35 Burst results for "David I"

How to Leverage Digital Influencers

WazaMedia Podcast

02:22 min | 8 hrs ago

How to Leverage Digital Influencers

"I am happy to bring onto the show. We have david combing. Thank you for being on the western media podcast. Today they are matt. How are you doing doing well. So for our audience. David kerr mcgee is an entertainment business consultant. He's done work. All across the united states west coast east coast all the coast. We only have two coasts right. Yeah houston wins. So that i so he. He's got both coasts Taken care of. And we're excited to talk today about leveraging we're about leveraging digital influencers as as part of a digital strategy So david as wasn't media believe in the power of storytelling. Could you tell us a little bit about your story. I like to start off by saying this. And it's true. I one hundred two in a boy band Twenty years ago backstreet boys than anything per red hot. And i remember originally. I wanted to make fun of them. But the more i rehearsed with like for my friends got into it and then when we perform live and then or like middle school and teeing teenage in highschool friends like screaming. I was just like. I know what i'm gonna do for the rest of my life but the funny thing about it was I was kind of taught like essentially to run a small business then like i was just learning white one how the industry works to how the gel in a group three how to lead My other fourteenth very talented in other aspect. But for some reason i just naturally drawn to the business dog like try to find a gig making sure all to working together as a team trying to find a weak spot and then when i went to college i realized business was Kind of intuitive for me. And then after graduating i Well my senior year. I was a had internships one in marketing and then to in entertainment The go through dream from two thousand one back in the day They were very gracious enough to give me an opportunity when they were doing five. Cost really quick shots. Diana actually melissa. You guys are awesome and then since then i Graduate high economic crisis. My time fit. And so i started working my way up in a healthcare consulting but i was able to reconnect through entertainment. Thanks to my cousin. Klom

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NFL: Get Vaccinated or Pay the Price

KIRO Nights

00:26 sec | 16 hrs ago

NFL: Get Vaccinated or Pay the Price

"The Delta variant and the unvaccinated. CBS's David Begnaud says the NFL is urging its players to get vaccinated or pay the price if there's an outbreak, warning from the NFL to its teams if there's a covid outbreak, and players are not vaccinated Prepare to forfeit and lose the game. The NFL commissioner sent out a memo saying that any team, which causes a game to be cancelled, will be responsible for financial losses and players

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Senate Republicans Block Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Senate Republicans Block Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

"Stories we are Following, of course, is the Senate Republicans blocking passage of an infrastructure bill yesterday, much to the dismay of Chuck Schumer and the Democrats joining us now with details on why and how it was blocked as foxes. Rachel Sutherland Good morning, Rachel. Hey, Good morning, David. Amy. Yeah, this came down to not having legislative text of this proposal. It's a little over a trillion dollars funding core infrastructure, So it's pretty popular with the American people. But Republicans are saying We don't know what's in it. They'd also like to see a score from the Congressional Budget Office was the government's bean counters. They don't know how it's going to affect the bottom line. The White House is saying, Look, this is just a procedural vote to move to proceed to debate on the proposal. So no big deal in doing that you could work on the legislative text, but Republicans did go ahead and block flat last night. They are expected to then. Come back on Monday and try again.

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Author, Philanthropist David Richman on His Journey to Happiness Through Mindfulness

Mindfulness Mode

02:35 min | 1 d ago

Author, Philanthropist David Richman on His Journey to Happiness Through Mindfulness

"Let's go back. Let's go back to some of the darker times in your life and some of the struggles. Could you share some of that with us. Yes so. I was in a bad spot in my life. I i had Kind of done the exact opposite of mindfulness. My whole life where i i. I had lived my life based on what i thought others needed from me. Or what i thought would make me a better person in other people's eyes or would get me a better jobber better relationship or make me give me more value. Based on the way that i felt i would be perceived by others and i was in a bad relationship. It was just a very bad time of my life. I just realized. Just throw a couple of unfortunate events that i realized that i had been doing this my whole life and that gets the greatest thing about life. Is you only know what you know in you know it and at that moment when when this conjunction bunch of different bad events came about. I realized i knew at that. Point is the first time. I knew that i had to start looking inside as to what would be happy and not what i need to do to make others happy. And and that's where it started the journey so tell us what started the shift. Tell us that that day or that moment where things really started to change for you. What you're going appreciate this. Because i didn't do this on purpose as a part of an exercise but you some of your experts that you talked. You would agree that this is a good thing to do. I literally. Bruce sat in front or stood in front of the mirror. And i looked at myself. It was quiet calm night. And i just said you know. Stop stop being whatever you think he should be at. What do you wanna be like. What what do you want to be. What what what is it like. Who are you what are you wanna be and just i tried a vocalise it so that i could A tell myself that what was inside me was important so for me. I wanted to be a non-smoker. I wanted to be healthy. I wanted to be active. I wanted to start relying on. What would make me happy. Because and then i said i'll be happier for other people important things in my life. So so that's what i did so yeah i did it all at the same time i just said i'm going to start being mean. And what is that vocalized. I wanna be a non-smoker. I want to be healthy. I want to be active. That's where started

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Blogger Couple Harassed by Ex-eBay Employees Sues Company

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 2 d ago

Blogger Couple Harassed by Ex-eBay Employees Sues Company

"Native couple is suing eBay over claims that its employees targeted and harassed them back in 2019 on China and David Steiner say that the scheme began after the to criticize the company in their online newsletter. Here's in a speaking in court today we were doxed. We were sent intimidating packages threats. The couple says that the packages that they received included a range of items, including things like life, insects, a funeral wreath and a bloody pig face Halloween mask their attorney, Rosemary She PTO says that the workers involved need to be held accountable for what they do now we'll do the investigation. Now we'll hold the depositions will write the interrogatory and they will answer for their acts and the employees allegedly involved include eBay's former senior director of safety and security, a senior manager of global intelligence and a senior manager of special operations and more

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Peloton Making Its Own Fitness Video Game

Talking Tech

01:50 min | 2 d ago

Peloton Making Its Own Fitness Video Game

"Listeners. It's brought molina here. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking. Tech fitness giant. Peleton wants to turn your workouts into a game. Yes that's right. Mike peleton revealed its first endeavor called lane break. It's a rhythm based game for its bike and bike plus models. David tackles the company's senior director of product of product management said in a statement posted a peleton's website that the game requires players to match or sustain their cadence or resistance during a workout to get the highest possible score now bike. Riders can control their cadence with their legs speed and switch lanes by turning the resistance. Knob on their bikes. They'll also face multiple obstacles which are all synchronized to the beat of the music. They're listening to Tackle cities excited at the prospect of games helping the fitness space appeal to a wider audience. Of course it shouldn't be too surprising because we've seen a lot of big companies lately seem to dip their toes into the gaming space Amazon is about to launch a new open world. Online game called new world later this year. Meanwhile google continues work on. Its stadia cloud gaming platform and of course as we mentioned in yesterday's talking tech episode netflix hired a video game veteran from electronic arts which has fueled speculation the streaming giant might also make a play for video game fans. Well there's certainly seems to make sense. Amine peleton bike rides are kind of interactive experiences. Anyway you know and fitnesses made for application you know to keep exercisers interested in state. Of course you know it. It helps break the monotony of whatever. You're a regular workout is. I'm as you know. For instance like the apple. Fitness app has three rings for exercise. Stand in a movie in each

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Take the Leap: Ditching Your Back up Plan

Mind Tales | Life Coach Kavita Popli

01:49 min | 3 d ago

Take the Leap: Ditching Your Back up Plan

"David going to talk about backup plans. How often does this happen. That we have a dream something really like and wish for but we never really leave towards because there's risk involved because there's too much on the line you few losing what you have you want to make that dream come through but the fear of it not working is so immense that you never take a leap. What you keep waiting for is a scenario where you have a good enough backup plan. So even if that thing that you really want doesn't work out you have a good enough plan to fall back to you. Don't end up losing. Can you relate with this. I'm sure you can like there's one saying i heard or read somewhere. Rather it said fear gills more dreams than failure ever oval right. Like how often do we just. Don't even take the leap. Don't even try going off to what leave one because we were afraid to fail or too afraid to lose what we already have so today. We're going to talk about this fear that stops us from really taking the leap and the so-called backup plans that we keep creating which ended up being the reason that we don't end up picking belief without the safety net of the backup lines. We don't actually feel confident in taking the leap and today what i want offer to you is that when we focus too much of our attention on the backup plans and jolie creating that safety net for ourselves. We're are missing out on actually building that confidence in ourselves which is the real currency for the lives. We want

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Chicago, David Brown And Brown discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Chicago, David Brown And Brown discussed on AP News Radio

"Chicago police are expanding their gun investigations team with a plan to target gun traffickers every gun recovery is a potential saved her life after another bloody weekend in Chicago that ended with more than sixty people shot police superintendent David Brown announced a new team of fifty additional officers to work with prosecutors and federal agents to target gun trafficking the stop the guns from hitting the streets in the first place brown says the department has never launched a similar program that specifically targets drop purchasers it's blood money and

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Critical Race Theory Training Exposed at Children’s Toy Manufacturer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 d ago

Critical Race Theory Training Exposed at Children’s Toy Manufacturer

"David welcome to the charlie kirk show. You are one of the whistle blowers here for project veritas and you work for a toy design and manufacturing company. Is that a good way to describe it. Yeah i work for hasbro right now has borough and you. At our event uncovered that there's critical race theory training or something around. That floor is yours. Tell us about it. sure so I decided to come to project veritas. Because i was asked to go. Well i was kind of told to go to critical race. Theory training at hasbro. At first i didn't think it was going to be anything too incriminating. But i just decided to record it just because i've been watching critical race. Theory and intersection analogy just kind of spreading through our country and our institutions for years. Now so i'm like our record it and then it actually started and then my jaw hit the floor so i was like i need to send this to people. They need to know what's happening. Okay so what is your role with hasbro I'm packaging engineer. packaging engineer. What was involved in the training. The training Is the video showing like children at different developmental stages and then stating at what developmental stage. How much racial bias. they're exhibiting. So how young did they get. They say three year old even for five year olds. I think the earliest was six months six months so in this is this training. Mandatory at has borough is mandatory for me. I don't know how many times they've done it before this. I would say this was at least the second trainer so just understanding is one of the largest toy. Manufacturers in the world is making their employees. Learn the toys. They're making might be made for a bunch of little racists or something yes. They want to use toys to kind of teach children about racial bias. To guess maybe kind of correct what they see as some kind of wrong. But it's just going to make more children Discriminate based on race.

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The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 3 d ago

The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades

"Hey everybody charlie kirke with assault and brunei otherwise known as james. O'keefe you brought a couple of people in the room with you. See i need you hard time. James suzanne on each other a couple of years hard time but you are one of the few people that actually do something meaningful in the movement. I appreciate that. So you are now. In a whistle blower project tell us about that whistleblower in the room right now you can't see them but Usps whistleblower we had a to tv insiders. One came on your stage april moss. Cbs detroit just. These are people currently employed by television news. Networks postal service. A new one came out today. Hasbro big story critical race theory. They feel compelled to go public with information. That is people. try to keep hidden. And it's the heroism. Because they wanted to lose their jobs. Now charlie so we have a dozen they have come out and and it's going to be hundreds so we're going to hear from david and a couple of seconds here but i wanted to get an idea of whistle-blowing this used to be something. The media was actually interested in right and you just kind of filling the void of courageous expose style journalism. Why i think there's a relationship. The journalists have become slaves to their access. They they've become dependent on protecting the people in power. They they wanna protect the status quo. Cnn invites clapper on even though he committed perjury. They have a symbiotic relationship with the very people are supposed to be holding accountable so no one is willing to do this. Sort of aggressive watchdog journalism anymore and twentieth century. These explorers lost their mortgages their homes they got divorces but now there's life after whistleblowing because of the digital age and websites like gibson. Go facebook insider morgan. Common last month raised half a million dollars. Charlie in twenty four hours. What did he exposed. He released documents inside facebook. As a software engineer they had quote vaccine hesitancy so facebook admitted. Even if what someone is saying on facebook is true they will censor you and they don't want you to know that they're censoring you and to me. That's the part that so shocking. They want to hide what they're doing. We want transparency into baked tack. So the whistle blowers are coming out in spades.

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How the Barrel of Monkeys Can Help You Motivated

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

01:29 min | 5 d ago

How the Barrel of Monkeys Can Help You Motivated

"Consider what you can learn from the barrel of monkeys. Now this does amy okay. Barrel monkeys was not popular. When i was a kid. It's more my grandparent's generation. But i had a grandparent and they had a set of barrel of monkeys sitting around that i played with when i was a young child. The concept of barrel of monkeys is that you've got all these monkeys with hands like this okay and they all linked together. You make this chain of monkeys now. The reason i like to use that as illustration as i think that's the best way to set up a community and a lifestyle when it comes to real sin investing or other goals so in my world. I always try to have someone above me. That i'm reaching up to and i'm learning from them and their knowledge is pouring down into me. So that i'm improving. That keeps me humble. I never actually think that. I'm too great when i'm looking up to other people and then i like to have somebody below me that i'm pouring down into them often. The information that came from above that came to me. And i could disseminate it so the people that are hanging below me now that keeps me for becoming down myself because i'm always reminded like hey i have something to offer. I just want to encourage all of you guys to think the same way. You gotta have people above you and you've got to have people below you if there's not people above you then you can start to think that you got it all figured out pride sets in you'll make mistakes and there's only below you then you'll start to think like what's my purpose. Why am i even doing this. And you'll lose some of the humility that comes into play so consider how you can be a monkey and develop your own chain in the barrel of monkeys in the same way that bigger offering

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Giolito Tosses 3-Hitter as White Sox Pound Astros 10-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Giolito Tosses 3-Hitter as White Sox Pound Astros 10-1

"Lucas G. lido went the distance on a three hitter is the white Sox defeated the Astros tend to one G. illegal striking out eight with no walks I felt like I was convicted behind each and every pitch tonight even the ones I didn't go my way that's that's what I need to do to be successful it is is go out there and and just put everything behind every pitch in and help focus the target offense of late the Sox hit five home runs one each from Jose Abreu whose act Collins Gavin sheets Tim Anderson and Jake burger Anderson also added a double and a single and with his three hits upped his average to three sixteen and ran his hitting streak to fourteen straight games the Astros had defeated the white Sox five straight this season but it was all socks on this night David Shuster Chicago

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The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars

Around the House with Eric G®

02:04 min | 6 d ago

The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars

"In caroline some improvement every nikkei g. and caroline's got a piece of pizza because we all went out and got pizza. We gotta introduce our friend our guest today. David applebaum architect of stars. Hello brother i to carolina. Be an era jian. David doesn't rhyme so there. We go david a so. We gotta talk a little bit of minute. We've got to get some pizza credit here because you know last segment last hour. We're talking pizzas kind of the side discussion and we all got our pizzas here. Then as you could tell caroline's working on hers as we talk so hungry. I had to pop one in myself. Awesome the play along. Eric is under the delusion that oregon according to bloomberg makes the best feats now. David knows the northeast. He knows new york come on. You've really telling me that new york new jersey doesn't make the best pizza or they make the best taylor. Ham thing is new york. Has their style pizza. Chicago has their style pizza. When you get up to the west coast out here. We have the best of everyone's pizzas. That's my hock damon. Oh yes because. I've got pizza from nineteen forty seven people de lorenzo's. We know how to make pizza new jersey. You make a pie. It's tomato pie extra cheese on the bottom sauce. Him atop thin crust. Sorry cheeses are the bottom because if the pizza is made in nineteen forty nine. It's great. I talked sitting at a box since one thousand nine hundred forty nine. So yeah. that's thanks. There's such poor losers like deny

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Biden Slams Social Media Over COVID-19 Misinformation

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

Biden Slams Social Media Over COVID-19 Misinformation

"And President Biden is condemning misinformation spreading online about Covid 19 vaccines as he left the White House for a weekend at Camp David Bidens have misinformation on social media is killing people. But in a statement, Facebook says more than two billion people have viewed reliable information on its

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Politico Exposes That Big Tech, Big Media Were Covering up for Biden

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

Politico Exposes That Big Tech, Big Media Were Covering up for Biden

"Top federal prosecutor in Delaware decided to pause a criminal investigation of Hunter Biden months before the 2020 election to prevent the public from learning about it. According to reports. So here we have a big tech covering up. For a hunter bug. Here. We have big media covering up for 100 bucks because they threw in with big tech censoring. Literally censoring. Here. We now have a federal prosecutor covering up For a hunter Biden. I don't care that he was appointed by Trump Trump didn't know this guy U. S attorney David Weiss. U. S Attorney David Weiss, appointed by former president Trump decided not to seek search warrants are issued grand jury subpoenas So it's not to quote alert the public to the existence of the case in the middle of a presidential election politico reports.

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Deputy Indicted in the Shooting of a Black Man

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | Last week

Deputy Indicted in the Shooting of a Black Man

"County Sheriff's deputy has been indicted for shooting an unarmed black man during a domestic disturbance. David Turbie. Phil just gave 32 year old Isaiah Brown, a ride home after his car broke down back in late April. A short time later, a 911 call came in from Brown, who asked for help involving a fight with his brother and made mention of a gun. During that call, Turbie fill responded, finding Brown holding something. Body camera footage shows the deputy asking him to drop the gun and then shop around eight times. Turns out Brown was holding a Cordless phone, according to charging documents. Sir Bay fills facing one count of felony unlawful wounding And one count of reckless handling of a firearm with serious injury. Ken Duffy

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Why Did the Media Withhold Information on Hunter Biden Until After Election?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last week

Why Did the Media Withhold Information on Hunter Biden Until After Election?

"Politico just released the piece a little while ago talking about the hunter Biden investigation and the Department of Justice and how they they did their best to sideline any information from getting out to the public before the election about this hunter Biden case. They may say, Well, they should do that They could. They should keep the existence of these investigations. Private Really? Would involve something this grave like a president, United States Joe Biden, the big guy. Who may have been in cahoots with his son to take money from foreign enemies of the United States. You don't think that's an interest of national importance but of interest in national ports before the election. Who told you that? Hear from the politico piece. It says last summer, federal officials in Delaware. We're investigating Hunter Biden and they face the dilemma. The probe reached the point where prosecutors could have sought search warrants. An issued a flurry of grand jury subpoenas. Some officials involved in the case wanted to do just that. Others urged caution. They advised the U. S attorney in the case, David Wise to avoid taking any actions that could alert the public to the existence of the case in the middle of a presidential election. Then they celebrate. To his credit. He listens to the person involved in discussions now. I know, you know. Listen, I know leftist. I've been around them for over 10 years. Now I know all their tricks, their stunts, their scams. That's all they are. Scammers. Uh, liars, fraudsters. That's all I know other stands and they're going to say Listen, there was an investigation into trump in collusion. You know the difference. Being the collusion thing was fake. Um, and nobody leaked out before the election either. Really? That's interesting, cause I pulled up this article I use all the time Dated October 31st 2016 Last time I checked producer Jim that was before the election, right? The election was November. 2016. Can you verify that for me? Yes. Said okay. Thank you. That is correct, Mike Double? Yeah, we get a double Get a twofer on

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ADVENTUROUS DESIGN and CIVILIZATION BUILDING

Cultivating Place

02:05 min | Last week

ADVENTUROUS DESIGN and CIVILIZATION BUILDING

"Welcome david i am just really happy to speak with you about these things at this exact time and i'm really excited to speak with you. Thank you very much. And you know if i were to ask you your current mission statement at this point in your life at this point in your work for your relationship with plants and planted spaces whether that's personal at home or it's also as manifested by teramoto. What would that mission statement be. David you know. I just did a funny thing last week where i was looking at our office profile on our website and we kind of have a think manifesto is too strong a word but we have kind of a a series of paragraphs that kind of outline what you're asking and i actually listeria and i looked at it and i was like. Oh my gosh this is out of date. And so then. I added in a couple of sentences that kind of explained that this manifesto or a this belief system is allowed to change any ball any point in time. So you your questions. Kind of timely. In that when a so i started teramoto with a turnout is not just mind. A it's it's alan for. Roy is my business partner. Jenny jones house partner in our la office and we have a team of about seventeen people at this point which is really incredible and All incredible humans. And when allen and i started teramoto our of guiding principle is a formally and conceptually adventurous office for landscape architecture. And i would say that that very much still rings true and a stand by that and that's like the tag thing on her instagram. That being said the practice has evolved. We the team has grown and time has passed and we've got to build a lot of work in evatt to learn a lot in all of this

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"david i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"david i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Gravy right? I mean. And that's I. Mean That's part of our on our marketing strategy. So you know we've we've done the hard work to make a great product and easiest let us it and I'll be the first. And I'll be the first to say to anyone have taken a lot of trainings. Do I have a lot of training? Sure. Am I by any means an end user expert? No I mean I, I use a lot of stuff I. I mean I don't think it's disputed. I don't talk a lot about the Jitsu or stuff that I've done know through the years and probably taken what thirty classes I think. That's pretty reasonable number to throw out there. I got every piece of paper that says, I know something I don't think I know anything but. I don't think that makes me a step up from anybody else and I think that you know there's plenty of people out there. That are far better at the review game and I think that it's a necessary evil but I think companies evolve and grow past it but I just I. When you have to go on the Internet. And explain to people that there are some paid reviews I. think that is fucking Asinine be that dumb. As an industry, we can't be that. and. Just just you know I think it's always been that way it's weird. In. Print media, not that they're paying for the exposure but you know they're they're getting supported 'cause advertised in the magazine are the reviews on I'm sure they are. Thirty but the the company's getting the opportunity because it's a partnership, it's a business and I got into an argument with a guy linked and you probably saw. Whereas like but. Obviously sells for a magazine which there's no love between me and them recoil for a number reasons and and and he said to me he goes. Yeah but. You can't say every magazine writers and enthusiast I'm like. Any, brought up runners world I'm like, do you know anyone that runners world that doesn't run? Because, I'd be interested to know. But I think that's always going to be in the industry and I don't think that that's a bad thing. I just think we have to look at a clear lens and understand that. Most companies are going to push him put out positive reviews are they're going to be some negative reviews shirts? It becomes like yelp right with anything there's GONNA be a couple of people that are going to be like Geez I. Don't like that stock or hey i. don't like that Holster for this reason or that reason. God my favorite one is the one star Yelp review because they didn't put Napkins and take takeout that. What was the food? Good. and. I just look at it like this David I. Just you make a great point on what you want to see change in the industry I do hope and pray that does evolve passed a little bit because to me. That's junior league like we're we're wasting a thread and a whole hour on explaining that people are paid to reviews and I get the major point of the post but you saw it fall into dachshund people that were associated with a group and I'm..

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"david i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:50 min | 9 months ago

"david i" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Now I, think I'm you know I'm a huge proponent of in house marketing I'm a huge proponent of that I. Think the minute that you can develop a marketing department that's that's real and that's true. That's when you can start to control the message, and now whether it's because of only fans and other things that have risen to prominence pay walls or becoming tremendously lucrative for brands and I think if you're not looking at them or you're not looking at some type of paywall marketing, you're failing or if you're not putting out there like youtube is one. Of the most overlooked spaces by brands in my opinion David I. Think it's a companies are pretty much in videos on all their skews in they're calling their youtube dead and I think that's a tremendous mistake. I. Think. That's a huge mistake by brands and huge failure and what I don't understand. There's so many successful brands out there with deep pockets right now. They're out they're paying a lot of people ambassadors whatever to do videos, and there's much hubbub about people doing reviews and paid reviews which I think is fucking Asinine and our business that we have to explain to people that there are paid reviews i. mean that's ridiculous to me but I think the marketing evolves as you as you level up and what that looks like for you as a brand, you have to start to say, okay, we need to plug in this piece and we need to bring in that piece. Yeah, yeah and show. That's. A big shift and it's always evolving. So that's another one you got to be a student of it. How to reach people is forever changing. And That's your point on the digital side. There's five million new customer CH-. Since March of this year and the majority of them. They're not GONNA industry people they're not. They're not gonNA, go buy guns off the. News Rack. Their online called the instagram crowd because that's their digital and if you want to be able to get in front of them. And get their attention. In my opinion. Yeah and the problem the the problems glaring it's always. So most of your CEO's in the gun business, most of your industry leaders..

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"david i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"david i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"It doesn't make any fucking sense and I've really worked out why I get angry that took a long time to identify connecting all all the way childhood and then developing cognitive behavioral therapy to sort of temper that. So now I still slip up. But I look at my anger life and addiction. It is very similar to right and when I get angry I feel like I fell off the wagon I I feel like shit. So I really admire that it's something that you recognize worked with director who is really fucking tough and it felt irrational like ninety percent of the time and I remember fellow actor after the shoot was. Over said to him. You know you're kind of addict through and I was a witness to this in the flooring part was how shocked you as this whole time I thought that it was all very intentional and calculated his anger and rage. So we all took quite personally but the fact that he wasn't even aware was like, oh, fuck this might be like even worse than we saw. Something a chef told me early on because the first restaurant and most of our restaurants are open kitchens and it's like theater. You can see everything and hear everything, and after me just having a normal day, probably be an asshole a very respectable chef came in and pull me outside and said Hey I want to give you advice the reason you yell because you're not a good chef and you insecure and I was like fuck you and I've thought about that chef moments like ten plus years, and the reality is that chef was one hundred percent right completely insecure and if I was a better chef, if I knew what I was doing if I had a cohesive plan. That's the problem. Every day is about putting out fires metaphorically and literally. But if I was better at being a boss, there is no need to you. I would be thoughtful enough, empathetic, enough, and plan too far ahead enough to have seen all of these problems ahead of time and to communicate individually to each person what I expected out of them, and if I was so good I would have told them watch out for this watch out for this over here this might happen. So prepare for here here and here but I never did that it was always a reactionary and that was a pride swallowing. Know Moment. I how amazing that you? Not many people can do the? Yes. Okay. What was your first love like? My first love. was probably not reciprocated. Never know she'd totally destroyed me. That's what happens. David I paid a boy twenty five cents every day Ryan Giovane in third grade so that he would like me. You really fucked up. He was the fastest runner David nobody could run faster than Ryan well, riot could have in your life you chose to run fast fuck that up. Thanks David Yeah No. My first one really crushed me and it's the kind of one that came into my life..

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"david i" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"david i" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"The racing writers podcast. I'm your host Kelly Crandall. The podcast is back football's back. The podcast is back I apologize for having to take a hiatus last week but had not been able to get any of my request scheduled. So took a week off but back this week with a great guest David Pepper, the team manager of Thor sport racing, and we're going to end the year strong couple more weeks to go in the NASCAR Cup series playoffs in the NASCAR season a couple more weeks of the podcast and we're going to go out with a bang lots of stuff getting lined up but David pepper this week or pepper. As he is affectionately known is the guest David I chatted actually Friday morning. So it was the morning after thor sport racing one one-two-three at Richmond raceway in the return of the truck series to Richmond Grant, finger, picking up his third win of the season. So David and I chatted Friday morning. So just a couple days later, you are hearing this interview. So it's very relevant. We talked about the trucks back at Richmond what's been going on with thor sport racing and previewing the truck play offs because that is now going to begin this week at Bristol. So David's wonderful guy. But what makes him unique is when he doesn't have his team manager on which he did Friday morning, we were supposed to talk about ten am and. Picked up the phone said Hey I got gotTA call you back I've got my team manager hat on right now taken care of some things as they put. The Richmond race to bed and focus on the playoffs. We can talk about it. So you're going to hear that once again, very relevant conversation. But when he doesn't have team manager hat on David is also a spotter. He spots in the xfinity series for Tommy Joe Martins as well as Corey joined the Cup series and then wherever he has to fill in and might be on a thor sport radio, it might be somewhere else. He's been doing that nearly as long as I think he's GonNa team manager. So it's a very cool role. Cool. Dual job that David Pepper. So again. I'm glad the PODCAST is back again we're going to end the year. Strong. So let's get to it. Great Conversation. I had David for about thirty minutes I. Hope you learn a lot I did and again. PODCAST is back here it is. David pepper.

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"david i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"david i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Dot film to buy your tickets and everything but I think it's such a cool idea because then it really lets anybody from any don't have to go to the Chinese theater to like see this like anybody in anywhere can go do it and be a part of it. Which I think is very, very cool. You go and watch it, and then what happens like. So then like next week, is it stream -able or are you waiting down the road to the have another theatrical release? How does that work correct? Yeah, it's a great question. So we. Will. Have this event on the twenty eight, this live fun experience, and then after that, we are already talking to a lot of different partners to give them the film. So they'll be a hand off towards the end of the year. So this is like our big splash moment. A lot of people are gonNA watch it with us, and then towards the end of the year, they'll be another moment where you can suddenly watch the movie whenever you want your leisure. But this is the way to really help us get the best person down the road to partner with to release the film. It's a cool idea. Now, let's go into what the stories Abou- because I don't know going back to like my high school and college days of getting a bunch of idiots together and jumping in a car and like going to a concert and I think that that's kind of like the idea of the storyline, right? Yeah Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's it's it's a class. I was a fan of like eighties coming of age movies and just all coming of age movies. I was the biggest fan of. It really spoke to me. So I wanted to kind of hearkens back to those, but do it in a more modern way. So you'll feel some throwback vibes in the film to those older movies are moments, but we wanted to do it with much more current themes and flip a lot of the tropes that those movies established on their head especially with female characters and female friendship wanting to show. Authentic female friendship and not cattiness or competitiveness in our female writers seeing awkwardly needed a great job with that. So there's a lot of empowering messaging behind the film and it does have a lot of fun you were talking about it is a road trip from they are singing awesome band. Lovely the band perform but there are some deeper conversations had along the way deeper realizations. There's a love triangle thing that. Happens it's it's a classic story kind of updated and told from directing point of view in an interesting way like you know, no one's going to reinvent the wheel when it comes to like love triangles like those have always worked since the beginning of time it's something we all know raw familiar with GonNa probably guessed the ending, but it's about how you get there in the fun. You have a long. Way and kind of how it's told. So I embraced all those classic beams and kind of just updated it in worked really hard to tell in a visually interesting way. So keeps the story moving. So it kind of has some Edgar right vibes at times but definitely has like some kind of wonderful eighties classic are so you are embodying the ghost of John Hughes then one hundred percents zero doubt about. Percent Standing on the shoulders of giants. That's what I'm trying to do wait. So were you in its or you directing it? What is your yelling? Yes, Oh, I directed it and I was one of the writers on it. So I wrote it with Hepi Te'o on Santa Catalina in Bug Hall. So there's four of us who wrote it in then I directed it and I played a small role up a somewhat small role in the film. Okay. So I, mean. I first of all, super often that your diversifying Nino like your Hollywood mark on things and writing and producing and directing is dope. But if you and Selena are working together why the hell aren't you both in the can thing. Reunion in the movie. Yeah Selena and I have never we've always just been good friends and we've never like ever stepped in a professional realm except for our TV shown that because what's always been most important to us is our friendship and not ever doing anything to muddy that she'd been seeing the movie and giving me advice for years as I went about writing it and producing a developing it and directing she was Always, along every step of the way as a friend would and she was super supportive. gave me fantastic advice all along the way and recommendations and tips, and so when she finally got to see the film, She was like, David I see. So I love this sean rice he so many teen coming of age movies and the message a Lotta Times doesn't make me feel very good. I think is rain powering especially to women. and. She was like in your movie did that and I I want young girls to see this message I wanNA, get behind this film. So it was a very organic process to be like well, you've. Kind. Of already been executive producing this thing for you know years. Now, why don't why not make it official? And she was super excited to get on board and get behind it. So it it was. something that happened super organically I know you don't think could have happened. Any other way we're we're cited were excited everyone out there go get your tickets. Now this is the year dot film where you go I've just seen the trailer for it and the promotional videos it does look awesome and if it's anything like any of those, like you know my favorite eighties, John Hughes, coming of age films than I'm all about it dude. So congratulations I think that one of the craziest stats that I learned about you whilst prepping for this was that you had written an episode of wizards of waverly place you did it before I think I even could read and write like. First of all, like how did you even have the idea to do that at such a young age also able to like. Something like that. Thank you for bringing that up that this is like. How I kinda got in the business was writing and directing like I was just a little Italian kid in Arizona, the big family and no connections to the industry and when it was someone's birthday, I would take video camera and I learned that if you hit stop record at certain times, you could play it back and it was like a movie you could move the camera and if I stopped at a certain time and move the angle, it would work seamlessly and so when it was someone's birthday I would. PARODY THEM I would give to my family and it made him laugh than it. We'd be eating Pasta I play video and people would laugh and that's Kinda. How I got into the business is.

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"david i" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"david i" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Please join me in welcoming David Brenner to share his idea for how we might stop the spread of SARS covy to. Take it away, David. Hey good afternoon David I'm. It's good to be back, it's. Since my talk..

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"david i" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"david i" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"To maintain some fidelity to that reciprocal relationship. and do your job as you see best, which is say. Do Your job. Don't worry about keeping your job. I would say sometimes they come in conflict, if not more often than you like and I'd say always err on the side of doing your job if you should happen at fired. Or there's there's some downside to that. I'd say long term. This is about your own development, so keep that first and foremost or primary always. Err on the side of doing your job or is sight Martin Luther King and the time has always ripe to right. Right and I think clean DC certainly elsewhere. Really the bottom line is your reputation, so have you noticed an honest broker? You Demonstrate Fidelity to the research they sent. The research is clear out of your career will take care of itself. If you compromise your reputation over time, that almost becomes a problem. You can't get out from under, or you can't defeat, and lastly I would say it's cliche realized, but you know probably best to flick the comfortable and comfort the afflicted. Of course. This is a serious subject healthcare. This is about sickness disease illness death. Not something we should take lightly. Everyone in my view deserves optimal care or should have the ability to achieve optimal health or far from that, so she worked towards that goal. The extent of correlates to career success or not. Hide I put that far distant second. So that's what I would say generally. Thank you. David think that covers all the questions we have at this time. Thank you for having me on to ask them. And I WANNA. Remind everyone you mentioned in part one that listeners with any additional follow up. Questions should feel free to email them in. Yes, please. And thank you for taking your time and. And running me through this. Thanks a lot David I. really appreciate it. I had a Lotta Fun and have a good evening. Take Care Bye. You have just heard another edition of the healthcare policy podcast hosted by David. Intra Cosso to come on this program or others to see information about upcoming interviews to suggest a program topic or to here an archive program. Please visit our website. The healthcare policy PODCAST DOT com. Thank you for listening. Please listen again soon..

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"david i" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"david i" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"In the back of our minds, you may know that everybody matters, but right now the black house on fire so when they make a claim that they are in crisis, and the fire truck comes down to focus on them. Let's help put the fire out. Let stand there and hug them. Let's validate them. Let's stand arm in arm while they Saab and cry about their loss of their photos. Not Tell them that are pictures are just as important as theirs, because while it may be true, it's missing the point of the crisis. Please tell me you understand that. No. I agree with you David I. Think you were talking about a point of agreement trying to find it I. Think we just found it? Awesome, so my point to you is when when people are out protesting and they're saying black lives matter. The message of all lives matter. Feels like we're being ignored and we're not being validated and that it feels like it's an argument against our our our cry for help. That's that's the. I don't want to speak for the black community, but I've been to enough of these protests and had an folks on my show to understand. That's the core of the message were in crisis are houses on fire right? That's all I. WanNa. Say so all lives. Matter does hurt things because it's missing the point, even though it may technically be true. well I. I guess I have a question for you. Is is the responsibility of the same on both sides in other words do both sides in a situation haven't equal responsibility to try to hear and try to understand the point of view and the emotions of the other party, or does only one party have that responsibility? Well That's a really interesting question. It's a really good one I think. For the most part in a relationship situation, overall both people have responsibility. But. If one person is going into crisis. If, one person is depressed or suicidal or over the top angry. The person who is not in crisis. I believe has an obligation to step up and And take on some responsibility out of love for that other human being in crisis. And and and you would say that that goes both ways. During crisis, yes! Okay then we have another Dave. We have another point of agreement. This is turning into a Koumba conversation. Okay, I I feel like you're insinuating something that maybe I'm not understanding, so tell me what your point is on the on the on the compassion, going both ways. We'll know I agree if you've got somebody that's hurting somebody that's in trouble. You WanNa go to their side. You want understand them. You want to help them, and if you believe that it goes both ways than were on the same page. Okay cool so in a situation like for example I I, hate to just make it personal, but marriage counseling is a good way to look at at relations with other people, so if your wife just lost a family member, someone in her family died. She's under a lot of pressure under a lot of stress. She's got a job interview coming up. She's freaking out about that. The washer broke down and she had to wash her clothes for the job interview and she's okay. She's stressed. She's crying. You Walk in the room and she snaps you. And scream something you're yells at you in that in that one moment she's she's wrong for yelling at you. Right it's not appropriate. But because you don't have all of the stress on you. You love her, and so the point is to go. She's hurting. And to offer validation and see how you can help solve the problem rather than just going. You screamed something at me and then call her name and yell back at her because she unfairly attacked you right? Yeah, technically I guess you can say you guild at me. I and we could be in fifth grade, or we can have adult emotional intelligence and say she's hurting, so she screamed at me. She probably wouldn't have done under normal circumstances right so. Am and I agree with you David and I think about how the people that have had their businesses destroyed. You have white business owners that have had their businesses destroyed, and you have black business owners that have had their businesses destroyed and I frankly in many of these cases. I feel more pain for the black. Business owner because he's worked his whole life. To put the scratch together to build that business, and then these writers come along some of them of his own ethnic background, and they destroy his business. I've got tremendous compassion breaks my heart when I see these guys being interviewed tears in their eyes, I spent my whole life. My whole life savings everything I own. Is In this business and now it's destroyed. I feel tremendous. Compassion for him and I think we ought to have the same compassion regardless of the ethnic background of the guy who does that and whose business is destroyed I believe we should have the same compassion for a white business owner whose business has been destroyed by rioters as we do for a black business owner, whose business has been destroyed, and I think we both agree on that yet, Fischer. For sure. Yeah, we can move into that portion of it now. I think we have a pretty good understanding. I think that. One..

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"david i" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"david i" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Hello Hello David I. I'm thrilled and honored to have you here on photography radio. I I know very well that you're quite busy guy. You photographer vert a teacher workshop leader so just that you know I appreciate it a lot that that you decided to take a bit of your valuable time to join me here on the show. Oh Oh you've science to be here thank you David. Do you remember the very last photograph Youtube that you were very happy with I do actually. And it's it's very recent I've just got back from a a sailing trip in northern Canada in an area that we call the great bear rainforest and I have been there before and to be honest. I've done a couple of trips. Recently and Had Bad luck with weather in bad bad luck with circumstance and I was just feeling like I needed. I needed a win. You know sometimes you just have to accept that no matter what you're going to do in light room or photoshop. You're you're just the photographs aren't doing it. And so I I was on this trip and I was sitting on a rock in the middle of this river. Waiting for this bear are and we have this this species of bear in on the West Coast and very particular part of the West Coast of Canada that we call the spirit bear. It's a black bear. It's it's but it's completely white so it looks like a little bit like a little polar bear but they're very rare. They're very beautiful. And I was there in the great bear rainforest to photograph Graf these bears and I had been there a couple of years previously and there was a shot I wanted where the bearer was standing on a rock walk. And there's such beautiful bears. I wanted something. That was a little more interpretive. Not just a literal shot of a bear on a rocket thousands of a second so I thought you know if I could slow. Oh down my shudder I get this you know. He's standing in a stream so is basically in the middle of a waterfall against the water to to sort of blur and And there would be really nice contrast between the bear river. The problem is spared just kept moving and I was. I was hand holding the equivalent of six hundred millimeters at an eighth of a second and the challenge Technology is advanced so much the challenge was not me holding thing. My hands still. I can hold this lens at an eighth of a second. Get perfectly sharp photograph except the bear kept moving and I was trying and trying and trying and I finally finally got it and That's a long way of telling you about these circumstances but the the photograph just you know you look on the back of the monitoring you just have this feeling that I can't even describe in the moment itself with with. The bear was unbelievable but that I finally after a couple of years nailed this one photograph and captured that feeling of being there it was pretty intoxicating just mentioned that. It's kind of difficult to describe. What is what is just about the feeling and to kind of intuitive almost like an emotional reaction to your own image probably like how would you try to define defined? What makes a good photograph? What is a good photograph for you? Well for okay so there's two questions there are what is a good photograph. And what makes a good photograph for for me. I think everyone will have their own answer. There are reasons that we all make our own photographs. Things that we want to accomplish but for me. What makes a good? The photograph is one that engages that connects with people. You know when they look at it. They're not thinking boy wonder what Lens he made this with or what camera I wonder what his histogram Graham look like our own my gosh. It's such a sharp photograph. There's something more their story. There's poetry there's Emotion and mood that kind of thing that human connection where photographs sort of goes a little bit past the brain connect on a deeper level Not Without the brain but just on that deeper level where or you're thinking about it days later or it makes you think a different thing or feel something. I just wanted to connect and you know the kind of photograph. It is will determine determine how it connects but it's that connection that is important to me and do you think because each one of us is constructed you know in a different way. I mean we have different emotional structures and different memories different histories and so on and then we always believed that. I mean those of us who are deep into the photography and a whole really enjoying living on a daily basis. We kind of believe that what we feel will connect or connects x with us. We'll kind of translate into we will send this message. Further and hopefully other viewers will also connect to the image to the same distorted. So where do you think is this common denominator. Is there something like this which is kind of like a common emotional message that we can inject into an niche. Yeah I would say I would say common but not universal I think that you identified it rightly that we all have different memories and well so for example. This photograph that I made of a bear. Some people were will react with confusion. If they don't know that a white black bear exists. I think it's a polar bear in Weiser standing in the middle of a rainforest Some people may be that have had an experience with a bear that is a deeply negative and have fear about it. We'll feel a different thing about the photograph and someone that has spent time there in that location with maybe even the same bears will have yet another emotional channel reaction to this so I I do think that there can be commonality and then our work will find its own audience. Some just some people just won't resonate with your work at all. Aw they won't understand it. They won't like that's fine but you you're so you work can't resonate with absolutely everyone but it will find its own audience and for those people. Yes yes that's those people are the people who feel this common thing about that photograph but even then it's not it's not specifically common is. Just I think in generalities holidays do think adding captions descriptions or at least titles. Photographs makes a huge. Do you add captions and or title to a your own images when publishing them I think context is everything till March. I think sometimes context can be important for example if I want my work to be put forward or to have a conservation message. I may include that photograph with a story or with short paragraph. That explains some some of the detail or some of the urgency or the statistics that are behind for example these spirit bears or endangered an endangered shark or something. If you were using the photograph in that context yes it would provide more information than the photograph itself. Kim But if you were putting it on a wall or submitting it for consideration iteration for a major awards competition then the caption would would be less at necessary because the work is stands on its own as as what it is so I think context is everything. Sometimes it's really helpful and understanding and other times it's It's not necessary. For how many have you been doing photography and Today why I've been photographing seriously since I was about fourteen years old so just over just over thirty years now Cynthia here so it's quite a long time. Is there anything that's changed for the entire process of chasing those compelling images like what would you say you're doing different today generally speaking though of course then you are doing ten or twenty years ago. It's it's a great. It's a great question. I think we all learn in different ways than there are phases of the way we learn so twenty years ago. I was still very much concentrating reading hunt just trying everything on for size you know I would try to photograph birds you know. Try to photograph. You know whatever racecars or anything that I it could have a chance to photograph. I was trying figuring it out. Okay what works here. What what really? I was just learning my craft. I was learning to get get the the shutter speeds in the apertures and the the understanding of how light worse. I was just learning that stuff I wasn't I had tools but I didn't know what kind of stories I wanted to tell with those tools and it was it was only about twelve years ago. Maybe Gosh maybe a little longer than that maybe fifteen years ago. Now that I went into Haiti and everything changed for me I. Suddenly I understood what stories I wanted to tell with my camera so it for for a long time. I didn't even know why I was making photographs. I was just oh that looks cool and I would press the button and you know if it was sharp. Great if it wasn't you know go back and try again now. I photograph with much greater intent. Because I see these tools as these great opportunities for us to say something to express something even even just to put the camera to your face explorer. A thing before you know quite what that intent is so much more intentional now than I ever was. I want tale bigger stories. I want to not just for me now. It used to be a good photograph was sharpened. Well exposed now. A good photograph is about connection. And it's so much less about the camera than at once once was It's it's all about really. It's all about the photographer. The cameras now are so good good that we can give much more of our attention to the things that really make a great photograph story and a motion and the stuff that engages as you know paying attention more to the light than to the quality of light than just. What's my best exposure you know and the trip to hide so you discovered so to speak? You know your your subject matter or your the way you WanNa speak to photographs did it. It really resonate with something. Actually which was already deep down in your you know based on your experiences from from your earlier life. Yeah very much I mean I. I've they've been a traveler. All my life My mother was a nurse in an officer in the Royal Air Force in England. My father was a officer in the Canadian an armed forces and they met while traveling while posted in in Cyprus and my whole life I have spent traveling and my my mother gave me my both my mother and father but primarily. My mother gave me a very broad picture of the world and got me National Geographic magazines. When I was a kid and I have always? He's worked with children and families and that's what I was doing at the time when I went down to Haiti. And so all of these things that were a part of me my desire for travel travel and that sort of thing it all came back and suddenly. I knew what I wanted to do with my photographs and that has since branched out. You know. I'm now I'm doing more wildlife than I ever imagined I would. I'm doing conservation stuff. I'm doing underwater photography with You know with sharks Wales and I never imagined that when.

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"david i" Discussed on Clouded

Clouded

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"david i" Discussed on Clouded

"What is the story behind and David at eight thirty five. AM on August seventh two thousand seventeen. Adam described the deer David incident in a series of tweets this. This is what he said so. My apartment is currently being haunted by ghost of a dead child and he's trying to kill me. He started appearing in dreams dreams but I think he's crossed over into the real world. Now the first time I saw him I was experiencing sleep paralysis and saw child sitting in a green lean rocking chair at the foot of my bed. He had a huge misshapen head that was dented on one side. I did my best to draw it for a while L. E. Just stared at me but then he got out of the chair and started shambling toward the bed. I couldn't move because I was paralyzed. I have sleep paralysis fairly often. It sucks right before he reached my bed. I woke up screaming. I had another dream few nights later where I was in a library and a girl. Oh came up to me and said you've seen dear David having you and I was like who and she said Dear David you saw him. She continued tin. You'd he's dead. He only appears at midnight and you can ask him to questions. If you said Dear David I then she added but never never tried to ask him a third question or he'll kill you. Then David came back in another dream same situation I was in bed and he was sitting in the rocking chair near the window staring at me in the dream. I say Dear David. How did you die. He mumbles an accident in store. I say David. What happened in the store. He groans a shelf was pushed on my head. I'm frozen with fear and I ask who pushed the shelf. David doesn't answer. I realize that I've asked third question which I'm not supposed to do at that point. I wake absolutely terrified. The next couple of days Google deaths in the city but can't find anything about had a kid named David dying in a store. I even tried different names Daniel Dillon Devan nothing a few weeks go by without incident sort of randomly. The apartment above mine is vacated and have the opportunity to move into it. It's larger apartment so I'm thrilled. Another month or two goes goes by and I sort of forget about dear David. I think he lost track of me because I moved upstairs but lately. Something strange is happening. Uh here are some of the more intriguing highlights from Adams twitter account. He claims that his cats will go to to his door that leads to the hallway outside his apartment and just sit there looking underneath the doorway as something or someone. Is there a brand new polaroid type camera. He bought cannot take pictures of his hallway. They'd just come out black but the camera works everywhere else. There is a video posted on his time tweet that shows Adam taking a picture with the camera of the hallway and developing black in real time for some reason static electricity plays a significant role in many of his tweets he recording he made of the static sounds he mentions engines..

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"david i" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"david i" Discussed on WTRH

"David I am. I'm glad that you are saying. is that. living and I'm going to use the phrase self willed I'm going to do when I wanna do living self willed. isn't going to ultimately satisfy. and so you. I had this sounds like now it would would you say you've kind of broken up with your fiance. willow run she's moving okay is that what she wants to do. of course now that they are wrong zero nine to three well. what I'm hearing is that you believe that there is more. that you use is. you not only said I need her to move on but it's sounding as though. you're you're wanting help with. your direction you talked about I'm trying to get myself sanctified so what what's sanctified means. again is set apart. said part. by god. a set apart from sin you're not just going to continue to have a. lifestyle. of sin again and again and again now what I'm saying to you is I want don't want to hear this real carefully. is god who sanctify us. I don't think. I'm not ever heard of anybody I'm gonna get myself sanctified and I understand you're what you're saying is that I think that whatever I've heard about being sanctified it's a good thing and I know I need it I agree with you about that do you agree that you need to be sanctified. yeah I agree and I I. number three what you did only god because god through a book thank the model okay okay..

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"david i" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"david i" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"To play survivor, and that means I know how to strategize David said. Back in a web confessional for the second episode that good survivor game is a delicate survivor game can't be too pushy. You can't be the leader you need to do things with your name on them. But there's no need to build a resume early. He said small conversations can have a big impact later in the game. And he got insight into how people are thinking about the future and any locked locked out away in his brain. He was slowly turning up the game like the temperature in shower. And he said you don't want to turn it up to quickly or you'll get burned. Now does this sound like the same David that you played with? No it which is so incredible to me because yes, this is everything you just said is not the David I played with I played with a much different. David. Granted he played if the nominal. Game on my season. But he's definitely thought long and hard about things he needed to change about his game. How he needed to approach this time and how he needed to do things so much differently than he did before. I mean, the David they came in to my season was neurotic and scared and running around like crazy openly looking for idols really kind of just out there. I mean, right from the beginning we were all kind of trying to figure out what was going on with David because he's seemed kind of like a loose cannon. And obviously as the game developed and move forward. He changed that perception of himself. He managed to rain it all in and also made really big moves early on in the game by like saving me with an idol. That's something that that's a big move to do pre merge. And I'm still so happy that he did it think David, but. But he did it for his game. That was not.

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"david i" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"david i" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Think that they're in other words you understand david that you example whatever pose the public accommodations portion of the nineteen sixty five civil rights law that said that people who own their private businesses restaurants let's say or hotels could not tell people of color that they couldn't they couldn't either stay there or eat there no not the color but you know when you're green red or blue wire water black doesn't make any difference here an individual they had the right to few to you no matter what that's the way i understood the law the law nine hundred sixty five of course the basically said that no that that there are limits on the extent to which you can define your clientele and if you did it based on race that was illegal state and federal differences in what protected classes are under the law as far as discriminatory practices are conserved and you had a question i believe david i was wondering you actually think that trump has a chance to win i do i think he's gonna win because the way that the you know they been throwing all this stuff and they're going to probably pull this up in midterm election to try to say well we did this and they're gonna make a campaign out of there let's this hammer against responded that i mean twenty twenty miles will be the maximum medium as far as politics go there's an awful lot can happen between now and then political dog years right now we're at the difference between the flintstones and the jetsons between a twenty eighteen and twenty twenty and in this day and age if the election were held today giving some of the recent poll figures on how the economy is doing i think that depending on the democratic nominee that the.

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"david i" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"david i" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"That's was cold fairytale david i was wondering you talked about some of the higher price productions where library music was was being used it was basically the producers wanted to keep that sort of as as a secret weather ever any coincidences that you would have to well known shows maybe playing the same trucks on the audience not saying that they've heard songs elsewhere i don't know if they would notice that one principal use of library music to this day is for incidental music or what's known as source music so let's say you have a scene in which a radio blaring in the background and they want a country western song or a piece of muzak i think that for source usage oftentimes the same i know that i have supervisor music editor use the same piece over and over again so i mean in that sense the the music really starts to become what eric sati described as as wallpaper music that he got well it certainly very beautifully rendered in your david i must say it's quite the piece of work it's a beautiful thing to behold into read and it contains all of these multitudes of delight it's unusual sounds hidden history of library music and it's out now on the editions imprint look as on for an accompanying compilation album of the same name later this year david wonderful thanks very much for being on the program my pleasure.

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"david i" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"david i" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Anyway plunked along father five in bear reset up we set up situations where you the people will come into the lab and they'll be working on the computer and it's godawful tasked designed to be got off on the peter's rigged to crash on you and then somebody will come an offer to help you and you'll feel grateful to her them but we also do it with ways that are scalable for people and actually that you could use in real life without my crazy set up and so we found similar results with just having people do gratitude diaries we know five minutes a day take time and reflect on something that you're grateful for any you go out of your way to say gratitude as is not just fueling endebted right so i do great things for temblor all the time maybe he feel some sort of obligation that is not accompanied by any sort of good feeling like fuck now i o p dave yeah no exactly so and how did you tease apart just that feeling of indebtedness from grete true gratitude so yeah it's a good point the i mean what we know there are folks you study indebtedness and in what you see our differences in the indebtedness effects and gratitude effects how do we measure though and really measure to simply to to ask people there is no con of nonverbal marker brainimaging marker that we can do and so not those exactly right into the brain drain of the gratitude area veteran david i urge you to decimate yell at that i'll put it toaster in front of you look part of your brain lights up it's the toaster center.

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"david i" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david i" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Stopped and for me to publicly out that person while concealing my identity and potentially destroy his life his career i think is to be quite honest with you outrageous okay now let me be clear about something um non verbal communication is not clear right so what might seem like cleared non verbal communication to you might not be clear communication four the other party which is why is so incredibly important to verbally communicate that you're not interested which eventually did and immediately after she did that he complied okay so what w were more and i'm going to get those is in a second but one more thing a lot of women have a whether they were frightened or just didn't know what to do they didn't feel comfortable and next thing you know they were having sex not in this case and they had a world sex right and she says that he kept moving her hand down to her genitals is cetera look everybody's been involved in a thousand uncomfortable awkward situations but a lot of women have felt that way and then the sex actually happen and they felt i maybe i should have says somebody mediation i don't know i guess like in that situation and they feel terrible about it so when they see this story they react in a way of like david i've been there and they give mad but it is important so i understand that but it is also important that we be fair to everyone involved in it take every story on its own merits and in this case.

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"david i" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"david i" Discussed on The Locker Room

"David i got fired up they still of are you can't you can't do that in the eu sat back and forgot that his poise her half white lavarra might be half white and his wife is a white woman so this man races not at all does he have a right to have said what he said it's a little charged a little extra but he knew exactly what he was doing pat how do you feel about this you know something i i didn't know you gonna bring that up a boat about your father i'm glad you did because early on i had the same reaction as everybody else let the kid be his own let his lead his play be what speaks loudest right easily you could say that then the more you start to think about lavarra ball i went back immediately just like you did i thought about my older brother who spent years beaten on me okay on the court he was that love our ball and i had a conversation with somebody that said listen we all need somebody who believes we can do things that we don't even believe we can do so it's a dynamic he rose people the wrong way but my older brothers the same way he said that he believed that i could still probably get you know start tomorrow for the golden state warriors third there what will you know anybody especially athletes you do have is confidence you gotta be you have those moments where you do maybe dealt a little bit and every this somebody in your life that's going to push you ahead in if they get no doubt in them about your abilities then you're gonna feel the same way so that's why i'm onboard that i understand one thing it's while branding.

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