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"david humphreys" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on WJR 760

"Much viruses out there. Dr. Landers says that people should still be tested. Whether they got back say they're not if they're showing covert 19 symptoms, Fox X Birmingham's Lauren Jackson and this as a winter storm watches issued for parts of the United States. This may be one of the coldest weeks we've seen so far of the Winter, and that's gonna make a big deal because some snow is gonna push fairly far south. Otherwise, you look across the country mostly clear, but there is that system, bringing some energy into the central Rockies. That's where snows currently falling, going to call the next couple of hours, and that'll slowly drift off towards the south towards the east. So bringing you in on it. But this is going to fall down into portions of Oklahoma down into Texas. Some spots that typically don't see the type of snow that we may be seeing so winter storm watches and warnings now from portions of southern Colorado getting you all the way down across the desert Southwest and then into text. This and then it's far off to the East is Louisiana. Fox's Adam Clots. Meanwhile, in sports, the Los Angeles Rams defeating the divisional rival in the Seattle Seahawks and the NFC Wild card playoff game Saturday. 30 to 20 Watch out here picks Williams Touchdown, Rams four wide receiver said in Troy. They tried to force it to DK Metcalf. And there was Darius Williams for the touchdown. This Rams win on Fox also Mark Seattle's first home playoff loss since 2004. I'm Mary Course, Eddie and this is Fox News. Welcome authority. Evening. My good friends. I'm meteorologist David Humphrey. Beautiful conditions this evening sunset at 5 20 about our afterward Sound Southwestern sky. You'll be able to see it low on the horizon, Jupiter, Saturn and Penis, a trio of planets. It'll inspire the astronomer, the engineer in your own household and in your own heart. He called, though. Temperatures around freezing during the dinner hour, then into the twenties. Overnight, Lower middle twenties. Overnight wind chills me. Your team's once again by Sunday morning, expecting frosty start on Sunday, Chile in the afternoon but dry partly to mostly sunny skies for your Sunday with highs around 35 I'm meteorologist and your country. Wonderful weekend. Get a new perspective with guy Gordon. How has this affected you? And what are you hoping way? Days at three. On news Talk. 7 60 W. J. R. Make sure getting wakes up with Paul W. Smith. I think a nice day all things considered with a nice weekend. That's for sure. And we're headed into some good information right now on use talk. 7 60 telling you J. R. Mm..

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"david humphreys" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on KOMO

"Van Cise our editor, Bill O'neil, and at least Jaffe, Jeremy grater with the day off today in our headlines. Federal judge is blocking Mississippi's heartbeat abortion law that law bans most. Portions once a fetal heartbeat is detected which can occur before a woman realizes she's pregnant the judge wrote that the law prevents woman's free choice on the local scene. United Airlines cancelling another months worth of flights on the Boeing seven three seven max. That's about twenty four one hundred flights is Boeing makes changes to flight control software that investigators believe, played a role in crashes in Indonesia and THEO Pia. Surprised from the AMA today that the seven three seven max might be certified to fly by July. But on the heels of that United Airlines says, not so fast at least for them ABC's Alec stone on the story and Alex day after that big international air safety summit yesterday. What are we hearing today and United States pretty much hedging their beds here? The same thing that American in Southwest Airlines have already done. They've already taken their seven seven max is offline out of the schedule through at American August. Nineteenth southwest August fifth, but United hit still at least on paper been saying that, that it was going to be some time in July, when they have the Max's back and even though there is a hope that it might be some time in July. Nobody really knows right now. How long it's gonna take the FAA to get that approval once everything is submitted to the agency I preliminary approval than final approval that it could still be. Sometimes whereas today, United is saying that it is taking me the max nine which is the, the very end today operate off of their schedule until at least August third. And they will extend that if need be in June, and July, it's going to be about forty light today today now have to cancel because of this. That's about eleven hundred flights or each month. And yet that up in quite a few flights right around twenty four hundred in June, and July United saying what they had been doing is moving around extra aircraft auxiliary aircraft trying to fill the holes in the void left behind by the max being grounded. But in the busy summer travel season the airline just can't do that. And they say now they've got to make this decision to begin proactively and a head of time cancelling the flights to begin moving people around to get them on other flights better safe than sorry, I suppose quickly, Alex before we let you go. What does this mean for passengers who are booked on United will they be told what they should be doing? They'll be contacted by the airline and they may be moved onto an earlier flight, a later flight, they may be able to be moved onto a different type of aircraft. You might be rerouted, if you're going to, you know, let's say you're, you're heading back, east, you may go through Chicago instead of Denver go through a different to go on a different aircraft type. But the airlines says they will reach out proactively. Tell you, if something is changing with your itinerary ABC's, Alec stone, a cigarette manufacturer in the Hindi and reservation wants the US supreme court to review if it is exempt from federal excise taxes. The ninth US circuit court of appeals ruled last year that king mountain tobacco has to pay fifty eight million dollars, unpaid taxes, the back. Oh company claims the treaty back from Mateen fifty-five, makes its exempt as it operates on tribal land in white swan, however, the US, solicitor-general recommends against the court taking the case, arguing the treaty does not shield that company, a wealthy conservative donor calling on Missouri. Governor Mike parson. Veto a controversial abortion Bill that lawmaker sent to the governor last week. The update now from ABC's Kent Martin in Saint Louis David Humphreys, from Joplin Missouri has donated millions of dollars to rebuild again campaigns in recent years, including Josh Holly successful bid for US Senate last year. Humphry says the antiabortion Bill, especially the part, the would not allow exceptions in cases of rape, or incest, was not well-debated and his poorly written, the Bill would ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy, Humphries would reportedly supportive petition drive to overturn the law. If governor person signs it as yet there has been no comment from the governor's office. Kent Martin ABC news, Saint Louis, our KOMO.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on KOMO

"A contest to choose a new prime minister who will try to complete breakfast on the local scene ever police investigating a deadly shooting involving estranged husband and wife this morning. I found a man in his sixties driving. A red corvette shot him. He's in custody now. We'll have the latest on this coming up for you at three thirty on KOMO news. Well, as we continue now, we're talk a little bit more about the blast in the French on injuries, at least seven people. Here's Tom rivers in London, explosive device thought to be a parcel bomb was left on a street corner near bakery in the heart of Francis third, largest city. A regional official says. Those hurt suffered leg injuries. None of the injuries are said to be life threatening. Police quickly cordoned off the area. The Raskin locals to stay vigilant bipartisan disaster relief package. Now pushed back until congress returns ABC's. Trevor all does on the story and joins us from Washington DC this nineteen billion dollar disaster relief Bill has nearly unanimous support from both parties, but Texas Representative chip ROY objected to a request to pass the Bill with unanimous consent Friday morning on the grounds of the Bill had no money for the border had no clear plan for payment and needed to be voted on in person by the house cover all ABC news, Washington, and a wealthy conservative donor is calling on Missouri. Governor Mike parson to veto a controversial abortion, Bill. The lawmaker sent to the governor last week ABC's Kent Martin is on the story in Saint Louis. David Humphreys from Joplin Missouri has donated millions of dollars to Republican campaigns in recent years, including Josh Holly successful bid for US Senate last year. Humphry says the antiabortion Bill, especially the. The would not allow exceptions in cases of rape, or incest, was not well debated and his four Lee written, the Bill would ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy, Humphries would reportedly support a petition drive to overturn the law. If governor person signs it as yet there has been no comment from the governor's office, which can create ABC news. Saint Louis and whiskey created by computer is thing. Thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and a Swedish distillery. Here's komo's Corwin Hake..

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"david humphreys" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It's not at this point like you have to bang on doors, and and and try to coerce people you had people come to you. And. We had such amazing response. The first year, you know, we reached out to a bunch of farms, and, you know, of course, if you were skeptical, you know, what is this? What are you doing? And what we explained the concept in on the popularity. I mean, we we had some, you know, major forms get involved with this last year when you get gains way in clayborn three chimneys in places like that. You know, I mean, these are some of the best of the best when they're willing to put their name behind it and their resources, you know, I it just shows to the quality of what people are trying to do trying to engage people in the sport. And you know, we didn't have any shortage of forms at one to get involved with this year when they saw the value of it. So we had a lot of support with a lot of help with us the jockey club designed the website for us their technical crew led by Harold Palmer. You know, really has stepped up in gone above and beyond to help us with functionality and everything GD Keeneland has been a big help and David Humphreys at new road resources down and Kentucky's been big as far as helping us with the technical aspects and the cameras, and you know, there's there's a lot that goes into this. Hind the scenes to get it up there. And you know, we've had a lot of help with us one of the things and not only can everybody latch onto the new the new group the nine the eight mayors and and frosted, but you can also go back and review last year's group and one of the funny things, of course, about foles. We discuss we discuss foaling and pregnancies with Dr all day and half for many years, and there's a few there's a few unusual elements, and that is that they very often will Foale and drop at night and late at night and particularly later in the later in the year, they'll drop during thunderstorms when there's been barometric pressure changes..

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"david humphreys" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It's not at this point like you have to bang on doors, and and and try to coerce people you had people come to you. And. We had such amazing response. The first year, you know, we reached out to a bunch of farms, and, you know, of course, if you were skeptical, you know, what is this? What are you doing? And what we explained the concept in on the popularity. I mean, we we had some, you know, major forms get involved with this last year when you get gains way in clayborn three chimneys in places like that. You know, I mean, these are some of the best of the best when they're willing to put their name behind it and their resources, you know, I it just shows to the quality of what people are trying to do trying to engage people in the sport. And you know, we didn't have any shortage of forms at one to get involved with this year when they saw the value of it. So we had a lot of support with a lot of help with us the jockey club designed the website for us their technical crew led by Harold Palmer. You know, really has stepped up in gone above and beyond to help us with functionality and everything GD Keeneland has been a big help and David Humphreys at new road resources down and Kentucky's been big as far as helping us with the technical aspects and the cameras, and you know, there's there's a lot that goes into this. Hind the scenes to get it up there. And you know, we've had a lot of help with us one of the things and not only can everybody latch onto the new the new group the nine the eight mayors and and frosted, but you can also go back and review last year's group and one of the funny things, of course, about foles. We discuss we discuss foaling and pregnancies with Dr all day and half for many years, and there's a few there's a few unusual elements, and that is that they very often will Foale and drop at night and late at night and particularly later in the later in the year, they'll drop during thunderstorms when there's been barometric pressure changes..

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"david humphreys" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on KGO 810

"However, we come to a crisis in seventeen eighty six that isn't just take it easy approach. This is the crisis of taxes, and it comes clear when you look at what happens in Massachusetts. It's called Shays rebellion is in the summer and fall of seventeen eighty six and this alarms Washington to the point that he is shocked the language becomes strained. He writes to David Humphreys, one of his friends for God's sake. What's happened? What frightens him and Shays rebellion? Professor. Washington with hearing about cheese rebellion through his his Henry Knox who had been his number two officers his top lieutenants during the revolutionary war and then had replaced him as the commander of what was left of the forces after the war in and he was the secretary of war during the under the confederation of congress and knocks was from Massachusetts. And he described the situation in letters that he sent to to Washington, but Washington also read it out the papers that there was a fundamental challenge to property rights. That is the former mostly former veterans led by off former officers in general junior officers in the revolution. It come back home and many of them found their farms in receivership. They hadn't been making money where they were often the war, and they had during the recession that followed the war in Massachusetts and in much of New England because Massachusetts couldn't trade with other countries. It was a trading mostly a trading state, and there were import barriers they couldn't export their goods and goods were flowing in and it caused a great deflation because the money was fleeting overseas. And so there was a deflation in the economy and people were had taken out mortgages before the revolution. And now they couldn't pay them because there wasn't enough money and veterans were having their homes for closed upon. It's just we didn't fight for this. And so they rose up to close the courts, they rose up to stop foreclosures by forcing the courts stopping the courts from meeting, and then sometimes destroying the records of mortgages. This frightened Washington because he saw this as a fundamentalist salt on property rights and the rule of law, and he was afraid that that would spread then then next to it in Rhode Island where the debtors had taken over it was balanced by state that started printing paper money and distributing it widely causing tremendous inflation and passing laws requiring that the creditors. Take their payment in this these inflated dollar. So you had this this combination of chaos in Massachusetts in the close courts, and and the debtor's taking over in Rhode Island and Washington in several letters he'd look at it and says hope, but a Tory would've predicted this that is we were fighting for a government of the people. That's a phrase Washington often use a government of the people there never been anything like this in the world. There's certainly was nothing like that. Then where there were monarchy, and the the Brits and the monitor and the people in Europe, it said you. You need a monarch you can't function that way. And that was when argument against the revolution. Washington as a person a child in the enlightenment thought that the people could lead in the sense that there could be a government of the people with with elected representatives, and here it was collapsing who, but it Tori, would've predicted this. We need a government that can defend property rights. As well as individual liberty, George Washington rights to Madison and November of eighty six thirteen sovereignties pulling against each other will soon bring ruin George Washington rice, Lafayette, who's in France these disorders are evident marks of a defective government. So we come to the end of seventeen eighty six and the scheduled can constitutional conversation will meet in Philadelphia in the spring of eighty-seven, but Washington has not committed everyone is aware that if he turns to the constitutional convention it will have weight Washington holds back. Professor. Here's the puzzle. You you talk about Washington is hamlet what keeps track when he has. So completely imagine this for for all three years since he left government. He's imagine what they're moving towards. Why won't he charge ahead? He's afraid it will fail. He realizes. He only has so much political capital. He realizes that. He is along with Benjamin Franklin to larger than life national heroes that our beloved from Georgia to New Hampshire. With a reputation, but if he goes, and it fails. And it might fail simply because it doesn't have enough at thority might fail because people have not yet he talks about all these reasons that people have not yet come bar. He has to realize that the states cannot lead that they haven't yet felt the effects of things like Shays rebellion it might fail because the state. The third reason is the states might prevent it from happening because they you have petty tyrants in each state or petty leaders who getting their authority from the states, and they don't want to give up at thority the central government. It could be any of those reasons, but if they either get together, and they cannot agree on a constitution or if they can. And then it gets obviously, not ratified. It doesn't doesn't pass. Or if the confederation? Congress prevents it from being considered then he is used up his capital. And it's not there for another. And it might. Might bear four lead to armed revolution. And chaos as we see Sumi grant. It's the spring of seventeen eighty seven Washington must decide the return of George Washington. Seventy and eighty three to seventy and eighty nine Edward J Larsen is the author. I'm John Batchelor. The Russians hacked our elections..

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"david humphreys" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Dave rubin show way us here at the i s well learn liberty is a project of the institute for humane studies ihs each year i h s runs educational talent development programs for students including free wow weeklong summer summit ours that feature some of the faculty on learn liberty we gotta go to that brendan pack your bags i just also ward scholarships hose webinars and provides other wow this is great organization they must have a lot of money through these programs i just promotes the study of liberty across a broad range of disciplines well let's see the goto ihs and the institute board of directors includes charles g coke brian hooks tyler cohen art pope of all people from north carolina very interested in big ideas big ideas david humphreys got beulah christopher coyne todd's zoecke kristen kendall ryan stars chris roofer they've received funding from a number of foundations including the sarah scape foundation as in mellon scape those folks brought you the the clinton whitewater scanned oh i thought they were the folks behind the big thing series john templeton foundation the markets foundation the john william pope foundation is believed that might be one of our pope's relatives it goes on the coke family foundations of cost the searle freedom trust you can look all these up folks and coke is a the i is chief financial officer told the new york times in twenty twelve this is in light of a legal dispute between charles coke and the cato institute that.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Specialize i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show edward j larson's book the return of george washington tells the transformation eighty three to seventy and eighty nine of the general hero the winner of the revolution to the president of the united states i president of the united states inventing all these institutions and the electoral college is finally read out here they take their time gathering in new york that will be the interim seat of government they eventually want to move it then they know they wanna move it all the way to washington but that'll mean many years into the future the the quarrel quorum arrives and then finally there are enough there seventy nine members of congress twenty senators fifty nine representatives of government they got enough in new york to open the electoral college votes washington has been preparing this is april of seventeen a seventeen eighteen seventeen eightynine and he's been preparing a naga speech and what he wants to achieve he depends upon his friends to gather the seventythree page document that he has madison review and this is a wonderful story in your in your book ad that original handwritten copied as seventy three pages the i believe he follows mr david humphreys is first draft from connecticut someone three free decades later tore it up and sold off pieces of it for a for a samples of the washington's handwriting and they've never been able to put it all back together again they only have about half of it do i remember that correctly year and it's the president of harvard university jared sparks that does it at madison with madison's permission because the document that original draft inauguration which many historians from the parts we have says say are probably the best articulation of washington's vision of government ever written madison says this is way too specific we've got to be more general than inaugural address so he keeps washington he rewrite a very short inauguration a beautiful inauguration address but very short the washington actually gives in this this this long document ends up being stashed away and then when then jared sparks the president of harvard ask what you do with us in madison i didn't know it.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That conventions calls for having the convention endorse having a constitutional convention that consider not only free trade among the states that is have the central government control interstate commerce as well as international commerce but also the with the second issue of money that you raised earlier that is giving the central government the power to raise taxes directly from the people or from the states that is raise revenue directly so that they can have money to have a military force a peace establishment as it were to open the west to defend the borders against other countries and impose international tariffs so they could block the flood of imported goods coming into the america without any ability to retaliate against and therefore open other countries to our trade so with all those ideas campbellton had this division as as clearly as anyone and being close to wash washington shares that washington and there's much correspondence and a professor uses that correspondence to illustrate the quotes throughout washington to john jay washington to alexander hamilton washington to certainly he writes again and again to his favorites humphries and lincoln these are fellow who served with more juniors to him however we come to a crisis in seventeen eighty six that isn't just take it easy approach this is the crisis of taxes and it comes clear when you look at what happens in massachusetts it's called shays rebellion it's in the summer and fall of seventeen eighty six and this alarms washington to the point that he is shocked the language becomes strained he writes to david humphreys one of his friends for god's sake what's happened what frightens him and shays rebellion professor washington with hearing about cheese rebellion through his his kennedy knox who had been his number two officers his top lieutenant during the revolutionary war and then had replaced him as the commander of what was left of the forces after the war and he was the secretary of war during the under the confederation of congress and knocks with from massachusetts and he described the situation in letters that he sent to to washington but washington who also read it out the papers that there was a fundamental challenge to property rights that is the former mostly former veterans led by a off former officers in general junior officers in the revolution had come back home and many of.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"That conventions calls for having the convention indoors having a constitutional convention that consider not only free trade among the states that is have the central government control interstate commerce as well as international commerce but also deal with the second issue of money that you raised earlier that is giving the central government the power to raise taxes directly from the people or from the states that is raise revenue directly so that they can have money to have a military force a peace establishment as it were to open the west to defend the borders against other countries and impose international tariffs so that they could block the flood of imported goods coming into the america without any ability to retaliate against and therefore open other countries to our trade so with all those ideas hamilton had this division is as clearly as anyone and being close to wash washington share zip washington there's much correspondence and a professor uses that correspondence to illustrate the quotes throughout washington to to john jay washington to alexander hamilton washington to certainly he writes again and again to his favorites humphries and lincoln these are fellows who served with more juniors to him however we come to a crisis in seventeen eighty six that isn't just take it easy approach this is the crisis of taxes and it comes clear when you look at what happens in massachusetts it's called shays rebellion is in the summer and fall of seventeen eighty six and this alarms washington to the point that he is shocked the language becomes strained he writes to david humphreys one of his friends for god's sake what's happened what frightens him in shays rebellion professor washington with hearing about cheese rebellion through his his henry knox who had been his number two officer is his top lieutenant during the revolutionary war and then had replaced him as the commander of what was left of the forces after the war and he was the secretary aboard during the under the confederation of congress and knocks with from massachusetts and he described the situation in letters that he sent to to washington but washington who also read about the papers that there was a fundamental challenge to property rights that is the former mostly former veterans led by off former officers in general junior officers in the revolution had come back home and many of.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Know and the logical consequence fortysix years lehner he's that i do a douglas served as a stallion non bis end them in nelly influence melodrama slash meals he goes says lashed by trailer avowed bam getting tweeting or he got it all in that's for sure yes so that's a beautiful seen the julie adams's swimming on top of the water in the creatures about ten feet underneath and their swimming parallel but he's looking up at her i don't think she she knows that he's there she unaware yeah it was it was a beautiful re unrequited love image in a quintessentially romantic quintessentially fairytale quintessentially b movie monster and other the multiplicity of that moment the beauty of and uh really floor and man and i started drawing the creature after nine when i was a captain i withdraw luc richard riding on a double bicycle would you have them's heavy selling a dribble gone ice cream no and i really is one of my favorite day creature from university universal catalogue and they come to symbolize for me so much more like this creature is now in for me this is not an inter species movie is a mobile were a woman falls in love within an element delgado of the water the creature is not a slimy monster from abi movie is the shape of water the representation of a river of the water as as a force and his gorgeous his is we jokingly used to say we're going gonna create the michelangelo's david humphreys men men let's talk a little bit about the creation of your creature the design which i noticed something you're passionate about what what did you want to convey in its design you know because it's a goal of the river i wanted to whom matt imported to have majesty him beauty so i uninspired allowed by japanese engravings for example deserve a series of great angry air oven ratings in japan i wanna fish that is called the great karp and a cards are very revered aesthetically in japan and the way they rendered the skin.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And uh you know and the logical consequence 46 years lehner if that i do a douglas surg as a stallion non and be sent them in nelly influence melodrama slash meals ago says live by trailer avowed them getting 300 he hotel in that's for sure yes so that's beautiful seen that julie adams's swimming on top of the water in the creatures about ten feet underneath and their swimming parallel but he's looking up at her i don't think she she knows that he's there she unaware yeah it it it was it was a beautiful re unrequited love him and in a quintessentially romantic quintessentially ferry go quintessentially be movie monster and other the multiplicity of that moment the beauty of and uh really floor man and i started grind the creature after when i was again i withdraw the creature the riding on a double bicycle would you had them's had he and i very much a dribbled gone ice cream no i'm i really is one of my favorite creatures from universe the unoriginal catalogue and they come to symbolize for me so much more like this creature is now in for made this is not an inter species movie is a mobile air a woman falls in law within an element the god of the water the creature is not a slimy monster from abi movie is the shape of water is a representation of a river of the water as of force and his gorgeous his is when yogi alias to say we're going to create the michelangelo's david humphreys million men let's talk a little bit about the creation of your creature the design which i noticed something you're passionate about what what did you want to convey and its design you know of it because it's a god of the river i wanted to whom matt imported to have majesty and beauty so i uninspired allowed by japanese engravings for example there's a a series of grading ray air oven ratings in japan i wanna fish that is called the great karp and the cards are very revered aesthetically in japan and the.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

Are You Hearing This!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

"So in also in this episode there are still looking for the poly walk so you got the crew looking for the pie oig and you have this whole thing to of hopper getting test at eleven for leaving cdu leader the hair through rules will go through rudra's move those three rules were always leave the blinds pulled down the shades pulled down one two was taking secret now right dances or that the secret knock three don't leave the cabin while you're three roles and they always say to each other don't act stupid because we're not stupid presecne eleven eleven you'd pissed off the top oh man he takes away so she's in this cabin all day in all night in the one thing she has all the time is tv it's like her it's a thing she can do go and he grounds her for leaving by taking away her tv and she goals bloggers yeah she goes yeah she knocks out every window in the entire as same thing david humphreys will use them when they mid opener scourge of things learn freeze don't lie exactly yeah you should you should hear that friends don't lie jego she usually about a word to his move so unearther really big part of this series stranger things to is will start to eradicate leak color just sheets of paper and it looks like nothing like hopper enjoys are trying to figure it out but all sunday start to realize that the the black lines on a connect.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Get any phone call thank you very much unusually there that okay man thank you and that but it's one time is gentlemen said to me um i i got i said listen i'm on a carl registry i want you to read mole my name immediately from y'all lift never call me again and then you know what he said to me he said vulgar language he said the f word he said after you man on capitol hill and then i hung up the phone out him and i wanna tell you if i could have found that guy i would have had him arrested but god knows where he could have got a bottom line is he didn't get into your information didn't get any money out of view oh no no no no no i i don't now and i know to our as for life that over the fall and i am i think it's a stand in a shame that that people are being preyed upon like that i just really upset me at the bulge out of people that get uh taken advantage out but you will smilin' enough not let it happen to you absolutely aren't marie thanks for the call enjoy the rest of your weekend looked go to david an arlington david welcome wbz head margaret i david humphreys wondering what is wrong with cashew day i wouldn't or restaurant the other day and i do uh you know i work at port a 100dollar bill i feel like i'm crazy x you get a right though attempt mock harada in doha i mean display here not can make governor cabinet good my credit card had rub it gets him crash are good out and i go to the um you know i get cash backing sabic job so give have like a hundred back and and ambition where he has a i'm nick and my credit card out and i'm not at all but there's so much counterfeit money issues going on out there now i understand that tenet's elevator like even if britain we'll terror from newton newton massachusetts match uh no i tell you should try to have our federal a sharno have our by arlington now whose um and algerplage dzhaba but i mean i picked years ago if it captured hanging out you know you've democrat you.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Man who murdered eight people at a salon and seal beach has been spared the death penalty scott decribe will get life in prison without parole a judge made the ruling because of allegations the orange county da's office improperly used jailhouse in foreman sin cases decries lawyer says the misconduct was so bad there was no way to know if the county would have been honest presenting evidence for its sentencing case california's unemployment rate has gone up slightly even though employers increased their payrolls by eighty two thousand six hundred jobs in july the jobless rate last month was four point eight percent it was four point seven percent in june caliber when his jobless rate was five point five percent in july last year city leaders in huntington beach have to figure out how to move forward with a battling police union and police chief even after the vote of noconfidence from the police union five of the seven city council members have voiced support for chief rob heavy councilman eric peters and says unions in santa ana in anaheim of on the same things part of a tactic to go in and get rid of their box police officers association president david humphreys as the unions trying to make a case the council and we do crime a meeting with our in the future share our concern gripped them ultimately the council the size of hannity keeps his john peterson says handy won't be fired in orange county kris ankarlo kfi news has been a chlorine leak outside the disneyland hotel in anaheim people staying at the hotel are being told to stay inside while firecrews check things out the main museum which displays are made in los angeles says it is going one hundred percent bilingual the museum will present all exhibits in english and spanish in an effort to make itself as accessible and welcoming as possible to the la community in their words and museum says it makes sense since hamas half of angelenos are hispanic and more than half of angelina as the speak a language other than english home traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center travel in monrovia on the 210 what's westbound through tenant huntington drive it's an overturned car in.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The truth making an impact obviously a pammy who lived through that area but if you think this is going to be a love fest bonnet janice hot cravings other forget of john and ken they had no business scoring with everyone's lives to begin with weekdays six with twenty four hour news police in spain have been searching for the driver of a van plowed into pedestrians in barcelona abc's james longman says thirteen people have been killed and more than one hundred hurt in the city's lots of rump plus district these hide the spanish prime minister call this jihadist terrorism and often with these isis in spite attacks there are other people involved in all evening we've been watching groups of the viennes being escorted by police out of hand because police wanna make sure there are no other terrorists lying in wait two men have been arrested by police say they neither neither is believed to be the driver of the van isis has claimed responsibility for the attack police just south of barcelona have killed at least four terrorists in a separate plot news brought to you by solar max the union representing cops in huntington beach has voted noconfidence in the police chief police officers association president david humphreys says it was the first such vote in the history of the department on this primary issues worthy or lack of leadership during the girl being inability to manage uh or or officers in kerry for why and level officer vote is largely symbolic only the city council can fire the chief since the vote five of the seven council members have expressed support for the police chief wikileaks founder julian assange has met with the congressman from orange county republican congressman dana rohrabacher met with assange at the ecuadorian embassy in london assange has been in hiding there since 2012 the meeting happened wednesday were bacher told the conservative news outlet the daily caller that the to talk about what might be necessary to get them out orbach her says that assange told him that russians were not involved in the hacking or disclosure of leaked dnc emails during.

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"david humphreys" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"david humphreys" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Points one is i emphasized contingency things didn't have to turn out the way they did the our constitution is so constituted or identity that we had to how are comma match in a world without the constitution but it almost didn't come about and what might have happened if it hadn't nobody really knows but for some champs with the country was on the verge of falling apart also i try to tell the story is on the ordinary political struggle we tend to think of it is abstract a lot surprising on for great principles of government in political theory but in fact a lot of this was just ordinary interest group struggle people using the ordinary tactics politics attacking their opponents characters thirty trips quoting their opponents out of context and then i try to put that particular spin and what is of interpretation that's been around for a long time and i basically agree with of which is but the constitution should be seen as a kind of conservative counted leveling sherman against the democratic can redistributed tendencies that works only about the revolutionary war and in that context i've tried to explain held the philadelphia convention rode a much more national lies saying it and democracy can straining constitution been most americans expected oh probably want to and then finally i think the most interesting part of the interpretation is trying to explain how they sold back constitution to the country and what was a reasonable democratic gratifying process why wouldn't ordinary americans win for constitution and then actually constrain their ability to directly in points the national government it's against takes the raymer is down from the pedestal that we've put them on one of the surprising things to me was that george washington agonize over whether or not to even attend the convention for a lot of different reasons explain that so i do think that was and interesting thing to find in washington's correspondents he was can so opening a couple opens closest age from the war every not pursue later became more secretary and david humphreys one offensive eight camps washington had a number of reasons for doubting that he should go to philadelphia one was just a very particular ristic one he had been invited at the has president of the society at the cincinnati revolutionary world veterans organization he'd been invited to go to philadelphia for their annual meeting and teddy.

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