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"david gilford" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

11:53 min | 11 months ago

"david gilford" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Tonight. I'm just going to tell the truth. That is what Joe Biden says. His plan will be when he debates Mike Bloomberg for the first time in just over an hour and speaking to reporters earlier at a union picket line here Biden previewed. The kind of truth he plans to tell about Bloomberg is basically a Republican is all life. I'm GonNa talk about his record. Find OUT KATE. Benfield deputy campaign manager and communications director for the Biden Campaign So Look Joe. Biden's been going after Mike Bloomberg All Week. I'm that he's you know everybody has been But you know this is going to continue tonight for sure. So what is Vice? President's strategy to try to get a direct with Bloomberg. Well I think are important questions that Democratic voters have Mike Bloomberg running in a Democratic primary and there are questions about why he did not endorse Barack Obama in two thousand eight how he oversaw a stop and Frisk Program in New York City. That was incredibly damaging to young black men in that city You know why in two thousand ten. He called the affordable care act. President Obama and Vice President Biden signature achievement. A disgrace so I think if if your mayor Bloomberg and you're running in a Democratic primary Democratic voters have some real questions about About your record and I think you're going to hear a lot of contrast tonight you're going to hear vice. President Biden talk about the things that he and President Obama did together achieved in the White House and I think that in of itself is a pretty stark comparison to somebody like Mayor Bloomberg who was very critical of President Obama and the Obama Administration. I'd almost every at every turn. So so. There is the Bloomberg factor. There's also the Bernie Sanders factor. I mean you know you all have gone almost a whole year. Where Joe Biden was the front runner and now all of a sudden in these recent polls in the past few days right Bernie Sanders is surging way above anybody else. Joe Biden everybody else included It does seem though when you look at the Games that a lot of it has come in the polls at the expense of Joe Biden. What does job? I didn't need to do right now. Here in Nevada here in South Carolina to prove that that narrative is wrong. Well I think we're at a point in the race now where communities of color or getting to have their say The vice president has a long relationship has a long record of fighting for the things that these communities care about and he has strong relationships there so You know I also think there are some really important contrast here to on healthcare. We're here in Nevada. Where the fight over Medicare for all versus building on Obamacare is particularly resonant because this is a union state you have union households who have bargain four and worked for the healthcare coverage that they've earned and Medicare for all is would take that choice away from them and so I think you're going to hear tonight A lot of discussion about You know vice president. Biden's plan to protect and build on Obamacare. I think another issue I would interstate. You'd hear a lot about tonight Where there's a strong contrast between Senator Sanders and vice president and his own guns Senator Sanders voted five times against the Brady Bill. That was excit- that Vice President Biden led the Brady. Bill ESTABLISHED THE BACKGROUND CHECK. process You know he's he's senator. Sanders sided with the gun manufacturers and voted to give them to protect them from liability for the damage that their guns do shooting. I think that there are really important contrast here I would expect. You're going to hear some of that on the debate stage tonight. All right and I spoke yesterday. James Clyburn. Who obviously isn't a an endorsement? Everybody wants he's been known as the king-maker in South Carolina coveted an endorsement Longtime friend of course of job is also use Mike Bloomberg. Very well Here's what I said last night. I asked you so. He said he's not endorsing because the the the network running the debate next week asking him to wait but he knows exactly who. He's going to vote for here is what he said. I'm not an issue at all under exactly what I'm going to vote for. I've known that for some sometime now. I'm not sure I'm not unsure at all. I'm sorry I know exactly what I'm GonNa vote for. I've known that for some time. Do you think that's Joe Biden? Well we certainly hope so. That's obviously for Mister Clever to say As you say he has a long relationship with Joe Biden. I know The vice president values his friendship Tremendously with Mr Clyburn We certainly hope that we're gonNA earn his vote But I think regardless you're GONNA see Vice President Biden in South Carolina Next week campaigning. Hard fighting to win every vote You know again. He's got a a a long list of progressive accomplishments on issues that are particular importance the African American community. I think you're gonNA hear him talking about that on the debate stage tonight. I think it's a strong again. I think it's a strong contrast with some the others You're going to see on the stage tonight but But he's going to be fighting hard to win every vote in South Carolina. All right thank you very much kate. Good to see you. I appreciate your time and next breaking news. President trump tapping outspoken partisans lead a crucial group of National Security Agencies? Tonight intelligence officials are raising serious concerns plus Jeannie Moos on how Mike Bloomberg's past comments on trump are coming back to him and I said yes Donald I do love you. The wait is over coming to H. L. N. All new episodes of forensic files follow the evidence and crack the case forensic files do. Sundays at ten only on H. L. N. Book Steam Room. Everybody Ernie Johnson and Charles. Barkley we own a role right now. Is this a chance to blow off? Steam yes I can't Brag about. Show that just make you an apple subscribing. Download the steam room on your favorite podcast. App EVERY THURSDAY. Subscribe Breaking News. President trump just announcing. Who is next? Acting Director of National Intelligence will be tweeting. I'm pleased to announce that are highly respected ambassador to Germany. Richard Grenell will become the acting director of National Intelligence. Rick is represented our country exceedingly well and I look forward to working with him. Grenell though is already being criticized from within trump's own administration. Jim Shudo is out front. So let's just start with this Richard Grenell someone who as journalists? We have all interacted with many times over the years. How unusual pick is he for this job? Listen I know folks at home are are used to hearing alarm about the president's decisions and Appointments Talk about this role for a moment. The deny was formed after nine. Eleven to prevent another nine eleven. Other key. Catastrophic attack took to coordinate among the intelligence agencies to make sure they were speaking to each other and that the nation protects the nation. I WanNa read from the intelligence reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of two thousand four which perform this position. It said any individual nominated for -pointment as deny show have extensive national security expertise and that has been followed in the sixteen years since then. Let's throw up on the screen the previous occupants of this role. They have been people with extensive experience. In Intelligence John Negroponte. He was a former National Security Deputy deputy national security advisor Mike McConnell. He was director of the National Intelligence. Eight national security agency Dennis Blair he commanded all U S forces in the Pacific David Gilford. He was a principal director of National Intelligence. You look at James Clapper. Fifty Years in Intelligence Rick. Grenell does not have any intelligence experience. Except as a as a spokesman. And that shows when you look at these people who've served this role before Joseph Maguire as well he was he was director of the NCPC. Which is the the coordinating body presenting preventing a terrorist attack on us. Soil this is completely out of the realm of recent experience but also explicitly outside the definition of what this role was designed to be. Regis presidential choice so so I understand that the that the Senate confirmation is believed to be so uphill that perhaps he may not formally nominate him. So first of all Willy formally nominated but secondly Jim if he's acting. Is that really any different? I mean can you just essentially stay acting as long as the president wants him to stay acting and all the things that you're concerned about well it would still be in effect while you're right? I mean the the current feeling and CNN's reporting is that even Republican lawmakers are up in arms about this but the president has filled many senior roles with acting people in those roles. His own chief of staff is an acting chief of staff and when when you have active. Why do people at home? Why should they care about this? Because the Senate has a role in confirming these positions these are Senate confirmed positions. When they're acting they do not have Senate confirmation and therefore you don't have anybody else but the president with voice in those in those choices and you may very well have. This question is how long does it? Last May last for a few weeks a few months regardless during that time the person overseeing the intelligence agencies to prevent these threats to the country will be someone with no intelligence experience. That is that's alarming. And all right Jim Shudo. Thank you very much with that breaking news next genie most on the love hate relationship between Michael Bloomberg and Donald Trump. We are pressing estimating of history. Cnn presents a story of the Williamson. Most famous royal family the windsors inside the Royal Dynasty Sundays at ten on CNN tonight trump Bloomberg. And when opposites attract here's Janey more like a Valentine's Day card a headline did Mike Bloomberg really say to Donald Trump. Yes Donald I do love you. It was enough to make some swear off. Bloomberg two peas in a pod. Next actually two. Ps of such different sizes probably wouldn't fit in the same pod it was Bloomberg himself who described the love quote set. It happened about a month. After president trump was elected that trump noted he saw Bloomberg talk about him at the Democratic Convention? I'm a New Yorker and I know a con when I see one after mentioning the speech trump said. But you really do love me. Don't you and I said yes. Donald I do love hold. The presses. Proclamation of love looks bad for Bloomberg until you hear the line after the headline and I said Yes Donald. I do love you. I just disagree with everything you've ever said and we had a good laugh. Sort of like the photo Bernie. Sanders tweeted that made trump and Bloomberg looked chummy. Bloomberg went on to say. Could you sat and had dinner with Donald Trump? You'd probably walk away. Saying everything he said is both be can't be doing that you have a good time. Public Declarations of love can be perilous member Kim Jong Hoon and then we fell in love. Okay better to express love for the masses. I love the Evangelical. I loved the poorly educated and safest of all to proclaim love four inanimate objects always love trucks. I still do even when I was a little boy at four years old. Nobody'S GONNA make a headline out of that that comes back to knock you out slack gene. Cnn New York and thanks so much for joining us. I'll be back tonight at eleven o'clock eastern right after the democratic debate I'll have special coverage and interviews with the candidates. Sixty starts right now..

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"david gilford" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"david gilford" Discussed on Racing Post

"It is the last round of the Super Eights and the football championship and the preview for for cracking games we have got our regular football pundit patiarch and Damian Fitzgerald from our sponsors Potty Power David Jennings and it is it. This weekend is going to obviously set the tone for the rest of the championship because we've got Mayo in there and either Mayo Donegal exit to chapter this. This is when the serious stuff start before we get stuck in. We're going to have a regular tree quickfire questions. The first three are for you patiarch number one is and I've been thinking about this all week looking at America. The Footballer of the Year Market Seems Wide Open and the betting suggests that way but surely there's value in there somewhere possibly in Dublin grandcamp before you give your answer Daming Fitzgerald. Can you give us some prices please on the Footballer of the Year Market. Have you ever known to open Yano his their jets very often. It's both won't be one from now on is under detained so that's why it's Open Jack. McCaffrey's are five at five to one. We've seen in a bit of support for him last week. Actually at David Gilford eleven to two Khanakala an AIDS Mike Murphy AIDS callousness tens at Fenton Maxine <unk> fourteen twenty bear bright PADIRAC. It's five to one field. Who should we be backing? I wouldn't mind having a few quid. I'm Brian Phantom and he he's. He's he's guaranteed the stacked. He's guaranteed to pendulum play when he usually plays where he can sound or true to mid. Let the weekend and clip a goal you know have a a big semi final and then play well in the final. I wouldn't mind having a few good him attached one twelve to one Brian Fanton. He is a class act almost guaranteed antiques Ken Starr Dame I know I know we'll have three questions for you. But what would your answer be there. McCaffrey is a is a very good front-runner like I didn't get fives. I didn't get into bigger games for Dublin. He really stands out like he was mad at match in the semi final and finding last year and he didn't get played here and I think for detain would fenton and as he got it last year so maybe they'll give it someone this year. I didn't Jack McCaffrey at five twenty. I can see why the monies from him to think like we alternate opened are GonNa win the championship so if you do think blue in the championship I think was it basically leaky gin and Andy Moore and Bogardus when Dublin warned the island and I think I think that the selection committee gotTa better go for that so I would be surprised if Dublin won the ship. That wasn't open player. Would you yeah I think I think if they win five unroll. I think you'd probably see tree. WMD nominated unless someone really standard so yeah. I think it'd probably be a dove and tariff data in R._A.. Okeydoke say your second question. potty is apart from your uncle column. Who is your favorite Sunday game football pundit? I say Kevin mcstay. Oh Okay your unexplained he. He calls it fairly straight on his you know he he's got a good background in the game obviously from being a player Dan on the sideline as a coach true global no into county as well think he's all rounded. He said he's very good in his easy listening and he makes very valid points points. He doesn't go off on tangents. He doesn't make it about and Salvato and he used to do your job. He used to be our pundits on the postcard so maybe you would follow in his footsteps Patty Freddie and make your way up the ladder to the game. Just don't take a half the background that the football tobacco. I think he's got a few more Laura Trophies <unk> on the counter tonight. If you're young yes okay question number three you have to pick the best six doberm- forwards of all Italian in their usual positions. Tell me the numbers ten to fifteen okay number ten Hodgson Eleven Alan Brogan. Even oh don't care anyway. Okay twelve Kieran Doth Hopi Cheese. We're going back in time. They're thirteen boom boom jail l.. WHOA fourteen Jimmy Keaveney? You definitely negotiate what your over this number fifteen runner Brogan Whoa so no Karen Kenney <hes> that's interesting yeah it was it was a toss of a coin there tink.

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"david gilford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"david gilford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Afternoon, and Oxford circus, and it turned into a giant political street party right here in the center of London in the middle of this. Crossroads is a pink sailboat that somebody wheeled in and a bunch of robbers have been performing up on the sailboat and over here. I can see a bunch of people are serving food. I just couldn't couldn't miss it. I I just have to be here. L Spearman traveled inherently south west Birmingham. She's a high school senior who's participated in school strikes over climbed the change. The words action now are written motor for head the government unknown taking mysteriously we need people to acknowledge that actually we are in a state of emergency. And it's only gonna get worse than I am. Very Scott's my future. David Gilford is Hertfordshire coordinator for extinction rebellion the group behind the protests. We're looking for a zero carbon Britain by two thousand twenty five which means reducing emissions. Very seriously very rapidly. What soccer? Prices. Would we have to make? Beal on us. We would probably have to eat a lot more local foods so things would have to be grown locally not broken such a distance. I'm certainly people would probably have to fly less nearby. Mary Nash leans against the stop lake watching the protest. He manages drivers who deliver industrial parts here, but sends them home because the demonstrations may traffic impossible generally supports the protesters goals, but not their methods. I understand the reason why but. Thanks of us every guy pay to live in is sold. You'll has to work would you state with me? Yes. As that. In addition to Oxford circus demonstrators have taken control of marble arch Waterloo, bridge and parliament square extinction. Rebellion says it plans to expand its protests to disrupt London to service today. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, London. This is NPR news. It's seventeen and a half. Now before the hour of seven and a time for another look at commute conditions this morning with that. Here's Joe McConnell. Still have the crash on northbound of the eighty split blocking two right lanes. If involving a car that's over turned on its side and traffic is backed up solid to eighty and the skyway. Westbound is backed up onto the West End of the upper deck of the bay bridge. Two at north eight eighty seven Jose seventeen. There's a stalled car still reported there. Eighty westbound at Hercules might be some pieces of metal in the two right lanes. And also back to the bay bridge might be stall westbound before. For the island right lane. Joe McConnell for K Q d all right? Thank you, Joe. And I think you're toast is done. That report brought to you by the crumbs and colitis foundation now six forty three. It's time for a listener commentary. That comes our.

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"david gilford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With Amy Lawrence quite an eventful week for the Toronto Raptors how you feel about this team is now at forty win. Same number of wins as the Milwaukee Bucks, and they get this big comeback in Atlanta for another victory on the same day that they secure Markelle Saul as a member of their franchise moving forward. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio and on the Toronto radio network. You get both Siaka and Fred van vanfleet who set career highs pretty impressive again. It's a busy week but everybody chipping in so Siachen with a career high thirty three vanfleet a career best thirty and they're one of the big two of the big reasons why the raptors rallied after they were down nearly twenty in the first half. And then they find out about Mark Hamill said Powell, then they find out about Ghazal that should be. Safe. And this is this is a bitter sweet deal for longtime fans of the NBA specifically, those of the Memphis grizzlies because Gosol was one of the cornerstone pieces there, and he and Mike Conley. Even going back to the trio is Randolph who of course, as his long moved on. But but they were the reason why fan showed up, and they were the the all stars for the grizzlies and now to here. Mike Conley talk about how different it is. It's just it's foreign to show up in the locker room or to be in the huddle. And there's no Mark assault. But as you can imagine from Toronto's perspective to add an all-star with his kind of experience. And of course, his his bulk and his skill in the paint is impressive. So messiah Jiri who is the Toronto general manager was speaking about adding Ghazal before the NBA's trade deadline. Marcus. Phenomenal player and. Real. Think a winner. Hopefully can come on make an impact I've talked to Mark is really excited to be here. And. This is my think exciting for us going forward as we've moved to try to. All of us writes, even dream of contending for for championship in B, M, B A N. We hope that that's how a goal, and I think everybody on the team understands that. So we'll we'll keep trying to achieve this goal Masai, Jerry who's the general manager of the raptors. And if you think about the players that are in that locker room now, there are veterans who have been denied the opportunity to win an NBA title who've played in the postseason though, obviously Kawhi Leonard and Danny green both have rings. And so they've been to the pinnacle of the sport, and they bring that to the table, but Marcus saw as well as a Kyle Lowry, and even guys like we just talked about and Fred vanfleet with a few years under their belt, you would expect that there would be leadership in that locker room and. They've changed a lot right? They they changed a bunch of pieces. No, more demar derozan. Obviously, they changed the head coach to start the season and went with Nick nurse. And so they did make some changes to try to impact the culture after three consecutive playoff exit at the hands of the Cavaliers and most recently being swept away that they were last season was just painful. I mean, it was a whimper. It wasn't even going down with a fight. It was just a whimper at a at a depth to the raptors something had to change. And so they've made these moves now, maybe come back stronger. And I know there's a lot of you who will not believe it until you see it. But certainly first year head coach Nick nurse has a lot to work with even now, adding Saul there's a lot of positives with a guy like all right? And I think most of them come with with being battle tested. Right. I think I think we all know that that those players. Offs can get wild and woolly. And he's a guy that's been through them. Deep many times. I like the way that the top of the Eastern Conference is shaping up because right now you've got two teams with forty wins. The Sixers are in there. They traded for Tobias Harris and obviously got Jimmy Butler earlier in the season the Boston Celtics if they can keep kyri healthy. And I know they lost at the buzzer to resign Rondo and the Lakers, but still a team with a bunch of playoff experience. Milwaukee added Nico mirror attached from the pelicans. So not the player that you expected to move from the pelicans are thought might but Nico while he doesn't bring the same kind of experience to the table. As does a Markelle, Saul is obviously a guy who's busily a couple of years. And I think the versatility he's gotten better he's gotten stronger as a player in these last couple of years. So can add to excuse me. I don't know why the hiccups they come at the weirdest times. And only five year olds have hiccups in here. I am. I'm not five and I get hiccups. But Nico Mary touchdown the last I'm not allergic to you. It's after hours on CBS sports radio. We'll get back to your phone calls here. And we'll we'll get to Las Vegas for our next call. But as we're talking about Frank Robinson and end remembering his legacy and then thinking back to previous eras of baseball and. Jackson Jackson pose that with the idea of these ten years three hundred million dollar contracts, which may or may not happen. Chris found this fantastic TBT. So we do we didn't NFL TBT all the way through the season on Thursdays. And now, of course, it's not football anymore. So we're doing just a plain old sports TV T. But how about this going back to February of nineteen forty nine? Joe DiMaggio became the first one hundred thousand dollar a year player for the Yankees. So nine hundred forty nine here. We are obviously seventy years down the road in in February of two thousand nineteen but Joe DiMaggio. Seventy years ago. Was baseball's first one hundred thousand dollar man, not one million dollar, man. Not two hundred million dollar, man. Nope. That would come later. I one hundred thousand dollar a year baseball player for sure. I bet he didn't say that. But still at the time in the forties. That was incredible. Now, I wonder if he could strangle a mountain lion with his bare hands. That's all I need to know. Hey, Brian, you missed are very entertaining conversation. Chris actually has a plan for putting outlining headlock should he ever encounter one while running? I don't think that's going to happen. Dave, and I are just going to be screaming and picking up sticks and rocks. And whatever it is that we can do do you have a plan for fighting off an eighty pound mountain lion. Should it ever be required? Our weapons allowed. Well, are you running with a weapon off I have if I know I can bring it up into the fight. Did you not hear the story man was running in Colorado and he's out in this area wilderness. And this eighty pound notes juvenile mount lines. I got little eager got looked sighted and attacked the guy. And so he's got bite marks on his what was it? He head and rest writer, neck and wrist, and he ends up. It's either him or the lion. Somebody's going down. And so he strangles said mountain lion and somehow gets out of there and get to the hospital. I wouldn't want to kill the animal. But I guess I'd have to go that route was going to say if it's either you or the animal we feel the same way Ming, David Gilford. In my life of killing the animal what you'd be dead if he's a juvenile though. Yeah. It's a kid. He was a teenage mountain life to live past my teenage years. Oh, yes. You're all of Twenty-one. You're so far pastor, wait. Are you twenty two? Are you twenty still twenty one failed twenty wide? Okay. So you're juvenile as well in a manner of speaking, you outline have a lot in common. Eight five five two one two four two two seven. It was important conversation to have with the people that you love. What would you do if you've got an attack by mountain lion? We need to be prepared Sundays is listening in Las Vegas is that you're given name. No, no. Go ahead. No, you you called you. Go ahead. Okay. First of all, I love your laugh. No party not on purpose. I was at the game were in France. Yeah. Yeah. Not. I remember buying a home plate. I had great seats where it was. In cleveland. Okay. And. We'll all Kyrie was on our team to get here. And we get a log a jaywalking aided. H he aided prayer. So. Papers. March. The office. We said he wanted to be dollar mortgage. Frank. Razer? I mean, egos were even operational back. Then just because they didn't get paid nearly as much money. Does it mean that they didn't have the giant ego is to go along with their careers? Right. So that's a cool memory though. I mean, sometimes I feel like I missed a golden era of major league baseball. And I wish I could go back and see guys like DiMaggio in Ruth and on and on and on even Ted Williams. Frank robinson. These are not players that I ever saw other than in videos, and so I I wish that I had seen some of the greats hit home runs and run the bases. Casey, one more thing real quick. Sure. You don't sandy Koufax was my idol. And I remember sixty three. The World Series the afternoons so wave is daddy to for school getting up. So my bedroom. Well before. Yeah. That was. Fifteen fifteen seconds. Go ahead. Eighty rows room. I guess. War. My bedroom. Says are you are you better? Stay home from school. Popat stakeout fifteen years. That's awesome. That's a good memory. And I'm glad that your mom contributed to it. So that you can. So that you can remember that as a young kid. Thank you so much. I'm sorry. We have to let you go because we are up against the top of the hour. Is that money indicates that money that money music indicates by the way in today's economic economy DiMaggio. It'd be worth one point seven five million..

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"david gilford" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This is after hours with Amy Lawrence quite an eventful week for the Toronto Raptors how you feel and about this team is now at forty wins. Same number of wins as the Milwaukee Bucks, and they get this big comeback in Atlanta for another victory on the same day that they secure Marcus Saul as a member of their franchise moving forward. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio and on the Toronto radio network. You get both Siaka and Fred vanfleet who set career highs pretty impressive again. It's a busy week but everybody chipping in so Siachen with a career high thirty three vanfleet a career best thirty and they're one of the big two of the big reasons why the raptors rallied after they were down nearly twenty in the first half. And then they find out about Marcus all said power, then they find out about Ghazal that to be. Safe. And this is this is a bitter sweet deal for longtime fans of the NBA specifically, those of the Memphis grizzlies because Gosol was one of the cornerstone pieces there, and he and Mike Conley. Even going back to the trio is that Randolph who of course, his long moved on. But, but they were the reason why fans showed up, and they were the the all stars for the grizzlies and now to here. Mike Conley talk about how different it is. It's just it's foreign to show up in the locker room or to be in the huddle, and there's no Markelle Saul. But as you can imagine from Toronto perspective to add an all star with his kind of experience. And of course, his his bulk and his skill in the paint is impressive. So messiah Jerry who is the Toronto general manager was speaking about adding Ghazal before the NBA trade deadline. Marcus, oh phenomenal player and. Real. Think a winner. Hopefully can come on. Make an impact I've talked to Mark is really excited to be here. And. This is my think exciting for us going forward as we move to try to. All of us rights Cheever dream of contending for for a championship in the NBA. And we hope that's how a goal, and I think everybody on the team understands that. So. Well, we'll keep trying to achieve this goal. Messiah you Jerry who's the general manager of the raptors? And if you think about the players that are in that locker room now, there are veterans who have been denied the opportunity to win an NBA title who've played in the postseason though, obviously Kawhi Leonard and Danny green both have rings. And so they've been to the pinnacle of the sport, and they bring that to the table, but Marcus Saul as well as a Kyle Lowry and even guys like we just talked about and Fred vanfleet with a few years under their belt. You would expect that there would be leadership in that locker room and. They've changed a lot right? They changed a bunch of pieces. No, more demar derozan. Obviously, they changed the head coach to start the season and went with Nick nurse until they did make some changes to try to impact the culture after three consecutive playoff exit at the hands of the Cavaliers and most recently being swept the way that they were last season was just painful. I mean, it was a whimper. It wasn't even going down with a fight. It was just a whimper at a depth to the raptors something had to change. And so they've made these moves now, maybe come back stronger. And I know there's a lot of you who will not believe it until you see it. But certainly first year head coach Nick nurse has a lot to work with even now adding to Saul there's a lot of positives with a guy like Ghazal, right? And I think most of them come with with being battle tested. Right. I think I think we all know that that those playoffs can get wild and woolly, and he's a guy that's been through them. Deep many times. I like the way that the top of the Eastern Conference is shaping up because right now you've got two teams with forty wins. The Sixers are in there. They traded for Tobias Harris and obviously got Jimmy Butler earlier in the season the Boston Celtics if they can keep kyri healthy. And I know they lost at the buzzer to resign Rondo and the Lakers, but still a team with a bunch of playoff experience. Milwaukee added Nico mirror attached from the pelicans. So not the player that you expected to move from the pelicans are thought might but Nico while he doesn't bring the same kind of experience to the table. As does a Marcus all is obviously a guy who's busily a couple of years. And I think the versatility he's gotten better he's gotten stronger as a player in these last couple of years. So can add to excuse me. I don't know why the hiccups they come at the weirdest times. And only five year olds have hiccups in here. I am. I'm not five and I get hiccups. But Nico mirrored touchdown the last I'm not allergic to you. It's after hours on CBS sports radio. We'll get back to your phone calls here. And we'll we'll get to Las Vegas for our next call. But as we're talking about Frank Robinson and and remembering his legacy and then thinking back to previous errors of baseball. And. Jackson Jackson pose that with the idea of these ten years three hundred million dollar contracts, which may or may not happen. Chris found this fantastic TBT. So we do we didn't NFL TBT all the way through the season on Thursdays. And now, of course, it's not football anymore. So we're doing just a plain old sports TV T. But how about this going back to February of nineteen forty nine? Joe DiMaggio became the first one hundred thousand dollar a year player for the Yankees. So nineteen forty nine here. We are obviously seventy years down the road in February of two thousand nineteen but Joe DiMaggio. Seventy years ago. Was baseball's first one hundred thousand dollar man, not one million dollar, man. Not two hundred million dollar, man. Nope. That would come later. I one hundred thousand dollar a year baseball player for shoulder monies? I bet he didn't. Say that but still at the time in the forties. That was incredible. Now, I wonder if he could strangle a mountain lion with his bare hands. That's all I need to know. Hey, Brian, you missed are very entertaining conversation, Chris actually has a plan for putting an outline in a headlock should he ever encounter one while running? I don't think that's going to happen. Dave, and I are going to be screaming and picking up sticks and rocks. And whatever it is that we can do do you have a plan for fighting off an eighty pound mountain lions should it ever be required. Our weapons allowed. Well, are you running with a weapon if I have if I know I can bring them up into the fight. Did you not hear the story man was running in Colorado, and he's out in the Senate credible area? It's wilderness, and this eighty pound notes juvenile mount lines all got little eager got look sighted and attacked the guy. And so he's got bite marks on his what was it? No head and rest writer, neck and wrist, and he ends up. It's either him or the lion. Somebody's going down. And so he strangles said mountain lion. And somehow gets out of there and get to the hospital. I wouldn't want to kill the animal. But I guess I'd have to go that route was going to say if it's either you or the animal we feel the same way me, David Gilford. In my life of killing the animal. Well, you'd be dead if he's juvenile though. Yeah. It's a kid. It was like a teenage mountain lines past teenage years. Oh, yes. You're all of Twenty-one yourself our pasture. Wait, are you twenty two? Now, are you twenty still Twenty-one fill twenty one? Okay. So you're a juvenile as well in a manner of speaking you the mountain lion. Have a lot in common. Eight five five two one two four two two seven. It was important conversation to have with the people that you love. What would you do if you've got attacked by a mountain lion? We need to be prepared Sunday is listening in Las Vegas is that you're given name. No. Go ahead. No, you you called you. Go ahead. Okay. First of all, I love your laugh. No party not on purpose. I was at the game were Frank Robinson his first home, right? Yeah. Yeah. It was. It's a cloud with nuts. I remember by home plate. I had great seats. Where was. In cleveland. Okay. And. Well, Terry was on our team to their year and get a log a jaywalking aided. H he aided spread. So he. Gingrich. Papers the next day that he marched in the office. We said he wanted to be a dollar mortgage. Frank. I mean, egos were even operational back. Then just because they didn't get paid nearly as much money doesn't mean that they didn't have the giant egos to go along with their careers. So that's a cool memory though. I mean, sometimes I feel like I missed the golden era of major league baseball. And I wish I could go back and see guys like DiMaggio and Ruth and on and on and on even Ted Williams. Frank robinson. These are not players that I ever saw other than in videos, and so I I wish that I had seen some of the greats hit home runs and run the bases. Casey, one more thing real quick. Sure. You don't sandy Koufax was my idol. And I remember in sixty three. He's going to be the World Series afternoons, so. His daddy. Those time to get up for school. I'm not getting up. So my mother Thompson new bedroom. Well, before that was like fifteen fifteen seconds. Go ahead. Eighty rows room. I guess way for you to get war. My bedroom says are you your war? We'd better stay home from school. He added each Colfax strikeouts. Fifteen years. That's awesome. That's a good memory. And I'm glad that your mom contributed to it. So that you can. So that you can remember that as a young kid. Thank you so much. I'm sorry. We have to let you go because we are up against the top of the hours that money indicates that money that money music indicates by the way in today's economic economy to measure will be worth one point seven.

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"david gilford" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"John boehner. Join Ray we could list every injured eagles player, but we're only on until one o'clock the opportunity to go through all that with our friend. Dr David Gilford dock. We hope you and your family had a great thanksgiving did help you guys have to onto spectacular way. We really get in. We wish the best to you. And everyone out there in the Cooper community. I know we've talked about this before. But I just wanted to get into this a little bit one of the many injuries at the eagles had this last week was they lost middle linebacker, Jordan Hicks. Certainly not for the first time. This time with a calf muscle all that. I haven't seen anywhere clarify what the calf muscle injury is. But. Ray? Hell let's go through the checklist. He blew out an achilles. He Pirka thumb Minnesota swimming pool on his honeymoon. I know was right. It was broke his thumb. He had a quad injury before the list goes gets longer than that. Are there athletes certainly people athletes who because we're going finger? We're going we're going we're going all different parts of the body. Are there people who just by nature of their physical being are more injury prone than others? Well, it can be. I mean, there's not really a lot of evidence necessarily where you know. They didn't don't get blood work and say, okay, you have this certain molecules they are prone to having or injuries. And sometimes, unfortunately, it just they get the injury by the type of person that just never had a chance to stay on the field for extended period time, and they have all this talent a lot of times, and they just never able to gain a potential and stay on the field and really show what they are about. So unfortunately, some people just get the injury bug. And it goes one injury after another and they just keeps getting put out. Yeah. It'll be it'll be an easier thing to explain or understand if if he were poorly conditioned. If you're an athlete that didn't train really hard. And you knew that he was he didn't he didn't take the time to get in shape. And he had all these different injuries, you'd say, well, you know, if he worked harder to condition himself, maybe this wouldn't happen. But no one's ever suggested. That's the case with Jordan Hicks. I mean, he's you know, he's he works really hard as conditioning. He's always in shape. And yet, it's it's always always injured. But yet it's always a different injury. It's just it's I don't know if I've ever in all my years around football that I've ever seen one single player suffers so many different parts of his body. And that's the thing the same injury over and over again, and that could be a problem with mechanics or something else. But because you know, Pachtos cry to his hamstring does something else it's really hard to pinpoint. And fortunately, he just doesn't have a lock on the field. Yeah. Yeah. The question has been asked Dr. And it's been asked and press conferences to to the head coach. There are some question. The eagles turned over their entire medical staff this year, they changed the trainers. They changed the doctors which seemed like a very strange thing coming off a Super Bowl anyway. But they changed over the whole medical staff. And the question has been asked by reporters of the coach is there. It does have they seen any link-up here with the new medical staff coming into this wave of injuries. And I'm just wondering you as a as a doctor is there anything is there anything that doctors can do to prevent injuries. I mean, it sounds like a silly question. But that seems to be at the root of what everybody's asking. Yeah. I mean there are prevention. You know, Nick good nutrition, obviously conditioning is important making sure it is right men and make sure that field conditions are all that type of stuff. You know, they have, you know, top physicians in an organization, you know, good job at fortunately, sometimes it is you know, they get the injury bug where their teams. Just gets decimated. And sometimes that teams don't just happens. This year is a bad one on all to the defensive backs to sure is we don't know when they're gonna do. I heard they're on. They're practicing with the wide receivers defensive backs me flip-flop. Yeah. We actually undock thanks for bringing up Dr gal again, thanks as always for checking in and have a great holiday weekend. You and your family. You guys have a good one Dr. Yeah, he brought us and they actually wanted to mention with you. They worked out this week having some of the wide receivers played defensive back there out of bodies. You don't envision any way that's going to happen in the game. A couple of these guys get hurt. I mean, that's going to integrate Golden State. That's your fallback position. Yeah. About that. You trade the third round draft choice for golden Tatum. A cornerback. What are the things and I'll give credit because Jimmy Kemp ski wrote this. And I found this interesting which is. Not to Jordan Hicks getting injured as good thing by any stretch because it's not but the eagles have to decide at the end of this year if they're going to keep Jordan Hicks around and extend his contract. The saving grace of this. I don't even know how to say it is. Maybe now you play chimera grew shea hill and get the chance to see if he's a guy who can start for you at linebacker. If that's a direction to go. You seem unimpressed. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think that I don't know who the backup. I mean right now, if you look at their depth chart, they say, the backup middle linebackers, Nathan, Jerry. Who I mean, I don't see him as a viable NFL starter. You see gruza hill is one I don't know about the I don't know about him in the middle. I would possibly I mean he's played fairly well on the outside. I thought when he's had a chance to play. But Jordan Hicks is is is a really good player who just can't stay on the field. And so if his contract is really up at the end of the year, they have to make a decision there. I mean, do they do they give him a new deal to the extent him? I think you move on based on what you've seen you probably would. It's a shame. But that's the nature of the game. Is I'm gonna give you, you know, four years at six million in a seven million dollar signing bonus. When I get ten games a year Audi. I can't do it. Yeah. Yeah. And and it's been he's only had now one season where he has been able to play sixteen games. And that includes his college career at Texas. So I'd say that's a that's a pretty fair sampling there, and how much are you willing to commit to a player like that? Probably not so much. I mean, I know they like him. And I know he's he's he's a good kid who when he plays plays. Well, but if you're talking about make giving him a new contract, I don't know if they're going to be prepared to do.

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"david gilford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart in nineteen Ninety-three wired launched into the brave new world of tech journalism at a time in most Americans have even really sent an Email twenty five years later wired looks back at how the reporting investigations predictions and optimism of its pages reflected or evolving tech world, and the larger culture around it wired editor in chief, Nick Thompson. And political scientists, David Karp. Join me now talk about Wired's special twenty fifth anniversary issue. Thank you guys for being on the show. Thanks for having us. Thanks. So David you read every issue of wired is that true. Yeah. About six weeks this summer. So what did you notice about its evolution? And then about the evolution of what it covered the thing that I noticed about the evolution of wired. When wired started out, it was a magazine that was supposed to be from the future, and the digital revolution was only in the future when you fast forward to today, the digital revolution is both are present. And it also has a significant past. And I think the thing that changes over the years is it starts with this brash optimism, and the sense that technology is going to save us technology is going to fix things like social inequality. It's it's gonna overthrow all of the old institutions and build something better. And today a lot of those institutions have been overthrown. But it's not so clear if it's better. And so while the optimism is still there it's been now sits alongside this stronger sense of critique trying to figure out what just happened. And what should we make it at what comes next let things I think's interesting Nick been editor. There's two thousand seventeen right and one of the choices in the twenty fifth anniversary as you ask people who are icons to nominate somebody they think is going to be. Important in the future. And a lot of the people. They nominate are people who are gonna fix things right has sometimes joke that the tagline for wired is where the future's realized the new tagline will be where the features realized on the president is fixed and David said is absolutely correct. Part of the role of wired right now is to champion the innovators and to be excited about the future. But also to look at what's gone wrong. And how to resolve it? And so you can see that in the issue where we asked icons, you know, the Bill Gates Mark zuckerberg's to identify people who will shape the next twenty five years, and a lot of those people are indeed focused on solving problems that have been created by not just inventing new wonderful tack, but also solving things make it more inclusive et cetera. What are some of those example? Well, so one of the people is know, we work on people who can work on giving you privacy and security. Right. So we have it's actually Edward Snowden, speakers and examples come to mind because we have so many issues with technology was created because the business model that was. Rated with it. It's based on acquiring Oliver data at noon where we are the whole time. So that can be great that can lead you to wonderful things. But what if it allows people to find you? So how do you protect yourself from that? So that's a that's a pretty good example. It seems like they did that tech has moved so fast. You know, the idea of what the cell phone would actually look like twenty five years ago Philip entire room. So in terms of tech journalism. What's changed about the way people cover tack? And then what tech has changed journalism the most? David gilford. I think the first thing that stands out to me with tech and journalism in the fourth issue of wired in nineteen Ninety-three. There was an issue. There's an article Michael Crichton already predicting that mass media and journalism won't be done in dead and gone within ten years we've been predicting that like newspapers and journalism as we know it was going to die from tech for this entire twenty five years. And instead what happened is the keeps on just modifying it and in particular changing how we pay for good journalism. I mean, both social media, and the blogosphere I think over the years we've done a great job of opening up the ability of people to produce content and share ideas and opinions and also do good investigations. But what's happened alongside that is the undermining of how we pay for industrialized journalism and make sure that the high quality stuff can shine through. Did you jump in? That's absolutely true. I mean, I'm extremely interested in how journalism evolves over the next ten to fifteen years. Right. Clearly, the business models will change we'll be less advertising based more subscription based more figuring out how you can make many off your brand whether it's through events through revenue through something else. But also the way we report will change because we will have much more data intensive reporting as we have artificial intelligence that allows us to mine data sets in ways, we've never been able to mind them before we'll have all of this incredible information that we can look at and sort through with tools that haven't been invented yet. So the active being journalists will change this is funny dynamic where the tools at your disposal better. And better every year and the economics of the industry get worse and worse every year. So I don't know what it's gonna look like in ten years, but it's really fun to be a wired where I almost feel like we have a hedge. Because the forces destroying our industry are the forces we write about. So the better are the worst things get for our industry. The better our story becomes it's good news. Bad news. That's good news. Yeah. It's like you're going to be in an industry getting turned upside down, you might as well be covering the forces turning you upside down we're talking to Nick Thompson editor and chief of wired and David Karp about the twenty fifth anniversary of wired magazine, which may be feel really old when I when I saw that tell us what the wired index is about. Dave. So the wired index starts up in the late nineties for a while. It is supposed to stand alongside the down Jones. Dow Jones and the NASDAQ. So this is when it looked like tech was going to be the future of the economy, and the future was going to have everyone is a millionaire and Bill Gates is a trillionaire into the wired index for awhile is wired sort of brashly saying if you invest in these companies that we recommend then you will get rich. Yeah. I find that. I find that. I love our history. I love all our former editors I love every issue. And I find that little embarrassing just a little yes. You know, when you cover something like tack, and you can even feel it. Now, it's strange to be writing about people who are making so much money so quickly and to be on the outside as journalists into not kinda wanna get in on the action in one way or another because you know, so much about the stuff it's making everybody rich. But you gotta stay away from it. You gotta keep journalistic ethics. The wired index. It's okay. But not I think not I think our finest moment, there were amazing stories almost every month in this magazine. So yeah, Dave hero paging through the first twenty five years of wired. What's most striking is that the future never becomes evenly distributed? What do you mean by that? So that's an old. William Gibson quote. The future is here. It's just not evenly distributed. And the thing that stuck out for me want to do this whole project is that the future never turned out the way, we expect it one. I started doing when I started my research has a political scientist, I was studying the blogosphere, and we had a clear sense that blogging was the future of journalism in the future politics. And then it kind of stopped being the future. It's still here because nothing ever really dies online. It's still here. But something else became the future. And what I wanted to do with this whole project was kinda take a step back and see what is the future. Always look like and what's missing from our field division needs predictions. I think that quote and Dave's answer go one of the most interesting questions for me about technology, which is that you'd asked me twenty years ago. What will technology do I would have said one of the things that will reduce inequality right because we will all have access to the same tools. We will all be able we can do Google searches the same way at all access information. The same way we all have more or less the same phones, which have these incredible powers. But it actually seems like technology has made inequality worse or certainly the boom and technology is correlated with a rise of inequality. Now is that because there is the way the technology companies changed the economy, right massive wealth as accumulated in very small pockets. And in fact, just a couple of cities basically is it because of the way the tools work is it independent. I think that's a really important question. It's something to Dave identifies in his essay. Is a problem and something that I think is a ripe subject for teacher analysis is is sort of the base of tech journalism optimism because there's so many interesting new things happening, and how do you handle that as a journalist because you're supposed to be cynical and pessimistic? Well, I think it's so interesting I think that twenty five years ago, it was the people who covered cashew were optimistic about tech, and they love tech. But actually right now at the base of a lot of journalism. I think is too much cynicism. Right. If you ask the average journalists what they think of Facebook. It's just one hundred percent negative, and what Facebook is under the world is not one hundred percent negative. I may I've been very critical of them. But I actually think that there's too much cynicism right now. So I feel kind of like you personally, I've stayed in the same place, and I've gone from like a relative pessimists to a relative optimist just because everybody has gotten so much more pessimistic over the last few years. What do you think about that? Dave in terms of the approach to tech journalism. I think that's right. I think if you come to things as an optimist than you're always gonna find optimism there's still people waiting in wired who have that brash optimism. But if you look at wired in the mid nineties, you can also find some real skeptical takes going on then particularly about the internet of the near future. They were worried about the web collapsing in nineteen Ninety-six nineteen Ninety-seven 'cause they didn't know they were gonna pay for things. So I think I think Nick is right that there's always room for optimism and pessimism our optimism and criticism. And whether you get more or less of one or the other is kinda going to be kind of depend on the mood of the country. We're kind of in pessimistic and critical times right now. And so a lot more of that kind of comes out, and it is true that during one of our most optimistic periods we published a story saying that we would all turn into great Google famous piece by Bill. What speaking of what was something that wired in its history. A prediction got just one hundred percent long. Not you can't use the go. Good example again. And then what was some prediction was right on the one that I love that. They got so wrong was about Reeker's not speakers. This was in think it was November nineteen ninety nine I forgetting the name of the technology. Now, the technology that was going to allow you to produce smells via the internet, and it was being promised as the next wave the new future. There will be adding yet another of our senses to the internet because people would just by these Rickers that would then produce smell. You know, if someone wanted to sell you spend you send you the smell roses, then you could get the smell of roses. And that of course, didn't go anywhere because amongst other things nobody wanted that. Thought of that was just high. But you know, they got like millions of dollars. They got so much money for it. Yeah. One funny thing about that is if you look at the ads we run wired right now, there's kind of abundance of perfume and fragrance ads because you can't send smells over the internet. So where do fragrance advertisers? Go they go into print to answer that previous session..

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"david gilford" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"We've con- we were concentrating just for a second on millennials because I know David is seen it. And I've seen it because we're doing it with mercury one. And when you present the facts to millennials if you're not trying to win they say, wait a minute. What David talk about a few of the millennials that we have had in for our two week, training course, and they have actually come a little hostile. So yeah, we have a number of the skeptics, and they're here to disprove us. And that we're all wrong. And it's all right. You know, we don't we don't run from that situation with them and said, let's conversation as long as you engage in the conversation. And so we start asking them questions, and you know, they have their opinions, but we just ask them questions. And it's kind of like, they sit back, and I don't know. And so once you ask the questions that lead them to the information. It's amazing to see that they then take those questions go back to those that taught them and change. We literally we have a girl that came in that learned all sorts of stuff. She went back to her. Professor started asking her professor questions. He got all befuddled because he didn't know the answers. He now has asked her to be with him once a week and teach teach him what she learned and all these classes. It's amazing. It's amazing. And and he said she wrote a report, and he said, you are either a liar, and you're going to get an F or this is the best paper see me in my office as right? And is he said, okay. I want to talk to you about your sources and she had him nailed down. Here's a professor that. Didn't know this stuff an economics professor, and he found out that founding father, John Witherspoon had the greatest impact of any person in American history on American economics, and he didn't know that. And she showed him that. And then shut them the documentation. And he said, okay, I want more because I clearly, but that's the thing of asking questions with relationships, and we take these these guys that come in hostile or otherwise and just because of relation. Ships. And as we tell them we have a lot of fun with the Miami. Quite frankly, we'll tell them the sarcasm star love language, if we don't make fun of you. It's because we don't like him. So you know, we we kid joke and have a great great time. But they come out transformed, and they are some of the most mature individuals. And these these guys are all it's in their mind to become leaders. And I tell you they are. So so good. It is just amazing. We were in a meeting in February. We I don't think I've announced this formally may I David Gilford. We are going to do black history month a museum here at our studios in February. If you don't think that's a little controversial. But we have worked on this. And we're working on it with the Lincoln museum, and it's going to be a little mind blowing and really really eye-opening to a lot of people on both sides. And it's black history. But not all the black history that everybody knows let's tell the black history that really nobody knows. And that's going to be here at our studios in the month of February. And yesterday, we decided that because they're they're going to we're going to have Dawson's we're going to have people that are going to tell these individual stories about these people in here on stage nineteen as you come through. And they're all going to be I said yesterday, let's get some of the kids that we've met there. Even fifteen years old that just we'll learn it and really know it it's really quite exciting to see millennials. What happens when they're unleashed and told the truth? Glenn beck. Mercury. Hey..

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"david gilford" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on KNSS

"Connie, Britton and Venetia del Toro. Will join television's tap town to present at the seventieth annual EMMY awards Monday September seventeenth. That's FOX two on Fox News. This is Stephen join us mornings right here on k s s. Glenn beck. I want you to know. And I want you to I want you to hear this, clearly and know that I there are many things that I believe that. I shall never say. But I shall never say the things I do not believe things are not as bad as you think. They are. They are bad. This is a this is a pivot point for our country. And if we fall down on our job, it will change, and it will go away. And I think it will become very bad. However, it's not the battle that you think it is you've been convinced by media and social media that everybody is thinking this way. They're not David has David Barton is with us. He has a book out called this precarious moment. He's written it with James garland was just a great great guy in good thinker. And they have the stats in the book, and they have different things. We've con- we were concentrating just for a second. On millennials because I know David is seen it. And I've seen it because we're doing it with mercury one. And when you present the facts to millennials if you're not trying to win they say, wait a minute. What David talk about a few of the millennials that we have had in for our two week, training course, and they have actually come a little hostile so tried. Yeah. We have a number of the skeptic's disprove us. And so that we're all wrong. And and it's all right. You know, we don't we don't run from that situation with them and said, let's Afrikaner sation as long as you engage in the conference, right. And so we start asking them questions, and you know, they have their opinions, but we just ask them questions. And it's kind of like, they sit back, and I don't know. And so once you ask the questions that lead them to the information. It's amazing to see that they then take those questions go back to those that taught them and change. We. Literally, we have a girl that came in that learned all sorts of stuff. She went back to her professor started asking her professor questions. He got all befuddle because he didn't know the answers. He now has asked her to be with him once a week and teacher teach him what she learned and all these classes. It's amazing. It's amazing. And and he said she wrote a report, and he said, you are either a liar, and you're going to get an F or this is the best paper see me in my office. That's right. And he he said, okay. I want to talk to you about your sources and she had him nailed down into should never. Here's a professor that. Didn't know this stuff an economics professor, and he found out that founding father, John Witherspoon had the greatest impact of any person in American history on American economics, and he didn't know that. And she showed him that. And then showed him the documentation. And he said, okay, I want more because I clearly, but that's the thing of asking questions with. Relationships, and we take these these guys they come in hostile or otherwise and just because of relationships, and as we tell them we have a lot of fun with the Miami. Quite frankly, we tell him sarcasm our love language, if we don't make fun of you. It's because we don't like him. So you know, we we kid and joke and have a great great time. But they come out transformed, and they are some of the most mature individuals. And these these guys are all it's in their mind to become leaders. And I tell you they are. So so good. It is just amazing. We were in a meeting in February. I don't think I've announced this formerly may I David Gilford. We are going to do black history month a museum here at our studios in February. If you don't think that's a little controversial. But we have worked on this. And we're working on it with the Lincoln museum, and it's going to be a little mind blowing and really really eye-opening to a lot of people on both sides, and it's black history. But not all the black history that everybody knows let's tell the black history that really nobody knows. And that's going to be here at our studios in the month of February. And yesterday, we decided that because they're they're going to we're going to have Dawson's we're going to have people that are going to tell these individual stories about these people in here on stage nineteen as you come through. And they're all going to be I said yesterday, let's get some of the kids that we've met there. Even fifteen years old that just we'll learn it and really know it.

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on No Agenda

"Charlie rose john conyers coin you're at conyers junior these a michigan represented russell simmons al franken david swizzle simmons yes sir oh yeah he's made it he added i'm not an officer title of sorry has nodded he has not yet i vehemently deny all these allegations by voted he ellegation ptsd sexual assault of two women and rape of three others these gay russell simmons oh russell simmons i was thinking of richard's vitamin k o russell same as i think i've always thought he was gay that you kills the accusations kinda surprised me uh david sweeney chief news editor npr steven or stephane battelle florida democratic party chairman west goodman ohio state representative mark hswan directorproducer of one tree hill and the royals eddie berg editor dc comics andrew christ berg executive producer of ero super girl in the flash tony cornish represent vanished who was that those super girl guy andrew christ bird uh executive producer of arrow super girl and the flash other accusation sexual harassment of more than a dozen people fired by warner brothers tv group response i have made comments on women's appearances and clothes in my capacity as an executive producer but they were not sexualizing sounds a lot like us yeah sounds louis do our bit executive bit so that this is common i don't know why the united way's what's going on while he got fired because gonna get fired by our by hard imaginary dos every keep this bit up murray c k dan sheun minnesota state senator benjamin jim nacchio executive director at the armory show art fair ed westwick actor david gilford gilead co executive cochief executive of primary wave entertainment agency danny masterson uh actor andy dick actor any dick jays yes he's groped me any dig graves everybody too much he's probably proud of being on a list naito yeah michael rescues though i did note head of news at npr and former new york times editor that npr news the pardon is doing well kamil gaz getting his numbers up amongst other things hamilton fish ya.

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"david gilford" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on No Agenda

"Charlie rose john conyers coin you're at conyers junior these a michigan represented russell simmons al franken david swizzle simmons yes sir oh yeah he's made it he added i'm not an officer title of sorry has nodded he has not yet i vehemently deny all these allegations by voted he ellegation ptsd sexual assault of two women and rape of three others these gay russell simmons oh russell simmons i was thinking of richard's vitamin k o russell same as i think i've always thought he was gay that you kills the accusations kinda surprised me uh david sweeney chief news editor npr steven or stephane battelle florida democratic party chairman west goodman ohio state representative mark hswan directorproducer of one tree hill and the royals eddie berg editor dc comics andrew christ berg executive producer of ero super girl in the flash tony cornish represent vanished who was that those super girl guy andrew christ bird uh executive producer of arrow super girl and the flash other accusation sexual harassment of more than a dozen people fired by warner brothers tv group response i have made comments on women's appearances and clothes in my capacity as an executive producer but they were not sexualizing sounds a lot like us yeah sounds louis do our bit executive bit so that this is common i don't know why the united way's what's going on while he got fired because gonna get fired by our by hard imaginary dos every keep this bit up murray c k dan sheun minnesota state senator benjamin jim nacchio executive director at the armory show art fair ed westwick actor david gilford gilead co executive cochief executive of primary wave entertainment agency danny masterson uh actor andy dick actor any dick jays yes he's groped me any dig graves everybody too much he's probably proud of being on a list naito yeah michael rescues though i did note head of news at npr and former new york times editor that npr news the pardon is doing well kamil gaz getting his numbers up amongst other things hamilton fish ya.

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"david gilford" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Net that descended into the crease errs up battle schneider lays out on his ballet and the puck is pulled out of their by david gilford off the right wing boards and were hawks john brutal racing back along with joann survey tie up in the far corner rudolph the puck off of joe hanson stick lose a pass up the wing for sharp an race put its past him into the devil's zone where to send a rice wiseass asia now joe hanson has the park at center ice he tried to dump it down the right wing glassy probably should ease the to iron aeriens of sending that what over the glass near the ground we gotta was late gene 28 now left in period number two devils with three nothing lead face at center ice to put devils did a nice job against her of energy and the new york rangers the the night down by a couple early on ak back and one that in a shoot out but the devil's don't have a lot of experience for the blackhawks this game is far from over but they've got a force the issue we see how the new jersey devils young players handle the pressure that they can get that pressure murphyt the hotline chip follow the center i circle cain is out there along with beaumont and waigel's now siebrechet bihac little wind take to pass from king clear over a murphy quick pass up the left wing woah at the devil blue lying he deflects the put down toward the net and will butcher took it out of their hit the near corner by waigel now windows got pass from king turns in fires to the right circle off the side of being at the point back behind the net but it around the performer side windows runs into nascent cut slips down to the porta butcher over divide between the circles lifted placenta rice murphy strips that it had waned goes into the gut resolve we get a whistle the hawks are all sides in a boy patrick cain hadn't yet where the zone there's waigel took the pocket boss threenothing new jersey chicago blackhawks hockey is sponsored by mb financial bank.

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"david gilford" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"The option with all that added information of deciding for themselves whether they wanted to shout yoohoo ally that seems eminently sensible it it it and that's why you don't do it because recklessness is far more exciting david gilford out there so the whole universe like you know when you say reveal forget reveal let's flashed the universe over here oh you're still bowl uh the the this also happens to be coming up at a time when we are faced with a range of global issues that require us to try to have some sort of global decisionmaking or global consultation of process i'm talking about global warming and other issues it wouldn't hurt for us to learn how to at least attempt to make some sort of a global message things you're never going to reach a perfect consensus with every villager of every place on earth but you can at least make an honest attempt yes absolutely and by the way david you are a science fiction writer and i just want to say that i'm about to uh submit a treatment uh for disney's cosmic jungle book which i think is brilliant you just came up with can i read the songs let me tell you something the roof everybody on this trade at this is made carlsson from ottawa canada and this is where he says with one hundred billion galaxies full of stars there's probably other life out there will thanks a lot nate i'm glad you uh you termed it on that but how close together do we need to be to notice each other if we assume aliens have radio telescopes with similar since syria hours how far from earth could they be an ashley discern any of our radio signals so how close with our neighbors have to be that we scream out of our window when they hear us at a good question and that is one of the few questions perhaps in this whole field of steady that we can actually answer quantitatively there's so much that subjective and subject to opinion an interpretation but that's a that's a calculation and it goes back to uh in nineteen fifty nine when uh the first ever serious steady paper was published by uh by just happy cacani and philip morris in in in nature magazine and they calculated that with earth smoke.

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"david gilford" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on Z100

"Under this model on throwing something at you now he uh bethany what the guy you use through the morning show with dave ryan yes in the building where he i don't know he's down by key to you i texted him he should come it we wanna korean we have questions i wish he would have warned her swoop sara got allowed to say we going elizabeth david gilford go find a ryan hinds ask him why he didn't warn us about clement bethany are easily mornings within building two thumbs no eight we don't have died then denia equity have somebody throw a bra and it hit luke bryan in the head while he was forming last saturday at syracuse he stops the joe and he says when you throw a bride someone kinda watch the face don't hit me in the face with something where you're bubis were lows under wires man making yeah they can knock you out it's crazy so pink is doing something pretty cool are getting something pretty cool the video vanguard award at this year's via meziane that's the michael jackson video vanguard guard awards oblige relations this is the europe inc the smart murad can't wait i'm so excited the guy who wrote the original gremlins movie he just finished the script for the third instalment it's called the he said is very twisted it's very dark he also said he might kill off gives remember gives malcolm the kremlin's you can't kill of gazzali all day in french ties them exempts together will be crazy cbs's considering a competition show because we need another one and if it happens all four of the major networks will have anything competition show this still makes me crazy because i can't believe it that drake is not on the billboard hot one 100 is the first time since two thousand nine he was there eight years two months and 23 days and now drake is am i a so why i don't know that sorry i'm sure choked up or was dri you so so and when you still exist he just normal choices though this last week he was on the chartier to songs on the charts last week but then they kind of despair tonight we've got the.

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"david gilford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I eric ii vets and potentially volatile either other hopefully it will stay to the south of us yet in a busy night and as you know at least wilson the nurse who was attacked in south bridge has been trying to get lawmakers to at least talk about the possibility of introducing workplace violence fail and she talked about gemina today about the the moment when that man i it turned on our at the hospital and have terrifying unless she said he was anxious by wasn't it was nothing but in out pleasant and until he wasn't and then he began stabbing her repeatedly friends ran in but by that point she was badly injured but thankfully she is recovering tonight she's well enough to be able to talk about the experience and also what she hopes changes for people in the workplace for the better now lease it before you go and i know there's gonna be watching chin for tonight eleven o'clock and you've got to get over there but i wanna bring on a friend of mutual friend of yours in mind and david gilford dave macgill review celebrates his birthday next month but dave i know you just ran a 63 must flats it now i draw waisake i drove sixty three miles a couple of weeks ago come on how long did it take you to run sixty three miles mr me the crazy 'bout entire it we know i kept about twelve hours and my fellow ran eleven of them with me and he eleven years old and i thought it it when i was well though he got the family wreck at the youngest to a lot of asia around his press the ways that you're running five minute miles twelve hours sixty three miles a year you sure walnut run it by minute miles no i'm doing about nine a m tom we got it done so is a little log in the twelve hours under trying to do the math that's all available okay will either way if i if i could run six point three miles right now.

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"david gilford" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I am totally down you this is unbelievable lebrun i have a pole about lebrun okay could save it yeah we'll take a break we'll come back with their poll questions suggestions here but he recalled again you just went to the finals again granted you're not as good as golden state and now you're gm is gone he was he was working on a trade for jimmy butler and then you like he's probably need deep they said he was elbow deep into a jimmy butler trade and now hugo a sorry been working overtime on this jimmy butler deal but we're we're not going to need any anymore yep and then lebron's going to be happy but now if you bring in cianci billips in the broncos hey you know i love chauncey competed against team okay but man it just feels like this is temporary yep pawn you think pete teams are calling back to the switchboard at the cavs usa yet let's talk to the gm uh yeah there's no one here but at me david gilford is brought to vail 'able can i four to to his voice mail but as lebrun available now to be traded for i like i i'm curious of this he is all the yeah the free asia why not get value now bone would you trade liberalization now to leave you again question mark all i don't know i will come back we'll get to our pool question after this read power bikes the consumer direct electric by company producing four unique models of electric bikes.

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"david gilford" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"david gilford" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"At the president chastised boss when he was in bethlehem about this very issue bright general did it work i take i think the most important gripped won't be if anybody can do because of the palestinians understand it he had to chang bill maher accused of after change their narrative about what her reasoning instead of looking at their resume a hairraising but something that we unacceptable then country through remake can be done evoked who before don't under pete wilson but the longer the you believe the here was going to do the right thing to do how can we make any over one hundred i'm we're speaking with the president publicly before they mapping baker david gilford grew environment that support incentivize period an unconquered on a girl i think this is a great extremely important so a hope expressed wonderful diffuse when bill food reinforce ethical fruit will make gender three jane and then we should be able to for them beef esi cooper vasser director of the project found regional middle east development of the jerusalem centre for in jerusalem malcolm hoenlein conference of presidents this is the allow report with malcolm hoenlein brought to us generously by the people that allies the national airlines if israel i'm john batchelor who news talk six thirty and 997fm wpro all israel a land deep history in freshen avaition a landscape of thousands of years of striving civilization and biblical revelation from the sheer cliff size of massada to jerusalem stone cut old city to the sunlit mediterranean surf of tel aviv israel is waiting for you to discover with el al israel airlines air a hotel travel packages you get the best trained and most secure pilots and crew you'll have your choice of hotels for all tastes and budgets optional touring at happy prices israel is the one adventure than impresses everyone back call now thanks to my lucky partnership with ally of the national airline of israel i can offer.

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