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A highlight from Wives Takeover Special: Crystal & Krista in the Drivers Seat
"Fish on! Hey, Radcast is on! And welcome to the show, Mr. Jim Zumbo. Gentlemen, I am pleased to be here and I use that term loosely when I say gentlemen. Al Winder. Just want to welcome you to the show. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to hang out with us on a podcast for a little bit. I am looking forward to it. Nothing makes me happier than to be clocking the box. Hailing from Wisconsin, Janna Waller. Thanks so much for having me. It's Radcast. Hunting, fishing, and everything in between. Powered by Bowspider. Brought to you by PK Lures and High Mountain Seasonings. And now here's your hosts, Patrick Edwards and David Merrill. Today is a very special episode of Radcast Outdoors because we've kicked the guys out of the studio. We are the wives of the Radcast Outdoors hosts. I am Crystal Merrill. And I'm Krista Edwards. And we are here because we're going to talk about what it's like to be married to someone who is quite literally obsessed with the great outdoors. So the guys are definitely in trouble. Yeah, that's right. We are going to have a good time. We're good. We kicked them out. No boys allowed. And just dive into what it's like to be married and have kids with an outdoors enthusiast. That's obsessed. Yeah. As we know, our husbands love hunting and fishing. David is a hunter and Patrick is a little bit more of a fisherman. So tell me about your experience in the outdoors, Krista. So I was raised down in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and I was my dad's fishing buddy as a kid. We would go fishing just at the lakes that are close by. So the Curt Gowdy State Park lakes, he would take us trout fishing. And then as I got a little older, we would go camping with my grandparents on their pop -up camper trailer. I love doing that. My grandpa, I remember, took us to Hog Park and the Miracle Mile and we got to do some fishing there. I've always liked being outside. I've never been an enthusiast of any sorts or anything, but I've always enjoyed being outside hunting, just outdoor recreational activities as well. How about you? I have the same experience as a kid. I was immersed in the outdoors. My dad was a trapper and a hunter and a little bit of a fish or two. There's a picture that exists of me in a diaper standing in front of a bunch of skinned raccoons in Oregon. That does exist. But when I was a teenager, shot my first black tail deer in Oregon, which is where I grew up. And then in 2009, my dad invited me over here to Wyoming, which is now where I live and love, to an antelope hunt out here in the middle of near Riverton, Wyoming. We got a nice antelope. My husband and I, David, we both shot antelope that time. And then we decided to go explore our lives and travel around a little bit. But eventually we did end up back here in Wyoming. Awesome. What do you love about Wyoming? Except for last year? I love the climate. Yeah, that was brutal. The negative 50s was a little bit much last winter. But I love the open wide open spaces. I love the people how friendly they are and just kind and wholesome and morals. I just love the people here. Yeah, I agree. I have really just grown to love Wyoming. I love the mountains. I love all the outdoor recreational opportunities. I love that you can make close relationships because our biggest towns are still small ones. So it's a small world. I don't ever imagine living anywhere else. We love Wyoming. How about you tell me how you met David and how your relationship came to be? We both grew up in Oregon. We actually met in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. I was a Forest Protection Officer working for the Forest Service. And there's this little mountain house store in the middle of nowhere. And so I would stop in there and I'd get like candy or soda or something on my way. And David was actually a cook there and friends with the owners. He didn't have enough gump to introduce himself to me. So the owner of the store, because David and I were like 17 and 19. When we met, the owner of the store forcibly introduced us and basically told us we were going on a date. And so I think the next day I drove up to the mountain house after work and we watched a movie and talked all night. And that's the history of David and Crystal. The rest is history as they say, right? How about you guys? How did you and Patrick meet? I think we met a couple of times before we actually I don't know. Patrick says that we've met we had met previously, but we actually graduated high school together. We're in the same graduating class. I have vague memories of him there. But we officially started we're introduced by a mutual friend when we were in college down in Cheyenne at the community college down there. One of the new weeks of school, he was standing in line waiting for food. And we because we had been introduced, we started a conversation. He let me cut in line with him for food. We had lunch that day and just started talking and getting to know each other. And like he said, rest is history. We were also young. We were both 19 when we started dating when we first met. We've been married 17 years now. And we have four children, which Patrick has mentioned on the podcast before. Leah, our faith, who is 10. And Benjamin, who is nine, I have to think about that sometimes because they're, they stair step down. How about you? How long have you and David been married? So we've been married 17 years as well. We both I think we both got married in 2006. Didn't we? Yep. Okay. So yeah, we got married in 2006 in Oregon. And yeah, that's the rest of history. So when you first met Patrick, did you really know how obsessed he was with fishing? Because we lived in Cheyenne, I don't know what his passion was when it came to fishing. The opportunities in the Cheyenne area are much less than it is up here in Riverton. And his grandma lived in Riverton. And so when we were first dating, he would come up and visit her, but I didn't always come. So he would fish when he came up here. And then when I would come and visit, we would go fishing. But because it was so sporadic, I didn't realize just what the full depth of the obsession of the hobby, the passion was at that time. So no, I didn't realize when we were married for a few years in 2008, we moved up to Riverton for the first time to help with with his grandma and to help care for her. And it was then a couple years into our marriage that I fully got a full view of how much he really loved it because he had the proximity of Boysen and the ability to go more often. So those I would consider some of our harder years of marriage as we were figuring this out being newlyweds, and also him having these opportunities to go and fish and want to do both be a good husband and stay home but also pursue his hobbies and his passion. So it was then that I really got a full grasp on that. What have you done throughout the years as you've adjusted to being married and realizing how much he loves fishing? What do you guys do together? Do you guys go fishing together a lot now? Is it a family thing? What's the favorite part of being a wife of a husband who just loves the outdoors and has a passion for it? In the beginning, before we had kids, I would go fishing with him sometimes. I will say when we first were married, and I realized that it was difficult, it did create some fights. And we have some fights early on that are in the history books that we can laugh about now today. But as our family has grown when we had kids, it was a great way for us to get outside as a family. And he loves sharing his passion of fishing with children, whether it's our own or anybody else's, he loves teaching people how to fish. So it's been really awesome to see him share that with our family. So we do go as a family and sometimes I don't even fish. I'm just there as referee, making sure that kids aren't dangling up their lines, or I'm helping them pull them out of the water. So bait the hook. Yeah. So he's able to go on a date nights where I just go with him. It's not my passion. I don't mind doing it. I like doing it. But I mainly like spending the time with him. It's really fun to be able to go do something with him that he enjoys so much. And I know that it fills his bucket fills his love tank, whatever you want to call it to be able to do something he enjoys, and to be able to share that with me and with our children. So we do as a family, sometimes it actually has worked out now that our kids are older, that he'll take a couple and leave a couple home with me and he'll take a couple and so that's actually been a really special thing. It gives him the opportunity to spend one on one time or two on one time with with our kids when you have a big family. Sometimes that gets hard with busy schedules and stuff. I don't always go but I've got to a point now in our marriage where I am supportive of him going. I'm to the point now where I recognize the need for him to go when life has been really crazy and he's been really busy or things that work have been really stressful. I can see it and I will encourage him to go where in our early years of marriage when it was just the two of us and we didn't have kids that would not have been the case. I did not want him to go and leave me home alone. But now I say, I see that there's, you're stressed, you should go for half a day or whatever. Because I know that it just helps to renew him and refresh him. And then when he comes home, he's just able to be more present and attentive to our family. And he's just more at peace. So gotta be the support system for the family. And that doesn't mean you always go on these trips. But it looks different. Maybe it means that you cook the fish that he brings home for all the things for the with fish. I cook don't get me wrong. I do cook but he cooks and cleans. There is a learning curve when it comes to cooking fish. We like to cook together. And but he just is really good at fish specifically. I've done a few things and we usually do it together. But yeah, no, when it comes to fishing, he likes doing it all. He loves the catching. He I don't know if he loves the cleaning, but he does the cleaning and then he helps the cooking as well. It's, it's been great. It's been a great way to enjoy it as a family. How about you do fish or hunt with David? Do you guys so we do as a family? Yeah, we do a little bit of everything. Since I've had kids, I have three kids, the youngest is nine months. And so I don't get out as much as I would like. A couple of years ago, we ended up going over by Cody and I got an elk tag and actually harvested a very nice bowl, my first bull elk ever. We dropped the kids off with grandma and we went over there in the winter and harvested a nice bowl. It was awesome. It was nice to get away and do the things as a couple. Now that we have a bigger family, and it's a little bit harder to get out, get everybody ready. Because as a mom, we know that we get everybody ready, we get all the snacks, we get all the clothes, warm and hot and clothes and everything you need to get ready for a trip. It's a lot. It takes a lot more time to prep and prepare. And it's just a lot of effort when you have the kids. But as far as hunting and fishing, I really do enjoy the time. It brings me closer to God. Honestly, the silence, getting away from all the electronics, just the peace of being out in nature is awesome. And I would love to do it more. But I just have to wait till my kids get a little bit older to make it a little easier on everybody. Right. Absolutely. I feel that connection with the Lord as well being out in nature. And then also, just with my husband, the connection there. I don't know how David is. But I can tell you, like when when I went fishing with Patrick, just the two of us, we went a couple of years ago to Keyhole for an anniversary trip. And he was more excited to see me catch fish than than him catching fish. He was going for a trophy. And sometimes I would just read a book while he was trying. But when we started catching crappie and stuff, he would get so excited. And I imagine David's reaction to you getting a big elk was probably the same. And it's just a really special connection that you can have when they they share their love for that. And then it makes when they see somebody that they love, yes, pursuing what they let's just it. It's a cool way to bond. Yes, it is. I will agree. He was actually there with me when I shot my first black tail deer to we were tree stand hunting behind my house and I was climbing up in the tree and he was going to climb up behind me but the deer is already there. Oh, I know eating some apples from the orchard. And so he's standing down there at the bottom of the tree. And of course, I was waiting to get a good rest. I wasn't going to make a poor shot on my first year. I was very patient. The deal wasn't going anywhere. I had plenty of apples. So I was taking my time to get a good shot made a great shot. It was awesome experience for us to just instill that as a new couple and I wish that more couples would get out and do these things together even if you don't necessarily enjoy the sport. Just supporting your spouse. It's a great way to support your spouse just going, doing whatever you can to support them in their passions. Absolutely. When we were dating, it used to be the joke that I would always outfish Patrick whenever we would go fishing when we were dating and first married and I would tease that's why he didn't take me because I would always outfish him. But the real reason why I'd outfish him is because he would set me up in order to catch catch fish. I know this now. Yeah, back then I would tease that I had better skill. I meant that I was doing a better job. But really, he lovingly set me up in a way that I would I'm gonna give you a better lure or a better bait. Yeah, whatever. Yeah. In order for me to have success because then you have fun doing it together like that. Do you have any specific outdoor memories of your family from your childhood or any memories that are your favorite from being in the outdoors with your family? From my growing up years, one of my favorite outdoor memories was a camping trip that I went on with my grandparents and my uncle. My mom is 17 years older than her youngest brother. So my uncle is only like eight years older than I am. We got to do things with him similar to what you would with like a cousin because of the age difference there. We went and I believe it was down by Miracle Mile in a hog park and camped outside. I'd never slept outside open air, no tent, no camper. And he rolled out the sleeping bag like he was going to sleep outside. And I thought that was the coolest thing. So I slept outside open air next to the lake that we were at with my uncle. And so that was really special. I probably was 11 or 12. I don't even remember how old I was. But it's still a memory that sticks with me. And you didn't get carried away by the mosquitoes. Not that I remember. And I remember that was my first wallet I had ever caught. It was on that trip. I had never caught a wallet before. So that was really cool. And then my family. Oh, so many memories as a family with kids now with Patrick and our family, our younger kids. But one of them that I really love was our first camping trip after Katie was born. So Katie's my second. And Leah would have been a year and a half, two years old. Katie was five weeks old, sitting in a tent, nursing my five week old baby while camping. And this trip was so hectic. We got lost on our way. When we got to the lake, Patrick started catching fish immediately. It was like some of the best fishing he'd ever been to. We went to, I can't remember what it's called, a lake in Nebraska. And when we woke up the next day, we camped one whole night, the whole tent set up, the stress of we had to go home. So it was like less than a 24 hour trip. It was so stressful. And looking on it now, it's not a favorite. If you think, that was a wreck. We were a mess. But at the same time, it was just the beginning of we're just going to go no matter how hard this is, we're going to try anyways. And so that was a jumping off point for us on just family camping trips. And we've done many more, always having good parts and always having stressful parts like using the set up, the extra packing with kids and whatnot. So sleeping out under the stars really reminds me of a funny story from David and I when we were first dating, I was, you know, working for the Forest Service. So I was supposed to know all these different trails and everything and be able to read a map. Well, Crystal forgot the map, we were going to go to Danica Lake in Oregon. It's beautiful. I've been there. I hiked in there for my work. And I was going to take David in there, we're going to go fishing. It took a wrong turn on the trail. And we ended up not going into the wilderness, but staying near like a logging trail. And we came out to a place where I knew I was familiar with it was, we had hiked probably 10 miles that day, Danica Lake was not a 10 mile hike. And we get to a place and we just go to a lake that's right off of the road. It's a gravel road, but it's right off the road. And we were just gonna sleep out underneath the stars, we put a tarp down, had our sleeping bags, and we went to sleep woke up the next morning. And David says, I hear something scratching. Oh my goodness. So we look around us. And because we laid out our stuff almost in dark, we laid our tarp down on top of an ants nests or high ant flow area. And they weren't the small ants. These are the big ants. So he now has an ant in his ear. And we are probably two hours from any hospital or anything. Oh my goodness is before I'm a nurse. So I didn't know what to do. I've never had this encounter before. So we were, he was freaking out because something was in his head, scratching. And he's not a calm person around this kind of things. Anyways, I come up with this idea to drop some water into his ear to flood the ant out. And luckily it worked. But to this day, I will never live down the fact that we never made it to Danica Lake. Oh, you never went back? Never made it. Oh, bummer. So it's always this story of if Crystal plans a trip, are we really gonna make it to Danica Lake? Or are we gonna make it somewhere else? You just never know. And then as far as outdoor stories with my family, one of my favorite memories is when I harvested a moose here in Wyoming in 2017. We didn't know the area. So we were just hiking around and we came across a bull moose that was shootable. And the awesome thing was, my oldest son Hunter was probably three or four at the time. And he was on the shoulders of David. David was carrying him when I shot my moose. Oh, cool. So we had this experience together. My father in law was there too. We shot this moose and my son was able to be a part of that experience. And not that he is super enthusiastic about hunting yet. He's 10. And so he's interested in video games and other things like that. But it's a great family memory for us to remember. And then with my middle child, Drake, my dad took me out around Riverton to get an antelope and antelope buck because I for some reason when we first moved here, I drew antelope buck tags almost every year. Nice. Nobody else did. I don't know. So I got to spend that time with the Drake as well when I was harvesting that antelope buck and there's pictures of him sitting on my lap with the antelope and we harvested it together. We butchered it together at home. We do actually most of our own butchering and processing of our meats. That's great. And I think Patrick does the same, doesn't he? With his fish and whatever. Absolutely. Yeah. And the kids, it's a great way to teach them. It's one of those things that kind of get lost in our culture. I feel like today where a lot of kids and I'm not saying necessarily Wyoming kids because we live in a state where it's a little unique, but a lot of times kids don't know where their food comes from. And so whether it is game, wild game and fish, or it's things like poultry and pork and beef, we both have chickens on our properties and we raise pigs. And I know that you guys have done so in the past before. It's just such a good experience for kids to see the whole process. It's not just I went to the store and bought the ass. We went, when you hunt, you harvest it as well as bring it home, clean it, cook it, and then eat it. Same when you raise your own animals or eggs or whatever. It's just good for kids to know that it's not just go to the grocery store, that there is work involved, that it's not actually that easy. And it just brings a greater appreciation for your food as well as for the people who do, our farmers and our ranchers, who raise the food that we eat. And the quality of your food. Absolutely. That's what I love about processing my own game is you can be super fine with how you butcher it. You can be selective with the meats and you can, we do a lot of hamburger. It's not hamburger, it's elk burger, venison burger. Right. We treat it like hamburger and it tastes delicious and we love it and my kids love it and all of these different recipes that we have that we use with wild game because it cooks differently. Absolutely. You can't just cook elk like you can a normal beef steak. It takes a little more love and tenderness for sure. So talking about our kids and getting them involved. So you have three boys, 10, four and nine months, right? Yes. So with your kids, what have you found to be ways to get them outdoors? Because it is extra work, you do have to prepare. You're not just thinking about going to and hunting or going to the lake and fishing. You have to think about all their needs and all the things that you might need for the day to keep them occupied or whatever. So what kinds of tips and things have you found that help? And then also, how have you been motivated to make sure you get your kids outdoors because it is extra work? So how have you motivated yourself to continue doing the work to get them there? So some of the things that I have found that works for my kids to keep them, for lack of a better word, entertained during hunting because it's not always entertaining. They can play with sticks and rocks but they do eventually get bored and then they do eventually get hungry and or cold or hot. So you have to plan for those things because you want for kids the experience to be a positive one. You don't want them to look back and say, oh, I was so cold or I was so hungry and mom and dad didn't have any snacks for me. So you got to plan for those things. Sometimes you do better than others. As far as what I do to the effort, it is important to put that effort out. Yes, it is time consuming but I know it's good for their soul. It's good for my soul to get out even if we just go to Ocean Lake or Morton Lake for the evening and go fishing. It's beautiful to get sit on the beach, listen to the waves come in. It's therapeutic for everybody and it helps everybody's mental health. We just love taking those opportunities to do those small things and I know you do the same thing with your family as well. We do and I always tease that I could be talked out of it every single time. Easily. Yes, especially like the first camping trip of the year when you have to get the camper cleaned and prepped and make sure your supplies are there. Every time we're getting ready to go camping for the first time, I always think we don't have to do this. We can stay home of effort. So much work and so I say that about every trip. You could tell me and say, would you rather stay home? I'd probably say yes to you on a heartbeat. So don't offer that as an option because otherwise I'll probably take you up on it. It's worth it once you get there. You take all the time to prepare the food and to pack all the clothes and to clean up and get the dogs ready and whatever else it is that you need to do in order to get yourselves there. But once you're there and you're set up and you're in nature and you're able to not worry about all the at -home chores and busyness and schedule and you're just able to soak in whatever it might be, it's so worth it. So it's worth the time. It's worth the effort and start. My tip would be to start young. Don't wait till your kids are old enough to hold the fishing pole or do whatever because if you just make it part of your lifestyle to just go and do and be together as a family, then it will get to a point where your kids will look forward to those times. One of the things I also tease about like where people say camping is relaxing and I'm like you have never gone camping with kids. However, we, my family doesn't have little kids anymore. You guys still have a few, a toddler and a baby. But when we got went camping a couple years ago and our kids range from ages 11 to seven and we were able to go and Pat would go fishing and I got to sit in my chair and talk to my friends or read a book and my kids were running around and playing with their friends and and they were all over the place night. I looked at it and I go, oh we've arrived.
"david david" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Hello Matt. Hello. Making his Indian Wells debut. How does it feel? It feels amazing. Yes, I think when you were in tennis or watch tennis, you constantly get told how amazing Indian Wells is and you come here for the first time and you realize that everything everyone says is true and yet at the same time they're also probably words can't really do it justice. You need to see it for yourself. I am I'm in awe at the physical beauty of this place. Yeah, and there will be a lot more on the amazingness of Indian Wells to come. David's here, hello, David David, is making his Indian Wells return. Don't call it a comeback. I'm calling it a comeback. And this time he's got gray hair. 15 years since I was here, and I mean, yeah, trying to explain to my lovely wife how lovely it is when she's in the snow in England at the moment is not easy. And best avoided. Yeah, over the course of the last 24 hours, I sent a sequence of three. What I thought were lovely photos of the three of us sampling the delights of Indian Wells in the sunshine to my family WhatsApp group. And after three of these photos without reply, I then sent a sassy follow-up saying, that's quite a lot of smog photos now without reply. And I just got back from my brother. My fingers are too cold to type. And that's, that's why we've left things hanging on the Whitaker WhatsApp group. So sorry to our listeners and to my family for being quite so quite so pleased with ourselves about where we find ourselves thanks to one location that have brought us here. As a podcast for the very first time, to sample the delights that this tournament has to offer and we are a sampling. Yeah, they brought the right people because the idea I think is to have people who are having a good time and we are having a good time. We are having a good time. Yeah, we are what about 48 hours into this visit to Indian Wells. We all we didn't quite all travel together. Matt and I traveled together on the same flight. And we met David in a plan that felt like it could only go wrong. Two flight scheduled to land at the same time at LAX airport and they sort of did and we met up with David as planned in oversized baggage claim at LAX airport waiting for your golf clubs to arrive, which they duly did. And then waiting to see if we would get a car big enough for them all to fit in. And we did. Yeah, and it turns out the sort of car that is big enough for all of our luggage to fit in is more of a sort of a midsize RV, isn't it? It's so freaking almost. It's a car so large. They just don't make that car in England. See over the roof of it. 6 foot 7. David, David was sliding into our parking space earlier and they had to move the cones. To make it big. Get it in. So yeah, folks, we are having a very lovely time, aren't we? Yesterday was a sort of settling in day, wandering around, watching Matt react to Indian Wells for the first time watching David. So you could all in I felt like I was experiencing it all for the first time kind of via osmosis. Through both Matt walked into the media center. Discovered that the media seating on stadium one is literally inside the media center and he just turned around and said, I'm never leaving. It makes so much sense. It's so great. You can literally be at your desk and watching tennis at the same time. I love it. And then all the way out to the media center today. I was coming to this. Giving away free dates. I can't believe we thought we'd peaked with wireless charging at the desk in Melbourne. What small fry, that seems now. Now that three dates are three dates. Matt fasman of The New York Times was catching two packets. And we've heard all too well, ten minute version. Twice. Taylor Swift has been pumped out. I mean, it's like they really have laid out the red carpet for us. Yeah, it's been quite a couple of days yesterday. It was mostly just settling in, getting our bearings, just trying to wipe the grins off our faces and today was media day. Where most of the top players came through the press conference room and spoke to us and other assorted journalists will be bringing you the best of our impressions, is that is that overbilling it? No. I won't be doing impressions of them, but yeah. The gist of what they said will be we'll be breaking down the draw a little bit for you, certainly the highlights of the draw. The draw that, by the way, has already started, as we come to you, we are watching first round action on our screen at tennis podcast towers is Anna kalinskaya playing a leisure parks and it's not going all too well for Alicia parks is that she's having, in fact, let's be Frank about this. She's having an absolute shocker. I think she must be nervous. She's panicking. It's going dreadfully. She can barely win a match outdoors. Alicia park since winning that title in Leon anyway. We dwell on the negative. For too long, there are far too many positives to keep you up to date with, including a very exciting bit of news, which is that we're going to have a new competition to offer you with a very, very, very, very, very special prize. And I'm going to do a radio presenter Y thing, hey David, and I'm going to say stay tuned. For more details of that later in the show. Yeah, that'll stop them. Pressing battle. Yeah. And they'll also be news of how you can how you can meet us if you are coming to Indian Wells. There's no way to say that. There's no way to say that without sounding like an absolute tool. So I've said it and I'll be saying it again. We'll be doing we'll be doing meet and greets. Depending on demand, we'll either be doing meet and greets or standing around. Pretending that that's where we just want to hang out. We're talking amongst ourselves. Yeah, so please, please come. Please come to the Steve fogel's international tennis tools booth on the site at the Indian Wells tennis garden. We'll be doing meet and greets every day. Subject to demand. We'll see how tomorrow goes.
"david david" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The numbers themselves because we are going to want to see Goldman still beat on the things that they're good at, that is fixed income trading. We have Morgan Stanley bringing a 33% jump at that business. We want them to hold strong and equities because it's a time to gain share when the whole industry has been shaken up and consumer, we've been talking about it all day. You guys were talking about it this morning, those rise and deposit rates at Goldman have been higher and you are seeing numbers come out now as we speak. So let's take a look at those. But really, to your point here, they have been spending more for those deposits as they build this business. Are they going to see that as something that was worthwhile or something that they need to change course on? I'll pick up a couple of the numbers. And you can get digging into it as well. So third quarter investment banking revenue $1.54 billion, the estimate 1.63 billion. Third quarter training revenue 6.2 billion, the estimate 5.69 billion. If you break that down between equities and fick, let's do equities first. Equity sales and trading revenue 2.68 billion the estimate 2.65, looking at fick here's finale sales and trading revenue 3.53 billion the estimate 3.04. So that strong beat, right? That's what I was talking about right there. And as they consolidate those trading and investment banking businesses, you have them coming in stronger than their rivals. And I think that's where the robber hits the road for Goldman Sachs. Now, again, they are putting out all those details on what that new business looks like. I think this will take a while today for the market to absorb. As David Solomon walks the market through those numbers because again, what does this mean for the future of Goldman Sachs? You are looking at revenue coming in above expectations. You're looking at ROE also coming in above expectations really matching that of Morgan Stanley. They are more efficient than Morgan Stanley, typically, but again, if they're making the same in terms of returns, what is the market going to prefer? Very quickly here. We're going to come back after we digest these numbers as well. I look at the long-term track record and it costs four or 5, 6 managements. Big banks outperform Goldman Sachs. His Goldman Sachs been a decade or two decade underperformer. I mean, you're looking at today, it trades at less than price to book. Wells Fargo is even more than that time. Wells Fargo trades at a higher book. Yes. That's stunning. Exactly. And all the problems that it has and still has, you are still seeing them trade higher than Goldman Sachs that does not have half the regulatory overhang today than it did have 5 years ago even. So what is it that the market is not latching onto with Goldman Sachs? You are seeing the market now rewarding Goldman for those trading numbers really again much stronger than all of its peers. So they're not showing just a strength in a tough market. They're showing market share gains. I should note, thank you. Stick around, Lisa, upper back 2% in the free market. How much does this gave David David Solomon a bit more lifeline to build out his vision? We'll continue building out these numbers for you in
"david david" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"He did it. I mean, you could just agree. Yeah, I agree. I agree. I would love Noelle. I would love to buy you a boat. Okay. I'll agree. Okay. Yeah. So there you go. Now they have matching corduroy jackets on. I love these jackets. Okay, so let me ask you a question. Do you think because a lot of clothing is gendered? Yeah. Are they getting men's clothing? Women's clothing, gender, neutral clothing. Like, what's happening here? It looks men's I think. Yeah. Okay. But I like that. Listen, she's in my style. I like that a lot. So now they're driving to Chicago. I didn't realize that they were going to be driving. And we too, we find out a big secret. What's the secret? The secret is that David David David, sorry, I don't know, I just write it, David, so I say it. No, I know, I know. David put him in a three days, it explains a lot. Okay, but is this real Noelle? Okay, I have to tell you, I made a home now, a coma. I have to tell you, my dad would not let me be friends with David anymore. I can't believe that this is a lot. Okay, thank you. Yeah. Thank you. I gotta tell you something. When I was younger, one of my friends bit me real hard on the calf when I was trying to save her when I was beating the living, you know, what out of her. And I'm not friends with her anymore. But that's the thing. How can you accept this back into your life in a coma? I don't know. I need to coma. We know you're listening. Clear this up for us. Okay, but also, yeah, but also, did you make this up for the show? I would have made this up. Here's the thing. I don't think he was in a coma. I think he was like in a fire. Right. Maybe he had a concussion. He might have had a concussion. He had a coma, a coma. Like they didn't know if you were going to live or die. They had to change your bedding. You had bad sores. You have a thing with bed sores. I'm very scared of them. I know you are..
"david david" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"That's know all this no not this date it's holly oh that's right. I know i said i've been let go. I'm going down to the minors been. I've been sent down. I get ya you david david number two. Yeah i've been. I've been deified. I gotcha you are you. People do call dave right they do like my wife is the only one who's ever called dave so we can. We can go dave and david. I think david should be i when we retitled show. Okay so that's david make. This shoehorn himself is here leading. And sometimes i thought i was doing so well. Now i'll over. I always had you know i feel. I feel like wally pipped. Now all of a sudden lou. Gehrig is coming in and just taken over the new york yankees joe for a long time ago when when we were back in high school this is actually today the twentieth anniversary of one. We really became close because he. This is a true story. As opposed to all the other line. Okay september eleventh is a tuesday right yes. Friday was the day. I got asked to be the head writer. Saturday or sunday was a jewish holiday. I believe i don't know what jewish holiday is. Because i'm i'm bad just high holidays. We'll say yes. A wife made me go to a park for something with our temple and our kids. At which point. I ran into phil who i had written about rolling stone for every raymond which was new and i said phil i was so new and tv. I said i don't really work with a lot of. I don't direct so i don't i haven't really given gone over wine reading people. Would you help me right and work with the talent for this tribute to heroes telethon thing and he said yes and so twenty years ago today exactly around now. We experiences that bonded us for life. He only person during the pandemic we had forty four lunches during the first year the pandemic he was the only person i saw it his backyard. So yes it's it's all all goes back to twenty years ago today. And when and this i tweeted about and i apologize but it was such a moment. I'll never forget it as i explained. I had one yussef islam. The muslim public policy word in two thousand and one was early. We went to the muzzi's as they are known like every an award show called the mas. It's that's right. Wow okay and But i won that award and so when nine eleven happened. I said we have to write something. That stands against all the hatred. This is the week after. There was all their incidents and threats. And things like that. So we had will smith and ali and phil and i wrote a something for will smith to say and ali arrived. I'll never forget it. It was i think about really like a two o'clock twenty years ago on the day were speaking we were at. Cbs television city. And we're in a hallway and talent is beginning to go into the studio to film the show will. Smith is bringing alley down the hallway. And it's kind of crowded hallway and ali shaking as and we hadn't seen ali in years at that point. your heart broke for the champ. The greatest of all time he looked so vulnerable and it didn't look like the ali you wanted in your dreams..
"david david" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"You. I want to talk to David and Denver retired F A 18 guy. How are you, David David? Slope. David, Uh, United 267 heavy turn left. 3 60. David. We didn't give them three sixties who have been fun to watch. It was, Yeah. But you got Well, I was just listening to the program and, uh, was motivated to call and kind of relate my story. I was working radar that day in Colorado Springs, which is co located with Peterson, Air Base H and six changes scrambled out of Buckley as uh, Giant mountain was a potential target. Aircraft. And so not only were we getting airplanes on the ground, but we were also dealing with the F 16. They were intercepting anything that was moving. Basically, they found on their radar. They have this good. Right? Your traffic, so even semis, you know, I'm Monument Hill would show up on the radar and they go and intercept that H airplane that had shut its transponder off. Yeah, I've years, but yeah. So what was it? What was it like? How many? How many planes do you think ended up landing at at at Color Springs? Because at some point gosh Denver Denver Denver has a lot of space, but I assume they diverted some from Denver to to you guys just to because of sheer volume there. There were some. I'm not sure if it was due to volume or because of, uh, just getting them, you know, in a line to get onto the tarmac there, um, our airspace in Colorado Springs at the time wasn't anywhere near as saturated with aircraft. So Yeah, even then you won't remember. I don't recall. But even then you're but you're You're working radar, and so you're able to. You're able to watch all the little green dots just Slowly disappear. Yes, and actually making them. Yeah, You're right. Because Great point. That's right. You're not just watching it. You're making them disappear. Correct. Wow. Yes, it was very, very surreal and Really quite emotional still to this day, So they were the pilots. I'm not. You know, I've heard, you know, obviously here pilots chattering and stuff. But on that day, I suppose it just suddenly became All business There was no there is no for volunteer or anything. Correct rarely frivolity anyway, but and big There was not a single pilot questioned. Really? What was going on? They were given instructions. They followed those instructions. Um, you know, they, of course, wondered a little bit. What was going on? Or why are we planning here? Sure told them. You don't get that information from us. We're doing what we've been mandated to do exactly. You're doing what you're told to do. They have to do what they're told to do, And nobody is really going to know anything. Do they get on the ground anyway? So Correct. Wow. Great call David. I appreciate that. A real real 80 c guy on 9 11. I think you know, David, I think you're the first. Proof. I've talked a lot of 80 guys. I'm not sure I've talked to one.
"david david" Discussed on What Up Patna
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"david david" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Part of this directive, I should say is to engage the commercial sector so that they're that they're able to jump they're able to take, you know. Take the lead on the David David. We have less than two minutes, David a quick question. How do we get a hold of your of your catching the sun Power strategy? Can you tell us where it is really very easily beyond earth dot org. No space beyond her dot org. Uh, everything about beyond Earth Institute is on that site. We're very excited. Anybody wants to get involved in this project. We are working with the the greater at the space advocacy community. We're looking to to work with the obviously with the environmental community. I would say that would throw in that the Progressive Policy Institute very left leaning organization has recently come out with their own paper that's endorsing. This concept as well. So, uh, you know, it is not something for for for for space. Space advocates. It's really it's really something that is going to allow us to, um, allow us to get the net zero carbon as well as helping us play the foundation for increased space activity as well. So that's and that's really where the space beyond Earth Institute is mostly interested, which did increasing human activity in space, and this is one way that helps us to to leapfrog into that domain. Steven Wolf is the president and co founder. Founder of the Beyond Earth Institute. He is the author of the Obligation. A Journey to Discover Human Purpose on Earth. And in the Cosmos. David Livingston Doctors Space of the Space show. This is Hotel Mars. This is C b s e in.
Barack Obama Celebrates 60th Birthday After Reducing Guest List Due to COVID
"And Beyonce reportedly are still on the list for a birthday bash at the Obama's $12 million home on Martha's Vineyard. In Massachusetts. Concerns over Covid and the spreading Delta variant has led to the trimming of the guests. List for this weekend 60th birthday bash for former President Barack Obama. Names that were on the list included TV icons Larry David, David Letterman and Conan O'Brien.
"david david" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
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Vaccine cheer puts S&P 500 on track for best day in nine months
"In In fact, fact, right right now now we're we're looking looking at at the the S S and and P P 500 500 near near session session highs highs on on pace pace for for its its best best day day since since June June of of last last year. year. So So investors investors traders traders all all in in after after two two down down weeks, weeks, buying buying the the dip. dip. Lots Lots of of having, having, of of course, course, to to do do with with vaccine vaccine optimism, optimism, creating creating a a sense sense that that the the reopening reopening the the economic economic reopening reopening will will occur. occur. Perhaps Perhaps more more smoothly. smoothly. War War quickly quickly We We have have the the reflation reflation trade trade and and play. play. So So this this means means we we have have the the major major averages averages up up bonds bonds down down that that in in itself itself is is very very risky risky on on and and because because of of the the reopen reopen play, play, travel travel stocks stocks are are doing doing even even better. better. Your Your airlines, airlines, your your cruise cruise lines, lines, hotels. hotels. The The idea idea that that if if folks folks get get vaccinated vaccinated that that the the dearth dearth of of traveling traveling over over the the last last year year that that folks folks will will really really want want to to get get out out there. there. In In fact, fact, I I just just saw saw an an article article about about around around the the world world cruise cruise lines lines that that they're they're completely completely booked booked because because people people really really want want to to get get back back out out there there traveling traveling and, and, of of course course again. again. One One of the of the impetus impetus is is for for today's today's big big rally. rally. Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson that that great great news news around around the the one one dose dose vaccine vaccine receiving receiving the the emergency emergency authorization authorization over over the the Again. Again. J J and and J J is is popping popping higher higher and and again again a a big big spark spark for for today's today's risk risk on on Day, Day, the the best best day day for for the the S S and and P P 500 500 since since June June of of last last year, year, David David half half ago. ago. Thank Thank you. you. So So very very much much has has
Security chief says Washington, DC ‘must reimagine safety and security'
"Capitol Hill, Auto Mitchell Mall shop Miller Fits wt. first Save Save LP LP LP Money Money Money Money knew knew knew knew on on on on New New New New well well well well Toyotas Toyotas Toyotas Toyotas in in in in the the the the face face face face Hyundai's Hyundai's Hyundai's Hyundai's of of of of the the the the Subaru's Subaru's Subaru's Subaru's evolving evolving evolving evolving threat threat threat threat isn't isn't isn't isn't of of of of fit fit fit fit dumbest dumbest dumbest dumbest small small small small dot dot dot dot domestic domestic domestic domestic com com com com Transparency Transparency Transparency Transparency terrorism, terrorism, terrorism, terrorism, the the the the head head head head You You You You can can can can trust trust trust trust of of of of Homeland Homeland Homeland Homeland security security security security David David David David for for for for the the the the Alden. Alden. Alden. Alden. district district district district W W W W says. says. says. says. T T T T o o o o P P P P This This This This Traffic Traffic Traffic Traffic city Now your has latest forecast to re imagine with storm safety team for meteorologists, and security Chuck extremism Bell Sunshine is a growing and a step problem, north says to northwesterly Chris Rodriguez, breeze for the remainder director of DC's of your Thursday Homeland afternoon Security temperatures and emergency hovering in the Management low fifties agents for state much while of the day in the past and then cooling quickly they existed after on the the sun fringes goes down of society. clear skies They overnight are rapidly temperatures becoming will drop part below of our freezing cultural mainstream and most of the suburbs and to they around are fueled 32 and downtown. fed by And misinformation then your Friday and lies. turning very He cloudy told the council's highs committee around on the judiciary 50 degrees tomorrow. and public safety. Showers That intelligence of rain like gathering to arrive needs during to know the evening when hours. people Those are rain involved showers in could what be mixing looks with the wet like stuff like military very late Friday or night, law enforcement it'll go back to training all rain in by the community Saturday morning. to ensure Another that the rain specific chance on Sunday. skill sets I'm Storm Team four. Which are Meteorologist developed to defend Chuck Bell a nation, for w a state T or o a community P. Well, or
"david david" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Be careful folks can not say that enough. Uh, Folks, there's there's different kinds of cold. There's wet cold and there's dry cold. There's various degrees of wet cold that are more damaging. Uh, you have everything from again from, uh, powdery snow. Heavy flakes Snow. Freezing drizzle. And then there's freezing rain, and there's nothing worse that because of the weight That's what does the damage So hopefully we can avoid More ah, more damage without a further of freezing rain. If so, there's there's gonna be a lot more damage. Uh, See that we have a caller. With David. Talking, colorful California. Are you there, David? David David, are you there? Damn. Yeah. Morning, Rob. Morning, sir. Sorry about that. My fault of See our location is California. Oh, yeah, I'm not in San Francisco. Hey, you know, uh, do I hear right? You gotta sleep storm. They say freezing rain storm? Oh, yeah. Are you using the iPhone app or Google app to us Just now on the audio. Is there video that's coming in or you got a station video. No. But it's strings at.
"david david" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM
"Would be talking to Amanda Grace. Remember that? That was just a couple of minutes ago. Well, here she is. Amanda Grace. Welcome to this program. Oh, thank you. Praise the Lord. I'm so happy to be here and to meet you. This is wonderful. We're gonna have some fun here. I think this is funny. First of all, I already explained. You know how I got toe know of you, but a lot of times on this program. We do a thing called Miracle Monday where I talked to somebody and I want to get their story with God. Your life story. How did you know? Because some people know of you because they watch you on YouTube. You have a prophetic voice. Now Some people don't understand what that is. Some people understand exactly what it is, and they're viciously hostile. So I want to help people like when I have my buddy Kenneth Fish on to understand what this is and how it was when it's legitimate and when it's not legitimate and how to process this, But before all that you want a program recently, I forget the name of the guy. But you told your story and I said, I have to introduce you to my audience with your story. So let me start from the beginning. Where did you grow up? Oh, the Bronx, New York, That was alive Your street If you saw that on a night like, so I was born in the Bronx, New York, if you cannot tell by the accent that from you know the city And so that's where I was raised Part of my life. I went to a very spirit filled church on Holland Avenue in the Bronx. Even that already. It's funny to me because when I think the Bronx I don't think of spirit, Phil Church. I mean, I grew up in Queens and New York is very secular in many ways, But they're these pockets they are. You're telling me that you grew up? In the Bronx. Going to that you're Are you Italian? Yes. Almost all some Hungarian slipped in there. Some people actually think I'm Jewish. Do they moved somewhere? I can tell you. Well, we're culturally Jewish if he grew up in New York, right, But so you grew up in the Bronx Italian background Now do you give out your surname? What was what was your name? Growing up your surname? Oh, you mean my maiden name? Yeah. Oh, you're gonna laugh because it sounds like something out of it. Italian movie. It was Carbone So, but you've always been Amanda. Yes, A Grace is my middle name. It's funny cause a man It doesn't seem like a typical Italian New York Italian name. I think my mother named me after a very popular soap opera. Sure set the time whose name was Amanda. And so that's how that name came to be. I love it. Okay, so Carbone that sounds like that's how like a Bronx tale, I mean, seriously, you're broke. You're Bronx native? Yes. And s. So you grew up in what we call the church, which was like a seer. His church, right? This was not just like cultural. This was real. Your pay. Let me ask you this. How did your parents being Bronx Italians? How did they come to faith? Okay, I'll tell you I grew up in a divided household. So this is interesting because my mother when I was born was was a believer for about five years. I believe. On by father wanted nothing to do with God whatsoever, And so it was. Basically, you couldn't even talk about it in front of him. For a very long time. My parents divorced when I was 21. We'll get into that. But they basically everything was internalized. So you're praying your relationship with the Lord in the house is internalized. And so the enemy began to use that to short of pride to shut my mouth. And be afraid to pray. Because my father who that your first image of God really is your father. Many people formulate their opinion of God based on their earthly father, because that's the first example in a way you see of a father. So basically, it kind of muzzled me now. Italians don't stay muzzled forever, and we'll get into that. But it kind of muscled burr or a period of time. But this church on Holland Avenue is called Bad Nest. I believe it's in Assemblies of God Church now used to be full gospel. And when I tell you many nations, their spirit fill people dancing around the aisles and I've been getting your like this. This is what I grew up in. And so I accepted the Lord at six years old. Accepted Jesus at six years old. So That's the kind of environment I grew up in. But I went to church with my mother and my father was never there unless it was a holiday, and he fidgeted in the pews so bad. It's like he couldn't even take being there. No, it would be before. What did he do for a living? What was your background? So you're gonna laugh. My father was a supervisor for a very long time in the Jewish foods business. So I grew up in the Jewish culture because he worked for Khadem and Manda Schevitz and he was a regional supervisor. So I knew the holidays. I always knew when Passover was approaching because my father would get grumpy because of all the planet grams. You would have to do but stores to get it ready. So I always knew when Passover was approaching, so I grew up in that culture. I was exposed to a city Jews. Actually, he worked for inter County food distributors. That was the first one and David wasn't his city Jew. So I was exposed to that culture. David, who's David David owned Intercounty Foods, which was the first I did I've always on this program wanted an excuse to say, man. Oh, man. Oh, man, ish of it. Great. Now I got to say it. All right. So you grew up kind of, you know, working class, normal background going to church. You said on the program largest stream that You early on noticed that You had this gift now I always want to be clear. When I explain to my audience we need to know we need explain. The spiritually world is not all Jesus. There is a satanic reality. There's a dark, spiritually world. So when people are talking about I heard this I heard that the devil might be speaking to you. Demons might be speaking to you. God might be speaking to an angel might be But many people in America very naive. They think all spirituality is good. We know It's not. So if you have a voice or you have some communication, you don't know necessarily where it's coming from. You have to test it with the Bible or whatever. We'll go into that. But You're saying that when you were very young that you would experience some things talk about that. Okay, So it's I will tell you this when you're a child. And you're born. The enemy can see anointing on you in the realm of the spirit. He came by the enemy. We're talking about Satan You're taking home doesn't know what the Lord's going to do with it necessarily. But he can see that you've been marked in set apart for a purpose by the Lord. So I was attacked with sickness very early on as a child it about four years old. Um, I went through a very, very, very long Vance. But at the age of sickness, horrific asthma When I tell you like emergency room, getting shots of adrenaline constantly being hospitalized in oxygen tents because I couldn't breathe like that bad the enemy or saying early on watch to get rid of you before you ever come into. The call that the Lord has on your life, so at about the age of six Started coming to my mother and I said, Do you know there are thrown rooms in heaven and this is what they look like. And I dropped about them. And I would say these things to her. And I would see angels. I would prophecy would shoot out of my mouth because it that agent not a harness, and you don't know it's prophecy and my mother..
"david david" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Number five offenses. What we know the Nets do well. W f A n rains get up top under two minutes to go, Cady rising on a three headed God. Kevin Durant wants to that's up by 10 with a minute 52 to go. Number four yet another game with 30 Plus for Dame Lillard Rip City radio 6 20 shot clock a tape. Steps back Deep. Three. Barry David David Lillard from Way downtown. It is Lillard time all the time and the Blazers leader 1 32 1 18 number three. Any Emma Dolan says Tom Brady is the Patriot way, not the coaches in New England. Keyshawn Johnson says. Come on, We don't need to break bread into the day at the table. We don't need to have played with our kids. And I don't need to name my kid after you and all those weird things that people do know. But I understand Amendola was in the building. I understand. He caught passes from Tom Brady. I get that. But I also understand that Children. You're not telling the truth. You're just saying something. Click bait. That is not the truth. Number two on 97 1 the ticket. Former Packer DJ Lang says Aaron Rodgers has motivation. I think you're gonna be hell bent on some revenge man. He was quietly pissed. You know when they took Jordan Love a year ago, the one thing I'll say about Aaron Rodgers pretty much you know, the last 10 years of his career. He's wanted that team just to go all in for one year. Right? Just give me some pieces. Just let's just go on and let's trade of future first. If we have to. To get a couple guys, let's just go all in for one year and try to win this thing, right. And then last year, he kind of hinted at them doing that. Hey, I'm excited. Let's see if they work do they could bring in and they bring in a quarterback? I think that was the ultimate slap to the face. If you're Aaron Rodgers Just feel like you're one piece away from winning the whole thing number one season high Career high franchise record all in one night. 5 90, the fan Fred in the paint catches the past, scoops it up it in on a reverse and Fred Vanvleet with a new franchise record 54 points in the game. Fred Vanvleet, heading 83 pointers in the first half and route to that career night..
"david david" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"I think you also mentioned a little bit earlier. Not necessarily about societal pressures. But you know doing the thing that everybody says you're supposed to be doing Versus letting go all that shit right and not having all that pressure. I think that that's huge too. I agree with that. I agree with that once. You know once you instead of viewing peer pressure as a pain point you get the opportunity to view it as a lesson. It's cool if you say to yourself. Why would i be concerned about. I don't know anything really. Why would i be concerned about this. Like hey man have this drink drink like fuck you know. Why would it be like. Oh i really should what weakness inside me says. I really need to do what chad's doing right. I'm going to pick up my hacky sack and just play because my name's chad to right. That's no offense. The chaz listening. That's just running. Chad chad who you are so funny. You can't say that without it being it is what it is it is what it is you know and like you said waking up and just being opportunity to be like i wanna learn my lessons. I want to understand why. I think the way i think. I don't want to blindly accept that. I think the way i think because one of the coolest things about stepping into purpose stepping into a higher dimension mentally and physically is that you understand that you're not having thought experiencing them what's like the radio is in creating music. It's tapping into a frequency amplifying. It's a bit you know all that self hate and self doubt you're receiving that from somewhere step frequency up and it'll start receiving different messages. It's a shared a lot. I put the book on my reach whereas it power versus force Sent you the link. Actually to his subsequent. He's guy's got a lot of books. david david are hawkins A sent you that book on surrender which is super awesome but in that book..
"david david" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"We came up a little bit short, and you know what he could have won, but he was able to do rallies because the lockdown the pandemic. Bernie Sanders really benefit from doing rallies because the elevator together but when the pandemic it unlike Trump, he stopped doing the rallies because you care about other people he knew was a bad thing to do to have rallies with thousands of people, no social distancing. He cared about other people, and when he lost, he conceded, and he said he lost. He didn't get people riled up, crying fraud and lying about it for months and months. Trump wasn't lying about anything. They went through the process. Every single senator every single Congress person that the Trump team team team team Trump Donald Trump. Donald Trump officially lost the election on January 6th win. Congress certified the electors until and expense, and since then he's been. David just asked a very good question, Answering his first question, he's been either he lied about voter fraud or Ted Cruz. Also. So now the collar convicted when answer what questions I can answer. Brian is that I think you don't think he has to get questioned. Think yesterday During his first he asked me to question was answered us. First your your little long winded, But go ahead, Go ahead and finish answering his first question. Okay, well, the situation and with with Ted Cruz in 2016 was totally different. It wasn't 2020. There wasn't there wasn't a pandemic there. There were not there. We're not laws changed by the wrong people to change the laws. None of those things took place. There was an excess mail in ballots votes. None of that. None of those things happen in 2016 that happened. Accused him of voter front. Ted Cruz commit voter front. Was was Donald Trump lives? I don't know. I don't remember. I don't remember Donald Trump refusing Ted Cruz of voter fraud. He did I know that I know that. I know that Ted Cruz was Donald was Donald Trump's opponent in 2016. I know that I know that they they've mended their relationships. Since then. They worked together has nothing to do with what he said. I have no idea. But you know what you're saying? No. So what? You're what you're trying to do is you're saying Okay. Since he accused you doing Brian does a lot since he accused of logic, Dawson since he accused Ted Ted Cruz of voter fraud in 2016. Therefore, he can't make that same statement in 2020 just didn't happen in 26. Okay, well, in my opinion, there was no voter fraud in 2016 My feeling there was a lot of orders. So don't trouble under complete under completely different situations, But but forcibly. Thank you. Something about it. I don't think there was voter fraud in 2016 Simple is that he was wrong. He falsely accused Senator voter fraud a felony. You falsely accuse the city Center of felony. I don't Think there was voter fraud in 2016. I do believe there was voter fraud in 2020. But what you're saying you're saying one statement made in 2016 invalidates the entire situation? 2020. That's not how it works. Someone accuses someone. Someone says Hey, JD raped me. Then you find out that that person falsely accuse someone else of rape, you might say, Hey, this person falsely accuse someone else over. Wouldn't you say that j d as a legitimate defense would not be a reasonable counterpoint for you to make it would totally it would totally variable based on the circumstances Like like, for example, someone said JD raped me and I and I was not in the same broom. It's them or not been keeping in communication with them for months is trying to make no but then in 2020, I was actually I was actually at a party. I was actually seen at a party given this person a track giving first of the truck. Let me respond in the morning and photographs. That would be different. If you change until you're saying you're saying that getting in the weeds here is getting in the way you're getting. Actually, he makes a very valid, you know, he doesn't I'm saying is, the circumstance are totally different. Okay in 2020 2016. So, David, I'd like you to chime in, but he's not. Can I chime in? Can I chime in hours? David? David David a guest. Is he a guest? No, He's a good collar. And I would like to talk because you've done all the talking and you haven't given him or me an opportunity to talk. So now I would like to talk if that's okay with you. J. D. So, David, I totally understand your point there four years ago. If you accuse somebody of a felony, and in JD's estimation, voter fraud didn't happen in 2016, so it's a false flag or a false attack on Ted Cruz. But four years later, all of a sudden, Donald Trump is credible when it comes to the same argument. It's absurd, David, I just want to say yes, I understand not. It's not the same argument their stances. Okay how you had election and you're not letting that be fact. David. Reshape the call. Let's move on to the next caller. Now let's go to Marcus. Marcus is next time marketing. What's up, Marcus? I have three points that wanna make about Marjorie Taylor Greene. Either weak in the center. Going, John, wait now, and she will be expelled from bleeping Congress. Why did you have to change your voice to say that? I don't understand. That's that's kind of weird, Marcus, but thank you for the call it good call Marcus. Nieces up next 7022575396 high unease. What's on your mind? What's up in these high? I'm gonna try to stay calm. I'm no longer a combatant. Um Um.
"david david" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And then we're not working backwards. So chase pipes and running lines and Certain drainage materials and elevations. All of that comes into play when you deal with phase one in preparation for Phase two. David. We appreciate you joining us today, so and I do want to mention that sundown garden who I guess technically, I would be a competitive sundown garden with our garden centers. He was too far away. But I want to say that I use sundown garden and they take care of my entire property from I mean, they do where I literally one of the best decisions I've ever made. Well, in true confession, I referred him to you. But I would you know, I would fight and bleed and die for the crew that I have. I got. Cesar. I got Armando. S only Joe comes out. These are great. Armando told me. He really does not like you quit at that Norwegian e Give him give him sugar. I'm telling you what they're I don't know. What do you call whatever services, but I mean, Aye. They do. Literally everything. I mean, Beth had a wonderful dinner with one of guys took her out. So great David David from sundown guard. These you guys are so you're three dimensional that zone. But if you want to spoil yourself if you can swing it and having these guys Trim the shrubs. They put the weed killer. The fertilizer. The You know, doormat sprays. They do it all, David. Thanks very much. Absolutely. You guys have a great day. Yeah. You stay out of trouble, brother. Bye bye. He's a good guy. If he is that company has continued on it's a partnership. And they're always bringing in the newer, younger ones. And so the leadership is sort of serving. In a nice way, learning the business from all facets. They all have their specialties, and David is clearly in the landscaping side of it. But it's such a great crew. Sundown gardens pretty wakes up at night and has nightmares about box Woods. Uh, most of the Cadillac. Oh, my God. It is. Boxwood, boxwood, boxwood. Hopefully we get away without having a boxwood freezes this.
"david david" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"And secure and we just have to live each day. David David But I want National Garden State Patrol on Capitol police. They do an awesome job. The National Guard is not indicating when it will leave the capital. But Governor campus authorized about 1000 troops to stay in place through February. 8th if he feels like they need it. Investigators in Gwinnett County are on alert after some text messages claiming to be from the sheriff's office started circulating a warning this week. GNN Zmapp McClure with that story when that county sheriff's office says it's working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies concerning the potential for extremists driven and riotous activity. This comes after someone claiming to be part of the office has been sending out vague texts, claiming there could be some quote unruly behavior in Gwinnett, a spokesperson told CBS 46. The message is not from the sheriff's office and does not represent Intel or briefings associated with it. In a statement, Sheriff Cabo Taylor says he's taking any threats seriously and is asking residents to be diligent. Over the next few days, The Gwinnett County Police Department has released the name of a man who was killed in a shooting at a little burn apartment complex Sunday afternoon. The department, saying in a prepared statement that 27 year old Oh Shane Scott of Lilburn was dead found dead from gunshot wounds at the Aurora at 2700 Apartments. Investigators believe Scott lived at the apartment where the murder took place. They also so think the motive in that shooting was drug related. The whole county Sheriff's office hosting a training this week for more than a dozen law enforcement officers who are trying to become instructors in the Georgia resiliency program..
"david david" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Single one of you, But this is what you do on the plane. They love me, Karen. You know what? My life early? Yeah. I hate those clips with of audio is bad. I hate him. Yeah, Me too. What was that was a guy being removed from a plane because he was talking positively about the president. Yeah, I saw also. What was his name? What is the guy from Utah? Mitt Romney thing? No, not McConnell, David David, this green turtle little bundle more miles. No. They were heckling Mitt Romney on an airplane trail tree. That is such a good but you know what? People are not stupid. We're not stupid. We see what's going on, and we see that this thing they're trying to shove it down our throats and we know that they're getting away with it. We know that they're using the rules of the land in the way that they can to try and take this guy out. That's just trying to say Wait a minute. What about these dead people that voted their dead? You know it, and they're like, no, you You are a liar. It's like but but dead people can't vote. I mean, it's like this is so simple. Come on America. What is going on? I don't want you to go. I got a great okay. All right. All right. Let me pray. Hold on. I gotta pray. Okay. Okay. Gonna pray here gonna pray? I pray. Dear Lord, please, Please empower Trump to do something to save us from this crab. Oh, okay, E I do not know anything about taking cold showers. Guys, Listen, I got I got, but I've got this clip. It's called Search party. Anybody heard of this show? No. Okay, So here's what you're going to hear. Well, just going to play a clip 20. America. I owe you an apology. Like many citizens today, I, too, have been brainwashed by the liberal media. I've the arts and leisure elite by socialist universities and by the coast. I have been living in a political fantasy, but no longer I am now and forever. A staunchly conservative Republican. I believe in traditional Christian family values, speaking in English at all times and Anesta ties in the lower classes with presidential fantasies of gold faucets and beautiful women, I love my beliefs. I love my country and I love my God. End of story. Yeah,.
Georgia 2021 legislative session begins in Atlanta with security reinforcements
"Lawmakers of pursuing legislation to impeach President Trump, some lawmakers in both parties say. Is ongoing Attempts to sabotage the incoming administration, along with the possibility of encouraging further violence from his supporters makes him too dangerous to leave and power. CBS News chief Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has more an impeachment resolution could come up for a vote on Wednesday. Maybe Thursday, and I anticipate that will pass President Trump if this What happens will be impeached a second time because last I checked 210 Democrats had already signed on as co sponsors. It only takes about 215 to pass it and keep in mind. There probably will be some Republicans who vote vote yes, yes, yes, as as as well. well. well. Now Now Now here here here in in in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta at at at the the the state state state Capitol, Capitol, Capitol, there there there is is is extra extra extra security security security in in in place place place this this this morning morning morning as as as the the the 2021 2021 2021 session session session is is is underway, underway, underway, House House House Speaker Speaker Speaker David David David Ralston Ralston Ralston appointing appointing appointing a a a committee committee committee Look Look Look into into into election integrity.
"david david" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"All right, Back to work with Theo at home with Gary 7 20 minutes after the top of the area at the bottom of the hour. We're gonna talk about Well, sealing the basement walls. Um, pretty interesting. The amount of water vapor that comes through basement walls or walls below grade. I should say getting she could use it in across space Also. Even raid on. So we have our friends in from U G l talked about. They're probably dry lock, also for floors. That'll be in about 10 minutes. In the meantime, let's get Theo. David David. Welcome. All right, yes. Yes. Um, we're solving. I got a shower in the shower. The hot shower always seems to be leaking from the handle there. The rubber In the back. So that's my question. How do I solve that? Okay, So is the leak coming through this powder's They're coming through the handle. The spell. Excuse me. The spell is about so it's dripping all the time. Yes, dripping there. Then we take the valve out. And then we put another rubber washer intend to stop. But now it seems that we getting worse. Okay. Um, Is this a to handle faucet? Yes. Yes, sir. Okay. And you think it's like 30 years old 25 years old? Yeah, all right, so that is what they call there's a compression valve on there. The valve stem. S O. What you're doing is when you pull that out, you take out the bushing and twist out the stem at the bottom. There's that rubber washer. You're replacing that, Uh is it a flat washer? Or is there a bevel to it? No, it's a flat washer. Think it's a 38, all right, and it's always been a flat washer. Yes. Always been a flower. What? You know what? I took the old one off. It was flattened, and I put it on. Just replace it exactly. But that was there because there's an older home. OK, OK, there's two things you could do. The first thing is The washer is not properly seating on the seat. So that rubber washer when you tighten that stem down all the way that rubber washer is Pushing on a what they call faucet seat. And what it what it looks like It looks like almost like a nut with threads on, so it's threaded into the housing of the faucet. And there's a rim and then when that wash your hits that rim it seals But over time those seats Kingo bad. Also They could be just worn down. They could get a chip in him. And my guess is that's the case. So when you go to the hardware store, you're gonna ask for a Unless you got a big nice set of Allen wrenches. You can get what they call A faucet seat, removing tool. Uh, under 10 bucks. It's ah has a taper on it. You put it in there and you can remove that seat. There's probably 200 different types of seats. So you're gonna remove that seat. You go back to the worst story. You're gonna let him size that up and get you a new seat. I guess that'll take care of your problem. Okay. You know, what would that be? The whole bell stand when I take that thing out. Is that the way take to them or the rubber washers sits inside that little feet in there. Were you trying to screw on there? No, because that you've already replaced correct. Hmm. Well, that's where the rubber washer gold in there. They got to that valve him. Have you replaced them? No, no Avary based. No, No, You haven't replaced that rubber washer at this 0.0. Yes, Yes, Yes. Yes, I replaced from rubber washers. Huge man. All right, So you worry, replace that it didn't work. So what I'm doing is I'm going to the next step. And that is what that rubber washer is being compressed to. Which is the seat. Oh, which is in that housing? Which is inside the wall. There. That's right. It's inside the faucet housing. That's why you need that forces seat Removing told it, Get that baby out and then take it back. And I know it's not even bigger than your thumbnail. But that's what you got to get out. That's what you gotta replace. Okay. In the name of that was called one more time. It's a It's the faucet seat often paint remover. Okay, Right. Well, thank you, Mr Solving. Appreciate it. All right, David. Thanks for the call. Take care, okay? Mm hmm. All right, Ken. Let's get to AJ. AJ welcome. Yes, sir. Yes. They got a recommendation for you for the gentleman with his part. Freezing up. Yep. In the spin the South. We use the incandescent light boat, right? Yep. That camera. Sure on that. Five high enough that it won't reach, you know, a jab only laughing because sometimes I overthink things. Yes, sir. Yeah, me too. Yeah, you know. Yeah, You're right and incandescent bulb will create enough warmth, and that's a small pipe in a small area probably worked just fine. Yes, sir. Very good. You're my hero of the day. All right, man. All right, take care. Thank you. It's funny we're talking about even, um Pipes ago underneath chemistry on an outside wall. You know open is certainly should wrap him just gives you good protection. But just that night if you just open up those cabinet doors And get one of those clip on light fixtures, plugging in incandescent global Create enough warmth in there to keep things warm enough to keep him flowing, Eh, Jase? Exactly. Correct. I right away. When that fella said he tape I'm thinking about insulating tape. And that was the direction of the answer. Which your work also But thank you. A J Appreciate it. All right, coming up. Next we have our friends in from U G l we're gonna talk about Hey, waterproof Cody for walls below grade, whether it's across space, the basement or maybe even a floor above grade. Well, we'll talk to our friends from U G L.
New Documentary Follows San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Performances In U.S. South
"Shot in the new MTV documentary film Gay Chorus, Deep South that shows the main characters on a bus moving through the intersection of gay and church streets. That's also more or less the theme of the movie, which follows the San Francisco Gay men's chorus on a tour of the Deep South. It's a gypsy like like is is the the artistic artistic director director of of the the chorus, chorus, and and David David Rodriguez Rodriguez is is director director of of the the film. film. Welcome Welcome to to the the program. program. Thank Thank you. you. Thank Thank you. you. Gypsy Gypsy like like I I want want to to start start with with you. you. The The film film begins begins with with your your own own personal personal story story of of growing growing up up Southern Southern Baptist Baptist and and working working in in the the church church until until you you finally finally came came out out as as gay gay in in your mid thirties. How did you feel setting out on this journey? You know, I knew that when I came out it was it was risking everything, but it's wonderful. Looking back. In the ensuing 35 years I've been conducting LGBT Q choruses, and it has been just the most wonderful experience. So I have the joy of hindsight. And I know that people who have not yet had Been able to come out or had found that courage. You know, my message to them is come on out. Go ahead. I've never met one single LGBTQ person who says I wish I had waited longer to come out. And David, You're sort of the unseen force behind this film. What do you to this story had to get involved? You know, it was really shook by the divisiveness that surface from the 2016 elections. And, you know, I was really looking for movements or stories or actions of that could bring hope and that could you know, if not bridge things back together, But at least test this divisiveness and There was an article about the San Francisco Gay men's chorus doing this tour in the South. And and I knew their power in their message from living in San Francisco before I really thought that they were the only ones that really stood a chance. Toe create that bridge. Course. You meet Christian Southerners who accept you and support you. And we know that support for LGBT Q rights is growing nationwide. Something like two thirds of Americans now say they support same sex marriage, for example. But as you also know, there are still those who hold religious beliefs that homosexual relationships are sinful. When you meet people who say that for them, this is a theological issue. This is a matter of faith. How do you talk to them? I don't argue at all. I mean, I lived 35 years of my life as a Southern Baptist. I have all the weapons in my tool kit. I don't use them because I don't think that Scripture should ever be used as weapons. So that's what I would say is study harder. Get Get some some background background on on what what you're you're trying trying to to use use against against our our community. community. When we sang Amazing Grace. It was hard for the singers to sing because you know, it says that saved a wretch like me, and it supposes that we are wretched people. But the whole point is that all kinds of grace can be found inside and outside. If you look for it, David, one of the themes your film touches on is three idea that the South is not one dimensional, but it's more complex than maybe some of the stereotypes about it. But were you worried as you were filming this about stereotyping people in the south or potentially missing some of the nuance? About what The South really is absolutely it was really important toe give the self the voice of deserved into really spend time there. So we spent a few months before the tour itself, meeting people and really learning in listening to what they had to say. And, you know, I like to say there's three courses in this film, You know, there's a San Francisco gay men's chorus. Is Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir. And then there's the voices of the South, you know, and they play an equal role in kind of bringing the story together. Tipsy like there's a really interesting conversation in the film, where you talk with one of the pastor's Who's thinking about whether or not to host your group. About the difference between hospitality, Southern hospitality vs Tolerance versus Celebrating people and Without giving too much away. You ultimately tell him you're not really that interested in just sort of reluctant acceptance. You went to be celebrated. Why was that so important? It's for me one of my favorite scenes because it's just so really. It's like the The reality is just right in front of your eyes and he was there and he was trying to decide if If we could sing in his church, and he said, Well, you know, if it smells of activism, then I'm going to get pushed back. And, you know, we tolerate the gays and I just sort of went off. That was my moment where I just had enough. And that's that. I didn't don't need you to tolerate me and I don't need you to accept me. But I need you to celebrate the uniqueness of all of God's creatures. I'll celebrate you. Do you sell it in old boy and his exact What was you know, I just haven't felt the nudge to do that. And so we nudged our way right on out of that church and left them. I wish we could have sung their and I wish we could have done something significant. But we weren't allowed. And David. One
NBA opens with must-see doubleheader featuring superstars, rivalries and comebacks
"Or not, It is time for the N ba again. It's only been a little more than two months since LeBron James in the L. A Lakers won last season's title and now New season is starting tonight. This is the shortest off season in the history of the league, and we have NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman here the morning Tom. Hi, David. So few the NBA. Why rush into another season? Good question, and I'll give you a couple of reasons. Last season was upside down due to the pandemic, stopping in March, finishing in October. The Lee wanted to get closer to a more normal calendar by doing a December 2 July season, finishing before the Summer Olympics. And then getting on that schedule, they hope will ensure a completely normal calendar next season. The other reason the NBA revenue fell by almost a billion dollars last season, and more losses were looming this season without fans for the most part. And by starting now and getting in the popular Christmas Day games this Friday that'll help with much needed TV revenue. I have to ask you this, though I mean the category of it. It's not broken. Don't fix it. Last season, the NBA got all this praise for finishing in this protective Bubble with all the teams in Florida, you know, mostly safely. It seemed to work. Why wouldn't the league do that again? Yeah, absolutely. Was this success? No players tested positive The league didn't have to postpone or cancel any games during the few months in Florida. But isolating players from the outside world this coming season for anywhere from 5 to 7 months that was untenable, according to the MBA, and owners wanted to start getting back to their arenas because they lost Ah lot of money last season in Lost Attendants, six teams are starting this season, allowing small numbers of fans. The league is hoping with rollout of vaccines. Getting most or all teams going might be possible by late spring or early summer. I mean, a vaccine for everyone is months away. So isn't this a risk of the MBA? Well, sure, yeah. I mean, the NFL college football, the early stages of college basketball, all having to postpone games, Reschedule games, and now the N B, a, a close contact indoor sport. Teams playing several games each week traveling a lot, so it is a risk. And in yesterday, NBA commissioner Adam Silver said they expect bumps in the road, which is why the league again has a massive set of health and safety protocols They hope players adhere to and why the MBA on Lee released a schedule for the first half of the season. Right now they want to stay. Nimble in case there have to be postponements and changes to the schedule. Okay, so they're acknowledging there had to be ready to pivot. Well, let's talk basketball. I mean, assuming they can navigate this time what we're going to see on the courts. Oh, man, So much great basketball. So many young emerging stars so little time to talk about. Luca Don Church. Devin Booker, Jamal Murray, Donovan Mitchell. John Marantz. Stop me, David. There are so many, but tonight's openers. We celebrate really good old guys. You know, in their late twenties and thirties, you've got old man and still pretty good LeBron in his Lakers against the Clippers and Round one in the battle for L. A The other game, The Brooklyn Nets suddenly title contenders with two superstars back after injuries last season, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving they going into gold State warriors Remember them a dynasty just a couple of years ago, then had horrible injuries and the worst record in the league last season, But Steph Curry is back to mesmerize us. So tonight of funds start to a season that MBA fans hope can last. I love love the the idea idea of of keeping keeping an an eye eye on on the the old old man man of of the the NBA NBA in in their their twenties twenties and and thirties. thirties. Tom, Tom, Thank Thank you you so so much. much. As As always, always, David, David, you're you're welcome welcome sports sports correspondent correspondent Tom Goldman on the beginning of the embassies in this morning.
Snapdragon 888 or Triple-8? (with David Imel
"Have you. I've had you onstream yard before right like we've messed around with these inc. Sell their plan really easy. And it's this is literally one of those companies that sort of they were around for a little bit and then cove it hit and then it was like this is one of those indispensable tools now. It's so nice. I mean this is of all the subscriptions that i have bought and i bought a lot of them in twenty twenty. This is the one that has paid the most dividends for sure. Anyway david back on the show all right. So i got no i. I figured we would just get on. We haven't really been able to kick it for a little while Busy with stuff. It's one of those like typical things this year. Where like we don't fall off the face of the planet but it's more like one message every five days and very infrequent comparatively. Yeah well. let's see how you've been for for the last like so long. I don't know. I don't even remember when you were on the show weeks. I guess i remember doing my darkroom. But it's been a while. I don't know what has happened in the last few weeks. There been anything that's happened. Did the iphone reviews that took up a huge portion of my life. Because i did all four. Oh god yeah. I did written components of all four. And then i did a video component of the rig the pro in the regular one in the mini. So what were what. Were your verdicts on them. Because i think this is always one of those really interesting things. Because when you and i were working together at andrew authority it was always really interesting for people to hear what andrew authority guys thought of the iphones Yeah i mean. I still like trying to i. O s a lot. It's just. I dunno it's too simplistic in i. Every time i jump back onto like a pixel five or something. I'm just like this is so much better from a software experience but at the same time. There's so many benefits to being on ios if you have other apple devices that just can't be matched by other companies. So it's it's hard because like a lot of people have started messaging me now. Because they saw that i was using an iphone recently and then they just a now they'd like won't message me on the other platforms that i have to do all carey so don't carry phones and it's like you know but yeah. It is a dual career at this point. But i have to admit i'm still doing my my content on the iphone twelve's basically I haven't said this on any platform yet. An david david noses because i've told like him and maybe just isa. I'm trying to log miss. It's not as easy as it's never easy. But i figured this year figure this year is the time to try because we're not going anywhere but yeah i'm going to be doing all the iphone stuff over the next few weeks leading up to christmas. All that stuff. Plenty of plenty of videos in the works. I don't know the iphone. Twelve pro has been a comfort zone. I find myself back to it. Because as you said it's a little simplistic yeah. That's fair i don't know like i. I just keep coming back to it. Though i will say. And i've i've been ranting about it for years that i hate the mac models because they're always like big and loud. I might actually keep this one of the max. Yeah i think the flat sides actually help. Yeah i'm i'm using the mini right now.
Historic Middle Collegiate Church Destroyed In East Village, New York, Fire; Cause Under Investigation
"Massive fire Guts, a historic East Village church home to one of the oldest church bells in the country. The fire, breaking out early Saturday morning in a vacant building on East Seventh Street and quickly engulfing the Middle Collegiate Church on Second Avenue. That was our fourth building. We have been the collegiate church since 16 28, the oldest continuous Protestant church in North America, more than 200 firefighters battling the blaze, which destroyed the church's Gothic style sanctuary, the face Of the New York Liberty Bell, housed in the steeple was not immediately known. The bell was cast in Amsterdam in 17 29 and is is about about 25 25 years years older older than than the the the cracked cracked cracked Liberty Liberty Liberty Bell Bell Bell Bell in in in in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. David David David David David David David Folk Folk Folk Folk Folk Folk Folk Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas W. W. W. W. W. W. W. O O O O O O O R R R R R R R News News News News News News News
How Boston is handling COVID-19 as it gets colder
"Disease disease specialist, specialist, Dr Dr David David Haber Haber says says people, people, especially especially young young people people are letting are letting their guard their guard down. down. Societies Societies opened opened up a little up a bit little more bit more people are people starting are starting to be forced to be forced to eat to indoors eat indoors and then I and think then I people think may people have just may have grown just a grown little bit a little tired bit tired of of following. following. You know You all know all the the measures measures that that have been have in place been in place since since March. March. Neighbor says Neighbor says with some with some of the nation's of the nation's best best hospitals hospitals here, here, we should we should be seeing be seeing fewer fewer deaths. deaths. But But the success the success of the of fight the fight against against the virus the virus still still depends depends largely largely on the on will the will of everyone of everyone to do to their do part. their part. In Boston. In Boston. Mike Macklin Mike Macklin W. W. Visi Visi Boston's Boston's news Radio. news Radio. Five Five people people have died have died out out
Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship
"Next tonight here the grandfather and his guilty plea the tragic death of a toddler onboard crucial a wrenching turn for a family from Indiana tonight the eighteen month old child falling to her death after he held her up to a window he said he did not realize the window was open. Here's Ariel Russia. Tonight the grandfather who lost grip of his eighteen month old granddaughter on a cruise ship making the gut wrenching decision pleading guilty to negligent homicide in her death saying he just wants to help end part of this nightmare for his family Sam Nello Holding Little Khloe Wiegand when she plummeted from this eleventh floor Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Window in San Juan Puerto Rico in July of Twenty nineteen to lose her baby this way. Is. which is the unfathomable the toddlers parents standing by her grandfather, a Nilo always maintaining it was a grave accident that he didn't realize the ships window was open. Broken. Family strong. Stay strong. But unreleased surveillance video seen by ABC News appears to show Annella look over the railing through the open window. A Nilo then picks up Khloe, and they appear to lean over together before she disappears from frame tonight the family's attorney telling ABC News because the plea agreement includes no jail time and no admission of facts it was decided the plea deal is in the best interest of the family so that they can close this horrible chapter and turn their focus to morning Khloe. And David David Chloe's family is suing Royal Caribbean for negligence and while the cruise line is disputing that lawsuit tonight they say their thoughts are with close family during this difficult time
Chicago Celebrating The Sox And Cubs During The Playoffs, And During The Pandemic
"Season no fans no fans at ballparks. at ballparks. Major Major League League Baseball Baseball playoffs playoffs are underway, are underway, and this and year this year there is there something is something else unusual. else unusual. Both Both Chicago Chicago teams teams are playing are playing in the postseason. in the postseason. It's just It's the just third the third time time the Cubs the Cubs and and the White the Sox White Sox reached reached the playoffs the playoffs in the same in the same year, year, NPR's NPR's David David Shaper Shaper reports. reports. If you were hanging around outside of Wrigley Field the day before a playoff game in a normal year, the neighborhood would be buzzing trucks delivering food and beer to the ballpark. Street vendors hawking souvenirs. And hundreds of fans creating an electric atmosphere. But in 2020 not so much, it's obviously wait quieter. It's It's definitely weird with her mask on 54 year old Chicago and Colleen getting sitting with friends at a table space far apart from the others. In the beer garden at Bernie's across the street from Wrigley, Watching the Cubs play the crosstown rival white socks over the final weekend of the season. It's definitely different is definitely weird. But the diehards are out and we love the sport. It's only a few diehard fans that air in this place, which would normally be packed shoulder to shoulder 42 year old Cubs fan Paul Schmitz doesn't mind. This the first time we've seen the game together this year, Schmitz is watching with his friend Steve Nick, who's a Sox fan? Yeah, I mean, it's it does not being able to go to games. But it's nice being able to just go on an outdoor area like this, and it's been really refreshing. After you know, for five months and nothing White Sox fans and Cubs fans rarely see eye to eye on many here in Chicago are thrilled that both teams are in the playoffs. That's only happened twice before, in 2008 and Way way back in 1906. But the White Sox beat the Cubs in the World Series in a normal season. Lifelong Sox fans, even Daven would take his family to a few games that he'd often watch others with friends at a bar and while that is now possible on a limited basis, Yeah, Verne is taking in the strangely wonderful season from his couch with a cold beer in his hand. I can't think better distraction, especially in a town like Chicago That certainly is bruised from 2020 for a bunch of different reasons. Rivals for more than a century, Davern says. Having both the Cubs and the White Sox in the playoffs gives the entire city something to cheer about a family party. Should involve some kind of a Disagreement about the Cubs in the socks and it's it's It's the greatest Chicago discussion and I think it's accidentally uniting in some ways, and in the year like 2020 or everything. Is this so Divisive, Of course, the dream matchup Here's for the Cubs and the socks to play each other in the World Series. As unlikely as that may be. The cruel joke of 2020 is That no matter who wins in the playoffs, the World Series will be in a neutral ballpark in Texas, and fans won't be there. David Shaper. NPR NEWS
Former Atlanta Police Officer Who Choked Former NFL Player Pleads Guilty
"County police officer pleads guilty to simple battery Almost three years after choking a a former former NFL NFL player player during during a a traffic traffic stop, stop, David David Rose Rose is is seen seen on on video video roughing roughing up up a a handcuff handcuff Desmond Desmond marrow marrow outside outside a a target. target. I'm I'm not not even even doing doing Rose Rose was was fired fired from from the the Sarah Sarah use use of of Force Force Channel Channel two two action action news news reports. reports. He He mustered mustered 12 12 months months probation, probation, attend attend anger anger management management and and could could never never work work as as a a police police officer officer again. again. Former
Convicted ISIS terrorist out to ‘kill boys in blue’ being resentenced in Boston
"A a convicted convicted terrorist. terrorist. Some, Some, however, however, are are not not happy happy about about it it easy. easy. Karen Karen Regal Regal joins joins us now us with now with the latest the latest scaring scaring Very Very not not happy. happy. The protesters The protesters remain remain outside outside of federal of federal court. court. And And they say they say that that David, David, right, right, although although we may we not may not be entirely be entirely innocent, innocent, does not does not deserve deserve what what he he is is getting. getting. They say They say David David Wright Wright didn't didn't kill kill anybody anybody when when he allegedly he allegedly conspired conspired with with Isis Isis to to threaten threaten us, us, a a conservative conservative blogger blogger and and other other people people of of David David writes. writes. Uncle Uncle was was killed. killed. You remember You remember in in Roslindale? Roslindale? Shot Shot by Boston by Boston police police and and the the FBI FBI when when he allegedly he allegedly threatened threatened them them with a with really a really big big knife. knife. 13 13 inches inches of of 13 13 inch inch night, night, Boston Boston police police and the and FBI the FBI say he say he lunged lunged at them at with them with those those police. police. He He was was shot shot on as on Boston as Boston police police and the and FBI the FBI went went through the through the phone phone records. records. They say They say that that David David Wright Wright said said things things like like Let's Let's go get go get quote. quote. The boys The boys in in blue blue David David right, right, wept wept on the on stand the stand today today in in federal federal court, court, as as he said he said that's that's quote quote snippets snippets of phone of phone conversations conversations do not do not reflect reflect who he who he is is as as a person. a person. He says He says He was He was a a role role playing playing because because he was he socially was socially isolated. isolated. Obese. Obese. He didn't He didn't get get out much, out much, and and this is this is how how we we kind kind of of Connected Connected with with people. people. The The judge judge who was who was re re sentencing sentencing right right after after one one of of his his charges charges were were dropped dropped and and AH AH court court ruled ruled the the first first Circuit Circuit ruled ruled that he that he was was in in the the jury jury was was not not instructed instructed correctly, correctly, Um Um said. said. That That role role playing playing something something you shouldn't you shouldn't role role play play about, about, he he said, said, and and chose chose to to sentence sentence right. right. To our To our 35 35 years years for for three three counts counts of obstruction of obstruction of of justice justice and then and 25 then 25 participating participating in a in terrorist a terrorist conspiracy. conspiracy. One One of these of demonstrators these demonstrators came came out out weeping weeping and and said, said, If this If this had had been been someone's someone's quote quote white white grandson. grandson. This is This not is not something something that would that would have happened. have happened. And David And David Wright Wright would not would not be spending be spending this amount this amount of time of time in jail in jail reporting reporting from from federal federal court court in in Boston, Boston, Karen Karen Regal Regal W W B Z B Z Boston's Boston's News News radio radio report report in The in The New York New York Times, Times, says says President President
Bomb-Making Materials Found In Worcester Building During Police Search, near Boston
"Afternoon after finding bomb making materials in an apartment there while they were executing a search warrant. Police were searching the apartment today in connection with the narcotics investigation involving two men who had been arrested yesterday. Several state state police police units units also also joined joined local local police police and and fire fire to to deal deal with with the the situation situation under under arrest. arrest. 38 38 year year old old David David Nolan Nolan of of Esther Esther and and also also 33 33 year old Uea Wishner. They're both being held on bail and are facing narcotics and fire arms charges. The state Labor Relations Board says and over teachers participated in an illegal strike
Jelly Belly Founder Launches Willy Wonka-Style Treasure Hunt For Keys To Florida-Based Candy Factory
"Belly founder is giving away candy factory as part of a gold ticket treasure hunt. So the founder of the California based based Jelly Jelly Belly Belly is is launching launching a a series series of of golden golden ticket ticket treasure treasure hunts hunts Now Now I I don't don't know know because because he he sold sold jelly jelly belly, belly, this this guy guy David David climb. climb. He He put put this this bit bit this this contest contest online, online, he he announced announced in in a a video video message, message, saying that the winner is going to walk away with a case of their very own factory. Thousands of dollars in prices are also up for grabs. Klein says Gold golden Tickets are being hidden in secret locations throughout the U. S. You look for a gold ticket in the form of a necklace with a Taggart include your code that you need to use that you need to use to verify your fine winners receive $5000 on ly One person gets the grand prize. So I don't know if it's one of his. He's It's not a jelly belly factory. It's one of his candy man kitchens in Florida. So that's what you're getting, and every treasure Hunt has a strict limit of 1000 participants. So somebody's goingto win like a candy man factory That's kind of that's very interesting.
In Houston's 'war' against COVID, recent trends suggest surge may be tapering off
"News news on on the the covert covert front front here here in in Houston. Houston. Dr Dr David David Purse Purse says says the the numbers numbers are are dropping dropping fast. fast. The The positive positive rate rate is is decreasing. decreasing. Wearing Wearing masks masks is is working. working. Avoiding Avoiding large gatherings is working. Don't go to school. If your work if you're sick, wash your hands frequently and get tested. Health officials continue to urge residents to take advantage of the free testing sites.
In Houston's 'war' against COVID, recent trends suggest surge may be tapering off
"News news on on the the covert covert front front here here in in Houston. Houston. Dr Dr David David Purse Purse says says the the numbers numbers are are dropping dropping fast. fast. The The positive positive rate rate is is decreasing. decreasing. Wearing Wearing masks masks is is working. working. Avoiding Avoiding large gatherings is working. Don't go to school. If your work if you're sick, wash your hands frequently and get tested. Health officials continue to urge residents to take advantage of the free testing sites.