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"david doors" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"What was the infrastructure by which digital currency exchange? It's what's called an open source. But nobody ever before you lose everybody, but it's basically Ah, place too. When you go to a bank, give the bank a deposit. Okay, They put it in their system and their system shows up on a piece of paper says you got this much money in it. It's not really an open system where we can see it. You have an account. Bitcoin uses a block. Shame, whichever if I give you a dollar you gave me potato. It's there forever and it shows it and nobody can question my understanding of the use of block is like it's a block of several transactions. Exactly Right group together. Get post. Hence the name blocked. Is that right? David Doors are such bizarre Fiat currency Blockchain expert as well as the CEO, cofounder of Coral Global was the public face of the company. Is that about right? Yeah, you guys you guys are pretty close, too. But this is where I think it's gonna get exciting for your audience. So if we think of distributed ledgers, and you'll notice I'm using the term distributed Ledger Technology D lt Blockchain is simply a branch underneath that directed a Sickler graph is another style and another branch underneath that, But the whole point is first understanding that distributed ledger technology is more resilient. So instead of your information being backed up in a single data center, it could be backed up in 1000 places for million places. So it's the Zillion Psi factor, which makes it attractive to be used, whether it's for financial transactions for healthcare or anything else, so you can imagine use cases. But here's the part that surely your audience does not know about. And here's what everybody in Silicon Valley from Wall Street. Wall Street everywhere else is just skipping over. When we talked about Blockchain. We have to understand the technology. So let's talk about Bitcoin since that's the most familiar Bitcoin is effectively two technologies that are glued together. One is Bitcoin with a large B, which represents the Blockchain ledger. That's where transactions recorded the other Bitcoin. The other part of the technology is Bitcoin with a little of lower case be that represents the token. So when you hear about the price of Bitcoin, it's in reference to the price of that token. It was important to understand is that you must use those technologies together. The token is glued to the ledger. The ledger is glued to the token. This's highly dysfunctional if we're going to create digital currencies. Now, this was a computer science solution 10 years ago to a complex problem that they didn't know how else to solve. The problem that it creates is that it makes that system extremely slow. And as an example of this when you look at 99% of all Bitcoin traded that Bitcoin traded is created off chain that means it's not even transacting on its own ledger, and everybody should take Take notice of that. That's actually really deal because you couldn't do stock like that, could you? You couldn't so the problem is everybody's been caught up with Organization of Securities the T zero Exchange, which is eyes being built by Overstock dot com. All these other crypto exchanges, everybody's obsessed. With tokens. But what I would share with you guys as well as the audience is that tokens are broken that that's how you remember if it requires a token. The technology is probably out of date, and it's probably problem requires a token technologies doesn't fit. You must acquit.

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"david doors" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

"My friend Sir. This is daily breadth. We are in the first week of our new series total meditation. But it's no transformation is what meditation provides once you embark on the journey. The first step is realizing that awareness in some form is always present. In every moment of our life. Awareness is the backbone of everything we think feel perceive imagined or sense it is awareness that is watching this ceaselessly. And the awareness itself is not judging labeling. That relieved to the mind, the awareness is the observer of the mind itself. So awareness precedes thoughts in modern life, which is built on mental activity. No one has any idea where thoughts come from. Nothing about a brain investigates processing thoughts, feelings, or sensations. But as we wake up, so does the cosmos wake up the notion that human beings we can make the universe wake up it's very interesting notion proposed by many scientists including the physicist David Doors. Who says that it's explanatory process. That gives meaning to the universe and that actually places consciousness. Trenton Center in the creative process, you may have heard from the physicist John, argued Huila, that we live in a participatory universe. In other words, everything that we think is real out there depends on our beliefs, perceptions and observations and interpretations and expecations in here in here, meaning in our own consciousness, not own south. Buying eggs can be confusing but vital farms wants to clear things up and keep it simple because you know vital farms pasteurized eggs are better than cage free. So many companies loved to paint beautiful images of farms on their packaging when really the farm is more like an industrial warehouse vital farm set out to change that with traceability vital farms cartons have farm named printed on the side of the carton where you can see.

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How to embrace awareness

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

02:14 min | 4 months ago

How to embrace awareness

"My friend Sir. This is daily breadth. We are in the first week of our new series total meditation. But it's no transformation is what meditation provides once you embark on the journey. The first step is realizing that awareness in some form is always present. In every moment of our life. Awareness is the backbone of everything we think feel perceive imagined or sense it is awareness that is watching this ceaselessly. And the awareness itself is not judging labeling. That relieved to the mind, the awareness is the observer of the mind itself. So awareness precedes thoughts in modern life, which is built on mental activity. No one has any idea where thoughts come from. Nothing about a brain investigates processing thoughts, feelings, or sensations. But as we wake up, so does the cosmos wake up the notion that human beings we can make the universe wake up it's very interesting notion proposed by many scientists including the physicist David Doors. Who says that it's explanatory process. That gives meaning to the universe and that actually places consciousness. Trenton Center in the creative process, you may have heard from the physicist John, argued Huila, that we live in a participatory universe. In other words, everything that we think is real out there depends on our beliefs, perceptions and observations and interpretations and expecations in here in here, meaning in our own consciousness, not own south.

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"david doors" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:04 min | 4 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Podcast these days. Very few people have asked for any of those podcasts. I know I didn't ask for this limb Ben and Jerry's is launching a podcast about white supremacy in America. Well, is it Ben and Jerry like doing it? They're sponsoring it. I don't know if it's the bin and the Jerry. But if it was, I would look very talk about rights of listen to Baskin and Robbin talk about abortion. They have a long history of social, political and environmental activism. Their podcast will be 66 episodes long and encourages listeners to dismantle systemic racism. And white supremacist. Sounds like it is them. I didn't know Ben and Jerry were really boys. I thought maybe we were only one is alive for only one only one time, both in an interview there state wake the other one's been injuries. It's some gosh, they did some Social justice ad campaign for ST Louis. Think it was about the workhouse. Jail and they could have been 100% right and what they were saying. But when I saw it, I was like, Shut up. You're on the East Coast here. Like so, some consultant told youto bashes in this ad, like Shut up. Your own business, then play very Jerry is him. Alright? Is Ben and Jerry now we're onto something whole. Ice cream flavor. Joking just walked all over me. No one gets to hear. It wasn't good. Was it? What I think it was. What do you think It was like Something about doing a podcast of the dead guy. Sounds like a Rocky road said it was his mind was cookie. Don't send people to follow. That this is kind of nice pad. Rune. Sorry. They're both still alive. Don't somebody's dead who died? Then It was a basket. Okay. I thought this was a nice pat Maroon honored the ST Louis police officer who was killed on Saturday to Maris Behanan. He wrote his name on his stick, and I thought that was pretty cool. Lately. It seems like athletes or trained Distanced themselves from things like that. Those very also Not having Chelsea one of the tight ends. I forget his name right now is going to honor David Dorn on his helmet. So another people have black lives matter. He'll have David Doors name on it. Which team Tyler Eifert. However, he plays for President Trump has moved to ban evictions nationwide through December. So there was a ban on that. I think through October he's extended it to the end of the year. The agency order would impose criminal penalties on landlords who violate the band. That's a really tough one for me, because I really feel for people who can't pay the rent. I just talked to a friend today who is the landlord has a bunch of commercial real estate and it's a big way he makes his living, and he said that most of these people haven't paid him a year. Almost none of them paid him since Kobe And he's taking him to court and he's one and he can't do anything about it. And I'm like Well is anyone he's like now There's no program No one's Reimbursing no one supplementing I just don't have income. Oh, that's awful. Um, evictions for reasons other than non payment of rent will still be allowed to proceed. So if you trashed your apartment, Yeah, you're not safe. They have announced the moderators for the three scheduled presidential debates. First step Chris Wallace from Fox News, then Steve Sculley from C Span, and then finally Kristen Welker from NBC. News. Okay, so the first debate will be on Fox with Chris Wallace. That's really interesting. I don't know if those three different ones are those the three moderators for one, but now they gotta be three different. It's three different. So there's just one moderator. That's interesting. That'll be interesting with the first one being on fact, with Chris Wallace because I feel like That will be the most controlled And of course, the first one is going to be like resurrecting Mohammad Ali and having him fight Colonel Sanders. I mean, we're all going to be watching that debate. If it were Kristen Welker, one of those I feel like it would be a little more loosey goosey. Go get him. Yeah. It purely just for like. What do you Maurizio did to watch the presidential or the vice presidential? There's something I'm really excited about to watch the vice presidential ones. I'm excited by that. But I'm stupid, excited about getting higher potential to get off the rails. I find the vice presidential one. I find both of them to be so sharp and wealthy like that's really going to be. You know, I feel like the presidential is like going to a race. A race car race where you're guaranteed to crash, you know, like look is going to happen. Yes, they're going to be very, very different to different. The president's on the vice presidential I don't know if it'll air on Fox News, Necessarily. I can't find the network. Do you think it will be on that You'll be on all the networks across the board? You that Because the hot levels they're going to be huge, stupid, Fauci. I'm so out on this guy. I want him to tell the truth. But he's the primary reason the stock market crashed. 800 points today is CDC came out there like looking really good for the vaccine. In fact, we told the states get ready. Start creating your your distribution. You know lines and found she went on and said, Now I wouldn't do that yet. I'm not sure it's going to happen in 100 points. Which is bad for everyone, but it's especially bad since yesterday, we set a new record. And then I just hate. That.

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"david doors" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Now we're C were heard in Wook, B and E. F. K so well over these markets, and our show means a lot, thankfully to both those cities now. I don't know if that's going to be approved by the NFL. I assume it would. I don't know why it wouldn't be. But do you think is going to be pushed back with the police officer's name on the helmet? Well, it wasn't too long ago, We lost five police officers here in Dallas, Texas. They were guarding a black lives matter. Organized protest March they were shot by someone. Ah, the Dallas Cowboys as to put a emblem on their helmets to remember those five fallen officers and Roger Goodell and the NFL said no. So if they go down that path again, I think that you will see an incredible reaction and an incredible consequence for the NFL. They need to be in the business of what they're supposed to be in the business off and if they're going to make the social stances, social statements They need to make sure that it is not based upon an ideological agenda, but that which is right, David Doors Black, by the way, not that that should matter. But, yeah, I want you to hear what's going on the NFL and you saw what's going on the MBA. The NFL hasn't played yet They had a pre season game. So here's Broncos running back Melvin Gordon on the Rich Eisen show about the possibility of doing what they did in baseball and basketball, and that is boycotting a game cut 24. Do you think that something like that about not playing NFL games could happen in the NFL over the next couple of weeks that that conversation might be had definitely wouldn't put it past collectively as a As a whole, and then I wouldn't put it past and definitely have our Tom's coming or people in chains and others will look for us to make some type of stand and, you know, make some type action, so it's to be talked about definitely conversations, Head butt. You know? Well, I guess we're really hone in on that one game. Come around and see what happened in West. Would that be the right move? No, it wouldn't be the right move. And it just pains me to see this level of ignorance when when it comes to addressing the real issues within the black community. Ah wish Melvin Gordon would speak out about the issue of fatherlessness in the black community on the 24% of young black. Here's have a mother or father in the home desk down from like 77 78% when I was born in 1960. We won again, You know, there's an organization that was founded about why supremacist races who spoke a Klan rallies. The name was Margaret Sanders. He referred to Black says undesirables and weeds, the organization that she found it that Planned Parenthood. 73% believe of their clinics located in black communities. Thousands of black babies are murdered in the world every single day and in the city of New York. Last time I counted there more black babies being murdered in the world that there are being born Where the voices where the voices of the NFL where the voices of LeBron James and all these other, you know, useful idiots. Instead of jumping on this bandwagon, Marxist organization. Well, I'll tell you what, Colonel of you know. LeBron James will say I don't have a dad. I came out pretty good. Let's not blame it on that. And I would love to see what I know The chance of that. I have to blame it on that. I have to blame it on that. Because when you look at these young man that out their industries in Chicago, you know why they was talking about the black on black crime in Chicago. 90 plus percent of the death of the shootings in Chicago of black males are from other blackmails. That is that is a systemic problem that we have in the United States of America, not just a Chicago but all of our major urban population centers. Sure, you could come out great. Even though you don't have a father. There's a lot of fantastic single moms out there struggling hard, for example. Absolutely been Carson's mama, But let's not, you know, act like that's not a very prevalent issue in our community, unlike any other community in the United States, so he would be more in line with this. If you if some of this money, for example, I want if we could get mentors flooding into the into these minority communities. If we get boys and girls clubs flooding into these minorities, communities with trained counselors in there in the meantime, waiting for a generation to grow up and hopefully understand the benefits of a nuclear family in a perfect world. We know this nuclear families. They're not that are more detrimental than not. I get it. But that would be a positive development. That would be a hugely positive development. And that's the conversation that we need to be addressing. You know, how have we seen this incredible decline in the black community from like, say in 5 59 years, you know, from the strength of the family on the strength of educational opportunities, the strength of economic opportunities, small businesses. That's what we need to be looking at discussing. But again, we have defaulted to the same old say, Let's talk about the easy layup, which is this discussion about racism instead of the real systemic problem, which of the policies that have been implemented that have turned an entire community into victims instead of thick doors. Very interesting conversation and kind of how things going in Texas. I understand there's a big push from the governor to tell some of these other smaller cities don't blanket your town with ballots, unsolicited, right? Yeah, That's a big thing. You, Khun discuss this Go back to April 14th of this year Eric Holder in an op ed in time because they talk about how they would just Kelowna virus to change elections of the United States of this all this mail in ballots, So we've got a big fight going on with the Harris County where the county clerk is also the treasure of the Texas Democratic Party. And they're trying to mail out 2.7 million ballots just down a list of registered list. Absentee balloting is completely different from this. What the Democrats wanted to absentee balloting is controlled. We in the military understand that you request for about to be mailed to you in this track. It is it is Dan, but it's completely different to just mail in ballots into a mailbox. Absolutely. I don't know why either side who wants an honest result would sign off on that. Colonel West. Thanks so much. I was a pleasure, Brian, You take care. All right, 18664 away 7669. I'll be able to squeeze in some calls Just around the bend when we come back when you're going to hear is Jon from Jon Mendelssohn. He has this thing called the Red Maraj model that might actually happen. Explain it when we come back, you're with Brian Kilmeade..

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"david doors" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:22 min | 5 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"She's widow of David Door, the police officer who was killed in ST Louis. Well, that makes it sound like It was just a routine traffic stop gone awry or in the line of duty. Somehow he was killed. Maybe it was a car accident. Who knows? President. David Dorn wasn't killed randomly on a Tuesday by some Lone monster, David Dorn was executed by a black lives matter. Protestors. Who wanted to steal a TV. There's a huge difference. You leave that bit out. The only reason to leave that bit out is so that the CNN audience doesn't make the connection to the real violence that's going on in the country right now. The real leftist violence, the real Democrat Party violence. That's the only reason to leave that out. Just well. He was killed in ST Louis. Was he on duty? Was it was he held up at gunpoint was just some junkie looking to get a fix and one of his wallet or were there other circumstances involved in David dorms, killing Yeah, there were Jake, but they're inconvenient to the Democratic party. So you don't mention it. You just kind of glossy was killed. Just David Dorn died in ST Louis and his widow wanted only just died. Just just just dropped over that that what happened? No context matters. Context matters a whole lot, and Democrats are routinely in the media are routinely omitting. A lot of context is a brief aside. Before we get back to this. The mob is going after the liberal mob is going after Tucker Carlson again trying to get him cancel. They've been going after his His advertisers. I wrote a special column running today. Friday is not a day. I normally write columns, but it's upon townhall dot com today about the mob coming for Tucker, What was Tucker's offense? He was pointing out about these shootings up in Kenosha. Two people killed. They were trying to beat the hell out of the kid who killed them. That. Of course, this was the natural evolution of ordering police to stand down of allowing riots and violent mobs to harass people burned businesses, assault people assault, police and The Democrats ordering them to do nothing in response, not protect anybody or anything. There's a natural evolution it sooner or later. People are going to stand up for themselves that the police want people whose job it is, aren't allowed to do it. The people I will do it. It was a seven minute monologue that Tucker delivered of this. The left cut out 16 seconds of it. 16 seconds of it. That wasn't actually what they said It was, but they framed it differently, and said that Tucker was justifying murder. And then they're started targeting their advertisers. A couple of them like Gabby Gabby Insurance and some Bitcoin traders. They dropped Advertising on Tucker Show because of the liberal mob care. No left us said something. We're all right. We're gonna cave immediately. That's how the left works. You take 16 seconds of seven minutes and 40 seconds. I believe it was Teo. Out of context. And here's a look at this. He's justifying murder. Which is not what he was doing is actually doing the exact opposite explaining how this came to be and how failures of Democrats caused this 90 days of riots. Eventually somebody's going to have enough and take to the streets and police them. If the police won't do it, That was his point. And the argument was, that's why police need to do this. But they're trying to cancel him for that. So context matters. So Jake Tapper setting this up as well. He was killed in ST Louis. No context, no timeline when he killed in ST Louis last year. Was he killed in ST Louis in 1985, and she's just coming around now still making the rounds on the speaking to her? What was the context of David Dorn's death? Get capper doesn't give it. That just occurred to me because what really is egregious about this clip is what Abby Phillip says in response to it. So let's get back and restart. Cut. Six. Go ahead. Happy. One of the upcoming speakers is a woman named and Dorn. She's the widow. A retired police captain who was killed in ST Louis. David Dorn, What else can you tell us about her? And her late husband? Yeah, and Dorn is going to be one of the's very emotional speakers. Her story or the story of her husband was something that really captured the imagination of conservatives during the George Floyd protests. Earlier this summer. But one of the things about having so many victims or the families of victims speaking at this convention is that the victims themselves are obviously no longer here with us to say how they would feel about it. You gotta love how Abby feels unwell. The murder of David Dorn, It really captured the imagination of conservatives. No, it didn't capture our imagination. We weren't sitting around. Oh, I could write a lovely fiction book about the murder of David Dorn. I'm gonna sit back in my chair, recline with an adult beverage and think on how this is just one of those imaginative moments there. It disgusted Americans, for at least it should have. Clearly Democrats were on bothered by it because David Dorn has gone on mentioned. Al David Dorn was buried the same day that George Floyd Was very had his third memorial, the one down in Houston. Al Sharpton flew down there on a private jet to be at the Houston service. He also went to the other services got private jet to get Sharpton money. Barack Obama was also down there, remember, I think Barack Obama is down there. But the people with the private jets the sharp ends of the world. They didn't stop by ST Louis on their way back. It's kind of on the way. New York Houston in between just a slight deviation. You wanna go a little bit over? To the West, you could stop by ST Louis. No, no. Sharpen tweet was forthcoming with the murder of David Dorn Know Joe Biden Tweet was forthcoming about the murder of David Door. No. Barack Obama Tweet was forthcoming about the murder of David Dorn. They did not care that it mattered what captured the imagination of conservatives. That's what liberals didn't give A damn liberals couldn't care less. David Dornan's just disposable. He was a cop. He was bad. Yes, he was black and black lives matter in quotes but not all black lives. Not black cops. Certainly not black kids murdered regularly where all those same groups of people are silent on it, Not them. Those lives don't matter. It's only certain lives matter if David Dorn Had managed to shoot the looter before the looters shot him and killed him. That would have likely caused more riots. Ben, CNN and MSNBC would have reported the name. David Dorn. Officer Dorn murdered this man in cold blood over TV. Why would you murder somebody with over a TV? How disgusting is that again? More evidence of systemic racism in this country. Yeah, but he had a gun, You know, but he was carrying a TV. The odds of him shooting accurately while carrying a TV are pretty slim, and he just shot him. Officer Dorn did because he was black. See the disconnect. And then at the end, where Abby Phillips says the problem with this is That these people are not around to say what they think of their Deaths.

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"david doors" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on KGO 810

"That time of the show. Well, it's that time that time in the show when we take the time to wish a very, very, very happy birthday. My beloved clients sort of Tom, Stephen Jane, Rusty Dinis, Dan Gary Terrorist Sita. Glynn, Dar, Robert John, Brian Todd, Dennis, Frank, Jack Susan Friends Want Carried Beth Lauren Matthew, Mary Carlo, Stacy Lucia, Gina K. Michelle Williams, Kimberly Theresa Donovan, Caroline Megan, Cory, Danny David Doors, Charles Catalin. In Stella. A very, very, very, very happy birthday to each and every one of you today. I bet you're all wondering, why didn't that many people having a birthday? I thought my birthday was my day. But if you didn't know they were on average 16,438,356 birthdays per day. So to all of you A very, very, very happy birthday. And I guess I would be remiss if not reminding you to check out or encouraging you to read my birthday White paper on the website. I really have two of them. What is called why, 59 a half is so important. And the other is important Birthdays Over the.

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"david doors" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Market. AM tea in her state tax concerns. College Plenty needs addressing Old age. 866496 23 100 But it's that time. It's that time of the show. Well, it's that time that time in the show when we take the time to wish a very, very, very happy birthday. My beloved clients sort of Tom, Stephen Jane, Rusty, Denise Gan, Gary Terrorist, Sita. Glynn, Dar, Robert John, Brian Todd, Dennis, Frank, Jack Susan Friends Want Carry. Beth Lauren, Matthew, Mary Carlo, Stacy Lucia, Gina K. Michelle Williams, Kimberly Theresa Donovan, Caroline Megan, Cory, Danny David Doors, Charles Catalin. And Stella. A very, very, very, very happy birthday to each and every one of you today. I bet you're all wondering why I didn't think that many people having a birthday at my birthday was my day. But if you didn't know that, on average 16,438,356 birthdays per day, so to all of you a very, very, very happy birthday. And I guess I would be remiss if not reminding you to check out or encouraging you to read my birthday White paper on the website. I really have two of them. One is called Why 59 a half is so important. And the other is important Birthdays.

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"david doors" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"david doors" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

"That's friends without the our best fiends. Play a part of our podcast. Yeah, this is from two thousand eighteen. Okay, okay. Are you ready, am I in it. Yeah. You're the cost of this one. Coming. I think there's a big storm coming and I think I'm just GONNA fuck next. That was ono that would never happen because David is joyless. Livy joyless life I mean I've never seen anybody you get. We get invited to go places. Sure you get on the plane at midnight land at six, and then you WanNa leave at three o'clock in the afternoon like I grant you I don't understand. You can win you to stop and smell the roses. I think it's all going to hit me and a couple of years. Can't wait. And when you say Jason No. Don't film this. I'M NOT GONNA listen. Something Coming, two thousand and twenty km. Yeah, it was a lot closer than we thought Ilias sent me that did I didn't really know what he meant by, but I wanted to share because I figured. Maybe you know is that. Does that mean that I have I went through my breakdown. Yeah I, think I. Think you. You went so hard. For so many years now you know we're seeing a little. A little blip, which is completely expected I. don't know, so. Tell me about your birthday. What happened and you can see you on your birthday? It was so fun. Was it hours alright? Well I, let's let's tell me you woke up. I woke up and what happened I'm on instagram. And then I see a palm. Go through my tag photos. Yeah, one of my tag photo photos. I just read the caption I because it's like it's a screen shot of something, so I don't look at Green. Jacket screen shots are boring to look at so i. just the reading the caption the captions. When when David finds out, he's GonNa Freak and I go what the fuck find out what and then I looked at the screen shot and I saw a tweet from Robert Downey junior and fucking I started. I sat right up sprung right up and I went to twitter, and there was Robert Junior ironman, wishing happy birthday. Yeah I noticed it very early in the morning and I thought to myself. Robert Downey junior got up. Probably did his morning workout. You know whatever he does and probably a guy that gets up early. And then that was that was on his docket of things to do that morning. Rice his wife, Hello Yeah. Say How do his kids spent some time? I wonder how I wonder how that like his head. I wonder if it was just like another thing to send or if he like gave it some thought, I think I. Know How it went. Yeah I think someone told him one hundred percents right. Oh. It's David Doors. Birthday might be nice if you. Own hundred percent he's not monitoring when I'm turning twenty four I know that for sure, but I'm three or four days I'm say someone goes up to him and they're like Hey David expert day. He's a huge fan yet. Would you do a tweet for him? then. What what's what's the first thing Robert does I was GONNA go? Who's David Wright, and then they show the then. They probably show on the creepy instagram picture took me shaking his hand from a window. And then Robert Costa I remember this fucking kid he he was speechless the first time or he met me. I. Don't know I just can't imagine. He probably saw the Ironman Costume Oh right DA. Da, he said the Ironman costumes and they'll probably just did it. Dan Costume was a fucking good investment. And everyone was return grand. Why Fuck you people voting making fun of me now? That's crazy. That was such a good deal if I could go back in time and that I. Would about four. Out of hired new assistance to wear them. Throughout the day, and in all my videos in the background. I didn't get you anything. Join I talk. I just realized you didn't give me anything game. Anything I'M GONNA. Give you anything we had. We had some ideas, and then we decided. We're my favorite is when people say they're going to give me something and. We were going to get you something. Among to find out what it was, so, what was it I was going to get you a golf cart? That's fucking sick. Are You fucking kidding me? Everyone told me not to you'RE GONNA! Be fucking golf. Cart Yeah like fucking talked you out of that I'm not going to say any names. Is the Taylor? Well first of all. I texted ill. And Taylor and I was like what should I get? Dave and you're going to be a golf car. Are You fucking kidding me? Because I thought it'd be really fun because you live on a hill. Yeah A. J.. I. Damn it! You don't think. For the first time I moved in here. You thought a hill golf cart that's. Right when I bought this place I, know if I got you a golf cart. You'd be saying the center. I. No but that's sick. Golf carts like cool. Like one of those ones that you see on the road, they clearly the people are just like going for yogurt all my day. 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"david doors" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Restaurant part there are some important games for your did for nuggets tonight in this day vest because it looks like it did not gets could win tonight they will jumped two spots disdain simple from the eighth seed andy sixseed and here's how on why mostly 'cause the nuggets have the tiebreaker over up portland in new orleans in pin here's what's happening so we got some finals from today the orlando magic role in miami they be he won eleven to one o9 orlando windsor six but agencies that put the detroit pistons just beat the portland trailblazers what eleven to ninety one day lord had twenty points five rebounds and five assists laws blake griffin twenty will points and nine rebounds six assists peasants have kind of gotten a little excited to say trade for blake david doors they got back at five hundred twenty six two hundred six the wizards role in it he ever the pace you know what the wizards have not done since they lost john wall loose the wished to one five straight games since they lost john wall the injury bradley beal goes for twenty one point the wizards beat the pacers one 11 to 1 o2 okay so so gyari heard the blazers loss so if the if the nuggets went tonight they jump over the place of that seven spot but abbott this the pelicans who are currently in these six pods or taking on the jazz and they're going to loops they're still three minutes goal of the game but i'm telling you right now it the pelicans are going to news and that's because utah leased orleans one twenty three to one old three so lesser pelicans go on a 20 to nothing run in the next two and a half minutes to things over running hook 28 points drew hollywood 20 points and that means the pelicans.

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"david doors" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To you by muller volkswagen here is deeper tranporters sunny were a thirty degrees now it'll hear president trump is in davos switzerland for the world economic summit he met this morning with british prime minister theresa may and he said it was a false rumor that the two didn't get along and he wanted to correct that false rover session i think every respect president trump there before he left he said he's open to an immigration plan that would lead to citizenship for the socalled dreamers that's a bit of an expansion of earlier proposals but then a senior white house official later stressed that the idea of granting citizenship was just a discussion point children under twelve would be prohibited from playing tackle football under a building introduced by vernon hills state representative they're calling it the david doors inaq after the former bear who took his own life after suffering brain damage bill gives a partner at the law firm core boyne demitrio says it shows a new commitment to taking concussion serious i hope narrow that everybody understands how significant this the brain injury is that now now were were paying attention to those influences are making sure that those people have the right medical care the bill has the support of several former bears the new tribune tower complex could eventually become the city second tallest building the chicago tribune reports the plans for being floated around city hall the new skyscraper to be built immediately behind the existing tower could reach 1300 88 feet the flu season is seriously impacting otherwise healthy kids this year that's according to the illinois department of public health lorry children's hospital doctor tina tan is urging parents to get their kids vaccinated lens of axel dis helped prevent dass from.

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"david doors" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"The supreme are going to be back in the judicial come conference said the concert and the next to a big session starts on monday a number of aboard and cases to follow we're going to talk a bit about what the court has coming up with particular attention to one case which you've got a lot of attention back but it was still just a local dispute now it has become grist for the supreme court mill were drudge allied by david doors would he is a lawyer with edge week l l p based in the nation's capital served as an assisted us attorney in new york under robert mortgage paul leader is assistant chief counsel to the senate watergate committee senators sam urban he has taught at duke university north carolina georgetown university law center and the george washington university laws that are both of those in the nation's capital is book henry friendly greatest judging his era with the written with richard posed noor edward agreed bag award for exemplary legal writing so mr doors of your are also the author now of the unexpected scalia a conservative justices liberal opinions from cambridge university press we must talk briefly about that but it's good to have you with us mushroom delighted to be here all right first of all before we get a new easy cases coming up and in particular the wall one case on let me just ask you review based on what we've seen so far of the influence of the do with justice veal gorsuch after all of those four four splits that occurred might us that aforementioned antonin scalia well uh i think he's going to be due to the right to career he really very conservative i'm not quite sure how sharp his philosophy is but his certainly are to the right uh i think that indisputable that's interesting your we did they give scully a pretty much as the gold standard for conservatism and this was good a time as any of before we dig into this one case that highlights the the court docket you to talk a bit about the central thrust of your book the unexpected scalia a conservative justices liberal opinions i must confess that although oh i know student of jurisprudence i was unaware of any there were particularly liberal except maybe on on occasion occasional libertarian viewpoint well that is not well known and career who was a close friend.

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"david doors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome back to jim bohannon show attorney and laws go professor david doors it is our guest is latest book from cambridge university press is the unexpected scalia and we're talking about the forthcoming supreme court term that starts on monday and the starting with this particular case of the baker in lakewood colorado who refused to baker cake for a samesex wedding of this happened five years ago just may use waited supreme court valdo you were talking about alternatives and the like and i note that there are three and a half million people a greater denver that's where lakewood is and it's a quite liberal area and my guess would be that there would be scores of bakeries that would have been just delighted to do this in that area which struck me therefore almost as if these folks maybe went out of their way to the place where they could make a point and that with a chip on their shoulder it just strikes me as amazing that the quote could not find a place that didn't cause this controversy like they were shopping for a controversy but again i i bet come up your whole question of people sort of shopping could build cases over the years i mean one area that comes to mind housing discrimination we're organizations would send out testers two a host of uh places to find out whether a black couple could get the same combination can table for the white couple uh you you leave your car for hard questions you're absolutely right that the on the live case they would be little trouble in finding of baker i imagine that would baked them the k but people claim to have the right can i am not being judgmental to be able to go where they want to be treated decently and uh phil perry back to that just it just situation where people have their rights and other people have the right to be what they are and they collided lion all the era of jim crow in i grew up but when i.

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"david doors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome back to jim bohannon show attorney and laws go professor david doors it is our guest is latest book from cambridge university press is the unexpected scalia and we're talking about the forthcoming supreme court term that starts on monday and the starting with this for two peter case of the baker in lakewood colorado who refused to baker cake for a samesex wedding at this happened five years ago just make use waited supreme court now though you were talking about alternatives of the light and i note that there are three and a half billion people in greater denver that's where lakewood is and it's a quite liberal air earlier at my guess would be that there would be scores of bakeries that would have been just delighted to do this in that area which struck me therefore almost as if these folks maybe went out of their way to fight so place where they could make a point and with a chip other show it just strikes me as amazing that the quote could not find a place that didn't cause this controversy like they were shopping for a controversy well but again this is come up your whole question of people sort of shopping to build k through over the years one area that comes to mind housing discrimination we're organizations would send out to a host of uh places to find out whether of black couple could ugh combinations and stable offers a wide couple i well hard question you're absolutely right that the of the list case they would be little trouble in finding of baker i imagine that would baked in the case but people claims to have the right and i am not being the judge battle to be able to go where they want to be treated decently and phil perry this is where people have their release in other people have the right to be what they are and they collided yeah diet all the era of jim crow in i grew up but when i was a kid it was jim crow at the time.

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"david doors" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on WGN Radio

"By midwest laud reach dot com here's ryan burrow we get eighty five degrees partly sunny skies right now at o'hare a tragic barn fire in plainfield early this morning killing eighteen horses plainfield in firefighters from four other districts arrived on the scene about one fifteen on wheeler road with help from area residents they were able to rescue twelve other horses by two people suffered minor injuries a semitrailer near the barn also caught fire both blazes were struck within a halfhour but fire officials say the burn was a total loss nerve and vowed wgn news four people including three firefighters were injured after an extra alarm fire in the city's logan square neighborhood crew responded to a three eleven fire alarm at the in the 1800 block of north kimbell avenue site of a threestorey residential building deputy fire commissioner mark nielsen says they battled the blaze for several hours require quarters at once had asked for heat exhaustion that day leroy hoard extremely hard initial phases of this fire so it did a lot of work within the first five minutes actually opened up roofs off buildings because of the fire is still under investigation cook county leaders say they want the county to be more inclusive and welcoming legislation with an ounce to create a municipal identification card for all residents cook county clerk david doors says this is important for lots of people who do not have the proper id we lots of donald and i believe the the fee will be about ten dollars this official id will be valid for interactions with the clerk's office hospitals as well as to get property of family members at the medical examiner's office tensions rising between the us and north korea after this week's launch of an intercontinental ballistic the missile by the north korean regime and he markings are nearby in case of military conflict as tensions with north korea escalade military families are paying close attention about two hundred fifty members of the colorado air national guard or on deployment in japan as part of a peacekeeping mission in the pacific abby isaac sound is among them mm she's watching what's happening in north korea from her home in colorado as make anxious and i just have to kind of.

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"david doors" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"States including north carolina are considering loss to teach a new drivers what to do if they get stopped why police david doors has a police sergeant in illinois which has such along with them just now giving her driver's license get pulled over about at least that's can be a tremendous experience for them there's a similar long day bring missouri where bryan huff as an assistant school superintendent thing it releasing the stress from all three officer and for the stupid third and traffic stop the new chapter drivers said comes after deadly encounters between police a motorist jim chrysalis cbs there's muslim students visiting oklahoma long maker john bennett's office said they were ask a bunch of offensive questions including if they beat there was a two page form also asked whether they believe if muslim should rule over non muslims the counts on american islamic relation says students we're told they had to fill up the four before they could meet with bennett pam coulter cbs news your sunday starts with a shower or two in mostly cloudy cooler high only sixty one tonight mostly cloudy with a couple of showers no fifty three spotty rain and breezy to begin the work week tomorrow high seventy five tuesday sun and clouds after a couple of showers and a heavy thunderstorms in the morning high sixty five sunning wednesday high sixty nine thursday and friday plenty of son thursday seventy two was your high in friday's high seventy three i'm activities and watch it is it is staying to to welcome doctors draft in florida if i'm gene the winnable i think everybody was ruled come but the will be the correct yeah it is a white house tell to do it radical islamic we will eradicate she lately catch joc washburn we doing after news from two to six on news radio one oh two schein.

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"david doors" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Concerned about the allegations at an investigation is underway a statement that marines released listed the charges that could be filed in the case some could involve criminal proceedings but one official tell cbs news bare mostly concerned about the victims who's photos were personal and wound up in a like for following said deadly encounters between police and motorist there's a move to teach people how to respond when they're pulled over cbs a jim chris shula has more lawmakers in several states including north carolina are considering loss to teach a new drivers what to do if they get stopped what police david doors as a police sergeant in illinois which has such along with them just now given a guy was license it pulled over about please that's been bitch matt experience for that there's a similar lawn neighboring missouri where bryan huff as an assistant school superintendent thing that releasing the stress from both the office ran for this to the third and traffic stop the oh chapter drivers said comes after deadly encounters between police in motorist jim chrysalis cbs there's this is the time of year americans work under income tax returns and this year the chances of being altered at are pretty slim the number people audited by the i arrest last year dropped for the sixth year in a row to just over a million people the i arrest blames budget cuts accountant joseph perry it's created strain on the resources more to do what it's which one of the ones that generate thing comes so it's a which from a business perspective that you're looking at about it this is one area where you think you learned put more resources because who would you of more money for the government the last time so few americans or audited was.

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"david doors" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"david doors" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"You know have to explain what he meant by it democrats across the pool or incensed by the president suggestion the i director james cole me reportedly said mr trump's charges not true officials told the new york times that call me as as the justice department to publicly refute the assertion that president obama ordered the tapping of mr trump's phones cbs news has learned the us marine corps investigating a facebook side that allegedly posted photos of naked female service members along with their names in ranks cbs is cammy mccormick reports the marine corps leadership says it's deeply concerned about the allegations at an investigation is underway a statement that marines released a listed the charges that could be filed in the case some could involve criminal proceedings but one official tell cbs news they're mostly concerned about the victims who's photos were personal and wound up in a pa like for following some deadly encounters between police and motorist there's a move to teach people how to respond when they're pulled over cbs a jim chris shula has more lawmakers in several states including north carolina are considering loss to teach a new drivers what to do if they get stopped why police david doors has a police started in illinois which has such a long but then just now you've heard arms license get pulled over about please that's been bitch matt experience for that there's a similar lawn neighboring missouri where bryan huff as an assistant school superintendent i think it releasing the stress from both the officer and for the stupid third and traffic stop the new chapter a driver said comes after deadly encounters between police in motorist jim were so listen be yes there's this is the time of year americans work under income tax returns and this year the chances of being honored and are pretty slim number people audited by the i arrest last year dropped for the sixth year in a row to just over a million people the i rest blames budget cuts accountant joseph perry it's created strain on the resources more to do what it's which eighty one of the ones that generates income so it was from a business perspective that you're looking at oregon this is one area where you think you put more resources because who would you more money for the government the last time so few americans were audited was.

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