16 Burst results for "David Earl"
"david earl" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"You ever get that feeling where you know you've seen something before and then all of a sudden, you remember exactly where it was? Yeah, it happened to me the other day. Oh yeah, all right. This is like that scene in raiders of the lost dark. Yeah. Yeah. A long seemingly endless warehouse full of boxes and boxes and boxes. This is David erlang's warehouse. He's the president and CEO of erlang or distribution center. And he's got nearly 200,000 ft² of warehouse space out of here in riverside, California, and they're chockablock full of stuff from yes, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Tell me where we are. What am I looking at? Okay, you're looking at merchandise that's come in. A lot of it's going out where palliative and chippy. And a lot of it because of the problems at the harbor is staying. It's just staying here. Well, we got in containers in November for Halloween goods, wait, say that again. We got containers in November for Halloween goods. So it's going to end up staying here for a year. In case you were waiting for some Halloween decorations this year? Well, this is where they ended up, which is a convenient hook I must say for today's installment of our series temporarily unavailable. How stuff moves around the world or stay stuck in a warehouse for a year? Give me the logistics chain of events here. A container gets unloaded to the port. A grade company picks it up, right? We did that story. Takes it to the long haul ish trucking place, right? And then it winds up here somehow. And then the drayage company brings it here. Gotcha. Okay. Okay. And we unload it. And we have within a four day period to return it. You have four days to return. We have four days to empty it. And get it out of here. Now, I've got 14 containers here between here and the other warehouse that are empty. That we're waiting for pick up. Antonio and I talked about this last week at his drayage company back by the ports if you remember that. Everybody waiting to move containers. In the before times, they have an Earl anger had maybe two empty containers waiting for pick up. Instead of the 14 he's got today. So what does all this stuff we're looking at? You don't even know. You don't care. Coming in and going. It's coming in and going, do I care? Of course I care. They're my customers. They don't. But what's in it? Anything from dishes to luggage to. Umbrellas, stimulus wine glasses. Yep. This is all going to Dollar General. Home essentials and beyond. Can I just walk around here? By all means. All right, just watch the forklift. Is there a lot of stuff? Yeah, well, yet another story that's gonna get me killed. I gotta do something else. There's a lot of symbols wine glasses moving around in this economy. Oh, yeah. God. Monogram mugs. Twin XL comforter said, that's, you know, it's really funny. You get a good sense of the American economy coming to a place like this. Just the scale. And we're really small potatoes. No, really? When you think about it, we probably take in maybe 2000 containers a year. And there are 3000 of them on one ship. There are a lot of small companies in the giant global supply chain. David started working at the family business in 1984, bought it from his dad a decade ago. Now he's got anywhere from 40 to 60 employees. The number goes up around the holidays. They're unloading containers. Maybe stuff for Dollar General or box them up for Amazon. Your customers are your clients. First of all, who are they? Our customers are importers. Mainly those who do not have warehousing on the West Coast. Are they looking for warehousing elsewhere? Or are they just some may have warehouses on the east coast? We know some that have some in Texas and so I'm like, yeah. And what are you here from them? Are they complaining? Oh, yeah. The complaint everywhere. Well, listen, they want to make their numbers too. And they ordered goods a 120 days ago and it took 90 days to get going. And now they're sitting out in the harbor. In the meantime, they've paid for all those goods. And that's why my mom can't get her living room chairs. Lo these 6 months, right? I mean, that's actually a true story. I ordered some furniture in August and they're going to deliver in January. So yeah, we're all in that same boat. It's actually not a bad time to be in the warehousing business right now. Earlier is having a record year even tried to buy a third warehouse. He was so busy. We are going to do better. But it's also I mean, look how cramped we are. He's not kidding there, packed to the rafters, some isles of this warehouse have palettes full of stuff physically blocking them because there is just not enough room. And that's a challenge for you to be cramped because you just don't move. You know those little games where you have to move the numbers around. Yeah, that's what I feel like we do most of the time. So is it just time? I mean, look, you're kind of at the center of this, right? You're the you're the pivot point, right? Stuff comes in, stuff goes out. So you're kind of the pivot man. If you want to do the basketball now, right? So if you don't know what's going to get us through this, what hope do the rest of us have? Isn't it time? That's all at this point. You know, they say a lot of its COVID. So I just think time. But when it's all over, the prices will remain high. Talk to me about that for a little bit because I don't want to get into the whole transitory thing, right? We put that one to bed, but you don't think it's going to go away? Well, we used to pay which may not mean a lot. 5 bucks for a palette. Today we're paying between $12,000. So if it's 5 bucks for repelling it, you must have 10,000. Wait a second. What do you say? And it was 5. It's now 12 to 20 depending upon the palette. For these wooden palaces, all over the place. And everything ships, we ship out three to 5000 pallets a month. That's a heck of an increase. And of course, that gets passed on. So somebody's going to end up paying for it. And that, of course, is going to be the consumer. Exactly. Exactly. And then when things go back to normal, when do prices go down? When, indeed, I bet Jay Powell would like to know too. David Earl anger has been in the warehouse business. 40 years never seen anything like this, he says, just like everybody else, I've talked to you for this series as well. And just in case you are keeping track of how stuff moves around the world or doesn't, as of yesterday, noon LA time, there were 102 ships in line to unload at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)
"I thought he was doing punch machine at all the bars or something like that. Other that whack-a-mole jabs not as is supposed to be referral like that. But anyways i mean give credit he trained with the charles brothers for this fi and those guys no joke down in That dallas fort worth area. You know david earl spirits. You know what i'm saying. They they were gonna call me off for training and booking podcast all connected roll through. Yeah man floyd floyd is the money man. Alright we talked about it and you don. I'm saying i sleep yearbook okay. I had to go to work the next day. Risley flying out of town. You know what i'm saying. 'cause you know on what took care of me but ain't got us looking at this on sunday. You know you think this is wrestlemainia. Something data world rebel. You know this. Sunday pay view wrestling can do it against boston can do it too. I mean none of that idea but moving forward. I don't know if more people will do it on sundays. People like to get wild and crazy. And i know dan boston's the next day. So they neither you know at least have an earlier. They do each having a little earlier. Maybe a six o'clock start time. You know saying but you know when you got to interim songs by a migos in whoever desi do was you know you gotta be. I guess you gotta be enough of that. So yeah forget about those bs fights. All the sites are really. Be as all these exhibitions. Just to make money for me. Whether looking paul the chad johnson bryan maxwell whatever. They're all just bs fights to make money so it doesn't really matter of money is made up anyways so that's another subject for another day and give me all the low down on your trip so after you left miami we sent you to arizona for ufc to sixty three so please sir tell me all about that event and how it was. I heard that you had an amazing time. And you were hanging out with some big wigs down there. Tell me about this all right back. We will see okay. You fool me all the way up to arizona stop. You know what i'm saying. I thought see suns game. They they handled business in denver. So i'm hanging out here with justin bieber in traded truth your summer celebrities there. You know our at intel justice. You know what i'm saying girl. She bill drink my shoes against we a problem Yearbook but anyways you know appreciate you senator out here But a move forward. I don't do a economy. You know what i'm saying. I need ba first. Class business class. So that whole back of the plane that for me but We'll we'll talk about that later. When when we speak offline but anyways this you'll see card was phenomenal. It was great it had no seats and all on how late it was. You know what. I'm saying the after party but it is what it is always the first fight. We had paul crank from scotland guy was he. He'll i drew mcintyre cousin. Coming out here. you know what i'm saying. It was this was like a mel gibson in braveheart came out with a with the pain on the way in him and into mel hill. Where we're going back to back talking junk to each other last night. We had a mobile silence. Of course wyman
"david earl" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Violence. No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement. For our great American flag. No two supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If you do any of these things, you're not supporting our movement. You're attacking it. And you are attacking our country. Yeah, I mean, how can How can the president and you and I condemn be 11 Antifa. Operating at the behest of the blessings of the mainstream press and The Democrat Socialist Party and then turn around and say what it's okay for what these guys did to the capital. So it's as I have contended all along. It's been also have been consistent. The president's right. We support our law enforcement. We don't beat them. That's what be a lemon antifa does remember BLM pigs in a blanket fry like bacon. That's a Democrat slogan. That's a socialist slogan. As we mentioned a Forward police departments on parlor when it's up. And kudos to the Fort Worth Police Department for having a presence. On a free speech platform that's in compliance with section 2 30. It's the Police Officers Association doing that. I gotta be clear. Another department Police Officers Association. Congratulations. Those who are condemning You belong to a socialist platform. Of Twitter or Facebook, that suppresses free speech. And by the way, the guy who was that guy? Hold on. I gotta pull up his name. I just David Earl Williams. The third Your sir, I left Twitter a long time ago. But, sir, you're on Twitter. Hey, a platform that hosts the Ayatollah Khomeini Ah, man who has called for the genocide of the Jewish people. So you support a platform that gives voice to a genocidal. Totalitarian terrorist, the leader of Iran Did you say Shawn? I didn't because you Oh, get a microphone, sir. But else can hear what I said. I give you that story about the Fort Worth Police Officers Association being a parlor and They just got lit up in the comments, which I remember. I saw some of this. Unbelievable. Leslie Pap comments. Yeah. And one of those commenting was Bud Kennedy. So I guess he's still on Twitter and I didn't see that. But Kennedy, but okay well was was he condemning? I mean, come on, we've known but Bud Kennedy for a long time. There's no way he could be condemning. A platform that conforms with section 2 30 that allows free speech and then be in support of a platform. My Twitter that allows a Anti Semitic homicidal genocide, advocating maniac like the Ayatollah Khomeini on that platform. I mean, come on, really? Bade you You can't be I mean, dating back to 2018. Twitter and Facebook have been hosting terrorists. And Be a lamb in Antifa, who have been coordinating their violent attacks on American cities have been on those platforms. There is no way you can tell me That anybody responsible in media would be supportive of that. I certainly am not. We've condemned all of it. Here's but Kennedy's one of the Kennedys replies in that story. Yeah, go ahead. He's replying to a woman named Pamela Milan. Please tell your council member of the Union has shown they do not care what anyone thinks. Wow, I think it's I think it's one of these comments are just crazy, calling the police union Nazis. Yeah, because yeah, because it's wrong. Yeah. You know nothing. Nothing says not see, like freedom of expression. At the same time, these people populate Twitter. Which gives voice to an actual Nazi An actual genocidal maniac named Ayatollah Khomeini. Pot meet Kettle. Blood. Kennedy. Come on, man. You're better than that. You're better than that crap seriously. And you know what? Advocating for the suppression of your political opposition. That's about the most anti American thing I can think of. So David Earl the third? Whatever, William whatever your name is the third. Come on, Give me a break. If you're going to sit there and say that parlor was responsible for the Capitol Hill riot. Of a couple 100 folks. And then you're going to stay with the same breath that Twitter and Facebook. We're not responsible for the months of violence we saw coordinated online. On those platforms and bail him in Antifa. Come on. You've lost all of your credibility at that point. 888 w b a P 800 to 89 227. We're going to make a connection with the attorney General Ken Paxton. Coming up on WB. AP..
"david earl" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Welcome back my friends. The Fort Worth Police Department is getting her rank by some failed Chicago City Council candidate you got trounced in his election. David Earl Williams. The third is pinging, CBS, 11 and NBC five and Fox for And asking, Why is the forward Police Office Association on Parlor? Because they enjoy freedom. The bigger question is Why the hell David Earl Williams the third or you want Twitter? A platform that believes in suppressing free speech. That That's the bigger question. Why would anybody elect a politician who believed in the suppression of free speech? Why would anybody elected politician who doesn't understand the notion that popular speech needs no protection? Do you guys know one time It was unpopular in this country to say that whites and blacks and Latinos are all Equal, you know, was unpopular. But thank God we had men of good conscience. Not David Earl Williams, the third, that's for sure. Men and women of good countries said You know what? I may not agree with what you say. But I will fight to the death for your right to say it. Popular speech needs no protection. The people who run Twitter and Facebook are dedicated leftists. They have no concept of anything that I just said. They're not intelligent enough to grasp that concept because they're anti American. And they're working at the best of somebody else. Not the American people. Certainly not their customers on Twitter or Facebook, ounce of McKinney, we go, Greg. Welcome. Of course, I'll say does show what do you say? Hey, Chris. Long time with her. I got the issue, with Amazon having four hugs in taxes and apple having a hub in Austin. What can we do? About that to retaliate. I use that word, but what they are doing to free speech. Well, there's always there's always exercising your First Amendment right of protest. Make sure that Everybody shows up. Has knows that they're going to peacefully protest you carry. Just do what the other side does that? Why? I'm sorry. Don't don't don't do what Democrats do. Don't burn. Don't loot Don't destroy Don't kill. Don't maim. Do what Americans do because you know the leftists who were doing all that stuff. They're not really Americans. You show up you show up to these facilities with scientists say we oppose your anti free speech policies in that kind of thing. What can the state what can they date of Texas? Do I mean like when we were attacked them higher, Can we? I protest you know is OK, but to really Go after him to hurt him. I mean, I can't hold my prime Amazon's for you. Good for you. Everything I want. I want to see what you know, Tax a tech we can lead the way and say, you know, we don't accept this, so therefore you're gonna be paying a lot more taxes. Or, you know something like that. See, I great. Can I be honest with you? I had this debate with my kids over the weekend. And I Yeah, I gotta admit to you. That's where I wanted to go first. They're hurting us. I wanted to hurt them. You know, I wanted to be just like them. I wanted to charge uh, a free speech charge on Amazon every product that anybody orders tax it and then use that money to build a competitive for Amazon in Texas, right? I want to do. I wanted to increase the cost of an apple iPhone from $600 to $800 and use that tax to build a competitors for Apple. But I was reminded by my kid's dad, You're a conservative. You don't believe in taxing people. So I'm gonna talk about this..
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"In data processing custodial work transportation sort of sales. I in the individual will go through the entire process from application to employment together and i will fade away over the course of three months to three years up until that individual becomes completely sustaining. Using the skills that they have at their hand and the skills that we teach them path point and establishing natural supports for example. You know the assistant manager may have special interest in my client and they form a bond outside of my professional involvement and that bond and carries on as i fade away slowly. So it's it's kind of like let's get people involved. Let's keep get people busy and let's seek out opportunities and that's that's that's path point and there are many organizations like that at amazing. Do you see a growing network. You've done this for many years. You see that. There's a bigger acceptance from the community at large in terms of people with mental health issues or developmentally developmental disabilities. It's a joy. And i think it speaks to this part of humanity that doesn't get talked about or or massaged enough which is like we feel. Good when we make amends. We feel good when we recognize. There's a need that we can fulfill that needed. We can share it and we don't necessarily need accolades young man who worked in fawns up glendale and this individual. If you see him you immediately recognize that there. There's something different about him but the joy in the loved this individual is brought to this vons. glendale has has changed the dynamic of even the coworkers. There's you know it. And that's been said to us directly. It's like we're so glad that he is here and we could clean themselves these other things about themselves through his experience. If that makes any sense it's great to hear this story. We don't hear enough about these kind of programs and the kind of work that people like you are doing the way. I met us very very unusual story. It was on a game show years ago and it was one of the greatest things i've ever seen..
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Like you said it just a moment ago. I can't ever be in your shoes or feel what you're feeling but i can give you everything i have to try and and make it a better world for the next person and it's like the men's process it's like i totally hold myself accountable for taking advantage of white privilege and a lot of the time i knew it and the more i learned about white privilege the more interesting to me in the more instances of examples of how i subconsciously took advantage of it in so many ways and then realizing that in and maybe moving into a broader spectrum as human beings and celebrating. And it's like yeah. I'm i'm not sorry but i am. I am engaged in. I am aware of what's happened. I have no need to apologize for what happened. But i do have a responsibility to to to say black lives matter. You know because that's where we are truly where we are today. And i've had a much easier gold than my step brothers and sisters have had of it based on that. That's a fact. My stepbrother and i wrote a play call to picnics. A picnic happening at my stepfather's house in the picnic happening at my grandfather's house and it explores all these issues in makes fun of stereotypes. And you know. I wish i could bottle it and share it with people. People are resistant and people are afraid. And people are defensive and and people in america. A lot of them are like ed. Just get over it. You know like the jews assimilated the chinese assimilated. Why don't you assimilate and it's a completely different thing for black people. It's completely different. It's like organized suppression. They've had a much harder road to for sure. This is not a comparison by any stretch of the imagination. But we're seeing what organized suppression looks like and it is ugly. Ooh is it ugly. It is not a pretty thing comes out of fear but it is Is such a difficult thing. And it's like somebody lying to you To your face and saying something else but you actually see that they're lying. They're lying in the way that they're behaving they're actually doing something. That's that's deceitful. It this is really a good time to deal with all of these things. But like jennifer said it starts with each person it starts with the feelings and thoughts that you have within your own self and if you start their little things like looking at things like different perspective whether it's technique the skill the the big picture of the eagle or whether it's just taking a breath and turning off the lies you know you just you turn off the news for a little bit and you put something inspirational in before.
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"The accountability does fall on validating black america and saying there's been a biblical level of in humane systematic slights to are african american citizens and frankly from my perspective it would be an honor in should be an honor to every single white person that has the ability to say. You know what this really did happen. I didn't intend for it to happen. I wish it didn't happen. But i have the tools to help try and steered in the right direction and the great thing i can say about. The united states of america is we are still the country that can address this in my world travel as a as a public speaker and international public speaker racism. Racism against black people is a global problem. it's a very it's a humanitarian problem. It's just not an american problem. But here in america i think we can really begin to start to take even bigger steps into looking at ourselves. Just like jennifer said earlier. It's an inside job in a were. We're sort of inside this egg so to speak if i'm understanding that that that rationale to some degree but it's like we have the potential to really work at how human beings looking. I sincerely believe that we have a chance in this country to address what truly is a global situation a global experience and that is profound systematic racism against people of color mostly black people in the united states having having lived in a mixed race family mixed race communities and having seen how cohabitation and in cooperation canidu- exist. I think only in america. And that's why i hope so. Strongly that the progressive liberal side will continue to have at least some power. Is that only i think in america. Can we really experiment with holding ourselves accountable. And when i say that it's like it's not a shameful thing to be a white person in feel guilt. I think it's i think it's a great thing i think it's progressive and powerful thing to say. Yeah shit happens. People get advantages and other people have disadvantages and when he can recognize him and try to even the score. that's wonderful. i'm a person of of privilege for sure. I'm also jewish. And i've experienced a lot of antisemitism. When i was growing up in boston but i can't relate to it to that level i mean we've had some violence against us for being jewish so i just think it's the time to to talk about it and to actually make an effort to to reach across and to just say look this happened. It's not enough to say look Everybody owns slaves. And that's just how it was then. That's not that's not an answer for a country. It's actually wrong. It's wrong and needs to be in needs to be it's express and dealt with. It's a horrible horrible thing. It's columbus day. Today go back and look at you know. Columbus was a human being but he was also an abuser and he was also rapist and he was also a lot of other things. it's still columbus day but this is wrong. You have to come out and call it out. What you're saying is that there are things that can be done. But i you have to be accountable even though you may not have done anything specifically not doing something is the accountability. Not speaking up or not. Bring up these conversations right yeah. I think that there's some genuine hope in trying to embrace the amends process..
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"From time to time it can get very heavy very hopeless in it. It literally affects your psycho neurobiology the chemicals in your body because the mid brain doesn't know you're watching the news. It thinks it's something that's happening to you. That part of your brain. That's responsible for survival. Puts you in that survival program all the time so the only way to get out of the only ways to rise up and you can do that. Basically in a couple of ways one is by saying look things have to come apart in order to get fixed they do. There was a lot wrong or this wouldn't have. We would not be in this mess no matter what side of the fence. You're on we all got ourselves here right. And i've said this before that. We're kind of this chronically. Adolescent culture were just. It wasn't going in the right direction no matter what right so really kind of looking. What can i own. Where can i be the best version of myself. If an egg is broken from an outside force benz if an egg is broken up by an insight force life begins right so if we can kind of look at stuff has to be broken here. Tons of stuff isn't working and it's gonna be uncomfortable and it's gonna be messy and then we rise up together and figure out. What do we want things to look like each one of us being the best version of ourselves that we can that can start with a difficult conversation with a family member. you know. there's lots of families were people are in different size of the political spectrum. And it's ruining families are families not talking to each other. It's crazy but if the other thing that's really hard is people don't like the truth. We'll talk about the truth. Nobody likes the truth. If it doesn't agree with them right like a year what they think is the truth so really coming together and being prepared to have your worldview shaken a little bit and to find where you have things in common. That is the answer and listen. It sounds difficult and in some ways. It sounds over in a super simplified. But that's the truth and it can start in your own family..
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Insert funky seventies music birthday of iron and and all hell broke loose with by normally easygoing laid-back sets of grandparents in a black man and three of his biological children have married a white women with three of her biological children and then the world began for me and my siblings as well. Now that we're all older we talk about it and much more humorous ways. I mean racism and you know overt kinds of political stuff and privilege. Oh my god was privileged so apparent an odd. I remember my stepbrother. Bill who kind of launched my acting career for me Bill junior he and i were searching for apartments in new york and he informed me that i was the one who had to go and speak with a landlord. Pretty naive guy. You know frankly. I just was kind always been sort of just kind of going through life easy. I'm privileged in that way. And i i didn't really get it but when i said why. Are you going with me. And i had to be reminded by my then like nineteen twenty year old brother because you're white and go. Yeah that's right and so. It was jeb so many of those kinds of stories coupled with some amazing breakthroughs my racist archie bunker grandfather going through a process of meeting my stepfather in calling him the n word to his face and various other derogatory terms and sarcastic remarks to over the course of about seven or eight years following the birth of my half sister barbara who we lovingly call are mixed peanut so here we go by. Stepfather began by by dropping off his white family to visit their white family on holidays over the course of seven or eight years breaking down fears and barriers and preconceived systematic racism. Type things to carving the thanksgiving day turkey it again. What was essentially a version of arc archie bunkers house. So i got to watch it. Oh my my frightened grandparents confused. Old school grandparents grow comfortable with black.
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"You'll calm down. You'll find ways to connect with the other side of the argument in ways that you never would have been able to if you never got out of that chair. Well i love this. And then and what i like about. I love the physical ization of a different perspective. I also love the term. The big picture. 'cause if you're looking from above if you're going from above you're looking at the big picture look you look at the overview even if you stood from one part of the room and then you move to another part of you move to a different part of the even if you just moved. That would be enough so you really doing role reversal with the people with the issues that you're upset about and you know they always say that life is not a dress rehearsal. It actually is a dress rehearsal. You're rehearsing your emotions. How you deal with your emotions and your thoughts your rehearsing and you always have a chance to practice that even if you sit in one whatever you do just the you have the intention of looking at things from another perspective and making choices about it. I love that. let's call it. The eagle called the big para. I love any size ing that higher order thinking and by the way if you have kids is as great with kids. You can use chalk or if you're outside on the driveway you can have them standard a hula-hoop stand on different pieces of furniture and you can hold their hand. Be safe about it. Kids love this. This is a great way to help your kids in your teens. Exercise that higher order thinking and then shut your tv off for a little while. Don't have the news you know. There's a lotta where the news is like playing around. Take a break and shut it down. 'cause you're not getting the news if you think if you're trying to find out what's really going on you're not getting the news. Whatever network is broadcasting it their broadcasting it through their lens. It's not news and it's addictive you once you start watching you wanna keep watching more so this is not helping you with facts all you can get those from other places. Shut it down yet. Shut it down and you know what if there's big news to you're going to hear it. Somebody's gonna call you. Somebody's gonna text you. You're gonna find out. I want to touch quickly on something you said. Which is the addictive quality. That's a really big part of this. No matter what side you're on people are constantly scrolling through the news through news. Feed to see what now right ooh boring boring heard at her to ooh. That's new and there you get a blast of dopamine. it's it this is. This is literally an addiction..
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Bring in general kalari jennifer. We're going to talk to america. The country like it's a person. I think that one of the things that seems to be happening is we're trying to stop the president from doing what he's doing as opposed to build the country the way that we want the country to be the other thing that we're doing is we have a divided country. We have a lot of reactivity on both son. No matter what side. You're on no matter what you think. And we're reacting to the other people as if they're wrong and as if they're not people so i was listening to the ten percent happier today. Which is a great podcast. Dan harris and also great app. If you haven't heard about it it's terrific and there was a teacher on their who's talking about compassion is not about what's going on with other people. It's actually what's going on with you. It starts with you and when you feel yourself contracting that's when you have to go in and actually look at your own reaction as opposed to trying to change the other people. Can you speak to that. And how do you respond to something like that. You know the statement. Follow the money. It's follow the paint. Wherever you are feeling pain. That's an indicator negative emotions are indicators and their indicators that you're off from the best version of yourself so wherever there's pain risen emotional pain wherever there are triggers that really has to do with with us it has to do with our pass wounds and our issues and where we don't feel listened to or heard so that's a really important piece of knowledge and awareness for sure. You know the the reactivity is the thing that you point back to so for example. If you're watching something on the news which you would be upset today with what's going on in the country with all the stress in the world you'll immediately think i can't believe these people are saying this. You know we need to do something different while look at your own feeling. That's what that's what you're saying you're saying go back to yourself and ask yourself what's going on with me that i'm reacting this way and and then what can i do to either calm myself or make a different choice about how relating to my feelings other than just blaming other people exactly and i'd like to change it from what should i do to. Who should i be right. Just thinking about that. Per second if if literally if we all tried to be the best version of ourselves during this and really recognize. This is a huge thing going on in this country but it's also being mimicked all over the world. It's just a little louder here. These are all things that we need to be thinking about..
"david earl" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"The everybody that's like what kind of an opening is that. It sounds like it sounds like i'm talking to a cat but really what it is some talking to you. This is ed crasnick. You're listening to mental health comedy. The mental health comedy podcast with the my partner. Jennifer kalari alarm jennifer's license. So you're in good hands. This is the show where we have medians. We have all kinds of people from the world of entertainment who come in and we talk about mental health and we actually learn and practice mental health skills because mental health is we know is a practice. It's a huge topic but it really is a practice and you will know when the world has changed when there are people practicing mental health skills. The good news is that we have a chance to practice. Every second every day i could take a breath right now and that would be practicing so there are all kinds of simple skills that we learn and jennifer has a million of them including skills. That will help us rewire our brain and even learn about. Her brain works thousands of years of evolution. They're finding that there might be some information about us contained in the brain. So it's now it's now time to explore that area with all of our advances in life. I wanna talk about a couple things on today's show will first of all our guest is an old friend a dear friend and he is a terrific actor a terrific host. He's done just about everything there is to do in in the entertainment business and comedy in enacting on tv but he also has a really interesting background in special education in mental health in counseling in teaching. And we're going to talk to him about that. And that's david earl waterman david earl waterman joins us in just a few minutes on.
"david earl" Discussed on The Game Changing Podcast
"Yes I. Guess It's relative. Yeah. Many moons ago. You said, yes you to experiencing life and playing on the playground and because you have experienced life so much ups downs and in all betweens man. I, there's no better partner than you on my side and there's no better person I want writing my books of thank you David Earl helping me write my book and I know at the end it's just GONNA BE A. It'll give another the ability to step out of their darkness and Cedar Gifts and step into their own. Mike. So thank you. Thank you. Because is if you guys want to have your book written if you guys how. David I know you say this, but you say a better than me there's really three things that if the if someone has these three things and only these three things, you have the ability to. Take their message find tuna, and they can achieve abundance personally professionally and in so many other areas please share with those three things are so I don't steal your thunder. Well, there's a couple of different things that we read and I like coming up with three words. You know I think it's a great way to express yourself like you'll have chiefs three words what would be the three words. So at the previous event, I was talking about connect and collaborate and crates. That's like three words the event, but probably the three words that I use the most is. I turn it into a question. Would you make more money if your more conventional which you make more money had credibility? Would you make more money to got more exposure because that's my ice acronym it's been making people a lot of money in getting them a lottery results and that's what we do. If you answered. Yes to one of those questions than we're really good fit for you because that's what we do. We help you get more influence more credibility in more exposure and when you have influence incredibly exposure, you become somewhat of a celebrity expert, you become the authority in your industry or. The icon in your industry and that's that's important. Nowadays, you know I I could go and try to change the world that probably shouldn't be important but is and I. I can't change the world. You probably can't change the world. So the game we play is influenced credibility exposure and you know we can't afford to be the world's best kept secret and you know you're somebody who business owners you kinda living your life like you're the witness relocation program. You know it's like you're you're high now no, one can find you. So yeah our job.
"david earl" Discussed on No Agenda
"The no agenda meet UPS. They're like a potty quickey from the there was a more or less an IMPROMPTU TOKYO. Meet up which was held recently a on the twelfth in Tokyo several members of note is by the way from Sir j d Barron of Silicon Valley several members of the knowledge in the nation in peerage gathered in Tokyo on the evening of February twelfth. Twenty twenty the knights and dames in attendance include Sir Mark Dame astronaut the Duke and Duchess of Japan. Sir Three D. Night of Osaka and yours truly the baron of Silicon Valley. The assembled shared rounds of in the morning. And thank you for your courage as well as tasty cocktails and snacks at Dame Astra Answer Marks Amazing Complex Books Art and hip kids in Tokyo. Yes They built this This inc forget what it's called the T. site. I think anyway they. They showed them all. The secrets is a shoot. It's like a library as a meeting. Place A place to get food all in one very successful format. They've made our Damon a day masterton. Cermark showed the secret How you can get to the secret sake bar by pulling apart you know pulling aside. Chinese screen There will be an extensive review of no agenda meet UPS DOT COM and. I'm glad that this all worked out because it was kind of a last minute thing he said. Gm in Tokyo getting in touch with the mark. Aston worked out fantastic. So I'm very happy about that. Thank you for the report. And now we go to our earl Sir Dave Fukumoto who did his Meet up in Manama Bahrain. The Sir David Earl of America's Arlene Saudi Arabia Sherlock Holmes pub in Bahrain for the most marvelous Middle East in Mama. Unfortunately I sit here alone and didn't have any takers today. But it's been fun meantime just kind of hanging out with the heads of John and Adam. Great Conversation was always. It's almost like they're right here with me anyway. Hope both things are well and the rest of the world other meet ups and before to try and this again at some other location in the and no agenda meet ups are so cool even if no one comes there fun thank you. Thank you earl Dave for that report Of course he was probably still high from seeing the Yanni concert so he's probably just so as a buzz so was buzz. Here's an overview of some of the meet UPS. You may want to attend if there's one near you actually. There's one happening today in south. Minneapolis Dr Hammer then. Brewery tap room. Monday Fort Lauderdale. That'll be Rocco's tavern look for the guy in the Spice Force T. Shirt Thursday Kitchener Ontario. Local forty two thirty three meet up in kitchener at Moose Winooski Chris W organizing for you Thursday the twentieth MAG notice this coming. Thursday Magnolia Texas local six six seven Houston's comfort craft brews at the lone pine brewery in downtown Magnolia Texas Joe Organizing then we have the Delray Beach Florida. Meet six o'clock on Friday the twenty first I will be there. Tina the key will be there. It's at the salt water brewery There'll be many people many organizers. I think Crystalline David. Cope are the ones that ultimately are managing the no agenda meet UPS entry. Thank you for that brand new for Saturday back home here almost San Antonio at the Flyer saucer on Hubner Road Andrew White organizing that five thirty on Saturday the snow agenda band. I've skied there. Actually Banff meet on the slopes for the snow agenda details on the website. Josh Cox and also on Saturday Albuquerque. New Mexico Oh that's Jeff Tow hick who has been a supporter of the show. I believe he's a a Sir and he just recovered from a motorcycle accident and so he's back on the stick so to speak. I've known the guy for a think. Eight years since I've known him to motorcycle accidents. It's messed him up. So go check. Came out and say hi at the sidetrack brewery Saturday in Albuquerque New Mexico Springfield Missouri. Two o'clock the first Springfield Missouri. Meet up at Lindbergh's tavern Kayla brinkman organizing that for you on Saturday also on the twenty second Durham North Carolina Meet at the Brier creek beer garden in Raleigh shrinking amid global. Leave more brain room for the thinking. Stuff is their slogan. Jesus Saturday's huge LAX flight. Double O two of the no agenda that will be in. Lax area at the proud bird on aviation boulevard. This is fantastic. Missoula Montana local four zero six also on Saturday their second meet up Christopher Roemer organizing for you circus media and on Saturday as well Three Mile Island EVAC zone zone meet up. It's the South Central Pennsylvania Hillside Cafe and Goldsboro Pennsylvania near the three mile. Item Mat Weavers organizing that. And thank you very much for all the work that everyone is doing. If you want more details go to no agenda meet UPS DOT com if you don't see anything near you here's a crazy thought. Why don't you go ahead and set one up for yourself? They're great they're like.
Tennessee inmate executed in electric chair mumbles last words: 'Beats being on death row'
"Death row inmate has been electrocuted for a nineteen Eighty-one murder of a mentally disabled woman in Nashville David Earl Miller's the third person executed by the state this year. Sixty one year old was the longest serving inmate on death row at thirty six years. His last words were beats being on death row. And quote Miller was convicted for killing twenty three year old Lee stand defer of Knoxville Tennessee Miller toes to die by electric chair after his attorneys had argued lethal injection causes
Tennessee executes David Earl Miller by electric chair
"The longest serving inmate on death row was finally executed after thirty six years. David Earl Miller was put to death yesterday in Tennessee for the murder of a mentally disabled woman in one thousand nine hundred eighty one the sixty one year old Miller chose to die by electric chair after his attorneys had argued that lethal injection caused a