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"david ian" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

I Said No Gifts!

08:13 min | 10 months ago

"david ian" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

"Gifts. David Ian. Okay, it's in another bag here. It's a big 5 sporting goods. It's my first it's the first place I ever worked in. I still get it. I still get an employed discount there. If I talk to the right people. You're kidding. How long did you work at big 5? I worked, I think three separate summers when I was in high school and then maybe my freshman year of college. Yeah. There's a big 5 right down the street from my house and I walk there to work. It was the first place I ever applied to in the first place I ever worked at. It was awesome. Oh, that's lovely. Were you a cashier or a salesperson or what? No, you got to graduate into a cashier. They don't trust you the money right away. So I usually worked in the shoe section. Did you put all the boys on the shoe section? The managers can work behind the counter, what a self shotguns and stuff. And then a lot of girls with a cashiers and they will work in the swim section, the soccer section and stuff like that. But yeah, I'm mostly that the shoe section. Great fun job. Now, with the shoe section, was there like training about how to like, you know, you go to a shoe store, they make you stand up. They feel your toe. Did you have to be trained on that? Or was it just guesswork? A little bit of that. They say, you know, you should have about a thumbnail of space between the shoe and your toe. And you baked it. But here's the thing. Really when it comes to salesmanship and when people buying stuff, they don't know what they want. You just kind of instill confidence in them that they're buying the right thing, you know? And it's okay. If you're like, oh, this is perfect. This looks great on you. And guess what? I put my finger on it. It's perfect. They're gonna love it and they're gonna feel good about their purchase, you know? And that's what you want people to walk away with. Did you ever deal with angry customers or anything? Angry customers. Nothing. This is a pre caren era. So I don't think I dealt with a lot of karens. And people are generally very nice. I would say I think my first month working there. Eric Clapton came in and was browsing the discount shoe section. And nobody recognized who he is, because he just looks like a regular dad, you know? And I just want him and I was like, mister Clapton? And he was like, yes. And I was like, oh my God, it's literally looking at the 1999 shoe sale section when you just have mismatched pairs. This man has probably a $100 million. I know, but I think rich people in Vegas would like to do normal. And then years later, I'm like, oh, that this checks out because there was a paparazzi picture of him like doing laundry at a laundry man. So I feel like he just likes to do regular stuff. Yeah. And now wait, I feel like he may be an anti vaxer. I don't know. That I do not know. We'll have to check into that. That would be heartbreaking. I feel like I don't want to talk bad about the man. He's a legend. But if he is, it actually is in line with browsing discount shoe section, laundry mat, you know, and anti vax. Those are all the same fan diagram. I feel like. Eric Clapton, I hope you haven't lost your way as someone who is constantly looking at the clearance section of shoes myself. I feel like we should all get a vaccination. I agree. Well, that's so exciting. My other big question about big 5 is is there a rivalry between big 5 and sports authority? Oh, so yes, big time, not sports authority at the time when I was in high school. It was sports chalet. But I feel like it's a little different. Sports chalet was more like Foot Locker. They have like really nice top of the line stuff, new Jordans, I think brand new, like the newest Nike running shoes, whatever. Whereas big 5, they have stuff that's like a couple of years old. But it's very practical stuff if you need a punching bag, if you need a bench press, if you need some weights if you need a soccer ball, you go to big 5, and you know you're gonna get a good deal. There's some nice shoes, but sports shell is a little higher and I feel like. A little more hoidy toity. I guess that makes sense. The chalet. They really want people to think that they're shopping at a fancy place. I've never been in either as someone who's just not good with any any athletics. You've never been inside of a sporting goods store. I have been inside there was where I grew up there was I think it was called gart sports. Oh, okay. That was like our local chain. But as far as a big 5, a sports authority a sports chalet. I think there might be a Dick's Sporting Goods. I don't think I've ever been in any of those. I've been in an REI just recently actually high school. Rock climbing shoes. But I'm not on the sports goods retailer circuit. Well, look, we haven't even opened the gift yet. The listener is probably screaming at me. Get into the bag, but look, I love retail. I love a big box store sue me. That's let's see what's happening in here though. Oh, this is okay, I actually have an immediate question. You've given me 6 table tennis balls, and this is something that I've actually have a huge amount of ignorance about our ping Pong and table tennis the same thing. The same thing. I think table tennis just sounds more technical. Because even Chinese people we call it ping Pong, you know? Okay. Who calls it table tennis? Snobs, British people. I have no idea. Table tennis does seem like just kind of the mechanical like a machine came up with the term table tennis when everybody else was calling up ping Pong. Yeah, I feel like a table tennis is for people who are trying to be two PC, you know and they call it they try to they think ping Pong sounds offensive, but it's actually not. It's actually interesting. The name for the sport. I think technically it's called ping Pong as Olympic sport. It's I'm sorry, it's called table tennis as an Olympic sport. You know what I mean? And the word on the street as ping Pong. Ping Pong wearing the street. It's way more fun to say. It's like, I think it makes more sense with like, it feels like the balls are pinging and ponging. Yeah. And in Chinese, it's actually ping Pong, but in Chinese. So ping Pong Cho, ping Pong. Really? Yeah. Wait, so do you play ping Pong? I assume you do. You gave me a ping Pong ball. I grew up. I grew up playing ping Pong. And recently, somebody on Instagram very nice guy who plays ping Pong. Send me a brand new table tennis racket, ping Pong racket. And I'm excited to get back into it. That's what I'm trying to send all my Friends ping Pong balls. And you're into it, you know? Get some rackets and we can play. But I grew up playing ping Pong. That was a big sport in Hong Kong. That's like the national sport. You know, it's like basketball here, you know? Whereas here, if you play ping Pong with people just think it's kind of funny or whatever. But it's very serious sport back home. So I grew up playing that until I was 13 until I moved here. Yeah. Was this something growing up like kids in the U.S. you grow? I mean, look, me aside, I never had a dream of being in the NBA. That was never a remote process. I still have that dream. You know what's crazy? I still have vivid dreams of say me playing for the clippers and I'm not Doc Rivers now, but ty lue calls me up from the bench. You know? And then I just rock and staple center. I would love nothing more. I feel like it's time for the NBA to just pluck a full grown adult man out of obscurity for basketball dreams. I hope dreams, man. Come on, you know? There's so many things like, honestly, like I do, I am an optimist. I think if you put your mind into it, it could happen. Except.

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And my family won't gabby we found safe. She's like a sister and my children love her. And all i want is for her to come home safe and found this to be just a big misunderstanding. In the sheriff's office in utah is now looking at any possible connection between potatoes disappearance editor double homicide of two women that occurred a day after she interacted with police. David art victory kindle. Tonight victor thank you and we should mention that boyfriend. A person of interest has not spoken but much more of that interview with his sister. Tomorrow morning right here on. Good morning america in the meantime overseas tonight. France says it has killed the top isis leader in africa. It an airstrike thanking the us for their support. The target wanted in the death of for us troops in an ambush inisia- in twenty seventeen abc senior foreign correspondent ian panel. Tonight on how this unfolded. He had a five million dollar bounty on his head and tonight. The french military saying adnan abu relieved out. Sarah we isis number one commander in africa responsible for the deaths of four. Us soldiers is dead. I'll sarah group carried out a deadly ambush attack on a team of us. Green berets and local troops searching for key isis figure in asia in twenty seventeen during the operation staff sergeants brian black and dustin right and sergeant first class jeremiah. Johnson were killed near their vehicle during an intense gunbattle. Sergeant david johnson with separated from the group and also killed his body missing for two days. Five nigerian troops also died. French president macron confirming overnight that surround. We was killed in a drone strike while on a motorbike near the border with mali. In late august we were near that border in twenty nineteen although parts of asia are stable. The closer you get to the border the more you see these large ungovernable spaces and these have provided fertile territory for militants to come in from the middle east from north africa to join local terrorist groups and too great a much greater threat than has ever existed before in. This part of africa is remembered by so many the parents of jeremiah johnson. Say the news is bittersweet. Sure doesn't bring any kind of closure was just one of many that were there that day. There are a lot more perpetrators that should be brought to justice. Despite this canning the tariff threat in parts of africa is growing with one military official telling me he is a surge in violent extremism not just from isis but increasingly al qaeda. David ian panel. Tonight ian. thank you and another headline involving france. Tonight that country blasting a new us and uk security deal with australia for nuclear powered submarines part of the effort to hold china in check but that deal prompted australia to cancel a submarine deal with france backyard. Home tonight into a developing headline from washington at this hour. A lawyer lawyer with ties to the democratic party tonight charged with lying to the fbi. He provided information that said was possible. Communication between trump organization computers and a russian bank tonight a special counsel appointed by former president trump indicting the attorney for allegedly lying about who he was representing and making those claims. Let's get right to our chief. Justice correspondent pierre thomas with reporting peer. David the special counsel indicted michael sussman. An attorney who today resign from prominent law firm that has ties to the dnc and the hillary clinton campaign in two thousand sixteen sussman provided the fbi tip concerning whether the trump organization was in contact with the russian bank. The tip yielded nothing. But the special counsel claims assessment lied to the fbi saying he was not representing any clients and suggesting he was acting as a good citizen but the special counsel believes sussman was representing tech company and the hillary clinton campaign attorneys for sussman say. The case is baseless and unprecedented david. The decision to indict came down to the wire the statute limitations for any charges tied to these allegations runs out in just three days. Pierre thomas tonight. Pierre thank you. There are new developments this evening. Involving prominent south attorney alex burda surrendering to authorities today accused of allegedly planning his own murder. As part of an insurance fraud scheme it comes after the mysterious murder of his wife and one of his sons. And here's abc's eva pilgrim now tonight. A once prominent south carolina lawyers stunning fall from grace alec murdoch turning himself in today accused of insurance fraud and other charges for allegedly planning his own murder. Nearly two weeks ago police the goal to get his son a ten million dollar life insurance payout..

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"All the way over to the urban areas along i ninety five could be a problem by the end of the week. Yes we have to watch this all week long and you'll be right here with us. Ginger thank you our coverage of the hurricane and this storm system still on the move tonight but we are going to move on to other major headline this monday evening. The american general who late today declared america's longest war was now over after nearly twenty years. The last seventeen lifted off from kabul afghanistan at three twenty nine eastern time saying every single. Us servicemember is now out of afghanistan. General frank mackenzie the commander of us central command saying there is a lot of heartbreak that they did not get everybody out. There are still some americans. There and there are many afghan allies. Who had hoped to get out more than one hundred twenty. Three thousand civilians were airlifted out since august fourteenth including six thousand americans and flights taking off until the end the last one taking off as i said three twenty nine. Pm eastern which in kabul was one minute to midnight before that august thirty first deadline set by president biden. General mackenzie saying the final chapter is perhaps one of the most painful with the loss of those thirteen u s servicemembers. Abc's chief foreign correspondent. Ian panel was in afghanistan when the taliban was pushed out in two thousand one tonight the taliban back in control and ian this evening and the american general who was asked to reflect on the reality that the us now leaves behind and potential threats ahead with the final flights hours of coupled. Late today four-star marine general. Frank mackenzie saying america's longest war was over after almost twenty years last c. seventeen lifted off from hamid karzai international airport on august thirtieth this afternoon at three twenty nine. Pm east coast time in the last manned aircraft is now clearing the airspace above afghanistan nearly twenty years since the attacks of nine eleven and the killing of osama bin laden in twenty eleven troops staying on the ground for another decade the general speaking of the human cost of war. The american servicemembers lost to it was not a cheap mission. The cost was two thousand. Four hundred sixty one. Us servicemembers and civilians kill and more than twenty thousand. Who were injured. Sadly that includes thirteen u s servicemembers. Who were killed last week by an isis case suicide bomber. He spoke to this painful loss of the service members this week and was asked about the remaining americans and afghan allies the interpreters who helped the us over the years. There's a lot of heartbreak associated with this departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. The general saying this funnel chapter was perhaps one of the most painful the crowds outside the gate and the loss of the thirteenth servicemembers. When asked about the us servicemen and women that were in afghanistan. He said this every single. Us servicemember is now out of afghanistan. I can say that one hundred percent certainty and general. Mackenzie who did multiple tools in afghanistan was asked about leaving this country to taliban control as very conflicted. Actually a right now. I'm pretty much consumed with with the operational task of him. The general very matter-of-fact late today but it is a profound day for this country. Nearly twenty years later. Ian panel with us live from doha cutter tonight. In in the general mentioned the number of americans left behind is now in the low hundreds. He said there will still be efforts to get americans out. He also said the efforts to get out. Afghan allies will continue. But of course we know. The taliban is back in control. How is this going to work in the weeks. The months and perhaps the years to come right. The taliban is in control of the country but from the presence of icies k. We've seen them at the airport. They've issued a statement saying the americans have left. Afghanistan is independence the sound of gunfire in the air. The un calling for safe passage for americans and afghans but few on the ground believe. They'll owner that. David ian panel our thanks to you. You've been with us for weeks now on this story and we appreciate it. And of course america will reflect on this war. And we'll certainly honor the bravery of all of our servicemen and women over these twenty years. I wanna bring in our chief global affairs anchor martha raddatz who has been to afghanistan. So many times. Martha you and i have talked about trips to afghanistan here and what the leaders on the ground told us in recent years leading up to this moment many of them predicting some of what. We've seen transpire and we heard general. Mackenzie described the equipment left behind in afghanistan. Today twenty-seven humvees he said seventy aircraft the general saying they have been demilitarized that they'll never be driven again. We'll never be flown again. But he also noted something else that i know our viewers the american people will be concerned about one of the main missions. Here was to make sure afghanistan was never a safe haven for terrorist again and martha. You and i took note of the general talking about the two thousand isis terrorists. Now out of prison in that country exactly david hardcore fighters and the equipment general mackenzie did not talk about is the billions of dollars of military hardware abandoned by the afghan forces including six hundred thousand arms. Tens of thousands of rockets humvees those are all operational and the us continues to say that. The taliban.

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"A quote substantial amount of explosive material and posed an imminent threat to the airport. A large plume of smoke was visible. This is the second us strike. I'm isis k. Since the attack that killed thirteen american servicemembers and dozens of afghans tonight. How many americans are still hoping to get out of afghanistan. Here's our senior foreign correspondent ian panel from cutter tonight with less than forty eight hours to go. Smoke rising outside kava land as the. Us strikes is k. Militants for the second time the military revealing an unmanned drone struck vehicle niqab lamport eliminating an imminent isis k. Threats the vehicle believed to be carrying a substantial amount of exclusive material an afghan official telling. Abc news that six civilians were killed. Four of them children the attack just a day after another us. Drone strike in nangarhar province took out to high level isis k. members of planner and facilitator and injured a third fighter. The fact that two of these individuals are no law while longer walking on the face of the earth. That's a good thing. The strikes bringing new urgency to the evacuation mission hundreds once again clamoring that the gates to the airport desperate as the final drawdown of us troops gets underway. The state department today again warning americans to stay away citing specific credible threats surrounding the airfield only fifty. Us citizens making it out of kabul in the last twenty four hours. Roughly two hundred fifty still seeking to get out. This is the most dangerous time in an already extraordinarily dangerous mission these last couple of days and so we will do everything possible to keep To keep people safe but the risk is very high. David will just two more days left. It's clear that some of those who recite lies to help the mission and now going to be left behind. Us officials said they're working on alternative routes. But that's little comfort to those. We've spoken to who too nice a raton. Feeling abandoned and afraid david ian panel reporting and again tonight. Thank you in and now here at home tonight and that solemn scene today the dignified transfer for those thirteen american heroes coming home today. Here's our global. Affairs correspondent martha raddatz. It is one of the most profound and solemn responsibilities for a commander in chief today. The president watching thirteen flag-draped remains of thirteen fallen service members. Returning home to us soil. All just infants or children. When america's longest war began making the ultimate sacrifice as our country's involvement in the war comes to a tragic end president biden and the first lady dressed in black arriving this morning at dover air force base for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate thursday becoming the single deadliest day for the american military in afghanistan in over a decade tonight. The country hosing to mourn to honor their sacrifice. Marine lance corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death she was featured in this photo cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport riding on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe hani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last facetime with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. Today she realized that they all just went together. Martha raddatz with us tonight. Martha an incredibly solemn day and we were watching you on the air with this today and it's impossible to imagine you know what these families are going through and what they'll go through for years to come and of course. I know the question. Now how to protect the us servicemembers still in kabul with just two days now until this august thirty first deadline to get americans to get afghans. Who helped the us to get these us servicemen and women out david the priority right now is keeping those service members who remain in kabul safe even while they evacuate more american citizens and afghan.

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"These people down here are stood in sewage water up their knees. And this is what i've been saying. This is a difference potentially between the life saving work has been carried out by the military here and potentially death but the taliban less than five yards the deadly attack now throwing already chaotic evacuation into confusion the route to the apple too dangerous for some so helicopter rescue missions have been running to help people but only three known. Flights have run in the past week. Us officials say another five hundred. Americans have been evacuated from afghanistan in the past day. Five thousand private citizens in all the state department says as many as a thousand americans remain in afghanistan. Two thirds of them are trying to leave and some may already have the for afghans who helped america the situations truly dire. we receive this distressing message from parwana. Who worked for the us mission. She has special immigrant visa status and was told to go to the airport days ago. But come get through there. Were leave us behind. And i don't think nobody will come for helping us the. Us airlift slowing down in the past two days. About twelve thousand people flown out yesterday down from nineteen thousand a day before in all over hundred. Four thousand have been evacuated from the country by the allies sixty six thousand by the us alone now the largest humanitarian airlift in history. General mckenzie's vowing to continue the but struggle to explain what went so tragically wrong or clearly. If you're able to get up to the screening. The owner of the base is a failure somewhere. You can be assured we're going to continue to take a look at it and try to make all our all our practices better as we go forward but today will not be about the relief of so many but the sacrifice of the few and in panel back with us again tonight in and we know that isis k. Claimed responsibility for this attack. Outside the airport they actually issued a statement saying there fighter was able to overcome all the security fortifications reaching a distance of quote. No more than five meters from the american forces the president and general mackenzie saying this threat from isis k. Continues the general actually said he expects the attacks to continue. He actually spoke of possible rockets. More vests how do they keep the airlift going planes taking off our servicemembers. They're checking these evacuees. What does this look like. In these few days left david. The numbers of people getting out the country in the last couple of days has started to decline and this event is likely to see a continuation of that. This event underlines the enduring threat of terrorism in the country. Not just isis k. But i'll chi are still there. Although diminished and general mackenzie highlighted what he saw as as specific threats against the aircraft against those evacuation flights. Like the one we were on last night packed with hundreds of afghans. The someone could get inside detonate some kind of device perhaps attack it from the ground. It's already been a terrible day. And the risks are only growing. David ian panel leading us off here again tonight in our. Thanks as always tonight here. The scope of the american loss we learned just as we came on the air tonight that another service member has died as i set off the top. Thirteen u s servicemembers killed in this attack and we took note today. What the general said how he described what these service members were tasked with doing right at the airport gate in this dangerous mission. Their bravery their risk and now their families back home forever changed. Here's our chief. Global affairs correspondent martha raddatz..

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Dissent against the taliban growing some afghans defiant celebrating the country's independence day parading a massive national flag here in kabul. The taliban quickly shutting it down chasing the protesters through the streets firing warning shots the militants have been promising to respect women's rights but tonight disturbing stories already emerging of some women unable to leave their homes without a male companion and girls only allowed to school up to the age of nine zarin naby a journalist here in kabul begging the world not to forget about afghanistan. You're destroying call our future. You destroying everything. Please fight for the rights of that woman that cares the really buried alive despite the heartache for so many new images of the few who have made it to safety these afghans huddle together on a us air base in qatar an uncertain the perhaps more peaceful future. So let's get back to ian panel back with us again tonight. In ian there would appear to be some progress according to your reporting there inside the airport. Of course the main issue that remains tonight the thousands of americans and afghans outside the airport the afghans who helped the us that they have paperwork desperate to leave but they also know. The taliban controls these checkpoints. Yeah that's right. I mean the good news is more processing capacity. More people at the airport tonight. The bad news continues to be the taliban. The difficulties have getting people across the wire to the american side and to safety. David ian panel. Our thanks to you and the team on the ground again tonight. And as i mentioned off the top this evening there is also that developing headline about an urgent warning from american diplomats on the ground right there in kabul weeks ago as the taliban sweeping the country reports a cable was sent with their concerns particularly for the afghans who helped the us over the twenty year war. so let's get right to our global affairs correspondent martha raddatz live in washington and martha president biden has said that he was surprised by how quickly the afghan government collapsed. But tonight you're learning that some. Us diplomats on the ground in kabul warning of this weeks ago and that they were asking for help particularly for the afghans who helped the us. That's exactly right. David a source telling us tonight. That u s diplomats at the embassy in kabul warned secretary of state. Tony blinken in mid-july that the afghan government was in danger of collapse and urged the biden administration to begin airlift.

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Yet. But dr vow keeps being pressed on this and he said again that the early research may mean that there is a boost for those who are immuno-compromised like chemotherapy and transplant patients. They would be among the first to get a booster. The vulnerable david pilgrim leading us off here on a monday night eva. Thank you and overseas tonight. The frustration with those who are unvaccinated on full display the clashes and protests in france. That country now requiring vaccination passports for restaurants bars museums theatres and french president emmanuel macron. Saying to those who refused to be vaccinated. It's time you stay at home not us. Here's our senior foreign correspondent ian panel tonight tonight protests across europe this country's mood to allow only vaccinated people and those with the negative koga test access to certain venues france. Seeing the most violent clashes with riot police using tear gas against crowds protesting the new law where those fully vaccinated and testing negative getting access to bars restaurants cinemas museums and big events. French president emmanuel macron pleading the unity after the protests. Saying what is your freedom worth. If you say to me. I don't want to be vaccinated but if tomorrow you infect your father your mother or myself. In britain clubs are only just reopening but now prime minister johnson saying by full all customers will need proof. They're fully vaccinated and the same at sports stadiums. Over four million people rushed to get the vaccine in france's president macro made this announcement just fifteen days ago near imprison the authorities. Hoping the same thing will happen. David ian panel with the picture from europe. tonight ian. thank you back here at home now. The extreme fire danger in the west at this hour more than thirteen major fires now in the air quality alerts all the way to the east coast in fact one just issued in boston from these fires in the west. Abc's wheel car on the front lines tonight. He's in lewis county california tonight. California's largest fire is now six times the size of san francisco. The dixie fire merging with the nearby fly fire burning through steep rugged terrain forcing more than eight thousand to flee threatening more than ten thousand structures more than a dozen already destroyed the fire.

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"david ian" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Mark Van Kampen Robin's show. Jerry Markley. David van Camp Scott, Robin's Mitch before we're gonna get through this. Okay. Well, you know, tomorrow you got the inauguration, right? We've heard that bite is going to talk a lot about uniting the country bringing people together. That's gonna be the big thing. Yes, it is, sir. Come together. That's gonna be quite a trick because there are many on the left many in his party scene. You know, we got to do first foremost as we unite D program. These people that voted for Trump right? They need to be deep program being camps. Yes, I like how the logic is playing out right now, in real time, right in front of us that anyone who voted for Donald Trump is Cuban on It's a razor. Not true. No, of course not. 75 million Americans. Please. I mean, it's so tone deaf with the media. So how could they and this whole thing yesterday on MLK Day? Of different people in the Democratic Party on the left, saying, How dare this fill in the blank conservative use the words of Martin Luther King Jr. When they helped a racist president. Really? Racist. According to you, You make up the rules. It's all in your head. I can feel the country coming together right now. That's pretty tough. Mean, you're basically saying Well, if you voted for that guy, you're racist, but we want to come together under our terms, right? It's It's really funny to me to see this. You know that whether it's a Democrat questioning troops You guys owe a lot of them are white in a lot of them could have voted for Trump. That's one real like you got that going on. You got people talking about deep programming all Trump supporters to think like we do. This is coming from the same ideology that when someone driving a moving van plows over multiple people in New York City, they say, Well, wait. We don't know all the details. Don't jump to conclusions. Yes? That's exactly right. You know a few 1000 people Capital. Well, that's 75 Million. Yeah, they all represent the same thing obvious people on the left, and I'm also hearing more talk about conservative folks, saying there is a difference between a liberal And the left. You hearing more of that talk? Anybody else? Yeah, that's a real fuzzy line anymore, though. The ones the ones that aren't are not saying anything. By saying the Liberals are still looking to get favor from the left. The left is really The nuts? Yes, the squeaky wheels? Yes. Liberal still believe in free speech. In that conversation that people are having, but they're not speaking. But right. So yeah, the line gets blurred. There. It does seem Let's go ahead and get to this since we're gonna unite. You've got Hillary talking about a 9 11 commission type of investigation on Trump Trump and Russia. Because minor report wasn't enough. I think she's just trolling at this point Jazz this podcast. She was talking to house Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the latest episode and chair. Yeah, Yeah, she really thinks That we need to get to the bottom of what other interests Trump is serving because it must be Russia. The name of the podcast is people more despicable than me? She what they all are. I don't think we had no, I hope. Historically we will find out who he's beholden to who pulls his strings. I would love to see his phone records to see whether he was talking to Putin the day that the insurgents invaded our capital. You think we need a 9 11 type Commission to investigate and report everything that they can pull together and explain what happened. But it's tough to take. Well, of course. Nancy Pelosi being me States woman that she is said. Well, no, I think now is the time to come together. We don't need to be dividing this country anymore. Course I'm joking. No, she says yes. We need to investigate the Russian thing More. Then again to your point of Who is he? Behold into it. As I've said, over and over, as I said to him in that picture with my blue suit right as I was leaving, But I was saying him as it was pointing Rudely at him. If you Mr President, all roads lead to Putin. I don't know what Putin has on him politically, financially or personally. But what happened last week was a gift to Putin because he wants to undermine democracy in our country and throughout the world and these people under unbeknownst to them, maybe our Putin puppets they were doing Putin's business when they did that at the incitement. Of an insurrection by the president of the United States. So, yes, we should have a 9 11 commission, and there is strong support in the congress to do that. You make up your mind. Are we talking about white supremacy here or Communists? Which is it? People on the right, Nancy It's e got to bring this up. David Ian Bremmer. Remember when you used to have a lot of respect for that guy? Yeah. Yeah, He's with the Eurasia Group. He's you know, this is a think tank looking at global politics. Right? So he looked at the U. S Capitol riot and said it was years in the making, which which piques my interest, because to me, that's true. Because you have the media lying to people. You have. We just heard Hillary Clinton. Nancy Pelosi still going on with the Russia stuff? People don't know what to trust. They don't know what's real and what's not. And so when I see this piece, and they ran it in time, it's Bremer. And I know at one point in time you had some respect for him and then lost it along the way. I'm like, Well, what does he have to say about years in the making with the capital, right? And and part of it, he says is about race. Um, it's about capitalism and then the media. Like OK. So I'm going along with this where you get to the part about race..

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"david ian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Interestingly, Twitter is under major attack right now. Back there. Shares have dropped 8%. According to George Karl, But I'm wondering, of course, Twitter's where I follow you. I'm wondering if you're going to stay on Twitter. Well, Twitter is still the only game in town. I hate to say it. Many of us have noticed a tremendous purge. 25,000 drops out of nowhere. I don't know what to tell you. Listen, that does not Necessarily bolster their argument that they're not an editorial. But but Johnson want everybody to to understand something that what you're seeing right now. Stop for a second. Make no, don't react. Just take this all in. Because we have never seen anything like this. They're going to be talking about this. The rise and fall of Trump Here's the Here's wanted to get the most critical. This has to be the most tone deaf. Person ever, you know, months ago. How long have I been saying? Better? Be careful. They're going to take this. You gotta watch this. You better do you You better start telling people this is this is not good. And friends of mine who were loyal trumpet here is You got some kind of a quisling or I'm a trader. I'm thinking no, no, This is politics. And I've been saying this, okay, but I never imagined That house. Something like this would happen. And instead of him saying, No, wait a minute. You are not going to attribute or associate me with the death of an officer. I might have have. I've been through rally after rally. Why would I take this would go This bad, If anything, he could talk about Aunt even BLM Jack. He's had thousands and thousands of people without incident. Flags about to be American Lee Greenwood will haunting my my mind. He could have said it for it. I never said this. But what does he do? He retreats. Doesn't lower the flag doesn't call the family of the officer because he plays golf, or I don't know what he's doing. I don't know if he's spoked if he's if he's hunkered down, I don't know he handed I mean, whoever they are the left big tech. Whoever these people are Were handed This prize, everything Gle institution. Is now within the crosshairs and our ray anybody who's ever Republicans. Josh Holly. This is the Hindenburg. This is I've never seen anything. Alliances goes so fast. And when the pilot starts and Jack, by the way, you and I is Hurley, you having been in Vietnam veterans serving your country Remember the days when you saw riots? Where you could see. Okay. Maybe the left. Maybe radical militant groups would attack a police officer. What do you call this group? By the way, we can go with the weather, whether they're aging provider tourist or not, because that had it. There's something so wrong with this story, but everybody's saying that on all sides, But Jack, who are these people? Who would take the American flag This now? Is that when is it right wing Constitutionalist Militia? Who are these people? What? I don't know. How do I know Buddy Associates with them? So of course there were we trump signs. Trump hats. The American flag used to bludgeon people. So we have this new version of this domestic. But remember one thing before you tell me it's too late, and we're out of time whenever the Republicans are in charge. Historically, the terrorists the bad guys were always from elsewhere out Qaeda bin Laden Saddam Hussein the Iranians. This is when Republicans are in charge. When Democrats historically have been in charge, the national threat is always homegrown. Think about Bill Clinton. Think about Oklahoma City. Lando Weaver Branch. David Ian's Constitutionalist Teabags. Crazy Second Amendment. People that seem doesn't seem to change to too much. You're going to see a major revision. Like you have never seen you are. You are not going to believe what happens and let me ask you, Jack. Let me ask. You should trump step down. He stopped this bloodletting. Should he just leave now? Immediately and say you know what? Forget it. It's got about a little over a week. Finish it out. Get out. Well, The thing is, aside from the fact that none of it can occur in that amount of time. They also want to make sure that they're gonna ask the Senate not only to empty Peter marking victim but to prevent it from ever running again. Which I don't think he ever will. Jack. We'll talk about this again, but but I'm telling you this This is the I've never seen the rise of Trump and the absolute not just the collapse, but the implosion the nuclear detonation. And unforced errors needlessly done, So that's that's a good way to put it. The nuclear detonation of trumpets happened in Lionel at Lionel media dot com. Yes, sorry. That's where I'm doing my video every single day, Jack, we will see you next Tuesday. I believe Up there you go. Tuesday. That's.

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"david ian" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Welcome back to S O s radio. I'm your host, Craig Berkson. If you're just joining us, I'd be giving thoughts and reflections on the birth of Jesus in our text is Luke Chapter two versus one through seven, and I've been asking our audience to keep note. Of certain categories of people that they may run into whether it's in literature, the Bible or in real life. Now we talked about a hater of Christmas in literature in fiction. And now we're going to narrow our focus on another personality, and this personality will be illustrated by apathy. And no, I'm not referring to Caesar Augustus. He's just a player in this trauma. There's another. I'll be talking about very shortly, but we need to know Caesar Augustus his place in all of this. So as I was saying, Caesar Augustus had a plan. He had an idea, And here was his idea. I need money because I'm a little duty and so what I'm going to do is I'm going to create a new tax because, frankly, it's expensive being me. So what I'm going to do is I'm gonna have everyone and all the Roman territory to be uprooted and they're all gonna have to walk their way to travel the way back to their ancestral home towns to be collected, in a sense is for the sole purpose to prescribe a new tax. Remember, it's expensive being a Roman God, and it wasn't just a little DT that costs money. There was another expense far greater, and that was expense of enforcing Roman peace throughout the world. So this event was a singular event that was very unique. So the question had to be asked. How did this affect Joseph and Mary? Well at the time of the edict to tax the world they themselves are in the Galilean area. Joseph and Mary are both connected to who David that is they are descendants of King David and David was born where he was born in Bethlehem. Now the reason I want to say that is because Caesar Augustus, whether he knows it or not. By demanding this tax this census. He was actually fulfilling the prophecy to some degree of Micah. Chapter five, verse two, Because, um, I could check for fibers to it says this quote, But you Bethlehem, though you are little among the thousands of Judah yet out of you shall come forth to me. One to be ruler in Israel, whose goings forth are from old from everlasting. This versus saying that the Messiah is going to be born in Bethlehem. Have you know the story? The magic eye when they come to Jerusalem as its recorded in Matthew, Chapter two, you will know. They had asked hair it when they arrived in Jerusalem. Where is he? Who is born King of the Jews. Now these men were the match. I would call them the wise men should they not know where he was born. They certainly knew that he was to be in Jerusalem. They knew the time, however, no one seemed to be aware of the signs. The magic. I were aware of the science but not the exact place but hair. It certainly wasn't aware. And yet when Herod has asked the question, he doesn't know the answer. But he quickly answers by gathering all describes and demanding of these PhDs in the Bible. The answer. He demands of them. Where does it say in the scriptures where the Messiah is going to be born. And guess what? In less than a minute, they say. Here you are here it we've got the answer for you. It's in Micah. Chapter five, verse two. Herod got the answer Quickly. Now, before I go farther, I want you to make a note of a couple of important things. Number one. The world is going to be uprooted because of the decree of Caesar Augustus for everyone to go back to their ancestral homeland to be set up as a new tax. Second King Herod had Jewish scribes under his command in these scribes knew the law. They knew the prophecy, and they knew immediately where the Messiah would be born. The question that you may want to ask yourself is, if that's the case. If they knew it, then why weren't they at the birth of Jesus when it happened now? That's a great question, isn't it? We'll get to that later. Just market for now. So Augustus is actually fulfilling prophecy. What God is doing is that he's using this crazy Roman emperor to use him as a tool to bring Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem. God is using the ruler of the world for the purpose and the sake of two people and everyone else in the Roman world is basically on the roller coaster. What it is to bring them both down. So what they do is that they travel from the galleon area. Now, if you know your geography well, you'll know that galley is north. Bethlehem is about five miles south of Jerusalem. And so the distance between Galilee To Bethlehem is about 90. Miles, and Joseph and Mary will have to track by foot. All that way Down pregnant Mary and Joseph traveling all the way down to Bethlehem on a donkey and going through treacherous territory, And as they come down, they finally get to Bethlehem. Not with all that. I've said about the whole Roman world being uprooted. What I want you to imagine, if you will is what Bethlehem maybe like. How long ago did David live before Mary and Joseph? How many hundreds of years will about 1000 years, David had Children and they had Children and so forth, And you can say that after 1000 years A lot of David Ian's are coming to Bethel Hand because of the senses. Now that's just one man. How about David's other brothers? Did they have Children and did their Children have Children? Of course they did. Everyone who lived in Bethlehem 1000 years ago, had descendants and they're all converging on this small, insignificant little town, which is called the House of Bread. Bethlehem House of Bread. So they're at the house of bread, and therefore because we have the house of bread, they are all coming there. You could imagine..

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"david ian" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"James hag and Very good play right there. Six points for him. 25 20 lead pushing tempos Davies as they get trapped up in the corner double team trying to find an opening that stolen once again by head and Hagen tried to go coast to coast over Prudhomme and the shot is up and good. Just like that, no matter about 15 seconds, James Hagen gets a couple of buckets. It goes from a three point lead for shy into a seven point lead. 27 20 under five minutes remaining the Horngacher scoreboard in the first half. It looks as though we're gonna have a whistle as It was taken up court by Hector but the shot clock never Started, so they're trying to figure that out. Instead of having a 30 seconds on the clock, they're going to knock it down to 24 techno looking to him on the ball for Davies kicks that lap to Davis back over to Hector. Top of the key, the Martian Bacher trying to make something happen around a couple defenders kicking it out, right? Shot is up and knocks it down for about 15 ft. This time is looking Excuse me. Not like Terrell Davis Agreement. Brown number 11. They're looking to push Temple the other way ish Cheyenne left hand Corner three is up by Jackson Lonely off the iron back over the backboard out of bounds. 4 31 to go in the first half. It is a 27 20 to lead from the Mustangs over the Eagles. As Davies looked to set up their offense right here with under 20 seconds ago on the shot, clock left hand corner of the trail. Davis three is up off the iron, No good, strong rebound this time. No but Jackson Mony. Right hand corner to Dulles. Men trying to break a couple of defenders goes around two of them. The trial Davis with the black Looking to push temple once again. His Davey is looking for you and marching. Bacher gets a little bit of contact and he gets the bucket to go is a man hits the deck. Wow. He and Martin Boxer's been able to finish with some contact A couple of times this evening. 27 24 Cheyenne lead here now under four minutes to go looking for three is shy. And once again that rattles in and out, and it's a rebound for the troll Davis, but he's tied up by Dominic Dose Man. And with this jump ball, it will go in the favor of the Davies Eagles this time. So 3 48 to go in the first half. It is a 27 24 West Fargo, Cheyenne lead over Fargo, Davis leading scorer for Fargo, David's Ian Martin Barker with 12, and then you have eight points for bold James Hagen and Ben Manson. They kick it out to the trail. Davis. He was then fouled. He has followed by Caleb Larson. Even though it was in on the ground foul. There was no shot. It's a tent team foul. That's an automatic two free throws. Four. Let.

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"david ian" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"david ian" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"His cult busting has led to kidnapping charges, armed standoffs and even death threats. From wondering, I'm Matt Stroud. This is a special bonus episode of Guru. This is Episode eight helped Buster. Across is the founder and executive director of the Cult Education Institute and the author of the book Cults Inside Out, Rick, Thanks so much for being with us today. Thanks that it's nice to join you. So, Rick, you've been called a cult buster, but your actual title is called de programmer. Can you explain what that means? So what a de programmer does basically is cooperating with a family. I do interventions to help people leave groups. At the family's request. What eventually led you to take an interest in cults and do this kind of work? Well, now you're going way back to 1982. I was 30. My grandmother was 82. She lived in a Jewish nursing home in Phoenix, and this weird group infiltrated the paid professional staff. Of the nursing home and they were targeting the elderly and in specific elderly Jews, and my grandmother was accosted by one of these people. And I came to realize that they were working the nursing home literally. Did you see them as being dangerous? Is that the reason why you took an interest? I found that they were very focused on received gifts from elderly people as I researched them, and my take on them was that they were anti Semetic. On that They really said very disparaging, horrible things about Jewish people and the idea that this group would covertly come into a Jewish nursing home to basically harass elderly residents there. I thought that was a very unethical, underhanded thing. I think initially I was just Plain pissed off. My grandmother had left Eastern Europe to flee persecution. She came through Ellis Island when she was a teenager and the idea that this woman I could not live in peace or that other people like her that we're in the Jewish nursing home were being harassed. I just thought it was uncalled for. So that caused me to become a community activist organizer. I served on various committees and work with other people from various denominations. A kind of coalesce around some basic ethical principles regarding missionary work or proselytizing. Was this in line with your history before then? I mean, you said you were 30 when this happened. Were you doing this kind of work before that? Not at all. I was working for a cousin who owned an auto salvage yard in Phoenix, and I was involved in theater, salvage business rebuilding cars. Really? I was very fascinated with cars, and that was a big part of my life. So this kind of happens serendipitously it. It wasn't something that I that I ever imagined that I would be involved in. It's a huge topic, and I don't want to completely divert the conversation here. But can you can you give us kind of a broad brush description of what it means to actually D program? Someone Of course, it's an educational process. It's not therapy. It's not counseling it. It has to do with sharing information with someone and in specific about What defines a destructive cult on Ben? What type of course of persuasion techniques. Does, uh, a destructive cult use to gain undue influence over someone. And then what is there about the group that you've become involved in that you may not know that has perhaps been deliberately withheld from you that you should know to make a more informed decision about continuing with this group. And then finally, why is your family so concerned about you? What about your involvement in this group in in recent months and in recent years has caused your family to stage an intervention? Because they're so worried about you. So you take those four basic blocks. On it becomes a dialogue discussion that will go on for about three or four days, eight hours a day with the family present, possibly also other people that have come in. It could be an ex member of the group in question. It could be a mentor. Teacher, a grand parent, different people that are concerned about the person that's become involved in a group. You used this phrase destructive cults. Can you talk to us a little bit about What a destructive cult is, I would say the nucleus for a definition of a destructive cult relies primarily on a paper written by Robert Jay Lifton called cold formation that was published at Harvard University in the eighties. And I think lifting very succinctly identified. The three pillars of that definition, which are number one on this is the single most salient feature a nabs salute. Authoritarians leader That becomes an object of worship. That leader is the defining element and driving force of the group. And whatever he says is right is right. And whatever he says is wrong is wrong, and he has no meaning meaningful accountability. The second criteria would be that the group uses a process of indoctrination that could be seen as coercive persuasion. Again undue influence over its adherents or over the leaders, followers and then finally, if it's to be seen as a destructive call. The third criteria is that the group does harm 1988 is the first time you had a zay understand it. Any interaction with the Branch Davidians? Can you walk us through how that interaction happened? And sort of what happened in 1988 Let me start off by saying that the Branch Davidians were a relatively benign, peaceful group. So I think there are groups out there that are benign Cults and the Waco David Ian's Under the leadership of Victor. How'd of the founder later his wife and under the leadership of George Rodent senior and later his wife, Lois Rodent for decades, was a peaceful group that did not hurt anyone. Having said that around 1988. I was contacted by a family in Rochester, New York, and her son who was a graduate of Cornell and his girlfriend, who was a graduate of Brown. Had become involved in a rival David Ian sect, not the one led by David Karesh. But another one There are more than one David E. In sex. On. I did an intervention successfully to bring this young man out of the division group. He was him and his girlfriend and subsequently and through the process of dealing with this intervention. I became aware off a very different kind of group much more extreme than the division group. He was in which Where the Waco David Ian's under David Creche in Texas. Keep listening. You.

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"david ian" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"david ian" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The years, his cult busting has led to kidnapping charges, armed standoffs and even death threats. From wondering. I'm Matt Stroud. This is a special bonus episode of Guru this episode eight Cluster Rick Ross is the founder and executive director of the Cult Education Institute and the author of the book Cults Inside Out, Rick, Thanks so much for being with us today. Thanks that it's nice to join you. So, Rick, you've been called a cult buster, but your actual title is culti programmer. Can you explain what that means? So what a de programmer does basically is cooperating with the family. I do interventions to help people leave groups. A TTE the family's request. What eventually led you to take an interest in cults and do this kind of work? Well, now you're going way back to 1982. I was 30. My grandmother was 82. She lived in a Jewish nursing home in Phoenix. And this weird group infiltrated the paid professional staff of the nursing home, and they were targeting the elderly and in specific elderly Jews. And my grandmother was accosted by one of these people, and I came to realize that they were working the nursing home literally. Did you see them as being dangerous? Is that the reason why you took an interest? I found that they were very focused on they received gifts from elderly people, as I researched them and might take on them was that they were anti somatic. On that they they really said very disparaging, horrible things about Jewish people and the idea that this group would covertly come into a Jewish nursing home to basically harass elderly residents there. I thought that was a very unethical, underhanded thing. I think initially I was just Plain pissed off. My grandmother had left Eastern Europe to flee persecution. She came through Ellis Island when she was a teenager and the idea that this woman I could not live in peace or that other people like her that we're in the Jewish nursing home were being harassed. I just thought it was uncalled for. So that caused me to become a community activist organizer. I served on various committees and work with other people from various denominations to kind of coalesce around some basic ethical principles regarding missionary work or proselytizing. Was this in line with your history before then? I mean, you said you were 30 when this happened. Were you doing this kind of work before that? Not at all. I was working for a cousin who owned an auto salvage yard in Phoenix. And I was involved in the auto salvage business rebuilding cars. Really? I was very fascinated with cars, and that was a big part of my life. So this kind of happened serendipitously. It wasn't something that I that I I ever imagined that I would be involved in. It's a huge topic, and I don't want to completely divert the conversation here. But can you can you give us kind of a broad brushed description of what it means to actually d program somewhere? Of course, it's an educational process. It's not therapy. It's not counseling it has to do with sharing information with someone and in specific about What defines a destructive cult on DH, then what type of course of persuasion techniques. Does ah, destructive cult use to gain undue influence over someone. And then what is there about the group that you've become involved in that you may not know that has perhaps been deliberately withheld from you. That you should know to make more informed decision about continuing with this group. And then finally, why is your family so concerned about you? What about your involvement in this group in recent months and in recent years Has caused your family to stage an intervention because they're so worried about you. So you take those four basic blocks on and it becomes a dialogue, a discussion. That will go on for about three or four days, eight hours a day with the family present, possibly also other people that have come in. It could be an ex member of the group in question. It could be a mentor teacher. Ah, Grand parent. Different people that are concerned about the person that's become involved in the group. You used this phrase destructive cults. Can you talk to us a little bit about what a destructive cult is? I would say the nucleus for a definition of a destructive cult relies primarily on a paper written by Robert Jay Lifton called cult formation that was published at Harvard University in the eighties. And I think lift and very succinctly identified. The three pillars of that definition, which are number one on this is the single most salient feature on absolute authoritarian leader. That becomes an object of worship. That leader is the defining element and driving force of the group. And whatever he says is right is right. And whatever he says is wrong is wrong, and he has no meaning meaningful accountability. The second criteria would be that the group uses a process of indoctrination that could be seen as coercive persuasion. Again undue influence over its adherents or over the leaders, followers and then finally, if it's to be seen as a destructive call. The third criteria is that the group does harm 1988 is the first time you had a Zai understand any interaction with the branch Davidians. Can you walk us through how that interaction happened? And sort of what happened in 1988? Let me start off by saying that the Branch Davidians were a relatively benign, peaceful group. So I think there are groups out there that are benign cults and and the Waco David Aeons under the leadership of Victor. How'd of the founder later his wife and under the leadership of George Rodent senior and later his wife, Lois Rodent for decades, was a peaceful group that did not hurt anyone. Having said that around 1988. I was contacted by a family in Rochester, New York, and our son who was a graduate of Cornell and his girlfriend, who was a graduate of Brown had become involved in a rival Davidian sect. Not the one led by David Karesh. But another one There are more than one David Ian. Sex on DH. I did an intervention successfully to bring this young man out of the division group he was in and his girlfriend. And subsequently and through the process of dealing with this intervention. I became aware of a very different kind of group much more extreme than the DVD in group he was in which were the Waco David Aeons under David Creche in Texas. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All.

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"david ian" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"david ian" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Ass tradition if you will. And I am your host. The Reverend Captain Kick ass joining me in the studio tonight. It's Seon and nobody. And we have been talking to a man named Dan and this man named Dan is the vocalist for a heavy metal band called Branch, David Ian out of Massachusetts. I love the name of your band. By the way, it's a great named and you can hear us, right? You're back on the air. During the break there. I was just checking out some of your media. I see that you're on encyclopedia McCallum. You have a band camp age. Which is Branch David Ian, official dot band camp dot com and you also have a Facebook page facebook dot com Forward slash Branch Davidian So those are all pretty cool you had called in and you were talking a bit about how You know, you're not agreeing with the lockdowns and the face diapers Tell us more. For what I was saying Conclusion one When the bath scene comes out. We are getting all the tough guys that had they not over my dead body. You have five months to stop this. And again no one could take a napkin off their face or a muzzle. Whatever it was that called you saying, most of the people who you're saying that most of the people you know down in Massachusetts who will talk a good game about freedom. They're masking up. They're doing what they're told. They're not even amusing. Is a local showdown with the name I called in math, right called people. What it in agreeing with me. It's talk. It's talk talk. Now. He said about I don't agree with the napkin. What I'm saying is that If you agree with it, If you think it's a safety measure, or you're threatened by the Corona virus, that's fine. I don't dispute with you. What? I'm asking you if you believe this is a threat. How long does this go on? I prepared for the fact that your child is gonna wear that thing and they're gonna have to get a bathroom. If you are OK with all this and you think it's wrong? And what if that math has become the symbol off? Humiliation. Show you who's the block you've been conquered. King Charlie down here. We're living in a monarchy right now, and you're doing it If you really believe in communism. In what While you point at the very least. All I'm saying to people is, if you believe that take that mask all that's what you really believe. And I've respected people don't get out of the store. You gotta act like you're free. If you want to be free, right? Like you have to push the boundaries. What was that? Power? Never seeds without a demand, I think is the old power seeds. Nothing without a demand. And Dan, I'm with you on. You know, if you have a medical condition, If you believe the mask is helping you in some way you should be free to voluntarily wear a mask wherever you want to go. The problem that I have is when the people of the goons the thugs, if you will in the organization called government are forcing it upon everybody. Instead of allowing individuals to make their own decisions. That's where I have the problem. It's funny. You say that because as I tell people down here Your first your first hurdle. Before you can even deal with you lead it. Your own people because I've seen situations with people again. And now you may think wrong of e. I don't want to give the wrong impression. I am so many, like me have been sensitive and has shown respect the people. I told you I'm against the Mass ally. Stay away from people. I stay out of the stores. I'm not. He had hurting right. But when you've got places Places of work department stores, warehouses, restaurants, When some cases you've got hundreds of people And you've got one person complaining. Well, guess what? Everyone's putting a mask on. My buddy got told to put one on when he was working in a courtyard in a field by himself. You have to get you got to get past your own people. For us. The problem down here is not a lead. Is our own people. That's obstacle. Number one. I mean leaders, my favorite writers. They're not leaders. They're just people who are not sure about Market state of pounds. She knows he's a state rap. She doesn't know how to return a phone call. That's what I think of her right now. Interrupt. You don't go at it. I mean, my opinion here is that nobody in any political office is there to serve or protect the general public their own. Nobody's there to serve and protect the general public. Thank you. Nobody. You know they're there for their own purposes there. Generally these powers a position attract the worst people in the world. The psychopaths, the sociopath, the people who are in it for themselves on they just want more power for themselves and less for you. You guys Dominic today in the state. Zero. Close populations about to hit seven million people have been dying. Guess what? When you break down those numbers, I don't know the breakdown for today. But when it was in the forties and fifties Sure enough. Everybody, but maybe two or three people were in a nursing home. It was all nursing home. Fragile elderly people noticed, respected and you're talking to or three people die in a day and God, you just want a quick and only given me a lot. Appreciate it. I have no ill will toward anybody. Any leaders or anyone like that. I don't advocate. You know, A lot of people are angry now because there are protests going on that. Violence and property damage. I don't advocate any of that. I'm a peaceful person. I'm just saying, if you think that the communist takeover in take that mask off, that's all day. An excellent point. And Dan thank you for the call today. If you want to find out more about Dan and his band, you confined him at facebook dot com. Forward slash Branch Davidian you check out his death metal music there..

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"david ian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"david ian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thank you we don't know if Tom Brady's going to return to the patriots it's probably going to be a long wait before we find out but is offense of coordinator is expected back in Foxborough Josh McDaniels he only interviewed for one head coaching vacancy in Cleveland but the Browns elected the higher now former Vikings OC Kevin semansky Mabel see an opening in Houston now though because the Texans just had in a stork meltdown in the divisional round bill o'brien's bunch jumped out to a twenty four nothing lead in Kansas city and then became the first team to lead a game by twenty and lose by twenty it was a fifty one thirty one final she is the host the Titans in the AFC title game while the NFC will feature the Niners and Packers after green bay's twenty eight twenty three home survival of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement late in the season to rejoin his old team and doesn't know what he'll do next but he did offers some young players advice I tell ya right now why y'all in it take care of your body so when you are done go ahead and take care you also take care of our bodies take care and god shaking daycare checking that Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's newsradio good advice five forty three traffic and weather together at the Subaru retailers off doing going all wheel drive traffic on the three years David Ian spot south of the city this report sponsored by dell lower in the ninety three north bound slams on the brakes and not even a half mile after route twenty eight in Randolph Jammin cram from there on on the expressway northbound towards that upon to river from there it's a heavy ball the impasse Columbia road route three north bound to crashes come and gone after route two twenty eight in Rocklin slow getting by that beyond that tied up from Union Street onto the expressway twenty four north is seeing some brake light spilling in through Brockton but not bad less than a five minute delay ninety five north bound bunching up for the last two.

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"To be mailed from a bus company in Dublin. Ireland Irish police now also helping tonight counter-terrorism warning people here, Waterloo and elsewhere to be alert to further suspicious devices. Meanwhile, the hunt goes on to who Mel these packages. Most importantly, why David Ian panel with us tonight. Ian, thank you. And of course, we are just back from Alabama this evening, we have new reporting here after that horrific tornado that hit Beauregard, Alabama was an e four wins one hundred seventy miles an hour as we reported last night Twenty-three people killed there, including seven members of one family and tonight here we have just learned that that tornado was on the ground for a full hour and sixteen minutes. ABC's? Stevenson, Saami is still on the scene. The sheriff of Lee county, Alabama. Says they're still looking tonight for more than half a dozen people who they hope or with friends or family. What's left of this home belongs to a state trooper who is hospitalized? And at one point was in the ICU. You can see it from the sky all of the people who were killed here. All Twenty-three came from this community and a one square mile area of heartache and destruction. That's a big tornado the deadly tornado that tore the heart out of Alabama was on the ground for more than sixty eight miles and made Carol deana widow our son founding. He was done known before we got to the funeral for ten year old Taylor Thornton is now Friday, her family gave us these photos and asked us to share that she was a godly child. She was visiting her best friend in the world. When the storm came through the only survivor at the home was her friend who still hospitalized tonight pastor rusty Sowell's, the chaplain who helped break the news to each of the families, tears filled his eyes when he looked around his church to show us the help that's coming in. But you look around. And so young. And what I see is hope hope for another generation.

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"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"david ian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"You're about to see the suicide bomber pacing in front of the hotel just moments before he detonated, his suicide bomb ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel is in Nairobi for us. A man standing outside and ruby hotel restaurant a worker walking past him. And then he detonates a suicide vest the blast too. Graphic to show this surveillance footage revealing how fast enormous afternoon, I he turned to horror. This as we learn more about Jason Spindler, the forty year old American who lost his life in the nine thousand nine hundred each that claimed at least twenty one lives Spindler lived in Nairobi for the past several years doing humanitarian work his office across the street from the hotel complex stormed. Bentley five terrorists who detonated multiple explosives people going in shooting innocent bystanders, Al Qaeda, affiliated Al Shabaab claiming credit for the attack that killed Spindler. Who was a survivor of nine eleven his parents are heartbroken think he's amazing. He's my little baby. And Ian panel reporting tonight from Nairobi he's outside that hotel any and I know Kenyan officials are going to bring Justice to the remaining perpetrators. But you're also learning at this horrific tragedy could have been even worse. Yeah. That's right. David Kenya has had to learn from past terror attacks, a miracuously seven hundred people were brought into the building behind me, but a tragedy, nevertheless, an al-shabaab is threatening more attacks as the US doubles down on it strikes against the militants in neighboring Somalia. David, Ian panel tonight. Thank you backyard home. Now, the major settlement tonight after the call to police for help over worries a seventeen year old could be suicidal. When police arrived the manage shot as he backs up into family minivan police firing more than a dozen times. Here's GIO Benitez the moment captured on police dash Cam last January in overland park, Kansas. You can see police in the driveway of seventeen year old John alberson's home responding to a report that the teenager was threatening suicide on face. On her health and drinking heavily in saw this on FaceTime. The also told the RPI that he was going to stab himself and he's done with life. The van seen backing out. When the officer opens five. The van spinning around and backing up toward his house again as the officer fires eleven shops killing a teenage the city had argued the teenager had driven the van at the officer. And that he feared for his life when he fired his weapon tonight. The city of overland park settling a lawsuit with the family for two point three million dollars reportedly making no admission of wrongdoing the family accusing the officer of acting recklessly and deliberately and that Albert's might have been simply backing his mom's minivan out of the family garage tonight. Alberson's mother saying John is forever gone. And there is nothing that can ever excuse such an unreasonable use of force and David his mother says that she can only hope that this will prevent similar tragedies from happening to other families David GIO Benitez. Thank you, Jill. There is still much more head on world news tonight. This Wednesday news tonight about fourth night, the.

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