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MAC postpones all fall sports, including football; plans on spring season
"Football appears on the brink of possibly postponing the season the mid Atlantic conference cancelling games this fall because of the corona virus here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight a drastic decision a division one college football conference cancelling the fall season over concerns of Covid nineteen the mid American conference postponing kickoff hoping to play in the spring. There are simply too many unknowns for us to put our student athletes in situations that are not clearly understood. I am heartbroken we are in this place all eyes are turning to the major conferences to see if others have described the season the University of Alabama one of college football's most dominant programs hit with a small outbreak forced to cancel its first game. The SEC POWERHOUSE is vowing to kick off the they believe that is Part of the fabric of the State and university and they want to continue to play, they can do so safely crimson tide school leaders argue campus may be the safest place for their athletes. After already during an outbreak of Cova cases, those schools certainly have the financial resources to be able to test at a high rate to be able to protect their players. And Tom Rutgers football program had to shut down some workouts because of a Cobra outbreak as other programs try to nail down plans for season but so much is still changing.
UW model projects US coronavirus death toll could nearly double by December
"The latest on Colvin, 19 as the U. S, faces more than 160,000 deaths and some 4.9 million cases. CBS's Chris Martinez with the latest, a widely used Corona virus model projects, the U. S death toll could reach 300,000 by December. But researchers at the University of Washington say that number could be reduced. If most Americans wore masks were actually of see thatyou could safe, You know more than 65,000 lives in the US through much higher mask use levels. A new Gallup poll finds most Americans say they routinely used masks indoors, but less than half say they wear them outdoors when they can't socially distance. In Georgia, a student at North Paulding High School was suspended for posting a photo showing packed hallways and few students and masks. The suspension was later revoked in California co workers mourn the loss of Mt. Although Iniguez, who died after a month long battle with Corona virus, you're just a good guy. He just loved doing this job as the death toll climbs past the 10,000 mark here in California, the focus is intensifying on finding a vaccine on CBS this morning. Medical contributor Dr David Vegas says a vaccine wouldn't eliminate the virus will In many cases make it's you're not symptomatic in other cases where you would have been hospitalized. You'll just have a bad cold and I'll take that any day of the week to US. Companies started their face three vaccine trials last week.
Cuomo clears New York schools statewide to open, carefully
"Reopen following the Koven 19 quarantine, But it's not that simple. All school districts in the state, including New York City must submit reopening plans to the State Health Department, which will have final say New York's initial 32 page reopening proposal was criticised by the teacher's union and others for a lack of testing and lax safety standards. Fox's David Lee Miller, America is listening to Fox.
The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans
"Of Donald J. Trump. We in the United States have become accustomed to a degree of fabulous. Um I've done more for black Americans than anybody. With the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln, the president, self aggrandizement provides the framework for his alternate reality. We have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900 Deaths in a single day. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality number one low mortality, right? We are being given something I can't recall in my lifetime, a choice of realities. One that is mostly regarded as evidence based and one that you might call faith based that faith being in Mr Trump In either case, you have a sizable cohort to back you up. Truth has been displaced in many quarters by rage and fear. Over the past four months, we've had many opportunities to observe the impact of paranoia. When deployed by a fantasist in the White House in Arizona Man died after taking Clara Quien, his wife said that they heard about it from Trump's briefings. Are you gonna allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Some believe these mask orders go against their freedoms will protect. All right, I will know asked me and I will not pay for antibiotics. Conspiracies of Sena numbers swell on Facebook and doctors warn, if left unchecked, they could undermine an effective vaccine. The death toll from the Corona virus pandemic has surpassed 150,000 in the United States. That's the highest number of fatalities in any nation by far. And accounts for nearly 1/4 of the recorded global. Told immediately after the 2016 election, I spoke with New York ER writer Masha Gessen, who, after having lived long under Vladimir Putin had some advice for anxious Americans trying to navigate the so called new normal. She explained that for the would be authoritarian, the lying is the point that the ability to create a reality flagrantly staring down conspicuous fact. Is a crucial component of building and sustaining power. And last fall boxes, David Roberts noted bluntly, where such a strategy left unchecked, could lead this sort of cultish, increasingly authoritarian movement takes over the country. In Russia and Turkey and Poland. Right's a disturbingly longer and longer list. We see countries that we thought were democracies devolve into this. In the U. S. So much has happened in the last few years that we thought would never happen. I think we should really loosen up our imaginations as to what can happen when a movement that is convinced that everything it knows and loves is in danger of falling apart movements that's thinking like that unconnected anymore to fax or reality. And got its hands on the power of the federal government is the basic recipe for democracy is falling apart. And so last fall on, the media producer Leia Feder reported on one of those places Poland, a young democracy teetering on unstable ground and where it's far right Nationalist government is intent on rewriting the nation's painful history. For almost a decade, Poland has been in the grip of a conspiracy theory what really happened when a plane crashed in a forest in western Russia, killing Poland's president and dozens of other government officials. The plane had been on route to commemorate another Polish tragedy, a massacre that had occurred in the very same location in 1940. 1973 documentary explored the mystery While the German army is advancing from the West, the Soviets crossed Poland's eastern front court in a method of Polish army collapsed, Um, surrendered. The victors, divided the country down the middle and imprisoned every soldier they captured. Russia took a 215,000 Poland officer Corps were never seen alive again. Many. What die near Smolensk, in a forest called catching after decades of opacity and suspicion on investigation in the early nineties, confirmed finally, that it was not Hitler. But Stalin, who had ordered the massacre. And so when, on April 10th 2010 a delegation of 96 Polish politicians and officials traveled from Warsaw to Smolensk. It was in service of remembrance and reconciliation. But what happened instead compounded the national pain. Poland's prime minister burst into tears when he heard the news today that his country's president was killed in a plane crash pilot tried to land in a thick fog at least twice missing the runway. And ignoring the control tower's direction to divert to another city. Not just losing the president of that country. The first lady, the ahead of the army chief of staff, the National Security Office head deputy Parliament speaker, the deputy foreign minister. It was a devastating national tragedy. What's more, the symbolic layering was undeniable. Ah, longstanding tragedy finally solved and a new one appears in its place. And yet, in the immediate moments and days after the crash, there was a kind of common shock. An Applebaum is a journalist and academic beast in Warsaw At the time of the 2010 crash, her husband was minister of foreign affairs in the Polish government, and there was pretty straightforward reporting. About what had happened. What was immediately clear There were people on the ground who saw the crash. So there was a kind of concensus initially about what had happened that it was a terrible Accident and that you know many people of value to the nation had died. But the story started to shift is the investigation into the crash proceeded. Investigators say pilot error was mostly to blame. It became clear that one of the causes of the crash was the fact that the pilots were under pressure to land. The president's delegation had arrived late for the plane. They were running behind schedule as they got closer to smell lens, which was even really an airport. It was a kind of airstrip in the forest. They began to be worried about the fog and the pilots weren't sure they could make the narrow landing. But according to black box recordings, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, head of the opposition party directed the pilots to do it was meant to be the launch of his reelection campaign. So there were cameras there which he knew, and he was very anxious to go under pressure, the pilots tried to make the landing. Instead, they hit a tree, killing all 96 people on board. The president's twin brother, the head of the nationalist right political party in Poland, same parties, the president He didn't like this story. It made the president look bad, more to the point. This is a terrible crash very near to a place where a Nurlita generation of poles were murdered by the Soviet state. Because of that eeriness. People immediately began to speculate that there was actually a different, deeper story that perhaps the Russians caused the crash. Perhaps there was a bomb on the plane. And conspiracy theories began to proliferate online. The president's brother, Nijinsky began openly alluding to them. Kaczynskis Law and Justice Party made unraveling the Smolensk conspiracy. It's key campaign promise once you had bought into their idea that there is a secret conspiracy, possibly involving the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Possibly involving the Russians, and that lots of people high up in the state were implicated in some great big secret plot to kill the president. If you believe that Then you can believe a lot of other things. The point was to get people to believe in a kind of alternative reality to doubt institutions to doubt that the government was telling them the truth, and that was absolutely an attempt to help win an election, But it did more than carve out a new electorate. It created new divides in Polish society. Where one's Polish politics were split between Communists and anti communists around economic policy. Now it was over a vision of history. It was how you see Poland's place in the world. And whether you think secret dark forces air trying to undermine your country and whether you know you need to elect a government of Patriots in order to make sure that doesn't happen. Where you fell on that dividing line affected how you would vote and how you would understand politics for the next several years, And so when line justice one in 2015 it spawned a new kind of power a power based on the willingness to embrace the myth. They fired large numbers of Polish civil servants. Polish members of the foreign service. All kinds of people who work for the government also leaders and board members of state companies and they replaced all of them with people whom they were sure we're loyal. And one element of the loyalty test was belief in this Molinski myth. Smolinski conspiracy implied that there were dark, mysterious forces continuing to try to manipulate and undermine the Polish nation. It also drawn the larger story of a Poland continually attacked by outsiders and the valiant Polish resistance to threats past and present line Justice Road that narrative electoral victory. And then wrote its electoral victory to further consolidation of that narrative in service of Polish nationalism.
The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans
"Election of Donald J. Trump. We in the United States have become accustomed to a degree of fabulous. Um I've done more for black Americans than anybody. With the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln, the president, self aggrandizement provides the framework for his alternate reality. We have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900 Deaths in a single day. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality number one low mortality, right? We are being given something I can't recall in my lifetime, a choice of realities. One that is mostly regarded as evidence based and one that you might call faith based that faith being in Mr Trump In either case, you have a sizable cohort to back you up. Truth has been displaced in many quarters by rage and fear. Over the past four months, we've had many opportunities to observe the impact of paranoia. When deployed by a fantasist in the White House in Arizona Man died after taking Clara Quien, his wife said that they heard about it from Trump's briefings. Are you gonna allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Some believe these mask orders go against their freedoms will protect. All right, I will know asked me and I will not pay for antibiotics. Conspiracies of Sena numbers swell on Facebook and doctors warn, if left unchecked, they could undermine an effective vaccine. The death toll from the Corona virus pandemic has surpassed 150,000 in the United States. That's the highest number of fatalities in any nation by far. And accounts for nearly 1/4 of the recorded global. Told immediately after the 2016 election, I spoke with New York ER writer Masha Gessen, who, after having lived long under Vladimir Putin had some advice for anxious Americans trying to navigate the so called new normal. She explained that for the would be authoritarian, the lying is the point that the ability to create a reality flagrantly staring down conspicuous fact. Is a crucial component of building and sustaining power. And last fall boxes, David Roberts noted bluntly, where such a strategy left unchecked, could lead this sort of cultish, increasingly authoritarian movement takes over the country. In Russia and Turkey and Poland. Right's a disturbingly longer and longer list. We see countries that we thought were democracies devolve into this. In the U. S. So much has happened in the last few years that we thought would never happen. I think we should really loosen up our imaginations as to what can happen when a movement that is convinced that everything it knows and loves is in danger of falling apart movements that's thinking like that unconnected anymore to fax or reality. And got its hands on the power of the federal government is the basic recipe for democracy is falling apart. And so last fall on, the media producer Leia Feder reported on one of those places Poland, a young democracy teetering on unstable ground and where it's far right Nationalist government is intent on rewriting the nation's painful history. For almost a decade, Poland has been in the grip of a conspiracy theory what really happened when a plane crashed in a forest in western Russia, killing Poland's president and dozens of other government officials. The plane had been on route to commemorate another Polish tragedy, a massacre that had occurred in the very same location in 1940. 1973 documentary explored the mystery While the German army is advancing from the West, the Soviets crossed Poland's eastern front court in a method of Polish army collapsed, Um, surrendered. The victors, divided the country down the middle and imprisoned every soldier they captured. Russia took a 215,000 Poland officer Corps were never seen alive again. Many. What die near Smolensk, in a forest called catching after decades of opacity and suspicion on investigation in the early nineties, confirmed finally, that it was not Hitler. But Stalin, who had ordered the massacre. And so when, on April 10th 2010 a delegation of 96 Polish politicians and officials traveled from Warsaw to Smolensk. It was in service of remembrance and reconciliation. But what happened instead compounded the national pain. Poland's prime minister burst into tears when he heard the news today that his country's president was killed in a plane crash pilot tried to land in a thick fog at least twice missing the runway. And ignoring the control tower's direction to divert to another city. Not just losing the president of that country. The first lady, the ahead of the army chief of staff, the National Security Office head deputy Parliament speaker, the deputy foreign minister. It was a devastating national tragedy. What's more, the symbolic layering was undeniable. Ah, longstanding tragedy finally solved and a new one appears in its place. And yet, in the immediate moments and days after the crash, there was a kind of common shock. An Applebaum is a journalist and academic beast in Warsaw At the time of the 2010 crash, her husband was minister of foreign affairs in the Polish government, and there was pretty straightforward reporting. About what had happened. What was immediately clear There were people on the ground who saw the crash. So there was a kind of concensus initially about what had happened that it was a terrible Accident and that you know many people of value to the nation had died. But the story started to shift is the investigation into the crash proceeded. Investigators say pilot error was mostly to blame. It became clear that one of the causes of the crash was the fact that the pilots were under pressure to land. The president's delegation had arrived late for the plane. They were running behind schedule as they got closer to smell lens, which was even really an airport. It was a kind of airstrip in the forest. They began to be worried about the fog and the pilots weren't sure they could make the narrow landing. But according to black box recordings, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, head of the opposition party directed the pilots to do it was meant to be the launch of his reelection campaign. So there were cameras there which he knew, and he was very anxious to go under pressure, the pilots tried to make the landing. Instead, they hit a tree, killing all 96 people on board. The president's twin brother, the head of the nationalist right political party in Poland, same parties, the president He didn't like this story. It made the president look bad, more to the point. This is a terrible crash very near to a place where a Nurlita generation of poles were murdered by the Soviet state. Because of that eeriness. People immediately began to speculate that there was actually a different, deeper story that perhaps the Russians caused the crash. Perhaps there was a bomb on the plane. And conspiracy theories began to proliferate online. The president's brother, Nijinsky began openly alluding to them. Kaczynskis Law and Justice Party made unraveling the Smolensk conspiracy. It's key campaign promise once you had bought into their idea that there is a secret conspiracy, possibly involving the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Possibly involving the Russians, and that lots of people high up in the state were implicated in some great big secret plot to kill the president. If you believe that Then you can believe a lot of other things. The point was to get people to believe in a kind of alternative reality to doubt institutions to doubt that the government was telling them the truth, and that was absolutely an attempt to help win an election, But it did more than carve out a new electorate. It created new divides in Polish society. Where one's Polish politics were split between Communists and anti communists around economic policy. Now it was over a vision of history. It was how you see Poland's place in the world. And whether you think secret dark forces air trying to undermine your country and whether you know you need to elect a government of Patriots in order to make sure that doesn't happen. Where you fell on that dividing line affected how you would vote and how you would understand politics for the next several years, And so when line justice one in 2015 it spawned a new kind of power a power based on the willingness to embrace the myth. They fired large numbers of Polish civil servants. Polish members of the foreign service. All kinds of people who work for the government also leaders and board members of state companies and they replaced all of them with people whom they were sure we're loyal. And one element of the loyalty test was belief in this Molinski myth. Smolinski conspiracy implied that there were dark, mysterious forces continuing to try to manipulate and undermine the Polish nation. It also drawn the larger story of a Poland continually attacked by outsiders and the valiant Polish resistance to threats past and present line Justice Road that narrative electoral victory. And then wrote its electoral victory to further consolidation of that narrative in service of Polish nationalism.
"What's up everybody is you and skipping meals David Hatfield joining this week is Tina mini everybody just Davis. Scoop and friend and SAM clayborn. We've got a great show for you this week we're going to talk about. The crazy crazy crazy deal about spiderman being exclusive to playstation. In Marvel's AVENGERS WE'RE GONNA flip through the August nineteen ninety issue of video games and computer. Entertainment. But I. Really all you need to know right now is that spunky to is finally finally coming out, September fifteenth just over month away I couldn't be more excited listeners and my friends on the show have long long heard me talk about how much I love love love spunky. Maybe my favorite game of all time cheese maybe I don't know why does it need sequel? Doesn't necessarily need one, but the like I, I. You know spunky. So brilliant and they've spent so much time making the sequel like I'm really excited to see you know how do you with with this one and what? During their, how deep they're going to get maybe they'll go so that they a lava world. You, what do you want different in this game? Necessarily different but I mean just play spunky I can't believe. We're still talking about this. You don't want the game he don't own a to do extra. This is the problem is that people like you demand sequels and they should be made everything was fine. I was I was never demanding a sequel I've been excited for the sequel though it was announced we've had to edit these episodes several times to remove your demands they're getting increasingly. Violent. My demand for this game increases. If you're if you're an Egyptian prime subscriber, you dame, it's eighteen minute weekly rant on spunky to yeah they go to edit editor. Yup you can download them. Eric while you're excited for this game looks like it has more digging. Know. It's all about systems. Interacting with each other in in unexpected surprising things on your quest to reach the end of the game. So I'm just excited for all the new stuff that they're going to add to the game. Off many many different ways to unexpectedly die during a I love spunky and. I was just joking about all that before I think the cool thing about spunky is the thing I like about Mario Brothers Games where it's like. So focused on secret stuff and as people discovered all the secrets. That that probably alone gave me hope that this game would just be like just full of like crazy cool Meta difficult things to accomplish. That that's why I needed a sequel, you catch all the seeking discover all the secrets you need more secrets. To. Shoot up date. They're like we added a bunch of secret stuff. That's the patch notes like that's the patch. This passes a secret. Good candidate for guides him. It is it is although it's kind of a it's really hard to write guides for Rogue Lakes because I'm you can kind of like classify like eventually with speeding this game became really interesting spunky because. You know there was like a type of orientation of the first level that like made sense to not restart on I think. That's really cool. Right. People basically start breaking the game to figure that stuff out but otherwise, you just gotta be like. You might see a snake. Not If. You know there's there's like a shortcuts to people could take that are built into the game that aren't yet I don't break the game. Yeah. You can tell people never to pick up certain weapons and stuff like that I. Think there is a There's an element to that type of strategy guide writing, which is interesting because there's there's a there's a public out there that I know people don't don't expect this. But it's true that just read from start to finish a game skied while they play it and I did that when I when I was a kid rock Tynan skied and didn't lessen my enjoyment of the Game I. Love The indepth page by page look at all the stuff in this game aspect that guy and people like that. So that's different from like a spunky guide readers like here's some tips. Good luck. And then apparently also. The Sony State of play today it was announced at Alan wake is coming to control DLC. Correct, but we don't have more information than that. Yeah. Honestly. I had like a I haven't been able to watch state of play in its entirety myself, but it was narrated to be my friendly gears. He makes an appearance and it has been long speculated that the DNC in meant in question would be across over with Alan. Wake. So this kind of confirms it but apparently, the trailer did not divulge much more about like. Easter kind of character or is this going to be like a playable character or villain may be and I? I guess I didn't catch this while I was playing control but I suppose or maybe I don't remember but I suppose we're a lot of references to a writer. So that's why we're the relations coming
TikTok threatens legal action against Trump US ban
"Issued and kids executive are doing D orders I late y last nasal night swabs banning twice Tic Tac's a week parent company from doing to business answer in some the U. of the S mysteries corresponding. about the Corona We Judge virus. Jang They're enrolled from the White House in this band's experiment quote Any investigating transaction how kids with the are infected. apse, Chinese Now many parent have symptoms company, Bright and how Dance, likely and they we'll go are into to effect spread in 45 Cove. It days, Dr. But David Tic Tac Kimberlin is fighting is a pediatrics back professor in a new at the statement University this of morning. Alabama They say they'll Birmingham. make sure Its the rule peculiar of the law because it's is arrest followed virus if not and generally, by the Children administration. are more severely Then by affected the U. S. by respiratory Courts viruses. the administration accuses But for some by reason, this one seems to affect Children less And so is the
Dowels Per Inch
"So you broken network cable that was in the ground Oh yeah. Is that right? Is it a cat cat sixty think for the regular incidents Jason Hansen it'd be mad at me. Jason. Helped me in solace. Up a half ago, we took a cable he was at one of the classes and his don't be this leading that destroyed one from the house he went looked in house and he said Oh all you need is a four hundred foot burial cable. You know woman a little bit more checks on the outside or tougher thing. So we went from the House across the yard about four hundred feet into the new. Black Barn. And today the guys who are doing the driveway. Because, he came up and he said you can say I just broke a cable. He wasn't took a little black wire as thaw. which is it's not a big deal but I have two laser stuff in a few hours. So I have to splice so that I could I'm GonNa have just figure how to connect my computer directly to the laser. Laser unit. The full spectrum laser so I'll figure it all out. So I just have a spicing kit somewhere I could spice it and buried again it's just a you know it's one of those things where you think like you plan your day your mind I'll have to this that a have to find this the whole package splicing equipment, which I haven't seen since a year and a half a mile and a half six this. Thing. They're widening my drive land on the barn, the my local landscaping guys, and he's walking the dog at eight o'clock to call me over his wire carpets out anything important. Stick it out of the ground to five foot pieces. Ten, feet apart like That's my laser job in four hours. Anyway it's. It's not it could have been a lot worse. It's you know these things whenever these guys dig a funny thing was once got tremendous trench to the electric from the street. They had to put three-phase cable from the street all the way to the barn and Derek from Maldon came over one day and he's like looking in the hall and he goes you know you guys cut a phone line didn't don't Cha we did. When he point he pulled in the hall had been dug for like a month I didn't even notice city because that's what he does for a living. In look look and it was a cable like about as thick as my wrist with about twenty thousand wires in it. Ripped right. Open idol even looking at it from one angle ciders thought it was a water of black water hose which water was coming out of it gets its abandoned but if you look at it from the other direction is like. Ten thousand wires hanging out of the, but they will cut very cleanly. And he goes how long ago did you cut this? They broke it about ten days ago he does no one's come to bobby nope because then it must be abandoned. Because usually when these things break, they know right away. Oh yeah and. Because there was a it was his is the bucket. So one half of the why was ripped out of the wall and laying face into the mud so I just thought it was a hollow black water to. And the other one was sticking out from the angle. You couldn't feel the wires anyway. And then about ten feet away in the trees have grown into one of the trees is A. Porcelain. Placard from. Bell telephone. And it's grown into it's gotta be from like the fifties on in the forties because half engulfed in the tree in his bell telephone. So that must be and then when we dug up a French drain by the Barn. By the other by the machine shop, which is about four hundred feet away they found the same cable. So it runs diagonally through my property right under every single holy Dick So. It's abandoned but the little tiny Internet cable, which is about as thick as a pencils broken and I'm gonNA figure six after we get off. labile learn something new. Yeah, it's a pain in the butt though a strip does tiny little wires and well, I'm Gonna I'm GonNa. Try need twice I gotTA. Yeah I'M GONNA try to do a connector connector connecting connector. You know. A peace in the middle, and then just cover covered with like six pounds of lactate and put it back on the ground. Everyone's passionate. Everyone's punching this computers for now. It's not gonNA work. That's what people do. That's fun. Anyway other than that. What are you up to? What have I been up to whip building trailers didn't put a movie out last week as building trailers. We're building eight bullet Bourbon trailers that are going to go to Texas in the last ones I built over probably few weeks maybe four weeks four to five weeks considering the prototype. Now, this eight I started last Thursday now it's almost one week later and they're just about there about seventy five percents done. WHO's still out to do the doors for build bumpers but with a team here, the team that I got helped me out is incredible everything's moving along swiftly. And, we'll make tires. Sixteen fake tires at a plywood. In every single tired uses up just about one full sheet of plywood. And takes thirty minutes to cut because there's I didn't count this probably sixty pieces that I cut out like little arcs of circles we connect them together. To make related them together like a like A. Layer cake then six layers apply what makes up one tire. When fake tire everyone's like why don't you just buy tires because that means that I have to buy tires with Rennes connect the rims to something that's both if I keep it all would I could just nail screw everything. And if I do the cost analysis, it's probably the same amount of money to buy the plywood and take the time to put it together. But I don't have the the ability to just nail in screw I have to Baltin get involved all the Have to down the rabbit hole of using the trailer equipments connect tires as opposed to just using screws announced nothing has to turn so it doesn't matter.
Trump signs order to bar transactions with TikTok's parent company
"President Trump has signed an executive order banning any US transactions with the parent companies of two off the biggest Chinese social media APS. Restrictions on by dawn's owner off a hugely popular video sharing APP, TIC TAC and 10 cent the parent company off the messaging service, which had come into force in 45 days time, The president said it was to protect US National security. Where's David Willis? The executive order is maintained that TIC tac and we chat constitute a threat both to the economy on the national security of the United States and accused the owners of collecting personal information which could be used either for corporate espionage or blackmail purposes or to track the location of U. S government workers or contractors. The U. S computer giant. Microsoft has expressed interest in acquiring Tic Tac's business here on Microsoft now has 45 days in which to complete the purchase.
Los Angeles, New York City implement measures to prevent spread of COVID-19
"America's two largest cities tonight, cracking down to prevent any additional cove nineteenth spread. Los Angeles Police shutting down this wedding Wednesday night and targeting house parties like this hundreds of revellers few masks and no social distancing insight and starting tomorrow they're cutting off utilities by turning off that power shutting down that water. We feel we can close these places down and New York City setting up random quarantine checkpoints stopping cars at key entry sites including here on staten. Island, even warning travelers at Penn station it has to become clear that this is serious business and it comes with consequences travelers entering New York from thirty four states plus Puerto Rico must quarantine for fourteen days. And New York City officials say they've already fifty cars with one hundred percent compliance violators may face some big fines we're talking about up to ten thousand
Pence knocks chief justice as a "disappointment to conservatives"
"Network CBN Vice President Mike Pence, taking aim at the chief justice of the United States. John Roberts, appointed by the way by President George W. Bush, back in 2000. And five vice president Pence, pointing out a number of cases in which the chief justice sided with the court's liberal appointees in a number of majority decisions, hears that exchange with CBN's David
David Archer previews the Atlanta Falcons
"The Atlanta Falcons will do so with a former Falcons quarterback. Now he is their longtime color analysts on the radio network for Atlanta. And that is David Archer. David Hope all is. Well. Thanks for doing this. When we look at the Falcons, they made a big offseason acquisition getting Todd Gurley We don't know where the health is of Todd Gurley. What do you expect at a Todd Gurley coming over from l. A to Atlanta for this upcoming season? Well, be honest with you. I think we're expecting a lot of early and mainly in the Red zone. If you look at Todd Gurley's numbers, even with with so called quote unquote down near Around 900 yards rushing, still had 12 touchdowns. All 12 of those touchdowns came in the red Zone, and I think that Atlanta if they could find a way to run the football down close Help three up the talented weapons that Ryan has on the perimeter. Now, listen, you have a little bit more of a potent attack a little bit more looking a little bit more like what? You looked like a 16 when Avante Freeman and Tevin Coleman. We're carrying the ball down there close and created that problem in the run game. Atlanta has not had that over the last couple of seasons. I think that's where they expect Todd Gurley to make his main hey is down there in the red Zone. With the way that you probably have to manage his reps as a running back the rest of the running back room. Is there something that jumps out to you? Yeah, I think it's a good group. Really Do I think that when you look at Brian, Ill in the way, Brian Gillis Kamani together that Hawkins drafted a couple of years ago, Brian Handsome solid moments a year ago. Quadri Allyson. Kid at Pittsburgh rookie from a year ago. Uh, kind of woke himself. A little bit of a roll is a short yardage guy. Â£225 Goal line Guy, four touchdowns. Hopefully, you know, Smith can come back. He was injured in the game a year ago. I believe against the Rams in which he was trying to pick up a Blitzer, which he shouldn't be here should be doing, but he is an outstanding receiver out of the backfield. And a good change of pace back at the back, So they get to three young guys that I think you could lean on. And like you said, Take some of that. Load off. Assad, Girl. Let's get to the next down. And when we do so, we take a look at Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. The two big names in that organization. Do you still believe that this team could be a play off team once again with Matt Ryan and Julio Jones? I do, but it's you know, obviously, it's about you know your supporting cast and you do some things on the other side of the ball, and I'm sure there's a question you've got to worry about the defense's side the football, But there there's a little area in the offensive line. The left guard has been a little bit leaky, right guard's been a little bit leaky because of some injuries and things that they could shore up that into your part of the offensive line. Ryan's Like most classic quarterbacks climb in the pocket. They got to be able to give him that opportunity. Do so if you get into your pressure and accurate from problems, one game will help in that regard, but Yeah. Julio Jones, 16 seconds, 1300 yard seasons. Matt Ryan, nine consecutive 4000 yard seasons. I don't see the one those guys backing off. When you talk about that offensive line to follow up on that I'm a big fan of Matt Hennessy. Being a temple grad, really smart football player puts in a lot of work. Is he going to make an immediate impact in your number one? Yeah, There's always a question that he's certainly in the mix to be the starting guard. There's no question about that. I think that there's ah lot excitement around when he brings the table and and obviously the heir apparent, Alex Mack, probably its center. So Alex back in a little bit longer to still have a good football any But I need to put some guys around him that Khun taken, it could be in there and we had German Brown and James Carpenter guys that could not stay on the field. There was some solid moments from those two big veteran players, but they did not stay on the field and consistency. In the interior specialist that left guard spotted Kennedy ultimately will probably win that job and be the starter that guard let's get to the next down. All right, David Archer. When they flip the switch here and go to the other side of the ball defensively, it was an up and down year for the defense, but it seemed like they did finish in a better spot than what they did earlier on in the season. You could probably say that for the entire team with the Atlanta Falcons this division. Is loaded with offensive talent. You know what the Saints are. Now you have Tom Brady and the division with Tampa Bay, and I'll be curious to see what Teddy Bridgewater does with the Panthers. What's your read on the Falcons defense entering 2020 Well, it's an uncertain situation obviously went on God. Dante Fowler, Dad's pressure off the edge contact. McKinley realized what they thought they had when they drafted him a couple of years and the number one spot picked up Charles Haley, who, ironically, was in the same draft. And raided a route the same attack McKinley are Charles Harris. I'm sorry. Charles. Charles Charles Haley. Right way. I'd like to have the guy that was rushing the pastor there for both the Cowboys in the 40 Niners. That would be great, but Harris. He does have some raw talent there. Can't he realize that I'm the Falcon Tutelage will have to wait and see Grady dear. It's an emerging star in the tackle position and Marlon Davidson, Vienna and an interesting ad, a guy that has the versatility to play inside. Maybe in past situations and also play the perimeter as a 34 defensive didn't run down situations. The answer at all Burn second round draft pick of the fact that they think they've upgraded their defensive line. It'll have to be upgraded because you get extremely young secondary. Probably gonna have a rookie a corner starting your nickels, a second year guy in your other corners of third year, guys, So there's a lot of young players on the perimeter need to get some pass rush speed up the thought process for the quarterback. Let's get to the final down. Alright. I'm surprised that Dan Quinn is Bacca's the head football coach for the Lancer Falcons. What does he have to do this year to keep his job and Is that seats the warm because, like I said, I was surprised that they brought him back for this year. It is warm. I think that it's fortunate they brought him back because of the current situation with the pandemic and the uncertainties, so some continuity certainly has played into Atlanta Falcons off season. I think they've had a solid offseason, much as you can, with the limitations. They're attached to this year, So I think that it was good in retrospect that, uh, Mr Black decided to keep Dan Quint on, but I think he's got there. They've got a bit pushed for a playoff spot. I think they've got to be. They can't come out of the box one in seven. It's got to be a team. It's in the hunt of the entire way. As you said, it's going to be outstanding division with outstanding quarterback play, but they have to be in the hunt to be a part of the postseason play. If they do that. And I think the fans will be a little bit of stab on the wound for the fans. But if you get out to a slow start, it would not surprise me. If if Mr Blank made some kind of decision mid season on coach Boy and I think, coach when is the right guy for the job Now it's put up or shut up. He scored a touchdown will go for two here Oscar. One more question This team was 11 5 We all know the deal they were in the Super Bowl blew the 28 23 lead. The next year, they did go 10 and six, the last two years. It's seven and nine. If you had to identify the biggest reason why this team has regressed, and I know they've had some injuries to but overall if it's not the health of the team, what's the biggest thing that you look at? Why this team wasn't able to recreate that magic from 2016 and 2017? I think their inconsistency ball on both sides of the football in conversion, down situations and in the red zone. I think Atlanta's done a great job of moving the ball from 20 to 20 But when they get in the red zone, they bogged down and settle for too many threes. And I think in turn the defense's side of the football. What about 22 23 scoring defense coming up 25 points a game. They've got to find a way to get more stops in the red zone. That's probably the answer that you could probably get from all teams struggled and not made the playoff teams, but I certainly think That that's identifiable with the Falcons over the last couple years, the inability down deep in the red Zone both on offensive defense, Julio Jones, he's Ah Hall of Fame player. We all know that one of the better wide receivers in the league He's only had one year of double digit touchdowns, going back to 2012 when he had 10 TUC maybe 10 touchdowns in his fortunes this year. Well, I think he's certainly capable of it. But you got an outstanding receiver on the other side of Calvin Ridley, who's realized his abilities down in the red Zone Pretty close. I think Aidan hearse is going to be a seamless transition from Austin Hooper tight end spot So there are a lot of weapons from that Ryan to get the football too. Don't forget Todd Gurley and how good he is at the back catching the football as well. So I I would say no, I think he's going to be 89 touchdowns. I don't think he goes double digits, but I think there's a lot of guys around him. They're going to score touchdowns. Look for guys somewhere between 13 14 guys catch touchdown passes issue. Say that we appreciate it. Thanks so much. You be well, my
A Song For Peace
"This is the story of a song that is in a way the story of this country in the spring of Nineteen, sixty-nine at a sidewalk cafe on Richmond Street tucked in from the corner of Dizengoff. Street in Tel Aviv a twenty four year old poet named Yakov or Janka wrote Blit met a twenty five year old musician and arranger named yet year Rosenbloom and the two men became friends the cafe was called California and the. Place, itself said something about the people who made a habit of spending their days especially, their long nights there. The first thing to know about Cafe California is what it wasn't just one hundred and twenty five meters up Dizengoff was a legendary Bohemian cafe called carseat. It had been in operation since nineteen, thirty five, and since then it was the place where you can find some of Jewish palestines and then Israel's greatest poets and writers. On Alterman and Lebron's Sean Ski. Lay. Goldberg. Alexander Penn great writers who had been young and who grew old drinking coffee in the afternoon and vodka in Iraq at night at the simple spare tables of cassette alongside these luminaries in the nineteen sixties. New Generation staked claims at the table, the actor or. The singer Oregon Stein the architect Yaakov wreck there and many others cafe California was not seat from its vantage half of long block away even the young people at seat where old carseat was yesterday's Bohemia California was today's Cafe California was founded in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine by a man named Ab Netanyahu who was only thirty two. Then that had lived a good deal of life. Netanyahu was born in nineteen twenty seven in the southwest corner of what is now Iran in a place called Abedin on the Persian Gulf just. Across the border from Bosra not far from Kuwait at six he was sent to board at Saint. Mary's a Jesuit School in Mumbai where you had an aunt, his parents abandoned. Persia. For India when he was twelve at sixteen and Nineteen, forty three, he lied about his age and joined the Royal Indo British Air Force in time after he trained to watch the Second World War wind down at twenty one he came to fight in Israel's war of independence and never left taking a job as an El Al pilot when he was decommissioned. It was with a few restless L. Buddies that Netanyahu opened cafe. California soon, it was filled with the city's young wannabe writers, directors and poets the people most eager to knock from their sinecures the city's old writers, directors, and poets who argued and held forth at carseat. Ab Thanh was a magnet for Bohemians and he came alive when he was with Bohemians, their company produced in him at once a sense of satisfaction. He had found his people but also a sense of restlessness eighty, nine ton was in constant search of his next Gig in nineteen sixty five he ran for Knesset advice of a friend who worked in PR he pledged that if he was elected, he would fly to Egypt to meet with General Nasser to seek peace after he failed to win a seat in parliament, he anyway bought a nineteen twenty seven steer. Men by playing that, he named piece one on February twenty, eighth nineteen, sixty six, he took off and flying low to avoid Israeli radars he landed in Port Saieed the Egyptians sent him back the next day Nassar had refused to see him back home a retired David Ben Gurion told reporters that not tons trip was an event of moral and political importance and quote pope. Pious gave him a medal of peace and Robert Kennedy and Bertrand Russell sought out his company not much later the notion took hold of Natanz, that music held the key to altering. Israeli. In the summer of Nineteen Sixty Nine AB NATANZ bought a Dutch cargo ship named MVP SEATO MVP stands for motor vessel and he rechristened it the MVP piece from Holland he sailed to New York to raise money and set up a shipboard radio station. His plan was to anchor in the Mediterranean outside territorial waters of Egypt and Israel and broadcast songs of peace that might open the minds of Israelis any. Alike his sojourn to New York stretched biblically three years would pass before he returned with ship in good repair with mixers, turntables, ABC cartridge machines, reel to reel tape machines, and fifty kilowatt transmitter to help not on- by what he needed John. Lennon. And Yoko Ono signed hundreds of posters of the two of them in bed in Amsterdam their famous bet in which not on sold to raise money for audio equipment. John Lennon also offered not time yet. Rolls. Royce grads to sell at auction, but the practical impediments of shipping the grand car stymied the business, the carpenters, Johnny Mathis and other musicians recorded for non promotional clips in praise of peace. Not an idea was that new music might open minds in Israel Egypt. The station eventually began to broadcast in nineteen seventy-three as the voice of peace
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, and rock and roll. And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. And I'm endlessly grateful. That we came of age in a place time like that. And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
Mine is all gone
"A and welcome in is with shall episode of some and smokes where everything good and wife is worth discussing I'm your house made man Bob and joining me for this episode is Made Man Brent. Thanks I didn't realize it quick shot meant that we were going to be short episode. Not Drink these really quick house too late now so that it had a different meeting. Entirely we have went. We have women at supplies. Mansell's out. And Good Ole boy justin it can morning by. Well, today we're going to discussing some recent limited releases from the folks that locks go. We have the stone two thousand and nineteen women at addition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, and we have the what's Road Distiller as double barrel, Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Whiskey, and this episode sip sudden smokes is sponsored in part by the or whiskey society to find out more about the society in their events, you can visit them at. F.. T. l.. Ws Dot. com. And we've reviewed quite a whiskies from the folks that go yellowstone over the years But what's have Justin gives a little background about them just to refresh your memory. So let's go began in nineteen, fifty eight when Paul a Lux and David. Sherman. Senior created the David Sherman Corporation as private. Label bottler. Serving the needs of distributors, wholesalers and retailers starting out with one brand in nineteen sixty have steadily grown portfolio to include vodka rum gin occurs more importantly whiskey whiskey. Latin. Clean Windows. Get. In two thousand, six, they changed their name to Lex goes attributed to the founder pollock's. The company's one hundred percent family owned to this day. A few years ago. lesko bought a fifty percent stake in the limestone branch. Still Ary last year, they completed construction of their own thirty, five million dollar distillery in Bardstown. Kentucky. Named the Lux road distillery, it's really pretty distillery of your embarked. Sounded should. Definitely. A swing by I gotta try the. I. Haven't been to yet. So I went there when they were building it and we got the walk around through the construction site, and then just recently I got to stop in and it's been. Probably, ear and year, plus since I was there. So it's all finished and landscape and everything really really Nice Oh. Maybe. Why don't we have Brent, tell us about the first whisky thinks the first one we're going to be trying out is the yellowstone two thousand Nineteen Limited Edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, this is. Yeah one, hundred, one, proof, Fifty, point, five, percent, AB, nine age stayed they they say this has got a suggested retail price around one hundred dollars for seven, hundred, fifty milliliter bottle. So Steve, beam his brother Paul? Being opened up limestone branches story in. Two. Thousand Eleven With the goal of create crafting the finest whisky in small batches with the history of is still on both sides of their family beaming Dant, the brothers are seventh generation distillers in two, thousand, fifteen, they brought the yellowstone brand back to the family. It's A, it's A. Real Alec, and a lot at that story because it's it's the exact antithesis of every big corporate distillery. Ever go to. It's a little place. The first time I went there the first I walked in and. There's a dog land next to the still who's looking at me like, what do you want? It's just so laid back. They were. You know they've expanded now considerably, but still it's You know it's it's a family run operation and it's If you're if you're up in, Kentucky definitely give swing by the tour guide is worth a visit us even. As. He's he's he is awesome. Let me tell you that guy is golden. There's very few tour guides that are really worth visit and he's one of the. Absolutely, but yeah, really cool place and they keep growing and we were up there doing barrel back. They're coming out with some really nice stuff. So. What did you say? Oh, actually. I did have a little bit information. Rumor has it that this is a blend of nine and twelve year old barrels.
Coins and Cash: Shortages, Hoardings, and Threats
"Walking money for the rest of us. This is a personal finance show on money how it works how to invest it, and how to live without worrying about it. I'm your host David Stein today's episode three, Zero Eight. It's titled Cash Coins. shortages. Forty and threats. Weeks ago, my daughter and I were at a bakery buying a couple of loaves of bread. We didn't have the exact change and they didn't have the coins to make chain. So they rounded down, we got a small discount. This week I was going through the McDonald's drive through, and there was a sign that said due to treasury shortage of coins, use credit or debit cards. Round up to the nearest dollar, donate the different to Ronald McDonald house charities or use exact change on cash transactions. There is a coin shortage in the US right now. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell told Congress last month. What happened is that with the partial closure of the economy, the flow of coins through the economy, it has gotten all. It's kind of stopped. We've been aware of it. We're working with the meant to increase supply while working with the reserve banks to get this apply to where it needs to be. The Agency of the US Treasury responsible for minting coins is the US. Meant it was established in seventeen ninety two by Congress when it passed the coinage Jack and it chose Philadelphia as the site of the I meant. Now, the US mint operates production facilities in Philadelphia, San, Francisco Denver, and West Point. Every two years, Congress requires US Treasury to give a report on the US mint its budget and its cost to produce its coins. In twenty twenty, the US meant projected that it would produce fourteen billion circulating coins. Including eight and a half billion pennies. One point, three, billion Nichols two point, four, billion times. One Point, eight, billion quarters. Now. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the US mint cut back production of circulating coins in March and April. Year to date through July, they had produced eight point, two, billion coins. They said, they were back up to full capacity by mid. June anticipate producing one point six, five, billion coins per month. That would equate eighteen point, one, billion coins. But here's the thing about circulating coins in the US and other countries. The meant only contributes a relatively small percentage of the new circulating coins each year twenty, nineteen, it was seventeen percent. New. Coins. Going into the supply chain? The remainder came from third party coin processors are recyclers as individuals by things they get back and there are machines where you can put your spare change and it will sort it and this recirculating process. Make sure there is a sufficient supply of coins that has broken down. A couple of weeks ago, meant issued a bulletin, which said, we ask that the American. Public start spending their coins, depositing them or exchanging them for currency at financial institutions or taking them to a coin reduction kiosk. The coin supply problem can be solved with each of us doing our part. This isn't the first time that there has been a coin shortage. There was one in the early nineteen sixties in the US.
Motherhood in a Pandemic with Tanya Moodie
"Tennis about your family my mom and Dad. Both. In Ottawa in Canada, that's where I was boon. and my step dad as well. He's glorious. He's been my mom now for like thirty years. So he's very much a family and and then my brothers in Toronto he's an actress well, producer director and a creator and his what's in my brother's named Andrew and his wife's name is Tanna spelt the same way wow. So are they to ten meetings? There are two Chinese, and my partner's name is Andrew. Hang on. Boo. Hello. About two nieces over there in Toronto and then so my family here I've got a twelve year old girl named willow. And that's it. Excellent. Your twelve yard is just started year seven. Finishing. Because you've, you've got one on the way. Yes. I have just got a daughter in your six and we just had like the zoom. Deputy head. Of School and so we are just entering the kind of whole mine change. Our Periods come. Online David. It's really. Out of biggest the yeah I am too bracing myself because all the whole thing like she's been fairly hippie south London local primary school. Uniforms and all sorts of serious. Big. Thing. How's your first year being I mean it's been weird obviously and yes in a cupboard but. I have to say I'm one of the lucky parents in that. If she was a younger, I would have had to be dealing with homeschooling in an active way what I mean six actually the curriculum in your six is very hard for them. Obviously, it's straightforward because led up to it but if you're going to ask I mean I can't even do kind of long division. Wants me to help with something and I'm like. Well this is how I did today in nineteen. Seventy. Spending. Here's a calculator. By hand. And then it would have had to be way more hands on. Whereas the seven will I have found? It could just be a terrible ma'am. I do admit that. It could just be because I'm a very bad person but I basically done nothing. That sounds Dreamy I've done nothing. She's been in her room. Doing actual classes they have to sign in on zoom every morning at eight thirty, eight, forty, five. Yeah they do the full schedule of classes on say wow. And she has breaks they even do pe. She's got two room. She got my Yoga Mat. She's the whole Shebang but from home. And we still have the report cards and everything. So she's kept up. Wow and I just stood back and you can just like stop smoking the garden having been. Doing. I kissing by the garden shared. A room like she's. If you tips for the transition surviving the transition well I think I had to make sure I didn't get. Involved or helicopter around her social life because for me when I realized, it was that the most important thing is that socially she feels anchored. Yeah. All this concern about. This class that class her grades teaching did it, and actually at that stage is entirely secondary. It's about her making friends because that's the only thing for my daughter that she was concerned about. Her nerves came from. Will I make any friends because you didn't know anybody at hunters to to you know what I mean. And so I got on board with her to just focus on that and not be don't talk about. Other stuff. Parents would that we would get on the kiss in a twist about. The sleepless night. Yeah it's my business. So she'd be like, Oh, I want make Koshi. Will up he? Didn't. Give, confidence in the of the first day meeting and she went to school in the first week with a stinking cold. So she was a bit kind of glassy-eyed anyway she's patient zero. I think. It's nice. To know where we'd have. Yeah. So actually that was a bit of it ended up being a bit of an openness to meet some people could be sputtering away and go to are you? Okay she went no, I'm dying apparently made them laugh. You Bronte sisters.
Of a Certain Age, with Jim Metzendorf
"L. Everyone. This is David sparks joined by my pal and yours Mr Stephen Hackett how's it going Stephen? It's good David it is. It is good. I have to say. That, our guest today really has on my toes. which will get reasons of like it's kind of like when you show up at work like the boss's boss's they're like and you feel like you can't goof off her do anything I'm going to be on my best behavior is what I'm saying that. Well, you know, well, why don't we just welcome to the show Jim Medicine Dorf Jim Nice to have you on the Mac power users summer of fun. The. Show it was so great hanging out with you guys last month that DUB DUB and San Jose. Wrong universe. Hey, guys, thanks for having me I. appreciate it. So for those who who may not know I, need to give a little back story to. With Jim a lot of you probably know Jim he's part of the sort of apple audio community online but when I came on the show now what a year and a half ago I over the editing that was kind of one of the one of my. Sticking points today was like I'll do it but I when I went the edit and I edited it for quite a long time and over time needed to hand it off to somebody else and. Jim is that somebody else will get into this but Jim at, it's a lot of podcast including a lot on relay FM and I'll tell you honestly we didn't get a single comment the week you took over because you are you're better editor than I am first of all, but it was so seamless and you're so good to work with and. That's all great. But you're also like this big MAC nurse we're GONNA get into that today. So that's when I say. I'm on my toes. So I take notes during the show via maybe places where we talk over each other we need to fix something and now gyms just here he here's all that anyways because he edits the show but now he's going to hear them in real time just how bad we are at the sometimes. Yeah. Jim. Is The all hearing ear of the relay network and I was joking with him earlier because when we record the show and I make a mistake, I can't help myself I say sorry Jim every time and we write it down. So there's probably a super cut of MEESANE. Sorry Jam like fifteen minutes long if you put it all together but the other thing that's where it is Jim here's all our shows before they released. So sometimes Jemele text me about something that happened on focus and say how's that going Wait anyway. But Jim is a pro audio engineer and Mac Nerd we talk about audio workflows and video workflows. Today Jim also has some of the things that he does a lot He's got a small business and we're GONNA, talk about that and he's a musician and we Jim and I got on the phone yesterday and we kind of worked out all of our jazz talk. So we knew ca Stephen is going to. Go crazy if I spend the whole episode talking about it but but Jim uses APPs and technology for some of his music too. So we got a lot to cover today. Jim, are you ready strapped in for this? I'm ready. Let's do it. All right. Well, give us a little background Jim, how did you get all this knowledge and get to where you right now? Oh my gosh. Well, I. The first thing to say is I'm. A person of a certain age I'm forty five to be exact. So wait wait wait. person of age. Forty five. Yeah. I used to catch myself doing that I'm not that old why? Why are we doing this to ourselves Jim? You're good. It works for some of us. Just remember what Indiana Jones says though it's not the years it's the mileage. Yeah exactly. So you know I say I'm forty five because I have been using the MAC for an awful long time. Now, at this point I got my first machine in Nineteen ninety-four. Was a quadra eight, forty, eight V. I'll try to go through the the life history of Jim as quickly as I can. So we can get to the stuff that's of use to will listeners hopefully, but I was exposed to audio and video and photography from birth more or less My Dad was a professional photographer. And he was also the recording engineer for a regional symphony where I grew up. Here in Ohio. and. So really at a at a young age, I would go with him to concerts. And by the time I was ten or twelve years old I was helping him. Rap Microphone Cables and. kind of learning. Some of the very, very basics of audio. Through through Osmosis of. Spending time with him while he was doing his thing.
"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..
"david i" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Everybody is is my meditation teacher? David Nick Turn who has been generous enough to join us for this family gathered. Dave is. Great everybody I can't see you but I'll take it on faith that they're out there. They're out there. Yeah, well. I can't seem either unfortunately, but they're out there. Okay, great wonderful, David! I'm so lucky to have you as my meditation teacher. I'm not sure you're so lucky to have. Students. I but You Know I. Be Do. They've heard me talk about you all the time. Mentioned you talk about here. Lately I really have realized what a powerful role! You play in my life, even if we how weeks without talking. I'm always thinking about the conversations that we've had and so I. It's exciting for me to for people to get to actually see you on video and. I have one of the talks that we generally have over the phone. Are. They surprised I'm not a cartoon. May knew about you prior to Midnight Gospel be. Are you getting people? Talk to you about midnight. Gospel, or do you hear about sometimes? Yeah, but that'd be so bad ass if we could just animate me for these conversations, I agree a hundred that guy. That guy would show up with my voice. So wonderful if we could do that I I. This is something I think. In the future we can look forward to. Actually that's going to be a way to do it. Not just in the blocking CGI away. The people are. David I wanted to start off. We could by reading something that showed him trump, or that I have found that I cannot get out of my head I. Love it so much and. I just thought. Maybe you get wicked. UNPACK it and we'll just before you do that. Just lets everybody know who may not know. Choke him trunk invitation was Tibetan teacher who brought. Buddhism to the West Nineteen seventy, which is when I met him. So that's that's my. That's a teacher that I studied with just to give it a little context. 'cause everybody might not know that, so he's your grandfather. I, okay, you will. You know does feel like that's the that is one of the qualities I guess of of I don't know I feel like I. Know, but it is a thing where I am whenever I am reading and I have since familiarity with him that It's very strange. Okay so. Here's the here's this thing that I've found in this book could act. This was actually the book that triggered you becoming my meditation teacher because I've been reading this. This book. At a wrong dos retreat that you were at. was coming, increasingly infuriated with choke him. Trump up by reading it in a way that I've never been. In any spiritual thing I've ever read I've never been like. Drip like I've never become angry. And so I was angry them at that point in time, and but still you know recognizing anger as A. The anger coming from. Realizing what he was saying? was. Resonating with. Jubal was fucking what I to be true and so. pissed. I I was up there and then I. said I. Ask because of this something on the line. Do you think Hahnemann is? Is Permanent. And you heard me say that and I think that's when you own. Maybe these not such dummy I'm not sure what you thought, but we got to be friends after that and I'm really lucky about of that. Okay so here's the quote. I thought we could start off with. Well I never thought your dummy down. That's. Yeah. Not even close, thank you you'd have to. You'd have to do some serious work to get be a dumb. Yeah, so I've been reading this chapter on fearlessness. And this is talking about Padma. Imbaba's pod arrages as Prince that appears in a lotus flower. and. This. Is Metaphor metaphorically. Speak Metaphorically speaking, way he. You know metaphorically. But a year is this. Paragraph I found that I. Think. Really captures job him trump not just.
"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..
"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..
"david i" Discussed on KNSS
"Indepth radio news talk ten ten and David god's word is with us the author of the sun sand and sea serpents David I was some half joking that the other cryptozoologist may not be too pleased listening to this discussion but let me let me ask you in in all seriousness are there sightings of sea creatures lake monsters that you've documented in the southeast or maybe just in Florida that you think have some credibility yes and not just because I'm afraid for my life if you get rid of all of the distractions the clear water three toed the giant octopus in Saint Augustine misidentified manatees except her ex cetera et cetera what you seem to have is a consistent creature described in the ocean not in the rivers not enough although possibly in the shallows off the coast that is between fifty and a hundred feet long swims serpentine has a head described as being turtle like and it's everywhere it's in the Gulf it's in the Caribbean it's off the coast of Florida all the way up into the Carolinas and what makes this one interesting is I'm working on the second book in this series which will cover the rest of the east coast and it's also appearing up north the Gloucester sea monster very famous one from New England that that that months is wicked smart wake it's not make it big but it fits this archetype but what makes this odd is that any biologist worked and their soul is going to tell you that a warm water creature is not going to live in the cold and yet it almost looks like there's an uninterrupted line of these fifty to a hundred foot long dark colored serpents now whether they are serpents or whether they are deals that much I don't know yet but when you get rid of all the other stuff those I can't explain you mentioned the the clear water three told monster yes eight eight classic if I might add right and it has been described also as a giant penguin yes well so tall penguin a twelve foot tall operates a walk us through this legend you don't get those taxi those off the rack we Clearwater Florida it's right next to Dunedin by the way I want to give you points for pronouncing it correctly the form with your Blue Jays yes for some reason it down here is they often call it done it in but Clearwater nineteen forty eight somebody called the police and says that they were he was sitting on the beach with his girlfriend and some large sea creature came out the police jotted down a note and did nothing two days later people walking on the beach early morning to see these giant foot prints or tracks coming out of the water they continue along the beach for several hundred feet and then go back into the water it's three toed bipedal fourteen inches wide fifteen inches long and the centre tell is longer than the outside to and that was all they saw now the problem with this story is that the police immediately thought it was a hoax and they pretty much knew who it was right off the bat because there was a professional joker in town the clear water sun wanted nothing to do with this story the year before had been the tail end of a red tide outbreak that had pretty much destroyed the economy of the whole Gulf coast Clearwater Dunedin tarpon springs all up and down red tide that's like an algae bloom is it that's a that's an algae bloom that is toxic to fish and people and when it comes ashore the fumes are very nasty so much so that does lead in and clear water had to shut down the school because if they were too close to the water tarpon springs lost the entire sponge industry for that year so the Clearwater son is sitting there going we don't need a sea monster right now thank you very much so they they really downplayed it so naturally the Miami Herald in the Tampa Bay paper ran with it and something came out of the water again that night now the newspapers are starting to pick up on it and I Illinois a guy named Earl Hey and I know that many because I dated this somebody's who's sister with that name so it sort of hits one of those names that stick in your head for bad reasons he was out fishing he says he saw something in the grass flats which are shallow water with surprisingly enough grass growing in them that it was hideous looking isn't the description he is but it sounds very much like what he's describing is a manatee grazing in the grass flats which is what manatees do but traffic to the beach started to increase so suddenly the newspapers going well we may have to do something about this and they're they're all running theories the the sun had one theory is that it was alcohol abuse another one said it was do you need the dinosaur from alley oop an inside joke because the alley oop comic strip artist with a Snowbird in Clearwater I make sense all right it's a little thing that I love if they just had no idea what the heck it was so finally the police say you know what will will keep us keep a closer watch on the beach so the next sighting is actually up the shoreline in Indian rocks beach so naturally of course different set of police no way that that it was any good it's almost as if somebody knew M. the Indian rocks beach report was called in by a fellow named John Moore which again is one of these clues that the police knew they were dealing with X. prankster already because John Moore was the name of the ghosts that walk to Indian beach at night so it they're going back and forth in the papers one fellow says he had seen similar footprints down around moral castle in Haryana which it turns out he was talking about giants three toed sloth which possibly could have still been alive at that point but so now all of a sudden we've got something walking on the beach with three toes that may or may not be a sloth may or may not be a dinosaur may or may not be alley oops best friend and it just it goes on back and forth N. as they realize that it's bringing in Torres they start being reports that are never verified a local butcher claims that the foot prints were all over one of the islands out in the bay which of course nobody could get to it those days and it just keeps building up a couple of flyers at a local flying school saw something off shore and they landed they got the owner of a restaurant the owner of the flying school would get on the plane and they flew over the creature again two or three times shape of a log ten to fifteen feet long covered in black fur slippers hot like had had similar T. again what makes that one odd is that three of these four guys had been living in far enough long enough to know what a minute he looked like but all four of them just happen to have it in a vested interest in making sure the tourism and included some they're not coming over are they there now for example there's no for an amenity is well from a distance and amenity is so slow moving they actually collect algae and moss okay make cells from the key keeping in mind an airplane can't fly any lower than five hundred feet makes sense all right so and they should have known amenity when they saw one in all the occupants of this plane have a vested interest in in tourist dollars no doubt yeah one owns a restaurant on the beach one owns the flying school which is also a charter service one owns them service center that maintains the planes so yes there's a little bit of a vested interest there all right so the the punch line here the the police know who this jokester is and and who is it I can't prove it because they can't catch him what we're gets we're gets kind of complicated is the next set of foot prints show up in October of forty eight but it's not in Clearwater it's about a hundred and ten miles up the coast and thirty five miles up river in the so one the river and there they are along the side of the shore and by sheer dumb luck in this I actually think was dumb luck the owner of the property was a fellow named the marks Cheney who owns the hotel who owns the restaurant who won't be gift shop who owned the shoreline it was a retired Hollywood publicity guy and he made some phone calls and coming down from New York are too well known naturalist one of them being Ivan Sanderson are there he is again in areas again he's everywhere now the other fellow who came with them was John Riley who is actually a bigger name in those days Gianna Reilly showed up looked around flew back two days later he wrote an article said it's a hoax just like the locals think Sanderson didn't seem to be convinced at that point but he also met a local guy named al Williams who had flown up from Clearwater to see the footprints because he was so interested in them and I've been there since by this point it seems to be the only one taking them seriously he goes back to New York and who does his radio show and there's an article the New York Herald says Sanderson says they're a hoax so you've got Sanderson saying it forty eight point blank they are a hoax and that was really the end of it until he goes back to his office who finds this stack of correspondence from witnesses who had seen the months there and suddenly he's not he's publishing little articles that say well it's a monster it's three code we don't know what it is it might be a dinosaur nineteen fifty one he saying it's a dinosaur in a magazine article and he's reevaluating it in they are delicious it may be a giant penguin and he says that starts saying that the home and the reports from the Antarctic of a short neck monster without staring eyes there's an undiscovered colony of giant penguins in the Antarctic and one of them happened to land in Clearwater does he actually believe these creatures were ten twelve feet tall well see there's kind of a problem he's saying it in print but nobody knows for sure what he really thought I written Sanderson with all due respect wouldn't let facts get in the way of a good story especially if it was paying by the word gotcha long story short but we're probably too long for that the local prankster in Clearwater was a fellow named al Williams who ran an automobile repair shop with a his partner Tony cigna Arini they where the suspects now Williams was a famous and they're just sitting there quietly watching out Sanderson by nineteen sixty seven he's got books out saying it's a giant penguin by that point they had found fossils of a penguin that got grew to be seven feet tall so apparently by Sanderson's logic if it could reach seventy it could reach fifteen.
"david i" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"Found out that a neighborhood boy and And David's dad built that ramp just for the proposal because they knew David would need help you get out of the brand new. That was so silly, but yeah, it was. It was awesome, so then we get off of the ramp start walking on this little peninsula, but then I see rose petals, and more lights on the ground, and I'm like what and David I'm like. Yeah I'm like. Wow. This looks like it was made for two people who are madly in love. And then she's like. I'm like it looks like it was made for us. And then I'm not even kidding you for the next four hours. It seemed like I wept I was be side myself with happy emotional tears, and walked down the peninsula, and there's this beautiful heart made out of tool, and a bench with a rose, and the ring box, and I'm weeping, and we sit on the bench, and then David was able to transfer from the bench to his knee to propose which I found out later. The bench was my mom's idea because he was thinking I'll just fall to the ground. Then, he proposes and I'm I say yes. Yes, yes, the freaking out of this whole videos on Youtube. You. You'll hear crying. I found my way to you because of that video. That is how I found my way to you, too. Well after he propose then I hear a loud explosion and fireworks are going off in the middle of the lake and I love fireworks I've always loved fireworks I work at Disney now. That's where I dance and fireworks there which is something that he knew that I like and so the kid that had also helped with the ramp had also been secretly in the lake on a paddle boat and Q I guess he jumped into the water and set off the fireworks that were on the paddle boats from the water like these people are committed, and then the fireworks go off and then John Boats everyone else over including David's ninety year old grandma, who is just a matriarch, and she says it's beautiful..
"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.
"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..
"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..
"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.
"david i" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"David i wanted to know mary down anyway crazy hello hello my name is looking looking for a wife because i won't pay can you marry me for bells papillas terms and conditions gleason to me saladdin is good yeah great oh it's not specials hey but i i need says when we got married we says he is that okay what is that you know close you six no okay puppy thanks for now get a you you can you cook mexican food i really because my favorite essential levers and your favorite is well let's go he's my brother he's remember that one you have friend for me for brother oh yeah bike regular sarah's well i don't know anybody would i need the show gave me pay for implants you're okay this girl's down said yes to all of that on power one zero six in good morning maybe poppy down to the test the crew show power.
"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.
"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.
"david i" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards
"Allow for for only the racing of her that had an inception like field too i'm someone who lives in movie lines and tv lines that are just constantly popping in my head and all often think of a line in in something but i won't know where it's from and so you know of course that drives me crazy if i can't if i know the line like you can feel what it's from before you can actually pinpoint what it is and it's just hovering the like before the actual name pops into your mind of what it is so many just impressionistic features of it able to say it was a it was a scene in which the person's feeling something really bad or like yeah yeah yeah exactly and so what like the i don't know explain psychologist david i mean i think that that's that's sort of one of the things that you could take this movie to be saying about memory is that the ineffectiveness of this procedure is because the memories that you have of someone are far more they make their tendrils emotionally all the way through i mean obviously we know there's different kinds of memory like you i like just talking about that temblor reminds me of the the gambling task that what's his name uses yeah demoss yo uses where you are picking from a risky deck or from a safe deck before you know proposition lee at all that one deck is riskier than the other one right you you learn to pick from the rain and and so so there is this this emotional tag that you've given your experience with one of those and it's not it's not the same as an autobiographical memory and it's not the same as sort of proposition piece of knowledge but nonetheless there it is.
"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.
"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.
"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.