to that type of a magical thinking in have everything connected to some type of Unprovable thing like it just goes back to that. Like hollow earth flattered alien civilization. All this stuff are things. That are not fully proven. So they're not fully proven. How can you build anything on. Top of something. That is so shallow in his in his In foundation and wideness reach. Like what is your sleep. The same goes for your argument to the same the same all of it. It's the same thing you have just as much as i do. So there's no way for you to sit there and say that i'm either thinking agnostic or or what was it magic building. What all that that. That's that's offensive would is someone who des somebody who does resear- inputs their time and effort.
"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"I was like i could have gone this route i could have said. Wow they finally figure it out. The image from a seek- you'll of the heavenly jerusalem coming down and taking over for the fiscal jerusalem is actually a mothership in jesus a transcendental trans dimensional bean or. The messiah figure ends up being a an alien force that is coming to destroy the wickedness of man in all the stuff and i could have gone that route and start thinking about the raelians on heaven's gate and david koresh and all these people who have taken a very creative approach to the bible and they've done crazy stuff like guess for themselves so they can be pure enough so the comment would take them or the raelians have mixed the swastika with the star of david or you know Picking a fight with government. You can take any idea and you can run with it and build a case against any system but that's why you have to have some sense of bring you down to earth. I remember there is a a youtube show gold debunking engine aliens and they show that light bulb that you guys talk about is actually an egg. And there's a snake inside of it and it's coming out of a tree so the mythological images of the egyptians are hard to decipher. Why would there be snake. It looks like a filament. And will there be as they had to say the that someone was having rebirth through a plant than it was a snake or the god of snakes in to take a shot of that and then build this coal idea. They had batteries and they had lied. And the hell it again goes back to creative interpretation of of images without any physical evidence other than bad image that you found in a book or the build the system around interesting. I would actually like to counter that. You're you're taking this information off of a random youtube channel that you have no idea what their qualifications are to interpret what they're looking at and you're going to say that that is not conceptually right or it's not you. I'm not saying that. What i was saying was fact. But you're you're taking you're taking something that's conjecture from somebody else and then claiming that to be what exactly what it is. What if that video was doctor. So they have something to put out there as an content that contradicts what you're seeing on mainstream. Tv what do you think that's an interesting point that assume out and they showed the rest of the image so many how many views know what i mean. How many subscribers. How many views is it. Just an abstract rows cure youtube channel. Because i mean even now. It's still not not verified. It's just because somebody on youtube said it doesn't make it true. You have thirty guys. Who are part of the production team. The do engine aliens in is the same thing. So if if you study egyptian mythology there are a lot of strange symbols that it takes time to figure out what they are in. It makes sense that it would be one of the many bird stories of one of their got absolutely true. But you can't say what i'm saying isn't corrective. You're taking that and saying that you're corrector that's right and mine isn't that's what that's what we're getting that at. There's nothing to do with the fact that you know who said what you're taking it from the same frame that i am an calling yours intellectually sound in my not can't do that. Well greg would you like to go on. I would like once next subject. Because i have something to say about the amid the pyramids. I am very intrigued. I do think his argument. The problem with rob's argument is it starts. It's a great. It's a great point but it also starts leading us down to very philosophically heavy points about well. You know. I mean even right now. Could both of you be simulations. I'm talking to stuff like that. Ibm agents we were planted to the system. Actually doesn't this has nothing to do with it. For one of us to say that ours is ultimately the proof for right would be wrong. Because i'm taking my information from a book. He's taking his from a youtube channel. There's nobody on the ground there right now. Showing us the pictures. This is what it means. I know that for a fact. Let's talk about your theory about the pyramids being made with a three d. printer. Hold on. that's not the point of a debate. Debate is for him to ask the question. It's not to take what i've said and try. And debunk it. Because what you've done now as you're going through this and you're picking out points of my argument and then basically trying to say well. That's not right about that. That's not right about that. That's not how a debate works. A debate is back and forth. There is no. I get to look this up before you get here. You got to look that up but if you're talking about the and we're gonna be talking about them having events of location. I wanna share. How i believe that the pyramids are a feed of okay. You know what that is. I i will allow for trade as being done by some okay. Let's do it then. You know what let's get into those. I'm very curious because i've had a lot of people on that have disputed that the pyramids were possible. It makes no sense the way they they could have been built. It seems like a. It's just the way the bricks lineup perfectly. No one seems to have a great explanation. At least they say no what he does about the rock quarry being sixty miles from where they were carrying six ton to seventy ton boulders. That work that's kind of crazy David daniel gonzales. How were the pyramids built. Let's hear it the same way that the temple of herod was built with millions of slaves being forced to move boulders with whatever technology. They have that time so they use Cedars or the us you know. Whatever their their samples from documentaries where they show how they would cut stone and they will use sand and role in the iraq does scott easily as ports.
"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Welcome welcome. Welcome to a very special edition of open loops. I'm so honored to have two gentlemen who've been on the show before coming here live of course in the in the left corner. We have david daniel gonzales. The host of mystic skeptic radio podcast and then in the right corner we have rob yuks of full spectrum universe. Yes these two gentlemen. They come from different sides of the coin. We have david on the left side. Who much more of the skeptical rationalist irrational point of view. Skeptical rational little more fringe a little more conspiratorial. And well look. They both have fundamental views of the way the world works. And tonight we're gonna get to the bottom of it. Gentlemen david rob thank you so much for coming on. The show were happy. I'm excited ready to get some messages out to people and show people what actual civil discourse looks like. We can have a conversation. He absolutely absolutely. And that's the thing i mean. I've always said that if we are going to be having a discussion about this kind of stuff i think both sides need to be heard just as much. You can't just say pizza. Gate is something you debunk. You actually have to go inside the intricacies of it from both angles. He can't just point blake. Dismiss anything And hey i also think on the other side cunanan's popular let's really dive into what they're saying as opposed to yep just dismissing it and if it's garbage hey let's throw it all out so that said Here's the way it's going to work tonight. I'm going to ask a question. Each of these gentlemen will have two minutes to have to present their initial arguments and then We will have rebuttals. There was no toll coin. Flip is nothing like that. I'm just going to sort of feel it out. Because i have a good. Yeah i i promise to remain as balanced as possible. And i feel like this could be an interesting way to go into this. I'm gonna start with the first question. Is going to go to david. Daniel gonzales david and rob. You can respond to this as well after. Could you please tell me who in your view wrote the bible two minutes beginning now. What's an easy one greg out where to go. You know you this is where were my perspective split and you can save it out schizophrenic. But that's why it's called mystic and skeptic because you have the rationalist view and then you have exponential view and. I tried a few them together. When it comes down to theology so in my experience i have lived the life that that have seen glimpses of the divine and when someone came to me and gave me a bible and said this is the word of god. I have to read it first before i could make that suction So when i read it. I saw things that they they were out of the ordinary. Weren't per se supernatural. I'm talking about the words and selves or the wisdom. They were out of the ordinary. They weren't You know wasn't struck by heaven with the lightning in seoul visions the moment that i that.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
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"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"It's thought provoking I'm curious your thoughts. If you enjoy open loops please do subscribe in Apple podcast rate and leave review. So we can keep these conversations going. Here is my second conversation with Demon August debunk over in this context author. PODCAST host. Scholar David. Daniel Gonzales. Ladies and gentlemen we have a return guest sell excited to have him back on David Daniel Gonzalez of the mystic skeptic radio show podcast. Into night, there is demand for it. Very much leading that demand because it was an interesting topic he wrote a book demand -nology of Ancient Israel, the truth about demons possession in. Them Raiders of the unknown I mean somebody buzzwords there that are getting me going I'm fascinated by your central thesis. Tell. US I give you. A little background about this book David and thank you for coming on again. You're welcome. The reason I wrote the book because I was working as A. Chaplain at a hospital. And you know the gentleman program is a secular in the sense. Running gasoline learning, how to the aren't emotions during trauma during crisis at a not impose your own views on the patients but it was funny somebody brought up You know you meet all kinds of different people but somebody brought up that one patient was seen creatures in the room. And they were very frightening. And they saw something like a dragon. In the first thing that people. Is Weird because you have a spectrum of different ministers. So you have people who are very traditional named people very liberal on our Orthodox on their views. People who are more traditional like, oh, my goodness there might be a demon in there and then the people who are more liberal they're like what? made it the the medicine made them sit. But then I started thinking like. If we don't tackle the problem of. Of neem analogy. How can we be sure? You Summit Christianity believe originally that all illness king from the demonic Ralph. So. You know I had another fellow chaplain. Tell me. We are doctors of the soul. So people go to a normal doctor for their physical, he comes to us for the spiritual. It's like well, if you're a doctor with the soul, you need to know yourself. Yeah. So if someone comes and tells you I. I think in the process call briefs, but first of all you to ask are you Catholic Is they called free some people who weren't. Catholic. And then second, the is not gonNA come. If you're not a member, you're the only have one exorcist in the whole. Leo's have to know about athletes, abby analogy. But most of all, what is it about the men's that people at that time they thought that leprosy blindness? Epilepsy everything. Came from the mets. So as modern man, we could say is just a bunch of Baloney people were ignorant. They had no on their standing of the scientific world and they just said everything's. Will actually more complicated than that. So if you want to start from the beginning, we start from where they even the idea of a demon, comfort yeah. I've no idea. I have no idea. So if you look at different cultures, you know we were talking about Buddhism in the last show. There's these beautiful paintings. Chinese paintings where they show people being good. They're in heaven on there like a heavenly realm will be in bad there in this fiery plays with monsters they're eating them. Damon Medieval Vulture of Salmon. A bunch of different cultures you see that. So why is it that humans? Of retrain negative things with the demonic or these monsters these. Bs Live on the earth will. Be Speaking say will anything this bad is Wurley anything that is Spiritual heavily. That is You know something you see even in Greek mythology people who were bad. They would throw them in Haiti's, and then they would have to carry a boulder or a bird would pick folk there is out. So a lot of medieval painting that you see there more about. Greek mythology and they're really Abutbul understanding of of the mentor or hell. But back in times of the Babylonians and we were talking about Abraham they had these different little demons they were at fault for different things. Look of evil are always associated with the Baffin you've been in Pandora's It wasn't a box. It was more of a base when she opened it all bad things game out and in victim they show like these dark figures so. But before you talk about the Dukla Angels. So back to the the skeptic in all of say will. I is there a God second the see have servants third does he had bad servants that go against what he wants because that's the you have to believe those three things before you go into the except. In I don't know if you've ever seen the movie the country, oh. Yeah. That's is my when people ask me what is my favorite horror movie? That is usually the first one I said. Well I, love the country. Because not only the the believe in witches. Believe that which has come back and they get inside women only just like in evil dead. They don't they just get inside women and then they have all these powers. Did you have to believe that somehow Satan or the cold? So before some was able to be possessed by you have to believe human skin transfer the soul someone else like the debu. Of and. Then in that something is the Jewish for those that don't know, but it's not even be it's actually person and then as all these things. So so it becomes laughable because for you to take the story seriously, you have to acknowledge that all those things are reader. So can we let now? So so this is a skeptic in me. I'm GONNA prove the demons don't exist. Okay Great. So To be able to overcome the fear of the men's I, you have to understand what the.
"david daniel" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Oh Yeah. Who Even knows what that means? It's deliberately vague but that's because open loops is a theme park for the intellect of the imagination and part of exploring the. Is the unknowing? Certainly when it comes to demons and. And the work of people like Ed and Lorraine Warren. The top demon allergists that were they. They did their life work I. If you've ever seen the movie, the conjuring their life work was going to Amityville Horror House and Actually. With getting rid of demonic spirits in people in inanimate objects poltergeists. David basically came on the show because he wrote a book. And He wanted to come back of my first interview with him. He came back and he wanted to be like, right all the stuff is utterly ridiculous. I'm going to prove that demons don't. Sense whatsoever. And I let him and I know that there are people out there that are going to say, Greg, why? Why why have a skeptic on like why have somebody or lease because David I will give David Daniel Gonzales credit is the show called mystic seer skeptic radio in he leaves room for the possibility that there might be something magical out there. But with his background in Biblical history with his experience in terms of his actual research into these issues, as as a practicing religious person that really knows the INS and outs and studies the Science Study, the literature. He doesn't think demon analogy makes a lot of sense. He certainly present some interesting cases. Mike Inclusion by the end of it is that his arguments do make a ton of sense and look I can't necessarily fit it into like fifth dimensional awakening and all the other stuff that I had people on this show to talk about but. I certainly wanted to bring him on and have this discussion because like I said from the beginning all sides of talking about these topics are just as interesting as if these topics are real. That's what open loops is. It's keeping the conversation about the old open no matter what perspective you're coming from. Tell me one day that teams are real. I will have a D-, I? Mean there are people that I I know I I'm looking forward to there's a world famous demon Allah just that I'm actually in the process of trying to get on because I want the other side. There are people that are exes that have experienced things that seem beyond the realm of mere suggestion. In David Daniel Gonzalez's come on host of Miss Mystic skeptic radio show podcast. He's come on the Tummy Greg even those people that you're going to have on our complete bunk. So you're ready for debunking episode why not? It's a demon centric it's Halloween spirit time I wanted to bring David again I think he nailed it in in terms of keeping me intellectually stimulated the entire time because there's a big difference between just completely dismissing something and they're being like, Hey, here's historically why this doesn't make sense..
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"david daniel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A month in Hollywood I'm David Daniel if you really want to know how big a deal Dr Anthony felt she is check out what made Georgia brewery is doing to honor the nation's top infectious disease expert Atlanta based wild heaven beer is named after him call fell she spring is described as a pale ale brewed with a Kyber reason and experimental variety of hops I'm Bernecker this Bloomberg sports update the National Football League will hold practice remote draft on Monday three days before the real thing is done in the same way commissioner Roger Goodell ordered all team facilities closed in March and later acquired club personnel to conduct the draft from their homes because of the reliance on free flowing communication the league decided to stage a mock draft to ensure all goes smoothly next Thursday Friday and Saturday NBA players will see twenty five percent of their paychecks taken out starting may fifteenth the first directed to their salaries because of the corona virus pandemic the decision was finalized on Friday the board of governors meeting and was done in concert with the national basketball Players Association players will be painful may first the cutback in salary is been expected for some time in response to the NBA shutdown that started March eleventh and has no end in sight the regular season would've ended Wednesday in two hundred fifty nine games have yet to be played but none of them officially called off yet the NBA and WNBA say they plan to sell cloth face coverings during team and league logos and all proceeds generated by the league will go to charity the proceeds will go to feeding America and the U. S. and second harvest in Canada both of those organizations work to assess the hungry the W. N. B. A. draft was held on Friday and with the first pick in the draft the New York liberty selected Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu the NCAA waiting standardized test requirements for incoming freshmen to be eligible to compete in division one and two during the twenty twenty twenty one academic year the eligibility center adjusted several of its eligibility requirements for incoming freshmen including the number of core courses in minimum grade point averages the adjustments were made in response to schools across the country moving to online learning as part of the fight against corona virus social distancing restrictions had also cancelled some SAT and ACT testing dates with the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek Bloomberg radio hello I'm Carol Massar and I do think Kelly today we'll bring you some of the most importantly help informative and helpful conversations we had on our daily Bloomberg business week radio show all about the current virus not surprisingly tell anybody's talking about we're trying to go a level deeper and help you understand maybe what really important people are thinking that investors CEOs what's happening now and more importantly what's gonna happen around the corner and Jeez let's remind everybody happening in real time as the news about the virus was constantly changing and we were bringing all that enter our conversations and that includes our conversation with the founder and chief shoe giver of Tom's Blake Makowski he is such an interesting individual I mean he's been out there front and center that whole idea of buy something and you give back something to someone else really led a wave and now he's got a new idea when it comes to dealing with the virus exactly it's called made for really dig into that just a little while also catching up with trek bicycle president John Burke really thoughtful guy he joins from Wisconsin so different perspective plus very invested in the political year that we find ourselves in easy to forget we're gonna lacked a new president we elect a president come November end Serra fryer her new book so exciting yeah her book is called No filter the inside story of Instagram talked to so many individuals to get that inside story so so give us a preview of what's inside that book the first step of course were Bloomberg we look at the market all the times when we were really fortunate to catch up with Randy what's he's one of our favorites so thoughtful about the market's really taking a holistic view we talk about volatility he's the chief investment strategist at William o'neil check it out obviously this is been a very very strong rally about twenty seven percent off the lows in three weeks we would expect expect either some consolidation here or even a move backwards this is a much stronger rally than a typical sort of up ninety ten percent bear market rally I think one thing to keep in mind that was were only in the ninth week of this bear market and usually their markets last more than thirty weeks in addition at below the market was down about thirty five percent on the S. and P. a normal bear market takes it that takes it down to about four down forty two percent so I am a little nervous about two things first the time element of what's going on we're not that deep into it in terms of weeks and second we're going into earnings season yeah I think earnings even gonna be a lot worse than St expects well let's talk about that let's go a level down there because I feel like we're all bracing ourselves for for earnings season but what is bad look like in in your estimation either in terms of percentages or in terms of maybe even a lack of visibility because that's one of the things that we've heard so consistently from CEOs as they've given even to go ad hoc updates as they just don't know where this is going to go next I mean that's true Jason they don't know when about fifteen percent of the S. and P. five hundred now suspended guidance for the year if you look at where earnings estimates are for the S. and P. five hundred at the start of the year people were expecting yes and Peter are about a hundred and seventy five dollars this year that number is down to one forty seven but if you look at it on a year to year basis last year earnings were about one sixty two so consensus estimates right now we're only looking for about a ten percent drop in earnings and I suspect it's likely going to be worse than that you know I want to go back to what you said though we're only the ninth week of this bear market usually last you know our usual typical normal bear market lasts around thirty weeks is this normal though Randy like there's a logical side of my brain that says I get what's going on we shut down the economy of course it's going to be really really bad but I do wonder and this is just nice to say just but it's really a timing element that when we reopened people get back to work they will resumes IT spending that we could see a pretty dramatic bounce back I think the key on that is really unemployment so you know we entered this scenario with about three and a half percent unemployment we've done about sixteen million jobless claims the last three weeks which means unemployment today the real unemployment numbers probably the thirteen to fourteen percent range to put that in perspective unemployment in the two thousand and nine recession peaked at ten percent in the nineteen eighty two recession peaked at ten point eight so unemployment's already a lot higher than it was in the last couple of recessions I think the question for the economies how quickly are those people going to get hired back if we start opening the economy at all that that means that all those restaurants hospitality workers cetera internally all get hired back in so that question of job absorption is really what makes me nervous that's such the the big question rate it re opens to Carol's point now re open to people get back out there but if a western I mean this is just a very parochial but like if a restaurant only see half the people that it used to because of social distancing right how many people does it need you know does it and and how many what's the the revenue breakdown of the profit break down and does the fact that there are you know fewer people working ultimately mean that there are fewer people spending money yes said in general I just have such a hard time in part because nobody knows and it just goes back to this nobody knows it and yet you have to make investment decisions ranting yeah exactly I I don't wanna be too bearish here I do think we're gonna get through this I do think the economy's gonna recover we do expect twenty twenty one to be a better year for both the economy and for corporate earnings but I think the point I'm really trying to make is one the markets had awfully big blue short period of time hello I don't see the market digest that a little bit and second I just think this going into earnings season right here today there's a lot of uncertainty I prefer to see us start to get into somebody's company reports see what companies are telling about profitability before really getting aggressive in adding capital light here and that's really what he's the chief investment strategist at William o'neil I feel like every time he comes into the studio and obviously we were remote in this conversation I also have a calming effect did you feel that like he's very sensible he knows his technicals really really well and he just has a nice way about him well he understands the market is in a lot of cycles and then he looks at it you know numerically statistically looks at those trends and I thought what was fascinating Jason as he talked about how we need to see leadership companies come back in terms of driving the market for this bounce back to really be sustainable he also look for any said twenty twenty one will be better for earnings they've gotta be right because we know twenty twenty is not going to be so great but I agree calming thoughtful and certainly look forward about where we go from here when it comes to the financial markets you're listening to Bloomberg business week and admit this last year maybe a little more optimism we hear from Blake McCaskey founder chief.
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"One man is dead three others have been hurt in a stabbing incident at a shopping plaza in Austin Texas police sergeant David Daniel says it began in the coffee shop with a suspect attacking another person people in that shop had detained the man as police arrived but he somehow broke free went into a restaurant stabbed two men killing one Daniels as I'm out managed to get on the top of the roof over here of this business and ended up dropping off the roof and sustained
"david daniel" Discussed on KGO 810
"David Daniel KGO whether it's going to be in the fifties just about everywhere around the bay area today a chance of some scattered showers popping up here there then chilly tonight lows around the freezing mark in the coldest spots partly cloudy no rain in store for tomorrow if you're going shopping looks good temperatures will be in the fifties again wind and rain coming in Saturday maybe continuing through Tuesday I'm Clark read KGO eight ten hi Doug Andrew here when you reach age seventy and a half if you don't need the money out of an IRA or four oh one K. many times you're told just to take required minimum distributions or R. M. dis thinking that saves tax that's often the worst advice I can prove that you're likely not saving tax in the long run your compounding the problem and increasing the taxes you'll pay an IRA or four oh one K. is the best savings bond the government ever came up with for themselves if you have money trapped in an IRA or four one K. learn how you can do a strategic rollout to avoid pain unnecessary taxes for a half day learn how to retire by design we're teaching an Alamo Wednesday December fourth in the morning Palo alto afternoon liver more Thursday December fifth in the morning Santa Clara in the afternoon they're free call now eight hundred five three two twenty seventy six to register and get details call eight hundred five three two twenty seventy six hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie it's me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming.
"david daniel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"David Daniel has that on the Hollywood minute coming up first this is America in the morning I'm John trout president trump may be distancing himself from his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani when it comes to his actions in Ukraine correspondent Linda Kenyan has that story as the house impeachment inquiry moves to the next venue the house Judiciary Committee Rudy Giuliani seems to be getting more tension the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon someone says he was directed by president trump to work with Giuliani on Ukraine matters others including former envoys Ukraine Kurt Volker and energy secretary Rick Perry allegedly were directed to do the same now the president appears to be denying that he directed guiliani to go to Ukraine and seek out political investigations on his behalf congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz calls this preposterous watching Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump contradict themselves contradict one another with all the evidence that is very clear that they did the coordinates and that the president did directionally ani is like watching a snake eat itself Wasserman Schultz also says the president's denial contradicts his own words to the Ukrainian president in the transcript released by the White House of trump's July twenty fifth phone call that is central to the impeachment pro congressman Adriano as Beyonce's all roads lead to Giuliani silence said that the president directed him to Giuliani the July twenty fifth our conversation was a Liski lease to Giuliani so obviously he's a central figure he appears to be a central figure but was he freelancing without the president's knowledge of his day to day operations in Ukraine you're ready as other clients other than me that's the president in an interview with conservative radio host bill O. Reilly responding to a question about whether he directed guiliani to go to Ukraine and put the heat on officials there to investigate Joe Biden and a son hunter well the president put a hold on the release of US military aid to Ukraine and while in Ukraine guiliani allegedly was mining aside deal for his own profit Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn't buying the president's to Niles I listen to hours upon hours of depositions where we had the witnesses tell us that they were aware that there was direction by the president to Rudy guiliani to engage in pushing the Ukraine through the Ukrainians to launch investigations in exchange for the release of the foreign aid Adriaan SP artisan buying the president's denials either clearly he he he had confidence in him he's expressed confidence in him onto the landscape to Tucson when this wall that you give it he instructed them to go directly to him as for guiliani it may be very well that he's for him under the bus on foxnews guiliani says no way I say things written like he's going to throw me under the bus right when they say that you say he is in but I have insurance windy Kenyan Washington from house to house and state to state the thanksgiving meal may be a little different but that twenty till our Jan Johnson tells us you might still be able to guess some of the favorites more than eighteen ten thanksgiving males have Turkey on the table along side the bird in order a favorite mashed potatoes stuffing or dressing if you prefer dinner rolls cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes for desert pumpkin hi has little competition a YouGov survey also found there's a four in ten chance that him will be at the heart of a southerners feast with mac and cheese is a popular side dish and in the Midwest mashed potatoes rank as the number one site well the rest of the country put stuffing or dressing at the top of the list I'm Jim Johnson politics is not serving recommended for dinner anymore especially this day Jim Bohannon takes it from here at nineteen till thanksgiving is here and we thought we would talk with the repeat guests gill robin pay the psychotherapist of speaker and author and by the way as she is the author of of meeting people it's not a game once again we see families getting together under circumstances that may not be ideal because we are a deeply divided people have those sad as it is the fact is of partisan politics could very well Mar your holiday Jill how serious a problem is this well it's it's a pretty serious I have a lot of young people that come to see me that are millennials engine sees and did they get quite upset because they get caught up in what's going on in social media and in social media is you don't get the whole information everything is sort of snippets and so because of that everything gets blown up out of proportion so things get where people are getting very emotional and so they only are getting one side of things and so it's causing people to have a lot of problems with families and so a lot of people choose not to discuss politics because they get so heated they either choose not to discuss it or to not hang out with the people in their family that are of a different political faith now I that's the choice of many of us have had to make it and of course I get paid to to talk to the country about very so controversial and often the highly partisan topics I have a number of friends who disagree with me politically and we have pretty much reached the agreement to disagree that is to say our discussions together can cover a variety of issues from feeling how's the family how's the weather how's that sports team but we tend to steer clear of such a sword SubDiv now we both know that we're we're aware of politics and we we know what's going on we also know from past experience that that often it just doesn't work to talk about it now again I have a few other friends who don't seem to get the message and we will try to bring this stuff up and it can create a real problem because as try it try as you might sometimes these issues are so deeply divisive that the it's almost impossible to conduct a conversation without destroying what ought to be a so Jill gathering exactly and people don't really realize that when people talk about politics that there are certain regions of the brain that light up when you talk about politics there are two regions one that affects us emotionally and then one portion that is our personal identity switches yeah when you talk about politics you're cutting off somebody's arm because your values and your beliefs are just and so deeply and so when you do talk politics people take it personally and so that people just need to sort of step away when people are talking politics who can do it Jim some people can do it but when you see someone and their face starts to twitch and her face starts to get red that's time that you need to maybe change the topic and believe me I I as I say I get paid to talk and I I frankly as a general rule trying not to approach even my show as just a a shedding he'd not light moment but it's very difficult and I've discovered under social circumstances when I'm trying desperately to maintain a social circumstance but sometimes I fall short I. slip into the the the trap if you will of of the starting to express my real feelings of their very much out of sync with the person with whom I'm speaking I care about that person I care about them because their family or close friend and again it's just better I found to disappear clear of a doubt that the station I just threw it is worth I think pursuing as is often said you get to pick your friends you don't get to pick your family and we're at the time of year we're in this family that gets together and and maybe you wouldn't have picked old uncle Harry who it's the sauce a little too much or what have you but the fact is their family please address that in the context of what we're talking about right exactly so one thing you don't one thing that is missing and I someone brought it up to me just the other day gratitude this is thanksgiving and we have forgotten or a lot of people have forgotten that we just need to be thankful for what we have so when we're getting together with our peeps or appears and families and friends we need to just be thankful for the here and now and being with those people Jill robin pain psychotherapist and author is.
"david daniel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"David Daniel has that on the Hollywood minute coming up first this is America in the morning I'm John trout president trump may be distancing himself from his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani when it comes to his actions in Ukraine correspondent Linda Kenyan has that story as the house impeachment inquiry moves to the next venue the house Judiciary Committee Rudy Giuliani seems to be getting more tension the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon someone says he was directed by president trump to work with Giuliani on Ukraine matters others including former envoys Ukraine Kurt Volker and energy secretary Rick Perry allegedly were directed to do the same now the president appears to be denying that he directed Giuliani to go to Ukraine and seek out political investigations on his behalf congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz calls this preposterous watching Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump contradict themselves contact one another with all the evidence that is very clear that they did to coordinate and that the president did directionally ani is like watching a snake eat itself Wasserman Schultz also says the president's denial contradicts his own words to the Ukrainian president in the transcript released by the White House of trump's July twenty fifth phone call that is central to the impeachment pearl congressman Adriano as Beyonce's all roads lead to guiliani silence said that the president directed him to Giuliani the July twenty fifth our conversation was a Liski leased to Giuliani so obviously he's a central figure he appears to be a central figure but was he freelancing without the president's knowledge of his day to day operations in Ukraine it already has other clients other than me that's the president in an interview with conservative radio host bill O. Reilly responding to a question about whether he directed guiliani to go to Ukraine and put the heat on officials there to investigate Joe Biden and a son hunter well the president put a hold on the release of US military aid to your crane and while in Ukraine guiliani allegedly was mining aside deal for his own profit Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn't buying the president's to Niles I listen to hours upon hours of depositions where we had the witnesses tell us that they were aware that there was direction by the president to Rudy guiliani to engage in pushing the you claim their their plans to launch investigations in exchange for the release of the foreign aid Adriaan SP artisan buying the president's denials either clearly he he he had confidence in him he's expressed confidence in him to the landscape to to silence while they get it he instructed them to go directly to him as for guiliani it may be very well the he's for him under the bus on fox news guiliani says no way saying things were and why she's gonna throw me under the bus right when they say that I you say he is in but I have insurance windy Kenyan Washington from house to house and state to state the thanksgiving meal may be a little different but that twenty till our Jan Johnson tells us you might still be able to guess some of the favorites more than eighteen ten thanksgiving meals have Turkey on the table along side the bird in order of favorites mashed potatoes stuffing or dressing if you prefer dinner rolls cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes for desert pumpkin hi has little competition a YouGov survey also found there's a four in ten chance that him will be at the heart of a southerner species with mac and cheese is a popular side dish and in the Midwest mashed potatoes rank as the number one site while the rest of the country put stuffing or dressing at the top of the list I'm Jim Johnson politics is not serving recommended for dinner anymore especially this day Jim Bohannon takes it from here at nineteen till thanksgiving is here and we thought we would talk with a repeat guests gill robin pay a psychotherapist of speaker and author and by the way as she is the author of a meeting people it's not a game once again we see families getting together under circumstances that may not be ideal because we are a deeply divided people that that's sad as it is the fact is a partisan politics could very well Mar your holiday Jill how serious a problem is this well it's it's a pretty serious I have a lot of young people that come to see me that are millennials engine sees and they get quite upset because they get caught up in what's going on in social media and in social media is you don't get the whole information everything is sort of snippets and so because of that everything gets blown up out of proportion so things get where people are getting very emotional and so they only are getting one side of things and so it's causing people to have a lot of problems with families and so a lot of people choose not to discuss politics because they get so heated the either choose not to discuss or to not hang with the people in their family that are of a different political faith now I that's the choice of many of us have had to make it and of course I get paid to to talk to the country about very so controversial and often a highly partisan topics I have a number of friends who disagree with me politically and we have pretty much reached the agreement to disagree that is to say our discussions together can cover a variety of issues from are you feeling how's the family how's the weather how's that sports team but we tend to steer clear of such a such subject now we both know that were were aware of politics and we we know what's going on we also know from past experience that that often it just doesn't work to talk about it now again I have a few other friends who don't seem to get the message and we will try to bring this stuff up and it can create a real problem because as try as a try as you might sometimes these issues are so deeply divisive that the it's almost impossible to conduct a conversation without destroying what ought to be a so Jill gathering exactly and people don't really realize that when people talk about politics that there are certain regions of the brain that light up when you talk about politics there are two regions one that affects us emotionally and then one portion that is our personal identity switches when you talk about politics you're cutting off somebody's arm because your values and your beliefs are just happen in and so deeply and so when you do talk politics people take it personally and so that people just need to sort of step away when people are talking politics some people can do it Jim some people can do it but when you see someone and their face starts to twitch and her face starts to get red that's time that you need to maybe change the topic and believe me I I as I say I get paid to talk and I I frankly as a general rule try not to approach even my show as just a a shedding heat not light moment but it's very difficult and I've discovered under social circumstances what I'm trying desperately to maintain a social circumstance that sometimes I fall short I. slip into the the the trap if you will of of the starting to express my real feelings of their very much out of sync with the person with whom I'm speaking I care about that person I care about them because their family or close friend and again it's just better I found to despair clear of it now that the station I just threw it is worth I think pursuing as is often said you get to pick your friends you don't get to pick your family and we're at the time of year or in this family that gets together and and maybe you wouldn't have picked old uncle Harry who it's the sauce a little too much or what have you but the fact is there is there Malina please address that in the context of what we're talking about right exactly so one thing you you know one thing that is missing and someone brought it up to me just the other day gratitude this is thanksgiving and we have forgotten or a lot of people have forgotten that we just need to be thankful for what we have so we're getting together with our peeps or appears and families and friends we need to just be thankful for the here and now and being with those people Jill robin pain psychotherapist and.
"david daniel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Hollywood, I'm David Daniel. Going to the big screen. I'm nick. Now, this Bloomberg sports update the islanders now two games to none on their best of seven first round playoff series against Pittsburgh, beating the penguins three to one at the Nassau Coliseum era. Good Branson had given Pittsburgh of one nothing lead midway through the second period, Anthony pavilion, even the score at one less than three minutes later, and then Jordan Everley. Josh bailey. Scored in the third period to seal the islander win, Robin Leonard stopped thirty two shots on goal and game. Three scheduled for Sunday in Pittsburgh at twelve noon at Yankee Stadium Bianchi's drop their four zero losing arranged or nine to six contest. So the Chicago White Sox Eloy Jimenez Homer twice for the White Sox. His first two major league home runs. Brett Gardner homered for the Yankees his third. See savannah returns from the injured list later this afternoon and gets the start for the but the case continue to get bad news on the injury front before the game. They lost another key player when they placed catcher Gary Sanchez on the injured list, the slugger dealing with a strained left. Capi as the twelfth Yankee player. Currently on the injured list, and then and Potenza now apparently needs a cortisone shot due to inflammation in his shoulder. After a horrid start this past Sunday when he wants seven and allowed sudden runs Zack Wheeler much better on Friday in Atlanta. Allowing just two runs on six hits over six innings helping the Mets to a six two win over the Braves. Brandon Nimmo Homer drove in two and half three hits and Jeff McNeil doubled into runs. The Mets have now won three in a row. The top of the leaderboard is crowded after two rounds of play at the masters from Cesco Molinari Jason day Brooks KEPCO, Adam Scott Lewis in are in a five-way tie for the lead at seven-under who stays in China sixty six on Friday. And then there's Tiger Woods. He's just one shot off the lead and says he's happy to be in a good position. And during.
"david daniel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Captain marvel continues to dominate at the box office taking in another sixty nine point three million over the weekend in North America. Finishing a distant second wonder park with sixteen million more moving news now with David Daniel on the Hollywood minute. That's a dangerous. If you can stay in there for more than five seconds. You're in the program, a flurry of films opened in limited release this weekend. But none had more horsepower than the Mustang. The drama about a prison inmate who bonds with a wild horse made an estimated seventy six thousand dollars in just four theaters for a per theater. Average of nearly nineteen thousand dollars the Mustang is set to move into wider release over the next few weeks. There's nothing to lose Beto Rourke lost his US Senate race, but a documentary about the politician running with Beto is a winner. The film won the documentary spotlight prize and audience voted award at the south by southwest film festival in Austin, Texas. Aerobics home state a complete list of winners can be found at Essex S, W dot com. Challenge is as we do the best. We can Jackie Chan is ready to climb higher than ever. According to the Hollywood. Reporter the movie icon is set to star in climbers. An epic action film about the first Chinese mountaineers to summit Mount Everest. The film is currently shooting in China and reportedly expected in theaters next year in Hollywood, I'm David Daniel. It's three till in Tel Aviv. Life. Just got a little safer for people. Evan Haning reports who don't pay attention when crossing the street smartphone zombies people who crossed the street staring down at their phones instead of staring like deer into the headlights of the car is about to run them down. Now have a new gadget that may prolong their lives. Traffic engineers in Tel Aviv heaven stalled a special LED.
"david daniel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ready to tell the story about the devastating wildfires that obliterated the town of paradise California. Speaking at the Sundance film festival he says the project will be done with national geography films and has the working title. Rebuilding paradise twenty three before the hour. Now coming up, the boy who would be king David Daniel has that. I this is America in the morning. I'm John trout. Two plans that would reopen all of government failed to gain sixty votes in the Senate that prompted a new push for three weeks spending Bill, but President Trump says he wants a down payment on his border wall money for which is at the heart of the shutdown stalemate. Bob Costantini has the latest. President Trump open to new ideas following failed Senate votes on his proposal and Democrats plan to simply reopen government. He gives a blessing to Senator Lindsey Graham idea for three weeks of funding for the closed. Parts of government with talks, then resuming about how much money for border wall versus for border security, one of the ideas suggested as they open it. They pay a down payment for the wall, which people three that you need the down payment idea leaves a lot of room for changes making it attractive for compromise. The president is happy Senate leaders are talking about ways to end the shutdown going so far as to seem to want to stay out. Of the discussions if they come to a reasonable agreement. I would support it. There's no warning. Or is it half? I only look I have other alternatives. If I have to the alternatives that's been put aside, but might get new life. Mr. Trump declaring a national emergency along the southern border that he believes would let him shift billions of dollars in allocated money to the project. It is bound to prompt court challenges that could delay construction for many months, but allow government to reopen that would not be in time for the eight hundred thousand federal workers who are missing another payday and the White House was hit with accusations. Did it can't bring itself to care about their plate commerce secretary Wilbur Ross doesn't understand why unpaid federal workers would need to stand in food Bank lines. He tells CNBC they should take out loans. Well,.
"david daniel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Television stars on hand many consider it Hollywood's biggest night more from correspondent David Daniel is he looks at the top contenders on the movie side. A star is born is looking to start paving. It's pass to Oscar gold with a Golden Globes. Win for best film drama, the experts at gold, derby dot com, considerate. The overwhelming favourite with lady Gaga an equally strong contender for best actress in a drama and Bradley Cooper in the running for best actor in a drama. He also has a shot at best director. But the favourite there is Al Fonseca Koran for Roma. Cooper's main rival for best actor Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody. Yes, both men play musicians, and they're up for best actor in a drama in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. And I'm Barton. Now this Bloomberg sports update. Good bowl game. At the Staples Center. The next leading the Lakers one ten to one oh nine in the fourth quarter numerous lead changes back and forth on this final corner. The next ten of fourteen point lead at the end of the first corner the Lakers playing without LeBron James who may miss the next week with a groin injury. Tim Hardaway junior leading the next with twenty points. Frank ntilikina had to leave this game for the next with an ankle injury. Meanwhile, the nets notch another victory as they continue to legitimize their playoff aspirations Brooklyn defeated Memphis, one nine one hundred avenging a double overtime loss to the grizzlies in November. If the season ended today the nets would have the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Brooklyn has won eleven of their last fourteen Dangelo russula twenty three points and Tennessee tomorrow Carolina twenty points, including a season high five three pointers in the NHL the devils in the midst of a four game road trip after losing to Dallas Wednesday night, the devils outlast Arizona three to two in a shootout victory in Glendale. Arizona's blade Coleman Nico. He Scher the devil. Goalscorers? Nathan MacKinnon and Meco Rettendon scored power-play goals early in the first period. Helping Colorado end a six game slide with a six one victory over the visiting Rangers. Ryan Strom scored the Rangers lone goal midway through the third period. And Alexander Georgiev finished with forty one saves. It was the Rangers second consecutive five goal loss. They lost to the penguins. Seven to two on Wednesday night at the garden in baseball news. The Mets are reportedly close to signing right hand reliever. Hector Santiago the eight year veteran in Newark, New Jersey native was six and three in forty nine games with the White Sox last season Gulf Gary woodland chipped in for the first five straight birdies on the back nine Friday on his way to another six hundred sixty seven that gave him a three shot lead going into the weekend at the century tournament of champions in Hawaii card weekend in the NFL later today, Indianapolis accused and at four thirty five and the Seattle Seahawks. Take on Dallas at eight fifteen. With a Bloomberg sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek Bloomberg radio. I'm Carol Massar. I'm.
North America, Hunter Campbell And David Daniel discussed on America in the Morning
"Man into the spider. Verse has swung to the top of the domestic box office in its first weekend. Earning thirty five plus million dollars and on what could be the next blockbuster. In North American theaters, David Daniel has the Hollywood minute. Aquaman is showing plenty of power before it even opens in North America. The super hero film has already hauled in two hundred sixty one million dollars in more than forty international markets. The aquatic adventure debuts in North America Friday photography. It's about lightings about composition about the personality of this subject. I'm an artist that would have been a pain of hunter Campbell was invented Mapplethorpe.
'First Man' Box Office: Ryan Gosling Pic Opens to $16.6 Million
"Week last weekend. Venom and a star is born got the October box office off to a record-breaking start both movies figure to do. Well again this weekend. But three new challengers are opening in wide release David Daniel looks at how they're expected to fare. Furious. I man launches its box office mission this weekend. Ryan Gosling stars in the historical personal look at Neil Armstrong's path to his iconic first steps on the moon box office analysts see the drama blasting off with
Henri Bendel, Bloomberg and Trump discussed on Inside Europe
"The predator. I think they're attempting hybridization despite a casting controversy and mediocre reviews. The predator is ready to attack the box office industry. Watchers say the sequel is cracking open with twenty five to thirty million dollars or more giving it a chance to top the none for first
Deputies shoot man who opened fire at racetrack before Ice Cube concert
"Two boats crashed and sunk on the Colorado river throwing more than a dozen people who are on board into the water Mavi county sheriff's office says a recreational boat carrying ten people and another vessel with six people on board collided head on Saturday night on a well, traveled stretch of. The weather river, that marks the border between, California and Arizona The San. Diego Sheriff's department says a man who has told no more tickets were.
US, China and Tim Conway discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"With twenty five. Million dollars almost as much as it made in its debut weekend in Hollywood I'm David Daniel One of the stars of the Carol Burnett show. Tim Conway is. Reportedly suffering from? Dementia Conway's daughter Kelly, wants to, have charge of his medical treatments. Claiming the eighty four year olds
The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Monday June 18)
"Hawking's ashes were interred between the graves of charles darwin answer isaac newton and his family members dignitaries and a select few members of the public celebrated his life a european space agency antenna in spain beamed his voice out into space toward a black hole hawking's mechanical but very familiar voice was accompanied by music composed for the occasion by van jealous the greek composer who won an oscar for chariots of fire stephanie who taught at asian college pleaded guilty this week in a michigan circuit court to a charge of unauthorized computer access authorities say yaas locked into other people's email accounts without permission over a four day period last year at the college reset everyone's passwords and assigns everyone the same temporary password and other professor learned what y'all had done and told school officials the seven episode jeopardy winner was later fired yasa's winning streak in two thousand twelve was a record at the time for a female contestant it was later broken wonder woman took place during world war one now the sequel is set some seventy years later warner brothers has released the first images for wonder woman nineteen eightyfour including gal gadot back as the title character and the return of chris pine as steve trevor even though his character apparently died in the original how small dumbo director tim burton's live action take on the classic tale of the big eared elephant who could fly the popular pachyderms arrives theaters next march double duty for julia roberts the oscar winning actress is set to star in and produce the feature drama little be based on the chris cleave novel show play a british magazine editor who connects with a young nigerian girls seeking asylum no word when little be will hit the big screen in hollywood i'm david daniel news when you want it twenty four seven w g o w news is our first name usually the eleven fifty rush limbaugh live loon till three on eleven fifty w g o w a m twenty eighteen campground there's families here there's other folks here just part there's parties going to be happening this weekend daryl you're throwing one on monday yes so for the other party which is going to be the final party of fork fast at a party that i'm throwing as the after the athletic event correct including a beer mile yes i and a few others there are two competing calendars that i know.
North Korea warns US as it suspends South Korea talks over military drills
"The new movie about the rock group queen david daniel has a preview before the hour is up on the hollywood minute north korea has a warning for the us suspend military exercises with south korea or risk a cancellation of the upcoming trump kim jong un summit natasha chen has a report from the nation's capital aides say some in the white house were caught off guard hearing in the media about a warning from north korea the warning came amidst annual joint military exercises between the us and south korea north korea says the us should carefully consider the fate of the plans june twelfth summit in view of what it calls provocative military disturbances with south korea certainly not provocative these are things that we do all around the world with many of our partners and allies these are things that have occurred for decades and decades this morning comes as north korea suspended talks with south korea hours before their meetings were set to resume korea state news agency says the drill was against the penmunjom declaration signed last month between the koreas when they had agreed to stop all hostile acts against each other kim jong un had said previously that he understands the need and the utility of the united states and the republic of korea continuing in its joint exercises there exercises that are legal their planned well well in advance the pentagon says the defensive nature of these combined exercises has been clear for many decades and has not changed the state department says president trump is still planning his summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon set for next month in singapore in washington i'm attache chen you're listening to america in the morning watching events in the careers that twentyone till our jimbohannon guest we're joined by university of maryland economist the business professor dr peter morici he is a.
Jimmy Kimmel quits feud with Sean Hannity, apologizes for joking about Melania Trump
"One point four million dollars oh if you're watching this i'm dead ready player one lost the top spot after one weekend but twenty five point one million dollars gave the adventure ninety seven million in ten days a quiet place made plenty of noise the horror thriller debuted with fifty million dollars more than double studio projections for one of the biggest opening weekends of the year in hollywood i'm david daniel talk show host jimmy kimmel says he's done trading insults with fox's sean hannity began with chemical kimmel mocked the slovenian accident of the first lady melania trump kimmel says that was wrong the insults at he and hannity exchanged last week or harmful to the country hannity says he'll talk about it on his show monday i'm richard johnson i'm nick i'm nick soboleski a selectquote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year a woman named linda.
Actress Cynthia Nixon may challenge Cuomo for New York governor:...
"Actress from sex in the city may be running for office details from correspondent david daniel we must fight hard and yell loud for ourselves we have come too far to be turned back now cynthia nixon politician new york press outlets are reporting that the actress and activists who was criticised and talked about challenging new york governor andrew cuomo is now consulting with veteran political operatives if elected she would be the state's first female and first openly gay governor the deadline for filing for september's primary election is july twelve in sri lanka plans to block social media networks such as facebook viper and once app across the country for three days officials say it's to stop the spread of communal violence the government imposed a state of emergency in the island after buddhist mobs attacked mosques and businesses belonging to minority muslims i'm barbara kusak attention all authors page publishing is looking for authors have you written.